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Messages of the Imperial Orthodox Palestine Society (Сообщения Императорского Православного Палестинского общества) (Golovko)
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Jazz band in the hotel "Europe" Lenningrad, 1936 (Джаз-оркестр в гостиннице "Европейская", Ленинград, 1936), бlues (Alex Allen)
Jazz band in the hotel ...
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Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
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Files
Beka-Record
45064
RussianDuet with Chorus
On Saturday it’s foul weather (Во субботу день ненастный), folk song
OrlovsBeka-Grand-Plastinka (blue)
Local production of the 1950s
25681
Russian, Czechsoprano and orchestra
Red rosette (Красная розочка) (Červená růžička), song (Bohuslav Sedlacek)
Helena Loubalova, acc. orchestra of the Moscow variety theatre, Conductor Nikolai Minkh1955
Moscow
Odessa - Primorsky Rajpromkombinat
MusTrust (electric process)
91
AmericanTenor with Jazz Orchestra
I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream, foxtrot (Howard Johnson, Billy Moll, Robert King)
acc. jazz orchestraMusTrust (el, blank)
RAOG=Russian Stockholders Company of Grammophone
9387
Russian
Our life is only then full (Наша жизнь тогда полна), romance (Sergey Alyakrinsky)
Russian folk chourus, Conductor A. N. Kasatkin, Solo by S. G. SibiryakMoscowRAOG (golden harp)8027
Syrena Record
9509
Russian
On Saturday it’s foul weather (Во субботу день ненастный), folk song
Ivan Bobrov, acc. concertina~03-1910...05-1910
Moscow
Сирена Грандъ Рекордъ
Zwukopis
4016
RussianTenor-baritone with accordions
Once under an apple tree (ditties of Kaluga region) (Как под яблонькой (частушки Калужской губ.)), russian ditties
Ivan Bobrov, acc. accordionsSt. PetersburgZwukopis (round-shape)
 
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