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The Australian Record Company (A. R. C.) was a Sydney based recording company that existed as an independent entity from September 1938 to 1960 (in October 1953, it was transformed from a privately held (proprietary) company (Pty. Ltd.) into a public one), then acquired by CBS, which, in turn, was acquired by Sony in 1991. The name Australian Record Company was in use until October 16, 1977.

The company had several own labels and also produced records for several small independent companies under their labels, such as, for example, Olympia / Cosmopolitan and Carinia (the initial releases with catalog numbers PM-101 ... PM-114; later the same records were pressed by EMI Australia). ARC-made masters were typically marked MX-nnnnn.

Further reading:
* https://www.discogs.com/label/680049-Australian-Record-Company-Pty-Ltd
* https://www.discogs.com/label/106824-Australian-Record-Company-Limited
* https://www.discogs.com/label/157083-CBS-Records-Australia-Limited
* https://www.discogs.com/label/182969-Sony-Music-Australia-Limited
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CBS_Records_International

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Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)▲
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
Label(s)Order No
[xRef Nos]
Files

(MX49432)
polishmen's choir
Mothers hands (Matczyne ręce), song (Adam Kowalski)
Wesoła czwórka lotników, Conductor Jan Wojewódka~1950
Chicago (?)
Carinia (red)PM-103
(M-101-A)

(MX49449)
polish
Play, little fiddler (Graj, skrzypku), tango (Wladyslaw Lidauer, lyrics by Stanislaw Zdrojewski)
Weronika Polubinska~1953
Chicago (?)
Carinia (red)PM-103
(M-119-B)

(MX52319)
ukrainianbass with orchestra
Beneath the Cherry Tree (, i i ), folk song (arr. Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk))
Petro Moskani, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)1953
Sydney (?)
OlympiaU001
(MX52319)

(MX52320)
ukrainianbass with orchestra
Should I but play my Bandore ( ), folk song (arr. Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk))
Petro Moskani, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)1953
Sydney (?)
OlympiaU002
(MX52320)

(MX52321)
ukrainianbass with orchestra
Cossack was going to war ( ), folk song (arr. Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk))
Petro Moskani, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)1953
Sydney (?)
OlympiaU002
(MX52321)

(MX52322)
ukrainianorchestra
Ukrainian polka ( ), folk dance (arr. Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk))
A. Mirosznyk Orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)1953
Sydney (?)
OlympiaU001
(MX52322)

(MX54570)
ukrainianorchestra wuth piano and accordion
Autumn (i), tango (arr. Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk))
A. Mirosznyk Orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk), Solo by Charles Camilleri (piano, accordion)1953
Sydney (?)
OlympiaU004
(MX54570)

(MX54573)
ukrainianorchestra wuth piano and accordion
Kozachok (), folk dance (arr. Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk))
A. Mirosznyk Orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk), Solo by Charles Camilleri (piano, accordion)1953
Sydney (?)
OlympiaU004
(MX54573)

(MX56456)
ukrainianbass with orchestra
Dnieper wide sighs and roars ( ), folk song (Danylo Kryzhanivsky (Daniil Kryzhanovsky), lyrics by Taras Shevchenko)
Yakiv Rudiuk, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)~1953
Sydney (?)
Cosmopolitan IU005
(MX56456)

(MX56457)
ukrainiansoprano with orchestra
Song of Natalka ("Why water is turbid?") (i (" ")) (opera Natalka from Poltava) (Mykola (Nikolay) Lysenko, lyrics by Ivan Kotliarevsky (Kotlyarevsky))
Zina Moroz-Kotko, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)~1953
Sydney (?)
Cosmopolitan IU005
(MX56457)

(MX63882)
ukrainianbaritone with orchestra
Blow forth, o wind, to my Ukraine! (, , ), folk song (lyrics by Stepan Rudansky)
Wolodymyr Rychtowski, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)~1954
Sydney (?)
Cosmopolitan IU024
(MX63882)

(MX63883)
ukrainianbaritone with orchestra
O, how you perished, my fatherland ( (" , ?")), folk song (Yakiv (Yakov) Stepovy (real name: Yakiv Yakymenko/Akymenko or Yakov Yakimenko/Akimenko), lyrics by M. Havrylko)
Wolodymyr Rychtowski, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)~1954
Sydney (?)
Cosmopolitan IU024
(MX63883)

(MX66136)
russianbaritone with orchestra
I love you ( (" ")), tango (Yefim Rosenfeld, lyrics by Nikolay Vengersky (Myznikov))
Wolodymyr Rychtowski, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)~1954
Sydney (?)
Cosmopolitan IR027
(MX66136)

(MX66137)
russianbaritone with orchestra
Sailors song ( ), neapolitan song (Riccardo Barthélemy (Richard Barthelemy), lyrics by Mikhail Ulitsky)
Wolodymyr Rychtowski, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)~1954
Sydney (?)
Cosmopolitan IR027
(MX66137)

(MX69452)
russiansoprano with orchestra
Yalta (), tango (?)
Helene Lisowa, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)~1954
Sydney (?)
Cosmopolitan IR015
(MX69452)

(MX69454)
russian, polishsoprano with orchestra
Blue kerchief ( ) (Mała błękitna chusteczka), waltz (Jerzy Petersburski, lyrics by Yakov Goldenberg (Ya. Galitsky))
Helene Lisowa, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)~1954
Sydney (?)
Cosmopolitan IR015
(MX69454)

(MX96496)
russiansoprano with orchestra
Gypsy life ( ), gypsy song (Dmitry Pokrass, lyrics by Boris Timofeyev)
Helene Lisowa, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)~1955
Sydney (?)
Cosmopolitan IIR054
(MX96496)

(MX96497)
russiansoprano with orchestra
Dark eyes (Black eyes) ( ), gypsy song (Florian Hermann, lyrics by Yevhen Hrebinka (Yevgeny Grebyonka))
Helene Lisowa, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoli (Anatoly, Anatolij, Anatole) Mirosznyk (Miroshnyk)~1955
Sydney (?)
Cosmopolitan IIR054
(MX96497)
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