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Aeolian (French) (2)
Aeolian
Ballada (6)
Bettini (discs) (3)
"", , . : 4 (Edgaro Zerni) 1900 ( " , " - , "" - , "" - , " " - ) * * (Mlle ROGINSKY) - 826-830 - 1904.... [more]
Éditions de lOiseau-Lyre (2)
Information about Éditions de lOiseau-Lyre
Éditions Sociales Internationales (2)
Éditions Sociales Internationales
Disque Polyglotte (2)
Ducretet-Thomson (5)
EGD (Stephan_Danilewsky) (2)
Elesdisc (10)
Owner : Leon Speiser, record seller since creation of a bookshop by his father Wolf Speiser (from Odessa) around 1900 at the 34, rue des Rosiers in Paris. Created label around 1950 and runned it until his death in 1978. Sarah Gorby made many Russian and Roumanian records for the label, and he re-issued Aprelevsky Zavod Jewish recordings (piratic ?). Catalog numbers are always LS-XX. Also Vladimir Slastcheff made Russian records for Elesdisc, and The Gypsy Toscano (Le Tzygane Toscano, or "Toscano et ses tzyganes) ... [more]
Idéal (15)
We are working on article about this label...
Nirona (2)
Le Chant du Monde (4)
Les disques du Bon Marché (2)
Les disques du Bon Marché is probably the label of the Paris department store Le Bon Marché. Not related to Australian records also labeled Bon Marché (they are British and U.S. made for Australian department stores chain of the same name).
Lotaphone (4)
M. Spr. WOJSK. (1)
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WYDZIAŁ PROPAGANDY I OŚWIATY
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MINISTRY OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
DEPARTMENT OF PROPAGANDA AND EDUCATION
PARIS
Melodisc (2)
Melodisc Records Ltd. was making reissues of French records "Elesdiscs" keeping the same catalog numbers.
Pathé Record (1129)
Pathé was founded by brothers Charles & Émile Pathé, who were owners of a successful bistro in Paris. About 1890 they saw an Edison phonograph demonstrated at a fair and, captivated by the device, arranged to lease one as an attraction at their bistro. The early phonograph soon brought so many curious people to the Pathé establishment that lines formed to listen to it. Some even asked about purchasing phonographs for themselves. The brothers decided that, rather than give more business to Edison,... [more]
Polydor (French) (11)
Perfectaphone (2)
Salabert (5)
Saturne (2)
Ultraphone (4)
Vistula (2)
 
 
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