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Label Odeon was created under the aegis of the International Talking Machine Company, located on 24 Lehderstrasse, Berlin. It was founded in 1903 by Max Strauss and Heinrich Zunz with financial support from Frederick M. Prescott, who just quit the job of the head of European Zon-O-Phone branch. It was named after a famous theatre in Paris, whose classical dome is represented on the Odeon record label. The company has quickly drawn general attention by its double-sided phonograph records at a time when other companies made exclusively single-sided records, that was the industry norm. Odeon records also had very high sound quality that was greatly appreciated by the public.

The important role in becoming Odeon a major international company played Carl Lindström who entered the picture after International purchased his small manufacturing plant. It is curious, that Lindström's genius lay in invention and production, while according to Max Stauss he was unmusical and hard of hearing. In July 1911, Carl Lindström acquired controlling interest in the International Talking Machine Company and began to expand the company aggressively, acquiring many smaller European labels in the process.

Odeon repeatedly made attempts to get on Russian market. In the beginning of 1910 Odeon sent to St.-Petersburg the most experienced Italian engineer Patetti who recorded well-known opera singer L.J.Lipkovska, actor K.A.Varlamov and operetta prima donna V.M.Shuvalova. In the following 1911 the comapy expanded its repertoir, and made much more recordings of N.A.Shevelev, A.I.Dobrovolskaya, M.I.Vavich, and etc. Later had been recorded A.M.Davydov, O.I.Kamionsky, M.V.Bocharov. However, Odeon did not play significant role in the history of Russian recording.
 
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TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
Label(s)Order No
[xRef Nos]
Files
32067
(2067)
3c
FrenchSymphony Orchestra
The Benediction of the Poignards (Conjuration et Bénédiction des poignards), symphony piece (Opera Les Huguenots) (Giacomo Meyerbeer)
Band of His Majesty Irish Guards, Conductor C.H. HasselOdeon-Record
3806
(3806-5)
RussianOrchestra
God Save the Tsar! (, !), anthem (Alexei F. Lvov, lyrics by Vasily Zhukovsky)
French Republic Guard's Orchestra1904
Paris
Odeon-Record
RussianOrchestra
God Save the Tsar! (, !), anthem (Alexei F. Lvov)
10606a
(10606 A)
GermanOrchestra
Puppchen, you will conquer the whole world (Puppchen, du wirst die ganze Welt erobern) (Operetta Puppchen) (Jean Gilbert (Max Winterfeld))
Orchestra "Odeon"?
Berlin
Odeon-Record
10606b
(10606 B)
GermanOrchestra
March (Marsch) (Operetta Puppchen) (Jean Gilbert (Max Winterfeld))
Orchestra "Odeon"?
Berlin
Odeon-Record
18201
(18201a)
RussianInstrumental Quartet
Do not tempt me ( ), romance (Glinka)
String Quartet "St.George", Conductor A.DashkevichOdeon-Record
18201
(18201b)
RussianInstrumental Quartet
Doubt (Be still, my fears) ( ( )), chamber piece (Mikhail Glinka)
String Quartet "St.George", Conductor A.DashkevichOdeon-Record
20612
(20612 A)
German, RussianSymphony Orchestra
Hungarian Rhapsody 2 (beginning) ( 2 ()), symphony piece (Ferenc Liszt)
[ru] ""Odeon-Record20612
20612
(20612 B)
German, RussianSymphony Orchestra
Hungarian Rhapsody 2 (continuation) ( 2 - ()), symphony piece (Ferenc Liszt)
"Odeon" OrchestraOdeon-Record20612
15120
(79001)
RussianMezzo-soprano with piano
The little birch splinter ( ), folk song
Nadezhda Plevitskaya, acc. piano24-04-1928
Berlin
Odeon-Record, Parlophon15120
B. 23001-I
(79001)
O 253367 a
(79009)
RussianTenor with Piano
Pani Irena ( ), song (Alexander Vertinsky)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. A.Bloch (grand piano)1930
Germany
Odeon-Record, ParlophonO 253367
B. 23006-I
(79009)
O 253367 b
(79010)
Russian, FrenchTenor with Piano
Sophisticated Woman ( ) (La Femme Raffinée), song (Alexander Vertinsky)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. A.Bloch (grand piano)1930
Germany
Odeon-Record, ParlophonO 253367
B. 23006-II
(79010)
279.247
(79137)
RussianTenor with Piano
In our room ( ), song (Alexander Vertinsky)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. pianoGermanyOdeon-Record, Parlophon279.247
B. 23083-I
(79137)
279.247
(79138)
RussianTenor with Piano
The Sailors (), song (Alexander Vertinsky, lyrics by Boris Daev)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. pianoGermanyOdeon-Record, Parlophon279.247
B. 23080-I
(79138)
A 207560 a
(79138)
RussianTenor with Piano
The Sailors (), song (Alexander Vertinsky, lyrics by Boris Daev)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. pianoGermanyOdeon-Record, ParlophonA 207560
B. 23080-I
(79138)
O. 253383 a.
(79138)
RussianTenor with Piano
The Sailors (), song (Alexander Vertinsky, lyrics by Boris Daev)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. pianoGermanyOdeon-Record, ParlophonO. 253383
B. 23080-I
(79138)
O. 253384 a.
(79139)
RussianTenor with Piano
Black dwarf ), song (Alexander Vertinsky, lyrics by Nadezhda Teffi (Nadezhda Lokhvitskaya))
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. pianoGermanyOdeon-Record, ParlophonO. 253384
B. 23082-I
(79139)
 207563 b
(79140)
RussianTenor with Piano
Classic roses ( ), song (Alexander Vertinsky, lyrics by Igor Severyanin (Igor V. Lotarev))
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. grand piano1930...1931
Germany
Odeon-Record, ParlophonA 207563
B. 23083-II
(79140)
A 207561 a
(79141)
RussianTenor with Piano
Grey-eyed Girl (), romance (lyrics by Alexander Vertinsky)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. piano1931
Germany
Odeon-Record, ParlophonA 207561
B. 23081-I
(79141)
O. 253384 b.
(79142)
RussianTenor with Piano
Tin Heart ( ), romance (lyrics by Alexander Vertinsky)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. Alexander Bloch (grand piano)12-10-1932
Berlin
Odeon-Record, ParlophonO. 253384
B. 23082-II
(79142)
 
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