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Records with such label were manufactured in 1916 by the Aprelevkas factory of RAOG company under a special order of the Skobelevskij Committee of Aid to Wounded and Sick Soldiers. They used existing matrixes of Metropol Record company that built and owned the factory before WWI.
 
 
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488
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russianmezzo-soprano with piano
There died a poor fellow ( ), song (lyrics by K. R. (alias of Grand duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K. R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Nadezhda Plevitskaya, acc. Aleksandr Zarema (piano)12-1909
Moscow
Russian Peoples Gramophone, Beka-Record45652
488
(15069)
russianmezzo-soprano with piano
The lot of a poor man ( ), song (Aleksandr Zarema)
Nadezhda Plevitskaya, acc. Aleksandr Zarema (piano)12-1909
Moscow
Russian Peoples Gramophone, Beka-Record45653
526
(2631)
russiantenor with orchestra
Strophes ("O, sadness and longing") ( (", ")) (opera Nero, act 2) (Anton Rubinstein, lyrics by Jules Barbier)
Pyotr Slovtsov, acc. orchestraMoscowRussian Peoples Gramophone, Metropol-Record2631
526
(2636)
russiantenor with orchestra
Farewell to the Swan ( ) (opera Lohengrin) (Wilhelm Richard Wagner, based on: : poem Tannhäuser und der Sängerkrieg auf Wartburg)
Pyotr I. Slovtsov, acc. orchestraMoscowRussian Peoples Gramophone, Metropol-Record2636
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