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Gold fundForeign recordings 
M.-Nr. 374
Die Wolgaschlepper
Russisches Volkslied
Zwettnoffs russischer Chor
Best.-Nr. 617
Mirror Transcription: 374
Original matrix: Tri-Ergon # 02295-m1
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Swiss > Cimaphon 617 374 617 Reissue (original matrix)
Reverse Side 617 373 //
German > Tri-Ergon TE.5516 02295 m1 TE.5516 First edition??
German > Brillant-Special 23 12295 23 Reissue (original matrix) Bronze fund
German > Brillant-Special 23 12295 23 Reissue (original matrix) Gold fund
Swiss > Elite Record 1175 374 1175 Reissue (copied or re-recorded matrix). Made in Switzerland Gold fund
German > Tri-Ergon TE.5516 02295 m1 TE.5516 First edition?? Gold fund
Title Name: The Volga Boatmen
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: Male Choir with Balalaika Orchestra | Genre (Music Category): Folk song
Artist(s): Tsvetnov's Russian Choir "Arlekin"
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Accompaniment Type: Balalaika Orchestra
Bandmaster or conductor: Tsvetnov
Recording Place: Berlin | Recording Date: ~02-1929
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Record size: 25 cm
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File size: 387.6 KB | 1327x1327 px
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Added by: Lotz | 01.10.2011 09:10 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 25.03.2012 23:50
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it's Chor des russischen Künstler-Theaters "Zwetnoffs Arlekin" on Tri-Ergon matrix 2295, recorded early 1929 in Berlin.
  18.10.2013 11:47
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