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Duplicates fundSoviet recordings 
Эвелин.
Фокстротт,муз. Нико-
лаевского,исп.духовой
оркестр под упр.
Львова-Вельяминова.
№ 0 Х 229
Mirror Transcription: ОХ 229
Original matrix: Muzpred (0x-numbering) # 0x229
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Muzpred (0x-numbering) > Muzpred NKP (0x, "Fabrika Pyatiletiya Oktyabrya" on the top) 0x229 0x229 First edition??
Reverse Side 0x228 0x228
Muzpred (0x-numbering) > Muzpred NKP (0x, "Fabrika pamyati 1905 goda", blue) 0x229 0x229 Base fund
Muzpred (0x-numbering) > Muzpred NKP (0x, "Fabrika Pyatiletiya Oktyabrya" on the top) 0x229 0x229 First edition ? Base fund
Muzpred (0x-numbering) > Muzpred NKP (0x, "Fabrika Pyatiletiya Oktyabrya", blue) 0x229 0x229 Base fund
Title Name: Evelin
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: Brass Band | Genre (Music Category): Foxtrot
Artist(s): Brass Band
Composer: Matvey J. Nikolaevsky
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Bandmaster or conductor: A.K.Lvov-Velyaminov
Recording Place: Moscow | Recording Date: 1925
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Record size: 26 cm | Label size: 87 mm
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Added by: Zonofon | 09.04.2012 20:37 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 02.02.2015 21:32
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Adrian
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Soviet recording
An acoustic Soviet recording, with number prefixed 0x
  29.11.2009 21:55
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Early style.
This shows the effect of ten years of isolation from Western popular music. It's like the music of the First World War before jazz.
  09.03.2010 20:29
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It seems that this tradition lasted even longer in USSR for Soviet brass-bands continued playing (and composers continued writing) music of this style at least up to late 1940s.
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I don't mean the deliberate taste for old styles. I know for instance that the English pre-1914 dance music composer Archibald Joyce was enormously popular into the LP era in the USSR when he was completely forgotten here in Britain. And brass bands in every country play their own repertoire, which often or usually dates back to times when brass bands were most popular.

But this seemed to me a different case. Or are you saying that this style was still recorded in the late 40s even after you had Tsfasman and the other 30s and 40s dance bands doing wonderful things?
  10.03.2010 00:06
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Мисс Эвелин
I see that it was a very popular tune and was composed around that time, 1926.
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Yes, I mean that the repertoire of Soviet brass-bands included not only some old dances, but also modern ones, composed in the same style. The latter were usually composed by march composers and brass-band conductors, e.g. S.Tchernetsky, F.Nikolayevsky, V.Runov, V.Agapkin, N.Ivanov-Radkevich.
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Thank you Versh
I see what you mean.
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Письмо в редакцию
Roman Mints wrote:
Добрый день

на странице
http://www.russian-records.com/details.php?image_id=8294&l=russian

допущена ошибка. Автор этого фокстрота - Матвей Иосифович Николаевский, а не
его брат Федор, несмотря на то, что именно Федор был дирижером военного
оркестра. Ноты этого произведения опубликованного под именем М.И.
Николаевского хранятся как в РГБ, так и в семье наследников.

Спасибо
Roman Mints


Спасибо, Роман!
Я поменял имя автора на "Матвей Иосифович Николаевский"
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