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Waltz () (Operetta Our Miss Gibbs)

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Base fundPre-Revolutionary recordings 
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From the collection of Jerzy Adamski
Mirror Transcription:   Reverse side
Additional information: Recording of 1910 year. This is a piratical issue from the Syrena-Record original.
Original matrix: Syrena Record # 9925
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
New Imperial Record > New Imperial Record #1 9925
Reverse Side 9851 Original matrix
Russian Empire > Syrena Record 9925 9925 Original matrix
Syrena Record >  (type 1) 9925 9925 Base fund
Title Name: Waltz
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Genre (Music Category): Waltz
Artist(s): Orchestra
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Caryll, Monckton: Operetta Our Miss Gibbs
Lyrics By:
Accompaniment Type:
Bandmaster or conductor:
Recording Place: | Recording Date: 09-1910...10-1910
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File size: 117.7 KB | 1088x1090 px
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Added by: Jurek | 06.01.2007 10:18 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 02.11.2021 02:26
Artistic value: 10.00 (1 votes)
ollectable value: 10.00 (1 votes)
Label quality: 10.00 (1 votes)
Author Comment
Yuri Bernikov (bernikov)
I have an idea,
why this record was originally rejected as defective by "Syrena-Record" company. There are two typographical errors in the tune name:

Printed: " ", but should be: " ". The correct tune name can be found here. It is clear, that "Syrena" did not want to let out the records with such typing errors, but it was a pity to destroy them - in fact the recordings themselves were quite good. I will not be surprised, if "Syrena" itself was the initiator of the sales under "New Imperial Record" label, but it is unlikely that reliable information will be ever found out...
  07.01.2007 15:59
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