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Song Of The Plains (Полюшко поле)
 

 
 
 

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Base fundSoviet recordings 
Song Of The Plains
(Words, Goussew: Music Knipper - arr. Alexandroff)
In Russian
Choir Of The Red Army Of The U.S.S.R.
Directed by A.V.Alexandroff
Cornet Solo by M.K.Lemechko
Mirror Transcription:   Reverse side
Original matrix: Columbia Record # CL 6335-1
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Columbia Record > Columbia (European) DB1749 CL 6335 DB1749 Reissue (original matrix)
Reverse Side DB1849 CL6338 DB1849 ––//––
Columbia Record > Columbia Masterworks 4204-M CL 6335 Base fund
Columbia Record > Columbia (microphone) C68-1 CL 6335 36265 Reissue (original matrix) Base fund
Columbia Record > Columbia (European) DF 2204 CL 6335 1 First edition?? Base fund
Columbia Record > Columbia (European) DF2204 CL 6335 Reissue (original matrix) Duplicates fund
Columbia Record > Columbia (European) DZ 380 CL 6335 Base fund
Title Name: Song Of The Plains
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian
Artist(s): Choir of The Red Army of The USSR
Composer: Leon Knipper | Arranger: Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov
Lyrics By: V.Gusev
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Bandmaster or conductor: Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov | Solo artist: M.K.Lemechko (cornet)
Recording Place: Paris | Recording Date: 09-1937
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Record size: 25 cm
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File size: 79.7 KB | 586x600 px
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Added by: NPK | 02.11.2015 20:58 | Last updated by:  Andy60 | 28.09.2019 20:07
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