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Theres a Girl in Havanna (Anna und Johanna), dance (Show The Never Homes)
 

 
 
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Gold fundPre-Revolutionary recordings 
I
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cp.
PALAIS de DANSE
3146

From the collection of Jurek Gogacz, Warsaw
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Original matrix: Syrena Record # 3146
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Syrena Record > (pink) 3146 3146 Original matrix
Reverse Side 3161 3161
Syrena Record >  3146 3146 Original matrix Gold fund
Title Name: Theres a Girl in Havanna
Language(s) or Ethnics: english, german | Catalog category: dance music | Genre (Music Category): Dance
Artist(s): "Palais de dance" String Orchestra
Composer, Larger Composition Name: E. Ray Goetz & A. Baldwin Sloane: Show The Never Homes
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Recording Place: Berlin | Recording Date: ~1912
Transfer speed: 78 RPM
Record size: 25 cm
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File size: 540.9 KB | 1413x1497 px
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Added by: Jurek | 01.06.2018 14:00 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 03.06.2018 04:03
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Konezni
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Join Date: 24.03.2012
Its "Theres a Girl in Havanna" (music by E. Ray Goetz & A. Baldwin Sloane, from the show "The Never Homes"), "Anna und Johanna" being its German title. I dont know from which company the record was pirated (perhaps Gramo 14995 L), as the Orchester des "Palais de Danse" recorded for several labels in Berlin. After the 1911 New York premiere "Theres a Girl in Havanna" became popular in Europe the next year, so I suppose a recording date of 1912.
  15.06.2016 11:45
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bernikov
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Konezni wrote:
Its "Theres a Girl in Havanna" (music by E. Ray Goetz & A. Baldwin Sloane, from the show "The Never Homes"), "Anna und Johanna" being its German title. I dont know from which company the record was pirated (perhaps Gramo 14995 L), as the Orchester des "Palais de Danse" recorded for several labels in Berlin. After the 1911 New York premiere "Theres a Girl in Havanna" became popular in Europe the next year, so I suppose a recording date of 1912.

Thank you!
  16.06.2016 03:55
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