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Base fundSoviet recordings 

Music by Dm. Pokrass
& Kanevsky
Sung by Utesov
Stinson Trading Co.
Distributors N.Y.C.

From the collection of Jurek Gogacz, Warsaw
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Original matrix: Gramplasttrest and successors # 5534
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Stinson Records > Stinson (black with a man) 5534-A 5534-A 5534 Copied or re-recorded matrix
Reverse Side 5534-B 5534-B // //
Soviet records > Gramplasttrest and successors 5534 5534  061Original matrix
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Title Name: Cossack Song
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: Baritone with Jazz Orchestra | Genre (Music Category): Song
Artist(s): Leonid Utyosov
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Dmitry and Daniil Pokrass: Film Working People' Sons | Arranger: Yury Kapetsky
Lyrics By: Alexey Surkov
Accompaniment Type: Jazz Orchestra
Bandmaster or conductor: Leonid Utyosov
Recording Place: Moscow | Recording Date: 17-08-1937
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Record size: 25 cm | Label size: 76 mm
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File size: 945.2 KB | 1944x1943 px
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Added by: Jurek | 07.08.2018 21:05 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 08.08.2018 04:35
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more uses of this misic
This melody got its fame after Hirsch Glick wrote to it Jewish Partisans Song (Yiddish, Vilnyus ghetto, 1943). His song was translated into many languages. (Even Paul Robeson performed it in his Moscow concert). After the war, learning about Hirschs song, Dmitry Pokrass confessed that his melody was based on the Yiddish song Oifn Pripechok.
Another use of this melody was made by Georgiy Dveynikov, Alexandr Xodozhnikov and Sergey Tsenin. They used this melody, together with Stenka Razin and Shiroka Strana Moya Rodnaya, for their song, praising yhe Pappanins expedition to the Pole.
  08.08.2018 08:08
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