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Waves of the Danube (Donavas valsis) (Valurile Dunării), waltz
 

 
 
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Base fundForeign recordings 
Donavas valsis
Alfreda Vintera jautra kapella
M 3915
Mirror Transcription: 3315 Reverse side
Additional information: На этикетке указан ошибочный матричный номер
Original matrix: Bellaccord # M 3315
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Bellaccord > Bellaccord (own numbering) 3199 M 3315 3199 Reissue (original matrix)
Reverse Side 3199 M 3316 ––//–– ––//––
Bellaccord > Bellaccord (own numbering) 3199 M 3315 3199 First edition?? Base fund
Title Name: Waves of the Danube
Language(s) or Ethnics: romanian, latvian | Catalog category: Dance Orchestra | Genre (Music Category): Waltz
Artist(s): Cappella of Alfred Winter
Composer: Iosif (Ion) Ivanovich
Lyrics By:
Accompaniment Type: Orchestra
Bandmaster or conductor: Alfred Winter
Recording Place: Riga | Recording Date: 1934
Transfer speed: 78 RPM
Record size: 25 cm | Label size: 80 mm
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File size: 146.1 KB | 1300x1310 px
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Added by: Zonofon | 22.06.2019 19:27 | Last updated by:  Andy60 | 24.06.2019 11:49
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Konezni
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This seems to be "Donau Wellen Walzer" by Iosif Ivanovici .
  23.06.2019 00:12
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Andy60
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Konezni wrote:
This seems to be "Donau Wellen Walzer" by Iosif Ivanovici .

Спасибо, добавил.
  24.06.2019 17:45
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mgj
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Похоже, правильное немецкое написание должно быть слитным: Donauwellen. А слово "Walzer" -- не часть названия в строгом смысле. Вот примеры немецких нотных изданий:



Это преобладающий вариант, хотя встречаются и другие:

  25.06.2019 01:53
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Konezni
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Ivanovici himself wrote "Donau Wellen Walzer" on the envelope of the sheet music.
See:
http://www.edition-musik-suedost.de/html/banater_juden.html
  26.06.2019 22:05
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mgj
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Konezni wrote:
Ivanovici himself wrote "Donau Wellen Walzer" on the envelope of the sheet music.
See:
http://www.edition-musik-suedost.de/html/banater_juden.html


Yes, I know this fact. But since 1880, there have been several reforms of German spelling. Also, German probably was not Ivanovici’s first language. So, the question is: in standard modern German language, what is the correct form of this waltz’s title?
  27.06.2019 00:53
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Konezni
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I would always suggest the author’s own versions/spellings, but why not mention both?
Concerning Ivanovici’s mother language: As he was jewish, his family would most propably have spoken jiddish, which is a German dialect.
  27.06.2019 21:21
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Asher
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There is no evidence that the Ivanovici family was Jewish. This family was of Serbian origin. The current heirs of the composer Ion Ivanovici (with some I was personally acquainted) do not identify themselves with the Jewish people.
  17.07.2019 19:57
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Konezni
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So I wonder why he’s mentioned in http://www.edition-musik-suedost.de/html/banater_juden.html, a website dedicated to Banat jews...
  19.07.2019 21:54
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mgj
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Konezni wrote:
So I wonder why he’s mentioned in http://www.edition-musik-suedost.de/html/banater_juden.html, a website dedicated to Banat jews...

Just because the Donauwellenwalzer was dedicated to Sarah Fried from the city of Lugoj (germ. Lugosch) -- and the text says alot about jewish community of this city.
  22.07.2019 02:37
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Konezni
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Ah, I misunderstood by not reading the whole article.
  30.07.2019 00:10
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