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Milasha from Moldavia (Милаша-молдаванка), dance
 

 
 
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Base fundPre-Revolutionary recordings 
Милаша-Молдаванка,
(Суббота).
Окестръ "Зонофонъ"
Х-60896

Из коллекции Николая Беляева (Петербург)
Mirror Transcription: Х 60896 А : 0 12028 е
Record Mini-Discography: Zonophone (Gramophone, semicircular inscription) > Milasha from Moldavia (Милаша-молдаванка), dance
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Zonophone > Zonophone (Gramophone, semicircular inscription) X-60896 12028e Reissue (original matrix)
Reverse Side X-60895 12027e
Muzpred (reissues) > Muzpred NKP (reissues, "Fabrika Pyatiletiya Oktyabrya", blue) 60896 12028e Reissue (original matrix) Base fund
Title Name: Milasha from Moldavia
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: Brass Band | Genre (Music Category): Dance
Artist(s): Black Diamonds Zonophone Orchestra
Composer: Subbota (?)
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Recording Place: London | Recording Date: 25-07-1910
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Record size: 25 cm
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Label file size: 424.0 KB | 889x921 px | Size of file MP3: 6.0 MB | 2:58 | 283 kbps x 44.1 kHz
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Added by: Belyaev | 16.08.2020 09:53 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 16.08.2020 17:29
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zvi gilad (grimi)
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Comments: 3
Join Date: 10.05.2013
On 1932 Herman Yablokof introduceg on an American radio station,
a 'new' Yiddish song, called Papirossen. The song was, and still is, a big success and was translated to many languages, infcuding Russian.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYf0t1Avok0

Yablokof said nothing about the origin of the song and until now it is attributed to him, lyrics and music.
Actually, he translated a song written in KIev on the early 20th.
The song, in the Russian language, is about a poor Jewish boy, trying to sell cigarettes on a rainy night The music was taken from this record - Milasha Moldovanka.
  11.05.2013 20:15
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