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a) On the mountain dune I sang b) Three nations are confused (a) Kalnā kāpu es dziedāti b) Trejas tautas sajājušas), song
 

 
 
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Base fundSoviet recordings 
19866
a) Kalnā kāpu es dziedāti
b) Trejas tautas sajājušas
latviešu tautas dziesma M. Gubenes
apdarē
Latvijas Radiokomitejas koklētāju
ansamblis
sieviešu vok. sekstets
G. Ordelovska vadībā

Latvijas Nacionālā bibliotēka
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Record Mini-Discography: Riga Plant > a) On the mountain dune I sang b) Three nations are confused (a) Kalnā kāpu es dziedāti b) Trejas tautas sajājušas), song
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Gramplasttrest and ... > Riga Plant 19867 19867 Reissue (original matrix)
Reverse Side 19866 19866
Title Name: a) On the mountain dune I sang b) Three nations are confused
Language(s) or Ethnics: latvian | Genre (Music Category): Song
Artist(s): Latvian Radio kokletas ensemble and women's vocal sextet led by Gunārs Ordelovskis
Composer: | Arranger: Maria Gubene
Lyrics By:
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Bandmaster or conductor: Gunars Ordelovskis
Recording Place: Riga | Recording Date: 1951
Transfer speed: 78 RPM
Record size: 25 cm | Label size: 80 mm
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Label file size: 220.7 KB | 1050x1080 px | Size of file MP3: 1.0 MB | 1:06 | 128 kbps x 48 kHz
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Added by: Andy60 | 15.11.2020 07:14 | Last updated by:  Andy60 | 16.11.2020 16:08
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