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Base fundPre-Revolutionary recordings 
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12428

[Romanized:]
Ukrainskii Kozachek
isp. Ukrainskii Orkestr
pod upr. Lebedenko
12428

Mayrent Collection of Yiddish Recordings, Mills Library, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Mirror Transcription: X-12428 Reverse side
Additional information: The label identifies the director/bandleader as one Lebedenko, but the aural evidence clearly identifies this as a recording by the same four-piece instrumental group which recorded more than forty pieces for Syrena as the Romanian Orchestra under the direction of V. Belf, a Jewish music ensemble consisting of clarinet, two violins and piano.

The disc was transferred (by personnel at the collection which houses it) at a turntable speed of 75.26rpm. This was determined by digitally measuring the time between repeated clicks caused by defects in the record surface. It has been digitally increased to an effective turntable speed of 82.08rpm (a factor of 1.0905) to sound at the correct pitch and tempo.
Original matrix: Syrena Record # 12428
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Syrena Record > 12428 12428 Original matrix
Reverse Side 12427 12427 //
Syrena Record >  12428 12428 Original matrix Base fund
Title Name: Ukrainian Cossack Dance
Language(s) or Ethnics: ukrainian, yiddish | Catalog category: Orchestra | Genre (Music Category): Folk dance
Artist(s): Romanian Orchestra under the direction of V. Belf
Composer:
Lyrics By:
Accompaniment Type:
Bandmaster or conductor: V. Belf
Recording Place: Warsaw | Recording Date: 1912 | Manufacturing date: 06...07-1912
Transfer speed: 82 RPM | Speed Measurement Method: Digital Tachometer | True speed: 82 RPM
Record size: 25 cm
Additional keywords: klezmer
Label file size: 333.5 KB | 1240x1240 px | Size of file MP3: 4.7 MB | 2:24 | 272 kbps x 44.1 kHz
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Added by: Muziker | 08.03.2021 01:35 | Last updated by:  Muziker | 30.03.2021 11:42
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pavel greenberg (sabatini)
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thank you very much. very interesting
btw
maybe you have a photo of Gregory (Zvi) Zippin and can publish it here?
  12.03.2021 05:34
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Kurt Bjorling (Muziker)
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Replying to 'sabatini':
Sorry - I do not have a photo of Grigory/Grisha/Tzvi Cypin/Tzipyn/Tsippin - however one spells it... (I see his name most often Romanized as "Tsypin", and the original [Polish] spelling as Cypin.) I certainly know who he was, but I dont see what he would have to do with this particular recording?
  12.03.2021 18:11
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pavel greenberg (sabatini)
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Re: Replying to 'sabatini':
Kurt Bjorling wrote:
I certainly know who he was


by according to The National Library of Israel archive record, he was Belfs clarinetist. maybe
  12.03.2021 19:05
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Kurt Bjorling (Muziker)
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"Maybe"?
I would like very much to know exactly what information is in that archive, and what the source for that information is!
I can, nonetheless, declare with all but absolute certainty that Cypin is not the clarinetist in question, and that V. Belf himself (if thats his real name) is the clarinetist of Belfs Romanian Orchestra on Syrena records (and on the one Pishushchy Amur record that is presented on this site).
To provide all the reasons and documentary references for this would require an essay-long entry. I think that would grossly exceed the intended purpose for this comment function. Perhaps one of the site editors will weigh in to give us advice on whether and how to further carry on this discussion.
  13.03.2021 13:37
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pavel greenberg (sabatini)
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you may be shocked, but you are the source. maybe again

anyway, because im not professional musician or musicologist, i just sent you a scan of the only document at my disposal.

zayt mir gezind un shtark!
  16.03.2021 18:01
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