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The three horse sleigh (The coachman) (Вот мчится тройка почтовая), folk song
 

 
 
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Auf glattem Wolgaeise
Volkslied
(russisch gesungen)

Michail Gitowsky, Bass
mit Orchesterbegleitung
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Additional information: Mech. Copyright Berlin 1929
Original matrix: Homokord # T.C. 1323
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Homokord > Homocord 4-3142 T.C. 1323
Reverse Side 4-3142 T.C. 1322
Pre-revolutionary > Homokord 4-3142 T.C. 1323 Original matrix Gold fund
Title Name: The three horse sleigh (The coachman)
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: Bass with Orchestra | Genre (Music Category): Folk song
Artist(s): Mikhail Zhitkovsky
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Recording Place: Berlin | Recording Date: 1929
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Record size: 25 cm
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File size: 214.0 KB | 956x956 px
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Added by: max | 22.08.2009 16:12 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 29.11.2013 18:16
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Andrei
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Здесь записаны "Коробейники", а не "Тройка почтовая".
  01.12.2013 03:29
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Zonofon
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Join Date: 03.01.2012
А на обороте - Тройка почтовая.
Надо бы поменять названия местами. А, может, звук не так "прикрепили" ?
  03.12.2013 13:09
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bernikov
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Спасибо, исправил!
  03.12.2013 23:19
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