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Evening Stroll (Es ist so schön, am Abend bummeln zu gehn), operetta (Operette Ball im Savoy)
 

 
 
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Gold fundForeign recordings 
106


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From Ilya Shiroky's collection, Moscow
Mirror Transcription: V 106
Additional information: 1934
Record Mini-Discography: Interim GPT Labels > Evening Stroll (Es ist so schön, am Abend bummeln zu gehn), operetta (Operette Ball im Savoy)
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Gramplasttrest and ... > Interim GPT Labels 106 106
Reverse Side 144 144
Gramplasttrest and ... > Gramplasttrest NKTP (diamond, no plant name) 106 106 -310 Copied or re-recorded matrix Gold fund
Title Name: Evening Stroll
Language(s) or Ethnics: austrian | Catalog category: Jazz Orchestra with Refrain | Genre (Music Category): Operetta
Artist(s): Hans Bund and his Orchestra
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Paul Abraham: Operette Ball im Savoy
Lyrics By:
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Bandmaster or conductor: Hans Bund
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Transfer speed: 78 RPM
Record size: 25 cm | Label size: 87 mm
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Label file size: 401.2 KB | 1371x1353 px | Size of file MP3: 2.8 MB | 3:05 | 128 kbps x 44.1 kHz
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Added by: SovSong | 11.04.2010 19:10 | Last updated by:  conservateur | 29.05.2011 18:26
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SovSong
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"Es ist so schön, am Abend bummeln zu geh'n".
  27.04.2010 19:03
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Adrian
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number series
Is this really a MT number, not an early 1934 NKTP series one? There would be no lead-out groove on a 1929 recording and I have never seen on added in later repressings.
  27.04.2010 20:33
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bernikov
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Re: number series
I think it is an early NKTP series number. During some time after transferring MT to NKTP they used "the interim" labels similar by design with KPO ones. This caused the confusion. Now I created new sub-category "Interim labels" in "Gramplasttrest" folder and moved there all those records.
  29.07.2010 02:22
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 Golovko 
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  29.07.2010 05:39
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Adrian
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NKTP
I'm sure it's an NKTP number.

I think that this sort of label came in sleeves with MUZOB'EDINENIE on. Very similar to the KPO sleeves that just preceded them. For years I was puzzled why there were no Muzob'edinenie labels. I can suppy a photo.

What about the very primitive early Gramplast(t)trest labels* that are just black printing on white (probably on the reverse of a MT or KPO label)? We don't have any on the site, and I don't have any to scan.

(*Not the orignal three-digit wartime ones, these are from around 1933.)
  29.07.2010 12:42
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