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Gold fundSoviet recordings 
№ 29002
Ой, видно село
(Галитск. военная песня),
муз. Богуславского, исп. заслуж. арт.
У.С.С.Р Паторжинский, И.С.
с акк. рояля
1487
Mirror Transcription: 1487
Record Mini-Discography: KPO (Mustrust, electric process) > Oi vidno selo (Oh, a Village is Seen), song
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MusTrust (electric ... > KPO (Mustrust, electric process) 1487 1487 29002
Reverse Side 1486 1486 ––//––
Title Name: Oi vidno selo (Oh, a Village is Seen)
Language(s) or Ethnics: ukrainian | Catalog category: Bass with piano | Genre (Music Category): Song
Artist(s): Ivan Patorzhinsky
Composer: Constantin Boguslavsky
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Accompaniment Type: Piano
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Recording Place: Moscow | Recording Date: 1932
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Label file size: 1.4 MB | 1712x1674 px | Size of file MP3: 1.8 MB | 2:18 | 112 kbps x 48 kHz
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Added by: Adrian | 02.05.2010 18:17 | Last updated by:  conservateur | 19.08.2010 13:54
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Сollectable value: 10.00 (2 votes)
Label quality: 10.00 (2 votes)
Audio quality: 10.00 (2 votes)
 
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Versh
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(I'm late but) many thanks...
from a sincere admirer of Patorzhinsky's art.
  31.10.2010 13:21
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Adrian
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Thank you Konstantin
Doesn't he have a great voice in these? His voice seems to have mostly gone by 1934. My 1926 record shows a good voice but the recording has problems.
  31.10.2010 13:36
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I fully agree about these. They're excellent.
Frankly speaking, I had never heard one of his early ('Muzpred', 'Mustrust') recordings before you laid these out (thank you once more).
But I'm not sure about voice spoiling. There are some great later recordings, e.g. 1935 or 1939...
  31.10.2010 22:10
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I will listen again. But I don't think I have ever heard such a vocal sound in any later records.

I didn't quite believe that he made these Muzpreds for a long time. They are (four sides) in a catalogue as acoustic but without the 0x prefix, and he was a little too too young to have recorded before the revolution.
  01.11.2010 08:22
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