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Parlophone is a record label, founded in Germany 1896 by Carl Lindström (1869-1932), a Swedish inventor living in Berlin, it originally produced phonographs or gramophones with the brand names Parlograph and Parlophon and eventually began producing records as well. The trademark is not the British pound sign, but a German L, for Lindström. During the war, the Transoceanic Trading Company was set up in the Netherlands to look after its overseas assets. Parlophone established a master leasing arrangement with co-owned United States based Okeh Records In 1927, Columbia Graphophone Company of the United Kingdom acquired a controlling interest in the Carl Lindström Company and thereby in Parlophone. In 1931, Columbia merged with the Gramophone Company to form Electric & Musical Industries Ltd (EMI).
 
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Austrian, GermanDance Orchestra
Operetta Der Zigeunerbaron: Waltz (Johann Strauss)
Edith Lorand and her Orchestra, Conductor Edith LorandNoginsk Plant
Austrian, GermanDance Orchestra
Operetta Der Zigeunerbaron: Waltz (Johann Strauss)
Edith Lorand and her Orchestra, Conductor Edith LorandAprelevka Plant
Austrian, GermanDance Orchestra
Operetta Der Zigeunerbaron: Waltz (Johann Strauss)
Edith Lorand and her Orchestra, Conductor Edith LorandSovSong
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Why do I love so madly ( ), romance (Boris Borisov (Gurovich), Lyrics by Boris Borisov (Gurovich)
Yuri Morfessi, acc. prince Sergey Golitsyn (Grand Piano) (instrumental trio)1930
Berlin
Syrena-Electro
Russian, Polish-
That´s why I love so madly ( ), romance (Sasha Makarov)
Yuri Morfessi, acc. prince Sergey Golitsyn (Grand Piano) (instrumental trio)1930
Berlin
Syrena-Electro

(34804)
Russian, GermanDance Orchestra
Bublichki (), foxtrot (Bogomazov, Grigory Karsavin, arr. S. Ostrovsky (?))
Saxophon-Orchester Dobbri, Conductor Otto DobrindtBerlinParlophon

(38860)
GermanSoprano with Choir, Harp & Orchestra
Rêve Angelique (Rêve Angelique), op. 10, No. 22 part I, romance-song (Anton Grigorjevich Rubinstein, Lyrics by Alfy)
Emmy Bettendorf & Choir, acc. Max Saal (orchestra & harp), Conductor Otto Dobrindt05-12-1930
Berlin
ParlophonB.12390

(79113)
RussianTenor with Orchestra
The Days Go By ( ), waltz (Alexander Vertinsky)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. orchestra19-10-1931
Boulogne-sur-Seine
Odeon-Record(79113)

(79118)
RussianTenor with Piano
The Late Rendez-vous ( ), song (Alexander Vertinsky, Lyrics by Yu. Zubkovsky)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. grand piano19-10-1931
Boulogne-sur-Seine
Odeon-Record(79118)

(79120)
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Jimmy the Pirate (-), song
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. P. Kolpikov (grand piano)19-10-1931
Boulogne-sur-Seine
Odeon-Record(79120)

(79137)
RussianTenor with Piano
In our room ( ), song (Alexander Vertinsky)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. pianoGermanyOdeon-Record(79137)

(79138)
RussianTenor with Piano
The Sailors (), song (Alexander Vertinsky, Lyrics by Boris Daev)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. pianoGermanyOdeon-Record(79138)

(79139)
RussianTenor with Piano
[ru]׸ [en], song (Alexander Vertinsky, Lyrics by H.Teffi)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. pianoGermanyOdeon-Record(79139)

(79140)
RussianTenor with Piano
Classic roses ( ), song (Alexander Vertinsky, Lyrics by Igor Severyanin (Igor V. Lotarev))
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. grand piano1930...1931
Germany
Odeon-Record(79140)

(79141)
RussianTenor with Piano
Grey-eyed Girl (), romance (Lyrics by Alexander Vertinsky)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. piano1931
Germany
Odeon-Record(79141)

(79142)
RussianTenor with Piano
Tin Heart ( ), romance (Lyrics by Alexander Vertinsky)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. piano1931
Germany
Odeon-Record(79142)

(79148)
RussianTenor with Piano and Guitars
Oh my life, do not go away ( , ), gypsy romance
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. piano and guitars1931
Germany
Odeon-Record(79148)
0357
French, RussianBass with Orchestra
Opera Faust: Song of the Golden Calf ( ) (Le veau d´or) from Act 2 (Charles Gounod)
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Bruno Seidler-Winkler24-09-1907
St.-Petersburg
Test Record, Gramophone Co.022097
(291m)
 
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