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Jack Altausen speech at parade | nnnn |  | 19.06.2015 16:15   
А как выглядит пластинка на просвет? Или обратная сторона?

Youth Song | Eugen |  | 19.06.2015 05:53   
Георгий Никифорович

There Was an Affair in the East | Eugen |  | 19.06.2015 05:52   
Георгий Никифорович

Jack Altausen speech at parade | bernikov |  | 18.06.2015 22:23   
Дима, я готов сделать для неё отдельную категорию, но я понятия не имею, как её позиционировать - слишком мало мы знаем об этой пластинке. Может быть "Переписи с тонфильмов на радио" ?

Shine | xcallibure |  | 18.06.2015 18:01   
bernikov wrote:
... я бы ограничился только оригиналами для "официально" издававшихся пластинок...

Уважаемый Юрий! Полностью с Вами согласен. А вообще и без рёбер найдётся чего загрузить. Большое спасибо за слова благодарности ... - будем стараться.

My First Brigade | Andre |  | 18.06.2015 09:34   
We are the First Brigade - information
 
Song name: My Pierwsza Brygada(Real translation: We are the 1st. Brigade; In Polish, My means "We, Us"(Russian:Мы первая бригада)
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Singer's Name: Eugeniusz Mossakowski(1st. June 1885; Łodz - 13 May 1958; Warszaw); Polish Opera Singer from the Grand Theatre (Teatrze Wielkim w Warszawie).
"One of the best baritones in Europe in his generation. He sung in the Grand Theatre in Warsaw in years 1921-39, although his artistic career had been started by him in late years of his life, after he was 32 years old. After the 2nd World War, he withdrew from the artistic career and devoted himself entirely to teaching."
My, Pierwsza Brygada (We [are] the First Brigade) was a song of the First Brigade of the Polish Legions, led by Jozef Pilsudski. It is also known under the title “Legions are a soldier’s note”.
The melody is taken from the March of the Kielce Fire Department. Capt. Andrzej Brzuchal-Sikorski, who since 1905 was a Leader of the orchestra of Kielce Fire Department, and later – of the orchestra of the First Brigade of the Polish Legions of Józef Pilsudski - was the first performer and arranger of the song. “My Pierwsza Brygada” was regarded in the years after World War 1 almost the national anthem of Poland. In 2007, the Minister of National Defence decided, that “My Pierwsza Brygada” becomes a parade song of the Representative Corps of the Polish Army.
The First Brigade of the song were a Polish Unit of the Austro-Hungarian Army. "The First Brigade was formed on December 19, 1914, as part of the Polish Legions in World War I. Until October 1916 the First Brigade was commanded by Józef Piłsudski, thereafter by Marian Żegota-Januszajtis. The First Brigade and the Third Brigade were disbanded after the 1917 Oath Crisis.
The March of the First Brigade was one of the best-known songs of the Polish Legions." - English Wikipedia.

Here's the original recording without leaping:

The Oath, Patriotic Song | Andre |  | 18.06.2015 09:25   
Rota - information
 
Singer's Name: Eugeniusz Mossakowski(1st. June 1885; Łodz - 13 May 1958; Warszaw); Polish Opera Singer from the Grand Theatre (Teatrze Wielkim w Warszawie).
"One of the best baritones in Europe in his generation. He sung in the Grand Theatre in Warsaw in years 1921-39, although his artistic career had been started by him in late years of his life, after he was 32 years old. After the 2nd World War, he withdrew from the artistic career and devoted himself entirely to teaching."
“Rota”(The Oath) is a Polish patriotic hymn, written in 1908 by a Polish poet Maria Konopnicka, to the music by composer Feliks Nowowiejski. It was created as Polish answer to the increasing Germanisation of Polish citizens under the Prussian rule in the 19th/20th century (in the time when – until the 1st World War – territory of the former Polish Kingdom was partitioned between three empires: Russia, Prussia and Austria). “Rota” consists of four stanzas, written in the form of an oath formula, in which Polish nation promises God to keep its national identity and Catholic faith. Song was first made public by hundreds of choristers on 15th July 1910 during the unveiling of the Grunwald Monument in Kraków – the ceremony held on the 500th anniversary of the Polish victory over the Germans in the Battle of Grunwald of 1410. Combined choirs from across the whole of the former Polish state met on the Grunwaldzki Square in Kraków, to create a monumental national call for freedom, sung by thousands of throats, under the composer’s direction.
Here's the original recording without leaping:

Yerevan evening | Andre |  | 18.06.2015 09:10   
Audio of the Song
 

Shine | bernikov |  | 18.06.2015 00:10   
Уважаемый Владимир! Прежде всего хочу воспользоваться моментом, чтобы поблагодарить Вас за последние загрузки! Особенно порадовали редкие дореволюционные пластинки Звукопись, Полифон и Корона. Я уже воспользовался этикеткой Короны, чтобы наконец-то сделать хороший образец, теперь на очереди Полифон.

Насчёт оригиналов для "рёбер" - я бы ограничился только оригиналами для "официально" издававшихся пластинок - так у нас будет меньше потенциальных проблем с праводержателями.

Isoldine | xcallibure |  | 17.06.2015 20:45   
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Клемент Дузе - Французский пианист и композитор.

На гибких пластинках отечественного производства в его исполнении встречается запись популярного фокстрота "Нолла"

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