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Gold fund  Foreign recordings 
CA 18883
speed 78 FB 2767
SOVIET AIRMEN'S SONG
(Music. Dunajewsky: Words. Eng. Ver. R.Swingler)
FODEN'S MOTOR WORKS BAND
Conducted by Fred Mortimer

From the collection of Alexey Petukhov, Moscow
Mirror Transcription: ca 18883-1
Matrix: Columbia Record # CA 18883-1
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Columbia Record > Columbia (European) CA 18883 CA 18883 1 FB2767 First edition??
Reverse Side CA 18882 CA 18882 1 //
Title Name: Soviet Airmen's Song (All Higher)
Language(s) or Ethnics: Russian, English | Catalog category: Bass with Orchestra | Genre (Music Category): March Song
Artist(s): Foden's Motor Works Band
Composer: Yuly Khait
Lyrics By: Pavel German, Randall Swingler (english version)
Accompaniment Type: brass band
Bandmaster or conductor: Fred Mortimer | Solo artist: Martin Lawrence
Recording Place: Great Britain | Recording Date: 01-1942
Transfer speed: 78 RPM
Record size: 25 cm | Label size: 76 mm
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Label file size: 939.6 KB | 1356x1360 px | Audio file size: 2.6 MB | 2:50
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Added by: conservateur | 01.08.2013 05:10 | Last updated by:  conservateur | 25.05.2014 18:40
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