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Gold fundForeign recordings 
Ord. 2061
Lehma polka
A.Waarman
tekst:P.Kuusik
A.Arder - orkestriga
ar "Bellaccord" orkestri
М 3344
Made in Estonia
Mirror Transcription: 3344
Original matrix: Bellaccord # M 3344
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Bellaccord > Bellaccord (own numbering) 2061 M 3344 2061 First edition??
Reverse Side 2061 M 3343 ––//––
Title Name: Cow Polka
Language(s) or Ethnics: estonian | Genre (Music Category): Polka
Artist(s): Aleksander Arder
Composer: Alfred Vaarmann
Lyrics By: Paul Kuusik
Accompaniment Type: Company's Jazz Orchestra | Accompanist: "Bellaccord" Orchestra
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Recording Place: Riga | Recording Date: 1934
Transfer speed: 78 RPM
Record size: 25 cm | Label size: 80 mm
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Label file size: 217.5 KB | 1168x1300 px | Size of file MP3: 5.9 MB | 2:36 | 320 kbps x 44.1 kHz
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Added by: Zonofon | 07.05.2013 21:23 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 25.10.2016 02:24
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bernikov
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Удивительная пластинка - на этикекте написано "Made in Estonia"! Получается, что в Эстонии был какой-то заводик по производству пластинок Bellaccord! Или это записть была в Эстонии, а пластинка была всё-таки отпечатана в Риге?
  08.05.2013 02:55
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Zonofon
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Хорошо, что Вы эту надпись заметили. У меня такая пластинка всего одна была.
Запись, по-видимому, произведена в Латвии. Написание номеров то же, что и на соседних пластинках.
А вот напечатать пластинку могли и в Латвии (по заказу) и в Эстонии.
Этот вопрос пока открыт.
  08.05.2013 10:46
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stavitsky
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напечатать пластинку могли и в Латвии (по заказу) и в Эстонии
Об эстонском отделении Беллакорда я слышал давно от коллекционеров, которые были намного старше меня. А вот вижу такую пластинку впервые, поэтому раньше к этой информации относился с недоверием. Бытовало мнение, что записывали в Риге, а печатали в Эстонии. Но кто теперь это может подтвердить?
  08.05.2013 11:49
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 Golovko 
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Тоже слышал об отделении в Эстонии. Хотя записывали явно в Риге. Об этом говорит и графика матричных номеров, и единая система нумерации, и само звучание фонограмм (и в чисто технической, и в чисто музыкальной части) - явно одного поля ягоды
  08.05.2013 12:09
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Zonofon
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В подтверждение того, что записи делались в Латвии, а потом с подобной этикеткой печатались для распространения в Эстонии, может служить пластинка П.Лещенко (недавнее приобретение):



Ведь известно, где он записывался. Так же прошу обратить внимание - на этикетке нет дореволюционной орфографии.
  30.04.2014 00:35
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Lauri
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They were recorded and produced in Latvia, Riga, all the musicians were also latvians - it was way cheaper. A. Arder recorded last songs for Bellaccord Electro in 1932-33;
Citation from P.Karmo research about Arder: "AA last pre-war records came from Rigas factory "Bellaccod Electro", all together 8 records, the first four were recorded on 1932 autumn, all the rest on 1933 spring. Recording place was Riga"
The 2061 was last with BE.
The advertisement on "uudiseleht" 23.07.1933 has already "Lehma polka" in order-list.
  24.10.2016 17:22
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Lauri
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Composer Alfred Vaarmann, Lyrics Paul Kuusik.
  24.10.2016 17:27
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bernikov
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Lauri wrote:
They were recorded and produced in Latvia, Riga, all the musicians were also latvians - it was way cheaper. A. Arder recorded last songs for Bellaccord Electro in 1932-33;
Citation from P.Karmo research about Arder: "AA last pre-war records came from Rigas factory "Bellaccod Electro", all together 8 records, the first four were recorded on 1932 autumn, all the rest on 1933 spring. Recording place was Riga"
The 2061 was last with BE.
The advertisement on "uudiseleht" 23.07.1933 has already "Lehma polka" in order-list.

Thank you for the info! It’s still unclear why "Made in Estonia" note appeared on the Peter Leshenko record...
  25.10.2016 02:38
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Lauri
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Yes, its weird. Cause the first Estonian own "official" disc-recording-machine was bought to Estonian Public Broadcasting on 1936 (I know this, because they started immediately recording village-musicians), maybe there was one or two private-discrecorders, don’t know about that.
But Artur Rinne (https://et.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artur_Rinne) described in his memories, that there were recording-sessions also in Tallinn, the machines were brought to Tallinn from Copenhagen, they recorded unto two disc at the same time - one for listening right away, the other-one for manufacturing.
But I make a little research and then let You know what I have found out, I think Heino Pedussaar (https://et.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heino_Pedusaar) have written about almost all about Estonian recordings of those times, I just check my homelibrary..
  27.10.2016 08:46
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Lauri
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It turns out, that although they recorded really many times in Tallinn (in Kuld Lõwi), the producing and manufacturing took place in Hannover, Hayes and later in Riga. Not sure about St. Petersburg Estonian society on these times, what was really big in the beginning of 20 c. It could be, that St. Petersburg estonians used "made in estonia" sign for records, as they used it in their staff- and book-prints..
  27.10.2016 09:23
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