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How great our Lord on high in Zion (Коль славен наш Господь в Сионе), anthem
 

 
 
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Gold fundForeign recordings 
33⅓ R.P.M.
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U-207

DON COSSACK CHORUS

1 How Great Is Our Lord (PD) 2:30 (2¼) (cs)
2 We Are Sailing All The Sea And Along The Village (PD) 2:10 (1½) (cad)
3 The Plain (The Steppe-Cossack Song) (MR) 3:05 (2¼) (cad)
4 In Praise Of Raspberries (PD) 2:35 (1¼) (cad)
5 Kuban Song And The Smithy (PD) 1:45 (1¾) (cf)

PMS 072613

From the collection of Yuri Bernikov
Mirror Transcription: 072613-5R
Original matrix: Standard Program Library # 072613#1
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Radio transcription ... > Standard Program Library U-207#1 072613#1 U-207 Original matrix
Reverse Side U-207 072615 ––//––
Title Name: How great our Lord on high in Zion
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: chorus | Genre (Music Category): Anthem
Artist(s): Don Cossack Chorus Serge Jaroff
Composer: Dmitry Bortniansky
Lyrics By: Mikhail Kheraskov
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Bandmaster or conductor: Serge Jaroff
Recording Place: Hollywood
Transfer speed: 33⅓ RPM | Speed Measurement Method: Digital Tachometer
Record size: 40 cm | Label size: 113 mm
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Label file size: 527.8 KB | 1748x1724 px | Audio file size: 2.1 MB | 2:31
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Added by: bernikov | 12.06.2018 03:04 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 19.06.2018 02:31
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