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Gold fundForeign recordings 

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From the collection of Alexey Petukhov, Moscow
Mirror Transcription:   Reverse side
Additional information: The song is based on "The Bluebells of Scotland" melody
Original matrix: Parlophon # 79017
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Parlophon > Parlophon (Germany, red) B. 23009-I 79017 B. 23009 First edition??
Reverse Side B. 23009-II 79022 // //
Pre-revolutionary > Columbia Record G-20176-F 79017 Reissue (original matrix)
Columbia Record > Columbia (Viva-Tonal, USA) G-20176-F 79017 G-20176 Reissue (original matrix) Gold fund
Title Name: Genevieve
Language(s) or Ethnics: english, russian | Catalog category: Tenor with Grand Piano | Genre (Music Category): Song
Artist(s): Victor Khenkin
Composer: A.Arkhangelsky
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Accompaniment Type: grand piano | Accompanist: Alexander Bloch
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Recording Place: Germany
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Record size: 25 cm
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Label file size: 615.1 KB | 933x939 px | Size of file MP3: 2.4 MB | 2:37 | 128 kbps x 44.1 kHz
Hits: 1449 | Label downloads: 36 | Audio downloads: 40
Added by: conservateur | 13.10.2009 14:20 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 04.11.2018 00:46
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Label quality: 10.00 (2 votes)
Audio quality: 10.00 (2 votes)
 
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Adrian
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Join Date: 03.07.2009
Bluebells of Scotland
The melody is based on that traditional Scottish song.

I didn't expect such a fine voice and singing, in addition to the vocal characterisation I did expect. With these gifts, why wasn't he more famous?
  11.07.2010 23:28
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conservateur
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Join Date: 20.11.2008
Re: Bluebells of Scotland
Adrian wrote:
The melody is based on that traditional Scottish song.

I didn't expect such a fine voice and singing, in addition to the vocal characterisation I did expect. With these gifts, why wasn't he more famous?

Thank you so much for the identification! I've added this information to the description of the record.
As for me, the gentle talent of Victor Khenkin was not of those easily becoming famous and popular; here, for example, he was shadowed by Alexander Vertinsky.
  12.07.2010 11:12
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