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Hooligans’ Chastushka (Novgorod Province) (Хулиганская частушка (Новгородской губернии)), folk song



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Gold fundPre-Revolutionary recordings 
Россiя Народные песни и куплеты
"Частушка хулиганская".
(Новгородской губ.)
П.Ф.Орловъ и П.Д.Жуковъ
исполн. народн песенъ и куплетовъ.

From the collection of Alexey Petukhov, Moscow
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Record Mini-Discography: Extraphone (diva, white) > Hooligans’ Chastushka (Novgorod Province) (Хулиганская частушка (Новгородской губернии)), folk song
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Extraphone > Extraphone (diva, white) 23720
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Title Name: Hooligans' Chastushka (Novgorod Province)
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: folk duet with accordion | Genre (Music Category): Folk song
Artist(s): P.D.Orlov & Peter Zhukov
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Accompaniment Type: accordion
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Recording Place: St.Petersburg
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Record size: 25 cm
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Label file size: 672.9 KB | 1065x1059 px | Size of file MP3: 2.8 MB | 3:01 | 128 kbps x 44.1 kHz
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Added by: conservateur | 17.10.2009 12:53 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 24.07.2010 02:37
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What means "Chastushka"?
  17.10.2009 13:44
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Re: Частушка
"chastushka" (aka. Tchastushka) - Russian folk humorous rhyme (often improvised and sung in a string of others as a folklore tradition)
  17.10.2009 15:33
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The labels all say P.F.Orlov & P.D.Zhukov.

This is not P.D. Orlov the baritone I think!

Interesting to see the word 'Hooligan' in use in Russia so early. It is supposed to come from the name of an Irish family who lived in London.[/b]
  23.07.2010 22:42
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Re: P.F/P.D.
There is a typo on the label. The correct initials of Orlov are P.D., unfortunately I do not know what they stand for.

The full name of baritone P.D. Orlov (BTW it was the his stage name, the real name was Kulchinsky or Kulchitsky) was Polycarp Davidovich. Source
  24.07.2010 02:47
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