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Number of hits: 14 Records    

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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Emanuel Hollander.

Baushky baju

11228: Edison Blue Amberol
11203: Edison Amberol

[1911]

2

Frank Lawrence Embree.

[Brown wax home recording of whistling over commercial recording of Russian hymn, played by Gilmore's Band].

3

Sousa's Band.

Kukuška

474: Edison Amberol

[1910]

4

Emanuel Hollander.

Ne brany mena rodnaja

11227: Edison Blue Amberol
11202: Edison Amberol

[1911]

5

Alexander Sashko.

Oi ya nestchastay (Malo russkaya piesnia)

11234: Edison Blue Amberol
7709: Edison Record

[1920]

6

A. Davydov, tenor.

Prosti niebesnoe sozdanʹe

24022: Tslindry Paté

[1903]

7

Frank S. Mazziotta.

Russian dance

420: U.S. Everlasting Record

[1908]

8

British Military Band.

Russian dance

13075: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1904]

9

Bohumir Kryl.

Russian fantasia

8208: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1902]

10

Edison Grand Concert Band.

Russian hymn

63: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1902?]

11

Accordion solo with organ accompaniment.

Russian kamarinskaja

65061: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[between 1904 and 1909]

12

New York Military Band.

Russian national air (Lord God, protect the czar) and Belgian national air ( La brabanconne)

2483: Edison Blue Amberol

[1914]

13

Albert Spalding.

Souvenir of Moscow

28163: Edison Blue Amberol
28163: Edison Amberol

[1913]

14

Emanuel Hollander.

Vstretas s'toboj.

11225: Edison Blue Amberol
11200: Edison Amberol

[1911]

 


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