Anker-01210-3067

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Title/Work Das träumende Schneeglöckchen
Author(s)/Composer(s) Louis Oertel (1866-1924)
Image(s)
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High resolution audio (Flac) FLAC
Compressed audio (Ogg Vorbis) Ogg · Ogg (Commons)
Genre(s) Polka
Content Tubaphon solo with orchestral accompaniment
Description Anker 01210
Lyricist(s) none
Music arranger(s) none
Conductor(s) none
Performer(s) Albert Müller (unknown birth/death)
Vocal range Instrumental
Label Anker Records
Cat. no. 01210
Order number 3067
Matrix/StamperID 1104-3-bp, 3067
Place of recording Berlin (German Reich)
1st recording date ca. 1908[1]
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Coupling date unknown
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1st release date ca. 1909
PD CH 1 January 1995
PD EU 1 January 1995
PD USA 1 January 1998
PD INT 1 January 2009



References

  1. Gramofon Online: Das träumende Schneeglöckchen (same record from Jumbola)., Link to the record


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