Edison-Bell-Radio-f669-bk631

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Title/Work Chüjers Bärgfreude
Author(s)/Composer(s)
Image(s)

Genre(s) Yodeling, Volkslieder
Language gsw
Performer(s) Jodelduett Rubin-Spühler (Duet, - )
Label Edison Bell Radio
Part of record Edison Bell Radio F 669
Record side A
Matrix/StamperID BK 631 F
1st recording date 1920
1st release date 1920
1st release location (origin) CH
References http://www.fonoteca.ch/cgi-bin/oecgi3.exe/inet_fnbasedetail?REC_ID=87262.011&LNG_ID=DEU

EDISON BELL RADIO; F 669; Chüjers Bärgfreude; Wei es bitzeli luschtig sei (HR3205) Sprache Schweizerdeutsch Sektor F Technische Daten φ 20 cm Zustand der Seiten Segnato dall'usura Musikart Jodel Aufnahme-Datum 1920

Position A Musikwerktitel Chüjers Bärgfreude

Position B Musikwerktitel Wei es bitzeli luschtig sei

Interpret JODLERDUETT W. RUBIN UND FRAU SPÜHLER Körperschaft Duett Musikinstrument Akkordeon

Schallplattenmarke EDISON BELL RADIO Bestell-Nummer F 669 Matrizen-/Stampernummer BK 631 F Matrizen-/Stampernummer BK 632 B

Archivnummer HR3205


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