Hmv-eh96-4-040606

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Title/Work Wien bei Nacht
Subtitle/Content Vienna by Night - Part 1
Author(s)/Composer(s) Karel Komzák II (1850 - 1905) Show information on MusicBrainz
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Genre(s) Wienerlieder, Wienerlieder by Karel Komzák II
Language de
Performer(s) Marek Weber and his Orchestra (Bandleader,1888 - 1964) Show information on MusicBrainz
Label His Master's Voice
Part of record HMV EH 96
Record side A
Track number 1
Matrix/StamperID CWR 13001
Recording location Berlin (German Reich)
1st recording date 1927/10/31
1st release date 1928
1st release location (origin) DE
References Composer: Komzák, Work: Wien bei Nacht, 1 Teil Komzák, Date: 31-10-27

Catalogue: Kelly, German HMV

Head: MAREK WEBER und sein ORCHESTER
Venue: Berlin
CatNum: 4-040606
Num: CWR1300-1▲
Date: 31-10-27
Title: Wien bei Nacht, 1 Teil
Composer: Komzák

Note: C1507 AN118 EH96


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