Odeon-308369-bo3276

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Title/Work Silberglöckchen
Subtitle/Content Silver Bells - Wilhelm Peglow, Op. 29
Author(s)/Composer(s) Wilhelm Peglow
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Genre(s) Polka-mazurka
Music arranger(s) W. Ramthor
Conductor(s) August Pilz
Performer(s) Albert Müller (Tubaphone with Orchestra accompaniment, - )
Label Odeon Records
Part of record Odeon 308369
Matrix/StamperID A 42105, XBO 3276
Recording location Berlin (German Reich)
1st recording date November 1909
1st release date 1910
1st release location (origin) DE
References http://discography.phonomuseum.at/odeon/odmxBo01000.pdf

master xBo 3276 GEM: Berlin 1909.11

Silberglöckchen — Polka-Mazurka (Wilhelm Peglow, op.29)

Albert Müller (bells) - August Pilz (MD) — (orchestra) «Burghardt» Jumbo/Odeon BL (Germany) A 42105, A 6521 / D25 AN Odeon GN (Germany) 308369 / D25 AN

Odeon BL (Germany) O-1417 (308369) / D25 AN


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