Odeon-aa79705-xxbo7623

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Title/Work Grossmütterchen, Op. 20
Subtitle/Content Ländler for two violins
Author(s)/Composer(s) Gustav Lange (1830 - 1889) Show information on MusicBrainz
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Genre(s) Folk music, Salon music, Ländler, Folk music by Gustav Lange, Salon music by Gustav Lange
Language de
Conductor(s) Dajos Béla (1897 - 1978) Show information on MusicBrainz
Performer(s) Künstlerkapelle Dajos Béla (Orchestra, - ) Show information on MusicBrainz
Label Odeon Records
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Matrix/StamperID XXBO 7623
Recording location Carl Lindström AG, SO.33, Schlesische Strasse 26, Berlin (German Reich)
1st recording date August 1922
1st release date 1923
1st release location (origin) DE
References http://discography.phonomuseum.at/odeon/odmxBo06130.pdf

master xxBo 7623 1922.08. ± D30 AN
GER: Berlin, Carl Lindström AG, SO.33, Schlesische Straße 26
Großmütterchen — Konzert-Ländler (Gustav Langer, op.20)
Dajos Béla (MD). — Künstlerkapelle Dajos Béla (orchestra).
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Odeon BL AA 151818
Odeon BL (Germany) AA 79705

Odeon BL (Germany) O-7034 (AA 79705)


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