Victor-62987a-r800

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Title/Work Tabaré
Subtitle/Content Part 1
Author(s)/Composer(s)
Image(s)

Genre(s) Uruguayan poems, Epic poems in Spanish
Language Es
Lyricist(s) Juan Zorrilla de San Martín (1855 - 1931) Show information on MusicBrainz
Performer(s) Juan Zorrilla de San Martín (Poet,1855 - 1931)
Label Victor Records
Part of record Victor 62987
Record side A
Matrix/StamperID R-800
Recording location Buenos Aires (Argentina)
1st recording date 1910/04/04
1st release date 1910
1st release location (origin) AR
References http://autores.uy/autor/507

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Title: Tabare (Primary title) Part 1 (Title part) Source: Victor ledgers

Authors and Composers: Juan Zorrilla de San Martín (author)
Personnel:Juan Zorrilla de San Martín (speaker)

Description: Recitation
Category: Spoken
Marketing Genre: Spanish (Uruguay)
Language: Spanish
Master Size: 10-in.

Notes Source(s): Victor ledgers.

Take Date and Place:4/4/1910 Buenos Aires, Argentina
Take: [1]
Status: Master
Label Name/Number: Victor 62987

Format: 10-in.


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