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Veselá Dvojice / Dol Dauber A Jeho Rhytmic Ensemble - Nevinná / Tam Za Kasarnama FLAC album


Performer: Veselá Dvojice
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Nevinná / Tam Za Kasarnama
Released: 1937
Style: Vocal, Folk
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Veselá Dvojice, Dol Dauber A Jeho Rhytmic Ensemble. Veselá Dvojice, Dol Dauber A Jeho Rhytmic Ensemble - Nevinná, Tam Za Kasarnama ‎(Shellac, 10").

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Building bridges between cultures. Al Firdaus is where a rich variety of plants and flowers flourish together producing a rich and harmonious and intimate garden. The members of the group with their different cultural and musical backgrounds contribute to producing the unique sound of Al Firdaus, a synthesis of musical traditions, Western classical, Celtic, Arabic, Turkish, Andalusi, and Flamenco. Al Firdaus Ensemble is a beacon of hope and a true example of how traditional spiritual music can be both beautiful and relevant in the contemporary world. The Sufi master and poet Rumi tells how when we hear sublime music We listen and are fed with joy and peace. Their music is far from political.

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By Dol Dauber se svým orchestrem. PLAY ALL. Historie Psaná Šelakem - Dol Dauber: Má Překrásná Paní. Released by Supraphon . By Dol Dauber se svým orchestrem.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Veselá Dvojice, Dol Dauber A Jeho Rhytmic Ensemble* Nevinná
Music By – Karel VacekWords By – Karel Vacek
B Dol Dauber A Jeho Rhytmic Ensemble* Tam Za Kasarnama
Music By – M. StraubWords By – Václav Zeman

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.

Credits

  • Conductor – F.A. Tichý*
  • Vocals – Jarda Kaňkovský (tracks: B)

Notes

Bohemian
A: Polka
B: pochodová píseň

This label was in use from ca. 1937-1941, according to "The Collector's Guide to Victor Records (Rev. Ed.)," by Michael W. Sherman, p. 105.