Could you contact me off line? I have
a couple of questions about COUNTRY MUSIC RESOURCES that I recently
purchased. Jack Palmer, Vdalhart@xxxxxxxxxxx
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Sent: Monday, July 12, 2004 11:37
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Foreign language
recordings: Were the artists American?
most were by US residents, but
many were pressed from Euro matrices too, especially in the early days and the
||RA Friedman <yiddishsong@xxxxxxxxx>
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07/12/2004 07:06 AM
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] Foreign language
recordings: Were the artists
Is it safe to
assume that the majority of foreign language recordings that are on the
Columbia Grafonola as well Victor (Batwing and Scroll) labels were recorded in
the States by artists who were American residents? If not, how do you
tell? Would one have to check case-by-case?
I know that for most Yiddish and Hebrew
recordings, the artists on these labels were either citizens or
citizens-to-be, but does this apply to recordings produced for speakers of
other languages such as Polish, Russian, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Turkish,
Greek? My surmise is that as a simple matter of economics, and supply of
talent, this is also true, but I want to be sure.
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