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Amicus No.:    31420947
Performer Heading:    Saucier, Joseph, 1869-1941 
Performer:    Joseph Saucier, Baryton avec Orchestre
Title:    Vive la Canadienne [enregistrement sonore] / Alexis Contant
Composer Heading:    Contant, Alexis, 1858-1918 
Generic Label:    Columbia
Transcribed Label:    Columbia
Numbers:    Issue no.: 1944 
   Matrix no.: M445 
   Take no.: 1
   Miscellaneous no.: E
Notes:    Distributor: Columbia Phonograph Company., New York
   Manufacturer: Columbia Phonograph Company, New York (State)
   Recorded: [ca oct 1905], [New York], Columbia Phonograph Company
   Released: [ca jan 1906]
   Issue Type: étiquette principale
   Comments: Disque à une face. Text transcribed from label/Texte transcrit de l'étiquette: Condition of Sale This record is sold upon the express condition that it shall not be copied or duplicated and that the full right of property or possession reverts to the Columbia Phonograph Co. upon violation of this condition; Grand Prize Paris 1900; Grand Prize St. Louise 1904; Patented December 10, 1901. Additional information/information additionnelle: Baritone Solo in French; Orchestra Accompaniment.
   Discographical reference: Ethnic Music on Records : a discography of ethnic recordings produced in the United States, 1893 to 1942, date d'enregistrement, lieu d'enregistrement
Physical Description:    1 disque son. : 78 r/min, monophonique ; 10 po
Genre:    Songs ; Folk songs, French; Chansons folkloriques françaises
Location:    78/10 3253
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