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Disc Recording - Decca, Double-Sided, 'Gypsy Scene' & 'Hungarian Scene' 1935 Audiovisual Reg. No: ST 028000

Summary:
Disc recording: Decca 10 in. "Gypsy Scene" and "Hungarian Scene" played by Harry Horlick and his Orchestra. Double sided. Cat. no. Y5311.

Technology: lateral cut.
Classification: Ethnic.
Description:
Double sided black heavy disc with a single central hole. Disc is 5 mm thick. Contained in a brown paper sleeve with hole to view label.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr Furphy, 1961
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 276 mm (Diameter)

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Tagged with: communications, sound recordings, disc recordings
Themes this item is part of: Information & Communication Collection, Leisure Collection
Primary Classification: MUSIC & MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Secondary Classification: Playback Media - Analogue
Tertiary Classification: disc recordings
Inscriptions: Side A: (logo) DECCA / MADE IN AUSTRALIA / COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE (AUST.) PTY LTD. Sydney N.S.W. / HUNGARIAN SCENE / Scene Hongroise / Speed 78 / HARRY HORLICK & HIS ORCHESTRA / 64335 / Y5311
Side A (run-out) 64335A
Side B: (logo) DECCA / MADE IN AUSTRALIA / COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE (AUST.) PTY LTD. Sydney N.S.W. / GYPSY SCENE / Scene Tsgane / Medley of Hugarian Folk Songs / Speed 78 / HARRY HORLICK & HIS ORCHESTRA / 64333 / Y5311
Side B (run-out) 64333A
Format: Gramophone Disc; 78 RPM x 10-inch
Manufacturer: Columbia Graphophone (Aust.) Pty. Ltd., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1938
References: DECCA Numerial listing: http://www.78discography.com/Dec2000.htm last accessed 25Jan2013

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