And make sure to spell "Ukrainian" right.
Richard Spottswood

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Check Richard Spottswood. Ethnic Music on Records.

Steve Smolian

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Subject: [ARSCLIST] Polish/Ukranian Recordings

> I'm cataloging recordings for the local historical society. Basically a
> hodge podge, but there are a lot of Eastern European recordings:
> Jewish/Polish/Ukranian. The Jewish ones are not a problem plus there are
> plenty of experts I can query as well as books. Are there some
> equivalent sources of information for Polish and/or Ukranian music and
> recordings? Most of these are Victor Electric "Scroll" and Columbia Viva
> Tonals from about 1925.
> RA Friedman, Archivist
> Freedman Jewish Music Archive
> University of Pennsylvania