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||Moscow: Muzgiz, 1933. Plate M. 13770 Г.
||5 National Songs
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
- Лох-Ломонд (Шотландская)
- Хоровод (Английская)
- Деревенская девушка (Английская)
- Похищение из Тюэри (Ирландская)
- Ночная песнь рыбаков (Валлийская)
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||Most likely public domain in the USA, despite publication date.|
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In the USA this work is most likely
in the public domain
because it was published without a compliant copyright notice, no renewal was found after a thorough search of the Catalog of Copyright Entries
, or it was either ineligible for "restoration" under GATT/TRIPs and/or no record of an NIE filing was found in the online records of the US Copyright Office.
||Traditional, translated by V. Dikiy, Vladimir Yeshchin (1892-1944), Dmitry Usov (1896-1943), Russian text
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Early 20th century
||Early 20th century
||Piano and Voice
Is the music new or is the text folk also? If the latter, then given the title, folksongs title is appropriate (but only if real folksongs are used and, as here, the title means folksong...)