Performer: Peter Leshtchenko with Orch. Recorded in Europe, Made in US. igitized from a shellac record, at 78 revolutions per minute. The recording on the other side of this disc: Tchoobtchik. Accompanied by piano, strings, and accordion Petr Leschenko sings Proschai Moi Tabor (Farewell my Gypsy Camp). This romance (Russian stylistic category of lyrical songs; not associated with Western Romanticism) was written by Boris Prozorovsky, who was shot in 1937. This particular work was banned in 1946.
Proshtchai Moi Tabor, Tchoobtchik (Shellac, 10", RP). Columbia.
Leshchenko, Pyotr 1898-1954. Leshtchenko, Peter 1898-1954. Leszczenko, P. Leszczenko, Piotr.
Petr Leschenko ( Pyotr Leshchenko,Lescenko) Columbia records 78" set of 9 discs. LEV LESCHENKO (Поет Лев Лещенко ) LP NM Russian press. russian USSR 78 RPM-peter moi tabor, tchoobtchik-stinton.
Proshtchai Moi Syn; Kirpitchiki. Proshtchai Moi Tabor; Tchoobtchik. Proshtchai Moskwa; Uchar Kupietz. Razbitaya Zizn (Waltz); Tosca (Waltz). Razbitaya Zizn; Toska. Razbitoye Serdtse; Progoolka Po Wodie. Razvedka; Samovary Samopaly. Red Moscow; Sport March.
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|A||Proshtchai Moi Tabor
Written-By [Uncredited] – Boris Prozorovsky*
|DV 1223||Петръ Лещенко*||Чубчикъ / Прощай Мой Таборъ (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||DV 1223||Romania||1933|
|DZ 324||Peter Lescenko*||Tschoubtschik / Proschcai Moi Tabor (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||DZ 324||Switzerland||Unknown|
|DV 1223||Петръ Лещенко*||Чубчикъ / Прощай Мой Таборъ (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||DV 1223||France||Unknown|
|DV 1223||Петръ Лещенко*||Чубчикъ / Прощай Мой Таборъ (Shellac, 10", RP)||Columbia||DV 1223||UK||1953|
|DM. 1707||Piotr Leszczenko*||Чубчик / Прощай, Мой Табор (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||DM. 1707||Poland||1933|