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Ajoutée le 21 août 2008
The news that tango "Maruszka" (Maruschka), immensely popular in Poland in 1930's takes its origin far away from Poland and actually its home is a country of those beautiful tulip fields, windmills, smart cows, Gouda-cheeses, great Dutch painters and china of Delft...;) ....came to me from my Friend, Daniel-Parlophonman and became for me quite a sensation.
I am happy to reply and repay this gesture offering two Polish interpretations of this beautiful and melodious tango composed by a Dutch musician, Joop de Leur, with Polish lyrics by Andrzej Włast.
The first one was recorded in 1935 by Stefan Witas and Jerzy Gert Orchestra for Warsaw Odeon. The record here presented is, however, a 1946 pressing -- rare today. Some of Polish Odeon records were made again, in a short series, soon after the War was ended from the pre-war material which survived (mostly in a poor shape !) all devastations and horrors of the war that actually ruined nearly all of the area of Warsaw.
Tango "Maruszka" (Polish spelling) had as many as six separate Polish recordings made for Syrena-Electro, Odeon and Columbia labels.