David Rubinoff with Del Sharbett (Announcer) - Rubinoff And His Violin album download
Del Sharbett (Announcer). David Rubinoff with Del Sharbett (Announcer) - Rubinoff And His Violin (7", EP). Not On Label.
David Rubinoff with Del Sharbett (Announcer) - Rubinoff And His Violin (7", EP).
David Rubinoff, Russian Violinist, conductor. Played at open-air concert before 225,000 people, Chicago. Recipient Distinguished award American Council Music; Warsaw Royal Conservatory scholar. Member Chicago Federation Musicians (honorary), New Haven Federation Musicians (honorary), Kiwanis, Rotary, Optimists, Lions, Exchange Club, B'nai B'rith. Engaged by Loew's Theatres for trans-continental tour. Director Paramount Orchestra, New York City. Organizer Dave Rubinoff orchestras. Featured with Eddie Cantor in popular radio programs, 1930-1935. Violin soloist, conductor radio program NBC network, 1935-1986. Performed at army camps, hospitals, schools, other organizations, averaging 300 concerts annually.
Rubinoff and His Violin Concert with Conductor Joseph Rubin and Violin Soloist Steven Greenman Violin Soloist youtube. The Ted Lewis Museum. 9 August at 08:00 ·. Ted and his band in front of . Keith's Riverside Theatre in the 1920s. The Ted Lewis Museum added 2 new photos. Ted recorded Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me) for the second time on this day in 1926 (his first recording of this was his band's first side for Columbia in 1919). Century-Old Sounds July 16, 1926 Chicago, Illinois. com/images/C 770-D-B. com/Columbias/C 770-D-B.
Signature: "Rubinoff and his Violin", 6x4½ album leaf. Violinist David Rubinoff (1897-1986), born in Grodno, Poland in the Russian Empire (now Hrodna, Belarus) began playing the violin at age five and performed with the Russian Army band before entering the Royal Conservatory of Music in Warsaw. Signature: "Rubinoff" on verso of 5x3 ruled index card. David rubinoff - autograph - hfsid 318059. DAVID RUBINOFF Signature of the Russian-born American violinist Signature: "David Rubinoff", 5x3.
He also performed in theaters, clubs and schools, and he gave several concerts at the White House during the 1940s. He was sometimes billed as Rubinoff and his Violin.
Rubinoff and His Violin fue estrenada en el año 1939, algunas canciones de la banda sonora son Fiddlin' Your Fiddle by David Rubinoff, Give Me a Moment, Please by David Rubinoff, Hoy, Hoy, Hoy by David Rubinoff, I Know That You Know by David Rubinoff. Escucha la banda sonora online! Consigue la película: Play.
Topics Dave Rubinoff, Dave Rubinoff, 78rpm, PJA-Incomplete, David Rubinoff, 78rpm, PJA-Incomplete. If you enjoy this collection please consider helping our other 1920's and 1930's artists projects. You can find a list of projects that are incomplete at: Incomplete Discographies of 1920's 1930's Artists. For a list of our already complete collections of 1920's and 1930's artists see: Complete Discographies of 1920's 1930's Artists. David Rubinoff (aka Dave Rubinoff) Collection 1925-1935. UPDATED December 2018. BONUS: Nick Lucas Records with David Rubinoff on Violin (File names prefixed by 'z'): z I'm Waiting For Ships That Never Come In (1928) Nick Lucas - Brunswick 3968 z Marcheta (1928) Nick Lucas (with David Rubinoff on Violin) - Brunswick 3968 z So Blue 1927 Nick Lucas (with David Rubinoff on Violin) - Brunswick 3492.
|A-1||Rubinoff Radio Theme|
|A-2||Give Me A Moment Please|
|A-3||Dance Of The Russian Peasant|
|A-4||Rubinoff And His Violin|
|A-5||Now A Word From Your Sponsors|
|A-7||Clair De Lune|
|B-2||Somewhere My Love|
|B-3||Fiddlin' The Fiddle|
|B-4||Square Dance Fiddlin'|