Recorded by Victor at their Camden studios on April 23, 1914, originally released that year on single-sided discs both in the USA and Europe.
An EDVR user notes, "This song is actually the Czech national anthem. It came from a Singspiel or operetta called Fidlovacka (1834) with text by famous Czech writer Josef Kajetan Tyl and music by famous Czech composer Frantisek Skroup. It asks "Where is my homeland?" and had achieved the status of a folksong long before becoming the national anthem sometime after 1918." Source(s): Bolig Red Seal vol. 1; Rigler-Deutsch Index; Victor ledgers.
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Filip Šír and Katie Buehner's contribution Pioneer of Sound Industry for Czechs in the United States: The First Ethnic Recordings by Ed Jedličk is being broadcast at the ARSC 2020 virtual conference.
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