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Sunday morning with a Sharon Records International Mystery part 2

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Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn

 

Sunday morning with a Sharon Records International Mystery part 2 

The Northlanders Kvi, Vi, VI, vittsagen

Tiden sa hastigt forsvinner

 

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The Northlanders

The Northlanders “Kvi, Vi, VI, vittsagen “

“Tiden sa hastigt forsvinner “

Sharon Records Stacey Christian Music Los Angeles CA.

1076 A: Kvi, Vi, VI, vittsagen

Language unknown Norwegian ? 

1076B: Tiden sa hastigt forsvinner okand forf

B: TIME so rapidly disappears or Time passes so sudden

Okand fort means unknown composer

 

Side B is Swedish

I would like to thank the following people listed below who provided some very valuable information for me  

Vickie Van Artsdalen Google translator gives this in Danish for side B: TIME so rapidly disappears Oakland ancestors

Frank Dalton

78 rpm records & cylinders fan group

Ola Anderstedt Tiden so hastigt forsvinner - “Time passes so sudden" and the text underneath "okand forf" is short for "okänd författare" - means "unknown writer" ie "unknown composer". Other side I don’t understand. Norwegian?

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