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POLKA FOUR. Old-time, Polka. The tune was recorded for Brunswick Records in New York in June, 1929, by the West Virginia duo the Kessinger Brothers. Clark Kessinger (1896-1975) and Luches Kessinger (1906-1944) were not brothers but were uncle and nephew. Clark Kessinger had a number of marches and polkas in his repertoire, along with more traditional tunes. The record was issued in Canada with the Kessingers being billed as "Les Deux Gastesiens."

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Recorded sources: Brunswick 468 (78 RPM), The Kessinger Brothers (1929). Document DOCD 8012, "Kessinger Brothers vol. 3 1929-1930" (1997).




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