Artia ALP 105 L2
"Probably the American branch of the Czechoslovak publishing house and export company PZO Artia, likely distributing recordings from the Supraphon catalog in the U.S. Like Supraphon, they also used a similar “Lion with Lyre” logo, including the slogan “The Shield of Quality”.

Not to be confused with Artia or Artia Recording Corporation. Parent Label: Artia Recording Corporation Contact Info: Artia Recording Corp. 38 West 48th Street New York 36, New York" [1]


Discogs has some 14 records listed, released from 1958 to 1965.

  • ALP 105 - Orchestre Lauraru Barbu - Roumanian Folk and Dances, Vol. 1, 1958 [2] A Supraphone/Ramco production; Tracks: As In A Breeze / Folk Dance / Three Times I Hoofed The Horse / A Dance / Old Cart // Kalushary Nighingale / Doina Oltu Hora / Sledge With A Little Bell / Mountains, Maontains, Beautiful Pine / A Bud
  • ALP 106 - Orchestre Lauraru Barbu - Roumanian Folk and Dances, Vol. 2, 1958 [3] Tracks: Jocul din Buzau / Catalina, Catalina / Emil Gavris - Cintecul de pe Mures / Joc de doi din Banat / Cimpoi // Cintec de Dragoste, Sarba / Jocul de la Cosereni / Hora de la Naipu / Aurelia Fatu-Radutu - Floricica Macului / Joc de Licurici


  1. Discogs label information, 29.9.2012
  2. Billboard, 30.3.1959, p. 38, review
  3. Folklore Discography, 29.9.2012

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