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Gluskin, Lud Library of Congress/NACO ISNI

Gluskin, Lud 1898-1989 National Library of France

Lud Gluskin US-amerikanischer Jazz-Schlagzeuger und Bandleader Wikidata

VIAF ID: 5119670 (Personal)

Permalink: http://viaf.org/viaf/5119670

ISNI: 0000  0000  1081  6418 

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All by yourself in the moonlight National Library of France
Black and white jazz in Europe, 1929 Library of Congress/NACO
Community mobilization for human needs Library of Congress/NACO
Dancing tambourine National Library of France
Ency. of American radio 1920-1960, 2000 Library of Congress/NACO
Lon Gladstone and Continental Orchestra Library of Congress/NACO
Lud Gluskin and his orchestra Library of Congress/NACO
Lud Gluskin et son jazz Paris-Berlin 1928-1932 National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO
magic of you National Library of France
Moby Dick Library of Congress/NACO
On a note of triumph a CBS broadcast commemorating V-E Day Library of Congress/NACO
On m'suit National Library of France
On top of the world alone National Library of France
One hour with you fox-trot National Library of France
rhythm of the rumba National Library of France
Romantic cycles Library of Congress/NACO
room with a view National Library of France
Salvation Army show. Library of Congress/NACO
The sea has a story. Library of Congress/NACO
Si vous... National Library of France
Takes you National Library of France
Tribute to victory Library of Congress/NACO
trois coups National Library of France
Valse de l'adieu National Library of France
Yes ! National Library of France

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