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Gold fund  Soviet recordings 
Этикетка не соответствует пластинке.
Mirror Transcription: 1016 Reverse side
Original matrix: Gosprossnab NKP (own ... # 1016
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Gosprossnab NKP (own ... > Gosprossnab NKP (discus thrower, red) 1016 1016 First edition??
Reverse Side: Gosprossnab NKP (own ... > Gosprossnab NKP (own, red band) 1017 1017 First edition??
Title Name: The International
Language(s) or Ethnics: French, Russian | Catalog category: Brass Band | Genre (Music Category): Anthem
Artist(s): Revolution Military Council of the Republic Orchestra
Composer: Pierre Degeyter
Lyrics By:
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Bandmaster or conductor:
Recording Place: Moscow | Recording Date: 1923
Transfer speed: 78 RPM
Record size: 25 cm | Label size: 85 mm
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Label file size: 393.5 KB | 1199x1199 px | Audio file size: 5.8 MB | 2:31
Hits: 3398 | Label downloads: 44 | Audio downloads: 109
Added by: TheThirdPartyFiles | 16.08.2011 15:54 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 20.11.2016 21:19
Rating:
9.67 (3 votes)
 
Artistic value: 10.00 (3 votes)
Сollectable value: 10.00 (3 votes)
Label quality: 8.67 (3 votes)
Audio quality: 10.00 (3 votes)
 
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Спасибо!
  23.08.2011 03:37
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Ув. Алексей! Поправьте, пожалуйста, английский перевод исполнителя. РВСР = Реввоенсовет Республики.
  23.08.2011 03:41
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Versh wrote:
Ув. Алексей! Поправьте, пожалуйста, английский перевод исполнителя. РВСР = Реввоенсовет Республики.

Уважаемый Константин!
Спасибо, что проверяете английские переводы! Для меня это очень важно
  23.08.2011 05:21
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It's hard to read the label, but the original (wrong) details seem to say
'Symf. ork. op. Zimina'.

Could this be true? Wikipedia says the Zimin opera closed in 1917 but Sovyetsakaya Entsiklopediya says it continued as a state opera until 1924. So they might have recorded, even if nothing was published.

Can anyone read the conductor's name, after S. F. ?
  23.08.2011 15:35
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Adrian wrote:
Can anyone read the conductor's name, after S. F. ?

The label says the conductor's last name is Ivanov, and maybe his first names are Semen Fedorovich (according to "Teatralnaya Moskva" (1930)). I also would be fascinated to hear the sound of the former Zimin Opera orchestra playing the International
  23.08.2011 16:17
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From this site http://persona.rin.ru/eng/view/f/0/35758/zimin-sergey
"In 1922, Zimin managed to organize a joint stock company 'first free opera SI Zimin' (actually restore the former 'Zimin Opera'), where for two years, was delivered over 20 operas. In 1924 the theater was closed, the troupe brought to trial (but after the investigation is justified for lack of evidence), was confiscated by the collection of paintings Zimin."

So there was a "Zimin opera" at this time, during the NEP. It seems an odd choice of orchestra - could it be that no state symphony orchestras were in a good enough position organisationally to record? I remember reading Albert Coates about the Bolshoi's problems in 1919, but four years later maybe things were better.

But then, the recording equipment and expertise of 1923 don't seem good enough to make a usable recording of a 'symphony orchestra' even with the usual compromises of the acoustic period. So the recordings might have been made and labels printed, but the records might have been unissuable.

Just speculation and guesswork from me!
  24.08.2011 12:26
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This should be in 'own recordings' - assuming that this means post-revolution recordings, and 'reissues' means reissues of pre-revolution recordings.
  11.03.2013 11:46
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