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Gold fund  Pre-Revolutionary recordings 
Torerolied aus "Carmen."
(Bizet.)
Gesungen von
Oskar Kamionski, Bariton,
St. Petersburg.

From the collection of Per Backman
Mirror Transcription: 3-931-2-conp
Record Mini-Discography: Anker Record (logo on the right) > Torerolied (, ) (Opera Carmen)
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Anker-Record > Anker Record (logo on the right) 14025 931 2
Reverse Side 14024 930 2
Title Name: Torerolied
Language(s) or Ethnics: Russian | Catalog category: Baritone with Piano | Genre (Music Category): Opera
Artist(s): Oscar Kamionsky
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Georges Bizet: Opera Carmen
Lyrics By:
Accompaniment Type: Piano
Bandmaster or conductor:
Recording Place: Berlin | Recording Date: 1906
Transfer speed: 78 RPM
Record size: 25 cm | Label size: 92 mm
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Label file size: 798.8 KB | 1200x1219 px | Audio file size: 2.4 MB | 3:20
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Added by: 229pelle | 20.11.2011 11:11 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 01.10.2016 20:05
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Konezni
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recorded 1906
  24.05.2013 08:15
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Konezni
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I am shure Kamionsky's Ankers were also (like Rosanoff's) recorded in Berlin.
  28.05.2013 06:59
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bernikov
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Do you have any document confirming your statements?
  29.05.2013 08:09
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937, 939 & 945 are recordings of the cornetist Fritz Werner (of the Berlin Court Opera House), who possibly also plays in Kamionsky's accompanying "orchestra" on 940 - 942.
  29.05.2013 17:06
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Actually Fritz Werner was member of the Wiesbaden Court Opera House which was "affiliated" to the Berlin one. But there is no clue for Wiesbaden as recording place.
  29.05.2013 18:09
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bernikov
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Thank you for the information! Most likely you are right.

Look at this magazine, page 13. There is bilingual article about Anker-Record. Unfortunately, it has a lot of emotions and a few facts. However, the article makes it clear that its author Philipp Kroll can not be Anker-Record recording engineer as it is stated in the P.N.Grünberg book.

There is another mistake in Grünberg book - the Anker-Record records appeared on Russian market much earlier than 1910. The first mentioning I found in the The Gramophone News magazine, 1, April 1907, page 20 where it said that the price of Anker-Record records is 1 Ruble 75 kopeks for single-sided grand, 2 Rubles 50 kopeks for double-sided grand.
  29.05.2013 23:19
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interesting gossip with charming misspellings in "Grammophon-Welt"
  01.06.2013 06:52
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