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Gold fund  Pre-Revolutionary recordings 
R. 80534_
Маттината_
Соло на скрипке_
Проф. Ранцато_

Из коллекции Андрея Минкина, Барнаул
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Original matrix: AICC #
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Pathé Record > Etched Labels Патé R-80534 54692 Copied or re-recorded matrix
Reverse Side R-80674 52743
Cylinders > AICC First edition??
Title Name: Mattinata
Language(s) or Ethnics: Italian | Catalog category: Violin with Piano | Genre (Music Category): Chamber Piece
Artist(s): Virgilio Ranzato
Composer: Ruggero Leoncavallo
Lyrics By:
Accompaniment Type: piano
Bandmaster or conductor:
Recording Place: Milano | Recording Date: 05-1904...05-1905
Transfer speed: 90 RPM
Record size: 29 cm | Label size: 100 mm
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Label file size: 651.1 KB | 1840x1798 px | Audio file size: 2.0 MB | 2:11
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Added by: Andrei | 10.01.2014 07:49 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 19.01.2014 11:25
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Andrei
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Вирджилио Ранцато родился в Венеции 7 мая 1882 года, умер в Комо 20 апреля 1937
  10.01.2014 07:51
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Adrian
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The announcement shows this was sponsored by the Anglo-Italian Commerce Company who were active around 1903. But the song dates from 1904. I don't know how long the AICC existed for but I suspect 1909 is too late.
  11.01.2014 18:00
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sobinovv
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Pathé Frères took over the Italian business of A.I.C.C. in May 1905, transferring its cylinder repertoire to disc. These were (re-)issued in the 80000 to 83000 Pathé series.
  15.01.2014 15:17
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Добавьте, пож., русское название - "Рассвет".
  15.01.2014 17:07
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bernikov
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sobinovv wrote:
Pathé Frères took over the Italian business of A.I.C.C. in May 1905, transferring its cylinder repertoire to disc. These were (re-)issued in the 80000 to 83000 Pathé series.

Thank you! May be prefix "R-" in catalog numbers means "re-issue" ?
  15.01.2014 17:38
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Adrian
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and it can't be earlier that 1904, the date of the song's publication.

Funnily enough it was commissioned by the Gramophone Company who got Caruso to record it on April 8th 1904. http://www.russian-records.com/details.php?image_id=18829 They got John Harrison their standard English tenor to record it on black label, and no doubt others in different countries and languages. And of course it became popular and was recorded many times later, but this recording must date from the song's first popularity.

и это не может быть ранее, что 1904, дата публикации песни.

Как ни странно это было по заказу Граммофон Company, который получил Карузо, чтобы записать ее на 8 апреля 1904. http://www.russian-records.com/details.php?image_id=18829 Они получили Джон Харрисон их стандартный английский тенор для записи его на черной этикеткой, и, несомненно другим в разных странах и языках . И, конечно, она стала популярной и была записана во много раз позже, но это должно датируются первой популярности песни.
  16.01.2014 09:33
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bernikov
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Great, now we have narrowed the range of the possible recording date from May 1904 to May 1905 - not so bad in accuracy!
  16.01.2014 21:12
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