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bernikov
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Re: Addition
 
Thank you, Andrey!
Interesting, what's the date of recording?
 
  23.09.2008 19:54
MusTrust VSNH (el) | God’s Fool Scene (Сцена юродивого - Борис! А, Борис! Обидели юродивого) (Opera «Boris Godunov», act 4) (alscheg)  
nezhdan
Member

Addition
 
Following in the description is:
Politkovsky (plays the part of Boris) and Khanaev (plays the part of Shuysky)
(Translated from Russian)
 
  23.09.2008 06:15
MusTrust VSNH (el) | God’s Fool Scene (Сцена юродивого - Борис! А, Борис! Обидели юродивого) (Opera «Boris Godunov», act 4) (alscheg)  
bernikov
Admin

Swift as the waves...The lyrics
 
Быстры, как волны,
Все дни нашей жизни,
Что час, то короче
К могиле наш путь.
Налей, налей, товарищ,
Заздравную чару,
Бог знает, что с нами
Случится впереди.

Припев:

По рюмочке, по рюмочке,
Тир-лим-бом-бом, Тир-лим-бом-бом,
По маленькой, по маленькой,
Тир-лим-бом-бом, Тир-лим-бом-бом,
Пьёшь - не пьёшь,
А всё-таки умрёшь,
Выпьешь, закусишь,
И снова запоёшь...

Умрешь – похоронят,
Как не жил на свете,
Сгниешь – не восстанешь
К веселью друзей.
Налей, налей, товарищ,
Заздравную чару,
Бог знает, что с нами
Случится впереди.

Припев.

Переработка песни студента-медика А. Сребрянского «Вино». В таком виде стала одной из популярнейших студенческих песен XIX века. Вариантов много. «Вино» - единственная песня Сребрянского, получившая распространение.

Андрей Порфирьевич Сребрянский (1808-1838) - воронежский семинарист, основал в Воронежской семинарии литературно-философский кружок, куда входил юный Алексей Кольцов. Затем – студент Московской медико-хирургической академии. Умер от туберкулеза в августе 1838 года. Кольцов посвятил ему два стихотворения: "А. П. Сребрянскому" <1829> и "Стенька Разин. Памяти друга А. П. Сребрянского", 1838, бытовавшее в дальнейшем как народная песня. ПЕСЕННИК АНАРХИСТА-ПОДПОЛЬЩИКА
 
  22.09.2008 14:45
His Master’s Voice (HMV) | Swift as the waves all the days of our life (Быстры, как волны все дни нашей жизни), students’ song (bernikov)  
AGP21
Member

Interpretation in the Art of Singing - Part II
 
Thanks for the article - it's interesting.
 
  20.09.2008 14:55
Vladimir Rosing | Interpretation in the Art of Singing - Part II (Интрепретация в искусстве пения - Часть II) (bernikov)  
Adamson
Expert

Re: Further notes (from a new member)
 
Howard wrote:
Adamson wrote:


There is (at least) one other design of heading on these discs ("E.Berliner's..." etc. in Russian). It has a spelling mistake: "Grammofn" with the final "o" missing!

Peter


Peter, would you please identify the discthat has the spelling error "Grammofn"?


Very briefly: the one I have seen (presumably the first design?) is:

20023: In my soul (Wrangel): Oreshkevich
[= Polish tenor, Teodor Orzeszkiewicz]
dated 2 April 1899 [Old Style]

[No luck with getting a readable scan of that 7-inch red G&T label, as the lettering is too decayed, and the effect is of greenish brown on, er, reddish brown -- will have to resort to digital trickery, when I have some time :]

Peter
 
  20.09.2008 13:12
E.Berliner Gramophone | Lensky’s arioso - I Love you, Olga (Ариозо Ленского - Я люблю вас, Ольга) (Opera «Eugene Onegin», act 1) (Golovko)  
Howard
Expert

Re: Further notes (from a new member)
 
Adamson wrote:
Thanks, Stephan and Yuri, for discussing an example of a very great Russian rarity. I should like to add a few comments, based on my own experience.

Sinkler Darby was indeed sent to St Petersburg quite separately from the new Gramophone Company in Europe, and he made quite a large number of records (and he had quite a good time, it seems! -- he was only 20 years old...) Apart from these now most rare discs, he made also a few personal discs to send to his family; his daughter Kathleen showed me two of these original zinc discs, several years ago.

The catalogue numbers of the St Petersburg discs are a simple series, 20000, etc; this follows on from earlier series such as 10000, 11000 (etc) for special Eastern, Russian (etc) recordings made in *London* in early 1899 (you have an example of one of the Russian discs reproduced elsewhere on this website). This is effectively why the official European tour recordings were given 'language' digits 3, 4, 5, 6 -- the 1's and the 2's had already been used!

Copies of this 20000 series of Darby's discs are held at the EMI archives (which is of course how Alan Kelly was able to list them) although they were 'unofficial' recordings. They were pressed at the Hanover factory; presumably copies were kept at the time and in due course sent to London.

They were naturally unable to display the 'angel' trademark, and I don't know whether they ever became 'official' enough to have the angel added retrospectively; that would need to be checked at EMI. (Of those that I have seen, none has had an angel added to it. However, 'added angels' are quite common on the very early *London* discs.)

There is (at least) one other design of heading on these discs ("E.Berliner's..." etc. in Russian). It has a spelling mistake: "Grammofn" with the final "o" missing!

I am not sure why Leonard Petts referred to the first European tour (Gaisberg and Darby together) going to Russia just after Leipzig, and I can't remember what (if anything) I thought of this idea back in 1988. It might just be a misinterpretation of Darby's (earlier) separate visit to St Petersburg. (Leonard's comments were part of a review in 'Hillandale News' of 'my' CD of Berliner discs, where he elaborated freely on the historical notes I provided for the CD.)

Lastly, Alan Kelly's email is indeed the same as before he moved house.

I am sorry that this is a rather long comment!

Peter


Peter, would you please identify the discthat has the spelling error "Grammofn"?
 
  19.09.2008 14:46
E.Berliner Gramophone | Lensky’s arioso - I Love you, Olga (Ариозо Ленского - Я люблю вас, Ольга) (Opera «Eugene Onegin», act 1) (Golovko)  
bernikov
Admin

It's my attempt to translate in English
 
It's not a little autumn drizzle
Sprinkles, sprinkles trough the fog
It’s a fellow young lad
Sheds the tears onto his velvet caftan.

«Enough, brother, enough!
You are not a damsel:
Drink - and the anguish will go away!
Drink, drink - and the anguish will go away!»

It is not anguish, dear fellows,
It’s a sadness that deeply sank down.
Those days of bright spring happiness
I won’t see again.

Just like each Russian loves his country,
I love to remember
Those days of bright spring happiness
I won’t see again.
 
  18.09.2008 16:08
His Master’s Voice (HMV) | Not a little autumn drizzle (Не осенний мелкий дождичек), song (bernikov)  
AGP21
Member

Звезды. Квартет
 
Слова этой песни из каталога либретто:

Тихая, звездная ночь,
Трепетно светит луна,
Сладки уста красоты
В тихую звездную ночь.
Сладки уста красоты (3 раза)
В тихую ночь, звездную ночь (2 раза).
В тихую звездную ночь, звездную ночь.
Друг мой, в сияньи ночном,
Как мне печаль превозмочь?
В мире светло, как любовь,
В звездную, звездную ночь.
В мире светло, как любовь,
В ясную ночь, в звездную ночь,
В звездную ночь (последние 3 строки 3 раза).
 
  11.09.2008 18:57
Etched Labels Патé | The Stars (Звёзды) (bernikov)  
AGP21
Member

Re: А вот и слова песни, присланные Александром Щеглаковым
 
Все точно, в либретто также
 
  11.09.2008 18:55
Etched Labels Патé | The Night (Ночь) (bernikov)  
AGP21
Member

Звезды. Пате
 
В копии каталога либретто, хранящейся у меня (пока не определен год) под номером 24560 значится песня "Звезды" в исполнении мужского вокального квартета, а в алфавитном указателе расшифрован его состав: М.Чупрынников, Н.М.Сафонов, Н.Н.Кедров и Торский (псевдоним В.И.Касторского)
 
  11.09.2008 18:53
Etched Labels Патé | The Stars (Звёзды) (bernikov)  
 
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