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bernikov
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Судя по тиражу - никогда
 
Все - таки, я буду очень признателен если при случае Вам удастся приобрести для меня один экземпляр - я оплачу все раскходы по приобретению и пересылке
 
  07.07.2008 15:42
Books | Леонид Собинов. Сцена и вся жизнь (AGP21)  
AGP21
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Собинов Л.В.
 
Юрий, Вы спрашивали о том, когда будет эта книга в продаже. Боюсь ошибиться когда, но назову лишь тираж в 300 экз. и все станет ясно. Но если надо - я узнаю.
 
  07.07.2008 04:37
Books | Леонид Собинов. Сцена и вся жизнь (AGP21)  
bernikov
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Спасибо, Александр, за информацию!
 
Каталог очень интересный! Буду очень признателен, если Вы выложите обложку. А Вы не знаете, когда он появится в продаже?
 
  06.07.2008 13:04
Books | Chaliapin’s Yaroslavl trails. From Nerl River to Paris (AGP21)  
AGP21
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Тираж 300
 
Есть у меня еще подобное издание: "Милая моя, родная Россия". Федор Шаляпин и русская провинция. Ярославль. Верхняя Волга. 2003. Но тираж 3000.
А недавно вышел каталог фотографий и фотооткрыток Собинова Л.В. из фондов Ярославского музея "Леонид Собинов. Сцена и вся жизнь". Если интересно, могу тоже обложку выложить или взять ее с нашего форума: http://forum.yar-genealogy.ru/index.php?showtopic=150&pid=5315&st=0&#entry5315
 
  05.07.2008 10:58
Books | Chaliapin’s Yaroslavl trails. From Nerl River to Paris (AGP21)  
Howard
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Re: Red Seal - Label
 
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A misunderstanding is underlying your argumentation. Fact is, 7" recordings were issued as Berliners (without a paper label) several months longer than 10" recordings.
Therefore, as I wrote before, 7" issues of Figner and Vyaltzeva were first, in about February or March 1902, published as Berliners, achieving red label status after September 1902.

Stephan


Then since the 7" Figner and Vyaltseva records were issued with Red labels after September 1902, why would these labels not have had the same design as 10" labels of that time frame? Or was the "Gramophone Red Seal" label reserved for 7" discs only? How long where they used? What other artists have been seen with them? Can I have your Email address, so that we can correspond more directly? hsf318@comcast.net
 
  29.06.2008 15:28
Gramophone Record Red Seal | I remember the evening (Я помню вечер), romance (Howard)  
sobinovv
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Re: Angel backs
 
Howard wrote:
Stephan, I have at least two 107 mm black label discs with full Angel trademarks on the reverse. stamper II pressing G.C.-52323 by Nazzareno Franchi, which is not only 106 mm, but is on a raised plateau! Also first stamper G.C.-53217 by Rita Casini.

A 107 mm label on 1902 (Casini) or 1902-03 (Franchi) pressings is unusual but explainable - either the Gramophone Co. exploited its surplus of 107 mm labels or used up erroneously printed large specimen.

Stephan
 
  28.06.2008 16:29
Gramophone Record Red Seal | I remember the evening (Я помню вечер), romance (Howard)  
sobinovv
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Re: Angel backs
 
Howard wrote:
Not to mention the Sobinov G.C.22519 Berliner, which has a full Angel back.

I also have a Sobinov Berliner with Angel on back, reproduced in Russia. Obviously our specimen were pressed in Riga September 1902 or a little later.
1901 pressings of Sobinov on 7" and 10" Berliners were pressed in Hanover and don't have the Angel back.
7" Berliners of Sobinov of early to mid-1902 and still pressed in Hanover should bear the Angel on back.

Stephan
 
  28.06.2008 16:18
Gramophone Record Red Seal | I remember the evening (Я помню вечер), romance (Howard)  
sobinovv
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Re: Red Seal - Label
 
Howard wrote:
Why could it not be the earliest design, since it was used for both the Figner and the Vyaltseva 7" issues recorded in December 1901, and apparently was never used again?

A misunderstanding is underlying your argumentation. Fact is, 7" recordings were issued as Berliners (without a paper label) several months longer than 10" recordings.
Therefore, as I wrote before, 7" issues of Figner and Vyaltzeva were first, in about February or March 1902, published as Berliners, achieving red label status after September 1902.

Stephan
 
  28.06.2008 16:00
Gramophone Record Red Seal | I remember the evening (Я помню вечер), romance (Howard)  
Howard
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Angel backs
 
Stephan, I have at least two 107 mm black label discs with full Angel trademarks on the reverse. stamper II pressing G.C.-52323 by Nazzareno Franchi, which is not only 106 mm, but is on a raised plateau! Also first stamper G.C.-53217 by Rita Casini. Not to mention the Sobinov G.C.22519 Berliner, which has a full Angel back.
 
  28.06.2008 15:44
Gramophone Record Red Seal | I remember the evening (Я помню вечер), romance (Howard)  
sobinovv
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Re: Red Labels
 
Howard wrote:

I find it hard to believe that the Sobinov 22519 recording, made in June 1901, was not issued for almost a year or more! This is equally true of the Figner and Vyaltzeva recordings made in December 1901. Why would they have been issued with labels AFTER the Caruso recordings of April 1902?

7" recordings of Sobinov, Figner and Vyaltzeva were actually issued before and/or early in 1902, but without a paper label. Hence you can find label-less (Berliner) pressings of the above from the new plant in Riga ("Reproduced in Russia"), put into operation about September 1902!

Stephan
 
  28.06.2008 15:35
Gramophone Record Red Seal | I remember the evening (Я помню вечер), romance (Howard)  
 
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