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Base fundPre-Revolutionary recordings 
Ноченька
Ф.И. Шаляпинъ
Арт. Императорской Моск. Оперы
MOSKAU
G.C.-22891
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Original matrix: Gramophone Co. # 621x
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Gramophone Co. > Concert (Angel) 22891 621x First edition??
Single-sided record
Gramophone Co. > Concert (Angel) 22891 621x First edition. Flush label, Reproduced in Hanover, no angel logo on back. Base fund
Gramophone Co. > Concert (Angel) 22891 621x First edition. Reproduced in Russia, Large Angel logo on back. Base fund
Neographon > Neographon (red, "noiseless") 22891 621x Base fund
Title Name: Nochenka (Night)
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: Bass | Genre (Music Category): Folk song
Artist(s): Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin
Composer:
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Accompaniment Type: Unaccompanied
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Recording Place: Moscow | Recording Date: 02-1902
Transfer speed: 72 RPM
Record size: 25 cm
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Label file size: 1.5 MB | 995x1004 px | Size of file MP3: 5.4 MB | 2:57 | 256 kbps x 44.1 kHz
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Added by: pushkin | 11.11.2012 03:39 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 24.11.2016 02:58
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sobinovv
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Sing, little cuckoo
"Nochenka" sounds similar to the song "Sing, little cuckoo" from the prologue of Pskovityanka (The Maid of Pskov), an opera by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. From 1909, Chaliapin made this opera famous, when he starred in the role of Tsar Ivan the Terrible.

Can anybody explain the correlation - if there is one?
  11.09.2013 20:19
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