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Solovay Budimirovichs serenade - All is silent in your garden ( - , ) (Opera Zabava Putyatishna, act 3)
 

 
 
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Gold fundPre-Revolutionary recordings 
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From Vladimir Timokhov collection, Moscow
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Record Mini-Discography: Etched Labels é > Solovay Budimirovichs serenade - All is silent in your garden ( - , ) (Opera Zabava Putyatishna, act 3)
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Pathé Record > Etched Labels é 21013 7303 Copied or re-recorded matrix
Reverse Side 21860 43545 GR
Title Name: Solovay Budimirovich's serenade - All is silent in your garden
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: Tenor with Piano
Artist(s): David Yuzhin
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Mikhail Ivanov: Opera Zabava Putyatishna, act No 3
Lyrics By: Victor Burenin
Accompaniment Type: Piano
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Recording Place: Moscow | Recording Date: 1904
Transfer speed: 90 RPM | Speed Measurement Method: Quartz-controlled lock
Record size: 28 cm
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Label file size: 1.0 MB | 1300x1300 px | Size of file MP3: 2.3 MB | 2:12 | 149 kbps x 44.1 kHz
Hits: 2835 | Label downloads: 17 | Audio downloads: 38
Added by: Voot | 20.11.2012 17:52 | Last updated by:  andrew-64 | 23.01.2018 17:44
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Artistic value: 10.00 (3 votes)
ollectable value: 9.33 (3 votes)
Label quality: 10.00 (3 votes)
Audio quality: 9.33 (3 votes)
 
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 horseman 
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Every Pathe disc was a transfer from a cylinder. By this date the original recording would be on a large-size master cylinder.
  22.11.2012 10:24
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If all Pathe discs stampers transferred from big size master cylinder, why the differences are so large in record quality. May be part of small commercial cylinders were transferred later to the Pathe disks?
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I don't know when they started the master cylinder system, and I agree that maybe some of the first discs probably came from commercial cylinders. I have the feeling that moulded cylinders were being sold in various sizes before the first discs in 1905, and I imagine the master cylinder system was in use by then.

To me, this is not too bad for a Pathe, especially of 1903. Some of the distortion is 'tracing distortion', from playing with a very wide diameter stylus. Pathes are very variable in quality and similar sounds can be heard on much later Pathes. Other lower-frequency distortion might be more common on earlier recordings but I don't know what the cause is.
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