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Kochubeys arioso - Three treasures ( - ) (Opera Mazeppa, act 2)



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Original matrix: Gramophone Co. # 7843L
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Gramophone Co. > Concert (Cupid) 3-22831 7843L Reissue (original matrix)
No data for reverse side
International Parlophon ... > International Parlophon (green) 12639 12639 Copied or re-recorded matrix Gold fund
MuzTrust (general list) >  (general list) red 2808 7843L 17081 Reissue (original matrix) Gold fund
Gramophone Co. > Concert (Angel) 3-22831 7843L First edition?? Gold fund
Title Name: Kochubey's arioso - Three treasures
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: Bass with Orchestra | Genre (Music Category): Opera
Artist(s): Vladimir Kastorsky
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Pyotr Tchaikovsky: Opera Mazeppa, act No 2
Lyrics By: Victor Burenin | Based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Poltava
Accompaniment Type: Orchestra
Bandmaster or conductor: Ivan Arkadev
Recording Place: St.-Petersburg | Recording Date: 1908
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Added by: AGP21 | 23.09.2007 18:52 | Last updated by:  andrew-64 | 25.01.2018 11:16
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Yuri, in V.L.Janin book Catalogue of vocal recordings of Russian branch of Gramophone Company, M.: Yazyki Slavyanskoy Cultury, 2002, -736p there is an example of production of pirate record labels, acted in Russia at the beginning of XX century. It is a very similar label with Cat. No 12624 The Wolves of Rubinstein performed by V. Kastorsky. The matrix number is the same as number shown on the label. What do you think about it? Are there any catalogs of this company? (There are no such catalog numbers in the Gramophone Records catalog).
  27.06.2008 19:34
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Alexander, the record mentioned in Janin book is most likely a pirate copy of the Gramophone Company record 3-22576 (4995L). This disc is also pirate copy, but from record 3-22831 (7843L). The other side is copy of 3-22827 (7777L). I even made it visible from the main Gramophone Company catalog under its original numbers. (Look here). The catalog of "International Parlophon Record" is probably exists, but it is extremely rare thing because pirates were not in favor among collectors in the past.
  27.06.2008 20:11
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