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Autumn Song ( ) (Herbstlied)
 

 
 
 
 

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Gold fundPre-Revolutionary recordings 
Herbstlied
(Mendelssohn)
Duett
Herr Bruno u. Herr Oskar Kamionski
St. Petersburg
No. 7045

From the Collection of the Saxon State and University Library (SLUB) / Mediathek (mediathek.slub-dresden.de)
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Additional information: Permanent link: http://mediathek.slub-dresden.de/ton70911861.html
Original matrix: Beka-Record # 7045
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Beka-Record > Beka-Meister-Plastinka (pink) 7045 7045 Original matrix
Reverse Side 8526 8526
Title Name: Autumn Song
Language(s) or Ethnics: german, russian | Catalog category: Duet with piano | Genre (Music Category): Song
Artist(s): Oscar Kamionsky and Clara Brun
Composer: Felix Mendelssohn
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Accompaniment Type: Piano
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Recording Place: St.-Petersburg | Recording Date: 1906
Transfer speed: 78,26 RPM | Speed Measurement Method: Stroboscope 60 Hz
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Label file size: 161.3 KB | 500x335 px | Size of file MP3: 3.7 MB | 3:13 | 160 kbps x 22.1 kHz
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Added by: bernikov | 04.05.2013 03:36 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 04.05.2013 14:25
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Konezni
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recorded 1906 in Berlin
  04.05.2013 13:54
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bernikov
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Thank you for the update! Yet, I think that this side was record in St.-Petersburg. There are few more Oscar Kamionsky records on the website. Apparently, all of them were recorded at the same session. The labels are different, but all of them show St.-Petersburg - it cannot be a coincidence.
  04.05.2013 14:43
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Konezni
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I cannot prove it but am quite shure that Kamionsky's 1906 Bekas were recorded in Berlin. The same year he recorded for Anker, also, as I suspect, in Berlin.
  04.05.2013 15:03
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bernikov
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According to Russian Opera Singers 1750 - 1917, vol 1 book, Oscar Kamionsky and his wife Clara Brun recorded for Beka in 1905 in St.-Petersburg.

Oskar Kamionsky recorded in Berlin just once in 1910. For Anker he recorded also in St.-Petersburg.

Clara Brun never recorded in Berlin.

  04.05.2013 22:32
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1905 is wrong in any case, as the "Beka-Meister" size of 12 inches was introduced only the year after.
  04.05.2013 22:50
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bernikov
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I agree that the year is wrong, but it does not mean that everything else is wrong.
  05.05.2013 01:37
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