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Princes cavatina - Unwillingly to these sad shores ( - ) (Opera Rusalka, act 3)
 

 
 
 
 

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Gold fundPre-Revolutionary recordings 
Cavatine a. "Die Wassernixe"
(Dragomischski)
Alexander Rosanoff
Kaiserl. russ. Hofopernsänger
Moskau
No. 8526

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 # 8526
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Beka-Record > Beka-Meister-Plastinka (pink) 8526 8526 Original matrix
Reverse Side 7045 7045
Title Name: Prince's cavatina - Unwillingly to these sad shores
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: Tenor with piano | Genre (Music Category): Opera
Artist(s): Alexander Rosanov
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Alexander Dargomyzhsky: Opera Rusalka, act No 3
Lyrics By: Alexander Dargomyzhsky | Based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Rusalka
Accompaniment Type: Piano
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Recording Place: Berlin | Recording Date: 09-1906
Transfer speed: 78,26 RPM | Speed Measurement Method: Stroboscope 60 Hz
Record size: 25 cm
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Label file size: 160.0 KB | 500x335 px | Size of file MP3: 3.7 MB | 3:12 | 160 kbps x 22.1 kHz
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Added by: bernikov | 04.05.2013 03:44 | Last updated by:  andrew-64 | 22.12.2017 18:55
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Konezni
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recorded 1906 in Berlin
  04.05.2013 13:53
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bernikov
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According to Russian Opera Singers 1750 - 1917, vol 2 book, Alexander Rosanov recorded for Beka in 1906 and 1907, for Odeon in 1912, and for Anker (no year provided) solely in Moskov.

  04.05.2013 21:53
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Konezni
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Rosanov recorded for Beka as well as for Anker in Berlin 1906. I uploaded examples of both on this website.
  05.05.2013 00:13
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bernikov
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Konezni wrote:
I uploaded examples of both on this website.

Sorry, but none of them says that it is recorded in Berlin on the label...
This one says that it is recorded in Moscow and it matches data from the Pruzhansky's book.
  05.05.2013 01:34
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Konezni
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Sorry, but the label speaks of Moscow rather as place of the artist's origin than of recording.
Concerning his Ankers:
Matrixes 1016 (Arelie Révy) and 1037 (Alfred Herbert) were both undoubtedly recorded in Berlin. Between lies Rosanov. It is very unlikely, the Anker engeneers went to Russia to record only 21 sides...
  05.05.2013 11:39
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bernikov
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Dear Raoul, the "artist's origin" is rather vague concept because they were constantly on the move. It cannot be their place of birth either.

I found that on Gramophone Co. records they always showed the place of recording. Why not to assume that Beka did the same?
  05.05.2013 13:05
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sobinovv
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I support Raoul's opinion that this disc was recorded in September 1906 in Berlin. Recording engineer was Willy Bielefeld. No Russian recording tour is reported for Beka during this year. Before you ask, St. Petersburg was visited in June 1905, not 1906!

By the way it wasn't entirely uncommon for the Gramophone Co. to name the artist's residence instead of the place of recording. For example, Wiesbaden is named on recordings of the violinist Hermann Irmer, although his records were taken in Berlin and Frankfurt on the Main.
  06.05.2013 09:49
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bernikov
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Thank you Raoul and Stephan!
  08.05.2013 02:58
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