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

 
 
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Gold fundPre-Revolutionary recordings 
E. BERLINER'S GRAMOPHONE

G.C.-22519
Russian --- Tenor


. ""
.. . . . .
Moskau

from Alexander Proidakov collection.
Mirror Transcription: 22519 - 263 nB - 15
Additional information: One of the earliest 10-inch recordings, published first as a Berliner without paper label. This disc no has Recording Angel trademark on the reverse.
Original matrix: Gramophone Co. # 263G
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Gramophone Co. > E.Berliner Gramophone 22519 263G First edition. No Angel logo on Back. Reproduced in Hanover.
Single-sided record
Gramophone Co. > E.Berliner Gramophone 22519 263G First edition?? Gold fund
Gramophone Co. > E.Berliner Gramophone 22519 263G First edition?? Gold fund
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): Leonid Sobinov
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Alexander Dargomyzhsky: Opera Rusalka, act No 3
Lyrics By: Alexander Dargomyzhsky | Based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Rusalka
Accompaniment Type: Piano | Accompanist: P.P.Gross
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Recording Place: Moscow | Recording Date: 06-1901
Transfer speed: 75:00 RPM
Record size: 25 cm | Label size: 108 mm
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File size: 842.6 KB | 1000x1000 px
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Added by: horseman | 01.06.2016 14:53 | Last updated by:  andrew-64 | 22.12.2017 18:56
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sobinovv
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Are you sure the Sobinov 10" Berliner was pressed in Riga? That pressing plant was only opened in September 1902. Can you read "Reproduced in Russia" on backside?
  26.01.2011 07:15
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Adrian
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I'm sorry to report that the owner died in 2009.

The Recording Angel trademark back is another late feature that seems too late for a 10 inch Berliner.

Here in the UK the only 10 inch Berliners were even rarer and may have only been experimental. Then the equipment went on a recording tour (to Russia among other places). When it returned to London the matrix numbers were about 995 and all recordings after that were all issued with paper labels. But these paper label records had plain backs for quite a while.

I've seen Berliners reissued later with paper labels, but maybe they were earlier types without the embossed lettering, which perhaps they couldn't remove.
  26.01.2011 21:04
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kluwer
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sobinovv wrote:
Are you sure the Sobinov 10" Berliner was pressed in Riga? That pressing plant was only opened in September 1902. Can you read "Reproduced in Russia" on backside?


I have a copy of this record also.. It has the trademarkangel on the back but it has stated "reproduced in HANOVER"

Best,

Erwin
  12.04.2013 09:15
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