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To receive the high ruler with dignity (Den hohen Herrscher würdig zu empfangen) (Opera Zar und Zimmermann)
 

 
 
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Zar und Zimmermann (Lortzing)
Den hohen Herrscher würdig zu empfangen
(Singschule)
Georg Hann, Baß
Chor der Münchener Staatsoper
Münchener Philharmoniker
Dir.: Kurt Eichhornn
Mirror Transcription: 01958 LKK Made in Germany LVM 72025 B 26. 8. 50 R Reverse side
Additional information: This is a "variable micrograde recording" of extended playing time.
The transfer from master tape to disc master was done in Hannover on 26 August 1950
Original matrix: Deutsche Grammophon (Berlin) # 01958 LKK
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
German > Deutsche Grammophon (Berlin) LVM 72025B 01958 LKK Original matrix
Reverse Side LVM 72025A 01959 LKK //
Title Name: To receive the high ruler with dignity
Language(s) or Ethnics: german | Catalog category: Bass with choir and philharmonic orchestra | Genre (Music Category): Opera
Artist(s): Georg Hann (Bass) & Chor der Münchner Staatsoper
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Lortzing: Opera Zar und Zimmermann
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Accompaniment Type: Orchestra | Accompanist: Münchener Philharmoniker
Bandmaster or conductor: Kurt Eichhorn
Recording Place: Munich | Recording Date: ~08-1950
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Record size: 30 cm
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File size: 281.4 KB | 1114x1099 px
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Added by: Lotz | 13.05.2021 10:25 | Last updated by:  Andy60 | 19.05.2021 08:02
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