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Vaha 373. II
Lenskio Ariå
Eugen Onegin
(Tjaikovskuj)
solist Georg Vinogradov

Courtesy of Robert Schlesinger
Mirror Transcription:   Reverse side
Additional information: http://www.historicaltenors.net/russian/vinogradov.html
Record Mini-Discography: Rytmi > Lenskys aria - Whither, whither have you gone ( - , , ) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 2)
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Finnish > Rytmi 373 2 Copy from disc to disc
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Title Name: Lensky's aria - Whither, whither have you gone
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: Tenor with piano | Genre (Music Category): Opera
Artist(s): Georgy Vinogradov
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Pyotr Tchaikovsky: Opera Eugene Onegin, act No 2
Lyrics By: Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky | Based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin
Accompaniment Type: Piano | Accompanist: Kirill Vinogradov
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Recording Place: Helsinki | Recording Date: 27-01...11-02-1945
Transfer speed: 79 RPM
Record size: 25 cm
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Label file size: 356.2 KB | 1033x985 px | Size of file MP3: 2.4 MB | 2:36 | 128 kbps x 44.1 kHz
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Added by: TheThirdPartyFiles | 06.01.2022 04:28 | Last updated by:  Wiktor | 18.01.2022 18:09
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  06.01.2022 19:06
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Adrian Hindle-Briscall (Adrian)
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These seem to be direct-cut "acetate" discs, not pressed records. The damage to the labels suggests this, and also the sound.

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  07.01.2022 19:24
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Raoul Konezni (Konezni)
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But they show matrix numbers that fit into Rytmis regular numbering...
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Robert Schlesinger wrote:
Its definitely no shellac; a glossy coating on I dont know which kind of core. These discs must have been made for internal use at Rytmis, so as to decide on what to publish and what not; this is clear from the disc with the two Kuda, kuda takes, where the label of take 1 has been crossed out in blue, so they evidently chose take 2 for publication (from the discussion on your site, I gather that it was actually published subsequently). The choice for take 2 is obvious, not only because its the better (more lively) rendition by Vinogradov, but also if you look at the graph in any audio program: on Vinogradovs first note, in take 1, the level is too high in comparison with the rest of the recording; I guess he was louder than expected by the recording engineer, who must have spontaneously reduced recording level after that first line.
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Adrian Hindle-Briscall (Adrian)
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It was possible to make a stamper from an acetate, and this was the standard way later. But they used special oversized disks, and at this tme I think they would use wax for this purpose.
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