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Song of Ilyinichna - The wind is walking at the gate ( - ), opera (Tragedy Prince Kholmsky)
 

 
 
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Duplicates fundSoviet recordings 
Music of Glinka and Tchaikovsky
1. Glinka: Poputnaia - Traveler's Song 2:10
2. Glinka: Kosa - The Scythe (Gypsy Song) 3:27
3. Glinka: Khodit Veter u Vorot - The Wind is Blowing at the Gate 1:34

4. Glinka: Molitva - A Prayer 15:00
Solo: Ivan Kozlovsky
Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolhsoi Theatre conducted by Eugene Svetlanov.

Solo: Band 2 & 3 - Ludmilla Legostayeva
Band 1, 2 & 3 - Radio Chorus conducted by Serafina Popova
Orchestra conducted by Vassili Tselikovsky

From the collection of Christian Kenny
Mirror Transcription: MC 2055 A DT [DBH] 99
Record Mini-Discography: American > Song of Ilyinichna - The wind is walking at the gate ( - ), opera (Tragedy Prince Kholmsky)
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Title Name: Song of Ilyinichna - The wind is walking at the gate
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: Mezzo-Soprano with Choir and Orchestra | Genre (Music Category): Opera
Artist(s): Lyudmila Legostaeva
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Mikhail Glinka: Tragedy Prince Kholmsky
Lyrics By: Nestor Kukolnik
Accompaniment Type: Choir and Orchestra | Accompanist: All-Union Radio Committee Song Ensemble
Bandmaster or conductor: Serafina Popova (choir) and Vasily Tselikovsky (orchestra)
Recording Place: Moscow | Recording Date: ~1952-1957 (?) | Manufacturing date: 1961
Transfer speed: 33⅓ RPM | Speed Measurement Method: Digital Tachometer
Record size: 25 cm | Label size: 80 mm
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Label file size: 781.3 KB | 1446x1446 px | Size of file FLAC: 3.9 MB | 1:34 | 346 kbps x 48 kHz x 16 bit
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Added by: ckenny | 24.04.2022 19:25
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Christian Kenny (ckenny)
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Is it possible to determine the year of recording? I couldnt find any information on the internet. There are 5 more songs from the VRK ensemble on this disk, if someone is interested
  24.04.2022 19:26
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Mike G. Jurkevich (mgj)
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  24.04.2022 22:13
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Christian Kenny (ckenny)
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Mike G. Jurkevich wrote:
1961, due to https://www.discogs.com/release/12346645-Tchaikovsky-Glinka-S-Lemeshev-T-Lavrova-I-Kozlovsky-Moscow-Philharmonic-Orchestra-Bolshoi-Theatre-Or


Thanks for the response Mike. Maybe my first comment wasnt clear enough . The disk was released in 1961 in the USA, that is correct.

However, the conductor Vassily Tselikovsky was only alive until 1958 -" (30 (11) 1900 , 5 1958, )".

It seems that Lyudmila Legostaeva did not record anything after 1954 (according to the catalog data in records.su). She was a soloist of the ensemble until 1960.

Unless the information about the conductor is not correct, it would seem that the recording is at least older than 1958? Perhaps one of the state archives would have more information about the original recording year?
  24.04.2022 22:39
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