Singers of imperial Russia. Volume I

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Notes

  • Compact discs.
  • Pearl: GEMM CD 9997--GEMM CD 9999.
  • Opera arias and songs.
  • Sung predominantly in Russian, with some selections in French, Italian, or Polish.
  • Historical and biographical notes by Harold Barnes and information on the original recordings ([16] p.)--in container.

Contents

  • Ivan Ershov (St. Petersburg, Gramophone & Typewriter Co., 1903): arias and songs by Meyerbeer, Wagner, Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky, and Vil'boa -- Medea Mei-Figner (St. Peterburg, G & T, 1901): arias and songs by Tosti, Rubinstein, Davydov, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, Napravnik, and Bizet -- Nikolaj Figner (St. Petersburg, Berliner, G & T, 1901): arias and songs by Tchaikovsky, Auber, Napravnik, Cui, and Vrangel -- Ioakim Tartakov (St. Petersburg, G & T, 1901): arias and songs by Rubinstein, Ippolitov-Ivanov, Tchaikovsky, and Rossini -- Leonid Sobinov (Moscow, Berliner, G & T, 1901): arias and songs by Dargomyzhsky, Cui, Moniuszko, Tchaikovsky, and Borodin. (St. Peterburg, Berliner, 1901): arias and songs by Verdi, Rimsky-Korsakov, Ivanov, Dargomyzhsky, Tchaikovsky, Gounod, and Gretchaninov. (St. Peterburg, G & T, 1904): arias and songs by Gounod, Flotow, and Nikolaev. (Moscow, Gramophone Co., 1910): arias by Wagner, Bizet, and Massenet. (Moscow, Gramophone Co., 1911): arias by Thomas, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Arensky -- Adamo Didur (Warsaw, Berliner, 1900): arias and songs by Meyerbeer, Tosti, Jan Gall, Meyerbeer, Boito, Moniuszko, and Verdi. (Warsaw, G & T, 1901): arias and songs by Moniuszko, Noszkowski, Hertz, Gall, Maszynski, Boito. (Milan, G & T, 1903): arias by Halévy, Meyerbeer, Gounod, and Boito
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