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The red Sarafan (Красный сарафан), folk song
 

 
 
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RUSSIAN CHOIR
Der rote Sarafan Красный сарафанъ
Volkslied
The red Sarafan La sarafana roja
Ural Cossacks's Choir
Cond. by: A. Csholuch - Tenor solo: Basil Bolotin

From Vladimir Timokhov collection, Moscow
Mirror Transcription: R 65005 GP Made in Germany Mechan. copt. 1928
Original matrix: Deutsche Grammophon (Berlin) # 808 bm
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Polydor (German) > Polydor (electric processing) R 65005 808 bm 19800 Reissue (original matrix)
Reverse Side R 65004 807 bm ––//––
German > Deutsche Grammophon (Berlin) R 65005 808 bm 19800 Original matrix
Deutsche Grammophon ... > Die Stimme seines Herrn R 65005 808 bm 19800 Reissue (original matrix) Gold fund
Deutsche Grammophon ... > Die Stimme seines Herrn R 65005 808 bm 19800 First edition?? Gold fund
Polydor (German) > Polydor (electric processing) R 65005 808 bm 19800 Reissue (original matrix) Bronze fund
Polydor (German) > Polydor (electric processing) R 65005 808 bm 19800 Reissue (original matrix) Bronze fund
Title Name: The red Sarafan
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: Male Choir | Genre (Music Category): Folk song
Artist(s): Ural Cossacks's Choir
Composer:
Lyrics By:
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Bandmaster or conductor: Andrei Scholuch | Solo artist: Basile Bolotine
Recording Place: Berlin | Recording Date: 1927...1928
Transfer speed: 78 RPM
Record size: 30 cm
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Label file size: 1.3 MB | 1300x1300 px | Size of file MP3: 5.1 MB | 4:43 | 150 kbps x 44.1 kHz
Hits: 1982 | Label downloads: 23 | Audio downloads: 76
Added by: Voot | 31.07.2011 16:42 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 14.12.2014 02:08
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Basil Bolotin
Basil Bolotin became a member of the Don Cossack Chorus Serge Jaroff in 1929 an was soloist there over 50 years.

http://www.russian-records.com/articles.php?article=zharoff-bernikov/member/bolotine&cat_id=367&l=english
  01.08.2011 04:42
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grettinaTX
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I can document Bolotin's presence in the choir till about 1968, but no later. Was he in the final concert in Paris in 1979? He would have been 84 by then!
  09.12.2014 20:59
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Wassily Flustikoff (born 1902) was, I suppose, the oldest member beside Serge Jaroff (born 1896) at the Farewell Tour 1971/72.

http://russian-records.com/articles.php?article=zharoff-bernikov/member/flustikoff&cat_id=367&l=english

I don't know whether Basile Bolotine was there at the 1979 concert in Paris. I have never seen a photo or a members list of that concert.

So the information that Bolotine was a member 50 years since 1929 could be wrong.
  11.12.2014 16:45
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Konezni
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Complete matrix number is 808 bm, recorded late 1927/early 1928 in Berlin.
  12.12.2014 13:03
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bernikov
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Konezni wrote:
Complete matrix number is 808 bm, recorded late 1927/early 1928 in Berlin.

Thank you! Is the original matrix Polydor or Gramophone ?
  13.12.2014 02:05
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Konezni
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"Polydor" was an export label of Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft for outside Germany (like "Nordisk Polyphon" for Scandinavian countries). The label "Grammophon" was only sold in Germany, as this trade mark (for the international market) belonged to the British Gramophone Company.
  13.12.2014 23:18
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bernikov
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Konezni wrote:
"Polydor" was an export label of Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft for outside Germany (like "Nordisk Polyphon" for Scandinavian countries). The label "Grammophon" was only sold in Germany, as this trade mark (for the international market) belonged to the British Gramophone Company.

Thank you, I will reformat the Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaf catalog.
  16.12.2014 01:30
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Lotz
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Dates for the Cossack 800 bm matrix block
you can correct the date to
Berlin February 1928
for all sides of the session
  15.01.2018 16:18
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bernikov
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Thank you, Rainer!
I will do it through the "back door" when I come back from the vacation.
  15.01.2018 18:28
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