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Ataniel Aria - Here is a city of shame and evil ( - ) (Opera Thaïs, act 1)



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Gold fundPre-Revolutionary recordings 
- 23536 - -
. .. .
85690 ER

from Alexander Proidakov collection.
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Additional information: Voila donc la terrible citte
Original matrix: Pathé Record # 85690-ER
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Pathé Record > Etched Labels é 23536 85690 ER First edition??
Reverse Side 23536 82619 ER
Title Name: Ataniel Aria - Here is a city of shame and evil
Language(s) or Ethnics: french, russian | Catalog category: Baritone with Orchestra | Genre (Music Category): Opera
Artist(s): Sergey Levik
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Jules Massenet: Opera Thaïs, act No 1
Lyrics By: L.Gallet
Accompaniment Type: Orchestra
Bandmaster or conductor:
Recording Place: St.-Petersburg | Recording Date: 1913
Transfer speed: 90:00 RPM
Record size: 28 cm | Label size: 115 mm
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Label file size: 447.2 KB | 1000x1000 px | Size of file MP3: 3.7 MB | 2:40 | 192 kbps x 44.1 kHz
Hits: 1390 | Label downloads: 26 | Audio downloads: 61
Added by: horseman | 22.07.2012 21:37 | Last updated by:  horseman | 23.07.2012 11:13
8.38 (2 votes)
Artistic value: 9.00 (2 votes)
ollectable value: 9.00 (2 votes)
Label quality: 10.00 (2 votes)
Audio quality: 5.50 (2 votes)
Author Comment
What a shame there are still people who play such a rare record on an acoustic gramophone! That's wilful destruction of cultural heritage through ignorance and stupidity! Less than $1000 buys you an excellent modern turntable with a set of proper styli that don't wear out your records - and don't tell me you don't have the money: just put one or two of your old phonographs on auction, as you won't ever want to hear these grotesque beasts anyway after listening to the real sound of your records on a good modern machine.
  27.07.2012 13:24
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