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Pari siamo ( - ) (Opera Rigoletto, act 1)



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Gold fundPre-Revolutionary recordings 
Russian Bariton w.Orch.
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From the collection of Jukka Kettunen, Finland
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Record Mini-Discography: Concert (Cupid) > Pari siamo ( - ) (Opera Rigoletto, act 1)
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Gramophone Co. > Concert (Cupid) 4-22034 7067r
Reverse Side 3-22551 4976L
MuzTrust (general list) >  (general list) blue 4-22034 7067r 15016 Reissue (copied or re-recorded matrix) ? Gold fund
Title Name: Pari siamo
Language(s) or Ethnics: russian | Catalog category: Baritone with Orchestra | Genre (Music Category): Opera
Artist(s): N.A.Shevelev
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Giuseppe Verdi: Opera Rigoletto, act No 1
Lyrics By: Francesco Maria Piave | Based on: Victor Hugo: Drama The King Amuses Himself
Accompaniment Type: Orchestra
Bandmaster or conductor:
Recording Place: Moscow | Recording Date: 12-1909
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Record size: 25 cm
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Label file size: 152.2 KB | 940x930 px | Size of file MP3: 2.9 MB | 3:12 | 128 kbps x 44.1 kHz
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Added by: TheThirdPartyFiles | 08.01.2010 09:18 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 15.02.2011 04:21
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Join Date: 03.07.2009
Are you sure you that it must be an electrical transcription? I think this is an early Muztrest, maybe before any electrics were issued. And there can be other explanations.

Sometimes the cutting stylus can move the position of the previous groove. This is not common. Or perhaps the processing of the stamper could cause it.

The other explanation is an acoustic transcription using a 'pantograph'. I have been told of one like this, a Katulskaya, where the recording speed varies wildly.
  05.02.2011 22:33
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