Feodor Chaliapin - Scenes From Russian Opera FLAC album
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Proper title, as on the booklet and insert, is 'Scenes from Russian Opera'. Jacket has side titles of 'Boris Goudonov' and 'Russian Operatic Arias'. Spine has 'Boris Goudonov - Excerpts' as a title. Labels are titled 'Excerpts From "Boris Goudonov"' and 'Russian Operatic Arias'. The sleeve has a plastic pull-stick to slide it from the jacket.
Russian opera (Russian: Ру́сская о́пера Rússkaya ópera) is the art of opera in Russia. Operas by composers of Russian origin, written or staged outside of Russia, also belong to this category, as well as the operas of foreign composers written or intended for the Russian scene.
He was known to people in the barracks and universities, factories and street markets - people of all walks of life, including those who had never in their lives attended an opera performance.
There was an exceptional harmony between the powerful opera and the brilliant performer. Since then, Mussorgsky's opera has become a phenomenon not only in Russian music but also in world music. In June and July 2018, it will again appear on the stage of Opéra Garnier in Paris under the baton of Russian conductor Vladimir Jurowski in a production by Belgian director Ivo van Hove. 3. 'The Queen of Spades' – Pyotr Tchaikovsky.
Released by Melodia Jan 2008 14 Tracks.
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|Excerpts From "Boris Goudonov"|
|A1||Coronation Scene (Prologue)
Conductor – Albert Coates
|A2||I Have Attained The Highest Power (Act 2)|
|A3||I Am Suffocating ! (Act 2)|
|A4||Farewell, Prayer And Death Of Boris (Act 4)
Conductor – Vincenzo Bellezza
|Russian Operatic Arias|
|B1||Russlan And Ludmilla: Rondo Of Farlaf
Written By – Pushkin—GlinkaWritten-By – Glinka*
|B2||Roussalka: Miller's Aria
Written By – Pushkin— DargomishkyWritten-By – Dargomishky*
|B3||Roussalka: Mad Scene And Death Of The Miller
Tenor Vocals [With, Tenor] – G. M. Pozemkovsky*Written By – Pushkin— DargomishkyWritten-By – Dargomishky*
|B4||Prince Igor: Aria Of Khan Kontchak
Conductor – Albert CoatesOrchestrated By [Orch.] – Glazunov*Written By – Stassof—BorodinWritten-By – Borodin*, Stassof*
|B5||Sadko: Song Of The Viking Guest
Conductor – Lawrance CollingwoodWritten By – Belsky—Rimsky-KorsakovWritten-By – Rimsky-Korsakov*, Belsky*
- Record Company – Electric & Musical Industries (U.S.) Ltd.
- Conductor – M. Steinmann* (tracks: A2, A3, B1 to B3)
- Liner Notes ['Chaliapin On The Stage'] – Desmond Shawe-Taylor
- Liner Notes ['Feodor Chaliapin'] – Boris Semeonoff
- Liner Notes [Booklet Quotation] – Maurice Maeterlinck
- Liner Notes [Transliterations, English Versions, 'Russian Opera'] – Martin Cooper
- Orchestrated By [Orch.] – Rimsky-Korsakov* (tracks: A1 to A4, B4)
- Vocals [Sung By] – Feodor Chaliapin
- Written By – Pushkin— Moussorgksy (tracks: A1 to A4)
- Written-By – Moussorgksy* (tracks: A1 to A4), Pushkin* (tracks: A1 to B3)
NotesMain Artist is listed as 'Feodor Chaliapin' on the booklet and insert, 'Chaliapin' on the jacket, and 'Chaliapine' on the labels.
Proper title, as on the booklet and insert, is 'Scenes from Russian Opera'. Jacket has side titles of 'Boris Goudonov' and 'Russian Operatic Arias'. Spine has 'Boris Goudonov - Excerpts' as a title. Labels are titled 'Excerpts From "Boris Goudonov"' and 'Russian Operatic Arias'.
The sleeve has a plastic pull-stick to slide it from the jacket.
The release has a 12-page booklet with information on Chaliapin and Russian opera, with two black & white photographs of Chaliapin. Inside the booklet is a loose, 8-page libretto with lyrics in Russian (Latinized) and English. There is a note in the booklet that owing to copyright, the libretto may not be available in all countries.
Tracks listed as 'a', 'b', 'c', etc.
"Coronation Scene (Prologue)" listed as "Coronation Scene" in the booklet.
"I Am Suffocating !" listed as "Ah, I Am Stifling" in the booklet.
Track A4 is split in the booklet.
"Aria Of Khan Kontchak" listed as "Kontchak's Aria" in the booklet.
Recorded by The Gramophone Company Limited, England. Booklet made and printed in England. Libretto printed in England.
'Feodor Chaliapin' liner notes by permission of the Editor of 'The Record Collector'.
Notes © by Martin Cooper and Desmond Shawe-Taylor, 1958.
Libretto Transliterations and English Versions © by Martin Cooper.
'Electric & Musical Industries (U.S.) Ltd.' written on the labels.
"Coronation Scene" recorded in London in October, 1925, on master number CC7066. First issued in February, 1926, on record number DB900.
"I Have Attained The Highest Power" / "Ah, I Am Stifling" recorded in London in June, 1931, on master numbers 2B577 and 2B578. First issued in September, 1931, on record number DB1532.
"Farewell Of Boris" recorded at a performance at Covent Garden Opera House, London, on 4th July, 1928, on master number CR2141. First issued in November, 1928, on record number DB1183.
"Prayer And Death Of Boris" recorded at a performance at Covent Garden Opera House, London, on 4th July, 1928, on master numbers CR2142 and CR2143. First issued in June, 1938, on record number DB3464.
"Farlaf's Rondo ('Russlan and Ludmilla')" / "The Miller's Aria ('Russalka')" recorded in London in June, 1931, on master numbers 2B582 and 2B579, respectively. First issued in December, 1931, on record number DB1530.
"Mad Scene And Death Of The Miller ('Russalka')" recorded in London in June, 1931, on master numbers 2B580 and 2B581. First issued in September, 1931, on record number DB1531.
"Kontchak's Aria ('Prince Igor')" / "Song of the Viking Guest ('Sadko')" recorded in London in October, 1927, on master numbers CC1710 and CC1705 respectively. First issued in May, 1928, on record number DB1104.
All transferred to LP in Paris in 1957. First issue of the transfer in March, 1958, on record number COLH100 in the "Great Recordings of the Century" series, in England.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 label): 2 XEA 10302
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 label): 2 XEA 10303
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 runouts): 2XEA 10302-1N A
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 runouts): 2XEA 10303-1N R
|COLH 100||Chaliapin*||Boris Godounov - Airs D'Opéras Russes (LP)||La Voix De Son Maître||COLH 100||France||1958|
|COLH 100||Chaliapine*||Boris Godounov - Airs D'Opéras Russes (LP)||La Voix De Son Maître||COLH 100||France||1958|
|COLH 100||Chaliapin*||Boris Godounov - Airs D'Opéras Russes (LP)||La Voce Del Padrone||COLH 100||Italy||1958|
|2C 051-43185||Feodor Chaliapine*||Airs d'Opéras Russes (LP, Mono)||La Voix De Son Maître||2C 051-43185||France||Unknown|
|LPHMV-V-279||Fjodor Šaljapin*||Arias From Boris Godunov And Other Russian Operas (Arije I Scene Iz Ruskih Opera) (LP, Comp)||Jugoton, His Master's Voice||LPHMV-V-279||Yugoslavia||1971|