It came on 3 10" records. Each side has its own number in the Russian record numbering system of the time.
12502/ 12503; 12802/ 12803; 12804/ 12805.
I have in my collection the first and third disc and an extra copy of each.
They are the Lizginka/ Sabre Dance and Russian Dance sides 1 & 2.
I'd sell the pair for $35.00 and $ 5.00 shipping. The Sabre Dance has a long scratch which Izotope RX8 will fix easily, the rest are ok. They play at 76 rpm.
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Now to try and fill the inside straight.
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But are they any recordings available anywhere?
The LOC probably has them, but that's not available for listening. IS IT??
There's a recording of the Lezhginka and Sabre Dance with Golovanov on
I have to do some serious hunting.
please let me know if you find anything else.
On Sat, Feb 6, 2021 at 10:52 AM Steve Smolian <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> The Golovanov was issued in 1945, according to the site, Russian Records.
> There are 3 suites plus a number compiled by others from the ballet.
> When I worked at Leeds Music, they handled distribution of Russian Music
> in score and parts. One of my jobs was keeping the rental library in
> order. It took some time to figure out which parts went with which scores
> and ozalid masters from which parts were printed. At the end I submitted
> a written report and signed it
> Steven Smolian, Gaynehcologist"
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> Hello everyone.
> I’m looking for the very first recording of Gayaneh Ballet ever recorded -
> suite or complete. Does any know which that would be? I have the Kurtz
> and the Rodzinsky. Were there any before those?
> Regards, Ben Roth