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I Have the following by Chaliapin on my CD068 In Questa Tomba Oscura  vic 
6822  10/20/27   Cc10961 43265 Beethoven - included in album following 
available for download at
http://mcproductions.ca/product_info.php?products_id=689        you can hear 
at the link-Mickey

1 When The King Went Forth To War      G&T GC22820 04/01/02 572X  Keonemann
2 Faust:Mephisto's Serenade HMV 022095   1907   289M  Gounod
3 Now Let Us Depart              HMV 022226 10/15/11 2496C STROKIN
4 Song Of The Flea               VIC 6416   10/20/21 Cc549-1
5 The Prophet                    VIC 6058   10/10/21 Cc550-1 
POUSHKIN-RIMSKY-KORSAKOW
6 Song Of The Viking Guest      VIC 6416   10/09/22 Cc1890-1 
SADKOW-RIMSKY-KORSAKOW
7 Song Of The Volga Boatmen     VIC 6058   10/09/22 Cc1891-1    A1 
CHALIAPIN-KOENEMANN
8 Song of the Flea              HMV DB932  05/20/26 Cc8414 
GOETHE-MOUSSORGSKY
9 La Calunnia E Un Ventricello  HMV DB932  05/20/26 Cc8412   BARBER OF 
SEVILLE ROSSINI
10 In Questa Tomba Oscura  vic 6822  10/20/27   Cc10961 43265 Beethoven
11 Song of the Volga Boatmen     VIC 6822 10/20/27    Cc11709 43264 electric
12 The Prisoner                  VIC 15236  Take 2 06/12/30 2EA5705 
Rubenstein
        Boris Godounow-MOUSSORGSKY
13 I Have Attained The Highest Power VIC 14517 06/06/31 2B577
14 Ah,I Am Suffocating(Clock Scene)VIC 14517 06/06/31 2B578
15 Farewell Of Boris            VIC 6455 01/30/22 C26101
16 Death Of Boris               VIC 6455 07/02/23 Cc3197
17 Black Eyes             VIC 15236 09/27/27 CTR3080-1 TRADITIONAL
18 MAD SCENE AND DEATH OF THE MILLER M.STEIMANN ORCHESTRA G.POZEMKOVSKY 
VIC    11-8695 06/01/31 2B580/2B581 ROUSSALKA DARGOMIJSKY
19 Song Of The Volga Boatmen      VIC 14901 02/06/36 8112 
CHALIAPIN-KOENEMANN
20 Song Of The Flea 1936          VIC 14901 02/06/36 8113 
GOETHE-MOUSSORGSKY



-----Original Message----- 
From: Gary A. Galo
Sent: Monday, November 13, 2017 1:21 PM
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Beethoven First Recordings of Each of His Works

I searched the contents listing for Marston's Complete Battistini - there 
are no works by Beethoven.

https://www.marstonrecords.com/products/battistini

Gary

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Gary Galo
Audio Engineer Emeritus
The Crane School of Music
SUNY at Potsdam, NY 13676

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-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Monday, November 13, 2017 3:50 PM
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Beethoven First Recordings of Each of His Works

Hi, Frank,
For the songs, look for Beethoven's settings of the Scottish Songs, the 
arranging job he picked up after Haydn died.

Maybe the Delizia is there as well- I never did track that one down.  Check 
Battistini discographies- Moran type.

Steve Smolian

-----Original Message-----
From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List 
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Frank Forman
Sent: Monday, November 13, 2017 3:29 PM
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] Beethoven First Recordings of Each of His Works

I am planning an annotated listing of the first recordings of Beethoven's 
works. I am pouring over the usual suspects, such as Arnold, GSE, Voices of 
the Past, Moses, Creighton, WERM, Bauer, Hurst, Myers, and gobs of company 
catalogs.

The acoustic vocals will be the hardest part.
What is "The Brain Spinning Swains," sung by Susan Strong, 1908?

"The Cottage Maid" and "Faithful Johnnie," sung by Julia Culp?

Which version of "In Questo tomba oscuro" did Chaliapin likely record?

"Delizia" sung by Battistini, 1912?

Did any of Schnabel's Hupfeld ROLLS precede records?

Any music boxes of the first movement of the MoonShine?

More later.

Then there is whole post-WERM, or post-Myers, or just post-Schwann.

Check this out: Beethoven: The first recording, 1889 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmdfSCM1B4o&list=RDnmdfSCM1B4o

Has anyone undetaken this effort already?

Frank Forman, author of _Acoustic Chamber Music Sets_ and (with the late 
Kenzo Amoh), _Evegny Mravinsky Discography_, both in the ARSC Journal.