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Re: [ARSCLIST] USSR date?
Wonder why? It's in WERM Third Supplement (the Overture). Also, parts of the
King Lear Suite conducted by Ginzburg appeared on 78s (the Overture and
Procession) but I don't know if it's with the same orchestra.
Larry Friedman wrote:
According to Bennett, D 07569-70 dates from 1961. D 923 dates from 1952, but
it does not seem to be listed under Balakirev.
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] USSR date?
Can anyone date USSR 07569/70: Balakirev's KING LEAR, Leo Ginzburg & USSR
Symphony + OVERTURE ON 3 RUSSIAN SONGS, Anosov & USSR State Symphony
The Overture was originally on ten-inch D923, and I presume it's the same
recording. Artia renumbered it MK 1570 but the disc inside has the Russian