Ace of Diamonds GOS 562/5

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Label Ace of Diamonds (Decca Records)
Cat. no. GOS 562/5 (Re-issue of Decca GOS 562/5)
Order number GOS 562 (ZAL 8534, ZAL 8535), GOS 563 (ZAL 8536, ZAL 8537), GOS 564 (ZAL 8538, ZAL 8539), GOS 565 (ZAL 8540, ZAL 8541)
Matrix/StamperID ZAL-8534-1G, ZAL-8535-1G, ZAL-8536-1G, ZAL-8537-2G, ZAL-8538-1G, ZAL-8539-1G, ZAL-8540-1G, ZAL-8541-2G
1st release date 1955?
1st recording date 8 February 1955[1]
Coupling date 1955
Cutout date unknown
Place of recording Dome of Culture, Belgrade (Republic of Serbia)
Description GOS 562, GOS 563, GOS 564, GOS 565
Author(s)/Composer(s) Alexander Borodin (1833-1887)
Lyricist(s) Alexander Borodin (1833-1887); the libretto is adapted from the Ancient Russian epic The Lay of Igor's Host
Music arranger(s) Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844-1908) and Alexander Glazunov (1865-1936)
Conductor(s) Oskar Danon (1913-2009)
Performer(s) Dušan Popović[2], Baritone (1927-2001); Valeria Heybalova[3] (Valerija Heybal[4]), Soprano (1918-1994); Noni Žunec[5] (Noni Zhunetz), Tenor (1921-2004); Žarko Cvejić[6][7], Bass (1907-1994); Melanie Bugarinovic[8] (Melanie Bugarinovich), Mezzo-Soprano) (1905-1986); Dragutin Petrović[9] (Drago Petrović), Tenor (1893-1974); Biserka Cvejić, Soprano (* 1923); Dragomir Ninković[10] (Dragomir Ninkovich), Bass (* 1919); Nikola Jančić[11] (Nikola Janchich), Tenor (1913-1985)
Vocal range Igor Svyatoslavich, Prince Severeski (Dušan Popović, Baritone); Yaroslavna, his second wife (Valeria Heybalova, Soprano); Vladimir Igorevich, his son by his first marriage (Noni Žunec, Bass); Vladimir Yaroslavich, Prince Galitsky, Yaroslavna's brother (Žarko Cvejić, Bass); Konchak, the Polovtsian Khan (Žarko Cvejić, Bass); Konchakovna, his daughter (Melanie Bugarinovic, Mezzo-Soprano); Ovlur, a baptised Polovtsian (Dragutin Petrović, Tenor); Polovtsian girl (Biserka Cvejić, Soprano); Skula, Musician (Dragomir Ninković); Eroshka, Musician (Nikola Jančić, Tenor); Yaroslavna's nurse (Biserka Cvejić, Soprano)
Title/Work Prince Igor (opera)
Content Complete recording
Genre(s) Opera
FLAC none
Ogg (Vorbis/Theora) none
PD CH unknown
PD EU unknown
PD USA unknown
PD INT unknown


References

  1. CHARM: Composer: BORODIN, Work: Prince Igor, Performer: Belgrade Opera, Date: 1955-02-09; Catalogue: Gray; CatNum: OSA1501; Date: 1955-02-09; Venue: Belgrade, Dome of Culture; Label: Decca; Performer: Belgrade Opera; Composer: BORODIN; Title: Prince Igor; Performer: Dushan Popovich, Valeria Heybalova, Zharko Tzveych, Dragomir Ninkovich, Nikola Janchich; Conductor: Danon, Oscar; Producer_engineer: Walker/Wallace, CSV of the record
  2. Großes Sängerlexikon, 4. Auflage, 2003, Saur Verlag, ISBN: 3-598-11598-9 (7 Bände), Karl-Josef Kutsch, Leo Riemens; Page 3735
  3. Großes Sängerlexikon, 4. Auflage, 2003, Saur Verlag, ISBN: 3-598-11598-9 (7 Bände), Karl-Josef Kutsch, Leo Riemens; Page 2069
  4. Leksikon.si: Valerija Heybal; glasbenica, operna pevka, prejemnica Prešernove nagrade. * 16. 1. 1918, Kamnik † 18. 9. 1994, Ljubljana, Link to the record
  5. Großes Sängerlexikon, 4. Auflage, 2003, Saur Verlag, ISBN: 3-598-11598-9 (7 Bände), Karl-Josef Kutsch, Leo Riemens; Page 5177
  6. Großes Sängerlexikon, 4. Auflage, 2003, Saur Verlag, ISBN: 3-598-11598-9 (7 Bände), Karl-Josef Kutsch, Leo Riemens; Page 975
  7. Wikipedia SH: Rođenja: 5. 3. - Žarko Cvejić, srpski operski pevač († 1994), Link to the record
  8. Bayreuther-Festspiele.de: Melanie Bugarinovic; * 29.06.1905 in Bela Crkva, Jugoslawien † 08.05.1986 in Belgrad , Link to the record
  9. Großes Sängerlexikon, 4. Auflage, 2003, Saur Verlag, ISBN: 3-598-11598-9 (7 Bände), Karl-Josef Kutsch, Leo Riemens; Page 3635
  10. MusicSack: Ninkovic, Dragomir; baritone, interprete, vocals; born: 06 Dec 1919; Zajecar, Yugoslavia; Source: 1; perf: 1960-1961; Venezia, Italy (La Fenici), Link to the record
  11. Wikipedia SH: Smrti: 26. 5. - Nikola Jančić, operski pevač (* 1913), Link to the record

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