Columbia-rena-133-lr66

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Title/Work La perle du Bresil (opera)
Author(s)/Composer(s) Félicien David (1810-1876)
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Genre(s) Opera terminology (Opéra comique)
Content Charmant oiseau (aria)
Description Columbia-Rena 133
Lyricist(s) Gabriel de Lurieu (1799-1889) and Sylvain Saint-Étienne (1807-1880)
Music arranger(s) none
Conductor(s) none
Performer(s) Ruth Vincent (1877-1955) with flute obligato by Albert Fransella[1] (1865-1935)
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Vocal range Female vocal solo, with flute and piano
Label Columbia-Rena Record
Cat. no. 133
Order number LR 66
Matrix/StamperID 6017[2]
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Place of recording New York (United States)
1st recording date Late 1905 to March 1906[3]
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Coupling date 1905 or 1906
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1st release date 1907
PD CH 1 January 1958
PD EU 1 January 1978
PD USA 1 January 1958
PD INT 1 January 1978



References

  1. Claudia's Flutepage: Biography of Albert Fransella (1865-1935), Link to the record
  2. 78discography: A-5077 - RUTH VINCENT (soprano) - LA PERL DU BRESIL - 6017 - (London) - (1908?) - DAVID, Link to the record
  3. DAHR: Rena Double Face 133 (12-in.); Columbia matrix 3358, Recorded: ca. Late 1905-Mar. 1906, Link to the record

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