Hmv-d1497-2-043097

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Title/Work Komm, O Hoffnung (Fidelio, Op. 72)
Subtitle/Content Fidelio, Act 1, Leonora's Aria (2nd Record): Komm, O Hoffnung
Author(s)/Composer(s) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Show information on MusicBrainz
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Genre(s) Arias, Arias by Ludwig van Beethoven, Operas, Operas by Ludwig van Beethoven, Opera excerpts
Language de
Conductor(s) John Barbirolli (1899 - 1970) Show information on MusicBrainz
Performer(s) Frida Leider (Sopran,1888 - 1975) Show information on MusicBrainz
Label His Master's Voice
Part of record HMV D 1497
Record side B
Matrix/StamperID 2-043097, CC12957I
Recording location C Studio, Small Queen’s Hall, Westminster, London (United Kingdom)
1st recording date 1928/05/08
1st release date
Description Order No.: 2-043097
Catalogue No.: D 1497
References http://www.charm.rhul.ac.uk/discography/search/search_freetext

Composer: Beethoven, Work: Fidelio: Komm Hoffnung (part 2) Beethoven, Performer: FRIDA LEIDER (orchestra) JOHN BARBIROLLI, Date: 8-5-28

Catalogue: Kelly

Performer: FRIDA LEIDER (orchestra)
Conductor: JOHN BARBIROLLI
Venue: C Studio, Small Queen’s Hall, London
Num: Cc 12957-1
Date: 8-5-28
Title: Fidelio: Komm Hoffnung (part 2)
Composer: Beethoven

Note: 2-043097 D1497 AB446 EJ338 ES439 [-1A]


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