Parlophon-p311-2-311

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Title/Work Ouverture d'Orphée aux Enfers
Subtitle/Content Part 2
Author(s)/Composer(s) Jacques Offenbach (1819 - 1880) Show information on MusicBrainz
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Genre(s) Ouverture d'Orphée aux Enfers, Overtures by Jacques Offenbach, Overtures from Orphée aux Enfers
Lyricist(s) Ludovic Halévy (1802 - 1883) Show information on MusicBrainz


Hector-Jonathan Crémieux (1828 - 1892) Show information on MusicBrainz
Conductor(s) Friedrich Kark (1869 - 1939)
Performer(s) Parlophon-Orchestra, Berlin (Orchestra, - )
Label Parlophone
Part of record Parlophon P 309
Matrix/StamperID 2-311
Recording location Beka-Record Schallplattenfabrik, Heidelberger Strasse 75-76, Berlin (German Reich)
1st recording date December 1910
1st release date 1911
1st release location (origin) DE
References http://discography.phonomuseum.at/parlo/parlo000250.pdf

master 2-311
GEM: Berlin, Beka-Record Schallplattenfabrik, SO.36, Heidelberger Straße 75-76
1910.12.
ORPHÉE AUX ENFERS (Jacques Offenbach / Hector Crémieux)
Ouverture (part 2)

Friedrich Kark (MD). — (orchestra).


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