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Title
[Blokha]
Flee
Flea
Identified By
Lccn: 98706461
MatrixNumber: 33D-21173 (a) (Source: Melodii︠a︡)
MatrixNumber: 33D-21174 (a) (Source: Melodii︠a︡)
Base Material
plastic
Note
Physical details: analog, 33 1/3 rpm
Melodii︠a︡: 33D-21173(a) (matrix)--33D-21174(a) (matrix).
The 1st work is a suite for orchestra and folk instruments; the 2nd work is a vocal trio (SSA) with women's chorus and folk instrument orchestra (originally a vocal trio (SSA) with piano); the 3rd work is a song for women's chorus and folk instrument orchestra (originally a vocal duet with piano).
Parallel title of the 3rd work on container: Rassvet.
Dimensions
10 in.
Extent
1 sound disc
Provision Activity Statement
[Russia : Melodii︠a︡, 1967?]
Provision Activity
Publication: Russia (Federation) 1967
Publication: Russia Melodii︠a︡ 1967?
Responsibility Statement
[I︠U︡. Shaporin] = The flee [i.e. flea] : humorous suite after N. Leskov's story "Levsha," : op. 8 / Y. Shaporin. [Priroda i li︠u︡bovʹ / P. Chaĭkovskiĭ] = Nature and love : trio for 2 sopranos, alto, and female choir, op. of 1870 / words [and music] by P. Tchaikovsky ; instrumentation by V. Gurilov [i.e. Gavrilov]. The dawn : op. 46, no. 6 / P. Tchaikovsky ; words by I. Surikov ; instrumentation by A. Tonin
Media
audio
Issuance
single unit
Carrier
sound disc
Sound Characteristic
33 1/3 rpm
microgroove
lateral or combined cutting
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Credits
First work: Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra and Folk Instruments Group; V. Fedoseyev, conductor. 2nd-3rd works: G. Chernyak, A. Grodskaya, sopranos; N. Postavnicheva, mezzo-soprano (2nd work); Female Group of the Large Choir; K. Ptitsa, conductor; Moscow Radio Folk Instruments Orchestra; V. Fedoseyev, conductor.
Authorized Access Point
[Blokha]