File:PDP-CH - Feodor Chaliapin - The Song of the Volga Boatmen - Russian folk song - Fyodor Keneman - Gramophone-db1103-2-022051.flac

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Composer Creator:Fyodor Keneman

Label: Disque "Gramophone"

Cat. no.: DB 1103

Order number: 2-022051

Matrix/StamperID: CC-11709-1 (CC-11709I, 2-022051-R)

1st release date: 1928

1st recording date: 20 October 1927

Place of recording: London (United Kingdom)

Author(s)/Composer(s): unknown authorship (Russian folk song)

Lyricist(s): unknown authorship (Russian folk song)

Music arranger(s): Fyodor Keneman (1873-1937) and Feodor Chaliapin (1873-1938)

Conductor: Albert Coates (1882-1953)

Performer(s): Feodor Chaliapin (1873-1938) with orchestra accompaniment

Vocal range: Bass vocal solo, with orchestra

Title/Work: Song of the Volga Boatmen (Russian folk song, 1866 published)

Content: none

Genre(s): Russian folk song

Comments: RCM and ELP

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