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Erkel Ferenc - Pless László, Magyar Állami Operaház Zenekarát - Hunyadi László - Palotás Full Album

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Erkel Ferenc - Pless László, Magyar Állami Operaház Zenekarát - Hunyadi László - Palotás Full Album
  • Performer:
    Erkel Ferenc - Pless László, Magyar Állami Operaház Zenekarát
  • Title:
    Hunyadi László - Palotás
  • Genre:
  • Release date:
    1960
  • Country:
    Hungary
  • Size FLAC version
    2475 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    2265 mb
  • Record from:
    Flexi-disc, 6", 45 RPM, Shape, Single Sided, Card Backed, Picture Disc, Mono, Postcard

Tracklist

1Hunyadi László
2Palotás
Written-By – Erkel Ferenc

Credits

  • Conductor [Vezényli]Pless László
  • Mastered ByRADANYI E
  • Orchestra [Zene]Magyar Állami Operaház Zenekarát
  • Photography By [Foto]Czeizing

Notes

15x20cm Postcard: "Szeged, Theatrical performance by open air. The opera: László Hunyadi. I. act"

Recorded by „Qualiton” Studio
Manufactured by „Budapest” Hanglemezgyár
Offset-Nyomda Budapest

Képzömüvészeti Alap Kiadóvállalata, Budapest
Publishing House of the Art Foundation, Budapest

Barcodes

  • Other: Ⓒ
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Other (Price (Ára)): 12,-FT
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched in runout): ML 4274 I RADANYI E 1960. 4.27

Companies

  • Recorded By – Qualiton Studio
  • Manufactured By – Budapest Hanglemezgyár
  • Printed By – Offset-Nyomda
  • Record Company – Publishing House of the Art Foundation

Album

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