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CD87436 Paliashvili - Daici

CD87436 Paliashvili - Daici
CD87436 Paliashvili - Daici
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CD87436 Paliashvili - Daici

first of all: thanks you so much for this upload. I am looking for > this recording since years. > > The recording was made in Tbilisi, Georgia, in 1960, and the cast is > as follows: > > Recorded: 1960 > > Malhaz - Tenghiz Zaalishvili > Maro - Medea Amiranashvili > Nano - E. Khidjakadze > Tito - Givi Torondjadze > Tsangala - Tenghiz Mushkudiani > Kiazo - David Gamrekeli > > Chorus and Symphonic Orchestra of Georgian State Opera and Theatre > Conductor: Vakhtang Paliashvili > > Thanks and best wishes, > Karl

From some 19702 cassettes I was given by a friend, a recording of > > Paliashvili's Daici with unknown performers. The sound is mono but > > clear, and the transfer is at 160Kbps. > > > > A search of Amazon fails to find any current recording of this work. > > > > The zipfile contains 2 mp3 files a word doc and a pic of Paliashvili. > > > > If anyone has any details for this recording I would be most grateful > > > > Ron

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