℗ 1969 Period Records
Released April 5, 1969
Duration 1h 44m 23s
Record Label Period Records
Catalogue No. 43NB5972PE
Genre Classical (Opera)
 

Prokofiev: The Love For Three Oranges

Moscow Radio Chorus & Orchestra, Dzhemal Dalgat

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The Love for Three Oranges, Op.33  
1.1
Act I, Scenes 1-3
Sergei Prokofiev; Moscow Radio Chorus & Orchestra; Dzhemal Dalgat
28:24
1.2
Act II, Scenes 1 & 2
Sergei Prokofiev; Moscow Radio Chorus & Orchestra; Dzhemal Dalgat
23:10
1.3
Act III, Scenes 1-3
Sergei Prokofiev; Moscow Radio Chorus & Orchestra; Dzhemal Dalgat
25:47
1.4
Act III, Scene 3, Act IV, Scenes 1 & 2
Sergei Prokofiev; Moscow Radio Chorus & Orchestra; Dzhemal Dalgat
27:02
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Period Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-4 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.47
-1.81 to -1.22
-23.81
-25.15 to -21.77
14
13 to 15
1
Act I, Scenes 1-3
-1.22-24.0214
2
Act II, Scenes 1 & 2
-1.22-21.7713
3
Act III, Scenes 1-3
-1.62-25.1515
4
Act III, Scene 3, Act IV, Scenes 1 & 2
-1.81-24.2914

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