Victor matrix C-68 [Old series]. The lost chord / Sig. Carlos Francisco
|The lost chord (Primary title)|
|Authors and Composers||Notes|
|Arthur Sullivan (composer)|
|Adelaide Anne Procter (lyricist)|
|Personnel||Notes Hide Additional Titles|
|Sig. Carlos Francisco (vocalist : baritone vocal)||Pseudonym for Emilio de Gogorza.|
|Emilio de Gogorza (vocalist : baritone vocal)|
- Description: Baritone vocal solo, with piano
- Category: Vocal
- Language: English
- Master Size: 12-in.
|The dates for the “Old series” session are thought to be either 2/9/1903 or 5/26/1903. Some of these may be remakes of earlier pre-matrix 12" recordings. Fagan and Moran created a matrix set they termed "OS," for "Old series." The designation represents a set of masters made at the end of the pre-matrix era.|
|A 12" (DeLuxe) copy of Francisco's "Lost chord" on 31078, carrying no visible C-Matrix number, is possibly Pre-Matrix, perhaps recorded at the 2/11/1903 session. See [PM-]1963.|
|Footnote in EDVR vol. 2 notes that data for -64 to -70 are reconstructed, as these pages are missing from the recording ledgers.|
|Source(s): trade catalog.|
|Take Date and Place||Take||Status||Label Name/Number||Format||Note Hide Additional Titles|
|2/9/1903 or 5/26/1903 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [unconfirmed]||||Master||Victor 31078||12-in.|
|2/9/1903 or 5/26/1903 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [unconfirmed]||(Unknown)||Master||Victor 31078||12-in.|
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Victor matrix C-68 [Old series]. The lost chord / Sig. Carlos Francisco," accessed May 19, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/200000105/C-68_Old_series-The_lost_chord.
Victor matrix C-68 [Old series]. The lost chord / Sig. Carlos Francisco. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved May 19, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/200000105/C-68_Old_series-The_lost_chord.
"Victor matrix C-68 [Old series]. The lost chord / Sig. Carlos Francisco." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 19 May 2019.
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