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19471 116
1948120 294
1949295 356
1950409 608
1951611 899
1952901 1075
19531079 1180
19541182 1374
19551375 1504
19561509 1644
19571655 1818
19581819 1970

Plastmass artel was situated in Leningrad, buildings 1-3, Kalashnikovskaya (renamed Sinopskaya in 1952) embankment. It was founded in 1946 [L.]. Together with Mineral artel, known from prewar time, in 1947-1949 it produced discs with the recordings made at Leningrad Radio House, and also copies of Moscow and foreign records. By 1948, the production of Mineral artel decreased dramatically, and in 1949 it ceased work totally.
In 1949 Plastmass artel arranged its own recording studio, and organized a complete production cycle. During 10 following years the factory produced discs using only its own studio recordings.
In 1949-1952 supermignon records (16,2 cm in diameter) were issued. From 1950 mignon discs (19,6, from 1953 20,2 cm) appeared. From 1954 grand size (25 cm) were introduced.
Before 1950 the matrix number was indicated only on the mirror of a disc. Since 1950 it also was shown on the label. In 1950-1953 the censorial number of Leningrad Repertoire Committee (with year indicated) was also stated on label.
In 1951-1958 a certain number, beginning with M, was also stamped on the mirror of the records. It most probably indicates the through numbering of all Leningrad recordings, because such numbers were also placed on LEF discs and Gramplastmass own recordings.
In 1947-1949 the versions of recordings under one number were indicated with A letter. In 1949-1958 almost all Plastmass discs were recorded in two-three versions under one number. These versions were pointed on mirrors with different postfixes after matrix number in Roman figures (until 1951) or Arabic numerals (like 768/II, 1237-3 and so on).
In 1955 the studio was totally reconstructed, with acoustics improved and more advanced equipment installed [L.]. Most likely, magnetic recording began to be introduced at the same time.
In 1958 artel Plastmass (named Factory since 1957) ceased its own recordings with copies of some foreign records (made in GDR and Poland). From that moment the factory issued copies of matrices recorded in Moscow and the most popular ones of its own. A single exclusion was made in 1959. Celebrating the launch of Lenin atomic icebreaker, Plastmass factory by a special order re-recorded Song about the Atomic Icebreaker and Our Admiralty Wharf from Leningrad Radio magnetic tapes. This record was not destined for sale, and had matrix numbers from those used earlier.
By 1961 the factory developed the manufacture of long-playing records. When the All-Union Firm Melodiya was created, Plastmass stopped production.
During the first years of operation the factory of Plastmass artel produced 300000 350000 records a year. In 1957 the output exceeded 2000000 copies [L.]. Furthermore, Plastmass matrices (mainly Mignon size) spread widely through all the Soviet Union, and were used for stamping records at various half-primitive workshops of local industry.
As of the first half of 1958, the factory had a record archive, keeping the first matrices of the records issued [L.].
Over a period of 1948-1958 the factory issued a great number of recordings of Leningrad artists and collectives, among them Olga Nesterova, Leonid Kostritsa, Tamara Kravtsova, Yuri Khochinsky, Efrem Flax, Olga Kravchenko, Arkady Raikin and many others. The voices of popular artists that visited Leningrad during guest performances (Leonid Utyosov, Klavdiya Shulzhenko, Vladimir Bunchikov, Vladimir Nechaev, Mark Bernes and others) were also recorded.
The studio orchestra (in 1957 in included 18 musicians [L.]) during the various years was directed by Mikhail Vetrov, Yuri Shakhnov, Efim Zablotsky, Georgy Doniyah, Anatoly Badkhen.

Yuri Boyarintsev, translated by Alexey Petukhov

L. Musical Leningrad/ Ed. by I.Golubovsky. Leningrad, 1958
Artel "Mineral" (90)
Artel "Plastmass" (1361)
Artel "Plastmass" (issues from GPT matrices) (107)
Sleeves (25)
Album of records to children produced by artel "Plastmass" (    "") (Priokskaya)
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Artel "Plastmass"


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TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
Label(s)Order No
Cens. No
[xRef Nos]
RussianJazz Orchestra
The Birch tree (), waltz (Yevgeny Dreizin, arr. Nikolay Minkh)
Jazz Orchestra of Leningrad's Radio Committee, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Minkh1946
Artel "Mineral" 116
Polish, RussianMezzo-Soprano with Ensemble
Lilac (), song (Henryk Wars, lyrics by M. Karelina and Lyudmila Davidovich)
Esfir Purgalina, acc. ensemble, Conductor Mikhail Vetrov1948
Artel "Plastmass" 74
RussianTenor with Duet of Accordions
The forest page winds remote ( ), song (Boris Mokrousov, lyrics by Naum Labkovskiy)
Vladimir Nechaev, acc. Vladimir Kuznetsov and Ivan Tikhonov (duet of accordions)1951
Kharkov - Kaganovich Rajpromkombinat896-1
Kiev - Artel "Khimpobyt"763-1
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Love song ( ) (Vano Muradeli, lyrics by Esfir Ivanova-Barkova)
Leonid Utyosov, acc. ensemble of the state variety orchestra rsfsr, Conductor Leonid Utyosov1957
Baku - Proizvodstvenny kombinat1798
RussianJazz Orchestra
Russian dance ( ) (arr. Simon Kagan)
Jazz Orchestra, Conductor Yakov Skomorovsky1940
Artel "Mineral", Leningrad - Prombum Factory 3
RussianJazz Ensemble
Genrietta (Romanita) ( ()), pasodoble
Yakov Skomorovsky Jazz Ensemble, Conductor Yakov Skomorovsky1940
Artel "Mineral", Leningrad - Prombum Factory 6
RussianJazz Ensemble
The glade (), folk dance
Yakov Skomorovsky Jazz Ensemble, Conductor Yakov Skomorovsky1940
Artel "Mineral", Leningrad - Prombum Factory 3
RussianSoprano with Jazz Ensemble
Guitar (Creoles Song) ( ( )) (arr. Moisey Ferkelman, lyrics by Naum Labkovsky)
Elena Legar, acc. jazz ensemble, Conductor Yakov Skomorovsky1940
Artel "Mineral", Leningrad - Prombum Factory 60
RussianDance Orchestra
Over a Gulf ( ), tango (Albert Thrilling)
Mikhail Vetrov and his Orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Vetrov, Solo by Albert Trilling (violin), Mikhail Vetrov (trumpet)1940
Artel "Mineral", Lenmuztrust 5
RussianJazz Ensemble
Galop (), dance (Myuller)
Mikhail Vetrov Jazz Ensemble, acc. jazz ensemble, Conductor Mikhail Vetrov, Solo by V. Zinevich (xylophone)1940
Artel "Mineral", Leningrad - Prombum Factory 2
RussianMezzo-soprano with Jazz Orchestra
The Rams (), childrens song (arr. Arkady Ostrovsky, lyrics by Sergey Mikhalkov)
Zinaida Rikomi, acc. jazz ensemble, Conductor Mikhail Vetrov1940~1941
Artel "Mineral", Leningrad - Prombum Factory 1
RussianSoprano with Orchestra
The Cranes (), tango (arr. Il'ya Jak, lyrics by Veniamin Zubin)
Olga Kravchenko, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Anatoliy Badkhen1954
The Music on the Ribs
SpanishDance Orchestra
Recuerdo Florido, waltz (Enrico Rossi)
Nullo Romani Orchestra, acc. orchestra, Conductor Nullo RomaniArtel "Plastmass" 14
Artel "Plastmass", Columbia Record 14
J 1524
(W 112103-2)
Russian Dance ( ), folk dance
Vladimir Kuznetsov, acc. accordion1950
Artel "Plastmass" 1-50
RussianJazz Ensemble
Waltz (), foxtrot (Isaac Dunaevsky)
Jazz Ensemble, acc. jazz ensemble, Conductor Boris Kolotuhin1948
Artel "Plastmass" 55
RussianAccordion with Jazz Ensemble
Polka ()
Yuriy Shakhnov (accordion), acc. jazz ensemble1946
Artel "Mineral" 117
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