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Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Aragon
AR-516B
RussianMale Choir
Gay Life in Song ( ), folk song
Male Choir of the Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ1948
Grand Forks, BC (Canada)
AragonAR-516
Artel "Gramplastmass" (pre-war numbering)
473
(473 )
RussianMale Choir with Orchestra
Life Became Better ( ), song (Alexander Alexandrov, lyrics by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, acc. accordion, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by Georgy Babaev1936
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (pre-war numbering) 1681
Artistotipia
207
(3406 )
Italian, RussianSoprano with orchestra
How strange... Live free ( : " ... ") (Ah, forsè lui... Sempre libera) (Opera ) (Giuseppe Verdi)
Maria Kurenko, acc. orchestra1913
Kiev
Artistotipia (portrait)
229
(4366 )
RussianSoprano with orchestra
Juliets Waltz - Akh! To live carelessly and to enjoy! ( - ! , !) (Opera Romeo and Juliet, act 1) (Charles Gounod)
Rosalia G. Feinberg-Gorskaya, acc. orchestra1914
Kiev
Artistotipia (portrait)
Beka-Record
56400
RussianChorus with Piano
The Tomb, Part I (, I ), folk song
Russian Folk Chorus, acc. piano, Conductor Ivan Yukhov, Solo by A.I.JukhovaBeka-Grand-Plastinka (blue)
Columbia Record
5294
(30711)
Russian, FrenchSoprano with orchestra
In fairy dreams I`d live ( - ) (Je veux vivre dans le reve) (Opera Romeo and Juliet) (Charles Gounod)
Lidia Lipkovskaya, acc. orchestra1911Columbia Symphony Series
Efte Płyta
10639
PolishOrchestra
Lets live for hundred years, church canticle
Orchestra, Conductor Henryk GoldEfte Płyta208
Gramophone Co.
23115
(265x)
Russian, FrenchSoprano
Je veux vivre (sung in Russian) ( ), waltz (Opera Roméo et Juliette) (Gounod)
M A Mikhailova1901
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Angel)
Russian, FrenchSoprano
Je veux vivre (sung in Russian) ( - ) (Opera Roméo et Juliette) (Charles Gounod)
Maria A. Mikhailova
023128
(282af)
RussianSoprano with orchestra
Juliets Waltz - Akh! To live carelessly and to enjoy! ( - ! , !) (Opera Romeo and Juliet, act 1) (Charles Gounod)
Lidia Lipkovskaya, acc. orchestra17-01-1914
St.-Petersburg
Amour Gramophone
2-23078
(1195r)
French, RussianSoprano with Piano
Je veux vivre ( - ) (Opera Roméo et Juliette) (Charles Gounod)
Antonina V. Nezhdanova, acc. Umberto Masetti (piano)06-1906
Moscow
Concert (Angel)
023127
(2883c)
RussianSoprano with Orchestra
Waltz - Je veux vivre dans ce rêve (- , ), opera (Charles François Gounod)
Eugenia A. Bronskaya, acc. orchestra28-10-1913
St.Petersburg
Amour GramophoneM 023127
2-23017
(3031L)
RussianContralto
Plaintively moans the autumn wind ( ), gypsy romance (Mikhailov, lyrics by A. Pugachev)
Varya Panina, acc. K.Vasilev, N.Shishkin (guitars)1905
Moscow
Concert (Angel)
2-3413
(6328L)
Russian .
Why should I live and grieve alone? ( ), song (Varlamov)
Maria Michailova, acc. Boris S.Troyanovsky (balalaika)1907
St.Petersburg
His Masters Voice (HMV)E 185
RussianSoprano with balalaika
Why should I live and grieve alone? ( ), song (Varlamov)
Maria A. Mikhailova, acc. Boris S.Troyanovsky (balalaika)
2-23219
(6328L)
RussianSoprano accompanied by the Balalaika
Why should I live and grieve alone? ( ), song (Varlamov)
Maria Michailova, acc. Boris S.Troyanovsky (balalaika)1907
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Angel)
C 2-23219
Concert (Cupid)
21449
(15960b)
RussianMelodeclamation with Piano
The night was shining ( ), melodeclamation (E. B. Vilbushevich, lyrics by Afanasy Fet)
Nikolay Khodotov, acc. E. B. Vilbushevich (piano)06-10-1911
St.-Petersburg
Amour Gramophone 21449
 
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