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Lyalya Chernaya featured in "The Last Gypsy Camp" ( .   " ") (cleom)
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Russias last Heroes (max)
Russias last Heroes
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Forty Don Cossacks conquer the worldVierzig Don Kosaken erobern die Welt (bernikov)
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German Prisoners Camp 1915 (max)
German Prisoners Camp 1915
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Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Artel "Gramplastmass" (others)
30
Russian
The Vagabond (), folk song (Film The Last Gypsy Camp)
Maria Istomina, acc. guitar1940
Leningrad
Artel "Gramplastmass" (others) 3065
Artel "Gramplastmass" (pre-war numbering)
520
(520 )
RussianTenor with Piano
Farewell My Gypsy Camp (, ), romance-song (Boris Prozorovsky, lyrics by V.Makovsky)
Vadim Kozin, acc. Arkady Pokrass (piano)1937
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (pre-war numbering)
Artistotipia
401
RussianBass with Orchestra
Shalkovitys aria - - The Strelets camp is sleeping ( - ) (Opera Kovanchina, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Nikolay Filimonov, acc. orchestra1913
Kiev
Artistotipia (portrait)
Columbia Record
DB 521
(CA 11512)
Gypsy, RussianMixed Choir with Guitars
Farewell, My Gypsy Camp (, ), romance-song (Boris Prozorovsky, lyrics by V.Makovsky)
Nikita Balieff's Chauve-Souris Company, acc. guitars, Conductor Nikita BalieffColumbia (European)DB 521
DF 2255
(CL 6329)
Russianfemale singer with orchestre roma
a) The Garden Gate; b)Farewell, My Gypsy Camp () ; ) , ), gypsy romance (Vsevolod I. Buyukli; Boris Prozorovsky, arr. Grégoire Tcherepinsky, lyrics by Alexey Budishev; V.Makovsky)
Marie Loudon, acc. orchestra, Conductor Grégoire Tcherepinsky1937
Paris
Columbia (European)DF 2255
20309-F
(W 131015)
1
RussianBaritone with Dance Orchestra
Farewell, My Gypsy Camp (, ), song (Boris Prozorovsky, arr. Peter Leschenko, lyrics by Viktor Makovsky)
Peter Leschenko, acc. orchestra, Conductor Frank Fox1933
Vienna
Columbia (microphone)20309-F
DC725
(WHR 297)
RussianBaritone
Farewell, My Gypsy Camp (, ) (Boris A. Prozorovsky, arr. Peter Leschenko, lyrics by Viktor Makovsky)
Peter Leschenko, acc. orchestra, Conductor Frank Fox1933
Vienna
Columbia (European)[DM1707, DV1223, DV1466, Odeon 288115]
DV 1223
(WHR 297)
RussianBaritone
Farewell, My Gypsy Camp (, ) (B.Prozorovsky, arr. Peter Lestchenko, lyrics by V.Mayakovsky)
Peter Lestchenko, acc. orchestra, Conductor Frank Fox1933
Vienna
Columbia (European)[DM1707, DV1223, DV1466, Odeon 288115]
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Farewell, My Gypsy Camp (, ), romance-song (Boris A. Prozorovsky, arr. Peter Leschenko, lyrics by V. Makovsky)
Peter Leschenko, acc. orchestra, Conductor Frank Fox
1
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Farewell My Gypsy Camp ( ), romance-song (Boris Prozorovsky, arr. Petr Leshenko, lyrics by V.Makovsky)
Petr leshenko, acc. orchestra, Conductor Frank Fox
RussianBaritone with Dance Orchestra
Farewell, My Gypsy Camp (, ), song (Boris Prozorovsky, arr. Peter Leschenko, lyrics by Viktor Makovsky)
Peter Leschenko, acc. orchestra, Conductor Frank Fox1933
Vienna
DV 1223
DZ 324
(WHR 297)
1
RussianBaritone with Dance Orchestra
Farewell, My Gypsy Camp (, ), song (Boris Prozorovsky, arr. Peter Leschenko, lyrics by Viktor Makovsky)
Peter Leschenko, acc. orchestra, Conductor Frank Fox1933
Vienna
Columbia (European)DZ 324
Continental
C-5020-A
(S-3174)
RussianOrchestra
Camp Fire (), medley (arr. Fedor Zarkevich)
Gypsy Wanderers, Conductor Fedor ZarkevichContinentalC-5020
C-5020-B
(S-3175)
RussianOrchestra
Gypsy Camp (), medley (arr. Fedor Zarkevich)
Gypsy Wanderers, Conductor Fedor ZarkevichContinentalC-5020
Gramophone Co.
022136
(437s)
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Shalkovitys aria - - The Strelets camp is sleeping ( - ) (Opera Khovanchina, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Nikolay Shevelev, acc. orchestra12-1909
Moscow
Monarch (Cupid)
 
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