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Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Deutsche Grammophon
62824
(9185 GR 9)
Russian, GermanTenor with Tenor with Grand Piano
Lullaby op. 5, no 1 (, . 5, 1) (Wiegenlied op. 5, no 1), romance-song (Alexander Gretchaninov)
, acc. Ferdinand Leitner (grand piano)21-04-1941
Berlin
Die Stimme seines Herrn62824
FZZ (past-war)
223
(-223)
French
Entrance of Juliet (Ballet Romeo and Juliet) (Charles Gounod)
Consert Ensemble, Conductor Ferdinand Krish1948
Moscow
FZZ (past-war)
224
(-224)
French
Bride and flowers (Ballet Romeo and Juliet) (Charles Gounod)
Consert Ensemble, Conductor Ferdinand Krish1948
Moscow
FZZ (past-war)
FZZ (pre-war)
879
RussianConcert Ensemble
Forget Me Not, op. 22 ( , op. 22), intermezzo (Allan Macbeth)
Concert Ensemble, Conductor Ferdinand Krish1941
Moscow
FZZ (pre-war)  139
973
RussianBrass band
March () (Ferdinand Krish)
State brass band of USSR, Conductor Victor Kubackiy1941
Moscow
FZZ (pre-war)--220
Gramophone Co.
024033
(1923)
French, RussianDuet: Mezzo-soprano and Tenor with Orchestra
Dalilah and Samson Duet - Cest toi, cest toi, mon ben-aime... Mon coeur souvre ( - , ) (Opera Samson et Dalila, act 2) (Camille Saint-Saëns, lyrics by Ferdinand Lemaire)
Vera N. Petrova Zvantseva, Vasily P. Damaev, acc. orchestra, Conductor Bruno Seidler-Winkler25-01-1910
Moscow
Monarch (Angel)
Vera N. Petrova Zvantseva, Vasily P. Damaev, acc. orchestraMonarch (Cupid)
022238
(2440)
Russian, GermanBass with Piano
The execution () (Das Haidegrab), ballad (Wilhelm Heiser, lyrics by Ferdinand Brunold)
Lev Sibiryakov (Spivak), acc. piano25-09-1911
St.-Petersburg
Monarch (Cupid)
33623
(2851r)
French, RussianContralto with Orchestra
Mon coeur souvre a ta voix ( - , (Mon coeur souvre a ta voix)) (Opera Samson et Dalila, act 3) (Camille Saint-Saëns, lyrics by Ferdinand Lemaire)
Eugenia Zbrueva, acc. orchestra1907
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Angel)
62824 A
(9185)
GR9
GermanTenor with grand piano
Cradle-song: "Sleep, my beautiful baby!" (Alexander Gretchaninov)
Walther Ludwig, acc. Ferdinand Lettner (grand piano "steinway")Gramophone Co.
Gramplasttrest
97
Austrian, RussianOrchestra
The Blue Danube ( ( )), waltz (Johann Strauss)
Ferdinand Krish and his Concert Ensemble, Conductor Ferdinand Krish03-1934
Moscow
Gramplasttrest NKTP (diamond, no plant name)-404
98
Austrian, RussianDance Orchestra
The Blue Danube (ending) ( ( ) ()), waltz (Johann Strauss)
Ferdinand Krish and his Concert Ensemble, Conductor Ferdinand Krish03-1934
Moscow
Gramplasttrest NKTP (diamond, no plant name)-404
123
Spanish, RussianDance Orchestra
España Cañí ( (España Cañí)), pasodoble (Pascual Marquina)
Ferdinand Krish and his Concert Ensemble, Conductor Ferdinand Krish25-03-1934
Moscow
Interim GPT Labels-401
Gramplasttrest NKTP (diamond, no plant name) 401
SovSong
124
German, RussianDance Orchestra
Samum (A Symphonic Foxtrot) ( ( )) (Carl Robrecht, arr. Ferdinand Krish)
Ferdinand Krish and his Concert Ensemble, Conductor Ferdinand Krish25-03-1934
Moscow
Interim GPT Labels-401
124
(124)
German, RussianDance Orchestra
Samum (A Symphonic Foxtrot) ( ( )) (Carl Robrecht, arr. Ferdinand Krish)
Ferdinand Krish and his Concert Ensemble, Conductor Ferdinand Krish25-03-1934
Moscow
Gramplasttrest NKTP (diamond, no plant name) 401
SovSong
161
Austrian, RussianConcert Orchestra
Roses from the South ( ) (Rosen aus dem Süden), waltz (Johann Strauss II)
Ferdinand Krish and his Concert Ensemble, Conductor Ferdinand Krish1934
Moscow
Gramplasttrest NKTP (diamond, no plant name) 403
 106
 
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