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Noen Riägen
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Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Amiga
50/45 B
(AM 1481)
German, RussianDance Orchestra
Come to Saratov ( ) (Komm mit nach Saratow), foxtrot (Mark Fradkin, lyrics by Helmut Kießling (German))
Das Tanzorchester des Senders Leipzig Leitung Kurt Henkels Gesang: Irma Baltuttis, acc. orchestra, Conductor Kurt Henkels (leader), Solo by Irma Baltuttis (vocal)~09-1951
Berlin
Amiga
50/50 A
(AM 1487)
2
German, RussianDance Orchestra
Reiterlied, foxtrot (Alexander Tsfasman, lyrics by Hans-Georg Herde, M. Koch (German))
Das Tanzorchester des Senders Leipzig Leitung Kurt Henkels Gesang: Hanns Petersen, acc. orchestra, Conductor Kurt Henkels (leader), Solo by Hnns Petersen (vocal)~09-1951
Berlin
Amiga
50/415 B
(AM 1513)
French, GermanOrchestra
Domino, song (Louis Ferrari)
acc. orchestraAmiga50/415
Beka-Record
B.5169-I
(32394)
RussianOrchestra
Song about Wolga boatmens (Gesang der Wolga-Bootsleute)
Edith Lorand, Conductor Edith Lorand1924-03-28
Berlin
Beka (red)
Brillant-Special
447
(917)
GermanTenor with orchestra accompaniment
Wolgalied, operetta (Der Zarewitsch Operetta) (Franz Lehár, lyrics by Béla Jenbach, Heinz Reichert)
Kapelle: Walter Raatzke. Gesang: Opernsänger Hugo Manzoni, acc. orchestra, Conductor Walter Raatzke~04-1936
Berlin
Brillant-Special447
477
(987)
German, RussianDance orchestra
Russische Romanze und Tanz, romance (Russian traditional)
Kapelle Baron-Milton, Conductor Fred Baron-Milton~11-1936
Berlin
Brillant-Special
Columbia Record
5066-M
(AX 1276)
RussianRussian Male Choir
Song of the Volga boatmen ( ), folk song
Don Cossack Chorus Serge Jaroff, Conductor Serge JaroffColumbia (European)
9085
(AX 1276)
RussianRussian Male Choir
Song of the Volga boatmen ( ), folk song
Don Cossack Chorus Serge Jaroff, Conductor Serge Jaroff~1927Columbia (European)[E.PLOIX-MUSIQUE]
~1926
9085
(AX 1276.)
RussianRussian Male Choir
Song of the Volga boatmen ( ), folk song
Don Cossack Chorus Serge Jaroff, Conductor Serge Jaroff~1926Columbia (European)
DZX 21
(AX 1276)
RussianRussian Male Choir
Song Of The Volga Boatmen ( ), folk song
Don Cossack Chorus Serge Jaroff, Conductor Serge Jaroff~1926Columbia (European)
C. 9085-I X
(C-WAX 5816)
RussianRussian Male Choir
Song of the Volga boatmen ( ), folk song
Don Cossack Chorus Serge Jaroff, Conductor Serge JaroffColumbia (European)
DW 5331
(CR 1272)
RussianMale Choir
Gesang der Wolgaschiffer, folk song
Schwarzmeer-Kosaken-Chor, Conductor Andrei ScholuchColumbia (European)
9085
(WAX 5816)
RussianRussian Male Choir
Song of the Volga boatmen ( ), folk song
Don Cossack Chorus Serge Jaroff, Conductor Serge Jaroff~1927Columbia (European)
CX. 9085
(WAX 5816)
RussianRussian Male Choir
Song of the Volga boatmen ( ), folk song
Don Cossack Chorus Serge Jaroff, Conductor Serge JaroffColumbia (European)
Electrola
X-7-20526
(A 25067)
4
RussianBalalaika Orchestra
Song of the Volga boatmen (, ), folk song
Kirilloff's Russian Balalaika Orchestra, Conductor Aleksandr Kirilloff23-05-1921
New York
ElectrolaE.G. 344
2-022016
(Cc1891)
4
RussianBass with Orchestra
The Song Of The Volga Boatmen (, ), folk song (arr. Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, Fedor Könemann, Revised by Warren-Forster)
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor George W.Byng09-10-1922
Hayes
ElectrolaDB105
[88663, 6058]
2-022051
(Cc 11709)
1▲
RussianBass with Orchestra
Song of the Volga Boatmen (, ), folk song (arr. F.I.Chaliapin, Könemann)
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Albert Coates20-10-1927
London
ElectrolaDB 1103
 
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