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The exact date of appearance Lyrophon in Russia is to difficultl to establish, but it is known, that the representative of the company in Russia was somebody J.M.Joelson. It looks like Lyrophon had two large recording sessions: the first one as soon as 1905, the second one circa 1910. They made very interesting recordings of artist of Imperator Mariinsk Opera N.A.Bolshakov (tenor) performing arias from Pagliacci Leoncavallo and Pique Dame Tschaikowsky operas, recordings of K.G.Van-Brin (soprano), singer of Imperator Nicholas II Peoples House performed excerpts form Fausts Gounod and Delibes Lakme, recordings of prominent opera and operetta artists V.P.Damaev, A.V.Smirnov, L.M.Sibirjakov, N.A.Mikhajlov, E.A.Orel, M.I.Vavich, famous Varja Panina. There are interesting records of church music performed by the Sacred Chorus of Isaacs Cathedral (motets Rejoice Holy Mother, Blessed Joseph, In Thee Rejoiceth) and Chorus of the Kazans Cathedral in Petersburg. There were many recordings of light dance, instrumental, and orchestra music (march Soldiers in a Park, dances Pas d'Espan, Pas d'Patiner, Pas D'Gras, and etc.) performed by different orchestras. The great success was the recording of A.V.Vyalceva during the second session. By the way, just like famous Francis D'Andrade, Vyalceva was awarded with personal matrix numbers, marked by letters Vya ().

Besides Grand format, there was unusual 5 (12,5 sm) format called Gmone or Lilliput used for popular orchestral music.

Matrix numbers of Russian recordings were marked with prefix Rs ("Rss" on the labels), P for Polish. On the "mirror" (the dead wax between the last groove and the edge of label) matrix number digits are engraved in a normal position while the letters are mirrored, have different handwriting, and often do not fit into the allocated room. It tells us that letters were added at later stage of the process: either on the negative master resulting from electroplating of the original wax matrix, or on negative stamper, from which the final records were pressed. I favor the second version, as the letters are often followed by the Roman figure (I, II), made by the same handwriting and apparently at the same time, and most likely playing the role of stamper indicators.

In 1908 Lyrophon introduced Gloria label, that is currently is great collectors rarity. It should not be confused with much more common electrically recorded Gloria produced in 1930.

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Cat No▲
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
Label(s)Order No
[xRef Nos]
Files
20
(20rs)
Russian
Its a wind bows the treebranch ( ), folk song
Singers Chorus of V.Varshavsky, Conductor Vasily VarshavskyMoscowLyrophon (black)
31
(Rs 31)
Russiancomic couplet
He Will Grow Up ( ), couplets (lyrics by Stanislav Sarmatov)
Stanislav Sarmatov, acc. pianoMoscowLyrophon (black)
37
(37rs)
RussianComic Song with Piano
Affairs are going badly ( ), comic song
Stanislav Sarmatov, acc. pianoMoscowLyrophon (black)
41
(Rs 41)
RussianContralto with piano
Vanyas song - When my mother was killed ( - ) (Opera A Life for the Tzar (Ivan Susanin), act 3) (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Yegor Rozen)
Claudia Tugarinova, acc. piano1905
Moscow
Lyrophon (black)
96
(Rs 96)
Russianbalalaika orchestra
Moon Shines Brtightly ( ), folk song
Great Russian Balalaika Orchestra, Conductor Boris TroyanovskySt.PetersburgLyrophon (black)
98
(Rs 98)
Russianbalalaika orchestra
The Dove is Whimpering ( ), folk song
Great Russian Balalaika Orchestra, Conductor Boris TroyanovskySt.PetersburgLyrophon (black)
99
(Rs 99)
Russianbalalaika orchestra
The Faun (), waltz
Boris TroyanovskySt.PetersburgLyrophon (black)
109
(P.109)
German, PolishBaritone with Orchestra
Oh, you are the night star (O du mein holder Abendstern) (Pieśń do gwiazdy) (Opera Tannhäuser, act 3) (Richard Wagner)
Adam Ludwig, acc. orchestraLvivLyrophon
110
(Rs 110)
Russiancomic couplet
Laughter in 12 Variations ( 12 ), couplets (lyrics by I.Shatov, Ivan Pushkin)
Ivan Pushkin, acc. guitarbefore 1908
St.Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
115
(P.115)
Polish
Song. Tears fell, op.24 nr 1 (Pieśń.Polały się łzy, op.24 nr 1) (Ignacy Jan Paderewski, lyrics by Adam Mickiewicz)
Adam LudwigLvivLyrophon
130
(130rs)
RussianBrass Band
Beautiful Creole ( ), cake-walk (Alexandrov)
Horse Guardsmen Band of the Empress Maria Feodorovna, Conductor I. I. ArmegeymerLyrophon (black)
St.-Petersburg
136
(Rs 136)
RussianBaritone with Piano
The first Demons romance - Do not weep, child ( - , ) (Opera The Demon, act 2) (Anton G. Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Alexander V. Smirnov, acc. piano1905
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
138
(Rs 138)
RussianBaritone with Piano
The second Demons romance - On the Ocean of the Air ( - ) (Opera The Demon, act 2) (Anton Rubinshtein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Alexander Smirnov, acc. piano1905
St-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
179
(179rs)
RussianBrass Band
Le Doute (), waltz (F.I. Detlaf)
Brass BandSt.-PetersburgLyrophon (black)[1720]
183
(183rs)
RussianBrass Band
On The Hills of Manchuria ( ), waltz (Ilya Shatrov)
Brass BandLyrophon (black)
185
(185rs)
Ukrainian, RussianBrass Band
Ukrainian Kozachok. Hopak. ( . .), folk dance (Alexander Tsarman)
Brass BandLyrophon (black)
190
(190 RS)
RussianOrchestra
Geisha (), dance (Alexander Tzarman)
OrchestraMoscowLyrophon (black)
191
(191 RS)
Russian, PolishOrchestra
Polish (), dance (Alexander Tzarman)
OrchestraMoscowLyrophon (black)
192
(192 rs)
Russianbrass band
Barynya (), dance (arr. B.Klimov)
brass band1905?Lyrophon (black)
193
(193 rs)
Russianbrass band
Kamarinskaya (), dance (arr. B. Keil)
brass band1905?Lyrophon (black)
215
(215rs)
Russian
Screw (), couplets
Stanislav F. Sarmatov, acc. orchestraMoscowLyrophon (black)
216
(216rs)
Russian
Matter of entertainment ( ), couplets
S.F.SarmatovMoscowLyrophon (black)
226a
(Rss 226a)
RussianSoprano with Violin
Nocturne (), romance (Chopin)
Maria A. Mikhailova, acc. N.T.Manasevich (violin)1907
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophone
231
(Rs 231)
RussianSoprano with Piano
Darling girl ( - ), song (Alexander S. Dargomyzhsky)
Maria A. Mikhailova, acc. piano1907
St.Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
233
(Rs 233)
French, RussianSoprano with Orchestra
O beau pays de la Touraine ( - ) (Opera Les Huguenots, act 2) (Giacomo Meyerbeer, lyrics by Eugene Scribe, Emile Deschamps, based on: [ru] [ru]Prosper Merimee: The novel Chronique du regne de Charles IX)
Maria A. Mikhailova, acc. orchestra1907
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
234
(234 rs)
RussianSoprano with orchestra
Alfin son tua ( ) (Opera Lucia di Lammermoor) (Gaetano Donizetti, lyrics by Salvatore Cammarano, based on: Walter Scott: The novel The Bride of Lammermoor)
Maria A. Mikhailova, acc. orchestra1907
St.-Petersburg
Elephone Records182
(234 rs)
235
(235 rss)
RussianSoprano with Flute & Orchestra
Charmant oiseau ( - ) (Opera La Perle du Brésil) (David)
Maria Michailova, acc. A.N.Semenov (flute & orchestra)1907
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophone
236
(236 rs)
RussianSoprano with orchestra
, romance (Eva Dell-Acqua)
Maria A. Mikhailova, acc. orchestra1907
St.-Petersburg
Elephone Records183
(236 rs)
253
(Rss 253)
Russian
, march (D.M. Trifonov, arr. Franz J. Kroupa)
, Conductor .. .. Lyrophon (black)
260
(260rs)
1
RussianDuet with Chorus
The Sun Rises And Sets ( ) (Drama On the Bottom) (lyrics by A.M.Gorky (Peshkov))
Russian Male Chorus, Conductor I.M.Solovyev, G.Z.Bruev, Solo by A.Zhukov, KoltsovLyrophon (black)
330
(Rss 330)
RussianOrchestra
, waltz (Vasily I. Katansky)
Brass BandLyrophon (black)
331
(Rss 331)
RussianBrass Band
In the evening (), waltz (Vasily I. Katansky)
Brass BandLyrophon (black)
349
(Rss 349)
RussianTenor with Piano
Shepherdess (), waltz (Operetta Der Obersteiger) (Carl Zeller)
Nikolay Bolshakov (Arkadev), acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
350
(Rss 350)
RussianTenor with Piano
Swing song (interpolated number) ( - , ( )) (Operetta The Merry Widow) (Victor Holländer)
Nikolay Bolshakov (Arkadev), acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
351
(Rss 351-A)
RussianTenor with Piano
Hermans arioso - I do not know her name ( - ) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
Nikolay Bolshakov (Arkadev), acc. piano1907
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
352
(Rss 352)
RussianTenor with Piano
Lenskys arioso - I love you, Olga ( - , ) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Nikolay Bolshakov (Arkadyev), acc. piano1907
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
355
(Rs 355)
RussianTenor with Piano
Hermans aria - Forgive me, heavenly creature ( - , ) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
Nikolay Bolshakov (Arkadev), acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
356
(RS 356)
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Ridi, Pagliaccio (Laugh, clown, laugh) ( ) (Opera Pagliacci, act 1) (Ruggero Leoncavallo)
Nikolay Bolshakov (Arkadev), acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
357
(Rs 357)
Polish, RussianTenor with Piano
Jonteks Thought - In the hills the wind wails ( - ) (Opera Halka, act 4) (Stanisław Moniuszko, lyrics by Włodzimierz Wolsky, based on: Włodzimierz Wolsky/Kazimierz Vuynitsky: Poem/Novel Halka/The mountain girl)
Nikolay A. Bolshakov (Arkadyev), acc. piano1907
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
367
(Rs 367)
RussianTenor with Piano
Lenskys aria - Whither, whither have you gone ( - , , ) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Nikolay Bolshakov (Arkadyev), acc. piano1907
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
377
(377 381)
UkrainianChoir
As I died (commandment of Shevchenko) ( ( )) (lyrics by Taras Shevchenko)
Ukrainian troupe Choir of O.Z. Suslov, Conductor S.O. Kharkovsky, Solo by KalinenkoLyrophon (black)
381
(381 Rss)
UkrainianChoir
Roared and Groaned The Dnepr River, song (Mikhail Slonov, lyrics by Taras Shevchenko)
Ukrainian troupe Choir of O.Z. Suslov, Conductor S.O. KharkovskyLyrophon (black)
388
(Rss. 388)
RussianBass
Calm, so calm (, ), gypsy romance (Perotti)
Mikhail Vavich, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
390
(Rss 390)
RussianBass with Piano
Chrysanthemums (You want to know) (), romance (Baroness Alexandra Radoshevskaya)
Mikhail Vavich, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
391
(Rss 391)
RussianBass with Piano
Im in Love with Your Eyes (, (, )), romance (A.Vilensky, lyrics by Tatyana Shepkina-Kupernik)
Mikhail I. Vavich, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
393
(Rss393)
RussianBass with Piano
A misty morning, a grey morning ( ), romance (Erast Abaza, lyrics by Ivan S. Turgenev)
Mikhail Vavich, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
396
(Rss 396)
RussianBass with Piano
a) You will fall in love; b) Christs Covenant () ; ) ), romance (O. Kassau, Alexander Vilinsky)
Mikhail Vavich, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
397
(Rss 397)
RussianBass
Swing song (interpolated number) ( - , ( )) (Operetta The Merry Widow) (Victor Holländer)
Mikhail Vavich, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
398
(Rss 398)
RussianBass with Piano
The Volga troika ( ( )), folk song
Mikhail I. Vavich, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
419
(Rss 419)
RussianVocal with harmony
Batyushki Matyushki ( ), folk comic song
Peter Nevsly (Peter Emelyanov), acc. harmonyLyrophon (black)
425
(425rs)
RussianComic with Harmonica
Before - Now ( - ), couplets
Peter Nevsly (Peter Emelyanov)Lyrophon
426
(426rs)
RussianComic with Harmonica
At Home and Abroad ( ), couplets
Peter Nevsly (Peter Emelyanov)Lyrophon
465
(Rss 465)
RussianChoir
Vanka the Steward ( ), folk song (lyrics by Vsevolod Krestovsky)
Russian folk chourus, Conductor Vasily Varshavsky, Solo by MironovLyrophon (black)
468
(Rss 468)
Russian
There died a poor man (, ), folk song (Y.F.Prigozhy, lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Russian folk chourus, acc. v.s.varshavsky, Solo by MironovLyrophon (black)
503
(Rss 503)
RussianBass with Piano
When the King went forth to war, Ballada, Op. 7 No 6 ( , , . 7 6) (Fedor Koeneman)
Boris S. Veprinsky, acc. piano1909
St.Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
504
(Rss 504)
French, RussianBass with Piano
Song of the Golden Calf ( ) (Le veau dor) (Opera Faust, act 2) (Charles Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Boris S. Veprinsky, acc. piano1909
St.Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
511
(511 Rss)
Ukrainian, Little RussianBass
Roared and Groaned The Dnepr River, song (Mikhail Slonov, lyrics by Taras Shevchenko)
Boris VeprinskyLyrophon (black)
512
(512 Rss)
Ukrainian, Little RussianBass
In the meadow, on the bank, song (Mikhail Slonov)
Boris VeprinskyLyrophon (black)
527
(Rss 527)
RussianTalking
1. Snow White 2. Wicked witch (1. 2. ), short story
Boris Octavin (B.S. Borisov?)Lyrophon (black)
571
RussianWhistling with orchestra
Hiawatha (), dance (Neil Moret)
Max Laube, acc. brass bandLyrophon (black)
661
(Rss 661)
French, RussianBass with Piano
La Tentation (), romance (Giacomo Meyerbeer)
Lev M. Sibiryakov, acc. piano1910
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
662
(Rs 662)
RussianBass with Piano
Disenchantment, Op. 65, No 2 (, Op. 65, No 2), romance (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by P. Collin [translation A. Gorchakov])
Lev M. Sibiryakov, acc. piano1910
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
663
(Rss 663)
French, RussianBass with Piano
Song of the Golden Calf ( ) (Le veau dor) (Opera Faust, act 2) (Charles Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Lev Sibiryakov, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
~1910
St.-Petersburg
664
(Rss 664)
French, RussianBass with Piano
Sérénade de Mefistopheles - Vous qui faites lendormie ( - , ) (Opera Faust, act 2) (Charles Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Lev Sibiryakov, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
~1910
St.-Petersburg
716
(Rss716)
RussianTenor with Piano
Open the window ( , ), folk song
A.I. Rebrov, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
793
(Rss 793)
RussianFolk Chorus
Sinking of the Varyag ( ""), folk song
Russian Folk Chorus, Conductor V.S.Varshavsky, Solo by G.MironovLyrophon (black)
794
(Rss 794)
RussianFolk Chorus
The White Snows ( ), folk song
Russian Folk Chorus, Conductor V.S.Varshavsky, Solo by G.MironovLyrophon (black)
815
(Rss 815)
RussianTenor with Piano
Alesha Popovichs second song - Flowers were blooming in the field ( - ) (Opera Dobrynya Nikitich, act 1) (Alexander Grechaninov)
Vasily Damaev, acc. piano1910
Moscow
Lyrophon (black), Beka-Record80023
816
(Rss 816)
RussianTenor with Piano
Vakulas Song - Whether a maiden hears a heart of yours ( - , , ) (Opera The Slippers, act 3) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Yakov Polonsky, based on: Nikolay Gogol: The story The Night Before Christmas)
Vassily Damaev, acc. pianoLyrophon (black), Beka-Record80024
Vassily P. Damaev, acc. piano1910
Moscow
817
(Rss 817)
RussianTenor with Piano
Sadkos aria - O you dark oak-grove ( - , ) (Opera Sadko, act 2) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, lyrics by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, Vladimir Belsky)
Vasily Damaev, acc. piano1910
Moscow
Lyrophon (black), Beka-Record80022
Lyrophon (black)
818
(Rss 818)
RussianTenor with Piano
Hermans aria - What is our life ( - ?) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 3) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
Vasily P. Damaev, acc. orchestra1910
Piano
Lyrophon (black), Beka-Record80025
819
(Rss 819)
Russian, SpanishTenor with Piano
Song of exile, Op. 23 No 2 ( , . 23 2) (Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov, lyrics by V. Botkin [translation])
Vasily P. DamaevLyrophon (black), Beka-Record80019
1910
Moscow
820
(Rss 820)
RussianTenor with Piano
How it hurts me, op. 21 ( , . 21), romance (Sergei Rakhmaninov, lyrics by G. Galina)
Vasily P. Damaev, acc. pianoLyrophon (black), Beka-Record80020
1910
Moscow
829
(Rss 829)
RussianBass with Piano
Cardinal Cavatina - When discord, hatred and revenge ( - , ) (Opera La Juive) (Jacques-François-Fromental-Élie Halévy)
B.S. Veprinsky, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
830
(Rss 830)
RussianBass with Piano
Song of the Viking Guest - Against the cruel crags ( - ) (Opera Sadko, act 3) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, lyrics by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, Vladimir Belsky)
Boris Veprinsky, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
835
(Rs 835)
RussianBass with piano and violin
Doubt (Be still, my fears) ( ( )), romance (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Nestor Kukolnik)
Boris S. Veprinsky, acc. piano and violinLyrophon (black)
955
(Rss 955)
RussianTenor with Piano
Sadkos aria - O you dark oak-grove ( - , ) (Opera Sadko, act 2) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, lyrics by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, Vladimir Belsky)
Vasily Damaev, acc. piano1910
Moscow
Lyrophon (black)817
(Rss 817)
RussianTenor with Piano
The tempest rages in the fields (, ), song (Vladimir Timofeevich Sokolov, lyrics by I. Nikitin)
Vasily P. Damaev, acc. pianoLyrophon (black), Beka-Record80021
968
(Rss 968)
Ukrainian
Damnation scene, theatre performance (Melodrama The Christened Jewess) (lyrics by Ivan A.Togobochny)
Morskaya, Ratushenko, Bakovenko~1911
Kharkov
Lyrophon (black)
995
(Rss 995)
RussianTenor with Violin and Flute obbligato
Pray (), romance (Alexander Villamov)
Andrey M. Labinsky, acc. A. NN. T. Manasevitch (Violin), A. N. Semenov (Flute) (violin and flute)1910
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
996
(Rss 996)
French, RussianTenor with Violin and Flute obbligato
Salut demeure ( - , ) (Opera Faust, act 3) (Charles Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Andrey M. Labinsky, acc. N. T. Manasevitch (Violin), A. N. Semenov (Flute) (violin and flute)1910
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
999
(Rss 999)
Russian, FrenchTenor with Piano
Rudels song - Love is an entrancing dream ( " - "), theatre performance (Play Faraway Princess, act 1) (A. Pavlov, arr. . . -, lyrics by Edmond Rostand)
Andrej Labinsky, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
1000
(Rss 1000)
RussianTenor with Piano
a) Quietly and clearly, b) You have forgiven me () , ) ), romance (E. Greve-Sobolevskaya, A. Petrov, lyrics by K. Medveditsky)
Andrej Labinsky, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
1156
RussianOrchestra
Viennese Blood op.354 ( .354), waltz (Johann Strauss II)
Lyrophon (black)
1162
RussianOrchestra
Waves of the Danube ( ), waltz (I.Ivanovichi)
Lyrophon (black)
2657
(RS 5316)
Polish
Ironing woman (Prasowaczka), polka
Joseph Stalinger, acc. clarinet~1909Lyrophon Concert Record
2658
(RS 5317)
Polish
Adaminka, polka
J.Stalinger~1909Lyrophon Concert Record
2667
RussianOrchestra
Suite Nr. 1, op. 10 ( 1 . 10) (Suite Caucasian sketches) (Mikhail M. Ippolitov-Ivanov)
Orchestra of the Volhynian Life Guards regiment, Conductor Vladimir A. PavelkoLyrophon Concert Record
2669
RussianOrchestra
Russian lace ( ), dance (Ludwig Minkus)
Orchestra of the Volhynian Life Guards regiment, Conductor Vladimir A. PavelkoLyrophon Concert Record
4013
(Rss 4013)
RussianBaritone with chorus & piano
Hey you, tundra (, ), folk (prisoners) song
Alexander E. Bobrov, acc. 1. piano ; choir i. k. linsky1910
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
4014
(Rss 4014)
RussianBaritone with Chorus & Piano
Fast as The Waves ( ), students song (Andrey Srebryansky)
Alexander E. Bobrov, acc. 1. piano ; choir i. k. linsky1910
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
4103
(Rss 4103)
Russian
A quiet corner (), gypsy romance
Varya Panina, acc. guitarsLyrophon (red)
4104
(Rss 4104)
I
Russian
Oh no, dreams (, ), romance
Varya Panina, acc. guitarsLyrophon (red)
4105
(Rss 4105)
Gypsy, Russian
The Pedlars (), romance (Shishkin, lyrics by Nikolay Nekrasov)
Varya Panina, acc. guitarsLyrophon (red)
4106
(Rss 4106)
Gypsy, Russian
He Went Once ( ), romance (Shishkin)
Varya Panina, acc. guitarsLyrophon (red)
4108
(Rss 4108)
RussianContralto with Guitars
Swan Song ( ), romance (Maria Poiret)
Varvara (Varya) Panina, acc. K.Vasilev, N.Shishkin (guitars)MoscowLyrophon (red)
4113
(Rss 4113)
RussianMezzo-soprano with piano
Weeping willows are sleeping ( ), romance (baron B.B., lyrics by A. Timofeev)
, acc. Lyrophon (red)
4134
(Rss 4134)
Russian
A Vaska slushaet, da est ( , ), couplets (Valentinov)
A.D.Koshevsky, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
4135
(Rss 4135)
Russian
One-Two-Three (--) (Operetta Merry Widow) (Lehár)
A.D.Koshevsky, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
4235
(Rss 4235)
Russian
The Last Night of the Convict ( ), waltz (I.S. Katzman)
OrchestaLyrophon (black)
4236
(Rss 4236)
Russian
The Last Dream ( ), waltz (I.S. Katzman)
OrchestaLyrophon (black)
4257
(Rss 4257)
Russian
Bye (), march (M.P.Kosmin)
OrchestaLyrophon (black)
4417
(Rss 4417)
UkrainianDuet with Orchestra
Black Khmara (Opera The Zaporozhian Cossack) (Semen Hulak-Artemovsky)
A.G.Klimenko and G.I.Markov, acc. orchestraLyrophon (black)
4418
(Rss 4418)
UkrainianDuet with Orchestra
Where did you come ( ) (Opera The Zaporozhian Cossack) (Semen Hulak-Artemovsky)
A.G.Klimenko and N.F.Slyusar, acc. orchestraLyrophon (black)
4500
(Rss 4500)
Russian
The Days of Our Life ( ), march (Leo Isaacovich Chernetzky)
Lyrophone OrchestraLyrophon (black)
4567
(Rss 4567)
RussianAccordion with Piano
Variations of Favorite Russian Songs ( ), folk songs
Petr Nevsky, acc. Sergei Shaposhnikov (piano)Lyrophon (black)
4568
(Rss 4568)
Romanian, RussianAccordion with Piano
Favorite Romanian Motives ( ), folk songs
Petr Nevsky, acc. Sergei Shaposhnikov (piano)Lyrophon (black)
4581
(Rss 4581)
RussianComic
Dog distinguishing honesty (, ), comic scene
Bim-Bom (Ivan Radunsky & Mieczysław Stanevsky)Lyrophon (black)
4582
(Rss 4582)
Russian
Four humorous stories ( ), comic short story
Bim-Bom (Ivan Radunsky & Mieczysław Stanevsky)Lyrophon (black)
4585
(Rss 4585)
Russian
1) Enough fellow to grieve; 2) Oh you bird of passage (1) , , ; 2) , , ), songs (Zorin, Chernyavsky)
Nadezhda PlevitskayaLyrophon (black)
4586
(Rss 4586)
Russian
The Gull (), romance (E.Zhurakovsky, lyrics by Elena Bulanina)
Nadezhda PlevitskayaLyrophon (black)
4619
(Rss 4619)
RussianMale Chorus
The new entrance hall ( , ), folk song
Male Russian Chorus of Skalkin, Conductor Alexander AlexandrovLyrophon (black)
4620
(Rss 4620)
RussianMale Chorus
Green Grove ( ), folk song
Male Russian Chorus of Skalkin, Conductor Alexander AlexandrovLyrophon (black)
4640
(Rss 4640)
RussianDuet with piano
Understand Me ( ), romance (Varlamov)
[ru]. . , . . , acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
4641
(Rss 4641)
RussianDuet with piano
Elegie - Do not tempt me needlessly ( - ), romance (Mikhail Glinka)
[ru]. . , . . , acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
4648
(Rss 4648)
RussianTrio with piano
I loved you ( ), romance (Boris S. Sheremetev, lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
E.V.Minina, I.I.Belyaev, S.G.Bahmutov, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
4649
(Rss 4649)
RussianTrio with piano
The evenings golden clounds ( ), song (Alexander Dargomyzhsky, lyrics by Mikhail Lermontov)
E.V.Minina, I.I.Belyaev, S.G.Bahmutov, acc. pianoLyrophon (black)
4705
(Rss 4705)
RussianDuet
Saffron milk cap mushrooms (), couplets
Petr Zhukov and Polikarp Orlov, acc. balalaika and accordionLyrophon (black)
4706
(Rss 4706)
RussianDuet
Everything will go off all right ( ), couplets
Petr Zhukov and Polikarp Orlov, acc. balalaika and accordionLyrophon (black)
4717
(Rss 4717)
RussianBass with orchestra
Holoferness militant song ( ) (Opera Judith) (Alexander Serov, lyrics by Konstantin Zvantsov, Dmitry Lobanov, Apollon Maikov,Giovanni Giustiniani, based on: : Biblical legend Judith and Holofernes)
Alexander Kachenovsky, acc. orchestraLyrophon (black)
4722
(Rss  4722)
RussianBass with orchestra
Tomskys song - If Only Darling Maidens ( - ) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 3) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
Alexander Kachenovsky, acc. orchestraLyrophon (black)
4726
(Rss 4726)
RussianChoir
God is with us ( ), church canticle (Borz)
Choir of St. Isaac's Cathedral of St. PetersburgSt.-PetersburgLyrophon (black)
4727
(Rss 4727)
RussianChoir
Hail to the Queen ( ), church canticle (Turchaninov)
Choir of St. Isaac's Cathedral of St. PetersburgSt.-PetersburgLyrophon (black)
4919
(Rss 4919)
Russian
On The Church Porch ( ), folk song
Male Chorus, Conductor Skalkin, Solo by ButenkoLyrophon (black)
4920
(Rss 4920)
Russian
The Mountains of Gold ( ), folk song
Male Chorus, Conductor Skalkin, Solo by ButenkoLyrophon (black)
4953
(Rss 4953)
RussianDeclamation
Earthly paradise ( ), comic short story
E. SolovtsovLyrophon (black)
4954
(Rss 4954)
RussianDeclamation
fifty-fifty (), comic short story
E. SolovtsovLyrophon (black)
4972
(Rss 4972)
RussianBand
Etrange (), dance (Alexander Tzarman)
"Lyrophon" orchestraLyrophon (black)
"Lyraphon" Orchestra
4973
(Rss 4973)
American, RussianDance Orchestra
Kickapoo (), dance (Elks)
"Lyraphon" OrchestraLyrophon (black)
Russian, AmericanDance Orchestra
Kickapoo (), dance (Elks)
5151
(Rss 5151)
RussianTalking
A scourge of the mankind ( ), speech
Ivan ProhanovLyrophon Concert Record
15038
(o15038)
1
RussianOrchestra
Longing for past ( ), march (A.Emelyanov)
OrchestraLyrophon (orange)
15039
(o15039)
RussianOrchestra
Moldavian Waltz ( ) (D. Chetyrkin)
OrchestraLyrophon (orange)
15040
(o15040)
Russian
The Forest Tale ( ), waltz (Wilhelm (Vasily) Becker)
Orchestra, Conductor BüchnerBerlinLyrophon (orange)
15043
(o15043)
Russian
Longing for home ( ), march (D.M. Trifonov, arr. Franz J. Kroupa)
OrchestraLyrophon (orange)
Wja2
RussianMezzo-soprano with piano
Do you remember the night? ( ?), romance (Alexey Taskin)
Anastasiya Vyaltseva, acc. Alexey Taskin (piano)~1910
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (pink)
Wja3
RussianMezzo-soprano with piano
Kalinka (), folk song (arr. A. Chernyavsky)
Anastasiya Vyaltseva, acc. piano1910
Yalta
Beka-Grand-Plastinka (red)80002
(Wja3)
Wja5
RussianMezzo-Soprano
The little pipe (), romance (K.Tidemann)
A.D.Vyaltseva, acc. A.Taskin (piano)~1910
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (pink)
Wja11
RussianMezzo-soprano with piano
Here (), gypsy romance (Alexander N. Chernyavsky)
Anastasia D. Vyaltseva, acc. Alexey V. Taskin (piano)1910
Yalta
Lyrophon (pink)
Wja12
RussianMezzo-soprano with piano
The swallow (Vieni sul mar) (), neapolitan song (arr. S. Sadovsky, lyrics by K. Linsky)
Anastasia D. Vyaltseva, acc. Alexey V. Taskin (piano)1910
Yalta
Lyrophon (pink)
Wja13
RussianMezzo-soprano with piano
Plot of land (As I reaped my little plot of land ( ( )), folk song (arr. A. Chernyavsky)
Anastasiya Vyaltseva, acc. piano1910
Yalta
Beka-Grand-Plastinka (red)80003
(Wja13)
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