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Muztrust (1929) (Музтрест (1929)) (Wiktor)
Muztrust (1929) (Музтрест ...
Mustrust Record Catalogs

 

«SYRENA-RECORD» Catalog (in Russian) (Каталог «СИРЕНА-РЕКОРД») (bernikov)
«SYRENA-RECORD» Catalog (in ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

     
Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Gramplasttrest and successors
16116
RussianChoir
Warszawianka (Варшавянка (Вихри враждебные)), revolutionary song
Republican Russian singing capella, Conductor A.S. Stepanov1948
Moscow
Leningrad PlantГ 507
Accord
LEF (2nd numbering)
0006
RussianChoir with Ensemble
Warszawianka (Варшавянка), revolutionary song (arr. Alexander Anisimov, lyrics by Gleb Krzhyzhanovsky)
Leningrad Front Political Administration' Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Anisimov1943
Leningrad
LEF (2nd numbering)
MusTrust (electric process)
571
RussianFemale Choir
Evil Winds (Вихри враждебные (Варшавянка)), revolutionary song (Alexander Alexandrov)
SOFIL Women' Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by E.V. Loginova22-12-1929
Moscow
MusTrust VSNH (el)14275
Muzpred (0x-numbering)
0x71
RussianAccordion Trio
Warszawianka (Варшавянка), march song
Leopold Rakhollo, Mikhail Borovkov, Nikolay Novozhilov1923
Moscow
Muzpred NKP (0x, "Fabrika pamyati 1905 goda" on the top)
Phono-postcards (soviet period)
100
Russian, PolishChoir
Warszawianka (Варшавянка (Вихри враждебные)), revolutionary song
All-Union Radio Choir, Conductor [ru]Алексей Матвеевич Ковалев[ru]Alexey Kovalev1955
Moscow
Phono-postcards (soviet period)
RAOG=Russian Stockholders Company of Grammophone
40112
Russian, PolishOrchestra
Warszawianka (Варшавянка (Вихри враждебные)), revolutionary song
Orchestra RAOG1917
Moscow
RAOG=Russian Stockholders Company of Grammophone
40129
Russian, Polishmixed choir
Warszawianka (Варшавянка (Вихри враждебные)), revolutionary song (lyrics by Vaclav Sventsitsky, translator Gleb Krzhizhanovsky)
Moscow State Theatre Choir, acc. piano1917
Moscow
RAOG=Russian Stockholders Company of Grammophone
 
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