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Cat No
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TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
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Gramplasttrest and successors
844
German, French, SpanishDance Orchestra
Tango of Roses (Parmi toutes les fleurs) (Tango de la rose) (Jean Eblinger)
Dajos Bela and his Orchestra, Conductor Dajos Bela1933
Berlin
SovSong 355
Aprelevka Plant-347
 355
Noginsk Plant 355
845
EnglishDance Orchestra
The West Hill (?), foxtrot
Covent Garden Dance Orchestra, Conductor Herman Darewski1933...1934
London
Aprelevka Plant-347
 355
AmericanDance Orchestra
The West Hill (?), foxtrot
Noginsk Plant 355
4524
Spanish, RussianDeclamation and Baritone with Orchestra
Red banner ( ) (Roja bandera), song (Manuel Ramos, lyrics by Samuil Bolotin (Russian version))
Vasily Kachalov, Ernst Busch, acc. orchestra19-11-1936
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 845
1936
Moscow
299 
 845
Noginsk Plant290 
 845
4525
Spanish, RussianDeclamation and Baritone with Orchestra
U.H.P. [Union de Hermanos Proletarios], song (Manuel Ramos, lyrics by P. Gagliotte, Boris Turganov (Russian version))
Vasily Kachalov, Ernst Busch, acc. orchestra19-11-1936
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 845
Spanish, RussianDeclamation and Baritone with Orchestra
U.H.P. (Union of Brothers-Proletarians) ( - (Uníos Hermanos Proletarios)), song (Manuel Ramos, lyrics by P. Gagliotte, Boris Turganov (Russian version))
1936
Moscow
299 
 845
Noginsk Plant290 
 845
12358
RussianFolk Choir
Ditties about the Red Army ( ) (arr. Konstantin Massalitinov, lyrics by I.Olkhovsky)
Voronezh Russian Folk Song Choir, Conductor Konstantin Massalitinov, Solo by A. Kuznetsova1944
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 844
12360
RussianFolk Choir
a) I had a red-haired husband; b) White swan drank water () ; ) ), folk songs
Voronezh Russian Folk Song Choir, Conductor Konstantin Massalitinov1944
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 845
 
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