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Year 1934 (1934 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1934 (1934 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

1954  (Wiktor)
1954
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Almost detective story of New Imperial Record (   New Imperial Record) (bernikov)
Almost detective story of New ...
Yuri Bernikov

 

A.Zhelezny. The chronicle of the phonograph company Sphinx Record in Russia 1914  1915. (..         1914  1915) (bernikov)
A.Zhelezny. The chronicle of the ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

Alexander Tikhonov. His name was Nipper (In Russian) ( .   ) (bernikov)
Alexander Tikhonov. His name was ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

Alexander Tikhonov. "The Hits" Of The Epoch Of War Communism ( . ""   ) (bernikov)
Alexander Tikhonov. "The ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

Gramophone Co. In Russia (1905 -1911), Part 2. A Life For The Tsar And For The Beloved Self (in Russian) (    (1905 -1911 .),   2.       .) (Tikhon)
Gramophone Co. In Russia (1905 ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

Gramophone reforms of Albert Lack (In Russian) (    ) (Tikhon)
Gramophone reforms of Albert ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

   
Sound Recording Ateliers and Studios
Monologue of Khlopusha ( ) (Poem Pugachev) (Zonofon)
Monologue of Khlopusha ( ...
Ryazan - Atelier of sound letters

 

       
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(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
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Files
Columbia Record
C68-5
(CL6336)
RussianTenor with Chorus
Levkos Song about Village Mayor - Boys, have you heard ( - , ) (Opera May Night, act 1) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Nikolay Gogol: The story May Night, or the Drowned Maiden)
Choir of The Red Army of The USSR, Conductor A.V.Alexandrov, Solo by Joseph Laoute09-1937
Paris
Columbia (microphone)36267
DF2205
(CL6336)
RussianTenor with chorus and orchestra
Levkos Song about Village Mayor - Boys, have you heard ( - , ) (Opera May Night, act 1) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Nikolay Gogol: The story May Night, or the Drowned Maiden)
Choir of The Red Army of The USSR, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by Joseph Laoute09-1937
Paris
Columbia (European)[M3-90664]
RussianTenor with chorus and orchestra
Levkos song -Boys, have you heard ( - , ) (Opera The May Night, act 1) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Nikolay Gogol: The story May Night, or the Drowned Maiden)
Extraphone
23268
RussianBaritone
The Brain Is Drying Up In My Head ( ) (lyrics by Alexey Plescheev)
Ivan BobrovSt.-PetersburgExtraphone (diva, white)
Fonotipia
62187
RussianTenor with Piano
What a happiness! ( !), romance (Karl Davydov, lyrics by Afanasy Fet)
Giuseppe Anselmi, acc. pianoMilanoFonotipia
Gramophone Co.
22554
(325x)
RussianTenor with Piano
Terrible Minute (The fateful moment) Op 28 No 6 ( , . 28 6) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Nikolay Figner, acc. piano1901
St.Petersburg
Concert (Angel)
4-22249
(15357b)
RussianTenor with chorus and orchestra
Levkos Song about Village Mayor - Boys, have you heard ( - , ) (Opera A May Night, act 1) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Nikolay Gogol: The story May Night, or the Drowned Maiden)
Vasily Damaev, acc. Zimin Opera Chorus and Orchestra10-02-1911
Moscow
Concert (Angel)
Gramplasttrest and successors
114
American, EnglishDance Orchestra with Refrain
Cheer Up and Smile, foxtrot (Film New Movietone Follies) (Jack Meskill, Con Conrad)
Jack Hylton and his Orchestra, Conductor Jack Hylton1930Interim GPT Labels
LEF (2nd numbering)
0319
RussianTenor with Chorus
Levkos Song about Village Mayor - Boys, have you heard ( - , ) (Opera May Night, act 1) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Nikolay Gogol: The story May Night, or the Drowned Maiden)
Choir of The Red Army of The USSR, Conductor A.V.Alexandrov, Solo by Joseph Laoute09-1937
Paris
LEF (2nd numbering)[DF2205]
Zonophone
X-2-62579
(7165½L)
RussianTenor with Chorus and Orchestra
Levkos song - Not excluding the clerk ( - ) (Opera May Night, act 1) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Nikolay Gogol: The story May Night, or the Drowned Maiden)
Alexander Karenzin (Moshkov), acc. chorus and orchestra1908
Moscow
International Zonophone
 
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