label index  ▪  name index jukebox  ▪  lightbox  ▪  memberlist  ▪  help  ▪  about this site  ▪ russian

Home>Search>

Featured  |  Last Comments  |  Search


in items
in comments
Don Cossack Chorus of Serge Jaroff (    ) (bernikov)
Don Cossack Chorus of Serge ...
Yuri Bernikov

 

Review of 78-RPM styli, Part 1 (      78 /,  1) (bernikov)
Review of 78-RPM styli, Part 1 ...
Yuri Bernikov

 

The story of Lyrophon (  ) (bernikov)
The story of Lyrophon ( ...
Gabriel Gössel

 

The Chronicle of the American phonograph Company COLUMBIA in Russia 1903  1911. (In Russian) (       ߻ 1903  1911) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of the American ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The Chronicle of Gramophone (Zonophone) Company in Russia 1902  1917. (In Russian) (      ͻ (ͻ) 1902  1917) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of Gramophone ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The Chronicle of the phonograph Company SYRENA RECORD in Russia 1910  1916 (In Russian) (      -Ļ 1910  1918) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of the phonograph ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

SYRENA-RECORD Catalog (in Russian) ( -Ļ) (bernikov)
SYRENA-RECORD Catalog (in ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The Chronicle of the phonograph Company EXTRAPHONE  in Russia 1910  1917 (In Russian) (      ͻ 1910  1917) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of the phonograph ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The story of the beginning of Gramophone Company in Russia. (     .) (bernikov)
The story of the beginning of ...
Alan Kelly

 

CHRONICLE of documents of the activities of Centropechat (    ) (paskudski)
CHRONICLE of documents of the ...
Evgeni Paskudski

 

Idealism and Art (  ) (bernikov)
Idealism and Art ( ...
Vladimir Rosing

 

Interpretation in the Art of Singing - Part II (    -  II) (bernikov)
Interpretation in the Art of ...
Vladimir Rosing

 

The Jubilee of Aprelevka ( ) (bernikov)
The Jubilee of Aprelevka ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

100 years of Russian Columbia (100   ) (bernikov)
100 years of Russian Columbia ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

The Record of Syrena ( ) (bernikov)
The Record of Syrena ( ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

The failure of engineer Rebikoff (  ) (bernikov)
The failure of engineer Rebikoff ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

The first Russian producer and sound engineer (    ) (bernikov)
The first Russian producer and ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

Norbert Rodkinson - evil genius of Gramophone or Russian Odyssey of Norbert Rodkinson (In Russian) (  -        ) (Tikhon)
Norbert Rodkinson - evil genius ...
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

 

Collector profile (german_retro)
Collector profile
Dr. Rainer E. Lotz

 

Messages of the Imperial Orthodox Palestine Society (    ) (Golovko)
Messages of the Imperial ...
Other

 

Finding Dzhulynka (  ) (bernikov)
Finding Dzhulynka ( ...
CDs and DVDs

 

Recital of Viktor Chenkin at September, 7 1933 (   7  1933 ) (TheThirdPartyFiles)
Recital of Viktor Chenkin at ...
Fliers

 

Alma Fohström (TheThirdPartyFiles)
Alma Fohström
Newspapers

 

Braginsky A., Records Châte du Monde, Soviet Culture, February 3, 02. 1955 ( ,    ,  , 3.02.1955) (Wiktor)
Braginsky A., Records ...
Newspapers

 

Vera Leshchenko - Peter Leshchenko. Tell Me Why?! (  -  . , ?!) (bernikov)
Vera Leshchenko - Peter ...
Books

 

Our neighbor ( ), parody (Zonofon)
Our neighbor ( ), parody
Tsqaltubo - Recording studio

 

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

 

Year 1942 (three digits wartime system) (1942   (   )) (Wiktor)
Year 1942 (three digits wartime ...
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Year 1938 (1938 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1938 (1938 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Year 1946 (1946 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1946 (1946 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Year 1948 (1948 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1948 (1948 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Year 1949 (1949 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1949 (1949 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

1952  (Wiktor)
1952
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

1955  (Wiktor)
1955
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

       
Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Collectors and Authors
Russian
, song (lyrics by N.N. Markovich)
N.N. Markovich, acc. orchestra2013
Moscow
Nick Markovich
Columbia Record
DW 5332
(CR 1273)
RussianChorus
Twelve robbers ( ), folk song
Black Sea Cossacks Choir of Andrej Scholuch, Conductor Andrej ScholuchColumbia (European)DW 5332
Gnom Concert Record
19300
Russian
I know many songs ( ) (Blumenfeld)
O.S.TroyanskayaGnom Concert Record (A.I.Zhelezny catalog)
Gosprossnab NKP (own recordings)
1086
Russian
( ( )) ( () )
, acc. 1923
Moscow
Gosprossnab NKP (own recordings)16050
Gramophone Co.
24627
(266z)
RussianChoir
Legend (The child Christ had a garden) Op. 54, No 5 (, 54 5) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Choir of A. A. Arkhangelsky, Conductor of A. A. Arkhangelsky1902
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Angel)
3-24648
(7167L)
RussianChoir with Orchestra
Minstrels chorus - (female chorus) - The years and days fly past ( - ) (Opera The Maid of Orleans, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, translator Vasily Zhukovsky, based on: Friedrich Schiller: Drama The Maid of Orleans)
Chorus and Orchestra of S.I. Zimin Theater, Conductor Sergey Zimin1908
Moscow
Concert (Cupid)
21449
(15960b)
RussianMelodeclamation with Piano
The night was shining ( ), melodeclamation (E. B. Vilbushevich, lyrics by Afanasy Fet)
Nikolay Khodotov, acc. E. B. Vilbushevich (piano)06-10-1911
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Cupid)
Amour Gramophone 21449
Gramplasttrest and successors
113
AmericanDance Orchestra with Refarin
Too Many Tears, foxtrot (Harry Warren, lyrics by Al Dubin)
Leo Reisman and his Orchestra, Conductor Leo Reisman1932
Camden, New Jersey
Interim GPT Labels-307
Gramplasttrest NKTP (diamond, no plant name)
3553
American, EnglishDance Orchestra with Refarin
Too Many Tears, foxtrot (Harry Warren, lyrics by Al Dubin)
Ambrose and his Orchestra, Conductor Bert Ambrose, Solo by Sam Browne02-06-1932
London
SovSong-381
 583
Aprelevka Plant381 
 583
7245
RussianBass-Baritone with Orchestra
Drinkers Song ( ) (Play Much Ado About Nothing) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by Pavel Antokolsky)
Anatoly Dolivo, acc. vrk orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov07...08-1938
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 0866
Noginsk Plant 0866
Leningrad Plant
7246
RussianBass-Baritone with Orchestra
The Night Slightly Sways Leaves ( ), song (Play Much Ado About Nothing) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by Pavel Antokolsky)
Anatoly Dolivo, acc. vrk orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov07...08-1938
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 0867
Noginsk Plant 0867
Leningrad Plant
8548
RussianTenor with Piano
Oh if You could Know (, ), romance (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Alexey Plesheev)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. Semen Stuchevsky (piano)1939
Moscow
Unmarked 2001
9147
RussianDuet with Jazz Orchestra
Moo-Moo (-), song (Jazz-Vaudeville Much Ado About Silence) (Mikhail Volovats, lyrics by Anatoly D'Actyle (Anatoly Frenkel))
Edith and Leonid Utyosov, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Leonid Utyosov05-06-1939
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices) 3110
Aprelevka Plant 2631
Noginsk Plant
Unmarked
14114
RussianBaritone with Piano
There Are Lots of Sounds ( ), romance (Sergei Rakhmaninov, lyrics by Alexey Tolstoy)
Pavel Gerasimovich Lisitsian, acc. Matvey Sakharov (piano)1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 602
16916
RussianBass with piano
Song of the drunken ( ) (Comedy Much Ado About Nothing) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by William Shakespeare, P.Antokolsky [Russian translation])
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Lev Efimovich Octrin (piano)1949
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-291
17575
Russian
[ru] , russian ditties
[ru] . . . . . . . (), acc. [ru] ([ru]), Solo by [ru]., .1949
Moscow
Riga Plant 861
Janus-Record (cyrillic)
10111
(5718)
Russian
, folk dance
Janus-Record (cyrillic)10111
10111
(5719)
RussianAccordion Duet
Village trepak ( ), folk dance
Ivan Soloviev, Grigory BruevMoscowJanus-Record (cyrillic)10111
Leningrad - "Mineral" and "Plastmass" Artels
1533
American, RussianTenor with Orchestra
So many miles there are behind ( ), song (arr. Alexander Osnovikov, lyrics by Yury Sosnin)
Gleb Romanov, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Anatoly Badkhen01-1956
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass"[10491]
Leningrad - Kultprom
211
(47 )
EnglishDance Orchestra with Refrain
Please, foxtrot (Ralph Rainger, lyrics by Leo Robin)
Ray Noble and his Orchestra, Conductor Ray Noble, Solo by Al Bowlly08-12-1932
London
Leningrad - Kultprom
Leningrad - LEF
1410
RussianBass with Piano
Drunkards Song ( ) (Play Much Ado About Nothing) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by Pavel Antokolskiy)
Efrem Flaks, acc. Adolf Merovich (piano)1938
Leningrad
LEF Others 2071
Leningrad Region Cinema (Lenoblkino)
070
RussianChoir with Orchestra
Wide my native country ( ), march song (Film Circus) (Isaac Dunaevsky, lyrics by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach)
( ?), acc. orchestra1936Leningrad Region Cinema (own labels)
Lenmuztrust
9-252 B
(1410)
RussianBass with Piano
Drunkards Song ( ) (Play Much Ado About Nothing) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by Pavel Antokolskiy)
Efrem Flaks, acc. Adolf Merovich (piano)1938
Leningrad
Lenmuztrest (rostral column) 2071
252 
 2071
612 
(2993)
Russian
?, chamber piece
1941
Leningrad
Lenmuztrest (blank)612
492 A
(9147)
RussianDuet with Jazz Orchestra
Moo-Moo (-), song (Jazz-Vaudeville Much Ado About Silence) (Mikhail Volovats, lyrics by Anatoly D'Actyle (Anatoly Frenkel))
Edith and Leonid Utyosov, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Leonid Utyosov05-06-1939
Moscow
Lenmuztrest (etched)492
 3152
Metropol-Record
20031
RussianChoir with Piano
Cliff on the Volga, part II ( , II ), choir piece (A. Navorotsky, lyrics by )
Choir of I.I. Yukhov, acc. piano, Conductor Ivan Yukhov, Solo by A.N. TolstayaMetropol (black)
Moscow - Moskvoretsky Trust
16916
RussianBass with piano
Song of the drunken ( ) (Comedy Much Ado About Nothing) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by William Shakespeare, P.Antokolsky [Russian translation])
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Lev Efimovich Octrin (piano)1949
Moscow
Plastics Factory No.1 (fotolabel)
-291
Muzpred (0x-numbering)
0x260
RussianFolk Choir
Dunya (), song
Fedor Alekhin's Choir, acc. accordion, Conductor Fedor Alekhin1925
Moscow
Muzpred NKP (0x, red)4516
Muzpred (reissues)
68
(3750ae)
Ukrainian, RussianChoir and Orchestra
There is a high mountain ( ), folk song (lyrics by Leonid Glibov)
Ukrainian troupe of Lev Sabinin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Lev Sabinin01-09-1912
Kharkov
Muzpred NKP (blue band)68
Pathé Record
21651
(17291)
BC
RussianVocal with harmony
, , , couplets (lyrics by Peter Nevsky)
Peter Nevsky, acc. Peter Nevsky (accordion)~1912Etched Labels é
Polydor
R 40135 A
(4239 ½ BD)
2
Russian, PolishTenor with Dance Orchestra
By the Samovar ( ) (Pod samowarem), slow-fox (Fanny Gordon (Faina Kwiatkowska), lyrics by Andrzej Włast)
Arpolin Numa, acc. dance orchestra, Conductor Paul Godwin1931Polydor (electric processing)40135
RAOG=Russian Stockholders Company of Grammophone
2630
RussianBass with Piano
Don Juans serenade ( ) (Eduard Napravnik, lyrics by Alexey Tolstoy)
Lev Sibiryakov, acc. pianoRAOG (white)
Sadko
501-A
RussianDuet with Jazz Orchestra
Moo-Moo (-), song (Jazz-Vaudeville Much Ado About Silence) (Mikhail Volovats, lyrics by Anatoly D'Actyle (Anatoly Frenkel))
Edith and Leonid Utyosov, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Leonid Utyosov05-06-1939
Moscow
Sadko (blue)501
Stinson Records
3401 a
(R 3401-A)
RussianDuet with Jazz Orchestra
Moo-Moo (-), song (Jazz-Vaudeville Much Ado About Silence) (Mikhail Volovats, lyrics by Anatoly D'Actyle (Anatoly Frenkel))
Edith and Leonid Utyosov, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Leonid Utyosov05-06-1939
Moscow
Stinson (red)3401
Tonophone Record
 537
RussianMale Choir
Beautiful is our village ( ), folk song
Soldier's Choir of Korchazhnikov, Conductor KorchazhnikovTonophone (Black)537
Zonophone
X-61442
(1213ae)
RussianComic verses
Memories of a flea ( ), monologue (lyrics by Stanislav Sarmatov)
Stanislav Sarmatov12-08-1910
Kharkov
International Zonophone
X-2-63243
(3735ae)
Russian
Sitting in a gumshoe ( ), chansonette
Verochka Kolibri, acc. piano26-08-1912
Nizhny-Novgorod
Zonophone (Gramophone)
X-2-63134
(16001b)
RussianMezzo-Soprano with Piano
Coming out of the forest late at night ( ), folk song (arr. Jakov F. Prigozhiy)
Nina Dulkevich, acc. piano13-10-1911
St.-Petersburg
Zonophone (Gramophone)
 
Filter: 

About this siteTerms of UsePrivacy StatementLinksContact UsGuestbook