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Year 1939 (1939 ) (Wiktor)
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Year 1948 (1948 ) (Wiktor)
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Gramplasttrest and successors
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Aprelevka Plant

 

       
Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Gramplasttrest and successors
12400
Russian, HungarianBaritone with Orchestra
Last czardas ( ), operetta (Operette Damn raider) (Imre (Emmerich) Kalman)
Vladimir Bunchikov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Zhukov1944
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 877
16342
RussianSymphony Orchestra
Violin-solo ( ), ballet (The Ballet The bronze horseman) (Reingold Glier)
Orchestra of Bolshoy theatre, Conductor Reingold Glier, Solo by David Oystrakh (violin)1948
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 684
16345
RussianSymphony Orchestra
Waltz (), ballet (The Ballet The bronze horseman) (Reingold Glier)
Orchestra of Bolshoy theatre, Conductor Reingold Glier1948
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 683
Homokord
4054
Russian
The Foolish Horseman ( ) (Operetta The Merry Widow) (Lehár)
Ludmila Milanova, acc. orchestra20-09-1907Homophon Company3097A
Odeon-Record
O-31 632b
(Be 12700)
GermanTrio with orchester
Ride, little horseman (Reite, kleiner reiter), foxtrot (Rainer Maria Siegel)
Schuricke Terzett, acc. orchester, Conductor Horst HoffmannOdeon-Record
Pathé Record
21376
(90012)
RA
Russian
The copper rider, excerpt from poem ( , ) (lyrics by Alexander Sergejevich Pushkin)
B.N. VishnevetskyEtched Labels é
Zonophone
X-2-62124
(4913L)
Austrian, RussianTenor with Orchestra
Song of the foolish horseman - Hey, girl, wait a bit ( ( )) (Dummer, dummer Reitersmann) (Operetta The Merry Widow, act 2) (Franz Lehár)
Nikolay Bolshakov (Arkadev), acc. Gramophone Orchestra1906
St.-Petersburg
Zonophone (Gramophone)X-2-62124
 
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