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Muztrust (1928) ( (1928)) (Wiktor)
Muztrust (1928) ( ...
Mustrust Record Catalogs

 

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 ...

 

      .  1937  1941 . (Wiktor)
...
Wiktor Węglewicz

 

   1927 - 1930 (Wiktor)
1927 - ...
Mustrust Record Catalogs

 

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

 

Catalog of phohograph records EXTRAPHONE Company (     ͻ) (bernikov)
Catalog of phohograph records ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

Vladimir Bozhyk Discography (Wolodymyr Boschyk Diskographie) (Lotz)
Vladimir Bozhyk Discography ...
Dr. Rainer E. Lotz

 

Kismet: catalogue (Kismet: ) (mgj)
Kismet: catalogue (Kismet: ...
Mike G. Jurkevich

 

 
Apollo Records (USA)
Russian Yar Tzigany (   "") (bernikov)
Russian Yar Tzigany ( ...
Apollo Records (USA)

 

       
Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Apollo Records (USA)
130
(C-2062)
Russian
Coachman, Spare the Horses (, ), romance (Yakov Feldman, lyrics by Nikolai Alexandrovich von Ritter)
Mischa Markoff, acc. orchestra03-1947...04-1947
New York
Apollo Records (USA)130
[Album A-9]
130
(C-2065)
Russian
The Heart (), song (Film Jolly Fellows) (Isaac Dunayevsky, lyrics by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach)
Lonya Kalbouss, acc. orchestra03-1947...04-1947
New York
Apollo Records (USA)130
[Album A-9]
Brunswick
3024 A
RussianGypsy Orchestra
Two Guitars ( ), gypsy romance (Ivan Vasilyev)
A. & P. Gypsies OrchestraBrunswickA 130
3024 B
RussianGypsy Orchestra
The Shadow of the Past ( ), romance
A. & P. Gypsies OrchestraBrunswickA 130
Clausophon
796
(E 403)
Bulgarian
Moliver Bolgar
I.J.Hochman's Jewish Dance Orchestra, Conductor I.J.Hochman11-1922
New York
Clausophon796
FZZ (post-war)
121
(-121)
Russian, RussianTenor with orchestra
At the sea ( ), neapolitan song
Mikhail Aleksandrovich, acc. orchestraMoscowArtel "Gramplastmass" (FZZ matrices)
130
(-130)
Italian, RussianTenor with Orchestra
Tiritomba (), neapolitan song
Mikhail Aleksandrovich, acc. All-Union Radio Committee Consert Ensemble, Conductor Leonid Pyatigorskiy12-1947
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (FZZ matrices)[5636]
FZZ (pre-war)
306
Kazakh, RussianDeclamation
Lullaby ( ), poem (lyrics by Dzhambul Dzhabaev)
Vladimir Yakhontov1938
Moscow
FZZ (pre-war) 129
307
Kazakh, RussianDeclamation
1) Soviet Border Guard; 2) Comsomol (1) ; 2) ), poem (lyrics by Suleiman Stalsky)
Vladimir Yakhontov1938
Moscow
FZZ (pre-war) 130
850
RussianTheatre Noise Effect
The noise of the locomotive ( ), theatrical sounds
1941
Moscow
FZZ (pre-war)  116
869
RussianTheatre Noise Effect
Wind and Hurricane ( ), theatrical sounds
1941
Moscow
FZZ (pre-war)  130
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
111-48
( 111)
RussianSpeech
About the Middle Class Peasants ( -), speech (lyrics by Vladimir Lenin)
Vladimir Lenin30-03-1919
Moscow, Kremlin
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
130-48
( 130)
RussianSpeech
What is the Soviet Power? ( ), speech (lyrics by Vladimir Lenin)
Vladimir Lenin23-03-1919
Moscow, Kremlin
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
Gramplasttrest (three digits wartime system)
129
RussianMale Choir with Orchestra
Theres a Cliff on the Volga ( ( )), folk song (arr. Boris Alexandrov)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by Lavrenti Yaroshenko10...12-1942
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 13/42
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by Lavrentii Yaroshenko1942
Moscow
Leningrad Plant (wartime) 13
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by Lavrenti Yaroshenko10...12-1942
Moscow
Accord (wartime)
130
RussianMale Choir with Orchestra
[ru] ()[en], song
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by Yaroshenko1942
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 13/42
RussianMale Choir with Orchestra
Theres a Cliff on the Volga (ending) ( ( ) ()), folk song (arr. Boris Alexandrov)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by L. YaroshenkoLeningrad Plant (wartime) 13
Accord (wartime)
Gramplasttrest and successors
5267
UkrainianSymphony Ensemble
Hopak #1, folk dance
Symphony Ensemble, Conductor Mark Rabinovich1937
Kiev
Noginsk Plant 130
5268
UkrainianSymphony Ensemble
Hopak #2, folk dance
Symphony Ensemble, Conductor Mark Rabinovich1937
Kiev
Noginsk Plant 130
5272
UkrainianOrchestra
Little Cossack (Opera Taras Bulba, act 4) (Nikolay Lysenko)
Kiev Opera and Ballet Theatre Orchestra, acc. Kiev Opera and Ballet Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Vladimir Dranishnikov1937
Kiev
Noginsk Plant 133
09279
RussianBass with Piano and Cello
Night parade ( ), song (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Vasily Zhukovsky)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra11-10-1921
London
Aprelevka Plant 65
11-10-1921
Leningrad Plant
10148
RussianMale Choir with Orchestra
Song about Klim Voroshilov ( ) (Alexander Alexandrov, lyrics by Osip Kolychev)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by Georgy Babaev, Joseph Laut1940
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 131
10149
RussianMale Choir with Orchestra
The Heroes of Sedov ( ""), song (V.Alexandrov-Koptelov, lyrics by A.Rykalkin)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov1940
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 130
10158
RussianTenor with Domras and Accordion
Hey You, Why Have You Fallen Asleep (, -, ), folk song (arr. Alexander Semenov)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. domras sextet, button accordion, Conductor Alexander Semenov1940
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices) 60
 60
RussianTenor with Domras and Accordion
Hey You, Why Have You Fallen Asleep (, , -, ), folk song (arr. Alexander Semenov)
Aprelevka Plant 130
Noginsk Plant
 130
10159
RussianTenor with Domras and Accordion
The Three-horse Sleigh (), song (Pavel Bulakhov, lyrics by Petr Vyazemsky)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. domras sextet, button accordion, Conductor Alexander Semenov1940
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 135
 135
13453
EnglishDance Orchestra with Refrain
Wanderer, foxtrot (Bud Flanagan)
Roy Fox and His Orchestra, Conductor Roy Fox, Solo by Jack PlantAprelevka Plant  85
13500
AmericanDance Orchestra with Refrain
Chiquita, waltz (Mable Wayne, arr. Frank Black, lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert)
Victor Arden [piano], Phil Ohman [piano], Lewis James [tenor vocal], Conductor Frank Black28-06-1928
New York
Aprelevka Plant  129
13501
AmericanTrio with Piano
At Twelve Oclock, slow waltz (Harry Warren, arr. Frank Black, lyrics by Billy Rose, Mort Dixon)
Lewis James (tenor vocal), Elliott Shaw (baritone vocal), James Melton (tenor vocal), acc. Victor Arden, Phil Ohman (piano duet), Conductor Frank Black28-06-1928
New York
Aprelevka Plant  130
14608
RussianBass with Orchestra
Song of artillerymen ( ) (Film ) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by Victor Gusev)
Mark Reizen, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Kirill Kondrashin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 130
RussianBass with Orchestra
Song of Artillerymen ( ) (Film At 6 Oclock After the War) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by Victor Gusev)
 130
RussianBass with Orchestra
Song of artillerymen ( ) (Film ) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by Victor Gusev)
Belaccord (GPT)272
 130/47
RussianBass with Orchestra
Song of Artillerymen ( ), march song (Film At 6 Oclock After the War) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by Victor Gusev)
Leningrad Plant 130
RussianBass with Orchestra
Song of Artillerymen ( ) (Film At 6 Oclock After the War) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by Victor Gusev)
 130
14609
RussianBass with Orchestra
Its Another Matter, Friends ( ,), song (Film At 6 Oclock After the War) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by Victor Gusev)
Mark Reizen, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Kirill Kondrashin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 131
Leningrad Plant
 131
Kismet Record
130-B
(K 105 B)
Russian
Cherkessia (), dance
Kostia Poliansky and his Balalaika Orchestra, Conductor Kostia PolianskyKismet (accordeon, red)130
LEF (1st numbering)
3012
GermanDance Orchestra
Dreams near Sea, dance (Tsander)
Dance OrchestraLEF (1st numbering, own labels) 129
3013
GermanXylophone with Orchestra
Espanita, dance (Frantz Kryuger)
Frantz Kryuger (xylophone), acc. orchestraLEF (1st numbering, own labels) 130
Leningrad - "Mineral" and "Plastmass" Artels
120
ItalianDance Orchestra
A Gay Caballero, medley (Edoardo di Capua, Sebast'yan Iradier, Georges Bizet)
Victoria Orchestra, acc. orchestraArtel "Plastmass" 64
130
RussianDance Orchestra
Da Capo ( (Da Capo)), dance (Georges Boulanger)
Orchestra, acc. orchestraArtel "Plastmass" 62
1811
RussianMezzo-Soprano with Ensemble
Memories (), tango (lyrics by Ilya Fradkin)
N. Ludzis, acc. jazz ensemble, Conductor Boris Kolotuhin1948
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 56
Lenmuztrust
4-45 
(395)
GermanXylophone with Orchestra
Espanita, dance (Frantz Kryuger)
Frantz Kryuger (xylophone), acc. orchestraLenmuztrest (score)45
 892
Lyrophon
130
(130rs)
RussianBrass Band
Beautiful Creole ( ), cake-walk (Alexandrov)
Horse Guardsmen Band of the Empress Maria Feodorovna, Conductor I. I. ArmegeymerLyrophon (black)
St.-Petersburg
179
(179rs)
RussianBrass Band
Le Doute (), waltz (F.I. Detlaf)
Brass BandSt.-PetersburgLyrophon (black)[1720]
Supraphon
45111-M
(47599)
Russian, CzechBass with choir and orchestra
Uncle Nimra ( ), folk song
Red Banner Song and Dance Ensemble of the Soviet Army of A.Aleksandrov, Conductor Boris Aleksandrov06...07-1951
Prague
Supraphon
Sverdlovsk Regional Cinema Trust
130
( 83)
AmericanHawaiian guitar
Evening Star, waltz (Sheridan)
Frank Ferera1937Sverdlovsk Regional Cinema Trust 046
131?
( 88)
AmericanHawaiian guitar
Moon, foxtrot (Frank Ferera)
Frank Ferera1937Sverdlovsk Regional Cinema Trust 046
Test records
33000231
Russian
Measuring Plate. 7 ( . 7)
Test records
33000232
Russian
Measuring Plate. 7 ( . 7)
Test records
Zonophone
X-2-62648
(1187r)
RussianTenor
Lenskys aria - Whither, whither have you gone ( - , , ) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Alexander Karenzin (Moshkov), acc. piano00-06-1906
Moscow
Zonophone (Gramophone)
X-2-62486
(14236b)
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Princes cavatina - Unwillingly to these sad shores ( - ) (Opera Rusalka, act 3) (Alexander Dargomyzhsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Rusalka)
Alexander Karenzin (Moshkov), acc. orchestra09-02-1910
Moscow
International Zonophone
 
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