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

 

Muztrust (1929) ( (1929)) (Wiktor)
Muztrust (1929) ( ... (Wiktor)
Mustrust Record Catalogs

 

Year 1943 (three digits wartime system) (1943   (   )) (Wiktor)
Year 1943 (three digits wartime ... (Wiktor)
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors

 

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

 

The Chronicles of V.I. Rebikoff and Co. Label in Russia 1903  1906 (      ..  º 1903  1906) (bernikov)
The Chronicles of V.I. Rebikoff ... (bernikov)
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

MuzTrust (general list)
Muztrest "general list" catalog, 1928-1930 (12-inch records), version 1.03 (  " " , 1928-1930 .,  1.03) (Arronaks)
Muztrest "general ... (Arronaks)
MuzTrust (general list)

 

Muztrest "general list" catalog, 1928-1930 (10-inch records), version 1.02 (  " " , 1928-1930 .,  1.02) (Arronaks)
Muztrest "general ... (Arronaks)
MuzTrust (general list)

 

     
Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Electrola
D.A.465
(A22241)
russianbaritone with orchestra
The first Demons romance - Do not weep, child ( - , ) (Opera The Demon, act 2) (Anton Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
George Baklanov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Josef Pasternack10-06-1919
Camden, New Jersey
ElectrolaD.A.465
D.A.465
(A22243)
russianbaritone with orchestra
Demons arioso - I am he whose voice you heard ( - , ) (Opera The Demon, act 3) (Anton Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
George Baklanov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Josef Pasternack10-06-1919
Camden, New Jersey
ElectrolaD.A.465
Gramplasttrest (wartime numbering)
464
russianchoir
Fine Rowan ( ), folk song (arr. Alexander Svechnikov, lyrics by Ivan Surikov)
State Russian Folk Choir, Conductor Alexander Svechnikov1943
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 169/43
 169
465
russianchoir
Fine Rowan (end) ( ()), folk song (arr. Alexander Svechnikov)
State Russian Folk Choir, Conductor Alexander Svechnikov1943
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 169/43
 169
Gramplasttrest and successors
465
polish, russiancello and piano
Nocturne E flat Major Op. 9 No 2 ( - . 9, 2), chamber piece (Frédéric Chopin, arr. Popper)
Hertz Davidovich Tsomyk, acc. Leonid N. Feinstein (piano)1934
Moscow
Noginsk Plant703
 250
466
russiancello and piano
At a fontain ( ), chamber piece (Karl Davydov)
Hertz Davidovich Tsomyk, acc. Leonid N. Feinstein (piano)1934
Moscow
Noginsk Plant703
 250
911
uzbekshashmaqom
Bayat #1 (beginning), shashmaqam
Mulla Toʻychi Toshmuhamedov, acc. Imomjon Ikromov (gijjak), R. Radzhabov (tanbur), Yunus Radzhabov (ney) (folk instruments ensemble)1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant 465 -  567
912
uzbekshashmaqom
Bayat #1 (ending), shashmaqam
Mulla Toʻychi Toshmuhamedov, acc. Imomjon Ikromov (gijjak), R. Radzhabov (tanbur), Yunus Radzhabov (ney) (folk instruments ensemble)1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant 465 -  567
913
uzbek
Dhzanan, folk dance (arr. Yunus Radzhabov (Radzhabi))
Orchestra of Tashkent Radio, Conductor Yunus Radzhabov (Radzhabi)1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant 465 -  567
916
uzbek
Hammamyz, song (arr. Yunus Radzhabov (Radzhabi), lyrics by Dzhigai)
Choir and orchestra of Tashkent Radio, Conductor Yunus Radzhabov (Radzhabi)1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant 465 -  567
919
uzbek
Dugoh-Khusain
Karim Zakirov, acc. abdukadir ismailov (nai), nijazov (violin), fahriddin sadikov (chang), matjakub atadshanov (doira)1935
Tashkent
Aprelevka Plant 465 -  567
920
uzbek
Taronai dugokh (lyrics by Alisher Navoi)
Karim Zakirov, acc. abdukadir ismailov (nai), nijazov (violin), fahriddin sadikov (chang), matjakub atadshanov (doira)1935
Tashkent
Aprelevka Plant 465 -  567
926
uzbeksoprano
(lyrics by Shamsiddin Sharafiddinov (Khurshid))
Halima Nasirova, acc. myakeudhodhsha yusupov1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant 465 -  567
927
uzbek
First Chorgoh (ending) (lyrics by Shamsiddin Sharafiddinov (Khurshid))
Halima Nasirova, acc. myakeudhodhsha yusupov1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant 465 -  567
948
uzbekduet with choir and orchestra
Gulsara, revolutionary song (arr. Tokhtasyn Dzhalilov, lyrics by Kamil Yashin)
Halima Nasirova, Tokhtasyn Dzhalilov, acc. Orchestra and Chorus of the Uzbek musical theater (choir and orchestra), Conductor Tokhtasyn Dzhalilov09-1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant 465 -  567
949
uzbekchoir and orchestra
Gulsara, folk dance
Orchestra and Female Choir of the Uzbek musical theater, Conductor Tokhtasyn Dzhalilov09-1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant 465 -  567
953
uzbekchoir with orchestra
The White Gold ( ), song (arr. Tokhtasyn Dzhalilov, lyrics by Sabir Abdullah)
Orchestra and Chorus of the Uzbek musical theater, acc. orchestra, Conductor Tokhtasyn Dzhalilov09-1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant 465 -  567
954
uzbek
Signal (revolutionary song about cotton) (arr. Tokhtasyn Dzhalilov, lyrics by Babarahim Mirzaev)
Mukarama Turgunbaeva, Conductor Tokhtasyn Dzhalilov09-1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant 465 -  567
958
uzbekchoir and orchestra
Yashligim (Youth), revolutionary song (arr. Tokhtasyn Dzhalilov, lyrics by Sabir Abdullah)
Ensemble of the Uzbek Radio Committee, Conductor Imomjon Ikromov09-1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant 465 -  567
970
uzbekinstrumental quintet
Rok, shashmaqam
Akhmedzhan Umurzakov (zurna), Ubaydullayev (zurna), Pulatov (karna), Makhkanov (karna), Aripov (nagara), Conductor Akhmedzhan Umurzakov09-1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant 465 -  567
971
uzbek, russianjazz orchestra
Khalima (Kel, kel) ( (, )), tango (arr. Pavel Chapleevsky)
Uzbek Jazz Orchestra, Conductor Pavel Chapleevsky, Solo by Akhmetova09-1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant632 
 465 -  567
[632 ]
972
uzbek, russianjazz orchestra
Oskari (), foxtrot (arr. P. Chapleevsky)
Uzbek Jazz Orchestra, Conductor Pavel Chapleevsky1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant632 
 465 -  567
[632 ]
11934
russianbaritone with piano
Don Giovannis Sérénade ( ), romance (Eduard Napravnik)
Pavel Lisitsian, acc. Alexander Dolukhanyan (piano)1944
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 464
11935
russian, spanishbaritone with piano
Spanish Sérénade ( ) (M. Rechkunov, lyrics by I. Borovnikov)
Pavel Lisitsian, acc. Alexander Dolukhanyan (piano)1944
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 465
13563
russianmezzo-soprano with jazz orchestra
Starlight ( ), slow-fox (Yury Slonov, lyrics by Alexander Zharov)
Ruzhena Sikora, acc. All-Union Radio Committee Jazz Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Tsfasman1946
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices) 464
13937
polish, russianmezzo-soprano with jazz orchestra
Friend (List) ( (List)), tango (Edward Kurtz (Eddy Courts), arr. Alexander Tsfasman, lyrics by Yakov Ziskind, Naum Labkovsky)
Ruzhena Sikora, acc. All-Union Radio Committee Jazz Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Tsfasman1946
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices) 465
16073
russianmezzo-soprano with piano
I remember everything ( ), romance (Elizabeth Tarnovskaya, lyrics by Aleksey Pleshcheyev)
Nadezhda Obukhova, acc. Matvey Sakharov (piano)1950
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 464
16074
russianmezzo-soprano with piano
And maybe ( ), romance (Nikolai G. Derviz, lyrics by Evdokia Rostopchina)
Nadezhda Obukhova, acc. Matvey Sakharov (piano)1950
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 465
17101
russianbass and orchestra
Ill sit at the table ( ), song (Nikolay Mikhaylovich Nolinsky (real surname Scriabin), lyrics by Alexei Kolcov)
Ivan Skobtsov, acc. State Rusian Folk Orchestra, Conductor Dmitry P. Osipov1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 465
17102
russianbass and orchestra
Oh, are you night, night? ( , , ), song (Nikolay Mikhaylovich Nolinsky (real surname Scriabin), lyrics by Anton Antonovich Delvig)
Ivan Skobtsov, acc. State Rusian Folk Orchestra, Conductor Dmitry P. Osipov1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 466
Local production of the 1950s
3512
russianorchestra
Old Waltz ( )
Studio Orchestra, Conductor Il'ya Jak1949
Leningrad
Kharkov - Kaganovich Rajpromkombinat
4653
russianorchestra
Ukrainian Ball Dance ( ), ballroom dance (Reznikov)
Studio Orchestra1950
Leningrad
Kharkov - Kaganovich Rajpromkombinat
Lyrophon
465
(Rss 465)
russianchoir
Vanka the Steward ( ), folk song (lyrics by Vsevolod Krestovsky)
Russian folk chourus, Conductor Vasily Varshavsky, Solo by MironovLyrophon (black)
468
(Rss 468)
russian
There died a poor man (, ), folk song (Y.F.Prigozhy, lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Russian folk chourus, acc. v.s.varshavsky, Solo by MironovLyrophon (black)
 
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