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Year 1937 (1937 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1937 (1937 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

       
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(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
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Files
Electrola
DB 5624
(2RA 4871)
1
German, RussianDuet with orchestra
My strange fate ( ) (Mein Los ist seltsam) (Opera Enchantress) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Tiana Lemnitz (soprano) & Helge Roswaenge (tenor), acc. berlin staatsoper orchestra, Conductor Erwin Baltzer1941
Berlin
ElectrolaDB 5624
DB 5624
(2RA 4872)
2
German, RussianDuet with orchestra
I shell open my soul to you ( ) (Ich ließ in mein Inneres Dich schauen) (Opera Enchantress) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Tiana Lemnitz (soprano) & Helge Roswaenge (tenor), acc. berlin staatsoper orchestra, Conductor Erwin Baltzer1941
Berlin
ElectrolaDB 5624
Esta

(48714884)
Ukrainian, Russian
Album of the Song and Dance Ensemble of the 1st Ukrainian Front ( 1- )
Song and Dance Ensemble of the 1st Ukrainian Front1945
Prague
Esta
Gramplasttrest and successors
4871
RussianTenor with Orchestra
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)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1937
Moscow
Noginsk Plant54 BT
 783
Supraphon
45061M
(4867)
RussianChorus with Orchestra
Song of Marshal Konev ( ) (Nikolai Shchegol, lyrics by Timofey R. Odudko)
Song and Dance Ensemble of the 1st Ukrainian Front, Conductor Ivan Chizhsky06-1945
Prague
Supraphon45061M
45061M
(4871)
B
RussianChorus with Orchestra
Cantata of Stalin ( ), choir piece (Alexander Alexandrov, lyrics by M.Inyushkin)
Song and Dance Ensemble of the 1st Ukrainian Front, Conductor Ivan Chizhsky06-1945
Prague
Supraphon45061M
 
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