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Year 1940 (1940 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1940 (1940 )
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Year 1949 (1949 )
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(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Bu-Scha Electro
568
(1925 BB)
RussianOrchestra
Melodie in F op. 3, no. 1 (), chamber piece (Anton Grigorjevich Rubinstein)
Orchestra Gregor von Akimoff (as Künstler-Orchester Laurenco Braconi), Conductor Gregor von Akimoff1927
Berlin
Bu-Scha Electro568
Gramplasttrest and successors
10075
RussianFolk Choir
Whats on a Field, on a Glade ( ), folk song
Voronezh Region Collective Farmers' Choir, Conductor Anastasia Lebedeva, Solo by M.B.Akimova1940
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 51
17091
RussianDuet with Orchestra
The gardens bloom ( ), song (Semen Arkadevich (Samuil Aronovich) Zaslavsky, lyrics by Alexander Evgenievich Safronov)
E. Akimova, Mikhail Kachalov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Leonid Pavlovich Pyatigorsky1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 455
Leningrad Plant
17092
RussianDuet with Orchestra
Its Heavenly (, ), song (Vasily Solovyev-Sedoy, lyrics by Vladimir Mass and Mikhail Chervinsky)
E.Akimova, M.Kachalov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Leonid Pavlovich Pyatigorsky1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant-456
Leningrad Plant
Leningrad - "Mineral" and "Plastmass" Artels
1668
RussianTenor with orchestra
The little bee and the butterfly ( ), song (arr. K. Akimov, lyrics by Yuri Tsenin)
Nikolai Nikolajevich Nikitsky, acc. stoduo orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Petrovich Volovats1957
Artel "Plastmass"
1671
Hungarian, RussianBaritone with Orchestra
The main thing is the rhythm ( ), song (arr. Kirill Akimov, lyrics by Russian text Victor Dragunsky)
Nikolay Nikitsky, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Volovats1957
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass"[44740]
1673
Portuguese, RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Firefly (Vagalume) ( (Vagalume)), song (Victor Simon, lyrics by Nikolay Nikitsky)
Nikolay Nikitsky, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Anatoly Badkhen1957
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass"
Local production of the 1950s
1667
French, RussianBaritone with Orchestra
The bee and the butterfly ( ) (Labeille et le papillon), song (Henri Salvador, lyrics by Yu. Tsenin)
Nikolay Nikitsky, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Volovats1957
Leningrad
Odessa - Kaganovich Rajpromkombinat (ship)[42974]
RussianMale vocal
Small bee and butterfly, French song ( , ) (arr. K. Akimov)
Nikolai Nikolajevich Nikitsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Petrovich VolovatsKutaisi - Chemical plant
French, RussianBaritone with Orchestra
The bee and the butterfly ( ) (Labeille et le papillon), song (Henri Salvador, lyrics by Yu. Tsenin)
Nikolay Nikitsky, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Volovats1957
Leningrad
Lvov - Artel "Khimtrud"[42974]
Tashkent - October Rajpromkombinat
1672
RussianMale vocal
The great thing is rhythm, Hungary song ( - , ) (arr. K. Akimov)
Nikolai Nikolajevich Nikitsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Petrovich VolovatsKutaisi - Chemical plant
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
The main thing is the rhythm ( - ), song (arr. Kirill Akimov, lyrics by Russian text Victor Dragunsky)
Nikolay Nikitsky, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Volovats1957
Leningrad
Odessa - 30th October Anniversary Artel[42970]
Odessa - Primorsky Rajpromkombinat
Russian, HungarianBaritone with Orchestra
The main thing is the rhythm ( - ) (arr. Kirill Akimov, lyrics by Russian text Victor Dragunsky)
Piatigorsk - Manufacturing plant[M42970]
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
The main thing is the rhythm ( ), song (arr. Kirill Akimov, lyrics by Russian text Victor Dragunsky)
Tashkent - UPP No. 1 UzOS[42970]
 
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