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Collectors and Authors
Muztrust (1928) ( (1928)) (Wiktor)
Muztrust (1928) ( ...
Mustrust Record Catalogs

 

Muzpred 1924 ( 1924 ) (Wiktor)
Muzpred 1924 ( 1924 )
Muzpred Record Catalogs

 

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

 

Year 1935 (1935 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1935 (1935 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Muzpred 1924-1927 ( 1924-1927) (Zonofon)
Muzpred 1924-1927 ( ...
Muzpred Record Catalogs

 

Muztrust (1932) ( (1932)) (Wiktor)
Muztrust (1932) ( ...
Mustrust Record Catalogs

 

Muztrust (1933) ( (1933)) (Wiktor)
Muztrust (1933) ( ...
Mustrust Record Catalogs

 

Year 1936 (1936 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1936 (1936 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

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

 

Year 1938 (1938 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1938 (1938 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Year 1940 (1940 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1940 (1940 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Year 1944 (1944 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1944 (1944 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Year 1945 (1945 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1945 (1945 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Year 1946 (1946 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1946 (1946 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Year 1947 (1947 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1947 (1947 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Year 1948 (1948 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1948 (1948 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Year 1949 (1949 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1949 (1949 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

1950  (Wiktor)
1950
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

1951  (Wiktor)
1951
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

1952  (Wiktor)
1952
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

1953  (Wiktor)
1953
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

1954  (Wiktor)
1954
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

1955  (Wiktor)
1955
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

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

 

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

 

The Chronicle of the American phonograph Company COLUMBIA in Russia 1903  1911. (In Russian) (       ߻ 1903  1911) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of the American ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The Chronicles of ZWUKOPIS Label in Russia 1910  1916 (      ܻ 1910  1916) (bernikov)
The Chronicles of ZWUKOPIS ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The Chronicle of the phonograph Company GNOM CONCERT RECORD in Russia 1911  1912. (In Russian) (      --Ļ 1911  1912) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of the phonograph ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The Chronicle of Gramophone (Zonophone) Company in Russia 1902  1917. (In Russian) (      ͻ (ͻ) 1902  1917) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of Gramophone ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The Chronicle of the phonograph Company SYRENA RECORD in Russia 1910  1916 (In Russian) (      -Ļ 1910  1918) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of the phonograph ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The Chronicle of the phonograph Company EXTRAPHONE  in Russia 1910  1917 (In Russian) (      ͻ 1910  1917) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of the phonograph ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

Alexander Chevtschenko discography (draft) (   ()) (Lotz)
Alexander Chevtschenko ...
Dr. Rainer E. Lotz

 

Tamara Hairanian ( ) (Lotz)
Tamara Hairanian ( ...
Dr. Rainer E. Lotz

 

Teodor (Theodor) Iliescu Discography (Teodor (Theodor) Iliescu Diskographie) (Lotz)
Teodor (Theodor) Iliescu ...
Dr. Rainer E. Lotz

 

Addition to the chronicle of Centropechat document activities (in Russian) (      ) (paskudski)
Addition to the chronicle of ...
Evgeni Paskudski

 

The Jubilee of Aprelevka ( ) (bernikov)
The Jubilee of Aprelevka ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

Alexander Tikhonov. His name was Nipper (In Russian) ( .   ) (bernikov)
Alexander Tikhonov. His name was ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

Gramophone reforms of Albert Lack (In Russian) (    ) (Tikhon)
Gramophone reforms of Albert ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

Dr.Howard S.Friedman. Matrix and Catalog Numbers in G&S Discography (Howard)
Dr.Howard S.Friedman. Matrix and ...
Howard Friedman

 

The Collectors Guide to Gramophone Company Record Labels 1898 - 1925 (      "" 1898-1925) (bernikov)
The Collectors Guide to ...
Howard Friedman

 

Magazines
  (victorr)

Other

 

       
Multimedia & other
New Year Broadcast on the Radio Kultura 28-DEC-2013 ( -  28.12.13) (mindel)
New Year Broadcast on the Radio ...
Radio broadcasting

 

       
Portrait Gallery
      . ,  , 28  1983 . (stavitsky)
...
Portrait Gallery

 

       
Printed Matter
 ,   , 13, 28.03.1942 (Wiktor)
, ...
Newspapers

 

 ,   ,   , 35, 28.08.1943 (Wiktor)
, ...
Newspapers

 

 E,  , , 28.12.1928 (Wiktor)
E, , ...
Newspapers

 

    ..   , , 28.03.1937 (Wiktor)
...
Newspapers

 

     .,  , 28.01.1937 (Wiktor)
...
Newspapers

 

   () (Modzele)
...
Newspapers

 

       , 1937 . (Wiktor)
...
Newspapers

 

German Prisoners Camp 1915 (max)
German Prisoners Camp 1915
Post Cards

 

Don Cossack Chorus Serge Jaroff, ca. 1938 (    ,  1938 ) (max)
Don Cossack Chorus Serge Jaroff, ...
Photos

 

 
Gramplasttrest and successors
New discs for orders of 1978, II q. (     2- . 1978 .) (german_retro)
New discs for orders of 1978, II ...
Catalogs of Gramplasttrest and successors

 

New discs of 78 rpm /Issue #3(22), 1963)/ (   78 /. (  3(22), 1963)) (german_retro)
New discs of 78 rpm /Issue ...
Catalogs of Gramplasttrest and successors

 

     
Pathé Record
Main Russian Pathe Catalogue of two-sided 28 cm records, August 1911 (    28 . . ,  1911) (oleg)
Main Russian Pathe Catalogue of ...
Pathé Record

 

       
Stalin Speach
Stalin Speech 1936 - Cover (  1936  - ), document (oleg)
Stalin Speech 1936 - Cover ...
Stalin Speach

 

       
Pathé Record
Pathe Discs ( ) (archive_2)
Pathe Discs ( )
Pathé Record

 

       
Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Artel "Gramplastmass" (others)
28
RussianMezzo-Soprano with Piano
In a Dark Alley ( ), romance
Strongilla Irtlach, acc. Guperman (piano)1940
Leningrad
Artel "Gramplastmass" (others) 3066
30
Russian
The Vagabond (), folk song (Film The Last Gypsy Camp)
Maria Istomina, acc. guitar1940
Leningrad
Artel "Gramplastmass" (others) 3065
Cathedral Records
CA-10009-B
Ukrainian, Church Slavonicmixed chorus
Lords Prayer (in Ukrainian) ( ), church canticle (Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom) (Mykola Leontovych (Nikolay Leontovich))
chorus "Boyan" of St. Volodymyr cathedral (Chicago), Conductor rev. Stefan Pozniak~1950
Chicago
Cathedral RecordsCA-10009
Centropechat
-017
RussianSpeech
Why the Red Army is needed, part 2 ( , 2-), speech (lyrics by Nikolai Podvoisky)
Nikolai Podvoisky01-02-1919
Moscow
Centropechat[21380, 42187-2, 49362-1]
Columbia Record
355221-2
RussianTenor with Piano
The fateful moment, Op 28 No 6 ( , . 28 6), opera (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
T.I.Nalbadyan, acc. piano1906
St.Petersburg
Columbia Graphophone Record
J 1800
(CA13974a)
EnglishOrchestra with Refrain
Marvellous, tango (Sleisei)
Tango Orchestra, Conductor GeraldoColumbia (European)J 1800
21013-F
(HA-28)
1
Russian[ru] [en][en]Baritone with Instrumental Trio
Lullaby ( ) (I. Korenev)
Leonid Molozhatov, acc. instrumental trio, Conductor David GeignerHarbinColumbia (Viva-Tonal, Harbin)21013-F
DC 28
(WL.2157)
2
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Chanson damour ( ), romance (Boris Borisov, lyrics by Elizaveta Dieterichs)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Ionel BageacEuropeColumbia (European)DC 28
[51502]
02-1930
Paris
DC 28
(WL.2158)
1
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Tango Magnolia ( ) (Alexander Vertinsky)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Ionel BageacEuropeColumbia (European)DC 28
[51503]
02-1930
Paris
CB 353
(WR117)
Russian, GermanDance Orchestra
Dark Eyes (Black Eyes) ( ), tango (Oscar Strock)
Berlin Dance Orchestra1930 ?
Berlin
Columbia (European)CB 353
[61439]
Duderhof - "Avantgard" Factory
28
(750)
EnglishDance Orchestra
, foxtrot
Ray Noble and his Orchestra, Conductor Ray NobleDuderhof - "Avantgard" Factory
23
(753)
EnglishDance Orchestra with Refrain
Sing As We Go, march-foxtrot (Harry Parr-Davies, Gracie Fields)
Ray Noble and his Orchestra, Conductor Ray Noble, Solo by Al Bowlly30-08-1934
London
Duderhof - "Avantgard" Factory  901
[5375]
Edison (cylinders)
15681
Monolog
Talk of a dunken man with the Moon, monologue
Anton FertnerEdison Goldguss Walze
Electrola

(BL3813)
2
GermanSoprano with Orchestra
Es blinkt der Tau, romance-song (Anton Grigorjevich Rubinstein)
Elisabeth Böhm van Endert, acc. orchestra, Conductor Marek Weber31-01-1928
Berlin
Electrola
Favorite Record
1-72046
Russian, Romanian
Romanian favorite song "Zec" ( "")
Military Band28-05-1909
Moscow
Favorite (Black with stars)
Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life)
1911-10
Russian
Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life) No. 10 1911 ( 10 1911 )
M.A.Sukennikov15-08-1911Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life)
1911-11
Russian
Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life) No. 11 1911 ( 11 1911 )
M.A.Sukennikov05-09-1911Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life)
1911-13
Russian, German
Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life) No. 13 1911 ( 13 1911 )
M.A.Sukennikov05-10-1911Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life)
1911-14
Russian, German
Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life) No. 14 1911 ( 14 1911 )
M.A.Sukennikov20-10-1911Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life)
1911-18
Russian, German
Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life) No. 18 1911 ( 18 1911 )
M.A.Sukennikov23-12-1911Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life)
1912-03 (21)
Russian
Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life) No 3 (21) 1912 ( 3 (21) 1912 )
M.A.Sukennikov15-02-1912Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life)
1912-09 (27)
Russian
Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life) No 9 (27) 1912 ( 9 (27) 1912 )
S. Sh. Liberman10-06-1912Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life)
1912-10 (28)
Russian
Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life) No 10 (28) 1912 ( 10 (28) 1912 )
S. Sh. Liberman10-07-1912Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life)
1912-11 (29)
Russian
Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life) No 11 (29) 1912 ( 11 (29) 1912 )
S. Sh. Liberman10-08-1912Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life)
1912-13 (31)
Russian
Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life) No 13 (31) 1912 ( 13 (31) 1912 )
S. Sh. Liberman10-10-1912Grammofonaja Zyzn (The Gramophone Life)
Grammofonnij Mir
1910-11
Russian, German
The Grammophone World No 11, 1910 ( i 11, 1910 .) (Die Grammophon-Welt No 11, 1910)
Dmitry Bogemsky15-11-1910
St.-Petersburg
Grammofonnij Mir
1911-03
Russian, German
The Grammophone World No 3, 1911 ( i 3, 1911 .) (Die Grammophon-Welt No 3, 1911)
Dmitry Bogemsky01-02-1911
St.-Petersburg
Grammofonnij Mir
1911-16
Russian, German
The Grammophone World No 16, 1911 ( i 16, 1911 .) (Die Grammophon-Welt No 16, 1911)
Dmitry Bogemsky01-09-1911
St.-Petersburg
Grammofonnij Mir
1911-20
Russian, German
The Grammophone World No 20, 1911 ( i 20, 1911 .) (Die Grammophon-Welt No 20, 1911)
Dmitry Bogemsky01-11-1911
St.-Petersburg
Grammofonnij Mir
1912-04
Russian, German
The Grammophone World No 4, 1912 ( i 4, 1912 .) (Die Grammophon-Welt No 4, 1912)
Dmitry Bogemsky02-15-1912
St.-Petersburg
Grammofonnij Mir
1912-06
Russian, German
The Grammophone World No 6, 1912 ( i 6, 1912 .) (Die Grammophon-Welt No 6, 1912)
Dmitry Bogemsky03-15-1912
St.-Petersburg
Grammofonnij Mir
1912-07
Russian, German
The Grammophone World No 7, 1912 ( i 7, 1912 .) (Die Grammophon-Welt No 7, 1912)
Dmitry Bogemsky04-01-1912
St.-Petersburg
Grammofonnij Mir
1912-08
Russian, German
The Grammophone World No 8, 1912 ( i 8, 1912 .) (Die Grammophon-Welt No 8, 1912)
Dmitry Bogemsky04-15-1912
St.-Petersburg
Grammofonnij Mir
1912-09
Russian, German
The Grammophone World No 9, 1912 ( i 9, 1912 .) (Die Grammophon-Welt No 9, 1912)
Dmitry Bogemsky05-01-1912
St.-Petersburg
Grammofonnij Mir
1914-07
Russian
The Grammophone World No 7, 1914 ( i 7, 1914 .)
Dmitry Bogemsky25-05-1914
St.-Petersburg
Grammofonnij Mir
1914-08
Russian
The Grammophone World No 8, 1914 ( i 8, 1914 .)
Dmitry Bogemsky10-06-1914
St.-Petersburg
Grammofonnij Mir
1911-08-09
Russian, German
The Grammophone World No 8-9, 1911 ( i 8-9, 1911 .) (Die Grammophon-Welt No 8-9, 1911)
Dmitry Bogemsky20-04-1911
St.-Petersburg
Grammofonnij Mir
1914-04-05
Russian
The Grammophone World No 4-5, 1914 ( i 4-5, 1914 .)
Dmitry Bogemsky02-04-1914
St.-Petersburg
Grammofonnij Mir
Gramophone Co.
047905
(217/sa)
GermanVoilin with Piano
Hungarian dance 2, solo piece (Johannes Brahms, arr. Joseph Joachim)
Joseph Joachim, acc. piano27-08-1903
Berlin
Monarch (Angel)
22554
(325x)
RussianTenor with Piano
Terrible Minute (The fateful moment) Op 28 No 6 ( , . 28 6) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Nikolay Figner, acc. piano1901
St.Petersburg
Concert (Angel)
21441
(15912b)
RussianDeclamation
Final monologue of the Town Governor ( ) (Comedy The Government Inspector) (lyrics by Nikolay Gogol)
Vladimir Davydov(Ivan Gorelov)02-10-1911
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Cupid)
21442
(15913b)
RussianDeclamation
Famusov Monologue ( ) (Comedy Woe from Wit) (lyrics by Aleksander Griboyedov)
Vladimir Davydov(Ivan Gorelov)02-10-1911
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Cupid)
222304
(18054b)
RussianBaritone with guitars
Always and everywhere with you ( ), romance (Sofus Gerdal (Sergey Gerdel))
Yury Morfessi, acc. A. Shishkin, N. Dulkevich (guitars)28-10-1913
St.-Petersburg
His Masters Voice (HMV)EK28
222305
(18055b)
RussianBaritone with guitars
We went out into the garden ( ), romance (Countess Tolstaya)
Yury Morfessi, acc. A. Shishkin, N. Dulkevich (guitars)28-10-1913
St.-Petersburg
His Masters Voice (HMV)EK28
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
27
(VIII  27)
RussianSpeech
On the Project of USSR Constitution (Part 27) ( (27 )), document (lyrics by Joseph Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili (Stalin))
Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin25-11-1936
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
28
(VIII  28)
RussianSpeech
On the Project of USSR Constitution (Part 28) ( (28 )), document (lyrics by Joseph Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili (Stalin))
Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin25-11-1936
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
27
(XX -27)
RussianSpeech
20th anniversary of the October Revolution (part 27) (20- (27 )), document
Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Molotov06-11-1937
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
28
(XX -28)
RussianSpeech
20th anniversary of the October Revolution (part 28) (20- (28 )), document
Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Molotov06-11-1937
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
Gramplasttrest (three digits wartime system)
252
Russian
The Russian Soul ( ), song (Valentin Kruchinin, lyrics by Lev Oshanin)
Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble of the Moscow Military District, Conductor Serafim Lappo1943
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 27/43
253
Russian
Among the dense forests ( ), song (lyrics by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach)
Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble of the Moscow Military District, Conductor Serafim Lappo1943
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 28/43
Gramplasttrest and successors
28
Italian, RussianTenor with Orchestra
Neapolitan Tarantella ( ), song (Gioachino Rossini, arr. Georgy Dudkevich)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. orchestra, Conductor Alexander Gran1934
Moscow
SovSong 20
Plant of 1905 Year
Noginsk Plant14
 20
165
Italian, RussianTenor with Orchestra
Sing to Me ( ), neapolitan song (Ernesto de Curtis, arr. Georgy Dudkevich, lyrics by Seversky)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. orchestra, Conductor Alexander Gran1934
Moscow
Noginsk Plant19
 80
672
UkrainianSoprano with Ensemble
Oh Alone, Im Alone, folk song
Zoya Gaidai, acc. kiev state opera orchestra soloists ensemble, Conductor Vladimir Iorish1935
Kiev
Noginsk Plant28 
 4
675
RussianSoprano with Harp and Cello
Kerchief (), folk song
Zoya Gaidai, acc. Georgii Gaaze, Grigorii Mizuch (harp, cello)02...05-1935
Kiev
Noginsk Plant28 
 4
2300
American, RussianJazz Orchestra
Blue Is the Night ( ), blues (Fred Fisher)
Yakov Skomorovsky and his Orchestra, Conductor Yakov Skomorovsky, Solo by John Danker (Ivan Sokolov)(Hawaiian guitar)1932
Moscow
Interim GPT Labels
2312
Russian, GermanJazz Orchestra
By a Steep Bank ( ), foxtrot (Alexander Vertinsky, arr. Sil Benedikt)
"Ilya Livschakoff" Jazz Orchestra, Conductor Ilya Livschakoff~07-1930
Berlin, Schumannsaal
Interim GPT Labels
24021
3053
RussianClarinette with Piano
Etude (), solo piece (Alexander Gedike)
Alexander Volodin, acc. Abram Dyakov (piano)1935
Moscow
Noginsk Plant915 
 385
3477
RussianDeclamation
Extract from Chapter 8 ( 8- ), monologue (Novel How the Steel Was Tempered) (lyrics by Nikolay Ostrovsky)
Nikolay Ostrovsky01-1936
Moscow
SovSong 542
[ 12]
Noginsk Plant 12
 542
3478
RussianDeclamation
Extracyt from Chapter 8 (ending) ( 8- ()), monologue (Novel How the Steel Was Tempered) (lyrics by Nikolay Ostrovsky)
Nikolay Ostrovsky01-1936
Moscow
SovSong 542
[ 12]
RussianDeclamation
Extract from Chapter 8 (ending) ( 8- ()), monologue (Novel How the Steel Was Tempered) (lyrics by Nikolay Ostrovsky)
Noginsk Plant 12
 542
4505
RussianDeclamation
Tusenbachs Monologue ( ) (Play The Tree Sisters, act 3) (lyrics by )
Vasily Kachalov1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant382
843
04903
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)
Ivan Kozlovsky, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1936
Moscow
Eugene Onegin28
 783
4961
RussianDeclamation
Salieri Monologue ( ) (Drama Mozart and Salieri, act 1) (lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
Michael Frantsevich Lenin (Ignatyuk)1937
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant-905
4962
RussianDeclamation
Salieri Monologue ( ) (Drama Mozart and Salieri, act 1) (lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
Michael Frantsevich Lenin (Ignatyuk)1937
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant-905
5820
RussianContralto with Domras
Matanechki of Volga (End) ( ()), ditties (arr. Alexander Semenov)
Olga Kovaleva, acc. domras sextet, Conductor Alexander Semenov1937
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 096
05890
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Tzar Berendys cavatina - Mighty nature is full of wonders ( - , , ) (Opera The Snow Maiden, act 2) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Ostrovsky: The Play The Snow Maiden)
Ivan Zhadan, acc. orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1937
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 0122
06252
RussianChorus and Orchestra
Peasants chorus ( ) (Opera Prince Igor, act 4) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Chorus and Orchestra of Bolshoi Theatre, Conductor Lev Steinberg1937
Moscow
Noginsk Plant28
 813
7777
RussianTenor with piano and cello
The fateful moment, Op 28 No 6 ( , . 28 6), romance (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Alexander Kuprin)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. Svyatoslav Knushevitsky, Semen Stuchevsky (piano and cello)1938
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 1438
8972
Russian
Famusov Monologue ( ) (Comedy Woe from Wit) (lyrics by Aleksander Griboyedov)
Vasily Kachalov1939
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 2440
8973
Russian
Famusov Monologue (ending) ( ()) (Comedy Woe from Wit) (lyrics by Aleksander Griboyedov)
Vasily Kachalov1939
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 2441
9211
RussianOrchestra
Suite # 3 ( 3), symphony piece (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Symphony Orchestra of the All-Union Radio, Conductor Samuil Abramovich Samosud1939
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant-2713
9344
American, RussianBaritone with Orchestra
The Smugglers (), monologue (Walter Donaldson, arr. Orest Kandat, lyrics by Eduard Bagritsky)
Leonid Utyosov, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Leonid Utyosov13-08-1939
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 2811
10057
Czech, RussianDance Orchestra
Golden Katerina (The Lightnings) ( ()) (Zlatá Kateřina), tango (Film Golden Katerina[cz]Zlatá Kateřina) (Joseph Kumok)
Ferdinand Krish and his Concert Ensemble, Conductor Ferdinand Krish01-1940
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 27
10058
German, RussianDance Orchestra
Bathing by the Moonlight ( ()) (Du, mit dir möcht ich mal baden gehn, wenn der Mond scheint), foxtrot (Anton Profes)
Ferdinand Krish and his Concert Ensemble, Conductor Ferdinand Krish01-1940
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 28
10162
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Countess Bedroom (Part 1) (4 . ()) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
N. Khanaev (German), acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud~03-1940
Moscow
The Queen of Spades27
 147
10163
RussianTenor and Choir with Orchestra
Countess Bedroom (Part 2) (4 . ( 1)) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
N. Khanaev (German), acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud~03-1940
Moscow
The Queen of Spades28
 148
10780
French, RussianTrio with Orchestra
Gypsy Song ( ) (Opera Carmen) (Georges Bizet, lyrics by Henri Meilhac, Ludovic Halevy, based on: Prosper Merimee: Novelette Carmen)
Maria Maksakova, Larisa Alemasova, Larisa Makhova, acc. orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1941
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 28
Leningrad Plant
10781
French, RussianTrio with Orchestra
Gypsy Song (ending) ( ()) (Opera Carmen) (Georges Bizet, lyrics by Henri Meilhac, Ludovic Halevy, based on: Prosper Merimee: Novelette Carmen)
Maria Maksakova, Larisa Alemasova, Larisa Makhova, acc. orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1941
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 29
 29
Leningrad Plant
10805
English, Russian
Hamlets monologue ( ) (Tragedy Hamlet, act 2) (lyrics by William Shakespeare)
Vasily Kachalov1941
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 72
14372
Austrian, Russian
The Song of Paul ( ), operetta (Operette Holland) (Imre Kalman)
Vladimir Bunchikov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Georgy Fuchs-Martin1947
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 28
17273
German, RussianDeclamation
Fragment from Mary Stuarts Monologue ( ) (Tragedy Mary Stuart) (lyrics by Friedrich Schiller)
Maria Ermolova1909
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 614
Homokord
Rs.4-12012-I
(H-82023)
RussianBass with Choir
Twelve Robbers ( ), folk song
Mikhail Zhitkovsky, acc. russian opera choir in paris, Conductor Alexander LabinskyHomocord
B 1853
(M 17906)
GermanTenor with Orchestra
Wer das Scheiden hat erfunden (Wolgalied), song (lyrics by Otto Cassau)
Max Kuttner28-05-1925
Berlin
HomocordB 1853
[E28A]
B 1853
(M 17908)
GermanTenor with Orchestra
Natascha, song (Hans May, lyrics by Ernst Neubach)
Max Kuttner28-05-1925
Berlin
HomocordB 1853
[E28A]
4-2416
(M 19420)
1
RussianGrand Piano
Serenade b-moll (Op. 3 No. 5. , - ), chamber piece (Plays-fantasies for piano op. 3) (Sergei Rakhmaninov)
Ernst Hoffzimmer09-1927
Berlin
Homocord4-2416
4-9002
(M 52303)
1
German, RussianSoprano with Orchestra
The nightingale () (Näktergalen), romance-song (Alexander Alyabyev)
Gitta Alpár, acc. orchestra13-01-1928
Berlin
Homocord4-9002
LEF (2nd numbering)
0236
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Tango Magnolia ( ) (Alexander Vertinsky)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Ionel BageacEuropeLEF (2nd numbering)
0237
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Chanson damour ( ), romance (Boris Borisov, lyrics by Elizaveta Dieterichs)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Ionel BageacEuropeLEF (2nd numbering)
Leningrad - "Mineral" and "Plastmass" Artels
28
RussianDuet with Ensemble
Dolls talking ( ), childrens song (arr. Mikhail Volovats, lyrics by Pogorelovskiy)
Zinaida Rikomi, Iosif Gorin, acc. ensemble, Conductor Mikhail Vetrov1948
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 23 
30'
RussianDuet with Ensemble
Dolls talking ( ), childrens song (arr. Mikhail Volovats, lyrics by Pogorelovskiy)
Zinaida Rikomi, Iosif Gorin, acc. ensemble, Conductor Mikhail Vetrov1948
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 23 
60
RussianBaritone with Jazz Orchestra
A Sailors Nights ( ), song (Vasiliy Soloviov-Sedoy, lyrics by Solomon Fogelson)
Leonid Kostritsa, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Minkh1947
Leningrad
Artel "Mineral"  28
71
RussianBaritone with Jazz Orchestra
A Sailors Nights ( ), song (Vasiliy Soloviov-Sedoy, lyrics by Solomon Fogelson)
Leonid Kostritsa, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Minkh1947
Leningrad
Artel "Mineral"  28
IIIArtel "Plastmass"
72
RussianMezzo-soprano with Jazz Orchestra
It is not better, than that Blossom ( ), song (Matvey Blanter, lyrics by Mikhail Isakovsky)
Olga Nesterova, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Minkh1947
Leningrad
Artel "Mineral"  32
Artel "Plastmass"
263
RussianMezzo-soprano with Jazz Orchestra
Over a Wide River ( ), song (Georgy Nosov, lyrics by Alexander Churkin)
Olga Nesterova, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Minkh1948
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 28
264
RussianBaritone with Jazz Ensemble
In Leningrad ( ), song (Nicolay Minkh, lyrics by Ilya Fink and Solomon Fogelson)
Yuri Hochinsky, acc. jazz ensemble, Conductor Nicolay Minkh1948
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 24
4312
RussianTenor with accordions
The Bird Cherry Tree heaves under the Window ( ), song (Boris I. Fomin, lyrics by Boris N. Timofeev-Eropkin)
Anatoly Shatalin, acc. Vladimir Kuznetsov, Ivan Tikhonov (accordions)1950
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 28
4492
RussianSoprano with Piano
Samara-town ( ), song
Roza Baglanova, acc. Artur Polonskiy (piano)1949
Moscow
Artel "Plastmass" 34
6733
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Willow (), folk song
Mikhail Alexandrovich, acc. orchestra, Conductor Evgeny Zablotskiy1951
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 228-51
7491
RussianTenor with Piano
Song about Happiness ( ) (Matvey Blanter, lyrics by Sergey Alymov)
Mikhail Aleksandrovich, acc. Sarra Raykhenshteyn (piano)1951
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 275-51
10441
RussianOrchestra
Skaters (), dance (arr. Yakov Rozenfeld)
Studio orchestra, Conductor Anatoly Badkhen1952
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 119-52
[52081]
Leningrad - LEF
3021
Polish, RussianDance Orchestra
The Fairy Tale (Bajka) ( (Bajka)), tango (Igo Kranowski, arr. Letichevsky)
LOOMP Orchestra1941
Leningrad
LEF Others 323
Leningrad City Cinema (Lengorkino)
26
RussianFemale Choir with Orchestra
Lets Go, Merry Friends (, ), march song (Film The Rich Bride) (Isaac Dunaevsky, lyrics by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach)
Bolshoi Theatre Female Choir, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Isaac Dunaevsky1937
Moscow
Leningrad City Cinema (Lengorkino) 2251
28
RussianChorus with Orchestra
Song Of Youth () (Film Volga-Volga) (Isaac Dunaevsky, lyrics by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach)
Vocal Ensemble, acc. kirov theatre orchestra, Conductor Isaac Dunaevsky1938
Leningrad
Leningrad City Cinema (Lengorkino) 2243
29
RussianJazz Orchestra
Waltz () (Film Volga-Volga) (Isaac Dunaevsky)
Jazz Orchestra, Conductor Alexey Semyonov1938
Leningrad
Leningrad City Cinema (Lengorkino) 2242
Lenmuztrust
- 28
(438)
Germanensemble
A nice party (Ein schönes Fest), foxtrot (?)
?, acc. ensemble1930s
Germany (?)
Lenmuztrust (blank)
- 34
(463)
Russiantenor with piano
Ballad about a king ( ), song (Alexander Vertinsky, lyrics by Nikolay Agnivtsev)
Alexander Vertinsky, acc. piano~08-1929
Austria
Lenmuztrust (blank)
5-192 B
(1153)
German, RussianReader
Egmonts Monologue (prolongation 1) ( ( 1)) (Tragedy Egmont) (lyrics by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
Yuriy Yur'ev1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrust (Leningrad) 1737
5-193 B
(1154)
German, RussianSymphonic Orchestra and Reader
Egmonts Monologue (prolongation 2) ( ( 2)) (Tragedy Egmont) (Ludwig van Beethoven, lyrics by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
Yuriy Yur'ev, acc. orchestra of leningrad state philarmony, Conductor Nikolay Rabinovich1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrust (Leningrad) 1737
5-193 B
(1155)
German, RussianSymphonic Orchestra and Reader
Egmonts Monologue (ending) and Symphony of Victory ( () ) (Tragedy Egmont) (Ludwig van Beethoven, lyrics by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
Yuriy Yur'ev, acc. orchestra of leningrad state philarmony, Conductor Nikolay Rabinovich1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrust (Leningrad) 1737
1-195 
(1162)
Russian
, monologue (lyrics by B. Likharev)
Boris Babochkin12-1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrust (Leningrad) 1823
1-197 
(1164)
Russian
My Homeland ( ), monologue (lyrics by V. Gusev)
Boris BabochkinLeningradLenmuztrust (Leningrad) 1825
10-315 A
(1688)
RussianMale Choir with Orchestra
For Motherland! ( !), march song (Georgy Nosov, lyrics by Alexander Churkin)
Leningrad House of the Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Anisimov1938
Leningrad
Lenmuztrust (rostral column) 2306
4-345 
(1809)
RussianTenor with Grand Piano
The fateful moment, Op 28 No 6 ( , . 28 6), romance (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Alexander Kuprin)
Nikolay Pechkovsky, acc. S.O. Davydova (grand piano)Lenmuztrust (rostral column)345
 2162
Local production of the 1950s
4312
RussianTenor with accordions
The Bird Cherry Tree heaves under the Window ( ), song (Vasiliy Solov'ov-Sedoy, lyrics by Alexey Fat'yanov)
Anatoly Shatalin, acc. Vladimir Kuznetsov, Ivan Tikhonov (accordions)1950
Leningrad
Kiev - Artel "9th of May" 28-50
12972
RussianDuet with Guitar and Concertino
Think, what does it matter (, ), couplets (Pavel Rudakov and Veniamin(Venedikt) Nechaev)
Pavel Rudakov and Veniamin(Venedikt) Nechaev, acc. Pavel Rudakov (concertino) and Veniamin(Venedikt) Nechaev (guitar)1954
Leningrad
Abkhazian Training and Production Enterprise[00083]
Dnepropetrovsk - UTO Plant
Kiev - Kaganovich/Moscow Rajpromkombinat
Melodia Record
70
RussianBaritone with accordion
Combat of the Varyag ( "" ( )), song (Vasily Khoroshevich-Ternitsky (Benevsky), lyrics by Yakov Repninsky)
Ivan Bobrov, acc. accordion~1913Melodia Record
MusTrust (electric process)
2300
American, RussianJazz band
Blue Is the Night ( ), blues (Fred Fisher)
Yakov Skomorovsky and his Orchestra, Conductor Yakov Skomorovsky, Solo by John Danker (Ivan Sokolov)[Hawaiian guitar]1932
Moscow
KPO (Mustrust, electric process)
Muza
X1512a
(XWA 1480-30)
PolishPiano
Prelude in D minor No. 24 and in C minor No. 20 op. 28 (Preludium d-moll nr 24 i c-moll nr 20 op. 28), solo piece (Frederic Chopin)
Jan BereżyńskiWarshawMuza1512
[B-87752]
Odeon-Record
107001
(XRu 410)
RussianDeclamation
Osips Monologue (part 1) ( ()) (Play The Government Inspector) (lyrics by Nikolay Gogol)
Konsatntin Varlamov1910
St.Petersburg
Odeon-Record
107002
(XRu 411)
RussianDeclamation
Osips Monologue (part 2) ( ()) (Play The Government Inspector) (lyrics by Nikolay Gogol)
Konsatntin Varlamov1910
St.Petersburg
Odeon-Record
Parlophon
B. 23079-II
(79136)
RussianMonologue
Jo-Jo (-), monologue (lyrics by Pavel Troitsky)
Pavel Troitsky1930
Berlin
Parlophon (Germany, red)B. 23079
Pathé Record
24036
(17774)
BC
RussianMezzo-Soprano with Orchestra
Lyudmilas cavatina - Sad to me, dear parent ( - , ) (Opera Ruslan and Ludmila, act 1) (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Mikhail Glinka, Konstantin Bakhturin, Valerian Shirkov, Nikolay Markevich,Nestor Kukolnik,Mikhail Gedeonov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Ruslan and Ludmila)
Maria Mikhailova, acc. piano1903Etched Labels é
 
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