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Year 1939 (1939 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1939 (1939 ) (Wiktor)
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors

 

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

 

Gramophone Co. In Russia (1905 -1911), Part 2. A Life For The Tsar And For The Beloved Self (in Russian) (    (1905 -1911 .),   2.       .) (Tikhon)
Gramophone Co. In Russia (1905 ... (Tikhon)
Gramophone Co.

 

   
Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Gramplasttrest and major plants
06953
russianbass with choir
From the Island to the Midstream (Song about Stenka Razin) (- ), folk song
Alexander Pirogov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir, Conductor Max Cooper1938
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 0546
07767
russianchoir and orchestra
Wedding Choir ( ) (Opera Ivan Susanin(A Life for the Tsar), act 3) (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Egor Rosen, Sergey Gorodetsky)
Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud1938
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 1665
08235
russianbass with orchestra
Farewell of Boris - Farewell, my son (ending) ( - , ()) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Pirogov and Bronislava Zlatogorova, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra (choir and orchestra), Conductor Alexander Orlov1938
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 1615
08328
russian
Entracte and Waltz ( ) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theater, Conductor Alexander Orlov1938
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 1772
8391
american, englishdance orchestra
Dance-o-Mania, foxtrot (Louis Wolfe Gilbert, Joseph Cooper)
Ferdinand Krish and his Orchestra, Conductor Ferdinand Krish1939
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 1830
08459
russianduet with choir and orchestra
Podyachy, Kuzka and shooters (, ) (Opera Khovanshchina, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Dmitry Marchenkov, Sergey Koltypin, acc. Boshoi Theatre Chorus and Orchestra, Conductor Lev Steinberg1938
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant1883
 1883
[8459]
08460
russianbass with chorus and orchestra
Khovanskys arioso ( - , ) (Opera Khovanshchina, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Vasily Lubentsov, acc. Boshoi Theatre Chorus and Orchestra, Conductor Lev Steinberg1938
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant1884
 1884
[8460]
9096
russianduet with choir and orchestra
The final (beginning) ( ()) (Opera Ivan Susanin(A Life for the Tsar), act 2) (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Egor Rosen, Sergey Gorodetsky)
The choir of the Bolshoi theatre, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud, M. Cuper, Solo by Fedor Svetlanov, Konstantin Terekhin1939
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 2566
9097
russianchoir with orchestra
Final (end) ( ()) (Opera Ivan Susanin(A Life for the Tsar), act 2) (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Egor Rosen, Sergey Gorodetsky)
The choir of the Bolshoi theatre, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud, M. Cuper1939
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 2567
9649
french, russianchoir with orchestra
Boys choir ( ) (Avec la garde montante) (Opera Karmen, act 1) (Georges Bizet, lyrics by Henri Meilhac, Ludovic Halevy, based on: Prosper Merimee: Novelette Karmen)
Children chir, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Nebolsin (orchestra), Max Cooper (choir)1939
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 3063
9726
russianduet with jazz orchestra
Black Sea Song () (Yevgeny Zharkovsky, lyrics by V.Zhuravlev)
Sergey Streltsova, Alexey Ivanov, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitsky, Max Kuper (choir)1939
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 3133
Noginsk Plant
russianduet with jazz orchestra
Black Sea Song () (Evgeny Zharkovsky, lyrics by V. Zhuravlev)
Sergey Streltsov, Alexey Ivanov, acc. ussr state jazz orchestra and bolshoi theatre chorus, Conductor Viktor Knushevitzky (orchestra), Max Kuper (choir)
9727
russianduet with jazz orchestra
Mahorochka (Tobacco) (), song (Konstantin Listov, lyrics by Mikhail Ruderman)
Sergey Streltsova, Alexey Ivanov, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitsky, Max Kuper (choir)1939
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 3110
Noginsk Plant
russianduet with jazz orchestra
Makhorochka (), song (Konstantin Listov, lyrics by Mikhail Ruderman)
Sergey Streltsov, Alexey Ivanov, acc. ussr state jazz orchestra and bolshoi theatre chorus, Conductor Viktor Knushevitzky (orchestra), Max Kuper (choir)
9728
russiantenor with orchestra
Naval Carnival Song ( ) (Evgeniy Jarkovsky, lyrics by Jacob Sashin, Olga Vysotskaya)
Georgy Vinogradov, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitskiy1939
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 3134
-3134
russianjazz orchestra with refrain
Naval Carnival Song ( ) (Evgeniy Jarkovsky, lyrics by Jacob Sashin, Olga Vysotskaya)
Gramplasttrest and major plants 3134
9739
russianbaritone with choir and orchestra
To Our Brothers ( ), song (Ferencz Szabo, arr. Dmitry Rogal-Levitsky, lyrics by Jack Altausen)
Petr Kirichek, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra (choir, orchestra), Conductor Alexander Chugunov (orchestra), Max Kuper (choir)1939
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 3104
9916
french, russianbass with choir and orchestra
Couplets of Mephistopheles ( ) (Opera Faust, act 4) (Charles Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, translator Pyotr Kalashnikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Mark Reizen, acc. bolshoi theatre choir and orchestra, Conductor Lev Steinberg1939
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 3165
french, russianbass with choir and orchestra
Couplets of Mephistopheles ( ) (Opera Faust, act 1) (Charles Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, translator Pyotr Kalashnikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Leningrad Plant
010129
russianchoir with orchestra
Scene in the Summer Garden (1 . ) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud02-1940
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant2
 106
Noginsk Plant02
 106
10130
russianchoir with orchestra
The masquerade (Part 1) (3 . ()) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
Choir of Bolshoy Theatre, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud02-1940
Moscow
Noginsk Plant18
 114
10132
russiantenor with choir and orchestra
In caserne (Part 2) (5 . ()) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 3) (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 Samosud02-1940
Moscow
Noginsk Plant34
 112
10142
russianchoir with orchestra
Scene in the Summer Garden (Part 2) (1 . ()) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
Nikandr Khanaev (German), Alexander Baturin (Tomsky), Sergey Ostroumov (Chekalinsky), Ivan Manshavi, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud02-1940
Moscow
Noginsk Plant03
 124
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
Noginsk Plant28
 148
10165
russianchoir with orchestra
In the Gaming house (Part 1) (7 . ) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 3) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
A. Baturin (Tomsky), P. Nortsov (Eletskiy), S. Ostroumov (Chekalinskiy), acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud03-1940
Moscow
Noginsk Plant40
 143
10168
russianchoir with orchestra
In the Gaming house (Part 5) (7 . ()) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 3) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
Nikandr Khanaev (German), acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud~03-1940
Moscow
Noginsk Plant44
 150
10177
russianchoir with orchestra
Scene in the Summer Garden (Part 4) (1 . ( 3)) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
Nikandr Khanaev (German), Alexander Baturin (Tomsky), Pantel, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud03-1940
Moscow
Noginsk Plant05
 164
10180
russianduet and choir with orchestra
Scene in Lizas Room (Part 1). Lizas and Polinas Duet - Evening already (2 . (). - ) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
Kseniya Derjinskaya (Liza), Mariya Maksakova (Polina), acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud03-1940
Moscow
Noginsk Plant10
 186
LEF (2nd numbering)
0296
russianduet with jazz orchestra
Mahorochka (Tobacco) (), song (Konstantin Listov, lyrics by Mikhail Ruderman)
S.N. Streltsova and A.P. Ivanov, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitsky1939
Moscow
LEF (2nd numbering)
Leningrad - Artel "Gramplastmass" of VSPK-LOSPK
9726
russianduet with jazz orchestra
Black Sea Song () (Yevgeny Zharkovsky, lyrics by V.Zhuravlev)
Sergey Streltsova, Alexey Ivanov, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitsky, Max Kuper (choir)1939
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices) 3234
9727
russianduet with jazz orchestra
Mahorochka (Tobacco) (), song (Konstantin Listov, lyrics by Mikhail Ruderman)
Sergey Streltsova, Alexey Ivanov, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitsky, Max Kuper (choir)1939
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices) 3235
Parlophon
P. 9293-I
(2-79506)
russianbass with choir and orchestra
Prologue - Why did you leave us, tsar? ( - , ?) (Opera Boris Godunov) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Jan Nedra & choir of Latvian National Theatre, acc. orchestra, Conductor Emil Cooper01-06-1928
Berlin
Parlophon (Germany, blue)P 9293
 
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