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Artistotipia
503
(3875 )
RussianBass with orchestra
Mephistopheles song of the flea ( ) (Modest Moussorgsky, translator Alexander Strugovshchikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Poem Faust)
Alexander Kachenovsky, acc. orchestra1913
St.-Petersburg
Artistotipia (portrait)
Brunswick
15031-B
(8798)
1
RussianSoprano with Orchestra
Humoresque (-), song (Modest Mussorgsky)
Nina Koshetz, acc. orchestra26-09-1922...06-10-1922
New York
Brunswick15031
10138-B
(8798)
5
RussianSoprano with Orchestra
Humoresque (-), song (Modest Mussorgsky)
Nina Koshetz, acc. orchestra26-09-1922...06-10-1922
New York
Brunswick10138
Columbia Record
L 1991
(AX 2739)
RussianBass with piano
Mephistopheles song of the flea ( ) (Modest Moussorgsky, translator Alexander Strugovshchikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Poem Faust)
Capitn Zaporozjetz, acc. pianoColumbia (European)L 1991
7363-M
(XCO 27034)
RussianMale Choir
Coronation Scene (. ) (Opera Boris Godunov) (Modest Mussorgsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Don Cossack Chorus of Serge Jaroff, acc. Konstantin Schwedoff (piano), Conductor Serge Jaroff22-03-1940
U.S.A.
Columbia Masterworks
C15274
(XCO 27084)
RussianMale Choir
Coronation Scene (. ) (Opera Boris Godunov) (Modest Mussorgsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Don Cossack Chorus of Serge Jaroff, acc. Konstantin Schwedoff (piano), Conductor Serge Jaroff, Solo by 22-03-1940U.S.A.Columbia (microphone)
Decca (US)
G-20415 A
(QU 487)
Russian
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power (part I) ( - ( 1)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Georges Baklanov, acc. orchestra26-09-1929
Berlin
Decca (US)G-20415
G-20415 B
(QU 488)
Russian
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power (part II) ( - ( 2)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Georges Baklanov, acc. orchestra26-09-1929
Berlin
Decca (US)G-20415
Electrola
32-2261
(2B 577)
3
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Max Steiman06-06-1931
London
ElectrolaDB 1532
32-2262
(2B 578)
2
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - Ah, I am Suffocating ( - , ! ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Max Steiman06-06-1931
London
ElectrolaDB 1532
DB 21207
(2 EA 14629)
1
RussianBass with orchestra
Dositheuss monologue (part 1) ( - ( 1-)) (Opera Khovantschina, act 5) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Boris Christoff, acc. orchestra, Conductor Issay DobroweinElectrolaDB 21207
DB 21207
(2 EA 14632)
RussianBass with orchestra
Dositheuss monologue (part 2) ( - ( 2-)) (Opera Khovantschina, act 5) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Boris Christoff, acc. orchestra, Conductor Issay Dobrowein~1950ElectrolaDB 21207
7-22046
(A26100▲)
RussianBass with Orchestra
Varlaams song - In the town of Kazan ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra16-03-1927
USA
ElectrolaDA 891
2-022033
(Cc7064)
3
RussianBass with Chorus and Orchestra
Coronation Scene - Part 1 (. - 1) (Opera Boris Godunov) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Albert Coates26-10-1925
London
ElectrolaDB 900
2-022032
(Cc7066)
1
RussianBass with Chorus and Orchestra
Coronation Scene - Conclusio (. - ) (Opera Boris Godunov) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Albert Coates26-10-1925
London
ElectrolaDB 900
32-2096
(Cc 18157)
1
RussianBass with Orchestra
Trepak () (Cycle Dances and Songs of the Death) (Modest Mussorgsky)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Lawrence Collingwood11-11-1929
London
ElectrolaDB 1511
2-022037
(CR375)
1
RussianBass with Orchestra
Farewell of Boris - Farewell, my son ( - , ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Eugene Goossens27-05-1926
London
ElectrolaDB 934
A Best Loved Famous Music
17
(XP-27262)
RussianOrchestra
a) Melody in F, op. 3 No.1; b) Gopak () , . 3 1; ) ) (Opera Sorochintsy Fair) (Anton Rubinstein, Modest Mussorgsky)
CBS Symphony Orchestra (Columbia Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra), Conductor Sigmund Spaeth07-05-1940A Best Loved Famous Music17
FZZ (post-war)
461
(-461)
RussianMezzo-Soprano with Piano
Where Are You, Little Star? (ending) ( , ()), romance (Modest Musorgsky)
Nadezhda Obukhova, acc. Matvey Sakharov (piano)MoscowFZZ (post-war)
Gramophone Co.
30-6472
(0G550)
2▲
RussianDuet with Orchestra
Fountain duet - Oh, Tzarevich, I implore you. ( - , , ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Elena Sadoven and Nikolay Nagachevsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Alexander I. Labinsky01-04-1931
Paris
His Masters Voice (HMV)EK 94
32-2261
(2B 577)
3
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. London Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Max Steiman06-06-1931
London, Small Kingsway Hall
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 1532
DB 21144
(2EA 14310)
1
RussianSoprano with piano
Where are thou, little star? ( , ?), song (Modest Moussorgsky, arr. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakoff, lyrics by Nikolai Grekoff)
Mascia Predit, acc. Gerald Moore (piano)1950His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 21144
DB 21144
(2EA 14329)
1
RussianSoprano with piano
The night (), song (Modest Moussorgsky, arr. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakoff, lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
Mascia Predit, acc. Gerald Moore (piano)1950His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 21144
DB 21484
(2EA 15441)
2
RussianBass with piano
Softly the spirit flew up to heaven ( ), song (Modest Moussorgsky, arr. Nikolai Rumsky-Korsakoff, lyrics by Alexei Tolstoi)
Boris Christoff, acc. Gerald Moore (piano)His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 21484
DB 21484
(2EA 15442)
2
RussianBass with piano
Field-marshall death, No. 4 (, 4), song (Cycle Songs and dances of death) (Modest Moussorgsky, arr. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakoff, lyrics by Arsenij Goleeneechtchev-Koutouzov)
Boris Christoff, acc. Gerald Moore (piano)His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 21484
022222
(2492½c)
2
RussianBass with Chorus and Orchestra
Farewell of Boris - Farewell, my son ( - , ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra15-10-1911
St.-Petersburg
His Masters Voice (HMV)
7-22046
(A26100▲)
RussianBass with Orchestra
Varlaams song - In the town of Kazan ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Rosario Bourdon16-03-1927
Camden, New Jersey
His Masters Voice (HMV)DA891
2-022005
(Cc 549)
1
RussianBass with Orchestra
Mephistopheles song of the flea - Once there was a king ( - - ) (Modest Mussorgsky, translator Alexander Strugovshchikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Poem Faust)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Percy Pitt10-10-1921
Hayes
His Masters Voice (HMV)D.B.103
[88644, 6416]
2-022018
(Cc2015)
3
RussianBass with Orchestra
Pimens monologue - Yet one more tale, the last ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor George W.Byng23-10-1922
London
The Gramophone Co. Ltd (pasteover)[DB612]
2-032081
(Cc4720)
1
French, RussianTenor with Orchestra
Why is my heart ( - , ) (Pourquoi mon triste coeur) (Opera Sorochinsky Fair, act 1) (Modest Musorgsky, arr. Anatoly Lyadov, lyrics by Modest Mussorgsky, Arseniy Golenischev-Kutuzov, based on: Nikolay Gogol: The story Sorochinsky Fair)
Dmitry Smirnov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Julius Harrison12-06-1924
London
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB753
[AGSB72]
2-022033
(Cc7064)
3
RussianBass with Chorus and Orchestra
Coronation Scene - Part 1 (. - 1) (Opera Boris Godunov) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Albert Coates26-10-1925
London
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 900
2-022032
(Cc7066)
1
RussianBass with Chorus and Orchestra
Coronation Scene - Conclusio (. - ) (Opera Boris Godunov) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Albert Coates26-10-1925
London
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB900
2-022034
(Cc 8414)
2
RussianBass with Orchestra
Mephistopheles song of the flea - Once there was a king ( - - ) (Modest Mussorgsky, translator Alexander Strugovshchikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Poem Faust)
Feodor Chaliapin, Conductor Eugene Goossens20-05-1926
London
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 932
II
2-024001
(CP260)
1
RussianDuet with Orchestra
Duet of Pimen and Gregory (pt 1) ( ( , .1)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Dmitry Smirnov, Constantine Kaidanov, acc. orchestra24-06-1924
Paris
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 765
2-024002
(CP261)
2
RussianDuet with Orchestra
Duet of Pimen and Gregory (pt 2) ( ( , .2)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Dmitry Smirnov, Constantine Kaidanov, acc. orchestra24-06-1924
Paris
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 765
2-022038
(CR374)
4
RussianBass with Chorus and Orchestra
The death of Boris - The bell! The passing bell ( , !) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. chorus and orchestra, Conductor Eugene Goossens27-05-1926
London
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB934
2-022037
(CR375)
1
RussianBass with Orchestra
Farewell of Boris - Farewell, my son ( - , ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Eugene Goossens27-5-1926
London
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB934
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Eugene GoossensLa Voce del Padrone
2-022054
(CR 2134)
1▲
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - Ah, I am Suffocating ( - , ! ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. chorus and orchestra, Conductor Vincenzo Bellezza04-07-1928
Covent Garden Opera House, London
Gramola (pasteover)DB1182
2-054535
(CR 2138)
1▲
Russian, ItalianChorus and Orchestra
Come, let us vote ( - ) (Su bojardi, incominciam!) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Chorus and Orchestra, Conductor Vincenzo Bellezza04-07-1928
Covent Garden Opera House, London
Gramola (pasteover)DB1182
DB 3464
(CR 2142)
1
RussianBass with Orchestra
Prayer Of Boris - Oh my god! ( - ! !) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. chorus and orchestra, Conductor Vincenzo Bellezza04-07-1928
Covent Garden Opera House, London
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 3464
DB 3464
(CR 2143)
1
RussianBass with Orchestra and Chorus
The death of Boris - The bell! The passing bell ( , !) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. chorus and orchestra, Conductor Vincenzo Bellezza04-07-1928
Covent Garden Opera House, London
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 3464
020553
(z4997f)
RussianOrchestra
A Night on the Bare Mountain ( ), fantasia (Modest Moussorgsky)
Symphony Orchestra03-05-1911
London
Monarch (Cupid)
Gramplasttrest and successors
3132
RussianSoprano with Orchestra
Marfas song - The maiden wandered over the meadows ( - - ) (Opera Khovanshchina, act 3) (Modest Moussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Maria Maksakova, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1935
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 457
5629
RussianBass with Orchestra
Pimens monologue - Yet one more tale, the last ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Vladimir Kastorsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Daniil Pokhitonov1937
Leningrad
Aprelevka Plant 1476
5630
RussianBass with Orchestra
Pimens monologue - Yet one more tale, the last ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Vladimir Kastorsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Daniil Pokhitonov1937
Leningrad
Aprelevka Plant 1476
 1476
06881
RussianOrchestra
A Night on the Bare Mountain ( ()), fantasia (Modest Moussorgsky)
Leningrad Philarmony Orchestra, Conductor Carl Eliasberg1938
Leningrad
Leningrad Plant 1948
06882
RussianOrchestra
A Night on the Bare Mountain ( ()), fantasia (Modest Moussorgsky)
Leningrad Philarmony Orchestra, Conductor Carl Eliasberg1938
Leningrad
Leningrad Plant 1948
06883
RussianOrchestra
A Night on the Bare Mountain (end) ( ()), fantasia (Modest Moussorgsky)
Leningrad Philarmony Orchestra, Conductor Carl Eliasberg1938
Leningrad
Noginsk Plant 1948
7183
German, RussianBass-Baritone with Piano
Mephistopheles song of the flea - Once there was a king ( - - ) (Modest Moussorgsky, translator Alexander Strugovshchikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Poem Faust)
Anatoly Dolivo, acc. Maria Mirzoeva (piano)1938
Moscow
Noginsk Plant-0812
7184
German, RussianBass-Baritone with Piano
Hopak (), song (Modest Petrovich Moussorgsky, lyrics by Taras Grigorievich Shevchenko, translator Lev Alexandrovich May)
Anatoly Dolivo, acc. Maria Mirzoeva (piano)1938
Moscow
Noginsk Plant-0813
8446
RussianBass with Piano
A Goat (), comic song (Modest Mussorgsky)
Georgy Abramov, acc. Vladimir Schreibman (piano)1939
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 1862
8447
RussianBass with Piano
A Feast; Savvichna My Light () ; ) ), comic song (Modest Mussorgsky, lyrics by Alexey Koltsov; Modest Mussorgsky)
Georgy Abramov, acc. Vladimir Schreibman (piano)1939
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 1863
08477
RussianBass with Orchestra
Mephistopheles song of the flea - Once there was a king ( - - ) (Modest Moussorgsky, translator Alexander Strugovshchikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Poem Faust)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Eugene Goossens20-05-1926
London
Noginsk Plant 0959
013484
RussianBass with Chorus and Orchestra
The death of Boris - The bell! The passing bell[ ( , !) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. chorus and orchestra, Conductor Eugene GoossensAprelevka Plant 113
Homokord
4-8959
(M 415)
D 1
GermanBass with orchestra
Pimens tale- Once at eve (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Michael Gitowsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Felix GuntherBerlinHomocord
4-8959
(M 416)
D
GermanBass with orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Michael Gitowsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Felix GuntherBerlinHomocord
Lenmuztrust
4-127 
(872)
RussianBass with piano
Flea (), song (Modest Petrovich Moussorgsky)
Pavel Maksimovich Zhuravlenko, acc. Sofya Osipovna Davydova (piano)1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrest (score)127
 1607
MusTrust (electric process)
1906
RussianViolin with Piano
Hopak (), solo piece (Opera Sorochinsky Fair, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Boris Sibor)
Boris Sibor, acc. piano1931
Moscow
MusTrust USSR (el)
Opera Disc
76441
(2492½c)
2
RussianBass with Chorus and Orchestra
Farewell of Boris - Farewell, my son ( - , ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra15-10-1911
St.-Petersburg
Opera Disc
Parlophon
P. 1775-I
(2-6715)
RussianOrchestra
Fantasie I ( I) (Opera Boris Godunov) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Conductor Edith Lorand26-02-1924
Berlin
Parlophon (Carl Lindström I)P. 1775
SW 6
(XE 6930)
RussianTenor with piano
a) Forgoten one; b) Svetik Savishna () ; ) ), song (Modest Moussorgsky, lyrics by Arseny Golenistchev-Koutouzov (1a))
Vladimir Rosing, acc. Myers Foggin (piano)Parlophon (England, blue)SW 6
SW 6
(XE 6934)
RussianTenor with piano
The goat (), song (Modest Moussorgsky)
Vladimir Rosing, acc. Myers Foggin (piano)Parlophon (England, blue)SW 6
Polydor-Vox
566.533 B
(PO3-5752)
RussianBass with Orchestra
Varlaams song - In the town of Kazan ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Pavel Zhuravlenkov, acc. Orchestra of the Leningrad GOTOB, Conductor Boris Khaikin1937
Leningrad
Polydor-Vox566.533
566.533 A
(PO4-8236)
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexandr Pirogov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1939
Moscow
Polydor-Vox566.533
Telefunken
E 1934
(021173)
German
Tief in Gedanken - Frei und ledig aller Fesseln (Opera Boris Godunov) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Chorus of the Hamburg State Opera, acc. orchestra, Conductor Eugen Jochum, Max Thurn04-03-1936
Hamburg
TelefunkenE 1934
Victor
14517-B
(2B 577)
3
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. London Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Max Steiman06-06-1931
London, Small Kingsway Hall
Victor (red seal)14517
14517-A
(2B 578)
2
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - Ah, I am Suffocating ( - , ! ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. London Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Max Steiman06-06-1931
London, Small Kingsway Hall
Victor (red seal)14517
14901-B
(8112)
4
RussianBass with Piano
Mephistopheles song of the flea - Once there was a king ( - - ) (Modest Mussorgsky, translator Alexander Strugovshchikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Poem Faust)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. G.Godzinski (piano)06-02-1936
Tokyo (Japan)
Victor (red seal)14901
RL-7-B
(8112)
4
Russian
Mephistopheles song of the flea ( ) ( , translator Alexander Strugovshchikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Poem Faust)
, acc. . ()6-02-1936
()
Victor Record Lovers Society[HL 77, 14901]
67816-A
(B-17301)
2
RussianSoprano with orchestra
Gopak (), song (Modest Penrovitch Moussorgsky)
Nina Dimitrieff, acc. orchestra, Conductor Walter B. Roger14-03-1916
Camden, New Jersey
Victor (batwing, black)
87349
(B-26100)
2
RussianBass with orchestra
Varlaams song - In the town of Kazan ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Josef Pasternak30-01-1922
Camden, New Jersey
Victrola (batwing)
1237-A
(BVE-26100)
4
RussianBass with Orchestra
Varlaams song - In the town of Kazan ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Rosario Bourdon16-03-1927
Camden, New Jersey
Victor (scroll, red)1237
88644
(Cc 549)
1
RussianBass with Orchestra
Mephistopheles song of the flea - Once there was a king ( - - ) (Modest Mussorgsky, translator Alexander Strugovshchikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Poem Faust)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Percy Pitt10-10-1921
Hayes
Victrola (batwing)
11-8250-B
(CS 07136)
1
English, RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Shalkovitys aria - The Strelets camp is sleeping ( - ) (Opera Khovanshchina, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Igor Gorin, acc. Victor Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Charles O'Conell08-06-1942Victor (red seal)11-8250
4099-A
RussianBass with Orchestra
Dositheuss monologue- Came the time of gloom and soul doom ( - ) (Opera Khovanchina, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Vladimir Shushlin, acc. orchestra1928
Harbin
Victrola (scroll)4099
6061 A
RussianBass with Orchestra
Trepak (), scene (Cycle Songs and Dances of Death) (Modest Musorgsky)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor [ru] 12-10-1921
[ru]
Victrola (batwing)6061
6455 A
RussianBass with Orchestra
Farewell of Boris - Farewell, my son ( - , ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor . 30-01-1922
-
Victrola (batwing)6455
6455 B
RussianBass with Chorus and Orchestra
The death of Boris - The bell! The passing bell ( , !) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. chorus and orchestra, Conductor Eugene Goossens02-07-1923
[ru]
Victrola (batwing)6455
64478
Russian
Chant Juif, folk song (Moussorgsky)
Sophie BraslauVictor (batwing, red)
11-9285-B
RussianTerzet with orchestra
Come now, comrades, fill up your glasses ( - , ?) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Kipnis [bass]; Anna Lskaya [soprani]; Ilya Tamarin [tenor], acc. RCA Victor orchestra, Conductor Nicolai BerezovskyRCA Victor (red seal)11-9285
[M 1073]
Vocalion
B-3009
(01714)
RussianTenor
The Orphan () (Moussorgsky)
Vladimir RosingLondonVocalionB-3009
A-0223
(01755)
RussianTenor
Field-Marshall Death ( ) (Cycle Songs and Dances of Death) (Modest Musorgsky)
Vladimir Rosing, acc. orchestraLondonVocalionA-0223
A-0139
(01937)
RussianTenor
The Star / Savishna ( , / ) (Moussorgsky)
Vladimir RosingLondonVocalionA-0139
B-3011
(01943)
RussianTenor
Ballad () (Moussorgsky)
Vladimir RosingLondonVocalionB-3011
B-3105
(01962)
RussianTenor
Yeremoushkas Cradle Song ( ) (Moussorgsky)
Vladimir RosingLondonVocalionB-3105
A-0235
(01968)
RussianTenor with Piano
Deaths Serenade ( ) (Cycle The Death Cycle) (Modest Mussorgsky)
Vladimir RosingLondonVocalionA-0235
A-0235
(01991)
RussianTenor
Trepak () (Cycle Songs and Dances of Death) (Modest Musorgsky)
Vladimir Rosing, acc. Frank Leger (piano)LondonVocalionA-0235
B-3012
(02139)
RussianTenor
Gathering Mushrooms ( ) (Moussorgsky, lyrics by Mey)
Vladimir RosingLondonVocalionB-3012
A 70022
(52021)
RussianTenor
Mephistopheles song of the flea - Once there was a king ( - - ) (Modest Mussorgsky, translator Alexander Strugovshchikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Poem Faust)
Vladimir Rosing, acc. orchestraVocalion70022
Zonophone
X-2-62292
(1320ab)
RussianBaritone
The seminarist () (Moussorgsky)
F.A.Galetzky3-7-1909
Wilna
Zonophone (Gramophone)
 
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