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Gramplasttrest and successors
14682
RussianVocal duet with instr. nrio
Dashing artillery ( ), film soundtrack (Film At the hour of six p.m. after war) (Tikhon Nikolajevich Khrennikov, lyrics by V. Gusev)
Vladimir Aleksandrovich Nechajev and O.N. Razumovsky, acc. accordion player trio1947KAMA 188/47
15019
Russian
A song () (Film Swineherd and Shepherd) (Tikhon Nikolajevich Khrennikov, lyrics by Victor Gusev)
Efrem Flaks, acc. orchestra, Conductor Victor Knushevitsky1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 396
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
A song () (Film Swineherd and Shepherd) (Tikhon Nikolajevich Khrennikov, lyrics by Victor Gusev)
Leningrad Plant
16037
RussianLyric-dramatic soprano with orchestra
Glashas song ( ) (Film Pig-tender and herdsman) (Tikhon Nikolajevich Khrennikov, lyrics by Viktor Gusev)
Leokadiya Ignatjevna Maslennikovanikova, acc. orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitskiy1948
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 436
KAMA 436/48
16252
Russian
Film "Admiral Nakhimov": Waltz (/ " ": ) (Nikolai Nikolajevich Krjukov)
Soloist's ensemble of State symphony orchestra of USSR, Conductor L.G. Yurjev1948KAMA 609/48
Leningrad - "Mineral" and "Plastmass" Artels
3401
RussianVocal octet with accordion
Dashing artillery ( ), song (Film At the hour of six p.m. after war) (Tikhon Nikolajevich Khrennikov, lyrics by Victor Gusev)
Vocal octet of Red Banner Ensemble of Song and Dance of the Soviet Army, acc. accordion, Conductor Alexander Shilov1949
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 188/47
1669
RussianTenor with orchestra
The last cabman ( ), song (Francis Lemarque, lyrics by Sergei Bolotin (russian text))
Nikolai Nikolajevich Nikitsky, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Petrovich Volovats1957
Artel "Plastmass"
1780-
RussianTenor with orchestra
Mary-Vizon (-), song (M. Edaille, lyrics by B. Verney)
Nikolai Nikolajevich Nikitsky, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Petrovich Volovats1957
Artel "Plastmass"
Local production of the 1950s
3401
RussianVocal octet with accordion
Dashing artillery ( ), song (Film At the hour of six p.m. after war) (Tikhon Nikolajevich Khrennikov, lyrics by Victor Gusev)
Vocal octet of Red Banner Ensemble of Song and Dance of the Soviet Army, acc. accordion, Conductor Alexander Shilov1949
Leningrad
Kiev - Gorkhimpishchepromsoyuz 188/47
1542
RussianFemale vocal with orchestra
Johnny (), song (Richard Stein, arr. Vadim Nikolajevich L'udvikovsky, lyrics by Garold Registan)
Aleksandra Andrejevna Kovalenko, acc. Orchestra of artel's "Plastmass" studio, Conductor Anatoly Badkhen1956
Leningrad
Odessa - 30th October Anniversary Artel[10500]
1672
RussianMale vocal with orchestra
The great thing is rhythm ( - ), song (arr. K. Akimov, lyrics by Viktor Yuzefovich Dragunsky)
Nikolai Nikolajevich Nikitsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Petrovich VolovatsKharkov - "Kharplastmass" Plant (Radnargosp)
1736
RussianTenor with orchestra
Where are you ( ), tango (Ilnitsky, lyrics by Sergei Tsenin)
Nikolai Nikolajevich Nikitsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Anatoly BadchenPiatigorsk - Manufacturing plant
24054
RussianSatirical duet with ensemble
Manechka (), satirical song (Nikita Vladimirovich Bogoslovsky, lyrics by Jakov Grey)
Shurov Aleksandr Izrailevich & Ryrunin Nikolai Nikolajevich, acc. variety quartetOdessa - Kaganovich Rajpromkombinat (theater)
0025379
RussianFemale vocal with orchestra
Johnni (), song (Richard Stein, arr. Vadim Nikolajevich L'udvikovsky, lyrics by Nikolai Dorizo)
Aleksandra Andrejevna Kovalenko, acc. variety orchestra, Conductor Vadim Nikolajevich L'udvikovsky1955
Moscow
Odessa - Kaganovich Rajpromkombinat (theater)
Kaunas - Haberdashery Plant
RussianFemale vocal with orchestra
Johnni (), song (arr. Vadim Nikolajevich L'udvikovsky)
Aleksandra Andrejevna Kovalenko, acc. variety orchestraLyublino - "Metalloplastmass" Factory
26401
RussianMale vocal with orchestra
Serenade, from the play "Don Kichot" (, "-"), song (Tikhon Nikolajevich Khrennikov, lyrics by Pavel Grigorjevich Antokolsky)
Alexei Ivanovich Usmanov, acc. variety orchestra of all-union broadcast, Conductor L.P. PiatigorskyOdessa - Proizvodstvenny Kombinat Upravleniya Torgovli
31977
RussianMale vocal with orchestra
Why and why, from the movie "Story about first love" (, , / " "), song (Andrei Jakovlevich Eshpai, lyrics by Vladimir Petrovich Kotov)
Vladimir KonstantinovichTroshin, acc. variety orchestra, Conductor Vadim Nikolajevich LjudvikovskyAbkhazian Training and Production Enterprise
34010
RussianInsnr. piece
[ru][it]Volare, foxtrot
Instr. sextet, Conductor Viktor Nikolajevich SemionovBaku - Factory of cultural goods
37908
RussianMale vocal with ensemble
The football ( ), song (Arkadij Il'ich Ostrovsky, lyrics by Vladimir Nikolajevich Voinovitch)
Oleg Andrejevich Anofrijev, acc. instr. ensembleTashkent - Kantskultizdeliy Plant
LPs
-00600#1
RussianBariton with variety orchestra
When the heart sings ( ), song (Matvej Isaakovich Blanter, lyrics by Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Kovalenkov)
Vladimir Abramovich Bunchikov, acc. variety orchestra, Conductor Viktor Nikolajevich Knushevitsky1949
Aprelevka Plant ( 78)
#2
RussianBaritone with variety orchestra
Lyrical waltz ( ), song (Evgeni Emmanuilovich Zharkovsky, lyrics by V. Vinnikov and V. Krakht)
-00601#2
RussianBaritone with variety orchestra
The Birds of passage are flying ( ), song (Matvej Isaakovich Blanter, lyrics by Mikhail Vassilievich Isakovsky)
Vladimir Abramovich Bunchikov, acc. variety orchestra, Conductor Viktor Nikolajevich Knushevitsky1949
Aprelevka Plant ( 78)
#1
RussianBaritone with variety orchestra
Melancholy willows ( ), song (Matvej Isaakovich Blanter, lyrics by Aleksandr Aleksejevich Zharov)
Moscow - Experimental workshop ARTS
-8
(-8-3)
Russian
March () (Vadim Nikolajevich Ljudwikovsky)
Instrumental ensembleMoscow - Experimental workshop ARTS
 
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