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TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
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Gramplasttrest and successors
16916
RussianBass with piano
Song of the drunken ( ) (Comedy Much Ado About Nothing) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by William Shakespeare, P.Antokolsky [Russian translation])
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Lev Efimovich Octrin (piano)1949
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-291
17420
RussianBass with piano
Do not be severe, from "Persian songs ( , " ) (Anton Grigorjevich Rubinstein)
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Lev Efimovich Octrin (piano)1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant-695
17421
RussianBass with piano
a) I rozan plaintively said b) One who wants to live easily from "Persian songs" () ) , " ") (Anton Grigorjevich Rubinstein)
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Lev Efimovich Octrin (piano)1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant-696
18404
RussianBass with piano
Ive Wanted in a Single Word ( ), romance (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Heinrich Heine, translator Lev Alexandrovich May)
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Lev Efimovich Octrin (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-666
18405
RussianBass with piano
Amidst the Noise of a Ball ( ), romance (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Alexey Tolstoy)
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Lev Efimovich Octrin (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-667
Local production of the 1950s
22535
UkrainianBass with piano
Im Dizzy at the Sky, song (Vladyslav Zaremba, lyrics by Mikhaylo Petrenko)
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Lev Efimovich Octrin (piano)1953
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Household Appliances Plant (Zhitomir), version 1
Moscow - Moskvoretsky Trust
16916
RussianBass with piano
Song of the drunken ( ) (Comedy Much Ado About Nothing) (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by William Shakespeare, P.Antokolsky [Russian translation])
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Lev Efimovich Octrin (piano)1949
Moscow
Plastics Factory No.1 (fotolabel)
-291
 
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