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TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
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Gramophone Co.
024072
(2659c)
russianduet with orchestra
Is it thou, my Vladimir? ( ) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Alexander D. Alexandrovich (Alexander D. Pokrovsky), Evgenia Zbrueva, acc. orchestra14-10-1913
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Cupid) 024072
022313
(2764c)
russiantenor with grand piano
O child, beneath your window, Op 63 No 6 (, , Op. 63 No 6), romance (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Konstantin Romanov)
Alexander Dormidontovich Alexandrovich (Alexander Dmitrievich Pokrovsky), acc. grand piano30-03-1913
St.-Petersburg
Amour Gramophone
022314
(2765c)
russiantenor with grand piano
Autumn thought ( ), romance (Jules Massenet, lyrics by Paul-Armand Silvestre, translator Alexandra Gorchakova (Santanago))
Alexander Dormidontovich Alexandrovich (Alexander Dmitrievich Pokrovsky), acc. grand piano30-03-1913
St.-Petersburg
Amour Gramophone
022310
(2770)
russian, italiantenor with orchestra
I have lost my Eurydice ( - ) (Opera Orphée , act 3) (Christoph Willibald Glück, lyrics by Ranieri de Calzabigi)
Alexander Dormidontovich Alexandrovich (Alexander Dmitrievich Pokrovsky), acc. orchestra02-04-1913
St.-Petersburg
Amour Gramophone
022311
(2786½c)
russian, italiantenor with orchestra
Where art thou, my love ( - ) (Opera Orphée , act 1) (Christoph Willibald Glück, lyrics by Ranieri de Calzabigi)
Alexander Dormidontovich Alexandrovich (Alexander Dmitrievich Pokrovsky), acc. orchestra05-04-1913
St.-Petersburg
Amour Gramophone
LPs
-015
russian
Opera "Aleko" ( "") (Opera Aleko, act 1) (Sergey Rachmaninov, lyrics by Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Gypsies)
Aleko - Ivan Ivanovich Petrov (baritone); Zemfira - Nina Ivanovna Pokrovskaya (soprano); Young gypsy - Anatoly Orfenov (tenor); Old gypsy (Zemfira's father) - Alexander Pavlovich Ognivtsev (bass); Reading - Ruben Nikolaevich Simonov, acc. Choir and All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra (choir and orchestra), Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-016
russian
Opera "Aleko". Continuation 1 ( "". 1) (Opera Aleko, act 1) (Sergey Rachmaninov, lyrics by Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Gypsies)
Zemfira - Nina Ivanovna Pokrovskaya (soprano); Young gypsy - Anatoly Orfenov (tenor); Reading - Ruben Nikolaevich Simonov, acc. Choir and All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra (choir and orchestra), Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-017
russian
Opera "Aleko". Continuation 2 ( "". 2) (Opera Aleko, act 1) (Sergey Rachmaninov, lyrics by Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Gypsies)
Aleko - Ivan Ivanovich Petrov (baritone); Zemfira - Nina Ivanovna Pokrovskaya (soprano); Young gypsy - Anatoly Orfenov (tenor); Reading - Ruben Nikolaevich Simonov, acc. Choir and All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra (choir and orchestra), Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-018
russian
Opera "Aleko". End. ( "", ) (Opera Aleko, act 1) (Sergey Rachmaninov, lyrics by Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Gypsies)
Aleko - Ivan Ivanovich Petrov (baritone); Zemfira - Nina Ivanovna Pokrovskaya (soprano); Young gypsy - Anatoly Orfenov (tenor); Old gypsy (Zemfira's father) - Alexander Pavlovich Ognivtsev (bass); Bronislava Yakovlevna Zlatogorova (Old Gypsy); Reading - Ruben Nikolaevich Simonov, acc. Choir and All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra (choir and orchestra), Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-021
french, russian
Opera "Faust", Introduction, 1 act ( "", , 1 ) (Opera Faust, act 1) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, translator Pyotr Kalashnikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-022
french, russian
Opera "Faust", 1 act (end) 2 act ( "", 1 (), 2 ) (Opera Faust, act 1) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, translator Pyotr Kalashnikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-023
french, russian
Opera "Faust", act 2 (end) ( "", 2 (), 2 ) (Opera Faust, act 2) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, translator Pyotr Kalashnikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-024
french, russian
Opera "Faust", act 3 ( "", 3 ) (Opera Faust, act 3) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, translator Pyotr Kalashnikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-025
french, russian
Opera "Faust", act 3 ( cont.) ( "", 3 ()) (Opera Faust, act 3) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, translator Pyotr Kalashnikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-026
french, russian
Opera "Faust", act 3 ( end.), 4 act ( "", 3 (), 4 ) (Opera Faust, act 3) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, translator Pyotr Kalashnikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-027
french, russian
Opera "Faust", act 4 ( cont.) ( "", 4 ()) (Opera Faust, act 4) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, translator Pyotr Kalashnikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-028
french, russian
Opera "Faust", act 4 ( end.) ( "", 4 ()) (Opera Faust, act 3) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, translator Pyotr Kalashnikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-057
italian, russian
Opera "La Traviata" ( "") (Opera La Traviata, act 1) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Ivan Kozlovsky and Elizaveta Shumskaya, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-058
italian, russian
Opera "La Traviata" ( "") (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Ivan Kozlovsky and Elizaveta Shumskaya, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-059
italian, russian
Opera "La Traviata" ( "") (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), Nina Alekseevna Nelina (Ninel Amsheevna Nurenberg) (Annina), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-060
italian, russian
Opera "La Traviata" ( "") (Opera La Traviata, act 3) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Ivan Semenovich Kozlovsky (Alfred), Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), Konstantin Nikolaevich Teryokhin (Doctor), Nina Alekseevna Nelina (Ninel Amsheevna Nurenberg) (Annina), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-061
italian, russian
Opera "La Traviata" ( "") (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Ivan Semenovich Kozlovsky (Alfred), Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), Konstantin Nikolaevich Teryokhin (Doctor), Nina Alekseevna Nelina (Ninel Amsheevna Nurenberg) (Annina), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-062
italian, russian
Opera "La Traviata" ( "") (Opera La Traviata, act 4) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Ivan Semenovich Kozlovsky (Alfred), Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), Konstantin Nikolaevich Teryokhin (Doctor), Nina Alekseevna Nelina (Ninel Amsheevna Nurenberg) (Annina), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-00107
russian, frenchtenor with orchestra
Fausts cavatina All hail, thou dwelling pure and lowry ( , ) (cavatine de Faust Salut, demeure chaste et pure) (opera Faust, act 3) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, translator Pyotr Kalashnikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: tragedy Faust)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, Conductor Vasily Nebolsin1950
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 78)
-00108#1
french, russiantenor with orchestra
Le rêve - En fermant les yeux ( - ) (Opera Manon, act 2) (Jules Massenet)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Shamilevich Melik-Pashayev19
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 78)
#2
french, russiantenor with orchestra
Lyonels aria, in Russian ( (" , ")) (Opera Martha, or The market at Richmond, act 3) (Friedrich von Flotow, lyrics by Friedrich Wilhelm Riese)
-391
russiansymphony orchestra
Spanish capriccio ( ), symphony piece (Symphonic poem Spanish capriccio) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Moscow Youth Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Kirill Kondrashin1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
-392
russianpiano with symphony orchestra
Concerto for piano and orchestra, op. 30 ( , . 30), symphony piece (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Svyatoslav Teofilovich Richter, acc. Moscow Youth Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Kirill Kondrashin1950
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 33)
 
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