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Almost detective story of New Imperial Record (   New Imperial Record) (bernikov)
Almost detective story of New ...
Yuri Bernikov

 

Don Cossack Chorus of Serge Jaroff (    ) (bernikov)
Don Cossack Chorus of Serge ...
Yuri Bernikov

 

The Chronicles of V.I. Rebikoff and Co. Label in Russia 1903  1906 (      ..  º 1903  1906) (bernikov)
The Chronicles of V.I. Rebikoff ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The Chronicle of the American phonograph Company COLUMBIA in Russia 1903  1911. (In Russian) (       ߻ 1903  1911) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of the American ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The Chronicles of ZWUKOPIS Label in Russia 1910  1916 (      ܻ 1910  1916) (bernikov)
The Chronicles of ZWUKOPIS ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The Chronicle of the phonograph Company GNOM CONCERT RECORD in Russia 1911  1912. (In Russian) (      --Ļ 1911  1912) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of the phonograph ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The Chronicle of the phonograph Company SPHINX RECORD in Russia 1914  1915. (       Ļ 1914  1915) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of the phonograph ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

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

 

The Chronicle of the phonograph Company SYRENA RECORD in Russia 1910  1916 (In Russian) (      -Ļ 1910  1918) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of the phonograph ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

The Chronicle of the phonograph Company EXTRAPHONE  in Russia 1910  1917 (In Russian) (      ͻ 1910  1917) (bernikov)
The Chronicle of the phonograph ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

A Complete Numerical Catalogue of Russian Gramophone Recordings made from 1899 to 1929 in Russia and elsewhere (     ,   1899  1929     ) (bernikov)
A Complete Numerical Catalogue ...
Alan Kelly

 

The story of the beginning of Gramophone Company in Russia. (     .) (bernikov)
The story of the beginning of ...
Alan Kelly

 

Interpretation in the Art of Singing - Part I (    -  I) (bernikov)
Interpretation in the Art of ...
Vladimir Rosing

 

The Jubilee of Aprelevka ( ) (bernikov)
The Jubilee of Aprelevka ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

100 years of Russian Columbia (100   ) (bernikov)
100 years of Russian Columbia ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

The Record of Syrena ( ) (bernikov)
The Record of Syrena ( ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

The failure of engineer Rebikoff (  ) (bernikov)
The failure of engineer Rebikoff ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

Alexander Tikhonov. "The Hits" Of The Epoch Of War Communism ( . ""   ) (bernikov)
Alexander Tikhonov. "The ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

The first Russian producer and sound engineer (    ) (bernikov)
The first Russian producer and ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

Norbert Rodkinson - evil genius of Gramophone or Russian Odyssey of Norbert Rodkinson (In Russian) (  -        ) (Tikhon)
Norbert Rodkinson - evil genius ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

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 ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

Gramophone reforms of Albert Lack (In Russian) (    ) (Tikhon)
Gramophone reforms of Albert ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

Dr.Howard S.Friedman. Matrix and Catalog Numbers in G&S Discography (Howard)
Dr.Howard S.Friedman. Matrix and ...
Howard Friedman

 

The Collectors Guide to Gramophone Company Record Labels 1898 - 1925 (      "" 1898-1925) (bernikov)
The Collectors Guide to ...
Howard Friedman

 

Stinson: russian 10" series, black labels ( "" 10-   Stinson) (mgj)
Stinson: russian 10" ...
Mike G. Jurkevich

 

Magazine "Sun of Russia", July 1915 ( " ",  1915 .) (oleg)
Magazine "Sun of ...
Other

 

3 CD ( IV)   "  " - 1993.  Pavilion Records (). (horseman)
3 CD ( IV) ...
CDs and DVDs

 

Finding Dzhulynka (  ) (bernikov)
Finding Dzhulynka ( ...
CDs and DVDs

 

Oscar Kamionsky (  ) (bernikov)
Oscar Kamionsky ( ...
Portrait Gallery

 

Nikolai Georgievich Procofieff de Seversky (  ) (bernikov)
Nikolai Georgievich Procofieff ...
Portrait Gallery

 

Evgeny Aleksandrovich Tolstov (  ) (Modzele)
Evgeny Aleksandrovich Tolstov ...
Portrait Gallery

 

Alexander Vyacheslavovich Shilov (  ) (Modzele)
Alexander Vyacheslavovich Shilov ...
Portrait Gallery

 

Vladimir Aleksandrovich Aleksandrov (1910-78) (   (1910-1978)) (Modzele)
Vladimir Aleksandrovich ...
Portrait Gallery

 

Leonid Mikhailovich Kharitonov (1933-2017) (   (1933-2017)) (Modzele)
Leonid Mikhailovich Kharitonov ...
Portrait Gallery

 

Vadim Lvovich Ruslanov (1926-1996) (   (1926-1996)) (Modzele)
Vadim Lvovich Ruslanov ...
Portrait Gallery

 

Ivan Semenovich Bukreev (1924-1998) (   (1924-1998)) (Modzele)
Ivan Semenovich Bukreev ...
Portrait Gallery

 

Boris Stepanovich Feoktistov (1911-1990) (   (1911-1990)) (Modzele)
Boris Stepanovich Feoktistov ...
Portrait Gallery

 

Viktor Fedorovich Gridin (1943-1998) ( Ը  (1943-1998)) (Modzele)
Viktor Fedorovich Gridin ...
Portrait Gallery

 

Konstantin Grigorievich Gerasimov (  ) (Modzele)
Konstantin Grigorievich ...
Portrait Gallery

 

The History Of Recordings In Russia/Catalogue Of Vocal Recordings Of Russian Department of "The Gramophone Company" (bernikov)
The History Of Recordings In ...
Books

 

Voices Of The Past, volume 11 (bernikov)
Voices Of The Past, volume 11
Books

 

Choral Performance in Pre-Revolutionary Russia (max)
Choral Performance in ...
Books

 

Vera Leshchenko - Peter Leshchenko. Tell Me Why?! (  -  . , ?!) (bernikov)
Vera Leshchenko - Peter ...
Books

 

La Plevitskaya. A Gypsy singer in Tsarist Russia and exile (.        ) (bernikov)
La Plevitskaya. A Gypsy singer ...
Books

 

The phenomenon of an early audio record in the history of Russia early in the XX-th century. P. Gruenberg (       XX .  ..) (An)
The phenomenon of an early audio ...
Books

 

Yiddish Songs from the repertoire of Michail Epelbaum (     ) (bernikov)
Yiddish Songs from the ...
Books

 

Bandstand of Russia. XX century. Lexicon [Text] / Hands. the project otv. Ed. E. D. Uvarova. - Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2000. - 782, [2] p. : ill. ; 26 centimeters ( . XX .  [] / .  . . . . . -  : , 2000. - 782, [2] . : . ; 26 ) (Belyaev)
Bandstand of Russia. XX century. ...
Books

 

Victor Filimonov. With songs and dances in cities and countries ( .        ) (Modzele)
Victor Filimonov. With songs and ...
Books

 

The snow has swept you up, Russia (  , ) (bernikov)
The snow has swept you up, ...
RCA De Luxe Recording Disc

 

 
Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Artistotipia
21349
(5639 )
Russian
Humn of free Russia ( ), anthem (Alexander Grechaninov, lyrics by Konstantin Balmont)
Fedor Gavrilovic Oreshkevich, acc. orchestra1917
Kiev
Artistotipia (portrait)
Beka-Record
40666
YiddishBaritone with Violin
A letter from Russia, song
Ruben Doctor, acc. violin~06...07-1907
London
Beka-Grand-Plastinka (blue)
45652
Russianmezzo-soprano with piano
There died a poor man ( ), song (lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Nadezhda Plevitskaya, acc. Alexander Zarema (piano)12-1909
Moscow
Beka-Grand-Plastinka (red)
Bettini Cylinders
D'Aquin 11
American, FrenchFlute with Piano
Rossignol Polka, solo piece
Gustave D'Aquin, acc. piano1898
New York, US
Bettini Cylinders
Lardinois 45
French, BelgianSoprano with Piano
Couplets Des Dindons, operetta (Operette La Mascotte) (Edmond Audran, lyrics by Henri Chivot, Alfred Duru)
Blanche Arral (Clara Lardinois), acc. piano1898
New York, US.
Bettini Cylinders
Columbia Record
P 12
(39534)
1
Russianorchestra
Lord God, protect the Czar! (, ), anthem (Alexey F. Lvov)
Columbia military band10-08-1914
New York
Columbia RecordP 12
E3940
(84407)
1
RussianRussian Hymn
Hymn of the Free Russia ( ), anthem
Russian Cathedral Quartette, acc. balalaika orchestra, Solo by N.A. Antonov, M.P. Bataev, N.G. Vasilevsky, P.P. Prokofev06-1918
New York
Columbia (Gold Band)E3940
3003-F
(105280)
Finnish, Russiantenor with orchestra
Free Russia ( ) (Vapaa Venäjä), march (Vasily Agapkin, lyrics by E. Rautiainen (?))
Otto Pyykkonen, acc. orchestra~11-1924
New York
Columbia (Flag)3003-F
Columbia (Viva-Tonal, USA)
38273
(CO 35372)
1
RussianOrchestra
1. Gopak 2. Not for Me the Stping Will Come; 3. I Remember; 4. Russian Sailors Dance (1. ; 2. ; 3. , ; 4. , ), medley
Marek Weber and his Orchestra, Conductor Marek Weber10-1945
New York
Columbia (microphone)C 168-7
52357
(WM11)
Russian
The snow has swept you up, Russia ( , ), song
Isa Kremer, acc. pianoColumbia (European)DC44
Extraphone
20883
RussianFolk Chorus
Go away (, ), romance (S.Radomsky)
Folk Chorus "Russia", acc. piano, Conductor Semen Sadovnikov, Solo by N.I.AdelfiyskayaExtraphone (green)
20884
RussianFolk Chorus
You appeared like a dream ( , ), romance (Jakov F. Prigozhiy)
Folk Chorus "Russia", acc. piano, Conductor Semen SadovnikovExtraphone (green)
Favorite Record
1-76036
RussianContralto
, (lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
..Favorite Record (Catalog of 1910)
Gnom Concert Record
18088
Russian
There died a poor man ( ), folk song (lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Ivan Bobrov, acc. accordion orchestraGnom Concert Record (Yellow label)
Russian
There died a poor man ( ) (lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Gnom Concert Record (A.I.Zhelezny catalog)
Gramophone Co.
022028
(118y)
RussianTenor with Piano
From a dark grove ( , ), song (Alexander L. Gurilev)
David Yuzhin, acc. piano1903
Moscow
Monarch (Angel)
22087
(239z)
Russian, FrenchTenor with Piano
Flower Song ( ) (Air de le fleur - La fleur que tu mavais jetée) (Opera Carmen, act 2) (Georges Bizet)
Lev. M. Klementyev, acc. piano1902
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Angel)
Lev Klementyev, acc. piano
22523
(270G)
RussianTenor with Piano
Lenskys aria - Whither, whither have you gone ( - , ) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Leonid Sobinov, acc. P. P. Gross (piano)06-1901
Moscow
E.Berliner Gramophone
 22523
22565
(387x)
RussianBaritone with Piano
Onegins aria - Should I decide on domesticity ( - ) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Nikolay Shevelev, acc. piano1901
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Angel)
22566
(399x)
RussianBaritone with Piano
The first Demons romance - Do not weep, child ( - , ) (Opera The Demon, act 2) (Anton G. Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Nikolay A. Shevelev, acc. piano1901
Moscow
Concert (Angel)
22850
(523x)
Russian, ItalianTenor with Piano
Manricos Aria (Di quella pira) ( (Di quella pira)) (Opera Il Trovatore, act 3) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Salvatore Cammarano, based on: Antonio Garcia Gutiérrez: Drama Il Trovatore)
David Yuzhin, acc. piano01-1902
Moscow
Concert (Angel)
22891
(621x)
RussianBass
Nochenka (Night) (), folk song
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. unaccompanied02-1902
Moscow
Concert (Angel)
29252
(1497B)
RussianWhistling
Waltz () (Opera The Geisha) (Sydney Jones)
M.A.Dotzenko1901
St.-Petersburg
E.Berliner Gramophone
22621
(1581b)
RussianBass-Baritone with Piano
Song of the Golden Calf ( (Le veau dor)) (Opera Faust, act 2) (Charles Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, translator Pyotr Kalashnikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Dmitry Bukhtoyarov, acc. piano1901
St.-Petersburg
E.Berliner Gramophone
22605
(1588B)
French, RussianTenor with Piano
Agnès la jouvencelle () (Opera Fra Diavolo, act 2) (Auber)
Nikolay Figner, acc. piano1901
St.Petersburg
Gramophone Record Red Seal
27903
(1678B)
German, RussianViolin with Piano
I love you (Ich liebe dich) ( ), waltz (Emile Waldteufel)
B.Akimov, acc. A.E.Ivanov (piano)1901
St.Petersburg
E.Berliner Gramophone
23093
(1775B)
½
French, RussianSoprano with Piano
2nd Aria of Queen ( - ) (2nd Air de la Reine - A ce moi tout sanime) (Opera Les Huguenots, act 2) (Giacomo Meyerbeer)
Maria A. Mikhailova, acc. piano1901
St.-Petersburg
E.Berliner Gramophone
52346
(1786G)
ItalianTenor
A furtive tear (Una furtiva lagrima) (Opera Lelisir damore) (Gaetano Donizetti, lyrics by Felice Romani, based on: Augustin Eugene Scribe: Libretto Opera "Love potion")
Enrico Caruso11-04-1902
Milano
Concert (Angel)
52349
(1790G)
ItalianTenor
And the stars were shining (E Lucevan le stelle) (Opera La Tosca) (Giacomo Puccini)
Enrico Caruso11-04-1902
Milano
Concert (Angel)
22751
(1797B)
Polishtenor
Aria Franka (Opera Flis) (Stanislaw Moniuszko)
Wladyslaw Florianski1901
Warsaw
E.Berliner Gramophone
052251
(2735f)
RussianBaritone with Orchestra and Chorus
Cortigiani, vil razza dannata ( - , ) (Opera Rigoletto, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Victor Hugo: Drama The King Amuses Himself)
Titta Ruffo and La Scala Chorus, acc. La Scala Chorus & Orchestra, Conductor Carlo Sabaino (Orchestra), Aristide Venturi (Chorus)24-11-1908
Milan
Monarch (Angel)[DB175]
2-24195
(16774b)
Russian
There died a poor man ( ), soldiers song (Jakov F. Prigozhiy, lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
The 1st Russian Quartette of Siberian Vagabonds of Girnyak and Sham, Conductor Girnyak and Sham11-10-1912
St.-Petersburg
Amour GramophoneP43
224660
(18751b)
RussianChoir and Orchestra
For Russia and for the Tzar ( ), song
Choir of the Petrograd Imperial Opera, acc. Orchestra of the Imperial Mariinsky Theater27-11-1914
Petrograd
Amour Gramophone-2410
Russian
Gramophone (London)
Gramophone Co.
Gramplasttrest and successors
8546
RussianDeclamation
A Village Fair ( ) (Poem Who is Happy in Russia?) (lyrics by Nikolay Nekrasov)
Dmitry Orlov1939
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 1906
8547
RussianDeclamation
A Village Fair (Part II) ( ()) (Poem Who is Happy in Russia?) (lyrics by Nikolay Nekrasov)
Dmitry Orlov1939
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 1907
12913
American, RussianJazz Orchestra
Lyrical Foxtrot ( ) (Film Song of Russia) (Jerome Kern)
Alexander Tsfasman and his Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Tsfasman25-05-1945
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 1288
American, RussianJazz Orchestra
And Russia is her name. Lyrical Foxtrot ( ) (Film Song of Russia) (Jerome Kern, lyrics by E.Y. [Edgar Yipsel] Harburg)
American, RussianJazz Orchestra
Lyrical Foxtrot ( ) (Film Song of Russia) (Jerome Kern)
Leningrad Plant
14168
RussianFolk hoir with Accordion
Song about Russia ( ) (Vladimir Zakharov, lyrics by [ru] , )
M.E. Pyatnitsky Russian Folk Choir, Conductor Petr Kazmin and Vladimir Zakharov1946
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 667
14377
RussianBass with Orchestra
Greeting to Russia (, !), song (Dmitry and Daniil Pokrass, lyrics by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach)
Maxim Mikhailov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Semen Sakharov1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 36
RussianBass with Orchestra
Long Live Russia (, ), song (Dmitry Y. Pokrass, Daniil Y. Pokrass, lyrics by Vasily I. Lebedev-Kumach)
Maxim D. Mikhailov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Semen S. Sacharov1947
-36
15093
RussianTenor with Ensemble
Russia (), song (Anatoly Novikov, lyrics by Sergey Yakovlevich Alymov)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. ensemble of folk instruments, Conductor Sergey Gorchakov1947
Moskow
Aprelevka Plant-457
Leningrad Plant
17884
RussianFolk Choir
Oh, Russia, you, Russia (, , , ), folk song
Voronezh Russian Folk Song Choir, acc. folk instruments orchestra, Conductor Konstantin Massalitinov1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 234
24911
Italian, RussianBariton with Orchestra
In Venice, Op. 21 ( , Op. 21), romance (Georgi Vasilievich Goth, lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Pavel Gerasimovich Lisitsian, acc. All-Union Radio Committee Consert Ensemble, Conductor Leonid Pyatigorskiy1955
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices)
33734
RussianBass and Orchestra
Mother Russia is large ( , ), song (Boris Andreevich Mokrousov, lyrics by Aleksandr Dmitrievich Churkin)
Georgiy Gennadievich Pankov, acc. choir and orchestra1959
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices)
33735
RussianBaritone and orchestra
Russia - my homeland ( - ), song (Vano Muradeli, lyrics by Vladimir Kharitonov)
Evgeny Gavrilovich Kibkalo, acc. choir and orchestra1959
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices)
Homokord
4302
(2278)
RussianTenor with Piano
In Venice ( ), romance (Georgi Vasilievich Goth, lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Nikolay Bolshakov (Arkadev), acc. piano10-06-1908
St.-Petersburg
Homokord (russian)[F10S]
Kismet Record
A-117
(DK-410)
RussianMezzo-Soprano with
Song of Russia ( ) (J.Strimer, lyrics by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach)
Nina Tarasova, acc. orchestraKismet (treble clef, red)117
LEF (1st numbering)
1763#2
RussianReader
Fragment (Russia - Troika) ( ( - )), scene (Poem The Dead Souls) (lyrics by Nikolay Gogol')
Anton Shvarts1938
Leningrad
LEF (1st numbering, own labels) 2457
Leningrad - "Mineral" and "Plastmass" Artels
195
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Russia (), song ([ru] [ru]Nina Illyutovich, lyrics by Olga Fadeeva)
Leonid Kostritsa, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Minkh1948
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 102
266
RussianBaritone with ensemble
My Russia ( ), song (G. Favilovich, lyrics by Nikolay Gleyzarov)
Leonid Kostritsa, acc. studio ensemble, Conductor Mikhail Vetrov1948
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 63
1896
RussianBass-Baritone with Orchestra
Fields of Russia ( ), song (Film An Accident with Gefreiter Kochetkov) (Vano Muradeli, lyrics by Alexander Kovalenkov)
Petr Kirichek, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Anatoly Badkhen1958
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass"
Local production of the 1950s
266
RussianBaritone with ensemble
My Russia ( ), song (G. Favilovich, lyrics by Nikolay Gleyzarov)
Leonid Kostritsa, acc. studio ensemble, Conductor Mikhail Vetrov1948
Leningrad
Kharkov - Kaganovich Rajpromkombinat
Lyrophon
468
(Rss 468)
Russian
There died a poor man (, ), folk song (Y.F.Prigozhy, lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Russian folk chourus, acc. v.s.varshavsky, Solo by MironovLyrophon (black)
Moscow - All-Union Radio Committee Studio
14168
RussianFolk hoir with Accordion
Song about Russia ( ) (Vladimir Zakharov)
M.E. Pyatnitsky Russian Folk Choir, Conductor Petr Kazmin and Vladimir Zakharov1946
Moscow
FZZ (GPT numbering) 667
Standard Program Library
T-177
(042251)
Gypsy, Russianorchestra
Maxim Sobolewsky and his Russian Gypsy orchestra ( )
Russian Gypsy orchestra, Conductor Maxim SobolewskyHollywoodStandard Program LibraryT-177
Odeon-Record
15013-A
(RO 782)
UkrainianRussian Band
Ruthenian March (Ivanovich)
Military bandOdeon-Record[10018B]
A 207500 a
(Ro 1157)
Russianmezzo-soprano with piano
The snow has swept you up, Russia ( , ), song
Nadezhda V. Plevitskaya, Conductor piano24-04-1928
Berlin
Odeon-RecordA 207500
15013-B
(VE65R)
UkrainianRussian Band
Ukrainian March (Timolsky)
Military bandOdeon-Record[10004B]
15052-A
RussianRussian Chorus
The oak cudgel (), folk song
Russian Folk Chorus of Varshavsky, Conductor Vasily VarshavskyOdeon-Record15052
15052-B
RussianRussian Chorus
The charming eyes ( ), folk song
Russian Folk Chorus of Varshavsky, Conductor Vasily VarshavskyOdeon-Record15052
Okeh
15086
(W 400870)
B
Lemko, RussianQuartet with orchestra
Its the time for Russia! (, !), anthem
Anna Dran, Eva Tzurik, A. Galkovich, P. Popov, acc. orchestra14-07-1928
New York
Okeh (electric, orange)15086
Recorded Sound Ltd
RSL 909
Russian, English, NeapolitanInstrumental Sextet
1. Karapyet, 2. Neapolitan Tarantella (1. , 2. ), folk dance
Folk Dance Sextet, acc. instrumental sextet~1949...1953
London
Recorded Sound Ltd
Parlophon
B. 23055-II
(86213)
Russian
The snow has swept you up, Russia ( , ), song
G. Laupman, acc. mandolin quintet, Conductor KirillovParlophon (Germany, red)B. 23055
Pathé Record
29057
(8242)
C
HebrewCantor singing with choir
Let our entreaty would reach to You (Wesseorew lefonecho)
Cantor Gershon Sirota, acc. choirRussiaEtched Labels é
29051
(8243)
C
HebrewCantor singing
The righteous person is blooming as palm (Zadik katomor)
Cantor Gershon SirotaRussiaEtched Labels é
29060
(8309)
C
HebrewCantor singing
Between He and Israeli sons (Bni uben bni)
Cantor Gershon SirotaRussiaEtched Labels é
29056
(8332)
C
HebrewCantor singing
Let keeping of Israeli sons (Weschomru)
Cantor Gershon SirotaRussiaEtched Labels é
29055
(8333)
C
HebrewCantor singing
The merciful Heavens, create the good (Aw horachmim)
Cantor Gershon SirotaRussiaEtched Labels é
29054
(8407)
HebrewCantor singing
I like that I was heard by the Almighty God (Ohawti ki uschma)
Cantor Gershon SirotaRussiaEtched Labels é
29058
(10019)
BC
HebrewCantor singing with choir
Want it, the Almighty God (Rzei)
Cantor Gershon Sirota, acc. choirRussiaEtched Labels é
6582
(17642)
BC
Russian, French
The Cadets of Russia ( ) (Les Cadets de Russie), march (Adolphe Sellenick)
OrchestraEtched Labels é
29061
(18181)
BC
HebrewCantor singing
Tree of life (Eitz chaim)
Cantor Gershon SirotaRussiaEtched Labels é
29050
(23943)
R
HebrewCantor singing
Dear my son Ephraim (Haben iakir li)
Cantor Gershon SirotaRussiaEtched Labels é
29053
(41191)
G
HebrewCantor singing
From your place he would appeal (Mimkoimoi)
Cantor Gershon SirotaRussiaEtched Labels é
290532
(41193)
GR
HebrewCantor singing
A devil is banishing in front of us and behind of us (Whosser soton)
Cantor Gershon SirotaRussiaEtched Labels é
26723
(52662)
GR
RussianMezzo-Soprano with Piano
There died a poor man (, ), song (Y.F.Prigozhy, lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Nadezhda Vassilievna Plevitskaya, acc. pianoEtched Labels é
54069
Ukrainian, Little RussianBass with Orchestra
1) Stormy Breezes, 2) My neighbours house is white (1) i i, i i, 2) ), folk songs (Nikolay Lysenko, arr. Alois Jedliczka)
Adamo DidurPathé Frères Phonograph Co.
29059
(68248)
RA
HebrewCantor singing with choir
From your place, Our Tsar (Mimkoimcho malkeinu)
Cantor Gershon Sirota, acc. choirRussiaEtched Labels é
23223
(68515)
RA
RussianMixed Choir with piano
Six hundred and six miles per hour ( ), song
Choir "Russia", acc. piano, Conductor Glofau and SadovnikovEtched Labels é
23229
(70856)
RA
RussianRussian chorus with piano
In a garden or in a little garden ( - ), folk song
Choir "Russia", acc. piano, Conductor Glofau and SadovnikovEtched Labels é
23795
(85457)
ER
HebrewCantor singing with choir
Blessing on Saturday (Kidusch lschabos)
J.O. Jacobson, acc. choirRussiaEtched Labels é
23794
(85465)
ER
HebrewCantor singing with choir
It would put down with new year (Brosch haschono)
Cantor J.O. Jacobson, acc. choirRussiaEtched Labels é
Polydor
B 51565
(1702)
RussianBalalaika Orchestra
Souvenir of Russia, p.I ( , .I), medley (arr. Michailowsky)
Balalaika OrchestraPolydor (electric processing)22839
B 51566
(1702)
RussianBalalaika Orchestra
Souvenir of Russia, p.II ( , .II), medley (arr. Michailowsky)
Balalaika OrchestraPolydor (electric processing)22839
Popular
P-546
(279)
Japanese, Serbianmilitary band
Anthems of the Allies: Japan, Serbia, Russia (1. Yoshiisa Oku, Akimori Hayashi, Franz von Eckert. 2. Davorin (Martin) Jenko. 3. Alexey F. Lvov)
Full Popular military band (The Grammavox military band)~1914Popular
RAOG=Russian Stockholders Company of Grammophone
05
Russian
Great Russia ( ), scene (Leo Isaacovich Chernetzky)
D.A.Bogemsky1914RAOG (golden harp)
15068
Russianmezzo-soprano with piano
There died a poor man ( ), song (lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Nadezhda Plevitskaya, acc. Alexander Zarema (piano)12-1909
Moscow
RAOG (golden harp)3395
Regal (spain)
3898
(W 140713)
Polish, Russianorchestra
Mazurka () (Mazurek) (Henri Wieniawski)
Russian national orchestra, Conductor Nicholas Silvestroff23-06-1925
New York
Regal (spain)3898
Saturne
T 803
(1144)
RussianOrchestra
a) The snow has swept you up, Russia; b) Marfusha () , ; ) ) (Mark G. Maryanovsky, arr. René Cloerec)
Orchestre Tzigane Otipep, Conductor René Cloerec, Solo by Pépito Sanchez (Violin Solo)Saturne (French)T 803
Saturne (English)
Russia in Phonograph Records
013
(IA-2277)
RussianChoir
Monotonously rings the little bell ( ), folk song (K. Sidorovich, arr. Alexander Svechnikov, lyrics by Ivan Makarov)
State Russian Folk Choir, Conductor Alexander Svechnikov, Solo by V. V. Butov1943
Moscow
Russia in Phonograph Records
014
(IA-2278)
RussianWoman choir
Oh, I blamed my fate (, ), song (Vladimir Zakharov, lyrics by Mikhail Isakovsky)
M.E. Pyatnitsky State Russian Folk Choir, Conductor Vladimir Zakharov, Petr Kazmin, Solo by Nadezhda Grechukhina1943
Moscow
Russia in Phonograph Records
Russian Art
GM 506 A
(H-565-1)
RussianTrio
Doubt (C), romance (Mikhail Glinka)
Harry Bluestone (Violinist), Joseph Ullstein (Cellist), Max Rabinovich (Pianist)Russian Art
GM 506 B
(H-566-1)
RussianTrio
Dont tempt me ( ), romance (Mikhail Glinka)
Harry Bluestone (Violinist), Joseph Ullstein (Cellist), Max Rabinovich (Pianist)Russian Art
GM 504 B
(H-570-1)
RussianOrchestra
My Star ( ), tango
Misha Bakaleinikoff and his Orchetra, Conductor Misha BakaleinikoffRussian Art
GM 502 B
(H-571-1)
RussianOrchestra
Russian Sleigh Bells (), folk song
Mischa Bakaleinikoff and his Orchetra, Conductor Mischa BakaleinikoffRussian Art
GM 502 A
(H-572-1)
RussianOrchestra
Medley of Russian Songs ( )
Mischa Bakaleinikoff and his Orchetra, Conductor Mischa BakaleinikoffRussian Art
Standard
T-2102-AT-2105-B
Russian, UkrainianChorus
Album T-510 ( T-510)
Russian Master Singers, Conductor Fedor Zarkevich~1945
New York
StandardT-510
Stinson Records
6307-A9314-B
Russian
Stinson set S-215 "Soviet songs from Soviet films" ( Stinson S-215 "Soviet songs from Soviet films")
1938...1941Stinson (black with a man)S-215
6309-A
RussianChorus with Orchestra
Song of the Fatherland ( ), film soundtrack (Film One Day in Soviet Russia)
Moscow Military Chorus, acc. orchestra, Solo by Petr KirichekStinson (black with a man)
Syrena Record
100b
Russian
Great Russia ( ), speech
100
1425
Spanishorchestra
Spanish Waltz
London Orchestra "Syrena-Record"~1913
London
Syrena Grand Record147
1430
Austrianorchestra
Gold and Silver Waltz (Franz Lehàr)
London Orchestra "Syrena-Record"~1913
London
Syrena Grand Record147
2002
RussianInstrumental Quartet
ve Maria ( ), chamber piece (Charles Gounod)
String Quartet "St.George", Conductor A.Dashkevich06-1912...09-1912
Wilna
2010
RussianInstrumental Quartet
Solveigs song ( ), chamber piece (Suite Peer Gynt) (Edvard Grieg)
String Quartet "St.George", Conductor A.Dashkevich06-1912...09-1912
Wilna
9256
Russian
Untimely Death ( ), folk song (Y.F.Prigozhy, lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Bobrov and Kurashovy03-1910...05-1910
Moscow
12334
ScottishAccordeon solo
Have you seen my cook dancing?, polka
Pamby Dick~1909
London
Syrena Grand Record254
18361
RussianTrio
Echo of Russia I ( I), medley
J.Schüssler, A.Sinkow, H.Pewzner06-1927...12-1927Syrena (red)754a
18362
RussianTrio
Echo of Russia II ( II), medley
J.Schüssler, A.Sinkow, H.Pewzner06-1927...12-1927Syrena (red)754a
28521
Russian
The snow has swept you up, Russia ( , )
Ivan Nikitin, acc. chorus and orchestra06-1937...01-1938Syrena-Electro9942
28526
Russian
There died a poor man ( ), soldiers song (Y.F.Prigozhiy, lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Ivan Nikitin, acc. chorus and orchestra06-1937...01-1938Syrena-Electro9942
30087
French
Simple aveu, op.25, romance ( )
Sirena's Concert TrioSirena Grand Record233
30088
German
Spring song, op.62 (Frühlingslied, op.62) (Cycle Songs without Words) (Felix Mendelssohn)
Sirena's Concert TrioSirena Grand Record233
30260
EnglishDuologue [soprano? & baritone] with orchestra
Supposing, song (H. E. Pether)
Nancy Charman & Pete Charman, acc. orchestra06-1912
London
Syrena Grand Record349
30261
EnglishDuet [soprano? and baritone] with orchestra
Grizzly Bear, song ( )
Nancy Charman & Jack Charman, acc. orchestra06-1912
London
Syrena Grand Record349
The Folk Dancer
MH-1058-B
(E1-CB-2609)
RussianInstrumental
My Sweatheart (), dance
Kostya Poliansky and His Balalaika Orchestra, Conductor Kostya PolianskyNew YorkThe Folk DancerMH-1058
[FD-15]
MH-1058-A
(E1-CB-2610)
RussianInstrumental
Like a sweet smellingflower ( ), two-step (Sasha Makarov)
Kostya Poliansky and His Balalaika Orchestra, Conductor Kostya PolianskyNew YorkThe Folk DancerMH-1058
[FD-15]
MH-1059-A
(E1-CB-2615)
RussianInstrumental
Troika (Ill harness three greyhounds) ( ( )), dance
Kostya Poliansky and His Balalaika Orchestra, Conductor Kostya PolianskyNew YorkThe Folk DancerMH-1059
[FD-15]
United Kingdom
2697
(1341H)
Russian, FrenchOrchestra
a) La Marseillaise; b) God save the Tzar () ; ) ), anthems (Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle, Alexey F. Lvov)
Royal Military Band1914The Winner
Universal
LPR 7
Russian
Selected folk songs and dances from Russia ( )
Fitzroy, Vic., AustraliaUniversalLPR 7
Victor
61178
(1152r)
RussianSoprano with orchestra
Farewell to the bright visions (, !) (Opera La Traviata) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Maria Aleksandrovna Mikhailowa, acc. orchestra6/1906
St. Petersburg, Russia
Victor Record (Red)
IRCC 50-B
(1773L)
ItalianSoprano with piano
Fast swallow (O damor messagera) (Opera Mireille) (Charles Gounod)
Olimpia Boronat, acc. Redento Zardo (piano)01-1904
St. Petersburg
Victor (batwing, white)IRCC 50
IRCC 50-A
(1775L)
ItalianSoprano with piano
Give me back my hope (O rendetemi la speme) (Opera I Puritani) (Vincenco Bellini)
Olimpia Boronat, acc. Redento Zardo (piano)01-1904
St. Petersburg
Victor (batwing, white)IRCC 50
61130
(2868L)
RussianSoprano with flute
Mizolis couplets ( (", ...")) (Opera Thou brilliant bird) (Felicien Daviv)
Maria Mikhailowa, acc. A.N. Semionov (flute obbligato)1905
St. Petersburg, Russia
Victor Record (Red)
61141
(2918L)
RussianSoprano with orchestra
Dearest name ( ) (Opera Rigoletto) (Giuseppe Verdi, based on: Victor Hugo: Drama The King Amuses Himself)
Maria Aleksandrovna Mikhailowa, acc. orchestra, Conductor Bruno Seidler-Winkler1905
St. Petersburg, Russia
Victor Record (Red)
73152-B
(7458L)
1
RussianBaritone with piano
Tender embraces forgotten ( ), romance (Anatoly Lenin)
I. Kartaschoff, acc. piano1908
St. Petersburg, Russia
Victor (batwing, black)
73366-B
(B-26373)
RussianOrchestral music
Twinkling star ( ), intermezzo (Paul Lincke)
International Novelty Orchestra, Conductor Nathaniel Shilkret19-05-1922
New York, New York
Victor (batwing, black)
219-05-1922
New York
73366
77123-A
(B-27780)
2
RussianOrchestral music
Longing for home ( ), march (D.M. Trifonov)
International Concert Orchestra, Conductor Nathaniel Shilkret, Solo by Max Dolin [violin]25-04-1923
Camden, New Jersey
Victor (batwing, black)77123
77123-B
(B-28271)
2
RussianOrchestral music
Concourse (), march
Kirilloff's Russian Balalaika Orchestra, Conductor Aleksandr Kirilloff11-07-1923
New York
Victor (batwing, black)77123
77308-B
(B-29144)
RussianEnsemble music
Warsaw polka ( ) (arr. W.K. Grigaitis)
Trio Zingaro (gypsy trio)19-12-1923
New York, New York
Victor (batwing, black)
27387-A27389-B
(BS 056735BS 056740)
Russian, GypsyContralto with Orchestra
Gypsy Songs of Old Russia by Emma Hurok ( )
Emma Hurok, acc. Pavel Zamulenko - violin, George Fishberg - accordion,Joseph Maranz - piano (gypsy orchestra), Conductor Fedor Zarkevich~10-10-1940
New York
Victor (batwing, black)P 63
18236-B
RussianMale Choir
The Snow Has Blown Over Russia, song
General Platoff Don Cossack Chorus, Conductor Nickolas KostrukoffVictor (red seal)
RCA Victor (red seal)
Vocalion
A-14560
(11160)
Russian
Ech Russia (, )
Aaron Lebedeff, acc. orchestra, Conductor Herman Wohl04-1923
New-York
Vocalion14560
Vox
2205
(896)
B
RussianSoprano with Piano
The snow has swept you up, Russia ( , ), song
Nadezhda V. PlevitskayaVox
Zonophone
X-64119
(65Zo)
RussianHarmonium
Gavot "Czibulki" and "Mazurka" ( "" "") (Wieniawski)
N.F.Monakhov, P.F.Zhukov1904
St.-Petersburg
International Zonophone
X-63836
(7182r)
RussianMezzo-Soprano with Piano
There died a poor man (, ), soldiers song (Y.F.Prigozhy, arr. A.Zarema, lyrics by K.R. (alias of Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. "K.R." means Konstantin Romanov))
Nadezhda Vasilievna Plevitskaya, acc. A.Zarema (piano)12-1909
Moscow
Zonophone (Gramophone)
X-64270
(7577L)
RussianDuet with Piano
You cherished me in Russia, Part 2 ( - , 2) (Opera A Life for the Tzar (Ivan Susanin), act 2) (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Yegor Rozen)
Maria Przhebiletzkaya, Serguey Sergeev (Ekimov), acc. piano1908
St.-Petersburg
Zonophone (Gramophone)
 
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