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Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
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Bellaccord Electro
3465
(M 4000)
Latvian, German, SpanishTenor with Orchestra
Tenor and his songs, Part 1 (Tenorsun vina dziesmas, 1 daja), medley
Mariss Vētra, acc. "Bellaccord" OrchestraRigaBellaccord Electro3465
3465
(M 4001)
Latvian, GermanTenor with Orchestra
Tenor and his songs, Part 2 (Tenorsun vina dziesmas, 2 daja), medley
Mariss Vētra, acc. "Bellaccord" OrchestraRigaBellaccord Electro3465
3466
(M 4004)
LatvianTenor with Orchestra
Me and my mandolin (Es un mana mandoline), foxtrot
Mariss Vetra, acc. "Bellaccord" OrchestraRigaBellaccord Electro3466
3466
(M 4005)
LatvianTenor with Orchestra
Spain (Spanija), tango
Mariss Vetra, acc. "Bellaccord" OrchestraRigaBellaccord Electro3466
3542
(M 4155)
LatvianTenor with Dance Orchestra
When love stirs the blood, slow waltz (Film Mazurka) (Peter Kreuder, lyrics by Hans Rameau)
Mariss Vetra, acc. Jazz-Orchestra "Bellaccord" (company's jazz orchestra)~1937
Riga
Bellaccord Electro3542
3542
(M 4164)
American, LatvianTenor with Dance Orchestra
Youre My Lucky Star (Laimes zvaigzne), foxtrot (Film Broadway Melody of 1936) (Nacio Herb Brown)
Mariss Vētra, acc. Bellaccord Jazz Orchestra (company's jazz orchestra)~1937
Riga
Bellaccord Electro3542
3643
(M 4396)
Russian, LatvianTenor with Dance Orchestra
Meil Madel (Mein Madel), waltz
Mariss Vētra, acc. Bellaccord Jazz Orchestra (company's jazz orchestra)RigaBellaccord Electro3643
3643
(M 4397)
Russian, LatvianTenor with Dance Orchestra
Two hearts ( ), tango
Mariss Vētra, acc. Bellaccord Jazz Orchestra (company's jazz orchestra)RigaBellaccord Electro3643
Columbia Record
A 5182
(30439)
ItalianDuet with Orchestra
Borne on the breezes to thee (Opera Lucia di Lammermoor, act 1) (Gaetano Donizetti, based on: Walter Scott: The novel The Bride of Lammermoor)
Eugenia A. Bronskaya, Florencio Constantino, acc. orchestra1910Columbia Symphony Series
Gramplasttrest and successors
3043
Russian, GermanSymphony Orchestra
Polovtsian Dances (Beginning) ( ()) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Leo BlechAprelevka Plant 371
3044
Russian, GermanSymphony Orchestra
Polovtsian Dances (Ending) ( ()) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Leo BlechAprelevka Plant 371
Leningrad - "Mineral" and "Plastmass" Artels
7781
Czech, RussianDance Orchestra
Against wind ( ), march ([ru] [ru]Yaroslav Ejeck)
Orchestra, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Evgeny Zablotskiy1951
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 298-51
Local production of the 1950s
6
(-6)
RussianBass with Piano
Four Winds ( ), song (lyrics by N. Simonov)
Efrem Flaks, acc. M. Meerovich (piano)~ 04.1948
Leningrad
Moscow - "Metalloplastmass" Plant
Odeon-Record
A 207566 a
(H-82060)
RussianTenor with Orchestra
I want to Moscow ( ), foxtrot (Novikov, lyrics by A. Lee)
Mariss Vetra, acc. orchestraOdeon-Record
A 207566 b
(H-82061)
Russian, JewishTenor with Orchestra
The Heart of Mother (My Yiddishe Momme) ( (My Yiddishe Momme)) (Jack Yellen, Lew Pollack, lyrics by A. Lee)
Mariss Vetra, acc. orchestraOdeon-Record
Phono-postcards (soviet period)
37
Russianlyric tenor with orchestra
Far, far away (, ), song (Georgy Nosov, lyrics by Alexander Churkin)
Vladimir Nechaev, acc. orchestra~1950
Moscow
Phono-postcards (soviet period)
Shtampovki (Camouflage)

(3310)
RussianBaritone with Jazz Orchestra
A Glass of Vodka ( ), foxtrot (Mark G. Maryanovsky)
Petr Leshenko, acc. "Bellaccord" Orchestra (company's jazz orchestra), Conductor Sergey Aldyarov (Levinson)1934
Riga
Shtampovki (Camouflage)
Syrena Record
20284
Polish
Halka`s aria - As from the wind broken bush (Jako od wichru krzew połamany) (Opera Halka, act 1) (Stanisław Moniuszko, lyrics by Włodzimierz Wolsky, based on: Włodzimierz Wolsky/Kazimierz Vuynitsky: Poem/Novel Halka/The mountain girl)
Matylda Polińska-Lewicka, acc. Orchestra of Warsaw Opera, Conductor Bronisłav Szulc1929
Warsaw
Syrena-Electro3346
 
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