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Year 1935 (1935 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1935 (1935 )
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Year 1938 (1938 )
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Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Gramplasttrest and successors
919
Uzbek
Dugoh-khusaia
Karim Zakirov, acc. abdukadir ismailov (nai), nijazov (violin), fahriddin sadikov (chang), matjakub atadshanov (doira)1935
Tashkent
Aprelevka Plant 465 -  567
920
Uzbek
Taronai dugokh (lyrics by Alisher Navoi)
Karim Zakirov, acc. abdukadir ismailov (nai), nijazov (violin), fahriddin sadikov (chang), matjakub atadshanov (doira)1935
Tashkent
Aprelevka Plant 465 -  567
Muza
1835 a
(Wa 2127)
Chinese, Russianchorus
March of the 8th Chinese Peoples army (in Russian) ( ) (八路军进行曲(俄语)) (Zheng Lücheng, arr. Alexander Anisimov, lyrics by Gong Mu (Zhang Yongnian))
Alexandrov Ensemble, Conductor Boris Aleksandrov08-1951
Warsaw
Muza1835
2-B-13768
Supraphon
45107M
(47622)
Russian, ChineseBaritone with chorus and orchestra
For unity of China ( ), song (Džang Ti Čcang, arr. V. Kochetov, lyrics by Xie Nian, Samuil Bolotin (translation))
Red Banner Song and Dance Ensemble of the Soviet Army of A.Aleksandrov, Conductor Boris Aleksandrov, Solo by Oleg Razumovsky6-1951
Prague
Supraphon45107M
45102M
(47708)
Russian, ChineseChoir with Orchestra
March of the 8th Chinese Peoples Army ( 8- ), song (Džang Ti Čcang, arr. A.I.Anisimov)
Red Banner Song and Dance Ensemble of the Soviet Army of A.Aleksandrov, Conductor Boris Aleksandrov06-1951
Prague
Supraphon45102M
 
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