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Beka Records was a record label based in Germany, active from about 1903 to 1925. Before the Great War Beka also made gramophone records for the United Kingdom and Russian markets under the Beka-Grand-Record label. Russian repertoir of the company was vast; according to A.Zhelezny the first records were made as early as 1905 (1906 according to P.Grunberg). Beka often sold their Russian matrixes to another gramophone companies. After the Great War broke out in 1914 it stopped all operations in Russia. Eventually, the company became a subsidiary of the Carl Lindstrom Group which was sold to the Columbia Graphophone Company in 1926.
Beka (blue) (1)
Beka-Grand-Plastinka (blue) (32)
Beka-Sinfonie-Record (blue) (1)
Beka-Meister-Plastinka (pink) (6)
Beka-Grand-Plastinka (red) (161)
Beka-Meister-Plastinka (red) (8)
Beka-Grand-Record (portrait) (12)
Beka (girl with harp) (0)
Beka (three virgins) (11)
Beka (4)
Disque Ideal Beka-Record (1)
8" discs recorded using lateral (aka Berliner) method. The nominal speed is 78 RPM, playing starts from the edge.
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TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
Label(s)Order No
[xRef Nos]
Files
B. 6320
(34433)
German, RussianDuet with Orchestra
Wanderers Nightsong ( ) (Wanderers Nachtlied), romance-song (Anton Grigorjevich Rubinstein, arr. Walter Sieber, lyrics by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
Ilse Wald & Charlotte an der Heiden, acc. orchestra, Conductor Walter Sieber23-11-1927
Berlin
Beka (red)B. 6320
B. 6392-II
(34810)
GermanDance Orchestra
In Nizhny Novgorod, song (Richard Fall)
Otto Dobrindt Orchestra, Conductor Otto Dobrindt~1930
Berlin
Beka (red)
B.5169-I
(32394)
RussianOrchestra
Song about Wolga boatmens (Gesang der Wolga-Bootsleute)
Edith Lorand, Conductor Edith Lorand1924-03-28
Berlin
Beka (red)
B.5169-II
(32484)
GermanOrchestra
Stenka Rasin and princess (Stenka Rasin und die Fürstin)
Edith Lorand, Conductor Edith Lorand1924-08-13
Berlin
Beka (red)
B.5252-I
(32654)
RussianBalalaika Orchestra
Stenka Rasin ( ), folk song
Russian Balalaika Orchestra of Professor J. Rüger, Conductor J. Rüger29-01-1925
Berlin
Beka (red)B. 5252-I
B.5252-II
(32655)
RussianBalalaika Orchestra
The Nightingale (), romance (Alexander Alyabyev)
Russian Balalaika Orchestra of Professor J. Rüger, Conductor J. Rüger29-01-1925
Berlin
Beka (red)B. 5252-II
G 56897
(56897)
Russian
Airplane (), chansonette
Varya Zimina, acc. pianoBeka-Grand-Plastinka (red)
G 56901
(56901)
Russian
Hen and Rooster ( ), chansonette
Varya Zimina, acc. pianoBeka-Grand-Plastinka (red)
G. 45695
(45695)
RussianCello with orchestra
Solo from the ballet "Phiametta" ( "") (Ballet Phiametta) (Ludwig Minkus)
Ludwig Minkus, acc. Salon orchestra of K. S. Vyshinsky, Conductor K. S. VyshinskyBeka-Grand-Plastinka (red)
K31.X349
Polish
Matko niebieskiego Pana
R.TomysPoznańBeka-Grand-Plastinka (red)
K32.X349
Polish
O Maryo, Matko Boga
R.TomysPoznańBeka-Grand-Plastinka (red)
223
FrenchBrass Band
Marseillaise (La Marseillaise), anthem (Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle)
Beka OrchestraBerlinBeka-Grand-Plastinka (red)
241
GermanBrass Band
March of the Socialists (Karl Gramm)
Beka OrchestraBerlinBeka-Grand-Plastinka (red)
352
GermanOrchestra
Apiary, march
Orchestra "Beka"BerlinBeka-Grand-Plastinka (blue)
928
Turkish, GermanOrchestra
Turkish patrol (Die türkische Scharwache, Opus 83), march (Theodor Michaelis)
Orchestra of the 2nd Emperor Grenadier Regiment, Conductor Adolf BeckerBerlinBeka-Grand-Plastinka (red)
929
GermanOrchestra
The jolly coppersmith (Der kreuzfideler Kupferschmied), character piece (Carl Peter)
Orchestra of the 2nd Emperor Grenadier Regiment, Conductor Adolf BeckerBerlinBeka-Grand-Plastinka (red)
1228
RussianBand
Overture of year 1812 ( 1812 ) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Orchestra "Beka"Beka-Meister-Plastinka (red)
3072
Russian
"1812" (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Band of. H. M. Scots GuardsBeka-Record
4097
RussianChorus
Splinter (), folk song
Soldier's chorusAnonimous4097
4419
RussianMezzo-soprano with orchestra
Lyubavys aria - Oh, I know, Sadko does not love me ( - , , ) (Opera Sadko, act 3) (Nikolay A. Rimsky-Korsakov, lyrics by V. I. Belsky)
Evgenya Lucchezarskaya, acc. raog orchestraBeka-Grand-Plastinka (red)
 
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