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"Universal" is an Australian recording label with Slavic repertoire (Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian and Macedonian). Existed in 1950s. Produced more than fifty 78 rpm records and about twenty LPs on 33⅓ and ten EPs on 45 RPM. Initial releases were just copies of foreign material, later some original recordings appeared as well.

--Mike G. Jurkevich
 
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Polar white nights ( ) (bernikov)
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(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
Label(s)Order No
[xRef Nos]
Files
U-1006
(FS 613)
Russianmale choir with orchestra
The three-horse sleigh (), song (Pavel Bulakhov, lyrics by Pyotr Vyazemsky)
Red Banner song and dance ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by Pyotr Tverdokhlebov18-06-1941
Moscow
Universal, Gramplasttrest and successors10999
U-1007
(FS 644)
Russianmale choir with orchestra
In a forest near the frontline ( ), song (Matvey Blanter, lyrics by Mikhail Isakovsky)
A. V. Alexandrov Red Banner song and dance ensemble, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Georgy Vinogradov28-03-1950
Moscow
Universal, Gramplasttrest and successors17912
U-1021
(FS 663)
Ukrainianbass with orchestra
Karas aria ("Far gone in merrymaking") ( (", ")) (opera A Zaporozhian cossack beyond the Danube, act 1) (Semen Hulak-Artemovsky (Semion Gulak-Artemovsky))
Borys Hmyria (Boris Gmyrya), acc. symphony orchestra of All-Union radio committee, Conductor Alexander Orlov1946
Moscow
Universal, Gramplasttrest and successorsU-1021
14143
U-1021
(FS 664)
Ukrainianbass with orchestra
Cavatina of Karas ("Now I am a Turk and no longer a Cossack") ( (" , ")) (opera A Zaporozhian cossack beyond the Danube, act 3) (Semen Hulak-Artemovsky (Semion Gulak-Artemovsky))
Borys Hmyria (Boris Gmyrya), acc. symphony orchestra of All-Union radio committee, Conductor Alexander Orlov1946
Moscow
Universal, Gramplasttrest and successorsU-1021
14144
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