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The LP (from "long playing"[1] or "long play") is an analog sound storage medium, a phonograph record format characterized by: a speed of ​33 1⁄3 rpm; a 12- or 10-inch (30- or 25-cm) diameter; use of the "microgroove" groove specification; and a vinyl composition disk. Introduced by Columbia in 1948, it was soon adopted as a new standard by the entire record industry. The rotational speed of the disc was not new and has been used since the late 1920s for various special purposes in sound recording industry, for example in the first system of sound cinema "Vitaphone". The main difference from the previous formats was the ability to increase the density of the recording by several times by reducing the width of the groove from 140 to 55 microns on the new material of discs made of polyvinyl chloride instead of outdated shellac. [1]

The attempted transition to microgroove records was slow for a variety of reasons. One was the "record wars" that erupted between the Columbia and RCA. Columbia had hoped that their 33 1⁄3 rpm would be the standard, but RCA, believing that they had invented the first LP, introduced their own 45-rpm microgroove disc to compete with Columbia. This "battle of the speeds" confused many consumers and caused them to delay their purchases. By 1950, there were four speeds for consumers to choose from; 78, 33 1/3, 45, and 16. The different speeds and the different sizes of the hole in the middle of the records made playing 78s, 45s, and 33 1/3s tricky. The first LPs were not perfect by any means and met some resistance. They were not uniform, often had a dull sound, contained sustained notes that tended to waver slightly, and sometimes contained pre-echo, which occurred when parts of the music made a faint and untimely appearance ahead of the beat.[2]

The first Soviet serial LP record D-01 Suite No.1. Pyotr Tchaikovsky performed by the Symphony Orchestra of the All-Union Radio Committee under conductor Alexander Gauck was released on November 2, 1951 at the April Factory of Gramophones. The recording was made by sound engineer Barskov and sound engineer A.I. Arshinov. From that moment a new separate numbering for monophonic LP records came to exist, which lasted until 1991 and ended with the number M10-49728 (which is known at the moment). Where D stood for long-playing (Dolgoigrayushchaya), and in front of the number of the matrix on the mirror there was written the capital letter "D." Soviet scientists have developed for LP records a special material called vinylite (co-polymer of vinyl chloride and vinyl acetate), its color could change depending on the dyes introduced. The LPs made of vinylite were not as fragile as shellac discs, but they could no longer be played with steel needles, as the material was soft and could not withstand such a pressure. LP records had to be played with a corundum needle and using a light electric tonearm. Then the industry faced another problem. Factories producing gramophones could not in a short period of time switch to the production of 33 1⁄3 rpm players and necessary electric pickups. This process has taken much longer. And the producers of records had to press LP records with 78 rpm speed for some time. In 1952-1953 LP records with 33 1⁄3 and 78 rpm were pressed t alternately. The last 78 rpm LP record was D-2116, after that number, LP records were pressed only with 33 1⁄3 rpm. Reissues of LP records with 78 rpm were made until 1957 at Aprelevka and Leningrad production plants.

The first records were produced under the Technical Conditions, and in 1956 GOST 5289-56 was adopted, where standards for the production of LP records were developed, and from 01.07.1956 it came into force and these inscriptions appeared on the records. The Leningrad gramophone factory mastered the production of LP records only in August 1956, producing 9,540 copies and sending 2 pieces to the trading organizations. The Riga and Tashkent plants have mastered the production of LP records around the same time (more accurate data is not yet available). The transition was carried out by converting the presses and replacing the equipment. It is documented that the number of presses at the Leningrad plant did not increase, but the production of gramophone records began to decrease, and the production was re-equipped to manufacture LP records without expanding the production area. Already in 1958, the production of LP records by all major plants reached a large number, and factories producing players began to produce affordable products for the population. Since then, the era of gramophone records has steadily faded out and the production of 78 rpm records has steadily decreased.

Prior to the start of mass production, long experiments were conducted with the disc composition and equipment for the production of LPs. The first experimental LPs were released by the Recording House and were called "Long-sounding".
, English translation by Elena Beliankina

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TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
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-2575#6 
russiantenor with piano
How it hurts me ( ), romance
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. Abram Makarov (piano)MoscowAprelevka Plant19454
-03
russianviolin with orchestra
Concerto for violin and orchestra, op. 82 ( , . 82), symphony piece (Alexander Glazunov)
David Oistrakh, acc. , Conductor Kirill Kondrashin1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-10#3 
russiantenor with piano
No response, no word, no hello ( , , ), romance (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Alexei Apukhtin)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. Abram Makarov (piano)MoscowAprelevka Plant19453-
-015
russian
Opera "Aleko" ( "") (Opera Aleko, act 1) (Sergey Rachmaninov, lyrics by Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Gypsies)
Aleko - Ivan Ivanovich Petrov (baritone); Zemfira - Nina Ivanovna Pokrovskaya (soprano); Young gypsy - Anatoly Orfenov (tenor); Old gypsy (Zemfira's father) - Alexander Pavlovich Ognivtsev (bass); Reading - Ruben Nikolaevich Simonov, acc. Choir and All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra (choir and orchestra), Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-016
russian
Opera "Aleko". Continuation 1 ( "". 1) (Opera Aleko, act 1) (Sergey Rachmaninov, lyrics by Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Gypsies)
Zemfira - Nina Ivanovna Pokrovskaya (soprano); Young gypsy - Anatoly Orfenov (tenor); Reading - Ruben Nikolaevich Simonov, acc. Choir and All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra (choir and orchestra), Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-017
russian
Opera "Aleko". Continuation 2 ( "". 2) (Opera Aleko, act 1) (Sergey Rachmaninov, lyrics by Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Gypsies)
Aleko - Ivan Ivanovich Petrov (baritone); Zemfira - Nina Ivanovna Pokrovskaya (soprano); Young gypsy - Anatoly Orfenov (tenor); Reading - Ruben Nikolaevich Simonov, acc. Choir and All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra (choir and orchestra), Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-018
russian
Opera "Aleko". End. ( "", ) (Opera Aleko, act 1) (Sergey Rachmaninov, lyrics by Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Gypsies)
Aleko - Ivan Ivanovich Petrov (baritone); Zemfira - Nina Ivanovna Pokrovskaya (soprano); Young gypsy - Anatoly Orfenov (tenor); Old gypsy (Zemfira's father) - Alexander Pavlovich Ognivtsev (bass); Bronislava Yakovlevna Zlatogorova (Old Gypsy); Reading - Ruben Nikolaevich Simonov, acc. Choir and All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra (choir and orchestra), Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-021
french, russian
Opera "Faust", Introduction, 1 act ( "", , 1 ) (Opera Faust, act 1) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-022
french, russian
Opera "Faust", 1 act (end) 2 act ( "", 1 (), 2 ) (Opera Faust, act 1) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-023
french, russian
Opera "Faust", act 2 (end) ( "", 2 (), 2 ) (Opera Faust, act 2) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-024
french, russian
Opera "Faust", act 3 ( "", 3 ) (Opera Faust, act 3) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-025
french, russian
Opera "Faust", act 3 ( cont.) ( "", 3 ()) (Opera Faust, act 3) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-026
french, russian
Opera "Faust", act 3 ( end.), 4 act ( "", 3 (), 4 ) (Opera Faust, act 3) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-027
french, russian
Opera "Faust", act 4 ( cont.) ( "", 4 ()) (Opera Faust, act 4) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-028
french, russian
Opera "Faust", act 4 ( end.) ( "", 4 ()) (Opera Faust, act 3) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Ivan Sergeevich Kozlovsky (Faust) and Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov (Mephistopheles), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Vasilyevich Nebolsin1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-057
italian, russian
Opera "La Traviata" ( "") (Opera La Traviata, act 1) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Ivan Kozlovsky and Elizaveta Shumskaya, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-058
italian, russian
Opera "La Traviata" ( "") (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Ivan Kozlovsky and Elizaveta Shumskaya, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-059
italian, russian
Scene and Duet of Violetta and Germont ( ) (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947 .
Moscow
Leningrad Plant21032
italian, russian
Scene and Duet of Violetta and Germont (cont. 1) ( (.1)) (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
21033
1947
Moscow
21034
21035
21036
21037
italian, russian
Opera "La Traviata" ( "") (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), Nina Alekseevna Nelina (Ninel Amsheevna Nurenberg) (Annina), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander OrlovAprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-060
italian, russian
Opera "La Traviata" ( "") (Opera La Traviata, act 3) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Ivan Semenovich Kozlovsky (Alfred), Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), Konstantin Nikolaevich Teryokhin (Doctor), Nina Alekseevna Nelina (Ninel Amsheevna Nurenberg) (Annina), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-061
italian, russian
Opera "La Traviata" ( "") (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Ivan Semenovich Kozlovsky (Alfred), Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), Konstantin Nikolaevich Teryokhin (Doctor), Nina Alekseevna Nelina (Ninel Amsheevna Nurenberg) (Annina), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-062
italian, russianduet with orchestra
Violettas Aria (end) ( (.)) (Opera La Traviata, act 4) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Ivan Kozlovsky and Elizaveta Shumskaya, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Leningrad Plant019616
italian, russianduet with orchestra
Violettas Aria ( ) (Opera La Traviata, act 4) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
1948
Moscow
019615
italian, russian
Opera "La Traviata" ( "") (Opera La Traviata, act 4) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Ivan Semenovich Kozlovsky (Alfred), Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), Konstantin Nikolaevich Teryokhin (Doctor), Nina Alekseevna Nelina (Ninel Amsheevna Nurenberg) (Annina), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-091
russiantenor with orchestra
Vakulas Arioso - Mother or father, it doesnt make any difference to me ( - , , !) (Opera Cherevichki (Fancy Slippers), act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Yakov Polonsky, based on: Nikolay Gogol: The story The Night Before Christmas)
Georgij Nelepp, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1948
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)-00802#1
-00107
russian, frenchtenor with orchestra
Fausts cavatina All hail, thou dwelling pure and lowry ( , ) (cavatine de Faust Salut, demeure chaste et pure) (opera Faust, act 3) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: tragedy Faust)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, Conductor Vasily Nebolsin1950
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Dom Zvukozapisy (Records) 285
-00108#1 
french, russiantenor with orchestra
Le rêve - En fermant les yeux ( - ) (Opera Manon, act 2) (Jules Massenet)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Shamilevich Melik-Pashayev19
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)
#2 
french, russiantenor with orchestra
Lyonels aria, in Russian ( (" , ")) (Opera Martha, or The market at Richmond, act 3) (Friedrich von Flotow, lyrics by Friedrich Wilhelm Riese)
-00110
russiansymphony orchestra
Waltz-Caprice (-), symphony piece (Anton Grigorjevich Rubinstein)
VRK Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-00112
russiansymphony orchestra
Dance of Cashmere Brides ( ), symphony piece (Opera Feramors) (Anton Grigorjevich Rubinstein)
The state Symphony orchestra of the USSR, Conductor Alexander Gauk1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-00123
polishtenor with orchestra
Jonteks dumka (Opera Halka) (Stanisław Moniuszko, lyrics by Włodzimierz Wolsky, based on: Włodzimierz Wolsky/Kazimierz Vuynitsky: Poem/Novel Halka/The mountain girl)
Bogdan Paprocki, acc. Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Nebolsin1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-00124#1 
polishtenor with orchestra
Devchina, song (Polish folk song)
Bogdan Paprocki, acc. N. A. Mironov (piano)1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)
#2 
polishtenor with orchestra
Krakowiak, song (Zygmunt Noskowski)
Bogdan Paprocki, acc. N. A. Mirnov (piano)
#3 
polishtenor with orchestra
Black eyes, song (Polish folk song)
Bogdan Paprocki, acc. N. A. Mironov (piano)
-139
austrian, russianorchestra
Overture (), operetta (Operette Der Fledermaus) (Johann Strauss)
VRK Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant017988
russiansymphony orchestra
Overture () (Operetta Die Fledermaus) (Johann Strauss)
Symphony orchestra of the All-Union Broadcast, Conductor Samuil Abramovich SamosudAprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants
-140
russiansymphony orchestra
Overture (), operetta (Operette Der Zigeunerbaron) (Johann Strauss)
Symphony orchestra of the All-Union Broadcast, Conductor Samuil Abramovich Samosud1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants020761
-142
russiandeclamation
Chameleon (), short story (lyrics by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov)
Igor Vladimirovich Ilyinsky and Vladimir Alexandrovich Popov1948
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants015782
-143
russiandeclamation
Boots (), short story (lyrics by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov)
Igor Vladimirovich Ilyinsky and Vladimir Alexandrovich Popov1948
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-144
german, russiansymphony orchestra
Overture (end) ( (.)), symphony piece (Opera Oberon) (Carl Maria von Weber)
Leningrad State Philarmony Orchestra, Conductor Yegeny Mravinsky1951
Leningrad
Aprelevka Plant018989
german, russiansymphony orchestra
Overture (), symphony piece (Opera Oberon) (Carl Maria von Weber)
018988
-145
german, russiansymphony orchestra
Invitation to the dance, op.65 ( , . 65), symphony piece (Carl Maria von Weber)
Leningrad State Philarmony Orchestra, Conductor Yevgeny Mravinsky1-02-1951
Leningrad
Aprelevka Plant19030
19031
german, russiansymphony orchestra
Invitation to the dance, op.65, (end.) ( , . 65, ()), symphony piece (Carl Maria von Weber)
19032
-146
russianchoir with orchestra
Polovtsian dances with a choir ( ) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Bolshoi Theatre Choir, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-00153#1 
georgian, russian
Kutaisi (), couplets (arr. B.Shulman, lyrics by G.Stroganov)
Vladimir Kandelaki, acc. orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitskiy1951
Moscow
Moskvoretsky Trust (Zavod)20796
#2 
georgian, russian
One, two, three (, , ), couplets (A.Shulman, lyrics by B.Klyachko)
20795
-00154#1 
russianbaritone with orchestra
Ararat () (B. Avetisov, lyrics by G. Gradov)
Vladimir Kandelaki, acc. orchestra, Conductor Victor Knushevitsky1950
Moscow
Moskvoretsky Trust (Zavod)18896
#2 
russianbaritone with orchestra
Dear guests ( ) (Modest Tabachnikov, lyrics by Georgy Khodosov)
195018897
-181
russianpiano
Dumka (), solo piece (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Lew Nikolaevich Oborin1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant17039
-182
hungarian, russianpiano
Rhapsody 2(end) ( 2()), chamber piece (Ferenc Liszt)
Lev Oborin1949
Moscow
Leningrad Plant016801
-00189#1 
russianlyric tenor with orchestra
The forest path is winding into the distance ( ), song (Boris Andrejevich Mokrousov, lyrics by Naum Davydovich Labkovsky)
Sergei Yakovlevich Lemeshev, acc. orchestra1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants19561
#2 
russianlyric tenor with orchestra
The lonely accordion ( ), song (Boris Andrejevich Mokrousov, lyrics by Mikhail Vassilievich Isakovsky)
1951
19560
-00190
russianlyric tenor with orchestra
The Lullaby (), song (Matvei Isaakovich Blanter, lyrics by Mikhail Vassilievich Isakovsky)
Sergei Yakovlevich Lemeshev, acc. variety orchestra, Conductor Viktor Nikolaevich KnushevitskyAprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-00197
russiansymphony orchestra
Waltz () (Ballet The Nutcracker) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Leningrad State Philarmony Orchestra, Conductor Yevgeny Mravinsky1952
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-00198
russiansymphony orchestra
Waltz () (Ballet Sleeping Beauty) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Leningrad State Philarmony Orchestra, Conductor Yevgeny Mravinsky1952
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-00207
russiancello with fortepiano
Etude, op.25 No.7 ( .25, 7), chamber piece (Fryderyk Chopin, arr. Alexander Glazunov)
Daniil Shafran, acc. Nina Musinyan (piano)1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-00208#2 
russiancello with piano
Sentimental Waltz ( ) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Daniil Shafran, acc. Nina Musinyan (piano)1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-00209#1 
russianorchestra
Musical moment ( ), waltz (Isaac Dunaevsky)
Pop orchestra performed by V. Knushevitsky, Conductor Viktor Knushevitsky, Solo by Alexander Naumovich Tsfasman1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant18760
-00210#1 
russian, finnishinstrumental ensemble
The Finnish polka ( ) (Säkkijärven polkka) (arr. Boris Ermilovich Tikhonov)
Instrumental quartet: Boris Ermilovich Tikhonov (accordion), A. Kuznetsov (guitar), N. Nazaruk (clarinet), P. Kupreishvili (double bass)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant20726
Instrumental quartet: Boris Ermilovich Tikhonov (accordion), A. Kuznetsov (guitar), N. Nazaruk (clarinet), P. Kupreishvili (double bass), acc. instrumental quartetMoskvoretsky Trust (Zavod)
#3 
russianinstrumental quartet
Moldavian dance ( ), polka (Dmitry Lvov-Kompaneetz)
Instrumental quartet: Boris Ermilovich Tikhonov (accordion), A. Kuznetsov (guitar), N. Nazaruk (clarinet), P. Kupreishvili (double bass)Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices)20724
-00225#1 
ukrainianbanduras
The Grey Cuckoo, folk song (Petr Nishinsky)
State Ukrainian SSR Bandura-Players Capellaf defence bandura-players capella, Conductor Alexander Zakharievich Minkovsky, Solo by . . 1951
Kiev
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants19214
-00226#1 
ukrainianbass with banduras
I Would Take Bandura, folk song
Boris Gmyrya, acc. state ukrainian ssr bandura-players capella, Conductor Alexander Zakharievich Minkovsky1951
Kiev
Aprelevka Plant019516
-00227
ukrainianensemble
Maiden Hopak, folk dance
Instrumental ensemble of the State Ukrainian folk choir, Conductor Grigory Verevka1950
Kiev
SurmaSU 134 A
-231#1 
russian, persianbass with orchestra
The turbulent waters ( " ..."), song (Anton Rubinstein, lyrics by Mirza Shafi Vazeh)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra13-05-1931
London, Small Queen's Hall
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramophone Co.32-2227
(2B 884-3)
-232#1 
frenchbass with orchestra
Sérénade de Mefistopheles - Vous qui faites lendormie (Opera Faust) (Charles Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Henri Bsser, Henri Busser27-02-1930
Paris
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants21376
#2 
french, russianbass with orchestra
Song of the Golden Calf ( ) (Le veau dor), couplets (Opera Faust) (Charles Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
21377
-00252
russianbass with orchestra
Khan Kontchaks aria ( ) (Opera Prince Igor) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Mark Rejsen, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-00283
russianbass with orchestra
Aria () (Opera La sonnambula) (Vincenco Bellini)
Feodor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestraAprelevka Plant (LP 78), Victor87378
(B-27088)
-00284#1 
russianbass with orchestra
Aria: "Ridda e fuga infernale" ( : "Ridda e fuga infernale") (Opera Mefistofele) (Arrigo Boito, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Feodor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestraAprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramophone Co.2-052309
(CR 390)
#2 
italian, russianbass with orchestra
Mefistofeles Aria ( ) (Son lo spirito che nega) (Opera Mefistofele, act 1) (Arrigo Boito, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Vincenzo Bellezza31-05-1926
London, Covent Garden
Leningrad Plant023688
italian, russianbass with orchestra
Mephistopheless aria ( ) (Opera Mefistofele, act 1) (Arrigo Boito, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Feodor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestraAprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramophone Co.2-052308
(CR 388)
-00285#1 
russianfolk choir with accordion
The Girls went on a Meadow in Springtime ( ), song (Vladimir Zakharov, lyrics by A. Chukhvarin)
M.E. Pyatnitsky Russian Folk Choir, acc. accordion, Conductor Petr Kazmin and Vladimir ZakharovMoscowAprelevka Plant (LP 78)
#2 
russianfolk choir with orchestra
Bitter beer ( ), song (Vladimir Zakharov, lyrics by Alexander Tvardovsky)
M.E. Pyatnitsky State Russian Folk Choir, acc. Russian Folk Orchestra, Conductor Petr Kazmin, Vladimir Zakharov, Vasily Khvatov1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants17358
-00286#1 
belarusian, russianfolk choir with accordion
Son-in-law and mother-in-law ( ), folk comic song (Vladimir Zakharov, lyrics by Alexander Tvardovsky)
M.E. Pyatnitsky Russian Folk Choir, acc. accordion, Conductor Petr Kazmin and Vladimir Zakharov, Solo by Nadezhda Grechukhina, D. ErshovMoscowAprelevka Plant (LP 78)
#2 
russianchorus
At the crossroad ( ), song (Vladimir Grigorjevich Zakharov, lyrics by Mikhail Isakovsky)
The Piatnitsky's State Russian National choir, Conductor Petr Kazmin and Vladimir Zakharov1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants15346
-288
russiansymphony orchestra
Three miracles ( ) (Opera Tale about Tsar Saltan) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Tale about Tsar Saltan)
All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1948
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant015749
-00302#1 
russianfolk choir with orchestra
On the Kuban steppe ( ), song (Film Dream of a Cossack) (Tikhon Khrenikov, lyrics by Yakov Shvedov)
M.E. Pyatnitsky Russian Folk Choir, acc. Russian Folk Orchestra, Conductor Petr Kazmin, Vladimir Zakharov, Vasily Khvatov1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants20279
#2 
russianfolk choir with orchestra
Our strength is in the matter of law ( ), song (Vladimir Zakharov, lyrics by Sergey Vladimirovich Mikhalkov)
1950
Moscow
18851
-0305
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Prologue 1 picture ( " ". 1 ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Sergey Krasovsky, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant019056
019057
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Prologue 1 picture ( " ". 1 (.2)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Ilya Petrovich Bogdanov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019058
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Prologue 1 picture ( " ". 1 ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra and choir, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019059
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Prologue 2 picture ( " ". . 2 (.)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Nikander Sergeevich Khanaev, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra and choir, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019060
-0306
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Prologue 2 picture ( " ". . 2 (.)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra and choir, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant019061
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Cell scene ( " ". ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Maxim Mikhailov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019062
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Cell scene ( " ". (.1)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Maxim Mikhailov, Georgy Mikhailovich Nalepp, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra and choir, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019063
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Cell scene ( " ". (.2)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Maxim Mikhailov, Georgy Mikhailovich Nalepp, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019064
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Cell scene ( " ". (.)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Maxim Mikhailov, Georgy Mikhailovich Nalepp, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra and choir, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019065
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Cell scene ( " ". ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexandra Kuzminichna (Sokhova) Turchina, Vasily Nikitich Lubentsov, Vasily Ivanovich Yakushenko, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra and choir, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019066
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Cell tavern (cont. 1) ( " ". (. 1)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Georgy Mikhailovich Nalepp, Alexandra Kuzminichna (Sokhova) Turchina, Vasily Nikitich Lubentsov, Vasily Ivanovich Yakushenko, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019067
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Cell tavern (cont. 1) ( " ". (. 2)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
019068
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Cell tavern (cont. 3) ( " ". (. 3)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Georgy Mikhailovich Nalepp, Alexandra Kuzminichna (Sokhova) Turchina, Vasily Nikitich Lubentsov, Vasily Ivanovich Yakushenko, Sergey Alexandrovich Krasovsky, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019069
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Cell tavern (cont. 4) ( " ". (. 4)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Georgy Mikhailovich Nalepp, Alexandra Kuzminichna (Sokhova) Turchina, Vasily Nikitich Lubentsov, Sergey Alexandrovich Krasovsky, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019070
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Cell tavern (end.) ( " ". (.)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
019071
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 2 action. Scene in the tower ( " ". 2 . ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Elena Dmitrievna Kruglikova, Evgenia Matveevna Verbitskaya, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019072
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 2 action. Scene in the tower (cont.1) ( " ". 2 . (. 1)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Bronislava Yakovlevna Zlatogorova , Evgenia Matveevna Verbitskaya, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019073
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 2 action. Scene in the tower (cont.2) ( " ". 2 . (. 2)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, Bronislava Yakovlevna Zlatogorova, Elena Dmitrievna Kruglikova, Evgenia Matveevna Verbitskaya, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019074
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 2 action. Scene in the tower (cont.3) ( " ". 2 . (. 3)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019075
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 2 action. Scene in the tower (cont.4) ( " ". 2 . (. 4)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, Alexander Nikolaevich Peregudov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019076
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 2 action. Scene in the tower (cont.5) ( " ". 2 . (. 5)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, Bronislava Yakovlevna Zlatogorova, Nikander Sergeevich Khanaev, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019077
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 2 action. Scene in the tower (cont.2) ( " ". 2 . (. 2)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, Bronislava Yakovlevna Zlatogorova, Elena Dmitrievna Kruglikova, Evgenia Matveevna Verbitskaya, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019074
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 2 action. Scene in the tower (cont.3) ( " ". 2 . (. 3)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019075
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 2 action. Scene in the tower (cont.4) ( " ". 2 . (. 4)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, Alexander Nikolaevich Peregudov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019076
-0307
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Scene under Kromy ( " ". ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra and choir, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant019094
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Boyar Duma. Boriss death (the ending) ( " ". . ()) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra and choir)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov and Bronislava Yakovlevna Zlatogorova, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019093
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Boyar Duma. Boriss death (the ending) ( " ". . (.4)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019092
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Boyar Duma. Boriss death (the ending) ( " ". . (.3)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, Maxim Dormidontovich Mikhailov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019091
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Boyar Duma. Boriss death (the ending) ( " ". . (.2)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra)
019090
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". Boyar Duma. Boriss death (the ending) ( " ". . (.1)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, Nikander Sergeevich Khanaev, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019089
Nikander Sergeevich Khanaev, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra and choir, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019088
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 3 action. Scene at St. Basils Cathedral (the ending) ( " ". 3 . ()) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, Ivan Semenovich Kozlovsky, Nikander Sergeevich Khanaev, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019087
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 3 action. Scene at St. Basils Cathedral (cont.) ( " ". 3 . (.)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, Ivan Semenovich Kozlovsky, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestraand choir, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019086
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 3 action. Scene at St. Basils Cathedral ( " ". 3 . ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Ivan Sipaev, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestraand choir, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019085
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 3 action. Fountain scene (end) ( " ". 3 . (.)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Maria Petrovna Maksakova and George Mikhailovich Nelepp, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019084
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 3 action. Fountain scene (cont.3) ( " ". 3 . (.3)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
019083
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 3 action. Fountain scene (cont.2) ( " ". 3 . (.2)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
019082
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 3 action. Fountain scene (cont.1) ( " ". 3 . (.1)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Maria Petrovna Maksakova and George Mikhailovich Nelepp, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra and choir, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019081
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 3 action. Fountain scene ( " ". 3 . ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
George Mikhailovich Nelepp, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019080
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 2 action. Scene in the tower (end.) ( " ". 2 . ( .)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019079
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 2 action. Scene in the tower (cont.6) ( " ". 2 . ( .6)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, Nikander Sergeevich Khanaev, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019078
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 3 action. Fountain scene (cont.1) ( " ". 3 . (.1)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Maria Petrovna Maksakova and George Mikhailovich Nelepp, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra and choir, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019081
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 3 action. Fountain scene ( " ". 3 . ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 3) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
George Mikhailovich Nelepp, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019080
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". 2 action. Scene in the tower (end.) ( " ". 2 . ( .)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Stepanovich Pirogov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019079
-0308
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". ( " ". (.)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Ivan Semenovich Kozlovsky, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant019099
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". ( " ". (.)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Georgy Mikhailovich Nelepp, Vasily Nikitich Lubentsov, Vasily Ivanovich Yakushenko, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019098
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". ( " ". (.4)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Vasily Nikitich Lubentsov, Vasily Ivanovich Yakushenko, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019097
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". ( " ". (.2)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Vasily Nikitich Lubentsov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019096
russian
Opera "Boris Godunov". ( " ". (.1)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra and choir, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov019095
-313
georgianstring quartet
2nd apartment (Sulkhan Fedorovich Tsintsadze)
State Quartet of the Georgian SSR: Boris Ivanovich Chiaureli - 1st violin, Givi Vladimirovich Khatiashvili - 2nd violin, Alexander Grigorievich Begalishvili - viola, Georgy Kirillovich Barnabishvili - cello1952Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-314
georgianstring quartet
2nd apartment (Sulkhan Fedorovich Tsintsadze)
State Quartet of the Georgian SSR: Boris Ivanovich Chiaureli - 1st violin, Givi Vladimirovich Khatiashvili - 2nd violin, Alexander Grigorievich Begalishvili - viola, Georgy Kirillovich Barnabishvili - cello1952Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-00315#1 
russianchorus and orchestra
Dawn (), song (Anatoly Grigorjevich Novikov, lyrics by Sergei Vasiliev)
The Choir Of Russian Song The All-Union Radio, acc. folk instruments orchestra, Conductor Anna Rudneva, Alexander Mikhailovich Ivanov-Kramskoy1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants18950
russianrussian folk chorus
Dawn (), song (Anatoly Novikov, lyrics by Sergei Aleksandrovich Vassiliev)
All-Union Radio Committee Russian Folk Song Chorus, acc. folk orchestra, Conductor Anna Rudneva, Aleksandr Ivanov-Kramskoi
#2 
russianrussian folk chorus
Harvest Song () (Alexey Koposov, lyrics by Mikhail Isakovsky)
All-Union Radio Committee Russian Folk Song Chorus, acc. folk orchestra, Conductor Anna Rudneva, Aleksandr Ivanov-Kramskoi, Solo by Antonina Frolova, M. Pinent19333
-00316#1 
russianchorus and orchestra
Listen to us, native country ( ), song (Anatoliy Novikov, lyrics by Lev Oshanin)
The Choir Of Russian Song The All-Union Radio, acc. folk instruments orchestra, Conductor Anna Rudneva, Alexander Mikhailovich Ivanov-Kramskoy1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants18910
-00323#1 
russianmale choir with orchestra
1. Chapaev the Hero walked on Urals (1. - 2. ), song (arr. Alexander Alexandrov)
Red Banner Soviet Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Boris AlexandrovMoscowAprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants20308
#2 
russianbass-baritone with choir and orchestra
[ru] [ru]Song about Frunze (Konstantin Macyutin, lyrics by A.Zemnaya)
Petr Kirichek, acc. The Red Banner named after A. V. Alexandrov Song and Dance Ensemble of the Soviet Army, Conductor Boris AlexandrovAprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-00324#1 
russianchoir with orchestra
[ru]1. 2. ( ), march song (Vladimir Vladimirovich Olovnikov, lyrics by Alexander Nikitich Loznevoy)
The Red Banner named after A. V. Alexandrov Song and Dance Ensemble of the Soviet Army, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Oleg Razumovsky and Vsevolod PuchkovMoscowAprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants17581
#2 
russianchoir with orchestra
Song about the Red Army ( ( )), march song (Alexander Alexandrov, lyrics by Osip Kolychev)
The Red Banner named after A. V. Alexandrov Song and Dance Ensemble of the Soviet Army, Conductor Boris AlexandrovAprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-00341
german, russianvoilin with piano
Album leaf ( ), solo piece (Wilhelm Richard Wagner)
Marina Kozolupova, acc. Irina Kozolupova (piano)MoscowAprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-00342
russianvoilin with piano
Night (), solo piece (Anton Grigorjevich Rubinstein)
Marina Kozolupova, acc. Irina Kozolupova (piano)MoscowAprelevka Plant (LP 78)
33-000343
russian
The magazine "Krugozor" 1966 02. The story of two songs Feodor Chaliapin. ( "" 02 1966. .) (lyrics by L. Kafanova)
Krugozor Magazine
R60-00347#2 
russianbaritone with dance orchestra
Reply on Black Eyes ( " " ( )), tango (Oskar Strock)
Mark Levin (Marek Belorusov), acc. orchestra, Conductor Marek Weber14-11-1930
Berlin
Russian Disc, Electrola30-5195
(BD 9276)
#6 
germandance orchestra with refrain
Balalaika (Spiel mir auf der Balalaika einen russischen Tango) (Bronislaw Kaper, lyrics by Fritz Rotter)
Marek Weber and his Orchestra, Conductor Marek Weber, Solo by Leo Monosson (vocal)1932
Berlin
Russian Disc, Gramplasttrest and major plants92
-349
russianviolin and piano
Sonata for violin and piano, part 1 & 2 ( , 1 2) (Cesar Franck)
David Oistrakh and Lev OborinAprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-350
russianviolin and piano
Sonata for violin and piano, part 3 & 4 ( , 3 4) (Cesar Franck)
David Oistrakh and Lev OborinAprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-00357
russianviolin with piano
[ru] 1) 2) , solo piece ([ru] )
Galina Bariniva, acc. Alexander Alexandrovich Dedyukhin (piano)MoscowAprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants18685
-00358
czech, russianviolin with piano
[ru] [ru] Song of love, solo piece (Josef Suk)
Galina Bariniva, acc. Alexander Alexandrovich Dedyukhin (piano)1952
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants21038
-00360
russianduet with orchestra
Long live youth ( ), song (Sigizmund Katz, lyrics by Anatoly Sofronov)
Georgy Abramov, Vladimir Bunchikov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Victor Knushevitsky13-01-1948
Moscow
LEF (2nd numbering)4113
russianbaritones with song ensemble
Long live youth! ( !), song (Sigizmund Abramovich Kats, lyrics by Anatoly Vladimirovich Sofronov)
Georgij Andrejevich Abramov and Vladimir Abramovich Bunchikov, acc. song ensemble of all-union broadcast committee1950
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants18733
-391
russiansymphony orchestra
Spanish capriccio, 1. Alborada 2. Variations ( , 1. 2. ), symphony piece (Symphonic poem Spanish capriccio) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Moscow Youth Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Kirill Kondrashin1949
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant017279
russiansymphony orchestra
Spanish capriccio, 2. Variations (end) 3. Alborada ( , 2. (.) 3. ), symphony piece (Symphonic poem Spanish capriccio) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
017280
russiansymphony orchestra
Spanish capriccio, 4. Scene ( , 4. ), symphony piece (Symphonic poem Spanish capriccio) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
017281
russiansymphony orchestra
Spanish capriccio, 4. Scene (end). 5. Fandango ( , 4. (.). 5. ), symphony piece (Symphonic poem Spanish capriccio) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
017282
russiansymphony orchestra
Spanish capriccio ( ), symphony piece (Symphonic poem Spanish capriccio) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-392
russianpiano with symphony orchestra
Concerto for piano and orchestra, op. 30 ( , . 30), symphony piece (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Svyatoslav Teofilovich Richter, acc. Moscow Youth Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Kirill Kondrashin1950
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant017956-1
(017956)
russianpiano with symphony orchestra
Concerto for piano and orchestra, op. 30, (cont. 1) ( , . 30, ( 1)), symphony piece (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
017957-2
(017957)
russianpiano with symphony orchestra
Concerto for piano and orchestra, op. 30, (cont. 2) ( , . 30, ( 2)), symphony piece (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
017958-3
(017958)
russianpiano with symphony orchestra
Concerto for piano and orchestra, op. 30, (end.) ( , . 30, ()), symphony piece (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
017959-4
(017959)
russianpiano with symphony orchestra
Concerto for piano and orchestra, op. 30 ( , . 30), symphony piece (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33)
-393
russianviolin with piano
Thinking, op.42 (, .42), chamber piece (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
David F. Oistrakh, acc. Vladimir Yefimovich Yampolsky (piano)1948
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant016044
russianviolin with piano
Meditation, Op. 42 (ending) (, .42 ()), chamber piece (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
016045
russianviolin with piano
Thinking, op.42 (, .42), chamber piece (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
016044
russianviolin with piano
Meditation, Op. 42 (ending) (, .42 ()), chamber piece (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
016045
-394
russianviolin with piano
Waltz Scherzo, op.34 (-, .34), chamber piece (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
David F. Oistrakh, acc. Vladimir Yefimovich Yampolsky (piano)1948
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78)-
-00395#1 
russianlyric tenor with piano
As the nightingale about rose ( ), song (Tikhon Nikolajevich Khrennikov, lyrics by Pavel Grigorievich Antokolsky)
Sergei Yakovlevich Lemeshev, acc. Tikhon Nikolajevich Khrennikov (piano)Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants20274
-00396#2 
russianlyric tenor with orchestra
Roads song ( ) (Isaac Osipovich Dunaevsky, lyrics by Sergei Aleksandrovich Vassiliev)
Sergei Yakovlevich Lemeshev, acc. orchestraMoscowSound letters64
-00404#1 
russianfemale vocal witg song ensemble
A maple was grown at the groves edge ( ), song (Valentin Aleksejevich Makarov, lyrics by Jacob Zakharovich Shvedov)
Aleksandra V. Yakovenko, acc. song ensemble of the all-union broadcast committeeAprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants17504
-00405#2 
russianbaritonal tenor
When on the Volga-river ( -), song (Valentin Aleksejevich Makarov, lyrics by Jacob Lvovich Belinsky)
Ivan Dimitrievich Shmelev, acc. Song ensemble of the All-Union Broadcast Committee1951
Moscow
Sound letters62
33-000406
russian
The magazine "Krugozor" 06 1966. About Dmitry Smirnov ( "" 06 1966. ), opera
Dmitry SmirnovMoscowKrugozor Magazine
-437
russiansymphony orchestra
Egmont Overture ( ""), symphony piece (Tragedy Egmont) (Ludwig van Beethoven)
All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1951
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant020885
russiansymphony orchestra
Egmont Ouverture ( ""), symphony piece (Tragedy Egmont) (Ludwig van Beethoven)
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants
-00444
russianviolin with piano
Melody (), solo piece ([ru] )
Galina Bariniva, acc. Alexander Alexandrovich Dedyukhin (piano)1953
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants022322
-00445
russianviolin with piano
[ru]1) 1, 2) 2, solo piece ([ru]1) , 2) )
Galina Bariniva, acc. Alexander Alexandrovich Dedyukhin (piano)MoscowAprelevka Plant (LP 78)
-453
hungarian, russianorchestra
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in C-sharp minor, S.244/2 ( 2), symphony piece (Ferenc Liszt)
All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Natan Rakhlin1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant19545
19546
Aprelevka Plant (LP 33), Gramplasttrest and major plants19543
-00458
russianbass with chorus and orchestra
Farewell of Boris - Farewell, my son ( - , ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra15-10-1911
St.-Petersburg
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramophone Co.022222
(2492½c)
-00459
russianbass with orchestra
The Prophet (), romance (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Albert Coates20-10-1927
London
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramophone Co.2-022043
(Cc 10957-2)
-00460
russianpiano
June - Barcarolla (ending) ( - ()), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Petr Tchaikovsky)
Lev Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant18140
russianpiano
Barcarole (June) ( ()), solo piece (Cycle The Seasons) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Lew Nikolaevich OborinAprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants18139
-00461#1 
russianpiano
On the Troika (November) ( ()), solo piece (Cycle The Seasons) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Lew Nikolaevich Oborin1950
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (LP 78), Gramplasttrest and major plants18146
#2 
russianpiano
Waltz (December) ( ()), solo piece (Cycle The Seasons) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Lew Nikilarvich Oborin18147
-489
russianviolin with orchestra
Concerto for violin and orchestra, part 3 ( , 3 ), symphony piece (Dmitry Borisovich Kabalevsky)
David Oistrakh, acc. USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Dmitry Borisovich Kabalevsky1949
Moscow
Leningrad Plant17235-5
(17235)
russianviolin with orchestra
Concerto for violin and orchestra, part 3 (ending) ( , 3 ()), symphony piece (Dmitry Borisovich Kabalevsky)
17236-6
(17236)
russianviolin with orchestra
Concerto for violin and orchestra, part 1 ( , 1 ), symphony piece (Dmitry Borisovich Kabalevsky)
17231-1
(17231)
russianviolin with orchestra
Concerto for violin and orchestra, part 1 (ending) ( , 1 ()), symphony piece (Dmitry Borisovich Kabalevsky)
17232-2
(17232-)
 
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