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The Chronicles of V.I. Rebikoff and Co. Label in Russia 1903  1906 (      ..  º 1903  1906) (bernikov)
The Chronicles of V.I. Rebikoff ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

SYRENA-RECORD Catalog (in Russian) ( -Ļ) (bernikov)
SYRENA-RECORD Catalog (in ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

Catalog of phohograph records EXTRAPHONE Company (     ͻ) (bernikov)
Catalog of phohograph records ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

Alexander Chevtschenko discography (draft) (   ()) (Lotz)
Alexander Chevtschenko ...
Dr. Rainer E. Lotz

 

Monologue of Khlopusha ( ) (Poem Pugachev) (Zonofon)
Monologue of Khlopusha ( ...
Ryazan - Atelier of sound letters

 

Year 1934 (1934 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1934 (1934 )
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Year 1935 (1935 )
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Muztrust (1930) ( (1930)) (Wiktor)
Muztrust (1930) ( ...
Mustrust Record Catalogs

 

Muztrust (1931) ( (1931)) (Wiktor)
Muztrust (1931) ( ...
Mustrust Record Catalogs

 

Muztrust (1933) ( (1933)) (Wiktor)
Muztrust (1933) ( ...
Mustrust Record Catalogs

 

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Year 1936 (1936 )
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Year 1937 (1937 )
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1951
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1952
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Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Columbia Record
DM 2065
(CJL128)
RussianComic Tale
The Poultry Seller ( ), monologue (lyrics by Daniil Dolsky)
Daniil DolskyLondonColumbia (Japan)DM 2065
Decca (US)
G-20415 A
(QU 487)
Russian
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power (part I) ( - ( 1)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Georges Baklanov, acc. orchestra26-09-1929
Berlin
Decca (US)G-20415
G-20415 B
(QU 488)
Russian
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power (part II) ( - ( 2)) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Georges Baklanov, acc. orchestra26-09-1929
Berlin
Decca (US)G-20415
Deutsche Grammophon (Berlin)
 22204
(418az)
German, RussianBass with piano
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Leo Schutzendorf, acc. pianoSchallplatte Grammophon65816
B 22205
(419az)
GermanBass with piano
Boriss monologue - Ah, I am Suffocating (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Leo Schutzendorf, acc. pianoSchallplatte Grammophon65816
Edison (cylinders)
15681
Monolog
Talk of a dunken man with the Moon, monologue
Anton FertnerEdison Goldguss Walze
Electrola
32-2261
(2B 577)
3
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Max Steiman06-06-1931
London
ElectrolaDB 1532
32-2262
(2B 578)
2
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - Ah, I am Suffocating ( - , ! ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Max Steiman06-06-1931
London
ElectrolaDB 1532
DB 21207
(2 EA 14629)
1
RussianBass with orchestra
Dositheuss monologue (part 1) ( - ( 1-)) (Opera Khovantschina, act 5) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Boris Christoff, acc. orchestra, Conductor Issay DobroweinElectrolaDB 21207
DB 21207
(2 EA 14632)
RussianBass with orchestra
Dositheuss monologue (part 2) ( - ( 2-)) (Opera Khovantschina, act 5) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Boris Christoff, acc. orchestra, Conductor Issay Dobrowein~1950ElectrolaDB 21207
Favorite Record
1-75207
(8301-0-)
RussianBaritone with orchestra
Demons monologue - Accursed World! ( - !) (Opera The Demon, act 1) (Anton G. Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Nikolay A. Shevelev, acc. orchestra30-10-1909
Moscow
Favorite (Black with stars)
1-77199
,
"",
Favorite Record (Catalog of 1910)
1-77207
,
Favorite Record (Catalog of 1910)
1-78002
,
" " ()
..Favorite Record (Catalog of 1910)
Fonotipia
92601
(xPh 4111)
Italian, RussianBaritone with orchestra
Aria of Boris: Potente sono e forte ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Francesco Maria Bonini, acc. orchestra10-1909...11-1909
Milan
Fonotipia
Gosprossnab NKP (own recordings)
1032
Russian
//, speech (lyrics by Anatoly V. Lunacharsky)
Anatoly V. Lunacharsky1923
Moscow
Gosprossnab NKP (own recordings)
Gramophone Co.
022157
(2016&)
#189;c
RussianBass with Orchestra
Pimens monologue - Yet one more tale, the last ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor M. Semenov31-08-1910
Moscow
Monarch (Angel)
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor M.I.Semenov
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor M. Semenov
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor M. SemenovAmour GramophoneM 022157
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor M.I.Semenov
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor M.SemenovSample Records
32-2261
(2B 577)
3
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. London Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Max Steiman06-06-1931
London, Small Kingsway Hall
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 1532
32-2262
(2B 578)
2
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - Ah, I am Suffocating ( - , ! ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. London Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Max Steiman06-06-1931
London, Small Kingsway Hall
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 1532
022270
(2617c)
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Nikolay Shevelev, acc. orchestra25-04-1912
Moscow
Monarch (Cupid)
21423
(7027r)
RussianTalking
Neshchastlivtzevs monologue ( ), theatre performance (Play The Forest, act 5) (Alexander Ostrovsky)
Boris S. Borisov (Gurovich)1909
Moscow
Concert (Cupid)
4-22034
(7067r)
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Pari siamo ( - ) (Opera Rigoletto, act 1) (Verdi, based on: Victor Hugo: Drama The King Amuses Himself)
N.A.Shevelev, acc. orchestra12-1909
Moscow
Concert (Cupid)
3-22809
(7749L)
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Demons monologue - Accursed World! ( - !) (Opera The Demon, act 1) (Anton Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Nikolay Shevelev, acc. orchestra, Conductor Ivan Arkadev09-1908
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Cupid)
21386
(8563L)
RussianTalking
Famusovs monologue ( ), theatre performance (Comedy Distress of Mind, act 4) (Aleksander Griboyedov)
Boris Borisov (Gurovich)01-1909
Moscow
Concert (Cupid)
21441
(15912b)
RussianDeclamation
Final monologue of the Town Governor ( ) (Comedy The Government Inspector) (lyrics by Nikolay Gogol)
Vladimir Davydov(Ivan Gorelov)02-10-1911
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Cupid)
21442
(15913b)
RussianDeclamation
Famusov Monologue ( ) (Comedy Woe from Wit) (lyrics by Aleksander Griboyedov)
Vladimir Davydov(Ivan Gorelov)02-10-1911
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Cupid)
4-22368
(16516b)
RussianBass with Orchestra
Demons monologue - Accursed World! ( - !) (Opera The Demon, act 1) (Anton Grigorjevich Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Lev M. Sibiryakov, acc. orchestra06-05-1912
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Cupid) 4-22368
RussianBass with Orchestra
Demons monologue - Accursed World! ( - !) (Opera Demone, act 1) (Anton Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Lev Sibiryakov (Lavrentev), acc. orchestraHis Masters Voice (HMV)EK52
4-22369
(16517b)
RussianBass with Orchestra
Demons arioso - I am he whose voice you heard ( - , ) (Opera The Demon, act 3) (Anton Grigorjevich Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Lev Sibiryakov (Spivak), acc. orchestra06-05-1912
Moscow
Concert (Cupid) 4-22368
DB 6948
(2 EA 13855)
RussianBass with orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Boris Christoff, acc. orchestra, Conductor Issay Dobrowein~1950La Voce del PadroneDB 6948
DB 6948
(2 EA 13856)
RussianBass with orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power (end) ( - ()) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Boris Christoff, acc. orchestra, Conductor IssaY Dobrowein~1950La Voce del PadroneDB 6948
2-022018
(Cc2015-3)
RussianBass with Orchestra
Pimens monologue - Yet one more tale, the last ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor George W.Byng23-10-1922
London
The Gramophone Co. Ltd (pasteover)DB612
2-022054
(CR 2134)
1▲
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - Ah, I am Suffocating ( - , ! ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. chorus and orchestra, Conductor Vincenzo Bellezza04-07-1928
Covent Garden Opera House, London
Gramola (pasteover)DB1182
Gramplasttrest and successors
206
Russian
Arbenin monologue ( ) (Drama Masquerade, act 1) (lyrics by Mikhail Lermontov)
Yuri M. Yuriev1934
Moscow
SovSong 304
 175
Plant of 1905 Year-175
207
Russian
Arbenin monologue (ending) ( ()) (Drama Masquerade, act 1) (lyrics by Mikhail Lermontov)
Yuri M. Yuriev1934
Moscow
SovSong 304
 175
Plant of 1905 Year-175
463
RussianDeclamation
Dialogue Satin ( ), theatre performance (Play On the Bottom, act 4) (Maxim Gorky)
Vasily Kachalov1935
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant307 
 249
Noginsk Plant
464
RussianDeclamation
Dialogue Satin (the end) ( ()), theatre performance (Play On the Bottom, act 4) (Maxim Gorky)
Vasily Kachalov1935
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant307 
 249
598
RussianDeclamation
Monologue in the Senate ( ), scene (Play Otello) (lyrics by William Shakespeare)
Leonid Leonidov07-05-1935
Moscow
SovSong  309
 288
Noginsk Plant  309 
 288
0727
RussianDeclamation
Monologue of Boris ( ), scene (Drama Boris Godunov) (lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
Vasily Kachalov (Shverubovich)1935
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 304
3984
Russian
Postman Monologue ( ), poem (Play Million postmen) (lyrics by Agniya Barto)
M.M.Eschenko1936
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 688
4505
RussianDeclamation
Tusenbachs Monologue ( ) (Play The Tree Sisters, act 3) (lyrics by )
Vasily Kachalov1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant382
843
4543
RussianDeclamation
Horodnichys monologue ( ) (Comedy The Government Inspector, act 1) (lyrics by Nikolay Gogol)
Ivan Moskvin1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant386 
 806
4961
RussianDeclamation
Salieri Monologue ( ) (Drama Mozart and Salieri, act 1) (lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
Michael Frantsevich Lenin (Ignatyuk)1937
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant-905
4962
RussianDeclamation
Salieri Monologue ( ) (Drama Mozart and Salieri, act 1) (lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
Michael Frantsevich Lenin (Ignatyuk)1937
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant-905
5560
RussianDeclamation
Mothers monologue ( ), short story (The play Glory, act 4) (lyrics by Victor Gusev)
Maria Blumenthal-Tamarina1937
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 067
Noginsk Plant
RussianDeclamation
Mothers monologue ( ), short story ([ru] [ru], act 4) (lyrics by Victor Gusev)
5629
RussianBass with Orchestra
Pimens monologue - Yet one more tale, the last ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Vladimir Kastorsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Daniil Pokhitonov1937
Leningrad
Aprelevka Plant 1476
5630
RussianBass with Orchestra
Pimens monologue - Yet one more tale, the last ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Vladimir Kastorsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Daniil Pokhitonov1937
Leningrad
Aprelevka Plant 1476
 1476
5699
RussianTheatre Performance
Neshchastlivtzevs monologue ( ), theatre performance ([ru] The Forest, act 5) (Alexander Ostrovsky)
Yury Yuryev1937
Leningrad
Noginsk Plant 1476
5700
RussianTheatre Performance
Neshchastlivtzevs monologue (ending) ( ()), theatre performance (Comedy The Forest, act 5) (Alexander Ostrovsky)
Yury Yuryev1937
Leningrad
Noginsk Plant 1476
5727
RussianScene from the play
Monologue of Krutitsy ( ), scene (Comedy [ru] , , act 4) (lyrics by Alexander Ostrovsky)
Boris Gorin-Goryainov1937
Leningrad
Aprelevka Plant 1476
5729
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Monologue of Matyushenko ( ) (Opera Battleship Potemkin) (Oles' Chishko, lyrics by Sergey Spassky)
Georgy Nelepp, acc. Leningrad Theatre orchestra, Conductor Ary Pazovsky1937
Leningrad
Aprelevka Plant 1476
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Monologue of Matyushenko (part 1) ( ()) (Opera Battleship Potemkin, act 4) (Oles' Chishko, lyrics by Sergey Spassky)
Georgy Nelepp, acc. orchestra of leningrad theatre of opera and ballet, Conductor Ary PazovskyNoginsk Plant 1476
5730
RussianChoir with Orchestra
Monologue of Matyushenko (continuation) ( ()) (Opera Battleship Potemkin, act 4) (Oles' Chishko, lyrics by Sergey Spassky)
Georgy Nelepp, Z.Vodzinsky, Ya. Mishenko, A.Fomin, acc. Kirov Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Ary Pazovsky1937
Leningrad
Noginsk Plant 1476
RussianTenor and choir with orchestra
Monologue of Matyushenko (part 2) ( ()) (Opera Battleship Potemkin, act 4) (Oles' Chishko, lyrics by Sergey Spassky)
Georgy Nelepp, Z.Vodzinsky, Ya. Mishenko, A.Fomin, acc. choir and orchestra of leningrad theatre of opera and ballet, Conductor Ary Pazovsky 1476
5731
RussianChoir with Orchestra
Monologue of Matyushenko (ending) ( ()) (Opera Battleship Potemkin) (Oles' Chishko, lyrics by Sergey Spassky)
Georgy Nelepp, Z.Vodzinsky, Ya. Mishenko, A.Fomin, acc. Kirov Theatre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Ary Pazovsky1937
Leningrad
Noginsk Plant 1476
RussianTenor and choir with orchestra
Monologue of Matyushenko (part 3) ( ()) (Opera Battleship Potemkin, act 4) (Oles' Chishko, lyrics by Sergey Spassky)
Georgy Nelepp, Z.Vodzinsky, Ya. Mishenko, A.Fomin, acc. choir and orchestra of leningrad theatre of opera and ballet, Conductor Ary Pazovsky 1476
5970
English, RussianDeclamation
Monologue in the Senate ( ), scene (Play Otello) (lyrics by William Shakespeare, translated by Anna Radlova)
Alexander Ostuzhev1937
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 0141
8236
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Pirogov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1939
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 1616
Alexander Pirogov, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov
8237
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power(Ending) ( - ()) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Pirogov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1939
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 1616
Alexander Pirogov, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov
8248
RussianDramatic Composition
Karenins First Explanation with Anna ( ), theatre performance (Novel Anna Karenina) (arr. Nikolay Volkov, lyrics by Lev Tolstoy)
Nikolay Khmelev1938
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 1639
08294
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - Ah, I am Suffocating ( - , ! ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor MaxSteimanAprelevka Plant
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Max Steiman
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor MaxSteimanLeningrad Plant 0970
8312
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. London Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Max Steiman06-06-1931
London, Small Kingsway Hall
Aprelevka Plant 1731
Noginsk Plant
Leningrad Plant
8313
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power (Ending) ( - ()) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. London Symphony Orchestra, Conductor M.Steiman06-06-1931
London, Kingsway Hall
Aprelevka Plant 1732
 1732
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. (orchestra), Conductor M.Steiman06-06-1931
, -
Noginsk Plant
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. London Symphony Orchestra, Conductor M.Steiman06-06-1931
London, Kingsway Hall
Leningrad Plant 1732
8972
Russian
Famusov Monologue ( ) (Comedy Woe from Wit) (lyrics by Aleksander Griboyedov)
Vasily Kachalov1939
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 2440
8973
Russian
Famusov Monologue (ending) ( ()) (Comedy Woe from Wit) (lyrics by Aleksander Griboyedov)
Vasily Kachalov1939
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 2441
9858
RussianTheatre Performance
Governors Monologue ( ), theatre performance (Comedy The Government Inspector, act 5) (lyrics by Nikolay Gogol)
Nikolay Yakovlev1939
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant-3241
10136
RussianTenor with Piano
A Night at the Dacha ( ()), comic short story (lyrics by Yakov Rudin)
Vladimir Khenkin, acc. Semen Mosevitsky (piano)02-1940
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 108
Noginsk Plant
10805
English, Russian
Hamlets monologue ( ) (Tragedy Hamlet, act 2) (lyrics by William Shakespeare)
Vasily Kachalov1941
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 72
12244
RussianBass with Orchestra
Pimens monologue - Yet one more tale, the last ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Maxim Mikhailov, acc. all-union radio committee symphony orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1944
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 760
12245
RussianBass with Orchestra
Pimens Monologue - Yet one more tale, the last(Ending) ( - ()) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Maxim Mikhailov, acc. all-union radio committee symphony orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1944
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 760
012291
RussianBass with Orchestra
Pimens monologue - Yet one more tale, the last ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestraAprelevka Plant
15308
RussianBaritons with Orchestra
Demons Monologue - Accursed World ( - ) (Opera The Demon, act 1) (Anton Grigorjevich Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Andrey Ivanov, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud1947
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 622
15407
English, RussianDeclamation
Hamlets monologue ( ) (Tragedy Hamlet, act 2) (lyrics by William Shakespeare)
Vasily Kachalov1941
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant-687
15408
English, RussianDeclamation
Hamlets monologue ( ) (Tragedy Hamlet, act 2) (lyrics by William Shakespeare)
Vasily Kachalov1941
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant-687
16797
Russian
Chatsky monologue ( ) (Comedy Woe from Wit) (lyrics by Aleksander Griboyedov)
A.I. YuzhinLeningrad Plant
23025
RussianDeclamation
Monologue of modern Hlestakov ( ) (lyrics by Vladimir Solomonovich Polyakov)
Arkadiy Isaakovich Raykin1953
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices)
23026
RussianDeclamation
Monologue of modern Hlestakov (ending) ( ()) (lyrics by Vladimir Solomonovich Polyakov)
Arkadiy Isaakovich Raykin1953
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices)
Homokord
Pl.29008a
(77116)
YiddishMonolog
Tscherne Fodert Alimenten Part 1
Morris Lampe and Fanny Mendelewitsch1930
Warszawa
Homocord (red)Pl.29008
Pl.29008b
(77117)
YiddishMonolog
Tscherne Fodert Alimenten Part 2
Morris Lampe, Fanny Mendelewitsch~1930
Warszawa
Homocord (red)Pl.29008
Pl.29081a
(77118)
YiddishMonolog
A Jüd Mit Higiene
Morris Lampe1925-1930
Warszawa
Homocord (red)Pl.29081
Pl.29081b
(77119)
YiddishMonolog
Der Kelemer Magid
Morris Lampe1926-1929
Warszawa
Homocord (red)Pl.29081
4-8959
(M 416)
D
GermanBass with orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Michael Gitowsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Felix GuntherBerlinHomocord
4-9027
(M 533)
RussianBass with Orchestra
Pimens monologue - Yet one more tale, the last ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Mikhail Zhitkovsky, acc. orchestra27-06-1929
Berlin
Homocord4-9027
Kalliope
1318
PolishComic
Stutterer (JĄKAŁA), monologue
Antoni Fertner [?]Anonimous
Leningrad - "Mineral" and "Plastmass" Artels
7061
Russian, RussianComic talking
On the aerodrome ( ), comic scene (Performance Around the World in 80 days) (lyrics by Vladimir Polyakov)
Arkadiy Raykin1951
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 240-51
7071
Russian, RussianComic talking
On the aerodrome ( ), comic scene (Performance Around the World in 80 days) (lyrics by Vladimir Polyakov)
Arkadiy Raykin1951
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 240-51
Lenmuztrust
5-192 A
(1152)
German, RussianSymphonic Orchestra and Reader
Klerkhens Death and Egmonts Monologue ( ), symphony piece (Tragedy Egmont) (Ludwig van Beethoven, lyrics by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
Orchestra of Leningrad State Philarmony and Yuriy Yur'ev, Conductor Nikolay Rabinovich1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrest (Leningrad) 1737
5-192 B
(1153)
German, RussianReader
Egmonts Monologue (prolongation 1) ( ( 1)) (Tragedy Egmont) (lyrics by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
Yuriy Yur'ev1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrest (Leningrad) 1737
5-193 B
(1154)
German, RussianSymphonic Orchestra and Reader
Egmonts Monologue (prolongation 2) ( ( 2)) (Tragedy Egmont) (Ludwig van Beethoven, lyrics by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
Yuriy Yur'ev, acc. orchestra of leningrad state philarmony, Conductor Nikolay Rabinovich1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrest (Leningrad) 1737
5-193 B
(1155)
German, RussianSymphonic Orchestra and Reader
Egmonts Monologue (ending) and Symphony of Victory ( () ) (Tragedy Egmont) (Ludwig van Beethoven, lyrics by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
Yuriy Yur'ev, acc. orchestra of leningrad state philarmony, Conductor Nikolay Rabinovich1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrest (Leningrad) 1737
MusTrust (electric process)
75
RussianDeclamation
Mechanical Citizens ( ), monologue
Grigory Afonin1928
Moscow
MusTrust VSNH (el)22251
77
RussianDeclamation
Happy Holiday ( ), monologue
Grigory Afonin1928
Moscow
MusTrust VSNH (el)22251
0751
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I Have Attained the Highest Power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexander Pirogov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov18-03-1930
Moscow
KPO (el)05025
new
Muza
X 2144 b
(Z.N.D.x 2682)
2
Russian, PolishBass with orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Monolog Borysa) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Edmund Kossowski, acc. Orchestra of the State Opera Stanisław Moniuszko in Poznań, Conductor Walerian Bierdlajew12-01-1953
Moscow
Muza
Muzpred (reissues)
3-22809
(7749L)
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Demons monologue - Accursed World! ( - !) (Opera The Demon, act 1) (Anton Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: : Poem The Demon)
Nikolay Shevelev, acc. orchestra, Conductor Ivan Arkadev09-1908
St.-Petersburg
Muzpred NKP (blue band)
MuzTrust (general list)
1270
(7749L)
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Demons monologue - Accursed World! ( - !) (Opera The Demon, act 1) (Anton Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Nikolay Shevelev, acc. orchestra, Conductor Ivan Arkadev09-1908
St.Petersburg
(general list) red16102
Odeon-Record
O-7726 a
(2-79510)
RussianBaritone with orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
George Baklanov, acc. orchestraOdeon-RecordO-7726
107001
(XRu 410)
RussianDeclamation
Monologue of Osip - 1st Part ( - 1 ) (Play The Government Inspector) (lyrics by Nikolay Gogol)
Konsatntin Varlamov1910
St.Petersburg
Odeon-Record21000a
RussianDeclamation
Osips Monologue (part 1) ( ()) (Play The Government Inspector) (lyrics by Nikolay Gogol)
107002
(XRu 411)
RussianDeclamation
Monologue of Osip - 2nd Part ( - 2 ) (Play The Government Inspector) (lyrics by Nikolay Gogol)
Konsatntin Varlamov1910
St.Petersburg
Odeon-Record21000b
RussianDeclamation
Osips Monologue (part 2) ( ()) (Play The Government Inspector) (lyrics by Nikolay Gogol)
107000
(XRu 415)
RussianDeclamation
Monologue of Yusov ( ) (Play A Profitable Position, act 3) (lyrics by Alexander Ostrovsky)
Konsatntin Varlamov1910
St.Petersburg
Odeon-Record21001b
Opera Disc
76428
(2016&)
#189;c
RussianBass with Orchestra
Pimens monologue - Yet one more tale, the last ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor M. Semenov31-08-1910
Moscow
Opera Disc
Płyta Polska
10574
PolishMonolog
Kugielman w wojsku
CybulskiPłyta Polska535
10575
PolishMonolog
Antek w kinie
CybulskiPłyta Polska535
10678
PolishMonolog
Narzeczona z trzema warunkami
Bim-BomPłyta Polska558
Parlophon
B. 23079-II
(79136)
RussianMonologue
Jo-Jo (-), monologue (lyrics by Pavel Troitsky)
Pavel Troitsky1930
Berlin
Parlophon (Germany, red)B. 23079
Pathé Record
21896
(17784)
RussianBaritone with Piano
Demons monologue - Accursed World! ( - !) (Opera The Demon, act 1) (Anton Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Joachim Tartakov, acc. piano1903
St.-Petersburg
Etched Labels é
24228
(62167)
RA
Russiantalking genre
Monologue of Mayor ( . .. ), short story
Boris Samoylovich BorisovEtched Labels é
20552
((14)-RA-2153)
RussianBass with orch
Pimens monologue - Yet one more tale, the last ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Vasily Petrov, acc. orchestra1914
St.Petersburg
Etched Labels é
Polydor-Vox
566.533 A
(PO4-8236)
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Alexandr Pirogov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1939
Moscow
Polydor-Vox566.533
Soviet with pre-revolutional labels
022157
(2016&)
#189;c
RussianBass with Orchestra
Pimens monologue - Yet one more tale, the last ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor M.Semenov31-08-1910
Moscow
Soviet with original pre-revolutional labelsM 022157
Syrena Record
9212
Russiansatirical monologue
Conversation with a Rouble Coin ( ), satyrical monologue (lyrics by Sergei Sokolsky)
Sergei Sokolsky03-1910...05-1910
Moscow
9213
Russiansatirical monologue
Swine (), satyrical monologue (lyrics by Sergei Sokolsky)
Sergei Sokolsky03-1910...05-1910
Moscow
9323
Russian
, theatre performance ( ) (lyrics by )
()Syrena-Record
10150
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Demons monologue - Accursed World! ( - !) (Opera The Demon, act 1) (Anton Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Nikolay Shevelev, acc. orchestra01-1911
20752
Yiddish, PolishMonolog
A drunkard cantor (A chazen a schiker), I teil (אַ חזן אַַ שכור), monologue (lyrics by Maurice Schwartz (Avram Moishe Schwartz))
Abraham Kurtz1930
Warsaw
Syrena-Electro5283
20753
Yiddish, PolishMonolog
A drunkard cantor (A chazen a schiker), II teil (אַ חזן אַַ שכור), monologue (Maurice Schwartz (Avram Moishe Schwartz))
Abraham Kurtz1930
Warsaw
Syrena-Electro5283
24216
YiddishMonolog
Krzyżowa Merchants, comic scene (I.Oberzanek)
S.Dzigan, I.Szumacher1929...1938
Lodz
Syrena-Electro5409
24219
YiddishMonolog
On the battlefield, comic scene (M.Nadir)
S.Dzigan, I.Szumacher1929...1938
Lodz
Syrena-Electro5409
Victor
14517-B
(2B 577)
3
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. London Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Max Steiman06-06-1931
London, Small Kingsway Hall
Victor (red seal)14517
14517-A
(2B 578)
2
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - Ah, I am Suffocating ( - , ! ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. London Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Max Steiman06-06-1931
London, Small Kingsway Hall
Victor (red seal)14517
4099-A
RussianBass with Orchestra
Dositheuss monologue- Came the time of gloom and soul doom ( - ) (Opera Khovanchina, act 1) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Vladimir Shushlin, acc. orchestra1928
Harbin
Victrola (scroll)4099
Vox
*03377
(1305 &)
#189; A
RussianBass with Orchestra
Boriss monologue - I have attained the highest power ( - ) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 2) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Vladimir Kastorsky, acc. orchestra1923
Berlin
Vox*03377
Zonophone
-61106
(931Reb)
RussianDeclamation
Osips Monologue ( ), theatre performance (Comedy The Government Inspector) (lyrics by Nikolay Gogol)
Konsatntin VarlamovSt.PetersburgInternational Zonophone
X-2-62316
(1127r)
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Demons monologue - Accursed World! ( - !) (Opera The Demon, act 1) (Anton Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Pavel Andreev, acc. orchestra6-1906
St.-Petersburg
International Zonophone
X-61440
(1209ae)
RussianTalking
Chanticler (), comic poem (lyrics by Stanislav Sarmatov)
Stanislav Sarmatov11-08-1910
Kharkov
International Zonophone
X-61442
(1213ae)
RussianComic verses
Memories of a flea ( ), monologue (lyrics by Stanislav Sarmatov)
Stanislav Sarmatov12-08-1910
Kharkov
International Zonophone
X-61246
(1400z)
Russian
Dmitri Samozvants monologue ( ), melodeclamation (lyrics by Ostrovsky)
R. B. APOLLONSKY1903
St.-Petersburg
International Zonophone 61246
X-3-62175
(4042ae)
RussianTenor with Orchestra
There lived a kind man ( (- )) (Operetta The Marriage Market) (Victor Jacoby)
Mikhail D. Ksendzovsky, acc. orchestra22-11-1912
Moscow
Zonophone (Gramophone)
X-61235
(4367h)
UkrainianTalking
The Flirtations of Sotsky: Michael Sotskys monologue (Kropivnitzky)
M.L.Kropivnitzky4-1906
Poltava
Zonophone (Gramophone)
 
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