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The Chronicles of ZWUKOPIS Label in Russia 1910  1916 (      ܻ 1910  1916) (bernikov)
The Chronicles of ZWUKOPIS ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

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

 

Gramophone Co. In Russia (1905 -1911), Part 2. A Life For The Tsar And For The Beloved Self (in Russian) (    (1905 -1911 .),   2.       .) (Tikhon)
Gramophone Co. In Russia (1905 ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

a) My star; b) Fairy (end) (a)  ; )  ()) (dima)
a) My star; b) Fairy (end) (a) ...
Audiodisc

 

Year 1942 (three digits wartime system) (1942   (   )) (Wiktor)
Year 1942 (three digits wartime ...
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

1951  (Wiktor)
1951
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

       
Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Éditions de lOiseau-Lyre
O.L. 70
(1261)
RussianOrchestra
Thus Spoke Zarathustra, op. 17, part III (end) ( , . 17, III ()) (Ivan Vischnegradsky)
Monique Haas, Ina Marika, Edward Staempfli, Max Vredenburg, Conductor Ivan VischnegradskyFranceÉditions de lOiseau-LyreO.L. 70
Artel "Gramplastmass" (pre-war numbering)
475
(475 )
RussianDeclamation, Male Choir with Orchestra
The First Cavalry Army (Ending) ( ()), melodeclamation (Alexander Alexandrov)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by A. Gorsky1936
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (pre-war numbering) 1683
Asch Records
8002-B
(3722)
RussianBass with Orchestra
Are you well, Prince? (end) ( ()) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Maxim Mikhailov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1936
Moscow
Asch Records8002
Bellaccord Electro
4127
(107 )
RussianJazz-Ensemble
Dance fantasy (end) ( ()), medley (Nikita Bogoslovsky, arr. B. Moiseev)
Jazz-Ensemble~1947
Riga
Bellaccord Electro4127
 169
4123
(5414)
A
RussianAccordion with Piano
Potpourri on Songs of Soviet Composers ( ), medley (Isaak Dunayevsky, Pavel Armand, Dmitry and Daniil Pokrass, Lev Knipper, Matvey Blanter, Konstantin Listov, arr. Bennaar Chuzhoi)
Bennaar Chuzhoi, acc. M. Gloria (piano)1947
Riga
Bellaccord Electro 105
Centropechat
-076
Russian
, () (lyrics by Demyan Bedny (Efim A. Pridvorov))
Boris Samoilovich Borisov (Gurovich)31-05-1919
Moscow
Centropechat
-090
Russianmixed choir
(), anthem ( , lyrics by ( ))
"Soviet Record" Choir31-05-1919
Moscow
Centropechat
DISC
4002-B
(6462)
RussianSoprano with Orchestra
Gorislavas cavatina - What sweet sounds...Wondrous star of love .... O my Ratmir (ending) ( - ... ... ()) (Opera Ruslan and Lyudmila, act 3) (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Mikhail Glinka, Konstantin Bakhturin, Valerian Shirkov, Nikolay Markevich,Nestor Kukolnik,Mikhail Gedeonov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Ruslan and Ludmila)
Elena Slivinskaya, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud, Solo by I. Vorobyev (bassoon)1938
Moscow
DISC4002
Dom Zvukozapisy (Records)
11865
RussianBariton with choir and orchestra
The well wind (ending) ( ()), song (Anatoliy Novikov, lyrics by G.Frolovskiy)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by Oleg Razumovsky01-1944
Moscow
Dom Zvukozapisy (Records)382/44
17419
RussianBass and Orchestra
Alekos cavatina - The whole gipsy camp is sleeping, Ending ( - , ) (Opera Aleko, act 1) (Sergey Rakhmaninov, lyrics by Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Gypsies)
, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor 1949
Moscow
Dom Zvukozapisy (Records)-691
Electrola
32-2992
(2B 2915)
1
RussianPiano with orchestra
Concerto 1 for piano with orchestra, part 2 (end) ( 1 , 2- ()), symphony piece (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Arthur Rubinstein, acc. london symphony orchestra, Conductor John Barbirolli1935
London
ElectrolaDB 1733
42-998
(A 57276)
RussianInstr. piece with orchestra
Symphony No. 1 in B-Dur, Op. 38 (4. Part: Allegro - end) ( 1 -, . 38 ( 4-: - )), symphony piece (Robert Schumann)
Chicago's symphony orchestra, acc. orchestra, Conductor Friedrich August Stock~1930ElectrolaEJ 619
Esta
 8510
(4879)
UkrainianChorus and Instrumental Ensemble
Historical song about Cossack Morozenko (end), ballad
Song and Dance Ensemble of the 1st Ukrainian Front, Conductor Lydia Demyanovna Chernysheva (art director), Solo by Eugene Bykovsky, V.Zemlyanov1945
Prague
Esta 8510
 8511
(4882)
UkrainianAccordions duo
Potpourri of Ukrainian folk songs (end), medley
Grigory Latta, D.N. Nesmiyan1945
Prague
Esta 8511
10012
(5152)
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Steppe and Steppe around (ending) ( ()), folk song (arr. Boris Alexandrov)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by Georgy Vinogradov06-1946
Prague
Esta 915
Eterna
5012
(ET 2147)
UkrainianTenor with Chorus and Orchestra
Bandura (ending), folk song (arr. Alexander Alexandrov)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble of USSR, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Ivan Kuznetsov, Vladimir Fedorov9...25-08-1948
Berlin
Eterna
FZZ (post-war)
119
(-119)
RussianOrchestra
Suite of old waltzes (end) ( ()), medley
All-Union Radio Committee Consert Ensemble, Conductor Leonid Pyatigorskiy1947
Moscow
FZZ (post-war)
176
(-176)
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Son (Lullaby for a Son) (ending) ( ( ) ()), song (Suite Tale of a Soldier) (Vasily Solovyev-Sedoy)
Pavel Lisitsian, acc. variety orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitsky02-12-1947
Moscow
FZZ (post-war)
220
(-220)
RussianBass with Orchestra
Song about Shchors (ending) ( ()) (Matvey Blanter)
Mark Reizen, acc. all-union radio committee jazz orchestra, Conductor Viktor KnushevitskyMoscowFZZ (post-war)
250
(-250)
RussianFolk Instruments Orchestra
Vienna Waltz (ending) ( ()), dance (Andreev)
State Folk Instruments Orchestra, Conductor Petr AlexeevMoscowFZZ (post-war)
405
(-405)
RussianBass with Orchestra
Anchar (end) ( ()), romance (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov)
Ivan Patorzhinsky, acc. State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR, Conductor Samuil SamosudMoscowFZZ (post-war)
455
(-455)
Russian, RussianDuet with Choir and Orchestra
Madrigal (end) ( ()) (Opera Romeo and Juliet, act 1) (Charles Gounod, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave)
[ru] , , acc. [ru] (orchestra), Conductor Alexander OrlovMoscowFZZ (post-war)
457
(-457)
RussianMezzo-Soprano with Piano
Sweetly Sang the Nightingale (ending) ( ()), romance (Nikolay Nolinsky, lyrics by Ivan Lazhechnikov)
Nadezhda Obukhova, acc. Matvey Sakharov (piano)MoscowFZZ (post-war)
459
(-459)
RussianMezzo-Soprano with Piano
Night Is Dark, The Darkest (ending) ( , ()), romance (Nikolay Nolinsky)
Nadezhda Obukhova, acc. Matvey Sakharov (piano)MoscowFZZ (post-war)
461
(-461)
RussianMezzo-Soprano with Piano
Where Are You, Little Star? (ending) ( , ()), romance (Modest Musorgsky)
Nadezhda Obukhova, acc. Matvey Sakharov (piano)MoscowFZZ (post-war)
473
(-473)
RussianMezzo-Soprano with Piano
Mother, Mother, Why its Dusty in the Field? (ending) (, , ? ()), folk song
Nadezhda Obukhova, acc. A.Ivanov-Kramskoy (guitar)MoscowFZZ (post-war)
597
(-597)
RussianFolk Instruments Orchestra
Russian Quadrille (ending) ( ()), dance (Kamaldinov)
All-Union Radio Committee Folk Instruments Orchestra, Conductor A. Ivanov-KramskoyMoscowFZZ (post-war)
FZZ (pre-war)
920
RussianDeclamation
Happiness (end) ( ()), poem (lyrics by Viktor Gusev)
Vladimir Yakhontov1941
Moscow
FZZ (pre-war)  177
Gosprossnab NKP (own recordings)
1061
Russian
(), folk song
/ , Conductor 1923
Moscow
Gosprossnab NKP (own recordings)
Gramophone Co.
024530
(2865c)
½
Russian
In the tempest, In the Thunderstorm (ending) ( , ()) (Opera A Life for the Tzar, act 1) (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Yegor Rozen)
Chorus of the Mariinsky Theatre, acc. symphony orchestra, Conductor Hugo I. Warlich22-10-1913
St.-Petersburg
Amour Gramophone 024529
020734
(2928c)
Russian
Kamarinskaya (ending) ( ()), symphony piece (Mikhail Glinka)
Symphony Orchestra, acc. symphony orchestra, Conductor Hugo I. Warlich19-11-1913
St.-Petersburg
Amour Gramophone 020733
224146
(18120½b)
RussianVocal Ensemble with Orchestra
Quartet (part 2) ( ()), scene (Vladimir Rebikov, lyrics by Ivan Krilov)
Zatskoy, Zavalov, Radoshansky, Selivanova, Livshits, acc. orchestra03-11-1913
St.-Petersburg
Amour Gramophone 2169
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
8818
(2a 045634)
RussianPiano with Orchestra
Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, 30 - Finale, 8 part (ending) ( 3 , op. 30 - , 8 ()), symphony piece (Sergei Rachmaninoff)
Sergei Rachmaninoff, acc. Philadelphia Orchestra, Conductor Eugene Ormandy12-04-1939
Philadelphia
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB S 8818
8817
(2a 045635)
RussianPiano with Orchestra
Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, 30 - Finale, 8 part (ending) ( 3 , op. 30 - , 8 ()), symphony piece (Sergei Rachmaninoff)
Sergei Rachmaninoff, acc. Philadelphia Orchestra, Conductor Eugene Ormandy12-04-1939
Philadelphia
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB S 8817
08492
(A49281)
5
RussianViolin with Piano
Duet Piano with Violin, a major, Op. 162, Allegro moderato (ending) ( , , op. 162 - Allegro moderato ()), symphony piece (Franz Schubert)
Sergei Rachmaninoff, acc. Fritz Kreisler (violin)21-12-1928
New York
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB1465
08469
(CL4512)
5▲
RussianViolin with Piano
Sonata No 3 In C Minor Op. 45, 1 st. Movement (conclusion) ( No 3 In C Minor Op. 45, 1 ()), symphony piece (Edward Grieg)
Sergei Rachmaninoff, acc. Fritz Kreisler (violin)15-09-1928
Berlin
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 1259
08471
(CL4514)
5▲
RussianViolin with Piano
Sonata No 3 In C Minor Op. 45, 2nd. Movement (conclusion) ( No 3 In C Minor Op. 45, 2 ()), symphony piece (Edward Grieg)
Sergei Rachmaninoff, acc. Fritz Kreisler (violin)15-09-1928
Berlin
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 1260
08473
(CL4516)
5▲
RussianViolin with Piano
Sonata No 3 In C Minor Op. 45, 3rd. Movement (conclusion) ( No 3 In C Minor Op. 45, 3 ()), symphony piece (Edward Grieg)
Sergei Rachmaninoff, acc. Fritz Kreisler (violin)15-09-1928
Berlin
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 1261
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
5/2
RussianSpeech
Kliment Voroshilovs Speech ( ..), document
Kliment Voroshilov07-11-1937
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
M 3
RussianSpeech
Appeal to People on September 2, 1945 ( 2 1945 .), document
Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin02-09-1945
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
42
(VIII  42)
RussianSpeech
On the Project of USSR Constitution (Part 42) ( (42 )), document (lyrics by Joseph Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili (Stalin))
Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin25-11-1936
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
26
(XVII  26)
RussianSpeech
On the Project of the Russian SFSR Constitution (Part 26) ( (26 )), speech (lyrics by Mikhail Kalinin)
Mikhail Kalinin15-01-1937
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
2
(  2)
RussianSpeech
I. Stalin. Speech May 9 1945. (ending) (.. . 9 1945 .()), document
Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin09-05-1945
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
-9
( 9)
RussianDeclamation
A Bullfinch (ending) ( ()), poem (lyrics by Agniya Barto)
Rina Zelenaya1939
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering) 2297
.9
( 9)
RussianDeclamation
A Bullfinch (ending) ( ()), poem (lyrics by Agniya Barto)
Rina Zelenaya1939
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering) 2297
-19-
RussianSpeech
Speech at the election meeting at the Stalin Electoral District of Moscow, February 9, 1946 ( . 9 1946 .), document
Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin09-02-1946
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
-4
Russian
Vyacheslav Molotovs Speech on June, 22, 1941 (ending) ( .. 22 1941 ()), document
Vyacheslav Molotov22-06-1941
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)-372
8
(-8)
Russian
I. Stalin. Speech on the radio 1 part. (.. . 8 .) (lyrics by I. Stalin)
I. Stalin03-07-1941
Moscow
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering)
Gramplasttrest (three digits wartime system)
121
RussianMale Choir with Orchestra
Song of the Dnieper, part 2 ( , 2) (Mark Fradkin, lyrics by Yevgeny Dolmatovsky)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by Lavrenti Yaroshenko1942
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 6/42
123
RussianMale Choir with Orchestra
A Young Cossack Goes to the Front ( ()), song (Mark Fradkin, lyrics by Anatoly Sofronov)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by Vladimir Glazov, Viktor Nikitin1942
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 7/42
130
RussianMale Choir with Orchestra
[ru] ()[en], song
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by Yaroshenko1942
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 13/42
RussianMale Choir with Orchestra
Theres a Cliff on the Volga (ending) ( ( ) ()), folk song (arr. Boris Alexandrov)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by L. YaroshenkoLeningrad Plant (wartime) 13
Accord (wartime)
136
RussianBaritone with Jazz Orchestra
Pea Jacket (Ending) ( ()), song (Konstantin Listov, lyrics by Boris Flerov)
Alexander Zaitsev, acc. - (jazz orchestra), Conductor Jakov Skomorovsky1942
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 18/42
144
RussianDuet with Ensemble
An Evening at a Roadstead (Part II) ( ), song (Vasily Solovyev-Sedoy, lyrics by Alexander Churkin)
All-Union Radio Committee Song Ensemble, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Vladimir Bunchikov, Mikhail Mikhailov1942
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 25/42
RussianDuet with Ensemble
An Evening at a Roadstead (end) ( ()), song (Vasily Solovyev-Sedoy, lyrics by Alexander Churkin)
 25
RussianDuet with Ensemble
An Evening at a Roadstead (Part II) ( ), song (Vasily Solovyev-Sedoy, lyrics by Alexander Churkin)
 25/42
RussianDuet with Ensemble
An evening on the raid (ending) ( ()), song (Vasiliy Pavlovich Solovov-Sedoi, lyrics by Aleksandr Dmitrievich Churkin)
All-Union Radio Commitee Song Ensemble, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Vladimir Aleksandrovich Bunchikov, Mikhail MikhailovSverdlovsky District (wartime)
RussianDuet with Ensemble
An Evening at a Roadstead (end) ( ()), song (Vasily Solovyev-Sedoy, lyrics by Alexander Churkin)
All-Union Radio Committee Song Ensemble, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Vladimir Bunchikov, Mikhail MikhailovRiga Plant (wartime)25
 25
294
RussianTenor with chorus and orchestra
Far, far beyond the Volga the steppe has gone (, ), folk song (arr. N. Ramchensky)
Georgi Vinogradov, acc. the choir and ensemble of folk instruments, Conductor K.I. Sakharov, I.I. Nekrasov, Solo by G.A. Abramov, V.D. Zakharov1943
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 40/43
296
RussianFolk Choir with Accordion
Oh, My Mists (Ending) (, , ()), song (Vladimir Zakharov, lyrics by Mikhail Isakovsky)
M.E. Pyatnitsky State Russian Folk Choir, acc. accordion, Conductor Petr Kazmin and Vladimir Zakharov, Solo by Valentina Klodnina1943
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 47/43
Leningrad Plant (wartime)
358
RussianFolk Choir with Ensemble
Letter to Mother (ending) ( ()), song (lyrics by Alexander Tvardovsky)
M.E. Pyatnitsky Russian Folk Choir, acc. folk instruments ensemble, Conductor Petr Kazmin and Vladimir Zakharov, Solo by Alexandra Prokoshina1943
Moscow
Unmarked (three digits)
368
RussianBaritone with Jazz Orchestra
Mishka from Odessa (Ending) (- ()), song (Mikhail Volovats, lyrics by Vladimir Dykhovichny)
Leonid Utyosov, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Leonid Utyosov24-03-1943
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits)-109/43
391
Russian
- , (), song ( , lyrics by )
.. , acc. , Conductor ϸ , , Solo by 1943
Aprelevka Plant (three digits)
446A
RussianContralto with Domras Sextet
I went forth alone to the road ( ), romance (lyrics by Mikhail Lermontov)
Lydia Ruslanova, acc. domra sextet, Conductor Nikolay Nekrasov1943
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits)
451
RussianButton Accordion Duet
Medley of Ukrainian Folk Songs ( )
G. Lata, D. Nesmiyan1943
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits)
G.Lata, D.Nesmiyan 162
465
RussianChoir
Fine Rowan (end) ( ()), folk song (arr. Alexander Svechnikov)
State Russian Folk Choir, Conductor Alexander Svechnikov1943
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 169/43
 169
Gramplasttrest and successors
98
Austrian, RussianDance Orchestra
The Blue Danube (ending) ( ( ) ()), waltz (Johann Strauss)
Ferdinand Krish and his Concert Ensemble, Conductor Ferdinand Krish03-1934
Moscow
Gramplasttrest NKTP (diamond, no plant name)-404
137
German, RussianViolin with Symphony Orchestra
Final of Concert for Violin (Ending) ( ()), symphony piece (Felix Mendelsohn-Bartoldi)
Busya Goldstein, acc. bolshoi theatre symphony orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1934
Moscow
SovSong-502
158
Austrian, RussianTenor with Orchestra
Potpourri (ending) ( ()), operetta (Operette Der Fledermaus) (Johann Strauss)
Mikhail Kachalov, acc. bolshoi theatre orchetsra, Conductor Georgy Fuchs-Martin1934
Moscow
Interim GPT Labels 402
 103
Gramplasttrest NKTP (diamond, no plant name)
162
Austrian, RussianConcert Orchestra
Roses from the South (ending) ( ()) (Rosen aus dem Süden), waltz (Johann Strauss II)
Ferdinand Krish and his Concert Ensemble, Conductor Ferdinand Krish1934
Moscow
Gramplasttrest NKTP (diamond, no plant name)403
 106
SovSong
164
Italian, RussianSoprano with Orchestra
Violettas Air ( ) (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)
Ewa Bandrowska-Turska, acc. The Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theater, Conductor Vasily Nebolsin1934
Moscow
SovSong 404
 98
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
214
RussianMezzo-sopran with choir and orchestra
Second song of gypsy woman (ending) ( ()) (Opera The Decembrists) (Yuri Shaporin)
Vera Davydova, acc. bolshoi theatre choir and orchestra1934
Moscow
Plant of 1905 Year
314
Norwegian, RussianPiano
Wedding Day at Troldhaugen (Ending) ( o. 65 6 ()), solo piece (Edward Grieg)
Grigory Ginzburg1934
Moscow
Plant of 1905 Year-304
 202
363
RussianDeclamation
Tatianas Dream (conclusion) ( ()), poem (Novel in verse Eugene Onegin) (lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
Elena Gogoleva1934
Moscow
SovSong 305
 232
0377
German, RussianViolin with Orchestra
Violin Concerto in E Minor ( ) (Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy)
Boris Goldstein, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov10-1934
Moscow
Plant of 1905 Year 504
 214
464
RussianDeclamation
Dialogue Satin (the end) ( ()), theatre performance (Play On the Bottom, act 4) (Maxim Gorky)
Vasily Kachalov1935
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant307 
 249
501
German, RussianPiano
Sonata . 27 2 Presto agitato (Part II) ( . 27 2 Presto agitato ()), solo piece (Ludwig van Beethoven)
Alexander Goldenweiser1935
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 318
 265
0509
RussianPiano
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.1, I part (ending) ( 1, 1 ()), symphony piece (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Grigory Ginzburg, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1935
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 0311
 266
636
UkrainianDuet with Orchestra
Duet of Odarka and Karas (Part II) (Opera The Zaporozhian Cossack) (Semen Hulak-Artemovsky)
Maria Litvinenko-Volgemut, Ivan Patorzhinsky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Vladimir Yorish1935
Kiev
SovSong-20
-4
Noginsk Plant20
-4
661
Russian, UkrainianChoir with Orchestra
The Shrovetide Send-off (ending) ( ()) (Opera Snow Maiden) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Ostrovsky: The Play The Snow Maiden)
Kiev State Opera Choir, acc. orchestra, Conductor Ary Pazovsky1935
Kiev
Noginsk Plant44 
 4
715
Hungarian, RussianPiano
10th Rhapsody (Part II) (10- ()), solo piece (Ferenc Liszt)
Rosa Tamarkina1935
Moscow
SovSong 314
 295
Noginsk Plant
758
RussianBalalaika with Orchestra
The Night (end) ( ())
N.P. Osipov, acc. The Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theater, Conductor Vasily NebolsinSovSong-911
 314
824
ItalianColoratura Soprano with Orchestra
Aria (ending) (Opera Dinorah) (Giacomo Meyerbeer)
Amelita Galli-Curci, acc. orchestraSovSong 433
 276
Noginsk Plant
ItalianColoratura Soprano with Orchestra
Ombra leggiera (ending) (Opera Dinorah) (Giacomo Meyerbeer)
Amelita Galli-Curci, acc. Clement Barone (flute) (orchestra), Conductor Rosario Bourdon29-12-1925
Camden, New Jersey
927
Uzbek
First Chorgoh (ending) (lyrics by Shamsiddin Sharafiddinov (Khurshid))
Halima Nasirova, acc. myakeudhodhsha yusupov1935
Tashkent
Noginsk Plant 465 -  567
1806A
RussianFolk Choir
Smolensk Humours ( ), russian ditties
M.E. Pyatnitsky Russian Folk Choir, Conductor Petr Kazmin1931
Moscow
SovSong14153
1957
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Lenskys aria - Whither, whither have you gone (Ending) ( - , ()) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. orchestra, Conductor Lev Steinberg1932
Moscow
Interim GPT Labels15676
2564
Hungarian, RussianPiano
Rhapsody #10 ( 6 ()), solo piece (Ferenc Liszt)
Grigory Ginzburg1933
Moscow
Interim GPT Labels13462
3006
Polish, GermanSymphony Orchestra
Funeral March (Ending) (Frederic Chopin, arr. Schmidt)
Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Leo BlechAprelevka Plant 371
3031
German, RussianTenor with Orchestra
Lohengrins Story (Part II) ( ()) (Opera Lohengrin) (Richard Wagner)
David Badridze, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1935
Moscow
Noginsk Plant14 
 381
3044
Russian, GermanSymphony Orchestra
Polovtsian Dances (Ending) ( ()) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Leo BlechAprelevka Plant 371
03046
Russian
The Blue Danube (ending) ( ( )()), waltz
Orchestra, Conductor Leo BlekhNoginsk Plant 371
3074
RussianChoir with accordions
Harmony (ending) ( ()), choir piece (Sergey Pototsky, lyrics by Alexander Jarof)
Mikahil Glinka choir, Conductor Ivan Yukhov1935
Moscow
SovSong 813
 432
3084
Russian
Scene of Ranevskaia and Trofimov (end) ( ()), theatre performance (Play The Cherry Orchard) (lyrics by Anton Chekhov)
Olga Knipper-Chekhov, Vasily Orlov, acc. string quartet, Conductor Boris Izralevsky1935
Moscow
SovSong 431
3092
RussianSymphony Orchestra
Kamarinskaya (ending) ( ()), symphony piece (Mikhail Glinka)
Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1935
Moscow
Noginsk Plant18 
 323
3102
RussianDeclamation
The Malefactor (ending) ( ()), short story (lyrics by Anton Chekhov)
Azary Azarin (Messerer), Ivan Lagutin1935
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 439
[318 ]
3119
RussianDeclamation
About Pig the Artist (ending) ( ()), short story (lyrics by Alexey Tolstoy)
Vasily Kachalov1935
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 320
 445
3121
RussianDeclamation
An Angry Boy (end) ( ()), short story (lyrics by Anton Chekhov)
Maria Kravchunovskaya1935
Moscow
SovSong 321
 450
RussianDeclamation
An Angry Boy ( ), short story (lyrics by Anton Chekhov)
Noginsk Plant 450
3144
RussianTheatre Performance
Scene of Ivan the Terrible with Garaburda (Ending) ( ()), theatre performance (Tragedy The Death of Ivan the Terrible, act 3) (lyrics by Alexey Tolstoy)
Vasily Kachalov, Alexander Cheban1935
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 459
[323 ]
3154
RussianTheatre Performance
Return from Rafting Timber, Part II ( , 2), theatre performance (Play The Aristocrats, act 3) (lyrics by Nikolay Pogodin)
Ruben Simonov, Vasily Kuza, Konstantin Mironov1935
Moscow
Noginsk Plant325 
-463
3198
Italian, RussianPiano
Paraphrase (ending) ( ()), solo piece (Opera Rigoletto) (Giuseppe Verdi, arr. Ferencz Liszt, based on: Victor Hugo: Drama The King Amuses Himself)
Rosa Tamarkina1935
Moscow
Noginsk Plant322 
 477
3458
German, RussianDuet with Orchestra
Duet of Falstaff and Fluthe ( ()()) (Das Duo Falstaff und Fluthe (Ford)) (Opera The Merry Wives of Windsor) (Carl Otto Ehrenfried Nicolai, lyrics by Salomon Hermann Mosenthal, based on: William Shakespeare: Comedy The Merry Wives of Windsor)
Vladimir Zakharov, Georgy Abramov, acc. All-Union Radio Committee Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov01...03-1936
Moscow
SovSong238 
-528
Noginsk Plant
3464
French, RussianDuet with Orchestra
Duet of Michaela and Gaetan (ending) ( ()) (Operetta Heart and hand) (Alexandre Charles Lecocq)
Zoya Muratova, Daniil Demyanov, acc. All-Union Radio Committee Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1936
Moscow
SovSong 440
 535
3476
RussianSymphony Orchestra
Waltz of Flowers (Part II) ( ()) (Ballet The Nutcracker, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Yury Faier1936
Moscow
SovSong25 
 458
Noginsk Plant
  458
3478
RussianDeclamation
Extracyt from Chapter 8 (ending) ( 8- ()), monologue (Novel How the Steel Was Tempered) (lyrics by Nikolay Ostrovsky)
Nikolay Ostrovsky01-1936
Moscow
SovSong 542
[ 12]
RussianDeclamation
Extract from Chapter 8 (ending) ( 8- ()), monologue (Novel How the Steel Was Tempered) (lyrics by Nikolay Ostrovsky)
Noginsk Plant 12
 542
3480
German, RussianOrchestra
Ouvertüre (ending) ( ()) (Opera The Merry Wives of Windsor) (Carl Otto Ehrenfried Nicolai, based on: William Shakespeare: Comedy The Merry Wives of Windsor)
All-Union Radio Committee Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov01...03-1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 536
03565
Russian
Tatyanas letter (the end) ( ()) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Elena Kruglikova, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor A.Sh.Melik-Pashayev1936
Moscow
Eugene Onegin14
 571
03581
RussianSymphony Orchestra
Waltz-Fantasy (Part 2) (- ()) (Mikhail Glinka)
Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1935
Moscow
SovSong 29
 578
3597
Austrian, RussianTrio with Orchestra
Trio (ending) ( ()), operetta (Operette Der Zigeunerbaron) (Johann Strauss)
Nadezhda Kazantseva, Nina Alexandriiskaya, Serafim Sladkopevtsev, acc. All-Union Radio Committee Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1936
Moscow
SovSong 730
 526
3697
RussianSymphony Orchestra
Waltz (part 2) ( ()), ballet (The Ballet The Sleeping Beauty) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Orchestra of Bolshoy theatre, Conductor Yury Faier1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant42 
 617
03722
RussianBass with Orchestra
Are you well, Prince? (end) ( ()) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Maxim Mikhailov, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant20
 640
Maxim Mikhailov, acc. Orchestra of Bolshoi Theatre, Conductor Alexander Orlov
3765
RussianDeclamation, Male Choir with Orchestra
The First Cavalry Army (Ending) ( ()), melodeclamation (Alexander Alexandrov)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Alexander Alexandrov, Solo by A.Gorsky04-1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant745 
 500
03801
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Polovtsys Choir and Prince Vladimirs Cavatina (Part II) ( ()) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant  656
3907
Ukrainian, RussianBrass Band
Ukrainian March #1 (ending) ( 1 ()) (arr. Semen Chernetsky)
People's Commissariat of Defence Orchestra, Conductor Semen Chernetsky1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 712 
712 
 702
3946
RussianBrass Band
GTO (Ready for Labour and Defence) March (Ending) ( ()) (arr. Semen Chernetsky)
People's Commissariat of Defence Orchestra, Conductor Semen Chernetsky1936
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant714 
 711
Noginsk Plant
4187
RussianArtistic reading
In a loud voice, Ending ( , ), poem (lyrics by Vladimir Vladimirovich Mayakovsky)
Vladimir Yakhontov1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant359 
-726
04536
RussianSoprano with orchestra
6.Arioso of Yaroslavna (end) (6. ()) (Opera Prince Igor) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Xenia Derzhinskaya, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Lev Steinberg1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 468
 851
04546
RussianDeclamation
Horse-like surname (end) ( ()), short story (lyrics by Anton Chekhov)
Ivan Moskvin1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 806
04555
Russian
Waltz and the scene (the end) ( ()) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theater, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1936
Moscow
Eugene Onegin22
 783
04557
RussianChoir with Orchestra
Chorus and Dance of the Peasants (Part II) ( ()) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Bolshoi Thetre Choir and Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1936
Moscow
Eugene Onegin04
 783
4610
RussianButton Accordion
A medley of folk songs (end) ( ())
Grigory Zaytsev1936
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 871
Noginsk Plant
04614
Austrian, RussianOrchestra
Ouverture (Part II) ( ()) (Opera The Magic Flute) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mazart)
All-Union Radio Committee Orchestra, acc. orchestra, Conductor Georg Sebastian1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 868
Austrian, RussianOrchestra
Ouverture (ending) ( ()) (Opera The Magic Flute) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mazart)
All-Union Radio Committee Orchestra, Conductor Georg Sebastian
04620
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Gremins aria - Love reigns over all ages(ending) ( - ()) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 3) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Maxim Mikhailov, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1936
Moscow
Eugene Onegin35
 783
 783
4832
Austrian, RussianBass with Orchestra
Aria of Leporello (Ending) ( ()) (Opera Don Giovanni) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mazart)
Georgy Abramov, acc. all-union radio committee orchestra, Conductor Georg Sebastian1937
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 868
[811 ]
04834
RussianDeclamation
The Malefactor (ending) ( ()), short story (lyrics by Anton Chekhov)
Ivan Moskvin1936
Moscow
Noginsk Plant806
04877
Russian
Tatyanas letter (the end) ( ()) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Elena Kruglikova, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1936
Moscow
Eugene Onegin14
 783
04904
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Lenskys aria - Whither, whither have you gone (Ending) ( - , ()) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Ivan Kozlovsky, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1936
Moscow
Eugene Onegin29
 783
04906
RussianDuet with Orchestra
Duel Scene (Part II) ( ()) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Maxim Mikhailov, Panteleimon Nortsov, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1937
Moscow
Eugene Onegin31
 783
RussianDuet with Orchestra
Duel Scene (ending) ( ()) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
1936
Moscow
04927
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Lenskys aria - Whither, whither have you gone (Ending) ( - , ()) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 2) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Ivan Zhadan, acc. orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1937
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 783
Noginsk Plant 783
04949
RussianDuet with Orchestra
Final Scene (Part IV) ( ()) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 3) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Elena Kruglikova, Panteleimon Nortsov, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1937
Moscow
Eugene Onegin40
 783
1936
Moscow
04957
RussianDeclamation
The Lay of the Wise Oleg (ending) ( ()), poem (lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
Mikhail Lenin (Ignatyuk)1937
Moscow
Noginsk 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
4980
RussianDeclamation
The Village (end) ( ()), poem (lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
Alexandra Yablochkina1937
Moscow
Noginsk Plant409 
 902
04985
RussianDuet with Orchestra
Scene and duet of Tattiana with the Nurse (the end) ( ()) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Elena Kruglikova, Vera Makarova, acc. bolshoi theatre orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1936
Moscow
Eugene Onegin16
 783
5191
YiddishDuet with Orchestra
Basetzn die Kale (Wedding) (ending), folk songs
Lazar Kalmanovich, Nekhama Vinyar, acc. ukrainian ssr state ensemble of jewish folk music, Conductor Mark Rabinovich1937
Kiev
Aprelevka Plant 89
Noginsk Plant
5276
RussianBass and Orchestra
Alekos cavatina - The whole gipsy camp is sleeping, Ending ( - , ) (Opera Aleko, act 1) (Sergey Rachmaninoff, lyrics by Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Gypsies)
Andrey Iwanow, acc. Ukrainian Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Mikhail Kanerstein1937
Kiev
Aprelevka Plant-135
5285
Ukrainian, UkrainianDeclamation
Whacky (end), poem (lyrics by Taras Shevchenko)
Yuri Shumsky (Shomin)1937
Kiev
Aprelevka Plant 138
5304
RussianMelodeclamation
Sorrow of the People (ending) ( ()), melodeclamation
Vasily Kachalov, acc. all-union radio committee symphony orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov02-1937
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant 09
5306
Polish, RussianSymphony Orchestra
Funeral March (Ending) ( ()) (Frederic Chopin, arr. Alexander Glazunov)
Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov02-1937
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 09
5352
RussianBrass Band
Ukrainian March #3, Part II ( 3, 2) (Semen Chernetsky)
People's Comissariat of Defense Orchestra, Conductor Semen Chernetsky1937
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 015
5374
RussianOrchestra
Waltz-Fantasy (ending) (- ()) (Mikhail Glinka)
Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1937
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant
05427
Jewish, Russian
Overture on jewish themes ( ()), chamber piece (Sergei Prokofiev)
State String Beethoven Quartet, Conductor Dimitri Tsyganov1937
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 023
05432
RussianSoprano with orchestra
Arioso of Yaroslavna (end) ( ()) (Opera Prince Igor) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Xenia Derzhinskaya, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Lev Steinberg1937
Moscow
Noginsk Plant6
 851
05433
RussianSoprano with orchestra
The lamentation of Yaroslavna - How dreary is everything around me (end) ( ()) (Opera Prince Igor, act 4) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Xenia Derzhinskaya, acc. Orchestra of Bolshoi Theatre, Conductor Lev Steinberg1937
Moscow
Noginsk Plant27
 851
5443
German, FrenchDance Orchestra
Fantasia (Operetta La belle Hélène) (Jaques Offenbach)
Marek Weber and His Orchestra, Conductor Marek WeberAprelevka Plant 041
05457
RussianDance Orchestra
Fantasia (ending) ( ()), operetta (Operette Rose-Marie) (Rudolf Friml)
OrchestraAprelevka Plant 041
05469
RussianSymphony Orchestra
The Sorcerers Apprentice (ending) ( ()), symphony piece (Poem The Sorcerers Apprentice)
Conductor Arturo ToscaniniAprelevka Plant 040
05475
Russian
Fantasy on the melodies of Iohann Straus (ending) ( ()), medley
Orchestra, Conductor Marek WeberAprelevka Plant 041
 
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