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Year 1934 (1934 ) (Wiktor)
Year 1934 (1934 )
Records of Gramplasttrest and successors by ...

 

Muztrust (1929) ( (1929)) (Wiktor)
Muztrust (1929) ( ...
Mustrust Record Catalogs

 

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

 

      .  1937  1941 . (Wiktor)
...
Wiktor Węglewicz

 

   1927 - 1930 (Wiktor)
1927 - ...
Mustrust Record Catalogs

 

A.Zhelezny. The chronicle of the phonograph company Sphinx Record in Russia 1914  1915. (..         1914  1915) (bernikov)
A.Zhelezny. The chronicle of the ...
Anatoli Zhelezhny

 

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

 

Kismet: catalogue (Kismet: ) (mgj)
Kismet: catalogue (Kismet: ...
Mike G. Jurkevich

 

   
Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Brunswick
3127-B
English, CzechMale Choir with Orchestra
Goin Home, symphony piece (Symphony From the New World (No. 9)) (Antonín Dvořák)
Brunswick Concert OrchestraBrunswickA 138
3127-A
RussianChoir with Orchestra
Song of the Volga Boatmen (, ), folk song
Male Russian Choir, acc. Brunswick Concert OrchestraBrunswickA 138
3127-B
English, CzechMale Choir with Orchestra
Goin Home, symphony piece (Symphony From the New World (No. 9)) (Antonín Dvořák)
Brunswick Concert OrchestraBrunswickA 138
3127-A
RussianChoir with Orchestra
Song of the Volga Boatmen (, ), folk song
Male Russian Choir, acc. Brunswick Concert OrchestraBrunswickA 138
3127-B
English, CzechMale Choir with Orchestra
Goin Home, symphony piece (Symphony From the New World (No. 9)) (Antonín Dvořák)
Brunswick Concert OrchestraBrunswickA 138
3127-A
RussianChoir withOrchestra
Song of the Volga Boatmen (, ), folk song
Male Russian Choir, acc. Brunswick Concert OrchestraBrunswickA 138
FZZ (post-war)
137
(-137)
English, RussianSoprano with Piano
In a Wood ( ), song (Julius Benedict)
Nadezhda Kazantseva, acc. Anton Bernar (piano)MoscowFZZ (post-war)
138
(-138)
RussianJazz Orchestra
Waltz () (Film My Love) (Isaac Dunaevsky)
All-Union Radio Committee Jazz Orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitsky1946
Moscow
FZZ (post-war)
Gramophone Co.
30-8399
(0G899)
1▲
RussianFemale Duet with Piano
Two roses ( ), romance (Anton Arensky)
A. Zakharova, G. Pavlenko, acc. Tina Dembo (grand piano)19-06-1931
Paris
His Masters Voice (HMV)EK 138
30-8400
(0G900)
2▲
RussianFemale Duet with Piano
Doubt (), romance (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Nestor Kukolnik)
A. Zakharova, G. Pavlenko, acc. Tina Dembo (grand piano)19-06-1931
Paris
His Masters Voice (HMV)EK 138
Gramplasttrest (three digits wartime system)
134
RussianMale Choir
Stalin Marine song ( ) (Konstantin Listov, lyrics by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach)
Central Red Fleet Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Semen G. Gerchnikov, Solo by Alexander Zaitsev1942
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 17/42
138
RussianMale Choir with Button Accordions
Salty Water ( ), song (Konstantin Listov, lyrics by Sergey Alymov)
Central Red Fleet Song and Dance Ensemble, acc. button accordions, Conductor Grigory Bezzubov1942
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant (three digits) 20/42
Gramplasttrest and successors
60
American, RussianJazz Orchestra
Mice (Whos Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?) (), foxtrot (Frank E. Churchill)
Leonid Utyosov and his Orchestra, Conductor Leonid Utyosov26-02-1934
Moscow
Interim GPT Labels
Gramplasttrest NKTP (diamond, no plant name)
SovSong
138
Polish, RussianBaritone with Jazz Orchestra
By the Samovar ( ) (Pod samovarem), slow-fox (Fanny Gordon (Faina Kwiatkowska), arr. Simon Kagan, lyrics by Vladimir Lebedev-Kumach)
Leonid Utyosov, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Leonid Utyosov, Solo by Simon Kagan (piano)25-03-1934
Moscow
Interim GPT Labels
Gramplasttrest NKTP (diamond, no plant name)
SovSong
5284
Ukrainian, UkrainianDeclamation
Whacky, poem (lyrics by Taras Shevchenko)
Yuri Shumsky (Shomin)1937
Kiev
Aprelevka Plant 138
5285
Ukrainian, UkrainianDeclamation
Whacky (end), poem (lyrics by Taras Shevchenko)
Yuri Shumsky (Shomin)1937
Kiev
Aprelevka Plant 138
10161
RussianBaritone with piano
Beloved City ( ), song (Film The Fighters) (Nikita Bogoslovsky, lyrics by Yevgeny Dolmatovsky)
Mark Bernes, acc. Nikita Bogoslovsky (piano)02-1940
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices) 3279
 138
Aprelevka Plant 138
RussianBaritone with Piano
Beloved City ( ), song (Film The Fighters) (Nikita Bogoslovsky, lyrics by Yevgeny Dolmatovsky)
Noginsk Plant
10175
RussianBaritone with Button Accordions
Dark Hills Are Sleeping ( ), song (Film Great Life) (Nikita Bogoslovsky, lyrics by Boris Laskin)
Mark Bernes, acc. Ivan Maryin, B. Shashin, A. Maryin (button accordions)1940
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (GPT matrices) 153
Noginsk Plant 153
Leningrad - "Mineral" and "Plastmass" Artels
138
RussianBaritone with Jazz Orchestra
Now Birch, now Rowan ( , ), song (Zinoviy Kompaneets, lyrics by Yakoy Shvedov)
Yuri Hochinsky, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Minkh1948
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 82
139
RussianMezzo-soprano with Jazz Orchestra
Sad Willows ( ), song (Matvey Blanter, lyrics by Alexander Jarov)
Olga Nesterova, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Minkh1948
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 86
2954
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Night came on a stormy Black sea ( ), song (Leonid Utyosov, lyrics by Ilya Fradkin)
Leonid Utyosov, acc. - , Conductor Leonid Utyosov1947
Moscow
Artel "Plastmass" 138
334
RussianBaritone with Choir and bayans
Through the Wild Transbaikalia Steppes ( ), folk song
Oleg Razumovskiy and vocal octet of Red Banner Song and Dance Ensemble, acc. trio of bayans1949
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 119
10623
RussianSoprano with Orchestra
Pepitas Song ( ) (Operette The Free Wind) (Isaak Dunaevsky, lyrics by [ru] , , [ru]Viktor Vinnikov, Vladimir Kracht, VictorTipot)
Vera Krasovitskaya, Conductor Anatoly Badkhen1952
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 138
[ 54392]
10682
RussianBaritone with Ensemble
Nicolays Romance ( ), song (Operette The Golden Valley) (Isaak Dunaevsky, lyrics by Moisey Yankovsky)
Vladimir Bunchikov, Conductor Anatoly Badkhen1952
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 136
[ 54393]
Leningrad - Plastmass Factory of NKMP/MMP
12444
German, FrenchDance Orchestra
The Woman and the Roses (La femme et les roses), tango (Luigi (Jack) Cibolla)
Robert Renard and his Orchestra, Conductor Robert Renard (Otto Dobrindt)04-04-1934
Berlin
Leningrad Plastics Plant (Clodt horse) 136
12631
RussianMezzo-Soprano with Jazz Orchestra
Passed Love Affair ( ), tango (Oskar Strok)
Klavdiya Shulzhenko, acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Alexey Semenov1945
Moscow
Leningrad Plastics Plant (Clodt horse) 138
Lenmuztrust
12-138 A
(913)
RussianReader
Moydodyr (part 1) ( ()), poem (lyrics by Korney Chukovskiy)
Korney Chukovskiy1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrest (score)138
 1551
12-138A
(913)
RussianReader
Moydodyr (part 1) ( ()), poem (lyrics by Korney Chukovskiy)
Korney Chukovskiy1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrest (Leningrad) 1551
12-138 B
(914)
RussianReader
Moydodyr (part 2) ( ()), poem (lyrics by Korney Chukovskiy)
Korney Chukovskiy1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrest (score)138
 1551
12-138B
(914)
RussianReader
Moydodyr (part 2) ( ()), poem (lyrics by Korney Chukovskiy)
Korney Chukovskiy1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrest (Leningrad) 1551
442 
(2144)
Russian, GypsyContralto with Piano
The Star (), song (Anastasia Polyakova (?))
Ekaterina Yurovskaya, acc. Boris Mandrus (piano)1939
Leningrad
Lenmuztrest (rostral column)442
 2890
Lyrophon
136
(Rs 136)
RussianBaritone with Piano
The first Demons romance - Do not weep, child ( - , ) (Opera The Demon, act 2) (Anton G. Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Alexander V. Smirnov, acc. piano1905
St.-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
138
(Rs 138)
RussianBaritone with Piano
The second Demons romance - On the Ocean of the Air ( - ) (Opera The Demon, act 2) (Anton Rubinshtein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
Alexander Smirnov, acc. piano1905
St-Petersburg
Lyrophon (black)
Melodja-Electro
742
(N19074)
1
RussianBass with Orchestra
Down the Mother Volga ( ), song
Balalaika Orchestra of Scriabin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Alexandre de ScriabineParisMelodja-Electro138
748
(N19077)
RussianBalalaika Orchestra
Black Eyes ( ), gypsy romance (Florian Hermann)
Balalaika Orchestra of Scriabin, Conductor Alexandre de ScriabineParisMelodja-Electro138
Moscow - Experimental Manufacturing of NKMP RSFSR
426
RussianBaritone with piano
Beloved City ( ), song (Film The Fighters) (Nikita Bogoslovsky, lyrics by Yevgeny Dolmatovsky)
Mark Bernes, acc. Nikita Bogoslovsky (piano)02-1940
Moscow
Experimental Factory (Moscow) 421
Orpheon-Record
8203
(138m)
RussianMezzo-soprano with piano
Here (), romance (Alexander Chernyavsky)
Anastasia Vyaltseva, acc. Alexey Taskin (piano)1910
St.-Petersburg
Orpheon-Record (Vyaltseva)
Phono-postcards (soviet period)
138
RussianChildren Chorus
Lenin is always with you ( ), childrens song (Serafim Tulikov, lyrics by Lev Oshanin)
The Choir of the Children Art Education Institute, acc. orchestra, Conductor V. SokolovPhono-postcards (soviet period)
Printed Matter
138
Russian
Not for Me the Stping Will Come ( ), romance (Nikolay Dewitte (A.Gadalin?), lyrics by A.Molcvhanov (A.Gadalin?))
Scores
Sverdlovsk Regional Cinema Trust
138
( 98 ?)
RussianTenor with Piano
Farewell My Gypsy Camp (, ), romance-song (Boris Prozorovsky, lyrics by V.Makovsky)
Vadim Kozin, acc. Arkady Pokrass (piano)1937
Moscow
Sverdlovsk Regional Cinema Trust
140
( 140)
RussianTenor with Guitars
Always and Everywhere ( ), romance (Sofus Gerdel (Gerdal), lyrics by Nikolay Derviz)
Vadim Kozin, acc. Valerian Polyakov, Ivan Rom-Lebedev (guitars)07-09-1937
Moscow
Sverdlovsk Regional Cinema Trust 079
138
( 366)
RussianTenor with Orchestra
Farewell My Gypsy Camp (, ), romance-song (Boris Prozorovsky, arr. B.I.Bokru-Krupyshev, lyrics by V.Makovsky)
Vadim Kozin, acc. hawaiian ensemble, Conductor B.I.Bokru-Krupyshev1938
Moscow
Sverdlovsk Regional Cinema Trust 1115
Tonophone Record
 408
RussianVocal Quartett
Arise, red sun, Song from the Volga region ( , )
M.M.Chuprynnikov, N.M.Safonov, N.N.Kedrov, V.I.Kastorsky1908
St.-Petersburg
Tonophone (Black)408
 
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