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TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
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Leningrad - "Mineral" and "Plastmass" Artels
1355
Russian, PolishTenor with Orchestra
To the left the bridge, to the right the bridge (Налево мост, направо мост), song (arr. Alfred Gradstein, lyrics by Gelena Kolachkovskaya, Russian text Tatiana Sergeevna Sikorskaya)
Gleb Romanov, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Anatoly Badkhen1955
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass"
1678
RussianDuet with Piano
Tale about Fishman and Fish (Сказка о рыбаке и рыбке), couplets-parody (A. Gurilyov, B. Mokrousov, M. Gordon, V. Pushkov, M. Fradkin, N. Bogoslovsky, I. Dunaev)
Ivan Sanin, Yakov Fel'dtser, acc. V. Gurovsky (piano)1957
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass"44736]
1679
RussianDuet with Piano
Tale about Fishman and Fish (Сказка о рыбаке и рыбке) (A. Gurilyov, B. Mokrousov, M. Gordon, V. Pushkov, M. Fradkin, N. Bogoslovsky, I. Dunaev)
Ivan Sanin, Yakov Fel'dtser, acc. V. Gurovsky (piano)1957
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass"44736]
Local production of the 1950s
1355
Russian, HungarianTenor with Orchestra
Left Bridge, the Bridge to the right (Налево мост, направо мост), song (arr. Alfred Gradshtein, lyrics by Helen Kolachkovskaya, Russian text T. Sikorskaya)
Gleb Romanov, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Anatoly Badkhen1955
Leningrad
Plastic factory of Kirov district (conductor)[М00154]
Muza
1646 b
(WA1763)
PolishChoir and Orchestra
Zetempowiec, song (Alfred Gradstein, lyrics by Jacek Bocheński)
Choir and Orchestra of the Polish radio, Conductor Jerzy Kołaczkowski~1951
Warshaw
Muza1646
[B-116920]
1646 a
(WA1764)
PolishChoir and Orchestra
Song of the Union of Polish Youth (Pieśń ZMP) (Alfred Gradstein, lyrics by Jerzy Jurandot)
Choir and Orchestra of the Polish radio, Conductor Jerzy Kołaczkowski~1951
Warshaw
Muza1646
[B-116918]
 
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