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Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
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Files
American Record
2163
(125)
Russian, GermanDance Band
Habe Mitleid, romance
Kapelle Horst Jung, Conductor Horst Jung1927
Berlin
American Record
Artel "Gramplastmass" (pre-war numbering)
561
(561 )
RussianTenor with Orchestra
My Campfire ( ), romance (Yu. Sadovsky, lyrics by Yakov Polonsky)
Vadim Kozin, acc. hawaiian ensemble, Conductor Boris Bokru-Krupyshev1938
Moscow
Artel "Gramplastmass" (pre-war numbering) 2356
Beka-Record
32235
FrenchOrchestra
La Java de Javel, java-boston (Dardany)
Edith Lorand Orchestra, Conductor Edith LorandBeka (three virgins)
Clausophon
2163
(116)
Russian, GermanDance Orchestra
Stenka Rasin (Wolgalied) ( ), romance
Kapelle Horst Jung, Conductor Horst Jung1027
Berlin
Clausophon
French
Part. 1632
(M3-101312)
Polishtenor with ensemble
Field bluebells (Polne dzwonki), song (Andrzej Lorent, lyrics by Antoni Boguslawski)
Stefan Laskowski, acc. Polish chamber ensemble, Conductor Andrzej Lorent10-1939...06-1940
Paris
M. Spr. WOJSK.
Leningrad - Sverdlov District Factory
10545
Russian, Polishtenor with jazz orchestra
Oblivion (with Russian lyrics) () (Zapomnienie (wersja rosyjska)), tango (Henryk Wars (Warszawski), lyrics by Andrzej Wlast (Gustaw Baumritter, Willy), translator Ref-Ren (Feliks Konarski))
Albert Harris (Aaron Hekelman), acc. Lvov tea-jazz orchestra, Conductor Henryk Wars (Warszawski)1940
Moscow
Leningrad - Sverdlov District Factory 79
10546
Russian, Polishsoprano with jazz orchestra
The first sign (with Russian lyrics) ( ) (Na pierwszy znak (wersja rosyjska)), slow-fox (movie Spy) (Henryk Wars (Warszawski), lyrics by Julian Tuwim, translator Pavel Grigor'yev (Gorinstein))
Renata Bogdanska (Irena Renata Anders nee Jarosiewicz), acc. Lvov tea-jazz orchestra, Conductor Henryk Wars (Warszawski)1940
Moscow
Leningrad - Sverdlov District Factory 80 (?)
Mir
4A
(TA-4A)
Russianbaritone with piano
Prince Igors aria ("No sleep, no rest for my tormented soul") ( (" , ")) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Ivan Petroff, acc. Menahem Bensussan (piano)~1949Mir4
4B
(TA-4B)
Russianbaritone with piano
Prince Igors aria ("No sleep, no rest for my tormented soul"), part 2 ( (" , "), 2) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Ivan Petroff, acc. Menahem Bensussan (piano)~1949Mir4
New Imperial Record
9851
Russian
Mishutka (), march
Orchestra09-1910...10-1910New Imperial Record #1
Pathé Record
Part. 1632
(M3-101312)
Polishtenor with ensemble
Field bluebells (Polne dzwonki), song (Andrzej Lorent, lyrics by Antoni Boguslawski)
Stefan Laskowski, acc. Polish chamber ensemble, Conductor Andrzej Lorent10-1939...06-1940
Paris
Echantillon Invendable.Part. 1632
Record
439
(898)
German, RussianTenor with instrumental sextet
Habe Mitleid mit mir, folk song (N. R. Bakalainikoff)
Gesang: Kurt Richter mit Instrumental-Sextett, acc. instrumental sextet, Conductor ?Eugen Jahn or Alfons Bauer, Solo by Kurt Richter (vocal)~04-1935
Berlin
Record
Recorded blanks
(IBaRS-S)
Polishamateur female duo
Only there... (Tylko tam...), song (Ref-Ren (Feliks Konarski))
1950s
Canada
Recorded blanks
(IBaRS)
Polish
Sounding letters from Canada to Warsaw (Listy dźwiękowe z Kanady do Warszawy), speech
Wanda and Janina1950s
Canada
Recorded blanks
Stella (Victory) Gramophone Record
1258
English, FrenchOrchestra
Russian march No. 5 (Ballet Russe. Marche Russe No. 5), ballet (Alexandre Luigini)
Royal Military Band1912
London
Victory Gramophone RecordA 39
Stinson Records
UK-82-A
(3143-A)
Ukrainianchoir
Dudaryk (The bag piper) + Shchedryk (The carol of the bells) ( + ), folk songs (arr. Nikolay Leontovich)
State honored choir "Dumka", Conductor Alexander Soroka, Solo by D. Liubovik1939
Kiev
Stinson (red)UK-82
UK-82-B
(3143-B)
Ukrainianchoir
Ill get up on Monday (, ), folk song (arr. Nikolay Leontovich)
State honored choir "Dumka", Conductor Alexander Soroka1939
Kiev
Stinson (red)UK-82
UK-83-A
(3144-A)
Ukrainianmixed choir
Cembalists are playing at the inn (, ), christmas carol (arr. Kirill (Kyrylo) Stetsenko)
Transcarpathian folk choir, Conductor Piotr Miloslavsky (Petro Myloslavsky)1948Stinson (red)UK-83
UK-83-B
(3144-B)
Ukrainiansoprano and accordion; female choir and accordion
I was washing linen in the river + Near the grove ( - + ), folk songs (arr. Piotr Miloslavsky (Petro Myloslavsky))
Transcarpathian folk choir, acc. accordion, Conductor Piotr Miloslavsky (Petro Myloslavsky)1948Stinson (red)UK-83
3071-A
(TA-4A)
Russianbaritone with piano
Prince Igors aria ("No sleep, no rest for my tormented soul") ( (" , ")) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Ivan Petroff, acc. Menahem Bensussan (piano)~1949Stinson Records3071
3071-B
(TA-4B)
Russianbaritone with piano
Prince Igors aria ("No sleep, no rest for my tormented soul"), part 2 ( (" , "), 2) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Ivan Petroff, acc. Menahem Bensussan (piano)~1949Stinson Records3071
Victor
19960-B
(BVE-25066)
3
RussianBalalaika Orchestra
Shining moon ( ), folk song
Kirilloff's Russian Balalaika Orchestra, Conductor Aleksandr Kirilloff08-12-1925
New York
Victor (scroll, black)19960
19960-A
(BVE-25067)
10
RussianBalalaika Orchestra
Song of the Volga Boatmen (, ), folk song
Kirilloff's Russian Balalaika Orchestra, Conductor Aleksandr Kirilloff14-09-1925
New York
Victor (scroll, black)19960
 
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