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Review of 78-RPM styli, Part 1 (      78 /,  1) (bernikov)
Review of 78-RPM styli, Part 1 ...
Yuri Bernikov

 

Interpretation in the Art of Singing - Part I (    -  I) (bernikov)
Interpretation in the Art of ...
Vladimir Rosing

 

The Jubilee of Aprelevka ( ) (bernikov)
The Jubilee of Aprelevka ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

The Record of Syrena ( ) (bernikov)
The Record of Syrena ( ...
Alexander Tikhonov

 

 
Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Gramplasttrest and successors
3945
RussianBrass Band
GTO (Ready for Labour and Defence) March ( ), medley (arr. Semen Chernetsky)
People's Commissariat of Defence Orchestra, Conductor Semen Chernetsky1936
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant714 
 711
Noginsk Plant
 711
[VIII 37]
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
-711
[VIII 37]
LEF (1st numbering)
792
Russian
Hey goalkeeper, be ready to fight (, , ), film soundtrack (Film Goalkeeper of the Republic) (Isaac Dunayevsky, lyrics by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach)
MoscowLEF (1st numbering, Leningrad Cinema labels)
Lenmuztrust
9-181 
(1092)
RussianChildren Choir with Piano
Hey, goalie, get ready for the battle (, , ), march song (Film The Goalkeeper) (Isaa Dunaevsky)
Choir of Central House of Children' Artistic Education, acc. piano, Conductor Vasily Dmitriev1937
Leningrad
Lenmuztrust (Leningrad)181
 1739
MusTrust (electric process)
762
RussianChoir with Piano
Always ready (Hymn of the Pioneers) ( ( )), song (S. Klyachko)
First Moscow Choir, acc. piano, Conductor Alexander Golovinsky1930
Moscow
MusTrust USSR (el)14204
Muza
1668 b
(WA1998)
PolishChoir and Orchestra
Ready! (Na start), song (Edward Olearczyk, lyrics by Bogumił Smyła)
Choir and Orchestra of the Polish radio, Conductor Jerzy Kołaczkowski~1952
Warshaw
Muza1668
[B-12933]
 
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