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Columbia Record
A Don Cossack Concert - Don Cossack Chorus Serge Jaroff, medley (max)
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Cat No
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
LabelOrder No
[xRef Nos]
Files
Columbia Record
E434
(12684)
1
Ukrainian
Kossack, Whither Goest Thou ? ( ?), folk song
Eliasewicz, acc. pianoColumbia (Gold Band)E434
A5271
(30617)
1
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
The first Demons romance - Do not weep, child ( - , ) (Opera The Demon, act 2) (Anton Rubinstein, lyrics by Pavel Viskovatov(Viskovaty), based on: Mikhail Lermontov: Poem The Demon)
George Baklanov, acc. orchestra30-12-1910Columbia Symphony SeriesA5271
356191-3
Russianbass with balalaika
Ach thou, dear night (), folk song
Lev Sibiryakov, acc. Boris Troyanovsky (balalaika)1906
Saint-Petersburg
Columbia Graphophone Record
2055-M
(W 143711)
FrenchSoprano with orchestra
Aria: "Do you know native land?" (Opera Mignon) (Ambroise Thomas)
Maria Kurenko, acc. orchestra1927
New York
Columbia (Viva-Tonal, USA)2055-M
C16256
(XCO 41075)
RussianMale Choir
Blessed Art Thou O Lord, church canticle
Don Cossack Chorus of Serge Jaroff, Conductor Serge Jaroff, Solo by TchaikovskyColumbia MasterworksD247-8
7633-M
(XCO 74075)
RussianMale Choir
Blessed Art Thou O Lord, church canticle (Tchaikovsky)
Don Cossack Chorus of Serge Jaroff, Conductor Serge JaroffColumbia MasterworksMM 844 8
Extraphone
23267
RussianBaritone
Oh thou, my fate, Prisoners song (, , ), folk (prisoners) song
I.N.BobrovSt.-PetersburgExtraphone (diva, white)
Favorite Record
1-75202
(8207-o)
Russian, GermanBaritone with Piano
O Thou, the Evening Star ( , ) (O du mein holder Abendstern) (Opera Tannhäuser, act 3) (Richard Wagner)
Nikolai Shevelev, acc. piano25-10-1909
Moscow
Favorite (Black with stars)
Gnom Concert Record
18027
Russian
Oh thou, my fate ( , ), folk (prisoners) song
I.N.BobrovGnom Concert Record (A.I.Zhelezny catalog)
19076
Russian
Oh, thou garden ( , ), folk song
V.K.KonstantinovGnom Concert Record (A.I.Zhelezny catalog)
Gramophone Co.
22821
(573x)
RussianBass with Piano
O thou red sun, Op 10 No 1 ( , .10 1) (M. Slonov)
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. piano01-1902
Moscow
Concert (Angel)
RussianBass
O thou red sun, Op 10 No 1 ( , .10 1) (Slonov)
RussianBass with Piano
O thou red sun, Op 10 No 1 ( , .10 1), song (M. Slonov)
2-23063
(1147r)
RussianSoprano with Orchestra
Tatyanas scene letter - Part II - Art thou an angel? ( , II - , ?) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Maria Mikhailova, acc. Orchestra "Grammophone"06-1906
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Angel)
024037
(1984c)
RussianDuet with Orchestra
Thou didst not understand my love ( ) (Opera Les Pecheurs de Perles, act 2) (Georges Bizet, lyrics by Michel Carre, Eugene Cormon)
A.V.Nezhdanova, L.V.Sobinov, acc. orchestra06-02-1910
Moscow
Monarch (Cupid)[DB896]
His Masters Voice (HMV)DB896
[VB19]
024072
(2659c)
RussianDuet with Orchestra
Is it thou, my Vladimir? ( ) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Alexander D. Alexandrovich (Alexander D. Pokrovsky), Evgenia Zbrueva, acc. orchestra14-10-1913
St.-Petersburg
Concert (Cupid) 024072
2-23131
(2710r)
RussianSoprano with Violin and Piano
Lyudmilas aria - Ah, thou my fate ( - , , ) (Opera Ruslan and Ludmila, act 4) (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Mikhail Glinka, Konstantin Bakhturin, Valerian Shirkov, Nikolay Markevich,Nestor Kukolnik,Mikhail Gedeonov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Poem Ruslan and Ludmila)
Antonina Nezhdanova, acc. Viloin obbligato by A. Mogilevsky (violin, piano)1907
Moscow
Concert (Angel)[HMB96, HMA155]
2-43071
(2868L)
RussianSoprano with flute
Mizolis couplets ( (", ...")) (Opera Thou brilliant bird) (Felicien Daviv)
Maria Mikhailowa, acc. A.N. Semionov (flute obbligato)1905
St.-Petersburg
Concert (HMV)
2-23308
(7186L)
RussianSoprano with orchestra
Where art thou, my beloved? ( - , ?) (Opera Enchantress) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Ippolit Shpazhinsky, based on: Ippolit Shpazhinsky: Tragedy Enchantress)
[ru] -[en][en]Natalia Yuzhina-Ermolenko, acc. orchestra1908
Moscow
Concert (Angel) 2-23308
222276
(17984b)
RussianBaritone with Piano
Where art thou? Answer me! ( , ), romance (Lev Drizo)
Yury Morfessi, acc. piano21-10-1913
St.Petersburg
His Masters Voice (HMV)EK27
DB 21144
(2EA 14310)
1
RussianSoprano with piano
Where are thou, little star? ( , ?), song (Modest Moussorgsky, arr. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakoff, lyrics by Nikolai Grekoff)
Mascia Predit, acc. Gerald Moore (piano)1950His Masters Voice (HMV)DB 21144
022311
(2786½c)
Russian, ItalianTenor with Orchestra
Where art thou, my love ( - ) (Opera Orphée , act 1) (Christoph Willibald Glück, lyrics by Ranieri de Calzabigi)
Alexander Dormidontovich Alexandrovich (Alexander Dmitrievich Pokrovsky), acc. orchestra05-04-1913
St.-Petersburg
Amour Gramophone[HMB156]
Gramplasttrest and successors
05714
RussianTenor with orchestra
Matjushenkos song: "Oh thou, wind" ( : " , ") (Opera Bronenosets Potjemkin) (Oles' Tchishko, lyrics by Sergey Spassky)
Georgi Nelepp, acc. Leningrad Theatre orchestra, Conductor Arij Pazovsky1937
Leningrad
Aprelevka Plant 1476
6791
RussianFolk Instruments Orchestra
Oh, thou garden ( ), folk song (arr. Fedor Niman)
Folk Instruments Orchestra of Andreev of the Leningrad State Philharmonia, Conductor E.P.Grikurov1938
Leningrad
Noginsk Plant 1948
8292
Russian
Oh, thou song (, ), romance (Alexander Glazunov, lyrics by Seversky)
Natalia Shpiller, E.I. Antonova, acc. Semen Stuchevsky (piano)1938
Moscow
Noginsk Plant 1716
9347
Russianbutton accordion trio
a) Oh, thou garden; b) Between two white birches () , ; ) ), folk songs
Ivan Maryin, Petr Galkin, Anatoly Maryin1939Noginsk Plant 2761
13057
UkrainianBas with piano
Oh, thou handsom Semen, folk song (arr. A. Shtogarenka)
Mikhail Romensky, acc. Lydia Rzhetska (piano)1945
Kiev
Aprelevka Plant 113
13488
RussianBass with Piano
O thou red sun, Op 10 No 1 ( , .10 1), song (M. Slonov)
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. piano01-1902
Moscow
Riga Plant
Leningrad Plant 117
International Parlophon Record
14218
RussianSoprano with Orchestra
Tatyanas scene letter - Part II - Art thou an angel? ( , II - , ?) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Maria Mikhailova, acc. Orchestra "Grammophone"06-1906
St.-Petersburg
International Parlophon (green)
Leningrad - "Mineral" and "Plastmass" Artels
6623
Italian, RussianTenor with orchestra
Do not forget thou me (, ) (Non ti scordar di me), neapolitan song (Ernesto de Curtis)
Mikhail Aleksandrovich, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Evgeny Zablotskiy1951
Leningrad
Artel "Plastmass" 220-51
Local production of the 1950s
6622
Italian, RussianTenor with orchestra
Do not forget thou me (, ) (Non ti scordar di me), neapolitan song (Ernesto de Curtis)
Mikhail Aleksandrovich, acc. studio orchestra, Conductor Evgeny Zablotskiy1951
Leningrad
Kiev - Podolsk District Industry No.1 218-51
3Kiev - Artel "Khimpobut"603-51
126
LPs
-00107
Russian, Frenchtenor with orchestra
Fausts cavatina All hail, thou dwelling pure and lowry ( , ) (cavatine de Faust Salut, demeure chaste et pure) (opera Faust, act 3) (Charles Francois Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, translator Pyotr Kalashnikov, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: tragedy Faust)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, Conductor Vasily Nebolsin1950
Moscow
Aprelevka Plant ( 78)
Neographon
22821
RussianBass with Piano
O thou red sun, Op 10 No 1 ( , , .10 1), song (Mikhail Slonov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. piano01-1902
Moscow
Neographon (black, "noiseless")
Orpheon-Record
15038
RussianDuet
Oh thou, song (, , ), romance (Alexander Glazunov)
Nikolay Bolshakov (Arkadev), Lev Sibiryakov (Spyvak)11-1906
St.-Petersburg
Orpheon (black)
Polonia (UK)
K/4
(OP85)
Polishtenor
Hail, thou shining starlight (Witaj, Gwiazdo Złota), christmas carol (Zygmunt Noskowski, lyrics by Stanislaw Rzetkowski)
Andrzej Bielecki, acc. Jerzy Kropiwnicki (piano)~1950
London
Polonia (UK)K/4
RAOG=Russian Stockholders Company of Grammophone
9267
RussianDuet with Harmonica
Oh, thou garden ( , ), folk song
Peter F. Zhukov & P.D.Orlov, acc. harmonicaRAOG (black III)
10172
RussianChoir
In The Flesh Thou Didst Fall Asleep ( ), church canticle
Church Chorus, Conductor Alexander ArkhangelskyMoscowRAOG (black III)
RAOG (golden harp)9041
Stinson Records
3204-A
(R 3294 A)
RussianBaritone with Piano
Where art thou? Answer me! ( , ), romance (Lev Drizo)
Yury Morfessi, acc. piano21-10-1913
St.Petersburg
Stinson (red)3204
Syrena Record
9506
Russian
Oh Why, Thoughtless One, Bringst Thou Ruin? (A coach stood at church) ( ? ( )), folk song
Ivan Bobrov, acc. piano~03-1910...05-1910
Moscow
10261
RussianChoir with Ensemble
Enough, thou the sun (, )
Choir of V.S. Varshavsky, acc. ensemble, Conductor Vasily Varshavsky01-1911
Moscow
10812
Russian
O thou red sun, Op 10 No 1 ( , , .10 1), folk song (M. Slonov)
R. Rudin, acc. piano06-1911...08-1911-
Tonophone Record
 404
(127)
RussianDuet with Piano
Oh thou, song ( , ) (Alexander Glazunov)
Nikolay Bolshakov (Arkadev), Lev Sibiryakov (Spivak), acc. piano11-1906
St.Petersburg
Tonophone (Black)404
Universal Record
4218
(14218)
RussianSoprano with Orchestra
Tatyanas scene letter - Part II - Art thou an angel? ( , II - , ?) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Maria Mikhailova, acc. Orchestra "Grammophone"06-1906
St.-Petersburg
Universal Record II
Victor
61130
(2868L)
RussianSoprano with Flute obbligato
Charmant oiseau ( - ) (Opera La Perle du Brésil) (David)
M A Mikhailova (Flute A N Semenov), acc. A.N.Semenov (flute, piano)1905
St.-Petersburg
Victor Record (Red)[3406, 7-33029, 2-43071]
RussianSoprano with flute
Mizolis couplets ( (", ...")) (Opera Thou brilliant bird) (Felicien Daviv)
Maria Mikhailowa, acc. A.N. Semionov (flute obbligato)1905
St. Petersburg, Russia
RussianSoprano with Flute obbligato
Charmant oiseau ( - ) (Opera La Perle du Brésil) (David)
M A Mikhailova (Flute A N Semenov), acc. A.N.Semenov (flute, piano)1905
St.-Petersburg
Victor Record (Black)[3406, 7-33029, 2-43071]
Victor (batwing, red)
72266-A
(B 21800)
2
RussianBaritone with Orchestra
Oh Why, Thoughtless One, Bringst Thou Ruin? ( ?), gypsy romance (Prigozhy?)
Bernardo Olshansky, acc. orchestra, Conductor Nathaniel Shilkret25-04-1918
New York
Victor (batwing, black)
73286B
HebrewTenor
In Thruth, Thou Art Their Creator
Mordechay HershmanVictor (batwing, black)
Zonophone
X-2-63040
(1147r)
RussianSoprano with orchestra
Tatyanas scene letter - Part II - Art thou an angel? ( , II - , ?) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Maria Mikhailova, acc. orchestra06-1906
St.-Petersburg
International Zonophone
Zonophone
X-64431
(4816L)
RussianDuet
Oh thou, song (, , ), romance (Alexander Glazunov)
Nikolay Bolshakov (Arkadev), Lev Sibiryakov (Lavrentev)11-1906
St.-Petersburg
International Zonophone 64431
X-2-63331
(18441b)
Russiansoprano with piano
O thou, my song ( , ), romance (Ostapenko)
Maria Karinskaya, acc. piano02-12-1913
Moscow
Zonophone (Gramophone)X 2-63330
 
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