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017975
russianorchestra
Overture (end.) ( (.)) (Opera Il Barbiere di Siviglia) (Gioachino Rossini, lyrics by Cesare Sterbini, based on: Pierre Beaumarchais: Comedy Il Barbiere di Siviglia)
Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 310
017988
austrian, russianorchestra
Overture (), operetta (Operette Der Fledermaus) (Johann Strauss)
VRK Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-318
-139
017989
austrian, russianorchestra
Overture (end) ( ()), operetta (Operette Der Fledermaus) (Johann Strauss)
VRK Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-318
17990
russianbrass band
Mignon () (Nikolay Konstantinovich Mikos)
Brass Band of the Military Ministry of the USSR, Conductor Igor Georgievich Mironovich1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 321
17991
russianbrass band
Pas de quatre (--) (Vasily Agapkin)
Brass Band of the Military Ministry of the USSR, Conductor Igor Georgievich Mironovich1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 322
18002
russiantenor with orchestra
Lance Corporal on Vacation ( ), song (Sigismund Abramovich Katz, lyrics by Alexey Nedogonov)
Georgi Vinogradov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitskiy1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-333
18009
russian
Pepittas Song ( ), operetta (Operette The Free Wind) (Isaac Dunaevsky, lyrics by [ru] , , .[ru]Viktor Vinnikov, Vladimir Kracht, V.Tipot)
Kira Shelyakhovskay, acc. orchestra, Conductor Isaac Osipovich Dunaevsky1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-338
18010
russianduet with orchestra
Peppita and Mikk Duet ( ), operetta (Operette The Free Wind) (Isaac Dunaevsky, lyrics by [ru] , , .[ru]Viktor Vinnikov, Vladimir Kracht, V.Tipot)
Kira Shelyakhovskay and Pavel Pontryagin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Isaac Osipovich Dunaevsky1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-339
18027
russianmale choir with orchestra
Krakowiak (), song (arr. Boris Alexandrov, lyrics by Samuil Bolotin and Tatiana Sikorskaya)
Red Banner Soviet Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Oleg Razumovsky1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-353
 353
18056
russianboys choir
Lenins Stars ( ), song (Philipp Kozitsky, lyrics by Alexey Mashistov)
Boys Choir of the State Choir School, Conductor Alexander Svechnikov1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-377
18078
hungarian[ru] en] symphony orchestra
Divertissement on the themes of ancient Hungarian dances: Dance No. 2, chamber piece (Leó Weiner)
The state Symphony orchestra of the USSR, Conductor László Somogyi1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-
-557
18079
hungarian[ru] en] symphony orchestra
Divertissement on the themes of ancient Hungarian dances: Dance No. 5, chamber piece (Leó Weiner)
The state Symphony orchestra of the USSR, Conductor László Somogyi1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-
-557
18084
russianpiano
Lyrical waltz ( ) (Alexander Tsfasman)
Alexander Tsfasman, acc. orchestra, Conductor Victor Knushevitskiy1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 405
18087
russianmezzo-soprano with piano
Curling of a blue-winged swallow ( ), romance (Alexander Gurilev, lyrics by Nikolai Porfirevich Grekov)
Nadezhda Obukhova, acc. Matvey Sakharov (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs 408
-00628#2
18088
russianmezzo-soprano with guitar
Than I upset you ( ), romance (Aleksandr Egorovich Varlamov)
Nadezhda Obukhova, acc. Alexander Ivanov-Kramskoy, (guitar)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs 404
-00629#2
18089
russianmezzo-soprano with piano
I Remember I Was so Young (, ), folk song (A.M. Larme, lyrics by Yevgeny Grebenka)
Nadezhda Obukhova, acc. Matvey Sakharov (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-409
18090
russianmezzo-soprano with piano
Monotonously rings the little bell ( ), romance (Alexander Gurilev, lyrics by Ivan Makarov)
Nadezhda Obukhova, acc. Matvey Sakharov (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-410
18091
russiantenor with piano
[ru] [en], romance (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
Ivan Kozlovsky, acc. Naum Walter (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-411
-00696#2
18092
russiantenor with piano
Mad Nights ( ), romance (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Alexey Apukhtin)
Ivan Kozlovsky, acc. Naum Walter (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-412
18095
russiantenor with orchestra
Student song ( ) (Vasiliy Solov'yov-Sedoy, lyrics by Solomon Borisovich Fogelson)
Vladimir Nechaev, acc. orchestra, Conductor Victor Knushevitsky1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-415
18096
russiantenor with orchestra
Song of the earth ( ) (Boris Andreevich Mokrousov, lyrics by Alexey Ivanovich Fatyanov)
Vladimir Nechaev, acc. orchestra, Conductor Victor Knushevitsky1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-416
18101
french, russianpiano
Song without words ( ), chamber piece (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Emile Gilels1940
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-421
18103
russiansoprano with orchestra
A clear night ( ), song (Boris Mokrousov, lyrics by Yevgeny Dolmatovsky)
Alexandra V. Yakovenko, acc. orchestra, Conductor Viktor N. Knushevitsky1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-423
18104
russiansoprano with orchestra
Bloom, cherry (, ), song (Valentin Makarov, lyrics by Alexander Zharov)
Alexandra V. Yakovenko, acc. orchestra, Conductor Viktor N. Knushevitsky1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-424
18111
russianboys choir
Suvorovtsy march ( ), march song (Yevgeny Zharkovsky, lyrics by Anatoly Aleksin, Yevgeny Zharkovsky)
Boys Choir of the State Choir School, acc. instrumental ensemble, Conductor Alexander Svechnikov1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 430
18112
russianboys choir
Song about Stalin ( ), folk song
Boys Choir of the State Choir School, Conductor Alexander Svechnikov. Sveshnikov (choir school)MoscowLeningrad Plant-431
18132
russianpiano
January - At the fireside ( - ), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Petr Tchaikovsky)
Lev Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18133
russianpiano
January -U kamelka (ending) ( - ()), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Lew Nikilarvich Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18134
russianpiano
February - Shrovetide ( - ), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Lew Nikilarvich Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18135
russianpiano
March - The Lark Song ( - ), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Lew Nikilarvich Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18136
russianpiano
April - Snowdrop ( - ), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Petr Tchaikovsky)
Lev Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18137
russianpiano
May - White nights (start) ( - ()), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Petr Tchaikovsky)
Lev Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18138
russianpiano
May - White Nights (ending) ( - ()), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Petr Tchaikovsky)
Lev Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18139
russianpiano
June - Barcarolla (start) ( - ()), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Petr Tchaikovsky)
Lev Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18140
russianpiano
June - Barcarolla (ending) ( - ()), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Petr Tchaikovsky)
Lev Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs 451
-00460
18141
russianpiano
July - Song of the Mower ( - ), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Petr Tchaikovsky)
Lev Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18142
russianpiano
August - Harvest ( - ), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Petr Tchaikovsky)
Lev Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18143
russianpiano
September - Hunting ( - ), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Petr Tchaikovsky)
Lev Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18144
russianpiano
[ru] - ()[ru] October - Autumn song (start), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Petr Tchaikovsky)
Lev Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18145
russianpiano
October - Autumn song (end) ( - ()), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Petr Tchaikovsky)
Lev Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18146
russianpiano
On the Troika (November) ( ()), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Lew Nikilarvich Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18147
russianpiano
Waltz (December) ( ("" - )), solo piece (Piano Cycle The Seasons, op. 37 bis.) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
Lew Nikilarvich Oborin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 451
18148
russianmale choir with orchestra
The Nightingales (), song (Vasily Solovyev-Sedoy, lyrics by Alexey Fat'yanov)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Georgy Vinogradov1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 452
18149
russianmale choir with orchestra
The Nightingales? ending (, ), song (Vasily Solovyev-Sedoy, lyrics by Alexey Fat'yanov)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Georgy Vinogradov1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 452
18167
russiantenor with choir and ensemble
Oh you, winter ( , -), soldiers song
Georgy Vinogradov, acc. choir and ensemble of folk instruments, Conductor Konstantin Vinogradov1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 469
18168
russianchoir with ensemble
We had general ( ), soldiers song
Konstantin Vinogradov's Choir, Conductor Konstantin Vinogradov1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 470
18169
russianduet
Labor reserve march ( ), march song (Matvey Blanter, lyrics by Mikhail Isakovsky, Alexey Surkov)
Georiy Vinogradov and Ivan Skobtsov, acc. choir and orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevistky1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 471
18182
russiantenor with variety orchestra
There is wedding in our dorm ( ), song (Sigizmund Kats, lyrics by Nikolay Dorizo)
Georgiy Vinogradov, acc. Variety Orchestra of All-Union Radio Committee, Conductor Viktor Knushevitsky06-1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 481
18187
russianorchestra
Pas de quatre (--), dance (Lev Schwarz)
Orchestra conducted by Viktor Knushevitsky, Conductor Viktor KnushevitskyMoscowLeningrad Plant 486
18188
russianorchestra
Pas de grace (--), dance (Lev Schwarz)
Orchestra conducted by Viktor Knushevitsky, Conductor Viktor KnushevitskyMoscowLeningrad Plant 487
18190
russiancontralto with domras
Kolkhoz ditty ( ), folk song (Igor Konstantinovich Ipatov, lyrics by V. Lyapkov)
Antonina Smetankina, acc. domras sextet, Conductor Alexander Semenov1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 489
18191
russiancontralto with domras
Curly rowan ( ), folk song
Antonina Smetankina, acc. domras sextet, Conductor Alexander Semenov1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 490
18193
russiansoprano with orchestra
Spring Waltz ( ), song (Isaac Dunaevsky, lyrics by Sergey Alymov)
Vera Izrailevna Krasovitskaya, acc. orchestra, Conductor Viktor Nikolaevich Knushevitsky1950
Leningrad
Leningrad Plant 492
18199
russiantenor with orchestra
Along the village ( ), song (Anatoly Mikhailovich Arsky, lyrics by Vladimir Zakharovich Mass)
Mikhail Mikhaylov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Alexei Mikhailovich Kovalev1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 498
18200
russiantenor with orchestra
Evening in the park ( ), song (Konstantin Listov, lyrics by Yakov Lvovich Belinsky)
Mikhail Mikhaylov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Alexei Mikhailovich Kovalev1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 499
18340
italian, russianduet with orchestra
Duet Marsel and Rudolph ( ) (Opera Bogema, act 4) (Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria Puccini, lyrics by Luigi Illica, Giuseppe Giacosa, based on: Henri Murge: The novel Scenes de la vie de boheme)
Ivan Kozlovsky and Andrey Ivanov, acc. orchestra of the bolshoi theater of the ussr, Conductor Samuil Samosud1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs 618
-00984
(00984)
18341
italian, russianduet with orchestra
Duet Marsel and Rudolph (end.) ( (.)) (Opera Bogema, act 4) (Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria Puccini, lyrics by Luigi Illica, Giuseppe Giacosa, based on: Henri Murge: The novel Scenes de la vie de boheme)
Ivan Kozlovsky and Andrey Ivanov, acc. orchestra of the bolshoi theater of the ussr, Conductor Samuil Samosud1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs 618
-00984
(00984)
18352
russiantenor with orchestra
In the foothills of the Altai ( ), song (Leonid Bakalov, lyrics by Alexander Zharov)
Ivan Shmelev, acc. orchestra, Conductor Victor Knushevitskiy1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 626
18367
polish, russianpiano
Mazurka, C sharp minor, Op. 41 No. 1 (, , . 41 1), chamber piece (Fryderyk Chopin)
Vladimir Sofronitsky08-1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 638
18368
polish, russianpiano
Waltz, op.70, No2 (, , , 70, 2), chamber piece (Fryderyk Chopin)
Vladimir Sofronitsky08-1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 639
18375
russiansoprano with piano
The blue fell asleep ( ), romance (Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka, lyrics by Nestor Vasilyevich Kukolnik)
Natalia Shpiller, acc. Semen Stuchevsky (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 645
18376
russiansoprano with piano
Jewish song ( ), romance (Nikolai Andreevich Rimsky-Korsakov, lyrics by Lev May)
Natalia Shpiller, acc. Semen Stuchevsky (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 646
18386
russian, russiantenor with orchestra
Cavaradossis Aria ( ) (Opera La Tosca, act 3) (Giacomo Puccini, lyrics by Luigi Illica, Giuseppe Giacosa, based on: Victorien Sardu: Drama La Tosca)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. All-Union Radio Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Vasily Nebolsin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 656
18404
russianbass with piano
Ive Wanted in a Single Word ( ), romance (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Heinrich Heine)
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Lev Efimovich Octrin (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-666
18405
russianbass with piano
Amidst the Noise of a Ball ( ), romance (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Alexey Tolstoy)
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Lev Efimovich Octrin (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-667
18408
russianthe folk song ensembl
In our circle ( ), song
Ensemble of Russian folk songs all-Union radio Committee, Conductor Anna Rudneva, Solo by . , . 1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 670
18409
russianthe folk song ensembl
Sowing ditties ( ) (arr. Anna Rudneva)
Ensemble of Russian folk songs all-Union radio Committee, Conductor Anna Rudneva1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 684
18450
azerbaijani, russiantenor with instrumental ensemble
Segvgilim, love (, ), song (Andrey Avanesovich Babaev, lyrics by Zeynal Jabar-zade)
Rashid Beybutov, acc. instrumental ensemble, Conductor Tofik Kuliyev1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 708
18451
azerbaijani, russiantenor with instrumental ensemble
, song (Tofik Kuliyev, lyrics by Alexander Alekseevich Zharov)
Rashid Beybutov, acc. instrumental ensemble, Conductor Tofik Kuliyev1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 709
018460
austrian, russianorchestra
Preludes "Symphonic Poem" ( " "), symphony piece (Ferenc Liszt)
All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Natan Rakhlin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-714
018461
austrian, russianorchestra
Preludes "Symphonic Poem" (continuation 1) ( " " ( 1)), symphony piece (Ferenc Liszt)
All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Natan Rakhlin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-714
018462
austrian, russianorchestra
Preludes "Symphonic Poem" (continuation 2) ( " " ( 2)), symphony piece (Ferenc Liszt)
All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Natan Rakhlin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-714
018463
austrian, russianorchestra
Preludes "Symphonic Poem" (continuation 3) ( " " ( 3)), symphony piece (Ferenc Liszt)
All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Natan Rakhlin1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-714
18472
russianmezzo-soprano with piano
Im here, Suzon ( , ), romance (Leo Delibe, lyrics by Alfred de Musset)
Zara Dolukhanova, acc. Kozel Bertha M. (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-719
18473
russianmezzo-soprano with piano
Calm sea ( ), romance (Alexandre-César-Léopold Bizet, lyrics by Alfonso de Lamartine)
Zara Dolukhanova, acc. Kozel Bertha M. (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-720
18490
german, russiancello with fortepiano
Adagio (), chamber piece (Johann Sebastian Bach)
Daniil Shafran, acc. Nina Musinyan (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 734
18491
german, russiancello with fortepiano
Adagio (end.) ( ()), chamber piece (Johann Sebastian Bach)
Daniil Shafran, acc. Nina Musinyan (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 734
18496
russianbass with piano
She, like noon, is good (, , ), romance (Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov, lyrics by Nikolai Minsky)
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Abram Makarov (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-739
18497
russianbass with piano
Im waiting for you ( ), romance (Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov, lyrics by Davydova Maria)
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Abram Makarov (piano)1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-740
018506
russianduet with orchestra
Duet of Iolanta and Vodemona (part 1) ( ( 1)) (Opera Iolanta) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Henrik Hertz: Drama in verse King René's Daughter)
Elizabeth Shumskaya, Vitaly Kilchevsky, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-747
-869
018507
russianduet with orchestra
Duet of Iolanta and Vodemona (part 2) ( ( 2)) (Opera Iolanta) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Henrik Hertz: Drama in verse King René's Daughter)
Elizabeth Shumskaya, Vitaly Kilchevsky, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-747
018508
russianduet with orchestra
Duet of Iolanta and Vodemona (part 3) ( ( 3)) (Opera Iolanta) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Henrik Hertz: Drama in verse King René's Daughter)
Elizabeth Shumskaya, Vitaly Kilchevsky, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-747
018509
russianduet with orchestra
Duet of Iolanta and Vodemona (part 4) ( ( 4)) (Opera Iolanta) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Henrik Hertz: Drama in verse King René's Daughter)
Elizabeth Shumskaya, Vitaly Kilchevsky, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Melik-Pashaev1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant747
18511
russianbaritone with ensemble
Song about my town ( ) (Moisey Ferkelman, lyrics by Evgeny Dolmatovsky)
Vladimir Bunchikov, acc. all-union radio committee song ensemble, Conductor Anatoliy Novikov, K. Sakharov1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 749
18520
russiantenor with variety orchestra
Beyond the river ( ), song (George Konstantinovich Kamaldinov, lyrics by Alexander Andreevich Prokofiev)
Georgy Pavlovich Vinogradov and Nina Alexandriyskaya, acc. folk instruments orchestra, Conductor Peter Ivanovich Alekseev1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 758
18521
russianchoir and orchestra
Our Motherland is the Citadel of Peace ( - ), song (Valentin Kruchinin, lyrics by Yakov Belinsky)
All-Union Radio Committee Song Ensemble, Conductor Anatoliy Novikov and Vasily Tselikovsky1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 759
18593
russianbass-baritone with choir and orchestra
In the Defence of Peace ( ), song (Viktor Bely, lyrics by Ilya Frenkel)
Piotr Kirichek, acc. All-Union Radio Committee Song Ensemble (choir and orchestra), Conductor Anatoliy Novikov and Vasily Tselikovsky1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 826
18597
russianduet with orchestra
Holiday song ( ) (Dmitry and Daniil Pokrass, lyrics by Vasily Ivanovich Lebedev-Kumach)
Vladimir Bunchikov, Vladimir Nechaev, acc. orchestra, Conductor Victor Knushevitsky1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 829
18732
russianbrass band
Fighters for peace ( ), march (Vladimir Vishnevetsky)
Home Affairs Ministry Brass Orchestra, Conductor Fedor Nikolaevsky1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
18760
russianorchestra
Musical moment ( ), waltz (Isaac Dunaevsky)
Pop orchestra performed by V. Knushevitsky, Conductor Viktor Knushevitsky, Solo by Alexander Naumovich Tsfasman1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-954
-00209#1
18761
russian
Waltz () (Isaac Dunaevsky)
Orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitsky1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-955
18823
russianmale choir with orchestra
Varjag ( (, , )) (arr. Alexander Alexandrov)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Konstantin Grigorevich Gerasimov1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 998
018870
russiansymphony orchestra
Nocturne (), symphony piece (Lyrical suite) (Edvard Grieg)
All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 1
018871
russiansymphony orchestra
Waltz () (Jean Sibelius)
All-Union Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Nikolay Golovanov1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 2
18872
german, russiantenor with orchestra
Narration - In fernem Land ( - ) (Opera Lohengrin, act 3) (Wilhelm Richard Wagner, based on: : Poem Tannhauser und der Sangerkrieg auf Wartburg)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. orchestra of the bolshoi theater of the ussr, Conductor Vasily Nebolsin1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 3
18873
german, russiantenor with orchestra
Narration - In fernem Land, ending ( - , ) (Opera Lohengrin, act 3) (Wilhelm Richard Wagner, based on: : Poem Tannhauser und der Sangerkrieg auf Wartburg)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. orchestra of the bolshoi theater of the ussr, Conductor Vasily Nebolsin1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 3
18891
russian
On the broad street the regiment goes ( ), song (Fedor Maslov, lyrics by Yakov Belinsky and Yakov Shvedov)
Moscow Song and Dance Ensemble of the Soviet Army, Conductor Fedor Maslov, Solo by V. Kuznetsov and N. Voronkov1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
18892
russian
Swallow (-), song (Eugene mmanuylovych Zharkovskyy, lyrics by Osip Yakovlevych Kolychev)
Song and Dance Ensemble of the Baltic Fleet, Conductor Georgy Kolyshkin, Solo by Shustrov and Melnikov1950
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
18998
russianfolk choir with accordion
We are for peace ( - ), song (Serafim S. Tulikov, lyrics by Alexander Zharov)
M.E. Pyatnitsky Russian Folk Choir, acc. Folk Instruments orchestra, Conductor Vladimir Grigorjevich Zakharov and P.M. Kazmin (choir), V.V. Khvatov (orchestra)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 102
18999
russianmale choir with orchestra
Song of Peace and Friendship ( ) (Viktor Bely, lyrics by Ilya Frenkel)
Red Banner Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, acc. , Conductor Boris Alexandrov1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 103
19034
russian, ukrainianbas with piano
Evening (), romance (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Taras Shevchenko, translation Lev May)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. Abram Makarov (piano)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-132
19039
russianorchestra
Student polka ( ), waltz
Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Naumovich Tsfasman1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 142
19101
russianbas with piano
None But Tht Lonely Heart (, , ), romance (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Joahnn Goethe, translation Lev May)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. Naum Walter (piano)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-155
019141
french, russiantenor with orchestra
In the bright moonlight (Je crois entendre encore) ( ) (Opera Les Pecheurs de Perles, act 1) (Georges Bizet, lyrics by Michel Carre, Eugene Cormon)
Leonid Sobinov, acc. orchestraLeningrad Plant, Gramophone Co. 161
022161
(1987c)
019142
russiantenor with orchestra
Princes cavatina - Unwillingly to these sad shores ( - ) (Opera Rusalka, act 3) (Alexander Dargomyzhsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Rusalka)
Leonid Sobinov, acc. orchestraLeningrad Plant, Gramophone Co. 162
19254
russian, ukrainiancontralto with button accordions
I have few children ( ) (Konstantin Listov, lyrics by S. Oleinik, translation by D. Sedykh)
Antonina Smetankina, acc. Boris Shashin, Alexander Zuev (button accordion duet)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 259
19255
russiancontralto with button accordions
Here is the position ( ), folk song (Nikita Bogoslovsky, lyrics by Vladlen Bahnov Jacob Kostyukovsky)
Antonina Smetankina, acc. Boris Shashin, Alexander Zuev (button accordion duet)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 260
19260
russianmezzo-soprano with ensemble
Women of the world - go ahead ( - ), song ( , lyrics by . )
Zara Dolukhanova, acc. All-Union Radio Committee Song Ensemble, Conductor Anatoliy Novikov and Vasily Tselikovsky1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-264
19270
russianmezzo-soprano with piano
I look for the little river ( ()), romance (Boris Andreevich Mokrousov, lyrics by Vadim Evgenievich Malkov and Georgy Stroganov)
Nadezhda Andrejevna Obukhova, acc. Matvey Sakharov (piano)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 269
19271
russianmezzo-soprano with piano
I look for the little river (ending) ( ()), romance (Boris Andreevich Mokrousov, lyrics by Vadim Evgenievich Malkov and Georgy Stroganov)
Nadezhda Andrejevna Obukhova, acc. Matvey Sakharov (piano)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 269
19276
russian
Like the Volga River ( -) (Bogatyr River) (Valentin Alekseevich Makarov, lyrics by Yakov Lvovich Belinsky)
Ivan Shmelev, acc. All-Union Radio Committee Song Ensemble, Conductor Anatoliy Novikov and VasilyTselikovsky1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-272
19277
russian
[ru] (Bogatyr River) (Valentin Alekseevich Makarov, lyrics by Yakov Lvovich Belinsky)
Alexandra V. Yakovenko, acc. All-Union Radio Committee Song Ensemble, Conductor Anatoliy Novikov and VasilyTselikovsky1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant-272
19298
russiantenor with choir
Far from home (, ), song (Georg Nosov, arr. Boris Alexandrov, lyrics by Alexander Churkin)
Red Banner Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Georgy Vinogradov1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 288
19299
russiantenor with choir
Far from home, ending (, , ), song (Georg Nosov, arr. Boris Alexandrov, lyrics by Alexander Churkin)
Red Banner Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Georgy Vinogradov1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 288
019338
polish, russiantenor with piano
Jonteks Dumka - In the Hills the Wind Wails ( ) (Opera Halka, act 4) (Stanisław Moniuszko, lyrics by Włodzimierz Wolsky, based on: Włodzimierz Wolsky/Kazimierz Vuynitsky: Poem/Novel Halka/The mountain girl)
Leonid Sobinov, acc. orchestra27-02-1911
St.-Petersburg
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co. 319
022197
(2213c)
019339
russiantenor with orchestra
Levkos song - Sleep, my beauty ( - , ) (Opera May Night, act 3) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Nikolay Gogol: The story May Night, or the Drowned Maiden)
Leonid Sobinov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Bruno Seidler-Winkler06-02-1910
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co. 320
022162
(1988½c)
[ABHB7]
19353
russianmale choir and orchestra
We are for peace ( - ), march song (Serafim S. Tulikov, lyrics by Alexander Zharov)
Alexandrov Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble of the Soviet Army, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Oleg Razumovsky1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant 333
19451
russian, russiantenor with piano
Near my window ( ), romance (Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov, lyrics by G. Galina (Einerling))
Ivan Kozlovsky, acc. Naum Walter (piano)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
19452
russian, russiantenor with piano
Disappointment (), romance (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by P. Collen)
Ivan Kozlovsky, acc. Naum Walter (piano)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
19455
russianbass and piano
Worm (), comic song (Alexander Dargomyzhsky, lyrics by Pierre Jean Beranger, Vasily Kurochkin (Russian version))
Boris Gmyrya, acc. (piano)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
19456
russianbass and piano
Flea (), song (Modest Mussorgsky, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Poem Faust)
Boris Gmyrya, acc. Lev Efimovich Octrin (piano)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
19477
italian, russianbaritone with orchestra
Aria of Germont ( ) (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Sergei Shaposhniko, acc. Orchestra of the Leningrad Maly Operny Teatr, Conductor Eduard Grikurov1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
19478
italian, russianbaritone with orchestra
Aria of Germont ( ) (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Sergei Shaposhniko, acc. Orchestra of the Leningrad Maly Operny Teatr, Conductor Eduard Grikurov1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
019503
russiantenor with orchestra
Lenskys arioso - I love you, Olga ( - , ) (Opera Eugene Onegin, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, Konstantin Shilovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Novel in verse Eugene Onegin)
Leonid Sobinov, acc. orchestra31-10-1911
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.022243
(2516c)
019504
russiantenor with orchestra
Tsar Berendeys romance - Joyous day departs ( - ) (Opera The Snow Maiden, act 3) (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Ostrovsky: The Play The Snow Maiden)
Leonid Sobinov, acc. orchestra27-02-1911
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.022199
(2216c)
19593
russianduet with orchestra
Thou didst not understand my love ( ( )) (Opera Les Pecheurs de Perles, act 2) (Georges Bizet, lyrics by Michel Carre, Eugene Cormon)
Sergey Lemeshev and Nadezhda Kazantseva, acc. WRC Orchestra, Conductor Onisim Bron1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
19594
russianduet with orchestra
Thou didst not understand my love ( ( )) (Opera Les Pecheurs de Perles, act 2) (Georges Bizet, lyrics by Michel Carre, Eugene Cormon)
Sergey Lemeshev and Nadezhda Kazantseva, acc. WRC Orchestra, Conductor Onisim Bron1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
019609
russiantenor with piano
A Nightingale (), romance (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. Abram Makarov (piano)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
019610
french, russiantenor with piano
My Granny ( ), song (Ivan Shishov, lyrics by Pierre-Jean de Berange)
Sergey Lemeshev, acc. Abram Makarov (piano)1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
019615
italian, russianduet with orchestra
Violettas Aria ( ) (Opera La Traviata, act 4) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Ivan Kozlovsky and Elizaveta Shumskaya, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1948
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-062
019616
italian, russianduet with orchestra
Violettas Aria (end) ( (.)) (Opera La Traviata, act 4) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Ivan Kozlovsky and Elizaveta Shumskaya, acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-062
19675
ukrainiantenor with the ensemble
The sun very low, folk song (Ukrainian folk song)
Petr Belinnik, acc. the ensemble of bandura-players of ukrainian radio, Conductor Andrey Bobyr1951
Kiev
Leningrad Plant
19676
ukrainianensemble
My neighbours house is white ( i i), folk song
Bandura Players Ensemble of Ukrainian Radio, Conductor Andrei Matveyevich Bobyr1951
Kiev
Leningrad Plant
19738
russian, polishtenor with piano
Marianne (), song (Eduard Kolmanovsky, lyrics by Tatiana Sikorskaya)
Leonid Neverov, acc. V.Shraibman (piano)1951
Leningrad
Leningrad Plant
19739
russian, czechtenor with piano
In the old garden ( ), song (arr. Eduard Kolmanovsky)
Leonid Neverov, acc. V.Shraibman (piano)1951
Leningrad
Leningrad Plant
19830
russianmale choir and orchestra
March of the miners ( ), march song (Tikhon Khrennikov, lyrics by Evgeni Dolmatovsky)
Alexandrov Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble of the Soviet Army, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Benjamin Bycheev1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
19857
russianbaritone with orchestra
Prince Eletzkys aria - I love you (beginning) ( - ()) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 2) (lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
Sergei Shaposhniko, acc. Orchestra of the Leningrad Maly Operny Teatr, Conductor Eduard Grikurov1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
19858
russianbaritone with orchestra
Prince Eletzkys aria - I love you (ending) ( - ()) (Opera The Queen of Spades, act 2) (lyrics by Modest Tchaikovsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: The story The Queen of Spades)
Sergei Shaposhniko, acc. Orchestra of the Leningrad Maly Operny Teatr, Conductor Eduard Grikurov1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
19902
italiansoprano with orchestra
Cavatina Linda (Opera Linda di Chamounix) (Gaetano Donizetti)
Gohar Gasparyan, acc. orchestra, Conductor Onisim Bron1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
19903
frenchsoprano with orchestra
Sevillana - A Sevillas, belles Senoras (Opera Don Cesar de Bazan) (Jules Massenet)
Gohar Gasparyan, acc. USSR State Orchestra, Conductor Samuil Samosud1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
19910
russiansoprano with orchestra
Natashas Aria ( ) (Opera The Oprichnik, act 1) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, based on: Ivan Lazhechnikov: Drama The Oprichnik)
Liliya Danilovna Lobanova-Rogacheva, acc. State Symphony Orchestra of the Ukrainian SSR, Conductor Konstantin Arsenievich Simeonov1951
Kiev
Leningrad Plant
19911
russiansoprano with orchestra
Kumas Arioso ( - , ?) (Opera Enchantress, act 4) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, lyrics by Ippolit Shpazhinsky, based on: Ippolit Shpazhinsky: Tragedy Enchantress)
Liliya Danilovna Lobanova-Rogacheva, acc. Symphony Orchestra of the All-Union Radio, Conductor Samuil Abramovich Samosud1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
019912
frenchsoprano with orchestra
Légende des clochettes - va la jeune hindoue (Opera Lakmé, act 2) (Leo Delibe, lyrics by Philippe Emile Francois Gilles, Edmond Gondine, based on: Pierre Loti (Julien Vio): The novel Rarahu ou Le Mariage de Loti)
Gohar Gasparyan, acc. Orchestra, Conductor Onisim Bron1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
019913
frenchsoprano with orchestra
Légende des clochettes - va la jeune hindoue (Opera Lakmé, act 2) (Leo Delibe, lyrics by Philippe Emile Francois Gilles, Edmond Gondine, based on: Pierre Loti (Julien Vio): The novel Rarahu ou Le Mariage de Loti)
Gohar Gasparyan, acc. Orchestra, Conductor Onisim Bron1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
19919
russianchorus and orchestra
Member of Parliament (), folk song
The Choir Of Russian Song The All-Union Radio, acc. folk instruments orchestra, Conductor Anna Rudneva, Solo by . . 1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
20045
russianbaritone with orchestra
White-winged seagulls ( ), song (David Abramovich Pritsker, lyrics by Solomon Borisovich Fogelson)
Vladimir Bunchikov, acc. orchestra, Conductor Victor Knushevitskiy1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-00164#2
20726
russian, finnishinstrumental ensemble
The Finnish polka ( ) (Säkkijärven polkka) (arr. Boris Ermilovich Tikhonov)
Instrumental quartet: Boris Ermilovich Tikhonov (accordion), A. Kuznetsov (guitar), N. Nazaruk (clarinet), P. Kupreishvili (double bass), acc. instrumental quartet1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-00210#1
20795
georgian, russianbaritone with orchestra
One, two, three (, , ), couplets (A. Shulman, lyrics by B. Klyachko)
Vladimir Kandelaki, acc. orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitskiy22 1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
20796
georgian, russianbaritone with orchestra
Kutaisi (), couplets (arr. A. Baskakov, lyrics by A. Baskakov)
Vladimir Kandelaki, acc. orchestra, Conductor Viktor Knushevitskiy1951
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, Gramplasttrest and successors20796
21032
italian, russian
Scene and Duet of Violetta and Germont ( ) (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-059
21033
italian, russian
Scene and Duet of Violetta and Germont (cont. 1) ( (.1)) (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-059
21034
italian, russian
Scene and Duet of Violetta and Germont (cont. 1) ( (.1)) (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-059
21035
italian, russian
Scene and Duet of Violetta and Germont (cont. 1) ( (.1)) (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-059
21036
italian, russian
Scene and Duet of Violetta and Germont (cont. 1) ( (.1)) (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-059
21037
italian, russian
Scene and Duet of Violetta and Germont (cont. 1) ( (.1)) (Opera La Traviata, act 2) (Giuseppe Verdi, lyrics by Francesco Maria Piave, based on: Alexander Dumas (son): The romantic novel The Lady of the Camellias)
Elizaveta Vladimirovna Shumskaya (Violetta), Pavel Lisitsian (Germon), acc. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Orlov1947
Moscow
Leningrad Plant, LPs-059
021366
russianbass
Down Mother Volga ( ), folk song
Fedor Ivanovich ChaliapinLeningrad Plant
021367
russianbass with chorus
They dont let Masha walk across the brook ( ), folk song
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin30-09-1911
St.Petersburg
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.022213
(2454½c)
[DB104]
021368
russianbass with piano
Farewell to thee (, !), folk song (arr. Karategen)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. Ivor Newton (piano)13-06-1929
Small Queen's Hall, London
Leningrad Plant, Gramplasttrest and successors12487
021369
russianbass with balalaika orchestra
Down the Petersky ( ), folk song
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. Balalaika Orchestra "Petersky"13-06-1929
Small Queen's Hall, London
Leningrad Plant, Gramplasttrest and successors10870
021370
german, russianbass with orchestra
Death and the Maiden ( ), romance (Franz Schubert)
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Eugene Goossens30-06-1928
London, Small Queen's Hall
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.2-022058
(Cc 13898-1)
021371
german, russianbass with orchestra
Der Doppelgänger, D 957 (The Twin) (, D 957), romance (Franz Schubert)
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Eugene Goossens30-06-1928
London, Small Queen's Hall
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.2-022057
(Cc 13897-1A)
[DB1184, 7116]
021372
french, russianbass with piano and cello
Elegy () (Élégie), romance (Jules Massenet)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. Ivor Newton, Cedric Sharpe (cello and piano)13-05-1931
London, Small Queen's Hall
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.32-2226
(2B 885-1)
021373
russianbass with orchestra
Persian Song ( ) (Anton Rubinstein)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Lawrence Collingwood13-05-1931
London, Small Queen's Hall
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.32-2227
(2B 884-3)
21376
french, russianbass with orchestra
Sérénade de Mefistopheles - Vous qui faites lendormie ( - , ) (Opera Faust) (Charles Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. orchestraLeningrad Plant
21377
french, russianbass with orchestra
Song of the Golden Calf ( ) (Le veau dor) (Opera Faust) (Charles Gounod, lyrics by Jules Barbier, Michel Carre, based on: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The tragedy Faust)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Henri Bsser, Henri Busser27-02-1930
Leningrad Plant
21489
russiantenor with choir
Far from home (, ), song (Georg Nosov, arr. Boris Alexandrov, lyrics by Alexander Churkin)
Red Banner Song and Dance Ensemble, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Ivan Ivanovich Savchuk1952
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
21490
russiantenor with choir
Far from home (, ), song (Georg Nosov, arr. Boris Alexandrov, lyrics by Alexander Churkin)
Red Banner Song and Dance Ensemble of the Soviet Army of A.Aleksandrov, Conductor Boris Alexandrov, Solo by Ivan Ivanovich Savchuk1952
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
021674
russianbass with piano
She Laughed ( ), romance (G Lishin, lyrics by )
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. Ivor Newton (grand piano)19-06-1929
London
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.32-651
(Cc 17115-2)
21957
russian
White birch ( ), ditties
Klavdia Kotok, acc. Fedor Filin (button accordion)1952
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
021986
russianbass with orchestra
Air of Konchak ( ) (Opera Prince Igor, act 2) (Alexander Borodin, lyrics by Alexander Borodin, Vladimir Stasov, based on: : Poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign)
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestraLeningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.
021987
italian, russianbass with orchestra
Air of Basilio ( ) (Opera Il Barbiere di Siviglia) (Gioachino Rossini, lyrics by Cesare Sterbini, based on: Pierre Beaumarchais: Comedy Il Barbiere di Siviglia)
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestraLeningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.
022082
russianbass with chorus and orchestra
The death of Boris - The bell! The passing bell ( , !) (Opera Boris Godunov, act 4) (Modest Mussorgsky, arr. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Boris Godunov)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. chorus and orchestra, Conductor Eugene GoossensLeningrad Plant, Gramplasttrest and successors013484
022087
russianbass with piano and cello
Doubt (Be still, my fears) ( (, )), romance (Mikhail Glinka)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. Ivor Newton and Cedric Sharpe (piano an violoncello)13-05-1931
Small Queen's Hall, London
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.32-1797
(2B 883-2)
022088
russianbass with orchestra
The Millers aria - You young girls are all alike ( - , - ) (Opera Rusalka, act 1) (Alexander Dargomyzhsky, based on: Alexander Pushkin: Drama Rusalka)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. London Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Max Steimann08-06-1931
London, Kingsway Hall
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.32-2663
(2B 579-2A)
[DB1530, 7704]
22089
russianmezzo-soprano with piano
Baby (), song (Zara Levina, lyrics by Olga Fadeeva)
Klavdiya Shulzhenko, acc. Boris Mandrus (piano)1953
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
022100
russianbass with piano and cello
[ru] , song (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Vasily Zhukovsky)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. [ru]11-10-1921
London
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.2022009
(Cc 558)
russianbass with piano and cello
Night parade ( ), song (Mikhail Glinka, lyrics by Vasily Zhukovsky)
Feodor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra1921(Cc 558)
022101
russianbass with orchestra
The Prophet (), romance (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, lyrics by Alexander Pushkin)
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Albert Coates20-10-1927
London
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.DB1103
2-022043
(Cc 10957-2)
022121
russianpiano with orchestra
oncert 2 (c-moll) 1st part Moderato ( 2 (c-moll)1 . Moderato), symphony piece (Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov)
Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov, acc. Philadelphian Orchestra, Conductor Leopold Stokowski10-04-1929
Philadelphia
Leningrad Plant, Victor8148
(CVE-48963)
022122
russianpiano with orchestra
oncert 2 (c-moll) 1 part Moderato (continuation) ( 2 (c-moll) 1 . Moderato ()), symphony piece (Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov)
Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov, acc. Philadelphian Orchestra, Conductor Leopold Stokowski10-04-1929
Philadelphia
Leningrad Plant, Victor
022123
russianpiano with orchestra
oncert 2 (c-moll) 1 part Moderato (ending) ( 2 (c-moll) 1 . Moderato ()), symphony piece (Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov)
Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov, acc. Philadelphian Orchestra, Conductor Leopold Stokowski10-04-1929
Philadelphia
Leningrad Plant, Victor
022124
russianpiano with orchestra
oncert 2 (c-moll) 2nd part Adagio sostenuto ( 2 (c-moll) 2 . Adagio sostenuto), symphony piece (Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov)
Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov, acc. Philadelphian Orchestra, Conductor Leopold Stokowski10-04-1929
Philadelphia
Leningrad Plant, Gramplasttrest and successors9719
022125
russianpiano with orchestra
oncert 2 (c-moll) 2nd part Adagio sostenuto (continuation, 1) ( 2 (c-moll) 2 . Adagio sostenuto ( 1-)), symphony piece (Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov)
Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov, acc. Philadelphian Orchestra, Conductor Leopold Stokowski10-04-1929
Philadelphia
Leningrad Plant, Victor8150-A
(CVE-48967)
022126
russianpiano with orchestra
oncert 2 (c-moll) 2nd part Adagio sostenuto (continuation, 2) ( 2 (c-moll) 2 . Adagio sostenuto ( 2-)), symphony piece (Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov)
Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov, acc. Philadelphian Orchestra, Conductor Leopold Stokowski10-04-1929
Philadelphia
Leningrad Plant, Victor
022127
russianpiano with orchestra
Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op. 18, part 2 - Adagio sostenuto (ending) ( 2 , op. 18, 2 - Adagio sostenuto ()), symphony piece (Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov)
Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov, acc. Philadelphia Orchestra, Conductor Leopold Stokowski10-04-1929
Philadelphia
Leningrad Plant, Victor8151
(CVE-48969)
022128
russianpiano with orchestra
oncert 2 (c-moll) 3rd part Allegro scherzando ( 2 (c-moll) 3 . Allegro scherzando) (Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov)
Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov, acc. Philadelphian Orchestra, Conductor Leopold Stokowski04-10-1929
Philadelphia
Leningrad Plant, Gramplasttrest and successors09723
022129
russianpiano with orchestra
oncert 2 (c-moll) 3rd part Allegro scherzando (continuation) ( 2 (c-moll) 3 . Allegro scherzando()) (Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov)
Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov, acc. Philadelphian Orchestra, Conductor Leopold Stokowski04-10-1929
Philadelphia
Leningrad Plant, Gramplasttrest and successors09724
022130
russianpiano with orchestra
oncert 2 (c-moll) 3rd part Meno mosso (ending) ( 2 (c-moll) 3 . Meno mosso ()) (Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov)
Sergei Vasilyevich Rahmaninov, acc. Philadelphian Orchestra, Conductor Leopold Stokowski04-10-1929
Philadelphia
Leningrad Plant, Gramplasttrest and successors09725
022145
italianbass with orchestra
In this dark tomb (In questa tomba oscura), chamber piece (Ludwig van Beethoven)
Fedor Ivanovich Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Lawrance Collingwood17-06-1927
London
Leningrad Plant, Gramophone Co.2-052345
(Cc10961-2▲)
022146
german, russianbass with orchestra
When the King went forth to war, Ballada Op 7 No 6 ( , 7 6) (Fedor Koeneman, lyrics by A. Koltonovsky, M. Konopnickaya)
Fedor Chaliapin, acc. orchestra, Conductor Lawrance Collingwood16-06-1927
London
Leningrad Plant, His Masters Voice (HMV)2-022044
(Cc10958-1)
22224
russianaccordionists duet
Volga quadrille ( ), dance (V. Korneev)
A.A.Shalaev, N.A.KrylovMoscowLeningrad Plant
22225
russianaccordionists duet
Barynya (), folk dance (arr. A.A.Shalaev)
A.A.Shalaev, N.A.Krylov1953
Moscow
Leningrad Plant
 
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