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    Oi ya nestchastay (malo Russkaya piesnia) sound recording | 1 sound disc : analog, 80 rpm ; 10 in. | Cutout date: 10/31/1929. On label: tenor in Russian, pod accompaniment. Ukrainian folk song. Coupling date: 6/21/1921. (Venue). With (reverse side): Ach rasposhol / Alexander Sashko. DLC Sound Recording (Form). Electronic Resource (Form). Remote (Form). Sound Recording (Form). Sound Disc (Form).
    • Contributor: Edison - Iranova, A. - Sashko, Alexander - Lysenko, Mykola Vitaliĭovych
    • Date: 1922
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    The Cossacks were whistling music for Ukra[i]nian bandura and voice. Catalog Record Only Roy Torley, bandura; Joan Gaustad, singer. Recorded July 1987-Apr. 1988 at Bay Records, Berkeley, Calif. Production level cataloging.
    • Contributor: Turley, Roy
    • Date: 1988
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    My molodʹ Ukraïny Catalog Record Only Sung in Ukrainian. Title from container. St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Youth Ensemble "Verkhovyna", directed by Jaroslawa Prociw (youth choir), Jurij Jarymowych (young adults' chorus), Anna Mryszczuk (guitarists) ; with piano acc. Notes in English and Ukrainian printed on container.
    • Contributor: Verkhovyna (Musical Group : Chicago, Ill.)
    • Date: 198?
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    Gosudarstvennai︠a︡ akademicheskai︠a︡ khorovai︠a︡ kapella BSSR Catalog Record Only Melodii︠a︡: S10-08669 (matrix)--S10-08670 (matrix). Principally unacc. choral settings (mixed voices) of Belarusian, Russian, and Ukrainian folk songs. Sung in Russian (1st-4th, 9th, 10th works), Belarusian (5th-8th works) and Ukrainian (11th work). Title from container. Vladimir Rogovich, conductor.
    • Contributor: Dzi︠a︡rz︠h︡aŭnai︠a︡ Akadėmichnai︠a︡ Kharavai︠a︡ Kapėla Bssr
    • Date: 1970
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    Narodnye pesni Folk songs.
    Folk songs Catalog Record Only
    Male Choir of St. Petersburg (1st-15th works) ; Chamber Choir "Lik" (16th-18th works) ; Vadim Afanasiev, conductor. Compact disc. Includes program notes and performers' biographies in Russian and English in booklet (11 p. : col. ports.) inserted in container.
    • Contributor: Muzhskoĭ Khor Sankt-Peterburga
    • Date: 2004
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    Le choœr d'enfants ukrainiens d'Odessa. Catalog Record Only Ukrainian folk songs. Choœr d'enfants ukrainiens d'Odessa, Taïssa Saritcheva, director ; acc. by instrumental ensemble. Recorded in Apr. 1994, l'église de Cervon. Compact disc. Biographical note in English, French, and German on insert.
    • Contributor: Saritcheva, Taïssa - Choœr D'enfants Ukrainiens D'odessa
    • Date: 1994
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    Koly rozluchai︠u︡tʹsi︠a︡ dvoi︠e︡ : ukr. pisni︠a︡ : muz. M. Lysenka = When two are parting / Catalog Record Only Aprelevskiĭ zavod: 12693 (matrix G-1132) (1st work), 12604 (matrix G-1131) (2nd work). The 1st work is a vocal duet; 2nd a Ukrainian folk song. N. Zakharchenko, [soprano] ; Andriĭ Ivanov, [baritone] ; N.G. Valʹter, piano. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection. Inventory record.
    • Contributor: Lysenko, Mykola Vitaliĭovych
    • Date: 1951
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    Ukrainian village music historic recordings 1928-1933. Catalog Record Only Primarily fiddle tunes. Various performers. Originally recorded in New York City between June 1928 and July 1933, and in Camden, NJ, between Dec. 9, 1929 and May 27, 1930. Compact disc.
    • Date: 1994
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    The ballad of Zoryana Catalog Record Only Lida Shewchuk, vocals ; with vocal and instrumental acc. Brief record.
    • Date: 1978
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    Moi︠a︡ mila chernobriva duėt. Kazala Solokha : duėt. Catalog Record Only Zonophone: X 2-64064 (matrix 1545ae) (1st work), X 2-64065 (matrix 1546 1/2 ae) (2nd work). No. etched on label: X 2-64064: (1st work), X 2-64065X: (2nd work). Ukrainian folk songs (duets). A. Frazenko, soprano; T. Piddubnyĭ, tenor; unidentified orchestra. Recorded in Vilna. Acoustic recording. Preservation master. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Magnetic Recording Laboratory, 198-. 1 sound tape reel : analog, 7 1/2...
    • Date: 1914
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    Romances, songs Romansy, pesni. Catalog Record Only Principally folk songs. Title from container. Mark Reĭzen, bass ; Vladimir Khvostin, piano.
    • Contributor: Reĭzen, Mark
    • Date: 1983
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    Oĭ, u poli viter vii︠e︡ ukr[aïnsʹka] nar[odna] pisni︠a︡ Catalog Record Only Aprelevskiĭ zavod pami︠a︡ti 1905 g.: V 5092--V 5093. Ukrainian folk songs; arr. by L. Revut︠s︡ʹkyĭ and M. Leontovych. O.A. Petrusenko, [soprano] (1st and 2nd works), M.A. Chastiĭ, [bass] (1st work) ; unidentified domra sextet ; M.M. Helis, conductor. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection.
    • Contributor: Helis, M. M. - Petrusenko, Oksana Andriïvna - Berger Collection (Library of Congress) - Revut︠s︡ʹkyĭ, Levko - Leontovych, M. (Mykola) - Chastiĭ, N. A. (Nikolaĭ Andreevich)
    • Date: 1936
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    Marie Michailova Catalog Record Only Marie Michailova, lyric soprano ; in duets with A.M. Bragin, A.M. Davidov, tenor, and Polikarp D. Orloff, baritone ; with accompaniment. Recorded 1901-1911. Program notes by S. J. Gray and discographical information on container.
    • Date: 1960
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    Nich i︠a︡ka misi︠a︡chna ukr. nar. pisni︠a︡ = A moonlit night : Ukrainian folk song. Oĭ, ne puhaĭ, puhachenʹku : ukr. nar. pisni︠a︡ = Don't hoot, ye owl : Ukrainian folk song.
    Moonlight night Catalog Record Only
    Aprelevskiĭ zavod: 16308 (matrix G-653) (1st work), 16309 (matrix G-652) (2nd work). Andriĭ Ivanov, [baritone] ; unidentified folk instrument ensemble. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection.
    • Date: 1952
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    [I︠A︡k bytʹ tobi, abo tak, abo si︠a︡k malorossīĭskai︠a︡ pi︠e︡sni︠a︡ / Catalog Record Only E. Berliner's Gramophone: 1559B (matrix). Sung in Ukrainian. G.A. Morskoĭ, tenor; piano acc. Recorded in St. Petersburg, date unknown. Recorded on one side only. Acoustic recording. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection. Production level cataloging.
    • Date: 1900
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    Voix ukrainiennes Catalog Record Only Playasound: PS 65114. Playasound: SF 500 (on container). Ukrainian folk songs. Sung in Ukrainian. Parallel title on container: Ukrainian voices. Kaléna, mixed chorus with instrumental ensemble; Hréhory Levtchenko, conductor. Recorded in Ukraine in 1993. Compact disc.
    • Date: 1993
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    Kharkivsʹki kompozytory Catalog Record Only Melodii︠a︡: 33SM 03943 (matrix)--33SM 03944 (matrix). In the 1st work: Derz︠h︡avnyĭ symf. orkestr kinematohrafiï ; E. Khachaturi︠a︡n, conductor. In the 2nd work: Oleg Krysa, [violin] ; Derz︠h︡avnyĭ symfonichnyĭ orkestr URSR ; V. Kozhukhar, conductor. In the 3rd-4th works: Symfonichnyĭ orkestr Ukraïnsʹkoho radio ; V. Gnedash, conductor.
    • Contributor: Khachaturi︠a︡n - Hubarenko, V. (Vitaliĭ) - Gosudarstvennyĭ Simfonicheskiĭ Orkestr Kinematografii (Soviet Union) - Symfonichnyĭ Orkestr Ursr - Borysov, V. (Valentyn) - Barabashov, V. (Vʹi︠a︡cheslav) - Kozhukharʹ, Vladimir - Zolotukhin, V. (Volodymyr) - Gnedash, V. - Symfonichnyĭ Orkestr Ukraïnsʹkoho Radio - Krysa, Oleh
    • Date: 197?
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    Krasnoznamennyĭ im. A.V. Aleksandrova ansamblʹ pesni i pli︠a︡ski Sovetskoĭ Armii Catalog Record Only Melodii︠a︡: S 04649 (matrix)--S 04650 (matrix). Title on container: Alexandrov Song and Dance Ensemble of the Soviet Army. Boris Aleksandrov, director.
    • Contributor: Ansamblʹ Pesni I Pli︠a︡ski Sovetskoĭ Armii
    • Date: 1987
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    Ukraine les voix de la steppe = Ukrainian : voices from the steppe / Ukrainian Folk Song Ensemble.
    Voix de la steppe | Ukrainian : | Voices from the steppe Catalog Record Only
    Ukrainian Folk Song Ensemble; various soloists. Compact disc.
    • Date: 2006
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    [Oĭ, kume, kume] [duėt. Oĭ, u poli vitir [sic] vie [sic] : narodn. pi︠e︡snʹ : duėt]. Catalog Record Only Zonophone: X 64423 (matrix 4356h) (1st work), X 64424 (matrix 4357h) (2nd work). Ukrainian folk songs; the 1st work is a string of comical songs, 2nd a song. I. Kotov, G. Marenich, singers, unidentified pianist (1st work); A. Leverenko, G. Marenich, singers (2nd work). Recorded in Poltava. Acoustic recording. Preservation master. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Magnetic Recording Laboratory, 198-. 1 sound tape...
    • Date: 1914
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    Latest folk songs from Soviet Union Catalog Record Only Sung in Russian and Ukrainian. Title from the album cover. Various artists. Recorded in Soviet Union. Program notes inserted in album jacket include song texts in Cyrillic with English translation. Copy 1 incomplete.
    • Date: 1944
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    Folk songs of old Russia ; Russian choral classics Catalog Record Only Performed by the St. John's Russian Orthodox Choir ; Lawrence Havriliak, director. Brief record.
    • Date: 1950
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    [Koza] [ukr. nar. skoromovka] = Nanny-goat : Ukrainian ditty ; [Oĭ, zapyv kozak : ukr. nar. pisni︠a︡ : obr. M. Lysenka] = The cossack took to drinking : Ukrainian folk song.
    Nanny-goat Catalog Record Only
    Aprelevskiĭ zavod: 11651 (1st work), 11656 (2nd work) (matrix G-238). Ukrainian folk songs; the 2nd arr. by M. Lysenko. I.S. Patorz︠h︡ynsʹkyĭ, bass ; unidentified domra sextet ; M.M. Nekrasov, conductor. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection.
    • Date: 1956
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    Music of the Ukraine
    Ukraine Catalog Record Only
    Various performers. Program notes inserted in container.
    • Date: 1950
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    Koly b maty ne byla : ukr[aïnsʹka] nar[odna] pisni︠a︡ = If mother did not beat me : Ukrainian folk song. Khustochka : ukr[aïnsʹka] pisni︠a︡ / Catalog Record Only Aprelevskiĭ zavod: 8636 (1stwork), 8696 (2nd work). The 1st work is a Ukrainian folk song; 2nd a song. Zoi︠a︡ Haĭdaĭ, [soprano] ; H. Nykolaenko [sic], piano (1st work) ; unidentified pianist (2nd work). From the Library of Congress Berger Collection. Inventory record.
    • Date: 1950
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    Kari ochi : dumka [na slova] Tarasa Shevchenko. Doshchik kapae dribnenʹko Catalog Record Only Paté: 24778 (1st work), 24782 (2nd work). No. etched on disc: 68096-RA (1st work), 68097-RA (2nd work). Composer of the 1st work unknown; the 2nd work is a Ukrainian folk song. N.E. Shikhut︠s︡kai︠a︡-Minchenko, mezzo-soprano ; unidentified pianist. Recorded in St. Petersburg. Pathé etched-label disc. Acoustic recording vertically cut; center start. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection.
    • Date: 1912
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    Orthodoxe Kirchengesänge ; Russische Volkslieder Catalog Record Only Orthodox church songs for unacc. men's chorus; folk songs for solo men's voices or men's chorus, unacc. or acc. by balalaika; solo balalaika pices. Church songs sung in Church Slavic; folk songs sung in Russian and Ukrainian. Amur-Kosaken; Andrieij Wasielewskij, conductor. Recorded in Sep. 1989 at St. Osdag zu Mandelsloh. Compact disc.
    • Contributor: Amur-Kosaken
    • Date: 1989
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    [Nashcho meni chorni brovi] Catalog Record Only Sung in Ukrainian. E. Berliner's Gramophone: 1037A (matrix). P. Gavrilʹt︠s︡eva, soprano ; unidentified pianist. Recorded in St. Petersburg, date unknown. Recorded on one side only. Acoustic recording. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection. Production level cataloging.
    • Date: 1900
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    Ukrainische--polnische Liebeslieder Catalog Record Only Oksana Sowiak, vocals ; Anton Stingl, guitar. Compact disc. Includes translations of texts in English, German, and French. Production level cataloging.
    • Contributor: Sowiak, Oksana - Stingl, Anton
    • Date: 1990
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    Ikhav [sic] kozak na viĭnonʹku : muz. L. Revut︠s︡kogo = A cossack went to the wars / Catalog Record Only Aprelevskiĭ zavod: 10674 (matrix G-658) (1st work), 10675 (matrix G-660) (2nd work). The 1st work is a song; 2nd an Ukrainian folk song. I.S. Kozlovskiĭ, [tenor], unidentified male chorus and orchestra, L. Steinberg, conductor (1st work) ; unidentified orchestra (2nd work). From the Library of Congress Berger Collection.
    • Contributor: Revut︠s︡ʹkyĭ, Levko
    • Date: 1939
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    Oĭ, vydno selo : ukr[aïnsʹka] nar[odna] pisni︠a︡ = A village is seen : Ukrainian folk song. Stoitʹ [sic] i︠a︡vir : muz. A. Hulak-Artemovsʹkoho = A platan is standing / Catalog Record Only Aprelevskiĭ zavod: 11669--11670. The 1st work is a Ukrainian folk song; 2nd is a song. I.S. Patorz︠h︡ynsʹkyĭ, [bass] ; unidentified folk instrument orchestra ; M. Osypov, conductor. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection.
    • Date: 1944
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    The Marenich Trio sings Catalog Record Only Principally Ukrainian folk songs. Sung in Ukrainian. Title on container: Poet Trio Marenich. Marenich Trio (vocalists accompanying themselves with maracasus, concertina, tambourin, guitar, and bongo drums). Recorded 1979.
    • Contributor: Trio Marenich
    • Date: 1979
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    Musiques traditionnelles d'Ukraine.
    Traditional music from Ukraine | Steppe, Carpathes, Podolie occidentale, Boïkivchtchena | Polésie, Poltava, Kiev... Catalog Record Only
    Sung in Ukrainian. Title from disc labels. Various performers. Chiefly recorded by Hubert Boone ; production and accompanying texts, Hubert Boone and Olena Shevchuk. Chiefly recorded in the field 1991-1993 Ukraine, various locations. ℗1993 (part 1), ℗1995 (part 2). Program notes in French with English and Ukrainian translations (19, 27 pages : illustrations) inserted in container.
    • Contributor: Boone, Hubert - Shevchuk, Olena
    • Date: 1993
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    Kvitka two colors
    Two colors Catalog Record Only
    Sung in Ukrainian. Kvitka Cisyk, vocals ; with accompanying musicians ; Jack Cortner, arranger and conductor. Produced by Ed Rak and Jack Cortner. Recorded early spring 1989 at Clinton Recording Studios, New York, N.Y. Compact disc. Notes on the songs and full credits on container insert.
    • Contributor: Cisyk, Kasey
    • Date: 1989
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    [Taĭ orav muzhik kraĭ dorogi] [Ni, mamo, ni mozhno neli︠u︡ba li︠u︡bity]. Catalog Record Only Zonophone: X 2-64130 (matrix 2671 ae) (1st work), X 2-64131 (matrix 2672 ae). No. etched on label: X 2-64130: (1st work), X 2-64131 (2nd work). Ukrainian folk songs for male vocal trio. V.G. Chernukha ; E.G. Chernukha ; Milodan. Recorded in Kharkov. Acoustic recording. "Zonophone record." Preservation master. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Magnetic Recording Laboratory, 198-. 1 sound tape reel : analog,...
    • Date: 1914
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    Songs of Ukraine Catalog Record Only Sung in Ukrainian. Kvitka Cisyk, vocals.
    • Contributor: Cisyk, Kasey
    • Date: 1980
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    Ukrainian songs & dances. Catalog Record Only George Bohachevsky, baritone, with instrumental ensemble; Gleb Yellin, conductor. Program notes by Joanna Pryma on slipcase.
    • Date: 1967
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    Modest Menzinsky, 1875-1935 Catalog Record Only Court Opera Classics: CO 419--CO 420. Opera excerpts (principally with orchestral acc.), songs (principally with piano acc.), and Ukrainian folk songs. The Halévy works originally in French; Verdi, Leoncavallo, and Puccini works originally in Italian. Modest Menzinsky, tenor. Recorded 1910-1911.
    • Contributor: Ment︠s︡ynsʹkyĭ, Modest Omeli︠a︡novych
    • Date: 1970
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    Choral music of the Ukraine Catalog Record Only Bandura arrangements by Hryhori Kytasty. Ukrainian Bandura Choir ; Wolodymyr Boshyk, conductor. Program notes on container.
    • Contributor: Kytasty, Hryhory - Boshyk, Wolodymyr - Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus
    • Date: 1959
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    Ukrainskai︠a︡ muzyka Ukrainian music.
    Ukrainian music Catalog Record Only
    Location: Melodii︠a︡: 33SM 03517-18 (a). Title from container. Zakarpatsʹkyĭ narodnyĭ khor; art director and conductor Mykola Popenko; unidentified orchestra; Stepan Marton, conductor.
    • Contributor: Zakarpatsʹkyĭ Narodnyĭ Khor
    • Date: 197?
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    Red Army Chorus the best of the original ensemble = Choeur de l'armee rouge : les grands succes de l'ensemble original.
    Choeur de l'armee rouge Catalog Record Only
    Contains Russian and Ukrainian folk songs, soldier's songs, and operatic solos and choruses. Selections sung in Russian, English, French, Italian, and Spanish. Red Army Chorus ; Ivan Bukreev, Edward Dabkovski, Leonid Pshenichni, Vasily Shtefutsa, and Boris Zhaivoronok, soloists ; Anatoly Maltsev, Igor Agafonnikov, conductors. Recorded March 7, 1987, The Orpheum, Vancouver and Sept. 26-29, 1989, Massey Hall, Toronto. Includes program notes in English and...
    • Contributor: Ansamblʹ Pesni I Pli︠a︡ski Sovetskoĭ Armii
    • Date: 2001
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    Spivaei︠e︡ Nina Matvii︠e︡nko ukraïnsʹki narodni pisni.
    Nina Matvienko poet ukrainskie narodnye pesni | Nina Matvienko sings Ukrainian folk songs Catalog Record Only
    Sung in Ukrainian Title from disc label. Nina Matvii︠e︡nko, singer ; instrumental group (side 2, tracks 2-4) ; Derz︠h︡avnyĭ zasluz︠h︡enyĭ akademichnyĭ ukraïnsʹkyĭ narodnyĭ khor im. H. Verʹovky, A. Avdii︠e︡vsʹkyĭ, director (side 2, tracks 1 and 5). Recorded Vsesoi︠u︡znai︠a︡ studii︠a︡ gramzapisi 1980. Ukrainian program notes on container.
    • Contributor: Derz︠h︡avnyĭ Zasluz︠h︡enyĭ Ukraïnsʹkyĭ Narodnyĭ Khor Imeni H. Verʹovky - Avdii︠e︡vsʹkyĭ, Anatoli - Matvii︠e︡nko, Nina
    • Date: 1980
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    Na krylechku stoi︠a︡la ukrainsk. [sic] nar. pisni︠a︡ ; Ne shchebechy, soloveĭko : ukraink. [sic] nar. pisni︠a︡. Catalog Record Only Aprelevskiĭ zavod: 11654--11655 (matrix G-287). Ukrainian folk songs. M.I. Litvynenko-Volʹhemut, soprano ; unidentified domra sextet ; N.N. Nekrasov, conductor. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection.
    • Date: 1956
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    Lieder & Tänze aus Russland Songs & dances from Russia.
    Lieder und Tänze aus Russland | Songs & dances from Russia Catalog Record Only
    Vocal selections sung principally in Russian and Ukrainian. Vocal and instrumental ensemble Katjuscha. Recorded in Studio 17, Hamburg. Production level cataloging.
    • Contributor: Katjuscha (Musical Group)
    • Date: 1991
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    [Oĭ, ty garnyĭ Semene ; Prilynʹ, kozache] Catalog Record Only Zonophone: X-2-63125 (matrix 2627ae) (1st work), X-2-63126 (matrix 2602ae) (2nd work). No. etched on label: X 2-63125: (1st work), X 2-63126:R (2ndwork). Ukrainian folk songs. M. Grit︠s︡enko, soprano ; [K.] Sukhomlinova, soprano ; unidentified orchestra. Recorded in Kharkov. Acoustic recording. "Zonophone record." Preservation master. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Magnetic Recording Laboratory, 198-. 1 sound tape reel : analog, 7 1/2 ips, double...
    • Date: 1913
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    Ukrainian folk songs Catalog Record Only Maria Sokil, singer ; Antin Rudnitsky, piano. Notes on jacket; includes libretto. This album has only matrix numbers, not disc or set numbers.
    • Contributor: Rudnyt︠s︡ʹkyĭ, Antin
    • Date: 1941
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    Oĭ, kri︠a︡che, kri︠a︡che ukr. nar. pisni︠a︡ = A roven is croaking : Ukrainian folk song. Oĭ, buv, ta nema : ukr. nar. pisni︠a︡ = He was here, now he has gone : ...
    Roven is croaking Catalog Record Only
    Aprelevskiĭ zavod: 16180 (matrix G-479) (1st work), 16181 (matrix G-768) (2nd work). M.D. Romensʹkyĭ, [baritone] ; L.O. Rz︠h︡et︠s︡ʹka, piano. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection.
    • Date: 1952
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    [Oĭ kazala zh meni maty] Catalog Record Only Sung in Ukrainian. E. Berliner's Gramophone: 1033A (matrix). P. Gavrilʹt︠s︡eva-Khmara, soprano ; unidentified pianist. Recorded in St. Petersburg, date unknown. Recorded on one side only. Acoustic recording. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection. Production level cataloging.
    • Date: 1900
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    Cheremshyna. Volume 2 Catalog Record Only Performed by the Cheremshyna. Brief record.
    • Date: 1986
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    Yatran Ukrainian dance company. Catalog Record Only Instrumental and vocal folk music. Yatran.
    • Contributor: Yatran (Dance Group)
    • Date: 1977
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    Vid shchyroho sert︠s︡i︠a︡ From the heart /
    From the heart Catalog Record Only
    Ukrainian popular and folk songs. Soni︠a︡, vocals; John D. Willis, guitar.
    • Contributor: Lee, Sonia
    • Date: 2003
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    Oĭ, khmeli︠u︡ : ukr[aïnsʹka] nar[odna] pisni︠a︡ = Oh, hops : Ukrainian folk song ; Po toĭ bik hora : ukr. nar. pisni︠a︡ = On that side the mountain : Ukrainian folk song Catalog Record Only Aprelevskiĭ zavod: 11661--11662. Ukrainian folk songs. M.I. Litvinenko-Volʹhemut, soprano ; I.S. Patorz︠h︡ynsʹkyĭ, bass ; unidentified domras sextet. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection.
    • Date: 1948
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    Hear Ukraine sing Catalog Record Only Performed by the Ukrainian Chorus ; directed by Alexander Koshetz.U Brief record.
    • Date: 1960
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    Todashuk Sisters Catalog Record Only Ukrainian popular and folk songs. Charlene (Anna) and Rosemarie (Rozalii︠a︡) Todaschuk, vocals ; with instrumental acc. Recorded at Century 21 Studios, Ltd. in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Production level cataloging.
    • Contributor: Todaschuk Sisters
    • Date: 1992
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    Vykhodʹte, vesni︠a︡nky!
    Spring singers, rejoice! Catalog Record Only
    Musical suite based on spring folk songs and church music created, compiled,arranged and produced by O. Sparynsʹkyĭ. Nina Matvii︠e︡nko, vocals, with trio Zoloti kli︠u︡chi; Akademichnyĭi narodnyĭ khor im. H. Verʹovky; kamernyĭ khor Kyïv; Teatr ukraïnsʹkoho folʹkloru Berehyni︠a︡; various performers. Compact disc.
    • Contributor: Sparynsʹkyĭ, Oleksandr
    • Date: 2003
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    Zoloti vorota Catalog Record Only Lida Shewchuk, vocals ; with vocal and instrumental acc. Brief record.
    • Date: 1980
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    The dove Holubivna. Catalog Record Only Principally Ukrainian folk songs. Kobzari. Recorded at Sound Recorders, Omaha, Neb.
    • Contributor: Kobzari (Musical Group)
    • Date: 1978
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    Oi, de ty idesz, de ty poidesz prykolyskowa pisnia. Oi, letily bili husy : rozpletyny. Catalog Record Only Columbia: W108889 2A1 (matrix)--W108889 2B2 (matrix). Salomeja Kruszelnićka, soprano; with orchestra. Preservation master. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Magnetic Recording Laboratory, 1963. 1 sound tape reel : analog, 15 ips, 1 track, mono. ; 10 in. From the Library of Congress Secrist Collection. Production level cataloging.
    • Date: 19??
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    [Nashcho meni kari ochi] Catalog Record Only Sung in Ukrainian. E. Berliner's Gramophone: 1021A (matrix). P. Gavrilʹt︠s︡eva-Khmara, soprano ; unidentified pianist. Recorded in St. Petersburg, date unknown. Recorded on one side only. Acoustic recording. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection. Production level cataloging.
    • Date: 1900
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    Vii︠u︡, vii︠u︡, vii︠u︡ vinet︠s︡ʹ Let's twine a garland.
    Let's twine a garland Catalog Record Only
    Sung in Ukrainian. Olena Zami︠a︡ta, Ihor Rakovsʹkyĭ, vocals ; with orchestra AMOR. Songs arranged by T. and A. Starykh; music arranged by V. Hentysh. Recorded at Studio "Muza", New York. Brief record.
    • Date: 1972
  • Audio Recording
    Cheremshyna Catalog Record Only Performed by the Cheremshyna. Brief record.
    • Date: 1983
  • Audio Recording
    Chants traditionnels de l'Ukraine
    Traditional songs of the Ukraine | Ukraine : Catalog Record Only
    In part folk songs. Sung in Ukrainian. Choeur d'enfants ukrainiens d'Odessa ; with instruments. Recorded in Odessa, Ukraine, Oct. 1992. Compact disc. Notes on the performing group, in French and English ([6] p. : ill.) inserted in container.
    • Contributor: Choeur D'enfants Ukrainiens D'odessa
    • Date: 1993
  • Audio Recording
    Di︠a︡kui︠u︡ = Diakouyou
    Diakouyou Catalog Record Only
    Sung in Ukrainian. Title from container (in Cyrillic and with French romanization). Baron Samedi Percussions (Michel Boiton, Christian Rollet, Abdel Abrit, Michaël Boudoux) ; with Ukrainian vocalists Olena Chevchuk, Irina Klimenko, and Hanna Koropnitchenko. Recorded Théâtre de Vénissiux 1992 July. Program note in English and French, with text translations in English and French (folded to 6 unnumbered pages : illustrations) inserted in container.
    • Contributor: Koropnychenko, Hanna - Shevchuk, Olena - Klymenko, Iryna - Baron Samedi Percussions
    • Date: 1992
  • Audio Recording
    Ukrainian dances Catalog Record Only Yourko Kulycky, piano ; Andrij Czerny, accordion ; Geoffrey D. Lang, percussion. Brief record.
    • Date: 1983
  • Audio Recording
    Traditions ukrainiennes Ukrainian folk music.
    Ukrainian folk music Catalog Record Only
    Vocal works sung in Ukrainian. Loubistok (Nadiya Kuka, Mariya Lys, Oksana Melnychuk, Natalya Khanas, Roksolyana Pryzvanska). Compact disc. tfront
    • Contributor: Li︠u︡bystok (Musical Group)
    • Date: 2002
  • Collection
    Cheres Ukrainian ensemble recording Catalog Record Only Seven instrumentals and three songs performed on the clarinet, drymba (Jew's harp), fiddle, sopilka (end-blown flute), svyril (panpipes), electronically generated trembita (alpenhorn-like instrument), and tsymbly (hammered dulcimer) by Cheres. Recorded in New York City by Andriy Milavsky, 1990 and 1994 and submitted to the American Folklife Center as a demo or audition tape for booking the ensemble.
    • Contributor: Cheres (Musical Group)
    • Date: 1990
  • Audio Recording
    Lesya Catalog Record Only Lesya Wolanskyj, vocals ; with instrumental acc. Brief record.
    • Date: 1985
  • Audio Recording
    Mixtura cultivalis Catalog Record Only Vocals sung in Hungarian, with some Romani and Ruthenian (i.e., Ukrainian). "The recordings were made over a period of one year from September 2001 at the Yellow Studio in Budapest, Hungary"--booklet. Compact disc. Program notes in Hungarian with English translation, and song texts in Hungarian, Romani and Ruthenian (i.e., Ukrainian) with Hungarian and English translations (34 p.) inserted in container.
    • Contributor: Fonó Zenekar
    • Date: 2002
  • Audio Recording
    Mandolin mosaic Catalog Record Only Vocal works principally sung in English ; one selection sung in Ukrainian. Welland Mandolin Orchestra and Choir ; Sylvia Hlywka-Brabson, conductor. Compact disc. Program notes on container insert. Brief record.
    • Date: 1996
  • Audio Recording
    Gos. Ukrainskiĭ Nar. Khor im. G. Verevki = Veryovka Ukrainian Folk Choir
    Гос. Украинский Нар. Хор им. Г. Веревки | Veryovka Ukrainian Folk Choir | Derz︠h︡avnyĭ ukraïnsʹkyĭ narodnyĭ khor imeni Verʹovki | Derz︠h︡avnyĭ ukraïnsʹkyĭ narodnyĭ khor imeni Hrihorii︠a︡ Verʹovki | Gosudarstvennyĭ ukrainskiĭ narodnyĭ khor imeni G. Verevki | Veryovka Ukrainian State Folk Chorus Catalog Record Only
    Traditional and popular Ukrainian songs. Sung in Ukrainian. Title from disc label. Veryovka Ukrainian Folk Choir, directed by Anatoli Avdievsky ; folk instruments orchestra, directed by S. Pavlyuchenko. Program notes in Ukrainian and English on container.
    • Contributor: Derz︠h︡avnyĭ Zasluz︠h︡enyĭ Ukraïnsʹkyĭ Narodnyĭ Khor Imeni H. Verʹovky - Avdii︠e︡vsʹkyĭ, Anatoli - Pavli︠u︡chenko, S. (Stanislav)
    • Date: 1969
  • Audio Recording
    Ukrainian National Bandurist Ensemble Ukrainian folk songs.
    Kapela bandurystiv ukraïny Catalog Record Only
    Hryhory Kubliaba or Mykola Hvozd, conductors. LC has v. 1. Production level cataloging.
    • Contributor: Derz︠h︡avna Zasluz︠h︡ena Kapela Bandurystiv Ukraïnsʹkoï Rsr
    • Date: 1996
  • Audio Recording
    Russia and Fiodor Ivanovich Shalyapin : songs and romances.
    Rossii︠a︡ i F.I. Shali︠a︡pin : | Songs and romances | Pesni i romansy | Russian vocal school. | Russkai︠a︡ vokalʹnai︠a︡ shkola. | Fiodor Shalyapin | Fedor Shali︠a︡pin Catalog Record Only
    Sung in Russian and Ukranian. Title from disc label. Fiodor Shalyapin, bass ; with supporting musicians. "Historical recordings"--Container. Recorded 1902-1934. Previously issued as analog discs or cylinders. Program notes, with bibliographical references, in English, French, German, and Russian (16 unnumbered pages : illustrations) inserted in container.
    • Contributor: Chaliapin, Fyodor Ivanovich
    • Date: 1996
  • Audio Recording
    Czarivna
    Collection of Ukrainian ritualistic songs
    Sung in Ukrainian. Titles also given on container in Ukrainian. Alexis Kochan, voice ; with acc. ; Arthur Polson, violin, conductor. Compact disc. Program and biographical notes inserted in container.
    • Contributor: Kochan, Alexis
    • Date: 1994
  • Audio Recording
    Echo of the Steppes Catalog Record Only Performed by Echo of the Steppes. Brief record.
    • Date: 1984
  • Audio Recording
    Art of Chaliapin Catalog Record Only Melodiya: TU 43-10.1-74. Chiefly opera arias and folk-songs ; sung in English, French, Italian, Russian and Ukrainian. Title on container: Art of Shaliapin = Iskusstvo Shali︠a︡pina. Fyodor Chaliapin, bass. Recorded between 1901 and 1936.
    • Contributor: Chaliapin, Fyodor Ivanovich
    • Date: 1936
  • Audio Recording
    Ivan Kozlovsky in a program of arias and Ukrainian folk songs Catalog Record Only Sung in Russian. Title from insert. Ivan Kozlovsky, tenor ; Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, Boris Khaikin, conducting (1st and 2nd work), Eugene Svetlanov, conducting (3rd work) ; State Bandurist Ensemble, Alexander Minkovsky, conducting (4th-9th work) Biographical notes and texts, with English translation ([2] p.) bound in container.
    • Contributor: Kozlovsʹkyĭ, Ivan Semenovych
    • Date: 1960
  • Audio Recording
    Tam de I︠A︡trynʹ kruto v'etʹsi︠a︡ [sic] : ukr[aïnsʹka] nar[odna] pisni︠a︡. Handzi︠a︡ : ukr[aïnsʹka] nar[odna] pisni︠a︡ : v obrobt︠s︡i V. Yorysha [sic] Catalog Record Only Aprelevskiĭ zavod pami︠a︡ti 1905 g.: 5118 V--5119 V. Ukrainian folk songs; arr. for soprano and instrumental ensemble by V. Ĭorysh. O.A. Petrusenko, [soprano] ; Ansamblʹ solistiv ork[estru] Kuïv[sʹkoï] Derzh[avnoï] opery ; V.I︠A︡. Iorysh [i.e. Ĭorysh], conductor. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection. Inventory record.
    • Date: 1935
  • Audio Recording
    Dumy moi, dumy : obr[abotka] Verevki : sl. T. Shevchenko ; Oĭ, ne spytʹsi︠a︡, ne lez︠h︡ytʹsi︠a︡ : obr[obka] Li︠a︡toshynsʹkoho Catalog Record Only Aprelevskiĭ zavod: 12242 (matrix G-759) (1st work), 12243 (matrix G-758) (2nd work). Ukrainian folk songs arr. by H. Verʹovka (1st work) and by B. Li︠a︡toshynsʹkyĭ. Words by T. Shevchenko (1st work). Andreĭ (Andriĭ) Ivanov, [baritone] ; G.N. Valʹter [i.e. N.G. Valʹter], piano. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection. Inventory record.
    • Contributor: Berger Collection (Library of Congress) - Valʹter, Naum - Li︠a︡toshynsʹkyĭ, (Borys) - Shevchenko, Taras - Ivanov, An.
    • Date: 1949
  • Audio Recording
    Połoniny pieśni Łemków i Bojków. Catalog Record Only In the 1st-8th selections: Zespół Pieśni i Tańca Łemkowyna; Jarosław Trochanowski, conductor. In the 9th-13th: Zespół Pieśni i Tańca Osławiany; Roman Długosz, conductor. In the 14th-17th: Kapela Bojkowska Susidojky; Stefania Łesyk, leader. Recorded in the Filharmonia Krakowska, Apr. 25-26, 1986. Program notes by Włodzimierz Mokry ([1] leaf) in container. sd53 consulted.
    • Date: 1988
  • Audio Recording
    Ukrainian folk songs Catalog Record Only Sung in Ukrainian. Bandura Trio (Alexandra Kashperko, bandura, kobza, vocals ; Nadezhda Nedashkovskaya, bandura, pipes, percussion, vocals ; Lyudmila Nesterchuk, bandura, vocals). Recorded in the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Nov. 1990. Compact disc. English program notes in container.
    • Contributor: Bandura Trio
    • Date: 1992
  • Audio Recording
    Moi︠a︡ Ukraina [sic] : muz. I. Vilensʹkoho : sl. Holovanivsʹkoho. Oĭ, mai︠u︡ i︠a︡ chorni brovy : obr. B. Li︠a︡toshinsʹkoho [sic] : sl. nar[odni] Catalog Record Only Aprelevskiĭ zavod: 11663 (1st work), 11666 (2nd work). The 1st work is a patriotic song; 2nd an Ukrainian folk song arr. by B. Li︠a︡toshynsʹkyĭ. M.I. Litvynenko-Volʹhemut [sic], [soprano] ; N.H. Valʹter, piano. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection. Inventory record.
    • Contributor: Berger Collection (Library of Congress) - Valʹter, Naum - Holovanivsʹkyĭ, S. O. (Sava Ovsiĭovych) - Li︠a︡toshynsʹkyĭ, (Borys) - Lytvynenko-Volʹhemut, M. I. (Marii︠a︡ Ivanivna)
    • Date: 1956
  • Audio Recording
    Piano pieces for children young and old Catalog Record Only Title from disc label. Kirsten Johnson, piano. Recorded 2014 February 3, 4, 11 Wyastone Leys, Monmouth, UK. Program notes by Kirsten Johnson and performer biographical notes (7 pages : portrait) inserted in container.
    • Contributor: Kabalevsky, Dmitry Borisovich - Johnson, Kirsten
    • Date: 2014
  • Audio Recording
    Anthology of folk music: spirit of folk. Ukrainian music Antologii︠a︡ narodnoĭ muzyki: dusha naroda. Ukrainskai︠a︡ muzyka.
    Antologii︠a︡ narodnoĭ muzyki: dusha naroda. | Ukrainian music | Ukrainskai︠a︡ muzyka Catalog Record Only
    Romanized. "Selections of songs, ballads, and instrumental compositions from various regions of Ukraine"--Vendor card. Vocal works sung in Ukrainian. Various performers. "Recordings from 1961-1989"--Container. Compact disc. Program notes in English and Russian inserted in container. qr09 consulted
    • Date: 2010
  • Audio Recording
    From the mountains to the steppe : village music of Ukraine
    Village music of Ukraine Catalog Record Only
    Sung in Ukrainian. Cheres (Andriy Milavsky, music director, wooden flutes, double flute, pan flute, ocarina (sweet potata), clarinet, trembita (shepherd's pipe) ; Lilia Pavlovska, vocals ; Alexander Fedoriuk, tsymbaly (hammered dulcimer), double-headed drum, tylynka ; Lubomyr Mateiko, violin, mountain harp ; Stepan Kaczurak, bass). Produced by Andriy Milavsky. Recorded at BeSharp Studio, Astoria, NY. Engineered by Slavko Halatyn. Mixed by Darka and Slavko Halatyn...
    • Contributor: Cheres (Musical Group) - Milavsky, Andriy
    • Date: 1998
  • Audio Recording
    Cossacks : songs and dances of the Don and Kuban Cossacks.
    Songs and dances of the Don and Kuban Cossacks Catalog Record Only
    Sung in Russian and Ukrainian. Various performers and ensembles. Field recordings made 1995-1996 by Dr. Vyacheslav M. Shurov in Volgograd Province and Krasnodar Region, Russia. In container (25 cm.) Compact discs. Notes in English on container insert (31 p.).
    • Contributor: Shurov, V. M. (Vi︠a︡cheslav M.)
    • Date: 2008
  • Audio Recording
    Khustochka : ukr[aïnsʹka] pisni︠a︡ : muz. A. Edlichka = Kerchief / Catalog Record Only Aprelevskiĭ zavod: 8698 (matrix URK 16) (1st work), 16373 (matrix F 711) (2nd work). The 1st work is a Ukrainian folk song arr. by A. Jedlička; 2nd a song by I︠A︡. Stepovyĭ, words by M. Cherni︠a︡vsʹkyĭ. Zoi︠a︡ Haĭdaĭ, [soprano] ; unidentified pianist ; A.F. Krivcheni︠a︡, [bass] ; N.G. Valʹter, piano. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection. Inventory record.
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    Gosudarstvennyĭ Ukrainskiĭ narodnyĭ khor imeni G. Verevki. Catalog Record Only Romanized.
    • Date: 196?
  • Audio Recording
    A ha bechi In the spring. Catalog Record Only Performed by the Kalyna Trio. Brief record.
    • Date: 1970