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`October: Autumn Song`. Recorded live in Tel Aviv (Israel) and Chicago (USA).
`Melody`. ALAMIRE with English Cornett & Sackbut Ensemble. Recorded in the Fitzalan Chapel, Arundel Castle (England), 4-8 February 2014.
Andante cantabile from String quartet, op. 11. Fritz Kreisler - Howard Rattay, Ted Levy - violins, J. Fruncillo - viola, Rosario Bourdon - cello. Walter B. Rogers - conductor. Recorded: May 11, 1916, Camden, New Jersey. Arr. - Theodore Moses Tobani.
``Valse. Moderato. Tempo di valse`` (Serenade in C major, Op. 48). Vienna State Opera Orchestra. Recorded in Vienna, July 1957.
`Nocturne Op. 10, No.1`. Recording: Sono Luminus Studios in Boyce, Virginia (USA), February 17-19, 2014.
Op.72, No.2 Lullaby, No.18 Scene dansante (Invitation au trepak). February 2017, Paris
``Fantasy overture`` (from `Romeo and Juliet`). London Symphony Orchestra. Recorded in London (England), 1973.
Pianist unknown. `Non but the lonely heart`.
``In the Village``. Carnegie Hall recital, 1947, New York City (USA).
Nocturne op.19 ¹4 // rec. 1987, LP 1990
`Girl`s Chorus from the opera Eugene Onegin`. KRASNOYARSK CITY CHILDREN`S CHOIR (SIBERIA). Recording: concert Studio of Krasnoyarsk State Television and Radio Company (Siberia), 1999.
`I Bless You, Woods`. KRASNOYARSK CITY CHILDREN`S CHOIR (SIBERIA). Recording: concert Studio of Krasnoyarsk State Television and Radio Company (Siberia), 1999.
The Sleeping Beauty: Bluebird Pas de deux. December 17, 1963, New York.
String Quartet ¹ 1: Andante cantabile. Recorded: June 18-20, 1950, Bratislava.
Îð. 2, ¹ 3. Recorded: June 18-20, 1950, Bratislava.
18 Pieces, Op. 72, TH 151 15. Un poco di Chopin. 2017.
`Nocturne, Op. 19, No. 4`. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Okko Kamu (conductor). Recorded in Cadogan Hall, London (England), March 25 and 27, 2013.
Op. 42, No. 2 (Scherzo). Piano - Samuel Chotzinoff. October 13 1919 ã., Victor Studios, Camden, New Jersey.
Op. 48, No. 2. Orchestra conducted by Josef Pasternack. October 14 1919, Victor Studios, Camden, New Jersey.
Violin Concerto, op. 35: II. Canzonetta. Orchestra conducted by Josef Pasternack. September 17 1920 ã., Victor Studios, Camden, New Jersey.
``Polonaise`` (from `Evgeny Onegin`). Hungarian State Opera Orchestra. Recorded in Hungary, 1987.