,  (Makarov)
Abram Makarov (piano)


The Concerts in the Large Hall of Moscow Concervatoire, November 1945.
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Recorded: November 16-17, 1945, Moscow (live).
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1953.
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1947. Transcription by F. Kreisler.
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1952.
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1952.
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1954.
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1954
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2
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. 26, 1. 1955.
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Edited by E. Ysa? for violin and piano
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Preludes, Book 1, L. 117 - VIII. La Fille aux cheveux de lin. Recorded: November 16-17, 1945, Moscow (live).
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Igor Bezrodny (violin) and Abram Makarov (piano)
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Recorded: November 16-17, 1945, Moscow (live).
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1953.
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1957.
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1948
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1957.
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Singer (N. Rimsky-Korsakov - A. Maikov), op.50 No. 2. 1951.
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1954.
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Oriental romance (N. Rimsky-Korsakov - A. Koltsov). 1946
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4. 1947.
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1950.
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1955.
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Recorded: November 16-17, 1945, Moscow (live).
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1946.
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1955.
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From archival records of 1936-1952.
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January 7 1949.
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1954.
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My grandmother (I. Shishov - P. Beranger, translation by Y. Rodionov). 1952
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Words by V.Russo.1933.
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Romance op.78 2. Recorded 1953
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from records 1949-1955.
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5. 1946.
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Abram Makarov - piano. Recorded 1938
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Forget-me-not. Words by Peter Vyazemsky
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Recorded 05.06.1956
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1949.
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1946.
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`About what in the silence of the nights`
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Violin Concerto N 1: Canzonetta. Arr. for violin & piano - J. Heifetz.
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Released 1960
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From archival records of 1936-1952.
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Bacchic Hymn. Recorded 1938
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Recorded: November 16-17, 1945, Moscow (live).
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From archival records of 1936-1952.
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F. A. Makarov. 1951
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Recorded: November 16-17, 1945, Moscow (live).
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1946.
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1946. Piano - Abram Makarov.
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Recorded: November 16-17, 1945, Moscow (live).
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1947.
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from records 1949-1955.
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1947.
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Words by A.Strugovschikov, from Goethe. M.Reisen. 1953
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from records 1949-1955.
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- 16-17 1945 ., .
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`Quietly the evening is burning down` from the records of 1949-1955.
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No. 2. Song
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5. 1947.
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Released 1961
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`Nymph` from recordings 1949-1955.
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1952.
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2. `Melisande`, arranged by P. Huon. Recording of 1953
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From archival records of 1936-1952.
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`Romances and ballads for voice and f-but` Tetr.2 Op. 49: No. 1. Two grenadiers. (G.Heine in Mikhailov Lane). M.Reisen. F-but A.Makarov. 1947
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from records 1949-1955.
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. 70, 1. 1929-41.
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1936. Piano - Abram Makarov.
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