,  (Lemeshev)
Sergey Lemeshev (tenor)


1950 .
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Recorded 1955
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Soloists, choir and orchestra of the Bolshoi Theater of the USSR.
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Recorded: April 19, 1951, Moscow.
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Rudolf - Sergey Lemeshev, Marcel - Pavel Lisitsian, Schaunard - Vladimir Zakharov, Kolen - Boris Dobrin, Mimi - Irina Maslennikova, Musetta - Galina Sakharova, All-Union Radio Choir and Orchestra, conductor - Samuil Samosud, 1948.
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The singer`s song behind the stage. 1952
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1955.
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Recorded 1955
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1954.
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1953.
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Ballad of the Duke from the opera Rigoletto. 1955.
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1956.
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Recorded 1955
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1953
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Cavaradossi`s aria from the 3rd act of the opera Tosca. 1954.
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Khutorok (E. Klimovsky - A. Koltsov). Russian folk song. Performed by Sergey Lemeshev. Added by: Ptenchik, 10 24 2010 20:09. Corrected and reloaded BOLDIN 11 21 2010.
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1952.
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1952.
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Words: L. Davidovich, V. Dragunsky Music: N. Bogoslovsky Composer: Sergey Lemeshev The dew has settled, the blue evening has fallen, 1950
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Romance of Nemorino (in Italian) from the opera Elisir of Love. Performed by S. Lemeshev accompanied by the Bolshoi Theater orchestra. 1955
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1954.
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`My beloved` (M. Blanter - E. Dolmatovsky)
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1954.
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Vladimirs Cavatina from the opera Prince Igor. 1955
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1951.
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1952.
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S. Lemeshev, M. Maksakova, A. Ivanov, D. Gamrekeli, M. Mikhailov, chorus. and orc. Bolshoi Theater of the USSR under K. Ivanov. Recorded 1947
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1953.
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In Russian. Performers: Lakme - N.Kazantseva, Gerald - S.Lemeshev, Nilakanta - A.Korolev. Recorded in 1946.
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1954
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1953.
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Rudolph`s Aria from the opera `Louise Miller`. Performed by S. Lemeshev, accompanied by the Bolshoi Theater Orchestra.
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Arioso by Herman. 1954.
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Chorus and orchestra of the K. S. Stanislavsky and V. I. Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Musical Theater. Mozart - Sergei Lemeshev, Salieri - Alexander Pirogov. Recorded in 1954
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1948.
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. 26, 1. 1955.
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The flying nightingale (M. Antsev - A. Koltsov). Performed by S. Lemeshev and the orchestra of Russian folk instruments, conductor A. Semenov. 1950
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Barcarolle (F. Schubert F. Stolberg). Performed by S. Lemeshev, accompanied by piano.
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Moscow 1964
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VRK Variety Orchestra, Recorded in 1951
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1952.
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Recording 1962
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Duel scene from the opera Eugene Onegin. 1936.
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Gerald`s aria from the Lakme dough. choir and orchestra of the All-Union Radio, conductor A. Orlov. 1946
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`Ruslan and Lyudmila`. Boyan`s second song.
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Moscow 1964
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1952.
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1953.
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In the silence of a secret night (S. Rachmaninov - A. Fet), op. 4, No. 3, 1890. 1953
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1952.
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1955.
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1950.
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3. 1955.
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Poems by A.Koltsov
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In Russian. Fra Diavolo (under the name Marquise de San Marco) - Sergey Lemeshev, Giacomo - Georgy Pankov, Beppo - Yuri Filin, Lord Cockburn Cockburg - Pavel Volovov, Lady Pamela - Elena Gribova, Lorenzo - Andrey Sokolov , Zerlina - Nina Guselnikova, Matteo - V. Gorbunov,
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Words by S. Grebennikov, N. Dobronravov
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`Pearl Seekers` (J. Bizet - P. E. Cormon and M. Caret): Leilas Oath. Layla`s prayer. Leila`s story. Scene and Leila`s cavatina. Duet of Leila and Nadir. In the role of Nadir - S. Lemeshev. All-Union Radio Orchestra, conductor O. Bron.
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Rudolph`s Arioso from the opera La Boh?me. Performed by S. Lemeshev, 1955.
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1953.
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art. A. Maykova. Moscow 1964
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1951.
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1953.
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9. 1955.
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1952.
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1953.
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Cavatina Faust from the opera Faust. 1954
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Vocal cycle Schwanengesang (`Swan Song`), No. 4 (`Evening Serenade`). Recorded 1948
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Duet of Iolanta and Vaudemont. Performed by S. Lemeshev, V. Kudryavtseva and the Symphony Orchestra, 1955.
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Recorded 1939 Russian text by N. Seversky
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Singer (N. Rimsky-Korsakov - A. Maikov), op.50 No. 2. 1951.
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1952.
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1962.
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No. 4 `HOW HAS YOU BLOOMED LUXURIOUSLY AS A ROSE`,
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1954.
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A sharp ax (A. Grechaninov - A. Tolstoy). 1947
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`Prince`s cavatina`. 1949.
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1953.
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1953
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Bacchic song (A. Glazunov - A. Pushkin). 1938
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1954.
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Moscow, 1964
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Oriental romance (N. Rimsky-Korsakov - A. Koltsov). 1946
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Indian song Vagoa from the opera Judith (A. Serov). Performed by S. Lemeshev accompanied by the Bolshoi Theater orchestra. 1953
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Toropka`s Song from `Askols`s Grave`. 1952.
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The forest path winds into the distance (B. Mokrousov - N. Labkovsky).
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1937.
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1954
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Cavatina Berendey. Act 2
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1954.
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You and You. A. Pushkin
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I repent, uncle... Sl.A.Timofeev
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1952.
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`Singer` (A.S.Pushkin). 1964
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4. 1947.
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The accordion player is being seen off (Yu. Milyutin - E. Dolmatovsky). Performed by S. Lemeshev accompanied by an orchestra.
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Werther`s Aria. 1954.
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1953.
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A young soldier was daydreaming (A. Novikov - S. Alymov). Performed by S. Lemeshev accompanied by an orchestra. 1947
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1955.
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1951 .
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Aria des Grieux from the opera Manon. 1952
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Forgive Me, Forgive Me, duet music by S. Fedorov, unknown verses. author. Arranged for 2 voices by M. Glinka.
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Aria of Dubrovsky. 1952.
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1955.
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The oak tree is noisy
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I love you, you told me (M. Glinka - A. Rimsky-Korsakov). 1953
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1946.
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Memory of the Heart (M. Glinka - K. Batyushkov). 1953
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Forgive me, forgive me (P. Fedorov - A. Bulgakov). 1938
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1955.
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1954.
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1954.
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Second Song of Alyosha from `Dobrynya Nikitich`. 1926-45.
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Korobeiniki. Russian folk song
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Recitative and romance of the Synodal from the opera The Demon. Performed by S. Lemeshev accompanied by an orchestra. 1953
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Entry 1962
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1954.
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Where are you, there my thought flies 1951.
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Recitative and aria of Fra Diavolo from the opera Fra Diavolo. 1955.
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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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Version for cello & piano. 1938.
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Romance The Neapolitan Tarantella from the series Musical Evenings (Les soirees musicales). Words by K. Pepoli.
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Rus. text - N. Timofeevskaya. recording from 1947.
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1963.
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Recitative and romance by Raoul from the opera The Huguenots. Performed by S. Lemeshev accompanied by the Bolshoi Theater orchestra. 1949
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1952.
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First love (A. Dolukhanyan - L. Nekrasova.) Performed by: Sergey Lemeshev, accompanied by an orchestra. Execution 1953
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The Volga river is deep (N. Nolinsky - M. Zubova). Performed by Sergei Lemeshev and an orchestra of folk instruments conducted by P. Alekseev. Added by: Ptenchik, 10 24 2010 20:13. Corrected by BOLDIN 11 18 2010.
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Septet of bayanists under the direction of V.Rozanova.
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The passion has passed. Sl. A.K. Tolstoy. Spanish S. Lemeshev and V. Kudryavtseva.
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Moscow, 1964
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1952.
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Sergei Lemeshev... Dont fly away, little swan. Music F. Maslova, Sl. Ya. Shvedova...
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1926-45.
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1952.
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`I`m sad` sl. M.Y. Lermontov
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1936.
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From the opera `Sadko` - 4k. The song of an Indian guest.
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1954.
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1946.
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Recorded in 1962.
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1962.
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1938.
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`How undead you are, silver night` (sl. A. Feta)
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1947.
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1947.
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1947
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1952. Orchestra of Russian Folk Instruments named after N. Osipov. Dir. D.Osipov.
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1938.
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1936
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1937.
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1944. Orchestra of folk instruments. Dir. N. Nekrasov.
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1939. Orchestra of folk instruments. Dir. A.Semenov.
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Previously posted performance (?) in the best quality. F-no - Goat Bertha. 1955. A copy of the magnetic tape from the archive of the State Television and Radio Fund.
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