14 Romances (1910-15): ¹14 `Vocalise`
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Recorded at MacKay United Church, Ottawa (Ontario), Canada, July 18-20, 2003.
Recorded: November 2008, Sydney, Australia.
Recorded: March 25, 2013, UK.
Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, cond. Edward Gardner. 2006.
Recorded at Herkulessaal, Munich (Germany), May 2010.
Arranged for clarinet and piano by David Campbell. Recording venue Britten Studio, Hoffmann Building, Snape Maltings, Suffolk; 1–3 February 2010.
(Arr. M. Perrault). Recorded at Pollack Hall, McGill University, Montreal (Quebec), Canada, 1991.
ABRAM ZHAK (piano). (All the works performed on a B-flat trumpet). Taken from a LP recorded by MELODIYA and released in USA by COLUMBIA RECORDS in 1975.
Vocalise, Op.34, No.14; 1977
Recorded at Fisher Hall, Santa Rosa (California), USA, 1993-1995.
2018, Studio 2, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Munich
Recorded: October 18, 1947, Hollywood. Arr. - Michael Press.
Recorded: November 1998, Vienna. Arr. by Z. Kocsis for piano.
Recorded at Community Christian Reformed Church, Kitchener (Ontario), Canada, November 16, 1996.
SOFYA GULYAK (piano). Recorded on the 1st-3rd December 2011 at the Music Room, Champs Hill, West Sussex, UK.
Arranged by Zoltán Kocsis
Recorded in British Columbia, Canada, 2005-2006.
The 40 cellos of the London orchestras; conducted by Geoffrey Simon, 1993
Recorded at Dreamland Recording Studios, Woodstock, New York, August 22, 23 & 25, 1991.
Recorded: April 14, 1964, New York. Arr. Dubensky.
March 3, 2019 Qualia Concert
INNA KOLLEGORSKAYA (piano). Recorded live March 5, 1947.
2016, State Philharmony, Ekaterinburg, Russia
From NIKOLAI PETROV PLAYS ENCORES released on CD by OLYMPIA (UK) in 1995.
Conductor - Frank Brieff. Recorded: January 17-18, 1972, New York. Arr. for violin by Harris.
Recorded: April 28, 30 & May 1, 1975, London. Orch. by Rachmaninov.
Nr.14, `Vocalise`, 2004, piano Sayaka Funakoshi
Maria de la Pau (piano). Recorded at No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London (England), October 4-5, 1975.
Recorded at Claude-Champagne Hall, Montréal (Québec), Canada, January 28 and 29 2004.