Discussion:
Shostakovich 4 by Mravinsky
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marc
2004-11-18 19:23:39 UTC
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Did he ever record this symphony ? If so ,on which label ?
(Still available ?)
Thanks a lot !
Marc (Belgium)
Van Eyes
2004-11-18 21:52:25 UTC
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Post by marc
Did he ever record this symphony ?
Doesn't look like it.

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Sol L. Siegel
2004-11-19 16:43:22 UTC
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Post by marc
Did he ever record this symphony ?
No.

Mravinsky made his name with the premiere of the 5th, after
DDS consigned the 4th to a desk drawer in an act of desperate
self-preservation. By the time it was to be resurrected, ca.
1962, the bust-up between composer and conductor, after
Mravinsky declined to premier the 13th, had taken place.
Kondrashin stepped in to lead 13, and I believe he got the job on
4 as well.

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Alan Watkinsuk
2004-11-18 21:54:36 UTC
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Others may know better but I don't think he did record it. Kondrashin gave the
first performance. He is an excellent Shostakovich conductor, in my opinion,
but I don't know what the general view is.

Kind regards,
Alan M. Watkins
plundin
2004-11-18 22:55:16 UTC
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Post by Alan Watkinsuk
Others may know better but I don't think he did record it. Kondrashin gave the
first performance. He is an excellent Shostakovich conductor, in my opinion,
but I don't know what the general view is.
I'll start by agreeing with alan that Kondrashin was a very fine, in some
instances perhaps the finest Shostakovich conductor there has been so far.
As for Mravinsky and the fourth I'm quite certain that he did not record
this symphony, niether of the Shostakovich dicographies that I have
availible disagrees on this. There used be an Japanese web-site that listed
all Mravinsky's recordings, but it seems to be unavailible at the present.

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Len of MusicWeb
2004-11-18 23:04:49 UTC
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The Kondrashin 4th sounds amazingly well in the new Aulos transfer

se
http://www.musicweb.uk.net/classrev/2004/Aug04/Shostakovich_Kondrashin.htm

Len
Post by Alan Watkinsuk
Others may know better but I don't think he did record it. Kondrashin gave the
first performance. He is an excellent Shostakovich conductor, in my opinion,
but I don't know what the general view is.
I'll start by agreeing with alan that Kondrashin was a very fine, in some
instances perhaps the finest Shostakovich conductor there has been so far.
As for Mravinsky and the fourth I'm quite certain that he did not record
this symphony, niether of the Shostakovich dicographies that I have
availible disagrees on this. There used be an Japanese web-site that listed
all Mravinsky's recordings, but it seems to be unavailible at the present.

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Steve Molino
2004-11-18 23:34:22 UTC
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Post by Len of MusicWeb
The Kondrashin 4th sounds amazingly well in the new Aulos transfer
se
http://www.musicweb.uk.net/classrev/2004/Aug04/Shostakovich_Kondrashin.htm
Len
Yep, and in stereo (as opposed to the prior Melodiyas)!
Tony
2004-11-20 10:24:51 UTC
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Kondrashin is a much underrated conductor and I consider him the
greatest Russian maestro, not just for his superlative Shostakovich
but also for other Russian repertoire like Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky
(his live Japanese/'67 sym 6 positively sweeps Mravinsky aside).
J. Tati
2004-11-23 06:46:46 UTC
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Post by Tony
Kondrashin is a much underrated conductor and I consider him the
greatest Russian maestro, not just for his superlative Shostakovich
but also for other Russian repertoire like Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky
(his live Japanese/'67 sym 6 positively sweeps Mravinsky aside).
Certainly Kondtrashin's 4th is one of the best at making sense of this
sprawling work.
Matthew B. Tepper
2004-11-23 07:46:08 UTC
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Post by J. Tati
Post by Tony
Kondrashin is a much underrated conductor and I consider him the
greatest Russian maestro, not just for his superlative Shostakovich
but also for other Russian repertoire like Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky
(his live Japanese/'67 sym 6 positively sweeps Mravinsky aside).
Certainly Kondtrashin's 4th is one of the best at making sense of this
sprawling work.
I would also recommend Ormandy's.
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Derrick Fawsitt
2004-11-21 22:28:29 UTC
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Post by plundin
There used be an Japanese web-site that listed
all Mravinsky's recordings, but it seems to be unavailible at the present.
I could not access it either but I had saved it and I hope it is OK to
paste the text here despite its length. Unfortunately I had only saved
the text, not the URL. I do hope it OK to paste such a large amount of
text here in a News Group but I feel it is what you may require.

I quote:-


"DISCOGRAPHY

Bach, Bartok, Beethoven, Berlioz, Bizet, Brahms, Bruckner, Davidov,
Debussy, Glazunov, Glinka, Haydn, Hindemith, Honegger, Kalinnikov,
Khachaturyan, Klyuzner, Liadov, Liszt, Lyapunov, Lyatoshinsky, Mica,
Mozart, Musorgsky, Ovsyaniko-Kulikovsky, Prokofiev, Ravel,
Rimsky-Korsakov, Salmanov, Schubert, Scriabin, Shostakovich, Sibelius,
Steinberg, Strauss, Stravinsky, Tchaikovsky, Ustvolskaya, Wagner, Weber,
Zhivotov, Rehearsals and Mravinsky Speaking, Misattributions, Uncertain
Recordings, and Fakes
BACH, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750)
Suite No. 2 in b minor, BWV 1067
1961/11/21, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11167 (1994)
BARTOK, Bela (1881-1945)
Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta, Sz 106
Premiere in USSR by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1961/12/16 in
Leningrad

1965/2/28, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: David Gaklin
Harp: Yelena Sinitsina; Drum: Anatoli Ivanov; Piano: Olga Krylova;
Celesta: Nora Nuradshanyan
LP: Melodiya SM 02859/60 (1971) B-52
CD: Melodiya MCD 223 (1988)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Ariola 85194KK
LP: Ariola 85194MK
LP: Ariola 28578XDK (1977)
CD: BMG 74321-25197-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4010 (1996)
CD: Documents LV 917 (1993), 2 disc set
LP: HMV ASD 2964 (1974)
LP: JVC VIC 5066 (1977)
LP: JVC VIC 9545 (1985)
CD: JVC VDC 1118 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2034 (1990)
CD: Melodiya(Australia) MA 3023
CD: Olympia OCD 223 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7710 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MKX 2009 (1975)
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46070-2 (1994)
1967/5/24, Prague, Smetana Hall, Live; RE: na
CD: Praga PR 254047 (1994)

1970/10/12, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11167 (1994)
BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
Symphony No. 1 in C, Op. 21
1982/1/28, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
CD: JVC VDC 25022 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40141 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40252 (1997)
CD: Audiophile APL 101.508 (1994)
CD: Erato 2292-45759-2 (1992)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1318 (1995)
Audiophile APL 101.508 incorrectly dated 1983.
Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 36
1940, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: unknown
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8021 (1998), 4 disc set
Symphony No. 3 in E flat, "Eroica", Op. 55
1961/6/24, Festival in Bergen, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Hunt 2HUNTCD 714 (1990), 2 disc set
CD: Arkadia CGDI 714.2, 2 disc set

1968/10/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE:
Kh. Minakova
CD: JVC VDC 25023 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40139 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40250 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45759-2 (1992)
Symphony No. 4 in B flat, Op. 60
1949/3/14, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
LP: Old Melodiya D 01466/7 (1953) B-57, WERM3-57
LP: Melodiya D 029691/2 (1971) B-57
CD: BMG 74321-29400-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4020 (1997)
LP: JVC VIC 5079 (1977)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1073 (1975)

1955/6/3, Spring Festival in Prague, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Praga PR 250021 (1992)
CD: Praga PR 256004 (1998)

1972/1/29, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Vasili Antonenko
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4029 (1997)

1973/4/29, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Gerhaldt Tses
LP: Melodiya S10 18171/2 (1983)
CD: Melodiya MCD 225 (1989)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
CD: BMG 74321-25196-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4001 (1996)
CD: Documents LV 917 (1993), 2 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 28089 (1983)
CD: JVC VDC 1116 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2032 (1990)
CD: Olympia OCD 225 (1989)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46033-2 (1994)

1973/5/26, Tokyo Bunkakaikan Large Hall, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10901 (1994)
This recording was broadcast on NHK TV on 1973/5/31 and NHK FM Radio on
1973/6/16.
Symphony No. 5 in c minor, Op. 67
1949, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
LP: Old Melodiya D 0416/7 (1952) B-57, WERM3-57
LP: Old Melodiya D 5804/5 (1959), 25cm B-57
CD: BMG 74321 29400-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4011 (1997)
LP: JVC VIC 5079 (1977)
LP: JVC 1009 (1979), 10 disc set
LP: Shinsekai MK 1073 (1975)

1963, (probably Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic), Live, Monaural;
RE: na
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1321 (1995)
Hiroo Ohno confirmed that Leningrad Masters LM 1321 and LM 1318 are
distinct.
LM 1321 is not identical with any of the following four live recordings.

1971, (probably Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic), Live, Monaural;
RE: I. Shnipenko
LP: Melodiya M90 48395/6 (1988)
Paul Miller confirmed that Old Melodiya D 0416/7 and Melodiya M90
48395/6 are distinct by making A-B comparison on variable speed tape
recorders.

1972/1/29, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Vasili Antonenko
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4029 (1997)

1974/9/8, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: JVC VICC 40148 (1993), bonus disc in 9 disc set

1974/9/15, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE:
Semyon Shugal
CD: JVC VDC 25033 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40139 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40250 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45760-2 (1992)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1318 (1996)
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that Leningrad Masters LM 1318 and JVC VDC 25033
are identical, since the timings of the individual movements are same.
Leningrad Masters LM 1318 incorrectly dated 1963.
Symphony No. 6 in F, "Pastorale", Op. 68
1949/3/29, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
LP: Old Melodiya D 01091/2 (1953) B-57, WERM3-57
LP: Ariola 27933XK in 28192XDK (1977), 3 disc set
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4020 (1997)
LP: JVC VICX 1010 (1979), 10 disc set
LP: Shinsekai PLS 31 (before 1959)
LP: Shinsekai PH 35 (1959), 25cm
LP: Shinsekai PX 8510 (1963)
LP: Shinsekai SH 7751 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1028 (1973)

1962, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Monaural, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11159 (1993)

1982/10/17, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon
Shugal
CD: JVC VDC 25023 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40140 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40251 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45761-2 (1992)
Symphony No. 7 in A, Op. 92
1958/11/16, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Aleksandr Grosman
LP: Old Melodiya D 04938/9 (1959) B-57
LP: Ariola 27994XK in 28192XDK (1977), 3 disc set
LP: Artia MK 1505 (1960)
CD: BMG 74321-29400-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4011 (1997)
CD: Palladio PD 1200 (1994)
LP: Saga 5490 (1983)
CD: Saga Classics EC 3382-2 (1994)
CD: Saga Classics SCD 9047 (1995)
LP: Shinsekai PX 5515 (1962)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7752 (1972), Electronic simulated stereo
LP: Shinsekai SH 7752 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1029 (1973)
1964/9/19, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE:
Aleksandr Grosman
CD: JVC VDC 25033 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40140 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40251 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45760-2 (1992)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1321 (1995)
BERLIOZ, Hector (1803-1869)
Symphonie Fantastique, Op. 14
1949, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: na; 2nd movement (Un bal) only
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
78: Old Melodiya 16695/6, 2 sides, 25cm WERM3-67

1960/2/26, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10906 (1995)
BIZET, Georges (1838-1875)
Carmen: Entracte Nos. 1, 2 and 3
1946/11/23, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4027 (1997)
L'Arlesienne: Farandole
1946/11/23, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4027 (1997)
BRAHMS, Johannes (1833-1897)
Symphony No. 1 in c minor, Op. 68
1949, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
LP: Old Melodiya D 01257/8 (1953) B-97, WERM3-82
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4021 (1997)
CD: King KICC 2355/6 (1994), 2 disc set
CD: Memoria 991-006 (1993), 2 disc set
LP: Shinsekai MK 1074 (1975)
Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 73
1978/4/29, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Gerhaldt Tses
LP: Melodiya S10 18153/4 (1982)
CD: Artists FED 043 (1993), 2 disc set
CD: BMG 74321-25190-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4002 (1996)
LP: JVC VIC 28099 (1983)
LP: JVC VIC 9541 (1985)
CD: JVC VDC 1121 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2036 (1990)
CD: King KICC 2355/6 (1994), 2 disc set
CT: Linfair 13009 (1988)
CD: Memoria 991-006 (1993), 2 disc set

1978/6/12, Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, Live; RE: Arfred Tsafrel
LP: Ariola 300665 in 300668-440 (1980), 4 disc set
CD: Ariola 880029-910
LP: Chant du Monde LDX 78705/6 (1981)
LP: HMV ASD 4027 in SLS 5212 (1980), 4 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 2327 (1981), 4 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 28066 (1982)
CD: JVC VDC 1010 (1985)
CD: JVC VICC 40259 (1997)
LP: Melodiya S10 15687/8 (1981)
Symphony No. 3 in F, Op. 90
1971/11/30, (probably Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic), Live; RE:
na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10905 (1994), 2 disc set

1972/1/27, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Gerhaldt Tses
CD: BMG 74321-29401-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4003 (1996)
CD: King KICC 2355/6 (1994), 2 disc set
CD: Memoria 991-006 (1993), 2 disc set
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that Memoria 991-006 and BMG(Japan) BVCX 4003 are
identical, since the coughs in the first and second movements are placed
in the same places. Memoria 991-006 incorrectly dated 1965. King KICC
2355/6 (reissue from Memoria) claims expressly that Memoria 991-006 is
incorrectly dated 1965 and the correct date is 1971/11/30, but this
statement is incorrect, too.
Symphony No. 4 in e minor, Op. 98
1954/12/29, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE: na
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10916 (1995)

1961/5/14, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10907 (1995)

1973/4/28, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Gerhaldt Tses
LP: Melodiya S10 17639/40 (1982)
CD: Andromeda ANR 2531 (1994)
CD: Artists FED 044 (1993), 2 disc set
CD: BMG 74321-29401-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4003 (1996)
LP: JVC VIC 28074 (1982)
CD: JVC VDC 1117 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2033 (1990)
CD: King KICC 2355/6 (1994), 2 disc set
CD: Memoria 991-006 (1993), 2 disc set
LP: Turnabout TV 34824 (1985)
CT: Turnabout CT 4824 (1985)
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 2 in B flat, Op. 83
1961/12/27, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
Piano: Svyatoslav Richter
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11158 (1993)
BRUCKNER, Anton (1824-1896)
Symphony No. 7 in E
1967/2/25, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE: na
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10911 (1995)
Symphony No. 8 in c minor (edited by Haas)
1959/6/30, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: Aleksandr Grosman
LP: Old Melodiya D 06187/90 (1960), 2 discs B-108
LP: Artia MK 210B (1961), 2 discs 1970?
CD: BMG 74321-29402-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4012 (1997)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7590/1 (1970), 2 discs
LP: Shinsekai MK 1030/1 (1973), 2 discs
Symphony No. 9 in d minor
1980/1/30, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
LP: Melodiya S10 17643/5 (1983), 3 sides in 2 disc set
CD: Melodiya MCD 220 (1988)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
CD: BMG 74321-25193-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4004 (1997)
CD: Icone ICN 9412-2 (1994)
LP: JVC VIC 9043/4 (1982), 3 sides in 2 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 3101 (1983)
CD: JVC VDC 1119 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2035 (1990)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1303 (1995)
CD: Olympia OCD 220 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Turnabout TV 34823 (1985)
CT: Turnabout CT 4823 (1985)
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46011-2 (1993)
Icone ICN 9412-2 incorrectly claims to have been recorded at the Concert
Hall of the Moscow Radio on 1982/12/29.
DAVIDOV, Karl Yulyevich (1838-1889)
Concerto for Cello and Orchestra No. 2 in a minor, Op. 14
1949/5/2, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE: na
Cello: Daniil Shafran
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10914 (1996)
DEBUSSY, Claude (1862-1918)
First Rhapsody for Clarinet and Orchestra, Lesure 116
1962, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
Clarinet: Vladimir Krasavin
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11159 (1993)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1304 (1995)
La Mer, Lesure 109
1962, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11159 (1993)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1304 (1995)
Nocturnes, Lesure 91: 1. Nuages (Clouds) and 2. Fetes (Festivals) only
1952/12/28, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
LP: Old Melodiya D 1705 (1953), 25cm B-151, WERM3-134
LP: Old Melodiya D 004838/9 (1958), 20cm B-151
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4027 (1997)
CD: Multisonic 310178-2 (1993): Nuages only
1960/2/26, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11167 (1994)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1304 (1995)
Claude Debussy visited Petrograd just before World War I, and performed
his works La Mer and Nocturnes conducting the Koussevitzky's Orchestra
[Interview with Prokofiev by Motoo Ohtaguro, Mizu no ue no ongaku
(Tokyo: Ongaku to bungaku sha, 1919) (in Japanese)]. Mravinsky may have
possibly attended this concert, but with no evidence. -R1-
Prelude a l'apres-midi d'un faune, Lesure 86
1965/2/28, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: David Gaklin
Flute: Dmitri Beda
LP: Melodiya SM 02864 (1971) B-151
LP: Ariola 80588XAK (1976)
CT: Ariola VS 122K (1976)
CD: BMG 74321-25197-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4010 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4028 (1997)
LP: JVC VIC 5067 (1977)
LP: JVC VIC 9544 (1985)
CD: JVC VDC 1115 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2031 (1990)
CT: Linfair 13007 (1987)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7712 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MKX 2010 (1975)
GLAZUNOV, Aleksandr Konstantinovich
(1865-1936)
Symphony No. 4 in E flat, Op. 48
1948/3/2, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
LP: Old Melodiya D 53/4 (1951), 25cm B-196, WERM3-178
LP: Old Melodiya D 9229/30 (1961), 25cm B-196
CD: BMG 74321-29407-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4013 (1997)
LP: Colosseum CRLP 206 (1956) WERM3-178
LP: JVC VIC 5080 (1977)
CD: JVC VICC 2128 (1993)
CD: Multisonic 310237-2 (1994)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1077 (1975)
78: Supraphon 10705/8-V, 8 sides
78: Ultraphon H 23908/11, 8 sides (ever issued?) WERM2-81
Multisonic 310237-2 incorrectly dated 1946. Jiri Jirak wrote to the
compiler that Ultraphon H 23908/11 was never issued.

1950/2/8, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: N. Barskova: Scherzo only
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
78: Old Melodiya 16697/8, 2 sides, 25cm WERM1-213
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8022 (1998), 4 disc set
Symphony No. 5 in B flat, Op. 55
1968/9/28, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE:
(probably Semyon Shugal: See the Prokofiev 5th on the same day.) -R1-
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11165 (1993)
Raimonda Suite, Op. 57a
1969/12/28, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE:
Kh. Minakova
CD: JVC VDC 25031 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40143 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40254 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45757-2 (1992)
Raimonda, Op. 57: Introduction to Act 3 (also called Fragment No. 10)
1965/2/21, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Igor Veprintsev
LP: Melodiya SM 02863 (1971) B-199
LP: Ariola 80588XAK (1976)
CT: Ariola VS 122K (1976)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4028 (1997)
LP: JVC VIC 5067 (1977)
LP: JVC VIC 9544 (1985)
CD: JVC VDC 1115 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2031 (1990)
CT: Linfair 13007 (1987)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7712 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MKX 2010 (1975)
CD: Urania US 5163-CD (1989)

1973/5/26, Tokyo Bunkakaikan Large Hall, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10901 (1994)
This recording was broadcast on NHK FM Radio on 1973/6/16 and on NHK TV
on 1973/12/20.
Raimonda, Op. 57: Spanish Dance
1948/3/11, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8024 (1998), 4 disc set
The Seasons, Op. 67
1969/4/20, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11155 (1994)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).
GLINKA, Mikhail Ivanovich (1804-1857)
Ivan Susanin: Krakoviak
1954/4/4, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8024 (1998), 4 disc set
Ruslan and Ludmila: Overture
1965/2/21, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Igor Veprintsev
LP: Melodiya SM 02863 (1971) B-199
LP: Melodiya S10 28431/4, 2 disc set
LP: Ariola 80588XAK (1976)
CT: Ariola VS 122K (1976)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4028 (1997)
LP: JVC VIC 5067 (1977)
LP: JVC VIC 9544 (1985)
CD: JVC VDC 1115 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2031 (1990)
CT: Linfair 13007 (1987)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7712 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MKX 2010 (1975)
CD: Urania US 5162-CD (1989)

Unknown date, Spring Festival in Prague, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Hunt 2HUNTCD 714 (1990), 2 disc set
CD: Hunt HUNTCD 713 (1990)
CD: Arkadia CDGI 714.2, 2 disc set
CD: Arkadia CDGI 713.1
CD: Inta'glio INCD 7321 (1992)
Hunt 2HUNTCD 714, Hunt HUNTCD 713, Arkadia CDGI 714.2, and Arkadia CDGI
713.1 incorrectly dated 1968. Mravinsky and the Leningrad Philharmonic
did not visit Prague in 1968. The date is probably 1967. Inta'glio INCD
7321 claims to come from the 1971 live performance at the Royal Albert
Hall in London, but Paul Miller confirmed that it is identical with Hunt
HUNTCD 713 by using variable speed tape recorders and making A-B
comparisons.

1981/11/29, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon
Shugal
CD: JVC VDC 25030 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40146 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: Erato 2292-45757-2 (1992)
CD: Icone ICN 9417-2 (1994)
Icone ICN 9417-2 incorrectly claims to have been recorded at the Concert
Hall of the Moscow Radio on 1978/3/30.

1983/4/8, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10912 (1996)
HAYDN, Franz Joseph (1732-1809)
Symphony No. 88 in G, "Letter V"
1964/4/20, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11163 (1994)
Symphony No. 101 in D, "The Clock"
1952/12/20, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: unknown
LP: Old Melodiya D 4204/5 (1958), 25cm B-243
LP: Melodiya D 030615 (1971) B-243
LP: Ariola 27992XK in 28192XDK (1977), 3 disc set
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4019 (1997)
LP: JVC VICX 1009 (1979), 10 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 2128 (1993)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1077 (1975)
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46115-2 (1994)
Melodiya D 030615 and Ariola 27992XK incorrectly dated 1953. In Fomin's
"Yevgeni Aleksandrovich Mravinsky", this work cannot be found in the
list of Mravinsky's concerts.
Symphony No. 104 in D, "London"
1965/10/3, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11163 (1994)
HINDEMITH, Paul (1895-1963)
Symphony "Die Harmonie der Welt"
Premiere in USSR by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1964/1/17 in
Leningrad

1965/2/26, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Igor Veprintsev
LP: Melodiya SM 02861/2 (1971) B-249
LP: Ariola 80587KK
LP: Ariola 80587MK
LP: Ariola 28578XDK (1977)
CD: BMG 74321-25195-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4009 (1996)
LP: HMV ASD 2912
LP: JVC VIC 5070 (1977)
CD: Originals SH 815 (1994)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7714 (1972)
HONEGGER, Arthur (1892-1955)
Symphony No. 3, "Liturgique"
Premiere in USSR by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1951/11/18 in
Leningrad

1965/2/28, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: David Gaklin
LP: Melodiya SM 02858 (1971) B-252
LP: Ariola 85194KK
LP: Ariola 85194MK
LP: Ariola 28578XDK (1977)
CD: BMG 74321-25195-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4010 (1996)
LP: Chant du Monde LDX 78465
LP: HMV ASD 2964
LP: JVC VIC 5068 (1977)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7711 (1972)
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46156-2 (1995)
KALINNIKOV, Vasili Sergeyevich (1866-1901)
Symphony No. 2 in A
1953/2/2, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11155 (1994)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).
KHACHATURYAN, Aram Ilyich (1903-1978)
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in D flat
1946/6/1, Prague, Live, Monaural; RE: na
Piano: Lev Oborin
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
CD: Praga PR 250017 (1993)
KLYUZNER, Boris Lazarevich (1909-1975)
Symphony No. 2
World premiere by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1964/3/12 in
Leningrad

1964/3/3, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11162 (1994)
Note the discrepancy between the premiere date and the recording date.
LIADOV, Anatol Konstantinovich (1855-1914)
Baba-Yaga, Op. 56
1959/4/21, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10900 (1994)

1965/2/28, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Igor Veprintsev
LP: Melodiya SM 02863 (1971) B-319
CD: Melodiya MCD 221 (1988)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Ariola 80588XAK (1976)
CT: Ariola VS 122K (1976)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4028 (1997)
CD: Collets 2020
LP: JVC VIC 5067 (1977)
LP: JVC VIC 9544 (1985)
CD: JVC VDC 1115 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2031 (1990)
CT: Linfair 13007 (1987)
CD: Olympia OCD 221 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Shinseaki SMK 7712 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MKX 2010 (1975)
CD: Urania US 5163-CD (1989)

1966/9/30, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10902 (1994)

1973/5/26, Tokyo Bunkakaikan Large Hall, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10901 (1994)
This recording was broadcast on NHK FM Radio on 1973/6/16.
The Enchanted Lake, Op. 62
1966/9/30, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10902 (1994)
LISZT, Franz (1811-1886)
Der Tanz in der Dorfschenko (Mephisto Waltz), S 110: No. 2
1947/2/14, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: (probably Ilya Grodzensky:
See the Mozart 39th on the same day.) -R1-
LP: Old Melodiya D 1097 (1953), 25cm B-308, WERM3-251
LP: Melodiya D 010000 (1962) B-308
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4022 (1997)
CD: JVC VICC 2127 (1993)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1079 (1975)
BMG(Japan) BVCX 4022 incorrectly claims to have been recorded in Moscow.
On the same day Mozart's Symphony No. 39 and Wagner's Siegfried's
Funeral March were recorded in Leningrad.
LYAPUNOV, Sergei Mikhailovich (1859-1924)
Symphony No. 2 in b flat minor, Op. 68
World premiere by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1950/12/28 in
Leningrad

1950/12/28, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: unknown
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8027 (1998), 4 disc set
The studio recording was made on the same day of its world premiere?
LYATOSHINSKY, Boris Nikolayevich (1895-1968)
Symphony No. 3 in b minor, Op. 50
World premiere by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1955/12/28 in
Leningrad

1955/12/29, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10902 (1994)
MICA, Frantisek Antonin Vaclav (1694-1744)
Symphony in D
Mica's authorship of a Sinfonia in D (world premiered in Prague 1946) is
refuted by stylistic factors. It is now ascribed to his nephew Frantisek
Adam Mica (1746-1811), but on slim evidence. (See New GROVE, Vol. 11, p.
260.)

1950/1/23, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
LP: Old Melodiya D 08518 (1961) B-350
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4019 (1997)
MOZART, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)
Symphony No. 33 in B flat, K. 319
1950/1, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
LP: Old Melodiya D 07973 (1961) B-357
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4019 (1997)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1078 (1975)

1960/9/23, London, Royal Festival Hall, Live; RE: na
CD: BBC Legends bonus disc to BBCL 4002-2 (1998)

1961/2/25, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10909 (1995)

1972/3/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
LP: Melodiya M10 43989/90 (1982)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).

1983/12/24, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon
Shugal
LP: Melodiya S10 23719 (1986)
CD: JVC VDC 25022 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40141 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40252 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45758-2 (1992)
Symphony No. 39 in E flat, K. 543
1947/2/14, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
LP: Old Melodiya D 851/2 (1952), 25cm B-358, WERM3-325
LP: Old Melodiya D 08517/8 (1961) B-358
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8022 (1998), 4 disc set
LP: Shinsekai MK 1078 (1975)
Old Melodiya D 851/2 incorrectly labeled as Symphony No. 3 on the disc.
Shinsekai MK 1078 incorrectly dated 1950.

1965/2/23, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Aleksandr
Grosman
LP: Melodiya SM 02855 (1971) B-358
CT: Melodiya SM 01488 (1986)
LP: Melodiya S10 02855 (1991)
LP: Ariola 85193KK
LP: Ariola 27922XK in 28192XDK (1977), 3 disc set
CD: BMG 74321-25191-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4008 (1996)
LP: Dischi Ricord OCL 16201
LP: JVC VIC 5069 (1977)
CD: JVC VDC 1116 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2032 (1990)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7713 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MKX 2011 (1975)

1972/5/6, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: Kh.
Minakova
CD: JVC VDC 25031 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40141 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40252 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45758-2 (1992)
Symphony No, 40 in g minor, K. 550
1972/4/18, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10901 (1994)
Concerto for Flute, Harp and Orchestra in C, K. 299
1949/3/15, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
Flute: Boris Trizno; Harp: Yelena Sinitsina
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8022 (1998), 4 disc set
Concerto for Horn and Orchestra No. 3 in E flat, K. 447
1961/5/14, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
Horn: Vitali Buyanovsky
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10909 (1995)
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 5 in A, K. 219
1956/6/21, Vienna, Live, Monaural; RE: na
Violin: David Oistrakh
CD: Fonit Cetra CDE 1025 (1987)
CD: Fonit Cetra CDAR 2034 (1994)
CD: Classical Collection CD 3CLC 4001, 3 disc set
CD: Stradivarius STR 10005
Sinfonia Concertante for Oboe, Clarinet, Basson, Horn and Orchestra in E
flat, K. 297b
1961/11/25, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
Oboe: Kirill Nikonchuk; Clarinet: Vladimir Krasavin; Bassoon: Dmitri
Yeremin; Horn: Vitali Buyanovsky
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10909 (1995)
Le Nozze di Figaro, K 492: Overture
1961, Festival in Bergen, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Hunt 2HUNTCD 714 (1990), 2 disc set
CD: Arkadia CDGI 714.2, 2 disc set
Hunt 2HUNTCD 714 claims the performance came from the 1961/8/14 live
performance in Bergen, but this date is dubious. Mravinsky gave a
concert on June 12 in Helsinki (See Shostakovich's 5th in BROADCASTS ON
RADIO AND TELEVISION.) and a concert on June 24 in Bergen (See
Beethoven's 3rd .). The date of this recording is probably some day in
June that year. The Bergen Festival usually starts around the birthday
of Edvard Grieg, June 15.

1965/2/23, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Aleksandr
Grosman
LP: Melodiya SM 02864 (1971) B-371
CD: Melodiya MCD 223 (1988)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
CD: Andromeda ANR 2531 (1994)
LP: Ariola 80588XAK (1976)
CT: Ariola VS 122K (1976)
CD: Artists FED 044 (1993), 2 disc set
CD: BMG 74321-25191-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4008 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4028 (1997)
LP: Chant du Monde LDX 78705/6 (1981)
LP: JVC VIC 5067 (1977)
LP: JVC VIC 9544 (1985)
CD: JVC VDC 1115 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2031 (1990)
CT: Linfair 13007 (1987)
CD: Olympia OCD 223 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7712 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MKX 2010 (1975)
Artists FED 044 incorrectly claims to have been recorded in Leningrad.
Don Giovanni, K 527: Overture
1968/11/29, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10911 (1995)
MUSORGSKY, Modest Pyotrovich (1839-1881)
Khovanshchina: Prelude (Dawn over the Moscow River)
1965/2/21, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Igor Veprintsev
LP: Melodiya SM 02863 (1971) B-385
CD: Melodiya MCD 221 (1988)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Ariola 80588XAK (1976)
CT: Ariola VS 122K (1976)
CD: BMG 74321-25191-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4028 (1997)
LP: JVC VIC 5067 (1977)
LP: JVC VIC 9544 (1985)
CD: JVC VDC 1115 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2031 (1990)
CT: Linfair 13007 (1987)
CD: Olympia OCD 221 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7712 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MKX 2010 (1975)
CD: Urania US 5162-CD (1989)

1982/11/24, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10905 (1994), 2 disc set
Though Russian Disc 10905 does not give the venue, Prokofiev's Romeo and
Juliet was filmed at the Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory on the
same day (VT: Triton DMEC 18005).

1983/3/19, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
CD: JVC VDC 25030 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40146 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40257 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45757-2 (1992)
CD: Multisonic 310269-2 (1994).
OVSYANIKO-KULIKOVSKY, Nikolai Dmitrievich (1768-1846)
Symphony No. 21 in g minor
It seems that this symphony was the handiwork of Mikhail Emmanuilovich
Goldstein (1917-1989). The Symphony was 'discovered' in 1948 by him in
the archives of the Odessa Conservatory, where he was then a librarian.
It was premiered in Odessa and Kiev in 1948, and published in 1951 by
the Soviet State Music Publishers and edited by A.G. Svechnikov for the
modern orchestra. OVSYANIKO-KULIKOVSKY was an actual historical figure
and landowner who had presented his serf orchestra to the Odessa Theater
in 1810. Goldstein immigrated to East Germany in 1964, leaving the
madness of this hoax behind him. [See Allan Ho and Dmitry Feofanov,
Biographical Dictionary of Russian/Soviet Composers (Greenwood Press,
1989), pp. 182-183.]

1954/4/3, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
LP: Old Melodiya D 851/2, 25cm
LP: Old Melodiya D 2954/5 (1956), 25cm
CD: BMG 74321-29404-2 (1996) (Claims a P date of 1957)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4023 (1997)
LP: Westminster XWN 18191 (1956)
The issue date of Old Melodiya D 851/2 could be 1952 according to the
table in Bennett's discography. But it is far from always the case with
that release dates follow the same sequence as the recording states. The
compilers do not know when D 851/2 was issued (perhaps 1954 or 1955).
PROKOFIEV, Sergei Sergeyevich (1891-1953)
Symphony No. 5 in B flat, Op. 100
1968/9/28, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE:
Semyon Shugal
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11165 (1993)
CD: Czar Classics 2603012 (1993)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1301 (1995)
Symphony No. 6 in B flat, Op. 111
World premiere by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1947/10/11 in
Leningrad

1947/12/25, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE:
Georgi Dudkevich
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8025 (1998), 4 disc set

1958/12/23, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: Aleksandr Grosman
LP: Old Melodiya D 05016/7 (1959) B-422
LP: Artia ALP 158 (1960)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4024 (1997)
LP: Bruno BR 14048 (1961)
LP: JVC VIC 5081 (1977)
LP: JVC VICX 1008 (1979), 10 disc set
CD: JVC VDC 25005 (1988)
CD: Multisonic 310189-2 (1993)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1080 (1975)
CD: Urania US 5163-CD (1989)

1959/4/21, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10900 (1994)

1967/5/25, Prague, Smetana Hall, Live; RE: na
CD: Praga PR 250079 (1994)
CD: Praga PR 256004 (1998)
CD: Arkadia CDGI 713.1
CD: Hunt HUNTCD 713 (1990)
CD: Inta'glio INCD 7321 (1992)
CD: Palladio PD 1200 (1994)
Inta'glio INCD 7321 claims the performance came from the 1971 live
performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, but Paul Miller
confirmed that it is identical with Hunt HUNTCD 713. Kenzo Amoh
confirmed that Hunt HUNTCD 713 and Praga PR 250079 are identical, since
the timings of the individual movements are same. Hunt HUNTCD 713 and
Arkadia CDGI 713.1 incorrectly dated 1968. Mravinsky and the Leningrad
Philharmonic did not visit Prague in 1968.

1974/9/8, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: JVC VICC 40148 (1993), bonus disc in 9 disc set
Romeo and Juliet, Suite No. 2, Op. 64c
Contains: 8. The Montagues and the Capulets; 9. Juliet-the litle girl;
10. Friar Laurence; 11. Dance; 12. Romeo and Juliet before parting; 13.
Dance of the maids from the Antilles; 14. Romeo at the Juliet's grave

1952/3/24, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Aleksandr Grosman
78: Old Melodiya 22455/67, 13 sides, 25cm WERM3-351
LP: Old Melodiya D 522/3 (1952), 25cm B-427, WERM3-351
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8025 (1998), 4 disc set
LP: Chant du Monde LDXA 8073
CD: JVC VICC 2126 (1993)
LP: Monarch MEL 701 (1954), 25cm WERM3-351
LP: Shinsekai PLS 38 (1958)
LP: Shinsekai PX 5508 (1961): No. 12 only
LP: Shinsekai PX 8552 (1965)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1076 (1975)
LP: Stradivari STR 623 (1955) WERM3-351
LP: Vanguard VRS 6004 (1953) WERM2-167

1961, Festival in Bergen, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Hunt HUNTCD 713 (1990)
CD: Arkadia CDGI 713.1
Hunt HUNTCD 713 claims the performance came from the 1961/8/14 live
performance in Bergen, but this date is dubious. Mravinsky gave a
concert on June 12 in Helsinki (See Shostakovich's 5th in BROADCASTS ON
RADIO AND TELEVISION.) and a concert on June 24 in Bergen (See
Beethoven's 3rd.). The date of this recording is probably some day in
June that year. The Bergen Festival usually starts around the birthday
of Edvard Grieg, June 15.

1973/6/29, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
No. 11 omitted
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11180 (1994)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).

1981/12/30, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon
Shugal
No. 11 omitted
LP: Melodiya S10 23720 (1986)
CD: BMG 74321-25194-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4005 (1996)
CD: Czar Classics 2603012 (1993)
CD: JVC VDC 1217 (1987)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1301 (1995)
CT: Linfair 13015 (1989)
LP: Philips 420483-1PH (1988)
CT: Philips 420483-4PH (1988)
CD: Philips 420483-2PH (1988)
JVC VDC 1217 incorrectly dated 1981/12/31. Philips 420483-2PH and
Philips 420483-4PH incorrectly dated 1981/12/12.
RAVEL, Maurice (1875-1937)
Bolero
1952/12/30, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: unknown
78: Old Melodiya 022864/7, 4 sides WERM3-371
LP: Old Melodiya D 01503 (1953) B-465, WERM3-371
LP: Old Melodiya D 9703 (1962), 25cm B-465
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4027 (1997)
CD: JVC VICC 2127 (1993)
CD: Multisonic 310178-2 (1993)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1079 (1975)

1960/2/26, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10906 (1995)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1304 (1995)
Pavane pour une infante defunte
1960/2/26, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10906 (1995)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1304 (1995)
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, Nikolai Andreyevich (1844-1908)
The Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh and the Maiden Fevronia
1949/4/4, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Svetlana Svetukhina
CD: BMG 74321-29408-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4014 (1997)
CD: Dante LYS 428 (1998) -R1-
CD: Multisonic 310178-2 (1993)
Russian Easter Festival Overture, Op. 36
1975, Leningrad, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Live Classic LCB 144 (1994), 2 disc set
CD: Live Classic LCB 088 (1995), 2 disc set
This work cannot be found in the list of Mravinsky's concerts in Fomin's
book "Yevgeni Aleksandrovich Mravinsky." The authenticity of this
recording has not been verified, but it sounds like Mravinsky.
SALMANOV, Vadim Nikolayevich (1912-1978)
Symphony No. 1 in d minor
Dedicated to Mravinsky
World premiere by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1953/11/22 in
Leningrad
1957/3/20, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE:
Nikolai Kustov
LP: Melodiya S10 12977 (1979), 3 disc set
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4033 (1997), 2 disc set
Symphony No. 2 in G
World premiere by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1960/3/30 in
Leningrad
1960/3/30, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE:
Nikolai Kustov
LP: Melodiya S10 12978/9 (1979), 3 disc set
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4033 (1997), 2 disc set
Melodiya S10 12978/9 incorrectly dated 1960/2/30 on the liner note and
1960/9/30 on the disc.
1966, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11023 (1993)
Symphony No. 3 in a minor
World premiere by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1964/5/23 in
Leningrad
1964/5/24, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE:
Nikolai Kustov
LP: Melodiya S10 12979/80 (1979), 3 disc set
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4034 (1997), 2 disc set
Symphony No. 4 in b minor
Dedicated to Mravinsky and the Leningrad Philharmonic
World premiere by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1977/1/31 in
Leningrad
1977/1/28, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
LP: Melodiya S10 12981/2 (1979), 3 disc set
CD: Melodiya MCD 225 (1989)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4034 (1997), 2 disc set
CD: Olympia OCD 225 (1989)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
Note the discrepancy between the premiere date and the recording date.
SCHUBERT, Franz (1797-1828)
Symphony No. 8 in b minor, "Unfinished", D. 759
1959/4/24, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE: na
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10903 (1994)
Russian Disc RDCD 10903 incorrectly labeled the Leningrad Philharmonic
on the disc.

1978/4/30, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Gerhaldt Tses
LP: Melodiya S10 22371 (1985)
CD: Artists FED 043 (1993), 2 disc set
CD: Audiophile APL 101.508 (1994)
CD: BMG 74321-25190-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4002 (1996)
LP: JVC VIC 28231 (1986)
CD: JVC VDC 1141 (1986)
CT: Linfair 13008 (1988)
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46128-2 (1994)
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that Audiophile APL 101.508 and JVC VDC 1141 are
identical, since the timings of the individual movements are same and
some extraneous noise in the first movement is heard in the same place
on the two recordings.

1978/6/12, Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, Live; RE: Arfred Tsafrel
LP: Ariola 300664 in 300668-440 (1980), 4 disc set
LP: Chant du Monde LDX 78705/6 (1981)
LP: Dischi Ricordi OCL 16201
LP: HMV ASD 4026 in SLS 5212 (1980), 4 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 2326 (1981), 4 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 28063 (1981)
LP: JVC VIC 9531 (1984)
CD: JVC VDC 1009 (1985)
CD: JVC VICC 40259 (1997)
LP: Melodiya S10 15692 (1981)
SCRIABIN, Aleksandr Nikolayevich (1872-1915)
Le Poeme de l'extase (Symphony No. 4), Op. 54
1945, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: unknown
Trumpet: Leonid Yuriev
Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8021 (1998), 4 disc set
1958/12/22, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: Aleksandr Grosman
LP: Old Melodiya D 04942 (1959) B-537
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4024 (1997)
LP: JVC VIC 5080 (1977)
LP: JVC VICX 1007 (1979), 10 disc set
CD: JVC VDC 25004 (1988)
CD: Multisonic 310178-2 (1993)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7596 (1970)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1032 (1973)

1959/4/21, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10900 (1994)
SHOSTAKOVICH, Dmitri Dmitrievich
(1906-1975)
Symphony No. 5 in d minor, Op. 47
World premiere by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1937/11/21 in
Leningrad
1938/3/27 to 4/3, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: unknown
MRAVINSKY'S FIRST RECORDING
78: Old Melodiya 06820/33, 14 sides WERM1-559
CD: BMG(Japan) B0CC 3 (1998), bonus disc in 4 disc set
This recording was broadcast on BBC Radio 3 on 1994/11/15. Melodiya does
not have any original source of this recording.

late 1938 to early 1939, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: unknown
MRAVINSKY'S FIRST RECORDING AFTER BEING APPOINTED CHIEF CONDUCTOR OF THE
LENINGRAD PHILHARMONIC
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8020 (1998), 4 disc set

1954/4/3, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
LP: Old Melodiya D 02283/4 (1954) B-560, WERM3-426
LP: Ariola SQ 89519XDK (1976), 2 disc set
CD: BMG 74321-29404-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4016 (1997)
LP: JVC VIC 5075 (1977)
LP: JVC VICX 1006 (1979), 10 disc set
CD: JVC VDC 25004 (1988)
LP: Kawade-shobo/Shinsekai SKV 1101 (1971), 2 disc set
CD: Pigeon GX 248
LP: Shinsekai LS 4 (1956)
LP: Shinsekai PX 5501 (1961)
LP: Shinsekai PX 8539 (1964)
LP: Shinsekai SH 7583 (1965), Electronic simulated stereo
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7592 (1970), Electronic simulated stereo
LP: Shinsekai MK 1022 (1973)
LP: Vanguard VRS 6025 (1956)
Ariola SQ 89519XDK incorrectly claims this is the live recording on
1954/4/26 in Moscow.

1965/11/24, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10910 (1995)

1966, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11023 (1993)
CD: Audiophile APL 101.503 (1994)
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that Audiophile APL 101.503 and Russian Disc RDCD
11023 are identical, since the timings of the individual movements are
same. Audiophile APL 101.503 incorrectly dated 1983.
Unknown date, Spring Festival in Prague, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Hunt 2HUNTCD 714 (1990), 2 disc set
CD: Arkadia CDGI 714.2, 2 disc set
Hunt 2HUNTCD 714 and Arkadia CDGI 714.2 incorrectly dated 1968.
Mravinsky and the Leningrad Philharmonic did not visit Prague in 1968.
Probably the date is 1967.

1973/6/29, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11180 (1994)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).

1978/6/13, Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, Live; RE: Arfred Tsafrel
LP: Ariola 300666 in 300668-400 (1980), 4 disc set
CD: Ariola 880028-910
LP: HMV ASD 4028 SLS 5212 (1980), 4 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 2324 (1981), 4 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 28017 (1981)
CT: JVC VCC 10006
CD: JVC VDC 1007 (1985)
CD: JVC VICC 40118 (1992), 6 disc set
LP: Melodiya S10 15321/2 (1981)
CD: Praga PR 250085 (1994)
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46021-2 (1994)
Daisuke Kisagami indicated and Kenzo Amoh confirmed that Praga PR 250085
is identical with JVC VDC 1007, since the timings of the individual
movements are same, and the coughs in the first movement are placed in
the same places. Praga PR 250085 incorrectly claims to have been
recorded on 1967/5/26 in Prague.

1984/4/4, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
CD: JVC VDC 25026 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40144 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40255 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45752-2 (1992)
CD: Icone ICN 9407-2 (1994)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1311 (1995)
Symphony No. 6 in b minor, Op. 54
World premiere by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1939/11/5 in
Leningrad
1946/11/4, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: unknown
LP: Old Melodiya D 2488/9 (1955), 25cm B-560
LP: Melodiya D 030616 (1971) B-560
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4016 (1997)
LP: Chant du Monde LDXA 8267, 25cm
LP: JVC VIC 5076 (1977)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7595 (1970)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1023 (1973)

1965/2/21, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Igor Veprintsev
LP: Melodiya SM 02857 (1971) B-560
LP: Melodiya S10 12955/6 (1980)
LP: Melodiya S60 12957/8 (1980): 2nd and 3rd movements only
LP: Angel SR 40202 (1972)
LP: Ariola 80586KK
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4028 (1997)
LP: HMV ASD 2805 (1972)
CD: Icone ICN 9404-2 (1994)
LP: JVC VIC 5068 (1977)
CD: JVC VICC 40118 (1992), 6 disc set
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7711 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MKX 2011 (1975)
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46156-2 (1995)
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46157-2 (1995)
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that JVC VICC 40118, Icone ICN 9404-2, ZYX/Melodiya
MEL 46156-2 and MEL 46157-2 are all identical, since the timings of the
individual movements are same. Icone ICN 9404-2 incorrectly claims to
have been recorded at the Concert Hall of the Moscow Radio on 1983/3/12.
JVC VICC 40118 incorrectly dated 1965/2/25.

1972/1/27, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Igor Veprintsev
CD: BMG 74321-25198-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4007 (1996)
CD: Praga PR 254017 (1994)
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10910 (1995)
Hiroshi Yasuda indicated and Kenzo Amoh confirmed that Praga PR 254017
and BMG(Japan) BVCX 4007 are identical, since the coughs in the second
movement occur in the same places. Praga PR 254017 incorrectly claims to
have been recorded on 1955/5/21 in Prague. Russian Disc RDCD 10910
incorrectly claims to have been recorded at the Grand Hall of the
Leningrad Philharmonic.
Symphony No. 7 in C, "Leningrad", Op. 60
<1953/2/26, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
LP: Old Melodiya D 01380/3 (1953), 2 discs B-560, WERM3-426
LP: Melodiya D 033449/51 (1972), 3 sides in 2 disc set B-560
CD: BMG 74321-29405-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4017 (1997)
LP: JVC VIC 5077/8 (1977), 2 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40119 (1992), 6 disc set
LP: Shinsekai PLS 28/9 (1957), 2 disc set
LP: Shinsekai PX 8557/8 (1965), 3 sides in 2 disc set
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7593/4 (1970), 2 disc set
LP: Shinsekai MK 1024/5 (1973), 2 disc set
LP: Vanguard VRS 6030/1 (1957), 3 sides in 2 disc set
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).
JVC VICC 40119 dated 1953/2/26.
Symphony No. 8 in c minor, Op. 65
Dedicated to Mravinsky
World premiere by Mravinsky/USSR State Symphony Orchestra on 1943/11/4
in Moscow
1947/6/2, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
LP: Old Melodiya D 03620/1 (1957) B-560
LP: Melodiya D 032639/40 (1972) B-560
LP: Ariola SQ 89519XDK (1976), 3 sides in 2 disc set
LP: Artia MK 219B (1964), 2 disc set
CD: BMG 74321-29406-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4018 (1997)
CD: JVC VICC 40120 (1992), 6 disc set
LP: Shinsekai MK 1081 (1975)

1960/9/23, London, Royal Festival Hall, Live, the Composer in
attendance; RE: na
CD: BBC Legends BBCL 4002-2 (1998)
This recording was broadcast on 1960/9/23 by BBC Radio.
1961/2/25, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE:
Nikolai Kustov
LP: Old Melodiya D 09615/7 (1962), 3 sides in 2 disc set B-560
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8026 (1998), 4 disc set
LP: Bruno 14064L (1965)

1982/3/27 or 28, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Philips 422442-2PH (1989)
CD: Philips 422442-2PX (1998)
CD: Icone ICN 9411-2 (1994)
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10917 (1996)
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that Philips 422442-2PH, Icone ICN 9411-2 and
Russian Disc RDCD 10917 are identical, since the coughs in the first
movement occur in the same places. Icone ICN 9411-2 incorrectly claims
to have been recorded at the Concert Hall of the Moscow Radio on
1983/3/15. Japanese liner note attached to Philips 422442-2PH gives
1982/3/28 for the recording date. Russian Disc RDCD 10917 gives
1982/3/27 for the recording date.
Symphony No. 10 in e minor, Op. 93
World premiere by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1953/12/17 in
Leningrad
<1954/4/24, probably Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: na
LP: Old Melodiya D 02243/4 (1954) B-560, WERM3-426
LP: Melodiya D 032508/9 (1972)
LP: Melodiya S10 28431/4: Allegro only, 2 disc set
LP: Artia MK 1523 (1954)
LP: Chant du Monde LDXA 8113 (1954) WERM3-426
LP: Chant du Monde LDX 8113 (1967)
LP: Classics Club X 1018
LP: Colosseum CRLP 173 (1954)
LP: Concert Hall CHS 1313 (1954) WERM3-426
LP: Saga XID 5228 (1964)
CD: Saga Classics SCD 9017 (Disc claims stereo.)
CD: Saga Classics EC 3366-2 (1992)
LP: Shinsekai PLS 1 (1956)
LP: Shinsekai SH 7754 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1026 (1973)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil). Colosseum CRLP 173 incorrectly claims to have been conducted by
the Composer.

1955/6/3, Prague, Smetana Hall, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Praga PR 250053 (1994)

1976/3/3, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
CD: JVC VDC 25027 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40145 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40256 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45753-2 (1992)

1976/3/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE:
Gerhaldt Tses
LP: Melodiya M10 44371/2 (1982)
CD: BMG 74321-25198-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4007 (1997)
LP: JVC VIC 4513 (1982)
CD: JVC VICC 40121 (1992), 6 disc set
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1322 (1995)
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that Leningrad Masters LM 1322 and BMG(Japan) BVCX
4007 are identical, since the timings of the individual movements are
same and the coughs in the first movement appear in the same places.
Paul Miller confirmed that JVC VDC 25027 and VICC 40121 are distinct by
using variable speed recorders and making A-B comparisons.
Symphony No. 11 in g minor, "The Year 1905", Op. 103
Leningrad premiere recording; World premiere by Nathan Rakhlin/USSR
State Symphony Orchestra on 1957/10/30 in Moscow
1957/11/3, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
LP: Old Melodiya D 4808/11 (1958), 25cm, 2 disc set
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11157 (1993)

1959/2/2, Large Studio of Moscow Radio, Studio, Monaural; RE: Aleksandr
Grosman
LP: Old Melodiya D 06295/7 (1960), 3 sides of 2 disc set B-560
LP: Artia MK 210B (1960), 3 sides of 2 disc set
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4025 (1997)
CD: JVC VICC 40122 (1992), 6 disc set
CD: Praga PR 254018 (1994)
CD: Revelation RV 10091 (1997)
LP: Shinsekai PX 5525 (1962)
LP: Shinsekai SH 7710 (1969)
LP: Shinsekai SH 7755 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1027 (1973)
Hiroshi Yasuda indicated and Kenzo Amoh confirmed that Praga PR 254018
and BMG(Japan) BVCX 4025 are identical, since the timings of the
individual movements are same, and furthermore PR 254018 sounds like a
studio recording. Praga PR 254018 incorrectly claims to be the live
recording in 1967 in Prague. Revelation RV 10091 incorrectly dated
1959/11/2.
Symphony No. 12 in d minor, "The Year 1917", Op. 112
World premiere by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1961/10/1 in
Leningrad
1961, Large Studio of Moscow Radio, Studio; RE: Aleksandr Grosman
MRAVINSKY'S LAST STUDIO RECORDING
LP: Old Melodiya D 09395/6 (1962), Monaural B-560
LP: Melodiya S 0245/6 (1962) B-560
LP: Angel SR 40128 (1971)
LP: Artia MK 1580 (1964)
LP: Ariola 74485KK (1967)
LP: Ariola 74485MK (1976)
LP: Ariola XP 87620XK in XP 87623XK (1974), 13 disc set
LP: Ariola 203637
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4026 (1997)
LP: Bruno BR 14065L (1964)
LP: Chant du Monde LDX 78465
LP: HMV ASD 2598 (1970)
LP: HMV 502510 in SLS 5025, 13 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 5005 (1976)
LP: JVC VIC 9533 (1984)
CD: JVC VDC 1122 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 40123 (1992), 6 disc set
LP: Phonogram 409
CD: Praga PR 254017 (1994)
LP: Shinsekai SH 7501 (1962)
LP: Shinsekai PX 5531 (1962)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7538 (1968)
LP: Shinsekai SH 7538 (1968)
CD: Urania US 5162-CD (1989)
Artia MK 1580 and Urania US 5162-CD incorrectly claim to be the world
premiere performance, with the latter stating that the Composer
attended. Paul Miller confirmed that JVC VICC 40123, Artia MK 1580, and
Urania US 5162-CD are all identical using variable speed recorders and
by making A-B comparisons. Hiroshi Yasuda indicated and Kenzo Amoh
confirmed that Praga PR 254017 and BMG(Japan) BVCX 4026 are identical,
since the timings of the individual movements are same, and,
furthermore, because PR 254017 sounds like a studio recording. Praga PR
254017 incorrectly claims to be the live recording on 1962/1/6 in
Prague. JVC VDC 1122 incorrectly claims to be the concert at the Grand
Hall of the Leningrad Philharmonic.

1984/4/29 or 30, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon
Shugal
MRAVINSKY'S LAST RECORDING
CD: JVC VDC 25028 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40146 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40257 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45754-2 (1992)
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10912 (1996)
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that JVC VDC 25028 and Russian Disc RDCD 10912 are
identical, since the timings of the individual movements are same. JVC
VDC 25028 gives 1984/4/30 for the recording date. Russian Disc RDCD
10912 gives 1984/4/29 for the recording date.
Symphony No. 15 in A, Op. 141
1972/5/5 or 6, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE:
Kh. Minakova
LP: Melodiya M10 43653/4 (1982), 2 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 28053 (1981)
1976/5/26, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
LP: Melodiya S10 19299/300 (1983)
CD: Melodiya MCD 224 (1988)
CD: MCD 5002, 6 disc set
CD: Melodiya MCD 008: 3rd movement only
CD: BMG 74321-25192-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4032 (1997)
LP: JVC VIC 28147 (1984)
CD: JVC VDC 1123 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2037 (1990)
CD: JVC VICC 40123 (1992), 6 disc set
CD: Olympia OCD 224 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
CD: Olympia OCD 008: 3rd movement only
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46070-2 (1994)
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46157-2 (1995)
Paul Miller confirmed that JVC VIC 28053 and JVC VDC 1123 are distinct
by using variable speed recorders and by making A-B comparisons. JVC VDC
1123 incorrectly dated 1976/3/26.
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46157-2 and JVC VDC 1123 are
identical, since the timings of the individual movements are same.
ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46070-2 incorrectly dated 1976/6/3.
BMG(Japan) BVCX 4032 is incorrectly tracked between the second movement
and the third movement.
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 1 in a minor, Op. 77
World premiere by David Oistrakh and Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on
1955/10/29 in Leningrad
<1956/11/30, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Studio, Monaural; RE:
na
Violin: David Oistrakh
LP: Old Melodiya D 03658/9 (1957) B-561
LP: Old Melodiya D 5540/1 (1959), 25cm B-561
LP: Melodiya D 033451/2 (1972), 2 disc set B-561
LP: Ariola 79829ZK (1976)
LP: Ariola XP 88665K (1977), 14 disc set
LP: Ariola 89511XGK (1977)
LP: Bruno BR 14017 (1958)
LP: Chant du Monde LD 8186, 25cm
LP: Chant du Monde LDXS 8342
CD: Chant du Monde LDC 278882 (1988)
LP: Columbia(Japan) HR 1530 (1972)
CD: Eurodisc GD 69084 (1990)
LP: HMV ASD 3234 in SLS 5058, Electronic simulated stereo
CD: JVC VICC 2132 (1993)
LP: Monitor MC 2014 (1958)
LP: Monitor MCS 2014 (1958), Electronic simulated stereo
CD: Monitor MCD 62014
LP: Parlophone PMB 1014, 25cm
LP: Period SHO 342 (1965)
LP: Period SHOST 2342 (1965), Electronic simulated stereo
LP: Shinsekai PLV 11 (1958), 25cm
LP: Shinsekai PH 41 (1959), 25cm
LP: Shinsekai MK 1059 (1974)
LP: Telefunken TW 30213, 25cm
CD: Urania ULS 5171-CD
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).

1957/5 Czech Radio broadcast, Prague, Live, Monaural; RE: na
Violin: David Oistrakh
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
CD: Praga PR 250052 (1994)
CD: Praga PR 25612 (1998), 6 disc set -R1-
Festive Overture in A, Op. 96
1955/4/21, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10902 (1994)
Song of the Forests, Op. 81; Lyrics by Yevgeni Dolmatovsky
World premiere by Vladimir Ivanovsky (tenor), Ivan Titov (bass), and
Mravinsky/ Leningrad Philharmonic and Leningrad Academy Chorus on
1949/11/15 in Leningrad

1949/12/12, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: Svetlana Svetukhina
Tenor: Vitali Kilichevsky; Bass: Ivan Petrov
Choral Director: Aleksandr Sveshnikov; RSFSR Chorus and Boy's Chorus of
State Choral School
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
78: Old Melodiya 019191/9 (1950), 9 sides WERM2-204
LP: Old Melodiya D 0486/7 (1952) WERM3-426
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4026 (1997)
78: Chant du Monde PA 5077, 25cm: parts 4 and 5 only WERM1-836
LP: Chant du Monde LDXA 8000 (1952)
LP: Chant du Monde LDX 8000 WERM1-836
LP: Chant du Monde LDA 8000, 25cm WERM3-426
LP: Chant du Monde LDX 8387
LP: Colosseum CRLP 118 WERM2-204
LP: Diaphon DCM 1 WERM3-426
LP: JVC VIC 5076 (1977)
LP: JVC VICX 1007 (1979), 10 disc set
CD: JVC VDC 25005 (1988)
45: Shinsekai PEV 56 (1958), 17cm: parts 1, 4 and 5 only
LP: Shinsekai PH 33 (1959), 25cm
LP: Shinsekai PX 8508 (1963)
LP: Shinsekai PX 8552 (1965)
LP: Shinsekai SH 7680 (1968)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7595 (1970)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1023 (1973)
LP: Supraphon SLPV 17 WERM3-426
LP: Supraphon DV 5149
78: Topic TRC 41/5, ?9 sides WERM1-836
LP: Ultraphon 5149G WERM3-426
LP: Vanguard VRS 422 (1952) WERM2-204
Colosseum CRLP 118 incorrectly attributes Petrov to tenor and
Kilichevsky to bass. In other words, the vocalists were reversed.
SIBELIUS, Jan (1865-1957)
Symphony No. 7 in C, Op. 105
1965/2/23, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Aleksandr
Grosman
LP: Melodiya SM 02860 (1971) B-571
CD: Melodiya MCD 223 (1988)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Angel SR 40202 (1972)
LP: Ariola 80586KK
CD: BMG 74321-25191-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4008 (1996)
LP: HMV ASD 2805
LP: JVC VIC 5066 (1977)
LP: JVC VIC 9545 (1985)
CD: JVC VDC 1117 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2033 (1990)
CD: Melodiya(Australia) MA 3023
CD: Olympia OCD 223 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7710 (1972)
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46071-2 (1994)
Lemminkainen Suite, Op. 22: No. 2 The Swan of Tuonela
1961/5/14, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russin Disc RDCD 10907 (1995)

1965/2/23, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Aleksandr
Grosman
LP: Melodiya SM 02864 (1971) B-571
CD: Melodiya MCD 223 (1988)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Ariola 80588XAK (1976)
CD: Ariola 86851XBK
CT: Ariola 86851XCK (1976)
CT: Ariola VS 122K (1976)
CD: BMG 74321-25191-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4008 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4028 (1997)
LP: HMV ASD 2805
LP: JVC VIC 5067 (1977)
LP: JVC VIC 9544 (1985)
CD: JVC VDC 1115 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2031 (1990)
CD: Olympia OCD 223 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7712 (1972)
CD: Shinsekai MKX 2010 (1975)
STEINBERG, Maksimilian Oseyevich (1883-1946)
Till Eulenspiegel: Dance of Buffoons and Dance of Gilina
1946/10/25, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8024 (1998), 4 disc set
STRAUSS, Richard (1864-1949)
Eine Alpensinfonie, Op. 64
1962/4/21, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Gerhaldt Tses
LP: Melodiya S10 17781/3 (1982), 3 sides in 2 disc set
CD: Melodiya MCD 222 (1988)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
CD: BMG 74321-29403-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4006 (1996)
LP: JVC VIC 4512 (1982). Disc claims monaural.
CD: Olympia OCD 222 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
Concerto for Horn and Orchestra No. 1 in E flat, Op. 11
1964/4/24, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
Horn: Vitali Buyanovsky
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11163 (1994)
CD: BMG 74321-29403-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4006 (1996)
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that Russian Disc 11163 and BMG(Japan) BVCX 4006
are identical, since the timings of the individual movements are same
and the coughs in the first and second movements occur in the same
places. Russian Disc RDCD 11163 incorrectly dated 1967/5/29.
STRAVINSKY, Igor Fyodorovich (1882-1971)
Agon
Premiere in USSR by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1965/10/29 in
Leningrad
1965/10/29, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Gerhaldt
Tses
LP: Melodiya M10 43989/90 (1982)
CD: Melodiya MCD 224 (1988)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
CD: BMG 74321-25192-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4032 (1997)
CD: JVC VICC 2127 (1993)
CD: Olympia OCD 224 (1988)
CD: Olympia 5002, 6 disc set
Olympia OCD 224 incorrectly dated 1968.
Apollon musagete
Premiere in USSR by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1964/10/24 in
Leningrad
1965/2/26, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Igor Veprintsev
Violin solo: Ilya Shpilberg
LP: Melodiya SM 02856 (1971) B-588
CT: Melodiya SM 01488 (1986)
LP: Melodiya S10 02855 (1991)
LP: Angel SR 40202 (1972)
LP: Ariola 85193KK
CD: BMG 74321-25197-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4009 (1996)
LP: JVC VIC 5069 (1977)
CD: JVC VDC 1118 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2034 (1990)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7713 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MKX 2009 (1975)

1972/1/27, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10908 (1995)
Russian Disc RDCD 10908 incorrectly claims to have been recorded at the
Grand Hall of the Leningrad Philharmonic.
The Fairy's Kiss
1983, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11160 (1993)
The Firebird, Concert Suite No. 2
Contains: Introduction; Prelude and Dance of the Firebird, Variations of
the Firebird; The Princesses' Round (Khorovod); Infernal Dance of King
Kashchei; Lullaby; Final Hymn
1961 or 1962, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE:
na
CD: Icone ICN 9401-2 (1994)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1313 (1995)
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that Icone ICN 9401-2 and Leningrad Masters LM 1313
are identical, since the timings of the individual parts are same. Icone
ICN 9401-2 dated 1961 and Leningrad Masters LM 1313 dated 1962.
Petrushuka, Orchestral Suite (1911 Version)
Contains: Scene 1: The Shrovetide Fair, The Crowds, The Mountebank's
Booth; Scene 2: Petrushka's Room; Scene 3: The Moor's Room, Dance of the
Ballerina, Waltz; Scene 4: The Shrovetide Fair (evening), Dance of the
Wet Nurses, Dance of the Coachmen and Grooms, Maskers, Dance of
Petrushka
1946/11/18, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4027 (1997)
CD: Dante LYS 428 (1998) -R1-
CD: Multisonic 310189-2 (1993)
Multisonic 310189-2 incorrectly claims to have been recorded in Moscow.

1964/10/24, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11162 (1994)
CD: Icone ICN 9401-2 (1994)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1313 (1995)
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that Russian Disc RDCD 11162 and Icone ICN 9401-2
are identical, since the timings of the individual parts are same. Icone
ICN 9401-2 incorrectly dated 1961.
TCHAIKOVSKY, Pyotr Ilyich (1840-1893)
Symphony No. 4 in f minor, Op. 36
1957/4/8, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: Aleksandr Grosman
LP: Old Melodiya D 04098/9 (1957) B-606
CD: BMG 74321-29407-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4013 (1997)
LP: JVC VIC 5071 (1977)
LP; JVC VICX 1001 (1979), 10 disc set
CD: JVC VDC 25001 (1988)
LP: Monitor MLP 8001 (1962)
CD: Revelation RV 10055 (1996)
CD: Revelation RV 2002 (1997), 2 disc set: 4th movement only
CD: Revelation RV 40002 (1997): 4th movement only
LP: Shinsekai PLS 40 (1958)
LP: Shinsekai PH 45 (1960), 25cm
LP: Shinsekai MK 1018 (1973)
LP: Telefunken LT 6623

1959/4/24, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE: na
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10903 (1994)
Russian Disc RDCD 10903 incorrectly labeled with the Leningrad
Philharmonic on the disc.

1960/9/14-15, London, Wembly Town Hall, Studio; RE: Harald Baudis
LP: DG LPM 18657 (1960), Monaural
LP: DG SLPM 138657 (1961)
LP: DG 618657, Monaural
LP: DG 2535235 (1974)
CT: DG 2535235 (1974)
LP: DG 2538178 (1974)
LP: DG 2539131 in 2726040 (1974), 2 disc set
LP: DG 2561260 in 2892008, 15 disc set
LP: DG 2563368 in 2721085, 3 disc set
LP: DG 2720065 (1974), 2 disc set
LP: DG 2727012, 2 disc set
LP: DG 3335235 (1974)
CT: DG 3335235 (1974)
CT: DG 3434157
CT: DG 410569-4
LP: DG 413541-1, 2 disc set
CT: DG 413541-4, 2 cassette set
CT: DG 415617-4GW
LP: DG 415928-1
CT: DG 415928-4
CD: DG 413541-2 (1985), 2 disc set
CD: DG 419746-2 in 419745-2GH2, 2 disc set
LP: Chant du Monde LDXP 8325, Monaural
LP: Chant du Monde LDXSP 1530, Monaural
LP: DG(Japan) SLGM 1022 (1961)
LP: DG(Japan) LGM 1035 (1962), Monaural
LP: DG(Japan) SLGM 1062 (1962)
LP: DG(Japan) SLGM 1411 (1968), 2 disc set
LP: DG(Japan) MG 2069 (1969)
LP: DG(Japan) MG 9885 (1974), part of a set of the six Tchaikovsky
symphonies
LP: DG(Japan) MGX 7006 (1979)
CD: DG(Japan) F60G 20129 (1987), 2 disc set
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 1391/2 (1992), 2 disc set
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 9835/6 (1996), 2 disc set
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 90353 (1999) -R1-
CD: Echo Industry CC 1019/20, 2 disc set
LP: Eterna 826723
LP: Old Melodiya D 08107/8 (1961), Monaural B-606
LP: Old Melodiya S 0147/8 (1961) B-606
LP: Melodiya S10 16537/8 (1982), 2 disc set
LP: Melodiya SM 03357 (1972), 2 disc set: Finale only
LP: Philips 6500009 (1974)
CD: PolyGram(Japan) The Symphonies (1998), 20 CD set
Symphony No. 5 in e minor, Op. 64
1948, Studio, (probably Moscow), Monaural; RE: na
3rd movement (Waltz) only
Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra
78: Old Melodiya 16417/8, 2 sides, 25cm WERM1-621
The recording date was given by BMG Japan/Melodiya.

1947 to 1948, Studio, Monaural; RE: na
LP: Old Melodiya D 011/2 (1951) B- 606
LP: JVC VIC 5072 (1977)
LP: JVC VICX 1002 (1979), 10 disc set
CD: JVC VDC 25002 (1988)
LP: Shinsekai PH 24 (1959), 25cm
LP: Shinsekai MK 1019 (1973)
78: Supraphon 10210/5-V, 12 sides
78: Ultraphon H 23865/70, 12 sides (ever issued?) WERM2-227
Jiri Jirak wrote to the compiler that Ultraphon H 23865/70 was never
issued.

1949/1/19, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE:
unknown
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10914 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8023 (1998), 4 disc set
Russian Disc RDCD 10914 incorrectly labeled the Leningrad Philharmonic
on the disc.

1956/6, Vienna, Grosser Konzerthaussaal, Studio, Monaural; RE: Heinrich
Keilholz
LP: DG LPM 18333 (1956)
CD: DG 447423-2GOR2 (1995), 2 disc set
LP: Decca DL 9884 (1957)
LP: Decca DL 9880 in DXE 142 (1956), 3 disc set
LP: DG(Japan) LGM 89 (1957)
LP: DG(Japan) LG 1067 (1960), 25cm
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 9539/40 (1995), 2 disc set
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 3599/600 (1996), 2 disc set
LP: Eterna 820022
LP: Heliodor 2700114 (1978), 3 disc set

1960/11/9-10, Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, Studio; RE: Harald
Baudis
LP: DG LPM 18658 (1961), Monaural
LP: DG SLPM 138658 (1961)
8-track cartridge tape: DG M88-658
LP: DG 2535236 (1974)
CT: DG 2535236 (1974)
LP: DG 2538179 (1974)
LP: DG 2539131/2 in 2726040 (1975), 2 disc set
LP: DG 2561261 in 2892008, 15 disc set
LP: DG 2563369 in 2721085, 3 disc set
LP: DG 2575653: 3rd movement only
LP: DG 2720065 (1974), 2 disc set
LP: DG 2727012, 2 disc set
LP: DG 3335236 (1974)
CT: DG 3335236 (1974)
CT: DG 3375653: 3rd movement only
CT: DG 3434158
CT: DG 410569-4
LP: DG 413541-1, 2 disc set
CT: DG 413541-4, 2 cassette set
LP: DG 104418, 10 disc set
CD: DG 413541-2 (1985), 2 disc set
CD: DG 419746/7 in 419745-2GH2, 2 disc set
CD: DG 439434-2 (1994)
LP: DG(Japan) SLGM 1023 (1961)
LP: DG(Japan) LGM 1041 (1962), Monaural
LP: DG(Japan) SLGM 1063 (1962)
LP: DG(Japan) SLGM 1411/2 (1968), 2 disc set
LP: DG(Japan) MG 2070 (1969)
LP: DG(Japan) MG 9886 (1974), part of a set of the six Tchaikovsky
symphonies
LP: DG(Japan) MGX 7007 (1979)
CD: DG(Japan) F60G 20129/30 (1987), 2 disc set
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 1391/2 (1992), 2 disc set
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 9690 (1995)
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 9835/6 (1996), 2 disc set
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 90354 (1999) -R1-
CD: Echo Industry CC 1019/20, 2 disc set
LP: Eterna 826724
LP: Old Melodiya D 08115/6 (1961), Monaural B-606
LP: Melodiya S 0449/50 (1962) B-606
LP: Philips GY 839806 (1974)
CD: PolyGram(Japan) The Symphonies (1998), 20 CD set
1961, Festival in Bergen, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Hunt 2HUNTCD 714 (1990), 2 disc set
CD: Arkadia CGDI 714.2, 2 disc set
Hunt 2HUNTCD 714 claims the performance came from the 1961/8/14 live
performance in Bergen, but this date is dubious. Mravinsky gave a
concert on June 12 in Helsinki (See Shostakovich's 5th in BROADCASTS ON
RADIO AND TELEVISION.) and a concert on June 24 in Bergen (See
Beethoven's 3rd.). The date of this recording is probably some day in
June of that year. The Bergen Festival usually starts around the
birthday of Edvard Grieg, June 15.

1972/1/30, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Vasili Antonenko
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4030 (1997)

1973/4/29, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Gerhaldt Tses
LP: Melodiya S10 17319/20 (1982)
CD: Melodiya MCD 221 (1988)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
CD: Andromeda ANR 2523 (1994)
CD: BMG 74321-25196-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4001 (1996)
CD: Documents LV 918 (1993), 2 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 28091 (1983)
CD: JVC VDC 1120 (1986)
CD: Olympia OCD 221 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set

1978/6/13, Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, Live; RE: Arfred Tsafrel
LP: Ariola 300667 in 300668-440 (1980), 4 disc set
LP: HMV ASD 4029 in SLS 5212 (1980), 4 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 2325 (1981), 4 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 28032 (1981)
CD: JVC VDC 1008 (1985)
LP: Melodiya S10 15571/2 (1981)

1982/11/18, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10908 (1995)
CD: Revelation RV 10077 (1995)
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that Revelation RV 10077 and Russian Disc RDCD
10908 are identical, since the timings of the individual movements are
same.
Revelation RV 10077 incorrectly dated 1952/11/8.

1983/3/19, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
CD: JVC VDC 25024 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40143 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40254 (1997)
CD: Audiophile APL 101.511 (1995)
CD: Erato 2292-45755-2 (1992)
CD: Icone ICN 9404-2 (1994)
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10905 (1994), 2 disc set
Icone ICN 9404-2 incorrectly claims to have been recorded at the Moscow
Radio Concert Hall on 1983/3/11.
Symphony No. 6 in b minor, "Pathetique", Op. 74
1949, (probably Moscow), Studio, Monaural; RE: na
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
78: Old Melodiya 016903/14, 12 sides WERM1-621

1949/3/25, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
LP: Old Melodiya D 0237/8 (1952) B-606, WERM3-469
CD: BMG 74321-29408-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4014 (1997)
LP: Chant du Monde LDXA 8039 (1953)
LP: Colloseum CRLP 213 (1956)
LP: JVC VIC 5073 (1977)
LP: JVC VICX 1003 (1979), 10 disc set
CD: JVC VDC 25003 (1988)
LP: Kingsway KL 302 (1955)
LP: Shinsekai PH 25 (1959), 25cm
LP: Shinsekai BEST 1 (1960), 25cm, 3 disc set
LP: Shinsekai PX 8507 (1963)
LP: Shinsekai PX 8551 (1965)
LP: Shinsekai SH 7753 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1020 (1973)
Paul Miller confirmed that Old Melodiya D 0237/8 and JVC VDC 25003 are
identical by using variable speed recorders to make A-B comparisons.

1956/6, Vienna, Grosser Konzerthaussaal, Studio, Monaural; RE: Heinrich
Keilholz
LP: DG LPM 18334 (1956)
CD: DG 447423-2GOR2 (1995), 2 disc set
LP: Decca DL 9885
LP: Decca DL 9881 in DXE 142 (1956), 3 disc set
LP: DG(Japan) LM 82 (before 1959)
LP: DG(Japan) LGM 92 (1956)
LP: DG(Japan) LXM 41 (1958)
LP: DG(Japan) LG 1048 (1960), 25cm
LP: DG(Japan) POJG 9034 (1995)
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 9539/40 (1995), 2 disc set
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 3599/600 (1996), 2 disc set
LP: Eterna 820023
LP: Heliodor 2700114 (1978), 3 disc set

1960/11/7-9, Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, Studio; RE: Harald Baudis
LP: DG LPM 18659 (1961), Monaural
LP: DG SLPM 138659 (1961)
LP: DG 2535237 (1974)
CT: DG 2535237 (1974)
LP: DG 2538180 (1974)
LP: DG 2539132 in 2726040 (1974), 2 disc set
LP: DG 2561262 in 2892008, 15 disc set
LP: DG 2563370 in 2721085, 3 disc set
LP: DG 2720065 (1974), 2 disc set
LP: DG 2727012, 2 disc set
CT: DG 3318048
LP: DG 3335237 (1974)
CT: 3335237 (1974)
CT: DG 3434159
LP: DG 413541-1, 2 disc set
CT: DG 413541-4, 2 cassette set
CT: DG 413609-4GB
CD: DG 413 541-2 (1985), 2 disc set
CD: DG 419747-2 in 419745-2GH2, 2 disc set
CD: DG 439456-2 (1994)
LP: DG(Japan) SLGM 1024 (1961)
LP: DG(Japan) LGM 1003 (1961), Monaural
LP: DG(Japan) SLGM 1058 (1962)
LP: DG(Japan) LGM 1050 (1962), Monaural
LP: DG(Japan) SLGM 1064 (1962)
LP: DG(Japan) SLGM 1412 (1968), 2 disc set
LP: DG(Japan) MG 2071 (1969)
LP: DG(Japan) MG 9887 (1974), part of a set of the six Tchaikovsky
symphonies
LP: DG(Japan) MGX 7008 (1979)
CD: DG(Japan) F60G 20130 (1987), 2 disc set
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 1391/2 (1992), 2 disc set
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 9835/6 (1996), 2 disc set
CD: DG(Japan) POCG 90355 (1999) -R1-
CD: Echo Industry CC 1019/20, 2 disc set
LP: Eterna 826725
LP: Old Melodiya D 08263/4 (1961), Monaural B-606
LP: Old Melodiya S 0451/2 (1962) B-606
LP: Melodiya S10 00451/2 (1990), 2 disc set
LP: Philips 6500080 (1974)
CD: PolyGram(Japan) The Symphonies (1998), 20 CD set
LP: Sono SHR 1009

1983/12/24, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon
Shugal
CD: JVC VDC 25025 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40142 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40253 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45756-2 (1992)
CD: Originals SH 815 (1994)
JVC VDC 25025 incorrectly dated 1982/10/17.
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 1 in b flat minor, Op. 23
1953/1/6, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
Piano: Pavel Serebryakov
LP: Old Melodiya D 01400/1 (1953) B-607, WERM3-466
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8023 (1998), 4 disc set
CD: Multisonic 310352-2 (1995)
LP: Saga XID 5043
LP: Shinsekai PLV 8 (1957), 25cm
LP: Westminster XWN 18179 (1957)

<1959/7/24, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: unknown
Piano: Svyatoslav Richter
LP: Old Melodiya D 05468/9 (1959) B-607
LP: Melodiya SM 02013/4 (1970), Electronic simulated stereo B-607
LP: Melodiya S10 02013/4
LP: Ariola 74589KK (1966)
LP: Ariola 77211ZK (1969)
LP: Ariola XA 87692K (1975)
LP: Ariola 89831XGK (1975)
LP: Artia MK 1501 (1960)
LP: Bastei BDGM 1 (1966)
CD: BMG 74321-17038-2 (1993)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4056 (1997)
LP: Bruno BR 41007 (1963)
LP: Chant du Monde LDX 8268
LP: Chant du Monde LDXS 8268 (1962)
LP: Chant du Monde OPM 02013
LP: Chant du Monde MV 226 (1962), 25cm
LP: Chant du Monde LDX 78711 (1981)
CD: Chant du Monde LDC 278848 (1987)
LP: Columbia(Japan), HR 1536 (1973)
LP: Columbia(Japan), OW 7584 (1975)
LP: Columbia(Japan), OW 7714 (1977)
LP: DG 2862002 (1962)
LP: Discocorp RR 516 (1978)
LP: Educational Media Associates RR 516 (1978)
LP: Ember ECL 9001 (1974)
LP: EMI 97048
LP: Eterna 826152 (1970), Electronic simulated stereo
CD: Eurodisc GD 69048QH
LP: Everest SBDR 3345 (1974), Electronic simulated stereo
LP: Fonit Cetra BU 15
LP: Fontana(Japan) SFON 10572 (1966)
LP: Fontana(Japan) FG 97 (1973)
LP: Fontana(Japan) FG 229 (1974)
LP: Hall of Fame HOF 505
LP: Hall of Fame HOFS 505, Electronic simulated stereo
LP: JVC VIC 3022 (1976)
LP: JVC VIC 5102 (1978)
LP: JVC VIC 9522 (1982)
LP: JVC VIC 3107 (1983)
CD: JVC VDC 1110 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2011 (1990)
LP: Murry Hill M 2958, 3 disc set
LP: Murry Hill S 29595, Electronic simulated stereo, 3 disc set
CD: Music and Arts CD 776 (1993)
LP: Period 1163 (1965), 3 disc set
LP: Period SHO 341 (1965)
LP: Period SHOST 2341 (1965), Electronic simulated stereo
LP: Shinsekai PH 54 (1962), 25cm
LP: Shinsekai PX 8503
LP: Shinsekai PX 8513 (1963)
LP: Shinsekai PX 8542 (1965), 2 disc set
LP: Shinsekai SH 7638 (1968), Electronic simulated stereo
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7612 (1970)
LP: Shinsekai SMKX 9, Electronic simulated stereo
LP: Shinsekai MK 1001 (1973)
LP: Supermajestic BBH 16.220 (1962)
CD: Urania ULS 5175-CD (1989)
LP: Vedette VSC 4007
LP: Vox S 16.220 (1962)
LP: Vox PL 16.220 (1962)
LP: Vox STPL 513.370 (1972), Electronic simulated stereo
LP: Vox VSPS 2 (ca. 1965), Electronic simulated stereo, 3 disc set
LP: Westminster WGM 8228 (1973)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil). Chant du Monde LDC 278848 incorrectly dated 1955. Bruno BR
41007, Everest SBDR 3345, Period SHO 341 and SHOST 2341, Supermajestic
BBH 16.220, and Vox S 16.220 incorrectly labeled with Kirill
Kondrashin/Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra.

1971/3/30, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
Piano: Emil Gilels
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11170 (1993)
CD: Czar Classics 2603082 (1993)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1306 (1995)
Czar Classics 2603082 incorrectly labeled with Dmitri
Kitayenko/Leningrad Philharmonic and the coupling as the Tchaikovsky
Violin Concerto, Gidon Kremer, Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic. In
other words, the conductors were reversed.
Capriccio Italien in A, Op. 45
1950/2/23, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
LP: Old Melodiya D 0239 (1952) B-608, WERM3-466
LP: Melodiya D 026214 (1969) B-608
LP: Ariola 85193KK
LP: Ariola 88797XAK (1976)
CD: BMG 74321-29409-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4015 (1997)
LP: JVC VICX 1004 (1979), 10 disc set
CD: JVC VDC 25003 (1988)
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 15003 (1993)
LP: Shinsekai SH 7757 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1021 (1973)
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46145-2 (1994)
Francesca da Rimini, Symphonic Fantasia in e minor after Dante, Op. 32
1940/5/28, (probably Moscow), Studio, Monaural; RE: na
Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
78: Old Melodiya 010273/8, 6 sides WERM1-619
78: Supraphon 10238/40-V, 6 sides
78: Ultraphon H 23899/901, 6 sides (ever issued?) WERM2-225
The recording date was given by BMG Japan/Melodiya. Jiri Jirak wrote to
the compiler that Ultraphon H 23899/901 was never issued.

1948/3/10, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 15003 (1993)
CD: BMG 74321-29409-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4015 (1997)

1972/1/27, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Igor Veprintsev
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4030 (1997)

1983/3/19, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
CD: JVC VDC 25030 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40142 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40253 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45757-2 (1992).
CD: Icone ICN 9410-2 (1994)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1314 (1995)
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11160 (1993)
The Nutcracker, Excerpts from the Ballet, Op. 71
First Group of Recordings (1946-1948)
1946/11/21, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
6. Departure of the Guests and Night
7. The Battle and Transformation Scene
8. The Forests of Fir Trees in Winter (Journey through the Winter)
9. Waltz of the Snowflakes
1946/11/22, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
14a. Pas de deux (The Prince and the Sugar Plum Fairy)
15. Final Waltz and Apotheosis
1948/3/11, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
2. March [2a in the Suite, Op. 71a]
12b. Coffee (Arabian Dance) [2d in the Suite, Op. 71a]
12c. Tea (Chinese Dance) [2e in the Suite, Op. 71a]
12d. Trepak (Russian Dance) [2c in the Suite, Op. 71a]
12e. Dance of the Mirlitons (Flutes) [2f in the Suite, Op. 71a]
14c. Variation II (Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy and Coda) [2b in the
Suite, Op. 71a]
1948/3/22, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
13. Waltz of the Flowers [3 in the Suite, Op. 71a]
Mravinsky recorded all the numbers in the Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71a
except No. 1 (Overture Miniature).

13. Waltz of the Flowers only
78: Old Melodiya 20370/1, 2 sides, 25cm WERM3-462
78MG: Old Melodiya D 00197 (1952), 20cm WERM3-462
78: Supraphon 10330-M, 25cm
78: Ultraphon C 23934, 25cm (ever issued?) WERM2-224
Jiri Jirak wrote to the compiler that Ultraphon C 23934 was never
issued.

2. March only
78: Supraphon 10330-M, 25cm
78: Ultraphon C 23944, 25cm (ever issued?) WERM2-224
Jiri Jirak wrote to the compiler that Ultraphon C 23944 was never
issued.

2. March, 12b. Coffee (Arabian Dance), 12e. Dance of the Mirlitons
(Flutes), 14c. Variation II (Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy and Coda)
78: Old Melodiya 20421/4, 4 sides, 25cm WERM3-462

2. March, 12c. Tea (Chinese Dance), 13. Waltz of the Flowers, 14a. Pas
de deux (The Prince and the Sugar Plum Fairy), 15. Final Waltz and
Apotheosis
78MG: Old Melodiya D 00512/5 (1952), 4 sides, 20cm WERM3-462

6. Departure of the Guests and Night, 7. The Battle and Transformation
Scene, 8. The Forests of Fir Trees in Winter, 9. Waltz of the
Snowflakes, 13. Waltz of the Flowers, 14a. Pas de deux, 15. Final Waltz
and Apotheosis
LP: Old Melodiya D 03426/7 (1956) B-612
LP: Artia MK 1545
LP: JVC VIC 5074 (1977)
LP: JVC VICX 1005 (1979): No. 14a omitted, 10 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 2126 (1993): No. 14a omitted
LP: Shinsekai MK 1075 (1975)
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46145-2 (1994)
Shinsekai MK 1075, JVC VIC 5074 and VICX 1005 dated 1946. Paul Miller
confirmed that Waltz of the Flowers on Old Melodiya 20370/1, D 00197, D
03426/7 and Shinsekai MK 1075 are identical by using variable speed
recorders to make A-B comparisons.

2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12a, 12b, 12c, 12d, 12e, 13, 14a, 14c, 15
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8024 (1998), 4 disc set
Second Recording (1981)
1981/12/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon
Shugal
Contains: 6, 7, 8, 9, 14a, 15
LP: Melodiya S10 23521/2 (1985)
CD: BMG 74321-25194-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4005 (1996)
CD: Icone ICN 9410-2 (1994)
CD: JVC VDC 1217 (1987)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1314 (1995)
CT: Linfair 13015 (1989)
LP: Philips 420483-1PH (1988)
CT: Philips 420483-4PH (1988)
CD: Philips 420483-2PH (1988)
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 45801-2 (1994), 3 disc set
CD: ZYX/Melodiya MEL 46061-2 (1994)
JVC VDC 1217 incorrectly dated 1981/12/30.
Third Recording (1982)
1982/11/24, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: na
Contains: 6, 7, 8, 9, 14a, 15
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10905 (1994), 2 disc set
Though Russian Disc RDCD 10905 does not give the venue, Prokofiev's
Romeo and Juliet was filmed at the Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory
on the same day (VT: Triton DMEC 18005).
Serenade in C for String Orchestra, Op. 48
1949/3/25, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
LP: Old Melodiya D 389/90 (1952), 25cm B-609, WERM3-468
LP: Melodiya D 026213/4 (1969) B-609
LP: Ariola 88797XAK
CD: BMG 74321-29409-2 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4015 (1997)
LP: JVC VICX 1004 (1979), 10 disc set
CD: JVC VDC 25002 (1989) Recording date stated to be 1949/4.
CD: Revelation RV 10055 (1996)
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 15003 (1993)
LP: Shinsekai PX 5509 (1961)
LP: Shinsekai SH 7757 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1021 (1973)
BMG(Japan) BVCX 4015, Russian Disc RDCD 15003 and Revelation RV 10055
are identical, since the timings of the individual movements are same.
Russian Disc RDCD 15003 incorrectly dated 1961. Revelation RV 10055
incorrectly dated 1949/3/17.
The Sleeping Beauty, Fragments from the Ballet, Op. 66
1948/3/12, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
28. Pas de deux: Adagio (Act 3)
1948/3/13, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
4. Finale of the Prologue (Prologue)
8. Pas d'action: Adagio (Act 1)
17. Panorama (Act 2)
23a. Pas de quatre (Act 3)
23b. Variation II (La Fee-Argent) (Act 3)
24. Pas de caractere (Act 3)
1948/3/16, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
3. Pas de six: Introduction and Adagio (Prologue)
25. Pas de quatre: Variation II (Act 3)
1948/3/21, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
2. Scene dansante (Prologue)
1948/3/22, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
6. Valse (Act 1)
1948/4/12, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
1. Introduction (Prologue)

Unspecified Pieces
78: Old Melodiya 18523/5, 3 sides, 25cm WERM3-465
3a. Pas de six: Introduction
78: Old Melodiya 18607/8, 2 sides, 25cm WERM3-465

3b. Pas de six: Adagio
78: Old Melodiya 18534/5, 2 sides, 25cm

6. Valse
78MG: Old Melodiya D 00198 (1952), 20cm

20. March? (unidentified)
78: Supraphon 10329-V
78: Ultraphon H 23947 (ever issued?) WERM2-224
Jiri Jirak wrote to the compiler that Ultraphon H 23947 was never
issued.

2. Scene dansante; 3a. Pas de six: Introduction; 4. Finale of the
Prologue, 6. Valse, 8. Pas d'action: Adagio, 23a. Pas de quatre, 24. Pas
de caractere, 25. Pas de quatre: Variation II, 28. Pas de deux: Adagio
78MG: Old Melodiya D 00707/12 (1952), 6 sides, 20cm WERM3-465

2. Scene dansante; 3a. Pas de six: Introduction; 4. Finale of the
Prologue, 6. Valse, 8. Pas d'action: Adagio, 23a. Pas de quatre
LP: Old Melodiya D 3424/5 (1956), 25cm B-611
LP: JVC VICX 1005 (1979), 10 disc set
CD: JVC VDC 25001 (1988)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1076 (1975)

1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 17, 23a, 23b, 24, 25, 28
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4023 (1997)
Paul Miller confirmed that Pas de six on Old Melodiya 18607/8 and
Shinsekai MK 1076 are identical, as are Valse on Old Melodiya D 00198
and Shinsekai Mk 1076 by using variable speed recorders to make A-B
comparisons.
USTVOLSKAYA, Galina Ivanovna (born 1919)
Children's Suite
1954, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Aleksandr Grosman
LP: Old Melodiya D 04430 (1958) B-662
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4025 (1997)
WAGNER, Richard (1813-1883)
Gotterdammerung: Dawn and Siegfried's Rhine Journey
1972/1/26, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Igor Veprintsev
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4031 (1997)
Gotterdammerung: Siegfried's Funeral March
1947/2/14, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8022 (1998), 4 disc set

1958/11/16, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Aleksandr Grosman
LP: Old Melodiya D 04943 (1959) B-706
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4022 (1997)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7596 (1970)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1032 (1973)

1967/1/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11166 (1993)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).

1972/1/26, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Igor Veprintsev
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4031 (1997)

1978/3/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
LP: Melodiya S10 17783 (1982), 2 disc set
CD: Melodiya MCD 222 (1988)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
CD: BMG 74321-25199-2 (1995)
CD: Erato 2292-45762-2 (1992)
LP: JVC VIC 9519 (1982)
CD: JVC VDC 25029 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40147 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40258 (1997)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1315 (1995)
CD: Olympia OCD 222 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
Lohengrin: Prelude to Act 1
1967/1/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11166 (1993)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).

1973/3/11, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: Kh.
Minakova
CD: JVC VDC 25029 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40147 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40258 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45762-2 (1992)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1315 (1995)

1978/3/30, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
LP: Melodiya S10 17646 (1983), 2 disc set
CD: Audiophile APL 101.511 (1995)
CD: BMG 74321-25199-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4031 (1997)
CD: Icone ICN 9417-2 (1994)
LP: JVC VIC 9044 (1982), 2 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 9519 (1982)
JVC VIC 9043/4 incorrectly dated 1980/1. Icone ICN 9417-2 incorrectly
claims to have been recorded at the Concert Hall of the Moscow Radio.
Audiophile Classics APL 101.511 (1995) incorrectly dated 1980.
Lohengrin: Prelude to Act 3
1965/2/23, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Aleksandr
Grosman
LP: Melodiya SM 02864 (1971) B-703
CD: Melodiya MCD 224 (1988)
CD: Melodiya 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Ariola 80588XAK (1976)
CT: Ariola VS 122K (1976)
CD: Andromeda ANR 2523 (1994)
CD: BMG 74321-25199-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4008 (1996)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4028 (1997)
CD: Documents LV 918 (1993), 2 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 5067 (1977)
LP: JVC VIC 9544 (1985)
CD: JVC VDC 1115 (1986)
CD: JVC VICC 2031 (1994)
CT: Linfair 13007 (1987)
CD: Olympia OCD 224 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7712 (1972)
LP: Shinsekai MKX 2010 (1975)

1967/1/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11166 (1993)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).

1973/3/11, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: Kh.
Minakova
CD: JVC VDC 25031 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40147 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40258 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45762-2 (1992)
Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg: Prelude to Act 1
1941, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: unknown
Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8021 (1998), 4 disc set

1967/1/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11166 (1993)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).
1982/1/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
LP: Melodiya S10 22372 (1985)
CD: BMG 74321-25199-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4031 (1997)
CD: Icone ICN 9417-2 (1994)
LP: JVC VIC 28231 (1982)
CD: JVC VDC 1141 (1986)
CT: Linfair 13008 (1988)
JVC VIC 28231 and VDC 1141 incorrectly dated 1978/4/29. Icone ICN 9417-2
(1994) incorrectly claims to have been recorded at the Concert Hall of
Moscow Radio on 1978/3/30.
Rienzi: Overture
1941, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: unknown
Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4022 (1997)
Siegfried: Forest Murmurs
1946/11/20, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Gordzensky
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4022 (1997)

1967/1/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11166 (1993)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1315 (1996)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).
Leningrad Masters LM 1315 incorrectly dated 1973.
Tannhauser: Overture
1958/11/16, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Aleksandr Grosman
LP: Old Melodiya D 04943 (1959) B-702
CD: Melodiya MCD 220 (1988)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 6 disc set
CD: Andromeda ANR 2523 (around 1994)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4022 (1997)
CD: Documents LV 918 (1993), 2 disc set
CD: Olympia OCD 220 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7596 (1970)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1032 (1973)
Paul Miller confirmed that Old Melodiya D 04943 and Olympia OCD 220 are
identical by using variable speed recorders to make A-B comparisons.
Olympia OCD 220, Documents LV 917/8 and Andromeda ANR 2523 incorrectly
dated 1968.
1967/1/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11166 (1993)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).

1978/3/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
LP: Melodiya S10 17646 (1983), 2 disc set
CD: BMG 74321-25199-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4031 (1997)
LP: JVC VIC 9044 (1982), 2 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 9519 (1982)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1315 (1995)
JVC VIC 9043/4 incorrectly dated 1980/1.
Leningrad Masters LM 1315 incorrectly dated 1982.
1982/1/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
CD: JVC VDC 25029 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40147 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40258 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45762-2 (1992)
Tannhauser: Venusberg Music (Bacchanale)
1972/1/27, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Igor Veprintsev
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4029 (1997)
Tristan und Isolde: Prelude and Liebestod
1967/1/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11166 (1993)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).

1978/3/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
LP: Melodiya S10 17784 (1982), 2 disc set
CD: Melodiya MCD 221 (1988)
CD: Melodiya MCD 5002, 2 disc set
CD: Andromeda ANR 2523 (1994)
CD: BMG 74321-25199-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4031 (1997)
CD: Documents LV 918 (1993), 2 disc set
CD: Erato 2292-45762-2 (1992)
LP: JVC VIC 9519 (1982)
CD: JVC VDC 25029 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40147 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40258 (1997)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1315 (1995)
CD: Olympia OCD 221 (1988)
CD: Olympia OCD 5002, 6 disc set
Olympia OCD 221 incorrectly claims to have been recorded at the Grand
Hall of the Moscow Conservatory in 1965/2. Documents LV 917/8
incorrectly dated 1965.
Andromeda ANR 2523 incorrectly dated 1965.
Die Walkure: Ride of the Valkyries
1939, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: unknown
Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8020 (1998), 4 disc set
1958/11/16, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Aleksandr Grosman
LP: Old Melodiya D 04943 (1959) B-705
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4022 (1997)
LP: Shinsekai SMK 7596 (1970)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1032 (1973)
1965/2/23, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Aleksandr
Grosman
CD: BMG 74321-25199-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4008 (1996)
1967/1/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 11166 (1993)
The recording date was given by Aleksandr Nevzorov (Mravinsky's last
pupil).
1972/1/26, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live; RE: Igor Veprintsev
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4031 (1997)
1978/3/31, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Semyon Shugal
CD: JVC VDC 25029 (1989)
CD: JVC VICC 40147 (1993), 9 disc set
CD: JVC VICC 40258 (1997)
CD: Erato 2292-45762-2 (1992)
CD: Leningrad Masters LM 1315 (1995)
WEBER, Carl Maria von (1786-1826)
Aufforderung zum Tanze (Invitation to the Dance), J 260 (orchestrated by
Felix Weingartner)
1951/1/2, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
78: Old Melodiya 19030/2, 3 sides, 25cm WERM3-519
78MG: Old Melodiya D 145 (1952), 25cm WERM3-519
LP: Melodiya D 029692 (1971) B-707
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4021 (1997)
CD: JVC VICC 2127 (1993)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1079 (1975)
Paul Miller confirmed that Old Melodiya 19030/2, D 145 and D 025692 are
identical by using variable speed recorders to make A-B comparisons.
1954/12/29, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE: na
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10916 (1995)
Euryanthe, J 291: Overture
1948/4/4, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4021 (1997)
1959/4/24, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE: na
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10903 (1994)
Russian Disc RDCD 10903 incorrectly labeled with the Leningrad
Philharmonic on the disc.
Der Freischuz, J 277: Overture
1945, Moscow, Studio, Monaural; RE: unknown
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4021 (1997)
1954/12/29, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE: na
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10916 (1995)
Oberon, J 306: Overture
1951/1/2, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: David Gaklin
78: Old Melodiya 018988/9, 2 sides WERM3-520
78MG: Old Melodiya D 144 (1952), 25cm WERM3-520
LP: Melodiya D 029692 (1971) B-708
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4021 (1997)
CD: JVC VICC 2127 (1993)
LP: Shinsekai MK 1079 (1975)
Paul Miller confirmed that Old Melodiya 018988/9, D 144, and D 029692
are identical by using variable speed recorders to make A-B comparisons.
1954/12/29, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Monaural; RE: na
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10916 (1995)
1961/5/14, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Monaural; RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10907 (1995)
1978/4/29, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live; RE: Gerhaldt Tses
LP: Melodiya S10 22372 (1985)
CD: Artists FED 043 (1993), 2 disc set
CD: BMG 74321-25190-2 (1995)
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 4002 (1996)
CD: Icone ICN 9401-2 (1994)
LP: JVC VIC 28231 (1986)
CD: JVC VDC 1141 (1986)
CT: Linfair 13008 (1988)
JVC VIC 28231 and JVC VDC 1141 incorrectly dated 1982/1/31. Icone ICN
9401-2 incorrectly claims to have been recorded at the Concert Hall of
the Moscow Radio.
1978/6/12, Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, Live; RE: Arfred Tsafrel
LP: Ariola 300664 in 300668-440 (1980), 4 disc set
LP: Chant du Monde LDX 78705/6 (1981)
LP: HMV ASD 4026 in SLS 5212 (1980), 4 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 2326 (1981), 4 disc set
LP: JVC VIC 28063 (1981)
LP: JVC VIC 9531 (1984)
CD: JVC VDC 1009 (1985)
CD: JVC VICC 40259 (1997)
LP: Melodiya S10 15691 (1981)
ZHIVOTOV, Aleksei Semyonovich (1904-1964)
Heroic Poem
World premiere by Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic on 1946/10/5 in
Leningrad
1946/11/11, Leningrad, Studio, Monaural; RE: Ilya Grodzensky
CD: BMG(Japan) BVCX 8027 (1998), 4 disc set

REHEARSALS AND MRAVINSKY SPEAKING
Brahms: Symphony No. 3
1971/11/27, (probably Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic); RE: na
CD: Russian Disc RDCD 10905 (1994), 2 disc set.
Disc contains the performance of the symphony on 1971/11/30.
Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg: Prelude to Act 1
1977/1/29, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic; RE: Semyon Shugal
CD: JVC CDS 40 (1989), bonus disc
CD: Erato 2292-45780-2 (1992), bonus disc
Wagner: Tannhauser: Overture
1977/1/29, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic; RE: Semyon Shugal
CD: JVC CDS 40 (1989), bonus disc
CD: Erato 2292-45780-2 (1992), bonus disc
Yevgeni Mravinsky Recites Life and Nature (poem in Russian)
1973/3, Recorded by Aleksandra Vavilina-Mravinskaya at the Dom Kino
(House of Filmdom) in Colombo near Leningrad
CD: JVC CDS 40 (1989), bonus disc
CD: Erato 2292-45780-2 (1992), bonus disc

MISATTRIBUTIONS, UNCERTAIN RECORDINGS, AND FAKES
Glazunov: Symphony No. 8
WERM3-178 attributes the recording on Old Melodiya D 01460/1 to
Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic, while B-196 attributes it to Boris
Khaikin/Leningrad Philharmonic. Frank Forman's copy of the disc reads
Khaikin.
Glinka: Ruslan and Ludmila: March of the Black Sea Sailors
Though B-210 lists this work on Melodiya SM 02863/4, SM 02863/4 does not
include this work, but includes the Overture.
Glinka: Valse-Fantasie for Orchestra in b minor
Multisonic CD 310269-2 attributes this recording to Mravinsky/USSR State
Symphony Orchestra recorded in 1986 as the recording of the Moscow
Radio. The conductor is probably Yevgeni Svetlanov.
Schubert: Symphony No. 9, "The Great"
Unknown date and venue, Studio; RE: na
LP: Zafiro ZL 406 (1983)
Spanish LP Zafiro ZL 406 (1983) claims that Mravinsky conducted the
Leningrad Philharmonic on the recording and that the disc was
manufactured under license from Melodiya. However, Mravinsky once told
to Aleksandr Nevzorov that, while he was fond of and much interested in
this work, he never conducted it. Kenzo Amoh compared this recording and
Melodiya S10 16099/100 (1981) recorded in 1980 with the Leningrad
Symphony Orchestra conducted by Aleksandr Dmitriev, and found that both
are identical, since the timings of the individual movements are exactly
same.
Shostakovich: Violin Concerto No. 1
Unknown date and venue, Live, Monaural; RE: na
Violin: Leonid Kogan
LP: Hall of Fame HOF 512
LP: Hall of Fame HOFS 512, Electronic simulated stereo
James Creighton incorrectly attributes this recording to Kogan and
Kirill Kondrashin/ Moscow Philharmonic. Kogan made two recordings of
this concerto with Kirill Kondrashin/ Moscow Philharmonic. One is the
1962 Moscow studio recording (Melodiya LP D 8451/2, Shinsekai LP SMK
7562), and the other is the 1966 Moscow live recording (Revelation RV
10084). Kogan's other recordings of this work are with Yevgeni
Svetlanov/USSR State Symphony Orchestra (1976 live, Melodiya LP S10
30917/8) and with Irwin Hoffman/ Chicago Symphony Orchestra (1966 live,
Radiothon CD CSO CD95-2). Paul Miller compared HOF 512, Shinsekai SMK
7562, and Melodiya S10 30917/8 by using variable speed tape recorders to
make A-B comparions, and found that all are distinct. Furthermore, Kenzo
Amoh confirmed that HOF 512, Revelation RV 10084, Radiothon CSO CD95-2
and Mravinsky's recordings with David Oistrakh (1956 Leningrad and 1957
Prague) are distinct. Neither Aleksandra Vavilina (Mrs. Mravinsky,
former principal flutist of the Leningrad Philharmonic) nor Yelizaveta
Gilels (Mrs. Kogan, violinist) know about this recording. The performers
on Hall of Fame HOF 512 have so far eluded every effort of the compilers
to identify. This disc is shown in James Creighton's Discopaedia of the
Violin, First edition published in 1971.

Unknown date and venue, Live, Monaural; RE: na
Violin: Ruggiero Ricci
Symphony Orchestra of USSR
CD: One Eleven EPR 95030 (1996)
Aleksandra Vavilina (Mrs. Mravinsky, former principal flutist of the
Leningrad Philharmonic) does not know about this recording. Ruggiero
Ricci performed with the Leningrad Philharmonic in 1962 and 1963
according to Fomin's "Leningrad State Philharmonic", but conductors and
works are not shown.
Tchaikovsky: Symphonies Nos. 4, 5 and 6
Unknown date and venue, Live; RE: na
CD: Halloo HAL 09/10 (1997), 2 disc set
Kenzo Amoh confirmed that symphonies nos. 4 and 6 are identical with the
DG 1960 studio recordings, although noises (coughs) are placed in the
beginning of some movements, and an audiences applause after the finale.
Furthermore, Kenzo Amoh confirmed that symphony no. 5 is identical with
the 1978 Vienna live recording.



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FILMOGRAPHY

In this section only commercially issued films are listed though many
seem to have been released in the USSR on television and so on.
Beethoven: Symphony No. 4
1973/4/28, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Rehearsal, Color,
Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC 18001 (1998), 4 video set
It is uncertain whether is a rehearsal or a broadcast. There is no
intermission nor Mravinsky's talking.
Brahms: Symphony No. 2
1978/4/28, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Rehearsal, Color,
Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC 18003 (1998), 4 video set
It is uncertain whether is a rehearsal or a broadcast. There is no
intermission nor Mravinsky's talking.
Brahms: Symphony No. 4
1973/4/28, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Color, Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC 18002 (1998), 4 video set
Musorgsky: Khovanshchina: Prelude
1983/3/19, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Color, Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC 18008 (1998), 4 video set
Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet, Suite No. 2
1982/11/24, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Color, Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC 18005 (1998), 4 video set
Salmanov: Symphony No. 2
1984/4/4, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Color, Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC 18007 (1998), 4 video set
Schubert: Symphony No. 8
1983/11/19, Minsk Philharmonic Hall, Rehearsal, Color, Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC18006 (1998), 4 video set
1983/11/20, Minsk Philharmonic Hall, Live, Color, Monaural
LD: Toshiba TOLW 3667 (1992)
VT: Triton DMEC 18003 (1998), 4 video set
This film was broadcast on NHK Educational TV on 1992/9/6 and 1993/6/14.
Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5
1973/6, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Rehearsal, Color, Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC 18002 (1998), 4 video set
It is uncertain whether is a rehearsal or a broadcast. There is no
intermission nor Mravinsky's talking.
1983/11/19, Minsk Philharmonic Hall, Rehearsal, Color, Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC18006 (1998), 4 video set
1983/11/20, Minsk Philharmonic Hall, Live, Color, Monaural
LD: Toshiba TOLW 3667 (1992)
VT: Triton DMEC 18006 (1998), 4 video set
This film was broadcast on NHK Educational TV on 1992/9/6 and 1993/6/14.
Shostakovich: Symphony No. 8
1982/3/27, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Rehearsal, Color,
Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC 18004 (1998), 4 video set
It is uncertain whether is a rehearsal or a broadcast. There is no
intermission nor Mravinsky's talking.
Shostakovich: Symphony No. 12
1984/4/29, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Color, Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC 18008 (1998), 4 video set
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5
1982/10, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Rehearsal and Interview
by A. Zorotov, Color, Monaural
In the interview Mravinsky talks about his debut and encouragement by
Fritz Stiedry after the concert.
LD: Toshiba WKO 3510 (1989)
VT: Toshiba WVO 3510 (1989)
It is uncertain whether is a rehearsal or a broadcast. There is no
intermission nor Mravinsky's talking.
1983/3/19, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Color, Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC 18001 (1998), 4 video set
Tchaikovsky: Francesca da Rimini
1983/3/19, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Live, Color, Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC 18007 (1998), 4 video set
Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker, Excerpts
1982/11/24, Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Live, Color, Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC 18005 (1998), 4 video set
Weber: Oberon: Overture
1978/4/28, Grand Hall of Leningrad Philharmonic, Rehearsal, Color,
Monaural
VT: Triton DMEC 18003 (1998), 4 video set
It is uncertain whether is a rehearsal or a broadcast. There is no
intermission nor Mravinsky's talking.
Art of Conducting, Vol. 2 Legendary Conductors of a Golden Era
Production: Teldec, 1997
Producer: Marcos Klorman
Contents: It contains Sergiu Celibidache, Andre Cluytens, Wilhelm
Furtwangler, Herbert von Karajan, Erich Kleiber, Willem Mengelberg,
Charles Munch, Hermann Scherchen, Vaclav Talich, and Mravinsky in
rehearsal and performance.
1957, Prague; Tchaikovsky: Symphony No 4: Finale (Czech Philharmonic
Orchestra)
Same as 100 Years of the Czech Philharmonic broadcast on NHK BSTV. (See
BROADCASTS ON RADIO AND TELEVISION.)
1982, Leningrad; Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5: 1st and 4th movements
(rehearsal)
Same as Toshiba WKO 3510.
1972, Leningrad; Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5: 1st movement (rehearsal)
Same as Jewgenij Mrawinsky und die Leningrader Philharmonie broadcast on
German ZDF TV. (See BROADCASTS ON RADIO AND TELEVISION.)
1966, Leningrad; Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5: Finale
Same as Dreamlife LSZ S00172.
VT: Teldec 3 95710 (1997)
LD: Teldec(Japan) WPLS 4120 (1998)
VT: Teldec(Japan) WPVS 4120 (1998)
Dmitri Shostakovich
Production: Central Documentary Studios, Moscow, 1967
Producer: Albert Gendelstein
Contents: A film portrait of Dmitri Shostakovich made to celebrate his
60th birthday. It contains concert performances, rehearsal scenes, and
excerpts from film music. Also there appear many artists and composers
who worked with him in addition to the composer himself. Mravinsky
appears in one scene conducting the 5th.
1966, Leningrad; Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5: Finale
LD: Toei/Dreamlife LSZ S00172 (1989)
LD: Nippon Crown/Dreamlife DMLB 35 (1994)
VT: Nippon Crown/Dreamlife DMVB 35 (1994)
Evgeni Mravinsky -R1-
Unknown date; Glinka: Ruslan and Ludmila, Overture
1982/11/24: Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker, The Forests of Fir Trees in
Winter
1940, Studio; Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker, Waltz of the Flowers
Mravinsky talks about Shostakovich's Symphony No. 8.
VT: Triton DMVS 00002 (1999), bonus video to 4 video set
Richter, The Enigma -R1-
Producer: Bruno Monsaingeon
Contents: Svyatoslav Richter plays the role of Franz Liszt in the film
"Kompositor Glinka". According to the jacket the music was performed by
Mravinsky in this film (the name of the orchestra is not shown). The
film "Kompositor Glinka" was produced by Mosfilm in 1952 and directed by
Grigori Aleksandrov (Rostislav N. Yurenev, History of Soviet Cinema,
Novosti Press Agency, 1975; Japanese translation by Yooko Machida, Film
Directors of the World, Volume 30, Kinema Jumpoo sha, 1976).
[This item may not have to be listed in FILMOGRAPHY because the film
includes the sound only. Anyway need more information.]
Glinka: Ruslan and Ludmila
VT: Warner Music 23029-3 (1998)
LD: Warner Music(Japan) WPLS 4146/7 (1998), 2 discs
VT: Warner Music(Japan) WPVS 4146 (1998)"

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Derrick Fawsitt
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