Soviet Army Chorus and band in a new program of favorites [electronic resource].
- Russian. Sung principally in Russian.
- New York : Monitor Records, 1958.
- Physical description
- 1 online resource.
- Smithsonian global sound for libraries.
- 1. The swallow (Armenian folk song) / Tzitzernak
- Regimental polka / B. Terentiev
- Seven sons-in-law (Russian folk son) / Arr. by A. Alexander
- Vasya-Vasilek / A. Nvikov
- In the field a birch tree stood (Russian folk song) / Arr. by A. Alexandrov
- The pine trees are rustling / Y. Slonov.
- 2. Along the garden path / G. Nosov
- Happy girl (Armenian folk son) / Akhchik Bakhtavor; arr. by S. Cerchakov
- Marching song / M. Blanter
- Bitter fruit (Azerbaidzhan folk song) / Kubanin Almalari; arr. by T. Kulyev
- A distant journey / M. Blanter
- Two choruses from the opera "Mother"; The rails of hum, Enough of suffering / T. Khrennikov.
- Publication date
- Smithsonian global sound for libraries
- Boris Alexandrov, conductor.
- Program notes and English paraphrases of the texts on slipcase.
- Title from slipcase.
- Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Smithsonian global sound for libraries). Available via World Wide Web.
- Included Work
- Along the garden path.
- Bitter fruit (Azerbaidzhan folk song).
- Distant journey.
- Happy girl (Armenian folk song)
- In the field a birch tree stood (Russian folk song).
- Marching song.
- Pine trees are rustling.
- Regimental Polka.
- Seven Sons-in-law (Russian folk song)
- Swallow (Armenian folk song).
- Two choruses from the opera "Mother".