Released by: L.D. Badridze, Gosteleradiofund of Russia, Gosteleradiofund of Georgia
including 70-pages booklet

CD 1 (77.25)

Recorded from LPs 1931 - 1941 .

††1. N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Song of the Indian Guest ("Sadko").
†††††Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, dir. L. Steinberg. Record 1931

††2. D. Arakishvili. Song Arobschika (Urmuli) ("The Legend of Shota Rustaveli") (Georgians. Lang). Record 1931

††3. D. Arakishvili. In the kingdom of roses and wine, piano S. Matsyushevich. Record 1933

††4. 3. Faliashvili. Malkhaz output ("Daisi"), piano S. Matsyushevich (Georgians. Lang.). Record 1933

††5. 3. Faliashvili. Malkhaz aria ("Daisi"), piano B.Zhilinsky (Georgians. Lang). Record 1935

††6. A. Spendiarov. Ashyg Song ("Almast"). Orchestra of the State Academic Bolshoi Theater of p / u L.Steinberg (violin solo L.Shilo) (Georgians. Lang). Record 1933

††7. Ippolitov-Ivanov (1859-1935). Aria king Irakli ("Betrayal"). Orchestra of the State Academic Bolshoi Theater of p / u M.Ippolitova-Ivanov (Georgians. Lang.). Record 1933

††8. Bizet (1838 - 1875). Nadir's aria ("The Pearl fishers"). Orchestra of the State Academic Bolshoi Theater of p / u Ippolitov-Ivanov. Record 1933

††9. Verdi (1813 - 1901). Aria Duke "Who could kidnap her" ("Rigoletto"). Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, cond. L. Steinberg. Record 1935

10. R. Wagner (1813 -1883). Lohengrin aria ("Lohengrin"). Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, dir. Melik-Pashayev. Record 1935

11. J. Offenbach (1819 -1880). Couplets Hoffmann ("The Tales of Hoffmann"). Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, cond. A. Orlov. Record 1938

12. Offenbach. Arioso Hoffmann ("The Tales of Hoffmann"). Orchestra of the State Academic Bolshoi Theater of p / u L. Piatigorsky. Record 1941

13. Borodin. Aria Vladimir Igorevich ("Prince Igor"). Orchestra of the State Academic Bolshoi Theater of p / u Ippolitov-Ivanov. Record 1933

14. E. Napravnik. Aria Vladimir ("Dubrovsky"). Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, dir. Melik-Pashayev. 3apis 1935

15. Gounod. Cavatina Faust ("Faust"). Leningrad State Philharmonic Orchestra, cond. C. Brog. Record 1940

16. Massenet. Aria Werther ("Werther"). Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, dir. Melik-Pashayev. Record 1935

17-20. R. Schumann (1810 -1856). Four songs on poems by Heinrich Heine translated I.Tyumeneva, piano B.Zhilinsky. Entries 1937

17. Lotus (from the series "Myrtles"), Op. 25 number 7.

18. When it was wonderful in May (from the series "Dichterliebe"), Op. 48 number 1.

19. In my dream I wept bitterly (from the series Dichterliebe"), Op. 48 number 13.

20. From my tears (from the series "Dichterliebe"), Op. 48 number 2.

21. B. Fleece. Lullaby piano B.Zhilinsky. Record 1935

22. Kálmán. Tango (instr. I. Furman). Jazz Orchestra p / u A. Grana. Record 1936

23. R. Frimley - G. Dutkiewicz. Charlie Song ("Love - love always"). Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, cond. S. Sakharov. Record 1940

24. V. Youmans - B. Kaper. Signorina. Processing and technical equipment. G. Dudkevich. Orc. Moscow State Philharmonic p / u S. Sakharov. Record 1940

CD 2 (72.05)

Recording on magnetic tape 1940 - 50s

††1. Verdi (1813-1901). Duke's ballad ("Rigoletto").

††2. Puccini (1858-1924). Cavaradossi's aria ("Tosca").

††3. F. Cilea (1866-1950). Crying Frederick ("L'Arlesienne").

††4. Bizet. Serenade Smith ("Perth Beauty").

††5. N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Song of the Indian Guest ("Sadko").

††6. A. Arensky. Song of the Singer backstage ("Rafael").

††7. Ippolitov-Ivanov. Ole's aria ("Ole the Norseman").

††8. 3. Faliashvili. Malkhaz output ("Daisi") (on gruzin.yaz).

††9. Tchaikovsky. Would like in a single word ... (from Heinrich Heine, ln. L. Mey), Op. 1875

10. Tchaikovsky. Not a word, my friend (lyrics by A. Pleshcheeva) soch.6 number 2

11. Tchaikovsky. I Opened the Window (lyrics KR) soch.63 number 2

12. Tchaikovsky. Again, as before, one (lyrics D.Ratgauza), Op. 73 number 6

13. Rachmaninov. How it hurts me. (w Galina G.)

14. D. Arakishvili. On the hills of Georgia ... (lyrics by A. Pushkin)

15. D. Arakishvili. I'm waiting for you ... (w M. Davydova) (in Georgian.)

16. D. Arakishvili. On the hills of Georgia ... (lyrics by A. Pushkin) (in Georgian.)

17. Indy Mindy (Georgian folk song arr. K. Potskhverashvili)

18. M. Balanchine. Only you look you ... (w G. Abashidze) (Georgian)

19. I. Kargareteli. Oh, pretty baby (old Georgian romance) (Georgians).

20. A. Shaverzashvili. Mountain flowers (Georgians)

21. Bondzhovani. Genatsvale (Neapolitan song with Georgians. I. Grishashvili text)

22. Ch.A. Bixio - E. Misailov. Moonlight serenade

23. L. Maravigliya. Serenade. Arr. Isaacson, cl. B. Dragoon (iz k / f "Songs in the streets")

24. L. Biscardi. Be your only friend. Arr. and words. G. Gnesina

25. E.Talyaferri. warm night

26. Neapolitan song. Dance on!

27. N. Kirkulesku. All the fault of your eyes, Maria!

28. B. Crescenzo. Tarantella (lyrics by B. Ronginskoe)

29. Neapolitan song. Night descended over the sea

30. R. Frimley - G. Dutkiewicz. Charlie Song ("Love - love always")

CD 3 (79.53)

Victor Dolidze 'Keto And Kote' (Montage) Comic Opera

Libretto - V. Dolidze comedy A. Tsagarely "Khanuma" Authors words - B. Ardov, T. Sikorski S. Bolotin Lead - I.Tumanov

Characters:

Keto - Galina Sakharova

Makar - Sergei Gotseridze

Kote - David Badridze

Levan - David Gamrekeli

Saco - Vladimir Kandelaki

Sicko - Lebedev

Matchmaker Barbalha - Zinaida Sokolovskaja

Matchmaker Kabat - Antonina Kleshcheva

Maro - R. Losev

Director - Joseph Tumanov

Soloists of the Bolshoi Theater of the USSR and the All-Union Radio, All-Union Radio Orchestra.

Conductor Alexei Kovalev. Recorded 1948

CD 4 (79.45)

A. Shaverzashvili 'Marine' (Montage) Comic Opera

Libretto by N. Baratashvili Russian text E. Alexandrova

Characters:

Dragonfly Gayane Dolidze

Archil - Alexei Korolev

Ketevan - Olga Osipova

Marine - Claudia Konstantinova

Kokhta - David Badridze

Shota - Yefim Maev

Darejan - Tamara Prevezentseva

1st Girl - Taisa Bondar

2nd Girl - Vera Dracheva

The text read by Bogdanov

Conductor - Onesimus Bron

Recorded 1955

CD 5 (68.15)

Songs of Georgian, Russian, Soviet and Italian composers. Record 1930 50s

††1. D. Arakishvili. Arobnaya (Urmuli) ("The Legend of Shota Rustaveli") (Georgians. Lang.). Record in 1935.

††2. I. Kargareteli. Aragva (folk ballad), piano B. Žilina. Record in 1935.

††3. K. Potskhverashvili. Laale (Georgian song), piano B. Žilina. Record in 1935.

††4. I. Kargareteli. Spring dream. Inst. J. Rogal-Levitsky. Orc. Gosfilmofond p / u S. Sakharov. Record in 1940.

††5. S. Tsintsadze. Love song. State. symphony. Orchestra of the USSR State Committee for Cinematography. Record in 1950.

††6. N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Song of the Indian Guest ("Sadko"). Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, cond. Melik-Pashayev. Record in 1935.

††7. V. Muradeli. On the Moscow-Volga Canal, piano E. Sienkiewicz. Record in 1938.

††8. V. Muradeli. Four comrades, piano E. Sienkiewicz. Record in 1938.

††9. M.Lalinov. Favorite. Inst. J. Rogal-Levitsky. Orchestra of Moscow. State Philharmonic, cond. S. Sakharov. Record in 1940.

10. 3. Kampaneyts. Spring sailor Instr. I. Furman. Orc. Mosk. State Philharmonic p / u S. Sakharov. Record in 1940.

11. E. Abrahamian. The road to Moscow. State. symphony. Orchestra of the USSR State Committee for Cinematography. Record in 1950.

12. Bondzhovani. Genatsvale, piano B. Žilina. Record in 1935.

13. R. Frimley - G. Dutkiewicz. Charlie Song ("Love - love always"), piano Davydov. Record in 1940.

14. X. Padilla. Printsessita, piano Davydov. Record in 1940.

15. V. Youmans and B. Kaper. Signorina. Arr. G. Dudkevich, piano Davydov. Record in 1940.

16. E. Curtis. My Carmela (Neapolitan song). Inst. I. Furman. Jazz Orchestra p / u A. Grana. Record in 1936

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Verdi's "La Traviata"

17. Fragment third act of the opera

Characters:

Violetta Valery - Gayane Dolidze.

Alfredo Germont - David Badridze

Giorgio Germont, his father - Peter Amiranashvili

Conductor - Givi Azmayparashvili

Recorded live from the Tbilisi State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre. 3. Faliashvili April 5, 1962

Fragment of the documentary record of the celebrations dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the People's Artist of the GSPC, USSR State Prize winner, Professor David G. Badridze. State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre. Z.Paliashvili. Tbilisi. 1979

18. Greeting People's Artist Tamara Papitashvili GSPC.

19. Greeting People's Artist of the USSR Natalia Burmistrova.

In performance of DG Badridze :

20. D. Arakishvili. Arobnaya ("The Legend of Shota Rustaveli"), piano S. Kamoeva.

21. Ippolitov-Ivanov. Ole aria ("Ole from Nordpanda"), piano S. Kamoeva.

22. Georgian romance, piano S. Kamoeva.

23. K. Potskhverashvili. Laale, piano S. Kamoeva.

6. DVD

Excerpts from the concert film "The Shield of Jurgai" (the film also stars Mikhail Grishko and David Gamrekeli)

Directed by: J. and S. Rondel Dolidze scenario poet G. Leonidze. Tbilisi studio. 1944