Text of poems in Ukrainian and English in booklet (8 p.) inserted in original container.
Copyright date on notes booklet is 1962.
Readers include Natalia Uzhvy, Dmitri Antonovich, Ivan Marianenko, and Victor Dobrovolsky. Side two includes the choir and symphony of Kiev Radio, Konstantin Simonenko, conductor, with Lilla Lobanova as Katerina.
Related materials may be found in the Moses and Frances Asch Collection, also held by this repository. Related materials may include correspondence between the studio, producers, and/or performers; original cover art designs; original production materials; business records; and audiotapes from studio production.
101. Teche Voda (The Water Flows) / read by Natalia Uzhvy
102. Postavlyu Khatu I Kimnatu (I'll Build a House) / read by Dmitri Antonovich
103. Meni Trinadtsyati Minalo (I Was Thirteen) / read by Ivan Marianenko
104. Yakbi Znali Panichi (If You But Knew) / read by Ivan Marianenko
105. Svite Yasny (Bright World) / read by Victor Dobrovolsky
106. I Veris Va Na Chuzhyni (And I Grew Up in a Strange Land) / read by Victor Dobrovolsky
107. I Zolotoyi I Dorohoyi (Golden and Dear) / read by Victor Dobrovolsky
108. Minayut Dni, Minayut Nochi (The Days Go By) / read by Victor Dobrovolsky
109. Dumi Moyi (Thoughts of Mine) / read by Victor Dobrovolsky
110. Meni Odnakovo (It's All the Same to Me) / Victor Dobrovolsky
111. Meni Zdayetsya (It Seems to Me) / Sokirko
201. Entr'acte and Excerpt from Act 3 of the Opera: Katerina / music by Arkas; based on the poem by Shevchenko; performed by Lilla Lobanova as Katerina, choir and symphony orchestra of Radio Kiev, Konstantin Simonenko, conductor
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