Discography

 

2001-2
Gusli Players Ensemble Svetoch 2001
Celebrating 10 years on stage
  1. Duma O Yaroslavne (Thoughts About Yaroslavna). D.Lokshin.
  2. Na Gore-to Kalina (There’s A Snowball Tree On A Hill). Russian folk song variations.
  3. Two carols, 6th and 12th centuries.
  4. Polonaise. Alexander and Elizabeth, you enrapture us!
  5. Venok Bylin (Saga Anadem).
  6. Polka. A.Borodin.
  7. Muzykalnaya Tabakerka (Musical Snuffbox). A.Lyadov.
  8. The Kamarinskaya. Russian folk song variations.
  9. Saratov Plunk. Saratov accordion tunes.
  10. Na Semi Kholmakh (On Seven Hills). A song about Moscow. A.Dunayevskaya. V.Ovsyannikov, vocals.
  11. Sokolinaya Gora (Falcon Mountain). A.Dunayevskaya. V.Ovsyannikov, vocals.
  12. Canticle. Feofan Prokopovitch (1681-1736), associate of Peter I. O.Kozlova, vocals. 
2003-1
Svetoch 2003
  1. Duma O Yaroslavne (Thoughts About Yaroslavna). D.Lokshin.
  2. Na Gore-to Kalina (There’s A Snowball Tree On A Hill). Russian folk song variations.
  3. Vniz Po Volge-Reke (Down The Volga River). Adaptation by N.Kouznetsov.
  4. Two carols, 6th and 12th centuries.
  5. Polonaise. Alexander and Elizabeth, you enrapture us! E.Kamarnitskaya, gusli solo.
  6. Venok Bylin (Saga Anadem). D.Prosvirin, flat bells solo.
  7. Polka. A.Borodin.
  8. Muzykalnaya Tabakerka (Musical Snuffbox). A.Lyadov.
  9. The Kamarinskaya. Russian folk song variations.
  10. Akh, Ty, Step’ Shirokaya (Oh, Thou, Wide Steppe). Globular flute quartet. Rudakova, Kamarnitskaya, Zimakov, Suvorov.
  11. V Lesu Kanareika (A Canary In The Woods). E.Kamarnitskaya, globular flute solo.
  12. Step’ Da Step’ Krugom (Steppe and Steppe is all Around). Yu.Suvorov, musical saw solo, P.Eryomina, N.Khmelevskaya, keyboard and plucked gusli duet.
  13. Saratov Plunk. Saratov accordion tunes.
2004-1
Olga Kozlova and the Gusli Players Ensemble Svetoch 2004
  1. Terentiy I Skomorokhi (Terentiy And The Skomorokhs). Skomorokh song, 11th century.
  2. Na Okoshke Dva Tsvetochka (Two Little Flowers On The Window Sill). Chastushkas from the repertoire of O.Kovalyova. 19th century.
  3. Canticle. Feofan Prokopovitch (1681-1736), associate of Peter I. O.Kozlova, vocals.
  4. Oy, Ty, Vishenka! (Oh, Thou, Little Cherry!) Traditional Russian folk song.
  5. Preobrazhenskoye selo (Preobrazhenskoye village). A.Dunaevskaya. Soldiers song, 1682.
  6. Romance. Afanasy Fet. 19th century.
  7. Severnaya Bylina (Northern Bylina). 13th century.
  8. Kanareika (Canary). Traditional Russian folk song.
  9. Terskiye Chastushki (The Terek Chastushkas). Terek Cossacks. 16th century.
1994-1

Olga Kozlova and Zlataya Rus ensemble 1994

Digitized and published in 2012.

  1. Oy, Ty, Vishenka! (Oh, Thou, Little Cherry!)
  2. Rasti, Moya Kalinushka (Grow Up, My Little Snowball Tree).
  3. Tarantasik (A Little Tarantas).
  4. Pod Lesom (Under The Trees). A cappella. A wedding ritual.
  5. Gukalnaya. Devchyonochka Po Gayu Khodila (Cooing Song. A girl went walking in a grove).
  6. Tityarok (Little Black Cock). A cappella.
  7. Po Ulitse (Along The Street). A wedding song.
  8. S Po-Nad Gorochkoy (Up And Over The Little Hill).
  9. Travyshka (Little Grass).
  10. Banya (A Steam Bath).
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Olga Koslowa Russische party 2010 – 2012
Dance Remix Collection.
  1. Kalinka (Snowball Tree).
  2. Moscow Nights.
  3. Valenki (Felt Boots).
  4. Polyushko-pole (Filed, Little Field).
  5. Kadril (Quadrille).
  6. A Sneg Idet (And It Snows).
  7. Katyusha.
  8. Sasha.
  9. Vsyo chto bylo (All That Happened).
  10. Lyobov Moya (My Love).
  11. Yablochko (Little Apple).
  12. Kalinka (Snowball Tree).
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Sokolinaya Gora (Falcon Mountain).
Anthem of Sokolinaya Gora District,
East Administrative Okrug of Moscow.
With soloists.

 

  1. Vasiliy Ovsyannikov. 1995
  2. Olga Kozlova. Autoradio radio station. 2005
  3. Olga Kozlova And Children’s Choir. 2012
  4. The Autoradio Version Karaoke.
  5. The Children’s Choir Version Karaoke.
  6. The 2012 Version Karaoke.