Barbra Streisand collected her 10th No. 1 album last week, and made history by becoming the first performer to score a chart-topper in each of the last six decades.

The 72-year-old pop diva’s Columbia duets set “Partners” bowed at the top with first-week sales of 196,000, according to Nielsen SoundScan data for the week ending Sept. 21. The collection pairs her with such stars as Stevie Wonder, Blake Shelton, Billy Joel, Andrea Bocelli, and, electronically, the late Elvis Presley. Streisand promoted the release with TV appearances that included her first shot on “The Tonight Show” since 1963, the year her album “People” reached No. 1.

“People” was succeeded at the pinnacle by Streisand’s studio sets “The Way We Were” (1974), “Guilty” (1980), “The Broadway Album” (1985), “Back to Broadway” (1993), “Higher Ground” (1997) and “Love is the Answer” (2009), plus the compilation “Barbra Streisand’s Greatest Hits Vol. 2” (1978) and the soundtrack for “A Star is Born” (1976).

Six other new releases entered the top 10. R&B singer Chris Brown’s “X” (RCA) arrived at No. 2, moving 146,000. The trouble-plagued vocalist’s latest succeeded two No. 1 sets, “Fortune” (2012) and “F.A.M.E.” (2011), though the present release outdid the former album’s first-week total of 135,000.

A pair of country sets, Tim McGraw’s “Sundown Heaven Town” (Big Machine) and George Strait’s “The Cowboy Rides Away: Live From AT&T Stadium” (MCA Nashville), entered respectively at No. 3 (with 71,000 sold) and No. 4 (with 51,000 sold). McGraw sees the lowest chart position for a studio album since 1995’s “All I Want,” which peaked at No. 4; since then, all his albums have reached No. 1 or No. 2.  A star since the early ‘80s, Strait — who has logged 14 previous top-10 albums — wrapped up his retirement tour with a date at the titular Texas stadium.

Train’s “Bulletproof Picasso” (Columbia) boarded at No. 5 with 50,000 shifted. The San Francisco rock band entered just shy of its personal best: The group’s last album, 2012’s “California 37,” entered at No. 4 with 76,000 sold.

Metal act Motionless in White reaped their first top 10 album with “Reincarnate” (Fearless), which settled in at No. 9 with a 31,000-unit score. The Pennsylvania quintet’s previous peak came in 2012, when “Infamous” topped out at No. 53.

Former Guns N’ Roses and Velvet Revolver guitarist Slash’s “World On Fire” (Caroline), a collaboration with Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators, closed out the top 10 at No. 10 with 29,000 sold. His previous solo outings, “Slash” (2010) and “Apocalyptic Love” (2012), peaked at No. 3 and No. 4, respectively.

In its 78th chart week, OneRepublic’s “Native” (Interscope) made a 51-slot leap to No. 6, pushed to sales of 49,000 (up a whopping 840%) by a Google Play 99-cent sale.

The week’s top-10 holdovers included Maroon 5’s “V” (No. 7, 34,000 sold, down 57%) and Lecrae’s “Anomaly” (No. 8, 31,000, off 65%).

Next week’s debuts will include the new standards collaboration by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga and the 13th studio album by singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen.