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POLYPHONY
Post Office Box #515
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
FAX #847-831-5577
E-Mail: POLYPHONY2@AOL.COM
Website: http://www.polyphonyrecordings.com
Lawrence H. Jones, Proprietor
Auction Catalog #138
[Closing: Noon, Central Standard Time; Wednesday, November 5th, 2014]
Dear Fellow Record Collectors WELCOME TO THE ONLINE VERSION
OF POLYPHONY’S AUCTION CATALOG #138!
All items are offered at auction; the minimum acceptable bid for each is shown at the end
of its listing. The deadline for receipt of bids is Noon, Central Standard Time; Wednesday,
November 5th, 2014.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR ONLINE: The internet version is essentially the same as the
print version which is sent worldwide except that no bidsheet is provided, since all you really need
to do is send me an e-mail with careful notation of your bids and the lot numbers of the items in
which you are interested. A brief description of the item helps in case of mis-readings of lot
numbers. If you are a new bidder and I do not have your physical address, obviously I will need
it. And if you wish to authorize me to charge your winnings to a Visa, Mastercard or American
Express card which I do not already have on file, I do not suggest that you send this information
via e-mail since it is not very secure. You are welcome to quote an account number for me via
the phone/FAX number or via the physical address shown above – or you may wait for me to
send you a copy of your invoice and quote the account number by return mail. If you have
questions, by all means e-mail me at the address above! SEE PAGE 5 FOR TABLE OF
CONTENTS, PAGE 4 FOR ABBREVIATIONS, PAGE 3 FOR CONDITION GRADING.
For those of you receiving one of my catalogs for the first time, here are a few comments about
the contents and their arrangement. Headers at the start of each section and page let you know
what is there. A listing is mono unless an asterisk or plus-sign appears at the start of the entry to
indicate either true stereo (*) or electronic stereo (+). Listings are categorized according to what I
judge is the primary feature of interest of a given item. Unusual works and those with many
artists (i.e. opera) are listed alphabetically by composer in repertoire sections. Familiar repertoire
is usually listed by performer in an artist section. There are also sections (mostly of audiophile
interest) where material is listed by particular labels. I suggest browsing all sections!
I do some cross-referencing of artists, but you can use your computer to do any searches you like!
If you need more information, just contact me by letter, FAX, or E-mail.
All items are offered at auction; the minimum bid for each is shown at the end of its listing.
Deadline for receipt of bids is Wednesday, November 5th, 2014; Noon, Central Standard
Time.
Auction Procedures
First of all, relax! Because this is an auction rather than a fixed-price catalog, there is no need to
rush to get ahead of other collectors. You should receive this catalog with at least a week to
browse before having to send bids. If you did not receive your catalog in a timely manner, let me
know so that I can try to remedy the problem in the future. This is a traditional blind auction: no
"topping" bids are allowed, nor is information regarding the status of bids available to anyone
before the auction's close, when your invoice will show your winning bids and the amount of the
winning bid for any item upon which your bid was not successful.
Bids must be received by noon on Wednesday, November 5th. Polyphony's FAX number is:
847-831-5577. You may send E-mail to POLYPHONY2@AOL.COM (note the 2 in that
address!) [E-mail is the ideal way to submit bids since I will generally acknowledge receipt
within a few hours, and any questions which may arise can be addressed quickly and easily.]
In case of ties, the earliest bid will be the winner. Send no money until you are notified of your
winning bids (invoices are sent within a couple of days of the close, and all bidders are notified even those with no winnings).
Winning bidders must send payment in full or deposit (see below) within 4 weeks. Orders paid by
money order (or personal check from established customers) will be shipped within a day or two
of receipt of payment. Personal checks on an individual's first order or two may require 2 weeks
to clear. Foreign customers should make payment in U.S. dollars, payable through a U.S. bank.
Foreign postal money orders denominated in U.S. dollars are also acceptable, as are wire
transfers. Payment is also accepted through Visa, Mastercard, American Express & PayPal.
Or you may pre-authorize credit card payment as discussed above.
Shipping and packing charges (with insurance) for U.S. orders are added at the rate of $7.50 for
the first 3 LP's, tapes, or CD’s, and $.50 for each additional. Orders including books or 78's will
have shipping charges computed individually, since larger boxes, more packing material, and
greater weights are involved. Similarly, shipments of CD’s alone will cost a little less. Rates for
foreign shipments by insured air mail (surface mail is no longer available as of May 2007) now
$24.00 for the first LP or tape, and $4.00 for each additional. Canadian insured air mail rates are
$21.00 (1st 3 items); $3.00 (each additional).
I will reserve records for 6 months for a deposit of 10% of the invoice amount. Please understand
that deposits are not refundable should you fail to remit the balance on time, nor does forfeiture of
a deposit eliminate responsibility to make good on bids: individuals who do not honor their bids
do not receive further catalogs.
Changes in standing bids (increases or decreases in amounts offered; additions to or withdrawals
of bids) are accepted if I receive them by the auction's deadline. I expect bidders to make good
on the offers standing on that date. If you wish to bid on more items than you can afford, please
prioritize your bids and indicate the total that you can spend. I will run down your winning bids,
stop at your limit, and bill you only for those.
Condition Grading
Grading used records is difficult since a subjective element is always present and variations in
equipment will cause differences in sound. My method: each disc is examined visually to note
marks which may be audible. Such defects are auditioned and, in any case, each record is spotchecked in several places on both sides for surface noise and other defects which are not visible.
Records are then graded by as follows:
FS
-
Factory-sealed
A
Records in the general category of A are in excellent condition. A
record graded A- will be virtually perfect, but may have an occasional very light tick or
slight noise in quiet passages: A- is my typical grade for a domestically-pressed disc which
appears mint; it corresponds to the oft-used term "near-mint;" "A- to A" is used for the best
foreign pressings and occasionally for unusually fine American ones.
B
Records in the general category of B are in good condition. They will
have no serious scratches and will not suffer from breakup of the musical sound. A record
graded B+ will have no scratches and only minor surface noise. A grade of B or Bindicates greater degrees of noise and may also involve light blemishes or scratches, but the
degree of defect will not impair enjoyment of the music to a great extent.
C
D
-
These records are in fair condition. They will be playable, but noisy.
-
These records are in poor condition; perhaps unplayable.
If isolated portions of a disc sound worse than the grade indicates, specific flaws are noted in
detail. A slash mark between grades indicates differences between sections of the disc, generally
between sides. Mono discs are graded with the amplifier in mono mode.
Please bear two things in mind about my grading: First, because it is based on audition (rather
than only visual inspection) it tells you not only how a record looks, but how it sounds: it is a
rating not only of how well the record has been cared for but how well it was pressed to begin
with. Second, the grade is assigned without regard for a record's age. A disc pressed in the
1950's and graded B+ is probably an excellent or mint copy of a typical pressing from that era. I
try to be conservative in my grading, but if you receive a record which you feel is in condition
inferior to its grade, you may return it within two weeks for full refund of its cost.
Happy Browsing!!!
-- Larry Jones
Abbreviations
(Record labels are often abbreviated: Col = Columbia; West = Westminster; etc.)
AAM = Academy of Ancient Music
ASCR = Accademia Santa Cecilia, Rome
ASMF = Acad, St. Martin-in-the-Fields
ACO = Amsterdam Concertgebouw
BPS = Boston Pops
BSO = Boston Symphony Orchestra
BSOO = Berlin State Opera Orch
BVRS = Bavarian Radio Orchestra
CO = Cleveland Orchestra
CPO = Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
CSO = Chicago Symphony Orchestra
DSO = Detroit Symphony Orchestra
ECO = English Chamber Orchestra
ERSO = Eastman-Rochester Sym Orch
EWE = Eastman Wind Ensemble
LAPO = Los Angeles Philharmonic
LPO = London Philharmonic Orchestra
LSO = London Symphony Orchestra
MMF = Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
Mpls = Minneapolis or Minnesota Orch
NDR = North German Radio Orch
NPO = New Philharmonia Orchestra
NYP = New York Philharmonic
ORTF = French National Radio-TV Orch
OSR = Orchestre de la Suisse Romande
PCO = Paris Conservatory Orchestra
Phila = Philadelphia Orchestra
PO
= Philharmonia Orchestra
PSO = Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
PSOL = Philharmonic Sym Orch London
ROHCG = Royal Opera, Covent Garden
RPO
= Royal Philharmonic
SFSO = San Francisco Symphony Orch
SWDR = Southwest German Radio Orch
VPO
= Vienna Philharmonic
VSO
= Vienna Symphony
VSOO = Vienna State Opera Orchestra
bbl = bubble
beg = beginning
bl cov = blank cover
blem = blemish
c/c = cover punched or cut on corner or
edge
ch = chamber
cho = choir or chorus
cov dam = cover damage
dig = digital
drm = digitally remastered
ens = ensemble
exc = excerpts
fr = from
inc = includes
lgt or lt = light
mod = moderate
nse = noise
occ = occasional
op = opera
ov = overture
pres = pressing
rec = recorded
scr = scratch
sd = side
sec = seconds
snd = sound
s/s = 1-in sticker neatly around lower spine
sur = surface
tk = tick
* = recording is in true stereo
+ = recording is in electronic stereo
For pressing codes [in brackets] in audiophile sections, see header for that section.
A few other sections have their
own abbreviations; some are repeated here:
D = Dolby (tapes)
BC = Barclay Crocker issue (tapes)
NL = no libretto (opera/choral repertoire)
Table of Contents
[by listing number]
Format
Category
Open-Reel Tapes:
Operas; Vocalists………...……..………………………… #
Londons; RCA's; Misc Audiophile…………………...…… #
Orchestral/Instrumental; Collections……………...………. #
Pianists; Organ; Conductors……………...……................... #
Film & Musicals…………………….. …………...………... #
LP’s:
Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire, Collections.……..….. #
75 - 415
Vocalists…………………………………………….……... #
416 - 736
Audiophile & Special Labels…..…………………………... #
737 - 1161
Angels…………………..
# 738 - 754
Londons ………………..
# 756 - 850
Mercuries….……………
# 851 - 898
RCA's…..……………….
# 899 - 1128
Misc……………………..
# 1129 - 1161
Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire………..…………...… # 1162 - 1331
Chamber Music & Collections………………………...…. # 1332 - 1405
Clarinet; Flute; Oboe; Violin………….………….…..…….. # 1406 - 1500
Harpsichord; Cello; Viola; Guitar………………………….. # 1501 - 1547
Piano & Organ..………….……………………….……….. # 1548 - 1683
Conductors …………………….……………….………… # 1684 - 1965
Listings begin on the next page >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Listing Numbers
1
19
41
53
70
-
18
40
52
69
74
Open Reel Pre-Recorded Tapes
I have not auditioned all of the tapes below, but those to which I have listened are in excellent condition, and all
are so guaranteed (understanding that early 2-track tapes are delicate and require very careful handling). When a
listing contains more music than would fit on a single LP, I have indicated the LP equivalent in parentheses as I
do with the record listings; I am no longer counting the reels also. Tapes are 7 1/2 ips, 4-Track, non-Dolby and
include libretti for vocal works unless otherwise indicated. With some of the rarer Barclay-Crocker issues I have
placed a number at the end of the listing indicating the total number of copies of the tape ever made. In one of
their last flyers, BC published these numbers to give an idea of which items were particularly scarce. With some
of the "audiophile" material I have noted reviews or comments I have found of a tape's LP counterpart (or the
tape itself) in The Absolute Sound by the letters TAS followed by issue number, colon, page number (i.e.
58:139). The following codes also apply:
3 3/4 = 3 3/4 ips
D = Dolby
NL = No Libretto
BC = Barclay Crocker issue
Open Reel's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire
1.*BERNSTEIN: Mass. Alan Titus; Bernstein/Misc artists. Col MRX-31008(2). FS ................................... 20.00
2.*BRAHMS: German Requiem. Janowitz; Waechter; Karajan/BPO; Wiener Singverein. Also Haydn Variations (Karajan/BPO). DGG DGP-8928(2). ................................................................ 20.00
3.*HUMPERDINCK: Hansel & Gretel. Von Stade; Cotrubas; Ludwig; Te Kanawa; Soderstrom;
Welting; Nimsgern; Pritchard/Gurzenich Orch. [NL] Col R11/2-7051(2). ..................................... 8.00
4.*JANACEK: Glagolitic Mass. Lear; Rossel-Majdan; Haefliger; Crass; Kubelik/BVRS. DGG DGC8954. .............................................................................................................................................. 11.00
5.*PUCCINI: Madama Butterfly. Tebaldi; Bergonzi; Cossotto; Sordello; Mercuriali; Serafin/ASCR.
London LOR-90010(3). (includes libretto) ..................................................................................... 18.00
6.*PUCCINI: Suor Angelica. Tebaldi; Simionato; Danieli; Pace; Gardelli/Maggio Musicale
Fiorentino. London LOL-90053. (FFST spine; includes libretto) ................................................... 11.00
7.*PURCELL: Dido & Aeneas. Thomas; Sheppard; Bevan; Watts; Tear; Deller/Oriana Concert Choir
& Orch. Vanguard VTC-1692. ...................................................................................................... 11.00
8.*STRAVINSKY: L'Histoire du Soldat (complete). Cocteau; Ustinov; Fertey;
Markevitch/Instrumental Ens. Philips PTC-900046. .................................................................... 23.00
Open Reel's: Operatic & Choral Highlights
9.*DONIZETTI: Lucia di Lammermoor (highlights). Sutherland; Merrill; Siepi; Pritchard/ASCR.
[first copy I've ever seen!] London LOL-90051. (minor box damage & neat Scotch tape repair) ..... 12.00
10.*HANDEL: Messiah (excerpts). Sutherland; Bumbry; McKellar; Ward; Boult/LSO & Cho. London
LOL-90072. (FFST spine) .............................................................................................................. 11.00
11.*HINDEMITH: Mathis der Maler (excerpts). Lorengar; Fischer-Dieskau; Grobe; Ludwig/Berlin
Radio Orch. DGG DGC-8769. (spine has neat embossing-tape label) .............................................. 8.00
12.*PUCCINI: Tosca (exc). Callas; Bergonzi; Gobbi; Pretre/PCO; Cho. Angel L-36326. ........................ 10.00
13.*STRAUSS: Rosenkavalier (4 Scenes). Crespin; Soderstrom; Gueden; Varviso/VPO. London LOL90094. ............................................................................................................................................ 11.00
Open Reel's: Vocalists
14.*DE LOS ANGELES: Songs of Catalonia (Mompou, Rodrigo, Toldra; Folksongs). RosMarba/Orquesta Ciudad de Barcelona; Lamoureux Orch. Angel L-36682. .............................. 11.00
15.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Mahler - Kindertotenlieder; Four Ruckert Lieder. Bohm/BPO. DGG C8879. .............................................................................................................................................. 11.00
16.*SOUZAY: Schubert Songs (14). Dalton Baldwin, piano. Philips PT-900-007. ................................... 13.00
17.*SUTHERLAND: "Command Performance." Arias - Oberon; Cid; Dinorah; Pag; Masnadieri; Luisa;
Cambiale; Beatrice di Tenda; Bohemian Girl; Maritana; Martha. Songs - Benedict; Arditi(2);
Tosti(2); Leoncavallo; Bishop(2). Bonynge/LSO & Cho. London LOH-90063(2). .......................... 6.00
18.*SUTHERLAND: Arias from Handel's Julius Caesar. Elkins; Horne; Sinclair; Conrad;
Bonynge/London New Sym. London LOL-90087. ....................................................................... 11.00
Open Reel's: Londons
19.*1R1-7041: HOLST - The Planets. Solti/LPO (with "Ladies of the London Philharmonic Choir" in
Neptune). [Mallinson; Wilkinson & Pinder] (original tape on replacement reel) ...............................
20.*LCK-80181(2): BACH - The Art of Fugue. Munchinger/Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra. ................
21.*LCL-80019: TCHAIKOVSKY - 1812 Overture; Capriccio Italien. Alwyn/LSO; Grenadier Guards
Band. (blue-spined FFST box; minor box dam) ..............................................................................
22.*LCL-80083: MENDELSSOHN - Symphony #3; Hebrides Overture. Maag/LSO. [Classic!] [TAS
98:125] [FFST] (slight box scuffs) ..................................................................................................
23.*LCL-80103: BRUCKNER - Symphony #5. Knappertsbusch/VPO. [FFST] (blue-spined FFST box) .
24.*LCL-80196: BARTOK - Piano Concerto #3. RAVEL - Concerto in G. Katchen; Kertesz/LSO.
[Very fine performances & recording - and scarce! My last copy sold in 1995!] ..............................
25.*LOG-80035(3): TCHAIKOVSKY - Sleeping Beauty (complete). Ansermet/OSR. [FFST] (two
individual boxes in slipcase; inc insert) ............................................................................................
12.00
18.00
12.00
45.00
35.00
14.00
35.00
Open Reel's: London Phase-4 Stereo
26.*1R1-6838: SMETANA - Moldau. SIBELIUS - Finlandia. IVES - Variations on America.
VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - English Folk Song Suite. DVORAK - Slavonic Dance #1.
Fiedler/BPS. [This is only the second copy I've ever seen of this, the last one having been sold in
1996. I have NEVER had a copy of it in its LP incarnation.] ...........................................................
27.*L-475061: FRANCK - Symphony. RAVEL - Fanfare from l'Eventail de Jeanne.
Stokowski/Hilversum Radio Orch. [D] [TAS 37:143] .................................................................
28.*LC-75011: OFFENBACH - Gaite Parisienne. Munch/NPO. [TAS 39:132] ........................................
29.*LCL-75017: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #5. Stokowski/NPO. ......................................................
23.00
14.00
16.00
14.00
Open Reel's: RCA's
30.*FTC-2032: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #5; Coriolan Overture. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Wells] ..............
31.*FTC-2043: TCHAIKOVSKY - Piano Concerto #1. Cliburn; Kondrashin/Orch. [Pfeiffer;
Crawford] (INSERT AUTOGRAPHED BY CLIBURN)................................................................
32.*FTC-2172: RODRIGO - Concierto de Aranjuez (Davis/Melos Ch Orch). VIVALDI - Concerto for
Lute & Strings. BRITTEN - Courtly Dances from "Gloriana." Bream/Bream Consort..................
33.*FTC-2218: BRAHMS Liebeslieder Waltzes. Endich; Kopleff; McCoy; Uppman; Shaw Cho. [Habig;
Keville] ..........................................................................................................................................
41.00
45.00
18.00
11.00
Open Reel's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label
34.*COMMAND 4T-11006: RACHMANINOFF - Symphony #2. Steinberg/Pittsburgh. [35mm film
recording].......................................................................................................................................
35.*COMMAND RS-4T-843: RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN - Carousel (selections). Peters; Drake;
Treigle; Turner; Venora; Crain; Blackton/Orch & Cho. [35 mm film; Robert Fine, engineer] ........
36.*EPIC EC-806: DVORAK - Symphony #8. Szell/CO. [recorded Oct/Nov 1958] ..................................
37.*EPIC EC-828: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #3. Fleisher; Szell/CO. [Orig 7 1/2 ips issue] ...........
38.*EPIC EC-829: SCHUMANN - Symphony #2. Szell/CO. [original 7 1/2 ips issue]...............................
39.*EVEREST STBR-3006: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Symphony #9. Boult/LPO. [First recording of
the work, made the day VW died] ..................................................................................................
40.*EVEREST STBR-3007: SHOSTAKOVICH - Symphony #6. Boult/LPO...........................................
16.00
11.00
16.00
14.00
14.00
18.00
18.00
Open Reel's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire
41.*BACH: The Well-Tempered Clavier, Volume 1. Ralph Kirkpatrick, harpsichord. DGG DGP8844(2). ......................................................................................................................................... 18.00
42.*BERNSTEIN: On the Waterfront Suite; West Side Story Symphonic Dances. Bernstein/NYP. Col
MQ-402. ........................................................................................................................................ 13.00
43.*BERNSTEIN: Fancy Free Ballet; Candide Overture; Three Episodes from "On the Town" (all with
NYP); Prelude, Fugue & Riffs (Benny Goodman; Columbia Jazz Combo). Composer
conducts in all. Col MQ-698. .......................................................................................................... 14.00
44.*CHAVEZ: Piano Concerto. Eugene List; Composer/VSOO. Westminster WST-171. (slight box
damage) ......................................................................................................................................... 18.00
45.*ERPA-3061-C: PROKOFIEV - Symphony #2; Lt. Kije Suite. David Clatworthy (baritone, in Kije,
singing the usual trombone solo); Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Salvatore] ............................................ 16.00
46.*FALLA: The 3-Cornered Hat (complete). De Los Angeles; Fruhbeck de Burgos/PO. Angel ZS36235. .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
47.*NIELSEN: Flute Concerto (Baker); Clarinet Concerto (Drucker). Bernstein/NYP. Col MQ-941...... 12.00
48.*STRAVINSKY: Petroushka. Composer/Col Sym Col MQ-474. ........................................................ 12.00
49.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Ballet Music from the Operas. Philips G-9500 508. ................................................ 16.00
50.*VIVALDI: The Four Seasons. Stern/Jerusalem Music Center Ch Orch. Col 1R1-6877................... 11.00
Open Reel's: Collections
51.*GREATEST HITS OF 1721: Works of Bach(3); Vivaldi(3); Clarke; Corelli; Marcello; Handel;
Martini. Kapp/Philharmonia Virtuosi of NY. Col 1R1-7104. ...................................................... 11.00
52.*SYMPHONY OF THE AIR: Nutcracker Suite, Roman Carnival & Meistersinger Overtures. [NBC
Symphony post-Toscanini; recorded in Carnegie Hall w/o conductor] Concertapes 4T-4002. (1st
copy I've ever seen!) ....................................................................................................................... 18.00
Open Reel's: Pianists
53.*FRANTZ: Dvorak Concerto. Bernstein/NYP. Col 1R1-6484. ............................................................ 11.00
54.*KATIN: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Cundell/London New Sym. Richmond RDE-40003. (1st copy
I've seen!) ....................................................................................................................................... 11.00
55.*WATTS: Tchaikovsky - Concerto #1. Bernstein/NYP. Col 1R1-6391. ............................................... 11.00
Open Reel's: Organ
56.*BIGGS: Bach - Prelude & Fugue ("St. Anne"); Pastorale in F; Prelude & Fugue in a; Chorale Prel Schmucke Dich; Toccata in F. Flentrop Organ, Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard. Col MQ-740.
(slight box scuffs) ........................................................................................................................... 11.00
57.*CHORZEMPA: Bach - Passacaglia & Fugue in c; Toccata & Fugue in d; Preludes & Fugues in D &
a. Organ of Our Lady, Breda. Philips L-45214. ............................................................................... 11.00
Open Reel's: Conductors
58.*BERNSTEIN: "Age of Gold" - Dance of the Tumblers; Sleeping Beauty Waltz; Steppes of Central
Asia; Exc from Lt. Kije & Eugen Onegin; Russian Sailors' Dance; 4 more. NYP. Col 1R1-6518. ....
59.*BERNSTEIN: Grofe - Grand Canyon. NYP. Col MQ-639. (Why is this scarce? Only my second
copy ever.) .....................................................................................................................................
60.*BERNSTEIN: Haydn - Symphony #101 & #103. NYP. Col 1R1-6406. ..............................................
61.*BERNSTEIN: Strauss (J) - Tales from the Vienna Woods; Roses from the South; Gypsy Baron &
Fledermaus Overtures. NYP. Col 1R1-6559. ..................................................................................
62.*BERNSTEIN: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. NYP. Col 1R1-6495. .....................................................
63.*BOULT: Beethoven - Symphony #3. LPO. Audio Spectrum AST-311. ..............................................
64.*KARAJAN: Beethoven - Symphony #8 & #9. Janowitz; Rossel-Majdan; Kmentt; Berry; BPO;
Vienna Singverein. [double-play reel in oversized slipcase] DGG DGP-8807(2). ..........................
65.*MEHTA: Brahms - Symphony #2. NYP. Col 1R1-6956. .....................................................................
66.*MEHTA: Stravinsky - The Rite of Spring. NYP. Col 1R1-6750. .........................................................
67.*STEINBERG: Holst - The Planets. BSO; NEC Cho. [oddly scarce - my last copy sold in 1998!]
DGG L-3102. .................................................................................................................................
68.*SZELL: Beethoven Overtures - Leonores #1-#3; Fidelio. CO. Col MQ-963. .......................................
69.*WALTER: Brahms - Symphony #3; Haydn Variations. CO. Col MQ-371. (minor box scuffs) .............
11.00
18.00
11.00
11.00
11.00
14.00
25.00
11.00
11.00
16.00
11.00
14.00
Open Reel's: Film Music
70.*A MAN AND A WOMAN: (Francis Lai). United Art UAC-5147. ..................................................... 12.00
Open Reel's: Musicals - Original Cast
71.*HELLO, DOLLY!: (Herman; Stewart). Broadway Cast - Channing et. al. RCA FTO-5028. ..................
72.*NO, NO, NANETTE: (Youmans; Caesar & Harbach). Busby Berkeley production with Ruby Keeler
et al. Col SR-30563. (c/c) .................................................................................................................
73.*OLIVER!: Original Broadway Cast. [Linhart & Gerhardt; Hassinger] RCA FTO-5017. .........................
74.*THE SOUND OF MUSIC: (Rodgers & Hammerstein). Col OQ-311. .................................................
Listings of Long-Playing Records begin on the next page 
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LONG-PLAYING RECORDS
That's it for the tapes: the rest of the catalog is devoted to LP's.
LP's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire
Operatic and choral listings include libretti unless noted NL for "No Libretto."
75. BACH: (J.C.): Dies Irae. Rizzoli; Garazioti; Munteanu; Gaetani; Maghini/Angelicum Orch, Milan;
Coro Polifonico di Torino. [Italian-only notes] Angelicum LPA-1703. A-(s/s) ................................ 9.00
76.*BACH: Cantata # 32 + #57. Ameling; Prey; Winschermann/German Bach Soloists. Phil
6500080. A- to A(s/s)....................................................................................................................... 7.00
77.*BACH: Cantata # 43 & #182. Sailer; Hellmann; Krebs; Staempfli; Wenk; Werner/Pforzheim Ch
Orch; Schutz Choir of Heilbronn. Epic BC-1276. A-(s/s).............................................................. 8.00
78. BACH: Motet #3 "Jesus, Dearest Master." Shaw/RCA Victor Chorale & Orch (oddly, NOT the
Shaw Chorale). [10-inch] RCA LM-11. B ........................................................................................ 8.00
79.*BACH: Motets, BWV 225-230. Harnoncourt/Concentus Musicus Wien; Stockholm Bach
Choir. Telefunken 6.35470(2). A- to A(c/c) ..................................................................................... 8.00
80.*BARTOK: Bluebeard's Castle. Kibkalo; Polyakova; Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch.
Melodiya C-01139-40. A-(12 loud ticks, sd 2; c/c) ........................................................................... 6.00
81. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Flagstad; Maison; Kipnis; Janssen; Huehn; Darcy; Walter/Metropolitan
Opera. [Live; February 22, 1941; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 126(2). B ............. 16.00
82.*BEETHOVEN: Mass in C. Vyvyan; Sinclair; Lewis; Nowakowski; Beecham/RPO. Capitol SG7168. A- ......................................................................................................................................... 14.00
83.*BEETHOVEN: Missa Solemnis. Tomova-Sintow; Payne; Lloyd; Tear; Davis/LSO. Phil
6747484(2). A- to A......................................................................................................................... 8.00
84. BEETHOVEN: Missa Solemnis. Steber; Merriman; Hain; Alvary; Walter/NYP; Westminster Cho.
[Live; 1948; NL - as issued] CLS ARPCL-22015(2). A- to A ......................................................... 35.00
85. BEETHOVEN: Songs (29). Anders; Bohme; Fuchs; Hotter; W.Ludwig; Muller; Schmitt-Walter; etc.
[German recordings ca.1942-1944; mostly with Raucheisen, piano] Odyssey Y2-35242(2).
FS(c/c) ........................................................................................................................................... 16.00
86.*BELLINI: I Capuleti e I Montecchi. Sills; Baker; Gedda; Lloyd; Herincx; Patane/NPO; Alldis
Cho. [quad] Angel SCLX-3824(3). A- ........................................................................................... 11.00
87.*BELLINI: I Puritani. Sills; Gedda; Quilco; Plishka; Rudel/LPO. Audio Treas ABC-ATS-20016(3).
A- .................................................................................................................................................. 11.00
88.*BELLINI: I Puritani. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Cappuccilli; Ghiaurov; Bonynge/LSO. London OSA13111(3). A-(someone's autograph on box - Pavarotti???) .............................................................. 10.00
89. BELLINI: I Puritani. Sutherland; Raimondi; Zerbini; Mazzoli; Serafin/Teatro Massimo di
Palermo. [Live, 1961; libretto Italian only] Melodram MEL-460(3). A- to A ................................. 24.00
90. BELLINI: Norma. Callas; Stignani; Sutherland; Vaghi; Picchi; Asciak; Gui/Covent Garden. [Live,
11-8-52; booklet includes synopsis, notes and photos but NL] MRF 11(3). A- ................................ 27.00
91. BELLINI: Norma. Callas; Corelli; Ludwig; Serafin/La Scala. Angel 3615(3). A-(earliest U.S. red
labels)............................................................................................................................................. 15.00
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92.*BERIO: Coro. Composer/Cologne Radio Chorus & Orch. DGG 2531 270. A- to A ............................. 6.00
93.*BERLIOZ: Beatrice et Benedict. Baker; Tear; Eda-Pierre; Watts; Davis/LSO; John Alldis Choir.
[one of the scarcer items in the Davis Berlioz cycle] Philips 6700 121(2). A- to A........................... 10.00
94. BERLIOZ: Damnation of Faust. Crespin; Turp; Roux; Monteux/LSO & Cho. [Live; March, 1962;
NL] Discocorp RR-539(2). A-(moderate tks 1/8-inch sd 3) ............................................................ 25.00
95.*BERLIOZ: L'Enfance du Christ. Pears; Morison; Davis/Goldsbrough Orch; St. Anthony
Singers. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-60032/33(2). A- ..................................................................................... 9.00
96.*BERLIOZ: L'Enfance du Christ. Baker; Tappy; Allen; Bastin; Davis/LSO. Philips 6700 106(2). Ato A.................................................................................................................................................. 9.00
97. BERLIOZ: Requiem. Lewis; Beecham/RPO. [Live; Albert Hall; 1959] Fonit Cetra DOC-30(2). Ato A................................................................................................................................................ 24.00
98.*BERLIOZ: Romeo & Juliet. Resnik; Turp; Ward; Monteux/LSO & Cho. Westminster WGS8127-2(2). A- ................................................................................................................................. 12.00
99.*BERNSTEIN: Songfest. Elias; Gramm; Reardon; etc. Composer/National Sym. DGG 2531 044.
A- to A............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
100.*BIZET: Carmen. Berganza; Domingo; Milnes; Cotrubas; Abbado/LSO; Chos. DGG 2709
083(3). A- to A ............................................................................................................................ 11.00
101.*BIZET: Carmen. Horne; McCracken; Krause; Gramm; Maliponte; Boky; Baldwin;
Bernstein/Metropolitan Opera. DGG 2709 043(3). A- to A ...................................................... 20.00
102. BIZET: Carmen. Buades; Tellini; Pertile; Franci; Carmassi; Mion; Nessi; Molajoli/La Scala.
[Recorded in Milan 1932; this issue from 1979; with notes & libretto in Italian and English]
Historical Archives Italian EMI 3C153-17071/73(3). A- to A ....................................................... 25.00
103.*BIZET: La Jolie Fille de Perth. Anderson; Kraus; Quilco; Van Dam; Bacquier; Pretre/Nouvel
Orchestre Philharmonique; RTF Cho. [dig; DMM; Grand Prix du Disque] EMI 27 0285
3(3). FS! ...................................................................................................................................... 24.00
104.*BLISS: Pastoral - "Lie Strewn the White Flocks" (Michelow; Knight; Cho); A Knot of Riddles
(Shirley-Quirk). Morris/London Ch Orch. [composer present at recording sessions] Virtuoso
TPLS-13036. A- ............................................................................................................................ 8.00
105.*BLOCH: America (An Epic Rhapsody). Stokowski/Sym of the Air; American Concert Choir
(Hillis, dir). Vanguard SRV-346SD. FS(c/c)................................................................................... 9.00
106.*BOULANGER: (Lili): Clairieres dans le Ciel - Thirteen songs for tenor & piano on texts of
Francis Jammes (Tappy, tenor; Jean Francaix, piano); Three Pieces for Violin & Piano
(Menuhin, violin; Curzon, piano). [French-only notes; no texts] Pathe CVC-2077. A- ................ 26.00
107.*BRAHMS: A German Requiem. Tomowa-Sintow; Van Dam; Karajan/BPO; Vienna
Singverein. Plus Tragic Overture & Haydn Variations. Angel SB-3838(2). A-............................... 8.00
108.*BRAHMS: German Requiem; Schicksalslied. Janowitz; Krause; Haitink/VPO; VSO Cho.
[dig] Philips 6769 055(2). A- to A .................................................................................................. 9.00
109.*BRAHMS: German Requiem (te Kanawa; Weikl; CSO Cho); Haydn Variations. Solti/CSO.
[DMM; winner of both Grammy and Deutscher Schallplattenpreis] Telefunken 6.35462(2). FS .... 16.00
110.*BRAHMS: Liebeslieder Waltzes, Op.52 & Op.65; Three Quartets, Op.64. Mathis;
Fassbaender; Schreier; Fischer-Dieskau; Sawallisch & Engel, pianists. [dig] DGG 2532 094.
A- to A .......................................................................................................................................... 7.00
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111.*BRITTEN: Owen Wingrave. Luxon; Baker; Pears; Harper; Composer/TV Opera Original
Cast. London OSA-1291(2). A-(c/c).............................................................................................. 8.00
112.*BRITTEN: Peter Grimes. Pears; Watson; Pease; Kenny; Brannigan; Lanigan; Evans;
Composer/ROHCG. [TAS 30:130] London OSA-1305(3). A- ................................................... 11.00
113.*BRITTEN: Rape of Lucretia. Harper; Baker; Pears; Drake; Luxon; Shirley-Quirk; Bainbridge;
Hill; Composer/ECO. London OSA-1288(2). A-(c/c) ................................................................... 9.00
114.*CAMPRA: Psalm CXXV; Christmas Oratorio. Selig; Tappy; Herbillon; Delage/Strassburg
Collegium Musicum; Strassburg Conservatory Cho. [German-only notes] Schwann AMS82. A-(s/s) ...................................................................................................................................... 9.00
115.*CATALANI: La Wally. Tebaldi; Del Monaco; Cappuccilli; Diaz; Cleva/Monte Carlo Opera
Orch; Turin Cho. London OSA-1392(3). A- .............................................................................. 16.00
116. CATELANI: Dejanice. Gatti; Novielli; Colli; Frusoni; Tomicich; Guarnieri/Unidentified
Company. [Live, 1975; blank covers; no notes or libretto] Unique Opera UORC-284(2). A--...... 23.00
117. CHARPENTIER: Assumpta est Maria - Mass & Symphony. Angelici; Archimbault; Michel;
Collart; Giraudeau; Noguera; Martini/Orch & Cho. Pathe / Vox PL-8440. A--(s/s) ..................... 7.00
118.*CHARPENTIER: Louise. Bacquier; Berbie; Senechal; Guitton; Manchet; Pretre/NPO;
Ambrosian Opera Cho. Col M3-34207(3). A- ........................................................................... 12.00
119. CHARPENTIER: Magnificat in D. Collart; Y.Melchior; Archimbaud; Gianotti; Noguera;
Martini/Pasdeloup Orch; Cho. Haydn Soc HSL-102. A-(s/s) ...................................................... 9.00
120.*CHERUBINI: Duets & Vocal Nocturnes (14). Miranda, soprano; Reinemann, baritone;
Nordmann, harp. MHS 4952. A-................................................................................................... 6.00
121. CHERUBINI: Medea. Callas; Vickers; Zaccaria; Cossotto; Carlyle; Rescigno/Covent Garden.
[Live; June 30, 1959; minor cuts made to fit this on to two discs; NL - as issued, I believe]
BJR 105(2). A- ............................................................................................................................ 10.00
122. CHERUBINI: Medea. Callas; Vickers; Carron; Zaccaria; Berganza; Raskin; Rescigno/Dallas
Civic Opera. [Live, 1958; Italian-only libretto] SIDE 6: Excerpts from Norma with Callas;
Barbieri; Rossi-Lemeni; Serafin/Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires; 1949. Melodram MEL461(3). A- to A ............................................................................................................................ 20.00
123.*CILEA: Adriana Lecouvreur. Tebaldi; Del Monaco; Simionato; Fioravanti; Maionica; Ricciardi;
Foiani; Capuana/ASCR. London OSA-13126(3). A-(c/c) ........................................................... 16.00
124.*COPLAND: The Tender Land (abridged). Clements; Turner; Cassilly; Treigle; Fredricks;
Composer/NYP Choral Art Soc. [NL - as issued] CBS 60314. A-(British pressing) ................... 12.00
125.*DELIBES: Lakme. Mesple; Burles; Soyer; Millet; Lombard/Paris Opera-Comique. Sera SIC6082(3). A- .................................................................................................................................. 12.00
126.*DELIUS: Village Romeo and Juliet. Tear; Harwood; Shirley-Quirk; Davies/RPO. Ang SBLX3784(2). A- .................................................................................................................................. 10.00
127.*DELIUS: Song of the High Hills; Songs (9). Lott; Walker; Johnson; Fenby/RPO; Ambrosian
Singers (in Hills). [dig] Unicorn Kanchana DKP-9029. A- to A ..................................................... 7.00
128.*DONIZETTI: Caterina Cornaro. Gencer; Aragall; Bruson; Clabassi; Risani; Jacopucci; Ruta;
Cillario/Teatro San Carlo, Naples. [Live, 5-28-72; w/production photos, synopsis &
complete libretto] MRF S-96(2). A- ............................................................................................. 23.00
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129. DONIZETTI: L'Elisir d'Amore. Tagliavini; Sayao; Valdengo; Baccaloni;
Antonicelli/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; December 24, 1949; NL] Performance GOP-7(2).
A- to A ........................................................................................................................................ 18.00
130.*DONIZETTI: La Favorita. Simionato; Poggi; Bastianini; Hines; Erede/MMF. Richmond SRS63510(3). A- ................................................................................................................................ 11.00
131. DONIZETTI: La Favorita. Bruson; Nave; Pavarotti; Giaotti; Bydee; Cillario/unnamed
company. [blank jackets; NL] Unique Opera UORC-294. A-....................................................... 11.00
132. DONIZETTI: La Favorita. di Stefano; Simoniato; Siepi; Mascherini; Cellini/Palacio de las
Bellas Artes, Mexico City. [Live; July 12, 1950; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS
319(2). B ..................................................................................................................................... 14.00
133.*DONIZETTI: Lucia di Lammermoor. Sills; Bergonzi; Dappuccili; Diaz; Kern; Schippers/LSO;
Ambrosian Opera Cho. [drm] Angel AVC-34012(3). FS(c/c) .................................................... 10.00
134. DONIZETTI: Lucia di Lammermoor. Pons; Jagel; Brownlee; Pinza; Votipka; Papi/Met. [live,
1937] Unique Opera UORC-311(2). A-(blank jackets; no notes - as issued) ................................. 16.00
135. DONIZETTI: Maria Stuarda. Capnist; Soresi; Tagger; Zerbini; Jori; Zannini; de
Fabritis/Unnamed Company. [Live, 10/16/1958; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera
EJS 174(2). B+/B......................................................................................................................... 12.00
136.*DONIZETTI: Messa di Gloria e Credo. mane; Vighi; Maus; Machi; Bader/Berlin Radio Orch;
St. Hedwig's Cho. Schwann AMS-3520. A- to A(s/s) ................................................................... 9.00
137. DONIZETTI: Poliuto. Corelli; Callas; Bastianini; De Palma; Zaccaria; Pelizzoni; Votto/unnamed
company. [Live, Milan, 1960][With nice libretto including notes and photos] BJR 106(2). A- ..... 20.00
138. DONIZETTI: Poliuto. Corelli; Callas; Bastianini; Zaccaria; De Palma; Votto/La Scala [live, 12-760]. [Includes superb booklet with notes, production photos & other illustrations, complete
Italian-English libretto] MRF 31(2). A- ........................................................................................ 23.00
139.*DVORAK: Mass in D, Op.86. Tikalowa; Mixova; Blachut; Haken; Smetacek/Prague Sym;
CPO Cho. [German-only notes] Schwann AMS-3504. A- to A...................................................... 6.00
140.*DVORAK: Rusalka. Subrtova; Zidek; Haken; Ovcacikova; Mixova; Joran; Chala- bala/Prague
National Theatre. Artia ALPOS-89-D(4). A-.............................................................................. 11.00
141.*ELGAR: The Music Makers. SIR HUBERT PARRY: Blest Pair of Sirens. Janet Baker;
Boult/LPO & Cho EMI ASD-2311. A- to A............................................................................... 10.00
142.*FAURE: La Bonne Chanson. Walker, mezzo-soprano; The Nash Ensemble (who also play
Faure's Trio in d, Op.120). CRD 1089. A- ...................................................................................... 8.00
143.*FAURE: Requiem; Cantique de Jean Racine (orchestrated by Rutter). Ashton; Varcoe;
Rutter/City of London Sinfonia; Cambridge Singers. Collegium COL-101. A- to A ................. 9.00
144.*FAYRFAX: (Robert; 1464-1521): Mass, "Tecum principium;" Motet, "Aeterne laudis lilium."
Stevens/Ambrosian Singers. Schwann Musica Sacra AMS-38. A-................................................ 7.00
145.*FINZI: Three Short Elegies; Seven Part Songs; Magnificat; God is Gone Up.
O'Brien/Exultate Singers. MHS 4320. A- ....................................................................................... 6.00
146. FRANCK: Mass in A. Soloists; Norman Wright/St. Barbara's Parish Choir; Potter, organ;
Barton, harp; Shumway, cello. Old Mission Santa Barbara Private Issue (no #). A- .................... 12.00
147.*FRANCK: Psyche (complete). Paul Strauss/Liege Sym; Belgian Radio Cho. EMI ASD-3164.
A- to A .......................................................................................................................................... 6.00
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148. GIORDANO: Andrea Chenier. Callas; Del Monaco; Protti; Votto/La Scala. [Live; January 8,
1955; nice booklet w/synopsis, production photos, but NL] MRF 66(2). A- ................................. 16.00
149. GIORDANO: Andrea Chenier. del Monaco; Milanov; Waren; Glaz; Elias; Cleva/Unnamed
Company (live; New York, 12-4-54). BONUS RECORD: MILANOV FAREWELL, 4-1366: Excerpts from Andrea Chenier (Tucker; Colzani; Molinari-Pradelli; New York; 4-13-66).
[Booklet has synopsis and production photos, but NL] MRF 15(3). A-......................................... 36.00
150. GIORDANO: Andrea Chenier. Caniglia; Bechi; Simionato; Taddei; Paci; De Fabritiis/La Scala.
[Amazing sound for 1941!] EMI 3C153-17069/70(2). A- to A ..................................................... 15.00
151.*GIORDANO: Fedora. Olivero; Del Monaco; Gobbi; Monreale; De Palma; Te Kanawa;
Gardelli/Monte Carlo Opera. London OSA-1283(2). A- ........................................................... 12.00
152. GOMES: I Guarany. d'Angelo; Gibin; Cappuccilli; Molinari-Pradelli/Teatro Municipale, Rio
de Janiero. [Live, 1964; NL; bl covs] Golden Age of Opera EJS 240(2). B ................................. 10.00
153. GOUNOD: Faust. Peerce; Merrill; Siepi; de los Angeles; Miller; Votipka; Davidson;
Monteux/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; February 2, 1955; libretto in French only] Melodram
MEL-415(3). A- to A................................................................................................................... 36.00
154. GRANADOS: Goyescas. Zambrana; Pico; Pineda; Diez; Csonka/Havana Philharmonic. [Live,
1957; with notes, production photos & synopsis, but NL] MRF 22. .............................................. 18.00
155. GREGORIAN CHANTS: Volume 1. Trappist Monks' Choir of Cistercian Abbey. [Grand Prix
du Disque, 1949] Period SPL-569. A- .......................................................................................... 11.00
156.*GRIEG: Haugtussa; Five Songs on Poems of Vilhelm Krag. Andersen, soprano; Bratlie, piano.
Simax PS-1011. A-to A.................................................................................................................. 7.00
157.*HANDEL: Alexander's Feast. Donath; Tear; Burgess; Allen; Ledger/ECO; Choir of King's
College, Cambridge. Angel SZB-3874(2). A- ............................................................................... 8.00
158.*HANDEL: Apollo & Dafne. Giebel; Fischer-Dieskau; Weissenborn/BPO. [tulip] DGG 139 153.
A- to A ........................................................................................................................................ 11.00
159.*HANDEL: Belshazzar. Tear; Palmer; Lehane; Esswood; Harnoncourt/Concentus Musicus,
Wien; Stockholm Ch Cho. Telefunken 6.35326(4). FS(c/c) ....................................................... 11.00
160.*HANDEL: Chandos Anthems: "O Praise the Lord with One Consent; Let God Arise." Vaughan;
Young; Robinson; Willcocks/ASMF; Choir of King's College, Cambridge. Argo ZRG5490. A- ........................................................................................................................................ 5.00
161.*HANDEL: Messiah (in arrangement by Mozart). Mathis; Finnila; Schreier; Adam;
Mackerras/Austrian Radio. Archiv 2723 019(3). A- to A(British pressings) .............................. 11.00
162.*HANDEL: Messiah. Gale; Lipovsek; Hillweg; Kennedy; Harnoncourt/Concentus Musicus;
Stockholm Ch Cho. [dig; DMM] Telefunken 6.35617(3). A- to A .............................................. 10.00
163.*HAYDN: La Vera Costanza. Norman; Donath; Ahnsjo; Ganzarolli; Trimarchi; Dorati/Lausanne
Ch Orch. [1st recording] Philips 6703 077(3). A- to A(c/c) ......................................................... 16.00
164.*HAYDN: The Seven Last Words of Christ. Babikian; Dressel; Alberts; van Kesterin; Wiener;
Scherchen/VSOO; Academy Cho. Music Guild MS-199. A-/A--(c/c) .......................................... 6.00
165.*HEIDER: (Werner; b.1930): Book of Hours (for 12 vocal parts & 12 winds; Soloists from
SWDR Cho & Orch); Commission (for vocal part & ch orch; Pearson, bar; Ars Nova Ens);
Symphony #1 (Bamberg Sym); Poster for Orchestra (Saarbrucken Radio Orch). Composer
conducts in all. Thorofon Capella MTH-239. A- to A ..................................................................... 9.00
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166.*HERBERT: Naughty Marietta. Blazer; Harrington; Green; Turnage; Morris/Millennium Ch
Orch; Catholic University Cho. [dig] Smithsonian N-026(2). A- ............................................... 15.00
167.*HINDEMITH: When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd (A Requiem for Those We Love).
Parker; London; Composer/NYP; Schola Cantorum. Col AMS-6573. A- .................................... 9.00
168.*JANACEK: Missa Glagolitica. Pilarczyk; Martin; Gedda; Gaynes; Bernstein/NYP; Cho. Col
MS-6737. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ................................................................................................ 6.00
169.*JANACEK: Missa Glagolitica. Lear; Rossel-Majdan; Haefliger; Crass; Kubelik/BVRS & Cho.
[tulip labels] DGG 138 954. A- to A ............................................................................................ 13.00
170.*JANACEK: The Excursions of Mr. Broucek. Bich; Zidek; Berman; Blachut; Koci; Domaninska;
Neumann/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50531/3(3). A- .................................. 13.00
171.*JEHAN DE LATRE: (1510-1569): Chansons (27). Robert, lute; Ensemble Vocal Jacques
Feuillie. Musique en Wallonie MW-80013. A- to A ..................................................................... 10.00
172. JONES: (Sidney): The Geisha (abridged). Falvay; Delmer; Granvenhorst; Muench; FischerWalden; Dobrindt/Berlin Radio Orch & Cho. [with synopsis but NL] Urania URLP-7059. B ... 11.00
173.*JOSTEN: (Werner; 1885-1963): Concerto Sacro I-II. Del Tredici, piano obbligato;
Stokowski/American Sym. CRI SD-200. A-............................................................................... 13.00
174.*KJERULF: (Halfdan; 1815-68): Songs Volume 2 (15). Dahl, soprano; Levin, piano. Norsk
Kulturrads Klassikerserie NKF 30005. A- to A............................................................................... 6.00
175. KLOVA: (Vytautas): Pilenai. Stasiunas; Sauleviciute; Adamkevicius; Altermanas/Vilnis
National Opera Company. [with English notes and synopsis, but NL; notes refer to this as
"first complete Lithuanian opera on records"] Eurotone ELP-108(3). B........................................ 13.00
176. LEONCAVALLO: Pagliacci. Pampanini; Merli; Galeffi; Vanelli; Nessi; Molajoli/Milan Sym; La
Scala Chorus. [rec 1930; A.C.Griffith transfers; w/English notes/libretto] Italian EMI 3C16517998/99(2). A- ........................................................................................................................... 16.00
177.*LOEVENDIE: (Theo; b.1930): Naima. van Nes; van der Putten; Derksen; Oosterkamp;
Vis/Amsterdam Philharmonic; Netherlands Opera Choir. [Live; 1985] Composers' Voice1986/5(2). A- to A ......................................................................................................................... 8.00
178.*MAHLER: Das Lied von der Erde. Norman; Vickers; Davis/LSO. [dig] Philips 6514 112. A- to
A ................................................................................................................................................. 10.00
179.*MAHLER: Das Lied von der Erde. Minton; Kollo; Solti/CSO. London OS-26292. A- ................... 11.00
180.*MAHLER: Das Lied von der Erde. Merriman; Haefliger; Jochum/ACO. [Grand Prix du
Disque] [tulip labels] DGG 138 865. A- to A ............................................................................... 14.00
181.*MASCAGNI: Cavalleria Rusticana. Tebaldi; Bjoerling; Bastianini; Erede/MMF. Side 4:
Bjoerling - Arias from Gioconda; Fanciulla; Fedora; Arlesiana; Ballo; Manon Lescaut. London
OSA-12101(2). FS ....................................................................................................................... 16.00
182.*MASCAGNI: Cavalleria Rusticana. de los Angeles; Corelli; Sereni; Santini/Rome Opera.
[Side 4: Overture to Le Maschere; one excerpt each from Guglielmo Ratcliff & Iris] [blue
labels] Angel S-3632(2). A-.......................................................................................................... 15.00
183.*MASSENET: Esclarmonde. Sutherland; Aragall; Grant; Quilco; Tourangeau; Davies; Lloyd;
Bonynge/National Phil. [Woolcock; Lock & Wade; Kingsway Hall, 1975] London OSA13118(3). FS(c/c) ......................................................................................................................... 18.00
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184.*MASSENET: Manon. Sills; Gedda; Souzay; Bacquier; Castel; Rudel/NPO; Ambrosian Opera
Cho. [drm] Angel AVC-34010(3). FS .......................................................................................... 16.00
185.*MASSENET: Thais. Sills; Milnes; Gedda; Maazel/NPO; Cho. [quad] Angel SCLX-3832(3). A-..... 10.00
186.*MENDELSSOHN: St. Paul. Fischer-Dieskau; Donath; Schwarz; Hollweg; Fruhbeck de
Burgos/Dusseldorf Sym & Cho. [quad] Angel SC-3842(3). A- .................................................. 11.00
187.*MENOTTI: The Old Maid and the Thief. Margaret Baker; Blegen; Reardon; Reynolds;
Mester/Orch of Teatro Verdi di Trieste. Turnabout TVS-34745. A- ........................................... 9.00
188. MENOTTI: Saint of Bleeker Street. Poleri; Lane; Ruggierro; Akos; Schippers/Orch; Cho.
[Mohr; Layton; recorded 1955; mono only] RCA CBM2-2714(2). A- .......................................... 16.00
189.*MENOTTI: The Death of the Bishop of Brindisi. (London; Chookasian; Chos). SCHONBERG:
Song of the Wood Dove. (Chookasian). Leinsdorf/BSO (in all). [WD; 1S/1S] RCA LSC2785. A-(lovely!) ......................................................................................................................... 18.00
190. MENOTTI: The Medium (Powers; Keller; Dame; Rogier; Mastice); The Telephone (Cotlow;
Rogier). Balaban/Orch (in both). [NL; in English, of course] Col OSL-154(2). A-("2-eyes"
labels) .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
191. MENOTTI: The Medium (Powers; Keller; Dame; Rogier; Mastice); The Telephone (Cotlow;
Rogier). Balaban/Orch (in both). [NL; in English, of course] Odyssey Y2-35239(2). A- ............. 15.00
192.*MENOTTI: The Medium. Resnik; Blegen; Derr; Patrick; Carlson; Mester/Washington Opera
Soc. Col MS-7387. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) .................................................................................. 4.00
193.*MERIKANTO: (Aaare; 1893-1958): Juha. Lehtinen; Kostia; Krumm; Falck; Soderblom/Finnish
National Opera. MHS 3079/81(3). A- .......................................................................................... 8.00
194. MEYERBEER: Gli Ugonotti. Sutherland; Simionato; Corelli; Ganzarolli; Ghiaurov; Cossotto;
Gavazzeni/La Scala. [Live; 6/7/1962; NL; blank box] Golden Age of Opera EJS 246(3). B+ ...... 10.00
195.*MONTEMEZZI: L'Amore dei Tre Re. Moffo; Domingo; Elvira; Siepi; Davies; MacGregor;
Tomkinson; Byers; Santi/LSO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. RCA RL-01945(2). A- to A(lovely
Italian pressing) ............................................................................................................................ 16.00
196.*MONTEVERDI: Madrigals, Book #8. Harper; Watson; Alva; Davies; Wakefield; Dean;
Leppard/Glyndebourne Chorus Members. Philips 6768 175(3). A- to A(c/c) ........................... 10.00
197. MONTEVERDI: Madrigals (8). Ins Ens; Jurgens/Hamburg Monteverdi Choir. Archiv 2533
146. A- to A................................................................................................................................... 8.00
198. MOUSSORGSKY: Boris Godunov (in Italian). Pinza; Thorborg; Kullman; Warren; Moscona;
Panizza/Unidentified Company (doubtless the Met). [Live; 1938; NL] ERR 138(3). A(startlingly fine pressings for this label) ......................................................................................... 18.00
199.*MOZART: Abduction from the Seraglio. Eda-Pierre; Burrowes; Burrows; Tear; Lloyd; Jurgens;
Davis/ASMF. [Includes five alternative duets & insert arias] Philips 6769 026(3). A- to A........... 11.00
200. MOZART: Bastien & Bastienne. Streich; Holm; Blankenheim; Stepp/Munich Ch Orch. Decca
DL-9860. A-(slight cover stain) ...................................................................................................... 9.00
201.*MOZART: Betulia Liberata. Schwarz; Schreier; Cotrubas; Berry; Fuchs; Hager/Salzburg
Mozarteum Orch. DGG 2740 198(3). A- to A(British pressings) ................................................ 11.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire - continued
202. MOZART: Cosi Fan Tutte (in English). Steber; Tucker; Guarrera; Peters; Thebom; Alvary;
Stiedry/Metropolitan Opera. Col SL-122(3). A-("2-eyes" labels) .............................................. 32.00
203.*MOZART: Cosi fan Tutte. Lorengar; Berganza; Krause; Bacquier; Solti/LPO. Lon OSA1442(4). A- .................................................................................................................................. 13.00
204. MOZART: Cosi fan Tutte. Schwarzkopf; Merriman; Otto; Simoneau; Panerai; Bruscantini;
Karajan/PO & Cho. [NL] World Sound OC-195/197(3). A- ...................................................... 13.00
205.*MOZART: Don Giovanni. Ghiaurov; Watson; Gedda; Ludwig; Berry; Freni; Klemperer/NPO &
Cho. [blue labels] Angel SDL-3700(4). A- ................................................................................... 13.00
206.*MOZART: Don Giovanni. Weikl; Margaret Price; Sass; Bacquier; Burrows; Popp; Moll;
Sramek; Solti/LPO. London OSA-1444(4). A- ............................................................................ 13.00
207. MOZART: Don Giovanni. Pinza; Rethberg; Borgioli; Lazzari; Helletsgruber; Walter/Vienna
State Opera. [Live, Salzburg Festival; 8-2-1937; no notes; NL; filler on final side: Rethberg in
arias from Figaro & Magic Flute (1926)] Operatic Archives OPA-1048-50(3). A- ........................ 20.00
208. MOZART: Don Giovanni. Ghuaurov; Stich-Randall; Curtin; Kunz; Kraus; Uppman;
Krips/Chicago Lyric Opera. [Live, 1964; Italian-only libretto] Melodram MEL-464(3). A- to
A ................................................................................................................................................. 27.00
209.*MOZART: La Clemenza di Tito. Berganza; Mathis; Varady; Schreier; Adam; Schiml;
Bohm/Staatskapelle Dresden; Leipzig Radio Cho. DGG 2709 092(3). A- to A ........................ 11.00
210.*MOZART: La Clemenza di Tito. Baker; Minton; Von Stade; Davis/ROHCG. Phil 6703 079(3).
A- to A ........................................................................................................................................ 11.00
211.*MOZART: La Finta Giardiniera. Conwell; Fassbaender; Ihloff; Sukis; di Cesare; McDaniel;
Hager/Salzburg Mozarteum Orch. DGG 2740 234(4). A- to A(c/c) .......................................... 13.00
212.*MOZART: Magic Flute. Lorengar; Deutekom; Prey; Burrows; Talvela; Fischer-Dieskau;
Solti/VPO. London OSA-1397(3). A- ........................................................................................... 9.00
213. MOZART: Magic Flute. Stader; Fischer-Dieskau; Streich; Haefliger; Borg; Greindl; Otto;
Fricsay/RIAS Sym, Berlin. [Original issue w/ tulip labels; sturdy deluxe cloth-covered box]
DGG LPM-18 267/69(3). A- to A ................................................................................................ 32.00
214.*MOZART: Marriage of Figaro. Wixell; Norman; Freni; Ganzarolli; Minton; Davis/BBC Sym &
Cho. Philips 6707 014(4). A- to A ................................................................................................. 9.00
215. MOZART: Mass in C, K.317 ("Coronation"); Vesperae Solemnes de Confessore. Lipp; Dickie;
Ludwig; Bender; Horenstein/Vienna Pro Musica; Cho. Vox PL-10 260. A- ............................... 9.00
216.*MOZART: Mass in c, K.427. Mathis; Altmeyer; Erwin; Crass; Gonnenwein/Southwest
German Ch Orch; Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-36205. A- ............................................................. 6.00
217.*MOZART: Requiem. Seefried; Pitzinger; Holm; Borg; Jochum/Vienna Sym; VSO Cho.
Heliodor 89 508. A-(Canadian pressing) ......................................................................................... 6.00
218.*MOZART: Requiem. M.Price; Schmidt; Araiza; Adam; Schreier/Staatskapelle Dresden;
Leipzig Radio Cho. [dig] Philips 6514 320. FS ............................................................................. 8.00
219.*MUSGRAVE: A Christmas Carol. Burchinal; Peterson; Montgomery; Norman; Bender;
Mark/Virginia Opera Assn. Moss Music Group MMG 302(3). A- ............................................ 11.00
220.*NICOLAI: Merry Wives of Windsor. Ridderbusch; Donath; Brendel; Schmidt; Kubelik/BVRS.
London OSA-13127(3). FS(c/c) ................................................................................................... 18.00
221. OFFENBACH: La Grande Duchesse de Gerolstein. Zareska; Prevet; Dran; Riley; Lacour;
Mollien; Leibowitz/Pasdeloup Orch; Cho. Urania UX-115(2). A- ............................................. 14.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire - continued
222.*ORFF: Carmina Burana. Janowitz; Stolze; Fischer-Dieskau; Jochum/Berlin Opera Orch &
Cho. [in fold-open album] DGG 139 362. A- to A ....................................................................... 10.00
223.*ORFF: Carmina Burana. Mandac; Milnes; Kolk; Ozawa/BSO; New England Conservatory
Chos. RCA AGL1-4082. FS(c/c) ................................................................................................... 9.00
224. PACINI: Saffo. Gencer; Quilco; Mattiucci; Del Bianco; Capuana/Teatro San Carlo, Naples.
[Live; April 7, 1967; blank box] Golden Age of Opera EJS 404(2). B+(very fine pressing for
EJS!) ............................................................................................................................................ 20.00
225.*PAER: Leonora. Carson; Casula; Frusoni; Stavru; Tadeo; Maag/Stuttgart Radio Orch. [Live;
May 23, 1976; includes booklet of notes and full libretto] MRF S-144(3). A-(box is dented;
minor H20 stains; LP's superb) ..................................................................................................... 24.00
226.*PANUFNIK: Universal Prayer. Cantelo; Watts; Mitchinson; Stalman; Stokowski/Louis Halsey
Singers; Kynaston, organ; Watkins, Korchinska & Bonifacio, harps. Unicorn RHS-305. A- ... 13.00
227.*PERGOLESI: Il Maestro di Musica. Soderstrom; Sellergren; Ohlson; Hallgren;
Gardelli/Drottningholms Ch Orch. [Live(?), 1955; with English synopsis & notes, but NL]
Swedish Society Discofil SLT-33253. A- ....................................................................................... 6.00
228.*PERGOLESI: Stabat Mater. Marshall; Terrani; Abbado/LSO. DGG 415 103. A- to A..................... 4.00
229.*PETROVICS: (Emil; b.1930): Jonas Konyve (The Book of Jonah). Reti; Palocz; Palcso; Uto;
Erdelyi/Hungarian State Orch; Budapest Cho. [includes English notes, but NL]
Hungaroton SLPX-11420. A- ...................................................................................................... 11.00
230.*PFITZNER: Von Deutscher Seele. Giebel; Topper; Wunderlich; Wiener; Keilberth/BVRS &
Cho. [tulip labels] DGG 139 157/8(2). A- to A .............................................................................. 8.00
231.*PONCHIELLI: La Gioconda. Cerquetti; Del Monaco; Simionato; Bastianini; Siepi;
Gavazzeni/MMF. Richmond SRS-63518(3). A-.......................................................................... 15.00
232. PONCHIELLI: La Gioconda. Arangi-Lombardi; Stignani; Rota; Granda; Nessi; Molajoli/La
Scala. [rec 1931] EMI 3C153-01643/5(3). A- to A ...................................................................... 16.00
233. PONCHIELLI: La Gioconda. Souliotis; Tucker; MacNeil; Elias; Bartoletti/Buenos Aires. [Live,
1966; NL] TeatroDischi TD-505(3). A- ....................................................................................... 16.00
234.*PUCCINI: Gianni Schicchi. Gobbi; de los Angeles; Canali; Del Monte; Santini/Rome Opera.
[blue labels] Angel S-35473. A- ..................................................................................................... 9.00
235.+PUCCINI: Il Trittico. Gobbi; de los Angeles; Mas; Barbieri; Del Monte; Belleza; Serafin;
Santini; La Scala. [Schicchi is true stereo] Angel SCLX-3849(3). A-(c/c) .................................. 10.00
236.*PUCCINI: Le Villi; Edgar (Act II). Morell; Maliponte; Manuguerra; Stokes; Wyatt;
Guadagno/Vienna Volksoper Orch; Academy Ch Cho. RCA LSC-7096(2). A- ...................... 16.00
237.*PUCCINI: Madama Butterfly. Freni; Pavarotti; Ludwig; Kerns; Karajan/VPO. London OSA13110(3). A- ................................................................................................................................ 11.00
238.*PUCCINI: Madama Butterfly. Scotto; Bergonzi; Panerai; Barbirolli/Rome Opera. Angel SCL3702(3). A- .................................................................................................................................. 15.00
239.*PUCCINI: Madama Butterfly. De Los Angeles; Bjoerling; Santini/Rome Opera. Angel S3604(3). A ................................................................................................................................... 22.00
240. PUCCINI: Madama Butterfly. Sheridan; Cecil; Mannerini; Weinberg; Palai; Sabajno/La Scala.
Side 6: Margaret Sheridan in arias & duets from Butterfly(3), Otello(2), Andrea & Manon
Lescaut (1928/30). [NL - as issued, I believe][ Club 99 OP-1001(3). A- ....................................... 13.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire - continued
241. PUCCINI: Manon Lescaut. Olivero; Tucker; Sardinero; Veltri/Unnamed Co. [1972; NL] ERR
130(2). A--................................................................................................................................... 16.00
242.*PUCCINI: Tosca (sung in Russian). Bieshu; Muntyanu; Mazarok; Korolev; Pankov;
Lazarev/Bolshoi Theatre. Side 6: Bieshu recital: Arias from Butterfly(3) & Manon Lescaut
(Khaikin/Bolshoi Theatre). [Nice booklet with photos, but notes in Russian only and NL]
Melodiya C10-17403 001(3). A- .................................................................................................. 20.00
243.*PUCCINI: Tosca. Price; Domingo; Milnes; Plishka; Mehta/NPO; Alldis Choir. RCA ARL20105(2). A- .................................................................................................................................... 6.00
244. PUCCINI: Tosca. Callas; Di Stefano; Gobbi; Calabrese; Luise; Cordova; De Sabata/La Scala.
[DMM; drm; lovely Electrola pressings] EMI 29 0039 3(2). A- to A ............................................ 16.00
245. PUCCINI: Tosca. Callas; Gobbi; Cioni; Garrett; Godfrey; Cillario/ROHCG. [Zeffirelli
production; live; January 24, 1964; Callas' return to the stage after two years' hiatus; booklet
includes detailed notes about this specific performance by John Ardoin; also facsimile of
program book cover and some production photos, but NL] Limited Editions LERWC-107(2).
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 32.00
246. PUCCINI: Tosca. Olivero; Pavarotti; MacNeil; Tajo; Conlon/Met. [Live, 1979; NL] HRE 312(2).
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 15.00
247. PUCCINI: Tosca. Tebaldi; Tucker; Warren; Corena; Mitropoulos/Met. [Live; 1956; NL] ERR
143(2). A-(unusually fine pressing for ERR!)................................................................................ 16.00
248.*RAVEL: L'Enfant et les Sortileges. Danco; Cuenod; Ansermet/OSR; Geneva Motet Cho.
Richmond SR-33086. A- ................................................................................................................ 8.00
249.*RHODES: (Philip): The Lament of Michal for soprano & orchestra (Bryn-Julson). STRAUSS:
Six Songs, Op.68 (Shane). Mester/Louisville Orch. [with special gold label: "100th Golden
Edition" - the 100th release in the Louisville catalog] Louisville LS-704. A-(black jacket;
includes notes insert) .................................................................................................................... 11.00
250. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Sadko. Nelepp; Dabydova; Antonova; Koltypin; Peregudov; Reizen;
Golovanov/Bolshoi Theatre. [missing notes and synopsis booklet; NL (but this was issued
w/o libretto anyway, I believe)] Ultraphone ULP-127/130(4). A- ................................................. 13.00
251.*RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: The Snow Maiden. Arkhipova; Sokolik; Vedernikov; Elnikov;
Fedoseyev/Moscow Radio Orch & Cho. Col-Melodiya M4-34599(4). A-.................................. 13.00
252. ROCCA: Monte Ivnor. Gencer; Colzani; Algorta; Gavarini; Armando La Rosa Parodi/orch &
cho. [Live, no date given; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 408(2). B(bubbly
pressing, but not bad for an EJS) .................................................................................................. 19.00
253. ROSSINI: Barber of Seville. Borgioli; Baccaloni; Capsir; Stracciari; Bettoni; Molajoli/La Scala.
[Recorded in Milan 1929; this issue from 1979; with notes & libretto in Italian and English]
Historical Archives Italian EMI 3C153-18403/05(3). A- to A ....................................................... 25.00
254.*ROSSINI: Maometto Secondo. Anderson; Ramey; Zimmerman; Palacio; Dale; Scimone/PO;
Ambrosian Opera Cho. [first recording; dig] Philips 412 148-1(3). FS ....................................... 24.00
255.*ROSSINI: Otello. Carreras; Von Stade; Ramey; Pastine; Fisichella; Condo; Lopez-Cobos/PO.
[1st recording] Philips 6769 023(3). A- to A ................................................................................ 11.00
256.*ROSSINI: Stabat Mater. Ler; Quivar; Riegel; Plishka; Schippers/Cincinnati Sym; May
Festival Cho. [quad] Turn QTVS-34634. A- ................................................................................. 8.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire - continued
257. ROSSINI: Tancredi. Ricciarelli; Horne; Balthrop; Zaccaria; Paunova; Palacio; Queler/Unnamed
Company. [Live, 1978; this copy includes a booklet with synopsis and libretto; also 2
newspaper articles about Horne's performance of the work at Chicago's Lyric Opera in 1989]
HRE 238(3). A- ........................................................................................................................... 11.00
258.*ROTA: (Nino; 1911-79): Il Cappello di Paglia di Firenze. Benelli; Meneghini; Cortez; Basiola;
Mariotti; Composer/Rome Sym & Cho. Italian RCA RL-31153(2). A- to A(c/c) ....................... 25.00
259. SAINT-SAENS: Samson et Dalila. Thebom; Vinay; Taddei; Corena; Modesti; Beecham/Palacio
de Bellas Artes. [Live, 1958; NL] Fillers, end side 6: Vinay in arias from Otello & Pag (no
details given). Melodram MEL-449(3). A- to A............................................................................ 27.00
260.*SCHONBERG: Moses und Aron. Reich; Devos; Lucas; Illavsky; Gielen/Austrian Radio Orch
& Cho. Philips 6700 084(2). A- to A ............................................................................................. 9.00
261.*SCHUMANN: Vocal Duets. Varady; DGG 2531 204. A- to A(c/c) .................................................. 10.00
262.*SHIELD: (William; 1748-1829): Rosina. Elkins; Tear; Harwood; Sinclair; Macdonald;
Bonynge/LSO; Ambrosian Singers. [obscure issue!] London OSA-1160. A-............................. 13.00
263.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk. Vishnevskaya; Gedda; Petkov; Krenn; Tear;
Valjakka; Rostropovich/LPO. Angel SCLX-3866(3). A- ............................................................ 20.00
264.*SIBELIUS: Kullervo; The Origin of Fire; Our Native Land. Naumanen; Hymninen;
Berglund/Helsinki Philmarmonic; Choirs. [dig; DMM] Angel DSB-3984(2). A- to A .............. 15.00
265. SIBELIUS: The Maid in the Tower. Haggander; Ancker; Lindroos; Hynninsen; Jalas/Finnish
Radio Orch. [live, 1981; no notes or libretto] ANNA 1055. A- ..................................................... 7.00
266.*SILLS: Arias - Ariadne; Seraglio; Barber; William Tell. Gagnon - Sillsiana. [Live, but no details
about when or where] Private RA-201. A- to B+.......................................................................... 13.00
267.*SMETANA: Dalibor. Pribyl; Depoltova; Smetacek/Brno Phil; Cho. [quad] Supraphon 14162921-3(3). A- ................................................................................................................................. 9.00
268.*SMETANA: Bartered Bride. Bednar; Dobra; Chalabala/Prague Ntnl Theatre. Supra
50397/9(3). FS!............................................................................................................................ 18.00
269.*SMETANA: The Devil's Wall. Bednar; Berman; Mixova; Zidek; Subrtova; Chalabala/Prague
National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50361/3(3). A-(brief lgt tks middle side 1) ....................... 19.00
270. SPONTINI: Agnese di Hohenstaufen. Caballe; Bruscantini; Stella; Guelfi; Mazzoli; Muti/RAI
Rome. [Live, June 16, 1970; NL] Estro Armonico Rare Opera Editions EA-05460(3). A- ........... 23.00
271. SPONTINI: Agnese di Hohenstaufen. Caballe; Prevedi; Stella; Guelfi; Bruscantini; Muti/RAI
Rome. [Live, 4-30-70; with booklet of detailed synopsis, but NL] MRF 60(3). A-- ...................... 19.00
272.*STRAUSS: Arabella. Della Casa; Gueden; London; Dermota; Solti/VPO. Richmond SRS63522(3). A- ................................................................................................................................ 11.00
273.*STRAUSS: Daphne. Popp; Goldberg; Wenkel; Schreier; Haitink/BVRS. [dig] Angel DSBX3941(2). A- .................................................................................................................................... 9.00
274. STRAUSS: Der Rosenkavalier (abridged). Lehmann; Schumann; Mayr; Olszewska; Heger/VPO
& Cho. [Recorded 1933; transfers by Anthony Griffith] World Record Club SH-181/2(2). A- ..... 12.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire - continued
275. STRAUSS: Der Rosenkavalier. Varnay; Stevens; Conner; Koreh; Brownlee; Votipka; De Paolis;
Reiner/Met Opera. [Live; February 28, 1953; with English notes, but NL] Melodram MEL441(4). A- to A ............................................................................................................................ 36.00
276.*STRAUSS: Die Frau Ohne Schatten. Rysanek; Hongen; Loose; Goltz; Hopf; Bohme;
Schoeffler; Bohm/VPO; VSO Cho. Richmond SRS-64503(4). A-............................................... 11.00
277. STRAUSS: Salome. Welitsch; Jagel; Thorborg; Janssen; Reiner/Met. [Live, 3/12/49] [Booklet
includes synopsis and production photos, but NL] Side 4: Welitsch: interview (3/12/49); Arias
from Don Giovanni(3) & Aida(2) from live performances, 1950 & 1951. MRF 1(2). A- ............... 18.00
278. STRAUSS: Wanderers Sturmlied, Op.14. BRUCKNER: Psalms #112 & #150. Ceska, soprano
(in Bruckner); Swoboda/Vienna Sym & Academy Ch Cho (in all). West W-9600. A- ................. 4.00
279.*SZYMANOWSKI: King Roger. Hiolski; Rumowska; Nikodem; Dabrowski;
Mierzejeweski/Warsaw Opera. Aurora AUR-5061/2(2). A- ........................................................ 9.00
280.*SZYMANOWSKI: Stabat Mater; Litania to the Virgin Mary; Demeter. Gadulanka; Rappe;
Hiolski; Wit/Polish Radio Orch & Cho. [dig; DMM] Electrola 27 0027 1. A- to A...................... 7.00
281.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Queen of Spades. Arkhipova; Levko; Khaikin/Bolshoi. Mel-Angel SRD4104(4). A- .................................................................................................................................. 16.00
282.*THEODORAKIS: Canto General. Farantouri; Pandis; Composer/Percussions of Strasbourg;
French National Cho. [Greek-only texts and notes] Peters DPI-506/7(2). A-(minor album
scuffs) ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
283.+THEODORAKIS: The Ballad of Mauthausen; Six Songs. Maria Farandouri; Composer/Orch.
Greek EMI 14C-062-70204. A- ................................................................................................... 12.00
284.*THOMAS (Kurt; 1904-73): Mass in a. HEINRICH KAMINSKI (1886-1946): Psalm 130.
Fruhhaber; Belician; Altmeyer; Bremsteller/Capella St. Crucis Hannover. DGG /
Leuenhagen & Paris 2891 266. A- to A ........................................................................................ 10.00
285. THOMAS: Hamlet. Dubuc; Portanier; Delvaux; Cooleman; Bert; Cuyckens/Royal Opera,
Ghent. [Live, 1968; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 442(2). B ............................... 14.00
286. THOMAS: Mignon. Moizan; Michaeu; Sebastian/Belgian Ntnl Orch. Richmond RS-63014(3).
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 11.00
287.*VANGELIS O. PAPATHANASSIOU: Earth. Composer/Aphrodite's Child (chamber group
with vocals). Vertigo 6499 693. A- to A ........................................................................................ 9.00
288.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: On Wenlock Edge. BUTTERWORTH: Love Blows as the Wind
Blows. ELGAR: Pleading; Three Songs, Op.59; Two Songs, Op.60. Tear, tenor;
Handley/City of Birmingham Sym. EMI ASD-3896. A- to A ................................................... 11.00
289.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Songs of Travel (Allen, baritone); On Wenlock Edge (Tear, tenor).
Rattle/City of Birmingham Sym. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38089. A- to A(demo copy) ................. 6.00
290. VERDI: Alzira. Zeani; Cecchele; MacNeil; Cava; Capuana/Rome Opera. [Live; 3-16-67; with
illustrated program book but NL] MRF 8(2). A-........................................................................... 18.00
291.*VERDI: Aroldo. Caballe; Cecchele; Lebherz; J.Pons; Manno; Queler/Opera Orchestra &
Oratorio Society of New York; Westchester Choral Soc. [Live; Carnegie Hall; 4/8/79] Col
M3X-35906(3). A-....................................................................................................................... 10.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire - continued
292.*VERDI: Aroldo. Caballe; Cecchele; Lebherz; J.Pons; Manno; Queler/Opera Orchestra &
Oratorio Society of New York; Westchester Choral Soc. [Live; Carnegie Hall; 4/8/79] CBS
79328(3). A- to A(lovely German pressing) .................................................................................. 20.00
293.*VERDI: Ballo in Maschera. Pavarotti; Tebaldi; Milnes; Resnik; Donath; Bartoletti/ASCR.
London OSA-1398(3). FS(c/c) ..................................................................................................... 16.00
294. VERDI: Die Sizilianische Vesper (I Vespri Siciliani sung in German). Cunitz; Rosvaenge;
Schlusnus; von Rohr; Heimpel; Welter; Schroeder/Hessian Radio Orch & Cho. [rec1951;
German-only notes; NL] DGG LPEM-19244/46(3). A- to A ........................................................ 32.00
295.*VERDI: Four Sacred Pieces. Baker; Giulini/PO & Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-36125. A- ................ 6.00
296. VERDI: Gerusalemme. Gencer; Aragall; Guelfi; Gavazzeni/Teatro la Fenice, Venice. [Live; 924-63; includes libretto booklet with notes, synopsis & many production photos] MRF 89(2).
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 27.00
297. VERDI: Giovanna d'Arco. Tebaldi; Bergonzi; Panerai; Scarinci; Susca; Simonetto/Teatro La
Fenice, Venice. [Live, 1951] MRF 90(2). A-(missing booklet) .................................................... 11.00
298. VERDI: I Due Foscari. Gencer; Guelfi; Picchi; Maddalena; Begali; Serafin/Teatro "La Fenice,"
Venice. [Live, 1957; NL] Melodram MEL-465(2). A- to A.......................................................... 15.00
299. VERDI: I Masnadieri. Limarilli; Malaspina; Giaiotti; Mannino/RAI. [Live, Turin, 6-11-71] MRF
86(2). A- ...................................................................................................................................... 19.00
300.*VERDI: I Masnadieri. Caballe; Bergonzi; Cappuccilli; Raimondi; Gardelli/NPO. Phil 6703
064(3). A- to A ............................................................................................................................ 15.00
301. VERDI: I Vespri Siciliani. Caballe; Domingo; Bordoni; Diaz; Queler/Gran Teatro del Liceo,
Barcelona. [Live; 1974; booklet includes synopsis, notes & full Italian/English libretto] SIDE
6: Don Giovanni (three scenes; Caballe; Ghiuselev; Gimenez; Ganzarolli; Sebastian/Liceo,
Barcelona; live, 1975). MRF 128(3). A- ...................................................................................... 30.00
302.*VERDI: I Vespri Siciliani. Arroyo; Domingo; Milnes; Raimondi; Levine/NPO. RCA ARL40370(4). A- .................................................................................................................................. 15.00
303. VERDI: Il Corsaro. Gulin; Ricciarelli; Casallato; Bruson; Lopez-Cobos/Teatro La Fenice,
Venice [live; 1971, Germany]. Side 4 fillers: Ricciarelli arias/scenes fr Giovanna(3); live,
Rome Opera, 1972. MRF 95(2). A-.............................................................................................. 22.00
304. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Merli; Scacciati; Zinetti; Molinari; Zambelli; Molajoli/Milan Sym; La
Scala Chorus. [rec 1930; LP transfers by A.C.Griffith; notes & libretto in Italian only] Italian
EMI 3C153-03024/25(2). A- ....................................................................................................... 16.00
305. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Bjoerling; Castagna; Greco; Valentino; Moscona; Calusio/unnamed
company. [Live, 1941; NL] Robin Hood RHR-509-B(2). A- ....................................................... 20.00
306.*VERDI: Battaglia di Legnano. Ricciarelli; Carreras; Gardelli/Austrian Radio. Phil 6700120(2).
A- to A ........................................................................................................................................ 12.00
307. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Milanov; del Monaco; Warren; Wilderman; Herbert/Unnamed
company (must be the Met). [live, 1953; NL; blank covers] Unique Opera UORC-222(3). A(nice copy!) .................................................................................................................................. 24.00
308. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Callas; Tucker; Rossi-Lemeni; Serafin/La Scala. Seraphim IC6088(3). A- .................................................................................................................................. 15.00
309.*VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Price; Tucker; Merrill; Verrett; Tozzi; Flagello; Schippers/RCA
Italiana. [Mohr; Salvatore] RCA LSC-6413(4). A- ..................................................................... 18.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire - continued
310. VERDI: La Traviata. Scotto; Pavarotti; Glossop; Cillario/ROHCG. [1965; NL] G.F.C. GFC023/24(2). FS ................................................................................................................................. 8.00
311. VERDI: La Traviata. Callas; Kraus; Sereni; Anini; Ghione/San Carlos Opera House, Lisbon.
[Live, 3-27-58] Angel ZBX-3910(2). A- ...................................................................................... 14.00
312. VERDI: La Traviata. Callas; Di Stefano; Bastianini; Giulini/La Scala. [Live, 1955; NL but
lovely 8 1/2 x 11' booklet w/synopsis & three or four dozen fine production photos, most inc
Callas] MRF 87(2). A-- ................................................................................................................ 20.00
313. VERDI: La Traviata. Caniglia; Gigli; Basiola; Cimaro/Unidentified Co. [1939; NL] MDP
009(2). A- .................................................................................................................................... 16.00
314.*VERDI: Luisa Miller. Ricciarelli; Domingo; Bruson; Maazel/ROHCG. DGG 2709 096(3). Ato A(c/c) ...................................................................................................................................... 11.00
315. VERDI: Macbeth. Cappuccilli; Ghiaurov; Verrett; Abbado/La Scala. [live, 1975; NL] VIPS
Opera 1(3). A- ............................................................................................................................. 19.00
316.*VERDI: Macbeth. Milnes; Cossotto; Carreras; Muti/NPO. [DMM; drm] Angel AVB-34058(2).
A- to A ........................................................................................................................................ 12.00
317. VERDI: Macbeth. Callas; Mascherini; Penno; De Sabata/La Scala. [Live, 1952; NL] BJR
117(3). A- .................................................................................................................................... 18.00
318. VERDI: Nabucco. Bastianini; Vinco; Parutto; Ottolini; Rota; Bartoletti/MMF. [Live, 1961;
libretto Italian only] Replica ARPL-32497(3). A- to A ................................................................. 23.00
319. VERDI: Nabucco. MacNeil; Rysanek; Elias; Siepi; Schippers/Met Opera. [Live, 1960] Side 6:
Rysanek in Macbeth arias [Munich, 1953]. [libretto in Italian only] Melodram MEL-042(3).
A- to A ........................................................................................................................................ 27.00
320. VERDI: Oberto, Conte di San Bonifacio. Caniglia; Nicolai; Poggi; Pasero; Simonetto/RAI
Turin. [Live, 1951; no notes; NL (as issued)] HRE V-801(3). A- ................................................ 15.00
321.*VERDI: Otello. Vickers; Freni; Glossop; Senechal; Van Dam; Karajan/BPO; Berlin Opera
Cho. Angel SCLX-3809(3). A- .................................................................................................... 11.00
322. VERDI: Otello. Domingo; Freni; Cappuccilli; Ciannella; Carlos Kleiber/La Scala [Live, 1976;
NL] Curtain Call 302(2). A- ......................................................................................................... 20.00
323. VERDI: Requiem. Tebaldi; Rankin; Prandelli; Rossi-Lemeni; De Sabata/La Scala. [Live; January
27, 1951] Fonit Cetra DOC-32(2). A- to A .................................................................................. 16.00
324. VERDI: Requiem. Rysanek; Resnik; Lloyd; Tozzi; Reiner/CSO; Cho. [Jacket states Chicago
Lyric Opera, but this was actually a CSO concert from April 3, 1958; this Italian issue probably
derives from an aircheck of a WBAI broadcast of the concert in New York] Melodram MEL238(2). A- to A ............................................................................................................................ 41.00
325.*VERDI: Requiem. Vartenissian; Cossotto; Fernandi; Christoff; Serafin/Rome Opera House.
EMI SREG-2042/3(2). A- ............................................................................................................ 20.00
326.*VERDI: Rigoletto. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Milnes; Talvela; Tourangeau; Te Kanawa;
Bonynge/LSO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. London OSA-13105(3). A- ......................................... 16.00
327. VERDI: Rigoletto. Scotto; Paskalis; Pavarotti; Bartoluzzi; Washington; Clabassi; Giulini/Rome
Opera. [Live; November 19, 1966] Side 6: Arias from Rigoletto by Bjoerling and Warren
(Sodero/Orch; 1945). Carnegie Hall, 1/17/1968; no libretto or notes] Estro Armonico EA020(3). A-(box has tape repair) .................................................................................................... 24.00
328. VERDI: Rigoletto. Stracciari; Capsir; Borgioli; Dominici; Bassi; Molajoli/La Scala. [recorded
c.1929; with essay by Alan Blyth, but NL] Pearl GEMM-177/8(2). A- ......................................... 18.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire - continued
329. VERDI: Simon Boccanegra. Warren; Tucker; Varnay; Valdengo; Stiedry/Unnamed Company.
[Live, 1950; no notes or libretto] Robin Hood RHR-506-B(2). A-................................................ 20.00
330.*VERDI: Stiffelio. Carreras; Sass; Manuguerra; Ganzarolli; Gardelli/Vienna Radio Orch & Cho.
Philips 6769 039(2). A- to A ........................................................................................................ 16.00
331. VOGLER: (Georg Joseph; 1749-1814): Gustav Adolf Och Ebba Brahe. Andersson; Blanc;
Johansson; Hallin; Kleimert; Farncombe/Swedish Royal Opera. [Live, 1973; usual fine MRF
booklet contains notes, synopsis, illustrations & complete libretto] Side 6: Songs & Arias by
Vogler's pupils: Africaine (Caballe/Domingo; 1978); Euryanthe (Sutherland; 2 arias; 1955);
Meyerbeer song (Sills; 1972). MRF 156(3). A-(half dozen tiny nicks cause brief loud tks) ............ 11.00
332.*WAGNER: Das Liebesmahl der Apostel (The Feast of Pentecost). BRUCKNER: Helgoland.
Morris/Symphonica of London; Cho. Peters PLE-043. A-(s/s)........................................................ 9.00
333.*WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Adam; Donath; Kollo; Evans; Hesse; Schreier; Ridderbusch;
Kelemen; Moll; Karajan/Dresden State Orch. [in lovely heavy album with outside slipsleeve]
Angel SEL-3776(5). A- ................................................................................................................ 19.00
334. WAGNER: Die Walkure. Modl; Suthaus; Rysanek; Frantz; Frick; Klose; Furtwangler/VPO.
Seraphim IE-6012(5). A-.............................................................................................................. 19.00
335.*WAGNER: Flying Dutchman. Adam; Silja; Talvela; Unger; Kozub; Klemperer/NPO; BBC
Cho. Angel SCL-3730(3). A- ....................................................................................................... 11.00
336.*WAGNER: Lohengrin. Kollo; Tomowa-Sintow; Nimsgern; Vejzovic; Ridderbusch; Kerns;
Karajan/BPO; Berlin Opera Cho. Angel SELX-3829(5). A- .................................................... 13.00
337.*WAGNER: Lohengrin. King; Janowitz; Jones; Stewart; Ridderbusch; Kubelik/BVRS & Cho.
DGG 2713 005(5). A- to A(c/c) ................................................................................................... 13.00
338. WAGNER: Lohengrin. Maison; Kipnis; Hoerner; Lawrence; Busch/Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires
(live, 1936). Side 8: Act 3 Prelude & Love Duet (Traubel; Melchior; Busch/NYP (live,
1947). [Insert with photos, but NL] Melodram MEL-310(4). A- to A .......................................... 32.00
339.*WAGNER: Love-Feast of the Apostles; Siegfried Idyll (Original Chamber Version).
Boulez/NYP; Westminster Choir. Col M-35131. A- .................................................................... 8.00
340.*WAGNER: Parsifal. King; Jones; Crass; Stewart; McIntyre; Boulez/Bayreuth Festival, 1970.
DGG 2713 004(5). A- to A(c/c) ................................................................................................... 15.00
341.*WAGNER: Tannhauser (Paris version). Kollo; Dernesch; Ludwig; Braun; Sotin; Hollweg;
Bailey; Equiluz; Solti/VPO; Chos. London OSA-1438(4). A-...................................................... 18.00
342. WAGNER: Tannhauser. Melchior; Flagstad; List; Darcy; Janssen; Thorborg; Harrell;
Leinsdorf/Unnamed Company. [Live, 1941; presumably the Met; in blank box without notes
or libretto] Die Goldene Aera Richard Wagners GAW-300(3). B+ to A- ...................................... 36.00
343. WAGNER: Tannhauser. Melchior; Varnay; Lawrence; Kipnis; Huehn; Harrell; Darcy; Garris;
Breisach/Unidentified Company. [Live; blank jackets; NL] Unique Opera UORC-168(3).
B+(brief lgt tks beg sd 1) .............................................................................................................. 25.00
344. WAGNER: The Ring of the Nibelung (complete). Svanholm; Lorenz; Flagstad; Frantz;
Pernerstorfer; Hongen; Weber; Herrmann; Konetzni; Markwort; Treptow; Steingruber;
Wagner; Wegener Furtwangler/La Scala. [Recorded live; March & April, 1950. Each opera
is in its own box, with notes in both Italian and English, along with photos and German-only
libretto, all enclosed in an oversize slipcase.] Fonit Cetra CFE-101(18). A- to A.......................... 100.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire - continued
345.*WAGNER: Tristan & Isolde (excerpts: Act 2 - Prelude & Love Duet; Act 3 - Tristan's Death &
Liebestod). Farrell; Thomas; Bernstein/Unnamed Orch. [Live; 2-26-69] FWR 69. A- ............. 25.00
346. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde. Flagstad; Thebom; Suthaus; Greindl; Fischer-Dieskau; Schock;
Furtwangler/PO. [blue labels] Angel 3588(5). A- ....................................................................... 13.00
347. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde. Nilsson; Windgassen; Hoffmann; Neidlinger; Rodzinski/MMF.
[Live; May, 1957; includes English notes, but libretto in German only] Fonit Cetra DOC-20(4).
A- to A ........................................................................................................................................ 13.00
348.*WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde. Mitchinson; Gray; Wilkins; Joll; Howell; Goodall/Welsh
National Opera. [dig; Dutch pressing] London LDR-75001(5). A- to A...................................... 13.00
349. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde. Flagstad; Melchior; Janssen; Kalter; List; Reiner/ROHCG [Live;
May, 1936; NL; blank box] Golden Age of Opera EJS 465(4). B++ ............................................. 20.00
350.*WEBER: Der Freischutz. Prey; Grummer; Otto; Schock; Frick; Kohn; Keilberth/BPO; Berlin
Opera Cho. Seraphim SIB-6010(2). A- ....................................................................................... 12.00
351.*WEBER: Euryanthe. Kubiak; Bible; W. Lewis; Howard; Scherman/Unnamed Company.
[Live; date not given; illustrated booklet enclosed with notes & libretto] BJR S-120(3). A- .......... 14.00
352.*WEBER: Oberon. Nilsson; Hamari; Domingo; Prey; Grobe; Schiml; Auger; Kubelik/BVRS &
Cho. DGG 2709 035(3). A- to A ................................................................................................. 18.00
353.*WEBER: Oberon. Nilsson; Grobe; Domingo; Prey; Hamari; Kubelik/BVRS & Cho. DGG 2726
052(2). A- to A(great Kubelik portrait in fold-open album) .......................................................... 12.00
354.*WEILL: The Three-Penny Opera (Lenya; Schellow; Koczian; Bruckner-Ruggeberg/Sender
Freies Orch, Berlin; Arndt Cho); Nine Berlin Theatre Songs (Lenya; Bean/Orch; at least
some of these are either mono or electronic stereo). [German pressings] Col M2-37864(2). Ato A ............................................................................................................................................. 10.00
355.*ZANDONAI: Francesca da Rimini. Kabaivanska; Domingo; Managuerra; Queler/Orch; Schola
Cantorum. [lovely booklet includes notes, synopsis and complete libretto] BJR S-137(3). A ....... 25.00
356.*ZEMLINSKY: Eine Florentinische Tragodie. von Osten; Gotz; Demitz; Pleyer/Teatro La
Fenice. [English notes, libretto German/Italian only] Fonit Cetra LMA-3010. A- ........................... 7.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Highlights
357. BELLINI: I Puritani (exc). Gencer; Raimondi; Mazzoli; Quadri/Teatre Colon, Buenos Aires.
[Live, 1961] Rodolphe RP-12710. A-............................................................................................. 8.00
358. BELLINI: I Puritani (exc). Sills; Pavarotti; Plishka; Quilco; Paul; Guadagno/Unnamed
Company. Private Pur-1. A- ........................................................................................................ 11.00
359. BIZET: Carmen (exc). Djanel; Jobin; Warren; Alvary; Harrell; Votipka; Beecham/Unnamed
company. [Label indicates live performance in Chicago, 1943. It is clearly the Metropolitan;
perhaps they toured to Chicago? NL; blank jacket] Unique Opera UORC-289. A-........................ 12.00
360. CATALANI: Dejanice (exc). Di Rocco; Bertoli; Ferraro; Matragna; Gaetani; Belardinelli/Orch.
[Live; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 472. B++ ..................................................... 11.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Highlights - continued
361. GIORDANO: Andrea Chenier (exc). Tebaldi; Del Monaco; De Sabata/La Scala. [live; March 6,
1949] Fonit Cetra DOC-42. A- to A............................................................................................... 6.00
362. GOUNOD: Faust (exc). Koslovsky; Gmyrya; Khaikin/Bolshoi Theatre. [10-inch] Melodiya 335508-09. A- ................................................................................................................................. 11.00
363.*GOUNOD: Faust (exc). Sills; Treigle; Molese; Rudel/Unnamed Company (presumably NYC
Opera). [Live, 1968] MGS 105. A- ................................................................................................ 9.00
364.*HENZE: Elegy for Young Lovers (exc). Fischer-Dieskau; Hemsly; Modl; Driscoll; Dubin;
Henze/Berlin Radio. [Grand Prix du Disque] [tulip labels] DGG SLPM-138 876. A- to A .......... 14.00
365. HUMPERDINCK: Hansel & Gretel (exc). Schwarzkopf; Grummer; Karajan/PO. EMI 33CXZ1819. A--(AUTOGRAPHED BY SCHWARZKOPF in bold gray ink) ......................................... 13.00
366. LALO: Le Roi d'Ys (exc). Micheau; Gorr; Borthayre; Legay; Savignol; Mars; Rallier;
Cluytens/ORTF & Cho. [notes in French only] French Columbia FCX-30,187. A- ....................... 9.00
367.*LEHAR: Merry Widow (exc; in English). Della Casa; Reardon; Davis; Hurley; Allers/American
Opera Soc. Col OS-2280. A-("2-eyes" labels)................................................................................ 8.00
368. MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godounov (excerpts). Rossi-Lemeni; Stokowski/San Francisco Sym;
San Francisco Opera Chorus. RCA LM-1764. B++/A-- ............................................................ 14.00
369.*MUSSORGSKY: Khovantschina (exc). Levko; Reshetin; Andrushchenko; Miglau; Sokolov;
Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre. Melodiya 33C10-05781-82. A- .............................................................. 9.00
370. PUCCINI: La Boheme (exc). Sayao; Martini; Brownlee; Lazzri; Cehanovsky;
Sodero/unidentified company. [Live, 1944; bl cov; NL; original sources are not quiet]
Unique Opera UORC-140. A- ........................................................................................................ 9.00
371. PUCCINI: Madama Butterfly - "The Met's First Butterfly." Arias by members of 1st cast, rec
1907-1916: Farrar, Caruso, Scotti, Homer. RCA VIC-1600. A- ................................................. 8.00
372. PUCCINI: Turandot - Excerpts from 1937 Covent Garden performance (Martinelli in his only
appearance as Calaf; Albanese; Barbirolli); plus Turandot arias sung by Eva Turner,
Albanese, Zamboni(2; the first Liu); also brief interviews with Martinelli and Rosa Raisa
(had the title role in world premiere). Legendary LR-110. A- ....................................................... 12.00
373.*VERDI: Il Trovatore. Bonisolli; Kabaivanska; Cortez; Zancanaro; Bartoletti/Berlin State
Opera. [German-only notes] Acanta 40.23 547. A- to A ................................................................ 7.00
374.*VERDI: La Forza del Destino (exc). Corena; Guerrini; Campora; Parodi/La Scala. Urania US57175. B+ ...................................................................................................................................... 7.00
375. VERDI: Otello (exc). Del Monaco; Cavalli; Gobbi; Capuana/Rome Opera. [live, 12-26-60;
Italian-only notes] I Gioelli della Lirica GDL 15. A- ....................................................................... 6.00
376. VERDI: Otello (exc). Del Monaco; Petrella; Taddei; de Fabritiis/Palacio de Belles Artes,
Mexico City. [Live; June 20, 1951; bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-288. A--.................................. 11.00
377. WAGNER: Die Walkure (exc). Melchior; Varnay; Traubel; Thorborg; Schorr; Leinsdorf/Orch.
[Live, 1941; NL; blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera EJS 543. B+ ............................................... 10.00
378. WAGNER: Lohengrin (exc). Flagstad; Maison; Branzel; Hofmann; "de" Abravanel/Unnamed
Co. [Live; NL; bl cov] Golden Age of Opera EJS 557. B+ ........................................................... 10.00
379. WAGNER: Parsifal (exc). Vinay; Modl; Knappertsbusch/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1956;
Italian-only notes] I Gioielli della Lirica GDL 43. A- ...................................................................... 6.00
380.*WAGNER: Parsifal (exc). Minton; Goldberg; Schone; Lloyd; Haugland; Jordan/Monte-Carlo
Phil; Prague Philharmonic Cho. [dig] [from film, c.1982] Erato NUM-75037. A- ....................... 6.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Highlights - continued
381. WAGNER: Parsifal (exc). Vinay; Modl; Knappertsbusch/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1956;
Italian-only notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 43. A- .............................................................................. 9.00
382. WAGNER: Tannhauser (exc). Vinay; Fischer-Dieskau; Brouwenstijn; Keilberth/Bayreuth
Festival. [Live, 1954; Italian-only notes] I Gioielli della Lirica GDL 27. A- to A ............................ 6.00
383. WAGNER: Tannhauser (exc). Melchior; Traubel; Thorborg; Janssen; Kipnis; Szell/unidentified
company. [Live, 1942; NL; blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera EJS 544. B+ ................................ 9.00
384. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde (exc). Traubel; Melchior; Thorborg; Kipnis; Huehn;
Leinsdorf/Orch. [Live; no date given; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 556(2).
B+(very fine pressing for EJS!) .................................................................................................... 24.00
385. WAGNER: Walkure (Act I plus Wotan's Farewell & Magic Fire Music). Lorenz; Teschemacher;
Bohme; Elmendorff/Dresden Staatskapelle. [Austrian issue; German notes; NL] Private
0120 015/6(2). A- ........................................................................................................................ 20.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections
386. 100 YEARS OF BAYREUTH: Recordings made from 1907-1966 of arias featuring Destinn,
Knupfer, Soomer, Onegin, Mayr, Schorr, Melchior, Branzell, Leider, Volker, von Manowarda,
Klose, Lorenz, Hotter, Windgassen, Rysanek, Varnay, Greindl & Nilsson. DGG 2721 115(2).
A- to A ........................................................................................................................................
387. 100 YEARS OF GREAT MET ARTISTS: The Early Years: 1883-1908. Commercial recordings
of singers in arias from roles they sang at the Met: Ancona, Bispham, Burrian, Calve,
Campanari, Caruso, Chaliapin, De Lucia, De Lussan, De Reszke, Eames, Farrar, Gadski,
Homer, Journet, Lehmann, Mantelli, Maurel, Melba, Nordiac, Patti, Plancon, SchumannHeink, Scotti, Sembrich, Tamagno, Van Rooy & Witherspoon. In fold-open album with 8page booklet of texts with photos and notes on each soloist and recording. Sold by
subscription only. Metropolitan Opera-MET-401(2). A- ...............................................................
388. 100 YEARS OF GREAT MET ARTISTS: The Gatti-Casazza Years I: 1908-1921. Commercial
recordings of singers in arias from roles they sang at the Met: Alda, Amato, Bonci, Bori,
Caruso, Clement, DeLuca, Destinn, Didur, Easton, Farrar, Fremstad, Gadski, Gigli, Hempel,
Homer, Jadlowker, Mardones, Martinelli, McCormack, Muzio, Ober, Ponselle, Schumann,
Scotti, Slezak, Tetrazzini, Urlus & Whitehall. In fold-open album with 8-page booklet of texts
with photos and notes on each soloist and recording. Sold by subscription only. Metropolitan
Opera-MET-402(2). A- ................................................................................................................
389. 100 YEARS OF GREAT MET ARTISTS: The Johnson Years: 1935-1950. Commercial
recordings of singers in arias from roles they sang at the Met: Albanese, Baccaloni, Bjoerling,
Di Stefano, Flagstad, Janssen, Jobin, Kipnis, Kirsten, Kullman, Martinelli, Melchior, Merrill,
Milanov, Novotna, Peerce, Pinza, Pons, Sayao, Singher, Steber, Stevens, Tagliavini, Thorborg,
Tibbett, Traubel, Tucker, Varnay, Warren & Welitch. In fold-open album with 8-page booklet
of texts with photos and notes on each soloist and recording. Sold by subscription only.
Metropolitan Opera-MET-404(2). A- ...........................................................................................
12.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections - continued
390.*100 YEARS OF GREAT MET ARTISTS: The Bing Years I: 1950-1961. Commercial
recordings (one disc mono, one stereo) of singers in arias from roles they sang at the Met:
Albanese, Bastianini, Bergonzi, Bjoerling, Callas, Della Casa, Corelli, Corena, Del Monaco, De
Los Angeles, Elias, Gedda, Gueden, Hines, London, Merrill, Milanov, Moffo, Nilsson, Peters,
Price, Resnik, Rysanek, Siepi, Simionato, Steber, Stevens, Tebaldi, Thebom, Tozzi, Tucker,
Valletti, Vickers & Warren. In fold-open album with 8-page booklet of texts with photos and
notes on each soloist and recording. Sold by subscription only. Metropolitan Opera-MET405(2). A- .................................................................................................................................... 20.00
391.*100 YEARS OF GREAT MET ARTISTS: Completing the Century: 1972-1983. Commercial
recordings of singers in arias from roles they sang at the Met: Arroyo, Behrens, Blegen,
Caballe, Carreras, Cossotto, Cotrubas, Crespin, Domingo, Horne, King, Marton, Milnes, Moll,
Pavarotti, Raimondi, Ricciarelli, Scotto, Sills, Sutherland, Talvela, Te Kanawa, Troyanos, Van
Dam, Verrett, Von Stade & Weilk. Fold-open album; 8-page booklet of texts w/photos &
notes on each soloist & recording. Sold by subscription only. Metropolitan Opera-MET407(2). A- .................................................................................................................................... 20.00
392.*AMERICA SINGS, VOLUME 1: Founding Years (1620-1800). Music from the Ainsworth &
Bay Psalters; 18th Century American Tune Books; Works of Billings, Morgan, Brownson,
Ingalls, Stevenson, Selby, Dencke, Herbst, J.F. and S. Peter, Law, Hopkinson (inc one full side
devoted to his Eight Songs for Solo Voice & Keyboard), Van Hagen, Belknap, Read, Kelly,
etc. Gregg Smith Singers. Vox SVBX-5350(3). A- .................................................................... 18.00
393.*AMERICAN-JEWISH ART SONGS: Works of L.Weiner(6), Chajes(3), Helfman(4),
Neumann(2), Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Stern(2), Gideon, Wyner, Bernstein, Fromm. Pauline
Stark, soprano; Nadine Stark, piano. Spectrum SR-328. FS ....................................................... 10.00
394. ARIAS & SONGS: Turner (Gioconda); De Muro Lomanto (Favorita); Lazaro (Osma); Groh
(Opernball); Di Stefano (Denza); Nemeth (Tote Stadt); Melchior (Africana); Nash (Judas);
Thill (Caccini); Roswaenge (Fidelio). [Private issue by Discount Records, Chicago; 1964] Cum
Laude KM-1002. A-- ................................................................................................................... 10.00
395.*CHICAGO ARCHDIOCESAN CHORAL FESTIVAL 1974: Alexander Peloquin conducts 650
voices at Holy Name Cathedral, Chicago; May 19, 1974. Works of Peloquin(3), Proulx(2),
Gallus, Vaughan Williams, etc. Principal Celebrant: John Cardinal Cody. Basement Records
NRS-74004. A- ............................................................................................................................ 11.00
396. COLLECTOR's SHOWCASE: From Max de Schauensee's collection. Dupre(Tales),
Luart(Manon), Brothier(Mireille), Musy(Mireille), Rouard(Herodiade), Balguerie(Ariane),
Juyol(Roi d'Ys), Gall(Louise), Lafont(Louise); Corney(Cigales; Amour d'Antan); Thill(de
Fay); Raveau(Rousseau). Club 99 CL507. A- ............................................................................... 10.00
397. COLLECTOR's SHOWCASE: Selections from William Violi's collection. Arias sung by
Supervia, Gange, Easton, Zaporojetz, Wittrisch, Caniglia, Pederzini, Anderson, Vendrell,
Albanese(2), Tauber, dal Monte, Crabbe, Sari, Schipa, Schumann-Heink & Kipnis. Club 99
CL-99-508. A- ............................................................................................................................... 4.00
398. ECHOES OF THE GOLDEN AGE: Fifteen selections from the Mapleson Cylinders, recorded at
the Metropolitan Opera, 1901-1903: Fille, Traviata(2), Pag, Huguenots(2), Tristan, Lohengrin,
Walkure, Siegfried(2), Faust(3), Africaine. [with nice photo of Mapleson; 10-inch]
International Record Collectors' Club IRCC L-7006. A- ............................................................... 11.00
399. ELECTRIC RECORDING BY RUSSIAN ARTISTS OF THE ACOUSTIC ERA: Medea MeiFigner, Dmitri Smirnov, Vladimir Kastorskiy, Antonina Nezhdanova, Anna Meichik,
Pavel Andreyev. OASI 598. A- ................................................................................................... 12.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections - continued
400. FAVORITES OF GELINEAU PSALMODY: Twelve Psalms. Alexander Peloquin/Peloquin
Chorale; Instrumental Ens. Gregorian Institute of America M-111. B to B+(varies) ..................
401. GOLDEN VOICES IN LIGHT MUSIC: Bori, Gluck, Rethberg, Schumann-Heink, Pinza, Caruso,
Galli-Curci, McCormack, Gluck/Homer, Pons, Peerce, Ponselle. [SD labels] RCA LM-2627.
A- ................................................................................................................................................
402. ITALIAN TENORS OF THE 1920's: Vol.1: Giuseppe Radaelli, Ettore Bergamaschi, Ettore
Parmeggiani(2), Giovanni Chiaia, Giovanni Voyer(2), Guido Volpi(2), Piero Menescaldi,
Giuseppe Paganelli, Giuseppe Garutti, Angelo Bendinelli, Ismaele Voltolini, Carmelo
Alabiso , Nino Piccluga. Rubini GV-549. A-...............................................................................
403. ITALIAN TENORS OF THE 1920's: Vol.3: Alessandro Granda(3), Nino Ederle(2), Arturo
Ferrara(2), Silvio Costa Lo Giudice, Cristy Solari, Giovanni Manuritta, Paolo Civil,
Aroldo Lindi. Rubini GV-588. A- ...............................................................................................
404. LA SCALA AT THE BOLSHOI, 1964: "Documenting the Historic Visit of the La Scala Company
to Moscow." Extended excerpts from Trovatore (Tucci, Simionato, Bergonzi, Cappuccilli);
Boheme (Freni, Raimondi, Panerai); Turandot (Nilsson, Tucci, Prevedi); two discs devoted to
Gala Concert with Tonini, piano and arias by Nilsson(2); Freni(3); Cossotto(3); Prevedi(2)
& Scotto (6: she gets a whole LP to herself!) [No notes, but sound quality is excellent & the
collection generous] HRE 340(5). A-(brief tks Boheme; otherwise lovely!) ..................................
405. METROPOLITAN OPERA: 50 Years of Guild Performances at the Met. Commercial
recordings of artists in roles they performed at Guild performances. Rethberg, Melchior,
Albanese, Steber, Stevens, Bampton, Svanholm, Traubel, Munsel, Peerce, Bjoerling,
Kirsten, Milanov, Roggero, di Stefano, Gueden, Thebom, Merrill, Amara, Hines,
Tebaldi, Stella, Rysanek, Nilsson, Moffo, Callas, Gorr, Peters, Ludwig, Vickers, Tucker,
Caballe, Milnes, Gedda, Bergonzi, Corelli, Crespin, Price, Domingo, Sills, Verrett, von
Stade, Horne, Sutherland, Scotto & Estes. [ Golden Anniversary, c.1985] Metropolitan
Opera-MET-50(3). A-..................................................................................................................
406.*OPENING NIGHTS AT THE NEW MET: Recordings of Met stars re-creating opening night
roles (NOT live performances; not w/Met Orch except Vespri overture): Antony & Cleopatra
(Price); Traviata (Caballe; Bergonzi); Adriana (Domingo); Aida (Price); Ernani (Bergonzi);
Don Carlo & Otello (Domingo; Milnes); Trovatore (Domingo; Price); Vespri Overture
(Levine). [drm] RCA ARL1-4856. A-(c/c) ..................................................................................
407. PRAGUE NATIONAL THEATRE: Opera in Prague. With handsome 26-page illustrated
booklet; one disc of exc from Don Giovanni, Otello, Meistersinger, Boris, Libuse, Rusalka,
Jenufa & Bride of Messina; second LP is devoted to Singers of the Past (Burian,
Deistinnova, Marak, Zitek, Berlik, Zikova) and Contemporary Singers (Krasova, Blachut,
Tikalova, Bednar, Zidek, Haken, Joran). Supraphon SUA-10413/14(2). A- .............................
408. ROYAL OPERA HOUSE: COVENT GARDEN: Historical Recordings of Actual
Performances. Mefistofele (Bellezza; 1936); Boheme (Bellezza, 1926); Melba's Farewell
(Bellezza; 1926); Otello (Bellezza, 1926); Faust (Goossens, 1928); Boris (Bellezza, 1928);
Meistersinger (Beecham, 1936); Gotterdammerung (Beecham, 1936). [Includes several
items previously unpublished; nice 27-page booklet with photos, notes and texts] EMI RLS742(3). A- to A ............................................................................................................................
11.00
12.00
15.00
15.00
28.00
25.00
12.00
19.00
20.00
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409.*SOLOISTS FROM THE WARSAW OPERA: Andrzej Hiolski, baritone (Don Giovanni, Ballo,
Chenier); Alina Bolechowska, soprano (Forza, Butterfly); Bogdan Paprocki, tenor (Carmen,
Boheme); Edmund Kossowski, bass (Don Giovanni, Don Carlos). Mierzejewski/Berlin
Radio Orchestra. [tulip labels] DGG 136 014. A- to A ............................................................... 22.00
410.*SONGS OF WALES: Eleven traditional airs arranged by Robert Docker. Evans, baritone;
Kinney, soprano; Korchinska, harp; Docker/Tryfan Octet. Qualiton (British, not Hungarian)
Daffodil DAF-R-201. A- .............................................................................................................. 11.00
411. TEN GREAT SINGERS: 5-disc set devotes one side to each singer: CARUSO (Trovatore, Elisir,
Rigoletto, Aida, Pag, Cid, Juive, 1 song); GIGLI (Lucia, Traviata, Manon Lescaut, Tosca, 4
songs); TIBBETT (Ballo, Faust, Barber, Carmen, Emperor Jones, Otello); McCORMACK
(Don Giovanni, Manon, Joseph, 4 songs); GALLI-CURCI (Dinorah, Puritani, Pasquale,
Traviata, 2 songs); PINZA (Figaro, Giovanni, Flute, Norma, Don Carlo, Ernani, Juive, Faust);
PONS (Lucia, Rigoletto, Barber, Lakme, 1 song); PONSELLE (Vestale, Gioconda, Aida,
Norma); RETHBERG (Faust, Dutchman, Ballo, Otello, Boccaccio, Fledermaus); FLAGSTAD
(Oberon, Fidelio, Ah! Perfido). [With 12-page booklet in handsome slipcase; little or no sound
from small superficial marks side 1; the rest are absolutely pristine] [SD labels] RCA LM6705(5). A-(see preceding comments) .......................................................................................... 41.00
412. TENOR POTPOURRI (1951-52): Svanholm (Lohengrin, Aida & Meistersinger); Del Monaco
(Luisa, Ballo [with Nelli] & Juive); Bjoerling (Romeo [with Sayao] & Gioconda; Tosti song);
Conley (Manon [2; 1 w/Sayao]; Puritani). [blank jacket] Unique Opera UORC-340. A- .............. 12.00
413. THE GREAT PRIMA DONNAS: Selections sung by Olympia Boronat(3), Zelie de Lussan(4),
Felia Litvinne(3), Salome Kruszelnicka(2), Medea Mei-Figner and Blanche Marchesi.
Belcantodisc BC-205. A- ............................................................................................................. 10.00
414. TONIGHT WE SING: (arias by Pinza, Peters & Peerce from Butterfly, Boris, Traviata & Faust;
originally on the very scarce 10-inch RCA LM-7016). MELBA: (Munsel in arias from Romeo
& Juliet, Tosca, Figaro, Barber, Traviata, Fille & Lucia; three songs; originally on 10-inch
RCA LM-7012). [Two very rare 10-inch RCA operatic soundtracks reissued on this single 12inch LP; a 12-inch issue of "Melba," announced mid-1953 for LM-1754, apparently never
released)] Ariel TWS-20. A- ........................................................................................................ 16.00
415. VERDI SOPRANO ARIAS: Telarico; Suliotis; Guilin; Stella; Vitale(2); Caniglia; Tebaldi; Scotto;
Gencer; Zeani; Malaspina(2); Van Dijik. [bl cov] Golden Age of Opera EJS 576. A--(unusually
fine pressing for EJS) ..................................................................................................................... 9.00
Listings of individual Vocalists follow on the next pages 
LP's: Vocalists
416. AFFRE: (Agustarello): Arias - Faust, Huguenots, Wm Tell, Favorita, Le Cid, Armide et Renaud,
Herodiade & Le Mage. DELNA (Marie): Arias - Prophete, Samson, Vivandiere(2), Attaque
du Moulin, Miarka, Favorita, Troyens & Carmen; di Capua song. Club 99 CL-99-59. A- ............... 7.00
417. ALDA: Arias (14); Songs (2). Club 99 CL-99-45. A- ........................................................................... 5.00
418. ALDA: Vol.2: Arias (10); Songs (8). Club 99 CL-99-91. A- ................................................................ 5.00
419.*ALLEN: (Thomas): Mozart Arias - Flute(2), Giovanni(3), Figaro(4), Cosi, Zaide; Concert Arias:
K.539 & 541. Armstrong/Scottish Ch Orch. [dig; DMM] Electrola 27 0137 1. A- to A(nice
fold-open album) ............................................................................................................................ 9.00
420. AMATO: Vol.2: Arias (15); Songs (2). Court Opera CO-389. A- ........................................................ 5.00
421.*AMELING: Wolf - Goethe-Lieder(9); Keller-Lieder(6). Jansen, piano. Etcetera ETC-1003. A- to
A ................................................................................................................................................... 3.00
422.*AMELING: Wolf - From Italian Songbook; two Morike-Lieder. Baldwin, pf. Philips 802 919. Ato A(c/c) ........................................................................................................................................ 8.00
423. ANDERSON: America, Two Spirituals, Ave Maria & Favorita Aria (Rupp, piano; Lincoln
Memorial concert, 1939). Arias from Serse, Cid, Herodiade & Don Carlos (Bell Telephone
Hours, 1943-51). Arias from Reine de Saba & Norma (V-Disc, 1943). Aria from Ballo
(Mitropoulos & Peerce, 1955). Legendary LR-126. A-................................................................. 8.00
424. ANDERSON: Arias from Samson(2); songs of Schubert, Spross, Foster, Traditional, 2 spirituals
[recorded 1930's to 1951]. MAYNOR: Aria from Figaro (Live, Ormandy & Phila; 10-20-45),
Martha, Louise; 1 spiritual; songs of Bishop & Harrison (3 items from 1944 broadcast
w/Lionel Barrymore as host). Parnassus PAR-1004. A- .................................................................. 7.00
425.*ANDERSON: Nineteen Spirituals. Franz Rupp, piano. [fold-open album] A-................................... 12.00
426. ANDERSON: Songs of Schubert(2), Schumann(2), Haydn(2) & Strauss (rec 1945-7; Rupp, pf);
Brahms (3 w/Ormandy/Phila; two with Primrose, viola, 6-30-41; one with Rupp, piano, 71-41). RCA LM-2712. A- ............................................................................................................ 12.00
427. ANDERSON: Spirituals (21). Rupp, piano. RCA LM-2032. A-(lovely plum label pressing) .............. 10.00
428.*ANHEISSER: German Romantic Songs - Schubert(2), Weber, Schumann(2), Loewe(2),
Jensen(2), Mendelssohn, Brahms(3), Wolf(4), Franz(2), Strauss(2), Pftizner & Graener.
Weissenborn, piano. [German-only texts] Electrola C 063-29 077. A- to A ................................... 9.00
429.*ANHEISSER: Loewe - 14 Humorous Ballads, Cheerful Songs. Weissenborn. Electrola
C063-29035. A- to A ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
430.*ANHEISSER: Loewe Songs (14). Weissenborn, pf. [German-only notes] Electrola C 063-29
078. A- to A................................................................................................................................... 9.00
431.*ANHEISSER: Pfitzner - Eichendorff Lieder (20). Severin, piano. BASF 20 21087-1. A- .................... 9.00
432.*ANHEISSER: Reger - Thirty-two Songs from Op.76. Fischer, piano. Electrola C 065-30 143. Ato A ............................................................................................................................................... 9.00
433.*ANHEISSER: Romantic Ballades by Loewe(8), Schubert(4), Schumann(4), Jensen, Mendelssohn,
Rubinstein, Wolf & Pfitzner(3). Severin, piano. BASF 29 22077-3(2). A- to A ............................ 12.00
434.*ARAGALL: Arias - Boheme, Tosca, Manon Lescaut, Rigoletto, Trovatore, Don Carlos, Luisa
Miller, Pasquale, Adriana, Fedora, Elisir & Lucia. Rivoli/Barcelona Sym. [German notes]
Acanta 40.29.391. A- to A ........................................................................................................... 10.00
435. ARANGI LOMBARDI: (Giannina): Arias (13). [rec 1926-33] Preiser LV-267. A- .............................. 5.00
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436. ARANGI-LOMBARDI: Arias - Lombardi, Boheme, Cav, Norma, Trovatore, Ernani (w/Molinari,
Ballo (w/Molinari, Baccaloni & Bordonali) & Gioconda (w/Zinetti). OASI 508. A-................... 7.00
437. ARKHIPOVA: Arias by Tchaikovsky, Bizet, Dargomyzhsky, Cherubini, Thomas & Verdi (the
notes are in Cyrillic, so I can't tell you more than that!) Melodiya 011811-12. A-.......................... 10.00
438.*ARKHIPOVA: Excerpts from The Tsar's Bride and The Snow Maiden. Melik-Pashayev/Bolshoi
Theatre Orch. [nice cover portrait!] Melodiya C-0799-800. A- ................................................... 10.00
439.*ARKHIPOVA: Khovanshchina excerpts. [I cannot read the Cyrillic to tell you the rest of the cast]
Melodiya C10-16595-96. A- ........................................................................................................ 10.00
440.*ARKHIPOVA: Rachmaninov Songs (14). Ivary Ilya, piano.[Russian-only notes] Melodiya C1017203-4. A-(minor cover damage) ................................................................................................. 8.00
441.*ARKHIPOVA: Songs of Grechaninov, Gliere(2), Arensky(2), Ippolitov-Ivanov(3); Tchaikovsky Six Duets (Kasrashvili, soprano; Pashinsky, baritone). Melodiya 33CM-03167-68. A-............... 10.00
442.*ARKHIPOVA: Songs of Prokofiev(2), Shebalin, Sviridov(3), Zhivotov(2), Shaporin(2),
Shostakovich & Shchedrin. Pianists: Rassudova; Sviridov; Shchedrin. Melodiya 33C1007659-60. A- ............................................................................................................................... 10.00
443.*ARKHIPOVA: Songs to Pushkin Texts by Glinka, Dargomyzhsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Shaporin,
Borodin, Cui, Rubinstein, Glazounov, Gliere & Vlasov. Rassudova; Guselnikov, piano.
Melodiya 33C10-06963-64. A-..................................................................................................... 10.00
444. ARKHIPOVA: Tchaikovsky - Passion's Gone (duet with Makvala Kasrashvili); Six Romances.
Excerpts from Trovatore & Cav (Santuzza's song & Scene & Duet, with Leonova & Piavko).
Melodiya 33C10-12305-6. A- ........................................................................................................ 8.00
445.*ARKHIPOVA & PIAVKO: Duets from Trovatore & Cavalleria Rusticana. Melodiya 33CM02919-20. A- ............................................................................................................................... 10.00
446. AUMONIER: (Paul): Arias (17); Songs (6). Club 99 CL-99-107. A-.................................................... 5.00
447.*AVDEYEVA: (Larissa; mezzo-soprano): Arias - Khovanshchina(2), Sadko, Kaschei, Carmen(3),
Samson(2). Svetlanov/Bolshoi. Melodiya 33C-01013-14. A-....................................................... 10.00
448.*BAKER: Arie Amorose by Giordani, Caccini, Stradella, Sarri, Cesti, Lotti, Scarlatti(3),
Caldara(3), Bononcini, Durante, Pergolesi, Martini, Piccinni & Paisiello. Marriner/ASMF.
Philips 9500 557. A- to A............................................................................................................. 10.00
449.*BAKER: Berlioz - Final Scenes from the Trojans (Act V, Scenes 2 & 3); Death of Cleopatra.
Gibson/LSO. Angel S-36695. A- .................................................................................................. 6.00
450.*BAKER: Chausson - Chanson Perpetuelle. Ravel - Chansons Madecasses; 3 Mallarme Poems.
Delage - Quatre Poemes Hindous. Melos Ens. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-298. A-(c/c) ............................. 10.00
451.*BAKER: Elgar - Sea Pictures. Mahler - Five Ruckert Lieder. Barbirolli/LSO & NPO. [simply
gorgeous!] Angel S-36796. FS ..................................................................................................... 16.00
452.*BAKER: Handel - Ah! Crudel nel Pianto Mio; Armida Abbandonata. Leppard/ECO. [blue labels]
Angel S-36569. A- ....................................................................................................................... 10.00
453.*BAKER: Mahler - Kindertotenlieder. Bernstein/Israel Phil. Bernstein also conducts the Adagio
from the 10th Symphony (NYP). Col M-33532. A- ........................................................................ 9.00
454. BALGUERIE:Lohengrin, Tristan, Tannhauser, Sigurd, Alceste, Iphigenie en Tauride. CORNEY
(Germaine): Mireille(2), Pre aux Clercs, Roi d'Ys, Manon, Figaro, Boheme; song of Frings.
Club 99 CL-99-114. A- ................................................................................................................ 11.00
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455. BARRIENTOS: (Maria): Arias (11). OASI 583. A- ............................................................................. 5.00
456. BASSI: (Amedeo): Arias(18); Songs(2). Club 99 CL-99-80. A- ........................................................... 5.00
457. BATTISTINI: Arias - Gioconda, Nerone, Ernani(5), Favorita, Traviata, Faust, Linda; Songs of
Alvarez & Carissimi. Rubini GV-100. A-(review copy w/blank labels, jacket w/notes) .................... 7.00
458. BATTISTINI: Arias - Linda(2), Lucia, Rigoletto, Traviata, Africaine(2), Otello, Pag & Quo
Vadis?(3; Nougoes). [notes in German only] Court Opera CO-325. A-........................................... 6.00
459. BATTISTINI: Vol.2: Arias (15). [rec 1907] Court Opera CO-326. A- ................................................. 5.00
460. BATTISTINI: Vol.3: Arias (14). [rec 1911] Court Opera CO-327. ...................................................... 5.00
461. BATTISTINI: Vol.5: Arias (9); Songs (4). [rec 1902-13] Court Opera CO-329. .................................. 5.00
462. BELLANTONI: (Giuseppe): Arias - Ruy Blas, Walkure, Saffo(2), Forza, Siegfried, Lolita, Luna
Cortese & Chianiutedda Mia; Songs of Denza & Tosti. [all from Fonotipia acoustics] OASI
633. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 7.00
463. BELMAS: (Xenia): Arias(11); Songs(2). Club 99 CL-99-13. A- .......................................................... 5.00
464.*BERGANZA: Spanish & Italian Songs by by Cherubini, Cesti, Pergolesi, Scarlatti(4), Guridi(2),
Lavilla, Turina(2), Granados(3). Lavilla, piano. London OS-25726. A- ......................................... 9.00
465.*BERGANZA: Spanish Songs (19). Yepes, guitar. DGG 2530 504. A- to A......................................... 5.00
466. BERGER: Mozart - Exsultate, Jubilate. Strauss - Three Ophelia Songs. Songs of Schubert(2),
Brahms(2), Debussy(4); Semele aria. Raucheisen, piano. Urania URLP-7060. B+(ticks early
sd 2)............................................................................................................................................. 14.00
467.*BERGONZI: Italian Baroque Songs (12). MHS 3190. A- ................................................................... 8.00
468. BERINI: (Mario; tenor): Arias - Gypsy Baron, Tales, Boheme & Cav; Songs of J.Strauss,
Sieczynski, Respighi; Duets - Fledermaus & Gypsy Baron w/Korjus; Pecheurs w/Guarrera.
[78's & live] OASI 646. A-............................................................................................................. 7.00
469.*BERRY: Scenes from Rosenkavalier, Tales & Rigoletto (arias from Acts 2 & 3; finale Act 4).
Misc assisting artists/conductors. Eurodisc 72613. A- .................................................................... 9.00
470. BESANZONI: Carmen (seven excerpts; 1932); Arias (acoustic, 1920/21) - Favorita, Gioconda,
Samson(2) & Trovatore. Club 99 CL-99-103. A- ........................................................................... 7.00
471.*BIESHU: (Maria): Arias - Ruslan & Ludmilla, The Demon, Otello & Butterfly; Songs of Bizet,
Delives, Chausson(2), Caccini & Vasilenko(2). (misc accompaniments, pf & orch) Melodiya
C10-18749-50. A- .......................................................................................................................... 8.00
472. BJOERLING: Arias & duets - Forza, Xerxes, Romeo, Boheme(2), Manon, Tosca, Camren, Cav;
Songs of Schubert(3), Firestone(2), Tours, Brahms, Beethoven, Rachmaninov, Rossini,
Nordqvist, Traditional Swedish. [Both Firestone, Romeo & one Boheme w/Annalisa Bjoerling]
ANNA 1069. A-........................................................................................................................... 10.00
473. BJOERLING: Arias - Romeo(3), Gianni, Boheme(3), Manon, Tosca, Gioconda (several of these
with his wife, Annalisa); Songs of Beethoven, Strauss(2), Rachmaninov, Morgan, Leoncavallo
& Tosti. [All apparently live performances, 1948-1951] Voce 95. A-............................................ 10.00
474. BOHNEN: (Michael): 12 Arias; one song. Club 99 CL-99-82. A- ........................................................ 5.00
475. BONELLI: Arias - Barber, Martha & Forza; Songs of Herbert, Damrosch, Speaks, Tosti, Brogi,
Coates, Messager & Taylor. OASI 563. A- .................................................................................... 7.00
476. BORGIOLI: (Dino): Arias (13); Songs (3). [rec 1928-30] Preiser LV-273. A- ..................................... 5.00
477. BORGIOLI: Vol. 1: Arias - Puritani(2), Fedora, Sonnambula(2), Mefistofele, Mignon(2),
Pecheurs(2) & Don Pasquale(2); Songs of Tosti, Pinelli, Giordano, Padilla & Borgioli. Club 99
CL-99-14. A- ................................................................................................................................. 7.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
478. BOSETTI: (Hermine): Arias - Lakme, Glockchen des Eremiten(2), Manon(2), Seraglio(2), Figaro,
Magic Flute & Ariadne; Strauss Waltz. [German-only notes] Discophilia KG-B-1. A- .................. 11.00
479. BOSETTI: (Hermine): Arias(12); 1 song. Court Opera CO-396. A- ..................................................... 5.00
480.*BRENDEL: (Wolfgang): Arias - Barber, Don Giovanni(2), Figaro, Tales, Faust, Tannhauser,
Forza(2), Ballo, Falstaff, Trovatore. Wallberg/Munich Radio Orch. [dig] EMI 1C067-64
564. A- to A................................................................................................................................... 8.00
481.*BRUSON: Aria from Elena ed Paride; Songs of Martini, Verdi(3), Piccini, Donizetti(3), Tosti &
di Capua. Sheppard, piano. [Live; London, 1980] Chandos ABR-1016. A- to A ........................... 5.00
482.*BRUSON: Arias - Gemma di Vergy, Marin Faliero, Roberto, Favorita(2), Linda, Maria di Rohan,
Don Sebastiano & Caterina Cornaro. Martinotti/Teatro Regio, Turin. [Italian-only notes]
Ars Nova ANC-25007. A- ............................................................................................................. 9.00
483. BURZIO: Arias - Adriana, Cav, Aida, Forza(2), Gioconda, Mefistofele, Otello(2) & Trovatore
(Fonotipias, 1905-1908); Norma, Saffo, Ballo, Favorita(2), Gioconda (Pathe, 1913);
Mefistofele, Forza, Fanciulla, Zulma(2), Norma(3), Africana, Otello, Adriana & Bach-Gounod
"Ave Maria" (Columbia 1913); Cav (Phonodisc Mondial, 1915). Club 99 CL-99-87/88(2).
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 15.00
484. BURZIO: Arias - Forza(3), Norma & Trovatore. RUSS: Arias - Aida(2) & Norma. Belcantodisc
BC-229. A- .................................................................................................................................... 7.00
485.*CABALLE: Songs of Rodrigo(4), Granados(3), Falla(2), Albeniz(2), Obradors(4) & Vives(3).
Zanetti, piano. London OS-26617. A- to A(Dutch pressing; c/c) ................................................... 8.00
486.*CABALLE: Presenting Montserrat Caballe. Arias and scenes from Norma, Il Pirata, Roberto
Devereux, Lucrezia, Maria di Rohan. Cillario/Orch; Cho. [Gerhardt, producer; Wilkinson,
engineer] [WD labels] RCA LSC-2862. A- ..................................................................................... 6.00
487. CALLAS: "The Callas Legacy." Arias - Lucia (Mad Scene; Karajan/Berlin; 1955); Barber(2)
(Milan/Giulini; 1956); Sonnambula (Votto/Edinburgh; 1957); Sonnambula (Bernstein/Milan;
1955); Lakme (De Fabriitis/Turin; 1952); Berlin Radio interview. Limited Society LES-100.
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 16.00
488.*CALLAS: Arias - Nabucco, Macbeth, Lakme, Lucia. FILACURIDI: Arias - Werther, Zaza,
Mefistofele, Fedora. De Fabritiis/RAI Turin. [concert, 2/18/1952; notes in Italian only] Fonit
Cetra LMR-5001. A- to A............................................................................................................ 10.00
489. CALLAS: Arias - Puritani, Gioconda, Traviata(2), Tristan (Liebestod). Misc conductors/RAI
Turin. Cetra A-50175. A-(superficial marks do not sound) .......................................................... 11.00
490. CALLAS: Arias - Semiramide, Werther, Cenerentola, Manon, Nabucco, Butterfly, Boheme &
Gianni Schicchi. [Live; no details given] Opera Viva JLT-4. A- .................................................... 12.00
491. CALLAS: Exc from Aida (w/DeFalchi, Picchi, Stignani; Bellezza/Rome Opera; 1950).
TEBALDI: Exc from Boheme, Manon Lescaut (w/Barioni, Valdengo, Benetti; no further
details. MPV 3. A-(brief tks beg sd 1) ............................................................................................ 9.00
492. CALLAS: Highlights from "the Trieste Norma." Nicolai; Corelli; Christoff; Votto/unidentified
company. [Live; 1953] MDP 013. A- .......................................................................................... 11.00
493.*CALLAS: Mad Scenes from Anna Bolena, Hamlet & Il Pirata. Sinclair; Lanigan; Rouleau;
Robertson (in Anna); Rescigno/PO. [blue labels] Angel S-35764. A- ........................................... 10.00
494. CALLAS: Rehearsals from Dallas, November, 1957: Anna Bolena, Traviata, Puritani (Rescigno
conducts). Anna Bolena - Finale (Milan, 1957; Gavazzeni). FWR 646-E/F. B(mostly fine, but
some lgt scrs both sides) ................................................................................................................. 8.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
495.*CALLAS: Unreleased Recordings: 1955-1969. Arias from Corsaro(2; 1969), Trovatore(1964),
Ballo(1964), Sonnambula(2; 1955; electronic stereo). Angel S-37557. A- .................................... 12.00
496. CALLAS: In Memoriam. Arias from every year in which she performed (1949-74), plus a brief
speech. Nabucco (2; 1949), Norma, Aida (1950); Tosca(2), Trovatore (1951); Lakme,
Macbeth (1952); Trovatore, Medea (1953); Lucia (1954); Sonnambula (2; 1955); Traviata,
Barber (1956); Anna Bolena(2), Puritani (1957); Traviata (1958); Pirata (1959); Poliuto
(1960); Mefistofele (1961); Don Carlo (1962); Butterfly (1963); Tosca (1964); Norma (1965);
Cav (1974). HRE 219(3). A- ........................................................................................................ 25.00
497. CALLAS: Soprano Assoluta. Arias sung live, 1949-1959: Norma (RAI recording, 1949);
Macbeth, Lucia, Nabucco, Lakme (RAI Rome, 1952); Seraglio, Louise, Armida, Dinorah (San
Remo, 1954); Vestale, Semiramide, Hamlet, Puritani (RAI Milan, 1956); Forza, Tristan
(Athens, 1957); Barber (Paris, 1958); Boheme, Mefistofele (London, 1959); Puritani (Dallas
rehearsal, 1957); Pirata (New York, 1959). [Lovely 16-page booklet includes many photos and
detailed notes and essay by Bruce J. Saxon.] BJR 143(3). A-........................................................ 40.00
498. CAMPAGNOLA: (Leon): Vol.2: Arias (16). Club 99 CL-99-98. A- .................................................... 5.00
499. CAROSIO: (Margherita): 8 Arias/4 Songs. OASI 631. A- .................................................................... 5.00
500. CARUSO: Arias, Duets & Scenes - Queen of Sheba, Rigoletto(4), Aida(5), Marta, Otello, Duca
d'Alba. (with Homer, Scotti, Abott, Gadski). Rubini GV-536. A- ................................................... 5.00
501. CARUSO: Complete Caruso, Volume 16 - 1919-20. Arias - Salvatore Rosa, Serse Juive, Africana,
Rossini Petit Messe Solennelle(2) & Amadis de Gaule (Lully). Songs of Pasadas, Ciampi,
Bartlett, De Crescenzo, Fucito, De Curtis, Bracco, Secchi, Gioe & Donaudy. [Stockham
digital restorations] RCA ARM1-7008. FS(c/c) .............................................................................. 8.00
502. CASTAGNA: Carmen(3), Mignon, Don Carlos, Gioconda, Samson(3) & Werther. OASI 605. Ato B+ ............................................................................................................................................. 7.00
503.*CASTRO ALBERTY: Otello, Due Foscari, Ballo(2), Aida, Forza. Scimone/Monte Carlo. [dig]
Erato NUM-75003. A- to A ........................................................................................................... 8.00
504. CERNAY: (Germaine): 11 Arias; 3 Songs. Club 99 CL-99-111. A-...................................................... 5.00
505.*CHRISTOFF: Bulgarian & Russian Chants (9). Konstantinov/Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
Choir. Balkanton KKX-1006. A- ................................................................................................... 8.00
506. CHRISTOFF: Mussorgsky - Songs & Dances of Death; Six more Russian songs by
Mussorgsky(3), Rimsky, Borodin & Balakirev. Erdelyi/Orch. Rococo 5393. A- ........................... 9.00
507. CLEMENT: Arias - Manon, Werther, Pecheurs, Romeo, Roi d'Ys, Roberto(2), Jocelyn &
Mefistofele; Songs of Bemberg, Pessard, Faure & Lully. [German-only notes] Discophilia DISKG-C-1. A-.................................................................................................................................. 11.00
508.*CORENA: Cimarosa - I Maestro di Capella. Arias - Figaro, Cenerentola(2), Italiana, Matrimonio
Segreto, Elisir, Barber & Don Giovanni. Misc orchs. Decca 410 163-1. A-(Dutch pressing) .......... 9.00
509. CORTIS: (Antonio): Arias (19). [rec 1929-30] Preiser LV-289. A- ...................................................... 5.00
510. CRABBE: (Armand): Arias(10): Songs(4). Club 99 CL-99-16. ............................................................ 5.00
511. CROOKS: Arias - Elisir, Rigoletto, Aida, Carmen, Tosca, Xerxes, Tolomeo & Lohengrin; Songs
of Ketelby, Rachmaninoff, Brahms, Olcott, Trad, Franck & Sibelius. [most of the arias are
from German HMV's, 1927/28; most of the songs from 1940's broadcasts and V-Discs] Club
99 CL-99-502. A- .......................................................................................................................... 9.00
512. DE GOGORZA: Vol. 3: Songs(19); 2 w/Schipa. Cantilena 6236. A- .................................................... 5.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
513. DE GORGORZA: Arias - Trovatore(2), Carmen, Roi de Lahore, Faust, Pag, Barber; Songs of
Tosti(3), Di Capua, Quaranta, Scuderi, Mascheroni, Mattei. Rubini GV-570. A- ............................ 8.00
514. DE HIDALGO & CALLAS: "Elvira de Hidalgo, the teacher; Maria Callas, the pupil."
Seventeen arias and songs sung by Hidalgo, all recorded acoustically; Callas in her first
commerical recordings from November 9, 1949: Casta Diva; Liebestod; Puritani Mad Scene
(Basile/RAI Torino). OASI 532(2). A–(slight vinyl "presence") .................................................. 25.00
515.*DE LOS ANGELES: 20th Century Spanish Songs - Falla (7 Popular Spanish Songs),
Granados(2), Mompou, Toldra(2), Montsalvatge, Turina, Rodrigo(2). Soriano, piano. [blue
labels] Angel S-35775. A- ............................................................................................................ 11.00
516.*DE LOS ANGELES: Canteloube - Songs of the Auvergne, Album #2. Jacquillat/Lamoureux
Orch. Angel S-36898. A-............................................................................................................... 6.00
517. DE LOS ANGELES: Spanish Songs: Falla's Seven Popular Songs; Granados' Tonadillas; Songs of
Nin(2), Vives(2), Guridi(2), Tarrago(5), Turina, Valverde & Fuste. Tarrago, guitar (on his
five); Moore, piano (on the rest). [recorded 1947-53; fold-open album includes all texts] EMI
HLM-1435871. A- ......................................................................................................................... 9.00
518. DE LUCA: Arias (12). [rec 1917-24] Preiser LV-173. A- .................................................................... 5.00
519. DE LUCA: Arias (16: Songs (3). Court Opera CO-391. A- .................................................................. 5.00
520. DE LUCA: In Live Performances, 1940-48. Arias from Favorita, Boheme(2), Rigoletto(3),
Barber, Traviata, Falstaff, Figaro, Dinorah, Damnation(3) & I Mulattieri. MDP 015. A- ............... 12.00
521. DEBICKA: (Hedwig): Arias - Paride ed Elena, Bach Cantata #202, Mozart Mass in c,
Rosenkavalier (live, 1928), Traviata, Tales, Faust & Rigoletto; Ries song. Club 99 CL-99-17.
A- .................................................................................................................................................. 7.00
522. DEL CAMPO: (Sofia): Songs of Netto, Freire, Granados, Valderrano, Valdes, Parades, three
traditional; Arias from Guarany(2), Lakme, Romeo, Manon Lescaut, Barbero de Sevilla
(Nieto) & Re Pastore. Club 99 CL-99-26. A- ................................................................................. 7.00
523. DESTINN: Butterfly, Rusalka, Samson, Robert der Teufel, Trovatore, Carmen, Pag, Gioconda
(w/ Kirkby-Lunn), Pique Dame (w/Duchene), Africana; Songs of Rossini (w/McCormack),
Liszt & Tosti. OASI 603. A- .......................................................................................................... 7.00
524. DI STEFANO: Songs (15) inc five Sicilian. Club 99 CL-99-68. A-....................................................... 5.00
525. DI STEFANO: His Earliest Recordings - Thirteen mostly Italian songs (Bixio, De Curtis, Mario,
Gastaldon, Cottrau); no dates; notes say four items originally recorded under the name of
"Nino Florio." OASI 500. A-.......................................................................................................... 6.00
526. DIDUR: (Adamo): Arias - Martha, Oracolo (Leoni), Tales, Salvator Rosa, Mignon, Faust, Dama
di Picche(2), Ugonotti, Mefistofele(2), Roberto, Vita Bretone (Mugnone), Elisir, Aida, Juive.
Songs of Tosti, Moniuszko & de Noskowski; 2 Russian folksongs. [recorded 1905-29] Club
99 CL-99-89. A- ............................................................................................................................ 7.00
527.*DONATH: Songs of Schubert(8), Wolf(6), Strauss(4). Klaus Donath, piano. [nice fold-open
album] Electrola 1C065-30 690. A- to A ...................................................................................... 10.00
528. ELMO: Arias - Gioconda, Adriana(2), Fedora, Aida, Trovatore(3); Songs of Grieg & Strauss.
OASI 628. A- ................................................................................................................................ 7.00
529. ESCALAIS: Arias - Africaine, Prophete, Robert, Ugonotti, Wm Tell, Polyeucte, Juive(2), Vespri,
Aida, Cid, Mage, Sigurd; Songs of Granier(2) & Rupes. Rococo 5278. A- ..................................... 6.00
530. FAGOAGA: Arias (7). Plus arias by MOLINARI, DE ANGELIS & PARMEGGIANI. Rubini GV553. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 5.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
531. FARNETI: Mefistofeles, Aida, Manon, La Wally(2), Manon Lescaut, Amico Fritz, Iris(2),
Butterfly(2), Fanciulla; Songs of Sonzogno, Panizza. [rec 1918-30; German notes] Lebendige
Vergangenheit LV 2641. A- to A ................................................................................................... 7.00
532.*FARRELL: Tristan Prelude & Liebestod; Brunnhilde's Immolation. Munch/BSO. RCA AGL11274. A- ........................................................................................................................................ 8.00
533. FARRELL: Wesendonck Lieder (Stokowski/His Sym); Siegfried, Act III, Scene 3 (Svanholm;
Leinsdorf/Rochester Phil). RCA AVM1-1413. A-........................................................................ 8.00
534.*FARRELL: Wesendonck Lieder; Brunnhilde's Immolation. Bernstein/NYP. Col MS-6353. A-("2eyes") ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
535.*FASSBAENDER: Schubert Songs (16). Werba, piano. Electrola 1C065-28 969. A- to A .................. 8.00
536. FERRIER: Songs - Quilter(4), Hugues, Traditional(16). Newmark, Spurr, pf. Richmond R23186. A-....................................................................................................................................... 4.00
537. FINELLI: Puritani, Italiana, Figli, Lucia, Pasquale, Favorita, Lucrezia. Rubini GV-6. A- ...................... 7.00
538.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Meyerbeer - Songs (14). Engel, piano. Archiv 2533 295. A- to A.................. 12.00
539. FISCHER-DIESKAU & SEEFRIED: Handel - Arias & Scenes from Julius Caesar. Bohm/RIAS
Berlin. [tulip labels] DGG 18 637. A- to A(spine frayed; record pristine) ..................................... 11.00
540.*FLAGSTAD: Sacred Songs - Mendelssohn(3), Gounod, Parry, Liddle; Silent Night; Come All Ye
Faithful; Jubilate. Boult/LPO. London OS-25038. A-(c/c) ............................................................. 8.00
541. FLAGSTAD: Farewell Concert: Wagner - Wesendonck Lieder; Tristan - Liebestod;
Gotterdammerung - Immolation Scene; Two Arias from Walkure. Edwin
McArthur/unidentified orch (but was in fact Symphony of the Air in Carnegie Hall; March
20, 1955). ERR 142. A- ............................................................................................................... 15.00
542. FORT: (Luigi): Arias(11); Songs(3). OASI 567. A-.............................................................................. 5.00
543. FRANZ: (Paul): Arias - Samson(2), Lohengrin(2), Carmen, Herodiade, Aida, Attaque du Moulin,
Prophete, Otello, Romeo, Fille de Roland & Meistersinger. Club 99 CL-99-10. A- ......................... 7.00
544. GALVANY: (Maria): Arias(15); Songs (2). OASI 574. A-................................................................... 5.00
545. GARRISON: (Mabel): Arias (6); Songs (9). Club 99 CL-99-48. A-...................................................... 5.00
546. GASPARYAN: Gliere - Concerto for Voice & Orchestra. J.Strauss - Voices of Spring Waltz.
Arias - Boheme, Otello & Tsar's Bride. Duryan/Armenian Radio/TV Sym. Melodiya
025065-66. A- ............................................................................................................................. 11.00
547. GENCER: Arias - Caterina Cornaro, Roberto, Maria Stuarda, Lucrezia (Gavazzeni/Turin Sym;
1974); Trovatore, Forza, Aida & La Wally (Basile/RAI Turin; 1956). Cetra LPO-2082. FS ....... 13.00
548.*GENCER: Chopin - Nineteen Polish Songs, Op.74. Nikita Magaloff, piano, who also plays
Liszt's piano transcriptions of six of these songs. [nice fold-open album] Fonit Cetra NARK101(2). A- to A ............................................................................................................................ 16.00
549.*GENCER: Songs of Chopin(4), Bellini(3), Donizetti(3) & Rossini(3). Guerrini, piano. [fold-open
illustrated album; notes Italian only] Cetra LPL-69003. A- ........................................................... 10.00
550. GIGLI: Sixteen Songs (in English). OASI 516. A-................................................................................ 5.00
551. GIGLI: Vol.2: Arias (2); Songs (10). OASI 599. A- ............................................................................. 5.00
552. GIGLI: Belcanto Italiano - Trovatore, Ballo, Traviata, Aida, Mefistofele, Tosca, Boheme, Manon
Lescaut, Cav, Pag, Lucia, Arlesiana, Martha, Carmen, Faust, Fedora; Songs: Bach, Stradella,
Gigli, Schubert(2), de Curtis(2), Godard, Brahms, Leoncavallo, di Capua, Cardillo, Tosti,
Curci, Becce, Martini, Cottrau & Rossini. [rec1921-52; notes in German] Electrola 14701194/95(2). A- to A ....................................................................................................................... 18.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
553. GILION: 5 items. VIGNAS: 6 items. Belcantodisc BC-228. A- ............................................................ 5.00
554. GLUCK: (Alma): Arias (10); Songs (5). Rococo 5291. A- ................................................................... 5.00
555. GMYRYA: Songs of Dyutsh, Gurilev, Yakolev, Bulakov, Varlamov, Aliabev & Keneman. Ostrin,
piano. [noted in Cyrillic only] Melodiya 010585-86. B+(blank cov) ................................................ 7.00
556. GMYRYA: Songs of Dyutsh, Keneman, Gurilev, Yakolev, Bulakhov, Varlamon & Aliabiev.
Ostrin, piano. Melodiya 010585/6. A- ......................................................................................... 10.00
557. GOBBI: Arias - Simon(2), Falstaff, Nozze, Don Giovanni, Don Carlo(2), Otello, Tosca, Fanciulla,
Wm Tell, Adriana, Wozzeck & Pagliacci. [Live; various assisting artists; 1954-64] Melodram
MEL-661(2). A- to A................................................................................................................... 16.00
558. GOBBI: Arias - Traviata, Tosca(3), Ballo(2), Rigoletto(2) & Pagliacci. De Sabata; Serafin;
Votto/La Scala. Angel 35563. A-(superb original British pressing but no spine) .......................... 12.00
559. GORR: Lohengrin, Tristan, Werther, Don Carlos, Trovatore, Cav, Samson, Orphee & Alceste.
Cluytens/Paris Opera. [Deluxe album with dowel-spine; French-only notes] Voix de Son
Maitre FALP-615. A- ................................................................................................................... 24.00
560. GRANFORTE: (Apollo): Arias(11); Songs(4). [rec 1925-26] Preiser LV-290. A- ................................ 5.00
561. GRANFORTE: Arias - Gioconda, Andrea, Cav, Hamlet, Tosca, Traviata, Barber, Don Sebastiano,
Zaza(2), Rigoletto(2) & Trovatore; songs of Puccini & Mario. Club 99 CL-99-47. A-.................... 7.00
562.*HAMMOND: Arias - Butterfly, Manon Lescaut, Turandot, Andrea, Cav, Bartered Bride, Dalibor,
Eugen Onegin, Rusalka & Queen of Spades. Susskind/PO & Cho. World Record Club ST933. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
563. HERLEA: (Nicolae): Arias - Barber, Trovatore, Rigoletto(2), Ballo, Traviata, Andrea. J. & C.
Bobescu/Rumanian Radio & Cinema Orchs. [notes in Roumanian only] Electrecord ECE092. A-- ......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
564.*HORNE: Arias - Rodelinda, Siege of Corinth, Tancredi, Trovatore, Lucrezia, Sonnambula,
Mignon, Carmen, Ugonotti; Foster - I Dream of Jeannie. Katz, piano. [Live; Parma, 1980]
Bongiovanni GB-11. A- to A ......................................................................................................... 4.00
565. HOTTER: Schubert - Die Winterreise; Schwanengesang. Songs of Brahms, Wolf & Schubert(2).
Gerald Moore, piano. [rec 1946-55] Seraphim IC-6051(2). FS ................................................... 15.00
566.*HOTTER: Art of Hans Hotter: Songs of Wolf(11) & Schubert(8). Parsons, piano. [recorded
May 1973; Sofiensaal, Vienna] Decca SXL-6625. A- ................................................................... 11.00
567. HUNI-MIHACEK: (Felicie): Arias - Magic Flute, Merry Wives, Barber, Alessandro Stradella,
Peer Gynt, Louise, Postillon, Don Giovanni, Freischutz & Tannhauser. Club 99 CL-99-67. A- ....... 8.00
568. HUSCH: Arias - Trovatore, Ballo, Otello, Andrea, Tosca(2), Giovanni, Figaro(2), Undine,
Wildschutz, Zar, Tiefland. Rococo 5248. B+ to A- ......................................................................... 6.00
569.*HYNNINEN: Kuula (Toivo; 1883-1918): Songs (14). Gothoni, piano. Finnlevy SFX-46. A- ............. 8.00
570.*HYNNINEN: Schubert - Winterreise. Gathoni, piano. Fuga 3014/15(2). A- ..................................... 14.00
571.*HYNNINEN: Wolf - Morike Songs (15). Gathoni, piano. Finnlevy SFX-53. A- to A ......................... 9.00
572. IVOGUN: (Maria): Arias - Magic Flute(2), Seraglio, Rigoletto, Re Pastore, Traviata, Fledermaus,
Barber, Berber of Bagdad & Sonnambula; Blue Danube. Club 99 CL-99-20. A- ............................. 5.00
573.*IZOTOVA: (Kira): Songs: Rachmaninov(9), Weckerlin(2), Duparc, Debussy(3), Ravel &
Poulenc(2). Serebryakov, piano. Melodiya 33C10-06241-42. A- ................................................. 12.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
574. JERITZA: Arias - Freischutz, Dutchman, Lohengrin, Walkure, Tristan, Jeanne d'Arc, Herodiade,
Thais, Gioconda, Cav, Fedora(2) & Tote Stadt; Traume (of Wesendonck Lieder). [Recorded
1922-27; Austrian issue; German-only notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 122. A- ...................... 7.00
575.*JINDRAK: (Jindrich): Arias - Secret, Devil's Wall, Eva, Cunning Little Vixen, Tannhauser, Prince
Igor, War & Peace. Pesek, Tichy / Czech Radio Orch. [notes in Czech only] Panton 8116
0181. A- ........................................................................................................................................ 8.00
576.*JONES: Arias - Medea, Dutchman, Forza, Fidelio, Trovatore; Beethoven - Ah, Perfido.
Quadri/Vienna Opera Orch. London OS-25981. A- .................................................................... 6.00
577. JURINAC: Schumann - Liederkreis; Frauenliebe und Leben. Holetschek, piano. Westminster WL5345. B(outer grooves are B-) ....................................................................................................... 9.00
578. KIPNIS: Arias - Juive, Barber of Baghdad, Huguenots, Don Carlos, Vespri, Meistersinger,
Martha, Freischutz, Wildschutz, Merry Wives & Walkure. [recorded 1916-1930] Club 99 CL99-55. FS! ...................................................................................................................................... 7.00
579. KIPNIS: Arias - Seraglio, Nozze, Magic Flute(2), Barber, Simon & Meistersinger; Songs of
Brahms (4 Ernste Gesange), Schubert(3) & Wolf. [recorded 1930-36] EMI HQM-1101. A- .......... 9.00
580.*KONYA: Tosca(2), Fanciulla(2), Butterfly, Turandot(2), Gianni Schicchi, Manon Lescaut(2),
Boheme, Tabarro. Votto/Florence May Fest.. [tulip labels; sturdy deluxe cov] DGG SLPEM136 370. A- to A .......................................................................................................................... 16.00
581. KOSHETZ: (Nina): Arias (6); Songs (8). Club 99 CL-99-36. A- .......................................................... 5.00
582.*KRUYSEN: Faure - Eighteen Songs: La Bonne Chanson; Deux Melodies, Op.76; Trois Melodies,
Op.85; Mirages, Op.113. Lee, pf. [Grand Prix du Disque; nice fold-open album] Telefunken
SAT-22546. A- to A .................................................................................................................... 10.00
583.*KUHSE: Tannhauser, Dutchman, Lohengrin, Tristan, Fidelio, Julius Caesar, Don Giovanni &
Macbeth. Masur/Dresden Philharmonic. Eterna 8 25 983. A-...................................................... 8.00
584. LAIL: Kindertotenlieder. Kleinert/Berlin Radio Orchestra. METTERNICH: Songs of a
Wayfarer. Ludwig; Berlin Radio Orchestra. Urania URLP-7016. B(with notes, but text
insert missing) .............................................................................................................................. 11.00
585.*LANTIERI: (Rita): Arias - Traviata, Mefistofele, Adriana, Vespri, Don Carlos, Rondine, Manon,
Butterfly, La Wally, Turandot & Manon Lescaut. Magiera, piano. [Live, 1984] Bongiovanni
GB-17. A- ...................................................................................................................................... 8.00
586. LAURI-VOLPI: (Giacomo): 13 Arias; 3 Songs. Rococo 5229. A- ....................................................... 5.00
587. LAZARO: (Hipolito): 13 Arias; 3 Songs. [rec 1926-27] Preiser LV-258. A- ........................................ 5.00
588.*LEBRUN: (Louise; soprano): Arias - Magic Flute(2), Figaro(2), Barber, Rigoletto, Traviata.
Georg Richter/Norddeutsche Philharmonie. Classique CC-15075. A- ...................................... 10.00
589.*LEBRUN: Rossini - Soirees Musicales. Bellini - 6 Ariette per Canto e Pianoforte. Sevilla, pf.
Select Collection Classique CC-15100. A-(c/c)............................................................................. 10.00
590. LEHMANN: Arias - Figaro, Freischutz, Tannhauser, Lohengrin, Meistersinger(2), Walkure,
Mignon(2), Margarethe, Tales, Andrea, Jocelyn, Tote Stadt, Fledermaus, Manon, Werther,
Manon Lescaut, Boheme, Tosca, Butterfly, Turandot, Rosenkavalier(2), Arabella. Songs of
Strauss, Brahms, Schumann(2) & Schubert(2). [Grand Prix du Disque] Electrola 1C137-30
704/05(2). A- to A ....................................................................................................................... 15.00
591. LEHMANN: Schumann - Frauenliebe und Leben; Songs of Brahms(12) & Mozart(4). Ulanowsky,
piano. [from New Friends of Music Concerts, 1943-49] Voce 99. A- ........................................... 12.00
592. LEHMANN: Vol.6: Arias (13). [rec 1927-30] Preiser LV-1364. A- ..................................................... 5.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
593. LEIDER: Vol.6: Arias (7); Songs (3). [rec 1926-42] Preiser LV-1370. A- ........................................... 5.00
594. LEMNITZ: Songs of Cornelius(5), Wolf(3) & Schubert(3). Rauchensen, piano. Urania URLP7013. B .......................................................................................................................................... 7.00
595. LEMNITZ: Wesendonck Lieder; six more songs; 2 arias. Club 99 CL-99-24. A- .................................. 5.00
596.*LOVBERG: (Aase Nordmo); Arias - Tannhauser(2), Lohengrin(2), Walkure, Otello & Don Carlo.
Susskind; Braithwaite; PO. Angel S-35715. A-(earliest U.S. red labels) .................................... 11.00
597. LUBIN: (Germaine): Arias - Sigurd, Tannhauser, Lohengrin, Siegfried, Walkure, Tosca(2),
Tristan, Bach Cantata #68; Songs by Schubert, Schumann(2) & Chopin. Club 99 CL-99-22. A- .............
7.00
598. MAGOMAEV: (Muslim): Songs of Rachmaninov(9) & Tchaikovsky(6). Abramovich, piano.
Melodiya 33CM-03205-6. A- ....................................................................................................... 11.00
599.*MANUGUERRA: Arias - Cav(2), Pag, Andrea, Lucia(2), Gioconda, Rigoletto(3) & Don Carlo.
[misc live performances, 1974-79] Legendary LR-171. A- .............................................................. 8.00
600. MARTINELLI: Arias (10); Songs (3). OASI 596. A-........................................................................... 5.00
601. MARTINI: (Nino): Arias (8); Songs (7). OASI 550. A- ....................................................................... 5.00
602.*MARTON: 14 Puccini Arias. [dig] CBS IM-42167. A- to A(Patane/Munich Radio) ......................... 9.00
603. MASON: (Edith): Arias - Faust, Louise, Carmen, Butterfly(2), Martha & Traviata; Songs of Del
Riego, Mendelssohn, Cadman, Strickland, Nevin, Woodford-Finden & Tosti(2). Club 99 CL99-77. A- ....................................................................................................................................... 7.00
604.*MASTERSON: Songs of Arne(3), Bishop, Handel, Gounod(3), Satie & Bizet(3). Vignoles,
piano; Adeney, flute. Pearl SHE-590. A- ..................................................................................... 10.00
605. MATZENAUER: (Margarete): 13 Arias; 1 song. Rococo 5371. A-...................................................... 5.00
606. MAYNOR: Arias - Semele, Flute (Koussevitzky/BSO); Louise, Enfant Prodigue, Bach
(Ormandy/Phila); Rusalka aria & 2 songs of Duparc (Leinsdorf/RCA Sym); Mozart Alleluja
(Levin/Victor Orch); 2 Spirituals (Male Choir); 2 Schubert songs (Schick, piano). RCA
LM-3086. A- ............................................................................................................................... 12.00
607. MCCORMACK: Fourteen Songs. OASI 539. A- ................................................................................. 5.00
608. MCEACHERN: (Malcolm): Flotsam & Jetsam - Seventeen humorous songs, duets & piano solos.
B.C.Hilliam, piano and sometimes singing too. Sunday Opera Records SYO-14. A- ................... 11.00
609. MELBA: London Recordings, 1904-26. All known titles (many previously unpublished) inc
complete Covent Garden farewell recordings. [Limited edition; 15-page booklet w/detailed
notes] EMI RLS-719(5). A- to A ................................................................................................. 13.00
610. MELCHIOR: Arias from Pag(2) & Tosca(2); Songs of Heuberger, Hildach, Lehar & J.Strauss.
Unidentified instrumental accompaniment. [10-inch; very rare item! - deleted April 1957]
MGM E-109. A-(a little crkl beg sd 2; otherwise exceptional) ...................................................... 13.00
611. MELCHIOR: Duets: Siegfried (Flagstad; Bodanzky; 1937); Gotterdammerung - Act II (Leider;
Furtwangler; 1938); Tristan - Act II (Flagstad; Thorborg; Leinsdorf/Met; 1940. [bl cov]
Unique Opera UORC-159. A- ...................................................................................................... 12.00
612. MERLI: Vol 2: Arias etc. - Lombardi, Aida(3), Forza, Otello(4). Molajoli/La Scala. [recorded
1926-35; German-only notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 222. A- .............................................. 7.00
613.*MESPLE: Operetta Arias - Widow, Land of Smiles, 3 Valses, Noces de Jeannette, Chrysantheme,
Petite Mariee, Cent Vierges, Pomme d'Api. Dervaux/Monte Carlo Phil. Angel S-37902.
FS(c/c) ........................................................................................................................................... 9.00
614. MICHEAU: Excerpts from Mireille (with Gianotti) & Pecheurs de Perles (with de Luca &
Borthayre). Erede/PCO & Paris Opera Orch. London LL-939. A-............................................ 11.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
615.*MILLO: (Aprile): Arias & Scenes - Forza, Andrea Chenier, Aida(4) [w/Elvira & Cecchele in 2],
Wesondonck Song (Traume). [Live, apparently from pirate tapes; no orchestras given] Legato
Classics LC001-1. A- ..................................................................................................................... 9.00
616. MOFFO: Figaro(4), Don Giovanni, Magic Flute, Cosi, Mass in c; Concert Aria, K.369; Alleluja
from Exsultate, Jubilate. Galliera/PO. [Moffo's first solo recital on Angel] Angel 35716. A(early U.S. red labels) ................................................................................................................... 10.00
617. MOJICA: Arias - Huguenots, Lakme, Pecheurs, Barber, Elisir, Snow Maiden, Faust; Songs of
Padilla, Robles, Freire, Oteo, Buzzi-Peccia. [all from Edison discs] Club 99 CL-99-23. A- ............. 7.00
618. MOORE: Arias - Romeo, Louise, Manon, Pag, Butterfly, Tosca, Boheme, Maytime, Rose Marie;
Songs of Tosti, Schubert, misc others (5). [Live, 1936-43] MDP 027. A- ....................................... 9.00
619. MORELLI: (Carlo): Arias (9); Songs (5). Club 99 CL-99-66. A- ......................................................... 5.00
620. NASH: La Boheme (Act 4, complete: Perli; Beecham/LPO; 1935); Arias from Gondoliers;
Bohemian Girl; Barber; Rigoletto; Magic Flute; Maritana (1926-32). EMI HQM-1234. A-........... 12.00
621. NEMETH: Tote Stadt, Trovatore, Aida, Tosca, Ballo(2), Seraglio, Dutchman, Oberon. Club 99
CL-99-7. A- ................................................................................................................................... 5.00
622. NOVOTNA: Songs of Lidice (Six Czech folk songs; Jan Masaryk, piano); Songs of Fibich &
Bach; Arias - Rusalka(2), Belle Helene, Hubicka, Figaro(2), Magic Flute(3), Traviata(2),
Tales(3), Bartered Bride. [rec 1926-56; some from commercial issues, some broadcasts, one
private; notes inc comments by Novotna from 1982; she also made the selection of recordings
included here] Pearl GEMM-261/2(2). A- .................................................................................... 18.00
623. O'SULLIVAN: (John): Arias (14). Club 99 CL-99-6. A- ...................................................................... 5.00
624. OCHMAN: Arias from Polish Operas - Halka, Straszny Dwor, Flis, Legenda Baltyku, Manru,
Maria, Goplana & Janek. Gorzynski/Polish Radio/TV Orch. Muza SX-0972. A-....................... 11.00
625. OLIVERO: Arias - Adriana, Boheme, Medea, Mefistofele, Manon Lescaut, Tristan, Traviata;
Song of Bizet. [Live; 1963-68] Opus MLG-72. A- ....................................................................... 10.00
626. OLTRABELLA: (Augusta): 9 Arias; one song. OASI 569. A- ............................................................. 5.00
627. ONEGIN: (Sigrid): Arias(12); Songs(2). [rec 1927-29] Preiser LV-7. A- ............................................. 5.00
628. OTS: (Georg): Twelve popular songs in Finnish. Estonian Radio Orch. [notes only in only in
Cyrillic and (apparently!) Estonian & Finnish] Melodiya M60-38779-80. A- ................................... 9.00
629. PACINI: (Giuseppe): 13 Arias; 5 Songs. Club 99 CL-99-84. A- ........................................................... 5.00
630. PANPANINI: (Rosetta): Arias(13); 1 song. Preiser LV-221. A- ........................................................... 5.00
631. PARETO: (Graziella): 11 Arias; 3 Songs Club 99 CL-99-65. A- .......................................................... 5.00
632. PASERO: (Tancredi): Arias (13). [rec 1927-36] Preiser LV-34. A- ...................................................... 5.00
633. PEDERZINI: (Gianna): 11 Arias; 6 Songs. Preiser LV-266. A- ............................................................ 5.00
634. PERTILE: Arias - Nerone(2), Tosca(2), Pag(3), Ballo, Gioconda, Iris, Rigoletto; Songs of Denza
& Arona. [Notes in Italian only] Italian Odeon MOAQ-301. A- .................................................... 12.00
635. PERTILE: Arias - Otello, Forza, Lohengrin(2), Martha, Andrea(2), Elisir & Favorita(2). [rec
1927-30; notes in Italian only] Italian EMI 3C061-00808. A- ....................................................... 12.00
636. PINZA: Arias - Lakme, Amadis, Reine de Saba, Mignon, Faust, Magic Flute, Elisir, Lucia, Amore
di Tre Re; Songs of de Curtis, Pergolesi & Beethoven. Rococo 5360. A- ....................................... 6.00
637. PLANCON: Arias - Magic Flute(2), Sonnambula, Fuast(2), Damnation, Don Carlos & Mignon;
Songs of Gounod, Bemberg, Niedermeyer, Godard, Massenet, Ferrari, Georges, Adam &
Faure. Cantilena 6220. A- .............................................................................................................. 5.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
638. PLANCON: Arias - Martha, Romeo(2), Le Chalet, Damnation, Stabat Mater, Caid(2), Faust(2),
Robert le Diable, Etoile & Don Carlos; songs of Godard & Schumann. [recorded 1902-08]
Rubini GV-39. A- .......................................................................................................................... 7.00
639.*PRICE: (Margaret): Songs of Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi, Rossini, Schubert(4) & Traditional Welsh
(5). Lockhart, piano. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-3435. A- ........................................................................ 11.00
640.*PRICE: Arias - Aida(2), Don Giovanni, Tosca, Verdi Requiem, Porgy & Bess, Ariadne; Ave
Maria (Schubert), Alleluja (Mozart); Sweet Little Baby Jesus. [misc assisting artists] Decca
GRV-10. A- to A ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
641.*PRICE: Prima Donna, Vol 1 - Great Soprano Arias from Purcell to Barber: Dido & Aeneas,
Figaro, Traviata, L'Africaine, Manon, Otello, Adriana Lecouvreur, Louise & Vanessa.
Molinari-Pradelli/RCA Italiana Opera Orch. [in lovely box with cut-out frame revealing
Price portrait on cover of fine 24-page illustrated booklet] [WD labels] RCA LSC-2898. A(box and LP both pristine!) ........................................................................................................... 20.00
642.*PRICE: Prima Donna, Vol 2 - Great Soprano Arias from Handel to Puccini: Atalanta, Giovanni
d Arco, Freischutz, Macbeth, Mefistofele, Enfant Prodigue, Andrea, Francesca, Suor Angelica.
Molinari-Pradelli/RCA Italiana Opera Orch. [Mohr; Salvatore; in box with lovely 16-page
booklet including essay by Marcia Davenport] [WD labels] RCA LSC-2968. A-(superb copy) ..... 20.00
643. RAISA: (Vol.2): Arias(11); Songs(5). [1916-29] Club 9 CL-99-92. A- ................................................ 5.00
644. RAISA: Arias - Norma, Trovatore(3), Africana, Tosca, Cav(2), Gioconda(3), Andrea Chenier &
Mefistofele; Song of Tchaikovsky. [1 side acoustics; 1 side electrics] Club 99 CL-99-52. A- .......... 7.00
645.*RAMEY: Songs of Carissimi, Scarlatti, Legrenzi, Mozart, Vaughan Williams(2), Douherty(2);
Arias from Simon Boccanegra, Ernani, Showboat, Faust, Le Caid, Tales. Skrobacs, piano.
Legendary LR-133. A- ................................................................................................................. 12.00
646. RETHBERG: Arias - Alceste, Enfant Prodigue, Idomeneo, Walla, Forza, Ballo, Simon,
Boheme(2), Cav, Figaro, Aida, Juive. [recorded 1935-41] ANNA 1040. A- ................................... 5.00
647. RETHBERG: Figaro, Flute, Freischutz, Tannhauser, Lohengrin, Aida(2), Africana, Carmen, Cav,
Butterfly, Andrea, Gypsy Baron. Songs of Pataky & Bizet. [rec 1929] Lebendige
Vergangenheit (Austrian issue) LV 29. A- ...................................................................................... 7.00
648.*RICCIARELLI: Arias & Scenes - Due Foscari, Battaglia di Legnano, Trovatore(2), Boheme(2),
Butterfly, Carreras, etc; misc orchs/conds. Philips 6527 161. A- to A............................................ 8.00
649.*RICCIARELLI: Verdi Arias - Masnadieri, Vespri, Corsaro, Otello, Giovanna, Trovatore, Don
Carlo, Jerusalem. Gavazzeni/Rome Phil. British RCA SB-6863. A- ............................................ 10.00
650. RITTER-CIAMPI: (Gabrielle): Arias (12). Club 99 CL-99-9. A-.......................................................... 5.00
651. ROUSSELIERE: Walkure, Siegfried, Gotterdammerung, Mireille, Juive, Manon, Lohengrin,
Barbares, Pecheurs, Sigurd, Herodiade, Damnation, Faust; Songs of Faure, Nerini, Massenet
& Trepart. Club 99 CL-99-95. A-................................................................................................... 7.00
652.*RUDENKO: Lucia(2), Lakme, Rigoletto & Traviata. Ryabov/Bolshoi Theatre. Melodiya C01509-10. A- ................................................................................................................................. 8.00
653. RUFFO: Vol.2: Arias (14); Songs (3). Rococo 5253. A- ...................................................................... 5.00
654. RUFFO: Songs - Capolongo, Billi(2), Brogi, Paganucci, Costa, Siesmit, Padilla, Tremisot,
Soriano, Tosti(2), Rotoli, Leoncavallo, E.Ruffo, Ferradini, Capua, Buzzi. Club 99 CL-99-63.
A- .................................................................................................................................................. 7.00
655. RUFFO & CARUSO: Songs in Spanish (five by Ruffo; six by Caruso). OASI 647. A- ......................... 7.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
656. SARACENI: (Adelaide): Arias - Ballo, Adriana(3), Boheme, Amico, Manon(3) & Rigoletto.
OASI 613. A- ................................................................................................................................ 7.00
657. SAYAO: Arias - Boheme(3), Butterfly, Gianni Schicci, Pag, Figaro(2), Giovanni, Faust(2),
Romeo. [recorded 1941-47] Odyssey Y-31151............................................................................... 7.00
658. SAYAO: Villa-Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras #5 (1st recording, 1945; composer conducting);
Arias - Figaro, Don Giovanni, Sonnambula, Traviata, Manon(4). Odyssey 32 16 0377. A- ............. 9.00
659. SAYAO: O Rouxinol Brasileiro. Debussy - La Damoiselle Elue (Toscanini/NYP; live, 1936).
Songs including her first recordings (1926) of Gomez(2), Costa(3), Netto(2); also Debussy,
Ciampi, Martini, Traetta, Crist, Chopin, Saint-Saens, Rimsky, Charnley, Niles & Charles. Arias
(1951-53) from Manon Lescaut, Amico Fritz & Mignon; duets (1948-49) from Rigoletto
(Valdengo) & Traviata (Peerce). [Very nice illustrated booklet includes photos, letters and
facsimile of Sayao's copy of Damoiselle score, with Toscanini's markings] Operatic Archives
OPA-1043/44(2). A- .................................................................................................................... 32.00
660. SAYAO: Serata d'Onore: Manon (Act II) with Schipa, Bonelli & Cehanovsky; Merola conducts
(live, 1939). Arias & scenes from Romeo & Juliet (4; from 1946 & 1951; with Bjoerling,
Jobin, Alvary; Merola), Faust, Figaro, Elisir, Wm Tell, Pag & Mefistofle (1948-52). Fourteenpage booklet has photos & cast sheets from opera programs. Operatic Archives OPA1036/37(2). A- ............................................................................................................................. 32.00
661. SCHLOSS: Songs of Robert Franz(4), Wolf(4), Schumann(6) & Strauss(4). Brice, pf.. IRCC L7000. B/B- ..................................................................................................................................... 7.00
662. SCHLUSNUS: Arias - Tales, Mignon, Faust, Rigoletto(2), Barber, Tannhauser(4), Undine, Zar,
Hans Heiling. [recorded 1927-37; German-only notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 108. A- ........ 7.00
663. SCHMIDT: 1937 Concert with Grace Moore: Selections from Boheme(3), Butterfly (Act I
Finale), Faust, Elisir, Rigoletto, Gypsy Baron, Tosca(2); Songs of Leoncavallo & Schubert.
MDP 019. A- ............................................................................................................................... 12.00
664. SCHMIDT: Arias - Africana, Martha, Allesandro, Rigoletto, Trovatore(2), Cid, Pag, Tosca(3),
Fanciulla(2), Turandot(2), Postillon, Evangelimann, Tote Stadt, Simplizius, Don Cesar,
Zigeunerliebe, Page der Konigs (Goetz); Songs of Alrmann, Morey, Niederberger(2),
Benatzky, Lewinnek, Ernst, Sereano, Tosti, De Crescezo, Labriola, Biscardi, Rossini,
Tagliaferri(3), Anon. [Recorded 1929-36; transfers by Keith Hardwick; DMM] EMI EX-29
0936 3(2). A- to A ....................................................................................................................... 20.00
665. SCHMIDT: Arias - Martha, Africana, Elisir, Postillon de Longjumeau (Adam), Trovatore,
Rigoletto, Turandot(2); Popular songs (7). [recorded 1933-36] Sera 60120. A- ............................. 7.00
666. SCHUMANN: Arias - Seraglio(2), Don Giovanni(2), Figaro(3), Flute, Wildschutz, Fra Diavolo,
Faust, Hansel, Mignon(2); Songs of Strauss & Wolf. [recorded 1915-23; German-only notes]
Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 186. A- ............................................................................................ 9.00
667.*SCHWARZ: (Hanna): Reger Songs (22). Cord Garben, piano. Camera Magna SM-90024. A- ........ 11.00
668.*SCHWARZKOPF: Arias & selections from St. Matthew, Messiah, German Requiem, Mahler 4th,
Figaro(2), Cosi(2), Don Giovanni, Freischutz, Otello, Boheme, Gianni, Rosenkavalier (Finale,
Act I, w/Ludwig et. al.), Opernball, Vogelhandler(2), Dubary, Obersteiger, Merry Widow,
Count of Luxembourg; Songs of Schubert, Strauss, Mahler, Wolf(4). [blue labels] Angel SCB3754(3). A- .................................................................................................................................. 11.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
669.*SCHWARZKOPF: Arias - Tannhauser(2); Lohengrin(2; 1 w/Ludwig, cond Wallberg);
Freischutz(2). Susskind/PO. [red U.S. labels - the earliest Angel stereo labels; lovely cover
portrait of Schwarzkopf] Angel S-35806. A-(brief, lgt tks in Lohengrin) ...................................... 10.00
670.*SCHWARZKOPF: Schumann - Frauenliebe und Leben; Liederkreis. Parsons, piano. Angel S37043. A-..................................................................................................................................... 10.00
671.*SCHWARZKOPF: Wolf - Songs from the Romantic Poets (17). Moore, piano. [blue labels]
Angel S-36308. A- ....................................................................................................................... 10.00
672.*SCHWARZKOPF: Songs You Love - Sibelius, Traditional, Martini, Mendelssohn, Dvorak,
Hahn, Tchaikovsky, Jensen, Grieg, Strauss, Wolf & Swiss Folk Songs. Moore, piano. [blue
labels] Angel S-35383. A- .............................................................................................................. 6.00
673. SEINEMEYER: Vol. 3: Arias - Aida, Otello & Rigoletto (duets w/Pattiera), Andrea, Tosca(2),
Butterfly(2), Meistersinger; songs of Schubert(3). [Recorded 1928; German-only notes]
Lebendige Vergangenheit (Austrian issue) LV 113. A- ................................................................... 7.00
674. SIEMS: (Margarethe): Arias - Nozze, Huguenots, Merry Wives, Rosenkavalier(2), Dinorah,
Daughter, Mignon, Trovatore & Aida; Proch song. Rococo R-20. A-- ........................................... 8.00
675.*SILLS: Scenes & Arias - Manon, Louise, Hamlet, Mignon, Robert, Huguenots. Mackerras/RPO;
Ambrosian Opera Cho. West WST-17163. A- ................................................................................ 6.00
676.*SILLS: Verdi Arias - Ernani, Corsaro, Attila, Vespri, Rigoletto, Traviata(2). [drm] Angel AV34017............................................................................................................................................. 6.00
677.*SILLS: Victor Herbert Songs - Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life; A Kiss in the Dark; 7 more.
Kostelanetz/LSO also play 2 Herbert medleys. [fold-open album] Angel SFO-37160. A- .............. 6.00
678. SMIRNOV: Arias - Tosca, Barber, Mefistofele, Pecheurs, Manon(2), Elisir, Boheme, Tabarro,
Rigoletto, Cav, Manon Lescaut & Traviata; Song of Leoncavallo. Club 99 CL-99-31. A-............... 7.00
679.*SODERSTROM: Rachmaninov Songs, Vol. 3. 16 songs. Ashkenazy, piano. [Beswick;
Wilkinson; 1976] London OS-26433. FS(c/c) ................................................................................. 4.00
680. SOUZAY: Debussy - Ballade que fait Villon a la Requeste de sa Mere pour Prier Noster Dame; La
Grotte; Mandoline. Ravel - Don Quichotte a Dulcinee. Lindenberg/PCO. [10-inch] London
LD-9091. B+ ................................................................................................................................. 8.00
681.*SOUZAY: Faure - Poeme d'un Jour; Lydia; Les Berceaux. Duparc - Twelve Songs. Baldwin,
piano. EMI HQS-1258. A- ............................................................................................................. 8.00
682. SPANI: Testimonial 1958: Limited Edition: Manon, Faust, La Wally, Trovatore, Tosca, Ballo,
Lohengrin, Cav, Pag, Boheme, Manon Lescaut, Otello, Butterfly. Songs of Dvorak, Scarlatti,
Ciampi, Caccini, Tirindelli, Paradies, Pergolesi, Brahms, Ugarte, Granados, Nin, Obradors,
Buchardo. Club 99 VRCS-1(2). A- .............................................................................................. 15.00
683. STABILE: (Mariano): Arias (13). [rec 1924-29] Preiser LV-288. A- ................................................... 5.00
684. STEBER: Berlioz - Les Nuits d'Ete (Mitropoulos/Col Sym); Three Songs (Morel/Col Sym). Col
ML-4940. A-("6-eyes" labels; brief lgt swish beg sds) ..................................................................... 6.00
685. STEBER: Live Performances, 1940-53: Butterfly, Turandot (English!), Barber, Traviata,
Fledermaus, Trovatore, Faust Trio, Rigoletto Quartet (Sullivan, Stevens, T.L.Thomas), Lucia
Sextet (as above plus Hines & Rounesville); Songs: Firestone, Kern, Herbert; Carousel &
Maytime (w/Bjoerling). Legendary LR-141. A- ............................................................................ 16.00
686. STIGNANI: Live Performances, 1938-60: Don Carlo, Gioconda(2), Forza, Cav, Samson,
Oberto, Favorita, Werther, Ballo, Carmen, Trovatore(2), Adriana, Arlesiana & Semiramide
(last appearance); Songs of Tosti(2), Rossini. Legendary LR-146(2). A- ...................................... 16.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
687. STRACCIARI: (Riccardo): 9 Arias; 8 Songs. Club 99 CL-99-29. A- ................................................... 5.00
688. STRACCIARI: Barber, Favorita(2), Tannhauser, Damnation, Rigoletto, Trovatore, Ballo, Faust,
Hamlet(2), Pag, Zaza(2), Andrea(2) & La Wally. [rec mostly 1925; German notes] Lebendige
Vergangenheit LV 136. A- ............................................................................................................. 7.00
689. STRACCIARI: Arias - Otello(3), Pag, Don Giovanni, Carmen, Ernani, Gioconda, Andrea &
Dinorah. [last three acoustic] OASI 519. A- ................................................................................... 4.00
690.*STRATAS: "Sings Weill" - 15 selections. Schwarz/ Y Chamber Orch. Nonesuch 9 79131-1.
FS(c/c; rec 1986, so presumably digital) ......................................................................................... 9.00
691.*SUTHERLAND: Verdi Arias - Ernani, Masnadieri, Luisa, Attila, Rigoletto, Traviata(2), Vespri.
Misc Conds/Orchs. London OS-25939. FS ................................................................................... 4.00
692.*SUTHERLAND: Joy of Christmas:14 Songs/Carols. Bonynge/NPO; Cho. London OS-25943.
FS ................................................................................................................................................ 12.00
693. SYMONETTE: Brahms - Vier Ernste Gesange. Schubert - Three Italian Songs; Der Kampf.
Alberta Masiello, piano. [most of the disc plays B+ or better (especially side 2), but there are
a few small scratches and pressing flaws, so am grading it down; scarce!!] Colosseum CLPS1002. B to B++(varies) ................................................................................................................ 23.00
694. TAGLIABUE: (Carlo): Arias (12). [rec 1939-46] Preiser LV-270. A- .................................................. 5.00
695. TAJO: Barber(2), Simon, Macbeth, Faust, Boheme, Don Giovanni, Figaro & Don Carlo. OASI
632. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 5.00
696. TASSINARI: Early Recordings - Mefistofele, Faust, Butterfly, Wm Tell, Boheme, Turandot.
OASI 638. A- ................................................................................................................................ 7.00
697.*TEAR: Tchaikovsky Songs (19). Ledger, piano. Argo ZRG-707. A- .................................................. 6.00
698. TETRAZINI: Arias (8); Songs (5). Club 99 VRCS-2. A- ..................................................................... 5.00
699. TEYTE: Songs of Hahn, Faure, Berlioz, Duparc, Chausson, Trad(2); Arias from Manon(2),
Boheme & Monsieur Beaucaire. [from radio broadcasts, mostly Bell Telephone Hour, 1948]
Glendale GL-8002. A-.................................................................................................................. 10.00
700. THILL: Arias - Damnation, Africana, Faust, Manon, Werther, Parsifal, Traviata, Rigoletto,
Pag(2), Tosca, Turandot(2) & Andrea. [recorded 1927-31; German-only notes] Lebendige
Vergangenheit LV 224. A- ............................................................................................................. 7.00
701. THOMAS: (John Charles): Arias - Pag, Ballo, Herodiade; Songs of Sullivan, Herbert, Curran,
Romberg, Jacobi, Friml, Wood, Meyer, Tours; Duet on "Old Folks at Home" with Ponselle,
live 1952. OASI 527. A- ................................................................................................................ 7.00
702.+THOMAS: (Thomas L.): Songs of Wales, Volume 2. Sixteen songs (in Welsh). Enid Simon,
harp; Jacob Hanneman, piano. Daffodil DAF-222. A- ................................................................ 10.00
703. TIRARD: (Charlotte): Arias - Boheme, Faust(2), Tosca, Butterfly, Roi d'Ys, Griselidis, Le Tasse
(Godard), Le Cid, Reine de Saba & Cinq-Mars (both Gounod); Songs by Delibes & Chausson.
Club 99 CL-99-97. A- .................................................................................................................... 7.00
704. TOUREL: "A Tribute" - Arias from Cenerentola, Barber, Italiana, Semiramide, Carmen(4);
Mussorgsky's Songs & Dances of Death; Debussy's 3 Chansons de Bilitis; Songs & arias by
Bellini, Prokofiev, Ravel, Chopin, Satie, Villa-Lobos, Nin, Ginastera & Obradors. Odyssey
Y2-32880(2). A- .......................................................................................................................... 12.00
705. TOUREL: Offenbach - Highlights from La Vie Parisienne (Morel/Col Sym); Tales of Hoffman; La
Perichole (Abravanel/Col Sym). Odyssey 32 16 0351. A- ............................................................. 6.00
706. TOZZI: Arias - Don Carlo, Simon, Vespri, Ernani, Nabucco, Don Giovanni & Figaro.
Morel/Rome Opera. [rec April 1958 in mono only; German issue of LM-2188 ("Presenting
Tozzi") which was only in print 1958-1961] RCA PVM1-9049. A- .............................................. 16.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
707. TRAUBEL: Fourteen popular songs, including September Song, Autumn Leaves, Summertime,
Brahms' Lullaby & Danny Boy. Rogers/Orch & Cho. [unusual Traubel item!] Dot DLP-3058.
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 16.00
708. TRAUBEL: Tristan - Isolde's Narrative; Liebestod. Rodzinski/NYP. MELCHIOR: Tristan - O
Konig; Act III, Scenes 1 & 2. Janssen; Leinsdorf/Col Op Orch; Kinsky/Colon Opera.
Odyssey 32 16 0145. A- ................................................................................................................. 7.00
709. TRAUBEL & MELCHIOR: Wagner - Two scenes each from Lohengrin & Tristan.
Ormandy/Hollywood Bowl Orch. [August 26, 1948] Voce 94. A-............................................. 10.00
710. TREPTOW: Wagner - Parsifal Scenes. Knappertsbusch/VPO; VSO Cho. [10-inch] London
LPS-287. B-................................................................................................................................... 8.00
711.*TUCKER: Verdi Arias - Aida, Forza, Trovatore, Ballo, Luisa, Rigoletto, Lombardi, Vespri,
Simon, Due Foscare. Santi/VSOO. Col MS-6668. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) .................................. 8.00
712. TUCKER: At the Hollywood Bowl. Arias - Judas, Andrea, Forza, Africaine, Carmen, Cav; Songs
of Leoncavalllo & De Curtis. [Live, 1951] HRE 383. A- .............................................................. 16.00
713.*TUCKER: Great Songs of Love and Inspiration. Twelve selections including Exodus Song,
Tonight, Love is a Many-Splendored Thing, Climb Ev'ry Mountain. Henderson/Orch. Col
MS-6767. A-("2-eyes" labels)....................................................................................................... 12.00
714.*TUCKER: In Memoriam. Wide selection from mono & stereo eras, heavy on Verdi & Puccini,
plus some cantor's prayers and popular songs. [With very well-illustrated 20-page booklet]
Col D3M-33448(3). A- ................................................................................................................ 24.00
715. URBANO: (Umberto): Vol 2: Arias - Puritani, Don Sebastian, Gioconda(2), Andrea, Otello &
Herodiade; Songs of de Curtis(2), Denza, Quarante, Tosti, Mario, Ronald, Pini, Tosti. [rec
1928-9; German-only notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 278. A- ................................................ 7.00
716. URLUS: Arias - Fidelio, Walkure(2), Meistersinger, Magic Flute, Rienzi, Dutchman; Songs of
Goetze, Schubert, Meyer-Helmund, Rossini, Rubinstein & Franck. [Edison diamond discs,
1913-22] Club 99 CL-99-21. A- ................................................................................................... 10.00
717. URLUS: Arias - Magic Flute, Fidelio, Euryanthe, Juive, Prophete, Walkure(2), Aida, Trovatore,
Otello, Pag, Carmen & Tiefland. [Recorded 1909-12; German-only notes] Court Opera CO350. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
718.*VALAITIS: Arias - Khovantschina, Tosca, Mazeppa, Queen of Spades, Prince Igor, Francesca da
Rimini, Rigoletto, Carmen & Faust. Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre. Melodiya 33C10-05503-4. A- ........ 9.00
719.*VAN DAM: Arias - Don Carlos, Lakme, Jolie Fille, Tales, Herodiade, Manon, Don Quichotte,
Jongleur, Thais & Faust. Scimone/Monte Carlo Philharmonic. [dig] Erato NUM-75023. Ato A ............................................................................................................................................... 8.00
720.*VAN DAM: Songs of Schumann (9), Ibert (4 Chansons de Don Quichotte), Absil (3 Poemes de
Klingsor) & Poulenc (Chansons Gaillardes). Vanden Eynden, piano. Directeur Gerard
Mortier 1981 010. A- to A ............................................................................................................. 9.00
721.*VISHNEVSKAYA: Arias - Eugen Onegin, Butterfly, Aida; not sure what else because it is all in
Cyrillic! Melodiya C-0177-8. A- ..................................................................................................... 8.00
722.*VISHNEVSKAYA: Songs of Britten (6-song cycle: "The Poet's Echo") & Tchaikovsky (6).
Rostropovich, piano. London OS-26141. A- ................................................................................. 9.00
723. WARREN: "Rolling Down to Rio" - Eight songs to words by Kipling, plus Home on the Range,
Ol' Man River, Battle Hymn of the Republic, Mother Machree, America the Beautiful, Love's
Old Sweet Song & A Little Bit of Heaven. Frank Black/RCA Victor Orch. RCA LM-2206.
B+(occ tks; moderate spine damage & repair) .............................................................................. 12.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
724.*WEIKL: Arias - Tannhauser(2), Meistersinger(2), Hans Heiling, Der Vampir, Euryanthe, Zar &
Zimmermann. Wallberg/Munich Radio Orch. [German-only notes] Acanta 670-23-313. FS ........ 8.00
725. WELITSCH: Two scenes from Don Giovanni (de Paolis; Reiner/Metropolitan Opera); Sons of
Dargomyshski(2), Moussorgsky, Marx(2) & Strauss(2) (Ulanowsky, piano). [10-inch] Col
ML-2118. B+ ................................................................................................................................. 6.00
726. WEND: (Flore; soprano): Debussy - Proses Lyriques; Chansons de Bilitis; Trois Ballades. Odette
Gartenlaub, piano. [scarce!] Haydn Soc HSL-106. A--(light crackle, beg sides) .......................... 23.00
727.*WHITE: (Robert): Beethoven - Scottish, English, Irish & Welsh Songs (16). Kavafian, violin;
Ma, cello; Sanders, piano. RCA AGL1-4934. A-(c/c) ................................................................... 8.00
728.*WHITE: "When You and I Were Young, Maggie." Sixteen songs of sentiment, including
Beautiful Dreamer, Silver Threads Among the Gold, The Rosary, Little Boy Blue. Sanders,
piano. RCA ARL1-1698. A-........................................................................................................... 8.00
729. WITTRISCH: Arias - Africana, Halka, Rembrandt von Rijn (Klenau), Manon, Mignon, Fra
Diavolo, Barber, Aida, Otello, Butterfly & Huguenots. Club 99 CL-99-57. A- ............................... 8.00
730.*WUNDERLICH: Arias & Duets - Don Giovanni, Zar & Zimmermann, Merry Wives(2),
Dutchman, Butterfly(3). Assisting artists include Prey, Lorengar, Mathis, Hildebrand.
[German-only notes] Eterna 8 26 550. A- ..................................................................................... 10.00
731. ZBRUJEWA: (Eugenia): 7 Arias; 10 Songs. [acoustics] Club 99 CL-99-78. A- .................................... 5.00
732. ZENATELLO: (Giovanni): Arias (13). [acoustics] OASI 611. A- ........................................................ 5.00
733. ZENATELLO: Arias - Andrea, Carmen(2), Pag, Tosca(2), Ballo(2), Otello(4) & Manon; interview
at age 78 (1948). [all electrical recordings] Club 99 CL-99-25. A- .................................................. 7.00
LP's: Vocalists - Duets
734.*CABALLE/CARRERAS: Duets from Adriana(2), Cid, Manon Lescaut, Poliuto, Devereux,
Andrea. [Live; misc orchs; 1977-1979] Legendary LR-104. A-....................................................... 7.00
735.*CABALLE/VERRETT: Duets from Semiramide, Anna Bolena, Norma, Tales, Aida, Butterfly &
Gioconda. Guadagno/NPO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. RCA LSC-3153. A- ...................................... 8.00
736.*CARRERAS/RICCIARELLI: Love Duets from Butterfly, Lombardi, Poliuto & Roberto.
Gardelli/LSO; Ambrosian Opera Cho.. Philips 9500 750. A- to A.............................................. 8.00
Listings of Audiophile and Special Label LP's follow on the next pages 
AUDIOPHILE AND SPECIAL LABEL RECORDS
The following several sections are devoted to listings of records by manufacturer in order of prefix and issue
number. In most of these cases, either an individual item or a whole series has a following among groups of
collectors on the basis of either quality of recorded sound to begin with or of pressing vintage (or both); in
some cases (audiophile or not) the label per se has so devoted a following that it makes sense to list discs here
rather than in an artist or repertoire category. Since many of these audiophiles are also followers of The
Abso!ute Sound magazine, I have also included notations when I have found reviews or comments regarding
specific discs in this publication. These take the form of the issue number followed by a colon, then the page
number, i.e. [38:155]. Please consult these references directly if you are interested in what TAS has said.
Their content in generally favorable, but they are not always so. Also, I have included these references even in
cases where TAS has discussed or listed a different issue of the same recording I have listed (for example, a
domestic vs. an imported pressing, or a reissue vs. original issue). So do not automatically assume that a TAS
reference means a rave review of the specific item listed. When the letter "L" follows one of these notes, it
means that the item was included on Harry Pearson's list on that page in that issue (rather than meaning that
the item received an actual review or comment). [If you have a specific interest in the early Columbia stereo
pressings with "2-eyes" labels, or the even earlier "6-eyes" pressings, here is where they are in this catalog:
#168, 190, 192, 202, 367, 534, 684, 711, 713, 1130-33, 1228, 1271, 1280, 1289, 1327, 1332-3, 1337, 1422,
1465, 1493, 1511, 1530, 1532, 1573-4, 1584, 1591, 1593, 1600, 1646, 1675-6, 1702-3, 1705, 1712, 1714-19,
1780, 1853, 1855, 1867, 1869-70, 1872, 1931, 1933, 1956, 1959, 1962-3..]
LP's: Angels
737. 35009: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Scheherazade. Dobrowen/PO. A- .................................................... 9.00
738. 35020: FLORENT SCHMITT - Psaume XLVII. Duval; Durufle; Tzipine/PCO; Brasseur Cho.
A--(but end sd 1, beg sd 2 very ticky) ............................................................................................. 9.00
739. 35048: BIZET - L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & 2; Jolie Fille de Perth Suite. Cluytens/ORTF. [Grand
Prix du Disque] [missing dowel spine, but notes insert is included] A- ............................................ 9.00
740. 35311: FAURE - Suites from Dolly, Masques et Bergemasques and Pelleas et Melisande.
Tzipine/Paris Opera Comique Orch. FS!!(orig issue w/dowel spine - still sealed!!) ................... 35.00
741. 35325: HAYDN - Symphonies #86 & 92. Caracciolo/Scarlatti Orch. [ns] A- .................................... 4.00
742. 35408: MOZART - Symphony #38 & #39. Klemperer/PO. [ns] A-(earliest U.S. red-label
pressing) ........................................................................................................................................ 7.00
743. 35410: STRAUSS - Death & Transfiguration. TCHAIKOVSKY - Romeo & Juliet. Galliera/PO.
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 18.00
744. 35418: MILHAUD (#1) & PROKOFIEV (Op.58) Cello Concerti. Starker; Susskind/PO. [first
issue of famous Starker disc] A-(superficial marks in Milhaud do not sound) ................................ 28.00
745. 35435: BERLIOZ OVERTURES - Roman Carnival; King Lear; Benvenuto Cellini; Beatrice &
Benedict; Corsaire. Cluytens/Paris Opera Orch. A--/B+ ............................................................ 11.00
746. 35502: PAGANINI - Violin Concerto #1 (Bruck/PCO); Cantabile in D (Mitnik, piano). Kogan.
B+/B .............................................................................................................................................. 5.00
747. 35521: SADLERS' WELLS BALLET - Silver Jubilee Tribute. Music of Purcell, Boyce, Gordon,
Lambert, Berners, Bliss, etc. Irving/ROHCG. [th] A- ................................................................. 12.00
748. 35552: STRAVINSKY - Petrouchka. Kurtz/PO. A-/A--(brief tks sd 2) ............................................. 11.00
LP's: Angels - continued
749. 35588: LECOCQ (arr. Gordon Jacob) - Mam'zell Angot. GLAZOUNOV (arr. Irving) - Birthday
Offering. Irving/RPO. A- ............................................................................................................ 12.00
750. 35609: REGIMENTAL MARCHES OF THE BRITISH ARMY (27). McBain/Band of Royal
Military School of Music, Kneller Hall. [Recorded 12/15/1957; with nicely-illustrated 12page booklet] A-(but first band each side has a skip) .................................................................... 13.00
751.*BERKELEY: (Sir Lennox): Symphony #2 (Braithwaite/LPO); Piano Concerto #2 (Wilde;
Braithwaite/NPO. [from Lyrita SRCS-94] HNH 4079. A-(c/c) ..................................................... 6.00
752.*S-36861: WALTON - Belshazzar's Feast. Shirley-Quirk; Cho; Previn/LSO, who also play
Improvisations on an Impromptu of Benjamin Britten. [Bishop; Parker] A- .................................... 5.00
753.*SB-3851(2): PROKOFIEV - Ivan the Terrible; Sinfonietta. Arkhipova; Mokrenko; Morgunov;
Muti/PO; Ambrosian Chorus. [TAS 65:164L re EMI original] A- ............................................ 13.00
754.*SB-3853(2): MESSIAEN - Turangalila Symphony. Beroff, piano; Loriod, ondes martinot;
Previn/LSO. [Bishop; Parker; quad] A- ....................................................................................... 10.00
LP's: Capitols
755.*SP-8573: JONGEN - Symphonie Concertante for Organ & Orchestra. Fox; Pretre/Paris Opera
Orch. A- ...................................................................................................................................... 12.00
LP's: Londons
The very early [c.1958-1963] blue-backed issues with "FFSS" on the label are designated [bb]. All of the items
listed below are British pressings unless otherwise noted.
756.*414 101-1(3): WAGNER - Das Rheingold. Flagstad; London; Svanholm; Neidlinger; Solti/VPO.
[TAS 12:527; 73:150L] [digital remastering c.1979] FS! ..............................................................
757.*CS-6010: MENDELSSOHN & BRUCH - Violin Concerti. Ricci; Gamba/LSO. [bb; FFSS] A- .......
758.*CS-6011: TCHAIKOVSKY - Violin Concerto. Campoli; Argenta/LSO. [bb; FFSS] B+(some
crackly & ticky spots, esp. side 1) ................................................................................................
759.*CS-6021: BRAHMS - Six Pieces, op.118; 4 Intermezzi; Rhapsody, Op.79 #1; Capriccio, Op.76
#2. Backhaus, piano. [bb; FFSS] A-(1st 1/8-inch of side #1 is ticky) ............................................
760.*CS-6023: RAVEL - Ma Mere L'Oye (Mother Goose). DEBUSSY - Three Nocturnes.
Ansermet/OSR; Cho (in 3rd Nocturne). [TAS 38:157] [bb; FFSS] A- .........................................
761.*CS-6036: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Christmas Eve Suite; Sadko; Chanson Russe; Flight of the
Bumblebee. Ansermet/OSR. A- ..................................................................................................
762.*CS-6044: VIVALDI - The Four Seasons. Munchinger/Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra. [bb;
FFSS] A- .....................................................................................................................................
763.*CS-6046: RODRIGO - Concierto de Aranjuez (Yepes). FALLA: Nights in the Gardens of Spain
(Soriano). Argenta/Spanish Natnl Orch). [TAS 42:83-4; 73:149L] [bb; FFSS] A- ....................
764.*CS-6051: SCHUBERT - Octet in F. Vienna Octet. [TAS 38:159] [bb; FFSS] A-(c/c) ......................
765.*CS-6053: BEETHOVEN OVERTURES - Leonore #3; Fidelio; Egmont; Coriolan.
Munchinger/VPO. [bb; FFSS] A- ...............................................................................................
14.00
40.00
12.00
18.00
35.00
16.00
32.00
35.00
18.00
40.00
LP's: Londons - continued
766.*CS-6055: RACHMANINOV - Piano Concerto #1. TCHAIKOVSKY - Concert Fantasy in G.
Katin; Boult/LPO. A-(blue-backed cover but NOT FFSS labels) ................................................ 10.00
767.*CS-6058: MASSENET - Le Cid Ballet Music. MEYERBEER-LAMBERT - Les Patineurs Ballet.
Martinon/Israel Phil. [bb; FFSS] A-(first copy I've had since 1992!) .......................................... 40.00
768.*CS-6060: HAYDN PIANO MUSIC - Sonatas #34, #48 & #52; Andante con Variazioni; Fantasia
in C. Backhaus. [bb; FFSS] A-(little or no sound from superficial rubs) ....................................... 40.00
769.*CS-6065: MENDELSSOHN - Symphony #4. SCHUBERT - Symphony #5. Solti/Israel
Philharmonic. [bb; FFSS] A-(superficial rubs do not sound) ....................................................... 18.00
770.*CS-6077: RAVEL - Bolero; Alborada del Gracioso. Falla - Three Dances from The ThreeCornered Hat. Weber-Berlioz - Invitation to the Waltz. Wolff/PCO. [bb; FFSS] A--(few ticks
beginning of Bolero) .................................................................................................................... 16.00
771.*CS-6107: MOZART - Symphonies #32 & #38. Maag/LSO. [scarce!] [bb; FFSS] A--(a touch for
groove rumble keeps this from A-) ............................................................................................... 32.00
772.*CS-6127: TCHAIKOVSKY - Swan Lake (extended excerpts). Ansermet/OSR. [bb; FFSS] A(only my second copy ever of this!) .............................................................................................. 32.00
773.*CS-6143: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #9. Sutherland; Procter; Dermota; Van Mill;
Ansermet/OSR. [bb; FFSS] A-(but 1/4-inch scratch in finale) ...................................................... 16.00
774.*CS-6153: RACHMANINOV - Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. DOHNANYI - Variations on a
Nursery Tune. Katchen; Boult/LPO. [bb; FFSS] A- ................................................................... 20.00
775.*CS-6177: MUSSORGSKY - Pictures at an Exhibition. LISZT - The Huns. Ansermet/OSR. A- ....... 12.00
776.*CS-6189: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #3. Ansermet/OSR. [bb; FFSS] A-- ...................................... 23.00
777.*CS-6194: ALBENIZ - Iberia (6 excerpts). TURINA - Danzas Fantasticas. Ansermet/OSR. A- ........ 12.00
778.*CS-6208: BIZET - Symphony; Jeux d'Enfants & Jolie Fille de Perth Suites. Ansermet/OSR. A(c/c) ............................................................................................................................................. 12.00
779.*CS-6212: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Scheherazade. BORODIN - Polovetsian Dances (w/Cho).
Ansermet/OSR. [TAS 108:113] A- ............................................................................................. 16.00
780.*CS-6240: PROKOFIEV - Cinderella (excerpts from the ballet). Ansermet/OSR. [bb; FFSS] A- ....... 25.00
781.*CS-6328: BEETHOVEN OVERTURES - Leonore #1 - #3; Fidelio. Maazel/Israel Phil. A- .............. 6.00
782.*CS-6367: RAVEL - Bolero; La Valse. HONEGGER - Pacific 231. DUKAS - The Sorcerer's
Apprentice. Ansermet/OSR. A- .................................................................................................... 6.00
783.*CS-6398: BRITTEN - Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra (no narration); Serenade for Tenor,
Horn & Strings (Pears; Tuckwell). Composer/LSO. A-(demo) .................................................... 8.00
784.*CS-6400: BACH - Suite #2. MOZART - Flute Concerto, K.314. GLUCK - Dance of the Blessed
Spirits. Claude Monteux, flute; Monteux/LSO. [Claude was Pierre's son, of course; nice
cover photo of the two of them. He passed away in 2013, at age 92!] A- ........................................ 8.00
785.*CS-6410: BRAHMS - Piano Sonatas #1 & #2. Katchen. [Piano Works, Vol.3] FS ............................. 9.00
786.*CS-6422: CHOPIN - Four Ballades; Trois Nouvelles Etudes. Ashkenazy, piano. A- ........................... 6.00
787.*CS-6423: OSCAR ESPLA - Don Quijote Velando las Armas ("Don Quixote Watching Over His
Arms"). ALBENIZ - Rapsodia Espanola (arranged for piano and orchestra by Cristobal
Halffter). Soriano, piano; Fruhbeck de Burgos/Spanish National Orchestra. A-(scarce item
- my first copy ever!) .................................................................................................................... 29.00
LP's: Londons - continued
788.*CS-6465: BRITTEN - Sinfonietta. HINDEMITH - Octet. Vienna Octet Members. A-...................... 6.00
789.*CS-6508: PIZZETTI - La Pisanella; Concerto Dell'Estate. Gardelli/OSR. A-(s/s)............................. 11.00
790.*CS-6581: ALBENIZ (arr. Fruhbeck de Burgos) - Suite Espanola. Fruhbeck de Burgos/NPO. A-.... 11.00
791.*CS-6605: OVERTURES - Donna Diana; Fledermaus; Merry Wives; Prinz Methusalem; Opera
Ball. Boskovsky/VPO. FS(nice fold-open album; great Donna Diana!!) ....................................... 12.00
792.*CS-6627: BURGMULLER - La Peri. Bonynge/LSO. A- .................................................................... 6.00
793.*CS-6643: FRENCH OPERA OVERTURES - Marco Spada; Giralda; Fille de Madame Angot;
Mignon; Cloches de Corneville; Lestocq; Poupee de Nuremberg; Calife de Bagdad.
Bonynge/NPO. A-....................................................................................................................... 12.00
794.*CS-6707: VIENNESE NEW YEAR'S CONCERT: Strauss Family - Schutzenqhadrille;
Schwartzerin, Im Fluge, Emancipierte, Mit Extrapost, Extempere & Auf Ferienreisen Polkas;
Indigo & Viertzig Rauber Overture; Bei Uns z'Haus & Fesche Geister Waltzes; Fledermaus
Czardas. Boskovsky/VPO. A-(c/c; demo copy) ............................................................................. 6.00
795.*CS-6777: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #7. Solti/VPO. A- ................................................................... 6.00
796.*CS-6800: SOLTI CHICAGO SHOWCASE - Egmont, Leonore #3, Barber of Seville &
Meistersinger Overtures. Strauss - Don Juan. Solti/CSO. [Harvey; Wilkinson] FS! ...................... 16.00
797.*CS-6812: OFFENBACH - Le Papillon. Bonynge/LSO. [Woolcock; Wilkinson] A- ............................ 7.00
798.*CS-6857: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #5; Egmont Ov. Ashkenazy; Solti/CSO. A-(Dutch
pressing) ........................................................................................................................................ 9.00
799.*CS-6898: RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe (complete ballet). Maazel/CO. A- ............................................ 6.00
800.*CS-6923: AUBER - Marco Spada. Bonynge/LSO. [Woolcock; Wilkinson; Kingsway Hall, 1972]
A- .................................................................................................................................................. 5.00
801.*CS-6979: DVORAK - Symphony #8; The Wood Dove. Mehta/LAPO. [Minshull; Lock] A-(c/c) ....... 6.00
802.*CS-7005: SIBELIUS - Swanwhite & King Christian II Suites; Andante Festivo. Jalas/Hungarian
State Sym. [Szekely; Csintalan] A-(c/c) ......................................................................................... 7.00
803.*CS-7062: PROKOFIEV - Piano Concerti #1 & #2; Hebrew Themes Overture. Ashkenazy;
Previn/LSO. FS .......................................................................................................................... 12.00
804.*CS-7097: BERLIOZ - Harold in Italy. Vernon; Maazel/CO. [Mallinson; Moorfoot] A-(c/c) .............. 6.00
805.*CS-7110: HOLST - The Planets. Solti/LPO. [Mallinson; Wilkinson & Pinder] A- ............................... 6.00
806.*CS-7134: SCHUMANN - Carnaval. SCHUBERT - Sonata in A; Impromptu. de Larrocha,
piano. [Walker; Eadon & Pinder] A-(c/c) ....................................................................................... 9.00
807.*CS-7197: REGER - Variations & Fugue on Theme of Telemann. Brahms - Variations & Fugue on
a Theme of Handel. Bolet, piano. [Wadland; Dunkerley] A- to A(Dutch pressing) .......................... 6.00
808.*CSA-2203(2): TCHAIKOVSKY - The Nutcracker (complete ballet). Ansermet/OSR. A- ................ 18.00
809.*CSA-2226(2): ADAM - Giselle (complete ballet). Bonynge/Monte Carlo Opera Orchestra. A- ..... 20.00
810.*CSA-2229(2): DELIBES - Coppelia. Bonynge/OSR. A-(s/s)............................................................ 11.00
811.*CSA-2242(2): MAHLER - Symphony #2. Cotrubas; Ludwig; Mehta/VPO; VSO Cho.
[Minshull; Moorfoot & Law; recorded 1975, Sofiensaal, Vienna] [TAS 43:159] A-...................... 23.00
812.*CSA-2312(3): PROKOFIEV - Romeo & Juliet (complete ballet). Maazel/CO. [Woolcock;
Moorfoot & Parry; TAS 6:185; 34:178; 73:148L] A- ................................................................... 18.00
LP's: Londons - continued
813.*CSA-2404(4): BEETHOVEN - The Five Piano Concerti. Ashkenazy; Solti/CSO. [Grammy
Award, 1973: Best Performance of Instrumental Soloist with Orchestra] A- ................................. 14.00
814.*LDR-71031: RACHMANINOFF - Symphony #3; Youth Symphony, 1891. Ashkenazy/ACO.
[dig; Cornall; Wilkinson & Dunkerly] A- to A(c/c; Dutch pressing) ................................................ 9.00
815.*OS-25731: HAYDN - Mass #9 in d (Lord Nelson). Stahlman; Watts; Brown; Krause;
Willcocks/LSO; King's College Choir, Cambridge. [bb; FFSS] A- ........................................... 10.00
816.*OS-25799: REGINE CRESPIN - Arias from Trovatore, Ballo, Otello, Gioconda, Cav, Madama
& Mefistofele. [bb; FFSS] A-(few light bubble thumps) ................................................................ 12.00
817.*OSA--1155: GILBERT & SULLIVAN - Trial By Jury; Excerpts from Utopia, Ltd. Hood;
Round; Sandford; Reed; Godfrey/ROHCG; D'Oyly Carte Opera Co. [TAS 42:112-115] A(c/c) ............................................................................................................................................... 6.00
818.*OSA--1277(2): GILBERT & SULLIVAN - The Pirates of Penzance. Reed; Adams; Cook;
Brannigan; Godfrey/RPO; D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. [TAS 42:115] A- to A(Dutch
pressing) ........................................................................................................................................ 8.00
819.*OSA--1324(3): VERDI - Otello. Del Monaco; Tebaldi; Protti; Krause; Corena; Karajan/VPO.
[TAS 61:130-4] A- ...................................................................................................................... 16.00
820.*OSA--1393(3): VERDI - Aida. Price; Vickers; Gorr; Merrill; Tozzi; Solti/Rome Opera. [Mohr;
Layton; from RCA LSC-6158] ..................................................................................................... 16.00
821.*OSA--1405(4): VERDI - La Forza del Destino. Del Monaco; Tebaldi; Simionato; Bastianini;
Siepi; Corena; Di Palma; Molinari-Pradelli/ASCR. [bb] A-(superb copy with early FFSS
labels) .......................................................................................................................................... 32.00
822.*OSA-12103(2): GILBERT & SULLIVAN - The Mikado. Ayldon; Wright; Reed; Sandford;
Masterson; Nash/D'Oyly Carte Opera Company; RPO. [Horricks; Moorfoot][TAS 42:112115] A- .......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
823.*OSA-13108(3): PUCCINI - Turandot. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Caballe; Ghiaurov; Krause; Pears;
Mehta/LPO. [Minshull & Woolcock; Wilkinson & Lock; TAS 43:159; 65:158L] A- ................... 14.00
824.*OSA-13135(3): STRAUSS - The Egyptian Helen. Jones; Hendricks; Kastu; Dorati/Detroit
Sym; Kenneth Jewell Chorale. [Mallinson; Wilkinson & Moorfoot] A- ......................................... 18.00
825.*PS-124: MANTOVANI FILM ENCORES - High Noon, September Song, Intermezzo, Laura,
Limelight, seven more. Mantovani/His Orch. [bb] A- ................................................................... 7.00
826.*PSA-3202(2): ALL-AMERICAN SHOWCASE - Mantovani and His Orchestra in six
selections each by Sigmund Romberg, Irving Berlin, Rudolf Friml & Victor Herbert.
[FFSS labels] A--/A- .................................................................................................................... 18.00
827.*RICHMOND S-29085: TCHAIKOVSKY - Violin Concerto. Campoli; Argenta/LSO. [originally
on CS-6011] FS!!! ...................................................................................................................... 40.00
828.*SDD-2124 (Canadian): MUSSORGSKY - Pictures at an Exhibition. LISZT - The Huns.
Ansermet/OSR. A- ..................................................................................................................... 16.00
829.*STS-15007: DVORAK - Symphony #9. Kubelik/VPO. [from CS-6020] A- ....................................... 7.00
830.*STS-15014: FALLA - El Amor Brujo (Gabarain; Ansermet/OSR); El Retablo de Maese Pedro
(Soloists; Argenta/Spanish National Orch). A- ........................................................................... 8.00
831.*STS-15026: SCHUMANN - Piano Concerto. WEBER - Konzertstuck for Piano & Orchestra.
Gulda; Andreae/VPO. [from CS-6082] A- ................................................................................... 8.00
832.*STS-15051: MASSENET - Le Cid Ballet Music. MEYERBEER-LAMBERT - Les Patineurs
Ballet. Martinon/Israel Phil. [from CS-6058; very crisp!] A- ........................................................ 9.00
LP's: Londons - continued
833.*STS-15055: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #4; Coriolan Overture. Ansermet/OSR. A- ....................... 12.00
834.*STS-15070: JOHANN STRAUSS (arr. Dorati) - Graduation Ball Ballet. WEBER (Orch. Berlioz)
- Invitation to the Dance. Boskovsky/VPO. A- .............................................................................. 6.00
835.*STS-15084: MENDELSSOHN - Midsummer Night's Dream Music. Vyvyan; Lowe; Maag/LSO;
ROHCG Female Cho. [From CS-6001; TAS 38:157] A-............................................................ 12.00
836.*STS-15188: ELGAR - Enigma Variations. BRAHMS - Haydn Variations. Monteux/LSO.
[Walker; Wilkinson & Windebank; from RCA LSC-2418: see TAS 60:126; 88:168-70] A- .......... 20.00
837.*STS-15213/15(3): HAYDN - The Paris Symphonies: #82 - #87. Ansermet/OSR. A- ....................... 23.00
838.*STS-15228: STRAVINSKY - Le Baiser de la Fee (complete). Ansermet/OSR. [from CS-6368]
A- .................................................................................................................................................. 9.00
839.*STS-15229/34(6): HAYDN - Symphonies #82 - #92; Sinfonia Concertante in B-Flat.
Dorati/Philharmonia Hungarica. [Mallinson; Moorfoot] A-(minor box scuffs) .......................... 25.00
LP's: London Phase-4 Stereo
840.*SPC-21005: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Scheherazade. Stokowski/LSO. A- ......................................
841.*SPC-21042: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #5. SCHUBERT - Symphony #8. Stokowski/LPO. [one
of the scarcer items in this series] A- ............................................................................................
842.*SPC-21043: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #9. Harper; Watts; Young; McIntyre; Stokowski/LSO;
Cho. [TAS 12:513+515; great added horn & trumpet flourishes at end!] A- .................................
843.*SPC-21059: RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2 (with LSO Chorus; and not only where you
expect them!). DEBUSSY - La Mer. BERLIOZ - Dance of the Sylphs. Stokowski/LSO. FS .......
844.*SPC-21061: FRANCK - Symphony. RAVEL - Fanfare for L'Eventail de Jeanne.
Stokowski/Hilversum Radio Orch. [TAS 37:143] A- ................................................................
845.*SPC-21086: IVES - Symphony #2. Herrmann/LSO. [Few; Bannister] A- ........................................
846.*SPC-21090/1(2): STOKOWSKI/LSO 60TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT: WAGNER Meistersinger Prelude. GLAZOUNOV - Violin Concerto (Marcovici). BRAHMS - Symphony
#1. TCHAIKOVSKY - Marche Slav. [TAS 12:514; live, 6-14-72; same program as Stoky's 1st
with LSO on 5-22-1912(!), when Zimbalist was soloist; Stokowski speaks briefly introducing
the Marche Slave encore; w/10-page booklet with some great photos] A- ....................................
847.*SPC-21144: JOHANN STRAUSS - Blue Danube; Tales from the Vienna Woods; Voices of
Spring; Artist's Life; Roses from the South. Fiedler/BPS. [Few; Mailes; how did this recording
come about?!?! Was this Fiedler's only appearance on London?] A-..............................................
848.*SPC-21166: MIKLOS ROZSA - Music from Ben Hur. Composer/National Philharmonic Orch
& Cho. [Few, McDonald; Goodall; TAS re Decca issue: 65:164L] A- to A(Dutch pressing;
c/c) ..............................................................................................................................................
849.*SPC-21180: ROZSA - Quo Vadis (music from the film). Composer/RPO. [TAS 73:152L] A- to
A(Dutch pressing; c/c) .................................................................................................................
850.*SPC-21185: GERSHWIN - Second Rhapsody (Votapek); Girl Crazy Suite; Wintergreen for
President; Three Preludes; Overtures to Let Them Eat Cake; Of Thee I Sing; Oh, Kay!; Funny
Face. Fiedler/BPS. A- .................................................................................................................
12.00
14.00
10.00
18.00
12.00
12.00
25.00
12.00
16.00
16.00
10.00
LP's: Mercuries
For the SR series (and some of the others) I am now replacing my previous pressing designation by means of
label-type with designations by means of stamper numbers, since most of my customers seem to find that
information more complete and useful. The FR's are the earliest stampers, followed by the RFR's, CFR's and
M's. FR stampers no longer appeared in issues with numbers above about SR-90265 (some earlier numbers
may also have been pressed first as RFR's), and there were no RFR's either above about SR-90500. Excellent
(or mint) copies of Mercury's early stereo pressings (particularly those with the early FR stampers), like those
of most companies in the late 50's and early 60's, sometimes grade A- but frequently have a degree of surface
noise which falls a little below my audition grade of A-, yet is quieter than what I grade B+. These are graded
"A- to B+." Items graded A- are very fine copies of very quiet pressings, and grades above that are exceptional.
851.*LPS2-901(2): THE CIVIL WAR, VOLUME 1 - One side each devoted to Union & Confederate band
music; one side to field music of both armies; on side 4, Martin Gabel narrates "Sounds of
Conflict," with sounds of civil war era artillery (utterly thunderous!) and small arms, mounted
troops and caissons. Fennell/EWE, playing original instruments; Reactivated Civil War
Unit, Battery B, 2nd New Jersey Light Artillery. A-(RFR-1/M-2/M-2/FRF-3; c/c) .................. 32.00
852.*LPS2-902(2): THE CIVIL WAR, VOLUME 2 - Its Music & its Sounds, Volume 2. Music,
songs, sounds of many types of guns and artillery. Fennell/EWE; Martin Gabel, narr;
Reactivated Civil War Unit, Battery B, 2nd New Jersey Light Artillery. [impressive
production] A-(M-2/RFR-1/M-2/M-2; c/c)................................................................................... 32.00
853. MG-50136: CARPENTER - Adventures in a Perambulator. PHILLIPS: Selections from
McGuffey's Readers. Hanson/ERSO. [TAS re stereo 39:125] [Fr-4/FR-1] B++(occ tks in
Carpenter) ...................................................................................................................................... 6.00
854.*SR-90001: BIZET - Carmen Suite; L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & 2. Paray/Detroit Symphony. [TAS
42:133] [FR-6/FR-6] A- ............................................................................................................... 40.00
855.*SR-90005: RAVEL - Mother Goose; Bolero. CHABRIER - Bourree Fantasque. Paray/Detroit.
[TAS 43:148] [FR-5/FR-7] A- ..................................................................................................... 40.00
856.*SR-90012: SAINT-SAENS - Symphony #3. Dupre; Paray/Detroit Sym. [TAS 44:178] [FR11/FR-10] A- ............................................................................................................................... 45.00
857.*SR-90016: OFFENBACH - Gaite Parisienne. STRAUSS (J) - Graduation Ball. Dorati/Mpls.
[TAS 34:177; the Strauss is one of my very favorite Dorati/Mpls recordings!] [FR-2/FR-2] A- .... 40.00
858.*SR-90019: RACHMANINOFF - Symphony #2. Paray/Detroit Sym. [TAS 37:97] [FR-2/FR-2]
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 40.00
859.*SR-90053: MUSIC FOR QUIET LISTENING - Works of Ron Nelson, William Pursell, Joseph
Scianni, Robert Gauldin, Martin Mailman, James Sutcliffe, Neil McKay, Paul Earls, Robert
Stern. Hanson/ERSO. [All pieces have won the Edward B. Benjamin Award for Restful
Music. Very scarce item - my first copy since 1996! / TAS 34:180] [FR-1/FR-2] A-(superficial
rubs do not sound) ....................................................................................................................... 75.00
860.*SR-90127: BACH ON THE BIGGEST - Toccata & Fugue in d; Wachet Auf!; In Dulci Jubilo;
Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in C. Robert Elmore; Atlantic City Convention Hall Organ. [largest
organ in the world, at least as of 1956; obscure record] [TAS 47:143] [FR-1/FR-1] A--(a bit
too much groove rumble for A- grade) ......................................................................................... 40.00
861.*SR-90133: SCHUMANN - Symphony #3 ("Rhenish"). Paray/Detroit. [FR-2/FR-2] A- .................... 13.00
LP's: Mercuries - continued
862.*SR-90136: CARPENTER - Adventures in a Perambulator. BURRILL PHILLIPS - Selections
from McGuffey's Readers. Hanson/ERSO. [TAS 39:125] [FR-1/FR-1] A- .................................. 50.00
863.*SR-90149: IVES - Symphony #3; Three Places in New England. Hanson/ERSO. [TAS 42:134]
[RFR-3/RFR-4] A- ....................................................................................................................... 15.00
864.*SR-90158: HANDEL (arr. Harty) - Water Music Suite; Royal Fireworks Music. Dorati/LSO.
[TAS 36:167; 54:160+163] [M-3/RFR-2] A-(c/c) ........................................................................ 11.00
865.*SR-90175: THE COMPOSER and HIS ORCHESTRA - Howard Hanson discusses
orchestration, using examples from his Merry Mount Suite, which he and ERSO then play in
its entirety. [TAS 21/22:166; 44:174; 53:118; 65:156L] [PR-2/PR-2] A- ...................................... 12.00
866.*SR-90192: HANSON - Symphony #2 ("Romantic"); Lament for Beowulf. Composer/ERSO (&
Chorus in Lament). [TAS 35:108; 65:156L] [FR-3/FR-3] A-........................................................ 17.00
867.*SR-90195: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Scheherazade. Dorati/Mpls. [TAS 45:153/4] [FR-6/FR-2]
A--/A-(oddly scarce) .................................................................................................................... 32.00
868.*SR-90196: SCHUBERT - Symphonies #4 (Susskind) & #6 (Schmidt-Isserstedt) LSO. [TAS
38:142] [M-4/RFR-3] A-(c/c; my first copy since 1990!!!) ........................................................... 32.00
869.*SR-90198: SCHUMANN - Symphony #1; Manfred Overture. Paray/Detroit. [FR-6/FR-5] A- ......... 25.00
870.*SR-90202: STRAUSS - Don Juan; Death & Transfiguration. Dorati/Mpls. [TAS 45:152] [FR1/FR-1] A-(superb white-label promo copy) ................................................................................. 65.00
871.*SR-90210: BRAHMS - Horn Trio (Barrows, horn); Violin & Piano Sonata #2. Szigeti;
Horszowski. [TAS 35:105-6; 49:144; scarce!!!] [FR-1/FR-1] A--(A- except for occ lgt snd
from small blems) ......................................................................................................................... 65.00
872.*SR-90229: DUPRE - Variations sur un Noel; Carillon; Cortege et Litanie; Lamento; Final.
Dupre/Gallery Organ, Saint-Sulpice, Paris. ["Marcel Dupre at Saint-Sulpice, Volume II"]
[Scarce! Only my second copy in 25 years!] [FR-1/FR-1] A-(single light tick, start side 1) ........... 65.00
873.*SR-90253: STRAVINSKY - Le Sacre du Printemps. Dorati/Mpls. [TAS 33:137] [FR-2/FR-2]
A-- ............................................................................................................................................... 25.00
874.*SR-90263: GOULD - Spirituals; Fall River Legend. Hanson/Eastman-Rochester Symphony.
[TAS 44:177-8; 53:120; PR-2/-2] A-(c/c) ...................................................................................... 8.00
875.*SR-90264: SOUND OFF! - SOUSA MARCHES: Sound Off!, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Sabre
& Spurs, Picadore, Our Flirtations, High School Cadets, Invincible Eagle, Bullets & Bayonets,
Liberty Bell, Riders for the Flag, Solid Men to the Front!, Gallant Seventh. Fennell/Eastman
Wind Ens. [TAS 40:135; 53:120] [CTFR1/CTFR1] A- ............................................................... 16.00
876.*SR-90280: MOZART - Symphony #40. HAYDN - Symphony #45. Dorati/LSO. [Lovely,
chamber-orchestra sound to the Mozart; TAS 50:200] [RFR-1/RFR-1] A- ................................... 35.00
877.*SR-90283: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #3. Janis; Dorati/LSO. [35mm film recording]
[TAS 46:154; 54:160, 164; 65:158L] [CS-12/CS-11] A-(c/c) ....................................................... 14.00
878.*SR-90311: BARTOK - Bluebeard's Castle. Szekely; Szonyi; Dorati/LSO. [TAS 49:146; M-4/M4] A--(c/c).................................................................................................................................... 13.00
879.*SR-90322: BACHS (JC, JS & WF) - Works for Two Harpsichords. Puyana; Galvez;
Jenkins/Clarion Concerts Orch. [RFR-2/RFR-1] A-.................................................................. 18.00
880.*SR-90368: CHOPIN - Piano Concerto #1 (Dorati/LSO); Nocturne Op.27 #1; 3 Etudes. Gina
Bachauer. [TAS 40:139; 130:52] [RFR-1/RFR-2] A- .................................................................. 20.00
LP's: Mercuries - continued
881.*SR-90381: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #4; Sonata #9. Bachauer; Skrowaczewski/LSO.
[Or maybe Dorati/LSO: depends on whether you believe front or back cover! CD reissue
credited Dorati] [TAS 47:146] [RFR-3/RFR-2] A- ....................................................................... 25.00
882.*SR-90397: MUSIC IN SHAKESPEARE'S ENGLAND. Krainis Consort. [Produced by Harold
Lawrence; engineer George Piros] [CPFR-4/-4] A- ...................................................................... 32.00
883.*SR-90404: DANCES AND DIVERSIONS - Works of Albinoni, Corelli, Telemann, Vivaldi,
Purcell, Clarke & Sweelinck. Andre & Lagorce, trumpets; Rampal, flute; Birbaum/Ens.
[CTFR2/CTFR2] A-..................................................................................................................... 20.00
884.*SR-90410: BACH - Concerti #1, 4 & 5 for Clavier & String Orchestra. Devetzi;
Barshai/Moscow Ch Orch. [CPFR1/CPFR1] A- ........................................................................ 20.00
885.*SR2-9005(2): DELIBES - Coppelia (complete). Dorati/Mpls. [TAS 36:166] [FR-4/3/2/2] A(brief lgt snd from superficial blem late sd 1) ................................................................................ 35.00
886.*SR2-9013(2): TCHAIKOVSKY - The Nutcracker (complete). Dorati/LSO. [35mm film
recording; TAS 44:142-4; 52:211; 54:162] [CTFR-7/7/9/5] A- .................................................... 35.00
887.*SR2-9015(2): TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphonies #1 - #3. Dorati/LSO. [TAS 51:174+5] [CTFR7/8/8/2] A-(superb pressing for this issue & great perfs) ............................................................... 40.00
888.*SR3-9000(3): CHERUBINI - Medea. Callas; Picchi; Scotto; Modesti; Pirazzini; Serafin/La
Scala. [FR-5, FR-3, FR-2, FR-9, FR-7, FR-3] A-(lovely copy!) ................................................... 50.00
889.*SRI-75009: RESPIGHI - Ancient Airs & Dances. Dorati/Philharmonia Hungarica. [from SR90199; see TAS 46:150-2; 54:159; 65:158L] A- to A..................................................................... 9.00
890.*SRI-75013: LEROY ANDERSON - Irish Suite & 7 other pieces, including Trumpeter's Lullaby,
Bugler's Holiday, & Sleigh Ride. Fennell/Eastman Pops Orch. [from SR-90009; TAS
33:136] A- to A(c/c) .................................................................................................................... 12.00
891.*SRI-75024: BRAHMS - Hungarian Dances (complete). Dorati/LSO. [from SR-90437; TAS
36:167-8] A- to A ........................................................................................................................ 12.00
892.*SRI-75029: CHAUSSON - Symphony. CHABRIER - Suite Pastorale. Paray/Detroit. [From SR90017(TAS 36:96-7) and SR-90212(TAS 47:142; 53:117)] A- to A ............................................ 11.00
893.*SRI-75045: DVORAK - Cello Concerto. BRUCH - Kol Nidrei. Starker; Dorati/LSO. [35mm
film recording; from SR-90303: TAS 33:139; 35:106-7; 44:142; 54:161+164; 61:120-22;
65:154L] FS................................................................................................................................. 20.00
894.*SRI-75094: GOULD - West Point Symphony. WILLIAMS - Fanfare & Allegro. PERSICHETTI Symphony for Band. KHACHATURIAN - Armenian Dances. Fennell/EWE. [from SR90220(TAS 44:175; 53:118; 54:164) & SR-90221(TAS 33:135; 53:120)] A- to A(c/c)................ 10.00
895.*SRI-75095: DOUGLAS MOORE - The Pageant of P.T.Barnum. RON NELSON - Savannah
River Holiday. JOHN ALDEN CARPENTER - Adventures in a Perambulator.
Hanson/ERSO. [from SR-90134(33:135/6; 53:120; 65:154L); SR-90136(TAS 39:125); SR90206(TAS 31:96; 32:148; 53:120] A- to A................................................................................. 10.00
896.*SRI-75109: COATES - London Suite; Four Ways Suite; The Three Elizabeths. Fennell/London
Pops. [from SR-90439; TAS 41:124] A- to A ................................................................................ 9.00
897.*SRI-75141: JOSEPH SCHWANTNER - Aftertones of Infinity. WITOLD LUTOSLAWSKI Livre pour Orchestre. Effron/Eastman Philharmonia. A- to A .................................................. 18.00
898.*SRI2-77003(2): ADAM - Giselle (complete ballet). Fistoulari/LSO. [See TAS 34:180 re original
issue on SR2-9011; this reissue scarce too - first copy I've had] A- to A ....................................... 24.00
LP's: RCA's
I am now listing RCA's all together in one group when they are either early pressings in which customers have
indicated an interest, or when they are later pressings of issues which have had a particular following. Records
are listed alphanumerically by prefix and number. Codes for pressings refer to label types, and are given in
brackets just before the grade at the end of the listing (e.g. [SD]). RCA pressing codes are as follows:
PD = Plum Dog (Nipper, the RCA/HMV dog, shown against a shaded plum background;
used for the last RCA classical mono issues, c.1954-1958).
SD = Shaded Dog (as above, but with fire-engine red background; used during the early
stereo era, c.1958-1963, for both mono and stereo classical issues except some Sorias).
WD = White Dog (also called "Plain Dog"; Nipper here is against an unshaded background
of Christmas red; used for all classical issues except Sorias c.1964-1969).
ND = No Dog (large "RCA" in open white letters on left of label; c.1969-1977).
LD = Late Dog (small dog on upper right of label against dark red; c.1977 forward).
BL = Black label (for popular records almost exclusively)
CP = Canadian Pressing.
PL = Plum Label (for Victrola [VIC or VICS] issues, the earliest pressings, c. 1964-1968).
SS = Soria Series (special label of Christmas red with no dog used only for the Sorias; the
first Sorias had SD labels, but switched to SS about 1961 - before WD era).
I am now also including the stamper numbers of each stereo disc (and some monos too) next to the pressing
code. If the information is available I also show the names of the producer and engineer in another pair of
brackets. Please note that for these issues - as for most records from the early stereo era - copies in apparently
mint condition frequently grade "A- to B+" in my audition. Copies graded A- are very fine, and higher grades
are quite extraordinary from this period.
899.*AGL1-1271: GOTTSCHALK-KAY - Cakewalk. SOUSA-KAY - Stars & Stripes. Fiedler/BPS.
[Mohr; Layton; first reissue of the very scarce LSC-2240 (TAS 94:145)] A- ................................ 12.00
900.*AGL1-4083: FRANCK - Symphony. Cantelli/NBC Sym. [Pfeiffer; Chase; rec April 6, 1954;
from LM-1852(mono-only); then ARL1-3005(1979; TAS 15:368-9)]. A- ...................................... 9.00
901.*AGL1-4086: BLOCH - Schelomo. WALTON - Cello Concerto. Piatigorsky; Munch/BSO.
[from LSC-2109; TAS 36:123] FS(c/c) .......................................................................................... 9.00
902.*AGL1-4804: GOULD - Suite from Declaration; Jekyll & Hyde Variations. Mitchell/National
Sym. [Pfeiffer; Crawford. This Gold Seal issue was the first stereo appearance of these
recordings, available originally on LM-2264, which was only in print 1/59 to 9/61. This Gold
Seal issue was available only briefly in the mid-80's.] A-(minor cover scuffs; writing on back
cover) .......................................................................................................................................... 25.00
903.*ARL1-0443: KORNGOLD - Symphony in F#. Kempe/Munich Philharmonic. [TAS 28:127] A-.... 11.00
904.*ARL1-0912: CAPTAIN BLOOD - CLASSIC FILM SCORES FOR ERROL FLYNN.
Gerhardt/National Philharmonic. [Korngold; Wilkinson; with nice insert including film stills]
A-(tiny jacket flaws) ..................................................................................................................... 18.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
905.*ARL3-1199(3): KORNGOLD - Die Tote Stadt. Neblett; Kollo; Prey; Luxon; Leinsdorf/Munich
Radio Orch; Bavarian Radio Cho. [Charles Gerhardt; Seebacher; TAS 9:91; 44:159] A-.......... 10.00
906.*ATL1-4156: FRANCK - Symphony in d. Monteux/CSO. [Mohr; Layton] [Half-speed
remastering ("Point 5" Series) of LSC-2514: TAS 29:122; 30:128; 90:136-7; German Teldec
pressing] A- to A ......................................................................................................................... 18.00
907. CAL-110: STRAVINSKY - Le Sacre du Printemps. Monteux/San Francisco Sym. [recorded
1945] B+(hard to find in such good condition) ............................................................................. 17.00
908. CAL-195: SCHUBERT - Symphony #9. Walter/LSO. [rec c.1938] C-(cover damaged too stopgap only) ................................................................................................................................. 4.00
910.*CCV-5010: RIMSKY-KORSAKOFF - Scheherazade. Reiner/CSO. [British Camden
Classics/Victrola reissue of LSC-2446; Mohr; Layton; TAS re the orig US issue: 42:83;
45:153; 49:64-9; 65:153L; 75/76:72] A- ...................................................................................... 14.00
911.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2077: STRAUSS - Till Eulenspiegel; Death & Transfiguration.
Reiner/VPO. [TAS re original RCA issue: 100:212] A- to A ....................................................... 25.00
912.*GL-42746(5): BEETHOVEN - The Five Piano Concerti. Rubinstein; Krips/Symphony of the
Air. [Superb Italian pressings (no indication of any digital remastering) of this first Rubinstein
stereo cycle from the mid-50's, long out of print on LSC-6702] A- to A ....................................... 45.00
913. LBC-1002: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #6. Malko/PO. B++(occ tks)........................................... 14.00
914. LBC-1007: TCHAIKOVSKY - Romeo & Juliet (jacket identifies this as Constant
Lambert/Symphony Orch; Walter Legge discography identifies it as City of Birmingham
Symphony, recorded 2-24-1941); Sleeping Beauty Ballet Suite (The jacket identifies this as
Malko/PO, which, according to notes by the previous owner, is correct. This copy has 10S/4S
stampers; apparently on copies with 2S stampers, the Sleeping Beauty suite was actually an
earlier recording with Lambert/Sadler's Wells.] B/B+(1/8-in scratch in Romeo) ......................... 16.00
915. LBC-1008: STRAUSS - Voices of Spring; Blue Danube; Pizzicato & Tritsch-Tratsch Polkas
(Szell/VPO); Roses from the South; Morning Papers; Music of the Spheres (Bohm/VPO).
B++(mod ticks in much of Spheres) ............................................................................................. 14.00
916. LBC-1009: PROKOFIEV - Classical Symphony (Celibidache/BPO). RAVEL - Mother Goose
Suite (Previtali/LSO). A- ............................................................................................................ 20.00
917. LBC-1010: BRAHMS - Haydn Variations (Markevitch/PO). TCHAIKOVSKY - Francesca da
Rimini (Dobrowen/PO). A-(brief tks in Francesca) ...................................................................... 16.00
918. LBC-1012: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #3. Moiseiwitsch; Sargent/PO. B(Canadian
pressing) ...................................................................................................................................... 10.00
919. LBC-1016: GOUNOD - Faust Ballet Music (Fourestier/Paris Opera Orch). TCHAIKOVSKY Swan Lake (exc) (Rignold/ROHCG). A-/B+(occ tks in Faust) .................................................... 12.00
920. LBC-1017: GRIEG - Peer Gynt Suite #1 (Barbirolli/Halle Orch) and #2 (Irving/LSO).
STRAUSS - Rosenkavalier Suite (Barbirolli/Halle). A--(occ tks from few lgt blem in Peer
Gynt) ........................................................................................................................................... 14.00
921. LBC-1019: IPPOLITOV-IVANOV - Caucasian Sketches (Malko/PO). DEBUSSY - Afternoon of
a Faun; SAINT-SAENS - Danse Macabre (Danish Ntnl Orch). [late cover w/ faun & nymph]
B+/A-(scarce!) ............................................................................................................................. 19.00
922. LBC-1025: SCHUMANN - Carnaval Suite (Irving/PO). DELIBES - Sylvia Music
(Fourestier/Paris Opera). A-(very fine!) ..................................................................................... 16.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
923. LBC-1026: MUSIC OF IMPERIAL RUSSIA. Flight of the Bumblebee & Russian Sailors' Dance
(Malko/PO); Introduction & Dance from Snow Maiden (Collingwood/PO); Polovetski
March (Dobrowen/PO); Waltz & Polonaise from Eugen Onegin (Ludwig/Berlin State
Orch); Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings Waltz (Malko/Danish National Orchestra).
[How's THAT for a bunch of odds and ends?!] A- ........................................................................ 20.00
924. LBC-1039: ORCHESTRAL MUSIC FROM GRAND OPERA: Italiana in Algeri Overture;
William Tell Act I Excerpts (Serafin/ASCR); Barber of Seville Overture; Bacchanale from
Samson & Delilah (Serafin/Florence Festival Orch); La Vestale Overture (Previtali/LSO). B .............
10.00
925. LBC-1041: LISZT - Piano Concerto #1 (Fistoulari/PO); Don Juan Fantasy; Consolation #3.
Shura Cherkassky, piano. A-(fine copy!) .................................................................................... 26.00
926. LBC-1043: MENDELSSOHN (#1) & GRIEG PIANO CONCERTI. Dorfmann;
Leinsdorf/Robin Hood Dell Orch (Phila). B+ ........................................................................... 13.00
927. LBC-1048: GREAT OVERTURES: Meistersinger (Dobrowen/PO). Hansel & Gretel;
Fledermaus (Bohm/Saxon State Orch). Leonore #3; Egmont (Malko/Danish National
Orch). Flying Dutchman (Malko/PO). A-.................................................................................... 19.00
928. LBC-1050: CHOPIN - Waltzes (complete). Ania Dorfmann. A-....................................................... 14.00
929. LBC-1054: FIRESIDE FAVORITES - Seven songs by Foster, Dykes, Nevin(2), Bohm, del Riego
& Rasbach (Braithwaite/LSO). BELOVED HYMNS - Seven hymns with organ
accompaniment (Conrad Forsberg; organ of 4th Presbyterian Church, NYC). Blanche
Thebom, mezzo-soprano (in all). [Very scarce item: only in print from December 1953 until
March, 1956] B+.......................................................................................................................... 20.00
930. LBC-1058: SCHUMANN - Symphony #3. Mitropoulos/Mpls. [recorded January 20, 1947;
robust performance!] A-(lovely copy - by far the nicest I've seen) ................................................. 24.00
931. LBC-1065: OFFENBACH - Gaite Parisienne. Susskind/ROHCG. STRAUSS WALTZES:
Emperor; Du und Du. Seidler-Winkler/Concert Orchetra. B/B+(looks scuffy but plays quite
well)............................................................................................................................................... 8.00
932. LBC-1067: SIBELIUS - Symphony #7. MOZART - Symphony #38. Golschmann/St. Louis
Symphony. B+(Mozart is B with quite noisy 1st half-inch) .......................................................... 10.00
933. LBC-1069: MOZART - Symphonies #35 & #40. Harry Blech/London Mozart Players. B+............ 12.00
934. LBC-1070: LISZT - Les Preludes; Hungarian Rhapsodies #1, #2, #3 & #6. Rudolf Schwarz/PO.
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 13.00
935. LBC-1071: A SCHUBERT-BRAHMS RECITAL - Seven songs of Schubert and nine of Brahms.
Carol Smith, contralto; Renato Cellini, piano. [VERY scarce collection - issued in late 1954
or early 1955, it was deleted in March of 1956. Smith is probably best known as the contralto
who was paired with de los Angeles on the Munch/BSO recording of Debussy's Damoiselle
Elue, recorded about the same time] A-- ...................................................................................... 28.00
936. LBC-1072: MARCHES - Works of Alford, Holst, Stanley, Starke, Holtzmann, Russell(2),
Sousa(2), Martell, Dunn(4). Col. Vivian Dunn/The Band of Her Majesty's Royal Marines
(Portsmouth). B ........................................................................................................................... 12.00
937. LBC-1075: SACRED AND SECULAR CHORAL WORKS - Ten selections by Brahms, Bach(3),
Wagner, H. Walford Davis, Katherine Davis, Kodaly, Dvorak, Traditional. Henry Veld/The
Augustana Choir. [Another scarce collection - this was only in print from January 1955 until
February 1957.] A-....................................................................................................................... 20.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
938. LBC-1088: ELGAR - Symphony #2. Barbirolli/Halle Orch. A-(few lgt tks in finale) ........................ 16.00
939. LBC-1089: MENDELSSOHN - Symphony #3. Goossens/ABC Sydney Symphony. A- ................... 20.00
940. LBC-6101(3): BACH - St. Matthew Passion (in English). Milligan; Johnson; Marshall; Stilwell;
Brown; Sir Ernest MacMillan/Toronto Sym & Mendelssohn Cho. C+ to B(varies; scarce;
stopgap??)...................................................................................................................................... 7.00
941. LCT-1026: DVORAK - Cello Concerto. Casals; Szell/CPO. [gold labels] A-(s/s; brief tks, then
superb!) ....................................................................................................................................... 22.00
942. LCT-1123: THE CHOIR OF ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI - Nine pieces by Alessadro Borroni (2),
Domenico Stella (5), Albino Varrotti & Bernardino Rizzi. Capponi, conductor. [PL; 1S/1S] B ..... 7.00
943. LCT-6008(2): GILBERT & SULLIVAN - H.M.S. Pinafore and Trial By Jury. D'Oyly Carte
Opera Company. B/B+(varies; first copy I've ever seen!) .............................................................. 16.00
944. LD-6155(3): VERDI - Otello. Vickers; Rysanek; Gobbi; Serafin/Rome Opera. [Mohr; Layton;
Deluxe Soria Series issue with beautifully-illustrated 61-page Mignone libretto/book] A-(SS;
1S/3S/2S/2S/4S/3S) ..................................................................................................................... 23.00
945.*LDS-2513: BRAHMS - Double Concerto. Heifetz; Piatigorsky; Wallenstein/Orch. [Pfeiffer;
Crawford; Soria Series; in heavy slipcase with 10-page Lionni book; TAS 81:124] [SS; 4S/5S]
A-(slight slipcase scuffs) ............................................................................................................... 45.00
946.*LDS-2625: MILHAUD - Suite Provencale; La Creation du Monde. Munch/BSO. [Wilcox;
Layton & Crawford; Deluxe Soria Series issue; heavy slipcase w/Skira booklet; TAS
75/76:68-70] [SS; 1S/1S] A- ....................................................................................................... 100.00
947.*LDS-6091(2): VERDI - Requiem. Price; Elias; Bjoerling; Tozzi; Reiner/VPO. [Soria Series;
deluxe slipcase w/rounded spine, Skira book; Smith; Brown; TAS 88:160; 130:73] A-(SS
labels; 17S/9S/7S/10S) ................................................................................................................. 52.00
948. LM-1154: DEBUSSY - Three Nocturnes; Afternoon of a Faun; Clair de Lune. Stokowski/His
Sym ( Julius Baker in Faun; Women of Shaw Cho. [early labels] B(mostly plays much better,
but some scrs) .............................................................................................................................. 15.00
949. LM-1705: 20TH CENTURY MUSIC FOR TWO PIANOS - Works of Ravel, Bartok, Copland,
Poulenc, Stravinsky & Bax. Whittemore & Lowe. [scarce!!] [early labels] B+(occ tks)............... 20.00
950. LM-1707: CHOPIN - 2 Ballades; Etude; Impromptu; Nocturne; Scherzo. Horowitz. [SD labels]
A-- ............................................................................................................................................... 10.00
951. LM-1708: BACH - The Well-Tempered Clavier: Book II: Preludes & Fugues #9 - #16. Wanda
Landowska, harpsichord. [recorded 1952] [PD labels] A-(with original glassine sleeve) .............. 10.00
952. LM-1715: CHOPIN - Four Mazurkas; Sonata #3. William Kapell, piano. [early labels] B ................. 16.00
953. LM-1716: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #21, #22 & #30. Solomon. [early labels] B ....................... 10.00
954. LM-1717: MOZART - Piano Concerto #20 (Jose Iturbi); Concerto #10 for Two Pianos (Jose &
Amparo Iturbi). Jose conducts RCA Orchestra in both. [early labels] A--(brief tks beg #10;
rest very fine) ............................................................................................................................... 28.00
955. LM-1720: MENDELSSOHN - Violin Concerto in e (Furtwangler/BPO); Concerto in d (1822)
(Menuhin/RCA String Orch). [early labels] A- .......................................................................... 20.00
956. LM-1726: SLAUGHTER ON 10TH AVENUE & OTHER BALLET SELECTIONS - Rodeo,
Fancy Free, Interplay, 3-Cornered Hat, Age of Gold, Gayne, Sebastian, Petrouchka.
Fiedler/BPS. [PD labels] B/A-- ................................................................................................... 10.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
957. LM-1740: MISCHA ELMAN, violin, in works of TCHAIKOVSKY (7; including None but the
Lonely Heart & Russian Dance) and WIENIAWSKI (5: 3 mazurkas, a polonaise, and a
legend). Seiger, piano. [VERY rare, said to be Elman's scarcest RCA; issued August 1954;
deleted in February 1957; not issued with inner sleeve (at least not in this early label label), so
very, very tough to find in the just-short-of-superb condition which characterizes this copy]
[early labels] A-(few very brief tks esp sd 1, but great pressing) ................................................... 160.00
958. LM-1742: TARTINI - "Devil's Trill" Sonata. VIOLIN ENCORES by Sarasate(3), Ravel,
Wieniawski, Dvorak, Novacek, Kreisler, Granados & Bartok. Menuhin, violin; Moore, pf.
[early labels] B(much plays better)................................................................................................ 20.00
959. LM-1745: CHERUBINI - Symphony in D. BEETHOVEN - Septet, Op.20. Toscanini/NBC. [SD
labels] A- ..................................................................................................................................... 14.00
960. LM-1767: ITALIAN BAROQUE MUSIC - Works of Vivaldi, Marcello, Carissimi & Geminiani.
Luisa Ribacchi, mezzo-soprano (in the Carissimi and one Vivaldi); Societa Corelli (in all).
[early labels] A-(brief bbl thumps sd 1; otherwise outstanding) ..................................................... 14.00
961. LM-1772: LISZT - Mephisto Waltz; Liebestraum #3; Gnomenreigen; Hungarian Rhapsodies #6 &
12; Valse Oubliee #1; Valse-Impromptu; Jeux d'Eaux; Legende #1. Alexander Brailowsky,
piano. [early labels] A-(superb copy!) ........................................................................................... 20.00
962. LM-1776: CORELLI - Concerti Grossi, Opus 6: #1, #2, #7, #8 & #9. Societa Corelli. [early
labels] A- ..................................................................................................................................... 10.00
963. LM-1777: ZINKA MILANOV SINGS - Arias from Forza(3), Gioconda, Aida(2), Cav,
Trovatore(2). Roggero; Vichegonov; Cellini/RCA Sym; Shaw/His Chorale. [early labels]
B- .................................................................................................................................................. 7.00
964. LM-1790: "FIEDLER'S 25TH." Anniversary disc (1954) with music of Elgar, Gillet, J. Strauss,
Pierne, Bosc, Serradell, Paganini, Herbert, Schramml, Steffe. Boston Pops. [PD labels] A- .......... 13.00
965. LM-1792: PROKOFIEV - Sonata for Cello & Piano. BACH - Sonata #2. Piatigorsky, cello;
Ralph Berkowitz, piano. [rec at Tanglewood; August, 1953] [early labels] A-(small blems in
Bach cause little or no snd) .......................................................................................................... 28.00
966. LM-1798: GILBERT & SULLIVAN OVERTURES - Mikado, Pirates, HMS Pinafore, Iolanthe.
Musical Comedy Medleys - South Pacific; Annie Get Your Gun; Kiss Me Kate; Brigadoon.
Fiedler/BPS. [PD labels] A- ........................................................................................................ 12.00
967. LM-1809: STRAUSS - "Mr. Strauss Comes to Boston." Ten pieces, mostly unusual, from the
June 1872 visit of the title. Fiedler/Boston Pops. [recorded in June, 1954; fold-open album]
[PD; 1S/6S] B+(occ tks) .............................................................................................................. 16.00
968. LM-1810: CHOPIN - Piano Concerto #1. Rubinstein; Wallenstein/LAPO. [recorded December
12, 1953] [PD; 7S/8S] A--/B.......................................................................................................... 7.00
969. LM-1812: POET'S GOLD - Poems by Blake, Longfellow, Swinburne, Stevenson, Emerson,
Whittier, Holmes, Whitman, Field, Lear, Carroll, Kipling & Coleridge; read by Helen Hayes;
Raymond Massey; Thomas Mitchell. Notes by Bennett Cerf. Unusual issue! [PD; 1S/2S] A- ................................................................................................................................................... 16.00
970. LM-1813: POET'S GOLD – 2nd collection of poetry, this time by FitzGerald, Keats, Millay, Poe,
Yeats, Browning, Keats, Gray, Southey, Howe & Kipling; read by Helen Hayes; Raymond
Massey; Thomas Mitchell. Notes by Cerf. [ND; 6S/9S] B+ ....................................................... 13.00
971. LM-1814: A TREASURY OF HYMNS - Seventeen works. Virgil Fox, Hammond concert organ,
Chapel of the Incarnation, New York City. [PD labels] B+ ........................................................... 10.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
972. LM-1815: WITH LOVE FROM A CHORUS - Sixteen familiar songs. Robert Shaw/Male
Chorus of the Robert Shaw Chorale. [PD labels] B+ to B ........................................................... 7.00
973. LM-1817: OFFENBACH - Gaite Parisienne. MEYERBEER - Les Patineurs. Fiedler/Boston
Pops. [scarce stereo issue from several years later did not include the Meyerbeer] [PD;
6S/12S] A-- ................................................................................................................................. 10.00
974. LM-1820: BACH - The Well-Tempered Clavier (Volume 6): Book II: Preludes & Fugues #17 #24. Wanda Landowska. [recorded 1952/54] [PD labels] A-(still has original glassine inner
sleeve!) ........................................................................................................................................ 13.00
975. LM-1826: ROSSINI - Excerpts from The Barber of Seville. de los Angeles; Monti; Bechi;
Rossi-Lemeni; Serafin/Milan Sym. [PD labels] A-(still has its original glassine inner sleeve!) .... 13.00
976. LM-1827: VERDI - Excerpts from Il Trovatore. Milanov; Barbieri; Bjoerling; Warren;
Cellini/RCA Victor Orch; Robert Shaw Chorale. [PD labels] A- ............................................. 10.00
977. LM-1832: TCHAIKOVSKY - Violin Concerto (Heifetz; Susskind/PO). SINDING - Suite in a;
RAVEL - Tzigane (Heifetz/Wallenstein/LAPO). [This recording of the Tchaikovsky tends to
get forgotten, between his 1937 recording with Barbirolli and the 1957 version with Reiner]
[SD labels] A-(brief lgt tks, Tchaikovsky mvt. #1) ........................................................................ 20.00
978. LM-1835: SCHUBERT - Symphony #9. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [Original issue in deluxe early
fold-open album with eight-page booklet including an essay by Andre Malrois] [PD; 1S/1S] A- ... 26.00
979. LM-1836: BRAHMS - Symphony #3. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [PD labels] A-...................................... 13.00
980. LM-1841: JUSSI BJOERLING - Arias from Boheme, Faust, Cav, Pag, Africana, Carmen.
ROBERT MERRILL - Arias from Trovatore, Ballo, Rigoletto, Cav, Pag, Otello. [PD labels]
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 10.00
981. LM-1847: TREASURY OF GRAND OPERA IN HIGH FIDELITY. Arias by Berger, Peters,
Albanese, de los Angeles, Stevens, Milanov, Warren, Bjoerling, Merrill, Peerce, Shaw
Chorale. [PD labels] B .................................................................................................................. 5.00
982. LM-1852: FRANCK - Symphony in d. Cantelli/NBC Sym. [Mono-only original release; taped in
stereo in early 1954, but never issued in stereo until the late 1970's] [PD labels] A--(occ lgt tks
sd 2)............................................................................................................................................. 14.00
983. LM-1853: BRAHMS - Eleven Chorale Preludes (arrangements of Bach Chorales). Virgil Fox,
organ at Hammond Museum, Gloucester, Massachusetts. [PD labels] A-...................................... 12.00
984. LM-1856: TCHAIKOVSKY - Album for the Young; The Seasons (5 exc). SCHUMANN - Album
for the Young. Ania Dorfmann, piano. [with original jacket - itself in fine condition! - of a
little girl on a man's lap] [PD labels] B- to C+ ................................................................................. 3.00
985. LM-1859: THE ART OF RUTH DRAPER - Dramatic Monologues: The Scottish Immigrant;
Three Generations in a Court of Domestic Relations. [rec in NY, 1954, a couple of years
before her death; deleted July 1957; scarce item] [PD labels] A- ................................................... 28.00
986. LM-1866: CHOPIN - Piano Sonatas #2 & #3. Brailowsky. [strangely scarce - my first copy] [PD
labels] A- ..................................................................................................................................... 20.00
987. LM-1875: RESTFUL (Good) MUSIC - Very miscellaneous Stokowski collection of pieces by
Cesti, Frescobaldi, Lully, Purcell, Bach(3), Beethoven & Bizet. [All of these, I think, come
from earlier releases; the strange babe on the cover, however, is unique...] Stokowski/His
Symphony. [PD labels] B(mostly A--, but several marks sound a little)........................................ 13.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
988. LM-1876: FOREVER THE WALTZ - Waltzes by Johann Strauss, Jr.: Blue Danube; Voice of
Spring; Wiener Blut; Treasure; Tales from the Vienna Woods; Artist's Life; Du und Du. Fried
Walter/Vienna Bohemian Orchestra. [PD labels] A-(lovely copy!) ........................................... 13.00
989. LM-1877: THE SMILING BACH - Short pieces & movements performed by Koussevitzky/BSO
(finale Brandenburg #2), Reiner/RCA (5 movements fr Suites), Stokowski/Sym (Sheep),
Landowska (2 preludes, 1 fugue), Shaw/His Cho (exc fr Cantatas, St. John Passion), Farrell
(Aria, Cantata 41). [PD labels] A- ................................................................................................ 13.00
990. LM-1880: 17th & 18th CENTURY ITALIAN MUSIC: BONPORTI - Concerto in D. CORELLI La Follia. GALUPPI - Concerto a Quattro in D. VIVALDI - Il Riposo. Societa Corelli
(playing without conductor). [PD labels] A--(brief snd beg sd 1) .................................................. 12.00
991. LM-1883: POET'S GOLD - Verses of Today. Poems by Auden, Belloc, Doolittle, Eberhart, Eliot,
Gogarty, Jeffers, McGinley, MacLeish, Masters, Nash, Parker, Robinson, Stevens, Dylan
Thomas & E. B. White; read by Geraldine Brooks and Norman Rose. Notes by Whit
Burnett. [PD labels] B+ ................................................................................................................ 13.00
992. LM-1889: ROSA PONSELLE SINGS TODAY (1954): Songs of Lully, Persico, Saint-Saens,
Chausson, Brahms, Trunk, Schubert, Beethoven, Donaudy, Tosti, Sadero, Farley, Trad, del
Riego. Chicagov & Ponselle, pf. [rec at Ponselle's home, 1954; scarce! - issued June 1955;
gone Feb 1957] [PD labels] A- ..................................................................................................... 18.00
993. LM-1899: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #3. Reiner/CSO. [Though previous Reiner/CSO sessions
included a stereo recording team - as did the session which followed two days later - this
recording, from December 4, 1954, was made in mono only. I don't believe there was any
reissue at all until the CD era. This copy has the later spine, correctly identifying this as #3;
earlier covers identified the work as 'Symphony #5, "Erioca."'] [PD; 7S/13S] A-(I've rarely
found this in fine A- condition) ..................................................................................................... 40.00
994. LM-1911: VERDI - Un Ballo in Maschera (highlights). Anderson; Milanov; Peerce; Peters;
Warren; Mitropoulos/Metropolitan Opera. [original cover: sepia opera balcony] [PD;
11S/1S] A-- ................................................................................................................................. 10.00
995. LM-2133: GLIERE - Red Poppy. IPPOLITOV-IVANOV - Caucasian Sketches. Fistoulari/LPO.
[PD; 8S/8S] B+ .............................................................................................................................. 4.00
996. LM-2133: GLIERE - Red Poppy Suite. IPPOLITOV-IVANOV - Caucasian Sketches.
Fistoulari/LPO. [never in stereo to my knowledge, at least in the U.S.] [PD; 5S/5S] A- .............. 12.00
997. LM-2180: BEETHOVEN - Trio, Op.3. Heifetz; Primrose; Piatigorsky. [SD; 1S/4S] B++ ................ 9.00
998. LM-2250: ENCORES BY LEONID KOGAN - Shostakovich, Nardini, Mendelssohn, Kreisler,
Khachaturian, Vieuxtemps, Debussy, Prokofiev, Bloch, Glazounov, Sarasate. Mitnik, pf.
[Mohr; Crawford; mono only; scarce; in print 1/59 to 6/60] [SD; 2S/1S] A- ................................. 41.00
999. LM-2293: STRAVINSKY - Suite Italienne. DEBUSSY - Sonata #1 for Cello & Piano. BUSONI Kleine Suite, #4. FOSS - Capriccio for Cello & Piano. Piatagorsky, cello; Foss, piano. [TAS
re stereo issue - 93:143-4; scarce in any form!] [SD; 1S/1S] A- .................................................... 16.00
1000. LM-2316: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #6. Monteux/VPO. [SD; 1S/1S] A- .................................... 10.00
1001. LM-2371: MAHLER - Songs of a Wayfarer; Kindertotenlieder. Forrester; Munch/BSO.
[Pfeiffer; Crawford; Munch's only recorded Mahler] [SD; 2S/1S] A- to B+(minor cover
stains; missing text insert) ............................................................................................................ 7.00
1002.+LME-2409: RESPIGHI - Pines & Fountains of Rome. Toscanini/NBC. [One of RCA's first 3
tries (and the one least frequently seen) at electronic stereo] [SD; 6S/5S] A- ................................ 8.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1003.*LSC-1901: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #6. Monteux/BSO. [Pfeiffer; Chase (Mohr &
Layton did the mono issue); one of the BSO's very first stereo sessions (January 1955) and
one of RCA's very first stereo issues, August 1958; TAS 75/76:175-6] [SD; 11S/11S] A- .......... 65.00
1004.*LSC-1903: BRAHMS - Violin Concerto. Heifetz; Reiner/CSO. [Pfeiffer; Layton or Chase;
TAS 77:138-40] [SD; 1S/1S] A-(scarce in 1S/1S!) .................................................................... 45.00
1005.*LSC-1934: BARTOK - Concerto for Orchestra. Reiner/CSO. [TAS 65:154L; 65:176; 73:147]
[SD; 14S/11S] A- ...................................................................................................................... 31.00
1006.*LSC-1992: BEETHOVEN - Violin Concerto. Heifetz; Munch/BSO. [TAS 36:160; 93:13940] [SD; 3S/1S] A-(hard to find so early a pressing!) ................................................................. 32.00
1007.*LSC-2052: TCHAIKOVSKY - The Nutcracker (excerpts). Fiedler/BPS. [TAS 93:143] [SD;
9S/12S] A- ................................................................................................................................ 25.00
1008.*LSC-2068: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #2 (Rubinstein; Reiner/CSO). [This is the
scarce first issue, issued in April of 1959, which spreads the whole piece on two sides. After
February 1962, copies of LSC-2068 included the Liszt 1st concerto also.] [SD; 8S/9S] A-......... 65.00
1009.*LSC-2105: TCHAIKOVSKY - Serenade for Strings. ELGAR -Introduction & Allegro for
Strings. Munch/BSO. [TAS 36:122] [SD; 8S/15S] A- to B+ ...................................................... 7.00
1010.*LSC-2122: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #3. Rubinstein; Krips/Sym of the Air. [SD;
3S/4S] A- .................................................................................................................................. 45.00
1011.*LSC-2124: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #5. Rubinstein; Krips/Sym of the Air. [SD;
7S/8S] A- .................................................................................................................................. 18.00
1012.*LSC-2125: GRIEG - Peer Gynt Suites #1 & 2; Lyric Suite. Farrell (in Solvejg's Song)
Fiedler/BPS. [TAS 88:166-8] [SD; 5S/7S] A-........................................................................... 16.00
1013.*LSC-2131: FRANCK - Symphony in d. Munch/BSO. [TAS 93:144-6] [SD; 13S/16S] A-(occ
tks from light hairline scratch mvt 3) .......................................................................................... 18.00
1014.*LSC-2150: STRAVINSKY - Song of the Nightingale. PROKOFIEV - Lt. Kije Suite.
Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 32:148; 42:83; 44:132; 49:148-9; 65:153L; 75/76:70;
158:134] FS(probably late pressing; pristine cover no c/c) .......................................................... 16.00
1015.*LSC-2201: MUSSORGSKY - Pictures at an Exhibition. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS
98:126] [SD; 23S/23S] A- ......................................................................................................... 40.00
1016.*LSC-2202: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Russian Easter Overture. BORODIN - Prince Igor
Overture; In the Steppes of Central Asia; Polovetzian Dances. Fiedler/BPS. [Magnificent
disc; best Russian Easter I've ever heard][TAS 88:164] [SD; 3S/1S] A-(finest copy I've ever
had of this great LP) .................................................................................................................. 65.00
1017.*LSC-2209: BRAHMS - Symphony #3. Reiner/CSO. [December 14, 1957; TAS 73:193; SD;
17S/18S] A- .............................................................................................................................. 32.00
1018.*LSC-2213: BOSTON TEA PARTY - Merry Wives & Bohemian Girl Overtures; Greensleeves;
Merry Widow & Count of Luxemburg Waltzes; Hernando's Hideaway; Moonglow &
Theme from Picnic; Bolzoni Minuet. Fiedler/BPS. [TAS 61:126] [SD; 5S/4S] A- ..................... 22.00
1019.*LSC-2214: DVORAK - Symphony #9. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 78:140-4] [SD;
18S/13S] A- .............................................................................................................................. 25.00
1020.*LSC-2216: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #6. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 3S/5S] A- ......... 25.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1021.*LSC-2229: MARCHES IN HI-FI - Aida, Col. Bogey, American Salute, Dixie, 76 Trombones,
Rakoczy, Semper Fidelis, 8 more. Fiedler/BPS. [TAS 60:133] [SD; 10S/8S] A- ....................... 20.00
1022.*LSC-2234: SAINT-SAENS - Piano Concerto #2. FRANCK - Symphonic Variations.
Rubinstein; Wallenstein/Sym of the Air. [TAS 73:145+146L; 93:144] [SD; 13S/6S] A- ........ 15.00
1023.*LSC-2235: GOOD MUSIC TO HAVE FUN WITH - Valkyries; Flight of Bumblebee; Oberon
Overture; Bach Fugue in g; Eroica Scherzo; 4 more. Fiedler/BPS. [SD; 4S/6S] A-(the
Bach is spectacular!) .................................................................................................................. 25.00
1024.*LSC-2251: HOVHANESS - Mysterious Mountain. STRAVINSKY - Baiser de la Fee
Divertimento. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 59:123; Hovhaness especially
exceptional] FS(late pressing) .................................................................................................... 16.00
1025.*LSC-2255: WAGNER - Tristan: Prelude & Liebestod; Gotterdammerung: Brunnhilde's
Immolation. Farrell; Munch/BSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 36:163; 63:170-2] [SD; 3S/1S]
A- .............................................................................................................................................. 19.00
1026.*LSC-2256: SCHUMANN - Piano Concerto. Rubinstein; Krips/RCA Sym. [Pfeiffer; Layton]
[SD; 1S/1S] A-(scarce with 1S/1S stampers!) ............................................................................ 22.00
1027.*LSC-2267: OFFENBACH - Gaite Parisienne. KHACHATURIAN - Gayne Suite. Fiedler/BPS.
[Mohr; Crawford; TAS 60:136-8] [SD; 17S/16S] A- ................................................................... 8.00
1028.*LSC-2279: A PROGRAM OF SONG - Leontyne Price sings songs of Faure(5), Poulenc(4),
Strauss(4) & Wolf(4). Garvey, piano. [Mohr; Crawford] [SD; 3S/3S] A-(very slight cover
stains) ........................................................................................................................................ 13.00
1029.*LSC-2285: WALTON - Facade Suites. LECOCQ - Mamzelle Angot Suite.
Fistoulari/ROHCG. [Williamson; Wilkinson; TAS 69:152; 75/76:72-6; rare & highly
sought-after; only in print from October 1959 to March of 1962] [SD; 1S/1S] A-(a couple
of timing notes in ink on back cover) .......................................................................................... 85.00
1030.*LSC-2292: THE FRENCH TOUCH: RAVEL - Mother Goose Suite. DUKAS - The Sorcerer's
Apprentice. SAINT-SAENS - Le Rouet d'Omphale. Munch/BSO. [Scarce! Only in print
April 1959 - August 1962; only my third copy ever.] [TAS 64:127] [SD; 1S/2S] A- ................. 125.00
1031.*LSC-2294: SLAUGHTER ON 10TH AVENUE; Malambo; Howdown; Sabre Dance; Age of
Gold Polka; 3-Cornered Hat; Fancy Free; Gould Gavotte & Blues. Fiedler/BPS. [Mohr;
Layton; TAS 36:129] [SD; 8S/7S] A- ........................................................................................ 32.00
1032.*LSC-2296: BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #2. Rubinstein; Krips/RCA Sym. [Pfeiffer; Layton]
[SD; 9S/9S] A-(it's been hard to find a fine SD copy) ................................................................. 32.00
1033.*LSC-2303: ZINKA MILANOV - Operatic Arias - Butterfly, Gianni, Andrea, Boheme, Rusalka,
Otello, Manon Lescaut. Basile/RCA Sym. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 1S/5S] A-(very scarce especially in stereo) .................................................................................................................... 35.00
1034.*LSC-2312: BACH - Cantatas #56 & #82. Harrell; Shaw/RCA Sym/Cho. [Pfeiffer; Crawford]
[SD; 1S/2S] A-(s/s) ................................................................................................................... 12.00
1035.*LSC-2320: SONG OF INDIA - Plus Thunder + Lightning, Bahn Frei & Pizzicato Polkas; Hora
Staccato; works of Hayman, Anderson, Vollstedt & Khatchaturian. Fiedler/BPS. [Mohr;
Layton; TAS 58:139] [SD; 1S/6S] A- ........................................................................................ 45.00
1036.*LSC-2323: TCHAIKOVSKY - Capriccio Italien. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Capriccio
Espagnole. Kondrashin/RCA Sym. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 83/84:242] [SD; 22S/10S] A- .......... 28.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1037.*LSC-2329: POPS CHRISTMAS PARTY. Christmas Festival; White Christmas; Sleigh Rides
(Mozart & Leroy Anderson); Rudolph; Winter Wonderland; 4 more. Fiedler/Boston Pops.
[Mohr; Layton; TAS 63:170] [WD; 13S/17S] A-- ........................................................................ 9.00
1038.*LSC-2332: MAYER-OTTO - Hello, World!; The Greatest Sound Around. Eleanor Roosevelt,
narr. (in Hello); Langstaff, tenor; Scherman/Little Orch Soc. [McCuen & Crumpacker;
Hall; obscure disc - only in print 10/59 to 3/62] [SD; 1S/1S] A- ................................................. 10.00
1039.*LSC-2340: GERSHWIN - Porgy & Bess, Symphonic Picture (arr. Bennett). BERNSTEIN:
Symphonic Dances from West Side Story. Bennett/RCA Sym. [Dellheim; Layton; TAS
100:218] [SD; 1S/1S] A-(w/photocopy instead of original notes insert) ..................................... 65.00
1040.*LSC-2342: SIBELIUS - Symphony #2. Monteux/LSO. [TAS 42:129; unlike many of the
Monteux LSC's, this did not ever come back on VICS; I don't believe it saw reissue on vinyl
until the rights reverted to Decca/London and it came back on STS] [SD; 7S/4S] A(pristine!) ................................................................................................................................... 45.00
1041.*LSC-2364: MAHLER - Symphony #4. Della Casa; Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS
100:216; splendid!] [SD; 5S/9S] A- ........................................................................................... 35.00
1042.*LSC-2369: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #4. Monteux/BSO. [Pfeiffer; Crawford; TAS
32:148; 36:124; 42:83; 65:160L] [ND; 7S/8S] A-(c/c) ............................................................... 10.00
1043.*LSC-2370: CHOPIN - The Four Ballades. Rubinstein. [Pfeiffer; Crawford] [ND; 30S/30S] A- ........ 8.00
1044.*LSC-2379: ROBERTA PETERS IN RECITAL. Songs & arias of Schumann(3), Strauss(2),
Debussy(2), Ravel(2), Bach(2), Handel & Scarlatti. Trovillo, piano. [Mohr; Layton; only in
print June 1960 to August 1962] [SD; 1S/1S] A- ....................................................................... 41.00
1045.*LSC-2391: OPERA FOR PEOPLE WHO HATE OPERA - Arias sung by Bjoerling, Della
Casa, Di Stefano, Elias, Milanov, Moffo, Peerce, Peters, Rysanek, Tozzi, Valletti, Warren.
[SD; 2S/3S] A- .......................................................................................................................... 12.00
1046.*LSC-2394: HAYDN - Symphonies #94 & #101. Monteux/VPO. [TAS 58:136; quite
uncommon for a disc that made it into the WD era] [WD; 6S/4S] A-.......................................... 20.00
1047.*LSC-2395: PROKOFIEV - Alexander Nevsky. Elias; Reiner/CSO/Cho. [Mohr; Layton; 1st
recording by CSO Cho] [TAS 9:96; 67:140; 130:52] [WD; 15S/13S] A- ................................... 18.00
1048.*LSC-2411: CESARE VALLETTI - Town Hall Recital, October 16, 1959: Songs & Arias of
Pasquini, Mozart, Berlioz(3), Wolf(5), Obradors, Calleja, Boito & Cilea. Taubman, piano.
[Habig; Crawford; only in print March 1960 to August 1962] [SD; 1S/2S] A-(demo copy) ........ 32.00
1049.*LSC-2424: VIVALDI - The Four Seasons. Societa Corelli. [SD; 1S/3S] A- ................................... 24.00
1050.*LSC-2429: GRIEG - Piano Concerto. LISZT - Concerto #1. Rubinstein; Wallenstein/RCA
Orch. [SD; 1S/4S] A-(oddly scarce) .......................................................................................... 32.00
1051.*LSC-2430: RACHMANINOFF - Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (Reiner/CSO). FALLA Nights in the Gardens of Spain (Jorda/SF Sym). Rubinstein (in both). [TAS 30:139;
65:158L] [SD; 4S/6S] A- ........................................................................................................... 40.00
1052.*LSC-2435: SIBELIUS - Violin Concerto. Heifetz; Hendl/CSO. [Pfeiffer; Layton; TAS
30:140] [SD; 1S/6S] A- ............................................................................................................. 35.00
1053.*LSC-2441: WAGNER - Meistersinger: Prelude to Act I; Excerpts from Act III;
Gotterdammerung: Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr;
Layton; TAS 77:134; stunning CSO brass!] [SD; 17S/9S] A--(bit too much vinyl "presence"
for an A-)................................................................................................................................... 25.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1054.*LSC-2448: GUITAR WORKS - Ravel, Roussel, Berkeley, Rodrigo, Frescobaldi, Cimarosa, M.
Albeniz, Scarlatti. Julian Bream. [Dellheim; Layton; TAS 73:190] FS(probabaly ND or
LD labels) ..................................................................................................................................
1055.*LSC-2466: BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #2. Richter; Leinsdorf/CSO. [Mohr & Dellheim;
Layton; Grammy Award, 1960: Best Concerto Performance] [SD; 12S/13S] A- ........................
1056.*LSC-2472: BRUCH - Violin Concerto #1. MOZART - Concerto #3. Laredo;
Mitchell/National Sym. [Dellheim; Crawford; only in print 2/61 - 2/63; Mozart never
reissued] [SD; 1S/1S] A-(minor cov scuffs) ...............................................................................
1057.*LSC-2489: DVORAK - Symphony #7. Monteux/LSO. [Bremner; Wilkinson; TAS
83/84:239;SD; 4S/4S] A-(very fine!) ..........................................................................................
1058.*LSC-2490: DVORAK - Cello Concerto. Piatigorsky; Munch/BSO. [Wilcox; Crawford; TAS
98:128] [First SD copy I've had of this in a dozen years and the first ever to grade A-.] [SD;
1S/1S] A-(c/c) ...........................................................................................................................
1059.*LSC-2506: PRICE - Arias from Aida(2), Trovatore(2), Butterfly(2), Rondine, Tosca,
Turandot(2). Fabritiis (Basile in Trovatore)/Rome Opera. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 13S/3S]
A- ..............................................................................................................................................
1060.*LSC-2514: FRANCK - Symphony. Monteux/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 29:122; 30:128;
90:136; SD; 5S/5S] A- ...............................................................................................................
1061.*LSC-2516: SCHUBERT - Symphony #5 & #8. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 86:182;
SD; 5S/1S] A- ...........................................................................................................................
1062.*LSC-2520: MENDELSSOHN - Symphony #3; Scherzo from Octet, Op.20. Munch/BSO.
[Mohr; Layton; TAS 98:125] [SD; 1S/1S] A-(c/c) .....................................................................
1063.*LSC-2537: BRAHMS - Symphony #1. Karajan/VPO. [WD; 3S/5S] A- .........................................
1064.*LSC-2544: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #1; Sonata #22. Richter; Munch/BSO.
[Dellheim & Crawford; Wilcox & Layton] [SD; 14S/19S] A-(wonderful performance of the
concerto!) ..................................................................................................................................
1065.*LSC-2547: LIGHT CLASSICS - Ritual Fire Dance; Espana; Ride of the Valkyries; Flight of
the Bumblebee; Merry Wives of Windsor Overture; Song of India; War March of the
Priests; Hora Staccato; 2 more. Fiedler/Boston Pops. [SD; 1S/14S] A- ....................................
1066.*LSC-2562: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #5. Cliburn; Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS
83/84:240-2] [SD; 24S/14S] A- .................................................................................................
1067.*LSC-2566: GRIEG - Piano Concerto. Rubinstein; Wallenstein/Orch. Short pieces by Falla,
Villa-Lobos, Liszt, Prokofiev, Schumann. [Wilcox; Layton] [TAS 65:156L] [SD; 3S/3S] A- .....
1068.*LSC-2567: POULENC - Concerto for Organ, Strings & Timpani. STRAVINSKY - Jeu de
Cartes. Munch/BSO. [Wilcox; Crawford][TAS 90:142; spacious Symphony Hall ambiance
wonderfully captured in the Poulenc; Munch's only recorded Stravinsky - and not reissued,
to my knowledge] [SD; 3S/6S] A- .............................................................................................
1069.*LSC-2577: BACH - 2-Violin Concerto. BEETHOVEN - Sonata #9 for Violin & Piano.
Heifetz; Smith (in Beethoven); Friedman; Sargent/New Sym (in Bach). [Pfeiffer &
Norman; Smith & Reeve; TAS 86:178-80. Friedman's debut disc] [ND; 3S/4S] A- ....................
1070.*LSC-2581: BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #2. Cliburn; Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton] [SD;
5S/1S] A-(earlier jacket with photo of Brahms) ..........................................................................
1071.*LSC-2601: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #2. Cliburn; Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton;
TAS 86:182-4] [WD; 11S/16S] A- ............................................................................................
11.00
14.00
65.00
25.00
59.00
18.00
24.00
20.00
35.00
11.00
25.00
12.00
16.00
14.00
30.00
10.00
20.00
12.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1072.*LSC-2603: BRUCH - Scottish Fantasy. VIEUXTEMPS - Violin Concerto #5. Heifetz;
Sargent/New Sym, London. [Smith; Wilkinson] [WD; 12S/11S] A- ......................................... 12.00
1073.*LSC-2605: RUBINSTEIN AT CARNEGIE HALL - Works of Debussy (4), Szymanowski
(Mazurkas), Prokofiev (Visions Fugitives), Villa-Lobos (6). [Wilcox; Salvatore; TAS
153:69; nice fold-open album] [SD; 8S/6S] A--(minor cover scuffs) ........................................... 10.00
1074.*LSC-2608: BERLIOZ - Symphonie Fantastique. Munch/BSO. [Mohr; Layton; 1962
recording, the last disc Munch made in Boston] [TAS 4:246; 36:161; ironically, this is now
the tougher of the two Munch/BSO Fantastiques to acquire: it is the 1954 version (much
inferior, especially in recorded sound, in my opinion) which has been incessantly reissued]
[SD; 7S/5S] A- .......................................................................................................................... 50.00
1075.*LSC-2643: BARTOK - Concerto for Orchestra. Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 1S/4S]
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1076.*LSC-2647: CHAUSSON - Symphony. FRANCK - Chasseur Maudit. Munch/BSO. [Mohr;
Layton; TAS 36:127; 94:145-6] [ND; 7S/4S] A-........................................................................ 15.00
1077.*LSC-2664: RAVEL - Bolero; La Valse; Pavane. Munch/BSO. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 8S/19S]
A--............................................................................................................................................... 5.00
1078.*LSC-2678: RACHMANINOFF - Paganini Rhapsody. FRANCK - Symphonic Variations.
LITOLFF - Scherzo. Pennario; Fiedler/BPS. [Dellheim; Salvatore] [SD; 8S/7S] A-................. 16.00
1079.*LSC-2680: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #4. Cliburn; Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton] [SD;
1S/13S] A- ................................................................................................................................ 20.00
1080.*LSC-2683: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #6. Munch/BSO. [Mohr; Layton; if Dorati's
Church Windows has the all-time great loud tam-tam crash, the finale here has the all-time
great quiet one; over-miked to be sure, but what a gorgeous instrument the BSO has (or
had)!] [SD; 11S/1S] A- .............................................................................................................. 25.00
1081.*LSC-2695: FALLA - El Amor Brujo. BERLIOZ - Les Nuits d'Ete. Price; Reiner/CSO.
[Mohr; Layton; Grammy Award: Best Vocal Soloist Performance, 1964] [SD; 12S/12S] A(nice fold-open album) ............................................................................................................... 18.00
1082.*LSC-2698: FRANCK - Piece Heroique. LISZT - Variations on Weinen, Klagen.
MENDELSSOHN - Sonata. BRAHMS - Fugue. Weinrich (Symphony Hall Organ,
Boston). [Dellheim; Salvatore] [ND; 11S/8S] A-........................................................................ 10.00
1083.*LSC-2702: MILHAUD - A Frenchman in New York. GERSHWIN - An American in Paris.
Fiedler/Boston Pops. [Dellheim; Salvatore; scarce - only in print 3/64 to 9/66] [SDS;
7S/1S] A- .................................................................................................................................. 55.00
1084.*LSC-2707: PROKOFIEV - Symphony #5. Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 2S/6S] A- .......... 20.00
1085.*LSC-2732: PROKOFIEV - Violin Concerto #1 (Friedman); Piano Concerto #5 (Hollander).
Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Salvatore & Layton] [SD; 6S/3S] A- ................................................... 13.00
1086.*LSC-2734: GLAZOUNOV - Violin Concerto (Heifetz; Hendl/Orch). MOZART - Symphonie
Concertante for Violin & Viola (Heifetz; Primrose; Solomon/Orch). [Pfeiffer; Norman &
Chase; TAS 57:139] [SD; 1S/1S] A-- ........................................................................................ 28.00
1087.*LSC-2739: FRANCK - Piano Quintet. BRAHMS - Sextet. Heifetz; Piatagorsky; Primrose;
Pennario; etc. [Dellheim; Hassinger] [SD; 3S/1S] A- .................................................................. 32.00
1088.*LSC-2743: VIVALDI - Il Cimento dell'Armonia e dell'Invenzione: Concerti #5 - 8. Societa
Corelli. [SD; 1S/1S] A-(only the 3rd copy I've ever seen of this!) .............................................. 24.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1089.*LSC-2762: MENOTTI - Amahl and the Night Visitors. 1963 NBC TV production.
Grossman/Orch. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 36:169; 73:149L] [WD; 4S/3S] A-................................ 11.00
1090.*LSC-2801: KHACHATURIAN - Piano Concerto. BLOCH - Scherzo Fantasque. Hollander;
Previn/RPO. [Dellheim; Lock] [WD; 4S/2S] A-.......................................................................... 6.00
1091.*LSC-2849: STRAUSS - Salome: Dance of the Seven Veils & Final Scene; Egyptian Helen:
Awakening Scene. Price; Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Salvatore; (noted on box of tape issue,
but not here)] [ND; 10S/8S] A- ................................................................................................... 9.00
1092.*LSC-2899: RACHMANINOFF - Symphony #2. Previn/LSO. [Dellheim; Wilkinson] [ND;
3S/5S] A- .................................................................................................................................... 6.00
1093.*LSC-2929: BARTOK - Piano Concerti #1 & #3. Peter Serkin; Ozawa/CSO. [Wilcox; Keville
& Oelrich] [ND; 3S/3S] A- ........................................................................................................ 11.00
1094.*LSC-2941: IVES Piano Sonata #1. Masselos. [Wilcox/Gardner; TAS 209:182 (Jan 2011);WD;
2S/4S] A- .................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1095.*LSC-2958: NIELSEN - Symphony #4; Helios Overture. Martinon/CSO. [Scott; Goodman;
1st recording made in post-renovation Orchestra Hall, October 1966 (Helios recorded in
December)] [ND; 3S/2S] A- ...................................................................................................... 24.00
1096.*LSC-2961: NIELSEN - Symphony #1; Prelude to Act II of Saul & David. Previn/LSO.
[Dellheim, producer; Wilkinson, engineer; along w/simultaneous Ormandy/Phila, first stereo
recording of #1] [WD; 1S/1S] A- ............................................................................................... 12.00
1097.*LSC-2970: BRAHMS - Three Intermezzi; Capriccio; Rhapsody. Stravinsky - Three
Movements from Petrouchka. [ND; 5S/2S] A- ............................................................................. 9.00
1098.*LSC-3017: DVORAK - Symphony #6; 2 Slavonic Dances. Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr;
Salvatore;ND; 4S/8S] A- ............................................................................................................. 8.00
1099.*LSC-3093: RAVEL - Mother Goose; Rapsodie Espagnole; Introduction & Allegro for Flute,
Harp, Clarinet & Strings (Peck; Druzinsky; Brody); Alborada. Martinon/CSO. [Habig;
Keville] [ND; 2S/4S] A- ............................................................................................................ 11.00
1100.*LSC-3115: SCHUBERT - Symphony #9. Steinberg/BSO. [Dellheim; Keville; Steinberg's 1st
BSO disc, September 1969] [ND; 1S/5S] A- .............................................................................. 12.00
1101.*LSC-3193: "ALMEIDA IN THE UNDERWORLD" - Overtures to Orpheus in Hades, Bronze
Horse, Zampa, Mignon; Faust Ballet Music. Antonia de Almeida/NPO. [Mohr; Salvatore]
[ND; 5S/3S] A- ......................................................................................................................... 12.00
1102.*LSC-3330: THE CLASSIC FILM SCORES OF ERICH WOLFGANG KORNGOLD.
Gerhardt/National Philharmonic. [George Korngold, producer; Wilkinson, engineer;
includes insert with film stills][TAS 30:143] [ND; 2S/1S] A- ....................................................... 8.00
1103.*LSC-6149(3): PUCCINI - Turandot. Nilsson; Tebaldi; Bjoerling; Tozzi; Leinsdorf/Rome
Opera. [Mohr; Layton] A-(SD: 1S/11S/2S/7S/17S/14S) ........................................................... 29.00
1104.*LSC-6154(3): VERDI - La Traviata. Moffo; Tucker; Merrill; Reynolds; de Palma;
Previtali/Rome Opera. [Mohr; Layton] A-(SD: 1S/1S/3S/3S/1S/4S)........................................ 30.00
1105.*LSC-6156(3): WAGNER - Flying Dutchman. London; Rysanek; Tozzi; Liebl; Lewis; Elias;
Dorati/ROHCG. [Mohr; Layton] A--(WD; 6S/7S/6S/5S/6S/4S) ............................................... 20.00
1106.*LSC-7031(2): MAHLER - Symphony #5. BERG - Wozzeck Excerpts (Curtin).
Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Layton & Salvatore] [Issued in September 1964; Bernstein's NYP
recording was issued in April of that year: the first stereo recordings of the 5th except for
the obscure Schwarz on Everest.] [SD; 1S/8/1/4] A- .................................................................. 35.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1107.*LSC-7044(2): MAHLER - Symphony #6. BERG - Le Vin. Curtin (in Berg); Leinsdorf/BSO.
[Mohr; Salvatore] [WD; 2S/2/1/5] A- ........................................................................................ 25.00
1108.*LSP-1480: THE BAND OF THE COLDSTREAM GUARDS - Fourteen Marches. Douglas A.
Pope, conductor. [RCA's very first stereo issues appeared in the August 1958 Schwann;
this was one of them; deleted 1961] [BL; 1S/1S] A-................................................................... 29.00
1109.*LSS-2384: STRAUSS - Don Quixote. Janigro; Preves; Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; deluxe
Soria Series issue in box w/Lionni book: one of the first edition copies, of which only 200
printed] [SD; 4S/1S] A- ............................................................................................................. 50.00
1110. LVT-1016: ROY HARRIS - Symphony #3 (recorded 1939). HOWARD HANSON - Symphony
#3 (recorded 1940). (Koussevitzky/BSO (in both). [only in print from late 1956 - 1/60]
[PD labels] A-- .......................................................................................................................... 32.00
1111. LVT-1038: CHAUSSON - Poeme de l'Amour et de la Mer (Monteux/RCA Sym). FRENCH
ART SONGS - Duparc, Berlioz, Debussy, Hahn, Hillemacher, Poulenc(3), Clergue
(Trovillo, pf). Swarthout in all. [deleted 10/60] [SD labels] A- ................................................. 32.00
1112.*PGL1-9077 (GERMAN): BEETHOVEN - Symphony #7; Fidelio Overture. Reiner/CSO.
[TAS re US issue on LSC-1991: 63:178; recorded December, 1955; lovely German
pressing!] FS.............................................................................................................................. 25.00
1113.*SPS-33-190: THE POWER OF THE ORGAN - Bach: Toccata & Fugue in d. Liszt: Prelude &
Fugue in B-A-C-H. Widor: Toccata from Symphony #5. Reger: Benedictus. Alain: Litanies.
Robert Owen; Christ Church, Bronxville, NY. [Wilcox; Keville] [SD; 2S/5S] A- ...................... 23.00
1114. SRL-12-28: SHOWCASE IN SOUND - Promo record from about 1956 has 13 excerpts from
RCA's of the time, with spoken comments by Reiner (about Beethoven 7th), Munch (talks
about Pastorale), Beecham (tells a good story!), Fiedler, Monteux, Horowitz,
Rubinstein, Shaw, Gould & Dave Garroway. Fascinating sleeve/booklet has color
illustrations of 98 RCA covers from that period. [PD; 1S/10S] A-/B+(difficult to find in
such good condition) ................................................................................................................. 35.00
1115.*VICS-1004: STRAUSS - Till Eulenspiegel; Death & Transfiguration. Reiner/VPO. [1st LP
stereo release except for very scarce LSC-2077] [PL; 1S/1S] A- .................................................. 6.00
1116.*VICS-1009: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #6. Monteux/BSO. [from the very scarce LSC1901; TAS 75/76:175-6] [PL; 2S/2S] A- ................................................................................... 13.00
1117.*VICS-1012: OFFENBACH - Gaite Parisienne. Fiedler/Boston Pops. [Probably the first stereo
recording made by Fiedler and the Pops, June 1954, and very scarce indeed in its original
issue on LSC-1817 (TAS 32:148; 34:177; 60:136-8; 75/76:78); this VICS is also
remarkably scarce, probably because the red seal remake, c.1958, on LSC-2267 was so
widely purchased.] [PL; 1S/2S] A- ............................................................................................. 40.00
1118.*VICS-1025: TCHAIKOVSKY - 1812 Overture. DEBUSSY - Iberia. LISZT - Mephisto Waltz.
Reiner/CSO. [from LSC-2241 (1812 & Liszt); LSC-2222; TAS 34:179] [PL; 10S/10S] A- ...... 11.00
1119.*VICS-1028: BRAHMS - Violin Concerto. Szeryng; Monteux/LSO. [Grand Prix du Disque;
from LSC-2281; TAS 65:176-8] [PL; 4S/1S] A- ........................................................................ 18.00
1120.*VICS-1036: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #3. Monteux/VPO. [1st issue - never an LSC] [PL;
1S/4S] A- .................................................................................................................................. 18.00
1121.*VICS-1055: BRAHMS - Symphony #2. Monteux/VPO. [1st release by itself: on LM/LSC was
only available with the other symphonies in LM/LSC-6411; (Karajan/Reiner/Munch on the
others)] [PL; 1S/1S] A- ............................................................................................................. 17.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1122.*VICS-1059: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #3. Graffman; Hendl/CSO. [Mohr; Bayne;
from VERY scarce LSC-2396 (in print 5/60 - 3/62); wonderfully spacious Orch Hall sound]
[PL; 1S/4S] A-(lovely copy) ...................................................................................................... 19.00
1123.*VICS-1064: LALO - Symphonie Espagnole. Szeryng; Hendl/CSO. [Pfeiffer; Crawford; from
the hotly sought-after LSC-2456; TAS 86:184] [PL; 1S/5S] A- ................................................. 20.00
1124.*VICS-1068: TCHAIKOVSKY - Marche Slave; Marche Miniature. MOUSSORGSKY - Night
on Bald Mountain. GLINKA - Russlan & Ludmilla Overture. KABALEVSKY - Colas
Breugnon Overture. BORODIN - Prince Igor March. Reiner/CSO. [Originally released as
LSC-2423; TAS 65:154L] [PL; 1S/1S] A-(lovely; tough to find a fine 1S/1S copy!) .................. 19.00
1125.*VICS-1110: BARTOK - Concerto for Orchestra. Reiner/CSO. [from LSC-1934; see TAS
65:154L; 65:176] [PL; 1S/1S] A-(very fine first pressing) .......................................................... 18.00
1126.*VICS-1153: KHACHATURIAN - Violin Concerto. SAINT-SAENS - Havanaise. Kogan;
Monteux/BSO. [from LM-2220; this VICS was its 1st stereo release; TAS 77:132-4] [PL;
1S/2S] A- .................................................................................................................................. 32.00
1127.*VICS-1333: RAMEAU - Dardanus (Orchestral Suite). Peters/Collegium Aureum. [First
issue: never an LM/LSC version] [PL; 1S/1S] A- ......................................................................... 8.00
1128.*VICS-1432: PURCELL - Suite from King Arthur. LULLY - Suite from Amadis. Tarr,
trumpet; Peters/Collegium Aureum. [1st issue - no LM/LSC incarnation] FS ........................... 12.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label
1129.*ARGO ZRG--634: HAYDN - Mass in Time of War. Cantelo; Watts; Tear; McDaniel;
Guest/ASMF; St.John's College Cho. A- .................................................................................. 7.00
1130.*COLUMBIA KS-6155: IVES - Symphony #2. Bernstein/NYP. [TAS 44:158; 69:48; with 6page booklet; classic!] A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ......................................................................... 15.00
1131.*COLUMBIA M2S-619(2): BEETHOVEN - Missa Solemnis. Farrell; Smith; Lewis; Borg;
Bernstein/NYP; Westminster Choir. [TAS 69:46] A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ........................... 10.00
1132.*COLUMBIA MS-6488: BRAHMS - Alto Rhapsody; Song of Destiny. MAHLER - Songs of a
Wayfarer. Miller; Walter/Col Sym. [TAS 73:147L] A-("2-eyes" labels) ................................... 16.00
1133.*COLUMBIA MS-6646: STRAVINSKY - Orpheus (Composer/CSO); Apollo (Composer/Col
Sym). [TAS 153:70; Stravinsky's only CSO recording - in July 1964, in between CSO RCA
contracts; he was quoted as calling Reiner's CSO "the most precise and flexible instrument
in the world."] A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ..................................................................................... 16.00
1134.*COMMAND CC-11005: RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2; La Valse; Alborada del
Gracioso. Dervaux/L'Orchestre des Concerts Colonne. [Light; Fine; 35mm film
recording] A--(c/c)....................................................................................................................... 7.00
1135.*COMMAND CC-11007: RAVEL - Rapsodie Espagnole; Bolero. Dervaux/Colonne
Orchestre. [Fine, engineer; 35mm film recording] A-................................................................... 8.00
1136.*COMMAND CC-11020: WAGNER - Overtures: Rienzi, Meistersinger, Faust, Dutchman;
Lohengrin Act 3 Prelude. Steinberg/Pittsburgh. [Light; Fine; Piros; 35mm film] A--(c/c) ........... 7.00
1137.*CONNOISSEUR SOCIETY CS-2089(2): ELGAR - The Kingdom. Price; Young; Minton;
Shirley-Quirk; Boult/LPO & Cho. [EMI recording; Bishop; Parker; TAS 65:154L] A- ............... 8.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label - continued
1138.*DECCA SET 228/9(2): STRAUSS - Salome. Nilsson; Stolze; Wachter; Solti/VPO. A-(purple
wide-band FFST labels) ............................................................................................................. 35.00
1139.*DECCA SXL-6212: BARTOK - Concerto for Orchestra; Dance Suite. Solti/LSO. [FFSS
labels] A- to A(Dutch pressing; c/c) ........................................................................................... 20.00
1140.*EMI ASD-2329: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Symphony #6; The Lark Ascending. Boult/NPO.
[TAS re complete symphonies: 73:149L] A- .............................................................................. 12.00
1141.*EMI ASD-2336: PROKOFIEV Symphony #3; Autumn; Andante. Rozhdestvensky/Moscow
Radio. A- .................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1142.*EMI ASD-2612: CONCERTOS FOR PHYLLIS & CYRIL: ARNOLD - Concerto for Phyllis
& Cyril. BLISS - Concerto for Two Pianos. JACOB - Concerto for Piano, Three Hands.
Phyllis Sellick & Cyril Smith; Arnold/City of Birmingham Sym. [Culverhouse; Eltham]
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1143.*EMI ASD-2717: GLAZOUNOV - Symphony #8; Raymonda Excerpts. Svetlanov/Moscow
Radio Orch (#8); Bolshoi Theatre Orch (Raymonda). A- to A .................................................. 7.00
1144.*EMI ASD-2784: ELGAR - Cockaigne Overture Edward Heath (former British Prime
Minister, of course) conducting LSO in concert, 1971. Previn conducts studio
performances of Candide Overture, Greensleeves Fantasia & Roumanian Rhapsody #1.
[Bishop; Gooch] A- ................................................................................................................... 10.00
1145.*EMI ASD-290: LALO - Symphonie Espagnole. SAINT-SAENS - Introduction & Rondo
Capriccioso; Havanaise. Menuhin; Goossens/PO. A-(lovely; early plum-and-gold labels) ......... 40.00
1146.*EMI ASD-3687: BLISS - Ballet Suites from Checkmate and Adam Zero. Handley/Liverpool
Philharmonic [Fraser; Eltham][TAS 26:275] A- to A ................................................................. 8.00
1147.*EMI SLS--987(2): ELGAR - The Dream of Gerontius. Gedda; Watts; Lloyd; Boult/NPO;
LPO Cho; Alldis Cho. [Bishop; Parker; Kingsway Hall, 1975] [quad] A- to A ........................... 8.00
1148.*EMI SLS-5107(2): MASCAGNI - L'Amico Fritz. Freni; Pavarotti; Sardiniero;
Gavazzeni/ROHCG. [Bishop; Parker] A- to A ......................................................................... 16.00
1149.*EMI/ODEON PASD--600: LISZT - Hungarian Fantasia; Rapsodie Espagnole; Sonata in b.
Ogdon, piano; Pritchard/PO (in 1st two). A-(few lgt tks from couple scrs) .............................. 10.00
1150.*EMI/ODEON PASD-2422: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Sancta Civitas; Benedicite. Harper;
Partridge; Shirley-Quirk; Willcocks/LSO; Cho. [TAS 73:149L] A- ............................................ 8.00
1151.*EMI/ODEON PASD-2699: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Riders to the Sea (Burrowes; Price;
Watts; Stevens; Luxon); Magnificat (Watts). Davies/Orch Nova of London; Ambrosian
Singers (women only). A- ........................................................................................................... 8.00
1152.*EVEREST SDBR-3018: COPLAND - Symphony #3. Composer/LSO. A-(early silver
label/jacket, but no dowel spine) ................................................................................................ 22.00
1153.*MHS 1429: IRELAND - Piano Concerto (Parkin); These Thanks Shall Be (Baritone, Chorus
& Orch; Case, baritone); Boult/LPO/Cho. [fr Lyrita SRCS-36] A- ............................................. 6.00
1154.*MHS 1632: BAX - Symphony #2. Fredman/LPO. [from Lyrita SRCS-54; TAS 60:126] A-............. 8.00
1155.*MHS 3574: ALWYN - Symphonies #4 & 5. Composer/LPO. [from Lyrita] A- ................................ 7.00
1156.*PHILIPS 838 417: SCHUMANN & MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerti. Szeryng;
Dorati/LSO. [TAS re Mercury issue on SR-90406: 35:108; Szeryng AUTOGRAPH on
front cover] A- to A(minor cov scuffs) ....................................................................................... 32.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label - continued
1157.*READER'S DIGEST RCA-29(4): RACHMANINOFF - The Four Piano Concerti; Isle of the
Dead. Wild; Horenstein/RPO. [Gerhardt; Wilkinson; TAS 44:183-4; 65:158L] A-(with
photocopy of notes booklet) ......................................................................................................
1158.*TURNABOUT TVS-34169: COPLAND - Billy the Kid; Rodeo (4 Dance Episodes); Fanfare
for the Common Man. Johanos/Dallas Symphony. [Mowrey; Hancock; Jones; recorded in
February & April, 1967; Billy in the same sessions as the famous Symphonic Dances disc]
A- ..............................................................................................................................................
1159.*UNICORN RHS-301: MAHLER - Symphony #1. Horenstein/LSO. [Lawrence; Auger; TAS
re issue on Nonesuch: 44:141] A- to A(superb Dutch pressing) ..................................................
1160. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7068: TCHAIKOVSKY - March Slav. KHACHATURIAN - Gayne
Ballet Suite. Scherchen/VSOO. [later jacket w/notes on back cover, not in booklet] A(fine pressing for this series!) .....................................................................................................
1161.*WESTMINSTER WST-14088: TCHAIKOVSKY - The Nutcracker (extended exc).
Rodzinski/PSOL. [early labels] A-(occ slight nse, but very fine for this era) ..............................
65.00
12.00
23.00
14.00
10.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire
1162.*ALBENIZ: Piano Concerto #1. LISZT-BUSONI: Rhapsodie Espagnole. Blumental;
Zedda/Torino Orch(Albeniz); Froschauer/Prague Ch Orch(Liszt). Turn TVS-34372. FS ........ 6.00
1163.*ALBENIZ/ARBOS: Iberia (5 Exc); Navarra. Batiz/LSO. [dig] Angel DS-37878. FS ........................ 4.00
1164.*ALWYN: (William): Symphony #1. Composer/LPO. [from Lyrita SRCS-86] HNH 4040. A-........... 6.00
1165.*AMRAM: (David): Shakespearean Concerto; Autobiography for Strings; King Lear Variations.
Composer/NY Chamber Orchestra. [ten musicians also listed inc David Nadien, violin &
Lorne Munroe, cello] Flying Fish Records Fine Catch FC-27753. A- ........................................ 11.00
1166.*ANDERSON: (Leroy): New Music (12 works). Decca DL-74335. A-(mostly from
"Goldilocks") ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
1167.*ATTERBERG: Suite #3 for Violin, Viola & Strings. DE FRUMERIE: Pastoral Suite for Flute,
Harp & Strings. WIREN: Sinfonietta. Westerberg/Swedish Radio. Swedish Society
Discofil SLT-33167. A- ............................................................................................................. 10.00
1168.*ATTERBERG: Symphony #2. Westerberg/Swedish Radio Orch. [lovely work and
performance] Swedish Society Discofil SLT-33179. A-.............................................................. 20.00
1169.*AULIN (Tor; 1966-1914): Violin Concerto #3 (Tellefsen; Segerstam/Swedish Radio); Four
Aquarelles; Dances from Gotland, Op. 23: #2, #4 & #5 (Tellefsen, vln; Nilson, pf).
Swedish EMI E 061-35157. A- .................................................................................................. 14.00
1170. BARANOVICH: (Kreshimir; b.1894): The Gingerbread Heart (ballet suite).
Composer/Belgrade Philharmonic. FRAN LHOTKA (1883-1962): The Devil in the
Village (ballet suite). Composer/Zagreb Opera Orch. London LL-1235. A- ............................ 20.00
1171.*BARBER: Medea's Meditation & Dance of Vengeance; Essay #2; School for Scandal
Overture; Adagio for Strings. Schippers/NYP. Odyssey Y-33230. A- ......................................... 8.00
1172. BARTOK: Hungarian Folktunes; 5 Improvisations; Mikrokosmos Excerpts(3); Prelude
All'Ungherese; Petite Suite; Bagatelle; Rondo #1. Composer, piano. Remington R-199-94.
B+ to B(unblemished; better-than-average pressing)................................................................... 13.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1173.*BARTOK: Suite #1; 2 Pictures. Dorati/Detroit Sym. [notes German only] Telefunken
6.42460. A- to A ....................................................................................................................... 12.00
1174.*BAX: Symphony #2. Fredman/LPO. [from Lyrita SRCS-54; TAS 60:126] MHS 1632. A- .............. 8.00
1175.*BEETHOVEN: Triple Concerto. Zeltser; Mutter; Ma; Karajan/BPO. [dig] DGG 2531 262.
A- to A ........................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1176.*BENNETT: (William Sterndale; 1816-75): Piano Concerto #4 (Binns); Symphony in g. Hilary
Davan Wetton/Milton Keynes Chamber Orch. [dig; DMM] Music Series MKM-861. A- ...... 10.00
1177.*BERMAN: (Erik; b.1911): Colori ed Improvisazioni for Orchestra; Noa for Baritone, Mixed
Chorus & Orchestra (Lehtinen). Segerstam/Finnish Radio Orch & Ch Cho. Finlandia
FA-330. A- to A(c/c) ................................................................................................................... 8.00
1178.*BERWALD: Symphonies #1 - #4; Piano Concerto (Migdal); Violin Concerto (Tellefsen);
Elfenspiel; Serious & Joyful Fancies; Festival of the Bayaderes; Racing; Reminiscences from
the Norwegian Mountains; Overtures to Queen of Golconda & Estrella di Soria.
Bjorlin/RPO. Seraphim SID-6113(4). A- .................................................................................. 14.00
1179.*BRITTEN: Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra; Simple Symphony; Variations on a Theme
of Frank Bridge. Composer/LSO; ECO. [drm] London 517 509-1. FS(c/c) ................................ 8.00
1180.*BRUCH: Symphony #2. JULIUS REITZ: Concert Overture, Op.7. Mester/Louisvile Orch.
Louisville LS-703. A-(blank jacket; includes notes insert)........................................................... 11.00
1181. BRUCKNER: Symphony #2/ Ludwig Georg Jochum/Linz Bruckner Symphony Orchestra.
[first recording] Urania URLP-402(2). A-- ................................................................................. 29.00
1182.*BRUCKNER: Symphony #8. Haitink/ACO. [dig] Philips 6769 080(2). A- to A ............................. 23.00
1183.*CARLOS: (Walter/Wendy): Sonic Seasonings. Miscellaneous electronic and natural sounds;
an extraordinary four movements, one for each season; when the wolf calls arrive during
Winter, they always make my hair stand on end!] Col pg-31234(2). FS(c/c) ............................... 23.00
1184. CARTER: Variations for Orchestra. EVERETT HELM: Piano Concerto #2 (Benjamin
Owen). Whitney/Louisville Orchestra. Louisville LOU-583. A-................................................ 4.00
1185.*CHOPIN: Piano Works - Etudes(3), Preludes(3), Mazurkas(2), Waltzes(2) & Polonaise.
Hesse-Bukowska, piano. With Gustaw Holoubek reading from letters of Chopin
(presumably in Polish, but I don't want to break the factory-seal to find out!) in between the
piano pieces. Muza SXL-0611. FS(c/c) ...................................................................................... 18.00
1186.*COLGRASS: Deja Vu; Light Spirit. JACOB DRUCKMAN: Aureole. Comet/St. Louis Sym
(in "Spirit"); Slatkin/St. Louis Sym (in the rest). New World NW-318. FS ............................... 10.00
1187.*COPLAND: An Outdoor Overture; Lincoln Portrait (Charlton Heston, speaker); Our Town;
Quiet City. Abravanel/Utah Sym. Vanguard VSD-2115. A-(s/s) ................................................ 9.00
1188. COPLAND: Piano Concerto. Smit; Composer/Rome Radio Orchestra. BLOCH: Four
Episodes for Chamber Orchestra. Scherman/Zurich Radio Orch. Concert Hall CHS1238. A-(Bloch is A- to B+) ...................................................................................................... 14.00
1189.*COPLAND: Red Pony Suite; John Henry; Music for Movies; Down a Country Lane; Letter
from Home. Composer/NPO & LSO. Col M-33586. A- ............................................................. 5.00
1190.*CRUMB: Variazioni (1959). SYDNEY HODKINSON (b.1934): Fresco (1968).
Gilbert/Louisville Orchestra. Louisville LS-774. A- ................................................................ 11.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1191. DE CROES: (Henri Jacques; 1705-86): Concerto a Quatre for Strings. JEAN DECADT
(b.1914): Ballade on a Tree (Serverius, soprano). [Maes/Belgian Ch Orch in both]
GABRIEL VERSCHRAEGEN (b.1919): Concerto for Organ, Orchestra & Percussion
(Composer, organ). Alpha DB-91. A- ....................................................................................... 19.00
1192.*DELIBES: Sylvia. Mari/Paris Opera. [quad] Angel SB-3860(2). A-(demo copy) .......................... 12.00
1193. DELIUS: Paris; Eventyr; Koanga (Closing Scene). Beecham/RPO; Cho. Odyssey Y-33284. A- ...............
9.00
1194.*DUKAS: Piano Sonata in e-flat. Francoise Thinat. Arion 30 A 122. A- to A ................................... 7.00
1195. DVORAK: Symphony #5, Op.76 (here identified as #3 in the old numbering). Schuler/Leipzig
Radio Orch. Urania UR-RS-7-11. A-(very fine for an old Urania!) ........................................... 18.00
1196. EGK: Suite from "Abraxas." HENZE: Wedding Music from "Undine." IRVING FINE:
Diversions. Whitney/Louisville Orch. [blank jacket; includes notes] Louisville LOU-643.
A- .............................................................................................................................................. 10.00
1197. ELGAR: Enigma Variations (Royal Albert Hall Orch; rec 1926); Falstaff (LSO; rec 1932).
Composer conducts both. [transfers by A.C.Griffith] World Record Club SH-162. A- ............... 15.00
1198. ELGAR: Falstaff. Composer/LSO. [10-inch; recorded 1931/32] EMI BLP-1090. A- ........................ 7.00
1199. ELGAR: Symphony #1 (Composer/LSO; recorded 1930); Prelude to The Kingdom
(Composer/BBC Sym; recorded 1933). [LP transfers by A.C.Griffith] World Rec Cl SH139. A- ...................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1200. ELGAR: Symphony #2. Composer/LSO. [recorded 1927; includes rehearsal segment] [LP
transfers by A.C.Griffith] World Record Club SH-163. A- ......................................................... 12.00
1201.*ENESCO: Suite Chatelaine; Voix de la Nature. Remus Georgescu/Banatul Phiharmonic in
Timisoara. Electrecord STECE-02240. A-................................................................................ 12.00
1202. ENESCO: Symphony #1. Georgescu/Rumanian State Sym. Artia ALP-118. A- .............................. 9.00
1203.*ERB: Prismatic Variations. CHRISTOPHER ROUSE: The Infernal Machine; Ogoun Badagris.
JOAN TOWER: Sequoia. Slatkin/St.Louis Sym (Ogoun conducted by Peter Susskind).
[dig] Nonesuch 9-79118-1. A- to A(c/c) .................................................................................... 10.00
1204.*FERNANDEZ: (Oscar Lorenzo): Piano Music, Volume 2 (twelve works). Proenca, piano.
[notes in Portuguese only] Arsis 41131218. A- .......................................................................... 10.00
1205.*FIELD: Nocturnes # 1 - #11. Mary Louise Boehm, piano. Turn TVS-34349. A- ............................. 5.00
1206.*FOERSTER: Symphony #4 ("Easter"). Smetacek/Prague Symphony. Supraphon 1 10 0617.
A-(c/c) ......................................................................................................................................... 7.00
1207. GERSHWIN: Conducts Gershwin. Early radio performances of Rhapsody in Blue, Concerto
in F, I Got Rhythm; Radio Broadcasts of 2-19-1934, 4-30-1934; Rudy Vallee Hour
Broadcast, 11-10-1932; Porgy & Bess Rehearsal, 7-19-1935; Piano Roll Medley (1919);
etc. Murray Hill M-60173(3). A-................................................................................................ 15.00
1208.*GLAZOUNOV: Finnish Fantasy; Wedding March; Pas de Caractere (Svetlanov &
Gauk/Moscow Radio Orch). IPPOLITOV-IVANOV: Caucasian Sketches
(Rozhdestvensky/Moscow). Mel-Angel SR-40119. A-(s/s) ......................................................... 8.00
1209.*GLAZOUNOV: Piano Concerto #2 (Alexeyev; Nickolayevsky); Violin Concerto
(Snitkowsky). Rozhdestvensky/USSR Radio/TV Large Sym (in both). Melodiya C1008810. A- .................................................................................................................................. 10.00
1210. GLAZOUNOV: Symphony #7. Lederer/Berlin Radio Sym. MIASKOVSKY: Lyric
Concertino. Guhl/Berlin Radio Sym. Urania URLP-7088. B++ ................................................. 8.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1211.*GLAZOUNOV: Symphony #9 (1st movement draft edited and orchestrated by G. Yudin);
Mazurka-Oberek for Violin & Orchestra (Oistrakh). SALIERI: La Secchia Rapita
Overture. BOCCHERINI: Overture in D. MOZART: Masonic Funeral Music. G.
Yudin/Misc Russian Orchs. [unusual item for both Glazounov and Oistrakh collectors!]
Melodiya 33CM-02445-6. A-....................................................................................................... 7.00
1212.*GOOSSENS: (Eugene): Divertissement (Chiarelli/National Phil); Six Songs (Meriel;
Dickinson, ms; Peter Dickinson, pf); Islamite Dance, Old Chinese Folk Song, Two Songs
(Leon Goossens, oboe; Lloyd, piano); Oboe Concerto (Leon Goossens; Susskind/PO).
[concerto is in mono] Unicorn UN1-75005. A-(c/c) ................................................................... 10.00
1213.*GRECHANINOV: Suite for Cello & Orchestra. KHACHATURIAN: Cello Concerto.
Thomas; Symeonides/Bamberg Sym. Schwann VMS-2114. A- to A....................................... 12.00
1214.*GRIFFES: Collected Works for Piano (including piano-roll performance of The White Peacock
by the composer himself). Denver Oldham. New World NW-310/11(2). A- ............................. 16.00
1215.*GUTCHE: Genghis Khan. HUSA: Music for Prague 1968. PENDERECKI: De Natura Sonoris
#2. Mester/Louisville Sym. Louisville LS-722. A- .................................................................... 12.00
1216. HANDEL: Water Music (complete). Bamberger/Ch Music Soc Orch. [red vinyl] Chamber
Music Soc CM-11. A- to B+ ........................................................................................................ 5.00
1217.*HANNIKAINEN (Ilmari; 1892-1955): Piano Music: Variations Fantasques; Cinq Morceaux
pour Piano; five more short pieces. Izumi Tateno. [Ilmari was Tauno Hannikainen's
brother] Finlandia FA-341. A-(c/c)............................................................................................... 8.00
1218.*HANSON: Symphony #6. THOMSON: Louisiana Story Suite. Landau/Music for
Westchester Sym (Hanson); Westphalian Sym (Thomson). Turnabout TVS-34534. A- .......... 10.00
1219.*HARRIS: Folksong Symphony, 1940. Golschmann/American Festival Orch & Cho.
Vanguard SRV-347SD. FS(c/c) ................................................................................................. 10.00
1220.*HARRISON: (Lou): Double Concerto for Violin & Cello with Javanese Gamelan (Goldsmith;
King; Mills College Gamelan Ens). PAUL REALE: Concerto "Dies Irae" for Piano Trio
& Wind Ensemble (Mirecourt Trio; CSNU Wind Ens). TR Records TRC-109. A- ................. 11.00
1221.*HAUBENSTOCK-RAMATI: (Roman; b.1919): Vermutungen uber ein Dunkles Haus; Tableau
I (Bour/SWDR); "Credentials" or "think, think lucky" for Sprechstimme & Eight
Instruments (Berberian; Rosbaud/SWDR Ens). Wergo WER-60049. A- to A .......................... 9.00
1222.*HAYDN: Concerto for Violin, Organ & Strings. JOHANN MICHAEL HAYDN: Concerto for
Organ, Viola & Strings. Haselbock; Furhlinger; Kovacic; Ortner/Lower Austrian Ch
Orch. Pan 0120 220. A- ............................................................................................................ 11.00
1223.*HAYDN: Symphony #101 & #102. Davis/ACO. Philips 9500 679. FS ............................................. 9.00
1224.*HAYDN (MICHAEL): Mythologische Operette (suite). GREGOR WERNER (1695-1766):
Concerto for Organ & Ch Orch. Lehotka, organ; Erdelyi/Budapest Phil Ch Orch.
Hungaroton SLPX-1264. A-(c/c) ................................................................................................. 6.00
1225. HENKEMANS: (Hans; b.1913): Violin Concerto (Olof; Van Beinum/ACO). PIJPER (18941947): Six Adagios (Flipse/Hague Residentie Orch). SEM DRESDEN (1881-1957):
Dance Flashes. BADINGS (1907-1987): Symphony #3. HENDRIK ANDRIESSEN (18921981): Ricercare. LEON ORTHEL (b.1905): Symphony #2. Otterloo/Hague Residentie
Orch (last 4). Composers' Voice-8303(2). A- to A .................................................................... 20.00
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1226.*HERBERT: Selections from Mlle. Modeste, Naughty Marietta, Fortune Teller; six more short
pieces. Roller/Eastman-Dryden Orch. [dig] Arabesque 6529. FS .............................................. 9.00
1227.*HONEGGER: Rugby; Pacific 231; Pastorale d'Ete. DEBUSSY: Rhapsodies for Clarinet
(Drucker) and Saxophone (Rascher). Bernstein/NYP. Col MS-6659. A-................................... 9.00
1228.*IVES: Symphony #4. Stokowski/American Sym. Col MS-6775. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ............. 12.00
1229. JONGEN: (Joseph; 1872-1953): Preludes & Toccata for Piano (de Clercq). VICTOR
LEGLEY (b.1915): Sonata for Clarinet & Piano. RAYMOND CHEVREUILLE (b.1901):
Recitative & Gay Melody for Clarinet & Piano. Ancion, clar; Jooris-Lechat, pf. Alpha
DB-88. A- ................................................................................................................................. 19.00
1230. JONGEN: (Joseph; 1872-1953): Saxophone Quartet. MARCEL POOT: Concertino. [Belgian
Saxophone Quartet in both] Short Piano Works by RAYMOND BAERVOETS, PIERRE
FROIDEBISE, PHILIPPE BOESMANS & CAMILLE SCHMIT (Robert Leuridan,
piano). Alpha DB-90. A-............................................................................................................ 19.00
1231.*JUAN DEL ENZINA: (1429-1569): Complete Works. Villancicos (38), Romances (4),
Canciones(4), Vegadas(4), Dezir y Cantar(3). Tallante/Pro Musica Antiqua de Mardrid
y Solistas. [Very detailed 60-page booklet, but text entirely in Spanish] Ministerio de
Educacion y Ciencia M.E.C 1024/1027(4). A- ........................................................................... 19.00
1232. KABALEVSKY: Symphony #4. Composer/Leningrad Phil. British MK DO-3728. A- .................... 6.00
1233.*KLAMI:: Violin Concerto (Talvi); Sea Pictures. Bister/Kouvola City Orch. Finlandia FA334. A-(c/c) ................................................................................................................................. 6.00
1234.*KOECHLIN: Seven Stars Symphony; Ballad for Piano & Orchestra. Rigutto, piano;
Myrat/Monte-Carlo Phil. [dig] Angel DS-37940. A-(demo copy) ............................................ 12.00
1235.*KORNGOLD: Violin Concerto (Hoelscher); Much Ado About Nothing Suite; Theme &
Variations. Mattes/Stuttgart Radio Orch. Angel S-36999. A- ................................................. 12.00
1236.*KOZELUH: (Leopold; 1747-1818): Clarinet Concerto (Zahradnik). JAN ANTONIN
KOZELUH (1738-1814): Bassoon Concerto (Herman). Pesek/Prague Chamber Orch.
[the two composers were cousins] Supraphon 1110 3175. A- .................................................... 11.00
1237.*LAJTHA: (Laszlo): Sinfonietta for Strings (Tatrai/Hungarian Ch Orch); Quartet #10
(Tatrai Quartet). Hungaroton SLPX-12018. A- ......................................................................... 6.00
1238.*LARSSON: (Lars-Erik): Orchestral Variations. MAURICE KARKOFF: Symphony #4.
Westerberg (Larsson) & Ehrling (Karkoff) / Swedish Radio Orch. Swedish Society
Discofil SLT-33164. A- ............................................................................................................... 4.00
1239.*LIEBERSON: (Peter): Piano Concerto. Peter Serkin; Ozawa/BSO. [dig] New World NW325. A-(c/c) ................................................................................................................................. 7.00
1240.*LISZT: Festklange; Die Ideale. Haitink/LPO. Philips 6500 191. A- to A(c/c) ................................... 8.00
1241.*LOEFFLER: La Mort de Tintagiles (Hansen, viola d'amore); Five Irish Fanatasies
(Rosenshein, tenor). Nelson/Indianapolis Sym. New World NW-332. FS ............................... 12.00
1242. LYSENKO: (Mykola; 1842-1912): Elegie, Rhapsodie #2, Capriccio Elegiaque, Fantasia, 3
more. Toccata, Trois Esquisse, 2 more pieces. d'Albert, violin; Catherine Saurer Smith,
piano. IKAR OAM-0013. FS ..................................................................................................... 12.00
1243.*MADETOJA: (Leevi): Symphony #3; Comedy Overture. Panula/Helsinki Phil. Finnlevy SFX20. A- ........................................................................................................................................ 10.00
1244.*MAHLER: Symphony # 3. Herseth; Horne; Levine/CSO; Women of CSO Cho; Glen Ellyn
Children's Cho. RCA ARL2-1757(2). A- ................................................................................. 16.00
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1245.*MARAIS: La Sonnerie de Sainte Genevieve du Mont de Paris. Plus "other baroque treasures"
by Telemann(3), Pachelbel, Vivaldi(2), Bach(2) & Couperin. Redel/Munich Pro Arte
Orch. Peters PLE-044. FS ........................................................................................................... 7.00
1246.*MARTINU: Concerto for Cello & Winds; Concertino for Cello with Winds & Piano; Duo #2
for Violin & Cello. Navarra; Suk; Turnovsky/Prague Chamber Harmony. Supraphon
SUAST-50877. A- ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
1247. MARTINU: Piano Concerto #3 (Palenicek; Ancerl/CPO); Violin Concerto (Belcik;
Neumann/Prague Sym). [rousing performance of the piano concerto!!] Artia ALP-205. A- ..... 10.00
1248.*MARTINU: Spalicek (two suites from the ballet). Waldhans/Brno State Phil. Supraphon 1
10 1129. A- ................................................................................................................................. 6.00
1249.*MARTINU: Symphony #2 & #6. Neumann/CPO. ProArte PAL-1019. A- ....................................... 6.00
1250. MARTINU: Toccata e Due Canzoni; Sinfonieta La Jolla. Prague Ch Orch. Supraphon SUA10135. A- .................................................................................................................................... 6.00
1251.*MASSENET: Scenes Hongroises; Scenes Alsaciennes. Vachey/Jeune Orchestre
Symphonique de Douai de des Hauts-de France. [French-only notes] Calliope CAL1868. A- ...................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1252.*MENOTTI & COPLAND: Piano Concerti. Wild; Mester(Menotti); Copland(Copland)/Sym
of the Air. Van VSD-2094. A-(c/c) ............................................................................................. 9.00
1253.*MESSAGER: Suites from Les Deux Pigeons & Isoline. HAHN: Le Bal de Beatrice d'Este.
Jacquillat/Paris Orch. Angel S-36769. A-(c/c; timings written on back cover) ......................... 10.00
1254.*MESSIAEN: Eight Preludes (1928-9); Four Studies in Rhythm (1949-50). Yvonne Loriod,
piano. [supervised by composer] MHS 1069. A- .......................................................................... 5.00
1255.*MIGNONE: (Francisco; 1897-1986): Valsas Brasileiras (25; complete?). Josephina, piano.
[notes in Portuguese only] Apoio Cultural BNDES 992 544(2). A- ............................................ 13.00
1256.*MILHAUD: Suite Provencale; La Creation du Monde. POULENC: Concerto for Organ,
Strings & Timpani. Zamkochian; Firth; Munch/BSO. [from LSC-2567 & LDS-2625]
RCA AGL1-2445. A- ................................................................................................................ 12.00
1257. MOSONYI: (Mihaly): Piano Concerto. CHOPIN: Ecossaies; Fantasie-Impromptu; Impromptu;
Polonaise; Nocturne. Katalin Nemes; Lehel/Hungarian Radio-TV Orch. Hungaroton
LPX-1083. A-.............................................................................................................................. 5.00
1258.*MOSONYI: (Mihaly; 1815-70): Piano Concerto. FERDINAND HILLER: Konzertstuck for
Piano & Orchestra. Rose; Cao/Luxembourg Radio Orch. [quad] Candide QCE-31090.
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 4.00
1259. MOULAERT: (Raymond; 1875-1962): Andante, Fugue & Finale for Four Saxophones.
MAURICE SCHOEMAKER (b.1890): Suite Champetre for String Trio. GERARD
BERTOUILLE (b.1898): Prelude & Fugue for Four Saxophones. MARCEL QUINET
(b.1915): Wind Quintet. Misc Belgian Ensembles. Alpha DB-42. A-(bad tear though
English notes on back cover)...................................................................................................... 12.00
1260.*MOZART: Music for Piano Four-Hands (complete). Demus; Badura-Skoda. MHS
1293/96(4). A- ........................................................................................................................... 16.00
1261. MOZART: Serenades #11 & #12 for Winds. VPO Wind Group. West WL-5021. B- ....................... 9.00
1262.*NEDBAL: (Oscar; 1874-1930): From Tale to Tale (scenes from the ballet); The Simple Johnny
(ballet suite). Trhlik/Ostrava Phil. Supraphon 1 10 0835. A-.................................................... 10.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1263.*NIELSEN: Suite, Op.45; Chaconne; Three Pieces, Op.59. Koppel, pf. Danish Odeon MOAK30005. A- .................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1264.*NOVAK: About the Eternal Longing; In the Tatras. Sejna/CPO. Supraphon SUAST-50747.
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1265.*NOVAK: Slovak Suite; Marysa Overture. Sejna/Brno Philharmonic. Supraphon 1 10 0648.
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1266.*PARRY: Violin Sonata in D; Fantasie Sonata in B; Twelve Short Pieces. Gruenberg, violin;
Vignoles, piano. [DMM] Hyperion A-66157. A- to A................................................................ 10.00
1267.*PISTON: Ricercare. CLAUDE BAKER: Glass Bead Game. JOHN B. FOLEY: A Movement
for Orchestra. Louisville Orchestra conducted by Smith (in Piston); and Bernhardt (in
rest). Louisville LS-789. A- ....................................................................................................... 11.00
1268.*POOT: (Marcel): Piano Concerto (Anschutz; Sternefeld/Belgian National Orch).
LODEWIJK MORTELMANS (1886-1952): Mythe du Printemps (Gras/Antwerp
Philharmonic). Brussels Ministry of Culture Cultura 5069-1. A- ............................................... 36.00
1269.*POULENC: Concerti for Piano (Duchable) & Two Pianos (Duchable; Collard).
Conlon/Rotterdam Phil. [dig] Erato NUM-75203. A-/A-- ......................................................... 4.00
1270.*PROKOFIEV: Symphony #3; Suite from Le Pas d'Acier. Abravanel/Utah Symphony. [first
stereo recording of the 3rd?] Vanguard VSD-71122. A-(s/s) ........................................................ 9.00
1271.*PROKOFIEV: Symphony #4. Ormandy/Phila. [first stereo recording(?)] Col MS-6154. A(very early "6-eyes" labels) ......................................................................................................... 18.00
1272. PROKOFIEV: The Ugly Duckling (Ogeas, soprano); Summer Day Suite; Overture on Hebrew
Themes. Jouve/Orch du Theatre des Champs Elysees. London Ducretet - Thomson
DTL-93084. A--(s/s).................................................................................................................... 9.00
1273.*RESPIGHI: Belkis, Queen of Sheba - Ballet Suite; Metamorphoseon. Simon/PO. [dig;
spectacular stuff!] [DMM] Chandos ABRD-1142. A- to A ........................................................ 12.00
1274.*RESPIGHI: Concerto Gregoriano for Violin & Orchestra (Nishizaki); Poema Autunnale.
Hoey/Singapore Sym. [dig] Marco Polo 6.220152. A- to A........................................................ 7.00
1275.*RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Pan Voyevoda Suite; Night on Mount Triglav. Rezucha/Slovak
Philharmonic. [dig] Marco Polo 6.220438. A-............................................................................ 9.00
1276.*RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Sadko; Overture on Russian Themes; Sinfonietta on Russian Themes.
Maksim Shostakovich/Moscow Radio Orch. Mel-Eurodisc 200441-366. A- to A(s/s) .............. 9.00
1277. RODGERS: Victory at Sea Scenario; Waltzes; Slaughter on 10th Avenue; Carousel Waltz;
March of Siamese Children. Composer/NYP. CBS 61895. A-(British pressing)......................... 12.00
1278.*ROSENBERG: Symphony #2 (Blomstedt/Stockholm Philarmonic). DAG WIREN:
Symphony #4 (Ehrling/Swedish Radio Orch). Turn TVS-34436. A- ......................................... 6.00
1279.*RUBBRA: Symphony #7. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Tallis Fantasia. Boult/LPO. [from Lyrita
SRCS-119] MHS 1397. A- .......................................................................................................... 8.00
1280.*RUBINSTEIN: Piano Concerto #4. SCHARWENKA: Finale of Concerto #2. Lewenthal;
Carvalho/LSO. Col MS-7394. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; demo copy)........................................... 9.00
1281.*RUBINSTEIN: Piano Concerto #5. Ruiz; Deaky/Nurenberg Sym. Genesis GS-1012. A-................ 7.00
1282.*RUBINSTEIN: Symphony #2 ("Ocean"). Kapp/Westphalian Sym. Candide CE-31057. A- ............ 9.00
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1283.*RUSSO: 3 Pieces for Blues Band and Orch. BERNSTEIN: West Side Story Dances. SiegelSchwall Band; Ozawa/San Francisco Sym. DGG 2530 309. FS ............................................... 8.00
1284.*SAEVERUD: (Ketil): Mi-Fi-Li, Symphonic Poem (Dreier/RPO); Kvartoni for Recorder,
Soprano, Guitar & Piano; Double Concerto for Flute, Guitar & Strings (Stockholm Ch
Ens). Bis LP-129. A- to A ......................................................................................................... 11.00
1285.*SAINT-SAENS: Le Jeunesse d'Hercule; Phaeton; Le Rouet d'Omphale; Danse Macabre.
Dervaux/Paris Orch. Angel S-37009. ....................................................................................... 12.00
1286.*SATIE: Parade; Aventures de Mercure; 2 Preludes; Fils des Etoiles; En Habit de Cheval; Jackin-the-Box; Gymnopedies #1 & 3; 3 Morceaux; Belle Excentrique; 5 Grimaces; Relache,
Parts 1 & 2. Abravanel/Utah Sym. [D; BC] Vanguard VCS-10037/38(2). FS(c/c) ................... 16.00
1287.*SCHNEBEL: (Dieter; b.1930): Schubert-Phantasie fur Orchester (Pesko/SWDR); Diapason
(Bour/SWDR); In Motu Proprio (Riehn/Musica Negativa). [DMM] Wergo WER-60108.
A- to A ...................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1288.*SCHUMAN: Symphony #7. ROREM: Symphony #3. Abravanel/Utah Sym. Turnabout TVS34447. A- .................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1289.*SCHUMANN: The Four Symphonies; Manfred Overture. Bernstein/NYP. [In Schumann's
original orchestration] Col D3S-725(3). A-("2-eyes" labels; demo copy) .................................... 18.00
1290.*SCRIABIN: Symphony #2. Svetlanov/USSR Sym. Mel-Angel SR-40118. FS .................................. 4.00
1291. SCRIABIN: Symphony #3 ("Divine Poem"). Ivanov/USSR Radio Orch. MK 1543. A- .................... 8.00
1292.*SERLY: Viola Concerto; Concerto for Violin, Wind Symphony & Percussion; Dulcissima Mia
Vita (after Gesualdo). Vardi; Serly/Vienna Sym. MHS 3306. A- ............................................... 8.00
1293.*SHCHEDRIN: Anna Karenina (complete ballet). Simonov/Bolshoi. Mel-Angel SRB-4126(2).
A- .............................................................................................................................................. 10.00
1294.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 2 & #3. Gould/RPO & Cho. RCA LSC-3044. A-......................... 9.00
1295.*SHOSTAKOVICH: The Gadfly (film). E. Khachaturian/USSR Cinema Orch. EMI CFP-41
4463 1. A- ................................................................................................................................. 15.00
1296.*SIBELIUS: 3 Sonatines; Kyllikki. Glenn Gould, piano. Col M-34555. A- ........................................ 8.00
1297. SIBELIUS: Piano Works, Vol 2: 21 short works. Szalkiewicz. [rec 1956-67] Finlandia FA804. A-(c/c) ............................................................................................................................... 10.00
1298. STANFORD: (Sir Charles; 1852-1924): Songs of the Fleet (Williams; Stanford/LSO); Irish
Rhapsody; Shamus O'Brien Overture; 2 Dances; Masque from The Critic (Stanford/Orch).
[His complete recordings; 1916 & 1923] Pearl GEM-123. A- ...................................................... 6.00
1299.*STAVENHAGEN: (Bernhard; 1862-1914): Piano Concerto in b (1st recording). SINDING:
Piano Concerto in D-flat. Keller; Faerber/Berlin Sym. [quad] Candide QCE-31110. FS ............ 6.00
1300.*STERNEFELD: (Daniel): Symphony. Composer/Belgian National Orch. Brussels Ministry of
Culture Cultura 5067-5. A- ........................................................................................................ 20.00
1301.*STRAUSS: (Johann, Jr.): Transcriptions of Waltzes by Schonberg (Emperor & Roses from the
South), Berg (Wine, Women & Song) and Webern (Treasure). BSO Chamber Players.
DGG 2530 977. A- to A .............................................................................................................. 6.00
1302.*STRAUSS: Enoch Arden. Claude Rains recites Tennyson poem; Glenn Gould plays
accompanying piano music. [Japanese issue of MS-6341; w/English notes: obscure item!]
CBS/Sony 25AC-1667. A- to A ................................................................................................. 32.00
1303. STRAUSS: Symphonia Domestica. Composer/VPO. [Live; 1944] Turn TV-4363. A-....................... 5.00
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1304. STRAUSS: Symphony in f, Op.12. Haefner/Vienna Philharmonia Orchestra. SPA 17. A- ............. 9.00
1305.*STRAVINSKY: Petrushka. Dorati/Detroit. [dig] London LDR-71023. A- to A(Dutch
pressing) ...................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1306.*STRAVINSKY: Symphony of Psalms (Festival Singers of Toronto); Symphony in C.
Composer/CBC Sym. Col MS-6548. A- ................................................................................... 10.00
1307.*SZYMANOWSKI: Mythes (Three Poems for Violin & Piano). EUGENE YSAYE: Au Rouet;
Fantaisie, Stroubek, violin; Hala, piano. Supraphon SUAST-50580. A- ...................................... 7.00
1308.*SZYMANOWSKI: Piano Sonata #1 & #2. Schmalfuss. [German notes] Thorofon MTH-175.
A- to A ........................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1309.*SZYMANOWSKI: Symphony #2 & #3. Karczykowski; Jewell Chorale (in #3);
Dorati/Detroit Sym. [dig; Dutch pressing] London LDR-71026. FS ......................................... 10.00
1310.*SZYMANOWSKI: Symphony #2; Etude in b-flat; Roxana's Song from King Roger.
Czyz/Lodz Philharmonic. Muza SXL-0981. A-(s/s) ................................................................... 8.00
1311.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Swan Lake, Nutcracker & Sleeping Beauty Suites. Kurtz/PO (violin solos
by Yehudi Menuhin). Seraphim SIC-6011(3). A- ..................................................................... 16.00
1312.*TCHEREPNIN: (Alexander): Russian Dances, Op.50. LIADOV: Polonaise. GLAZUNOV:
Chopiniana; Dance Scene. Deaky/Nurnberger Symphoniker. [German-only notes]
Colosseum SM-578. A- ............................................................................................................. 11.00
1313.*TCHEREPNIN: (Nikolai): Prelude to La Princesse Lointaine. GLAZOUNOV: Der Wald
Fantasie; From the Middle Ages Suite. Deaky/Nurnberger Symphoniker. [German-only
notes] Colosseum SM-580. A- ..................................................................................................... 4.00
1314.*TELEMANN: Double & Triple Concerti (5; misc instruments). Hogwood/Academy of
Ancient Music. [dig; Dutch pressing] Oiseau-Lyre DSDL-701. A- to A ...................................... 5.00
1315.*THALBERG: (Sigismund; 1812-1871): 24 Pensees Musicales; Don Giovanni Fantaisie.
Christoph Keller, piano. Accord 140 079. A-(minor back cover damage) ................................. 10.00
1316. THOMSON: (Virgil): Five Portraits (Composer conducts); Louisiana Story (Ormandy). Phila
in both; 10-inch. Col ML-2087. B+ ............................................................................................ 16.00
1317.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Concerto for Two Pianos (Vronsky; Babin); Fantasia on the Old
104th Psalm Tune (Katin, pf; LPO Cho); Wasps Incidental Music. Boult/LPO. [drm;
DMM] EMI ED-29 0653 1. A- to A .......................................................................................... 12.00
1318.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Fantasia on the Old 104th Hymn Tune(Katin; LPO Cho); Wasps
Suite; English Folk Song Suite. Boult/LPO; LSO. Angel S-37276. A-(slight cover scuffs) .......... 5.00
1319. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Job - A Masque for Dancing (recorded 1946); Fantasia on a Theme
of Thomas Tallis (recorded 1940). Boult/BBC Symphony. [dmm] EMI ED-29 0800 1. Ato A ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1320.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Suite for Viola & Orchestra. ROBERT STARER: Concerto for
Viola, Strings & Percussion. Berger, viola; Snashall/ECO. Pye GSGC-14049. A- ...................... 6.00
1321. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Wasps Overture; Old King Cole Music (Composer/Aeolian Orch;
rec 1925); On Wenlock Edge; Songs of Travel (Elwes; Kiddle, pf; London Quartet in
Edge). Pearl GEM-127. A- .......................................................................................................... 6.00
1322.*VERDI: Quartet (arr. string orch). ROSSINI: String Sonata #1. Zukerman/ECO. Col M33415. A-(c/c) ............................................................................................................................. 9.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1323. VILLA-LOBOS: Bachianas Brasileiras #1, #2, #5 (de los Angeles) & #9. Composer/ORTF.
[includes English notes] Pathe Marconi 2C051-73136. ................................................................. 9.00
1324.*VILLA-LOBOS: Bachianas Brasileiras #4. PRISCILLA McLEAN : Variations and Mosaics on
a Theme of Stravinsky. Mester/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-762. FS ...................................... 7.00
1325. VILLA-LOBOS: Erosion; Origin of the Amazon River. DELLO JOIO: Triumph of St. Joan
Symphony. Whitney/Louisville Orch. Col AML-4615. A- ....................................................... 10.00
1326.*VILLA-LOBOS: Forest of the Amazon. Sayao; Composer/Symphony of the Air & Cho.
[Taken from music for the motion picture Green Mansions] United Art UAS-5506. A- .............. 16.00
1327.*VIVALDI: Four Concerti for Festive Occasions (P.14, 165, 290 & 385). Tosi, violin;
Scimone/I Solisti Veneti. Col MS-6821. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; c/c) ........................................ 7.00
1328.*VIVALDI: Four Concerti for Violin, Cello & both. Gutman, cello; Kagan, violin;
Markis/Moscow Phil members. Eurodisc S-88 766. A- to A ..................................................... 5.00
1329.*WIKLUND: (Adolf; 1879-1950): Piano Concerto #2 (Erikson); Three Pieces for String
Orchestra and Harp; Song to Spring. Westerberg/Swedish Radio Orch. Caprice CAP1165. A- to A .............................................................................................................................. 9.00
1330.*WORDEN: (Wilfred; b.1915): Piano Sonata; Violin & Piano Sonata; Scherzo from Violin
Concerto; two violin pieces; one piano piece. Composer, piano; Gillard, violin. Panosona
SCU-100. A- ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
1331.*YSAYE: (Eugene): Extase: Poem #5 for Violin & Orchestra. JEAN ABSIL: Romanian
Rhapsody for Violin & Orchestra. VICTOR LEGLEY: Violin Concerto #2. Gertler;
Huybrechts/Belgian Ntnl Orch. Brussels Ministry of Culture 5069. A- .................................... 20.00
LP's: Chamber Music
1332.*BARBER: Summer Music. NIELSEN: Quintet for Winds. Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet.
Col MS-6114. A-("2-eyes" demo copy; minor cover scuffs) ....................................................... 12.00
1333.*BEETHOVEN: Trio #6 ("Archduke"). Stern; Rose; Istomin. Col MS-6819. A-(early "2-eyes"
labels) ........................................................................................................................................ 11.00
1334.*BERG: String Quartet; Lyric Suite. Galimir Quartet. [dig] Vanguard VA-25017. A- to A(c/c) ........ 6.00
1335.*BLISS: Clarinet Quintet. COLERIDGE-TAYLOR: Clarinet Quintet. Kireilis; Lamant
Quartet. Spectrum SR-127. A- ................................................................................................. 10.00
1336.*BLOCH: 3 Nocturnes. IVES: Trio. COPLAND: Vitebsk. Nieuw Amsterdam Trio.
Decca DL-710126. A-....................................................................................................................... 11.00
1337.*BRAHMS: Piano Quintet in f. Serkin; Budapest Quartet. [in fold-open album with nice
group of session photos] Col MS-6631. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; demo copy) ............................ 12.00
1338. BRAHMS: Sextet in B-Flat Major, Op.18. Stangler; Weiss; Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet.
Westminster WL-5063. A--(warp side 1 requires 2.5 grams to track) ......................................... 20.00
1339. CHAUSSON: Concerto for Piano, Violin & String Quartet (Isnard; Voulfman; Blanpain;
Eisenberg). FAURE: Berceuse for Violin & Piano. Cortot & Thibaud (in both). [rec
1931] Pathe 2C051-03719. FS ................................................................................................... 12.00
1340. DVORAK: Concertino for Two Violins, Viola, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon & Piano (Barylli Ens);
Dumka & Sonata for Violin & Piano (Barylli; Holetschek). Westminster WL-5333. A(brief lgt tks sd 2) ...................................................................................................................... 30.00
LP's: Chamber Music - continued
1341.*DVORAK: Quartet # 8; 2 Waltzes. Dvorak Quartet. Crossroads 22 16 0090. A- ............................. 6.00
1342. DVORAK: Quartet #11. Novak Quartet. Supraphon SUA-10197. A- ............................................... 5.00
1343.*DVORAK: String Quintet #3, Op.97; Bagavelles for String Trio & Harmonium. Vienna
Philharmonia Quintet London STS-15438. A-(US pressing) ..................................................... 5.00
1344. DVORAK: String Quintet, Op.18. Posta, bass; Dvorak Quartet. Supraphon SUA-10186. A--.......... 7.00
1345.*DVORAK: String Quintet, Op.77; 2 Waltzes. BPO Octet Members. Philips 802 851. A- to
A(c/c) .......................................................................................................................................... 5.00
1346. EARLY ITALIAN MUSIC ALBUM #2: 16th & 17th Centuries. Works Giovanni Gabrieli,
Biagio Marini, Massimiliano Neri, Giovanni Battista Vitali, Allessandro Scarlatti & Antonio
Vivaldi. Quartetto Italiano. [photo of quartet members on cover shows a very young
group!] Angel 45002. A-(British pressing) ................................................................................. 13.00
1347.*FARWELL: Piano Quintet in e. Erickson; Rosenberger; Kissling; Warkentin; James. MHS
3827. A- ...................................................................................................................................... 7.00
1348.*FAURE: Sonatas #1 & 2 for Cello & Piano; Elegie. Tortelier; Hubeau. MHS 833. A-..................... 6.00
1349. FRANCK: Piano Quartet. Sokoloff; Curtis Quartet. West XWN-18577. A- to B+ ........................... 5.00
1350. FRANCK: Quartet. Parrenin Quartet. West XWN-18136. B(mostly A-; a few scrs) ........................ 6.00
1351.*GOEHR: (Alexander): Quartet #3 (Allegri Quar); Piano Trio (Orion Trio). Argo ZRG-748.
A-(c/c) ....................................................................................................................................... 14.00
1352.*HAYDN: Quartet #67 & #82. Hungarian Quartet. A- .................................................................... 8.00
1353.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op.76, #1 & 4. Amadeus Quartet. DGG 2530 089. A- to A ............................. 5.00
1354.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op.76, #3 & #4. Quartetto Italiano. Philips 9500 157. A- to A ......................... 5.00
1355. HAYDN: The Seven Last Words of Christ. Amadeus Quartet. West XWN-18055. A--.................... 6.00
1356.*HINDEMITH: Chamber Music, Vol 2: One sonata each for Horn, Trombone, Tuba &
Trumpet. Penzel, Schreckenberger, Augustin, Loesch; Laugs, piano. MHS OR-H-290.
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 6.00
1357.*HINDEMITH: Chamber Music, Vol 4: One sonata each for Clarinet, Oboe & Bassoon.
Klocker, Kuhn, Prappacher; Genuit & Laugs, piano. MHS OR-H-292. A- ............................. 6.00
1358.*HINDEMITH: Chamber Music, Vol 7: String Quartet #6 (Karolyi Quartet); Sonata for
Double Bass & Piano (Nestle; Klemann); Sonata for Cello & Piano (Taube;
Dennemarck). MHS OR-H-295. A- ............................................................................................ 6.00
1359.*HINDEMITH: Chamber Music, Vol 9: String Trio #1 R.& J.Kussmaul; Wolf); Quartet #2
(Schaeffer Quartet). MHS OR-H-297. A- .................................................................................. 6.00
1360.*HINDEMITH: Concert Music for Piano, Brass & Harp. MILHAUD: Symphony #5 for 10
Winds. STRAVINSKY: Octet for Winds. Pesek/Prague Chamber Harmony. Supraphon
SUAST-50475. A- ....................................................................................................................... 6.00
1361. HINDEMITH: String Trios #1 & #2. Pougnet; Riddle; Pini. West W-9067. A-(c/c) ........................ 6.00
1362.*HOFFMANN: (E.T.A.): Harp Quintet in c; Piano Trio in E. Nordmann; Joste; Jarry; Collot;
Tournus; Ghestem. [German-only notes] Schwann VMS-1001. A- to A .................................... 5.00
1363.*IVES: Trio for Violin, Cello & Piano; Set for Quartet, Bass & Piano; In Re Con Moto Et Al;
Largo; Largo Risoluti #1 & 2; Hallowe'en. Zukofsky; Kalish; NY Quartet. Col M-30230.
A-(c/c) ......................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1364.*JANACEK: Youth Suite for Wind Sextet (Foerster Wind Quintet; Horak, bass clarinet);
Sonata for Violin & Piano (Messiereur; Kozderkova); A Tale for Cello & Piano (Apolin;
Kvapil). Panton 11 0214. A- ....................................................................................................... 7.00
LP's: Chamber Music - continued
1365.*KOECHLIN: Sonata for Violin & Piano; Sonata for Cello & Piano. Alberti, vln; Bary, vc;
Roux, pf. Cybelia CY-663. A- ..................................................................................................... 9.00
1366.*KREUTZER: (Konradin): Grand Septet in E-flat. BERWALD: "Stor" Septet in B-flat. Vienna
Octet Members. London CS-6672. FS........................................................................................ 6.00
1367.*MARTINU: Piano Trio #3; Bergerettes (Piano Trio). Foerster Trio. Supraphon SUAST50698. A- .................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1368.*MARTINU: Quartet #5 (Janacek Quartet); Quartet #7 (Vlach Quartet). Supraphon SUAST50424. A- .................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1369.*MENDELSSOHN: Piano Trios Op.49 & Op.66. [Beaux Arts] Philips 6580 211. A- to A................. 8.00
1370.*MOZART: Piano Quartets K.478 & K.493. Rubinstein; Guarneri Quar. RCA (France) RL12676. A- to A ............................................................................................................................ 9.00
1371. MOZART: Quintet, K.515. Barylli Quartet; Huebner, 2nd violin. Westminster WL-5271. A-(very conservative grading; almost deserves A-) ......................................................................... 45.00
1372. MOZART: Quintets K.406 & K.593. Barylli Quartet; Huebner, 2nd viola. Westminster
XWN-18561. A- ........................................................................................................................ 35.00
1373.*NIELSEN: String Quartet #1 (in g, Op.13). GADE: Quartet in D, Op.63. Copenhagen
Quartet. Turn TVS-34187. FS .................................................................................................... 6.00
1374. RAVEL: Trio in a. MENDELSSOHN - Trio in d. Rubinstein; Heifetz; Piatagorsky. EMI
ALP-1009. A-(lovely copy - original glassine inner sleeve) ......................................................... 16.00
1375.*REGER: String Sextet. Wuhrer Sextet. MHS 1402. A-.................................................................... 5.00
1376.*ROUSSEL: Piano Trio, Op.2. SAINT-SAENS: Piano Trio #1. Budapest Trio. Gemini GME101. A- ........................................................................................................................................ 6.00
1377.*SCHUBERT: Piano Quintet in A ("Trout"). H.Menuhin, piano; Amadeus Quartet
Members. Angel S-35777. A-(earliest U.S. red labels) ................................................................ 9.00
1378.*SCHUBERT: Piano Quintet in A, ("Trout"). Badura-Skoda; Barylli Quartet; Ruhm, double
bass. Westminster WST-14074. A- ............................................................................................ 45.00
1379. SCHUBERT: Piano Trio #1. Rubinstein; Heifetz; Feuermann. [SD labels] RCA LVT-1000.
A- .............................................................................................................................................. 15.00
1380. SCHUBERT: Rondo for Violin & String Quartet (Kamper; Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet);
Trio in B-flat; Trio Movement in B-flat (Kamper; Weiss; Kvarda). West XWN-18480. A- ....... 8.00
1381.*SCHUBERT: String Quintet in C, Op.163. B.Heifetz, cello; Budapest Quartet. Col MS6536. A- ...................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1382. SCHUMANN: Quartets, Op.41, #2 & 3. New Music Quartet (Erle; Raimondi; Trampler;
Soyer). Col ML-4982. B(most A-- but tks off/on 1" #3 & occ elsewhere) .................................... 6.00
1383.*STEPTOE: (Roger; b.1953): Quartet #1 (Coull Quartet); Two Shelley Songs (WilsonJohnson, bar; Composer, piano); The Looking Glass - Songs Cycle for Soprano, Oboe &
Piano, to words by Ursula Vaughan Williams (Hunt Trio: Garrett; Hunt; Anderson).
Phoenix DGS-1001. A- .............................................................................................................. 11.00
1384.*STRAUSS: Sonatina #; Suite for Winds. De Waart/Netherlands Wind Ens. Philips 6500 297.
A- to A ........................................................................................................................................ 6.00
1385.*SUK: Piano Works: Suite, Op.21; Fantaisie-Polonaise; Summer Impressions; About Friendship.
Pavel Stepan. Supraphon 1111 3353. A-..................................................................................... 8.00
1386.*SZYMANOWSKI: Quartets #1 & #2. Varsovia Quartet. Pavane ADW-7118. A- to A.................... 7.00
LP's: Chamber Music - continued
1387.*THORNE: (Francis; b.1922): Six Set Pieces for Thirteen Players. ALLAN SCHINDLER
(b.1944): String Sextet in Six Sections. Shapey/Univ of Chicago Contemp Ch Players.
Owl Records ORLP-20. B ......................................................................................................... 10.00
1388.*VIVALDI: Il Pastor Fido: Six Sonatas, Op.13. Instrumental Ens including Linde; Melkus;
Dreyfus; Zosso (on hurdy-gurdy). Archiv 2533 117. A- to A ...................................................... 5.00
LP's: Collections
1389. BERLIN PHILHARMONIC: 100 Years: 1882-1982. Nikisch: Beethoven 5th (rec 1913).
Walter: Rosenkavalier Waltzes (1929). Blech: Schubert/Webern - 6 German Dances
(1932). Bohm: Merry Wives of Windsor Overture; Meistersinger Act 3 Prelude (1936).
Abendroth: Flying Dutchman Overture (1938: wonderful acoustic!). Furtwangler:
Tchaikovsky 6th (1938). Lehmann: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (1941). Knappertsbusch:
Les Preludes (1942). Celibidache: Prokofiev Classical Sym (1948). Karajan (stereo):
Mozart 29th (1960); Schumann 4th (1957); Bruckner 4th (1970). Electrola 1C137-54
095/99(5). A- to A .....................................................................................................................
1390.*BLACK COMPOSER SERIES: Volume 2: WILLIAM GRANT STILL - Afro-American
Symphony; 2 Arias from "Highway 1, U.S.A." SAMUEL COLERIDGE-TAYLOR - Danse
Negre; Hiawatha Exc. Brown, tenor; Freeman/LSO. Col M-32782. A-(c/c) .............................
1391.*CHICAGO SYMPHONY: Radio Marathon #15 (1990): "GUESTS IN THE HOUSE."
Concert performances (1966-84) by MUNCH (Roussel Bacchus et Ariane, Suite #2);
STOKOWSKI (Beethoven 8th); ANSERMET (3-Cornered Hat Suite); ORMANDY
(Academic Festival); SZELL (Prometheus Overture); GIULINI (Eine Kleine Nachtmusik);
SCHIPPERS (School for Scandal Overture); LEINSDORF (La Mer); ABBADO (Webern 6
Pieces); SLATKIN (Finzi Nocturne). [THIS IS A SET OF TWO CASSETTES, NOT
LP'S] Chicago Sym CSO-90/2 CASS(2). FS .............................................................................
1392.*CHICAGO SYMPHONY CHORUS: Radio Marathon #9 (1984) - "MAKE A JOYFUL
NOISE." Excerpts from CSO recordings featuring CSO Chorus: Alexander Nevsky
(Reiner); Missa Solemnis (Solti); German Requiem (Levine); Bruckner Psalm 150
(Barenboim); Mahler 2nd (Abbado). RCA DPL1-0687. A- ........................................................
1393.*CONCERT OF THE CENTURY: Carnegie Hall Endowment Fund Concert, May 18, 1976:
85th Anniversary. Beethoven - Leonore Overture #3 (Bernstein/NYP). Bach - 2-Violin
Concerto in d (Menuhin; Stern; Bernstein/NYP). Schumann - Dichterliebe (FischerDieskau; Horowitz). Tchaikovsky - Pater Noster (Oratorio Society). Rachmaninoff Cello Sonata (mvt #3; Rostropovich; Horowitz). Tchaikovsky - Piano Trio (mvt. #1;
Horowitz; Stern; Rostropovich). Hallelujah Cho (Everyone). Col M2X-34256(2). A- ............
1394.*FANFARES: Belgian composers: Leon & Joseph Jongen, Raymond Mouleart, Richard de
Guide, Gaston Brenta, Rene Defossez. Ghyoros/Brass of Liege Orch Symphonique.
Alpha 3071-F-3. A- ...................................................................................................................
1395.*HOMAGE TO PAVLOVA: Music of Luigini (Ballet Egyptien); Drigo (Le Reveil de Flore);
Saint-Saens; Massenet; Rubinstein; Tchaikovsky; Czibulka; Kreisler; Assafieff; Lincke;
Delibes; Catalani; Krupinski. Bonynge/LSO. London CSA-2232(2). A-(c/c) .............................
59.00
10.00
16.00
11.00
18.00
13.00
16.00
LP's: Collections - continued
1396. ITALIAN MASTERS OF THE 18TH: CENTURY. Vitali Chaconne. Vivaldi Sonata,
Geminiani Sonata. (Odnoposoff, vln; Wehrle, organ; Rostal, vc; Oren, hpsch) Torelli Christmas Concerto. Durante - Concerto Grosso #5. Marcello - Concerto Grosso in F. (van
den Berg/Netherland Ch Orch) Concert Hall CM-2080. A- .................................................... 11.00
1397.*MOZART ON MICHIGAN AVENUE: Cassation; Horn Rondo (Clevenger); Violin Adagio
(Magad); Musical Clock Fantasia. Kober/Chicago Ch Or. Private U-69530. FS(limited
edition, copy #961) .................................................................................................................... 16.00
1398. NIEMAN MARCUS - FIRST EDITION: 2nd Series (1977). Four-record set of historic
American orchestral recordings, some released here for the first time: Monteux/SFSO: Ein
Heldenleben (recorded 1947; 1st issue here, though later on CD). Ormandy/Mpls: Mahler
- Symphony #2 (1935; 1st LP release). Ormandy/Phila: Vivaldi Concerto in a; Bach
Prelude & Fugue in b (dates not given; 1st issue). Koussevitzky/BSO: Strauss - Also
Sprach Zarathustra (1935). Sevitzky/Phila Ch String Sinf: Corelli - Suite. RCA DMM40260(4). A-................................................................................................................................ 85.00
1399. NIEMAN MARCUS - FIRST EDITION: 4th Series (1979). Rare four-record set devoted to
historic recordings of the New York Philharmonic, some released here for the first time,
others just the first time on LP. By conductor, with recording year in parentheses:
Mengelberg: Schelling Victory Ball, Marche Slave, Tales from Vienna Woods (1925);
Alcina Suite, Coronation March, War March of the Priests & Bach Air (1929); Beethoven
1st & Magic Flute & Egmont Overtures (1930). Toscanini: Midsummer Night's Dream
Nocturne (1925) & Scherzo (1929); Italiana in Algeri Overture (1936); Dance of Blessed
Spirits (1929); Beethoven 5th (1933; first issue here). Beecham: Don Quixote (Wallenstein,
cello; 1932). Barbirolli: Schumann Violin Concerto (Menuhin); Debussy - Iberia (1938).
[In nice velvet slipcase] RCA DMM4-0404(4). A- .................................................................... 100.00
1400. ORMANDY/PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA: Limited Edition disc issued with their first RCA
LP releases in 1969 of recordings made in their earlier RCA era, 1936-40: PAGANINIKREISLER: Violin Concerto (Kreisler). BRAHMS; Alto Rhapsody (Anderson).
WAGNER: Lohengrin's Farewell (Melchior). STRAUSS: Don Quixote (final variation;
Feuermann). BEETHOVEN: Abscheulicher (from Fidelio; Flagstad). Plus Ormandy
interview with Roger Hall; brief excerpts from 1936 & 1968 Pathetiques. RCA SP-33-555.
A- .............................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1401. OVERTURES & PRELUDES: Stunning three-disc anthology of historical recordings, 1927-42
(one from 1950). Carnival (Coates/LSO). Anacreon (Mengelberg/ACO). Toch: Pinocchio
(Stock/CSO). Lothar: Schneider Wibbel (Schuricht/Berlin State Orch). Kreutzer:
Nachtlager in Granada (Van Kempen/Dresden Phil). Reger: Ein Lustspiel
(Lehmann/Berlin State Orch). Goldmark: Sakuntala; Cricket on the Hearth
(Krauss/VPO). Horneman: Alladin (Tuxen/Danish Radio). Fra Diavolo (Lambert/LPO).
Cosi fan Tutti (Busch/Glyndbourne Festival). Schubert: Twin Brothers
(Melichar/Berlin-Charlottenburg Opera Orch). Dukas: Ariane & Bluebeard
(Coppola/Continental Sym). Reyer: Sigurd (Coppola/PCO). Trojans at Carthage
(Monteux/Paris Sym). Maskarade (Malko/Danish Radio). Nozze (Walter/British Sym).
Lohengrin III (Coates/Orch). Donna Diana (Blech/BSOO). Don Giovanni (Wood/LSO).
Poet & Peasant (Mengelberg/ACO). [one of Past Masters' last issues; scarcer than most]
Past Masters PM-36(3). A………… 95.00
LP's: Collections - continued
1402. SHEEP MAY SAFELY GRAZE: Baroque Arias with Recorders plus "Divers Consorte
Musicke." Works of Bach(2), Corelli, Pepusch, Gervaise, Byrd, Gerhardt, Tomkins &
Davenport. Schonbrun, soprano; Davenport/Manhattan Recorder Consort. Classic Edit
CE-1049. A- ................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1403.*SMITHSONIAN BACH COLLECTION: Complete: Three boxed sets collected in sturdy
slipcase -- N-3008(3): The Six Partitas for Solo Harpsichord. Weaver (includes facsimile of
orginal scores). N-3012(3): Six Sonatas for Violin & Harpsichord; Two Sonatas for Violin
& Basso Continuo. Monosoff, violin; Weaver, harpsichord; Davidoff, viola da gamba. N3016(3): The Six Brandenburg Concerti. Fuller/Aston Magna Ensemble. [All played on
period instruments, all (or at least most) from Smithsonian Museum collection] Smithsonian
P9-14825(9). FS(plastic fraying, but boxes never opened) .......................................................... 32.00
1404.*SYMPHONY OF THE AIR: "Pop Concert in Carnegie Hall." D'Artega conducts 2
Tchaikovsky waltzes, his own Niagara; Night & Day; Stardust; Song of Venice. Scime,
piano (in Niagara & Stardust). [rec Nov 1957; an odd disc the NBC Sym made as they tried
to stay alive post-Toscanini] Design SDLP-58. A- ..................................................................... 16.00
1405.*VENETIAN CONCERTI: By Locatelli (Op.7, #12), Vivaldi (E-flat) & Albinoni (Sonata a
Cinq, Op.2, #6). Collegium Aureum (original instruments). BASF HB-29364. FS(c/c) ............... 4.00
LP's: Clarinet
1406.*FRIEDLI: Concerti by Pleyel (in C), Molter (in D) & Mercadante (in B-flat).
Angerer/Southwest German Ch Orch, Pforzheim. Claves D-813. A- ....................................... 6.00
1407.*KELL: Brahms - Clarinet Quintet, Op. 115. Fine Arts Quartet. Concert Disc CS-202. A- ............. 16.00
LP's: Flute
1408.*GAZZELLONI: Works for solo flute by Franco Evangelisti, Luciano Berio & Yoritsune
Matsudaira; Works for flue & piano by Niccolo Castiglioni, Olivier Messiaen & Bruno
Maderna. Aloys Kontarsky, piano. Mainstream MS-5014. A- ................................................... 11.00
1409.*PRESTON: Bach - Five Sonatas. Pinnock, harpsichord; Savall, viola da gamba. CRD
1014/5(2). A- to A ..................................................................................................................... 11.00
LP's: Oboe
1410. GOOSSENS: Works of Marcello, Cimarosa, Bach(2) & Handel. Sargent &
Cameron/Liverpool Phil; Susskind/Philharmonia String Orch. Col ML-4782. B.................... 7.00
1411.*HANTAK: Martinu & Strauss Concerti. Turnovsky/Brno Phil. Parliament PLPS-606. A-- .............. 6.00
LP's: Violinists
1412. AUCLAIR: Tchaikovsky Concerto. Woss/Viennese Orch. Masterseal MSLP-5002. B .................... 12.00
1413.*BARCHET: Mozart Concerto #4 & #6. Reinhardt/Stuttgart Pro Musica Orchestra. Vox
PL-10 110. A- ........................................................................................................................... 30.00
1414. BORRIES: (Siegfried): Mendelssohn Concerto (Celibidache/BPO). [Borries was BPO
concertmaster] Side 2: Mendelssohn 4th (Barbirolli/Halle Orch). [deleted 1957] RCA
LBC-1049. A-(exceptional condition for a Bluebird) .................................................................. 13.00
1415. BORRIES: Richard Strauss - Violin Concerto. Overside, Erich Ertel performs the Oboe
Concerto. Rother/Berlin Radio Orch. [Borries was concertmaster of the BPO] Urania
URLP-7032. B+ ........................................................................................................................ 14.00
1416.*BRESS: Spohr Concerti #8 & #9. Beck/Sym Orch. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-278. A-................................. 6.00
1417. ELMAN: Jubilee Record: Short works of Massenet, Arensky, Schumann(2), Cui, Drigo, Sulzer,
Sarasate, Schubert, Dvorak, Gossec, Chopin, Beethoven & Tchaikovsky. Seiger, piano. [I
don’t have a stereo copy to compare, but I understand that it omitted one of the items on
this mono issue.] Van VRS-1051. A- ......................................................................................... 25.00
1418. ELMAN: Tchaikovsky Concerto (Paray/BSO). Bach - Concerto in E, BWV 1042
(Collingwood/Orch). Discocorp RR-453. A- ............................................................................ 24.00
1419. ELMAN: Wieniawski Concerto #2. Bruch Concerto #1. Boult/LPO. London LL-1486. A-(occasional light sound from small blemishes)............................................................................. 25.00
ELMAN: See also #957.
1420.*FERRAS: Brahms - Double Concerto (Tortelier; Kletzki/PO). Beethoven - Sonata #1
(Barbizet, piano). Sera S-60048. FS ............................................................................................ 5.00
1421.*FODOR: Showpieces by Wieniawski(2), Ysaye, Tchaikovsky(2), Paganini & Prokofiev.
Feldman, piano. RCA ARL1-0735. A- ........................................................................................ 6.00
1422. FUCHS: Mozart - Duos #1 & #2. With Lillian Fuchs. Col ML-5692. A-(early "6-eyes" labels) ....... 16.00
1423.*GERTLER: Bartok - Concerto #1; Two Rhapsodies. Ferencsik/Brno State Philharmonic.
[Grand Prix du Disque] Supraphon 50 466. A- ........................................................................... 10.00
1424.*GERTLER: Rezso Kokai (906-62): Violin Concerto (1952). Bach - Concerto in a.
Lehel/Hungarian Radio/TV Orch. Qualiton SLPX-1113. FS .................................................. 14.00
1425. GROSS: (Robert): Hindemith Concerto (Stokowski/NY City Symphony; live, c.1945). Gross
- Sonata for Violin & Piano (Leonard Stein, piano). [the sonata is apparently in stereo]
Townhall S-32. A- ..................................................................................................................... 28.00
1426.*GRUMIAUX: Brahms Concerto. Beinum/ACO. Philips 835 008. A- to A ..................................... 12.00
1427. HEIFETZ: Beethoven Sonata #4 & #7. Bay, piano. [SD labels] RCA LVT-1040. A- ......................... 8.00
1428.*HEIFETZ: Dvorak - Piano Trio in f. Stravinsky - Suite Italienne for Violin & Cello. HandelHalvorsen - Passacaglia. Piatigorsky, cello; Pennario, pf, in Dvorak. CBS 60264. A- to
A(superb Dutch pressing) .......................................................................................................... 12.00
1429.*HEIFETZ: Franck & Strauss Sonatas. Brooks Smith, piano. [recorded live in Los Angeles;
drm] CBS MP-39550. A- to A(lovely Dutch pressing) ............................................................... 12.00
1430. HEIFETZ: Korngold Concerto (Wallenstein/LA Phil). Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole
(Steinberg/RCA Sym). [TAS 44:156-8] RCA LM-1782. A-....................................................... 9.00
1431. HEIFETZ: Sibelius Concerto. Beecham/LPO, who also play En Saga (studio recordings from
1935 and 1939, respectively). Sibelius conducts his Andante Festivo with Finnish Radio
Orch (live, 1939). [A.C.Griffith transfers] World Record Club SH-207. A- ................................ 12.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
1432. HEIFETZ: Walton Concerto (Composer/PO). Castelnuovo-Tedesco Concerto #2
(Wallenstein/LAPO). RCA LM-2740. A- ................................................................................... 9.00
1433. HUBERMAN: Brahms Concerto (Rodzinski; (1944). Mozart Concerto #4 (Walter; 1945).
NYP (live) in both. [Nice photo of Huberman w/Walter; oddly scarce - my first copy ever.]
Discocorp RR-551. A- ............................................................................................................... 25.00
1434. KAUFMAN: Barber Concerto (Goehr/MMS Sym). LEO SMIT (piano): Copland Piano
Concerto (Composer/Rome Radio Orch). [10-inch] Musical Masterpiece Society MMS
105. B.......................................................................................................................................... 5.00
1435. KAUFMAN: Milhaud Concerto #2; Concertino de Printemps (Composer/ORTF); Danses de
Jacaremirim for Violin & Piano (Balsam, piano). [recorded in Paris, 1949] Capitol P-8071.
B/C+............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1436. KAUFMAN: Vivaldi - The Four Seasons. Swoboda/Baroque String Orch. Crowell Collier
Record Guild CCRG-120. A-(lovely copy) ................................................................................. 17.00
1437. KAUFMAN: Concert Souvenirs. Short works of Massenet, Schumann, Rimsky, Schubert,
Dvorak, Tchaikovsky, Drdla & Traditional. Ulanowsky, piano. [10-inch] Capitol L-8165.
C/C-(very disappointing, but scarce; stopgap?)............................................................................. 5.00
1438. KIRMSE: (Fritz): Malipiero Concerto. Kleinert/Leipzig Radio Orchestra. SASCHKO
GAVRILOVA: Nicolas Rakov (1908-90) - Violin Concerto. Rother/Berlin Radio
Orchestra. Urania URLP-7112. A-- .......................................................................................... 23.00
1439. KOGAN: Bach 2-Violin Concerto (E. Gilels); Concerto #2. Barshai/Moscow Ch Orch. MK
1518. A- ...................................................................................................................................... 6.00
1440. KREISLER: Beethoven Sonata #5 & #9. Rupp, piano. EMI HQM-1214. A- ................................... 12.00
1441. KREISLER: Grieg Sonata #3. Schubert Sonata #5. Rachmaninoff, piano. [SD] RCA LVT1009. A- .................................................................................................................................... 17.00
1442.*KREMER: Mozart Concerto #3; Concertone for Two Violins,K.190. Gridenko, 2nd violin;
Kremer conducts Vienna Sym. [quad] Eurodisc 27 318. A- ....................................................... 9.00
1443. KULENKAMPFF: Dvorak Concerto. Jochum/BPO. [very fine copy given that this series was
pressed on rather soft vinyl and issued with no inner sleeves] Capitol Telefunken P-8052. B
to B+ ......................................................................................................................................... 22.00
1444. KULENKAMPFF: Sibelius Concerto. Furtwangler/BPO (who also play En Saga). [Concert
performances; February 1943] Melodiya M10-45909 004. A- .................................................... 13.00
1445.*MALAN: (Roy): Violin Sonatas by Efrem Zimbalist Sr. & Jr. Thompson; Sutherland,
pianists. Genesis GS-1070. A- ...................................................................................................... 7.00
1446.*MENUHIN: Bach - Double Concerto (Ferras; Menuhin also conducts Festival Ch Orch);
Concerti in a and E (Menuhin/Robert Masters Ch Orch). Capitol SG-7210. A-...................... 14.00
1447. MENUHIN: Paganini Concerto #2 (Fistoulari/PO). Vieuxtemps Concerto #4
(Susskind/PO).[only in print from 8/52 to 8/56] [early labels] RCA LHMV-1015. A- ............... 16.00
1448. MENUHIN: Encores - Short works of Corelli, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Paganini,
Sarasate, Dvorak, Debussy, Kreisler, Ravel & Bartok. [recorded 1930-45; misc pianists;
transfers from 78's by A.C.Griffith] EMI HLM-7077. A-............................................................ 18.00
1449.*MENUHIN/GRAPPELLI: Music of the Thirties - Kern(2), Gershwin(2), Berlin, Rodgers(2),
Gade, Grappelli(4), Porter, McHugh, Strachey. Alan Clare Trio. Angel SFO-36968. A(c/c) ............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
1450.*MILSTEIN: Dvorak & Glazounov Concerti. Steinberg/Pittsburgh Sym. Capitol SP-8382. A- ...... 11.00
1451.*MILSTEIN: Music of Old Russia: Works of Rachmaninoff (Vocalise); Moussorgsky/Kreisler;
Glazounov; Tchaikovsky; Tchaikovsky/Glazounov(2); Rimsky-Korsakov/Kreisler.
Irving/Orch. [blue labels] Angel S-36002. A-(a little crackle at start of side 2) .......................... 16.00
1452. MILSTEIN: Prokofiev 1st Concerto. Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Golschmann/St. Louis
Sym. Cap P-8303. A--/B+ ......................................................................................................... 10.00
1453.*MILSTEIN: Tchaikovsky & Mendelssohn Concerti. Abbado/VPO. DGG 2530 359. A- to A ......... 16.00
1454. MILSTEIN: Tchaikovsky Concerto (Stock/CSO). Bruch Concerto (Barbirolli/NYP).
Harmony HL-7083. A-(superb pressing for Harmony)................................................................ 16.00
1455. MILSTEIN: Tchaikovsky Concerto. Steinberg/Pittsburgh Sym. Capitol P-8512. A- ...................... 16.00
1456. MORINI: Brahms Concerto. Rodzinski/PSOL. West XWN-18600. B+(looks pristine, but
slightly prickly pressing) ............................................................................................................. 10.00
1457. MORINI: Tchaikovsky Concerto. Rodzinski/PSOL. West XWN-18397. A--(superficial marks
cause very little sound)............................................................................................................... 11.00
1458.*MUTTER: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Sarasate - Zigeunerweisen. Ozawa/ORTF. [dig;
DMM] Angel DS-38191. FS ........................................................................................................ 9.00
1459. ODNOPOSOFF: Falla - Suite Populaire Espagnole. Nin - Chants d'Espagne. Ysaye - Two
Sonatas for Solo Violin. Antonietti, piano (except in Ysaye). Concert Hall Society CHS1175. A-- ................................................................................................................................... 28.00
1460.*OISTRAKH (David & Igor): Spohr - Duetto. Honegger - Sonatine. Haydn - Duo in B-flat.
Prokofiev - Sonata for 2 Violins, Op.56. Monitor MCS-2058. A-................................................. 8.00
1461.*OISTRAKH (Igor): Tchaikovsky Concerto. David Oistrakh/Moscow Phil. Mel-Angel SR40009. A- .................................................................................................................................... 7.00
1462. OISTRAKH: A Tribute - The Great 1955-56 Columbia Recordings. SHOSTAKOVICH
Concerto #1 (Mitropoulos/NYP). BACH 2nd, MENDELSSOHN, MOZART 4th Concerti
(Ormandy/Phila). VIVALDI Concerto in a for 2 Violins (Stern; Ormandy/Phila).
[Issued at the time of Oistrakh's death in 1974; includes a lovely tribute from Isaac Stern]
Col MG-33328(2). A- ................................................................................................................ 16.00
1463.*OISTRAKH: Bach Concerti #1 & 2. Oistrakh/Vienna Sym Members. OISTRAKHS (David
& Igor): Bach 2-Violin Concerto. Goossens/RPO. [tulip labels] DGG 138 820. A- to
A(early deluxe sturdy jacket)...................................................................................................... 20.00
1464.*OISTRAKH: Beethoven Concerto. Cluytens/ORTF. [drm] Angel AE-344547. FS(c/c) ................... 9.00
1465. OISTRAKH: Beethoven Sonata #10 (oborin, piano). Short works of Vitali, Brahms(2) &
Mendelssohn (Yampolsky, piano). Col ML-5096. A--("6-eyes" labels) ...................................... 11.00
1466.*OISTRAKH: Mozart Sonatas #32 & #33. Badura-Skoda, piano. Melodiya CM-03963-4. A-........... 7.00
1467.*OISTRAKH: Prokofiev Concerto #1. Chausson - Poeme. Ravel - Tzigane. Kondrashin/USSR
Radio Orch. Westminster WGS-8251. FS(c/c) ............................................................................ 9.00
1468. OLEVSKY: Kreisler: 12 pieces. Rose, pf. Westminster WL-5346. A- .............................................. 20.00
1469.*OPREAN: (Adelina): Concerti by Viotti (#1) & Federigo Fiorillo (1755-c.1823).
Faerber/European Community Ch Orch. [dig; DMM] Hyperion A-66210. A- to A ................. 9.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
1470.*PERLMAN: Brahms Concerto. Giulini/CSO. [quad; Grammy Award, 1978: Classical Album
of the Year] [quad] Angel S-37286. A- ........................................................................................ 8.00
1471.*PERLMAN: Korngold & Konyus Concerti. Previn/Pittsburgh Sym. [dig] Pathe 2C06903976. A- to A(notes in French only) ......................................................................................... 10.00
1472.*PERLMAN: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Berlioz - Reverie et Caprice. Barenboim/Paris
Orch. [dig] DGG 2532 011. A- to A ........................................................................................... 8.00
1473.*PERLMAN: Mozart Concerto #3 & #5. Levine/VPO. [dig] DGG 2532 080. A- to A ....................... 4.00
1474.*PERLMAN: Saint Saens #3; Wieniawski #2. Barenboim/Paris Orch. [dig] DGG 410 526. Ato A ............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
1475.*PERLMAN: Sibelius Concerto. Sinding - Suite for Violin & Orchestra. Previn/Pittsburgh
Sym. Angel SZ-37663. A-(c/c) .................................................................................................... 6.00
1476.*PERLMAN: Perpetual Motion & Other Virtuoso Perfomances: Works of Kreisler,
Sarasate, Novacek, Ben-Haim, Wieniawski, Debussy, Tartini, Valle, Rachmaninov,
Schumann & Paganini. Sanders, piano. Angel S-37003. FS ......................................................... 5.00
1477.*PERLMAN: Virtuoso Violinist: Showpieces featured on Perlman's BBC TV special c.1979.
Works of Bazzini (Dance of the Goblins; amazing piece!; newly-recorded for this album),
Sarasate(2), Schumann, Paganini, Vivaldi, Novacek, Joplin, Kreisler & Wieniawski. Angel
S-37456. A- ................................................................................................................................. 9.00
1478.*PIKAIZEN: Dvorak Concerto (David Oistrakh/Moscow Phil). Wieniawski - Concerto #1
(Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch). Mel-Angel SR-40185. A- ........................................... 4.00
1479.*QUEEN ELIZABETH OF BELGIUM: INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION:
VIOLIN - 1985. Nai Yuan Hu (Taiwan; 1st Prize): Elgar Concerto; Jean-Marie Simonis Cantilene for Violin & Orchestra. Ik-Hwan Bae (USA; 2nd Prize): Brahms Concerto.
Henry Raudales (Guatemala; 3rd Prize): Wienawski Concerto #1. All accompanied by
Georges Octors/Belgian National Orchestra. [Very nice booklet has detailed information
about all twelve of the prize winners] Phonic S.A. Belgium 1980 080/2(3). A- to A ................... 36.00
1480.*RABIN: In Memoriam - Works of Saint-Saens (Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso), Rimsky,
Kreisler(2), Dinicu-Heifetz, Paganini-Kreisler, Sarasate, Massenet. Slatkin/Hollywood
Bowl. [Originally issued on Capitol as "The Magic Bow"] Seraphim S-60199. A- ........................ 6.00
1481. RENARDY: Bach Sonata #1. [10-in] London LPS-423. B++(occ brief ticky spots & rubs; rest
excellent!) .................................................................................................................................. 35.00
1482. RICCI: Paganini Caprices # 1 - #12. London LLP-264. B+ .............................................................. 12.00
1483.*RICCI: Paganini Caprices #1-#24. London CS-6163. A- ................................................................. 25.00
1484. RYBAR: Vivaldi Concerti in E-Flat, Op.33, #1 (P.429) & in g, Op.12, #1 (P.343).
Moralt/Vienna Sym. [scarce - first copy I've ever had!] Westminster XWN-18718. B+(occ
tks) ............................................................................................................................................ 10.00
1485.*SCHRODER: Schubert - Sonata in A. Mendelssohn - Sonata in f, Op.4. Hogwood, fortepiano.
Oiseau-Lyre DSLO-571. A- to A(Dutch pressing)........................................................................ 7.00
1486.*SCHRODER: Virtuoso Violin Concerti of the Late Baroque: Michael Haydn, Pisendel,
Telemann. Concerto Amsterdam. MPS 13008. A- to A ............................................................. 4.00
1487. SCHULZ: Spohr Concerto #7 (Heger/Berlin Radio Orch). STIEHLER: Spohr Concerto #8
(Schmitz/Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch). Urania URLP-7049. B+ .............................................. 14.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
1488. SHAPIRO: (Eudice): Stravinsky - Duo Concertante; Divertimento from Baisee de la Fee
(arranged for violin & piano by Stravinsky & Dushkin). Brooks Smith, piano. Ava A-15.
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 6.00
1489.*STERN: Concerti of Brahms, Bruch, Mendelssohn, Beethoven & Tchaikovsky; Lalo Symphonie Espagnole. Bernstein/NYP (Beethoven); Ormandy/Phila. [superb German
pressings] CBS 79405(4). A- to A ............................................................................................. 20.00
1490.*STONE: (David): Delius - Sonata in B (1892); Sonata #1 (1905-14). Threlfall, piano. Pearl
SHE-522. A- ............................................................................................................................... 7.00
1491.*SZERYNG: Paganini Concerto #3. Gibson/LSO. [1st recording] Philips 6500 175. A-..................... 6.00
1492. SZIGETI: Bartok - Contrasts (Composer, piano; Goodman, clarinet); Rhapsody #1
(Composer, piano); Portrait #1 (Lambert/PO). [10-inch] Col ML-2213. B to B- ..................... 10.00
1493. SZIGETI: Prokofiev - Sonata for Solo Violin; Five Melodies for Violin & Piano. Ravel Sonata. Hindemith - Sonata #3. Bussotti, piano (in all but Prokofiev solo). Col ML-5178.
B("6-eyes" labels) ...................................................................................................................... 10.00
1494. THIBAUD: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole (Stokowski/Orch; live, 1947). CORTOT (piano, of
course!): Weber Sonata #2. Discocorp IGI-339. A-(original sources are not silent) .................... 24.00
1495.*UGHI: Beethoven Sonata #5 & #9. Sawallisch, pf. [dig] RCA RL-31647. A- to A(silky Italian
pressing) .................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1496.*UGHI: (Uto): Beethoven Sonata #8 & #9. Crowson, piano. Dischi Ricordi RCL-27069. A(c/c) ............................................................................................................................................. 8.00
1497.*UGHI: Beethoven & Mendelssohn Concerti. Sawallisch (Beethoven) & Pretre (Mendelssohn);
LSO. RCA GL-86536. A- to A(German pressing) ....................................................................... 9.00
1498.*VARGA: Nielsen Concerto. Semkow/Royal Danish Orch. Turn TVS-34043. A- ............................ 5.00
1499.*WEISS: Elgar Sonata. Walton Sonata. Weiss Duo. [Sidney Weiss was concertmaster of the
CSO from 1967-72 and of LAPO 1979-94] Unicorn UN1-72027. A- ........................................... 6.00
1500.*WILKOMIRSKA: Szymanowski - Mythes. Franck Sonata. Barbosa, piano. [quad]
Connoisseur Society CSQ-2050. A- ........................................................................................... 14.00
LP's: Harpsichord
1501.*CURTIS: (Alan): Couperin - Eight Preludes & Ordres. Vox SVBX-5448(3). FS(slight box
scuff) ......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1502.*CURTIS: Louis Couperin - Pieces de Clavecin. Archiv 2533 325. FS ................................................ 6.00
1503.*GOVERTS: C.P.E.Bach - Concerto #27. J.C.Bach - Concerto #16. Orchestre de Chambre
Berhard Thomas. Arion ARN-38199. A- ................................................................................. 11.00
1504.*MARLOWE: Vivaldi-Bach - Concerto in D. Scarlatti - 8 Sonatas. Couperin - Pavanne &
Chaconne. Byrd - The Bells. Decca DL-710113. FS(c/c) .............................................................. 6.00
1505.*SCHEURICH: Pachelbel - Hexachordum Apollinis, 1699; Chaconne in f. MHS 1011. A- .................. 6.00
1506.*SHAPIRO: Marais - Les Folies d'Espagne; Suite in c. Tobias Hume (d.1645) - Galliard.
Sampson, viola da gamba. Orion ORS-74162. FS ....................................................................... 6.00
1507. VALENTI: Bach - Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue; Toccata in D; 6 Little Preludes; Fantasia in c;
Preludium, Fugue & Allegro. Col ML-5916. FS ........................................................................... 6.00
LP's: Harpsichord - continued
1508. VALENTI: Spanish Keyboard Music - Works of Albeniz, Angles(3), Casanovas, Galles(2),
Freixanet, Rodriguez, Cantallos, Serrano & Fernandez. West XWN-18624. A- ............................ 5.00
1509.*VERLET: Frescobaldi - Toccate di Cimbalo: Libro Primo & Libro Secondo (1637). Telefunken
SAWT-9597-A. FS ...................................................................................................................... 5.00
LP's: Cellists
1510. BORWITZKY: (Ottomar; principal cellist of Berlin Philharmonic beginning 1955): Haydn
Concerti in C and D. Ronnefuld/Vienna Sym. Telefunken LT-43 092. A-(s/s)............................ 9.00
1511. CASALS: A Living Portrait. Interviews, master classes, rehearsals etc. Commentary by Isaac
Stern. Col PC-1. A-("2-eyes" labels) ......................................................................................... 18.00
1512. CASSADO: Dvorak Concerto. Perlea/Vienna Pro Musica. [in fold-open jacket with nice
illustrated booklet inside, but in Italian only; oddly, though album is standard 12-inch size,
the record is 10-inch!] I Grandi Musicisti IGM-049. A-- ............................................................ 11.00
1513.*COHEN: Dvorak Concerto. Tchaikovsky - Rococo Variations. Macal/LPO. EMI CFP-41
4468 1. A- ................................................................................................................................... 5.00
1514. FEUERMANN: Beethoven Sonata #3 (Myra Hess, piano). Schubert Arpeggione Sonata.
Weber Andantino from Konzertstuck in F. Moore, piano. Sera 60117. A- ................................... 8.00
1515. FEUERMANN: Bloch - Schelomo (Stokowski/Phila). Brahms - Double Concerto (Heifetz;
Ormandy/Phila). Cui - An Oriental Melody. Albeniz - Tango. Moore, piano. Melodiya
M10-44235 001. A- ................................................................................................................... 18.00
1516. FEUERMANN: Mendelssohn Sonata #2; Handel/Feuermann - Adagio & Allegro; Beethoven 12 Variations on Ein Madchen oder Weibchen (Rupp, piano in all). Beethoven - Duo in EFlat for Viola & Cello (Primrose). RCA VIC-1476. A- ............................................................... 9.00
1517. FOURNIER: Haydn - Concerto in D. Boccherini - Concerto in B-flat. Munchinger/Stuttgart
Chamber Orchestra. London CM-9104. A- ............................................................................. 16.00
1518.*FOURNIER: Lalo & Saint-Saens (#1) Concerti. Bruch - Kol Nidrei. Martinon/Lamoureux
Orch. DGG 2535 157. A- to A .................................................................................................... 8.00
1519.*GENDRON: Dvorak Concerto; Silent Woods. Haitink/LPO. Philips 6670 112. A- to A .................. 9.00
1520. GENDRON: Schubert Sonata in a ("Arpeggione"). Schumann - Drei Romanzen;
Fantasiestucke, Op.73. Jean Francaix, piano. London LL-654. B to B-(varies) ........................... 8.00
1521.*HARNOY: "The Best of Ofra Harnoy" - Short works of Rimsky, Kreisler, Falla, Casals, SaintSaens, Popper, Gershwin(2) & Lennon-McCartney(4). Misc assisting artists. Fanfare
DFL-9019. A-(c/c)....................................................................................................................... 7.00
1522.*HARRELL: Dvorak Concerto. Levine/LSO. RCA ARL1-1155. A-(c/c) ........................................... 9.00
1523. JANIGRO: Bloch - Schelomo. Bruch - Kol Nidrei; Canzone. Rodzinski/PSOL. [nice fold-open
album] West WN-18007. A-(s/s)................................................................................................ 14.00
1524.*KESSLER (Jerome): Saint-Saens Sonata; Faure Sonata, Op.117. Carmen, pf. Orion ORS73124. FS .................................................................................................................................... 4.00
1525.*MA: Beethoven Sonata #4; 12 Variations, Op.66; 7 Variations, WoO 46; 12 Variations, WoO
45. Ax, piano. [dig] CBS IM-42121. A- to A(c/c) ........................................................................ 5.00
1526. NELSOVA: Reger(#2) & Kodaly Sonatas. London LL-1252. A- ..................................................... 16.00
LP's: Cellists - continued
1527. PARISOT: Schumann Concerto (Le Conte/Vienna Opera Orch). LILI KRAUS (piano, of
course): Schumann Piano Concerto (Dersarzens/Vienna Opera Orch). [notes in French
only] Guilde Internationale du Disque MMS-2190. A- ............................................................... 16.00
1528. PIATIGORSKY: Dvorak Concerto. Ormandy/Phila. Odyssey Y-34602. A-(demo) .......................... 5.00
1529. PIATIGORSKY: Saint-Saens Concerto #1 (Reiner/RCA Sym; recorded 1950). Brahms Double Concerto (Milstein; Reiner/Robin Hood Dell Orch; recorded 1951). RCA
AVM1-2020. A- ........................................................................................................................ 16.00
1530.*ROSE: Bloch - Schelomo (Ormandy/Phila). Schumann Concerto (Bernstein/NYP). Col MS6253. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ..................................................................................................... 9.00
1531.*ROSE: Saint-Saens & Lalo Concerti. Faure Elegie. Ormandy/Phila. Col M-30113. A- .................... 6.00
1532. ROSE: Schubert Sonata in a ("Arpeggione.") Boccherini Sonata #6. Sammartini Sonata in G.
Hambro, piano. Col ML-4984. B++("6-eyes" labels)................................................................. 13.00
1533. ROSTROPOVICH: Schumann - Stucke in Volkston, Op.102; #1, #3 & #4. Borodin - Chorus &
Dance of Polovtsian Maidens. Prokofiev - Cinderella Adagio. MIKHAIL VAIMAN
(violin): Prokofiev - Cinderella Waltz. Tchaikovsky - Valse-Scherzo. Tchaikovsky Serenade Melancholique Karandasjova, piano (in all). [very scarce early Rostropovich; in
thin jacket with notes, then enclosed in box too] London TW-91068. A- to
B+(Rostropovich side starts B+) ................................................................................................ 16.00
1534.*ROSTROPOVICH: Schumann Concerto. Tchaikovsky - Rococo Variations.
Rozhdestvensky/Leningrad Phil. [tulip labels] DGG 138 674. A-(U.S./RCA pressing; s/s) ...... 11.00
1535.*RUDIAKOV: (Michael): Haydn Concerto in C. Rudiakov also conducts Manchester Music
Festival String Orchestra, who also play Grieg's Holberg Suite; Mozart Divertimento,
K.136; & Scott Joplin's "Strenuous Life." Manchester Music Festival LRP-8905. FS ................... 9.00
1536. STARKER: Bach - Suites #3 & #6. Period SPLP-543. A-(the best copy I've ever seen!) .................. 32.00
1537.*TORTELIER: Bach Suites #5 & #6. Pathe 2C069-10830. FS(fold-open album) .............................. 12.00
LP's: Violists
1538.*DOWNS: (Herbert): Sonatas by Bax and Bliss. Cassini, piano. Revolution RCB-1. A- ..................... 6.00
1539. PRIMROSE: Bartok Concerto. Serly/London New Sym. [Primrose commissioned the work,
of course, which was left incomplete at Bartok's death. Serly put the sketches together and
did the orchetration; this recording captures the two people most responsible for the work
after the composer.] Bartok BRS-309. A- .................................................................................. 19.00
1540. PRIMROSE: Bloch - Suite for Viola; Suite Hebraique; Meditation & Processional. Stimer,
piano. [first copy I've seen since 1993!] Cap P-8355. A-(brief lgt tks side 1) .............................. 19.00
1541.*THOMAS: Bach Suites #1-#6 (the cello works played on viola). Concert Disc SP-503(3). A(box has neat tape repair; LP's excellent) .................................................................................... 14.00
1542. TRAMPLER: Peggy Glanville-Hicks - Concerto Romantico for Viola & Orchestra. Ben Weber
- Rapsodie Concertante for Viola & Small Orchestra. Marga Richter - Aria & Toccata for
Viola & String Orchestra. Surinach & Winograd/MGM String and Chamber Orchs.
MGM E-3559. B+(orig jacket; obscure!) ................................................................................... 14.00
1543.*VARDI: Bax Fantasy-Sonata for Viola & Harp (Ross); Sonata for Viola & Piano (Bogin).
MHS 3613. A- ............................................................................................................................. 6.00
LP's: Guitar
1544.*BREAM: Villa-Lobos Concerto (Previn/LSO); Five Preludes. RCA LSC-3231. A- ........................ 11.00
1545.*BREAM: 20th Century Guitar. Britten, Martin, Henze, Brindle,Villa-Lobos. RCA LSC2964. A-(c/c) ............................................................................................................................. 11.00
1546.*BREAM: In Concert. Works by Dowland (11, including 6 songs sung by Peter Pears) & Byrd
(4). A- ......................................................................................................................................... 6.00
1547. SEGOVIA: Bach - Chaconne; Prelude; Courante; Sarabande; Bourree; Fugue (arr. Segovia
from originals for lute, violin or cello). WEINRICH (organ): Bach - Preludes & Fugues in
A (Peters Vol.2, #3), in a (Vol.2, #8) & in C (Vol.4, #1). MGM E-3015. B(neat tape spine
repair) .......................................................................................................................................... 8.00
LP's: Pianists
1548.*ANIEVAS: Rachmaninoff - The Four Concerti; Paganini Rhapsody. Fruhbeck; Atzmon;
Ceccato/NPO. Angel SCB-3801(3). FS(c/c).............................................................................. 12.00
1549.*ARRAU: Beethoven Sonata #24 & #29. Philips 6833 145. A- to A(c/c) ............................................ 7.00
1550. ARRAU: Chopin Concerto #1. Klemperer/Cologne Radio. [1954] Cetra LO-507. A-(minor
cov dam)...................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1551. BACHAUER: Mozart Concerto #26. Liszt - Rhapsodie Espagnole. Alec Sherman/New
London Orch. [Sherman was Bachauer's husband][issued Aug 1952; gone March 1956]
RCA LM-9000. B+(occ tks; earliest labels) ................................................................................ 15.00
1552. BACKHAUS: Beethoven Sonata #10, 22 & 24. London CM-9057. A- .............................................. 8.00
1553. BACKHAUS: Brahms Concerto #1. Bohm/VPO Decca LXT-5364. A-........................................... 12.00
1554. BACKHAUS: Schumann - Fantasia in C (rec.1938); Nachtstuck in F (1938).. Chopin Fantaisie-Impromptu, Op.66 (1908). Bach - Prelude & Fugue #1 (1938). Brahms - Paganini
Variations (1927). Parnassus 3. A--(w/very detailed typewritten notes) ...................................... 16.00
BACKHAUS: See also #759, 768, 1747.
1555.*BERMAN: Schumann Sonatas #1 & #2. Col-Melodiya M-34528. A- ................................................ 8.00
1556.*BLOCK: Albeniz - Iberia; Navarra. Conn Soc CS-2120/21(2). A-(two records, each in its own
jacket) ....................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1557.*BOLET: Liszt Transcriptions of works of Wagner, Donizetti, Schubert(2), Verdi, Chopin(2) &
Schumann(2). RCA LSC-3259. A- ............................................................................................... 9.00
1558.*BRENDEL: Liszt - Annees de Pelerinage: Second Year (Italy). Philips 6500 420. FS ........................ 7.00
1559.*BUCHBINDER: Haydn - Sonata #62. Beethoven - Fur Elise; Fantasie, Op.77; Rondo a
Capriccio; 32 Variations on an Original Theme. Telefunken 6.42265. A- to A(c/c) ....................... 7.00
1560. CASADESUS: (Jean): Bach Concerti #1 & #5; Toccata & Fugue in c. [scarce recording by
Robert & Gaby Casadesus' son] [US pressing] Angel 45003. A- ................................................ 16.00
1561.*CASADESUS: d'Indy - Symphony on a French Air. Franck - Symphonic Variations.
Ormandy/Phila. Odyssey Y-31274. A- ....................................................................................... 4.00
1562. CASADESUS: Ravel - Complete Piano Music: Gaspard de la Nuit; Habanera & Ma Mere l'Oye
(both with Gaby Casadesus); Miroirs; Menuet Antique; Pavane; A la Maniere de Chabrier;
A la Maniere de Borodine; Sonatine; Jeux d'Eau; Le Tombeau de Couperin; Valses Nobles
et Sentimentales; Prelude; Menuet sur le nom d'Haydn. CBS 77 346(3). A- to A(superb
German pressings) ..................................................................................................................... 25.00
1563.*CICCOLINI: D'Indy - Symphony on a French Mountain Air (Baudo/Paris Orch). Franck
Symphonic Variations; Les Djinns (Strauss/Liege Orch). Sera S-60371. FS................................ 4.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1564.*COOK: (Jean Carrington): Brahms - Waltzes, Op.39. Schumann - Fantasiestucke. Golden Age
1011. A- ...................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1565. CORTOT: Ravel - Left-Hand Concerto (1939; Munch/PCO). Saint-Saens Concerto #4 (1935;
Munch/Orch). Pathe Marconi 2C051-43370. A- to A ............................................................... 12.00
1566.*CYRIL SMITH & PHYLLIS SELLICK: Concertos for Phyllis & Cyril: BLISS - Concerto
for Two Pianos (arranged for three hands). GORDON JACOB - Concerto for Three Hands
on One or Two Pianos. MALCOLM ARNOLD - Concerto for Phyllis & Cyril.
Arnold/City of Birmingham Sym. [the works were either written or re-arranged to
accomodate Smith's loss of the use of his left hand] EMI CSD-1506. A- .................................... 13.00
1567.*CZIFFRA: Liszt Transcriptions & Paraphrases: Tannhauser Overture; Rigoletto Paraphrase;
Eugen Onegin Polonaise; Wedding March; Auber - Grand Tarantelle Bravoure.
Connoisseur Society CS-2130. A- ................................................................................................ 9.00
1568.*DE LARROCHA: Mozart Sonata # 9 & #10; Fantasy; Andante & Variations. London CS7008. A-(c/c) ............................................................................................................................... 6.00
1569.*DEVETZI: (Vasso): Mozart Concerto #12. Haydn Concerto in D, Op.21. Barshai/Moscow
Ch Orch. [blue labels] Angel S-36238. A- ................................................................................... 4.00
1570.*DUCHABLE: Chopin - The Four Scherzi; Fantasy in f. Conn Soc CSQ-2086. A- ............................. 5.00
1571.*DUER: (Susan; fortepiano): A Program of 18th-Century Sonatas. Mozart (K.533), Soler
(two in c); Clementi (Op.24, #2); C.P.E.Bach (in b). [disc is labelled as having been the
result of a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and is identified as a
demonstration copy; enclosed is a publicity still and letter from her management, apparently
to a radio station] Private 43266. A- .......................................................................................... 11.00
1572.*EGOROV: Schumann - Carnaval; Papillons; Toccata. [dig] Angel DS-37850. A- .............................. 5.00
1573.*ENTREMONT: Debussy - Pour le Piano; Images, Books 1 & 2; Children's Corner Suite. Col
MS-6567. A- to B++(early "2-eyes" labels) .................................................................................. 6.00
1574.*ENTREMONT: Rachmaninoff Concerti #1 & 4. Ormandy/Phila. Col MS-6517. A-("2-eyes;"
demo) .......................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1575.*ESCHENBACH: Beethoven Sonata #29. DGG 2530 080. A- to A.................................................... 8.00
1576. FARNADI: Liszt Hungarian Rhapsodies #16 - 19; Rhapsodie Espagnole; 6 Consolations.
West W-9346. A-(c/c) ...................................................................................................................... 9.00
1577. FARNADI: Liszt - Three Concert Etudes; Six Paganini Etudes. Westminster XWN-18017. A- ........ 12.00
1578. FARNADI: Tchaikovsky Concerti #1 & #2. Scherchen/VSOO. West WL-5309. A-- ...................... 14.00
1579. FISCHER: Mozart Concerto #24. Fischer conducts PO. [10-in] EMI BLP-1066. A-....................... 13.00
1580.*FRIEDMAN: Weber - Invitation to the Dance; works of Friedman(5), Tchaikovsky, LisztBusoni-Frideman. [from Duo-Art piano rolls] Klavier KS-115. FS(c/c) ........................................ 6.00
1581.*FRUGONI: Saint-Saens - Concerto #2 & #5. Swarowsky/Vienna Sym. Saga STXID-5286.
A- .............................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1582. GERSHWIN: His Rhapsody in Blue (Whiteman/His Orch; check out the clarinet!); American
in Paris (playing celeste; Shilkret/RCA Sym); 3 Preludes; Oh, Kay! & Tip-Toes songs.
RCA AVM1-1740. A- ................................................................................................................. 5.00
1583.*GIESEKING: Beethoven Concerto #5. Rother/Berlin Reichsender Orch. [recorded in
autumn 1944 in Germany on magnetic tape: apparently 1st complete recording done on
stereo tape; extraneous noise in 1st movement cadenza may be antiaircraft fire] Varese
Sarabande VC-81080. A- to A ................................................................................................... 12.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1584. GIESEKING: Debussy - Suite Bergamasque; Children's Corner Suite. Col ML-4539. A-("2eyes" labels) ................................................................................................................................. 9.00
1585. GIESEKING: Walter Piston - Concertino for Piano & Orch (Schroder/NDR, Frankfurt; 1947
broadcast). Hindemith - Four Temperaments (Zilling/NDR, Frankfurt; 1952 broadcast).
Past Masters PM-28. A-............................................................................................................. 19.00
1586. GILELS: Prokofiev Concerto #3 (Kondrashin/Moscow Radio); Sonata #2. MK 1587. A(sonata B+) ............................................................................................................................... 13.00
1587. GILELS: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Ivanov/USSR Sym. MK 1532. A-- ........................................... 8.00
1588.*GOEBELS: (Franzpeter): Schoenberg - Suite, Op.25. Hindemith - Suite, Op.26. Stravinsky Sonata (1924). [notes in German and French only] Barenreiter BM 30-SL 1524. A- .................... 7.00
1589. GOLDSAND: Chopin - Sonata #2; Fantasie-Impromptu. [10-in] Musical Masterpiece Soc
MMS 21. B++ ............................................................................................................................. 4.00
1590.*GOULD: Beethoven Sonata #16, #17 & #18. Col M-32349. A- ........................................................ 6.00
1591.*GRAFFMAN: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2; Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.
Bernstein/NYP. Col MS-6634. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; demo copy) .......................................... 9.00
1592.*GRAFFMAN: Tchaikovsky - Concerto #1. Szell/CO. Col MS-7339. A- ........................................... 8.00
1593.*GRAFFMAN: Tchaikovsky Concerto #2 & #3. Ormandy/Phila. Col MS-6755. A-(early "2eyes" labels) ................................................................................................................................. 9.00
1594. GULDA: Beethoven Sonata # 6 & #7. London LL-1374. A--............................................................. 6.00
1595. HAAS: (Monique): Ravel - Concerto in G. Schmidt-Isserstedt/NDR. Stravinsky - Capriccio.
Fricsay/RIAS Sym. Decca DL-9515. B+ .................................................................................... 6.00
1596.*HALL: (Steven): Rachmaninov Sonata #2. Beethoven Sonata #16. Chopin - Trois Ecossaises;
Polonaise-Fantaisie, Op.61. [dig; DMM] ACA CM-20001-1. A- to A ........................................ 10.00
1597.*HASKIL: Chopin Concerto #2. Falla - Nights in the Gardens of Spain.
Markevitch/Lamoureux Orch. Philips 6500 263. A- to A(notes in French only; nice foldopen album) ............................................................................................................................... 12.00
1598. HESS: Beethoven Sonatas #30 & #31. RCA LHMV-1068. A--(almost A- but vinyl slightly
prickly) ...................................................................................................................................... 24.00
1599. HOFMANN: The Brunswick Recordings: Short works of Scarlatti-Tausig, Gluck-Brahms,
Beethoven-Rubinstein, Chopin(4), Chopin-Liszt, Hofmann, Rubinstein, Wagner-Brassin,
Rachmaninoff(2) & Liszt(2). [all recorded 1923] International Piano Archives IPA 103. A- ....... 16.00
1600.*HOROWITZ: Chopin Sonata #2. Schumann Arabesque. Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody #19.
Rachmaninoff - Two Etudes-Tableaux. [In fold-open album with bound-in booklet with
article by Thomas Frost & many Horowitz photos; first LP Horowitz made for Columbia,
hence the fanfare] Col KS-6371. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) .......................................................... 14.00
1601. HOROWITZ: Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition. [Live; Carnegie Hall; April 23, 1951]
[WD labels] RCA LM-2357. A- ................................................................................................... 8.00
1602.*HOROWITZ: Rachmaninoff - Concerto #3. Ormandy/NYP. [Live; 1-8-78; Golden Jubilee
Concert honoring 50th anniversary of Horowitz' American debut with NYP; lovely booklet
includes copy of concert program] RCA CRL1-2633. ................................................................ 12.00
1603. HOROWITZ: Tchaikovsky - Concerto #1 (Steinberg); Encores by Scarlatti, Moszkovski &
Sousa-Horowitz. [Live, Hollywood Bowl, 1945] Melodram MEL-302. A- to A......................... 18.00
1604. HORSLEY: Rachmaninoff - Eight Preludes; Eight Transcriptions. Cap G-7136. A-.......................... 10.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1605.*HUNGERFORD: Beethoven Sonatas #30 & #32. Van VSD-71172. A- ............................................ 7.00
1606. JANIS: Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue. Winterhalter/His Orch, who also play Grand Canyon
Suite. [very early Janis!] RCA LBC-1045. A-(very nice copy - usually found worn) ................... 16.00
1607. JOHANNESEN: American Encores from a Russian Tour: Gottschalk, Carpenter, Farwell,
Gershwin, Shepherd, Mennin, Barber, Bowles, Thomson & Johannesen. Golden Crest CR4065. FS! ................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1608. KAPELL: Prokofiev Concerto #3 (Dorati/Dallas Sym; 1-7-49). Beethoven Concerto #2
(Golschmann/NBC Sym; 6-24-46). RCA VIC-1520. A-............................................................. 9.00
1609. KAPELL: Shostakovich Concerto #1 (Ormandy/Unnamed Orch; live, 12-1-45). Falla Nights in the Gardens of Spain (Stokowski/Unnamed Orch, 11-13-49). [original sources
have some noise, especially the Shostakovich] Opus MLG-71. A- .............................................. 45.00
1610.*KAROLYI: Chopin - Ballade, Op.23; Etudes, Op.10, #3, #8 & #12; Impromptu, Op.29; Waltz,
Op.64, #2; Prelude, Op.28, #15; Polonaise, Op.53; Nocturne, Op.15, #2; Mazurka, Op.33,
#4; Fantaisie-Impromptu, Op.66; Scherzo, Op.31. Sastruphon SM-007 014. A- ......................... 30.00
1611. KAROLYI: Chopin - Four Impromptus; Berceuse, Op.57; Mazurka, Op.24, #4; Barcarolle,
Op.60; Fantasie, Op.49. [tulip labels] DGG LPM-18068. A- to A .............................................. 32.00
1612.*KAROLYI: Chopin - Sonata #3; Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise; Mazurka #13; Waltz
#14; Bolero. [tulip labels] DGG 136 472. A- to A ...................................................................... 45.00
1613. KAROLYI: Rachmaninoff - Preludes in c# and g. Grieg - Wedding Day at Troldhaugen. [7inch, 45-rpm disc; British pressing] DGG ELP-30044. A- .......................................................... 10.00
1614. KATCHEN: Mozart Sonata K.331, 333, 545. London LL-1164. B+ .................................................. 8.00
1615.*KATIN: Chopin Nocturnes, Vol.2 (#1 - #9; #19;. Unicorn UNS-203. A- ........................................... 6.00
1616.*KEMPFF: Bach - Excerpts from Book I of The Well-Tempered Clavier. DGG 2530 807. FS ............ 9.00
1617.*KERER: Brahms Concerto #1. Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio. Melodiya 02323. A- .................. 12.00
1618.*KONTARSKY: (Alfons & Aloys): Bizet - Jeux d'Enfants (4 hands). Milhaud - Scaramouche (2
pianos). Faure - Dolly (4 hands). DGG 2531 389. A- to A ........................................................... 5.00
1619.*KUERTI: Schumann - Sonata #2; Kreisleriana. Decca SDD-2154. A--(Canadian pressing) ................ 5.00
1620.*LAREDO: Scriabin Sonata #5, #7 & #9; Eight Etudes, Op.42. Connoisseur Society CS-2032.
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1621. LEVANT: Rubinstein - Concerto #4. Liszt - Valse Oubliee #1; Sonetto del Petrarca #104.
Mitropoulos/NYP. Odyssey 32 16 0169. A- ............................................................................... 4.00
1622. LIPATTI: Grieg (Galliera/PO) & Schumann (Karajan/PO) Concerti. Electrola 1C047-00 770.
A- to A ...................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1623. LIPATTI: Schumann Concerto (Ansermet/OSR; radio broadcast, February 22, 1950).
HASKIL: Beethoven Concerto #4 (Zecchi/LPO; June 2, 1947). [notes in German only]
Telefunken 6.41904. A- to A ..................................................................................................... 25.00
1624.*LYMPANY: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2 (Sargent/RPO); Three Preludes. [notes mention that
Beecham attended recording session for finale; it was his last visit to EMI studios] [blue
labels] Angel S-35736. A- .......................................................................................................... 10.00
1625. LYMPANY: Saint-Saens Concerto #2. Martinon/LPO. [10-inch] British Decca LX-3064.
B++ ............................................................................................................................................. 7.00
1626. MATTHEWS: Mozart Concerto #12 & #14. Schwarz/Fest Orch. Capitol P-18015. A- .................. 10.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1627.*MOISEIWITSCH: Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition. Schumann - Carnaval. [nice color
cover portrait] Decca DL-710042. A- ........................................................................................ 12.00
1628. NEY: Brahms Concerto #2. Max Fiedler/BPO. Decca DL-9536. B(most B+ or better, but
some scrs) .................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1629. NEY: Strauss - Burleske. SIEGFRIED RAPP: Britten - Diversions for Piano & Orchestra (Left
Hand). Rother/Berlin Radio (in both). Urania URLP-7101. B+(loud 1/2-inch nest of scrs,
end Britten) ............................................................................................................................... 10.00
1630.*NOVAES: Mendelssohn - Songs Without Words (14). Vox STPL-512,000. FS ................................ 9.00
1631. NYIREGYHAZI: Liszt - Two Legends; En Reve - Nocturne; Ballade #2; Abschied; Sunt
Lacrymae Rerum, en Mode Hongrois. [The last works are from studio recordings, 1974,
but the Legends are live from 1973 and are utterly amazing: the sound is distant and
primitive, but it is like an amatuer's video of a hurricane - just torrents of sound!]
International Piano Archives IPA 111. A- .................................................................................. 32.00
1632.*OHLSSON: Liszt - The Two Concerti. Atzmon/NPO. [quad] Angel S-37145. FS ............................ 5.00
1633.*OROZCO: Rachmaninoff Concerto #3. De Waart/RPO. Philips 6500 540. A- to A(c/c)................... 8.00
1634. PENNARIO: Contemporary Piano Sonatas: Prokofiev (#3); Bartok (1926); Miklos Rosza. Cap
P-8376. A- ................................................................................................................................. 13.00
1635. PENNARIO: Debussy Piano Pieces (10). Capitol P-8451. A- ........................................................... 10.00
1636.*PERAHIA: Mendelssohn - Sonata, Op.6; Prelude & Fugue; Variations Serieuses; Rondo
Capriccioso. [dig; Dutch pressing] CBS IM-37838. A- to A......................................................... 6.00
1637. PETRI: Franck - Prelude, Chorale & Fugue. Medtner - Two Dances; Danza Festiva. Busoni Indian Fantasy. Liszt - Three Petrarch Sonatas (#47, #104 & #123). [From Swiss radio
broadcasts, 1957-58; Franck in is stereo] dell'Arte DA-9009. FS ................................................ 12.00
1638.*POSTNIKOVA: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1 & #3. Rozhdestvensky/Vienna Sym. [dig] [Dutch
press] London 410 112-1. A- to A ............................................................................................... 8.00
1639. RACHMANINOFF: Complete Rachmaninoff, Vol. 1: (Acoustic Recordings, 1919-1924).
Rachmaninoff Concerto #2 (Stokowski/Phila: 1st recording). Also short works by
Rachmaninoff (11), Chopin (10), Tchaikovsky (3), Liszt, Mozart, Scarlatti, Daquin, Bizet,
Saint-Saens, Kreisler, Mendelssohn, Grieg, Dohnanyi, Moszkowski, Debussy. [Includes
four previously unpublished recordings, including a portion of the 2nd concerto.] RCA
ARM3-0260(3). A- .................................................................................................................... 18.00
1640. RACHMANINOFF: Complete Rachmaninoff, Vol. 2: Solo works by Rachmaninoff (17), Bach
(2), Mendelssohn, Kreisler, Schubert, Moussorgsky, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky, Beethoven (2),
Borodin, Scriabin, Handel, Mozart. [With five previously unpublished recordings, including
1938 amateur recording (from a party) of his Polka Italienne in duet with Mrs.
Rachmaninoff!] RCA ARM3-0261(3). A-(c/c) ........................................................................... 18.00
1641. RACHMANINOFF: Complete Rachmaninoff, Vol. 3: Chopin Sonata in b-flat; Two Waltzes;
Ballade; Nocturne; Mazurka; Waltz. Schumann - Carnaval. Solo works by Chopin-Liszt(2),
Schubert-Liszt(2), Liszt(2), Kreisler, Mendelssohn(3), Schubert, J.Strauss, Gluck,
Schumann-Tausig & Paderewski. [With fourteen previously unpublished 78-rpm sides.]
RCA ARM3-0294(3). A- ........................................................................................................... 14.00
1642. RACHMANINOFF: Complete Rachmaninoff, Vol. 4: Sonatas for Violin & Piano by Grieg(#3),
Beethoven(#8) & Schubert (all with Kreisler). Rachmaninoff conducts his Symphony #3 &
Isle of the Dead (Phila). RCA ARM3-0295(3). A-..................................................................... 14.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1643. RACHMANINOFF: Complete Rachmaninoff, Vol. 5: The Four Concerti & Paganini Rhapsody.
Phila conducted by Stokowski (in #2 & Rhapsody); Ormandy in rest. RCA ARM30296(3). A-(brief lgt thumps fr press blem beg Pag Rhap) .......................................................... 16.00
1644. RACHMANINOFF: Short works by Chopin(3), Mendelssohn(2), Bach, Handel,
Rachmaninoff(4), Tchaikovsky, Schubert & J.Strauss, Jr. [rec 1927-42] [SD labels] RCA
LM-2587. A-(brief tks beg sd 1) .................................................................................................. 6.00
1645.*RACHMANINOV: Chopin - 2 Waltzes; Scherzo; Nocturne. Works of Bach, BeethovenRubinstein, Gluck, Mendelssohn, Henselt, Schubert(3); Star-Spangled Banner. [from
Ampico piano rolls made 1919-33] Oiseau-Lyre 414 122. A- to A(Dutch pressing) .................... 10.00
1646. RICHTER: Liszt - Feux Follets; Valses Oubliees #1 & #2; Harmonies du Soir. Schubert Moment Musical, Op.94, #1; Impromptus, Op.90, #1 & #4. [live, Sofia; Feb 25, 1958] Col
ML-5396. A-("6-eyes" labels) ...................................................................................................... 6.00
1647.*RICHTER: Rachmaninoff - Concerto #2 (Wislocki/Warsaw Phil); Six Preludes. DGG 138
076. A- to A(c/c; fine Italian pressing) ......................................................................................... 6.00
1648. RICHTER: Schumann - Humoresque. Franck - Prelude, Chorale & Fugue. Monitor MC-2022.
A- ................................................................................................................................................ 5.00
1649. RICHTER: Schumann - Waldszenen; Fantasiestucke (6); March. Decca DL-9921. A- ........................ 6.00
1650.*RICHTER-HAASER: Beethoven - Diabelli Variations, Op.120. Seraphim S-60027. A- .................... 8.00
1651.*RICHTER-HAASER: Schubert Sonata #14 & #19. [notes French only] Harmonia Mundi HM10063. A- .................................................................................................................................. 10.00
1652.*RUBINSTEIN: Beethoven Sonata #18. Schumann Fantasiestucke. RCA ARL1-2397. A-(demo
copy; minor cover scuffs) ............................................................................................................. 7.00
1653.*RUBINSTEIN: Beethoven Sonata #18. Schumann Fantasiestucke. RCA AGL1-4892. A- ................. 8.00
1654. RUBINSTEIN: Brahms Concerto #2. Rowicki/Warsaw Phil. [Live, 2/22/60] Fonit Cetra
DOC-10. A-............................................................................................................................... 12.00
1655.*RUBINSTEIN: Chopin - Fantaisie in f; 3 Nouvelles Etudes; Bolero; Barcarolle; Berceuse;
Tarentelle. [WD labels] RCA LSC-2889. A- ................................................................................ 7.00
1656. RUBINSTEIN: Chopin - Nocturnes #1 - #19. [rec 1936/37] Electrola 1C187-00 162/63(2). FS ....... 18.00
1657. RUBINSTEIN: Chopin Concerti #1 & #2. Barbirolli/LSO. [1937; 1931] Electrola 1C053-01
172. A- to A ................................................................................................................................ 6.00
1658.*RUBINSTEIN: Chopin Concerto #2; Grand Fantasy. Ormandy/Phila. RCA LSC-3055. A- ............. 7.00
1659. RUBINSTEIN: Liszt - Funerailles; Mephisto Waltz; Valse Impromptu; Liebestraum #3;
Hungarian Rhapsodies #10 & 12; Consolation #3. [SD labels] RCA LM-1905. A- ....................... 6.00
1660.*RUBINSTEIN: Schumann - Symphonic Etudes; Arabesque. Ravel - Forlane. Debussy - La Plus
que Lente. Albeniz - Navarra. RCA ARL1-3850. A- .................................................................... 8.00
1661. RUBINSTEIN: Schumann Concerto. Steinberg/RCA Orch. [early labels] RCA LM-1050. A(lovely!) ..................................................................................................................................... 18.00
RUBINSTEIN: See also #912, 968, 1008, 1010-1, 1022, 1026, 1032, 1043, 1050-1, 1067,
1073, 1114, 1370, 1374, 1379, 1395, 1758.
1662. SCHNABEL: Beethoven Piano Concerti (complete). Sargent/LSO & LPO. [labels only credit
LSO, but #2-#4 were with LPO; not notes enclosed - as issued??] Top Classic Historia HC650/1-4(4). A- ........................................................................................................................... 13.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1663. SCHNABEL: Beethoven SonatasVol.1: #1 - 7. [rec1933-35] EMI RLS-753(3). A- to A ................. 20.00
1664. SCHNABEL: Beethoven Sonatas, Vol.3: #16-#22; #24. [recorded 1932-35; LP transfers by
Keith Hartwick] EMI RLS-755(3). FS! ...................................................................................... 20.00
1665. SCHNABEL: Mozart Concerto #20 & #24 (Susskind/PO; 1948); #27 (Barbirolli/LSO;
1934); Concerto for Two Pianos, K.365 (K.U.Schnabel; Boult/LSO; 1936). EMI EX-29
0072 3(2). A- to A ..................................................................................................................... 20.00
1666. SCHNABEL: Schubert - Piano Quintet (Pro Arte Quar Members); Five Marches & Rondo in
A (with Karl Ulrich Schnabel); Piano Sonata #17; Impromptus #1-#4; Allegretto in c.
EMI RLS-7713(3). A- to A ....................................................................................................... 16.00
1667.*SEREBRIAKOV: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Mravinsky/Leningrad Phil. Saga FID-2021. A- ...... 12.00
1668.*SERKIN: Reger - Bach Variations & Fugue. Haydn Sonata, Hob. XVI: 50. [dig] CBS IM39562. A- to A ............................................................................................................................ 5.00
1669.*SLOBODYANIK: Prokofiev Sonata #6. Haydn Sonata #48. Chopin 4 Mazurkas. Mel-Angel
SR-40109. FS................................................................................................................................... 5.00
1670. SOLOMON: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Dobrowen/PO. [early labels] RCA LHMV-1028. A(superb!) .................................................................................................................................... 15.00
1671. WEBER: Falla - Nights in the Gardens of Spain. Franck Symphonic Variations. Fricsay/Berlin
Radio. [tulip] DGG DGM-19098. A-(rubs in Falla do not sound) .............................................. 10.00
1672.*WEISSENBERG: Prokofiev Concerto #3. Ravel - Concerto in G. Ozawa/Paris Orch. Angel
S-36785. A- ................................................................................................................................. 8.00
1673.*WILD: Paderewski - Piano Concerto (Fiedler/LSO); Fantaisie Polonaise. RCA LSC-3190. A- ......... 5.00
1674.*ZACHARIAS: Mozart Concerto #22 & #23. Zinman/Dresden. [dig; DMM] EMI AE-34494.
A- to A ...................................................................................................................................... 10.00
LP's: Organ
1675.*BIGGS: Music of Jubilee – 12 Bach pcs. Rozsnyai/Col Ch Sym. Col MS-6615. A- ....................... 12.00
1676.*BIGGS: Sweelinck - Variations on Popular Songs (6). [Organ of Busch-Reisinger Museum,
Harvard] Col MS-6337. A-(early "2-eyes" labels)....................................................................... 10.00
1677.*FOX: "The Virgil Fox Bach Book." Eight works performed either at Riverside Church in New
York, or on the Royal Albert Hall organ. RCA ARL1-0476. A- ................................................... 9.00
1678.*GIL: Alain - Fantaisies #1 & #2; Trois Danses; Deux Danses a Agni Yavishta. [StSolomon/St-Gregoire de Pithiviers; French notes] Pathe 2C069-12798. A- .................................. 8.00
1679. KING OF INSTRUMENTS VOLUME 1: The American Classic Organ. Narrated by G.
Donald Harrison. Aeolian - Skinner XTV-20204. B to B+(varies) .............................................. 11.00
1680.*LITAIZE: Messaien - L'Ascension; Nativite de Seigneur; Apparitionde l'Eglise Eternelle. [Saint
Francois-Xavier, Paris] Musica Sacra AMS-40/41(2). A- to A ................................................... 19.00
1681.*PRESTON: Liszt - Prelude & Fugue on B.A.C.H.; Fantasia & Fugue on the Chorale "Ad os, ad
salutarem undam." [Hull City Hall] Argo ZRG-503. A- ................................................................ 8.00
1682.*TACHEZI: Mozart - Two Church Sonatas; five more short works. Ch Ens. [Organ of Piarists'
Church, Vienna] Telefunken SAWT-9555-B. FS .......................................................................... 5.00
1683. VIDERO: Buxtehude - Preludes & Fugues (3); Chorale Preludes (3); Fantasias (2); Chaconne in
c. [Church of the Monastery, Soro, Denmark] EMI ALPC-4. A- .................................................. 9.00
LP's: Conductors
1684. ANCERL: Shostakovich 7th. CPO. Parliament PLP-127(2). A-- ........................................................ 9.00
1685.*ANSERMET: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Sutherland; Proctor; Dermota; Van Mill; OSR;
Chos. London STS-15089. A-(U.S. pressing) .............................................................................. 9.00
1686. ANSERMET: Prokofiev - Classical Symphony. OSR. [10-inch] London LD-9114. B+ .................... 10.00
ANSERMET: See also #25, 248, 760, 761, 772, 773, 775-80, 782, 808, 828, 830,
833, 837-8, 1391, 1623.
1687. ARGENTA: Espana, Volume # 6: Breton - Escenas Andaluzas; En la Alhambra (Serenade);
Bolero; La Dolores - Jota. Gran Orquesta Sinfonica. London LL-1701. A- ............................. 15.00
ARGENTA: See also #758, 763, 827, 830, 1687.
1688.*BARBIROLLI: Elgar - Introduction & Allegro; Serenade for Strings. Vaughan Williams Tallis & Greensleeves Fantasias. Allegri Quar; Sinf of London Strings. [blue labels]
Angel S-36101. A-(s/s) ................................................................................................................ 7.00
1689. BARBIROLLI: Haydn - Symphony #104. Mozart - Serenade, K.525. Elgar - Introduction &
Allegro. Purcell - Hornpipe from "The Married Beau." The John Barbirolli Chamber
Orchestra. [among Barbirolli's very first records as a conductor, these were recorded in
1928/29] The Barbirolli Society SJB-104. A- to A ..................................................................... 20.00
1690.*BARBIROLLI: Vaughan Williams: Symphony #2. Halle Orch. Pye GSGC-2035. A-...................... 12.00
1691.*BARENBOIM: Saint-Saens - Symphony #3. Litaize (playing organ of Chartres Cathedral,
synchronized); CSO. [D] DGG 2530 619. A- to A....................................................................... 9.00
1692.*BARSHAI: Bartok Divertimento. Vivaldi - 2 Concerti Grossi. Moscow Ch Orch. Decca SDD417. A- ...................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1693. BEECHAM: A BEECHAM ANTHOLOGY. Memorial tribute with recordings from 1915
(amazingly fine-sounding Magic Flute Overture) through 1958, including the 1937 Berlioz
"Ballet des Sylphes" where Beecham's post-take comment is clearly audible. Highlights
include live performance of Polovetsian Dances, Leeds Festival, 1934; Chabrier Joyeuse
Marche; finale of Don Quixote (Tortelier); end of Sibelius 2nd finale (all RPO, 1946-8);
Church Scene from live ROHCG Meistersinger, 1936; Delius' Evening Voices w/Labbette,
soprano; Beecham playing piano. [blue labels] Angel 3621(2). A- .............................................. 32.00
1694.*BEECHAM: Balakirev - Symphony #1. Borodin - Polovtsian Dances. RPO (with Beecham
Choral Soc in Borodin). EMI SXLP-30171. A- .......................................................................... 16.00
1695.*BEECHAM: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique. ORTF. EMI SXLP-30295. A- ................................ 18.00
1696.*BEECHAM: Berlioz - The Trojans: Royal Hunt & Storm; Trojan March. Delibes - Le Roi
s'Amuse, Ballet Music. Bizet - Symphony in C. ORTF (in Bizet); RPO (in the rest). EMI
SXLP-30260. A-........................................................................................................................ 18.00
1697. BEECHAM: Bizet - Carmen & Fair Maid of Perth Suites. Franck - Chasseur Maudit. RPO.
British CBS 61877. A- ............................................................................................................... 15.00
1698.*BEECHAM: Delius - Irmelin Prelude; Summer Evening. Sibelius - Tapiola. Dvorak - Legend
#3. Grieg - Symphonic Dance Op.64, #2. RPO. Faure - Pavane. ORTF. Sera S-60000. A(s/s) ............................................................................................................................................. 8.00
1699. BEECHAM: Delius - North Country Sketches; Eventyr. RPO. [demo copy] Col ML-4637. A(little or no snd fr lt blem; back cov writing) ............................................................................... 10.00
1700. BEECHAM: Delius - Piano Concerto (Betty Beecham, piano); A Song of the High Hills
(Luton Choir). RPO. [PD labels] RCA LVT-1045. A-(superb) ................................................ 17.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1701. BEECHAM: Delius - Koanga (closing scene); Eventyr; Paris (The Song of a Great City).
RPO & Cho. British CBS 61271. A- ......................................................................................... 10.00
1702. BEECHAM: Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony. RPO. Col ML-4626. A--("6-eyes" labels) ...... 11.00
1703. BEECHAM: Handel - Faithful Shepherd Suite. Haydn - Symphony #93. RPO. Col ML-54374.
A-("6-eyes;" 1st copy I've had in 14 years!) ................................................................................ 16.00
1704.+BEECHAM: Haydn - Symphonies #93 - #98. RPO. [in electronic stereo; Capitol calls it
"Duophonic," with cover sticker proclaiming their "electronic advance." From my database,
it would appear that they later issued this under the regular "SGCR" prefix and were much
less forthcoming about the fact it was not in true stereo. Interesting relic of the short-lived
fake-stereo period.] Capitol DGCR-7127(3). A- ........................................................................ 16.00
1705. BEECHAM: Overtures - Semiramide (Phila); Merry Wives of Windsor (Col Sym); Ruy Blas;
Hebrides; La Cambiale di Matrimonio; Morning, Noon & Night in Vienna (last four with
RPO). [In special sleeve which identifies this disc as a limited edition bonus for Columbia
Record Club members; label is red-white-and-black "6-eyes" design] Col CB-1. B+ ................... 13.00
1706.*BEECHAM: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. RPO. [classic!] [blue labels] Angel S-35505.
A- .............................................................................................................................................. 16.00
1707. BEECHAM: Sibelius - Symphony #7. RODZINSKI: Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. NYP in both.
[blue labels] Col ML-4086. A- to B++(superlative copy for this issue) ....................................... 28.00
1708.*BEECHAM: Favorite Overtures - Gazza Ladra; Midsummer Night's Dream; Cambiale di
Matrimonio; Fair Melusina; Corsaire. RPO. [Nice cover portrait of Beecham] Capitol SG7251. A- .................................................................................................................................... 14.00
1709. BEECHAM: Music from Films. Honeymoon (1958: Sarasate - Zapateado; Falla - El Amor
Brujo; Theoradakis - Lovers of Teruel); The Red Shoes (1949); For Whom the Gods Love
(1934: Mozart Arias). Misc orchs. Sirius 5022. A-(test pressing; includes cover art as
issued) ....................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1710. BERNSTEIN: Bernstein - Symphony #1 ("Jeremiah;" Merriman, soprano; St.Louis Sym);
Facsimile - Choreographic Essay (RCA Victor Sym). [mono-only recordings] British RCA
SMA-7002. A-............................................................................................................................. 9.00
1711.*BERNSTEIN: Bernstein - West Side Story Dances; Candide Overture. Schuman - American
Festival Overture. Barber - Adagio. LAPO. DGG 2532 085. A- to A ........................................ 10.00
1712.*BERNSTEIN: Brahms - Symphony #4. NYP. Col MS-6479. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) .................... 11.00
1713.*BERNSTEIN: Copland - Organ Symphony (Biggs). Bernstein - Serenade for Violin, Strings,
Harp & Percussion (Stern). NYP. Col MS-7058. A- ................................................................... 8.00
1714.*BERNSTEIN: Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue (Bernstein, piano also; Col Sym); American in
Paris (NYP). Col MS-6091. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; demo copy).............................................. 11.00
1715.*BERNSTEIN: Harris - Symphony #3. Bernstein - Symphony #1. Tourel (in Bernstein); NYP.
Col MS-6303. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels) .............................................................................. 16.00
1716.*BERNSTEIN: Mahler - Symphony #3. Lipton; NYP; Schola Cantorum Women's Voices;
Church of Tranfiguration Boys' Choir. Col M2S-675. A-("2-eyes" labels) ............................. 22.00
1717.*BERNSTEIN: Mahler - Symphony #6 & #9. NYP. Col M3S-776(3). A-("2-eyes" labels; minor
box scuffs) ................................................................................................................................. 18.00
1718.*BERNSTEIN: Mahler - Symphony #8. Soloists; LSO & Cho; Misc other Chos. Col M2S751(2). A-("2-eyes") .................................................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1719.*BERNSTEIN: Overtures - Leonore #3, Semiramide, Oberon, Ruy Blas & Benvenuto Cellini.
NYP. Col MS-6223. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s)........................................................................ 9.00
1720.*BERNSTEIN: Poulenc - Gloria (Blegen; NYP; Westminster Cho). Stravinsky - Symphony of
Psalms (LSO; English Bach Festival Cho). Col M-34551. A- .................................................... 7.00
1721. BLECH: Overtures - Cosi fan Tutti, Impresario, Forza, Figaro, Meistersinger, Rienzi &
Tannhauser. Strauss - Rosenkavalier Waltzes. Discophilia DIS-KI-B-1. A- .................................. 5.00
1722. BLECH: Strauss - Death & Transfiguration. Brahms - 2 Hungarian Dances. Dvorak - 2
Slavonic Dances. BSOO. Mendelssohn - 2 Songs w/o Words; Finale, Symphony #4. LSO.
Past Masters PM-14. A- to A....................................................................................................... 9.00
1723.*BOHM: Haydn - Symphony # 88 & #89. VPO. DGG 2530 343. A- to A ........................................ 11.00
1724.*BOHM: Mozart - Symphony #38 & #39. VPO. DGG 2531 206. A-(c/c) ........................................... 5.00
1725.+BOHM: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. Dresden State Orch. Heliodor 89 644. A-(British
pressing) ...................................................................................................................................... 5.00
1726.*BOULEZ: Berlioz - Royal Hunt & Storm; Overtures: Benvenuto Cellini, Roman Carnival,
Beatrice & Benedict (& Entr'acte). NYP. Col M-31799. FS ......................................................... 4.00
1727.*BOULEZ: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. NYP. Col M-31076. FS............................................................. 6.00
1728.*BOULT: Britten - Four Sea Interludes & Passacaglia from "Peter Grimes." Elgar - Falstaff.
LPO. Pye GSGC-14059. A- ........................................................................................................ 8.00
1729. BOULT: Delibes - Naila Waltz; Coppelia & Sylvia Suites. PSOL. West XWN-18241. A- .................. 9.00
1730. BOULT: Elgar - Falstaff; Cockaigne Overture. Philharmonic Promenade Orch. West XWN18526. A- .................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1731. BOULT: Elgar - Symphony #1; Enigma Variations; Falstaff; Wand of Youth, Suite #1; Nursery
Suite; Dream Children; Pomp & Circumstance Marches #1-#5; Overtures: In the South &
Froissart. LPO. [recorded 1949-55] EMI RLS-7716(4). A- to A ............................................... 18.00
1732. BOULT: Elgar - Symphony #2. Chopin-Elgar - Funeral March. BBC Sym. [recorded 1944 &
1932; DMM] EMI ED-29 0355 1. A- to A .................................................................................. 8.00
1733. BOULT: Elgar - Three Bavarian Dances; Chanson de Nuit; Chanson du Matin. Arnold - English
Dances. LPO. London LL-1335. A- ............................................................................................ 8.00
1734. BOULT: Holst - Perfect Fool Ballet Suite. Bax - Tintagel. Butterworth - A Shropshire Lad; On
the Banks of Green Willow. LPO. London CM-9122. A- ............................................................ 8.00
1735. BOULT: Holst - The Planets. Elgar - Introduction & Allegro for Strings. BBC Sym. [recorded
1945 & 1937, respectively][DMM] EMI ED-29 0725 1. A- to A ................................................. 8.00
1736. BOULT: Holst - The Planets. BBC Sym. [issued 8/52; deleted 3/56] RCA LHMV-1002.
B(mostly plays much better, but some scrs) .................................................................................. 7.00
1737. BOULT: Sibelius - Nightride & Sunrise; Prelude to The Tempest; Oceanides; Tapiola;
Finlandia. PPOL. Vanguard VRS-490. A- ................................................................................... 6.00
1738. BOULT: Vaughan Williams - Old King Cole (ballet); The Wasps (incidental music).
Philharmonic Promenade Orch. West WL-5228. B++ .............................................................. 6.00
1739.*BOULT: Vaughan Williams: Symphony #1 (Armstrong; Case; LPO Cho); Wasps Suite.
Boult/LPO & Cho. [Great to hear the whole Wasps suite!] [blue labels] Angel SB3739(2). A-.................................................................................................................................. 8.00
1740. BOULT: Vaughan Williams: Symphony #1 (Baillie, soprano; Cameron, baritone); LPO Cho;
Incidental Music to "The Wasps." LPO (in all). London CMA-7205(2). A- ............................... 19.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1741. BOULT: Vaughan Williams: Symphony #3. Ritchie; Boult/LPO. [1st recording] London CM9063. A- ...................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1742. BOULT: Vaughan Williams: Symphony #4. LPO. London LL-974. A- .............................................. 8.00
1743.*BOULT: Wagner - Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music; Act 3 Preludes from Tristan &
Tannhauser; Ride of the Valkyries; Forest Murmurs. LPO. Angel S-36998. A- ............................ 6.00
1744. BOULT: Walton - The Wise Virgins Suite; Scapino & Portsmouth Point Overtures. LPO.
London LL-1165. A-(superficial marks cause little or no sound) .................................................. 8.00
1745. BUSCH: Beethoven - Symphony #7. Vienna Symphony. [Live; October 15, 1950] Relief RL832. FS ...................................................................................................................................... 18.00
1746. BUSCH: Strauss - Four Last Songs (Jurinac; Stockholm Phil; 1951). Beethoven - Piano
Concerto #4, 1st movement (Serkin; Danish Radio Orch; 1933); Schumann - Symphony
#4; Berlioz - Benvenuto Cellini Overture; Reger - Hiller Variations (all NWDR; 1951).
Discocorp RR-487(2). A-(occ tks in Schumann) ........................................................................ 14.00
1747. CANTELLI: Beethoven - Piano Concerti #1 (Serkin, 1953); #4 (Backhaus, 1956); #5
(Gieseking, 1956). All with NYP (live concerts). Fonit Cetra DOC-54(2). A- to A ................... 25.00
1748. CANTELLI: Debussy - La Mer; 2 Nocturnes; Afternoon of a Faun. PO. Sera 60077. A-(mono
only) ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1749. CANTELLI: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2; Pavane. Debussy - Prelude to the Afternoon
of a Faun. Dukas - Sorcerer's Apprentice. PO. [notes in French only] Trianon 2C02703759. A- to A .......................................................................................................................... 16.00
1750. CANTELLI: Schumann - Symphony #4. Brahms - Symphony #3. PO. [The Brahms is in true
stereo: its first stereo issue here (along with Seraphim issue in U.S.) World Record Club
SH-315. A- ................................................................................................................................ 15.00
1751.*CASALS: Beethoven - Symphony #6. Mozart - Symphony #31. Marlboro Festival Orch.
[live] Discocorp RR-226. A- ...................................................................................................... 12.00
1752.*CHAILLY: Rossini Overtures - Scala, Wm Tell, Gazza, Turco, Scala, Signore Bruschino,
Italiana in Algeri. National Phil. [dig] London LDR-71034. A- to A(Dutch pressing).................. 7.00
1753. COLLINS: Elgar - Falstaff. LSO. Decca LXT-2940. A-................................................................... 10.00
1754. COLLINS: Sibelius - Symphony #5. LSO. [10-inch] Decca BR-3068. A-......................................... 10.00
1755.*DAVIS: Dvorak - Symphony #7. ACO. Philips 9500 132. A- to A .................................................... 8.00
1756.*DAVIS: Mozart - Symphony #25, #29 & #32 (Overture). LSO. Philips 835 262. A- to A ................. 8.00
1757.*DAVIS: Stravinsky - Orpheus; Jeu de Cartes. Erich Gruenberg, violin solo in Orpheus. LSO.
Philips 6527 159. A- to A ............................................................................................................ 8.00
1758. DE SABATA: Beethoven - Symphonies #5 & #8. Schumann - Piano Concerto (Arrau).
Rachmaninov - Paganini Rhapsody (Rubinstein). Sibelius - Symphony #1. Unidentified
Orchestra (but probably NYP). [Live, 1950-51] Discocorp IGI-297(3). A- ............................... 25.00
1759. DE SABATA: Beethoven - Symphony #3. Berlioz - Roman Carnival Overture. Sibelius - En
Saga; Valse Triste. Wagner - Ride. LPO. [May 1946; the En Saga is especially riveting]
Richmond RS-62022(2). A- ....................................................................................................... 18.00
1760.*DOHNANYI: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4; Overtures - Hebrides, Calm Sea & Prosperous
Voyage. VPO. [dig] Decca SXDL-7500. A- to A ........................................................................ 6.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1761.*DORATI: Gershwin (arr. Bennett) - Porgy & Bess, Symphonic Picture. Grofe - Grand Canyon
Suite. Detroit Sym. [dig] London 410 110-1. A- to A(Dutch pressing) ........................................ 9.00
DORATI: See also #163, 824, 834, 839, 857, 864, 867, 870, 873, 876-8, 880-1, 885-7,
889, 891, 893, 1080, 1105, 1156, 1173, 1305, 1309, 1608.
1762.*FIEDLER: Walton - Facade. Tony Randall, recitation; Col Ch Ens. Col M-33980. A- .................. 10.00
FIEDLER: See also #26, 847, 850, 899, 956, 964, 966-7, 973, 1007, 1012, 1016, 1018,
1021, 1023, 1027, 1031, 1035, 1037, 1065, 1078, 1083, 1114, 1117, 1628,
1673, 1762.
1763.*FOURNET: Ravel - La Valse. Debussy - Afternoon of a Faun. Ibert - Escales. Chabrier Espana. Tokyo Metropolitan Sym. [early digital; rec Sept, 1980] Denon OX-7213. A- to
A(minor cov scuffs) ................................................................................................................... 12.00
1764. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphonies #1 - #9; Overtures - Leonore #2 & #3; Coriolan;
Fidelio. Schwarzkopf; Hongen; Hopf; Edelmann; Bayreuth Festival Orch & Cho (in
#9; live, 1951); Stockholm Philharmonic (in #8; live, Stockholm; 1948); BPO (in Leonore
#2); VPO (in rest; #2 is live, London; 1948); [rec 1947-54] [DMM] Electrola 29 0660 3(6).
FS.............................................................................................................................................. 40.00
1765. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #3. VPO [rec 1944] Turnabout TV-4343. A-(jacket
mistakenly identifies orch as Berlin) ............................................................................................. 8.00
1766. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #4. BPO. [The jacket states that this is a concert
performance from 1945; in fact it comes from 1943. Vox obtained concert tapes of this and
the Franck Symphony without authorization from Furtwangler, who sued and had the LP's
quickly suppressed. VERY scarce item! This copy has six ticks from pressing blemish early
in 1st movement, otherwise grades A--, quite stunningly fine for a 1951 release, probably
issued without inner sleeve.] Vox PL-7210. A--(but see preceding) ........................................... 150.00
1767. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #6. Brahms - Haydn Variations. VPO. [Live; 1943]
[DMM] Electrola 29 0666 1. FS ................................................................................................ 16.00
1768. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Anders; Briem; Hongen; Watzke; BPO; Kittel
Cho. [Live, March 1942] Brahms - Haydn Variations. BPO. [Live, Dec 1943] Unicorn
UNI-100/101(2). A- to A........................................................................................................... 20.00
1769.+FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Schwarzkopf; Hongen; Hopf; Edelmann;
Bayreuth Festival Orchestra & Chorus. [Live; July 29, 1951; German-only notes;
complimentary copy from Continental Bank, commemorating opening of a Munich branch]
Electrola 1C047-00811/12(2). A- to A....................................................................................... 16.00
1770. FURTWANGLER: Hindemith - "Harmonie der Welt" Symphony (VPO; Salzburg Festival;
1953); Concerto for Orchestra (BPO; Titania Palast, Berlin; 6/20/1950). [both recorded in
concert] Fonit Cetra FE-22. FS .................................................................................................. 20.00
1771. FURTWANGLER: STRAUSS - Till Eulenspiegel (rehearsal & recording, 1930). BRUCKNER
- Symphony #7 (1951). WAGNER - Meistersinger & Tannhauser Overtures (1949 &
1951); Parsifal - Good Friday Spell (1951). SCHUMANN - Symphony #4 (1953).
SCHUBERT - Symphony #9 (1951). BEETHOVEN - Symphony #5; Egmont Overture
(live, 1947). MOZART - Symphony #39 (1942/43). HAYDN - Symphony #88 (1951).
FURTWANGLER speaks about music (excerpts from discussions & interviews, 1950,
1951, 1954). All with Berlin Philharmonic. Berlin Philharmonic Centennial; 13-page
booklet with photos & notes in English & German] DGG 2740 260(6). A- to A(c/c) ................. 65.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1772. GERDES: Schumann - Symphony #4. CPO. [10-inch] Supraphon LPM-267. B+ to B ..................... 10.00
1773.*GIULINI: Berlioz - Romeo & Juliet (orchestral music). CSO. [fold-open album] Angel SFO36038. A- .................................................................................................................................... 5.00
1774.*GIULINI: Boccherini - Symphony in c; Overture in D. Haydn 94th. PO. [blue labels] Angel S35712. A- .................................................................................................................................... 6.00
1775.*GIULINI: Dvorak - Symphony #9. CSO. DGG 2530 881. A- to A ................................................... 8.00
1776.*GIULINI: Mahler - Das Lied von der Erde. Fassbaender; Araiza; BPO. [dig] DGG 413 4591. A- to A .................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1777.*GIULINI: Mahler - Symphony #1. CSO. [drm; DMM] Angel AE-34437. FS(c/c) ............................. 9.00
1778.*GIULINI: Moussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition. Prokofiev Classical Sym. CSO.
DGG 2530783. A- to A .................................................................................................................... 9.00
1779. GOLOVANOV: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #1. Bolshoi Symphony Orch. West XWN-18224.
A- .............................................................................................................................................. 10.00
1780. GOLSCHMANN: Shostakovich - Symphony #1. Kabalevsky - Colas Breugnon Suite. St. Louis
Sym. Col ML-5152. A-("6-eyes" labels) .................................................................................... 10.00
1781. GOULD: A.Semprini - Mediterranean Concerto. Reginald King - Theme from "Runnymead
Rhapsody." Robert Docker - Legend. Rochester "Pops" Orchestra. [10-inch; obscure!]
Col AL-36. A-- .......................................................................................................................... 22.00
1782.*GOULD: Copland - Billy the Kid Suite & Waltz; Rodeo Excerpts. His Orch. RCA AGL11335. FS(c/c) ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
1783. HENSCHEL: Beethoven - Symphony #1 (RPO). FRIED: Beethoven - Symphony #2 (BSOO).
[Recorded 1926 & 1924 respectively] Past Masters PM-17. A- .................................................. 15.00
1784. IVANOV: Beethoven - Symphony #5. USSR Radio Orch. [notes in Cyrillic only] Melodiya
33CM-04287-88. A--(little or no sound from sd 2 blems) ........................................................... 10.00
1785. JALAS: (Jussi): Sibelius - Pelleas et Melisande; Karelia Suite. Berlin Radio Orchestra. [The
conductor's name is given here as "Jussi Blomstedt," which was in fact his original name. He
changed it to "Jalas" in 1943. He was married to Sibelius' daughter, and of course was
always primarily associated with Sibelius.] Urania URLP-7038. A- to B+................................... 16.00
1786.*JALAS: Sibelius - In Memoriam; Four Legends of the Kalevala. Jalas/Hungarian State Orch.
London CS-6955. A- ................................................................................................................... 8.00
1787.*JEAN: (Kenneth): Brahms - Hungarian Dances (complete). Hong Kong Phil. [recorded 1982;
dig; notes in Japanese only; Jean was Associate Conductor of the CSO from 1986-93]
Camerata CMT-3020. A- to A ................................................................................................... 10.00
1788. JOCHUM: Wagner - Overtures to Dutchman & Tannhauser; Tristan Prelude & Liebestod;
Meistersinger Preludes to Acts I & III. BVRS. Epic LC-3485. A-................................................ 6.00
1789. KABASTA: Dohnanyi - Symphonic Minutes. Berger - Legend of Prince Eugen. Beethoven Coriolan Overture. Verdi - Forza Overture. Wagner - Traume; Albumblatt. Oswald
Kabasta/Munich Phil. [recorded 1938-43] Past Masters PM-25. A- ........................................ 15.00
1790.*KARAJAN: Bartok - Music for Strings, Percussion & Celeste. HINDEMITH: Mathis der
Maler. BPO. Angel S-35949. A-(earliest red U.S. labels) ........................................................... 12.00
1791.*KARAJAN: Beethoven - Symphony #3. BPO [tulip labels] DGG 138 802. A- to A(s/s) .................... 9.00
1792.*KARAJAN: Brahms - Symphony #3; Haydn Variations. BPO. [Grand Prix du Disque] DGG
138 926. A- to A(c/c) .................................................................................................................. 9.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1793.*KARAJAN: Bruckner - Symphony #3. BPO. [dig] DGG 2532 007. A- to A(demo) ........................ 12.00
1794.*KARAJAN: Franck Symphony. Orch de Paris. La Voix de Son Maitre C 069-02034. FS(foldopen album) ................................................................................................................................. 9.00
1795.*KARAJAN: Strauss (J) - Blue Danube, Artists' Life, Accelerations Waltzes; Eljen a Magyar,
Thunder & Lightning, Leichtes Blut Polkas; Persian March; Fledermaus Overture. BPO.
[dig] DGG 2532 025. A- to A ...................................................................................................... 8.00
1796.*KARAJAN: Tchaikovsky - Symphonies #1, #2 & #3. BPO. DGG 2709 101(3). FS ......................... 16.00
1797.*KEILBERTH: Beethoven - Symphony #3. Hamburg State Philharmonic. Telefunken TCS18003. A-- ................................................................................................................................... 6.00
1798. KEILBERTH: Schubert - Symphony #8. Bamberg Sym. ANDRE: Beethoven - Symphony #1.
Belgian Radio Orch. Telefunken LGX-66042. A- .................................................................... 12.00
1799.*KEMPE: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Koszut; Fassbaender; Gedda; McIntyre; Munich
Philharmonic & Cho. EMI CFP-4418. FS ................................................................................. 9.00
1800.*KEMPE: Strausses - Emperor, Tales & Dynamiden Waltzes; Leichtes Blut & Im Krapfenwald
Polkas; Intermezzo from 1001 Nights. VPO. [blue labels] Angel S-35851. A-............................ 11.00
1801.*KLEIBER: (Carlos): Beethoven - Symphony #5. VPO. DGG 2530 516. A- to A ............................ 12.00
1802. KLEIBER: Beethoven - Symphony #3. VPO Decca 414 626-1. A- to A(Dutch pressing) ................. 12.00
1803. KLEMPERER: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #1 & #2. Pro Musica Ch Orch. [apparently the
trumpet part in #2 is played on saxophone (soprano?) by Marcel Mule] Vox VL-6180. B/C+ .............................................................................................................................................. 6.00
1804. KLEMPERER: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #5 & #6. Pro Musica Ch Orch. [Clough &
Cuming identify Henri Merckel as violin soloist and R.Cortet as the flute; RoesgenChampion, harpsichord] Vox VL-6220. B-/C ............................................................................. 5.00
1805.*KLEMPERER: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies; Grosse Fuge; Egmont Incidental Music
(with Nilsson, soprano); Overtures - Coriolan; Consecration of the House; Fidelio.
Lovberg; Ludwig; Kmentt; Hotter; PO Cho (in #9); PO (in all). [DMM] Electrola 29
0379 3(6). FS ............................................................................................................................ 40.00
1806.*KLEMPERER: Brahms - Symphony #3; Academic Festival Ov. PO. [blue labels] Angel S35545. FS .................................................................................................................................. 10.00
1807. KLEMPERER: Bruckner - Symphony #4. Cologne Radio. [Live; 1954] Movimento
Musica 01 052. A- to A .................................................................................................................. 12.00
1808.*KLEMPERER: Bruckner - Symphony #7. Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. PO. [blue labels]
Angel S-3626(2). A- ......................................................................................................................... 9.00
1809.*KLEMPERER: Haydn Symphony #100 & 102. NPO. [blue labels] Angel S-36364. A- ..................... 5.00
1810.*KLEMPERER: Klemperer - Merry Waltz. Weill - Three-Penny Opera Suite. J.Strauss - Vienna
Life & Emperor Waltzes; Fledermaus Overture. PO. [nice fold-open jacket, but notes in
French only] French EMI 2C069-00565. A- to A ....................................................................... 15.00
1811. KLEMPERER: Mahler - Symphony #2. Jo Vincent; Kathleen Ferrier; unidentified orch
undoubtedly ACO. [Live; Holland Festival; July 6, 1951; orig sources have some surface
noise] Discocorp IGI-374(2). A- ................................................................................................ 35.00
1812.*KLEMPERER: Mahler - Symphony #7. NPO. [blue labels] Angel SB-3740(2). A- ......................... 16.00
1813.*KLEMPERER: Mendelssohn - Midsummer Night's Dream Music. Heather Harper; Janet
Baker; PO & Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-35881. A-.................................................................. 10.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1814.*KLEMPERER: Mendelssohn - Symphony #3; Hebrides Ov. PO. Angel S-35880. A- ........................ 5.00
1815. KLEMPERER: Schubert - Symphony #4. Lamoureux Orch. MORALT: Schubert - Symphony
#5. Vienna Sym. French Vox GBY-11060. A- .......................................................................... 12.00
1816.*KLEMPERER: Schubert - Symphony #9. PO. [blue labels] Angel S-35946. A-............................... 10.00
1817. KNAPPERTSBUSCH: Beethoven - Symphony #3. BVRS. [Live, 1950] Cetra LO-512. A- to A ...............
12.00
1818. KNAPPERTSBUSCH: Wagner - Rienzi Overture; Forest Murmurs (w/Franz Lechleitner,
tenor). VPO. [10-inch] London LPS-290. B .............................................................................. 19.00
1819. KOUSSEVITZKY: Copland - Appalachian Spring; El Salon Mexico. BSO. RCA LCT-1134.
A--/A- ....................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1820. KOUSSEVITZKY: FOOTE - Suite for Strings. C.P.E.BACH - Concerto in D. VIVALDI Concerto Grosso in d from Op.3. GRIEG - Two Elegiac Melodies. BSO. [rec 1936-40]
Turnabout TV-34784. FS ............................................................................................................ 5.00
1821. KOUSSEVITZKY: Prokofiev 5th; Romeo & Juliet Suite #2. BSO. [rec 1945] RCA AVM12021. A- .................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1822. KOUSSEVITZKY: SCRIABIN - Poem d'Extase. PROKOFIEV - Scythian Suite.
RACHMANINOFF - Isle of the Dead. RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2. BSO. [live,
1945-48] Discocorp SID-711. A-............................................................................................... 24.00
1823. KOUSSEVITZKY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4 & #6. BSO. [Live, 1946] Discocorp SID730(2). A-.................................................................................................................................. 45.00
1824. KRAUSS: New Year Concert, 1954: (his final New Year Concert): Strausses - Blue Danube,
Bei uns z'Haus & Music of the Spheres Waltzes; Auf Ferienreisen, Annen &
Plappermaulchen Polkas; Radetzky March. [notes in German only] Telefunken 6.41940. Ato A ........................................................................................................................................... 15.00
1825.*KRIPS: (Henry; Josef's brother): Waldteufel Waltzes - Les Patineurs; Mon Reve; Estudiantina;
Grenadiers; Pomone; Espana. Philharmonia Promenade Orchestra. Angel S-35426. A(early U.S. red labels) .................................................................................................................. 8.00
1826.*KRIPS: Mozart - Symphony #21 & #36. ACO. Philips 6500 525. A- to A ........................................ 4.00
1827.*KRIPS: Mozart Symphony #23 & 38. ACO. Philips 6500 466. A- to A ............................................. 9.00
1828.*KRIPS: Mozart Symphony #24-26. ACO. Philips 6500 529. A- to A ................................................ 9.00
1829.*KRIPS: Mozart Symphony #32-#34. ACO Philips 6500 526. A- to A ............................................... 9.00
1830. KURTZ: Lecocq (arr. Mohaupt) - Mlle. Angot Suite. Kabalevsky - Comedians. NYP. Col ML4083. B........................................................................................................................................ 6.00
1831.*KURTZ: Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake Excerpts. Menuhin, solo violin. PO. EMI CFP-40296. FS ........ 9.00
1832. LAMBERT: Waldteufel Waltzes - Skaters, Pomona, Estudiatina & Sur la Plage. PO. [10-inch]
British Columbia 3S-1006. B/B++ ............................................................................................. 10.00
1833. LAMBERT: Walton - Facade Suite. PO. SARGENT: Elgar - Wand of Youth Suite. Liverpool
Philharmonic. [blue labels] Col ML-4793. B .............................................................................. 7.00
1834.*LEINSDORF: Mozart - Three Marches, K.408; Six Minuets, K.599; Minuet, K.409; March of
the Priests, K.620; Six German Dances, K.509. LSO. Col M-35154. A-(demo copy) ................... 8.00
1835.*LEVINE: Mahler - Symphony #4. Blegen; CSO. RCA ARL1-0895. A- ............................................ 8.00
1836.*LEVINE: Mozart - Posthorn Serenade; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. VPO. [dig] DGG 2532 098.
A- to A ........................................................................................................................................ 9.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1837.*MAAZEL: Schubert - Symphony #2, #4, #6 & #8. BPO. DGG 2726 006(2). A- to A ..................... 12.00
1838.*MACKERRAS: Aperitifs - French Concert Pieces: Espana; Fete Polonaise; Roman Carnival;
Trojan March; 3 Exc from Damnation of Faust. PO. Angel S-35750. A-(was FS/opened to
confirm early US red labels) ....................................................................................................... 15.00
1839. MALKO: Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture. Herold - Zampa Overture. Weber - Oberon Overture.
PO. [nice cover portrait of Malko] EMI DLP-1069. A- ............................................................. 13.00
MALKO: See also #913, 914, 921, 923, 927, 1401, 1839.
1840.*MARKEVITCH: Roussel - Bacchus et Ariane, Suite #2. Debussy - La Mer; Dances for Harp &
Orchestra. Lamoureux Orch. Heliodor HS-25090. FS ................................................................ 8.00
1841.*MARKEVITCH: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #1. LSO. Philips 6570 161. FS(c/c) ............................... 9.00
1842.*MARKEVITCH: Verdi Overtures - Forza, Luisa Miller, Traviata, Vespri, Giovanna, Aida;
Macbeth Ballet Music. NPO. Philips 6527 078. FS(c/c) ............................................................... 8.00
MARKEVITCH: See also #8, 917, 1597.
1843.*MARRINER: Mozart - Les Petits Riens; Overtures: Re Pastore; Lucio Silla; La Finta Semplice;
Impresario. ASMF. Angel S-36869. A- ....................................................................................... 8.00
1844. MARTINON: Lalo - Namouna Suites. LPO. Decca LXT-5114. A- ................................................. 12.00
1845.*MARTINON: Martinon - Symphony #4. Mennin - Symphony #7. CSO. [recorded 1967,
Medinah Temple] [ND; 3S/1S] RCA LSC-3043. A-................................................................... 12.00
1846.*MARTINON: Roussel - Bacchus et Ariane (complete ballet). ORTF. MHS 1244. A- ....................... 8.00
1847.*MARTINON: Roussel - Symphony #2; Pour un Fete de Printemps. ORTF. MHS 1201. A- .............. 8.00
1848. MENGELBERG: Brahms - German Requiem. Bach - St. Matthew Passion Excerpts. Vincent;
Kloos; ACO & Cho. [Concert performances] Turnabout TVM-4445/46(2). A- ........................ 22.00
1849. MENGELBERG: STRAUSS - Don Juan (11-9-38). WAGNER - Meistersinger Prelude
(1940?). SCHUBERT - Rosamunde Overture (11-30-38). BERLIOZ - 3 Excerpts from
Damnation of Faust (1942?). ACO. Past Masters PM-27. A- ....................................................... 9.00
1850. MITROPOULOS: Brahms - Haydn Variations; Academic Festival Overture (live, 1955 &
1958). FRITZ BUSCH: Brahms - Alto Rhapsody. Marian Anderson; Schola Cantorum.
(live; United Nations Hman Rights Day Concert, Metropolitan Opera; December 10, 1950).
All with NYP. [single disc taken from multi-record 1987 NYP fund-raising set; in blank
jacket; no notes beyond the data shown above] New York Philharmonic NYP-87 1/2. A- .......... 11.00
1851. MITROPOULOS: Mahler - Symphony #3. West; Cologne Radio Orch. [Live; October 24,
1960; this was apparently Mitropoulos'final concert: he died rehearsing this same work in
Milan, November 2, 1960] Fonit Cetra DOC-4(2). A- to A(ugly mark side 2 causes only
brief lgt tks) ............................................................................................................................... 20.00
1852. MITROPOULOS: Mendelssohn - Ruy Blas & Hebrides Overtures. NYP. [10-in] Col AL-52.
A-(fine!) .................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1853.*MITROPOULOS: Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet (excerpts). NYP. Col MS-6023. A-("2-eyes;" bl
cov) ............................................................................................................................................. 7.00
1854.*MITROPOULOS: Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet (excerpts). NYP. CBS 60279. A- to A(Dutch
pressing) .................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1855. MITROPOULOS: Saint-Saens - Phaeton; La Jeunesse d'Hercule; Le Rouet d'Omphale; Danse
Macabre. NYP. Col ML-5154. A-("6-eyes" labels) .................................................................... 15.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1856.*MONTEUX: Beethoven - Symphony #3. ACO. [with rehearsal excerpts] Philips 6570 204. FS ...... 15.00
1857.*MONTEUX: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Soderstrom; Resnik; Vickers; Ward; LSO; London
Bach Choir. Side 4: "A Pierre Monteux Documentary" - excerpts of rehearsals for the
recording, and at its end a full performance of La Marseillaise. Westminster WG-8364/2(2).
A- .............................................................................................................................................. 25.00
1858.*MONTEUX: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique. NDR, Hamburg. [scarce recording, made in
February 1964 (if you believe the jacket); fold-open album; Grand Prix du Disque] Festival
Classique FC-404. A- to A ......................................................................................................... 20.00
1859. MONTEUX: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique. NYP. [Live, 1959; scarce - only my second
copy ever!] Paragon LBI-53002. FS .......................................................................................... 35.00
1860. MONTEUX: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique; Benvenuto Cellini Overture. SFSO. [Recorded
1952 & 1950] French RCA GM-43359. A- to A ........................................................................ 24.00
1861.*MONTEUX: Mozart 35th & 39th. NWDR. Turnabout THS-65124. A- ............................................ 8.00
MONTEUX: See also #94, 98, 153, 784, 784, 836, 906, 907, 1000, 1003, 1040, 1042,
1046, 1057, 1060, 1111, 1114, 1116, 1119-21, 1126, 1398, 1401.
1862. MRAVINSKY: Prokofiev - Symphony #6. Leningrad Phil. Artia ALP-158. A- ................................ 5.00
1863.*MUNCH: Debussy - La Mer; Trois Nocturnes. ORTF. [fold-open album] Festival Classique
FC-408. A- .................................................................................................................................. 9.00
1864. MUNCH: Honegger - Symphony #5. Roussel - Bacchus et Ariane, Suite #2. Ravel - Pavan.
BSO. [deleted July/August 1957] RCA LM-1741. A-(few tks beg Pavane & Bacchus; s/s) ........ 17.00
1865. MUNCH: Mozart - Marriage of Figaro Overture. Schumann - Genoveva Overture. Handel Water Music Suite. Munch/BSO. [10-inch.; very early Munch/BSO (recorded 1950/51)
deleted February 1957; Mozart never available again; except for Genoveva on CD, rest
came back only on scarce promo disc for their 1962 TV series; the Mozart is Munch at his
best: incisive yet with very big-orchestra BSO feel] RCA LM-7009. B(Mozart is B+; beg of
others are briefly ticky) .............................................................................................................. 15.00
1866.*MUNCH: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2; Rapsodie Espagnole; Bolero. Orchestre de
Paris. [among Munch's final recordings] Angel S-36584. FS ........................................................ 6.00
MUNCH: See also #28, 532, 901, 946, 1001, 1006, 1009, 1013, 1025, 1030, 1058, 1062,
1064, 1068, 1074, 1076-7, 1080, 1114, 1256, 1391, 1565.
1867.*ORMANDY: Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsodies #1 & 2. Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #1 & 2.
Phila. Col MS-6018. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; demo copy) ........................................................ 12.00
1868.*ORMANDY: Mozart - Symphony #41. Schubert - Symphony #8. Phila. RCA LSC-3056.
FS(among Phila's very first new RCA's, 1969) ............................................................................ 12.00
1869. ORMANDY: Offenbach - Gaite Parisienne. Phila. [mono only; recorded 1954] Col ML-5348.
A-("2-eyes" labels) ..................................................................................................................... 12.00
1870.*ORMANDY: Rachmaninoff - Symphony #2. Phila. Col MS-6110. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ........... 12.00
1871.*ORMANDY: Smetana - Bartered Bride Overture, Scherzo & Furiant. Dvorak - Scherzo
Capriccioso. Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #1 & 2. Phila. RCA LSC-3085. FS(among the
first new Phila/RCA's, 1969) ...................................................................................................... 12.00
1872.*ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings. Borodin - Nocturne. Barber - Adagio.
Vaughan Williams - Greensleeves Fantasia. Strings of Phila. [classic!] Col MS-6224. A(early "2-eyes" labels; demo copy).............................................................................................. 16.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1873.*ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. Phila. RCA ARL1-0664. A-- ......................................... 5.00
1874.*OZAWA: Lutoslawski - Concerto for Orchestra. Janacek - Sinfonietta. CSO. Angel S-36045.
A10.00
PARAY: See #854-56, 858, 861, 869, 892, 1418.
1875. PERLEA: Debussy - La Boite a Joujoux. RIAS Symphony. Remington R-199-159. B+.................... 8.00
1876.*PREVIN: Orff - Carmina Burana. Armstrong; English; Allen; LSO/Cho. [quad] Angel S37117. A-(c/c) ............................................................................................................................. 6.00
1877.*RATTLE: Sibelius - Symphony #1; The Oceanides. City of Birmingham Sym. [dig; DMM]
German EMI 27 0309. A- ............................................................................................................ 4.00
1878. REINER: Bach Suites #1-#4 (complete). RCA Chamber Orchestra. French RCA GM43851(2). A- to A ...................................................................................................................... 45.00
1879.+REINER: Beethoven 2nd. Pittsburgh. Col P-14139. A- ................................................................... 8.00
1880. REINER: Brahms - Eight Hungarian Dances. J.Strauss - Roses from the South; Treasure Waltz;
Wiener Blut. Pittsburgh Sym. [rec 1941+46] Col ML-4116. B(but strong sound conquers
the surface noise) ....................................................................................................................... 12.00
REINER: See also #30, 275, 277, 324, 349, 725, 910, 911, 947, 977, 989, 993, 1004-5,
1008,1014-5, 1017, 1019-20, 1024, 1041, 1047, 1051, 1053, 1061, 1066,
1070-1, 1079, 1081, 1109, 1112, 1114-5, 1118, 1121, 1124-5, 1133, 1392,
1529.
1881.*RICHTER: Handel - Concerti Grossi, Op.6 - #3, #4 & #11. Munich Bach Orch. Archiv 2533
141. FS ........................................................................................................................................ 6.00
1882. RODZINSKI: "A Tribute." Memorial album includes Prelude & Liebestod from Tristan;
Siegfried's Funeral Music; Finale of Pathetique; 2nd Movement of Schubert 8th (All with
PSOL); plus, most interestingly, a brief farewell to that orchestra tape at their last recording
session. With booklet including Rodzinski/Westminster discography. West XWN-18822. A- ..... 26.00
1883. RODZINSKI: Brahms - Symphony #1. NYP. Col ML-4016. B .......................................................... 9.00
1884. RODZINSKI: Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsody #1. Liszt - Mephisto Waltz. NYP. [10-in] Col
ML-2057. B+ .............................................................................................................................. 8.00
1885.*RODZINSKI: Falla - 3-Cornered Hat, Suites #1 & 2; Ritual Fire Dance. Granados - Andaluza.
Albeniz - Navarra; El Corpus en Sevilla. RPO. Seraphim S-60021. FS(c/c) .................................. 8.00
1886. RODZINSKI: Mussorgsky/Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition. NYP. Entre RL-3119. B(beg sd 2
is B-) ........................................................................................................................................... 6.00
1887.*RODZINSKI: Russian Easter Overture; Romeo & Juliet; Russlan & Ludmilla Overture;
Khovanschina Prelude. RPO. Sera S-60074. A- ........................................................................... 8.00
1888. RODZINSKI: Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra. Wagner - Prelude & Liebestod from Tristan.
CSO. RCA LM-1060. B+(minor cover tape repair) ................................................................... 24.00
1889.*RODZINSKI: Strauss - Dance Suite After Couperin; Death & Transfiguration; Salome's
Dance. PO. [scarce in this original stereo issue] Capitol SG-7147. A-(s/s).................................. 10.00
1890. RODZINSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. PSOL. West XWN-18541. B+ ...................................... 6.00
1891.*ROSTROPOVICH: Prokofiev - Symphony #4 & #7. ORTF. [dig] Erato NUM-75322. A(demo copy) ................................................................................................................................ 6.00
1892.*ROSTROPOVICH: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. Paris Orch. Angel S-37061. FS ................... 5.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1893.*ROSTROPOVICH: Shostakovich - Symphony #5. National Sym. [dig] DGG 2532 076. FS .......... 12.00
1894.*ROSTROPOVICH: Tchaikovsky - Andante Cantabile (arr. op. posth., for cello & orchestra; of
course Slava also plays the cello part!); Capriccio Italien; Nutcracker Suite. BPO. DGG
2531 112. A- to A(c/c) .............................................................................................................. 16.00
1895. ROTHER: Piston - The Incredible Flutist. COPLAND: Appalachian Spring. Rother/Berlin
Radio Orchestra. [startling repertoire for this label; scarce!] Urania URLP-7092. A-(fine
pressing for Urania!) .................................................................................................................. 14.00
1896.*ROZHDESTVENSKY: Bartok - Miraculous Mandarin Suite; Violin Rhapsodies #1 & #2
(Cherniakhovsky). Moscow Radio Orch. Melodiya CM-02299-300. A- ................................... 7.00
1897. SAMOSUD: Napravnik - Ukrainian Cossack Dance. Oginski - Polonaise. Rubinstein - ValseCaprice. Glazounov - Concert Waltz. Weber - Invitation to the Dance. Beethoven - King
Stephen Ov. Misc Russian orchs. Melodiya M10-42627. A- ..................................................... 13.00
1898.*SANDERLING: Franck Symphony. Dresden Staatskapelle. Heliodor 2548 132. A- ...................... 10.00
1899.*SARGENT: Dvorak - Symphonic Variations. Smetana - Tabor & Blanik, from Ma Vlast. PO
(in Dvorak); RPO (in Vlast). EMI SXLP-20065. A- .................................................................. 10.00
1900. SARGENT: Elgar - Enigma Variations. Purcell (arr. Albert Coates) - Suite from the Dramatic
Music of Purcell. LSO. Decca ACL-55. A- ................................................................................ 10.00
1901.*SARGENT: Walton - Facade Suites #1 & #2. Britten - Simple Symphony; Young Person's
Guide. BBC Sym (in Guide); RPO (in others). EMI SXLP-30014. A- ...................................... 10.00
1902. SAWALLISCH: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4. Brahms Haydn Variations. Vienna Sym.
Epic LC-3731. A- ............................................................................................................................. 6.00
1903. SCHERCHEN: Brahms - Double Concerto. J.Fournier; Janigro; VSOO. West WL-5117. B+ ............ 5.00
1904. SCHERCHEN: Handel - Concerti Grossi, Op.6: #7-#9. English Baroque Orch. West XWN18084. A- .................................................................................................................................... 6.00
1905.*SCHERCHEN: Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #2, #3 & #6; Mazeppa. VSOO. [early labels]
West WST-14101. A- ................................................................................................................ 12.00
1906.*SCHERCHEN: Overtures - William Tell (Rossini) Donna Diana Reznicek); Zampa (Herold);
Fra Diavolo (Auber). VSOO. Music Guild MS-155. A- ............................................................... 6.00
1907. SCHERCHEN: The Devil in Hi Fi: Danse Macabre; Mephisto Waltz; Night on Bald Mountain;
Finale of Symphonie Fantastique. LSO (in Fantastique); VSOO (in rest). West XWN18894. A-- ................................................................................................................................. 10.00
1908.*SCHIPPERS: Strauss - Till Eulenspiegel; Don Juan; Salome's Dance; Rosenkavalier Waltzes.
Cincinnati Sym. [recorded May 1976; Schippers passed away in 1977] Turnabout QTVS35666. A- .................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1909. SILVESTRI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. PO. Angel 35487. A-(British pressing/deluxe
w/dowel spine)........................................................................................................................... 10.00
1910.*SOLTI: Strauss - Alpine Symphony. BVRS. [drm] London 414 676-1. FS(c/c) ................................. 8.00
1911.*SOLTI: The Making of a Masterwork - Solti discusses & conducts Beethoven 9th (most of
it, with comments interpolated). [Issued 1973 for CSO Society members] London CSO1000. A- .................................................................................................................................... 20.00
1912. STOKOWSKI: Bach – Brandenburg #2; Giant Fugue; Toccata & Fugue in d; 2 Preludes;
Passacaglia & Fugue in c; 2 Chorale Preludes. Phila. [rec 1927-30] dell'Arte DA-9001. Ato A ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1913.*STOKOWSKI: Bach - Chaconne; Preludio; Ein Feste Burg; Little Fugue in g; Arioso; Aria;
Sleepers, Awake; Komm, Susser Tod. LSO. RCA ARL1-0880. A-(cov scuffs) ............................ 7.00
1914.*STOKOWSKI: Bloch - Schelomo (Neikrug). Paul Ben-Haim - From Israel (Suite for
Orchestra). Sym of the Air. United Art USLP-0009. A- ............................................................ 13.00
1915.*STOKOWSKI: Brahms - Serenade #1. Sym of Air. Varese Sara VC-81050. A- to A...................... 10.00
1916.*STOKOWSKI: Brahms - Symphony #3. Houston Sym. Everest SDBR-3030. A- ............................. 8.00
1917.*STOKOWSKI: Brahms - Symphony #4; Academic Fest. NPO. [quad] RCA ARD1-0719. A(c/c) ........................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1918.*STOKOWSKI: Chopin-Stokowski - Prelude in d; Mazurka in a; Waltz in c#. Canning
(Thomas; b.1911): Fantasy on a Hymn Tune of Justin Morgan. Wagner - Wotan's Farewell
& Magic Fire Music. Houston Sym. [Stoky's orchestration of the d-minor prelude is quite
spectacular!] [late labels] Everest SDBR-3070. A- ..................................................................... 10.00
1919.*STOKOWSKI: Dvorak - Symphony #9. Two recordings: Philadelphia Orchestra (1927);
NPO (1973). [The 1927 recording includes the "outline of themes" with Stokowski
speaking and playing piano, which formed one side of the original release on Victor 78-rpm
set M-1] RCA CRL2-0334(2). A-(slight cover scuffs) ................................................................ 20.00
1920. STOKOWSKI: Liszt - Les Preludes. Schumann - Symphony #2. His Sym. [from RCA, 1947 &
1950] dell'Arte LSS-8. A- to A .................................................................................................. 13.00
1921.*STOKOWSKI: Loeffler - Pagan Poem. Schoenberg - Verklarte Nacht. Sym. Sera S-60080. A- ........ 8.00
1922.*STOKOWSKI: Prokofiev - The Ugly Duckling (Resnik, soprano); Cinderella Suite.
DEBUSSY - Children's Corner Suite. Stadium Sym of NY. [Late, very obscure Stokowski
issue] Everest SDBR-3108. A-................................................................................................... 10.00
1923.*STOKOWSKI: Shostakovich - Symphony #6; Age of Gold Suite. Stokowski/CSO. [Scott;
Goodman] RCA AGL1-5063. A-(c/c) .......................................................................................... 9.00
1924.*STOKOWSKI: STOKOWSKI'S GREATEST HITS - Russian Easter Overture, Age of Gold
Polka (CSO); Roumanian Rhapsody #1, Hungarian Rhapsody #2, Moldau, Water Music
Suite (RCA Victor Sym); Sheep May Safely Graze, Xerxes Largo, Jesu, Pilgrim's Chorus
(New Sym, London; Luboff Cho); Ride of Valkyries, Entrance of Gods into Valhalla
(Sym of the Air). RCA VCS-7077(2). A- ................................................................................. 14.00
1925.*STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. 1973 International Youth Orch. Two-disc set:
one devoted to extended rehearsal excerpts, the other to the concert given in the Royal
Albert Hall. [The rehearsal disc appears pristine, but the disc has some minor surface
sound. This has been my experience in all copies of this set I have seen.] Classics GOCLP9007(2). A-/A- to B+(see preceding note) .................................................................................. 40.00
1926.*STOKOWSKI: Vivaldi - Concerto Grosso Op.3, #11. Bach - Jesu; Sheep; Christmas Oratorio
Sinfonia . Corelli - Concerto Grosso, op.6, #8. Kipnis, harpsichord; His Orch. Van SRV363. A-(c/c) ................................................................................................................................. 8.00
1927.*STOKOWSKI: Wagner - Magic Fire Music; Rienzi Overture; Tristan Prelude & Liebestod;
Excerpts from Act III of Meistersinger. RPO. RCA ARL1-0498. A- ........................................... 9.00
1928. STOKOWSKI: WAGNER - Rienzi Overture; Lohengrin & Tristan Act I Preludes; Liebestod &
Brunnhilde's Immolation (Nilsson). ARIAS - Figaro, Prince Igor, Faust, (London); Tosca
(Nilsson); Aida (Nilsson/London). [All from live concert(s), Philadelphia orch, 1962]
PROKOFIEV - Piano Concerto #3 (Kapell; NBC Sym) [live, 2/20/1949]. Melodram
MEL-228(2). A- to A ................................................................................................................ 24.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1929.*STOKOWSKI: Wagner - Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music; Brunnhilde's Immolation.
LSO. RCA ARL1-1317. A- ......................................................................................................... 9.00
1930.*STOKOWSKI: Stokowski Encores: Clarke - Prince of Denmark's March. Rachmaninoff Prelude in c#. Byrd - Pavan. Schubert - Moment Musical #3. Dvorak - Slavonic Dance #10.
Tchaikovsky - Chant sans Paroles, Op.40: #6. Duparc - Extase. Elgar - Nimrod (from
Enigma Variations); Chopin - Mazurka in a. CPO (Dvorak, Elgar & Rachmaninov); LSO
(the rest). [rather obscure disc] London SPC-21130. A- ............................................................. 16.00
STOKOWSKI: See also #27, 29, 105, 173, 226, 368, 533, 840-46, 948, 987, 989, 1228,
1391, 1425, 1494, 1515, 1609, 1639, 1643.
1931.*SZELL: "One Hundred Men and a Perfectionist." Nine overtures, dances & complete
movements from CO recordings. Col SOG-5. A-(gold "2-eyes" labels) ........................................ 9.00
1932.*SZELL: Beethoven Overtures - Egmont; Coriolan; King Stephen; Leonore #2. CO. Col MS6966. FS ...................................................................................................................................... 6.00
1933.*SZELL: Brahms - Symphony #3; Haydn Variations. CO. Col MS-6685. A-(early "2-eyes"
labels) ........................................................................................................................................ 11.00
1934. TALICH: Dvorak - Slavonic Dances (Op.46 + 72 complete). CPO. Parliament PLP-121(2). A(nice copy!) ............................................................................................................................... 16.00
1935. TALICH: Dvorak - The Midday Witch; Cello Concerto (Rostropovich; 1st movement only).
CPO. [10-inch; German-only notes] Supraphon DSLPM-88. B ................................................... 9.00
1936. TALICH: Tchaikovsky - Suite #4 ("Mozartiana"). Slovak Philharmonic. [Venezuelan pressing
(but with English notes) of Supraphon original] Los Grandes Maestros de la Musica GMM
061. B+/A- ................................................................................................................................ 16.00
1937.*TENNSTEDT: Wagner - Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral March; Valkyries; Forest
Murmurs; Entry of the Gods; Magic Fire Music. BPO. [dig] Pathe 2C069-43010. A- to
A(notes French only) ................................................................................................................... 9.00
1938. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Symphony #3. NBC. [Carnegie, 1953; German pressing] RCA AT121. FS ...................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1939. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Symphony #6. BBC Symphony. [recorded 1937; Japanese-only
notes] Japanese EMI GR-2153. A- to A(silky pressing!) ............................................................ 20.00
1940. TOSCANINI: Debussy - La Mer; Iberia. NBC. [SD labels] RCA LM-1833. A- ............................... 14.00
1941. TOSCANINI: Debussy - La Mer; Iberia; Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun. NBC Sym [live;
2-14-53]. Fonit Cetra DOC-18. A- to A ..................................................................................... 11.00
1942. TOSCANINI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. NBC Symphony. [PL; 1S/1S] RCA VIC-1268. A- ..... 10.00
1943. TOSCANINI: Tchaikovsky - Voyevoda Overture (1941); Piano Concerto #1 (Horowitz;
1951); Symphony #6 (1941). NBC Sym. [concert performances] Melodram MEL-235(2).
A- to A ...................................................................................................................................... 24.00
1944. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1002: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben; Salome's Dance. NBC
Sym. [Live, 1941 & 1939] FS .................................................................................................... 12.00
1945. TOSCANINI: Verdi - Aida Overture (premiere, 1940; only one other before Verdi family put
the piece back in their vault; Abbado recorded a transcription made from listening to the
Toscanini performance); Overtures to Luisa Miller(1943) & Forza(1952); Rigoletto - Final
Act (Warren; Peerce; Merriman; Moscono; 1944). [All live with NBC] Movimento
Musica 01 002. A- to A ............................................................................................................. 16.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1946. TOSCANINI: A Toscanini Omnibus. Overtures to Don Pasquale, Forza, Oberon, Euryanthe,
Freischutz, Mignon, Poet & Peasant, Hansel & Gretel and La Wally. Berlioz - Queen Mab;
Rakoczy March. Catalani - Dance of the Water Nymphs. Bizet - Carmen Suite. Glinka Kamarinskaya. NBC Sym. [With 14-page booklet including many terrific photos - mostly
of Toscanini relaxing rather than conducting; very nice presentation in box with framed cutout revealing fine print of Toscanini portrait; pristine copy] [SD labels] RCA LM-6026(2).
A- .............................................................................................................................................. 19.00
1947. TOSCANINI: Acoustic Recordings with La Scala Orchestra, 1920-21. Short works of
Donizetti, Mendelssohn(2), Berlioz, Bizet(2), Massenet, Wolf-Ferrari, Galilei, Pizzetti,
Mozart(2), Beethoven (2). [Half-speed remastering] Italian RCA VL-46024. A- to A(slight
jacket flaws) .............................................................................................................................. 10.00
1948. TOSCANINI: Complete Philadelphia Orchestra Recordings, 1941-1942. SCHUBERT Symphony #9. TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #6. MENDELSSOHN - Midsummer Night's
Dream Music (Eustis; Kirk; University of PA Women's Glee Club). BERLIOZ - Queen
Mab Scherzo. DEBUSSY - La Mer; Iberia. RESPIGHI - Feste Romane. STRAUSS Death & Transfiguration. RCA CRM5-1900(5). FS(c/c) ............................................................ 40.00
TOSCANINI: See also #52, 659, 659, 959, 978, 979, 1002, 1399, 1404.
1949. VAN BEINUM: Brahms - Academic Festival, Tragic Overtures; Haydn Variations. ACO.
Richmond B-19024. A- ................................................................................................................ 8.00
1950. VAN BEINUM: Debussy - Danses Sacree et Profane. Ravel - Introduction & Allegro.
Berghout, harp; ACO. [10-inch] London LS-621. B+ ................................................................. 9.00
1951. VAN KEMPEN: Rossini - William Tell Overture. FRICSAY: Scala di Seta; Signor Bruschino.
BPO. [10-inch] Decca DL-4002. A--(Wm)/B(Fricsay) ................................................................. 6.00
1952. VAN KEMPEN: Tchaikovsky - Suite #4; Serenade for Strings. Lamoureux Orchestra. Epic
LC-3213. A-(Serenade is A- to B+) ........................................................................................... 10.00
1953.*WALLENSTEIN: Mussorgsky-Ravel - Pictures at Exhibition. Virtuoso Symphony of
London. Fidelity FCS-50,004. FS ................................................................................................ 8.00
1954. WALLENSTEIN: Offenbach Overtures - La Belle Helene; Orpheus in Hades. LAPO. [10-inch;
very early LAPO recordings] Decca DL-4095. B+ ....................................................................... 5.00
1955.*WALLENSTEIN: Rachmaninoff - Symphony #2. LAPO. Seraphim S-60133. FS ............................. 8.00
1956. WALTER: An Evening With Bruno Walter. Walter comments briefly before each of four
works: Don Juan; Mozart 40th (NYP); Arias from Figaro (London) & Cosi (Steber). Col
Sym in the arias. Col WZ-2. A-(gold "6-eyes" labels) ................................................................. 10.00
1957.*WALTER: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies. Cundari; Rankin; Da Costa; Wilderman;
Westminster Choir (in 9th); Col Sym. Odyssey Y7-30051(7). A- ............................................... 25.00
1958. WALTER: Berlioz - Fantastique. PCO. [rec 1939] Turnabout THS-65109. A- .................................. 9.00
1959.*WALTER: Brahms - Double Concerto. Francescatti; Fournier; Col Sym Col MS-6158. A(very early "6-eyes" labels) ......................................................................................................... 16.00
1960. WALTER: Mozart - Requiem. Schumann; Thorborg; Dermota; Kipnis; VPO; VSO Cho.
[recorded live in Paris; June 29, 1937] Pathe 2907811. FS ......................................................... 16.00
1961. WALTER: Mozart Symphony #25 & #28. [Col Sym] Odyssey Y-35221. A-(c/c; recorded in
mono only) .................................................................................................................................. 9.00
1962. WALTER: Rehearsing Beethoven Symphony #5. Col Sym. [In paper sleeve with photos and
notes] Col WM-2. A-("2-eyes" labels) ........................................................................................ 16.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1963. WALTER: Strauss - Don Juan; Death & Transfiguration. Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. NYP. [oddly
scarce] Col ML-5338. B+("6-eyes" labels) ................................................................................. 18.00
WALTER: See also #69, 81, 84, 207, 908, 1132, 1389, 1401, 1433.
1964.*WILLIAMS: Pops Around the World. Overtures to Boccaccio, Bronze Horse, Russlan &
Ludmilla, The Cowboys (Williams movie score; fabulous horns!), Candide, Italiana in Algeri
& Colas Breugnon. BPS. [dig] Philips 6514 186. A- to A .......................................................... 16.00
1965. WOOD: Vaughan Williams - Symphony #2; Wasps Overture; Greensleeves Fantasia. Queens
Hall Orchestra. [recorded 1936] Decca ACL-255. A-(minor cover damage) ............................. 10.00
LP's: Spoken Word, Humor & Documentaries
1966. SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL: Six Wartime Speeches (including "This Was Their Finest
Hour"). EMI ALP-1435/36(2). B+............................................................................................. 12.00
I hope you have enjoyed a relaxing browse Best wishes for cozy Autumn listening!
-- Larry Jones

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