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Website Fixed-Price Catalog. Autumn 2012
October 19, 2012 - November 12, 2012
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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 spot-checked 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: Ais my typical grade for a domestically-pressed disc which appears mint; "A- to A" is reserved
for the finest foreign pressings and 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 B- indicates greater degrees of noise
and may also involve blemishes or scratches if they are light, but the degree of defect will not
be enough to impair enjoyment of the music to a great extent.
C - These records are in fair condition. They will be playable, but noisy.
D - These records are in poor condition; perhaps unplayable.
If isolated portions of a disc sound worse than the grade suggests, specific flaws are noted in detail. A
slash mark between grades indicates differences between sections of the record, generally (not always) 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 accomplished through audition (rather than
just visual inspection) it tells you not only how a record looks, but how it sounds. Put another way, it evaluates
not only 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. A 78-rpm disc graded B+ is also excellent. 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.
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alone are less expensive and will be quoted individually, both for domestic and foreign parcels. Shipping
for foreign parcels which include books will be quoted individually since the weights of books of course vary a
great deal.
Go to next page for details of Abbreviations used in this catalog 
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 Orch
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
Category
Listing Numbers
Books:
Operatic and Vocal subjects……………………..
Books by or about Composer…………………….
Books by or about Individual Musicians…….......
Records/Recordings; Misc; Concert Programs…..
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1 - 33
34 - 56
57 - 114
115 - 154
Long-Playing Records:
Operatic, Choral, Vocal Repertoire & Collections.
Vocalists…………………………………………..
Audiophile Labels (RCA; Mercury; London; etc)...
Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire………………
Chamber Music & Collections……………………
Wind & Brass Instruments………………………
Violinists…………………………………………
Harpsichord………………………………………
Cello,Viola, Bass, Guitar & Harp…………….….
Pianists…………………..………………………...
Organists……………….………………………...
Conductors………………………………….……
Film Music, Musicals & Plays……………..…….
# 155 - 754
# 755 - 1045
#1046 - 1365
#1366 - 1647
#1648 - 1866
#1867 - 1912
#1913 - 2089
#2091 - 2121
#2122 - 2175
#2176 - 2534
#2535 - 2598
#2599 - 3057
#3058 - 3107
Operatic, Choral, Vocal Repertoire & Vocalists….
Miscellaneous Audiophile…………………….…..
Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire………………
Chamber Music & Collections……………………
Violin, Cello, Piano, Flute, Organ, Guitar………..
Conductors………………………….……….……
Film Music & Railroad Sounds…….……....…….
#3108 - 3165
#3166 - 3169
#3170 - 3213
#3214 - 3222
#3223 - 3257
#3258 - 3293
#3294 - 3295
CD’s:
Listings begin on the next page - Happy Browsing!
Lawrence H. Jones
PAPER: Books
All books listed below are in excellent condition unless otherwise noted. You may find minor scuffing or
occasional marks, but everything is physically sturdy and shows no more than the expected signs of careful use.
Let me know if having a dust jacket is important to you, since I have not noted those instances where they are
present: usually they are there in more recent books and absent for older ones. Books can be hard to categorize
- it is best if you browse all groups! Postage in US is same as for a single LP, but overseas will be quoted
specifically since books are usually a good deal heavier.
Books: Operatic & Choral Repertoire
1. ADAM: Nicky: Who's Who in British Opera. Foreword by The Earl of Harewood. Scolar Press,
Aldershot, England; 1993. 339 pages. [paperback] [084163] ............................................................. 12.00
2. DANE: Clarence: London Has a Garden. [Covent Garden, of course] W.W.Norton, New York;
1964. [205 pages] [084039] ................................................................................................................. 12.00
3. DAVIS: Peter G.: The American Opera Singer. Doubleday, New York; 1997. [610 pages; 32 pages
of photos] [084165].............................................................................................................................. 18.00
4. DAVIS: Ronald L.: Opera in Chicago. Appleton-Century, New York; 1966. [383 pages] (FIRST
EDITION) [084172] ............................................................................................................................ 24.00
5. EWEN: David: The Book of European Light Opera. Covers 167 light operas. Holt, Rinehart &
Winston, New York; 1962. 297 p.; 8 pp of photos. (First Edition) [083225] ...................................... 9.00
6. HUCKEL: Oliver: Lohengrin - Son of Parsifal - A Mystical Drama by Richard Wagner freely
translated in Poetic Narrative Form. Thomas Crowell & Co., New York; 1905. 77 pages; four
illustrations. [slight stain on cover also affects most pages faintly, approx 1/2 inch, not in text]
[084360] ............................................................................................................................................... 20.00
7. KNIGHT: Ruth Adams: Opera Cavalcade - The Story of the Metropolitan. Metropolitan Opera
Guild, NY; 1938. 68 pp; photos. Approx 9 x 12 inches. (mod cov wear) [083054] ........................... 11.00
8. MOORE: Edward C.: Forty Years of Opera in Chicago. Horace Liveright, New York; 1930. 430
pages; 32 photos. [083210] .................................................................................................................. 16.00
9. NEWMAN: Ernest: More Opera Nights. Putnam, London; 1954. 707 pages; many musical
examples. [083462] .............................................................................................................................. 11.00
10. NEWMAN: Ernest: Opera Nights. Putnam, London; 1943 (reprint 1956). 629 pp. [083460] ................ 11.00
11. ROSENTHAL: Harold, editor: Opera Annual #4. Lantern Press, 1957. 188 pages; many photos
&illus; inc 15 articles; world roster of opera houses & repertoires for 1956-57; list of premieres;
obituaries. (minor wear) [010172] ....................................................................................................... 13.00
12. SHAWE-TAYLOR: Desmond: Covent Garden. Chanticleer Press, NY; 1948. 71 pages; 35
illustrations. [082870] .......................................................................................................................... 11.00
13. SPOTTS: Frederic: Bayreuth - A History of the Wagner Festival. Yale University Press, New
Haven & London; 1994. 322 pages; many photos. [083201] .............................................................. 14.00
14. UNIDENTIFIED EDITORS: The Opera Libretto Library. Authentic texts to 33 operas: ten
Wagner; eleven Italian; twelve French & German. [Three original volumes bound as one book in
this re-print.] Avenel Books, 1980. 1454 pages. [066566] .................................................................. 11.00
15. WAGNER: Richard: Siegfried & The Twilight of the Gods. Translated by Margaret Armour; with
thirty illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Abaris Books, New York; 1976 (first published in 1910).
160 pages. [082864] ............................................................................................................................. 13.00
16. WAGNER: Richard: The Rhinegold & The Valkyrie. Trans Margaret Armour; 34 illus by Arthur
Rackham. Abaris Books, NY; 1976 (first published 1910). 160 pages. [082863] .............................. 13.00
Books: Vocalists
17. ADAMS: Brian: La Stupenda - A Biography of Joan Sutherland. Hutchinson of Australia, 1980.
329 pages; many photos. [069076] ...................................................................................................... 13.00
18. COOKE: James Francis: Great Singers on the Art of Singing. Theo. Presser, 1921. 304 pages.
[advice to vocal students from twenty-seven singers, including Garden, Gluck, Melba, Dalmores,
Caruso, Butt, Sembrich, Scotti, etc.] [069682] .................................................................................... 11.00
19. CRESPIN: Regine: La Vie et l'Amour d'une Femme. Librairie Artheme Fayard, 1982. 317 pages;
32 pages of photos; paperback. IN FRENCH ONLY. (cover slightly dog-eared) [083218]............... 11.00
20. FISCHER-DIESKAU: Reverberations. Translated by Ruth Hein. Fromm International Publishing
Corporation, New York; 1989 [368 pages; 8 pages of photos] (FIRST U.S. EDITION) [084170] .... 18.00
21. HERBERT-CAESARI: E.: Tradition and Gigli - 1600-1955 - A Panegyric. Robert Hale Limited,
London, 1963 (2nd edition). 160 pages. [069662]............................................................................... 11.00
22. HORNE: Marilyn & SCOVELL, Jane: Marilyn Horne - My Life. Atheneum, 1983. 237 pages;
many photos. [082867] ........................................................................................................................ 13.00
23. JELLINEK: George: Callas - Portrait of a Prima Donna. Ziff-Davis, New York; 1960. 354 pages;
many photos. [083079] ........................................................................................................................ 13.00
24. LAHEE: Henry C.: Famous Singers of Today and Yesterday. L.C.Page & Company, 1898. 337
pages; 12 photos. [084361] .................................................................................................................. 16.00
25. LOWE: David A. (editor): Callas as They Saw Her. Ungar Publishing, New York; 1986. 264
pages; 40 pages of photos. Reviews, essays, interviews, recollections, etc. [082856] ........................ 14.00
26. MEISTER: Barbara: Nineteenth-Century Song - Faure, Chausson, Duparc & Debussy. Indiana
University Press, Bloomington & London; 1980. 398 pages. [083202].............................................. 11.00
27. O'CONNOR: Garry: The Pursuit of Perfection - A Life of Maggie Teyte. Atheneum, New York;
1979. 314 pages; 50 photos. First American Edition. [083081] .......................................................... 16.00
28. PONSELLE: Rosa and DRAKE, James: Ponselle - A Singer's Life. Foreword by Luciano Pavarotti.
Doubleday, 1982. 328 pages; 18 pages of photos. [069639] ............................................................... 11.00
29. PREY: Hermann (with Robert Abraham): First Night Fever - The Memoirs of Hermann Prey.
Translated by Andrew Shackleton. John Calder, London; 1986. 280 pages; with discography; 42
photos. [083086] .................................................................................................................................. 14.00
30. RASPONI: Lanfranco: The Last Prima Donnas. Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 1982. 605 pages;
misc photos. [083077].......................................................................................................................... 16.00
31. ROBINSON: Francis: Caruso - His Life in Pictures. Bramhall House, 1957. 160 pages, almost all
with fine photos. Handsome 8.5 x 11 inch volume. [083064] ............................................................. 16.00
32. SCOTT: Michael: Maria Meneghini Callas. Simon & Schuster, London; 1991. [298 pages; 16
pages of photos] [084168] ................................................................................................................... 12.00
33. VISHNEVSKAYA: Galina: Galina - A Russian Story. Translated by Guy Daniels. Harcourt Brace
Javonovich, New York; 1984. With Discography. 504 pages; 32 pages of photos. [083082] ............ 16.00
Books: Composers
34. BECKER: Heinz & Gudrun: Giacomo Meyerbeer: A Life in Letters. Translated by Mark Violette.
Amadeus Press, 1983. 184 pages; illus. [082852] ............................................................................... 13.00
35. BOWEN: Catherine Drinker & MECK, Barbara: Beloved Friend ("The Story of Tchaikovsky and
Nadejda von Meck"). Random House, 1937. 475 pages. [061888]..................................................... 10.00
36. COHN: Arthur: Twentieth-Century Music in Western Europe. Da Capo Press, 1972 (from
Lippincott 1965 original). 510 pages. [066580] .................................................................................... 8.00
37. CRAFT: Robert: Stravinsky - Chronicle of a Friendship, 1948/1971. Knopf, 1972. 424 pages;
photos. [066541] .................................................................................................................................. 11.00
38. CURTISS: Mina: Bizet and His World. Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 1958. 477 pages; 16 pages of
photos. (First Edition; very minor cover scuffs) [083226] ................................................................ 18.00
39. EWEN: David: Composers of Today - A Comprehensive Biographical and Critical Guide to
Modern Composers of all Nations. [approximately 200 composers covered] H. W. Wilson
Company, 1934. 311 pages; with photos of most of the composers. [066569] ................................... 13.00
40. GOSS: Madeleine: Bolero - The Life of Maurice Ravel. 303 pages. Henry Holt & Company, 1940.
[066634] ............................................................................................................................................... 16.00
41. HORGAN: Paul: Encounters with Stravinsky. Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1972. 300 pages. 12 photos
and illustrations. [066556] ................................................................................................................... 11.00
42. KOHLER: Joachim: Wagner's Hitler - The Prophet and his Disciple. Translated and introduced
by Ronald Taylor. Polity Press (Cambridge, UK) & Blackwell Publishers, Malden,
Massachusetts; 2000. 378 pages. [083327].......................................................................................... 14.00
43. MALCOLM: Noel: George Enescu - His Life and Music. Preface by Yehudi Menuhin. Toccata
Press (England), 1990. Includes discography. 320 pages; 50+ illustrations. [082832] ....................... 14.00
44. MAYER: Hans: Richard Wagner in Bayreuth. Translated by Jack Zipes. Rizzoli, New York;
1976. 244 pages; many photos. 8.5 x 12 inches. [083069] .................................................................. 16.00
45. NEWMAN: Ernest: The Man Liszt. Taplinger Publishing, New York; 1970 (reissue of 1935
Scribner's original). 313 pages; several photos. [083465] ................................................................... 11.00
46. NEWMAN: Ernest: The Unconscious Beethoven. Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 1970 (reissue of
1927 original, with introduction by Irving Kolodin). 148 pages. [083466] ........................................ 11.00
47. NEWMAN: Ernest: Wagner as Man and Artist. Tudor Publishing, New York; 1946. 399 pages; 7
photos. [082859] .................................................................................................................................. 11.00
48. ROREM: Ned: Settling the Score - Essays on Music (originally published 1963-88). Harcourt Brace
Jovanovich, 1988. 366 pages. (first edition) [066563] ........................................................................ 11.00
49. ROREM: Ned: The Final Diary. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1974. 439 pages; 8 pages of
illustrations. (first edition) [066559] .................................................................................................... 11.00
50. SCHMIDT-GORG: Joseph & SCHMIDT, Hans (editors): Ludwig van Beethoven. Praeger, New
York; 1969. Articles on various aspects of the composer by the editors as well several other
members of the staff of the Beethoven-Archiv, Bonn. Lovely oversized (aprox. 12.5 x 12.5
inches) volume in protective slipcase. 275 pages; myriad illustrations. [083035] .............................. 23.00
51. STEIN: Jack M.: Richard Wagner & The Synthesis of the Arts. Wayne State University Press,
Detroit; 1960. 229 pages. [083310] ..................................................................................................... 11.00
52. STEIN: Leon: The Racial Thinking of Richard Wagner. Philosophical Library, New York; 1950.
252 pages. [083246] ............................................................................................................................. 11.00
Books: Composers - continued
53. STENDHAL: Life of Rossini. Translated by Richard N. Coe. John Calder, London; 1956.
["Stendhal" was nom de plume of Henri Beyle; the book was originally published in 1824; this
volume also includes a foreword by the translator] [083222] ............................................................. 11.00
54. STRAUSS: Richard: Recollections and Reflections. Translated by L. J. Lawrence. Edited by Willi
Schuh. Boosey & Hawkes, Ltd., London; 1953. [173 pages] [collects essays and articles Strauss
wrote over many years] [084173] ........................................................................................................ 25.00
55. WAGNER: Richard: My Life. Tudor Publishing Company, New York; New Edition, March 1936.
911 pages. [083242] ............................................................................................................................. 23.00
56. WAGNER: Richard: On Conducting. Translated by Edward Dannreuther. William Reeves
Bookseller, Ltd., London; 1940 (fourth edition). 127 pages. [084047] ............................................... 12.00
Books: Written by or about Individual Musicians
57. ANTEK: Samuel: This Was Toscanini. Foreword by Marcia Davenport. Vanguard Press, New
York; 1963. 192 pages; 84 remarkable photos by Robert Hupka. [083041] ....................................... 18.00
58. ATKINS: Harold & COTES, Peter: The Barbirollis - A Musical Marriage. Robson Books,
London; 1983. 231 pages; 16 pages of photos. [082924] .................................................................... 14.00
59. BADAL: James: Recording the Classics - Maestros, Music & Technology. Kent State University
Press, Kent, Ohio; 1996. 186 pages; scattered photos. Interviews with Maazel, Colin and Andrew
Davis, Dorati, Masur, Leinsdorf, Dohnanyi, Rattle, Dutoit, Hogwood, Ashkenazy, Chailly &
Boulez. [083339].................................................................................................................................. 14.00
60. BERNSTEIN: Leonard: Findings. Simon & Schuster, 1982. 376 pages; many, many photos. [Not a
biography, strictly speaking, but examples of his writings from 1935-1980.] [066636]..................... 13.00
61. BLACKWOOD: Alan: Sir Thomas Beecham - The Man and the Music. Ebury Press, London;
1994. [225 pages; 17 photos] [084117] ............................................................................................... 25.00
62. BLYTH: Alan: Colin Davis. Drake Publishers, New York; 1973. 64 pages; many photos. [082869]..... 11.00
63. BURTON: Humphrey: Menuhin. Faber and Faber, London; 2000. 539 pages; 72 photos. [083085] ..... 16.00
64. CARDUS: Neville: Sir Thomas Beecham - A Memoir. Collins, London; 1961. 126 pages; seven
photos. [082929] .................................................................................................................................. 14.00
65. CHASINS: Abram: Leopold Stokowski - A Profile. Hawthorne Books, New York; 1979. [296
pages; 16 pages of photos] [084119] ................................................................................................... 18.00
66. COLUMBIA CONCERTS CORPORATION: Artists Almanac - Season 1932 - 1933. Columbia
Concerts Corporation, New York; 1932. 211 pages; photo of each artist. Single-page biography
and review citations for over 80 artists, from Spalding, Szigeti & Piatigorsky to the Barrere Little
Symphony, Nelson Eddy & Edwin Strawbridge. Fascinating. [083308] ............................................ 36.00
67. CORREDOR: J. Ma.: Conversations with Casals. Translated from the French by Andre Mangeot;
introduction by Casals; appreciation by Thomas Mann. E.P.Dutton & Co, New York; 1956. 240
pages; 10 photos. [082830] .................................................................................................................. 18.00
68. DICKSON: Harry Ellis: Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops - An Irreverent Memoir. Houghton,
Mifflin & Company, Boston; 1981. [174 pages; 16 photos] [084133]................................................ 12.00
Books: Individual Musicians - continued
69. DUBAL: David: Conversations with Menuhin. Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1992. 250 pages.
(FIRST EDITION) [084354] ............................................................................................................... 18.00
70. FLUEGEL: Jane (editor): Bernstein Remembered - A Life in Pictures. Introduction by Donel
Henahan; preface by Isaac Stern. Carroll & Graf, NY; 1991. 160 pages; myriad photos. Approx.
9 x 12 inches. [083038]........................................................................................................................ 22.00
71. GILLIS: Daniel: Furtwangler and America. Maryland Books, New York; 1970. 143 pages; four
photos. [082932] .................................................................................................................................. 18.00
72. GLICKMAN: Loren: Don't Squeeze de Bow! - Reminiscences about Alexander Schneider. Terra
Nova Press, Norwich, Vermont; 1996. [124 pages; many photos] [084116] ...................................... 16.00
73. GOOSSENS: Eugene: Overture and Beginners - A Musical Autobiography. Methuen &
Company, London; 1951. [318 pages; 20 photos] [084121] ............................................................... 24.00
74. HEYWORTH: Peter: Otto Klemperer - Vol 1 - His Life and Times (1885-1933). Cambridge
University Press, Cambridge, England; 1983. [458 pages; 38 photos] [084171] ................................ 32.00
75. HOCKER: Karla: Sinfonische Reise - Konzerte, Gesprache, Fahrten mit Wilhelm Furtwangler und
den Berliner Philharmonikern. In German (not translated). C.Bertelsmann Gutersloh; 1954. 71
pages; 8 photos. [084357] .................................................................................................................... 16.00
76. HONEGGER: Genevieve: Charles Munch: Un chef d'Orchestre dans le Siecle. IN FRENCH.
Correspondence between Munch and Roussel, Albert Schweitzer, Honegger, Poulenc, Ansermet,
Fritz Munch (Charles' brother), Ibert, Ropartz, Monteux, etc., etc., etc. Editor interpolates
biographical information between the letters. Fascinating if you read French! 383 pages;
softcover. Preface by Marcel Landowski. La Nuee Bleue, Strasbourg, 1992. [022330]................... 100.00
77. HOROWITZ: Joseph: Understanding Toscanini - How He Became an American Culture-god
and Helped Create a New Audience for Old Music. Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 1987. [464
pages; 16 pages of photos] (FIRST EDITION) [084016] ................................................................... 18.00
78. KENNEDY: Michael: Adrian Boult. Hamish Hamilton, London; 1987. [326 pages; 33 photos]
[084113] ............................................................................................................................................... 20.00
79. KENNEDY: Michael: Barbirolli - Conductor Laureate - The Authorized Biography. Hart-Davis,
MacGibbon, London; 1971. 402 pages; 34 photos; includes discography. [082921] ......................... 14.00
80. LEICHTENTRITT: Hugo: Serge Koussevitzky - The Boston Symphony and the New American
Music. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 1946. 191 pages. (minor cover
flaws) [084355] .................................................................................................................................... 25.00
81. LEINSDORF: Erich: Cadenza - A Musical Career. Houghton Mifflin, 1976. 305 pages; 29 photos.
[083316] ............................................................................................................................................... 16.00
82. LOURIE: Arthur: Sergei Koussevitzky and His Epoch. Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 1931. First
Edition. 253 pages; 16 photos and drawings. [082928] ...................................................................... 32.00
83. MAGIDOFF: Robert: Yehudi Menuhin - The Story of the Man and the Musician. Robert Hale
Ltd., London; 1956. 286 pages; 19 pages of photos. [082827] ........................................................... 14.00
84. MALKO: Nicolai; A Certain Art. William Morrow & Company, New York; 1966. [228 pages; 17
illustrations] [084129].......................................................................................................................... 18.00
85. MAREK: George: Toscanini. Atheneum, New York; 1975 [304 pages; 20 pages of photos] (FIRST
EDITION) [084017] ............................................................................................................................ 18.00
Books: Individual Musicians - continued
86. MATTHEWS: Denis: Arturo Toscanini. Midas Books, Tunbridge Wells, England; 1982. [170
pages; scattered photos] [084131] ....................................................................................................... 12.00
87. MCKENNA: Marian: Myra Hess - A Portrait. Hamish Hamilton, London; 1976. 319 pages; 22
photos. [083322] .................................................................................................................................. 16.00
88. MENUHIN: Yehudi: Unfinished Journey. Knopf, 1977. 378 pages; 70 photos. [082824] .................... 14.00
89. MONTEUX: Doris G.: It's All in the Music - The Life and Work of Pierre Monteux. Farrar,
Straus and Giroux, New York; 1965. First Edition. 19 photos. [082923] ........................................... 18.00
90. PAAP: Wouter: Willem Mengelberg. Elsevier; Amsterdam & Brussels, 1960. In Dutch only;
introduction by Paul Cronheim. 80 pages; many photos. [apparently this was supposed to come
with a 45-rpm disc of the Old Netherlands Dances, which is not here] (spine is split) [084873] ....... 12.00
91. PALMER: Tony: Menuhin - A Family Portrait. Faber and Faber, London & Boston; 1991. 207
pages; 12 pages of photos. [083326].................................................................................................... 14.00
92. PEYSER: Joan: Bernstein - A Biography. Beech Tree Books, William Morrow, New York; 1987.
481 pages; scattered photos. (First Edition) [083315] ....................................................................... 14.00
93. PITTIER: Jacques-Michel: Victor Desarzens - The Musician and the Man; 1908-1986. English
translation by Alan Gary. Nestle SA, Vevey, Switzerland; 1992. 150 pages; 70+ photos.
[Published in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra] [082862]... 18.00
94. REICH: Howard: Van Cliburn. Thomas Nelson, 1993. 353 pages; illus. [061437] ................................ 11.00
95. REID: Charles: Malcolm Sargent. Taplinger Publishing Company, 1968. 491 pages; 19 photos.
[082821] ............................................................................................................................................... 14.00
96. ROBINSON: Paul: Karajan. Lester & Orpin, Ltd., 1975. 154 pages; 11 photos. [066639] ...................... 9.00
97. ROBINSON: Paul: Solti. Vanguard Press, 1979. 168 pages; 11 photos. [083472] .................................. 12.00
98. ROLFE: Lionel Menuhin: The Menuhins: A Family Odyssey. Pandandrum/Aris Books, San
Francisco; 1978. 271 pages; 27 photos. [082844] ............................................................................... 14.00
99. ROSEN: Carole: The Goossens - A Musical Century. Andre Deutsch, Ltd., London; 1993. [495
pages; 32 pages of photos] [084014] ................................................................................................... 20.00
100. RUBINSTEIN: Arthur: My Young Years. Knopf, 1973. 479 pages; 38 photos. [084344] ................... 12.00
101. RUSSELL: Charles Edward: The American Orchestra and Theodore Thomas. Doubleday,
Page & Company, Garden City, New York; 1927. 344 pages; 31 photos. (library copy; minor
binding flaws) [083234] .................................................................................................................... 29.00
102. SACHS: Harvey (editor): The Letters of Arturo Toscanini. Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 2002.
[447 pages; several well-chosen photos] [084020] ........................................................................... 20.00
103. SACHS: Harvey: Reflections on Toscanini. Grove Wiedenfeld, New York; 1991. [191 pages]
(FIRST EDITION) [084023] ............................................................................................................. 18.00
104. SCHONBERG: Harold: The Great Pianists. Simon & Schuster, New York; 1963. 448 pages;
many photos & other illustrations. [083296]..................................................................................... 14.00
105. SHEAD: Richard: Constant Lambert. Thames Publishing, London; reprint of 1973 original. 208
pages; 16 pages of photos. [082834] ................................................................................................. 14.00
106. SIMEONE: Nigel & MUNDY, Simon (editors): Sir Adrian Boult - Companion of Honor.
Midas Books, Tunbridge Wells, England; 1980. [96 pages; many fine photos; tributes by
Menuhin, Malcolm Williamson, Bernard Shore, Christopher Bishop, Lennox Berkeley, etc.]
[084118] ............................................................................................................................................ 18.00
Books: Individual Musicians - continued
107. SMITH: Moses: Koussevitzky. Allen, Towne & Heath, 1947. 354 pages; 11 photos. (First
Printing) [083330] ............................................................................................................................ 23.00
108. SPALDING: Albert: Rise to Follow - An Autobiography. Henry Holt & Company, New York;
1943. 319 pages. [083470] ................................................................................................................ 32.00
109. TAYLOR: Harold (editor): Kentner - A Symposium. Foreword by Yehudi Menuhin. Paperback.
Kohn & Averill, London; 1987. 80 pages; includes discography. [084358] .................................... 15.00
110. VAUGHAN: Roger: Herbert von Karajan. W.W. Norton & Company, New York; 1986. 264
pages. [083313] ................................................................................................................................. 12.00
111. WETHERELL: Eric: Albert Sammons, Violinist - The Life of "Our Albert." Thames
Publishing, London; 1998. Paperback. 184 pages; 8 pages of photos; with discography and
repertoire list. [082837] ..................................................................................................................... 11.00
112. WOOD: Jessie: The Last Years of Henry J. Wood. Foreword by Sir Malcolm Sargent. Victor
Gollandz, Ltd., London; 1954. 192 pages; seven photos. [082931] .................................................. 18.00
113. WOOD: Sir Henry: About Conducting. Sylvan Press; London, 1945. 124 pages; a few photos.
[084876] ............................................................................................................................................ 16.00
114. WOOD: Sir Henry: My Life of Music. Victor Gollancz Ltd., London; 1938. "Cheap Edition" presumably related to wartime restrictions since this copy was printed in the late '40's.
[084347] ............................................................................................................................................ 16.00
Books: Books on Records & Recording
115. BALL: John, Jr.: Records for Pleasure. Rutgers University Press, 1947. 214 pages. [066583] ............. 9.00
116. BAUER: Robert: Historical Records (1898 - 1908/09). Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd., London;
1947. 494 pages. [084164] ................................................................................................................ 25.00
117. BENNETT: Jahn R.: Voices of the Past - Volume 1: Discography of Vocal Recordings from the
English Catalogues of the Gramophone Company (HMV), 1898-1925. Lingfield, Surrey:
Oakwood Press, 1955. 285 pages. [084028] ..................................................................................... 25.00
118. BENNETT: Jbhn R.: Voices of the Past - Volume 2: Discography of Vocal Recordings from the
Italian Catalogues of the Gramophone Company (HMV), 1898-1925. Lingfield, Surrey:
Oakwood Press, 1957. 147 pages. (a few pages loose at end of book) [084029] ............................. 25.00
119. BENNETT: Jdhn R. & HUGHES, Eric: Voices of the Past - Volume 4: Discography of His
Master's Voice Recordings, 1924-1956; The International Red Label Catalogue; Book I "DB" (12 inch). Oakwood Press, England; undated. 400 pages. [084041] ....................................... 25.00
120. BENNETT: Jfhn R. & HUGHES, Eric: Voices of the Past - Volume 6: Discography of His
Master's Voice Recordings, 1924-1956; The International Red Label Catalogue; Book 2 "DA." Oakwood Press, England; undated. 233 pages. [includes four pages of corrections and
additions to "DB" (Volume 4)] [084042] .......................................................................................... 25.00
121. BENNETT: Jghn R. & WIMMER, Wilhelm: Voices of the Past - Volume 7: Discography of
Vocal Recordings from the German Catalogues of the Gramophone Company (HMV), and
Deutsche Grammophon A.-G, 1898-1925. Lingfield, Surrey: Oakwood Press, 1967. 404
pages. [084030] ................................................................................................................................. 25.00
Books: Records & Recording - continued
122. BENNETT: Jihn R.: Voices of the Past - Volume 9: Discography of Vocal Recordings from the
French Catalogues of the Gramophone Company (HMV) and Compagnie Francaise du
Gramophone, 1898-1925. Lingfield, Surrey: Oakwood Press, undated. 304 pages. [084032] ......... 25.00
123. COHN: Arthur: The Collector's Twentieth-Century Music in the Western Hemisphere.
Lippincott, 1961. 256 pages. [066582] ................................................................................................ 9.00
124. FULOP: Peter: Mahler Discography Kaplan Foundation, NY; 1995. [473 pp] [084174] .................. 100.00
125. LEON: Jacques Alain: Numerical Catalog of Red-Seal Victor Vocal Records, Part 1 (5009999). Batista & Filho Ltda; Brazil, 1964. 177 pages; sturdy paperback; #159 of what was
apparently a limited edition. [084877] .............................................................................................. 35.00
126. LEON: Jacques Alain: Numerical Catalog of Red-Seal Victor Vocal Records, Part 2 (1000018546). Grafica Waldeck Ltda; Brazil, 1968. 86 pages; sturdy paperback; #017 of what was
apparently a limited edition; apparently autographed by the author on the foreword page.
[084878] ............................................................................................................................................ 35.00
127. REID: Robert H: (editor): The Gramophone Shop Encyclopedia of Recorded Music - Third
Edition, Revised and Enlarged. Crown Publishers, 1948. 639 pages. [comprehensive listing of
classical recordings available at the time of publication, including brief commentaries on the
composers] [069666] ......................................................................................................................... 16.00
128. SCHWARZKOPF: Elizabeth: On and Off the Record - A Memoir of Walter Legge.
Introduction by Herbert von Karajan. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1982. 292 pages; 16 pages of
photos. [082916] ................................................................................................................................ 15.00
129. SMATH: Michael: Voices of the Past - Volume 5: Discography of "D" & "E" His Masters Voice
Recordings. Lingfield, Surrey: Oakwood Press, Undated. 149 pages. [084033] .............................. 25.00
130. SMETH: Michael & COSENS, Ian: Voices of the Past - Volume 8: The Columbia Gramophone
Company Ltd. Catalog: English Celebrity Issues. Oakwood Press, England; undated. 240
pages. [084043] ................................................................................................................................. 25.00
131. VICTOR TALKING MACHINE COMPANY: The Victor Book of the Opera - Stories of One
Hundred Operas with Five Hundred illustrations and Descriptions of One Thousand Victor
Opera Records. Revised Edition. Victor Talking Machine Company, Camden, New Jersey;
1913. 480 pages. [A wealth of early discographic information here; very minor binding flaws
- in superb condition for its age!] [083228]....................................................................................... 22.00
Books: Miscellaneous
132. AMES: Evelyn: A Wind from the West - Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic Abroad.
Houghton Mifflin, 1970. 169 pages; 19 photos. First Edition. [082919] .......................................... 11.00
133. BERNSTEIN: Leonard: The Joy of Music. Simon & Schuster, New York; 1959. [303 pages; 10
pages of photos] (FIRST EDITION) [084114] ................................................................................. 16.00
134. BORDMAN: Gerald: American Musical Theatre - A Chronicle. Oxford University Press, 1978.
694 pages. [082853] .......................................................................................................................... 14.00
135. CLOUGH: Francis F. & CUMING, G. J.: The World's Encyclopedia of Recorded Music Supplement II (covering May 1951 through December, 1952; also corrects Errata from
original WERM and 1st Supplement). London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1953. 262 pages. (minor
cover scuffs) [084153] ....................................................................................................................... 65.00
Books: Miscellaneous - continued
136. CLOUGH: Francis F. & CUMING, G. J.: The World's Encyclopedia of Recorded Music Supplement III (covering January 1953 through December, 1955; also includes corrections
of Errata from Supplement II and newly-found Errata (not corrected in II) from original
WERM and 1st Supplement; and includes listing of open-reel tapes as well!) London:
Sidgwick & Jackson, 1957. 564 pages. [084154] ............................................................................. 65.00
137. COX: David: The Henry Wood Proms. Foreword by Sir Adrian Boult. British Broadcasting
Corporation, London; 1980. 389 pages; scattered photos. [083336] ................................................ 18.00
138. EHRLICH: Cyril: First Philharmonic - A History of the Royal Philharmonic Society.
Clarendon Press (Oxford University Press), Oxford; 1995. 237 pages; a few photos. [083243] ..... 45.00
139. EWEN: David: Dictators of the Baton. Alliance Book Corporation, Chicago & New York; 1943.
305 pages. [Covers 30 conductors with a photo of each (the obvious, but also such figures as
Krueger, Kindler, Dixon, Barlow, Frank Black. Interesting stuff but some curious judgments:
Reiner needed "some ice to contrast the fires; some contemplation to mellow the
excitement."] [083289] ...................................................................................................................... 18.00
140. GIRARD: Victor & BARNES, Harold M.: Vertical-cut Cylinders and Discs ("A Catalog of all
'Hill-&-Dale' Recordings of Serious Worth " ca.1897-1932). British Institute of Recorded
Sound, 1971. 196 pages. [083052] .................................................................................................... 18.00
141. HIGH FIDELITY: (editors): 1977 Edition - Records in Review. Wyeth Press, 1977. 465 pages.
[056526] ............................................................................................................................................ 10.00
142. HOWE: M.A.DeWolfe: The Boston Symphony Orchestra, 1881-1931. Riverside Press,
Cambridge, Massachusetts; 1931. 272 pages; six pages of photos (mostly the conductors).
Includes appendices of full repertoire, all orchestra members, and guest artists. (very minor
spine flaws) [082833] ........................................................................................................................ 32.00
143. KAUFMAN: Helen L. & HANSL, Eva vB.: Artists in Music of Today. Grosset & Dunlap, New
York; 1933. 111 pages; 50 portraits. [Includes pages on Bauer, Bodanzky, Bori, Casals,
Chaliapin, Damrosch, Elman, Enesco, Gieseking, Godowsky, Heifetz, Hess, Jeritza,
Koussevitzky, Lehmann, Schelling, Spalding, Stock, Robeson, Szigeti, Thomas, Walter, etc.]
Aproximately 9 x 12 inches. [083040] .............................................................................................. 18.00
144. KENNEDY: Michael: The Halle, 1858-1983: A History of the Orchestra. Manchester
University Press, Manchester; 1982. 140 pages; 12 pages of photos; paperback. [084362] ............ 15.00
145. LAMBERT: Constant: Music Ho! - A Study of Music in Decline. October House, New York;
1967. 288 pages. [Originally published 1934; this volume contains the prefaces to both the
first and second (1936) editions, and a 1965 introduction by Arthur Hutchings.] [083221] ............ 14.00
146. NEWMAN: Ernest: Testament of Music. [Selected writings chosen and introduced by Herbert
Van Thal] Knopf, 1963. 302 pages. [083464] ................................................................................... 11.00
147. REUTER: Florizel von: Great People I Have Known. Freeman Printing Company, Waukesha,
Wisconsin; 1961. 231 pages; with many pages of photographs and especially of autographs of
famous musicians (Elgar, Kreisler, Flesch, Thibaud, Strauss, Grieg, Reger, etc.) and also of
many European heads of state, encountered during the author's years as a child prodigy
violinist in the early 1900's. [Obscure volume, AUTOGRAPHED on flyleaf by author]
[082828] ............................................................................................................................................ 32.00
Books: Miscellaneous - continued
148. RUSSELL: Thomas: Philharmonic Decade. Hutchinson & Co., London; c.1944. 171 pages.
[Discusses the first ten years of the London Philhamonic; printed during WWII, the paper
stock is slightly rough; there is a note opposite contents page about the book having been
produced in conformity with the "war economy standard."] [083241] ............................................. 18.00
149. SACHS: Harvey: Music in Fascist Italy. W. W. Norton & Co, New York; 1988. [257 pages]
(FIRST AMERICAN EDITION) [084162] ...................................................................................... 30.00
150. SCHNEIDER: David: The San Francisco Symphony. Foreword by Edo de Waart. Presidio
Press, Novato California; 1983; 324 pages; scattered photos. [083304] ........................................... 14.00
151. SHANET: Howard: Philharmonic - A History of New York's Orchestra. Doubleday &
Company, Garden City, New York; 1975. 788 pages; 71 photos. (First Edition) [083335] ........... 22.00
152. TOVEY: Donald Francis: A Companion to 'The Art of Fugue' by J. S. Bach. Oxford
University Press; London, 1931. 79 pages. (minor back cover stain) [073028] ............................... 11.00
153. WEINGARTNER: Fannie (editor): Ravinia - The Festival at Its Half Century. Ravinia Festival
Association, 1985. 160 pages, virtually all with photos. Nice tribute to the CSO's summer
home. Approx. 9 x 12 inches. [083039] ............................................................................................ 14.00
Books: Concert Programs
154. DALLAS SYMPHONY: Season 1934/35. [Complete season's programs (six) in sturdy binding.
Paul van Katwijk, conductor. Bound for Arthur L. Kramer, President of the Dallas
Symphony Society, with his name embossed on cover] [056549] .................................................... 18.00
Listings of Long-Playing Records begin on the next page 
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."
155.*ADAMS: Harmonium. De Waart/SFSO & Cho. ECM 25012-1. A- to A [077683] .............................. 9.00
156.*AITKEN: (Hugh; b.1924): Piano Fantasy (Gary Kirkpatrick); Cantatas #1, #3 & #4 (Bressler,
tenor; Hakes, soprano; misc instrumentalists). CRI SD-365. A-(no texts; as issued??)
[078547] ............................................................................................................................................ 11.00
157.*ALFVEN: Songs (17). Saeden; Hedwall, piano. Bluebell BELL-173. A- [077467] ............................... 9.00
158. ARRIETA: Marina. Kraus; Alvarez; Yebra; Olmedo/Madrid Symphony. [w/English notes &
libretto] Montilla FM-190(2). B to B+(box crushed) [069536] ........................................................ 13.00
159.*ASHFORTH: (Alden): Aspects of Love (Blanchard, tenor; Reale, piano). MARK CARLSON:
Patchen Songs (Rohrbaugh, baritone; Montgomery, piano). Orion ORS-78335. A- [077449]......... 9.00
160.*BABBITT: Philomel for Soprano, Recorded Soprano & Synthesized Sound (Beardsley).
SESSIONS: Piano Sonata #3 (Helps). New World NW-307. A- [077660] ....................................... 9.00
161.*BACH: Cantata #211 & #212. Hofmann; Reinhart; de Mey; Linde/His Consort. [dig] Angel S37994. A- to A [058964] ..................................................................................................................... 7.00
162. BACH: Cantata #212. Curtin; Matthen; Pinkham/Cambridge Festival Orch. Allegro AL-82.
B- [070895] ......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
163. BACH: Cantata #4; Motet #3. Shaw/His Chorale; RCA Victor Sym. [only in print January 1954
to July/August 1957] RCA LM-9035. B+/B(earliest labels) [082380] ............................................. 10.00
164. BACH: Magnificat in D; Easter Cantata (#31). Sailer; Bence; Braun; Couraud/Stuttgart
Baroque Ens & Cho. [according to an Austrian customer of mine, quoting the Wunderlich
biography by Werner Pfister, the name "Braun" here is a pseudonym for the young Fritz
Wunderlich, who did not wish to record under his own name until he felt more secure in his
reputation] Col ML-5342. A-("6-eyes" labels) [078400] .................................................................. 14.00
165.*BACH: Mass in b. Popp; Watkinson; Buchner; Lorenz; Adam; Schreier/Neues Bachisches
Collegium Musicum, Leipzig. [dig] Eurodisc 301077-445(3). A- to A(c/c) [066960] ................... 13.00
166.*BACH: St. Matthew Passion. Ludwig; Janowitz; Schreier; Laubenthal; Fischer-Dieskau; Berry;
Diakov; Karajan/BPO; Vienna Singverein. DGG 2864 017(4). A- to A(lovely Italian
pressings) [074604] ........................................................................................................................... 21.00
167.*BARDOS: (Lajos; b.1899): Motets (5); Secular Choruses (6). Urgin/Chorus "Jeunesses
Musicales." Hungaroton SLPX-12451. A- [077596] .......................................................................... 9.00
168.*BEETHOVEN: An die Ferne Geliebte; Deutsches Liebeslieder; Italienische Liebeslieder.
Schreier, tenor; Olbertz, piano. [German-only notes] Eterna 8 26 085. A-(c/c) [077565].................. 9.00
169.*BEETHOVEN: Christ on the Mount of Olives. Raskin; Lewis; Beattie; Ormandy/Phila;
Temple University Choirs. Col MS-6841. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) [078670] ....................... 11.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
170. BEETHOVEN: Egmont (complete incidental music). Laszlo; Liewehr; Scherchen/VSOO.
West WL-5281. B [070710] ................................................................................................................ 8.00
171. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Modl; Jurinac; Windgassen; Edelmann; Frick; Schock;
Furtwangler/VPO; Cho. Sera IC-6022(3). A- [057697] ................................................................. 15.00
172. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Rysanek; Seefried; Fischer-Dieskau; Haefliger; Frick; Fricsay/Bavarian
State Orch & Opera Cho. Decca DXH-147(2). A- [069262] ......................................................... 14.00
173. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Bampton; Peerce; Steber; Janssen; Belarsky; Toscanini/NBC Sym. RCA
LM-6025(2). A-(PD labels) [079751] ............................................................................................... 13.00
174.*BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Jurinac; Peerce; Stader; Dickie; Neidlinger; Ernster;
Knappertsbusch/BVRS & Cho. [oddly, a very scarce issue] West WST-318(3). A- [081448] .... 45.00
175. BEETHOVEN: Leonore. Zadek; Dermota; Schoeffler; Von Rohr; Leitner/Vienna Sym; VSO
Cho. [Beethoven's first version of Fidelio; live performance, Bregenz Festival, 1960; only
very brief English notes; NL] Melodiya M10-47907 009(3). A- [048749] ...................................... 26.00
176.*BEETHOVEN: Mass in C. Ameling; Baker; Altmeyer; Rintzler; Giulini/NPO & Cho. Angel S36775. A- [068142] ............................................................................................................................. 7.00
177.*BEETHOVEN: Mass in C. Iliev/Sofia State Philharmonic; Rodina Cho. Balkanton BXA-1241.
A- [073084] ....................................................................................................................................... 11.00
178. BEETHOVEN: Mass in C. Vyvyan; Sinclair; Lewis; Nowakowski; Beecham/RPO; Beecham
Choral Soc. Capitol G-7168. B++ [074839] ...................................................................................... 8.00
179.*BEETHOVEN: Missa Solemnis. Giebel; Hoffgen; Haefliger; Ridderbusch; Jochum/ACO;
Netherlands Radio Cho. Philips 6880 001(2). A- to A [077267] ..................................................... 9.00
180. BELLINI: I Capuleti e I Montecchi. Pavarotti; Scotto; Aragall; Ferrin; Giocomotti; Abbado/La
Scala. [Live; Montreal, October 7, 1967] Mizar OOL-103(3). A-(loud tks 1st 1/4 inch side 2)
[058321] ............................................................................................................................................ 24.00
181.*BELLINI: I Puritani. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Cappuccilli; Ghiaurov; Bonynge/LSO. London
OSA-13111(3). A- [077304] ............................................................................................................. 14.00
182. BELLINI: Il Pirata. Callas; Safarty; Miranda-Ferraro; Rescigno/American Opera Society.
[Live, 1959; NL; blank jackets] FWR 641(2). A- [074660] ............................................................. 14.00
183. BELLINI: La Sonnambula. Callas; Cossotto; Zaccaria; Monti; Ratti; Votto/La Scala. Angel
3568(3). A-(early British pressings) [064561] .................................................................................. 25.00
184. BELLINI: La Sonnambula. Callas; Valetti; Modesti; Ratti; Bernstein/La Scala. [Live; March
1955; with notes but NL] Turn THS-65151/53(3). A- [070391] ...................................................... 15.00
185.*BELLINI: La Sonnambula. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Ghiaurov; Buchanan; de Palma;
Bonynge/National Philharmonic. [dig; Dutch pressings] London LDR-73004(3). A- to A
[077270] ............................................................................................................................................ 16.00
186.*BERG: Seven Early Songs (Harper; Boulez/BBC Sym); Wozzeck - Act III (Berry; Strauss;
Doench; Boulez/Paris Opera). Col M-32162. A-(demo copy) [071264] ............................................ 9.00
187.*BERG: Wozzeck. Berry; Strauss; Uhl; Doench; Weikenmeier; Boulez/Paris Opera. Col M230852(2). A- [077305]....................................................................................................................... 14.00
188.*BERGMAN: (Erik): Nox; Bim Bam Bum; Faglarna; Hathor Suite. Walmsley-Clark; Varcoe;
Potter; Wood/New London Ch Cho; Endymion Ens. [dig; DMM] Chandos ABRD-1189.
A- to A [077708] ................................................................................................................................. 7.00
189.*BERLIOZ: Damnation of Faust. Baker; Gedda; Bacquier; Thau; Pretre/PCO; Paris Opera
Cho. Angel SCL-3758(3). A- [073708] ............................................................................................ 14.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
190.*BERLIOZ: Damnation of Faust. Rubio; Roux; Mollet; Markevitch/Lamoureux Orch;
Brasseur Cho. [tulip labels] DGG 2707 007(2). A- to A [081664] ................................................. 20.00
191.*BERLIOZ: Les Nuits d'Ete (Burrowes, tenor, in #1, 4 & 5; Minton, mezzo, in #2 &3); La Mort
de Cleopatre (Minton). Boulez/BBC Sym. Col M-34563. A-(c/c) [071232] ................................... 9.00
192. BERLIOZ: Les Troyens. Ferrer; Gambon; Giraudeau; Beecham/RPO; BBC Theatre Chorus.
[Live broadcast, 1947; no notes; NL] Melodram MEL-303(5). A- to A [066935] ........................... 42.00
193. BERLIOZ: Romeo et Juliette. Resnik; Turp; Ward; Monteux/LSO & Cho. [Fold-open album;
notes page AUTOGRAPHED in bold black marker by Resnik & Ward] West XWN-2233(2).
A- [074497] ....................................................................................................................................... 21.00
194.*BERLIOZ: Sacred Music: L'Enfance du Christ (Baker; Allen; Tappy; Bastin; Rouleau;
Langridge; Herincx; Alldis Choir); Requeim (Dowd; LSO Chorus; Wandsworth School Boys'
Choir; Te Deum (Tagliavini; LSO Chorus; Wandsworth School Boys' Choir). All with Colin
Davis/LSO. [International Preview Society issue; lovely Italian pressings] Philips 6768
002(5). A- to A [077269]................................................................................................................... 16.00
195. BERLIOZ: Te Deum. Young; Beecham/RPO; LPO Choir. Col ML-4897. B [077616] ..................... 10.00
196.*BERLIOZ: The Trojans (complete!) Vickers; Veasey; Lindholm; Davis/ROHCG. Philips 6709
002(5). A- to A [077271]................................................................................................................... 16.00
197. BIZET: Carmen. Destinn; Nast; Jorn; Bachmann; Dahn; Lieban; Krasa; Unidentified
conductor/company. [recorded 1908; no notes or libretto included - as issued, I believe]
Discophilia KS-1/3(3). A- [081946].................................................................................................. 24.00
198.*BIZET: Carmen. Crespin; Pilou; Py; Van Dam; Lombard/Strasbourg Philharmonic; Opera
du Rhin Cho. Erato STU-70900/2(3). A- [077275] ......................................................................... 14.00
199. BIZET: Ivan IV. LaFont; Legay; Cottrail; Lovalo; Micheau; Le Compte/unidentified orch &
cho. [Live; bl covs; no notes; NL] Unique Opera UORC-135(2). B+ [077889] .............................. 16.00
200.*BIZET: Te Deum. POULENC: Gloria. Lovaas; Jerusalem; Zanotelli/Stuttgart Philharmonic;
Vocal Ens. [quad] Candide QCE-31104. A- [077547] ....................................................................... 7.00
201.*BLENDINGER: (Herbert; b.1936): Media in Vita. Donath; Becht; Sawallisch/Bavarian State
Orch; Cho. [dig; DMM] Orfeo S-006821 A. A- to A [077563] ........................................................ 9.00
202.*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- [070723].................................................................................................. 10.00
203.*BLOW: Ode on the Death of Henry Purcell; Bring Shepherds, Bring the Kids & Lambs; Cloe
Found Amintas Lying; Sing, Ye Muses. Deller Consort; Stour Festival Chamber Orch.
RCA VICS-1276. FS [045041] ........................................................................................................... 9.00
204. BOIELDIEU: La Dame Blanche. Louvay; Doniaz; Baudoz; Berbie; Legros; Heral;
Stoll/Raymond Saint-Paul Orch & Cho. [With lovely Soria-like illustrated booklet, but
with French-only notes & libretto] Vega VAL-23(3). A- [082000] ................................................. 30.00
205.*BOITO: Mefistofele: Prologue. BERLIOZ: Romeo & Juliet - 2 Orch Exc. Moscona;
Toscanini/NBC; Shaw Cho; Columbia Boychoir. [terrific sound in the Boito especially] RCA
VIC-1398. A- [077739] ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
206.*BOITO: Mefistofele. Treigle; Domingo; Caballe; Ligi; Begg; Allen; Rudel/LSO; Chos. Angel
SCLX-3806(3). A- [068624] ............................................................................................................. 15.00
207. BOITO: Nerone. Picchi; Petri; Guelfi; Lazzarini; De Cavalieri; Caouana/Teatro San Carlo.
[Live, 1957; with illustrated booklet, but NL] Cetra LO-56(4). A- [056111]................................... 24.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
208.*BOLDEMANN: (Laci; 1921-69): Epitaphs (11 songs). Hagegard; Lindenstrand; Nordin;
Klobucar/Swedish Radio Sym. Phono Suecia PS-29. A- [077454] ............................................... 13.00
209.*BOLDEMANN: (Laci; 1921-69): Songs & Ballades. Leanderson; Eyron, piano. Bluebell
BELL-188. A- [057094] ...................................................................................................................... 9.00
210.*BOULEZ: Improvisation #2. DALLAPICCOLA: Parole di San Paolo; Concerto for
Christmas. HENRI POUSSEUR: Trois Chants Sacres. Sopranos Valente (in Parole) &
Lamoree (in rest); Thome/Philadelphia Composer's Forum. Candide CE-31021. A[078459] ............................................................................................................................................ 11.00
211.*BOYKAN: (Martin; b.1931): Elegy (Bryden, soprano; Hoose/Brandeis Contemporary Ch
Players); Epithalamion (Maddalena, baritone; Cirillo, vln; Crumb, harp). [dig] CRI SD-566.
A- to A [075302] ................................................................................................................................. 9.00
212.*BRAHMS: Alto Rhapsody; Nanie; Triumphlied, Op.55. Fassbaender; W.Brendel;
Sinopoli/CPO; Prague Philharmonic Cho. [dig] DGG 410 864-1. A- to A(c/c) [081508]............. 9.00
213.*BRAHMS: German Requiem (Tomowa-Sintow; Lieb; Koch/Berlin Radio Orch/Cho); Fest-und
Gedenkspruche, Op.109; Three Motets, Op.110 (Knothe/Berlin Radio Solo Ens & Cho).
MHS 3724/25(2). A- [080991] .......................................................................................................... 12.00
214. BRAHMS: German Requiem. Lore Wissman; Theo Adam; Solti/Frankfurt Opera & Museum
Orchestras; Frankfurt Opera Cho. Capitol PBR-8300(2). B+ to B(very minor spine
damage) [053020] .............................................................................................................................. 10.00
215.*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 [064267] ............................................................................................................................... 10.00
216. BRAHMS: Marienlieder; Four Songs for Women's Voices with Two Horns & Harp, Op.17
(Schmid/Vienna Kammerchor); Gesang der Parzen; Nanie (Swoboda/Vienna Sym; Vienna
Kammerchor). West XWN-18062. B++ [070950] ............................................................................ 12.00
217.*BRAHMS: Secular A Cappella Choral Works: Three Choruses, Op.42; Five Choruses,
Op.104; Seven Songs, Op.62. Harrington/Indiana University Singers. Spectrum SR-309.
A- [077896] ......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
218.*BRITTEN: Billy Budd. Glossop; Pears; Langdon; Shirley-Quirk; Composer/LSO. London
OSA-1390(3). A- [085031] ............................................................................................................... 20.00
219.*BRITTEN: Cantata Misericordium (Pears; Fischer-Dieskau; Composer/LSO & Cho.); Sinfonia
da Requiem (Composer/NPO). London OS-25937. A- [074943].................................................... 11.00
220.*BRITTEN: Curlew River. Pears; Shirley-Quirk; Blackburn; Composer & Tunnard/English
Opera Group. London OSA-1156. A- [067884] ............................................................................... 8.00
221.+BRITTEN: Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo; Winter Words. Pears, tenor; Composer, piano.
Decca ECS-629. A- [070484].............................................................................................................. 9.00
222.*BRUNNER: (Adolf; contemporary Swiss): Markus Passion. Studer; Agricola; Bruns; Naf;
Suter; Knall/Kantoreien und Collegium Musicum der Evangelischen Singgemeinde
[German-only notes] Ex Libris EL-16985(3). A- to A [052252] ...................................................... 19.00
223.*BURKHARD: (Willy; 1900-55): Lieder, Op.4 - Op.6 (17 songs total). Annemarie Burkhard,
soprano; Simon Burkhard, piano (composer's son and daughter-in-law). [DMM] Jecklin
Disco-625. A- to A [077562]............................................................................................................... 9.00
224.*BYRD: The Great Service. Graham-Campbell, cantor; Cleobury/Choir of King's College,
Cambridge. [dig; DMM] EMI EL-27 05464 1. A- to A [078445] .................................................... 8.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
225.*CARRILLO: (Julian; 1875-1965): Mass for Pope John XXIII. Blot/Chorale des Professeurs de
Musique de ala Ville de Paris. CRI SD-246. A- [078550] ................................................................ 11.00
226.*CARVER: (Robert; 1487-1566): Dum Sacrum Mysterium (Scottish Mass); Gaude, Flore
Virginali (motet). Gifford/Renaissance Group of St. Andrews. Alpha ACA-582. A- to A
[059052] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
227.*CASTIGLIONI (Niccolo): Le Favole di Esopo (Aesop's Fables; Bertini/RAI Milan Orch & Cho;
live, 1980); Salmo XIX (Psalm XIX; Szwaigier & Woytowicz, sopranos; Wit/Cracow Radio
orch & Cho; live, 1980). Italia ITL-70082. A- to A [077550] .......................................................... 13.00
228.*CEREROLS: (Joan; 1618-80): Seven Spanish Motets. JOSEP ANTONI MARTI (1719-63):
Christmas Music - Silencio; O Magnum Mysterium. Estrada; Basora;
Segarra/Sangerknaben von Montserrat; Barcelona Soloists Ens. [Germn-only notes]
Schwann AMS-710/711(2). A- to A [085485] .................................................................................. 16.00
229.*CHARPENTIER: Louise. Lott; Pruett; Blanc; Gorr; Cambreling/Belgian Opera. [dig; Live,
1983] Erato NUM-750843(3). A-(minor box corner dents) [070782] .............................................. 16.00
230.*CHARPENTIER: Messe en Sol (excerpts). Ricour/Orch; Choeur Renaissance. [French-only
notes] Arion ARN-31 919. A- [077094] ............................................................................................. 8.00
231.*CHAYNES: (Charles): Pour un Monde Noir (Quatre poemes pour soprano et orchestre sur le
theme de la negritude). Eda-Pierre; Amy/Nouvel Orch Philharmonique. [French-only
notes] Calliope CAL-1857. A- to A [077904]..................................................................................... 9.00
232.*CHERUBINI: Medea. Jones; Lorengar; Cossotto; Prevedi; Diaz; Gardelli/ASCR. London OSA1389(3). A- [068947]......................................................................................................................... 13.00
233.*CHERUBINI: Medea. Sass; Luchetti; Kalmar; Takacs; Kovats; Gardelli/Budapest Symphony.
Hungaroton SLPX-11904-6(3). A-(minor box scuffs) [076903] ...................................................... 13.00
234.*CILEA: Adriana Lecouvreur. Tebaldi; Del Monaco; Simionato; Maionica; Ricciardi;
Capuana/ASCR. A- [065228] .......................................................................................................... 18.00
235.*CIMAROSA: L'Italia in London. Orciani; Maria Angeles Peters; Comencini; Ariostini;
Rizzi/Orch Sinfonica di Piacenza. Bongiovanni GB-2040/42(3). A- to A [073989] ..................... 19.00
236.*CRUMB: (George): Madrigals. E.Suderburg, soprano; R.Suderburg/The Contemporary
Group, University of Washington. Turn TVS-34523. A- [066477] ................................................ 9.00
237.*DAVID: (Johann Nepomuk; 1895-1977): Motetten von Tod & Ewigkeit. Witte/Kantorei der
Martin-Luther-Kirche Trossingen. [German-only notes] Audite FSM-53 406. A- to A
[077663] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
238.*DEBUSSY: Pelleas et Melisande. Spoorenberg; Maurane; London; Hoekman; Ansermet/OSR.
London OSA-1379(3). A- [073492] .................................................................................................. 19.00
239.*DELIUS: Fennimore and Gerda. Soderstrom; Tear; Cook; Davies/Danish Radio Orch & Cho.
[quad] Angel SBLX-3835(2). A- [068088] ....................................................................................... 14.00
240. DELIUS: Sea Drift (Boyce, baritone); Hassan (Fry, baritone). Beecham/RPO; BBC Cho.
British CBS 61224. A- to A [067685] ................................................................................................. 9.00
241.*DELIUS: Songs of Sunset; Cynara; An Arabesque. Baker; Shirley-Quirk; Groves/Liverpool
Phil; Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-36603. A- [068774] ........................................................................ 9.00
242. DELLO JOIO: A Psalm of David. Crane Chorus & Orch of NY State University/Helen Hosmer,
director. [10-inch] Concert Hall Society CHS-1118. A- [072254] ................................................... 13.00
243.*DIABELLI: Pastoralmess in F, Op.147. Degler; Linden; Rauschkolb; Clayton; Muller;
Ehret/Orch & Cho of St. Michael, Munich. Schwann Musica Sacra AMS-81. A- [059167] ......... 9.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
244.*DISTLER: (Hugo; 1908-42): Totentanz. Klam; Tugel; Lippert; Eilert; Reincke; Wolters/North
German Singkreis. MHS 3109. A-(no texts) [077569] ..................................................................... 9.00
245.*DITTERSDORF: Ester (oratorio). Kalmar; Tokody; Takacs; Horvath; Szekeres/Liszt Ch Orch;
Budapest Madrigal Cho. Hungaroton SLPX-11745/6(2). A- [077625] ......................................... 13.00
246.*DONIZETTI: Anna Bolena. Sills; Verrett; Burrows; Plishka; Rudel/LSO; Alldis Cho. Audio
Treas ABC-ATS-20015(4). A- [076898] .......................................................................................... 14.00
247. DONIZETTI: Don Sebastiano. Barbieri; Poggi; Mascherini; Dondi; Neri; Giulini/Unidentified
Company. [Live; in blank jackets; NL] Unique Opera UORC-233(2). A- to B++ [057775] .......... 22.00
248.*DONIZETTI: Il Furioso All'Isola di San Domingo. Luchetti; Falarico; Colmagro; Reyes;
Campanella/Teatro Verdi di Trieste; Cho. MHS 1543/44(2). A- [076900] ................................. 15.00
249.*DONIZETTI: L'Elisir d'Amore. Freni; Gedda; Sereni; Capecchi; Arena; MolinariPradelli/Rome Opera. [blue labels] Angel SBL-3701(2). A- [076897] .......................................... 15.00
250. DONIZETTI: L'Elisir d'Amore. B.Gigli; Rina Gigli; Taddei; Tajo; Gavazzeni/unidentified
company. [Live, 1953; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 354(2). B/B+ [072360] ...... 18.00
251. DONIZETTI: L'Esule di Roma. Ricciarelli; Brewer; Bogart; Gibbs; Hammonds; Head/Pro
Opera Orch; Chelsea Opera Cho. [Live, 1982; 1st recording; with English notes &
synopsis; NL] HRE 399(3). A- [076734] .......................................................................................... 21.00
252.*DONIZETTI: La Favorita. Toczyska; Kraus; Sardinero; Siepi; Monica/Unnamed Company.
[Live, 1981; without notes or libretto - as issued] HRE 401(3). A- [071107] .................................. 18.00
253.*DONIZETTI: La Favorita. Pavarotti; Cossotto; Bacquier; Ghiaurov; Cotrubas; Bonynge/Teatro
Comunale, Bologna. London OSA-13113(3). A- [076026] ............................................................ 15.00
254.*DONIZETTI: Lucia di Lammermoor. Caballe; Carreras; Ahnsjo; Ramey; Sardinero; Lopez
Cobos/NPO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. Philips 6703 080(3). A- to A(minor box scuffs)
[056113] .............................................................................................................................................. 8.00
255. DONIZETTI: Maria de Rudenz. Andrew; Jenkins; du Plessis; Francis/Philomusica of London;
Opera Rara Cho. [Live; 10/27/1974] MRF 140(2). A- [073979] ................................................... 18.00
256.*DONIZETTI: Maria Stuarda. Sills; Farrell; Burrows; Quilco; Kern; du Plessis; Ceccato/LPO;
Alldis Choir. Audio Treas ABC-ATS-20010(3). A- [060183] ........................................................ 14.00
257.*DONIZETTI: Maria Stuarda. Sills; Farrell; Burrows; Quilco; Kern; Ceccato/LPO; Alldis Cho.
[drm] Angel AVC-34032(3). A- [073491] ........................................................................................ 13.00
258.*DONIZETTI: Roberto Devereux. Sills; Ilosfalvy; Glossop; Wolff; Mackerras/RPO;
Ambrosian Opera Cho. West WST-323(3). A- [077296] .............................................................. 14.00
259.*DRIESSLER: (Johannes): Dein Reich Komme (oratorio on biblical texts, 1950). Spreckelsen;
Turk;Jelden; Gottsche/Evangelische Jugendkantorei der Pfaltz; Ch Orch. [dig; NL;
German-only notes] Cantate CAN-790001-2(2). A- to A [085473] ................................................. 20.00
260.*DRING: (Madeleine; 1923-77): Songs (19 settings of poems by Aitken, Armstrong, Betjeman,
Herrick, Shakespeare & Skelton). Tear, tenor; Ledger, piano. Meridian E-77050. A- to A
[077465] ............................................................................................................................................ 13.00
261.*DUFAY: Music from the Court of Burgundy. Beckett/Musica Reservata. Philips 6500 085. FS
[054629] ............................................................................................................................................ 10.00
262.*DURKO: (Zsolt; b.1934): Burial Prayer; Oratorio. Fulop; Uto; Lehel/Budapest Sym; Cho.
Also: "Chamber Music, 1972-73" (Tusa & Lantos, pianos). Hungaroton SLPX-11803. A[077930] .............................................................................................................................................. 7.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
263. DVORAK: Armida. Caballe; Schlott; Engels; Brambock; Esparza; Albrecht/Unidentified
company [Live; Bremen, 1961; blank covers; with extended synopsis & brief notes, but NL]
Private Edition MR-2007(2). A-(lgt tks 1/4-inch sd 2) [072676] ..................................................... 18.00
264.*DVORAK: Biblical Songs (11; plus two more songs). Soukupova; Moravec, piano. Supraphon
50 898. A- [077560] ............................................................................................................................ 9.00
265.*DVORAK: Mass in D, Op.86. Tikalowa; Mixova; Blachut; Haken; Smetacek/Prague Radio
Orch; CPO Cho. [German-only notes] Musica Sacra AMS-29. A- to A [073662] .......................... 9.00
266. DVORAK: Rusalka. Frick; Trotschel; Schindler; Rott; Keilberth/Dresden State Opera. [minor
box damage] Urania URLP-219(3). B+(a few scuffs but mostly sounds better) [081266] .............. 20.00
267.*DVORAK: The Spectre's Bride. Tikalova; Blachut; Mraz; Krombholc/CPO & Cho.
Supraphon SUAST-50381/2(2). A- [073484] ................................................................................... 14.00
268.*EISLER: (Hanns; 1898-1962): Songs (18). Bentley, vocalist & piano, harmonium. Folkways FH5433. A- [077582] ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
269.*ELGAR: The Dream of Gerontius. Pears; Minton; Shirley-Quirk; Britten/LSO & Cho; King's
College Choir, Cambridge. London OSA-1293(2). A- [077295] ................................................... 13.00
270. ELGAR: The Dream of Gerontius. Nash; Ripley; Noble; Walker; Sargent/Liverpool
Philharmonic; Huddersfield Choral Soc. [recorded 1945] EMI RLS-709(2). A- [081612] ......... 18.00
271.*ELGAR: The Light of Life. Marshall; Watts; Legate; Shirley-Quirk; Groves/Liverpool
Philharmonic & Cho. EMI ASD-2952. A- [066487] ........................................................................ 9.00
272. ELIZABETHAN SONGS: Twenty Songs by Dowland, Campion, Morley, Jones, Attey, Bartlet,
Corkine, Ford, Hilton, Lawes, etc. Notley, baritone; Brynley, tenor; Wolfe, harpsichord.
Tradition TLP-1012. A- [065451] ....................................................................................................... 9.00
273.*ERKEL: (Ferenc; 1810-93): Bank Ban. Simandy; Agay; Komlossi; Reti; Ferencsik/Budapest
Philharmonic; Hungarian Opera Cho. Hungaroton SLPX-11376-78(3). A- [084963]................ 18.00
274.*FAURE: Requiem; Cantique de Jean Racine. Hendricks; Van Dam; Plasson/Toulouse
Capitol Orch; Cho. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38252. A- to A [066456] ............................................. 9.00
275.*FAURE: Requiem; Cantique de Jean Racine. Kruysen; Thilliez; Fremaux/Monte Carlo
Opera Orch; Cho. British RCA GL-25243. A-(very brief tks sd 1) [066531] .................................. 7.00
276.*FAURE: Requiem; Pavane (original version). Popp; Nimsgern; Andrew Davis/PO; Chos. Col
M-35153. A-(demo copy) [067185] .................................................................................................... 7.00
277.*FAURE: Requiem (Auger; Luxon); Messe Basse (Paul Smy). Ledger/ECO; Choir of King's
College, Cambridge. [dig] Angel DS-37918. A- to A [074012] ....................................................... 9.00
278. FAURE: Requiem. Sautereau; Demigny; Leibowitz/Paris Philharmonic & Cho. [10-inch]
Musical Masterpiece Society MMS 82. B+ [072260] ....................................................................... 13.00
279.*FAURE: Requiem. Ashton; Varcoe; Rutter/City of London Sinfonietta; Cambridge Singers.
[dig; Gramophone record award, 1985] Conifer CFRA-122. A- to A [073198] .............................. 10.00
280.*FAYRFAX: (Robert; 1464-1521): Mass, "Tecum principium;" Motet, "Aeterne laudis lilium."
Stevens/Ambrosian Singers. Schwann Musica Sacra AMS-38. A- [064788] ................................ 10.00
281.*FELSTED: (Samuel; 1743-1802): Jonah. Livings; Riggs; Dox/Catskill Choral Soc. MHS
4870L. A- [077908] ............................................................................................................................. 9.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
282.*FINZI: Songs by Finzi & His Friends (25th Anniversary of his death, 1981). Songs of
Finzi(13), Robin Milford(3), Ernest Farrar, Ivor Gurney(3) & Harry Gill; sung by Partridge,
tenor; Roberts, baritone; Benson, piano. Hyperion A-66015. A- to A [077532] ............................ 13.00
283.*FINZI: Three Short Elegies; Seven Part Songs; Magnificat; God is Gone Up.
O'Brien/Exultate Singers. MHS 4320. A- [066481]............................................................................ 9.00
284. FLAGELLO: Songs from An Island in the Moon (6); Contemplazioni di Michelangelo.
Tatum, soprano; Composer/Sinfonica di Roma. Serenus SRE-1005. A-- [071100] ...................... 10.00
285.*FLOTOW: Martha. Rothenberger; Fassbaender; Gedda; Prey; Heger/Bavarian State Opera.
Angel SCL-3753(3). A- [065187] ..................................................................................................... 13.00
286.*FORMAN: (Joanne): Songs (4; K.Woolf, soprano, with harp & organ). LAWRENCE MOSS:
Fantasy (Weigert, piano). ANDREW THOMAS: An Wasser Flussen Babylon (Composer
& Violette, pianos). Opus One #34. A- [077587] ............................................................................. 13.00
287.*FRANCK: Mass in A, Op.12. Wiens; Mettre; Ingram; Beck/Philharmonie Schwabisch
Gmund. [German-only notes] Audite FSM-63 410. A- to A [077876] ............................................. 9.00
288.*GEIJER: (Erik Gustaf; 1783-1847): Songs sung by Rolf Leanderson(13) and Iwa Sorenson(12).
Hedwal, hammerklavier (in all). Bluebell BELL-145. A- [077600] .................................................. 9.00
289.*GILBERT & SULLIVAN: Pirates of Penzance. Cook; Palmer; Adams; Potter; Godfrey/RPO;
D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. [Includes notes and libretto, but the booklet (though
showing this set number) gives the credits - for the old mono version!] London JL-42003(2).
A- to A(Dutch pressing) [077294] ...................................................................................................... 9.00
290. GILBERT & SULLIVAN: The Mikado. Green; Fancourt; Osborn; Watson; Styler;
Godfrey/D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. [NL - as issued] Richmond RS-62004(2). A[065180] ............................................................................................................................................ 10.00
291.*GILBERT & SULLIVAN: Trial by Jury. Baker; Morison; Lewis; Cameron; Branniigan;
Sargent/Pro Arte Orch; Glyndebourne Festival Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-35966. A[073757] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
292. GIORDANO: Fedora. Tebaldi; Di Stefano; Sereni; Basile/unidentified company. [Live, 1961;
no notes, NL - as issued] HRE 392(2). A- [073610] ......................................................................... 12.00
293.*GLASS: The Photographer. Zukofsky, violin; Riesman/Instrumental Ens & Cho. CBS FM37849. A- to A [056073] ..................................................................................................................... 7.00
294.*GLUCK: Alceste (original Italian version edited by Geraint Jones). Flagstad; Young; Jobin;
Lowe; Hemsley; Clark; Jones/Jones Orch & Cho. Richmond SRS-63512(3). A- [065184] ......... 13.00
295. GLUCK: Orfeo ed Euridice. Ferrier; Koeman; Duval; Bruck/Netherlands Opera. [live, 1951]
EMI RLS-725(2). A- [081598].......................................................................................................... 20.00
296.*GOMBERT: Missa Da Pacem. Renaissance Motets by Gombert, non Papa, Lheritier & Willaert.
Planchart/Capella Cordina. Lyrichord LLST-7245. A- [077107] ................................................. 10.00
297. GOUNOD: Faust. Berthon; Vazzani; Journet; Musy. BERLIOZ: Damnation of Faust (excerpts).
Berthon; DeTrevi; Panzera. [not stated in notes, but apparently from 1931 with
Coppola/Pasdeloup Orch. [with notes but NL] Eclat EC-1001(3). B+(occasionally to B)
[073150] ............................................................................................................................................ 21.00
298.*GOUNOD: Mireille. Freni; Vanzo; Rhodes; Van Dam; Bacquier; Plasson/Toulouse Orch &
Cho. Angel SZCX-3905(3). A-(c/c) [064094] .................................................................................. 18.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
299. GOUNOD: Romeo & Juliette. Sayao; Benzell; Turner; Bjoerling; Hayward;
Cooper/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; February 1, 1947; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of
Opera EJS 154(2). B+ [072355] ........................................................................................................ 21.00
300.*GOUNOD: Romeo and Juliet. Corelli; Freni; Depraz; Cales; Thau; Vilma; Cardona;
Lombard/Paris Opera. [blue labels] Angel SCL-3734(3). A- [064130] ........................................ 18.00
301.*GRIEG: Haugtussa; Five Songs on Poems of Vilhelm Krag. Andersen, soprano; Bratlie,
piano. Simax PS-1011. A-to A [064468] .......................................................................................... 10.00
302.*GRIEG: Landkjenning; Olav Trygvason (excerpts). Hansli; Hanssen; Carlsen; Dreier/LSO;
Oslo Philharmonic Cho. Unicorn RHS-364. A- to A [078423] ........................................................ 5.00
303.*HAMAL: (Jean-Noel; 1709-78): Judith Triumphans. Ceuppens; Decortis; Bastin; Driessche;
Anspach/Soloists of Liege Ins Ens; University of Liege Cho. Monumenta Belgicae Musicae
MBM-1. A- to A [077909] .................................................................................................................. 9.00
304.*HANDEL: Alexander's Feast. Palmer; Johnson; Roberts; Stockholm; Harnoncourt/Concentus
Musicus Wien. [Live; Pro Musica Festival, Bremen Radio, October 1977] Telefunken
6.35440(2). A- to A(c/c) [067101] ...................................................................................................... 9.00
305.*HANDEL: Dixit Dominus. Baker; Zylis-Gara; Lane; Tear; Shirley-Quirk; Willcocks/ECO;
King's College Choir, Cambridge. Angel S-36331. A- [068854] .................................................... 9.00
306.*HANDEL: Four Anthems for the Coronation of George II. Menuhin/Ambrosian Singers;
Menuhin Festival Orch. Angel S-36741. A- [053084] ........................................................................ 7.00
307.*HANDEL: Messiah. Blegen; Ciesinski; Aler; Cheek; Westenberg/Musica Sacra. [dig] RCA
ARC3-4352(3). A-(c/c) [065233] ...................................................................................................... 13.00
308.*HANDEL: Semele. Armstrong; Watts; Tear; Diaz; Palmer; Deller; Somary/ECO; Amor Artis
Cho. [quad] Van VSQ-30022/4(3). A-(c/c) [066317]....................................................................... 13.00
309.*HANDEL: Serse. Forrester; Popp; Brannigan; Miller; Tyler; Priestman/Vienna Radio Orch &
Academy Cho. West WST-321(3). A- [076867] ............................................................................. 17.00
310.*HANDEL: Solomon. Diaz; Armstrong; Tear; Palmer; Rippon; Somary/ECO; Amor Artis
Chorale. Van VSD-71204/6(3). A-(c/c) [066316] ........................................................................... 13.00
311.*HAYAKAWA (Masaaki; b.1934): Inori for Hiroshima (M.Yamamoto; Imamura;
Composer/Percussion Ens); Requiem Santi for Bamboo Flute & Strings (H.Yamamoto;
Composer/Vivaldi Ens). Terpsichore 1982 505. A- to A [077533] .................................................... 9.00
312.*HAYDN: Cantatas: Arianna a Naxos; Scena de Berenice; Miseri Noi, Misera Patria. BartfaiBarta, soprano; Petro/Savaria Sym. [dig] Hungaroton SLPD-12432. A- [054768]....................... 10.00
313.*HAYDN: Die Erwahlung eines Kapellmeisters; Chor der Danen; Svanisce in un Momento;
Madrigal, The Storm. Takas; Szokefalvi-Nagy; Fulop; Szekeres/Hungarian State Orch;
Budapest Madrigal Cho. Fidelio FL-3320. A- to A [067154] .......................................................... 9.00
314.*HAYDN: English Canzonettes (14). Griffett, tenor; Tracey, fortepiano. Telefunken 6.42780.
FS [054636] ......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
315.*HAYDN: Harmonienmesse. Spoorenberg; Watts; Young; Rouleau; Guest/ASMF; Cho. Argo
ZRG-515. A- [065663] ........................................................................................................................ 7.00
316. HAYDN: Missa Sancti Bernardi de Offida ("Heiligmesse"). Woldike/Royal Danish Orch;
Copenhagen Boys' & Mens' Choir. Haydn Soc HS-9061. A- [078314] .......................................... 8.00
317. HAYDN: Missa St. Nicolai. Thoman; Bahl; Equiluz; Eder; Barati/VSOO; Cho. Lyrichord LL114. A- [078315] ................................................................................................................................. 7.00
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318.*HAYDN: The Creation. Ameling; Krenn; Krause; Spoorenberg; Fairhurst; Munchinger/VPO.
London OSA-1271(2). A- [068959] .................................................................................................. 13.00
319.*HAYDN: The Seasons (sung in English). Morison; Young; Langdon; Beecham/RPO; Beecham
Choral Soc. EMI SLS-5158(3). A- to A [082198] ........................................................................... 25.00
320.*HAYDN: The Seven Last Words of Christ on the Cross. Babikian; Dressel; Alberts; van
Kesteren; Wiener; Scherchen/VSOO; Academy Cho. West WST-17006. A- [072386] ............... 14.00
321.*HAYDN (MICHAEL): Missa Sancti Aloysii; Offertorium pro Festo SS. Innocentium;
Sequentia ad Festum S.P. Augustini; Offertorium pro Festo Cuiuscunque S'tae Virginis
et Martyris. Marton; Nemeth; Szokefalvi-Nagy; Szabo/Gyor Philharmonic & Girls Choir.
Hungaroton SLPX-11678. A- [073963] .............................................................................................. 8.00
322.*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 [077551] ...................................................... 13.00
323.*HEINIO: (Mikko; b.1948): Song cycles to texts of Edith Sodergran: The Shadow of the Future
(Bergman, soprano; Composer/Finnish Brass Ens); The Land That Is Not (Djupsjobacka,
piano; Cho). Fuga 3043. A- [077931] ................................................................................................. 9.00
324.*HEISE: (Peter; 1830-79): Songs (8). P.E.LANGE-MULLER (1850-1926): Songs (10). Moller;
Norup; Guillaume; Hedegaard, vocalists; Gurtler, Veto & Madsen, pianists. [Texts in
Danish only] Dansk Musik Antologi EMI DMA-007. A- to A [077415] ......................................... 13.00
325.*HONEGGER: Jeanne d'Arc au Bucher. Borgeaud; Favory; Brun; Galliard; Chateau; Rodde;
Brachet; Baudo/CPO & Cho; Children's Cho. Supraphon 112 1651/2(2). A- [072170] .............. 14.00
326.*HONEGGER: Jeanne d'Arc au Bucher. Borgeaud; Favory; Brun; Galliard; Chateau; Rodde;
Brachet; Baudo/CPO & Cho; Children's Cho. [quad] Supraphon 412 1651/2(2). A[077382] ............................................................................................................................................ 13.00
327.*HUMPERDINCK: Hansel & Gretel. Moffo; Donath; Fischer-Dieskau; Ludwig; Berthold;
Auger; Popp; Eichorn/BVRS; Tolz Boychoir. RCA ARL2-0637(2). A- [077210]........................ 13.00
328.*JANACEK: From the House of the Dead. Bednar; Tattermuschova; Striska; Joran;
Gregor/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50705/6(2). A- [065198] ......................... 12.00
329.*JANACEK: Glagolitic Mass. Benackova; Soukoupova; Livora; Prusa; Neumann/CPO & Cho.
[live] Panton 11 0720. A- [073850] .................................................................................................... 9.00
330.*JANACEK: Glagolitic Mass. Palmer; Gunson; Mitchinson; King; Rattle/City of Birmingham
Sym. [dig] EMI ASD-4066. A- [079972] ........................................................................................... 5.00
331. JANACEK: Slavonic Mass. Soloists; Bakala/Brno Radio Orch. Side 4: Janacek - Piano Sonata
in e (Palenicek). [10-inch discs] Supraphon LPM-39/40(2). B [078586] ........................................ 10.00
332.*JORA: (Mihail): Songs (22). Misc vocalists & pianists. [Notes in Roumanian & French only]
Electrecord ECE-01345. A- [077416] ............................................................................................... 13.00
333.*JOUBERT: (John): Choral Music: (Pro Pace; Three Hymns to St. Oswald). Halsey/Louis
Halsey Singers. Pearl SHE-534. A- [077574] ..................................................................................... 9.00
334.*KODALY: Missa Brevis; Jesus and the Changers. Whikeart Chorale. Lyrichord LLST-7144.
A- [066528] ......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
335.*KOECHLIN: Sept Chansons Pour Gladys; Rondels(7); nine other songs. Leblanc, soprano;
Sharon, piano.. [dig] Hyperion A-66243. A- to A(c/c) [054261] ...................................................... 9.00
336.*KOMMA: (Karl Michael; b.1913): St. Matthew Passion. Wehrung; Schmid; Spohn-Gerlach;
Gerbert; Rehm/Balinger Kantorei. MHS 1834. A- [077592] ........................................................... 9.00
337.*KOSA: (Gyorgy; b.1897): Songs to Poems by Hungarian Poets (9). Keonch, tenor; Paszthy,
Czengery, Sziklay, sopranos; Gregor, bass; Composer, piano. Hungaroton SLPX-12537. A[077456] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
338.*KRENEK: Drei Gesange, Op.56; Spatlese, Op.218. Ingham, baritone; Horn, piano. Orion ORS78298. A- [077408] ............................................................................................................................. 9.00
339.*KRENEK: Reisebuch aus den Osterreichischen Alpen (song cycle). Zednik, tenor; K.Leitner,
piano. [Live; German-only notes] Preiser 120 728. A- to B+(occ lgt tks from sm scrs)
[061243] ............................................................................................................................................ 10.00
340.*KRENEK: Songs of the Late Year. Ingham, baritone; Horn, piano. Orion ORS-78308. A[077403] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
341.*KUHLAU: The Elf-Hill. Plesner; Schmidt-Johansen; Frandsen/Danish Radio Orch & Cho.
[No texts] Dansk Musik Antologi EMI DMA-041. A- to A [054812] ............................................... 9.00
342.*LAJTHA (Laszlo; 1892-1963): Magnificat; Trois Hymnes a la Vierge; 4 Madrigaux. Szabo,
Parkai/Liszt Academy Ch Cho. Hungaroton SLPX-11965. A- [077597] ........................................... 9.00
343.*LANG (Istvan): A Dream About the Theatre (Television Opera). Solyom-Nagy; Kukely;
Takacs; Lehel/Budapest Sym. Hungaroton SLPX-12700. A- [078289] ........................................ 11.00
344.*LANGE-MULLER: (P.E.; 1850-1926): Songs (16). Norup; Veto, piano. [Texts in Danish only]
Dansk Musik Antologi EMI DMA-009. A- to A [064445]............................................................... 10.00
345. LARSSON: (Lars-Erik): Forkladd Gud ("A God in Disguise" - Lyric Suite). Soderstrom;
Saeden; Ekborg; Westerberg/Stockholm Radio Orch; Cho. GRIEG: Landkjenning.
Saeden; Ralf/Orch; Stockholm Studentsangarforbund. Telefunken / Swedish Society
Discofil LT-33121. A- [067754] ......................................................................................................... 9.00
346.*LEFANU: (Nicola): The Same Day Dawns (Manning, soprano; Ins Ens); But Stars Remaining
(Manning, soprano); Deva for Solo Cello & Seven Players (Van Kampen; Nash Ens).
Chandos ABR-1017. A- to A [077399] ............................................................................................... 9.00
347.*LEGUERNEY: (Jacques; b.1906): Songs, Vol 2 (29). Massell, soprano; Ollmann, baritone;
Dibbern, pf. Harmonia Mundi HMC-1172. A- to A [077417] .......................................................... 13.00
348. LEHAR: Merry Widow. Gueden; Grunden; Kmentt; Loose; Donch; Stolz/VSOO; Cho. London
A-4233(2). A- [073476] .................................................................................................................... 13.00
349.*LEIGHTON: (Kenneth): Crucifixus pro Nobis; God's Grandeur; An Easter Sequence;
Paean. English, tenor; Carroll, treble; Lumsden/Choir of New College, Oxford. Abbey
ABY-702. A- [077899] ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
350.*LENDVAY: (Kamillo): Orogenesis (oratorio on the works of Gyula Urban). Andor; Szirmai;
Reti; Palcso; Dene; Kozak; Lehel/Hungarian Radio Orch & Cho. Hungaroton SLPX11524. A- [077590] ............................................................................................................................. 9.00
351.*LENOT: (Jacques; b.1945): Pour Memoire II - 1980 (J.Harper, soprano; Mercier/French
National Orch); We Approach the Sea (Gueit, piano); Allegories d'Exil IV - 1977
(Boulez/Ens InterContemporain). Harmonia Mundi HM-5138. A- to A [077934] ............................ 9.00
352.*LENTZ: (Daniel): The Crack in the Bell; The Dream King; Wild Turkeys; Lullaby; Adieu.
Lowe & Sterne (vocals); Ellis, Kuehn, Jones (synthesizers); Harbison/LA Phil New Music
Group. [dig; DMM] EMI DS-49180. A- to A(c/c) [074084] ............................................................. 9.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
353. LEONCAVALLO: Pagliacci (abridged). Amara; Da Costa; Guarrera; Anthony; Marsh;
Cleva/Metropolitan Opera. Metropolitan Opera Record Club MO-811. A- [083612] .................. 12.00
354.*LEWIN: (Frank; b.1925): Innocence & Experience (S.Wyner, soprano; Y.Wyner/Ch Ens);
Music for New Family of Violins (three works for Carleen Hutchins' newly-designed family
of stringed instruments, c.1979; Glickman/String Ens). MHS 4102. A- [077577] .......................... 9.00
355.*LIDHOLM: (Ingvar; b.1921): The Poet's Night (cantata). Sorensen, soprano;
Blomstedt/Swedish Radio Orch & Cho. Caprice CAP-1269. A- to A [077593] ............................. 9.00
356.*LIST: (Garrett): Your Own Self. LaBarbara, Clayton & Kaplan, voices; Instrumental Ens. Opus
One #15. A- [077603]........................................................................................................................ 13.00
357.*LISZT: Missa Choralis. Laszlo; Barlay; Bartha; Palcso; Bende; Nadas; Forrai/Budapest Cho.
Qualiton SLPX-1141. A- [060024] ................................................................................................... 10.00
358.*LISZT: Missa Coronationalis. Kincses; Takas; Gulyas; Polgar; Lehel/Budapest Sym;
Hungarian Radio Cho. Hungaroton SLPX-12148. A- [077609] ...................................................... 7.00
359.*LISZT: Secular Male Choruses (11). Keonch; Korondy; Bardossy; Gregor; Kis/Male Chorus
of Hungarian People's Army. Hungaroton SLPX-11765. A- [077598] ........................................... 7.00
360.*LISZT: The Legend of Saint Elizabeth. Kovats; Komlossy; Solyom; Andor; Gregor;
Ferencsik/Slovak Philharmonic; Chos. [recorded in German; nice color illustrations in
libretto booklet] Hungaroton SLPX-11650-52(3). A- [065306] ....................................................... 20.00
361.*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 [051208] ............................................................................................................. 12.00
362.*LOEVENDIE: (Theo; b.1930): The Nightingale for Narrator & Seven Instruments (text by Hans
Christian Andersen). Visser, narrator; Ensemble M. [Notes in Dutch only] Composers' Voice
1981/1. A- to A [077940] .................................................................................................................. 13.00
363.*LOEWE: Lieder & Balladen (17). Fischer-Dieskau; Holl, piano. [dig; DMM] Teldec 6.43753.
A- to A [077428] ............................................................................................................................... 13.00
364.*LOLOV: (Vassil): The Singing Alphabet (Composer/Children's Choir). PETER STOUPEL:
Four Children's Songs (Nedyanlkov/Children's Choir). Balkanton BEA-1605. A- [077901] ......... 9.00
365.*LOPES-GRACA: (Fernando): Song Cycles - As Maos e os Frutos (Hands nand Fruites); Mar
de Setembro (Sea of September). Seraphim, tenor; Composer, piano. [Texts in Portuguese
only] Portuguese EMI 8E063-40394. A- [077932] ........................................................................... 13.00
366.*LOPEZ: (Peter Dickson): The Ship of Death. Buckner, tenor; Hugues/Arch Ens for
Experimental Music. 1750 Arch S-1794. A- [077571] ..................................................................... 9.00
367.*LUTYENS: (Elizabeth): And Suddenly it's Evening (Handt, tenor & conducting BBC Sym
Members). DAVID BEDFORD: Music for Albion (Manning, soprano; Carewe/BBC Sym
Members). Argo ZRG-638. A- [073888] ......................................................................................... 12.00
368.*MADETOJA: (Leevi; 1887-1947): Songs for Mixed & Female Chorus (15). Andersen/Klemetti
Ch Cho; Jounela/Oulu Ch Cho. Finlandia FA-337. A- [055148]........................................................ 9.00
369.*MADETOJA: (Leevi; 1887-1947): Songs for Mixed Chorus (15). Andersen/Klemetti Ch Cho.
Finlandia FA-331. A- [055149] ........................................................................................................... 9.00
370. MARTIN: (R.P.Emile): Messe du Sacre des Rois de France. Giraudeau; Giraud & Alain,
organs; Composer/Chanteurs de Saint-Eustache. [notes in French only] Pacific LDP-F111. B-(jacket has tape repair) [078267] ............................................................................................. 9.00
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371.*MARTIN: Golgotha. Staempfli; Montmollin; Tappy; Mollet; Huttenlocher; Faller/Orch; Cho.
MHS 1337/8(2). A- [064448] ............................................................................................................ 18.00
372.*MARTINI: (Giambattista; 1706-1784): Duetti da Camera (12). Gabrieli, soprano; Caplan &
Walters, mezzo; DeVoll, tenor; Elvins, bass; Pearlman, harpsichord; Rubinow, baroque cello.
Orion ORS-79356. A- [077413] .......................................................................................................... 7.00
373.*MARTINU: The Opening of the Wells; The Legend of the Smoke from the Potato Tops;
Dandelion Romance; Mikes from the Mountains (all are cantatas on works by Miroslav
Bures). Soloists; Veselka/Czech Philhamonic Cho. Supraphon 1112-3631-2(2). A- [080845]..... 20.00
374.*MARTIRANO: (Salvatore): Mass. London/Ineluctable Modality. DONALD MARTINO: Seven
Pious Pieces. Oliver/Oliver Chorale. New World NW-210. A- [072901] ....................................... 11.00
375.*MARX: (Karl; b.1897): Madrigals & Choral Songs. Bernius/Kammerchor Stuttgart. [Germanonly notes and texts] FSM 53138. A- to A [066536] ........................................................................ 13.00
376. MASCAGNI: Cavalleria Rusticana. Nordmo-Lovberg; Bjoerling; Swedenbrant; Sehlmark;
Bendix/Stockholm Opera. [Live, 1955; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 346. B
[070173] ............................................................................................................................................ 13.00
377. MASCAGNI: Cavalleria Rusticana. Corelli; Simionato; Guelfi; Gavazzeni/unidentified
company. [Live, 1963] LEONCAVALLO: I Pagliacci. Corelli; Micheluzzi; Gobbi;
Simonetto/unidentified company. [Live, 1954] [NL] HRE 413(3). A- [081295] .......................... 20.00
378. MASCAGNI: Iris. Olivero; Puma; Meletti; Neri; Oliva; Questa/RAI Turin. [Live; Turin, Sept
6, 1956] [Italian-only libretto] Fonit Cetra LAR-23(3). A- to A [057805] ....................................... 26.00
379. MASCAGNI: Iris. Christoff; Petrella; di Stefano; Meletti; De Palma; Gavazzeni/Rome Opera.
[Live; December 26, 1956; with English notes, but Italian-only libretto] Movimento Musica
03 023(3). A- [074431]...................................................................................................................... 21.00
380.*MASCAGNI: L'Amico Fritz. Freni; Pavarotti; Sardiniero; Gavazzeni/ROHCG. [blue labels]
Angel SBL-3737(2). A- [065242] ..................................................................................................... 14.00
381. MASSE: (Victor; 1822-84): Galathee. Gresse; Morlet; Jouvin; Vaguet; Archainbaud/Orch.
[recorded 1912; issued with synopsis & notes in English, but NL] Bourg BG-4019-20(2). Ato A [057711] .................................................................................................................................... 19.00
382.*MASSENET: Cendrillon (Cinderella). Von Stade; Gedda; Welting; Berbie; Bastin; Rudel/PO;
Ambrosian Opera Cho. Col M3-35194(3). A- [077166] ................................................................ 15.00
383.*MASSENET: Don Quichotte. Ghiaurov; Crespin; Bacquier; Kord/OSR. [Victoria Hall,
Geneva; 1978] London OSA-13134(3). A- [085030] ....................................................................... 20.00
384. MASSENET: Jongleur de Notre Dame. Villars; Combe; Pereik; van der Hask;
Wolff/Netherland Radio Orch & Cho. [Live; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS
361(2). B- to B+(varies) [074664]..................................................................................................... 14.00
385.*MASSENET: Manon. Sills; Gedda; Souzay; Bacquier; Castel; Trempont; Kern; Rudel/NPO.
Audio Treas ABC-ATS-20007(4). A- [077212] ............................................................................... 15.00
386. MASSENET: Manon. Kabaivanska; Kraus; Saccomani; Pagliuca; Spica; Oren/unidentified
company. [Live, 1981; NL - as issued] HRE 368(3). A- [073566] .................................................. 19.00
387.*MASSENET: Thais. Doria; Massard; Senechal; Collard; Etcheverry/Orch & Cho. West
WGSO-8203(2). A- [077208] ........................................................................................................... 12.00
388.*MASSENET: Werther. de los Angeles; Gedda; Mesple; Soyer; Benoit; Pretre/Paris Orch;
RTF Children's Cho. [blue labels] Angel SCL-3736(3). A- [076874] ........................................... 13.00
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389. MASSENET: Werther. Kraus; Rota; Mazza; Bordoni; Barbieri/Teatro Municipale Piacenza.
[Live, 1966; apparently Kraus' debut in the role; NL] Great Opera Performances GOP-11(2).
A- [074430] ....................................................................................................................................... 21.00
390. MASSENET: Werther. Thill; Vallin; Feraldy; Roque; Cohen/French Opera Comique.
[recorded 1935; French-only notes; NL] French EMI 2C053-10746/8(3). A- [081651] .................. 20.00
391.*MAYR: Medea in Corinto. Galvany; Patenaude; Stark; Cathcart; White; Palmer;
Jenkins/Clarion Concerts Orch & Cho. Van VCS-10087/9(3). A- [076884] ............................... 20.00
392. MEHUL: Uthal. Sarti; Wakefield; Dickerson; Neilson; Fyson; Robinson/unidentified company.
[live, 1972; bl cov; NL] Unique Opera UORC-227. A-- [072112] ................................................... 29.00
393.*MENDELSSOHN: Elijah. Wiens; Watkinson; Luxon; Corboz/Gulbenkian Foundation Orch
& Cho, Lisbon. [dig; DMM] Erato NUM-751473(3). A- to A [073495] ........................................ 14.00
394.*MENDELSSOHN: Lieder (15). Markus, tenor; Hecker, piano. [French-only notes] Harmonia
Mundi HM-419. A- [077414] .............................................................................................................. 9.00
395.*MENDELSSOHN: Psalm #98; Psalm #115. Brunner; Ihara; Ramirez; Huttenlocher;
Corboz/Orch & Cho of Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon. Erato STU-71223. A-(brief lght
bbl thumps) [077536] .......................................................................................................................... 6.00
396. MENOTTI: Amahl & the Night Visitors. Allen; Kuhlmann; McKinley; Schippers/Orch &
Cho. [orig 1951 NBC TV cast; NL] RCA VIC-1512. FS(c/c) [056791] ............................................ 9.00
397. MENOTTI: Amelia al Ballo. Carosio; Panerai; Prandelli; Amadini; Sanzogno/La Scala. [NL;
Italian-only notes] Italian Odeon 33QCX-10070. A- [070914] ........................................................ 16.00
398.*MERCADANTE: Orazi e Curiazi. Janet Price; Greager; du Plessis; King;
Montgomery/Bournemouth Sinfonietta; Cho. [Live; 1975] MRF S-120(3). A- [063034] .......... 31.00
399.*MERIKANTO: Songs (37). A. Eerola, sop; Sarrinen, mezzo; Tillikainen, bar; Ryhanen, bass;
P.Eerola & Kotiranta, piano. [Notes, but no texts] Finlandia FA-204(2). A- to A [077405] ........ 14.00
400.*MESSAGER: Veronique. Boue; Bourdin; de Rieux; Marquet; Moizan; Mallet;
Dervaux/Orch/Cho. [French-only notes; NL] French Decca 115.194/95(2). A- [077183] ............ 13.00
401.*MEYERBEER: Le Prophete. Horne; McCracken; Scotto; Bastin; Hines; Lewis/RPO;
Ambrosian Opera Cho. [first complete recording] Col M4-34340(4). A- [076882] ...................... 18.00
402.*MEYERBEER: Les Huguenots. Sutherland; Arroyo; Tourangeau; Vrenios; Bacquier; Cossa;
Bonynge/NPO; Ambrosian Cho. London OSA-1437(4). A- [076881] .......................................... 21.00
403.*MOENE: (Alain; b.1942): Babylone. Saneva; Oxombre; Oudot; Fremeau; Dehon;
Reibel/Instrumental Ens. Erato STU-71562. A- to A [078288] ..................................................... 11.00
404. MONIUSZKO: (Stanislaw; 1819-72): Straszny Dwor ("The Haunted Manor"). Paprocki;
Kossowski; Kawecka; Wosniczko; Bierdiajew/Poznan State Moniuszko Opera. [w/notes &
synopsis in English; NL] Muza XEPN-0109/0112(4). A- to B+ [081996] ....................................... 24.00
405.*MONIUSZKO: Songs (21). Zylis-Gara, soprano; Ivaldi, piano. Rodolphe RP-12424. A- to A
[077406] ............................................................................................................................................ 13.00
406.*MONRAD-JOHANSEN: Songs (17). Skaug & Lund, vocalists; Levin, piano. Two Portraits from
the Middle Ages; Nordland Scenes. Bratlie, piano. Philips 6507 035. A- to A [071098] ............... 14.00
407. MONTEVERDI: Madrigals (8). Instrumental Ens; Jurgens/Hamburg Monteverdi Choir.
Archiv 2533 146. A- to A [080463] .................................................................................................. 10.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
408. MONTEVERDI: Selected Vocal Works (9). Nadia Boulanger/Vocal & Instrumental Ens. [rec
1937; LP transfer by Keith Hardwick] Helios H-88004. A- to A [073247]...................................... 13.00
409.*MONTILLET (William; 1879-1940): Musique Sacree a l'Eglise Saint-Joseph Geneve.
Jeandin/St-Joseph Mixte Cho. [French-only notes] Gallo 30-257. A- to A [066526] ........................ 9.00
410.*MOORE: (Douglas; 1893-1969): Carry Nation. Wolff; Faull; Patrick; Voketaitis;
Krachmalnick/New York City Opera. Desto DC-6463/5(3). A- [052416] ................................... 17.00
411.*MORLEY: The First Book of Ayres, 1600. Rogers, tenor; Harnoncourt, viola da gamba;
Dombois, lute. Telefunken 6.41127. A- [078384] .............................................................................. 8.00
412.*MORLEY: The Triumphs of Oriana (Balletts, Madrigals, Pavans & Sacred Songs). Deller
Consort; Morley Consort. MHS 4137. A- [078416] ........................................................................ 8.00
413. MOROSS: (Jerome): The Scandalous Life of Frankie & Johnny (ballet) (Hendl/Vienna Sym).
MacDOWELL: Suite #2, "Indian" (Dixon/Vienna Sym). Desto D-408. A- [075202] .................... 11.00
414.*MOZART: Abduction from the Seraglio (sung in English). Dobbs; Gedda; Eddy; Fryatt;
Mangin; Menuhin/Bath Festival Orch; Ambrosian Singers. [With notes, but no libretto (as
issued)] [blue labels] Angel SC-3741(3). A- [063627] ..................................................................... 15.00
415.*MOZART: Abduction from the Seraglio. Marshall; Hollweg; Simoneau; Beecham/RPO. [blue
labels] Angel S-3555(2). A- [070997]............................................................................................... 14.00
416.*MOZART: Ascanio in Alba. Ligabue; Rota; Cundari; Munteanu; Ratti; Cillario/Angelicum
Orchestra of Milan; Polyphonic Chorus of Turin. RCA VICS-6126(3). A- [076880]................ 15.00
417.*MOZART: Cantata: Davidde Penitente, K.469. Landwehr-Herrmann; Johns; H.Fischer;
W.Fischer/Tubingen University Orch & Cho. MHS 1589. A- [065975] ....................................... 7.00
418. MOZART: Cosi fan Tutte (in English). Peters; Steber; Thebom; Tucker; Guarrera;
Stiedry/Metropolitan Opera. Odyssey Y3-32670(3). A-(NL) [074642] ....................................... 14.00
419.*MOZART: Cosi fan Tutte. Vaness; Ziegler; Aler; Duesing; Haitink/LPO; Glyndebourne Cho.
[dig; DMM] Angel DSC-47727(3). A- to A(c/c) [064105] .............................................................. 17.00
420.*MOZART: Cosi fan Tutte. Schwarzkopf; Ludwig; Berry; Stefek; Kraus; Taddei; Bohm/PO &
Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-3631(4). A- [073699] ............................................................................ 18.00
421.*MOZART: Idomeneo. Shirley; Davies; Rinaldi; Tinsley; Tear; Pilley; Dean; Davis/BBC Sym &
Cho. Philips 839 758/60(3). A- to A [068351] ................................................................................. 20.00
422.*MOZART: Idomeneo. Hollweg; Schmidt; Yakar; Palmer; Equiluz; Tear; Estes;
Harnoncourt/Mozart Orchestra & Choir of Zurich Opera. [dig; DMM] Telefunken
6.35547(4). A- [072172].................................................................................................................... 15.00
423.*MOZART: Il Re Pastore. Schreier; Mathis; Auger; Krenn; Ghazarian; Heger/Salzburg
Mozarteum Orch. BASF KBL-22043(3). A- [072168] .................................................................. 15.00
424.*MOZART: Il Re Pastore. Popp; Grist; Saunders; Alva; Monti; Vaughan/Orch of Naples. RCA
LSC-7049(2). A- [076877] ................................................................................................................ 13.00
425. MOZART: La Betulia Liberata. Schwarzkopf; Christoff; Vincenti; Valletti; Pirazzini;
Rossi/RAI Torino. [Live; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 276. B+ [070200] .......... 13.00
426.*MOZART: La Betulia Liberata. Munteanu; Lazzarini; Cundari; Washington; Londi;
Cillario/Angelicum, Milan. RCA VICS-6112(3). A-(early plum labels) [076879] ........................ 15.00
427.*MOZART: Magic Flute. Popp; Jerusalem; Gruberova; Lindner; Brendel; Bailey; Kmentt;
Haitink/BVRS & Cho. [dig] Angel DSCX-3918(3). A- [073493] .................................................. 13.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
428. MOZART: Marriage of Figaro. Abramov; Zakharov; Kazantseva; Rozhdestvenskaya;
Makarova-Shevchenko; Sanderling/Moscow Radio Orch & Cho. [recorded 1948; includes
English synopsis, but NL] Melodiya 33M10-36437-42(3). A- [073978] ......................................... 26.00
429.*MOZART: Marriage of Figaro. Wachter; Schwarzkopf; Cossotto; Taddei; Moffo; Giulini/PO
& Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-3608(4). A- [076970] ........................................................................ 20.00
430.*MOZART: Mass in c, K.427. Mathis; Altmeyer; Erwin; Crass; Gonnenwein/Southwest
German Ch Orch; Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-36205. A- [066462] ................................................ 9.00
431.*MOZART: Missa Brevis, K.140; Motets, K.144 & 198; Sonata K.144. Fuchs; Mayr; CidJimenez; Raniger; Hinreiner/Camerata Academica Salzburg. [notes German & French
only] Schwann AMS-3516. A- to A [078277] .................................................................................... 9.00
432.*MOZART: Missa Brevis, K.49; Missa Brevis, K.65 (61a). Malone; Schreckenbach; Markus;
Gronroos; Bader/Berlin Sym; St.Hedwig's Cho. Schwann AMS-3521. A- to A [077622] ............. 9.00
433.*MOZART: Requiem. Donath; Ludwig; Tear; Lloyd; Giulini/PO & Cho. Angel SZ-37600. A[073660] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
434. MOZART: Requiem. Morison; Sinclair; Young; Nowakowski; Beecham/RPO; BBC Cho. Col
ML-5160. A-("6-eyes" labels; rare in such good condition) [081660] ............................................. 25.00
435.*MOZART: Thamos, King of Egypt, K.345 (incidental music, including Symphony, K.184).
Adam; Eickstaedt; Pohl; Buchner; Polster; Klee/BSOO; Cho. Philips 6500 840. A- to A
[034746] .............................................................................................................................................. 7.00
436. MOZART: Twenty-two Canons. Theuring/Vienna Academy Chorus. West XWN-18793. A-[077049] ............................................................................................................................................ 13.00
437.*MOZART: Vesperae Solennes de Dominica, K.321; Kyries, K.322 & K.341; Misericordias
Domini, K.222. Degler; Kissel; Clayton; Muller; Hinreiner/Camerata Academica,
Salzburg; Cho. Schwann AMS-78. A- to A [078281] ..................................................................... 11.00
438.*MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godounov. Christoff; Katzarsky; Hadjikoleva; Kosseva; Lanigan; Mars;
Cluytens/PCO; Sofia Opera Cho. Angel S-3633(4). A- [072432]................................................. 18.00
439.*MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godunov. Talvela; Gedda; Mroz; Kinasz; Hiolski; Haugland;
Semkow/Polish Radio Orch & Cho; Boys' Cho of Krakow Philhamonic. [First recording
of original version; quad] Angel SDLX-3844(4). A- [076883] ........................................................ 16.00
440.*NENNA: (Pomponio; 1555-1615): Madrigals & Motets. Instrumental pieces by Nenna &
Gesualdo. Stevens/Accademia Monteverdiana; etc. None H-71277. FS [052866] ....................... 10.00
441.*NICOLAI: Mass in D. Resick; Killebrew; Land; Polster; Hollreiser/Hamburg Radio Orch &
Cho. Schwann AMS-3536. A- to A [077624] .................................................................................... 9.00
442.*NOA: (Peter): Wege zum Menschen (twenty-six songs & instrumental pieces). Giebel, soprano;
Schortemeier, baritone; Neuhaus, piano; Gudel-Spittler, cello; Kolner Vocal Consort.
[German-only notes & texts] Aulos FSM-53561. A- to A [060719] ................................................ 10.00
443.*NORDHEIM: (Arne): Aurora; Klokkesong; Tres Lamentationes. Misc soloists & cho; Hogset
cond. Aurora 1902. A- to A [071101] ............................................................................................... 14.00
444.*NORGARD: (Per): Sub Rosa. IB NORDHOLM: Tavole per Orfeo. KARL AAGE
RASMUSSEN: Nar jeg var lykkelig, skrev jeg inten sange (1967). Guillaume, mezzo;
Olsen, vocalist & guitar). Dansk Musik Antologi Philips DMA-03624. A- to A [077401] ............. 13.00
445.*NUMMI: (Seppo; 1932-81): Six Song Cycles. Haverinen, mezzo; Piipponen, tenor; Hynninen,
baritone; Gothoni, piano. [dig; DMM] BIS LP-279/80(2). A- to A [077459] .................................. 16.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
446.*OFFENBACH: Les Bavards. Boulangeot; Dachary; Doniat; Terrasson; Beniot; Couraud/ORTF
& Cho. MHS 897. A- [073808] .......................................................................................................... 9.00
447.*OFFENBACH: Orpheus in der Unterwelt. Rothenberger; Dallapozza; Kusche; Lindner;
Gruber; Mattes/Philharmonia Hungarica; Cologne Opera Cho. [With English notes, but
libretto in German only] Electrola 1C157-30 802/03(2). A- to A [081274] ..................................... 12.00
448. OFFENBACH: Robinson Crusoe (in English). Janet Price; Dugdalle; Browne; Hartle;
Macpherson/New Sym Orch. [Camden Festival, 1973] BJR 140(3). A- [057803]........................ 16.00
449.*OFFENBACH: Tales of Hoffman (in German). Jerusalem; Scovotti; Fischer-Dieskau; Sharp;
Moll; Varady; Schwarz; Wallberg/Munich Radio Orch; Bavarian Radio Cho. [Germanonly notes & libretto] Electrola 1C157-45 351/53(3). A- to A [081719] ......................................... 24.00
450.*ORFF: Catulli Carmina. Mai; Buchner; Kegel/Leipzig Radio Cho & Sym. Philips 6500 815.
A- to A [072692] ................................................................................................................................. 9.00
451.*ORFF: Catulli Carmina. Grobe; Putz; Leitner/Cologne Radio Orch & Cho. [recording
"authorized" by Orff, which I suppose means he supervised the sessions] BASF G-22453. A[078261] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
452. PALESTRINA: Improperium (Offertorio a cinque voci); Missa Nigra sum (a cinque voci).
D.Bartolucci/Sistine Chapel Choir. [Italian-only notes; in lovely thick album with stencilcut frame over an old Italian print] Istituto Internazionale del Disco IM-1004. A- [073165] .......... 16.00
453. PALESTRINA: Offertori (a cinque voci). D.Bartolucci/Sistine Chapel Choir. [Italian-only
notes; in lovely thick album with stencil-cut frame over an old Italian print] Istituto
Internazionale del Disco IM-1007. A- [073163] ............................................................................... 16.00
454. PALESTRINA: Tu es Petrus (mottetto); Missa ut - re - mi - fa - sol - la (esacordale).
D.Bartolucci/Sistine Chapel Choir. [Italian-only notes; in lovely thick album with stencilcut frame over an old Italian print] Istituto Internazionale del Disco IM-1001. A- [073164] .......... 16.00
455.*PARKER: (Alice): Songs for Eve (Bryden, sop; Shelton, mezzo; Aler, tenor; Fifer, bar); Echoes
from the Hills (Shelton, sop; Ins Ens). Composer/Manhatten String Quartet (in all). MHS
827161(2). A- [077411]..................................................................................................................... 16.00
456.*PENDERECKI: Magnificat. Lagger; Composer/Polish Radio Orch & Cho; Soloists & Boys'
Chorus of Krakow Phil Chorus. Angel S-37141. A- [054820] ....................................................... 7.00
457.*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- [067188] ........................................................................... 9.00
458.*PETTERSSON: (Allan): 24 Barefoot Songs. Rodein; Saeden; Ostman, pf. [Swedish-only notes]
Swedish Society Discofil SLT-33230. A- [077412] ........................................................................... 9.00
459.*PETTERSSON: Vox Humana. Mellnas; Rodin; Alexandersson; Hagegard;
Westerberg/Swedish Radio Orch & Cho. HNH 4047. A-(c/c) [068417]...................................... 10.00
460.*PFITZNER: Von Deutscher Seele. Habereder; Most; Protschka; von Halem;
Hollreiser/Dusseldorf Sym & Cho. [Live, c.1986] Schwann 114 027 H(2). A- [077531]............. 16.00
461.*PONCHIELLI: La Gioconda. Tebaldi; Horne; Bergonzi; Merrill; Maionica; de Palma; Foiani;
Gardelli/ASCR. London OSA-1388(3). A- to A(c/c; Dutch pressings) [050927] .......................... 21.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
462.*PONCHIELLI: La Gioconda. Caballe; Pavarotti; Baltsa; Milnes; Ghiaurov; Bartoletti/National
Philharmonic; London Opera Cho. [dig] London LDR-73005(3). A- to A(very slight box
dam; pristine Dutch pressing) [076888] ............................................................................................ 15.00
463.*POULENC: Four Song Cycles: Le Bal Masque; Rapsodie Negre; Chansons Villageoises; Le
Bestiaire. Beniot, baritone; Pretre/PCO. [blue labels] Angel S-36370. A- [073937] ..................... 12.00
464.*PROKOFIEV: The Flaming Angel. Rhodes; Depraz; Cottret; Friedmann; Bruck/Paris Opera.
Westminster WGSO-8173(3). A- [076889] ...................................................................................... 17.00
465.*PROKOFIEV: The Story of a Real Man. Kibkalo; Deomidova; Pankov; Eizen; Ermler/Bolshoi
Theatre. West WGSO-8317(2). A- [076923] ................................................................................... 13.00
466.*PUCCINI: Edgar. Bergonzi; Scotto; Killebrew; Sardinero; Queler/NY Opera Orch; Schola
Cantorum. [Live, Carnegie Hall; quad] Col M2-34584(2). A- [076894] ........................................ 15.00
467.*PUCCINI: Fanciulla del West. Nilsson; Mongelli; Gibin; Ercolani; Cassinelli; Sordello; Von
Matacic/La Scala. [issued NL, but a lovely Ricordi libretto has been added here] Sera SCL6074(3). A- [073485]......................................................................................................................... 13.00
468.*PUCCINI: La Boheme. Ricciarelli; Carreras; Wixell; Hagegard; Davis/ROHCG. Philips 6769
031(2). A- to A [085029]................................................................................................................... 16.00
469.*PUCCINI: Manon Lescaut. Caballe; Domingo; Mangin; Sardinero; Tear; Bartoletti/NPO;
Ambrosian Cho. [drm; DMM] EMI 29 1175 3(2). A- to A [057295] ............................................. 13.00
470. PUCCINI: Manon Lescaut. Albanese; Bjoerling; Merrill; Perlea/Rome Opera. RCA VIC6027(2). A- [076896]......................................................................................................................... 13.00
471. PUCCINI: Manon Lescaut. Petrella; Morelli; del Monaco; Silva; Antonicelii/Mexico City.
[Live, 1951; blank covers; NL] Unique Opera UORC-319(2). A- [072669] .................................... 18.00
472.*PUCCINI: Mass ("Missa di Gloria"). Johns; Huttenlocher; Corboz/Gulbenkian Foundation of
Lisbon Cho & Orch. RCA FRL1-5890. A- [076825] ....................................................................... 5.00
473. PUCCINI: Tosca. Melis; Pauli; Granforte; Sabajno/La Scala. [recorded 1929; no notes; NL]
Discophilia DIS-23 KS-10/1(2). A- [069763] ................................................................................... 13.00
474.*PUCCINI: Tosca. Price; de Stefano; Taddei; Karajan/VPO; Cho. [Culshaw; from RCA LDS7022 Soria-series issue] London OSA-1284(2). A- to A(lovely Dutch pressings) [077280] ........... 13.00
475.*PUCCINI: Tosca. Ricciarelli; Carreras; Raimondi; Corena; Karajan/BPPO; Berlin Opera Cho.
DGG 2707 121(2). A- to A [074766] ................................................................................................ 14.00
476.*PUCCINI: Tosca. Scotto; Domingo; Bruson; Cheek; Itzhak Perlman (yup! as Jailer);
Levine/PO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. [dig] Angel DSBX-3919(2). A- [077279] ............................. 9.00
477.*PUCCINI: Tosca. Tebaldi; Del Monaco; London; Corena; Maionica; De Palma; MolinariPradelli/ASCR. London OSA-1210(2). A- [077285] ...................................................................... 13.00
478. PURCELL: Come Ye Sons of Art. Ritchie; Deller; Whitworth; Boyce; Lewis/Oiseau-Lyre Ens;
St.Anthony Singers. [10-inch] Oiseau-Lyre DL-53004. A- [078585]............................................. 12.00
479.*PURCELL: King Arthur. Smith; Fisher; Priday; Ross; Stafford; Gardiner/Monteverdi Choir;
English Baroque Soloists. [dig] Erato NUM-751272(2). A- [073483] ........................................... 13.00
480.*PURCELL: The Fairy Queen. Sheppard; Knibbs; Clarke; Dellers; Jenkins; Bevan; Deller/His
Consort; Stour Music Festival. Van SRV-311/12(2). A- [075311] ............................................... 11.00
481.*RAMEAU: Indes Galantes. Micheau; Nigoghossian; Rodde; Yakar; Brewer; Gouelou; Beniot;
Treguier; Maigat; Malgoire/La Grande Ecurie Et La Chambre Du Roy. Col M3-32973(3).
A- [042070] ....................................................................................................................................... 13.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
482.*RAVEL: Alcyone (Nicolesco; Denize; Meens); Alyssa (Nicolesco; Meens; Glashof).
Soudant/Bamberg Sym. [First recording of each of these early cantatas; dig; DMM] Rizzoli
2005. A- to A [077666] ..................................................................................................................... 14.00
483. RAVEL: L'Enfant et les Sortileges. Sautereau; Scharley; Vessieres; Michel; Bour/ORTF &
Cho. Col ML-4153. C+ [058307] ....................................................................................................... 7.00
484.*RAVEL: L'Enfant et les Sortileges. Wyner; Taillon; Berbie; Auger; Langridge; Bastin;
Previn/LSO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. [dig] Angel DS-37869. A- [066508] ................................... 7.00
485.*REGER: Motets, Op.110: #1-#3; 12-Voice Vater Unser. Kahlhofer/Barmen-Gemarke Kantorei.
MHS 3053. A- [080855].................................................................................................................... 10.00
486.*REICH: (Steve; b.1936): Tehillim. Wood; Bensman; Armstrong; Clayton;
Manahan/Instrumental Ens. ECM 1-1215. A- to A(c/c) [055227] ................................................. 9.00
487. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Mozart and Salieri. Koslovsky; Reizen; Samosud/USSR Radio Orch
& Cho. Concert Hall CHS-1315. B+ [070715] ................................................................................ 10.00
488.*ROBB: (John Donald): Songs (four with McRae, sop; Randall, oboe; Robert, pf; nine with
Ives, bar; Robert, pf.) Opus One #48. A- [077128] ......................................................................... 10.00
489. ROCCI: (Luigi & Federico): Crispino e La Comare. Chiappi; Ravaglia; Corbelli; Nosotti;
Chiesa/Unnamed Orch & Cho. [Live; NL; blank jackets] Unique Opera UORC-342(2). A[074718] ............................................................................................................................................ 21.00
490.*ROCHBERG: Songs in Praise of Krishna. Neva Pilgrim, soprano; Composer, piano. CRI SD360. A- [078548] ............................................................................................................................... 11.00
491.*ROREM: Last Poems of Wallace Stevens (Rees, soprano; Robinson, cello; Lowenthal, piano).
JUDITH ZAIMONT: The Magic World (Arnold, baritone; Zohar, piano; Haas, percussion).
Leonarda LPI-116. A- [077432] ........................................................................................................ 13.00
492. ROREM: Two Psalms and a Proverb. WUORINEN: Prayer of Jonah. KAY: Choral
Triptych. FLANAGAN: Chapters from Ecclesiastes. Pinkham/King's Chapel Cho; Orch.
Cambridge CRM-416. A- [070853] .................................................................................................. 11.00
493. ROSSINI: Barber of Seville. Cappuccilli; Kraus; Casoni; Washington; Campi; Baucis;
Sanzogno/unidentified company. [Live, 1969; NL] HRE 309. A- [074413] ................................. 14.00
494.*ROSSINI: Il Turco in Italia. Alaimo; M.A.Peters; Bolognesi; Tosi; Angeloni; De Bernart/Orch
Sinfonica di Sanremo; Cho. [Live, 1984] Bongiovanni GB-3001/3(3). A- [073612] .................... 18.00
495.*ROSSINI: L'Italiana in Algeri. Berganza; Alva; Corena; Panerai; Varviso/MMF. London
OSA-1375. A- [077278] .................................................................................................................... 16.00
496. ROSSINI: La Cenerentola. Berganza; Bruscantini; Monti; Rossi/Teatro San Carlo di Napoli.
[Live, 1958; libretto Italian only] Melodram MEL-020(3). A- [081270] ......................................... 35.00
497. ROSSINI: La Gazzetta. Tajo; Tuccari; Borriello; Galli; Monreale; Lazzari; Caracciolo/Teatro
San Carlo di Napoli. [blank jackets; NL] Golden Age of Opera EJS 335. B [071794] .................. 13.00
498. ROSSINI: Petite Messe Solonnelle. Mancini; Dominguez; Berdini; Petri; Fasano/ASCR. [no
notes or texts] Italian Odeon QALP-10107/8(2). FS(box open, but discs still sealed in plastic)
[063461] ............................................................................................................................................ 23.00
499.*ROSSINI: Semiramide. Sutherland; Sutherland; Horne; Rouleau; Serge; Malas; Bonynge/LSO.
London OSA-1383(3). A- [073709] .................................................................................................. 14.00
500.*ROSSINI: Tancredi. P.Price; Francis; Stokes; Lewis; Perras/Centre d/Action Musicale de
l'Ouest; London Voices. Peters PLD-017/19(3). A- [058988] ........................................................ 15.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
501. ROSSINI: Zelmira. Zeani; Tagger; Limarilli; Franci/company unidentified on unopened box.
MRF 93(2). FS [041930] ................................................................................................................... 17.00
502. ROSSINI: Zelmira. Zeani; Washington; Tagger; Limarilli; Rota; Franci/Teatro San Carlo di
Napoli. [Live, 1965; NL] Melodram MEL-164(3). A- to A [048716] ............................................. 27.00
503.*ROUSSEL: Padmavati. Horne; Gedda; Van Dam; Berbie; Plasson/Toulouse Orch; Orfeon
Donostiarra. [dig] Angel DSBX-3948(2). A- [080784] .................................................................. 16.00
504.*ROUSSEL: Psalm LXXX, Op.37. Mitchinson; Staphane Caillat Cho; Baudo/Paris Orch (who
also play Suite #2 from Bacchus et Ariane). [French-only notes] Pathe C 063-10812. A[063883] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
505.*SAINT-SAENS: Samson et Delila (in French). Ludwig; King; Weikl; Malta; Kogel;
Patane/Munich Radio Orch; BVR Cho. [Quad; as issued - with English notes and synopsis,
but NL] Eurodisc 86 977(3). A- to A [065235]................................................................................. 11.00
506.*SALE: (Francois; c.1540-99): Musica Sacra; Vilanelle Neapolitane "Per Cantare e Sonare."
Camerata Nova & Symposium Musicum de Prague. Musique en Wallonie MW-80038. A- to
A [060620]......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
507.*SANDTROM: (Sven-David; b.1942): Requiem - Mute the Bereaved Memories Speak.
Mellnas; Svenden; Tewolde-Berhan; Samuelsson; Segerstam/Swedish Radio Orch & Chos.
Caprice CAP-2015 1-2(2). A- to A [077555] .................................................................................... 16.00
508.*SATIE: Socrate (Escribano; Bedard; Loyama; Lorenz). DEBUSSY: Chansons de Bilitis
(Escribano, speaker). Cerha/Die Reihe Ens. Candide CE-31024. A- [073932] ................................ 9.00
509.*SAYGUN: (A.Adnan; b.1907): Yunus Emre (oratorio; Verebics; Panczel; Korondy; Hungarian
Radio-TV Cho); 5 Songs for Mezzo & Orch (Guyer). Simsek/Budapest Sym. [In Turkish;
inc translations] Hungaroton SLPX-31077-78(2). A- to A [077557] ............................................... 14.00
510.*SCHEVILL: (James): Performance Poems (16). James & Margot Schevill. Cambridge CRS2002. A- [077395] ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
511.*SCHIBLER: (Armin): The Point of Return. KLAUS HUBER: Das Te Deum Laudamus
Deutsch; In te Domine Spreavi. Hert; Kurth; Muller; R.Lehmann; Dettwyler; Wehrli/Basel
Cantata Cho & Orch. [German-only notes] Camera Magna SM-94040. A- [078486] .................... 9.00
512.*SCHMIDT: Das Buch mit Sieben Siegeln. Patzak; Wiener; Steffek; Topper; Majkut; Guthrie;
Lippe/Munich Phil; Graz Cathedral Cho. [German-onoy libretto & notes] Amadeo AVRS5004/05 St(2). A-- [072998] .............................................................................................................. 14.00
513.*SCHMIDT: Das Buch mit Sieben Siegeln. Dermota; Holl; Kyriaki; Topper; Moser; Korn;
Hochstrasser/Austrian Tonkunstler Orch; Graz Cho. [quad; German-only notes] Preiser
SQPR-3263/64(2). A- to A [081245] ................................................................................................ 12.00
514.*SCHOECK: Nachhall, Op.70. A.Loosli, bass-baritone; T.Loosli/Radio Berne Ch Ens.
[German-only notes] Jecklin Disco-535. A- to A [077543] ................................................................ 9.00
515.*SCHUBERT: Mass #4. Dutoit; Bahl; Equilux; Ohashi; Barati/VSOO; Academy Ch Cho.
Lyrichord LLST-7101. A- [066467] ................................................................................................... 7.00
516.*SCHUBERT: Mass #5. Stader; Hoffgen; Haefliger; Uhde; Ratzinger/BVRS; Cho. DGG 139
108. A- to A [066427] ....................................................................................................................... 10.00
517.*SCHUMANN: (Clara): Lieder (18) and Piano Pieces (2). Reinemann, baritone; Ivaldi, piano.
MHS 4572. A- [077431]...................................................................................................................... 9.00
518.*SCHUMANN: Das Paradies und die Peri. Moser; Fassbaender; Gedda; Czyz/Dusseldorf Sym;
Cho. [quad] Electrola 1C157-30 187/88(2). A- to A [057879] ........................................................ 21.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
519.*SCHUMANN: Spanische Liebeslieder (Battle; Fortunato; Aler; Cossa; Wadsworth & Goode,
piano 4-hands); Andante & Variations for Two Pianos, Two Cellos & Horn
(Wadsworth/Ch Music Soc of Lincoln Center). MHS 7386. A- [077426] ......................................... 9.00
520.*SCHUTZ: Motets & Psaumes (8). Caillard/Vocal & Instrumental Ens. Erato STU-70723. A[077087] .............................................................................................................................................. 8.00
521.*SCIARRINO: (Salvatore): Dodici Canzoni da Battello du Melodie Veneziane del Settecento.
Donella Del Monaco, soprano; Composer/Instrumental Ens. [Italian-only texts & notes]
Italia ITL-70030. A- to A [077396] .................................................................................................... 9.00
522.*SEALEY: (Ray): Platero (Elegy for two young guitarists & narrator). Composer, narr;
Chapman & Hayman, guitars. Hyperion A-66046. A- to A [078353] ............................................. 8.00
523.*SHIELDS (Alice): 6 Songs fr Neruda Poems. GERASIMOS TSANDOULAS: Elia. FRANK
MARTIN: L'Amour de Moy; Trois Chansons de Noel. Arnold, soprano; Emelianoff, vc;
S.Gerber, pf; T.Gerber, fl; Liepa, pf. Opus One #83. A- [077894] ................................................... 13.00
524.*SHIFRIN: (Seymour; 1926-79): Chronicles (vocal soloists; Senturia/Univ of California,
Berkeley, Cho & Orch); Three Songs; Five Songs (Whittlesey, soprano; Levin, piano). CRI
SD-504. A- [077397] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
525.*SHIFRIN (Seymour; 1926-79): Cantata to the Text of Sophoclean Choruses. Hoose/Cantata
Singers; Lydian Quartet; Harvard Univ Cho. CRI SD-511. A- [078553] ......................................... 11.00
526.*SILCHER: (Friedrich): Songs & Choral Pieces 17). Dahmen/Sicher-Chor, Stuttgart. [Germanonly notes] London Internationl SW-99383. A- [077419] ................................................................ 13.00
527.*SIMON: (Hans; 1940-82): Four Songs for Baritone & Orchestra to texts by Andreas Gryphius
(Nimsgern; Kohler/Saar Radio Orch); Kalendarium der Liebe; Der Umkehrende
(Nimsgern; Antoni, piano; Kuntzsch/Saar Radio Orch). [Dutch pressing; German-only notes]
CBS 74117. A- to A [077538] ............................................................................................................. 9.00
528.*SMETANA: Bartered Bride. Stratas; Kollo; Berry; Donch; Krombholc/Munich Radio Orch;
Bavarian Radio Cho. [German-only notes & libretto; quad] Eurodisc 89 036(3). A- to A
[058790] ............................................................................................................................................ 17.00
529. SMETANA: Bartered Bride. Boehme; Streich; Richter; Lenzer/Berlin Civic Opera. Vox OPX148(3). A-(spine seam split neatly repaired with tape) [078387] ...................................................... 18.00
530. SMETANA: Choral Works: Renegade; The Peasant; Festive Chorus; Three Horsemen; SeaSong; Dedication; Two Choruses; Prayer. Soupal/Moravian Teachers Male Cho.
Supraphon SUA-10029. A- [072899]................................................................................................ 10.00
531.*SMETANA: Dalibor. Pribyl; Kniplova; Svobodova-Janku; Jindrak; Svorc; Svehla;
Krombholc/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50 971/3(3). A- [064131] ................. 18.00
532.*SMETANA: The Bartered Bride. Bednar; Dobra; Tikalova; Horacek; Chalabala/Prague
National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50397/9(3). A- [052246] .................................................... 15.00
533.*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) [058797] ........ 25.00
534.*SOMERVELL: (Arthur; 1863-1937): Maud; A Shropshire Lad (song-cycles). Wilson-Johnson,
baritone; Norris, piano. Hyperion A-66187. A- to A [077420]......................................................... 13.00
535.*SPENCER (Williametta): 4 Madrigals to Joyce Poems; Missa Brevis; Songs (9). Lowe/East
Michigan Univ Madrigal Ens. [dig] Golden Crest STH-5076. A- [077937] ...................................... 9.00
536. SPONTINI: Fernando Cortez. Tebaldi; Penno; Protti; Tajo; De Palma; Santini/unidentified
company. [Live, 1951] [NL] HRE 286(2). A- [070319] .................................................................. 16.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
537.*STAINER: The Crucifixion. Crooks; Tibbett; Andrews, organ; Trinity Choir. [recorded
5/27+28/1929]. RCA VIC-1403. A- [078621] .................................................................................... 8.00
538.*STANFORD: Songs from the Elfin Pedlar (and other songs - 25 in toto). Griffett, tenor;
Benson, piano. [DMM] Hyperion A-66058. A- to A [077421] ........................................................ 13.00
539.*STARER: (b.1924): Ariel (Roberta Peters, sop; Patrick, bar); Concerto a Tre (Schwarz, trpt;
Brevig, tbn; Rabbai, clar). Kaplan/Camerata Singers & Orch (in all). Desto DC-7135. A[077898] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
540.*STEFFANI: La Liberta Contenta. White; Hardesty;Fortunato; Glaze; Jenkins/Clarion
Concert Orch. Voce 74(3). A- [071106] ......................................................................................... 27.00
541.*STRADELLA: S. Giovanni Battista Oratorio. Lazzarini; Tadeo; Ornatt; Barcis; Nobile;
Cillario/Angelicum Orch of Milan; Cho. Music Guild S-34. A- [073721] ..................................... 9.00
542.*STRAUSS: (J): Die Fledermaus. Gedda; Rothenberger; Fischer-Dieskau; Holm; Fassbaender;
Berry; Boskovsky/Vienna Sym; Cho. Electrola 1C157-29 300/01(2). A- to A [057877] .............. 16.00
543.*STRAUSS: Arabella. Varady; Fischer-Dieskau; Donath; Dallapozza; Schmidt; Berry;
Sawallisch/Bavarian State Orch & Opera Chorus. [dig] Angel DSCX-3917(3). A-(very
slight box scuffs) [077284] ................................................................................................................ 13.00
544.*STRAUSS: Ariadne auf Naxos. Troyanos; Gruberova; Kollo; Berry; Kunz; Solti/LPO.
[Raeburn; Wilkinson & Lock; Kingsway Hall, 1977] London OSA-13131(3). A- [056105] .......... 12.00
545.*STRAUSS: Capriccio. Janowitz; Fischer-Dieskau; Schreier; Prey; Ridderbusch; Troyanos;
Bohm/BVRS. [Grand Prix du Disque, Paris] DGG 2709 038(3). A- to A [069297] ....................... 15.00
546.*STRAUSS: Der Rosenkavalier. Schwarzkopf; Ludwig; Stich-Randall; Edelmann; Waechter;
Karajan/PO. Angel S-3563(4). A-(lovely copy with early U.S. red labels) [060472] .................... 30.00
547. STRAUSS: Der Rosenkavalier. Schech; Edelmann; Topper; Koth; Peter; Fehenberger; Kuen;
Knappertsbusch/Bavarian State Opera. [Live, 1957; photos & English notes but NL]
Melodram MEL-S-102(4). A- [071091]............................................................................................ 32.00
548. STRAUSS: Der Rosenkavalier. Lehmann; Stevens; List; Marita Farell; Schorr; Laufkoetter;
Doe; Manski; Massue; Bodanzky/Metropolitan Opera. Live broadcast, January 7, 1939.
[Deluxe Soria Series limited edition; the fifth (1978) in the Met's Soria Series of Historical
Recordings available only to generous Met donors; in sturdy oversize green velvet slipcase
with lavishly-illustrated 28-page booklet and complete libretto] Metropolitan Opera-MET-5(3). A-(velvet case also in very nice condition) [081698] ............................................................. 100.00
549. STRAUSS: Electra. Schluter; Welitsch; Hongen; Schoeffler; Widdop; Beecham/Unnamed
Orch. STRAUSS: Intermezzo (excerpts: Skat Scene & Final Duet). Scheidl; MerremNikisch; Schutzendorf; Fleischer; Henke; Helgers; no conductor or orchestra identified. [NL]
Rococo 1005. A- [074594] ................................................................................................................ 13.00
550. STRAUSS: Elektra. Varnay; Nikolaidi; Jessner; Janssen; Mitrolpoulos/NYP. [Live; Christmas
Day, 1949; NL] Robin Hood RHR-510(2). A- [081940] .................................................................. 18.00
551. STRAUSS: Feuersnot. Hering; Pappas; Napier; Condo; Aoyama; Spica; Nimsgerd; Maag/RAI
Turin [Live, October 18, 1973]. Four Last Songs. Della Casa; Rieger/Bavarian Sym.
[Live] Discocorp IGI-301(2). A- [072664] ....................................................................................... 23.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
552. STRAUSS: Guntram. Kewis; Farley; Wheatley; Sharp; Douglas; Pritchard/BBC Sym. [Live;
date not given] GGR 2001(2). A-(NL) [073569] .............................................................................. 19.00
553.*STRAUSS (J): Die Fledermaus. Rothenberger; Holm; Fassbaender; Gedda; Fischer-Dieskau;
Berry; Boskovsky/Vienna Sym; VSO Cho. Angel SBLX-3790(2). A- [073695] .......................... 11.00
554.*STRAUSS (J): Die Fledermaus. Janowitz; Holm; Waechter; Kmentt; Windgassen; Kunz;
Bohm/VPO. London OSA-1296(2). A-(c/c) [073716] ..................................................................... 12.00
555.*STRAVINSKY: Mass; Symphony of Psalms. Horvat; Austrian Radio Orch & Cho. Class Excel
CE-11016. FS [049050]....................................................................................................................... 7.00
556.*SUTER: (Hermann; 1870-26): Le Laudi di San Francesco d'Assisi. Mathis; Procter; Tappy;
Corena; Hans Munch/Basle Orch; Chos. Communaute de Travail Pour la Diffusion de la
Musique Suisse CTS 36/37(2). A- [082493] ..................................................................................... 24.00
557.*SVIRIDOV: (Georgi; b.1915): Wooden Russia (4 songs); Cast Off Russia (12 songs) (both
cycles composed to poems of Sergei Esenin). Sevidov, piano. Melodiya C10-22641 004. A[083607] ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
558.*SZYMANOWSKI: Songs (17). Lukomoska, soprano; Sulikowski, piano. Muza SX-2354. A[077427] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
559.*SZYMANOWSKI: Songs (17). Stark, sop; Garvey, pf. Spectrum SR-160. A- [077429] ....................... 9.00
560.*SZYMANOWSKI: Stabat Mater; Litania to the Virgin Mary; Demeter. Gadulanka; Rappe;
Hiolski; Wit/Polish Radio. [dig; DMM] Electrola 270027 1. A- to A [064213] ............................. 10.00
561.*TALMA: (Louise): Have You Heard? Did You Know? (Divertimento in Seven Scenes)
[Wyner; Martin; Sperry; Weisberg/Ens]; Variations on 13 Ways of Looking at a Blackbird
[P.Sperry, tenor; J.Sperry, oboe; Composer, pf]. MHS 7308K. A- [077404] ..................................... 9.00
562.*TANEYEV: Oresteia. Tschernobajew; Galuschkina; Bokow; Tkatschenko; Tatiana
Kolomijzeva/Belorussian Opera/Ballet Theatre. DG 2709 097(3). A-(c/c) [060029] ................. 13.00
563.*TANNER: (Jerre): Boy With Goldfish. Siu; Elliott; Holdridge/LSO; Nigel Brooks Chorale.
[fold-open album with colorful paintings by John Thomas; dig] Varese Sarabande VCDM1000,30. A- to A [078407] .................................................................................................................. 8.00
564. TCHAIKOVSKY: Eugene Onegin (abridged, in English). Amara; Elias; Tucker; Tozzi; Lipton;
Amparan; Guarrera; Cehanovsky; Mitropoulos/Metropolitan Opera. Met Op MO-824(2).
A- [077256] ....................................................................................................................................... 21.00
565.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Pique Dame. Atlantov; Milashkina; Levko; Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre. ColMelodiya M3-33828(3). A-(demo copy) [077283] ........................................................................... 16.00
566.*TELEMANN: Arias from The Constant Music-Master. Mathis; Topper; Haefliger; Unger;
McDaniel; Ulsamer/Archiv Ens. DGG Musique Royale 199 019. A- to A [055230] .................... 10.00
567.*THEMMEN: (Ivana): Ode to Akhmatova (Kraft, mezzo-soprano; Jones, piano). ROBERT
EVETT: Piano Sonata (S.Gerber). Opus One #54. A- [077938] ..................................................... 13.00
568.+THEODORAKIS: The Ballad of Mauthausen; Six Songs. Fanandouri; Composer/Orch.
Fidelio SPH-8806. A- [077127] .......................................................................................................... 6.00
569.*THOMAS: Mignon. Tourangeau; Rogers; Wilden; Chabonneau; Santos; Bonynge/Unidentified
company. [Live, 1977] BJR S-144(3). A- [072662]......................................................................... 23.00
570. TIGRANIAN: (Armen; 1879-1950): Anush. Gasparian; Petrosian; Grigorian; Markosian;
Tavrizian/Armenian State Theatre. [with synopsis, but NL] Monitor MC-2081/83(3). A(box says stereo; truly mono; minor box dam) [064560] .................................................................. 14.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
571.*TIPPETT: The Vision of St. Augustine (Shirley-Quirk; Composer/LSO & Cho); Fantasia on a
Theme of Handel (Kitchin, pf). British RCA SER-5620. A- [064565] ........................................... 12.00
572.*TOMASEK: Goethe-Lieder (22). Kurt Widmer, vocalist; Klaus Linder, hammerklavier. German
Harmonia Mundi 1C065-065-99 834. A- to A [077458] .................................................................... 9.00
573.*TROGAN: (Roland): The Seafarer. Wiederanders, bass; Woitach, piano. [As described in foldopen album: A piano fantasy and solo cantata adapted from a translation from the AngloSaxon by Ezra Pound; includes 7-inch bonus disc of poem read by Jean Sullivan] Opus One
#5. A- [077504] ................................................................................................................................. 13.00
574.*VAJDA: (Janos; b.1949): Barabbas; Farewell; Stabat Mater. Gati; Solyom; Zadori;
Oberfrank & Torok/Hungarian Radio. Hungaroton SLPX-12263. A- [064576] ......................... 11.00
575.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: An Oxford Elegy (Westbrook, speaker); Flos Campi (Aronowitz,
viola); Five Variants of Dives & Lazarus. Willcocks/Jacques Orch; Choir of King's
College, Cambridge. Angel S-36699. A--/A- [065215] .................................................................... 6.00
576.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Five Tudor Portraits. Bainbridge; Case; Willcocks/NPO; Bach
Choir. Angel S-36685. A- [056927] ................................................................................................... 8.00
577.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Hugh the Drover. Tear; Armstrong; Watts; Lloyd; Rippon;
Groves/RPO; Cho. Angel SZBX-3879(2). A-(c/c) [063893] .......................................................... 14.00
578. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Mass in g. BACH: Motet #1. Soloists; Ian Morton/Macalester
College Little Choir. [recorded c.1961] Private KB-2674. A- [072448]......................................... 14.00
579.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Mass in g. BRITTEN: Ceremony of Carols. Wells; English; Bevan;
Whitworth; Elder; Finch; Campbell/Renaissance Singers; Choristers of Canterbury
Cathedral. [recorded at Canterbury] London OS-25271. A- [080918] ........................................... 12.00
580.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: On Wenlock Edge. IVOR GURNEY: Ludlow and Teme. Hill,
tenor; Johnson, piano; Coull String Quartet. [two song cycles based on Housman's "A
Shropshire Lad"] Hyperion A-66013. A- to A [077457] .................................................................... 9.00
581.*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)
[065244] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
582.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Three Song Cycles: Ten Blake Songs; Along the Field; Merciless
Beauty. Winter, sop; Langstaff, bar; American String Trio Members. Peerless PRCM-200.
A- [078537] ....................................................................................................................................... 11.00
583.*VERDI: Aida. Caballe; Domingo; Berini; Mastromei; Masini/Gran Teato del Liceo, Barcelona
[Live; January 1, 1974; booklet includes many production photos, but NL] Side 6: Caballe in
six excerpts from Ernani (with Christoff; Glossop; Prevedi; Gavazzeni/RAI Milan [Live;
1968]. MRF S-106(3). A- [052733] .................................................................................................. 16.00
584. VERDI: Aida. Milanov; Bjoerling; Barbieri; Warren; Christoff; Perlea/Rome Opera. RCA VIC6119(3). A- [077276]......................................................................................................................... 14.00
585.*VERDI: Attila. Raimondi; Bergonzi; Deutekom; Milnes; Bastin; Cassinelli; Gardelli/RPO;
Ambrosian Singers; Finchley Children's Music Group. Philips 6700 056(2). A- to A
[071512] ............................................................................................................................................ 16.00
586.*VERDI: Don Carlo. Corelli; Janowitz; Verrett; Ghiaurov; Waechter; Talvela; Gruberova;
Blegen; Horst Stein/Unnamed Company (an Austrian customer has told me it is Vienna
State Opera). [Live, 1970; probably NL] Legendary LR-163(3). A-(back cov has minor dam)
[073314] ............................................................................................................................................ 23.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
587.*VERDI: Don Carlo. Tebaldi; Bumbry; Bergonzi; Fischer-Dieskau; Ghiaurov; Solti/ROHCG.
London OSA-1432(4). A- [077301] .................................................................................................. 16.00
588.*VERDI: Ernani. Price; Bergonzi; Sereni; Flagello; Schippers/RCA Italiana. [Mohr; Salvatore]
RCA LSC-6183(3). A- [077272] ....................................................................................................... 13.00
589.*VERDI: Falstaff. Taddei; Panerai; Araiza; Ludwig; Kabaivanska; Schmidt; Perry;
Karajan/VPO; VSO Cho. [dig] Philips 6769 060(3). A- to A [037141] ........................................ 12.00
590. VERDI: Falstaff. Valdengo; Merriman; Elmo; Stitch-Randall (sic); Nelli; Guarrera;
Toscanini/NBC; Shaw Cho. RCA LM-6111(3). A-(very clean PD pressing) [070396] ................. 23.00
591. VERDI: Giovanna d'Arco. Tebaldi; Bergonzi; Panerai; Susca; Scarenci; Simonetto/Venice
Festival, 1951. [Live; blank cover; NL] Golden Age of Opera EJS 125(2). B- [075319] ............... 14.00
592.*VERDI: I Due Foscari. Ricciarelli; Carreras; Cappuccilli; Ramey; Gardelli/Austrian Radio
Orchestra & Chorus. Philips 6700 105(2). A- to A [064505] ........................................................ 14.00
593. VERDI: I Lombardi all Prima Crociata. Scotto; Pavarotti; Raimondi; Grilli;
Gavazzeni/Unnamed Company. [Live; Rome; 11/20/1969; inc booklet w/production photos
& synopsis, but NL] MRF 48(2). A-(very slight spine scuffs) [073975] .......................................... 19.00
594.*VERDI: Il Corsaro. Caballe; Carreras; Mastromei; Norman; Gardelli/NPO. Philips 6700
098(2). A- to A [084958]................................................................................................................... 16.00
595. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Schymberg; Bjoerling; Hasslo; Meyer; Saeden; Sandberg/Stockholm
Opera. [Live, 1960; NL; no notes] OASI 656(2). A- [070476] ....................................................... 11.00
596. VERDI: La Battaglia di Legnano. Bastianini; Corelli; Stella; Maionica; Gavazzeni/La Scala.
[Live, 1961; NL] Melodram MEL-430(2). FS(plastic fraying, but unopened) [073981] ................. 18.00
597. VERDI: La Battaglia di Legnano. Corelli; Stella; Bastianini; Maionica; Zerbini; Gavazzeni/La
Scala. [Live, 1961/62 season; with English synopsis, but NL] Raritas 2(2). A--(very minor
box dam) [074426] ............................................................................................................................ 21.00
598. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Farrell; Corelli; Calzani; Flagello; Grillo;
Guadagno/Unidentified Company [live; Philadelphia; April 14, 1965] Side 6: Farrell in
Verdi arias from radio broadcasts: Forza (1942); Aida (1947). [With notes by Vincent Alfano,
but NL] Legendary LR-170(3). A- [073312] .................................................................................... 32.00
599. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Cerquetti; Corena; Labo; MacNeil; Zaccaria; Woodrow;
Marducci/unidentified company. [Live, 1958; NL] HRE 370. A-(final 1/8-inch of side 2 is
ticky) [074459] .................................................................................................................................. 14.00
600. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Carreras; Tomova-Sintov; Mazurok; Moll; Equiluz; GomezMartinez/unidentified co. [Live, 1980; w/notes; NL] Legendary LR-165(3). A- [081291] ........... 20.00
601. VERDI: La Traviata. Caniglia; Gigli; Basiola; Huder; Cimara/ROHCG. [Live, 1939; NL]
Edizione Lirica EL-007 2(2). A-(c/c) [053011] ................................................................................ 19.00
602.*VERDI: La Traviata. Stratas; Domingo; MacNeil; Levine/Metropolitan Opera. [NL;
soundtrack from Zeffirelli film] Elektra 60267(2). A- [060349] ...................................................... 13.00
603. VERDI: La Traviata. Bjoerling; Schymberg; Stangenberg; Molin; Sandberg/Kungliga Theatre.
[Live; August 29, 1939; notes & libretto Swedish only] SR RMLP-1272/3(2). A- [070423] .......... 11.00
604.*VERDI: La Traviata. Sills; Gedda; Panerai; Wallis; Fiorentini; Ceccato/RPO; Alldis Choir.
Angel SCLX-3780(3). A- [077300] .................................................................................................. 14.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
605.*VERDI: Nabucco. Bruson; Dimitrova; Giaiotti; Rigacci/Ravenna, 1979. [Live; no notes; NL as issued] HRE V-803(2). A- [069611] ............................................................................................. 13.00
606.*VERDI: Otello (in English). Craig; Plowright; Howlett; Kale; Bottone; Elder/English National
Opera. [Live; digital] EMI SLS-1436053(2). A- [081385] .............................................................. 16.00
607. VERDI: Otello. Vinay; Schoeffler; Dermota; Martinis; Greindl; Furtwangler/VPO; VSO Cho.
[Live, Salzburg Festival; August 7, 1951] Foyer FO-1018(3). A- [081312] .................................... 25.00
608.+VERDI: Rigoletto. Stracciari; Capsir; Borgioli; Bassi; Mannarini; Molajoli/La Scala. [libretto
Italian only] EMI 3C053-17081/82(2). A- [081954] ........................................................................ 16.00
609. VERDI: Un Ballo in Maschera. Verna; Tagliavini; Tassinari; Valdengo; Erato; Questa/RAI
Turin. Cetra B-1249(2). A-(spine label is partially torn) [077303].................................................. 13.00
610.*VICENTINO: (Nicola; 1511-76): Madrigals (4) and other short vocal & instumental works.
Baines/Jaye Consort of Viols; Accademia Monteverdiana Consort. Bach Guild HM-34.
A- [078405] ......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
611.*VICTORIA: O Quam Gloriosum est Regnum; Missa O Quam Gloriosum; Missa Ave Maris
Stella. Hill/Westminster Cathedral Choir. [dig; DMM] Hyperion A-66114. A- to A [073384] ...... 11.00
612.*VICTORIA: O Quam Gloriosum est Regnum. Guest/Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge.
Argo ZRG-620. A- [073380] ............................................................................................................. 11.00
613.*VICTORIA: Requiem Mass; Four Motets. Guest/St.John's College Choir, Cambridge. Argo
ZRG-570. A- [073363] ...................................................................................................................... 11.00
614.*VICTORIA: Requiem Mass (Officium defunctorum, 1605). Hill/Westminster Cathedral Choir.
[dig; DMM] Hyperion A-66250. A- to A [073386] .......................................................................... 11.00
615.*VIVALDI: Tito Manlio. Luccardi; Wageman; Hamari; Finnila; Marshall; Ahnsjo; Negro/Berlin
Chamber Orch. [1st recording] Philips 6769 004(5). A- to A [084957] ......................................... 16.00
616. VIVES: Bohemios. Berganza; Rosada; Ausensi; Munguia; Argenta/Orquesta Sinfonica;
Cantores de Madrid. [Spanish-only notes; NL] Alhambra C-30019. A- to A [069445] ................ 13.00
617.*VIVIER: (Claude; 1948-83): Lonely Child (Parent, soprano; Garant/Orch Metropolitain du
Grand-Montreal); Pulau Dewata (Arraymusic Ens); Shiraz (Pelletier, piano). Centredisque
WRC1-3330. A- to A [077657] ........................................................................................................... 9.00
618. WAGNER: Das Rheingold. Neidlinger; Hotter; Witte; Weber; Greindl; Malaniuk;
Krauss/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; August 8, 1953; German-only libretto] Foyer FO-1008(3).
A- [081313] ....................................................................................................................................... 25.00
619. WAGNER: Das Rheingold. S. Bjorling; Windgassen; Malaniuk; Fritz; Kuen; Pflanzl;
Schwarzkopf; Karajan/Bayreuth Festival, 1951. [Live; includes English notes, but NL]
Melodram MEL-516(3). A- [081667] ............................................................................................... 20.00
620. WAGNER: Das Rheingold. Hotter; Suthaus; Kuen; Neidlinger; van Mill; von Milinkovic;
Grummer; Ilosvay; Knappertsbusch/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1957; issued with booklet
including production photos, but NL] Cetra LO-58(3). A- [081934] ............................................... 24.00
621. WAGNER: Das Rheingold. Frantz; Treptow; Weber; Pernerstorfer; Hongen; Wegener; Gabory;
Furtwangler/La Scala. [Live, 1950; no notes or libretto] Discocorp RR-420 Vol 1(3). A[081974] ............................................................................................................................................ 18.00
622. WAGNER: Die Feen. Schwartzbeck; Schwartzbeck; Rumovska; Korff; Martin; Frydlewicz;
Gaillard/Unnamed Orch & Cho. [Live; NL; blank box] Golden Age of Opera EJS 433(2).
B+ [074592]....................................................................................................................................... 14.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
623. WAGNER: Die Meistersinger (Nissen; Reining; Thorborg; Dermota; Toscanini/Salzburg
Festival, 1937; live). Side 10: VERDI - Falstaff: Act I (Stabile; Borgioli; Nessi; Lazzari;
Biasini; Toscanini/Salzburg Festival, 1936; live). Private Edition MR-2003(5). A-(NL)
[081947] ............................................................................................................................................ 35.00
624. WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Neidlinger; Grummer; Geisler; Greindl; Schmidt-Walther;
Stolze; Cluytens/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1957; includes English notes, but NL] Melodram
MEL-572(5). FS [081647]................................................................................................................. 29.00
625. WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Prohaska; Muller; Lorenz; Fuchs; Greindl;
Furtwangler/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1943; includes some English notes, but libretto
German only] Electrola 1C181-01 797/801(5). A- [081390] ............................................................ 40.00
626. WAGNER: Die Walkure - Acts I & II. Lehmann; Fuchs; Klose; Melchior; Hotter; List;
Walter/VPO (all of Act I & Act II, Scene 5); Seidler-Winkler/Berlin Opera (rest of Act II).
[German-only notes] Electrola E-80 686/88(3). A-- [081328] ......................................................... 20.00
627. WAGNER: Die Walkure. Flagstad; Treptow; Weber; Frantz; Konetzni; Hongen; Steingruber;
Furtwangler/La Scala. [Live, 1950; no notes or libretto] Discocorp RR-420 Vol 2(5). A[081973] ............................................................................................................................................ 25.00
628. WAGNER: Flying Dutchman. Uhde; Varnay; Weber; Windgassen; Knappertsbusch/Bayreuth
Festival. [live, 1955; with illustrated booklet, but NL] Cetra LO-51(3). A- [081933]..................... 20.00
629. WAGNER: Gotterdammerung. Flagstad; Lorenz; Herrmann; Konetzi; Weber; Hongen;
Pernerstorfer; Furtwangler/unidentified company. [Live, 1950; NL; blank jackets] Golden
Age of Opera EJS 538(4). B to B+ [074586] .................................................................................... 21.00
630. WAGNER: Gotterdammerung. Windgassen; Varnay; Greindl; Neidlinger; Resnik; Malaniuk;
Krauss/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; August 12, 1953; German-only libretto] Foyer FO1011(5). A- [081311]......................................................................................................................... 25.00
631. WAGNER: Gotterdammerung. Lorenz; Varnay; Hude; Modl; Siewert; Greindl; Neidlinger;
Keilberth/Bayreuth Festival, 1952. [with English notes but NL] Melodram MEL-529(5). A[081670] ............................................................................................................................................ 30.00
632. WAGNER: Gotterdammerung. Lorenz; Herrmann; Weber; Hongen; Flagstad; Konetzni;
Pernerstorfer; Furtwangler/La Scala. [Live, 1950; no notes or libretto] Discocorp RR-420
Vol 4(5). A- [081976]........................................................................................................................ 25.00
633. WAGNER: Liebesverbot (exc). Lang; Schlosser; Fanger; Telasko; Fehehberger; van
Zallinger/Beromunster Radio Orch; Bern Radio Cho. [Live; NL; blank jacket] Golden
Age of Opera EJS 273. B/B- [074584] ................................................................................................ 9.00
634.*WAGNER: Lohengrin. Thomas; Grummer; Fischer-Dieskau; Ludwig; Frick; Wiener;
Kempe/VPO: VSO Cho. EMI SLS-5071(5). A- [081608].............................................................. 35.00
635. WAGNER: Parsifal (Act II only, sung in Italian). Callas; Baldelli; Modesti; Pagliughi;
Gui/unidentified company. [Live; November 20, 1950; NL] Penzance 10. A- [081964] .............. 20.00
636. WAGNER: Parsifal. London; Varnay; Hotter; Svanholm; Davidson; Vichegonov;
Stiedry/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; April 17, 1954; with English notes but NL] Melodram
MEL-442(4). A- [081666] ................................................................................................................. 30.00
637. WAGNER: Siegfried. Windgassen; Varnay; Hotter; Kuen; Streich; Neidlinger;
Krauss/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; August 10, 1953; German-only libretto] Foyer FO1010(4). A- [081309]......................................................................................................................... 25.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
638. WAGNER: Siegfried. Svanholm; Markwort; Pernerstorfer; Herrmann; Weber; Hongen; Flagstad;
Moor; Furtwangler/La Scala. [Live, 1950; no notes or libretto] Discocorp RR-420 Vol 3(5).
A- [081975] ....................................................................................................................................... 25.00
639. WAGNER: Tannhauser. Muller; Pilinsky; Jost-Arden; Janssen; Andresen;
Elmendorff/Bayreuth Festival Orchestra. [recorded 1930; includes English notes, but NL]
Electrola 1C137-03 130/32(3). A- to A [081957] ............................................................................. 24.00
640. WAGNER: Tannhauser. Svanholm; van Mill; Wilfert; Imdahl; Blessin; Rodzinski/Teatro
Communale di Firenze. [Live; 11-28-1953; probably has booklet, but NL] Melodram MEL423(3). FS! [081995] ......................................................................................................................... 25.00
641. WAGNER: Tannhauser. Seider; Von Rohr; Paul; Klarwein; Kusche; Ostertag; Wunzer; Streich;
Heger/Munich State Opera. Vox OPBX-143(4). A-(lovely; w/libretto from Chicago Civic
Opera) [073727] ................................................................................................................................ 19.00
642. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde. Flagstad; Melchior; Janssen; Kalter; List; Reiner/ROHCG
[Live; May, 1936; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 465(4). B+ [074582] .................. 20.00
643. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde. Graarud; Larsen-Todsen; Helm; Bockelmann; Andresen; Rodin;
Elmendorff/Bayreuth Festival Orch & Chorus. [recorded in Bayreuth Festspielhaus, 1928;
includes some notes in English, but NL] Electrola 1C181-03 031/33(3). A- to A [081956] ............ 30.00
644. WAGNER: Walkure. Vinay; Varnay; Greindl; Hotter; Resnik; Malaniuk; Krauss/Bayreuth
Festival. [Live; August 9, 1953; German-only libretto] Foyer FO-1009(4). A- [081310] ............... 25.00
645.*WALLACH: (Joelle): Orison of Saint Theresa; Plaint for a Prince & King; Three Short
Sacred Anthems; Five American Echoes. Viksic/Manhattan Vocal Ens. FRANK MARTIN:
Piemes de la Mort. Cohn, bass; Peoples, tenor; Rouse, bar; Nagano conducts three guitars.
Opus One #122. A- [077392] ............................................................................................................ 13.00
646.*WALTON: Belshazzar's Feast (Bell; PO Cho); Partita for Orchestra. Composer/PO. Angel S35681. A-(earliest U.S. red labels) [077545] .................................................................................... 12.00
647.*WALTON: Facade. Fielding; Flanders; Marriner/ASMF. Angel S-36837. A- [060622]..................... 7.00
648.*WEBBER: (William Lloyd): Songs, Aria & Choral Pieces (12); Six Pieces for Piano; Two
Pieces for Cello & Piano. Graham-Hall; Ledger; Julian Lloyd Webber; Lill; Richard Hickox
Singers. [dig] ASV DCA-584. A- [077699] ........................................................................................ 7.00
649. WEBER: Der Freischutz (exc). Husch; Schlottmann; Lemnitz; Beike; Bohnen; Wittrisch;
Steiner/Berlin Opera. [Live, 12-20-1936; NL; blank jacket] Unique Opera UORC-352.
B+(slight warp requires 2 grams to track) [065930] ........................................................................... 9.00
650.*WEBER: Euryanthe. Norman; Hunter; Gedda; Krause; Vogel; Krahmer; Neukirch;
Janowski/Dresden State Orch; Leipzig Radio Cho. [first recording] Angel SDL-3764(4).
A- [068635] ....................................................................................................................................... 18.00
651.*WEIGL: (Vally): Songs of Remembrance; Songs Newly Seen in the Dusk; Requiem for
Allison (Beavon, mezzo-soprano; string quartet). DINU GHEZZO: Structures (Moore, cello;
Fennelly, piano). BRIAN FENNELLY: For Solo Flute (Simonsen). DINOS
CONSTANTINIDES: Impressions (Kreiselman, clarinet; Ferrara, piano). Orion ORS-81410.
A- [077881] ......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
652.*WEISGALL: (Hugo; b.1912): Song Cycles: The Golden Peacock; Translations. Judith Raskin,
soprano; Ritt, piano. CRI SD-417. A- [078542] ............................................................................... 11.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
653.*WERNICK: (Richard; b.1934): A Prayer for Jerusalem (DeGaetani, soprano; Steele,
percussion). WALTER MAYS (b.1941): Six Invocations to the Svara Mandala
(Combs/Wichita State University Percussion Orch). [1975 Naumberg Award Winners] CRI
SD-344. A- [078552] ......................................................................................................................... 11.00
654.*WHITE: (Robert): (c.1538-74): Four Motets; Lamentations of Jeremiah. Wulstan/The Clerkes
of Oxenford. Calliope CAL-1622. A- to A [066420] .......................................................................... 9.00
655.*WILLIAMSON: Julius Caesar Jones. Cantelo; Proctor; Maurel; Andrewes/Instrumental Ens
(inc. Marriner, violin); Finchley Children's Music Group. Argo ZRG-529. A- [066530] .............. 9.00
656.*WINCENTY: (P. Rogeriusz; b.1933): Biblical Meditations (texts on the Beatitudes). Elisabeth
Flickenschildt, speaker; Veigl/Percussionsensemble & Ens "Synthese" Wien; Chos.
[German-only notes] Aulos FSM-43 521/22(2). A- to A [064573] .................................................. 14.00
657.*WOLF-FERRARI: Sly. Bader; Polaski; Reeh; Haertel; Maxym/Niedersachsischen Staatsoper,
Hannover. [dig; DMM; includes notes & synopsis in English, but NL - as issued] Acanta
40.23 501(3). A- to A [058201]......................................................................................................... 25.00
658.*ZEMLINSKY: Lieder (23). Kimbrough, baritone; Garben, pf. [dig] Acanta 40.23 509. A- to A
[077418] ............................................................................................................................................ 13.00
659.*ZEMLINSKY: Lyric Symphony. Soderstrom; Duesing; Klee/Berlin Radio Orch. Schwann
VMS-1602. A- to A [077442] ............................................................................................................. 9.00
660.*ZEMLINSKY: The Mermaid; Psalm XIII. Chailly/Berlin Radio Orch; Senff Ch Cho. [dig]
London 417 450-1. A- to A(Dutch pressing) [064191] ....................................................................... 7.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Highlights
661. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio (exc). Flagstad; Schorr; Maison; Gabor; Bodanzky/Metropolitan Opera.
[Live, 1938; NL; bl cov] Golden Age of Opera EJS 231. B [072731].............................................. 11.00
662. BELLINI: Il Pirata (exc). Callas; Ego; Ferraro; Rescigno/Metropolitan Opera. [Live, 1959;
Italian-only notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 34. A- [073928] ................................................................. 9.00
663.*BIZET: Carmen (exc). de los Angeles; Gedda; Micheau; Blanc; Beecham/ORTF. Capitol SG7222. A- [077112] ............................................................................................................................... 8.00
664.*BIZET: Carmen (exc). Fassbaender; Rothenberger; Spiess; Anheisser; Patane/Staatskapelle
Dresden; Leipzig Radio Cho. [quad] Electrola 1C063-29 091. A- [081767] ................................. 10.00
665.*BRITTEN: Midsummer Night's Dream (exc). Deller; Harwood; Pears; Harper; Shirley-Quirk;
Watts; Brannigan; Tear; Composer/LSO. London OS-26097. A-(c/c) [055370] ............................ 10.00
666.*BRITTEN: Albert Herring (exc). Pears; Fisher; Brannigan; J. Peters; Noble; Cantelo; Ward;
Composer/ECO. London OS-26165. A-(c/c) [055369] ................................................................... 10.00
667.*CATALANI: La Wally (exc). Tebaldi; Del Monaco; Cappuccilli; Diaz; Cleva/Monte Carlo
Opera. London OS-26202. A- [055366] .......................................................................................... 10.00
668. CILEA: Adriana Lecouvreur (exc). Pobbe; Barbieri; Filacuridi; Simionetto/RAI Milan. [Live,
1958; Italian-only notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 56. A- [074536] ....................................................... 9.00
669.*D'ALBERT: Tiefland (exc). Gutstein; Hoppe; Kuhse; Adam; Ronisch; Schmitz/Staatskapelle
Dresden. Electrola 1C037-30 756. A- to A [056170]......................................................................... 6.00
670.*DELIBES: Lakme (exc). D'Angelo; Berbe; Gedda; Blanc; Pretre/Paris Opera Comique. [blue
labels] Angel S-36107. A- [065226] ................................................................................................. 10.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Highlights - continued
671.*ERKEL: (Ferenc; 1810-93): Bank Ban (exc). Simandy; Agay; Komlossi; Reti;
Ferencsik/Budapest Philharmonic; Hungarian Opera Cho. Hungaroton SLPX-11535. A[073947] .............................................................................................................................................. 8.00
672. GIORDANO: Andrea Chenier (exc). Corelli; Tebaldi; Bastianini; von Matacic/Vienna State
Opera. [Live, 1960; Italian-only notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 16. A- to A(lovely pressing)
[077289] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
673. GIORDANO: Andrea Chenier (excerpts sung in German). Rosvaenge; Domgraf-Fassbaender;
Heidersbach; Wrana; Heger/Berlin Opera. [recorded 1942] BASF 10 21361-7. A- to A
[073876] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
674.*GLUCK: Excerpts from Orphee, Alceste, Iphigenie in Aulide, Ipheginie en Tauride &
Armide. Soukupova; Tattermuschova; Kniplova; Walters; Maag/Prague National Theatre.
Supraphon SUAST-50789. FS [056742] ............................................................................................. 9.00
675. GOMES: Salvatore Rosa (exc). Basso; De Albuquerque; Silva; Fortes; Cremagnani/Teatro
Municipale, Rio de Janiero. [Live, 1946; bl cov; NL] Unique Opera UORC-279. A[073594] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
676.*GOUNOD: Romeo & Juliette (exc). Carteri; Gayraud; Gedda; Dens; Rouleau;
Lombard/French National Opera. [blue labels] Angel S-36287. A- [054753] ............................. 10.00
677. HALEVY: La Juive: Act II with Martinelli; Rethberg; Boerner; Clemens; Merola/SF Opera
[Live, 1936]; Act IV excerpts with Martinelli & D'Angelo; Heller/Vitaphone Orch
[1926/27]. Voce 40. A- [070388] ...................................................................................................... 14.00
678.*LEHAR: Merry Widow (exc). Schwarzkopf; Gedda; Steffek; Knapp; Waechter; Von
Matacic/PO. [blue labels] Angel S-36340. A- [055373].................................................................. 10.00
679. MASSENET: Manon (exc). Carteri; Filacuridi; Simionetto/RAI Turin. [Live, 1959; Italian-only
notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 42. A-(this copy includes notes insert in English) [074531] ................ 9.00
680.*MASSENET: Thais (exc). Brumaire; Gayraud; Dens; Dervaux/Paris Opera. [blue labels]
Angel S-36286. A- [073943] ............................................................................................................... 9.00
681. MILLOCKER: Der Bettelstudent (exc). Eoose; Eipperle; Wolf; Terkal; SchmidtBoelcke/BVRS & Cho. [10-in] Telefunken TM-68039. A--(British pressing) [078482] .................. 8.00
682.*MOZART: Don Giovanni (exc). Prey; Wunderlich; Grummer; Koth; Kohn; Hillebrecht;
Stewart; Wiemann; Zanotelli/Blerin Sym. Electrola 1C061-28 418. A-to A [064430] .................... 7.00
683. MOZART: Finta Giardiniera (exc). Protero; Kaposy; Nixa; Lovrencevic; Seywald; Kuster;
Paumgartner/Salzburg Mozarteum. Epic LC-3543. A- [070842] .................................................. 9.00
684. MOZART: Marriage of Figaro (exc). Schwarzkopf; Seefried; Panerai; Karajan/La Scala.
[Live, 1954; Italian-only notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 30. A- [057553] ............................................ 9.00
685. MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godunov (exc). Kipnis; Tamarin; Berezowsky/RCA Sym; Shaw Cho.
RCA LBC-1082. A-- [071646].......................................................................................................... 13.00
686. PONCHIELLI: La Gioconda (exc). Milanov; Poggi; Tucker; Cleva/Metropolitan Opera. [Live,
1957; Italian-only notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 77. A- to A [073972] ............................................... 9.00
687. PUCCINI: La Boheme (exc). Albanese; Bergonzi; Sereni; Scott; Schippers/Metropolitan
Opera. [Live, 1958; Italian-only notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 35. A-(this copy has English
notes insert) [074528] .......................................................................................................................... 9.00
688.*PUCCINI: La Boheme (excerpts sung in German). Berger; Fischer-Dieskau; Schock; Koth;
Frick; Prey; Schuchter/Berlin State Opera. Electrola 1C047-28 572. A- [070850] ...................... 14.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Highlights - continued
689. PUCCINI: Madame Butterfly (exc). Albanese; Melton; Browning; Weissmann/RCA Victor
Orch. [10-inch] RCA LM-2. B to B+ [084729] ................................................................................. 8.00
690. PUCCINI: Turandot (exc). Nilsson; DiStefano; Carteri; Votto/La Scala. [Live, 1958] I Gioielli
Della Lirica 40. A-(this copy has English notes insert) [074530] ....................................................... 9.00
691.*REYER: Sigurd (exc). Botiaux; Cumia; Bianco; Etcheverry/Unnamed Orch & Cho. [Frenchonly notes] Disques Vogue-LDM-30136. A- [071144] .................................................................... 14.00
692. STRAUSS: Capriccio (exc). Ursuleac; Klarwein; Hotter; Hann; Krauss/Bavarian Opera Orch.
[recorded 1942] BASF 10 21363-3. A- to A [052283] ..................................................................... 10.00
693. STRAUSS: Elektra (exc; Pauly; Boerner; Szantho; Huehn; Jagel; Rodzinski/NYP; live, 1937).
WAGNER: Tannhauser - Venusberg Duet (Pauly; Laholm; Leinsdorf/Met; live, 1939). [bl
covs; NL] Golden Age of Opera EJS 145(2). B-/B [074583] ........................................................... 13.00
694. TCHAIKOVSKY: Eugen Onegin (exc). Carteri; Valletti; Taddei; Sanzogno/RAI Milan. [Live,
1953; Italian-only notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 21. A- to A [073970] ............................................... 9.00
695. VERDI: Aida (abridged). Milanov; Bjoerling; Barbieri; Warren; Christoff; Perlea/Rome Opera.
[SD labels] RCA LM-6069(2). A- [077286] ..................................................................................... 13.00
696. VERDI: Aida (exc). Milanov; Castagna; Martinelli; Bonelli; Cordon; Hatgfield;
Pelletier/Metropolitan Opera. [Live, 1943; NL; blank cover] Golden Age of Opera EJS
236207. B [078448] ............................................................................................................................. 9.00
697. VERDI: Der Troubadour (Trovatore exc in German). Scheppan; Schilp; Rosvaenge;
Rother/Berlin Opera. [rec 1942] BASF 10 21499-0. A- to A [074639] ......................................... 10.00
698. VERDI: Il Trovatore (exc). Del Monaco; Gencer; Bastianini; Previtali/RAI Milan. [Live, 1957;
Italian-only notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 4. A-(this copy includes English notes) [074524] ............. 9.00
699. VERDI: Il Trovatore (exc). Sutherland; Obrazova; Pavarotti; Wexell; Grant;
Bonynge/unidentified co. [Live, no date; bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-281. [074589] ................ 13.00
700. VERDI: Il Trovatore (exc). Greco; Castagna; Bjoerling; Valentino; Moscona;
Calusio/Metropolitan Opera. [Live, 1941; NL; blank cover] Golden Age of Opera EJS 207.
B+ [078447]......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
701.*VERDI: Il Trovatore. Bonisolli; Kabaivanska; Cortez; Zancanaro; Bartoletti/Berlin State
Opera. [German-only notes] Acanta 40.23 547. A- to A [064549].................................................. 10.00
702. VERDI: La Traviata (exc). Tebaldi; Magenta; Prandelli; Gallo; Giulini/RAI Milan. [live, 1956;
Italian-only notes] I Gioelli della Lirica GDL 2. A- [074588] ............................................................ 9.00
703. VERDI: La Traviata (exc). Bjoerling; Schymberg; Hasslo; Grevillius/Stockholm Opera. [Live
1941; NL; bl cov; scarce] Golden Age of Opera EJS 406. B/B+ [072403] ...................................... 13.00
704. VERDI: Macbeth (exc). Callas; Mascherini; Tajo; de Sabata/La Scala. [Live, 1952; Italian-only
notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 38. A-(this copy has English notes insert) [074529]............................. 9.00
705. VERDI: Otello (exc). Del Monaco; Cavalli; Gobbi; Capuana/Rome Opera. [Live, 1960] I
Gioielli Della Lirica 15. A-(this copy includes English notes insert) [074525] .................................. 9.00
706. VERDI: Otello (exc). Del Monaco; Cavalli; Gobbi; Capuana/Rome Opera. [live, 12-26-60;
Italian-only notes] I Gioelli della Lirica GDL 15. A- [066473] .......................................................... 9.00
707. VERDI: Otello (exc). Record credits Bolshoi Theatre production, but in fact this is apparently Del
Monaco, De Los Angeles & Mitropoulos. Everest 6183. A- [073957] ............................................ 8.00
708. VERDI: Otello (excerpts in German). Ralf; Schoeffler; Konetzni; Nicolaidi; Bohm/Vienna State
Opera. [recorded 1944] Acanta BB-23.058. A- to A [073587] .......................................................... 9.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Highlights - continued
709. VERDI: Otello (exc sung in German). Rosvaenge; Reining; Reinmar; Waldenau; Rodin;
Elmendorff/Berlin Opera. [recorded 1943] BASF 10 21360-9. A- to A [073874] .......................... 9.00
710. VERDI: Otello (excerpts). Zenatello; Granforte; Noto; Cilla; Spani; Bellezza/ROHCG. [Live;
June 17, 1926 (with incidental fill-ins); blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera EJS 144. B+
[075321] ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
711. VERDI: Requiem (exc). Caniglia; Stignani; Gigli; Pasero; De Sabata/Orch. [Live; Rome, 1940;
NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 359. B [070506] ......................................................... 9.00
712. VERDI: Rigoletto (exc). Eight excerpts featuring Sandor Sved & Maria Gyurkovics, recorded
between 1953 & 1956 with Hungarian Opera Orch, miscellaneous conductors. Hungaroton
LPX-12344. A- [073397] .................................................................................................................. 11.00
713.*VERDI: Un Ballo in Maschera (exc). Poggi; Bastianini; Stella; Lazzarini; Gavazzeni//La
Scala. [tulip labels] DGG 136 271. A- to A [070358] ...................................................................... 11.00
714. WAGNER: Das Rheingold (exc). Hotter; Traxel; Neidlinger; Grummer; Suthaus;
Knappertsbusch/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1957; Italian-only notes] I Gioielli della Lirica
GDL 50. A- [066506] .......................................................................................................................... 9.00
715. WAGNER: Die Walkure - Act 1. Lehmann; Melchior; List; Walter/VPO. [recorded 1935] Sera
60190. FS [067021] ............................................................................................................................. 7.00
716. WAGNER: Die Walkure - Excerpts from Acts II & III. Flagstad; Franz; Treptow; Konetzi;
Furtwangler/La Scala. [Live, 1950; bl cov; no notes] Golden Age of Opera EJS 327. B
[074658] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
717. WAGNER: Flying Dutchman (exc). Flagstad; Janssen; Weber; Lorenz; Reiner/ROHCG. [Live,
1937; NL; blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera EJS 123. B- [077074] ............................................... 9.00
718. WAGNER: Lohengrin - Act 2. Flagstad; Melchior; Branzell; Huehn; Abravanel/unidentified
company. [bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-194. B+ [081531] ........................................................... 12.00
719. WAGNER: Parsifal (exc). Vinay; Modl; Knappertsbusch/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1956;
Italian-only notes] I Gioielli della Lirica GDL 43. A- [066502] ......................................................... 9.00
720.*WAGNER: Parsifal (exc). Minton; Goldberg; Schone; Lloyd; Haugland; Jordan/Monte-Carlo
Phil; Prague Philharmonic Cho. [dig] [from film, c.1982] Erato NUM-75037. A- [067187] ........ 9.00
721. WAGNER: Parsifal (exc). Vinay; Modl; Knappertsbusch/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1956;
Italian-only notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 43. A- [080459] ............................................................... 12.00
722. WAGNER: Tannhauser (exc). Vinay; Fischer-Dieskau; Brouwenstijn; Keilberth/Bayreuth
Festival. [Live, 1954; Italian-only notes] I Gioielli della Lirica GDL 27. A- to A [066511]............. 9.00
723. WAGNER: Tristan & Isolde (exc). Vinay; Modl; Malaniuk; Karajan/Bayreuth. [Live, 1952]
Rodolphe RP-12704. A- to A [057250] .............................................................................................. 9.00
724. WAGNER: Walkure (Act II). Flagstad; Lehmann; Meisle; Schorr; Reiner/San Francisco
Opera. [Live; 11-13-1936; NL; blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera EJS 234. B [075393] .............. 9.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections
725. "LES INTROUVABLES DU CHANT MOZARTIEN." Ninety-two arias, duets & ensembles
recorded by vocalists Rethberg, Dux, Gerhart, Schwarzkopf, Berger, Seefried, Jurinac,
Jadlowker, Kirkby-Lunn, Francillo-Kauffmann, Weber, Tauber, Nemeth, Perras, Norena, von
Pataky, Hesch, Ivogun, Erb, Kipnis, Helletsgruber, Schumann, Santley, Gobbi, Lemnitz,
Ritter-Diampi, Feraldy, Schumann, Seinemeyer, Vallin, Mildmay, Vallin, Rautawaara,
Domgraf-Fassbaender, Ritter-Ciampi, Marcoux, Scotti, Farrar, Battistini, Corsi, L.Lehmann,
Leider, Roswaenge, d'Andrade, Pernet, Pinza, Patti, Maurel, Renaud, Schone, McCormack,
Gadski, Kemp, Callas, Thebom, Schwarz, Noni, Grummer, Hahn, Kiurina, Huach, Souez,
Nash, Lewis, Fugere, Wittrisch, Schiotz, Gedda, Kurz, Erb, Galvany, Hempel, Sibiriakov &
Frick. [French-only notes] French EMI 290 5983(6). A- to A [081713] .......................................... 45.00
726.*A HUNDRED YEARS OF ITALIAN OPERA: 1800-1810. Twenty-four arias from obscure
operas by Cimarosa, Avanti, Generali, Gnecco, Lavigna, Mayr(2), Mosca(2), Nicolini(2),
Paer(4), Paisiello, Pavesi, Portogallo, Pucitta, Righini, Weigl, Winter(2) & Zingarelli. Many
vocalists; David Parry/Philharmonia Orch. Recorded by Robert Auger in Henry Wood
Hall, London; 1979-82; with 64-page book of extensive notes and fine illustrations] Opera
Rara ORH-101(3). A- to A [082092] ................................................................................................ 50.00
727. AMERICAN SINGERS, VOLUME 2: Forest (Tosca[2] & Pag, 1934); Lankow (Juive & Flute;
1926); Jagel (Giustino & Manon Lescaut, 1948 & 1959); Whitehall (Parsifal, 1914); Scott
(Caid, 1913); Bonelli (Roi de Lahore, 1935); Hackett (Barber, 1926); Witherspoon (Reine
de Saba, 1911); Middleton (Mirette, 1923); Chamlee (Bizet - Agnus Dei, 1924).
International Record Collectors' Club IRCC L-7034. A- [077469] .................................................. 20.00
728. BAYREUTH FESTIVAL: 1951-1960: Selections from Tannhauser - Rysanek; Kupper;
Windgassen; Greindl; Waechter; Windgassen; Cho. Meistersinger - Greindl; Cho. Walkure Hotter. Siegfried - Windgassen. Gotterdammerung - Varnay; Windgassen; Greindl. Misc
Orchs/Conductors. [British pressing; German-only notes] DGG 2721 111(2). A- to A
[082150] ............................................................................................................................................ 24.00
729. BAYREUTH FESTIVAL 1932-1936: Exc from Lohengrin (3) & Walkure (1) (Muller; Volker;
Tietjen/Bayreuth, 1936 [does not duplicate TH 97003]); Meistersinger (3) (Roswaenge;
Bockelmann (1932 & 1933); Tannhauser & Rheingold (Bockelmann, 1933); (last three with
F.A.Schmidt/BSOO: artists active at Bayreuth in these roles, but these recordings not from
Bayreuth.) Telefunken TH-97008. A- [078515] ............................................................................... 11.00
730. CANTORIAL GEMS: By Sirota(3), Rosenblatt(4), Kurtzer(2), Glanz, Kwartin(2), Borenstein &
Roitman. Scala 860. A-- [054832] .................................................................................................... 10.00
731. COLLECTOR'S SHOWCASE: Collection of Harold Burros: selections by L.Kirkby, Damayev,
Druzhakina, Kurz, Panzera, Kemp, Gerhardt, Scotney, Cahier, Cazette, Ljungberg, Janssen,
Brohly, Azema & Destinn(2). Club 99 CL-99-506. FS [072866] ..................................................... 11.00
732. 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- [073322] ................................................................................................................... 11.00
733.*CONTEMPORARY HUNGARIAN CHORAL MUSIC: FERENC SZABO - Song of the
Wolves; Confession; 3 Small Choruses. KAMILLO LENDVAY - Winter Morning 1933.
BELA TARDOS - Bitter Years - Suite for Mixed Choir. Vasarhelyi/Hungarian Radio/TV
Cho & Wind Ens. Qualiton SLPX-11330. A- [067177].................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections - continued
734.*DIVA: SIX GREAT VOICES: Von Stade - Figaro, Semiramide, Cedrillon, Mignon, Werther,
Grande Duchesse. Te Kanawa - Don Giovanni(2), Hansel & Gretel, Strauss Song, Pie Jesu
from Durufle Requiem. Scotto - Norma, Otello, Adriana, Suor, Butterfly. Caballe - Gemma
di Vergi, Aroldo(2). Horne - Prophete, Mignon, Sheherazade (one song), El Amor Brujo (one
song). CBS M3X-36937(3). A- to A(lovely German pressing) [074607] ........................................ 18.00
735. GREAT TENORS OF THE WORLD: Caruso/Pag; Schipa/Elisir; Gigli/Rigoletto; Tauber/Martha;
Roswaenge/Postillion & Seraglio; Wittrisch/Huguenots; McCormack/Atalanta; Nash/Manon;
Melchior/Tannhauser; Bjoerling/Turandot & Africana; Thill/Troyens. EMI HLM-7004. A[073301] ............................................................................................................................................ 14.00
736. GREAT VOICES OF BAYREUTH: Volume 1. Wagner vocal selections sung (more than one
aria by some) by Destinn, Knupfer, Soomer, Hensel, E.Kraus, Bohnen, Demuth, Hafgren,
Mayr, Schorr, Leisner, Melchior, Onegin, Leider/Melchior, Scheidl, Ohms, Wolff,
Manowarda, Klose, Volker, Lorenz, Muller/Volker, Schlusnus & Leider. DISC #5:
GREAT CONDUCTORS AT BAYREUTH: Furtwangler (Siegfried's Funeral Music; BPO);
Elmendorff (Rhine Journey; BSOO); Knappertsbusch (Parsifal Transformation Scene;
BPO); Richard Strauss (Dutchman Overture; BPO). [French-only booklet of notes, but
pressings are apparently German] DGG 410 854-1(5). A- to A [067276] ........................................ 26.00
737.*GUILLAUME DE MACHAUT ET SON TEMPS: Ten works by Machaut(5), Borlet, Anon,
Cesaris, Carmen & Tapissier. Ensemble Guillaume de Machaut de Paris. Ades 14,040. A[078381] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
738.*HARMONIA SACRA: Vocal Works of Purcell(6), Jeremiah Clarke, Pelham Humphrey, William
Croft & John Blow. Concerto Vocale. Harmonia Mundi HM-1081. A- [078460] ............................ 9.00
739. LAMENT FOR APRIL 15: And Other Modern American Madrigals by Claflin(3), Mills,
Pinkham(2), Stevens, Kay(2), Kurt List, Dvorkin, Edward Tatnall Canby, Harman. Randolph
Singers. CRI 102. A-(writing on back cover) [078539] ................................................................... 11.00
740. LYRICS BY IRA GERSHWIN: Songs by G.Gershwin(3), Duke, Weill(2), Copland, Schwartz &
Kern(2). Walker; Carlyle; Craig; BAker & Morris, piano. Walden 300. A-- [070968] ................ 11.00
741.*MOTETS: By Monteverdi(3), Schutz(8) & Giovanni Gabrieli(2). Knibbs; Hall; Thomas;
Bowman; Louis Halsey Singers. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-333. A- [060960] ............................................. 5.00
742.*NEW MUSIC FOR MEZZO-SOPRANO: ROCHBERG - 11 Songs. PASATIERI - 3 Poems of
James Agee. COE - London Sings. Sharon Mabry; Wade, piano. Owl 28. A- [064307] ............... 11.00
743.*NEW YORK PRO MUSICA: Early Baroque Music of Italy (vocal & instrumental). Works of
Monteverdi(5), Frescobaldi(3), Turini & Girolama dall Cassa. Noah Greenberg directs.
Decca DL-79425. A- [078338]............................................................................................................ 9.00
744. OMAGGIO A CARUSO: Memorial Concert of the 100th Year of His Birth. Arias and songs
by Atlantov, Del Monaco, Pavarotti, Tagliavini, Vanzo (three each). di Fabritiis/Orch.
[Naples; April 24, 1973] HRE 341. FS [080502] .............................................................................. 12.00
745. ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS: Six Hymns. Robert Shaw Chorale; Weinrich, organ.
[10-inch] RCA LM-85. A--(fine!) [084791] ..................................................................................... 14.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections - continued
746. OPERATIC SCENES: From Rosenkavalier, Marriage of Figaro, Orfeo & Carmen. Stevens;
Berger; Peerce; Reiner/RCA Victor Sym. [in print from c.10/52 - 3/56] RCA LM-9010.
B+(earliest labels) [082363] .............................................................................................................. 24.00
747.*ORTHODOX CHURCH MUSIC FROM: FINLAND, Volume 2: Valamskaya Vechernya
(Great Vespers sung in Church Slavonic, based on melodies of Valamo Monastery); shorter
works by Pietari Akimov, Boris Yakubov(2), Aleksei Krasnostovski(4). Wallen/The
Ecumenenical Quartet . Ikon IKO-15F. A- [078457].......................................................................... 9.00
748. POTPOURRI #21: Arias sung by Masini(4), Rethberg(3), Sack(2), Lehmann(4), Bori(3), Pauly,
Jeritza & Melchior. Conductors inc Reiner, Ormandy, Klemperer, Black & Rapee. [rec 193738; blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera EJS 425. A- [077197]......................................................... 13.00
749. READINGS FROM THE BIBLE: Twelve passages read by Ronald Colman. [10-inch; never
seen this one before!] RCA LM-124. B [084811] ............................................................................. 16.00
750.*ROYAL FAMILY OF OPERA: Thirty-one arias taken from a wide range of London opera issues
with artists including Crespin, Tebaldi, Del Monaco, Corelli, Resnik, Weathers, Merrill,
McCracken, Berganza, Zeani, Nilsson, Flagstad, Hotter, Prevedi, Ludwig, Krause, King,
Ghiaurov, Sutherland, and many more. [With 45-page booklet] London RFO-S-1(3). A-(U.S.
pressings) [057561] ........................................................................................................................... 16.00
751.*SONGS OF LOVE & DEATH: Three Songs Cycles by Yrjo Kilpinen (1892-1959); Bartok - Five
Songs, Op.16. R.Leanderson, baritone; H.Leanderson, piano. Bis LP-43. A- to A [059041]......... 9.00
752.*THE ART OF COURTLY LOVE: Guillaume de Machaut and His Age; Late 14th Century Avant
Garde (works of Solage, Grimace, Borlet, de Perusio, etc.); The Court of Burgundy (works of
Dufay[8], Binchois[6] & Anon[2]). Munrow/Early Music Consort of London. Sera SIC6092(3). A- [074600]......................................................................................................................... 13.00
753. VERDI ARIAS BY GREAT TENORS: Zenatello, Rayner, Piccaver, Lauri-Volpi, Pertile, Vignas
& Lois. ROSSINI ARIAS BY GREAT TENORS & BARITONES: Slezak, Escalais,
Magnini, Coletti, Battistini, Gilion & Badini. Eterna 761. A- [061123] ........................................... 10.00
754. WAGNER ON RECORD (1926-1942): Excerpts from the Ring, Dutchman, Lohengrin,
Tannhauser, Parsifal, Tristan, Meistersinger & Rienzi; 33 vocalists & 18 conductors drawn
from EMI archives. With 43-page booklet including complete discographic information and
texts along with artist photos & biographies and a note from producer Keith Hardwick. EMI
RLS-7711(7). A- to A(slight box scuffs) [081706] ........................................................................... 59.00
Listings of individual vocalists begin on the next page 
LP's: Vocalists
755. ALBANESE: Arias - Louise; Boheme; La Wally; Cav; Manon Lescaut; Adriana. Trucco/RCA
Orch. [10-inch] RCA LM-111. B [084806] ..................................................................................... 10.00
756. ALBANESE: In Operetta & Song - Sixteen numbers recorded 1942-45. Puccini Foundation PF100. A- [072675] ............................................................................................................................... 20.00
757. ALDENHOFF: Arias - Fidelio(2), Otello(2), Aida, Africana, Sadko(2), Lohengrin,
Tannhauser(3), Walkure(3), Siegfried, Gotterdammerung(2), Evangelimann, Don Juan de
Manara(Tomasi) & Four Songs by Wehding. [Live; misc orchs; 1948-57] Melodram MEL656(2). A- [070781]........................................................................................................................... 14.00
758. ALEXANDROVICH: Arias & songs of Mozart, Bach, Haydn, Rossini, Stradella, Mehul &
Gluck. [10-inch] Melodiya 3268-69. A- [078471] ............................................................................ 11.00
759. AMATO: Arias - Barber, Traviata(2), Ballo, Forza, Africana, Il Guarany, Carmen(2), Gioconda,
Tosca, Secret of Susanna & Jewels. [recorded 1911-14; German-only notes] Court Opera CO430. FS [071498] ................................................................................................................................. 9.00
760. AMATO: Arias - Rigoletto(3), Trovatore(20, Ballo, Dinorah, Favorita, Carmen(2), Jewels &
Gioconda. [rec 1911-4; German-only notes] Discophilia DIS-KG-A-2. A- [065010] ....................... 8.00
761.*AMELING: Mendelssohn Songs (17). Jansen, piano. [dig] CBS IM-36678. A- [051928] .................... 8.00
762.*ANDERSON: "Jus' Keep On Singin'" - Twelve Spirituals. Motley, piano. [first copy of this I've
seen; only in print 1965-1967; minor cover scuffs] RCA LSC-2796. B+(looks fine; typical nse
for Canadian SD press) [064242] ...................................................................................................... 19.00
763. ANDERSON: Arias - Don Carlo, Samson(2), Messiah, L'Allegro, Siroe. Spirituals (8). Songs of
Sibelius(2) & Schubert(2). [LP transfers by Keith Hardwick; recorded 1928-38; DMM] EMI
EG-29 0016 1. A- to A [070327]....................................................................................................... 11.00
764. ANDERSON: Schubert Songs - Thekla; Dem Unendlichen. Rupp, piano. [7-inch, 45-rpm
translucent red vinyl disc; bl cov] RCA 49-1278. A-- [078564] ......................................................... 6.00
765. ANDERSON: Spirituals (21). Rupp, pf. [rec 1947-52] RCA AVM1-1735. A- [059848] ....................... 9.00
766. ANDERSON: Ten Spirituals. Rupp, piano. [10-inch] RCA LM-110. B- [084805] ................................ 6.00
767. ANDERSON: 11 Great Spirituals. Rupp, pf. [10-in] RCA LRM-7006. B to B- [060914] .................... 8.00
768. ANSSEAU: (Fernand): Arias - Carmen, Faust(2), Romeo, Alceste, Monna Vanna(2), Herodiade
& Werther(4). Belgian EMI RCLP-35. A- [072668] ........................................................................ 14.00
769. ANSSEAU: Vol. 1: Arias - Damnation of Faust, Lohengrin(2), Africaine, Romeo(2), Carmen,
Herodiade, Mmanon, Werther3), Pag(2) & Tosca. [rec 1919-27; German-only notes]
Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 116. A- [072870] ................................................................................ 8.00
770. ARIE: Arias - Boris(2); The Demon. Erede/PCO. [10-in] London LD-9073. A- [078468] .................... 8.00
771.*AYER: (Anne): Arias - Khovantchina(2), Queen of Spades(2) & Tsar's Bride(2). Famous FAM501. A-(cover a bit scuffed) [052729] ............................................................................................... 12.00
772.*BAKER: Liszt Songs (12). Parsons, piano. EMI ASD-3906. A-- [059683] ........................................... 8.00
773.*BAKER: Schubert Songs (16). Moore. Electrola 1C187-02 127/73(2). A- [081650] ........................... 20.00
774.*BALBONI: (Anna Maria): Selections from Gesu Morente (Rosetti), Il Reggente (Mercadante),
Falstaff, Manon Lescaut & Simon Boccanegra. [Live; 1972-74; notes in Italian only]
TIMAClub MPV-30. A- [073592] ...................................................................................................... 9.00
775.*BALTSA: Arias - Barber, Cenerentola, Capuleti, Norma, Eugene Onegin, Troyens,
Rosenkavalier & Ariadne. [Live; 1976-79; Vienna, Berlin & Zurich] Legendary LR-114. A[055460] .............................................................................................................................................. 8.00
776.*BALTSA: Wagner - Wesendonck Lieder. Berlioz - Les Nuits d'Ete. Tate/LSO. [dig] Philips 416
807-1. A- to A [055435] ...................................................................................................................... 8.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
777.*BAR: (Olaf; baritone): Schumann - Dichterliebe; Liederkreis. Parsons, piano. [dig; DMM] EMI
DFO-38120. A- to A [064821] .......................................................................................................... 11.00
778. BATTISTINI: Arias - Barber, Onegin, Ballo, Favorita, Traviata, Puritani, Ernani, Don Carlo &
Forza. Angel COLH-116. A- [052002] ............................................................................................... 8.00
779. BATTISTINI: Arias - Forza, Ernani(2), Trovatore(2), Werther, Gioconda, Herodiade, Don
Giovanni(2), Zampa, Faust, Tannhauser, Paride; Songs of Alvarez & Carissimi. Sabajno,
piano or conducting. [recorded 1902-23] Pearl GEMM-166. A-- [052706] ....................................... 8.00
780. 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)
[054331] ............................................................................................................................................ 10.00
781. BATTISTINI: Arias - Linda(2), Maria di Rohan, Tannhauser, Traviata, Africana(2), Herodiade,
Werther(2), Thais & Don Giovanni; Songs of Alvarez. Delta TQD-3032. B+ [053380] ................... 8.00
782.*BATTLE: Berg - Lulu Suite. Gielen/Cincinnati Sym (who also play Lyric Suite). [dig] Vox
VCL-9042. A- [064457] ...................................................................................................................... 8.00
783.*BERGANZA: Falla - Seven Popular Spanish Songs. Lorca - Thirteen Old Spanish Songs. Yepes,
guitar. DGG 2530 875. A- to A [082025] ......................................................................................... 10.00
784.*BERGANZA: Rossini Arias - Barber(2), Italiana(3), Stabat Mater, Semiramide & Cenerentola.
Gibson/LSO. London STS-15533. A-(c/c; U.S. pressing) [059013] ................................................. 7.00
785.*BERGANZA: Spanish Songs by Granados (six Tonadillas), Turina(3), Guridi(3) & Montsalvatge
(Canciones Negras). Lavilla, piano. DGG 2530 598. A- to A [079888] ............................................ 7.00
786. BERGONZI: Arias - Giovanna, Due Foscari, Forza(2), Attila & Luisa. Veltri/Orch/Cho. [Live;
Amsterdam, 1973; bl cov, as issued] Unique Opera UORC-204. A-- [053368]................................. 8.00
787. BERNAC: Gounod - Songs (9). Poulenc - L'Histoire de Babar. Graham Johnson, piano (in
both). (BBC broadcasts from 1957 and 1977, respectively). The Friends of Pierre Bernac PB1. A- to A [064674] ........................................................................................................................... 18.00
788.*BIESHU: (Maria; soprano): Arias - Aida, Don Carlos, Forza, Butterfly, Manon & Trovatore.
Khaikin/Bolshoi Theatre Orch. Melodiya C-01761-2. A- [081591] ............................................. 12.00
789. BJOERLING: "Beloved Bjoerling," Volume 1: Arias from 1936-48: Carmen, Elisir, Cav, Pag,
Africana, Manon(2), Manon Lescaut, Boheme, Arlesiana, Gioconda, Rigoletto, Turandot.
Grevillius/Stockholm Orch. Angel COLH-148. A-(lovely copy) [073657] ..................................... 9.00
790. BJOERLING: "Beloved Bjoerling," Volume 3: Arias from 1936-1945: Aida, Rigoletto, Tosca(2),
Trovatore, Faust, Boheme, Cav, Fedora, Andrea & Romeo. Grevillius/Stockholm Orch.
Angel COLH-150. A- [073364] .......................................................................................................... 9.00
791. BJOERLING: Arias - Cav, Pag, Tosca(2), Rigoletto, Fanciulla, Trovatore; Songs of PetersonBerger(2), Toselli, Curtis, Ray, Ball, Wide & traditional Italian. Grevillius/Orch. [Swedishonly notes] Swedish Odeon PMES-551. A- [070489] ........................................................................ 9.00
792. BJOERLING: Live performances from Sweden, 1940: Romeo & Juliet (Act 2, Scene 2; Act 5
complete); La Boheme (Act 1 complete); Traviata (Act 1 excerpts). With Schymberg,
Herdenberg, Richter, Bjorker, Sembreus, Grevillius/Orch. HRE 281(2). A- [071520] .................. 13.00
793. BJOERLING: Songs of Beethoven, Tosti(2), Schubert(4), Strauss(2), Brahms, Foster; Arias - Don
Giovanni, Fedora, Carmen, Manon, Tosca. Schauwecker, piano. [Live, Carnegie Hall,
September 24, 1955] RCA LM-2003. A-(c/c; minor cover tear) [055186] ...................................... 11.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
794. BONELLI: Arias - Barber, Martha & Forza; Songs of Herbert, Damrosch, Speaks, Tosti, Brogi,
Coates, Messager & Taylor. OASI 563. A- [072369] ......................................................................... 7.00
795. BONELLI: Arias - Faust, Barber, Trovatore, Tannhauser, Fedora, Roi di Lehore, Xerxes, Tote
Stadt, Zaza, Herodiade, & Hamlet; songs of Speaks, Taylor, Saint-Saens & Foster. [blank
jacket; scarce disc] Golden Age of Opera EJS 445. B++ [072400] .................................................. 13.00
796. BONINSEGNA: Arias - Norma, Faust, Trovatore, Aida(3), Africaine, Vespri, Ballo(2), Forza(2);
Leoncavallo song. [recorded 1904-10; German-only notes] Court Opera CO-358. FS [073313] .... 11.00
797.*BORG: Mussorgsky - Songs & Dances of Death (Klima/Prague Radio Sym); Songs (Holecek,
piano [in 3]; Chalabala/Prague National Theatre Orch [in 4]). Nonesuch H-71215. A[064587] .............................................................................................................................................. 8.00
798.*BORG: Song Cycles of his own composition: Seitseman laulua Aleksis Kiven sanoihin (7);
Laulelmia Saimaalta (4); plus one more song. Koskimies, piano. [notes in Finnish only]
Finlandia FA-901. A- to A [064464] ................................................................................................. 15.00
799. BORGIOLI: Vol. 1: Sonnambula(3), Barber(2), Pasquale(2), Rigoletto(2), Pecheurs(3) &
Faust(2). Rubini GV-537. A- [070765] ............................................................................................... 9.00
800. BORGIOLI: Vol. 2: Lohengrin, Favorita, Elisir, Sadko, Boheme(3), Puritani, Carmen, Traviata,
Mignon(2), Rigoletto, Barber; Giordani song. Rubini GV-538. A- [070766] .................................... 9.00
801.*CABALLE: Arias - Macbeth, Trovatore, Cav, Turandot, Gioconda, Andrea. Gatto &
Guadagno/Barcelona Sym. London OS-26497. A-(c/c) [077165] ................................................... 8.00
802. CABALLE: Concert of August 11, 1969; Verona: Songs of Lotte, Pergolesi, Marcello,
Paisiello, Rossini, Strauss(5), Debussy(3), Granados(3), Toldra(2) & Rodrigo(3); Aria from
Tancredi. (Zanetti, piano). Concert of June 6, 1973; Zurich: Selections from Tancredi,
Roberto Devereux, Il Corsaro, Aroldo, Otello, Pirata & Rondine, (Santi/Orch). G.F.C. GFC016/17(2). A- [073991] ..................................................................................................................... 19.00
803.*CABALLE / CORELLI / GIAIOTTI: Selections from Macbeth(2), Mefistofele, Donna del Lago,
Le Cid, Africana, Aroldo, Manon Lescaut, Barber, Simon Boccanegra & Andrea; Song of
Tosti. [Apparently all from concert, April 7, 1968; Antonini/Orch] Private PR-14. A-(blank
jacket) [077072]................................................................................................................................. 17.00
804.*CABALLE/MARTI: Duets - Andrea, Poliuto, Ballo, Huguenots, Manon Lescaut.
Mackerras/LSO. Angel S-36787. A-(cover AUTOGRAPHED by Caballe) [049817] ................. 18.00
805.*CALLAS: "Verdi Heroines" - Scenes from Macbeth(3), Nabucco, Ernani, Don Carlo.
Rescigno/PO. [blue labels] Angel S-35763. A-(s/s) [080228] ......................................................... 12.00
806. CALLAS: Arias - Puritani(3), Traviata(2) & Gioconda; Tristan Liebestod. Basile, Santini &
Votto/RAI Turin. Cetra LPO-2045. A- to A(c/c) [070472] ............................................................ 11.00
807. CALLAS: Scenes from Lucia. De Stefano; Gobbi; Arie; Natali; Serafin/Florence May Festival.
Angel 35382. A-(British pressing; thrift edition) [073306] .............................................................. 11.00
808. CALLAS: Scenes of Madness & Vengeance: Ballo (12-7-57; Gavazzzeni/La Scala), Pirata (127-59; Rescigno/Unnamed Orch; Carnegie Hall), Vespri (5-26-51; Kleiber/Teatro
Comunale, Florence), Anna Bolena (4-14-57; Gavazzeni/La Scala). Legendary LR-149. A[051321] .............................................................................................................................................. 8.00
809. CALLAS: Selections from Puritani, Tristan (Liebestod, sung in Italian), Traviata & Gioconda.
Ember GVC-16. A-- [073256] .......................................................................................................... 11.00
810.*CARRERAS: "Merry Christmas" - 12 songs. Osterreicher/Vienna State Opera Chorus
Members. CBS FM-42311. A- to A [064447] ................................................................................... 8.00
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811. CARRERAS: Arias - I Capuleti, Carmen, Fanciulla, Tosca & Turandot; Songs of Bellini, Tosti,
Faure, de Falla & Lara. [Complete concert; February 19, 1978; NY] HRE 233. A- [072873]......... 14.00
812. CARRERAS & RICCIARELLI: In Live Concert. Arias & duets - Paride ed Elena, Faniska,
Pietra del Paragone, Otello (Rossini), Giuramento, Gerusalemme, Straniera, Duca d'Alba, Due
Foscari, Poliuto, Boheme, Rondine & Tosca. [from recitals in Kansas & Florida, October
1975] ERR 135(2). B++(minor damage & tape repair to plain box) [072852]................................. 23.00
813.*CARROLL: (Joan; soprano): Stravinsky - Three Japanese Songs; Two Songs (Reimann, piano).
Reimann - Inane (Markowski/BVRS). Gorecki - Monologhi (Kounadis/New Music Ens).
Wergo WER-60056. A- to A [064466] ............................................................................................. 11.00
814. CARUSO: "The Young Caruso." Arias - Rigoletto, Elisir, Mefistofele(2), Iris, Aida, Tosca,
Manon, Gioconda, Cav, Pag, Fedora, Adriana, Pecheurs; Songs - Trimarchi, Tosti, Denza(2),
Leoncavallo. [recorded in Milan, 1902-04] Sera 60146. FS [051127] ............................................... 6.00
815. CASE: (Anna): Arias - Floridante, Atalanta, Semele, Theodora, Figaro, Mignon, Manon Lescaut,
Sadko & Perle du Bresil; Exsultate, Jubilate; Songs of Haydn, Arne, Farley, McGee, Bishop,
Thayer, Abt & Valmore. Club 99 CL-99-94. A- [072210] ............................................................... 10.00
816. CEBOTARI: Scenes from Nozze, Don Giovanni, Traviata, Rigoletto & Carmen. Misc German
opera orchs/conductors. [recorded 1941-43; German-only notes] Heliodor 88 016. A- to A
[081528] ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
817.+CHALIAPIN: Arias - Mefistofele(2), Faust(3), Don Quichotte, Don Giovanni, Boris, Boheme;
Schubert song. Orpheum 8402. FS [072910] ...................................................................................... 9.00
818. CHAYRES: (Nestor, tenor): Falla - Seven Spanish Folk Songs. Cantares & Tonadillas of Spain
(8). Kingsway KL-300. B+(occ tks) [064475] .................................................................................. 26.00
819.*CORELLI: Arias - Andrea(2), Favorita, Tosca(2), Puritani, Manon Lescaut, Adriana, Turandot,
Ugonotti & Gioconda. Ferraris/Orch. Italian EMI 3C063-50101. A- [066485]............................... 9.00
820. CORSI: Arias - Norma(4), Saffo, Trovatore, Ballo, Vespri, Forza & Aida(2). Bongiovanni GB1006. A- [071112] ............................................................................................................................. 11.00
821. CORTIS: Arias - Boheme, Favorita, Africana, Andrea, Dona Francisquita, Alegria del Batalion,
Una Vieja, Ballo(2), Amico Fritz; 2 Spanish songs. OASI 531. A- [064416] .................................... 6.00
822. CORTIS: Arias - Iris, Werther, Cav, Boheme, Faust, Turandot(2), Carmen(2), Manon, Trovatore
& Tosca. [rec 1929-30; Italian-only notes] Odeon QALP-5354. FS [059003] ................................... 8.00
823. CRISTOFOREANU: Arias - Mognon, Carmen(4) & Samson. Unidentified orch. [10-inch; notes
in Roumanian only] Electrecord ECD-1101. B+ to A- [065109] ....................................................... 9.00
824. CROOKS: Arias - Werther, Xerxes, Sadko, Lohengrin, Elisir, Traviata(2), Walkure, Traviata(2),
Faust(2) & Manon(2). [bl cov] Golden Age of Opera EJS 488. B+ [074714] .................................... 8.00
825. CUENOD: Eight Italian Songs of the 16th & 17th Centuries; Eight Spanish Songs of the 16th
Century. Leeb, lute. West XWN-18654. B+ [054831] ....................................................................... 8.00
826. CUENOD: French Troubadour Songs (20). Leeb, lute. West XWN-18683. A- [072609] ..................... 11.00
827. DAL MONTE: Arias - Pescatore, Lodoletta, Figaro, Butterfly, Barber, Rigoletto, Don G; song of
Sadero. [recorded 1929-41] Italian EMI C065-17675. A- [073387]................................................. 11.00
828. DANCO: Faure - La Bonne Chanson. Agosti, piano. [10-inch] London LS-589. B [071149] ............... 22.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
829.*DAWSON: (Anne; soprano): English Songs by Finzi (7; Song Cycle, "Till Earth Outwears");
Ferguson (5; Song Cycle, "Discovery"); Bridge(4), Moeran(2), Four English Lyrics by
Campion, Fletcher, Browne & Marlowe. Barrand, piano. [DMM] Hyperion A-66103. A- to
A [064278]........................................................................................................................................... 9.00
830. DAWSON: Songs of Mendelssohn, Shield, Coates, Benedict, Cramptson, Ronald, Holst, Balfe,
Kern(2) & Arundale; Arias from Zigeunerliebe, Philemon et Baucis & Faust. Pearl GEM-144.
A- [053373] ......................................................................................................................................... 8.00
831. DAWSON: For King & Country. Thirteen British ballads etc. [recorded 1920-29] Pearl GEMM200. A- [053372] ................................................................................................................................. 8.00
832. DE LOS ANGELES: Five Centuries of Spanish Song. Gothic Period (2), Renaissance Period (6),
Baroque Period (7). Capitol G-7155. A- [064309].............................................................................. 9.00
833. DE LOS ANGELES: Spanish Folk Songs, Volume 2. Moore, piano. [10-inch] RCA LM-131. B
[084816] ............................................................................................................................................ 13.00
834. DE LUCIA: Arias & Neapolitan Songs. [notes in Cyrillic only - I cannot tell any more about
contents!] Melodiya M10-48547 007. A- [064912] ............................................................................ 7.00
835. DELLER: Shakespeare Songs & Lute Songs (14). Desmond Dupre, lute. EMI ALP-1265. B+
[073282] ............................................................................................................................................ 11.00
836. DELLER: Works of Purcell(8), Jenkins & Locke. Leonhardt Baroque Ens with Consort of
Viols. Bach Guild BG-547. A- [072696] .......................................................................................... 11.00
837. DI STEFANO: Arias etc. from Rigoletto (Callas; Mexico City, 1952); Traviata (2; Callas,
Simionato; La Scala, 1955); Ballo (5; La Scala, 1957); Forza (RAI Torino, 1957); Aida (La
Scala, 1956). [All live] Movimento Musica 01 010. A- to A [071876] .............................................. 8.00
838.*DIMITROVA: (Ghena): Arias - Aida, Lombardi, Attila, Macbeth, Gioconda, Turandot, Adriana,
La Wally & Andrea. Gardelli/Munich Radio Orch. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38074. A- to A
[066414] .............................................................................................................................................. 8.00
839.*DOMINGO: Boheme, Pag, Tosca, Trovatore, Turandot, Andrea, Traviata, Vespri, Aida, Faust,
Forza, Rigoletto. [Metropolitan Opera "Great Artists" issue of commercially-recorded arias
from roles Domingo sung at the Met] MET 102. A- [074031] ........................................................... 9.00
840.*DOMINGO: Arias - Rigoletto(3), Carmen, Werther, Traviata(2), Meistersinger, Fanciulla &
Macbeth; Song of Lara (Granada). DGG 2531 369. A- to A [074017] .............................................. 9.00
841.*DOMINGO: Great Love Scenes from Butterfly, Manon, Adriana, Romeo (all w/Scotto); La
Rondine (Te Kanawa); Louise (Cotrubas). CBS M-39030. A- to A [073917] ................................ 9.00
842.*DOMINGO: Perhaps Love and nine more contemporary love ballads. John Denver, guitar;
Holdridge/Orch. CBS FM-37243. A- [061017] ................................................................................ 8.00
843. DOMINGUEZ (ORALIA): Arias - Favorita, Italiana, Barber, Cenerentola, Don Carlos,
Trovatore, Adriana. DGG LPEM-19 179. A--(minor cover scuffs) [043404] .................................. 14.00
844. DRAGONI: (Matteo): Volume 2: Arias - Cav, Pag, Andrea, Lohengrin, Carmen & Aida(3).
INOCENCIO NAVARRO: Arias from Rigoletto(2). OASI 578. A- [074065] .................................. 7.00
845.*DUPUY: (Martine): Arias & songs which were specialities of the great castrato Giovanni Battista
Velluti, by Cimarosa, Zingarelli, Rossini(3), Vellini, Morlacchi, Mercadante & Velluti
himself(3). Live recital commemorating the bicentennial of his birth, 1980. Cellini, piano.
Bongiovanni GB-10. A-(brief tks, beg sd 2) [073344] ..................................................................... 11.00
846. FARRAR: Arias - Mefistofele, Butterfly, Done Curiose(2), Secret of Susanna(2), Romeo, Faust,
Konigskinder(2), Liebe Augustin (Fall), Rencontre Imprevue (Gluck). Song of Bemberg &
Mozart's Alleluja. Rococo 5216. A- [070636] .................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
847. FARRAR: Arias - Roland von Berlin (3; Leoncavallo), Romeo, Mignon, Boheme, Zaza; Songs of
Haydn, Chaminade, d'Hardelot, Rubinstein, Kreisler, Boshop, Trad, Lotti & Tosti. Club 99
CL-99-83. A- [070637] ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
848. FARRAR: Arias from Carmen (11), with Martinelli, Amato, Met Chorus. Camden CAL-359.
A-(lovely copy) [073758] .................................................................................................................... 9.00
849.*FASSBAENDER: Brahms Songs (18). Gage, pf. [dig] Acanta 40.23.507. A- [081461] ...................... 10.00
850. FIRSOVA: (Vera): Handel - Aria from Dettingen Te Deum; Songs of Mozart (Alleluja fr K.165),
Pergolesi, Scarlatti, Rachmaninov(2), Shaporin(2). Reyentovich/Bolshoi Theatre Violinists
& Cellists Ens. [10-inch] Melodiya 19929-30. A- [074145] ........................................................... 14.00
851.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Brahms - Four Serious Songs. Dvorak - Biblical Songs (10 excerpts).
Demus, piano. DGG 138 644. A- [042094] ........................................................................................ 8.00
852.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Brahms Songs (147; complete?). Pianists: Moore(17), Barenboim(37);
Sawallisch(93). [With English notes, but texts in German only] Electrola 1C157-50
379/85(7). A- [055100] ..................................................................................................................... 29.00
853. FISCHER-DIESKAU: Brahms Songs (15). Demus, piano. DGG LPM-18 504. A- to A [064297] ........ 8.00
854.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Mendelssohn Songs (40). Sawallisch, piano. Electrola 1C193-02
180/81(2). A- [081483] ..................................................................................................................... 18.00
855.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Schubert - Songs after poems of Schiller (10). Moore, piano. DGG 2530
306. A- to A [050770] ......................................................................................................................... 9.00
856.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Schubert Songs (14, including "The Trout.") Moore, piano. Angel S36341. A- [025722] ............................................................................................................................. 9.00
857.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Schumann - Liederkreis; Songs from "Myrthen" (18). Eschenbach, piano.
[Grand Prix du Disque] DGG 2530 543. A-(demo copy) [064305].................................................... 9.00
858. FLAGSTAD: Ah Perfido! (Beethoven); arias from Lohengrin, Walkure, Fidelio, Oberon
(Ormandy/Phila; 1937); Arias from Lohengrin, Tannhauser(2) & Walkure (Lange/Orch;
1935). British RCA VIC-1208. A-(British Decca pressing) [073252] .............................................. 22.00
859. FLAGSTAD: Grieg Songs (6). Brunnhilde's Immolation (Furtwangler/PO). Arias from St.
Matthew & Dido. EMI HQM-1057. A- [073262] ............................................................................. 14.00
860. FLAGSTAD: Lohengrin (Act II, Scenes 1 & 2; w/Branzell; Huehn; Abravanel/Met Opera; live;
3/27/37); Arias from Dutchman (1939), Tannhauser (1938) & Dido & Aeneas (1951;
w/Teyte). [blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera EJS 183. B- [074668] ............................................... 8.00
861.*FLAGSTAD: Wagner - Arias from Lohengrin, Parsifal & Walkure(2); Wesendonck Lieder.
Knappertsbusch/VPO. London OS-25101. A-(c/c) [074942] ........................................................ 10.00
862. FRANCI: (Benvenuto): Arias - Barber, Rigoletto, Otello(2), Africana, Favorita, Ernani(2) &
Trovatore(2). OASI 585. A- [074040] ................................................................................................ 7.00
863.*FRENI: Arias - Turandot(2), Manon Lescaut, Butterfly, Boheme, Gianni & Traviata(4).
Magiera/Hamburg Phil & Gardelli/Staatskapelle Berlin. BASF BC-29176. A-(U.S.
pressing) [074721] ............................................................................................................................... 8.00
864.*FRENI: Puccini Arias - Turandot(2), Manon Lescaut; Butterfly; Boheme; Gianni
(Magiera/Hamburg Phil). Verdi - Traviata excerpts (with Bruscantini; Bonisolli; Lukat;
Schaefer; Bardelli/Berlin State Orch). Acanta DC-29.176. FS [073602] ........................................ 9.00
865. FUSATI (Nicola): Arias - Ballo, Rigoletto, Aida, Verdi Requiem, Otello(2), Lucia, Africana,
Stabat Mater, Tosca, Pag, Canzone Guerresca & Fedora. [Italian-only notes] Timaclub 57.
[073391] ............................................................................................................................................ 11.00
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866. GALEFFI: (Carlo): Vol 2: Arias - Rigoletto(6), Trovatore, Ballo, Ernani, Otello, Gioconda,
Nerone(2; notes indicate HMV's from 1924 w/Toscanini??). [recorded 1916-28; Germanonly notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 1320. A- [071830]............................................................ 7.00
867. GALEFFI: Arias - Nabucco(2), Ernani, Rigoletto, Traviata, Barber, Trovatore, Gioconda,
Guglielmo Ratcliff, Nerone(2); one track of Galeffi speaking with a friend. Rococo 5303. A[073321] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
868. GALLI-CURCI: Art of G.C., Vol 2: Arias - Sonnambula(4), Puritani(2), Lucia(2), Linda di
Chamounix, Don Pasquale(2). Camden CAL-525. A- [029660] ...................................................... 11.00
869. GALLI-CURCI: Art of G.C., Vol 2: Arias - Sonnambula(4), Puritani(2), Lucia(2), Linda di
Chamounix, Don Pasquale(2). [British Decca pressing of CAL-525] English Camden CDN1024. A- [073275] ............................................................................................................................. 14.00
870. GALVANY: Arias - Barber, Magic Flute, Sonnambula, Puritani, Mireille, Lakme, Lucia(2),
Dinorah, Rigoletto, Traviata; Songs of Arditi & Proch. [Italian-only notes] Scala SC-5034. FS
[070849] .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
871.*GATI: (Istvan; baritone): Songs of Schubert(8), Schumann(4), Brahms(2), Wolf, Liszt & Strauss.
Ranki, piano. Hungaroton SLPX-12233. A- to A [072893] ............................................................... 9.00
872.*GEDDA: Songs (18) of Emil Sjogren (1853-1918): Vol 2. Eyron, piano. Bluebell BELL-142. Ato A [064276] ...................................................................................................................................... 9.00
873.*GHIAUROV: Verdi Scenes - Nabucco(2), Macbeth, Vespri, Simon. Abbado/LSO; Cho. London
OS-26146. A- [053330] ....................................................................................................................... 7.00
874. GIANNINI: Songs of Wolf(2), Verdi, Mendelssohn; 3 Neapolitan songs; Carmen aria; Giannini
speaks on one band. EASTON: Songs of Brahms(3), Sullivan, Schumann(2), Wolf(2) &
Strauss(2). [bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-372. A- [072868] ........................................................... 11.00
875. GIGLI: Arias, duets & ensembles from Faust, Pecheurs, Rigoletto, Gioconda, Faust, Amico Fritz,
Boheme & Mefistofele. [rec 1918-27] EMI HQM-1194. A- [073267] ............................................ 11.00
876. GIGLI: Neapolitan Songs (14). [Italian-only notes] Italian Seraphim 3C-033 00710. A- [053370] ........ 8.00
877. GILION: (Mario): Arias - Wm Tell(2), Trovatore(4), Prophete(2), Juive, Ballo, Norma, Forza,
Pag, Andrea & Otello. Club 99 CL-99-72. A- [072704] ..................................................................... 9.00
878. GOLTZ: Final Scene from Salome; Arias from Fidelio, Taming of the Shrew, Alceste(2), Oberon.
Leitner/Wurttemberg Orch (in Salome). Decca DL-9778. B+(occ tks) [072898] ........................ 11.00
879.*GRUBEROVA: Arias - Sonnambula, Norma, Figaro, Freischutz, Don Giovanni, Masnadieri,
Daughter. Eichhorn/Munich Radio Orch. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38217. A- to A [055445] ......... 8.00
880.*GRUBEROVA: Mozart - Nine Concert Arias. Fischer/Vienna Ch Orch. London OS-26662. Ato A(c/c; Dutch pressing) [052478] ..................................................................................................... 6.00
881. GUERRINI: (Adriana): Arias - Manon Lescaut, Butterfly(2), Trovatore(2), Adriana, Manon,
Boheme, Suor Angelica & Iris. OASI 618. A- [074062] .................................................................... 7.00
882.*HAGEGARD: Swedish Ballads/Songs: Soderman(2), Stenhammar(2), Aulin(2), Althen, Hallen,
Alfven. Ingebretsen/Swedish Radio. Caprice CAP-1142. A- to A [055464] ................................... 8.00
883. HAMMOND: (Joan): Arias - Boheme(3), Tosca, Butterfly, Gianni Schicchi, Manon Lescaut(2),
Turandot, Adriana Lecouvreur(2), La Wally, Ballo, Forza, Russalka, Eugen Onegin, Trad,
Bishop & Coates. [recorded 1941-58; Keith Hardwick transfers] EMI RLS-2900143(2). A- to
A [081547]......................................................................................................................................... 18.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
884. HANN: Songs of Schubert(8), Schumann(4) & Wolf(6). [German-only notes] Preiser PR-9960.
FS [073995] ......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
885. HARTMANN: (Carl): Duets with Elisabeth Friedrich from Tannhauser, Lohengrin & Walkure
(Weissmann/BSOO); Walkure Monolog; 4 German songs. [recorded 1929-33; German-only
notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 254. A- [066496] ...................................................................... 7.00
886. HEMPEL & JADLOWKER DUETS: Pag, Boheme, Romeo(2), Huguenots, Daughter, Carmen,
Traviata(2) & Lucia. Club 99 CL-99-42. A- [071867] ....................................................................... 8.00
887.*HENDRICKS: Mozart - Sacred Arias (9). Marriner/ASMF. [dig; DMM] French EMI 2706611.
A- to A [066486] ............................................................................................................................... 13.00
888. HUSCH: Songs of Pfitzner(12; with composer in piano accompaniments; recorded 1938/9),
Graener(2), & Rasch(2) (Muller, piano). [German-only notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV
208. A- [064439] ................................................................................................................................. 6.00
889. HUSCH: Vol. 6: Songs of Schubert(10), Loewe, & Brahms (2). Muller, piano. [recorded 19341939] Lebendige Vergangenheit (Austrian issue) LV 257. A- [073294] ............................................ 7.00
890. HUSCH: Vol. 7: Arias - Figaro, Cosi, Wildschutz, Zar, Undine (Lortzing), Tannhauser(2),
Trovatore(2), Faust, Mignon, Otello & Tosca(2). [recorded 1928-1939] Lebendige
Vergangenheit (Austrian issue) LV 285. A- [078508] ........................................................................ 9.00
891. 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- [071859] .............. 9.00
892.*JERUSALEM: Strauss Songs (12). Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch. [dig] Philips 6514 321.
A- to A [064822] ............................................................................................................................... 10.00
893. JOURNET: Vol.2: Arias - Faust, Meistersinger(2), Thais(2), Walkure, Monna Vanna (Febrier),
Ascanio (Saint-Saens), Nerone(2); 2 Ganne songs. [recorded 1922-31; German-only notes]
Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 292. FS [065983] ................................................................................ 7.00
894.*KALMAR: (Magda): Handel - Two Cantatas: Delirio Amoroso; Nel Dolce del'Oblio.
Sandor/Liszt Ch Orch. [Grand Prix du Disque] Hungaroton SLPX-11653. A-(c/c) [059080] ........ 9.00
895. KIURINA: (Berta): Arias - Cosi, Norma, Euryanthe, Turandot(2), Carmen, Faust, Figaro,
Butterfly & Tosca; songs of Strauss(2). Club 99 CL-99-15. A- [073330] .......................................... 9.00
896. KORJUS: Arias - Linda, Tristan, Romeo, Porgy & Naughty Marietta; Songs of Chapi, Rimsky,
Tckaikovsky, Grieg, Brahms, Schubert, Ponce, Pestalozza, Brodszky, Nevin & Tosti. [all
indicated as previously unissued, though sources are not given; extensive notes] Voce 52. FS!
[073983] ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
897.*KRUYSEN: Poulenc - Song Cycles: Le Bestiaire; Les Banalites; Tel Jour Telle Nuit; La
Fraicheur et le Feu; 6 more songs. Richard, piano. [Notes by Pierre Bernac] MHS 1776. A[054287] .............................................................................................................................................. 8.00
898. KUNZ: Viennese Songs (8). Kemmeter-Faltl Schrammel Orch. [U.S. pressing; 10-inch disc;
there were not more than a couple dozen 10-inch Angels!] Angel 64021. A- [078579] .................. 10.00
899. KURENKO: Rachmaninoff Songs (13). Laurence Rosenthal, piano; Vadim Gontzoff, baritone
(Kurenko's son; assists in one song). Rachmaninoff Society RS-5. B- [044518] ............................. 12.00
900. KURZ: Arias - Flute, Ernani, Lakme, Trovatore(2), Sonnambula, Perle du Brasil, Rigoletto,
Puritani, Dinorah, Etoile. Rubini GV-89. A- [074711] ....................................................................... 8.00
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901.*LAVIRGEN: Arias - Trovatore(2), Andrea, Carmen, Forza, Pag, Gioconda & Aida.
Marco/Madrid Sym. West WGS-8214. A- [072973] ........................................................................ 9.00
902. LEHMANN: Vol. 1: Arias - Figaro, Flute, Oberon, Boheme, Butterfly, Turandot; Songs of
Schubert(2), d'albert, Brahms(3) & Schumann(4). [recorded 1926-1932; German-only notes]
Lebendige Vergangenheit (Austrian issue) LV 22. A- [073290] ........................................................ 8.00
903. LEIDER: Tristan Duet w/Melchior & Liebestod; Arias from Siegfried, Parsifal, Fidelio, Don
Giovanni & Armide. [recorded 1927-32; German-only notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV
30. A- [073295] ................................................................................................................................... 8.00
904. LIPOVSKAYA (Lydia): Arias - Tosca, Semiramide, Hamlet, Tsar's Bride(2), Rigoletto, Coppelia,
Sylvia, Barber & Snow Maiden; Schumann song. Rubini GV-71. A- [081578] .............................. 10.00
905. LORENZ: Wagner - Selections from Rienzi, Tannhauser & Walkure. With Schmitt-Walter,
baritone; Reining, soprano; Orchs conducted by Rother & Schuler. [German-only notes]
Heliodor 88029. A- to A [082089] .................................................................................................... 12.00
906. LUBIN: (Germaine): Arias - Lohengrin, Tannhauser, Siegfried, Sigurd, Tristan; Songs of Faure,
Wolf, Schubert, Blagini & Lefuernay (1 a duet w/Souzay). [French-only notes] Pathe 2C06196 242. A- to A [070515] .................................................................................................................... 9.00
907.*LUXON: Mussorgsky - Songs & Dances of Death; Sunless; Three Songs. Willison, piano. Argo
ZRG-708. A- [074709] ........................................................................................................................ 8.00
908. MACDONALD: (Jeannette): A Tribute to Jeannette. Forty-one arias and songs from 78-rpm
discs; all indicated as being on LP for the first time here. OASI 594(3). A-(brief lgt tks side 5)
[073565] ............................................................................................................................................ 19.00
909. MALPIERO: (Giovanni): Arias - Elisir, Rigoletto, Favorita, Boheme, Mefistofele(2), Mignon,
Damnation(2), Werther; Songs of Toselli & Gounod. OASI 607. A- [074037] ................................. 7.00
910. MARAN: (George; tenor): Vaughan Williams - On Wenlock Edge (London String Quartet).
Famous Love Songs by Brahms, Thaikovsky, Grieg, Massenet & Schumann (Newton, piano).
London LL-1406. A- [072514].......................................................................................................... 23.00
911.*MARCOULESCOU: (Yolanda; soprano): Songs of Respighi(6), Gianluca Tocchi(3),
Malipiero(5) & Pietro Cimara(3). Baldwin, piano. Gasparo GS-221. A- [064454] ........................... 9.00
912. MARTINELLI: Arias & Duets from Trovatore(4), Ballo, Faust(2), Aida(3) & Fanciulla (with
spoken introduction by Martinelli). With Homer, Destinn, Pinza, Ponselle. [Decca pressing]
British Camden CDN-5105. A- [073269] ......................................................................................... 11.00
913. MARTINELLI: Arias - Boheme, Trovatore, Fedora(2), Forza, Samson, Andrea(2), Cav(2),
Pag(2). [recorded 1926-1929] [Decca pressing] British Camden CDN-1016. A- [073259]............. 16.00
914.*MARTON: Arias - German Requiem, Tristan, Midsummer Night's Dream, Legend of St.
Elizabeth (Liszt); Aria, Scene & Duet from Forza (Bordas; Kovats). [Misc Hungarian
orchs/conds; mostly live; recorded 1971-77] Hungaroton SLPX-12454. A- [077528] ...................... 7.00
915.*MATHIS: Mozart - Exsultate, Jubilate; Selections from Grabmusik; Betulia Liberata; Vesperae
solennes, K.321 & K.339; Schuldigkeit des ersten Gebots(2). Klee/Dresden Staatskapelle;
Children's Cho. DGG 2530 978. A- to A [063125] .......................................................................... 8.00
916. MAURO (tenor): Arias - Turandot, Tosca, Fanciulla, Manon Lescaut, Adriana, Mefistofele,
Norma, Lucia, Gioconda, Ballo, Don Carlo & Trovatore. [live] HRE 397. A- [070632]................... 9.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
917. MCCORMACK: Moonlight and Roses - Fourteen songs (including Tick, Tick, Tock). Pelican
LP-110. A- [071134] ......................................................................................................................... 11.00
918.*MCINTYRE: Wagner Monologues - Dutchman, Meistersinger(2), Lohengrin & Walkure.
Matheson/New Zealand Sym. German RCA PRL 1-9079. A-(c/c) [074725] .................................. 8.00
919. MELBA: The American Recordings, 1907-1916. Lovely production in commemoration of 50
years of the Australian Broadcasting Commission, 1982. Includes TWO illustrated booklets:
one with complete texts of the seventy or so songs and arias included; the other with essays
and details regarding the Melba collection at the Performing Arts Museum in Melbourne.
RCA VRL5-0365(5). A- to A(lovely Australian pressings) [082258] .............................................. 65.00
920. MELBA: London Recordings, 1904-1926. All known titles (many previously unpublished) inc
the complete Covent Garden farewell recordings. [Limited edition; with 15-page booklet
including detailed notes] EMI RLS-719(5). A- to A [070326] ......................................................... 24.00
921. MELCHIOR: Arias - Tannhauser(4), Rienzi, Africaine, Aida, Otello(2) Pag; Sjoberg Song. [rec
1923-30; German-only notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 11. A- [073361] .................................. 8.00
922. MELCHIOR: Excerpts from The Student Prince. Wilson; Sweetland; Lane; Victor Young/Orch
& Male Cho. [10-inch] Decca DL-7008. B+ [075364] .................................................................... 11.00
923. MELCHIOR: Wagner - Selections from Rienzi, Meistersinger, Tannhauser, Walkure(3),
Siegfried(2), Tannhauser; two Wesendonck lieder. [recorded 1923-24; German-only notes]
Heliodor 2548 749. A- to A [082088] ............................................................................................... 12.00
924. MELIS: (Carmen): Arias - Fedora, Manon Lescaut, Butterfly, Wally, Albatro(2; Pacchierotti;
conducted by composer), Otello(2), Manon(3), Luisa, Hermes(Parelli) & Jana(Virgilio).
[Melis also speaks on one cut, in Italian] Rococo 5259. A- [073319] .............................................. 14.00
925. MICHEAU: Arias - Barber, Pecheurs, Tales, Romeo, Mignon, Louise, Mireille; Proch - Theme &
Variations. Mathieson/LSO; Desormiere/PCO. London LLP-12. B-/B [064477] .......................... 9.00
926.*MILNES: Martin Kalmanoff - The Joy of Prayer. Westerburg/American Sym & Cho. MMG
202X(2). A- [064828] ........................................................................................................................ 11.00
927. MINGHINI-CATTANEO: (Irene): Arias - Gioconda(4), Ballo, Trovatore(3), Cav, Samson(2) &
Carmen. Club 99 CL-99-54. A- [074050] ........................................................................................... 7.00
928.*MOJICA: "Requiem Lirico" - Collection includes thirty songs - notes are in Spanish, but looks as
if discs are basically one-each devoted to Mexican songs, Italian songs, and Spanish
Christmas songs. [Mexican issue] Orfeon LP-JM-131(3). A-(brief, lgt snd, beg side 1, disc
#2) [064890] ...................................................................................................................................... 29.00
929.*MOLL: Schubert - Songs for Bass (18). Garben, piano. [dig; DMM] Orfeo S-021821 A. A- to A
[050358] .............................................................................................................................................. 8.00
930.*MOLL: Schubert - Winterreise. Cord Garben, piano. [dig; DMM] Orfeo S-042832 H(2). A- to
A(slight box scuffs) [072480] ........................................................................................................... 14.00
931. NANI: (Enrico): Arias - Nabucco(3), Ballo, Traviata, Dinorah, Pag, Zaza & Amore dei Tre Re.
[Italian-only notes] Timaclub 40. A- [073332] ................................................................................. 11.00
932. NIKOLAIDI: Beethoven - Six Sacred Songs. Schubert - Six Songs. Jan Behr, piano. [Scarce - in
print only from early '53 to late '56] Col ML-4628. B to B- [062012] ............................................. 11.00
933. NIKOLOV: Arias - Boheme, Tosca, Turandot(2), Pag(2), Aida, Trovatore(2), Momchil. Misc
orchs. Balkanton BOA-251. A- [070755] ......................................................................................... 11.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
934. NISSEN: (Hans Hermann): Arias - Hans Heiling, Afrikanerin, Dutchman, Parsifal, Rheingold,
Siegfried; Songs of Pfitzner, Loewe(2), Schumann & Wolf(2). [recorded 1928-39; Germanonly notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 58. A- [078507]................................................................ 9.00
935. NORENA: (Eide): Arias - Boheme(2), Romeo(2), Pag & Rigoletto; Songs of Liszt, Gounod,
Rossini, Verdi, Lie, Grieg & Grondahl. Club 99 CL-99-32. A- [054325] .......................................... 8.00
936.*NORMAN: Berlioz - Les Nuits d'Ete. Ravel - Sheherazade. Davis/LSO. Philips 9500 783. A- to
A [072971]........................................................................................................................................... 9.00
937.*NORMAN: Christmastide - Christmas medleys with De Cormier/NY Choral Soc; American
Boychoir; Empire Ch Ens. [dig] Philips 420 180-1. A- to A [055457] ............................................ 8.00
938.*NUCCI: (Leo): Arias - Traviata, Don Carlo(2), Trovatore, Ballo, Due Foscari & Rigoletto(3).
Muller, piano. [Live, 1979] Bongiovanni GB-8. A- [073328] ......................................................... 11.00
939. OESTVIG: (Karl Aagaard): Arias - Lohengrin(2), Meistersinger(3), Walkure. RICHARD
SCHUBERT: Walkure, Siegfried(2), Tristan, Queen of Sheba & Pag. [recorded 1921-22;
Austrian issue; German-only notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 28. A- [066500] ........................ 7.00
940. OLIVERO: Arias - Loreley, Amico, Traviata; Songs of Gretchaninoff & Gerussi. STIGNANI:
Arias - Don Carlo(2), Barber, Forza & Carmen. OASI 540. B+ [048960] ......................................... 8.00
941. OLIVERO: Arias - Turandot(2), Boheme, Tosca, Adriana(2), Mefistofele & Louise. RAI Torino;
misc conductors Ember GVC-53. A- [074018] ................................................................................. 9.00
942. PARSI-PETTINELLA: (Armida): Arias - Andrea, Re di Lahore, Norma, Ballo, Huguenots(2),
Giulietta e Romeo, Favorita(2), Samson(2), Gioconda, Forza(2) & Trovatore; Songs of
Gounod, Faini, Puccini & Costa. Club 99 CL-99-106. A- [074048] .................................................. 7.00
943. PARTI-PETTINELLA: (Armida): Arias - Favorita, Trovatore(2), Forza(2), Aida, Faust,
Carmen(2), Mignon, Roi de Lahore & Gioconda; Braga song. [rec 1906-09] Court Opera CO372. FS [072673] ................................................................................................................................. 9.00
944.*PAVAROTTI: Arias - Martha, Pag, Carmen, Boheme, Rigoletto, Faust, Tosca, Aida, Turandot &
Trovatore. Misc Conds/Orchs. London OS-26384. A-(BACK COVER AUTOGRAPHED IN
BOLD RED INK) [078599] .............................................................................................................. 21.00
945.*PEERCE: Hebrew Melodies (11). RCA LSC-2498. A-("White-Dog" labels) [072922] ....................... 14.00
946. PEERCE: Golden Moments of Song - O Solo Mio, La Danza, Mattinata, Valencia, Return to
Sorrento, Amapola. Fistoulari/PO. [10-in] RCA LM-65. B+(occ tks) [084778] ............................ 10.00
947. PERTILE: Arias - Favorita, Lohengrin, Rigoletto(2), Traviata(2), Carmen, Andrea(2), Manon
Lescaut(4), Butterfly & Turandot(2). [recorded 1920-31] Bongiovanni GB-1019. A- to A
[048965] .............................................................................................................................................. 8.00
948. PERTILE: Arias - Lohengrin(3), Manon Lescaut(4), Mefistofele(2), Cav, Andrea(2), Rigoletto(3),
Pag(3), Favorita, Ballo, Turandot(2), Lucia(3), Iris & Carmen. Mizar SER-22003(2). A[071464] ............................................................................................................................................ 13.00
949. PERTILE: Vol. 5: Arias - Cav(2), Pag(2), Lohengrin(3), Traviata(2), Mefistofele(3), Manon
Lescaut(4), Andrea Chenier, Fedora(2) & Iris. [recorded 1920; German-only notes] Lebendige
Vergangenheit LV 1319. A- to A [052693] ........................................................................................ 7.00
950. PILINSZKY: Arias - Prophet, Lohengrin, Rienzi, Meistersinger, Tannhauser(2); two songs.
[recorded 1925-30; German-only notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 202. A- [066498]................ 7.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
951. PINZA: Arias - Don Giovanni(2; 1942), Bernice(1947), Amadis(1947), Magic Flute(1928),
Lakme(1940), Reine de Saba(1946), Elisir(1935), Amore dei Tre Re(1941), Simon(1935),
Norma(1937), Boheme(1940) & Figaro(3; 1940). ANNA 1034. A- [064621]................................. 12.00
952. PISTOR: (Gotthelf): Arias and Duets - Walkure(2; 1 with Baumer), Siegfried(4; 1 with PfalhWallerstein), Parsifal(2) & Tiefland. [recorded 1927-30; German-only notes] Lebendige
Vergangenheit LV 198. A- [066499] .................................................................................................. 7.00
953. PLANCON: Arias - Etoile, Mignon, Roberto, Stabat Mater, Faust(3), Martha, Caid, Damnation(3)
& Magic Flute(2). Discophilia DIS-KG-P-1. A- [053311] ................................................................. 8.00
954. PONSELLE: Art of Rosa Ponselle. Arias - Vestale(2), Ernani, Aida, Gioconda, Africana,
Norma(2), Forza(3); Songs of Tosti(5), Rimsky, Fontenailles, Arensky, Kahn, Massenet &
Charles. [Recorded 1924-1939; English Decca pressings] English Camden CDN-1006-7(2).
A- [073257] ....................................................................................................................................... 22.00
955.*POPP: Schubert Lieder (16). Gage, piano. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38139. A- to A [080952] .............. 10.00
956.*PREVEDI: Italian Arias - Andrea(3), Trovatore, Forza, Fedora, Cav, Tosca, Butterfly, Fanciulla
& Turandot(2). Downes/ROHCG. Decca SXL-6114. A- [070378] ................................................ 14.00
957.*PREY: Schubert - Schwanengesang. Klien, piano. London OS-25797. A- [064658] ........................... 11.00
958.*PREY: Schumann - Dichterliebe; Kerner Lieder; Liederkreis. Engel, piano. Vox STDL-5562(2).
A- [074474] ....................................................................................................................................... 13.00
959. RALF: Arias - Lohengrin, Meistersinger, Tiefland(2), Carmen, Otello(4), Fanciulla & Daphne.
Rococo 52233. A- [053124] ................................................................................................................ 8.00
960.*RASKIN: Ezra Laderman - Songs for Eve; From the Psalms. Edwards, piano. Desto DC-7105.
A-- [064455] ........................................................................................................................................ 9.00
961. REHKEMPER: Mahler - Kindertotenlieder (Horenstein/Orch); Seven Schubert Songs (Gurlitt,
piano. [recorded 1928; Austrian issue; German-only notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 127.
A- [073292] ......................................................................................................................................... 8.00
962.*RHODES: (Jane): Arias from Tosca (3; Rosenthal/Paris Opera Orch); Aria from Flaming
Angel (Bruck/Paris Opera Orch); Songs of Mozart (Alleluia), Schubert, Handel & Gounod
(de Lisle, organ). Vega 16,078. A-/A-- [081684] ............................................................................. 12.00
963.*RICCIARELLI: Arias - Aida, Forza, Corsaro & Falstaff. PAVAROTTI: Arias - Traviata,
Macbeth, Lombardi. BOTH: Duet from Otello. Patane/Orchestra del Teatro Regio di
Parma. [Live, 1976] Cime Ars Nova ANC-25001. FS [073584]....................................................... 9.00
964.*RICCIARELLI: Arias - Lucrezia, Forza, Rondine, Anna Bolena, Tosca & Turandot; Songs of
Bellini(3), Faure, Ravel & Turina. Luciano Silvestri, piano. [Live, Teatro Verdi di Pisa,
1979] Bongiovanni GB-9. A- to A [073589] ...................................................................................... 9.00
965.*RICCIARELLI: Masnadieri, Vespri, Corsaro, Otello, Giovanna, Trovatore, Don Carlo,
Jerusalem. Gavazzeni/Rome Phil. Italian RCA MLDS-20260. A- [064661].................................... 9.00
966.*ROHLAND: Jewish Songs (23). [German-only notes] Thorofon 76.23 889. A- to A [059032] ............. 5.00
967. ROSSI-LEMENI: Mussorgsky - Boris highlights. Singer/Hamburg Radio Orch. Saga XID5174. A- [064537] ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
968.*RUDENKO: (Bella; soprano): Folk Songs from Russia(3), Ukraine(3), England, Spain, Italy,
France, Japan, Sweden, Cuba; one song by Glinka. Nekrasov/Russian Fold Orch. Melodiya
33C10-12577-78. A- [076700] ............................................................................................................ 7.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
969.+SACK: Songs of J.Strauss, Alabieff, Friere, Scotto, Czernik, Dostal, Pestalozza, Denza, Buzzi,
Kapeller & Millocker. Telefunken NT-174. A- to A [077059] ........................................................... 7.00
970. SACK: Songs of Rossini, Flotow, Arditi, dell'Acqua & Braga. May/New Promenade Orch. [10inch] London LPS-211. B to B+ [078478] ........................................................................................ 11.00
971. SAYAO: Arias - Rigoletto, Figaro & Manon Lescaut (Auber); Songs of Obradors, Longas,
Costa(2), Ponce, Campra, Barroso, Carey, Chopin & Buzza. Camden CAL-373. B+(jacket
tape repair) [078465] ........................................................................................................................... 8.00
972. SCHIOTZ: Schiotz Collection, Vol. 1: The Masked Tenor: Fourteen recordings of popular
Danish songs originally recorded anonymously. [Recorded 1929(?)-38] Danacord DACO161. A- [070491] ................................................................................................................................. 9.00
973. SCHIOTZ: Songs of Nielsen (11) and Weyse (10). EMI E 051-37021. A- to A [053477] .................... 12.00
974. SCHIPA: Arias - Arlesiana, Mignon(2), Martha, Pag, Manon, Favorita, Elisir(2), Barber,
Rigoletto, Don Giovanni, Don Pasquale & Serse. [recorded 1924-28; Italian-only notes]
Italian RCA LM-20113. A- [059192] ................................................................................................. 8.00
975. SCHIPA: Arias - Barber(2), Elisir, Favorita, Don Pasquale, Rigoletto(3), Luisa, Mignon(2),
Manon, Lakme, Werther, Pag & Boheme. Lebendige Vergangenheit (Austrian issue) LV 185.
A- [073288] ......................................................................................................................................... 8.00
976.+SCHIPA: Neapolitan Songs (8). ALFIERI: Neapolitan Songs (4). [Italian-only notes] Cicala BL7040. A- [073910] ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
977. SCHLUSNUS: Mahler - Songs of a Wayfarer. Strauss - Three Songs. Zillig/Hessian Radio Orch
(in both). Songs of Schubert(4), Brahms(2), Wolf(4) (Peschko, Raucheisen, Rupp, pianists).
[German-only notes] Heliodor 88 020. A- to A [082086]................................................................. 12.00
978. SCHLUSNUS: Songs of Schubert (7 from Schwanengesang; 2 from Schone Mullerin) & Strauss
(8). Misc pianists. [German-only notes] Heliodor 2548 729. A- to A [081987] ............................... 12.00
979. SCHUMANN-HEINK: Arias - Mignon, Sapho, Samson, St.Paul, Gotterdammerung; Songs of
Gruber, Silcher, Bizet, Delibes, Salter, Chadwick, Reger, Weingartner, Schubert(2), Brahms
& Schumann. Rococo R-27. A- [071469] ........................................................................................... 9.00
980. SCHWARZKOPF: Arias & duets - Flute, Seraglio, Figaro, Idomeneo, Rosenkavalier, Cosi, Tote
Stadt, Giovanni(Furtwangler/VPO), Rheingold, Butterfly; Songs - Strauss(2), Loewe, Wolf(9;
Furtwangler, piano). [Live performances; conductors include Karajan, Bohm, Rossi]
Melodram MEL-088(2). A- [073316] ............................................................................................... 18.00
981. SCHWARZKOPF: Arias - Tannhauser(2); Lohengrin(2; 1 w/Ludwig, cond Wallberg);
Freischutz(2). Susskind/PO. Angel 35806. A-(British pressing; no dowel spine) [073639] ............. 9.00
982.*SCHWARZKOPF: Strauss - Seven Songs. Mozart - Four Concert Arias. Szell/LSO;
Peinemann, violin; Brendel, piano. Angel S-36643. A- [073778] .................................................... 7.00
983. SCHWARZKOPF: Wolf Songs (13). Furtwangler, piano. [Live; Salzburg Festival, August 12,
1953] Electrola 1C063-01 915M. A- [081637] ................................................................................. 16.00
984. SCHWARZKOPF: Songs You Love by Grieg, Dvorak, Tchaikovsky, Wolf, Mendelssohn, Hahn,
Strauss, etc. Moore, piano. [fine color cover portrait of Schwarzkopf] Angel 35383. A-(lovely
copy) [073872] .................................................................................................................................. 12.00
985.*SCOTTO: Arias - Manon Lescaut(2), Villi, Boheme, Suor, Gianni, Wally, Adriana, Rondine,
Lodoletta, Iris. Gavazzeni/LSO. Col M-33435. A- [059866] ............................................................ 9.00
986.*SILLS: Scenes & Arias - Manon, Louise, Hamlet, Mignon, Robert, Huguenots.
Mackerras/RPO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. West WST-17163. A- [078301] ...................................... 9.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
987.*SILLS: Bellini & Donizetti Heroines - Linda, Capuleti, Lucia, Roberto, Sonnambula,
Rosmonda. Jalas/Vienna Volksoper. [drm] Angel AV-34034. A- to A [072738]............................ 9.00
988. SILVERI: (Paolo): Excerpts from Favorita, Puritani, Don Giovanni, Prince Igor, Pag, Macbeth,
Rigoletto, Otello, Tosca, Carmen, Boris & Faust. [Live; recorded 1949-59 (mostly 1949-54)]
Melodram MEL-657(2). A- [073526] ............................................................................................... 13.00
989.*SIMONOVA: (Ludmilla; mezzo): Songs of Romsky-Korsakov(4), Rachmaninov(3),
Miaskovsky(2) & Medtner(6). Strzhizhovskaya, piano. Melodiya 33C10-04997-8. A-(occ
tks) [052148] ....................................................................................................................................... 8.00
990.*SLOBODSKAYA: Memorial Album. Chopin - Seventeen Polish Songs, Op.74; Two Polish
Songs, Op. Posth. Stone, piano. Revolution RCF-011. A- [073941].................................................. 9.00
991. SOOT: (Fritz): Arias - Tristan(3), Tannhauser(2), Rheingold, Walkure, Gotterdammerung,
Parsifal, Fidelio, Tiefland, Otello & Pag. [recorded 1922-28; German-only notes] Lebendige
Vergangenheit LV 143. A- [066501] .................................................................................................. 7.00
992.+SOUEZ: Arias from Don Giovanni(2) & Cosi(2) (Busch/Glyndebourne Festival); from
Boheme & Ernani (Barbirolli/LPO); from Carmen & Norma (Erede/LPO). Orion ORS7293. A-- [059079] .............................................................................................................................. 9.00
993.*STAPP: (Olivia): Arias - Don Giovanni(2), Macbeth(2), Butterfly(2), Iris(2), Cav. Magiera,
piano. [Live recital, 9-7-78] Bongiovanni GB-6. A- to A [021095] ................................................... 8.00
994. STEBER: Berlioz - Les Nuits d'Ete (Mitropoulos/Col Sym); Three Songs (Morel/Col Sym).
Odyssey Y-32360. FS [069786] .......................................................................................................... 9.00
995. STEVENS: Six Religious Songs. Frank Black/RCA Victor Orch & Cho. [10-inch] RCA LM38. C(sad condition, but what a fine voice!) [084763] ...................................................................... 13.00
996.*STOROJEV: Russian Nostalgia - 20 Songs arranged by David Ashkenazy (piano). [dig]
Chandos ABRD-1437. A- to A [059071] ............................................................................................ 9.00
997. STRACCIARI: Arias - Otello(3), Pag, Don Giovanni, Carmen, Ernani, Gioconda, Andrea &
Dinorah. [last three acoustic] OASI 519. A- [071678] ....................................................................... 7.00
998. STRIENZ: Arias - Merry Wives, Wildschutz, Freischutz, Barber of Baghdad, Magic Flute,
Simon, Vespri, Ernani, Faust(2), Life for the Tsar & Onegin. [rec 1935-41] Electrola 1C04728 557. A- [073274] .......................................................................................................................... 14.00
999. SUPERVIA: Exc from Barber(2), Cenerentola(2) & Italiana(4). [rec 1927-29; transfers by Keith
Hardwick] "References" La Voix de Son Maitre 1436141. A- to A [073303] ................................. 11.00
1000. SUPERVIA: Arias & Duets - Barber(2), Cenerentola(2), Italiana(4). Bettoni & Scattola,
basses; Manuritta, tenor. Albergoni/Orch. Washington VM-467. B++ [058846] ........................ 7.00
1001. SUPERVIA: Rossini Arias & Scenes from Barber(2), Italiana(2) & Cenerentola(2). Decca DL9533. B to B- [054322] ..................................................................................................................... 8.00
1002. SUPERVIA: Seven excerpts from Carmen. Odeon XOC-121. A- [073217] ........................................ 11.00
1003.*SUTHERLAND: Command Performance, Vol 2: Songs of Tosti, Benedict, Arditi, Ricci,
Leoncavallo, Bishop, Flotow, Wallace & Balfe. Bonynge/LSO. London OS-25777. A[072621] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1004. SVED: Favorita, Wm Tell, Barber, Macbeth, Rigoletto, Forza, Figaro(2), Tannhauser &
Walkure. Hungarian Opera. [rec 1954-5] Hungaroton LPX-12094. A- [065993]....................... 10.00
1005. SWARTHOUT: My Favorites - Eight songs including One Night of Love, I Wonder as I
Wander; Estrellita, At Dawning. Katims/RCA Victor Orch. [10-inch] RCA LM-116. A-(occ lgt tks; very fine) [084807]...................................................................................................... 20.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
1006. TAGLIAVINI: Neapolitan Folk Songs (6). Cellini/RCA Victor Orch (in four); Gallino/Orch
(in two). [10-inch] RCA LM-72. B [084781] ................................................................................. 16.00
1007. TALEN: (Bjorn): Arias - Magic Flute, Lohengrin, Meistersinger, Barber of Baghdad (last two
accompanied by Szell/BSOO), Ballo, Aida, Carmen, Tales, Pag(2), Boheme; Songs of
Massenet & Moszkowski. [recorded 1922-27; German-only notes] Lebendige
Vergangenheit LV 157. A- [071836] ................................................................................................ 7.00
1008. TAUBER: Arias & Songs by Grieg, Lehar, Mozart, Schumann & R.Strauss. [recorded 192646] EMI HLM-7010. A- [081404] .................................................................................................. 12.00
1009.*TE KANAWA: Berlioz - Les Nuits d'Ete. NORMAN: Berlioz - La Mort de Cleopatre.
Barenboim/Paris Orch. DGG 2532 047. A- to A [066482] ........................................................... 9.00
1010.*TE KANAWA: Mozart Arias - Idomeneo, Andromeda, Burbero di Duon Core(2), Artaserse,
Cerere Placata; & K.383. Fischer/Vienna Ch Orch. London OS-26661. A- to A [072970].......... 9.00
1011. TEYTE: L'Exquise Maggie Teyte. Ravel - Sheherazade. Berlioz - Nuits d'Ete (exc). Chausson
- Poeme de l'Amour et de la Mer. Songs of Faure(9), Chausson(3), Debussy(11),
Duparc(4), Godard, Ravel(2), Stravinsky, Hahn(4), Rhene-Baton, Webber, Szulc,
Massenet, Purcell, Quilter, Franz, Warlock(2), Trad(2), VW, D'Hardelot & Goetze.
Excerpts from Pelleas et Melisande (2), Monsieur Beaucaire(4), By Appointment &
Mozart(2). [with 19-page booklet of detailed notes] EMI RLS-716(4). A- [081600] .................... 35.00
1012. THEBOM: "Fireside Favorites" - Eight songs, including My Old Kentucky Home, The Rosary,
Homing, Mighty Lak' a Rose. Braithwaite/LSO. [10-inch] RCA LM-104. B [084799] .............. 21.00
1013. THEBOM: Ravel Vocalise. Perle du Brasil: Charmant Oiseau. Hughes, piano. [7-inch, 45-rpm
translucent red vinyl disc; bl cov] RCA 49-0843. B [078565] ......................................................... 8.00
1014. THILL: Arias - Rigoletto, Otello(3), Traviata(2), Andrea & Turandot. Rococo 5243. A[077199] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1015. THILL: Chants Religieux et Populaires (15). [French-only notes] French EMI 2C053-10010.
A- [081761] ..................................................................................................................................... 15.00
1016. THILL: French Opera Arias - Alceste, Iphigenie, Joseph(Mehul), Les Abencerages(Cherubini),
Wm Tell, Juive, Huguenots, Africaine, Damnation, Troyens, Faust(5), Mireille, Romeo(2),
Carmen, Samson(3), Herodiade, Manon(4), Cid(2), Werther(2), Sapho, Lakme, Sigurd,
Attaque du Moulin(Bruneau), Fortunio(Messager), Marouf(2), Rolande et le Mauvais
Garcon(Rabaud). [wonderful detail in 126-page booklet, but it is in French only] La Voix
de Son Maitre 290 1933(5). A- to A [081960]................................................................................ 35.00
1017. THOMAS (John Charles): Songs of Metcalf, D'Hardelot, Russel, Harrison, Speaks, Jerome,
Monk, Haydn/Wood, Cadman, Damrosch, Curran, Strickland & Guion; Arias from
Herodiade, Ballo & Tannhauser. [rec 1920-32] Rubini GV-910. A- [072373] .............................. 13.00
1018.*TOMOWA-SINTOW: Arias - Cosi, Freischutz, Tannhauser, Ariadne, Daphne, Manon
Lescaut, Turandot, Adriana, Andrea, Ballo & Ernani. Sommer/Munich Radio Orch. [dig;
DMM] Orfeo S-106 841 A. A- to A(c/c) [064224] .......................................................................... 9.00
1019.*TOSCANI: (Palma): Debussy - Ariettes Oublilees; Fetes Galantes II; Cinq Poemes de
Baudelaire. Corbett, piano. MHS 4586. A- [057850]...................................................................... 8.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
1020. TOUREL: Offenbach - Highlights from La Vie Parisienne (Morel/Col Sym); Tales of
Hoffman; La Perichole (Abravanel/Col Sym). Odyssey 32 16 0351. A- [072555] ........................ 9.00
1021.*TOZZI: Popular Art Songs by Dick Hyman(5), Richard Cory(6) & Paul Reif(3). Walmer,
piano. Serenus SRS-12030. A- [057849] .......................................................................................... 9.00
1022. TRAUBEL: "Old Vienna" - Merry Widow Waltz; Vienna, City of My Dreams; four more
Viennese favorites. Frank Black/RCA Orch. [10-inch; rare!] RCA LM-39. B [084726] ........... 29.00
1023.*TREIGLE: I Believe. Sixteen songs, mostly religious, privately recorded live between 1961 &
1970 (mostly at Treigle's own church - First Baptist Church of New Orleans). [apparently a
joint issue of NYC Opera Guild and Norman Treigle Trust Fund] Private COG-1001. A[072667] .......................................................................................................................................... 23.00
1024. TROXELL: (Barbara): Songs of Britten(8) & Hindemith(9). Tibor Kozma, piano. McIntosh
Music MC-1003. A- [081416] ........................................................................................................ 25.00
1025. TRUMAN: A Margaret Truman Program - Songs of Delibes(2), Mozart, Grieg, Popper,
Romberg, Penn; Comin' Thro' the Rye. Fiedler/RCA Victor Orch. [10-inch; this is the
second of Margaret Truman's recordings and distinctly the rarer of the two. It was issued
between April and July of 1952 and was deleted in November of the following year. And
unlike the earlier issue (LM-57), I don't believe there was a 45-rpm edition, so this disc is
all there was. For those who have not heard the scandalous thrice-familiar story, Harry
Truman was widely quoted as wanting to punch critic Paul Hume in the face after he gave
Margaret a poor review, which she may well have deserved... Quite apart from Truman,
this is one of the very scarcest of Fiedler LP's.] RCA LM-145. A--(occ brief lgt tks from
few marks) [084821] ..................................................................................................................... 200.00
1026. URBANO: (Umberto): Arias - Ballo, Don Carlo, Gioconda, Otello, Dinorah, Andrea, Hamlet,
Ernani & Don Sebastiano; Songs of De Curtis, Quaranta, Denza(2) & Tosti. Club 99 CL99-46. A- [074053]............................................................................................................................ 7.00
1027. URBANO: (Umberto): Arias - Barber, Don Giovanni, Don Sebastiano, Trovatore, Ballo,
Otello, Pag & Don Carlos; Songs of Denza, Tailleferre & Tosti. Gurlitt &
Heidenreich/Orch. Melodiya M10-4707 004. A- [071128] .......................................................... 18.00
1028. VALLIN: (Ninon): Arias - Thais, Louise, Roi d'Ys, Fille(2) & Figaro; Songs of Duparc(2),
Gounod, Saint-Saens, Faure(2), Chausson & Busser. Rococo 5354. A- [074058]........................... 7.00
1029.*VAN DAM: Arias - Don Carlos, Lakme, Jolie Fille, Tales, Herodiade, Manon, Don Quichotte,
Jongleur, Thais & Faust. Scimone/Monte Carlo Philharmonic. [dig] Erato NUM-75023.
A- to A [080470] ............................................................................................................................. 10.00
1030.*VERLOOY: Arias & Duets - Rigoletto(3), La Wally & Lucia(2). Dubuc, baritone;
Bellugi/Vienna Sym. Pavane ADW-7128. A- to A [074756].......................................................... 9.00
1031.*VON STADE: Arias - Huguenots, Romeo, Beatrice, Werther, Perichole, Cendrillon,
Damnation, Mignon, Grande Duchesse. Pritchard/LPO. Col M-34206. A-(demo copy)
[039835] ............................................................................................................................................ 5.00
1032.*VON STADE: Faure Songs (18). Collard, piano. [dig] Angel DS-37893. A-(c/c) [078530] ............. 11.00
1033. WARREN: "Songs for Everyone" - Old Man River; Home on the Range; Battle Hymn of the
Republic; America the Beautiful; four more. Frank Black/RCA Victor Orch. [10-inch]
RCA LM-94. B++(occ tks; fine copy) [084769] ............................................................................ 40.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
1034. WARREN: Songs of Rudyard Kipling (8). Frank Black/RCA Victor Orch. [10-inch] RCA
LM-147. A--(brief tks beg sd 1; the rest uncommonly fine) [084823] ........................................... 50.00
1035. WELITSCH: Arias - Onegin, Aida, Tosca, Boheme, Freischutz, Salome (closing scene; Von
Matacic/Austrian Radio, 1944). EMI HLM-7006. A- [081633]..................................................... 15.00
1036. WITTRISCH: Arias - Lohengrin, Fidelio, Bartered Bride(2), Mignon, Faust, Pecheurs(2) &
Aida(2). [German-only notes] Top Classic TC-9044. A- [081535]................................................ 10.00
1037.*WIXELL: Arias - Attila, Rigoletto, Forza, Ballo, Otello, Trovatore, Don Carlos, Falstaff.
Varviso/Staatskapelle Dresden. [German-only notes] Eterna 8 26 750. A- [070640]................... 9.00
1038. ZARESKA: (Eugenia): Chopin - 17 Polish Songs, Op.74. Favaretto, piano. [recorded 1955]
Helios H-88001. A- to A [058965] ................................................................................................... 8.00
LP's: Vocalists - Duets
1039.*BAKER/FISCHER-DIESKAU: Duets of Purcell(4), Schumann(6), Mendelssohn(4),
Cornelius(4), Brahms(4; Op.28). Barenboim, piano. [Live] Angel S-36712. A-(c/c)
[068785] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1040.*CABALLE/VERRETT: Duets from Semiramide, Anna Bolena, Norma, Tales, Aida, Butterfly
& Gioconda. Guadagno/NPO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. RCA LSC-3153. A-(c/c) [069254] ........ 13.00
1041.*DOMINGO/MILNES: Duets from Boheme, Forza(2), Vespri, Don Carlo, Pecheurs, Otello,
Gioconda. Guadagno/LSO. RCA LSC-3182. A- [073821] ............................................................ 9.00
1042.*DOMINGO/PRICE: Duets from Otello, Ballo, Manon Lescaut, Butterfly. Santi/NPO. RCA
ARL1-0840. FS [061220] ................................................................................................................. 9.00
1043. FLAGSTAD/MELCHIOR: Tristan Love Duet (MacArthur/SF Opera); Lohengrin Bridal
Chamber Scene (MacArthur/RCA Victor Sym). [SD labels] RCA LM-2618. A[055215] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1044.*LUDWIG/BERRY: Song Recital: Humorous & Satiric songs by Beethoven, Haydn,
Rossini(4), Reger(2), Brahms(3), Strauss(2), Wolf(5). Moore, piano. Sera S-60087. A[076726] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1045. SCOTTO & CARRERAS: Scenes from Traviata(5), I Lombardi & Butterfly. [no other details
given] ERR 123-1. A-(lgt tks 1/4-inch sd 2) [065926] ................................................................... 10.00
Listings of Audiophile & Special Label records begin on the next page 
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. 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. [If you have a specific interest in the early Columbia pressings with "2-eyes" "6-eyes" labels, here is
where they are in this catalog: #]164, 169, 434, 1619, 1638, 1641, 1771, 1849, 1856, 1861, 2070, 2125, 2188,
2269, 2289, 2338, 2472, 2541, 2543, 2546-47, 2585, 2634, 2649-50, 2653-54, 2657-58, 2675, 2831, 2881,
2907-09, 2914, 3009, 3048 & 3051.
LP's: Angels
All of the mono Angels below (except as noted) are early British pressings from the period 1953-1958 when
Dario Soria was Angel's president. Except as noted otherwise, these copies are the deluxe editions, with fine
art work on the covers, extra heavy sleeves and dowel-rod spines (boxed sets did not have the dowel-rod
spines). In a few instances the spine is gone (indicated with "ns"); in some cases the copy is from their thrift
edition ("th"), wherein the same fine pressings were packaged in simple sleeves without notes and sold for
lower prices than the deluxe editions. Stereo items are usually either early pressings ["red" = red label for the
very earliest of them, or "blue" = blue label used until the late '60's] or 45 rpm audiophile issues from the early
1980's. I sometimes also list other stereo Angels here when their EMI incarnations have been particularly
popular.
1046. 3501(2): LEHAR - The Merry Widow. Schwarzkopf; Kunz; Gedda; Loose; Ackermann/PO &
Cho. A-(spine label torn) [073717] ................................................................................................ 13.00
1047. 3512(3): BEETHOVEN - Quartets # 1 - #6 (Op.18). Hungarian Quartet. [scarce set; includes
copies of the scores] A-(pristine!) [072484] ................................................................................... 21.00
1048. 3580(3): STRAUSS - Capriccio. Schwarzkopf; Fischer-Dieskau; Waechter; Gedda; Hotter;
Ludwig; Moffo; Sawallisch/PO. A- [058197] ............................................................................... 21.00
1049. 3593(3): PUCCINI - La Fanciulla Del West. Nilsson; Mongelli; Gibin; Ercolani; Von
Matacic/La Scala. A- [058196] ..................................................................................................... 15.00
1050. 35119: BIZET - Symphony; Patrie Overture. Cluytens/ORTF. A-(minor, neat jacket tape
repair) [076004] ................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1051. 35134: DE FALLA - Nights in the Gardens of Spain (Ciccolini); Homenajes (Homages).
Halffter/ORTF. A-(thrift edition) [074074] .................................................................................. 14.00
1052. 35229: CHINESE OPERA - Excerpts from eight operas. Official Ensemble of the People's
Republic of China. [Recorded in Paris at 2nd International Festival of Dramatic Art,
1955] A--(1/4-in scr sd 2; box has moderate damage) [069091] ...................................................... 9.00
LP's: Angels - continued
1053. 35232: FRANCK - Psyche; Redemption; Le Chasseur Maudit. Cluytens/PCO. A- to
B++(brief tks Redemption) [061654] ............................................................................................. 10.00
1054. 35253: I MUSICI - String Concerti by CORELLI (Concerto Grosso #1), VIVALDI (for Viola
d'Amore [Giuranna]; and Op.3, #11) and MARTINI (for Piano [Garatti] & strings). [ns]
Angel 35253. FS(probably early blue labels) [052057] .................................................................... 9.00
1055. 35363: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #30 & #31. Gieseking. Angel 35363. A-(British
pressing, but no dowel spine) [073781] ............................................................................................ 8.00
1056. 35589: EILEEN FARRELL - In Grand Opera. Arias from Alceste, Ernani, Jeanne d'Arc,
Herodiade, Oberon, Gioconda, Enfant Prodigue, Consul. Schippers/PO. A- [057163].................. 9.00
1057. COLH-102: Songs of WOLF(9) and STRAUSS(8). Elizabeth Schumann. A- [065083] ................... 11.00
1058.*S-36843: PROKOFIEV - Alexander Nevsky. Reynolds; Previn/LSO & Cho. [Kingsway Hall;
Bishop; Parker] A- [059891]........................................................................................................... 10.00
1059.*S-37285: SHOSTAKOVICH - Symphony #5. Previn/CSO. [quad] [Bishop; Parker] A[068783] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1060.*SS-45015: HANDEL - Royal Fireworks Music Suite. Mackerras/LSO. [45 rpm; quad] A- to
A(c/c) [073544] ................................................................................................................................. 9.00
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.
1061. CM-9269: IBERT - Divertissement. SAINT-SAENS - Danse Macabre; Rouet d'Omphale.
BIZET - Jeux d'Enfants. Martinon/PCO. [mono equivalent of CS-6200] A- [064054] ................. 9.00
1062.*CS-6005: ROSSINI-RESPIGHI - La Boutique Fantasque. DUKAS - Sorcerer's Apprentice.
Solti/Israel Phil. [bb] A- to B+ [050144]....................................................................................... 14.00
1063.*CS-6066: TCHAIKOVSKY - Serenade for Strings. MOZART - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.
Solti/Israel Phil Strings. [bb] A--(minor cover scuffs) [079273] ................................................. 13.00
1064.*CS-6092: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #5. Solti/VPO. A- [064967] ..................................................... 8.00
1065.*CS-6178: MOZART - Horn Concerti #1 & 3 (Tuckwell); Clarinet Concerto (de Peyer).
Maag/LSO. A- [080938] ................................................................................................................ 12.00
1066.*CS-6191: MENDELSSOHN - Symphony #3; Hebrides Overture. Maag/LSO. [TAS 44:178]
A-(bb jacket, but NOT FFSS labels!) [065618] .............................................................................. 21.00
1067.*CS-6206: CORELLI - Concerto Grosso #8. RICCIOTTI - Concertino #2. GLUCK Chaconne. PACHELBEL - Kanon. Munchinger/Stuttgart Ch Orch. A- [072956] .................... 14.00
1068.*CS-6367: RAVEL - Bolero; La Valse. HONEGGER - Pacific 231. DUKAS - The Sorcerer's
Apprentice. Ansermet/OSR. A- [080797] ..................................................................................... 15.00
1069.*CS-6375: SIBELIUS - Symphony #1; Karelia Suite. Maazel/VPO. [TAS 44:166-8] A-(FFSS
labels; late FFSS! - not bb jacket) [077963] ................................................................................... 25.00
1070.*CS-6398: BRITTEN - Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra (no narration); Serenade for
Tenor, Horn & Strings (Pears; Tuckwell). Composer/LSO. A-(demo) [077201] ....................... 11.00
LP's: Londons - continued
1071.*CS-6408: SIBELIUS - Symphony #2. Maazel/VPO. [TAS 44:166-8] A- [077995] .......................... 12.00
1072.*CS-6422: CHOPIN - Four Ballades; Trois Nouvelles Etudes. Ashkenazy, piano. A- [054852]........... 9.00
1073.*CS-6428: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #3. Maazel/VPO. A- [063452] .......................................... 10.00
1074.*CS-6429: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #4. Maazel/VPO. A- [055583] .......................................... 12.00
1075.*CS-6440: BACH - Piano Concerto in d. CHOPIN - Piano Concerto #2. Ashkenazy;
Zinman/LSO. A- [058354] .............................................................................................................. 9.00
1076.*CS-6485: NEW YEAR'S CONCERT - J.Strausses - Gypsy Baron Overture & March; TritschTratsch & 2 more Polkas; Wine, Women & Song; Aquarellen; Seid Umschlungen
Millionen. Boskovsky/VPO. A- [048814] ....................................................................................... 9.00
1077.*CS-6533: BRAHMS - Sonata for Two Pianos, Op.34. SAINT-SAENS - Variations on a
Theme of Beethoven. Eden & Tamir, piano duet. A- [054843] ..................................................... 9.00
1078.*CS-6536: LALO - Namouna Ballet Music; Rapsodie for Orchestra. Ansermet/OSR. A[079304] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1079.*CS-6569: RACHMANINOV - Symphony #2. A- [057484] ................................................................ 12.00
1080.*CS-6578: BORODIN - Symphony #2. TCHAIKOVSKY - Francesca da Rimini.
Varviso/OSR. A-(minor cover scuffs) [072930].............................................................................. 9.00
1081.*CS-6582: SCHUMANN - Symphonies #3 & 4. Solti/VPO. A- [048818] ............................................. 8.00
1082.*CS-6587: MENDELSSOHN - Symphonies #3 & #4. Abbado/LSO. A- [072953]............................... 9.00
1083.*CS-6594: BRAHMS - Serenade #2. DVORAK - Wind Serenade, Op.44. Kertesz/LSO. A[080832] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1084.*CS-6621: SALIERI - Sinfonia in D; Concerto in C for Flute, Oboe & Orch. JOHANN
CHRISTIAN BACH - Sinfonia Concertante for Flute, Oboe, Violin & Cellol; Sinfonia,
Op.9, #2. Bonynge/ECO. A- [056412] ............................................................................................ 9.00
1085.*CS-6668: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #7; Leonore Overture #3. Schmidt-Isserstedt/VPO. A[072950] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1086.*CS-6682: SCHUBERT - Symphonies #4 & #5. Kertesz/VPO. [nice added timpani stroke in
coda of 1st movement] A- [072148] ................................................................................................. 9.00
1087.*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) [052183] ........................................... 9.00
1088.*CS-6866: MOZART - Piano Sonata #11; Rondo in D, K.485; Fantasia in c, K.475. BUSONI Chaconne in d. De Larrocha. A- [056408] ...................................................................................... 7.00
1089.*CS-6949: BARTOK - Concerto for Orchestra; Hungarian Sketches. Mehta/Israel
Philharmonic. [Minshull; Lock; Kingsway Hall, 1975] FS(c/c) [050414] ..................................... 9.00
1090.*CS-7006: CLEVELAND OVERTURES - Roman Carnival; Academic Festival; Forza;
Russlan & Ludmilla; Gazza Ladra; Prometheus. Maazel/CO. [Woolcock; Moorfoot; 1975]
A-(c/c) [055562]................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1091.*CS-7078: WAGNER - Dutchman, Tannhauser & Meistersinger Overtures; Tristan Prelude &
Liebestod. Solti/CSO. [Minshull & Harvey; Wilkinson] A- [071081] .......................................... 11.00
1092.*CS-7135: CHOPIN - Piano Sonata #1; 3 Mazurkas; 2 Waltzes; Nocturne; Polonaise; Funeral
March; Contredanse; Rondo. [Beswick; Dunkerley & Eadon] A- to A(Dutch pressing)
[073966] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
LP's: Londons - continued
1093.*CSA-2216(2): BRUCKNER - Symphony #7. WAGNER - Siegfried Idyll. Solti/VPO. A[080970] .......................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1094. LL-1734: DEBUSSY - La Boite a Joujoux; Printemps. Ansermet/OSR. [Mono copy of one of
the most sought-after of this series (CS-6079 in stereo)] A- [048078] ........................................... 16.00
1095.*OS-25040: VERDI - Il Trovatore (excerpts). del Monaco; Tebaldi; Simionato; Tozzi;
Erede/MMF. [bb] A- [058022] ...................................................................................................... 13.00
1096.*OS-25084: PUCCINI - Madama Butterfly (excerpts). Tebaldi; Bergonzi; Cossotto; Sordello;
Mercuriali; Serafin/ASCR. [bb] A- [058008] ................................................................................ 13.00
1097.*OS-25111: SUTHERLAND - Operatic Recital: Ernani, Vespri, Linda, Lucia(2). Santi/PCO.
[bb] A- [058023] ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
1098.*OS-25115: MOZART - Don Giovanni (excerpts). Siepi; Corena; Dermota; Danco; Della
Casa; Gueden; Berry; Krips/VPO; Cho. [bb] A- [058024] ........................................................... 16.00
1099.*OS-25196: PUCCINI - Girl of the Golden West (excerpts). Tebaldi; Del Monaco; MacNeil;
Tozzi; Capuana/ASCR. [bb] A- [058225] .................................................................................... 14.00
1100.*OS-25218: PUCCINI - Tosca (excerpts). Tebaldi; Del Monaco; London; Corena; MolinariPradelli/ASCR. [bb] A- [058036].................................................................................................. 13.00
1101.*OS-25710: VERDI - Rigoletto (excerpts). Macneil; Sutherland; Cioni; Siepi; Corena;
Sanzogno/ASCR. [bb] A- [058027] ............................................................................................... 14.00
1102.*OS-25742: BIRGIT NILSSON - Arias from Macbeth(3), Forza(2), Nabucco & Don Carlo.
Quadri/ROHCG. [FFSS labels, but not blue-backed jacket] A-(minor cover scuffs)
[077815] .......................................................................................................................................... 13.00
1103.*OS-26615: RACHMANINOV SONGS - Volume #5. Soderstrom; Ashkenazy, piano.
[Walker; Eadon, Atkinson, Dunkerley, Olenius] A-(c/c; Dutch pressing) [063711]........................ 8.00
1104.*OSA--1167: GILBERT & SULLIVAN - Trial by Jury. Sullivan - Macbeth Overture;
Incidental Music to Henry VIII. Nash/D'Oyly Carte Opera Company; RPO. [TAS
42:112-115] A- [066229] ................................................................................................................ 12.00
1105.*OSA--1202(2): GILBERT & SULLIVAN -The Pirates of Penzance. Adams; Round; Pratt;
Short; Sandford; Hindmarsh; Godfrey/New Sym of London; D'Oyly Carte Opera
Company. [TAS 42:115] A- [066225] ........................................................................................... 16.00
1106.*OSA--1269(2): STRAUSS - Electra. Nilsson; Resnik; Collier; Krause; Stolze; Solti/VPO.
[Culshaw] [BOOM!] A- [073837] .................................................................................................. 12.00
1107.*OSA--1299(2): PUCCINI - La Boheme. Pavarotti; Freni; Ghiaurov; Harwood; Panerai;
Karajan/BPO. [TAS 73:149L] A- [076890] ................................................................................. 20.00
1108.*OSA--1327(3): DONIZETTI - Lucia di Lammermoor. Sutherland; Merrill; Siepi; Cioni;
Satre; Macdonald; Pritchard/ASCR. A-(FFSS labels, but not blue-backed box) [077299] ......... 24.00
1109.*OSA--1365(3): BELLINI - La Sonnambula. Sutherland; Corena; Stahlman; Elkins; Monti;
Bonynge/MMF. A-(FFSS labels, but not blue-backed box) [066211] .......................................... 25.00
1110.*OSA--1405(4): VERDI - La Forza del Destino. Del Monaco; Tebaldi; Simionato; Bastianini;
Siepi; Corena; Di Palma; Molinari-Pradelli/ASCR. [FFSS labels] A-(NL) [064703] ................. 19.00
1111.*OSA-1366(3): VERDI - La Traviata. Sutherland; Merrill; Bergonzi; de Palma;
Pritchard/MMF. [FFSS labels, but not blue-backed box] A- [066215] ....................................... 19.00
1112.*PS-103: GRENADIER GUARDS BAND - Works of Holst, Rosse, Ansell & Wood. [bb] A-[059948] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
LP's: Londons - continued
1113.*PS-202: OPERETTA MEMORIES - Selections by Strauss(2), Lehar(5), Kalman(2) & Straus.
Mantovani/His Orch. [fold-open album with bound-in booklet] A- [072326]............................. 13.00
1114.*STS-15005: ROSSINI-RESPIGHI - La Boutique Fantasque. DUKAS - The Sorcerer's
Apprentice. Solti/Israel Phil. [from CS-6005] A- [080843] .......................................................... 10.00
1115.*STS-15013: MUSIC IN LONDON 1670-1770. Works of Arne, Avison, J.C.Bach, Boyce,
Locke & Purcell. Hurwitz/ECO. FS [056677] .............................................................................. 10.00
1116.*STS-15015: MENDELSSOHN - Violin Concerto. BRUCH - Scottish Fantasy. Campoli;
Boult/LPO. [from the very scarce CS-6047] A- [077439]............................................................. 14.00
1117.*STS-15021: OVERTURES - Donna Diana; Zampa; Merry Wives of Windsor; Pique Dame; Si
j'Etais Roi; Le Domino Noir. Wolff/PCO. [from CS-6015] A- [056587] ..................................... 12.00
1118.*STS-15028: STRAVINSKY - Renard (Senechal; Cuenod; Rehfuss; Depraz; Arato); Apollon
Musagete. Ansermet/OSR. [from CS-6034; Ansermet conducted Renard's premiere in
1922] A- [074679]............................................................................................................................. 9.00
1119.*STS-15037: DVORAK - Serenade for Strings. Kubelik/Israel Phil. [from CS-6032] A[074671] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1120.*STS-15068: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #2; Leonore Overture #2. Ansermet/OSR. A[056442] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1121.*STS-15074: SPOHR - Nonet in F; Double Quartet. Vienna Octet members. A- [080981] .................. 9.00
1122.*STS-15083: STRAUSS - Also Sprach Zarathustra. Karajan/VPO. [from CS-6129] A[077677] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1123.*STS-15093: IBERT - Divertissement. SAINT-SAENS - Danse Macabre; Rouet d'Omphale.
BIZET - Jeux d'Enfants. Martinon/PCO. [from CS-6200] FS [051271] ...................................... 10.00
1124.*STS-15098: SIBELIUS - Symphony #2. Monteux/LSO. [from RCA LSC-2342; TAS 42:129]
A- [077158] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1125.*STS-15110: BARTOK - Concerto for Orchestra. Ansermet/OSR. [from CS-6086] A[074695] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1126.*STS-15117: CHARPENTIER - Impressions of Italy. Wolff/PCO. [from LL-1511; 1st stereo
issue in US?] A- [074689]................................................................................................................. 9.00
1127.*STS-15119: MOZART - Divertimenti #1 & #7; Two Minuets with Contredanses, K.463.
Marzendorfer/Salzburg Mozarteum Orch. A- [077689] ............................................................. 7.00
1128.*STS-15125: DVORAK - Symphony #7. Kubelik/VPO. [from CS-6083] A- [074674]........................ 8.00
1129.*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[074651] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1130.*STS-15217: French Overtures - Le Roi d'Ys; Le Domino Noir; Zampa; Belle Helene; Fra
Diavolo; Orpheus in Hades. Ansermet/OSR. [from CS-6205] A- [074678]................................... 9.00
1131.*STS-15242: DVORAK - Quintet, Op.97; Sextet, Op.48. Vienna Octet Members. A- [077764] ......... 7.00
1132.*STS-15244: PERGOLESI - Concerti Armonici #1 - #4. Munchinger/Stuttgart Ch Orch. A[077686] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1133.*STS-15280/4(5): MOZART - DANCES & MARCHES, Volume 2. Includes ballet music from
Idomeneo and Les Petits Riens. Boskovsky/Vienna Mozart Ensemble (members of
VPO). A- [058204] ......................................................................................................................... 25.00
LP's: Londons - continued
1134.*STS-15286: PROKOFIEV - The Stone Flower. Varviso/OSR. A- [077690] ....................................... 7.00
1135.*STS-15292: PIZZETTI - La Pisanella; Concerto Dell'Estate. Gardelli/OSR. [from CS-6508]
A- [077678] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1136.*STS-15296/7: LISZT - Faust Symphony; Mephisto Waltz; Nocturnal Procession.
Ansermet/OSR; Cho. A- [071141] ............................................................................................... 18.00
1137.*STS-15324: HAYDN - Symphonies #103 & 104. Dorati/Philharmonia Hungarica. A[077672] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
LP's: London Phase-4 Stereo
1138.*SP-44037: BATTLE STEREO - Music and sound effects from American Revolution and Civil
War, Crimean War, Napoleonic/Russian War of 1812, World War I and Battle of Britain.
Musical direction by Bob Sharples; no ensemble credited. [d'Amato; Lilley] A- [077342] ......... 10.00
1139.*SP-44042: THE ROMANTIC PIANOS OF RONNIE ALDRICH. September Song,
Embraceable You, and ten more selections, with Strings of the London Festival Orch.
[Mendl & White; Bannister] A- [077341] ...................................................................................... 10.00
1140.*SP-44047: WERNER MULLER ON BROADWAY - Music from Wildcat, South Pacific,
Oklahoma, My Fair Lady(2), Gypsy, Music Man, five more. A- [077375] ................................... 10.00
1141.*SP-44066: THE NEW LIMELIGHT - Eleven popular selections including Warsaw Concerto,
Night & Day, Scarlet Ribbons. Chacksfield/His Orch. A- [077377] ........................................... 10.00
1142.*SP-44070: THAT ALDRICH FEELING - Ronnie Aldrich & His Two Pianos. A- [061041] .......... 10.00
1143.*SP-44072: STRAIGHT AHEAD - Johnny Keating. A- [061038] ..................................................... 10.00
1144.*SP-44144: MUSIC FROM GREAT FILM CLASSICS - Bernard HERRMANN conducts his
music from Snows of Kilimanjaro, Citizen Kane, Devil & Daniel Webster & Jane Eyre.
LPO. [D'Amato & Barrett; Bannister] A- [067518] ....................................................................... 13.00
1145.*SPC-21012: VERDI SPECTACULAR - Orchestral music from Traviata, Rigoletto, Trovatore,
Ballo, Nabucco, I Vespri Siciliani. Camarata/Kingsway Sym. [d'Amato; Lilley] A[077357] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1146.*SPC-21018: STRAUSS WALTZES - Blue Danube; Wine, Women & Song; Tales from
Vienna Woods; Voices of Spring; Artist's Life. Dorati/LPO. [d'Amato; Lilley] A[064963] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1147.*SPC-21022: TCHAIKOVSKY - Serenade for Strings; Nutcracker Suite. Black/London
Festival Orch. [d/Amato; Lilley] A- [077344] ................................................................................ 9.00
1148.*SPC-21028: OVERTURE! Light Cavalry; Secret of Suzanne; William Tell; Orpheus in Hades;
Bartered Bride. Black/LPO. [d'Amato; Lilley] A- [077338] ........................................................... 9.00
1149.*SPC-21035: WAGNER - Meistersinger & Dutchman Overtures; Prelude & Liebestod from
Tristan. Paita/NPO. [TAS 37:142] [d'Amato; Lilley] A- [064980] ............................................... 10.00
1150.*SPC-21036: KETELBY - In a Monastery Garden; In a Persian Market; In a Chinese Temple
Garden; In the Mystic Land of Egypt; Wedgewood Blue; 'Appy 'Ampstead; Phantom
Melody; Sanctuary of the Heart. Rogers/RPO & Cho. [d'Amato; Bannister; Kingsway
Hall] A-- [077374] ............................................................................................................................ 8.00
1151.*SPC-21046: GRIEG - Peer Gynt (five selections from the two suites); Lyric Suite.
Black/LSO. [d'Amato; Lilley] A- [077339] ..................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: London Phase-Four Stereo - continued
1152.*SPC-21048: BERNSTEIN - On the Waterfront Suite; Excerpts from Fancy Free & On the
Town; Symphonic Dances from West Side Story; Candide Overture. Rogers/RPO.
[d'Amato; Bannister] A- [077340] .................................................................................................... 9.00
1153.*SPC-21054: STRAUSS - Don Juan; Till Eulenspiegel. Henry Lewis/RPO. [d'Amato &
Barrett; Lilley] A-(c/c) [077349] ...................................................................................................... 9.00
1154.*SPC-21057: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #2. Ivan Davis; Henry Lewis/RPO.
[d'Amato & Barrett; Lilley] A- [077350] .......................................................................................... 9.00
1155.*SPC-21064: RAVEL - La Valse, Bolero, Pavan. Claude Monteux/RPO. [Few; Lilley] A[077379] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1156.*SPC-21069: SUPPE OVERTURES - Light Cavalry; Poet & Peasant; Morning, Noon & Night
in Vienna; Pique Dame. Sharples/London Festival Orch. [Few; Bannister] A- [077345] ............ 7.00
1157.*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] A-(minor cover
scuffs) [048823] ................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1158.*SPC-21159: PUCCINI - La Boheme (extended excerpts for orchestra alone).
Camarata/Kingsway Sym. [Few; Lilley] A-(c/c) [066454] ........................................................... 9.00
Listings of Mercuries begin on the next page 
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.
1159. EP-1-5010 (45 RPM; 7-INCH): BRAHMS - Rhapsodies: Op.79, #2; Op.119, #4. Abram
Chasins, piano. A- [060868] .......................................................................................................... 13.00
1160. MG-10112: TCHAIKOVSKY - The Tempest; Hamlet. Rachmilovich/Stockholm Radio
Orch. B [073931] ............................................................................................................................. 8.00
1161. MG-50011: RESPIGHI - Pines & Fountains of Rome. Dorati/Mpls. [recorded December
12+13, 1952] [MF-13/MF-13] B+ [074823]................................................................................... 11.00
1162. MG-50047: GINASTERA - Variaciones Concertantes. BRITTEN - Young Person's Guide to
the Orchestra. Dorati/Mpls. [TAS 44:169; November 20, 1954; while this recording of the
Ginastera does not have quite the polished playing of Leinsdorf's wonderful BSO disc,
some of the tutti sections have tremendous power - especially the finale, horns and timpani
especially] [MF-4/MF-8] A- [071557]............................................................................................ 37.00
1163. MG-50082: MacDOWELL - Suite #2 ("Indian"). Hanson/ERSO. [fine sound] [MF-9/FR-2]
A- to B+ [082622] ........................................................................................................................... 12.00
1164. MG-50105: MARCHING ALONG - Marches of Sousa (6, including Stars & Stripes;
Washington Post); Meacham (American Patrol), Alford (Col. Bogey), Goldman, King,
Klohr & McCoy. Fennell/EWE. [TAS re stereo: 35:107] [MF-2/MF-5] A- [071632] ................. 13.00
1165. MG-50128: PARAY - Mass for the 500th Anniversary of the Death of Joan of Arc. Yeend;
Lloyd; Bible; Sze; Paray/Detroit; Cho. [TAS re stereo: 36:166] [FR-6/FR-3] A-(s/s)
[078868] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1166. MG-50129: HAYDN - Symphony #96. MOZART - Symphony #35. Paray/Detroit Sym.
[TAS re stereo issue: 33:134] B+ [081377] .................................................................................... 10.00
1167. MG-50139: ROSSINI OVERTURES - Gazza Ladra, Scala di Seta, Cenerentola, Barber of
Seville, Italiana in Algeri, Signor Bruschino. Dorati/Mpls. [TAS re stereo: 37:93] [FR1/FR-2] A- [071631] ....................................................................................................................... 13.00
1168. MG-50320: MENDELSSOHN & CHOPIN - Sonatas for Cello & Piano. Starker; Sebok.
[TAS re stereo: 33:135] [RFR-2/RFR-1] A- [072152] ................................................................... 14.00
1169. OL2-106(2): DELIBES - Sylvia (complete). Fistoulari/LSO. [TAS re stereo: 38:143] [FR1/2/4/1] A- [057174] ....................................................................................................................... 14.00
1170.*SR-60007: GRIFF WILLIAMS - America's Most Danceable Music. [Carroll; Putnam;
Universal Studios, Chicago] [FR-4/FR-3] A- [072934] ................................................................... 9.00
1171.*SR-60021: GRIFF WILLIAMS & HIS SOCIETY ORCHESTRA - We Could Have Danced
All Night. [Carroll; Putnam; Universal Studios, Chicago] [FR-1/FR-1] A- [072843]..................... 9.00
LP's: Mercuries - continued
1172.*SR-60092: AN EVENING AT THE OPERA - Wal-berg and His Orchestra. [recorded in
Paris] [FR-1/FR-1] A- [072940] ..................................................................................................... 11.00
1173.*SR-61093: HORST JANKOWSKI - So What's New?. [recorded in Stuttgart] A-(c/c)
[072933] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1174.*SR-61195: HORST JANKOWSKI - Piano Affairs. [M-1/M-1] A-(c/c) [072941] ............................... 9.00
1175.*SR-90098: BARTOK - Suite #2. Dorati/Mpls. [TAS 39:127] [RFR-1/RFR-1] A- to B+
[062887] .......................................................................................................................................... 18.00
1176.*SR-90199: RESPIGHI - Ancient Airs and Dances, Suites #1 - 3. Dorati/Philharmonia
Hungarica. [TAS 46:150-52; 54:159; 73:148L] [FR-2/FR-3] A-(s/s) [078718] ........................... 45.00
1177.*SR-90223: BLOCH - Concerti Grossi #1 & #2. Hanson/ERSO. [TAS 31:111; 65:154L]
[RFR-6/RFR-5] A-- [075596] ......................................................................................................... 27.00
1178.*SR-90269: SUPPE OVERTURES - Galatea; Pique Dame; Light Cavalry; Morning, Noon &
Night in Vienna; Poet & Peasant; Boccaccio. Paray/Detroit. [TAS 41:122-3] [PR-2/PR-2]
A-(c/c) [064292].............................................................................................................................. 24.00
1179.*SR-90285: FRANCK - Symphony in d. Paray/Detroit Sym. [TAS 47:144] [RFR-1/RFR-1]
A-/A--(a little ticking & crackle start side 2) [062326] .................................................................. 24.00
1180.*SR-90337: MUSICAL ALMANAC - Seasonal pieces by Tchaikovsky, Goldman, Anderson,
Strauss, Nelson, Chadwick, Mailman. Dorati; Hanson; Fennell/misc orchs. [RFR1/RFR-1] A--(demo copy) [070799] ............................................................................................... 11.00
1181.*SR-90359: HEROIC OVERTURES - William Tell; Orpheus in Hades; Poet & Peasant; La
Patrie. Paray/Detroit. [M-6/M-5] A-(c/c) [070798] ...................................................................... 14.00
1182.*SR-90432: CHOPIN - Piano Concerto #2; Fantasia in f. Bachauer; Dorati/LSO. [TAS
130:52] [PR-3/PR-2] A--(c/c) [062278] ......................................................................................... 16.00
1183.*SR2-9009(2): ROSSINI - La Cambiale di Matrimonio. Scotto; Panerai; Capecchi; Monti;
Petri; Fioroni; Fasano/Virtuosi di Roma. [RFR-1/1/1/1] A- [062696]......................................... 35.00
1184.*SRI-75003: SAINT-SAENS - Symphony #3. Paray/Detroit Sym. [TAS re original issue on
SR-90012: 44:178] A- to A [063568] ............................................................................................. 18.00
1185.*SRI-75048: THE SPIRIT OF '76 - Music for Fifes and Drums (based on the field music of the
U.S. Army). Fennell/EWE Members. [From SR-90111: TAS 33:134] A- to A(c/c)
[050753] .......................................................................................................................................... 14.00
1186.*SRI-75058: STRAVINSKY - The Firebird (complete). Dorati/LSO. [From SR-90226: TAS
32:144; 35:110; 44:128; 54:160; 54:164] A- [064531] .................................................................. 18.00
1187.*SRI2-77005(2): DELIBES - Sylvia (complete ballet). Fistoulari/LSO. [from SR2-9005; TAS
38:143] A- to A(c/c) [072206] ........................................................................................................ 21.00
1188.*SRI3-77012(3): BARTOK - Complete Stage Works: Bluebeard's Castle (Azekely; Szony;
LSO); Miraculous Mandarin, complete (BBC Sym & Cho); Wooden Prince (LSO);
Dance Suite (Philharmonia Hungarica). Dorati conducts in all. A- to A [053390].................... 25.00
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.
1189.*ARL1-0136: NOW, VOYAGER - CLASSIC FILM SCORES OF MAX STEINER. Music
from King Kong, Big Sleep, Charge of Light Brigade, Four Wives, Fountainhead, Since
You Went Away, Johnny Belinda, Informer, Saratoga Trunk. Gerhardt/National
Philharmonic. [Korngold; Wilkinson][TAS 30:143] A-(but missing notes insert) [064493] ....... 12.00
1190.*ARL1-3004: FALLA - Nights in the Gardens of Spain; Harpsichord Concerto (Piano Version).
Achucarro; Mata/LSO. [Gerhardt, producer] A- [057927] ............................................................ 9.00
1191.*CAMDEN LIVING STEREO CAS-481: HAYDN - Symphony #94. Fjeldstad/Oslo Phil.
[Living Stereo; 1S/1S; rec June, 1958; in print 5/1959 - 10/1960] A- [069592] ............................ 23.00
1192.*CAMDEN LIVING STEREO CAS-495: BRAHMS - Symphony #1. Gruner-Hegge/Oslo
Phil. [Living Stereo; 1S/1S; recorded June, 1958; only in print June 1959 - Oct 1960;
Dellheim producer; one of the scarcest of this series] A- [069595] ............................................... 32.00
1193.*CAMDEN LIVING STEREO CAS-534: LORIN HOLLANDER - Piano music of Brahms
(Intermezzo & Rhapsody); Liszt (Hungarian Rhapsody #6 & Mephisto Waltz);
Rachmaninoff (Prelude in c#); Chopin (Scherzo #2; Polonaise). [Scarce early Hollander only in print Jan 1960 - Sept 1961] [2S/2S] A- [075439] ............................................................... 19.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1194.*CAMDEN LIVING STEREO CAS-638: LIVING STRINGS - Music in the Night. [Living
Stereo] [15S/10S] A-- [064805] ...................................................................................................... 11.00
1195. LBC-1020: TCHAIKOVSKY - Piano Concerto Ciccolini; Cluytens/PCO. B(Canadian
pressing) [075441] ............................................................................................................................ 9.00
1196. LCT-6000(2): MASCAGNI - Cavalleria Rusticana. Gigli; Rasa; Simionato; Bechi;
Composer/La Scala. [Recorded 1940; Mascagni speaks brief introduction in Italian][GL;
1S/3S/3S/4S] B+ [077274].............................................................................................................. 12.00
1197.*LDS-2554: CHOPIN - Piano Sonatas #2 ("Funeral March") & #3. Rubinstein. [Wilcox;
Salvatore; Deluxe Soria-Series issue in heavy slipcase with 10-page Lionni book] [SS;
3S/9S] A-/A--(minor spine tear - not in the printing) [057120]...................................................... 18.00
1198.*LDS-2560: THE GOLDEN AGE OF ENGLISH LUTE MUSIC - Works by Dowland, Morley,
Johnson (Robert & John), Batchelar, Holborne, Cutting, Rosseter. Julian Bream.
[Minshull; Lilley; Deluxe Soria Series issue in heavy slipcase with lovely 11-page Skira
book; TAS 81:122-4] [SS; 2S/3S] A-(s/s) [078698] ....................................................................... 24.00
1199. LM-1146: Brahms - Alto Rhapsody (Reiner/RCA Sym; Shaw Cho). Mahler Kindertotenlieder (Monteux/SFSO). Marian Anderson in all. [ND labels] A-(brief
thumps beg Brahms - before singing) [062087] ............................................................................. 11.00
1200. LM-2053: MOZART - Marriage of Figaro (excerpts). Bruscantini; Sciutti; Jurinac; Calabrese;
Stevens; Cuenod; Gui/Glyndebourne Festival Orch. B++/B(insert AUTOGRAPHED by
BRUSCANTINI) [057557] ............................................................................................................. 12.00
1201. LM-2068: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #2 (Reiner/CSO). LISZT - Piano concerto #1
(Wallenstein/RCA Sym). Rubinstein. [Bizarre cover of this mono issue has out-of-focus
photo of someone who looks more Stokowski than Rubinstein sitting a piano in a field of
what appears to be ragweed...] [PD; 6S/1S] B++/A- [060565] ........................................................ 9.00
1202. LM-2131: FRANCK - Symphony in d. Munch/BSO. [TAS re stereo: 93:144-6] [SD; 16S/11S]
A- [078613] ..................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1203. LM-2355: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #3. Cliburn; Kondrashin/Sym of the Air.
[Concert performance, May 19, 1958] [SD; 18S/28S] A- [060548]................................................. 7.00
1204. 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) [064508] ............................................................................................... 10.00
1205. LM-2378: SCHUBERT - Quartets #12 & 14 (Death & the Maiden). Juilliard Quartet.
[Dellheim; Layton] [TAS re stereo issue: 65:158L] [SD; 1S/4S] A- [052506] .............................. 13.00
1206. LM-2414: BRAHMS - Violin Sonata #3 (Sokoloff, piano). BACH - Partita #3. Laredo.
[Dellheim; Crawford] [SD; 1S/1S] A-/B+ [062261] ...................................................................... 10.00
1207. LM-2586: GERSHWIN - "I Got Rhythm" Variations; Concerto in F; Cuban Overture. Wild;
Fiedler/BPS. [TAS re stereo issue: 35:107; 36:130] [SD; 1S/1S] A- [054732] .............................. 9.00
1208.*LSA-2489 (SPS-133-44): STEREO ACTION UNLIMITED - An Introduction to Stereo
Action - The Sound Your Eyes Can Follow. Sampler of fourteen selections from RCA's
Stereo Action series of quite wonderfully gimmicky early-stereo manipulations of channels
to make instruments move around artificially. Especially dizzying on good earphones!
David Hall contributes front-cover notes, "Here's the Story of Stereo Action." [Canadian
pressing; released December 1961; deleted February 1963] A- [074066] ..................................... 16.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1209.*LSC-2068: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #2 (Reiner/CSO). LISZT - Piano Concerto
#1 (Wallenstein/RCA Sym). Rubinstein in both. [TAS 100:210] [ND; 38S/41S] A[077436] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1210.*LSC-2252: TCHAIKOVSKY - Piano Concerto #1. Cliburn; Kondrashin/Orch. [Pfeiffer;
Crawford] [SD; 23S/31S] A- [067965] ........................................................................................... 16.00
1211.*LSC-2270: POPS STOPPERS - Espana; Stars & Stripes; Ritual Fire Dance; Skaters Waltz;
Jalousie; 3 more. Fiedler/BPS. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 10S/6S] A- [082351] ................................. 25.00
1212.*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-- [056432] .......................................................... 13.00
1213.*LSC-2370: CHOPIN - The Four Ballades. Rubinstein. [Pfeiffer; Crawford] [ND; 30S/30S] A[077190] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1214.*LSC-2516: SCHUBERT - Symphonies #5 & 8. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 86:182]
[SD; 10S/8S] A- [079174] .............................................................................................................. 16.00
1215.*LSC-2581 (GERMAN): BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #2. Cliburn; Reiner/CSO. [Mohr;
Layton; German Teldec pressing; same cover (Brahms portrait) as U.S. issue, but with
notes in three languages] A--(moderate cover scuffs) [072474]..................................................... 23.00
1216.*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) [071899]............................. 15.00
1217.*LSC-2633: LOVE WALKED IN - Twelve popular songs arranged and conducted by Morton
Gould (with his orch). [Habig; Layton] A-(Canadian SD pressing - no stamper numbers)
[077334] .......................................................................................................................................... 21.00
1218.*LSC-2641: STRAUSS - Ein Heldenleben. Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Layton] [ND; 9S/12S] A(c/c) [072533] .................................................................................................................................. 10.00
1219.*LSC-2644: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #3. Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Layton] [WD; 17S/15S]
A-(moderate water damage to print on cover) [063212] ................................................................ 10.00
1220.*LSC-2652: BRUCH - Violin Concerto. MOZART - Violin Concerto #4. Heifetz;
Sargent/New Sym, London. [Smith; Wilkinson; German Teldec issue with same number
and cover as US issue, but notes in three languages on back] A- to A(silky German
pressing!) [071910] ......................................................................................................................... 27.00
1221.*LSC-2653: MUSIC FOR STRINGS - BRITTEN: Simple Symphony. COUPERIN: Pieces en
Concert. MOZART: Divertimento K.136. CORELLI: Concerto Grosso Op.6, #4.
Janigro/Solisti di Zagreb. [SD; 2S/5S] A-(minor cover scuffs) [077326] ................................... 14.00
1222.*LSC-2670: STAR DUST - Fiedler/BPS in title song, Blue Moon, Clair de Lune, Tonight,
Reverie, 5 more. [Dellheim; Salvatore] [SD; 6S/6S] A- [077322] ................................................... 9.00
1223.*LSC-2688: TCHAIKOVSKY - Swan Lake (excerpts). Fiedler/BPS. [Dellheim; Salvatore]
[ND; 11S/12S] A- [077332] ............................................................................................................ 13.00
1224.*LSC-2698: FRANCK - Piece Heroique. LISZT - Variations on Weinen, Klagen.
MENDELSSOHN - Sonata in f. BRAHMS - Fugue in a-flat. Weinrich (Organ of
Symphony Hall, Boston). [Dellheim; Salvatore] [ND; 11S/8S] A- [077317] ................................ 13.00
1225.*LSC-2719: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis (solo quartet inc
Walter Trampler; Greensleeves Fantasia; Folk Song Suite. COATES - London Suite.
Gould/His Orch. [Habig; Layton] [WD; 7S/8S] A- [071782] ...................................................... 18.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1226.*LSC-2724: BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #1. Cliburn; Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Layton] [WD;
13S/19S] A- [077316] ..................................................................................................................... 13.00
1227.*LSC-2731: HUMORESQUE - Leonard Pennario plays title pieces by Rachmaninoff, Dvorak
& Tchaikovsky, plus lots of other short works by Rachmaninoff, Debussy, Gershwin (3
Preludes), Schubert, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Grieg, Falla & Rubinstein. [scarce disc? only the 2nd copy I've ever seen!] RCA LSC-2731. A- to B+(Canadian SD pressing - no
stamper numbers) [077315] .............................................................................................................. 9.00
1228.*LSC-2747: SLAUGHTER ON TENTH AVENUE and Other Hits from the Big Shows.
Includes Peter Gunn, Mack the Knife, West Side Story Medley, Never on Sunday, Exodus,
The Apartment, Fancy Free (three dances), Ben Hur. Fiedler/BPS. [Obscure issue probably reissues since no producer or engineer listed; but not to be confused with original
"10th Avenue" issue on LSC-2294] [WD; 3S/3S] A- [077313] ..................................................... 21.00
1229.*LSC-2759: BRITTEN - A Ceremony of Carols; Rejoice in the Lamb; Festival Te Deum.
Endich; Kopleff; Humphrey; Murcell; Shaw/Shaw Chorale. [Habig; Salvatore] [WD;
5S/7S] A- [065609] ......................................................................................................................... 14.00
1230.*LSC-2788: RACHMANINOV - Piano Concerti #1 & #4. Previn/RPO. [Dellheim; Lock]
[WD; 13S/20S] A- [077309] ........................................................................................................... 13.00
1231.*LSC-2793: ORGAN MUSIC OF THE BACH FAMILY - Works by C.P.E.(3), J.B., J.M.,
J.C.(2), W.F.(3), J.S. Weinrich/Gen Theo Seminary, NYC. [Dellheim; Keville] [WD;
9S/1S] A- [077818] ......................................................................................................................... 13.00
1232.*LSC-2801: KHACHATURIAN - Piano Concerto. BLOCH - Scherzo Fantasque. Hollander;
Previn/RPO. [Dellheim; Lock] [WD; 4S/2S] A- [063981] ............................................................. 9.00
1233.*LSC-2854: HAYDN - "Theresien" Mass. Soloists; Vienna Boys Choir; Grossman/Vienna
Konzerthaus Ch Orch. [WD; 1S/1S] A- [060359] ......................................................................... 9.00
1234.*LSC-2988: THE POPS GOES LATIN - Gould's Latin American Sinfoniette & Falla's Ritual
Fire Dance plus six other popular pieces in Latin style. Fiedler/BPS. [Dellheim; Keville]
[WD; 1S/2S] A- [072715] ............................................................................................................... 11.00
1235.*LSC-3001: COLGRASS - As Quiet As. CARTER - Piano Concerto (Lateiner).
Leinsdorf/BSO. [Scott; Keville; the Colgrass is a delight: 4th graders gave sentence
endings for "Let's be as quiet as;" Colgrass set 7 to music - a leaf turning colors; an ant
walking; time passing; children sleeping; etc.] [WD; 1S/4S] A--(jacket a little scuffy)
[058369] .......................................................................................................................................... 15.00
1236.*LSC-3029: GINASTERA - Piano Concerto #1 (Martins); Variaciones Concertantes.
Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Salvatore; the BSO musicians are stunning in the variations!]
[ND; 6S/4S] A- [072534] ................................................................................................................ 13.00
1237.*LSC-3151: FLORENT SCHMITT - La Tragedie Salome. CHAUSSON: Viviane. DUPARC:
Lenore. Almeida/NPO. [Includes uncredited wordless womens' chorus (as written, though
it sounds like maybe just one woman here) in Schmitt; Mohr; Salvatore] [ND; 2S/1S] A[069392] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1238.*LSC-3244: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Symphony 5; Wasps Overture. Previn/LSO. [ND;
1S/1S] A- [080944] ......................................................................................................................... 12.00
1239.*LSC-6147(3): VERDI - Macbeth. Warren; Rysanek; Hines; Bergonzi; Olvis;
Leinsdorf/Metropolitan Opera. [Mohr; Layton] A-(SD; 4S/3S/3S/1S/3S/1S) [064705] ............ 20.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1240.*LSC-9854 (SWEDISH): STENHAMMAR - Symphony in g, Op.34. Tor Mann/Stockholm
Philharmonic. [German Teldec pressing; recorded 1959; startling to see the standard
"Living Stereo" logo at the top of a foreign pressing with Swedish-only notes!] A[073764] .......................................................................................................................................... 19.00
1241.*LSO-6006(2): BELAFONTE AT CARNEGIE HALL - The Complete Concert. [Live; April,
1959; Bollard; Simpson] [TAS 65:160L] A-/B+(varies; scr causes mod tks off/on 1 inch sd
3) [064553] ...................................................................................................................................... 27.00
1242.*LSP-1928: MEMORIES OF POPULAR OPERAS - Twelve selections. George Feyer, piano.
[Bollard; Oelrich; NYC, 1958] [BL; 2S/3S] A--(Canadian pressing) [072330]............................... 9.00
1243.*LSP-2030: MISS PONY TAIL - Pat Suzuki with Henri Rene/Orch. [NYC, 1958] [BL;
1S/1S] A- [071396] ......................................................................................................................... 13.00
1244.*VICS-1013: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Scheherazade. Monteux/LSO. [Wallun; Wilkinson;
from LSC-2208; TAS 73:196] [PL; 10S/11S] A-- [068454] .......................................................... 20.00
1245.*VICS-1107: ELGAR - Enigma Variations. BRAHMS - Haydn Variations. Monteux / LSO.
[fr LSC-2418; TAS 60:126; 88:168] [PL; 1S/1S] A-/A- to B+ [058758] ...................................... 18.00
1246.*VICS-1184: SHOSTAKOVICH - Symphony #1; Age of Gold Suite. Martinon/LSO. [from
LSC-2322; TAS 64:125] [PL; 2S/1S] A-/A--(brief crackle beg sd 1) [051798] ............................ 24.00
1247.*VICS-1272: TELEMANN - Suites for Viola da Gamba (Koch) and Recorder (Linde).
Reinhardt/Collegium Aureum. [1st U.S. issue - no LM/LSC counterpart] [PL; 1S/1S]
RCA VICS-1272. A- [077880] ......................................................................................................... 9.00
1248.*VICS-1317: BACH - The Musical Notebook for Anna Magdalena (excerpts). Ameling; Linde;
Leonhardt, harpsichord; Tolzer Boychoir; Instrumental Ens. [1st issue - no LSC
counterpart] [Pink; 5S/5S] A- [058741].......................................................................................... 10.00
1249.*VICS-1322: RODRIGO - Fantasia para un Gentilhombre; Concierto de Aranjuez. de la Maza,
guitar; Cristobal Halffter/Manuel de Falla Orch. [original release: no LM/LSC issue]
[Pink; 5S/3S] A- [079967] ................................................................................................................ 7.00
1250.*VICS-1338: DOWLAND - Lachrimae or Seaven Teares & Fourteen Other Dances. MullerCombois, lute; Viola da Gamba Quintet of Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. [1st US issue
- never an LM/LSC version] [PL; 1S/3S] A-- [058743] ................................................................. 10.00
1251.*VICS-1339: STAMITZ - Viola Concerto (Koch); Sinfonia Concertante in A. Collegium
Aureum. [from Harmonia Mundi; 1st U.S. issue - no LM/LSC equivalent] [PL; 1S/2S] A[059400] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1252.*VICS-1382: MOZART - Oboe Concerto (Leon Goossens); Symphony #34. Davis/Sinfonia of
London. [1st issue - no LM/LSC counterpart] [Pink; 1S/1S] A- [073631] ..................................... 9.00
1253.*VICS-1407: PURCELL - Te Deum; Jubilate Deo; In Guilty Night; Man That is Born of
Woman. Alfred Deller/Deller Consort; Stour Music Festival Orch & Cho. [first US
issue - no LM/LSC counterpart] [Pink; 1S/1S] A- [073933] ............................................................ 8.00
1254.*VICS-6006(2): BERLIOZ - L'Enfance du Christ. Souzay; Kopleff; Tozzi; Valletti;
Munch/BSO; New England Conservatory Choir. [first stereo issue; this copy is in the
box and with the notes from the original, mono-only issue on LM-6053] [PL; 1S/2/1/1] A[072440] .......................................................................................................................................... 21.00
1255.*VICS-6015(2): PENDERECKI - Passion According to St. Luke. Woytowicz; Hiolski;
Ladysz; Bartsch; Czyz/Cologne Radio Cho & Sym. [1st issue - no LM/LSC equivalent]
[PL; 1S/1/1/2] A- [072924] ............................................................................................................. 18.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label
1256.*ARGO ZRG--542: HAYDN - Heiligmesse. Cantelo; Minty; Partridge; Keyte; Guest/ASMF;
St. John's College Choir, Cambridge. A- [064264] ...................................................................... 9.00
1257.*ARGO ZRG--578: PALESTRINA - Veni Sponsa Christi. Guest/Choir of St. John's College,
Cambridge. A- [060965].................................................................................................................. 9.00
1258.*ARGO ZRG--604: STRAUSS - Metamorphosen. WAGNER - Siegfried Idyll; Adagio for
Clarinet & Strings (Brymer). Marriner/ASMF. A- [063644] ......................................................... 7.00
1259.*ARGO ZRG--634: HAYDN - Mass in Time of War. Cantelo; Watts; Tear; McDaniel;
Guest/ASMF; St.John's College Cho. A- [064192]..................................................................... 10.00
1260.*ARGO ZRG--687/8(2): BACH - The Four Suites for Orchestra. Marriner/ASMF. A[057056] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1261.*ARGO ZRG--838: FINZI - Earth and Air and Rain. BUTTERWORTH - 6 Shropshire Lad
Songs; 5 Songs. Luxon; Willison, piano. A- to A [055433].......................................................... 10.00
1262.*CANDIDE QTVS-34719: WAGNER - Rienzi & Meistersinger Overtures; Lohengrin Preludes
(I & III); Good Friday Spell; Ride of Valkyries. Semkow/St. Louis Sym. [quad] [recorded
1977; Aubort; Nickrenz] A-- [059988] ........................................................................................... 10.00
1263.*CAPITOL SP-8371: CHOPIN BY STARLIGHT - Ten orchestral arrangements of piano
pieces. Dragon/Hollywood Bowl Orch. A- [073903] ..................................................................... 9.00
1264.*CAPITOL SP-8503: KHACHATURIAN - Gayne & Masquerade Suites. KABALEVSKY Comedians Suite. Newman/Hollywood Bowl Sym. [TAS 38:188-9] A- [073901] ........................ 9.00
1265.*CAPITOL SP-8573: JONGEN - Symphonie Concertante for Organ & Orchestra. Fox;
Pretre/Paris Opera Orch. A- [072333] .......................................................................................... 9.00
1266.*CHALFONT SDG-314: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #5. Tjeknavorian/LSO. [early digital
(1980); Culverhouse; Chesebrough] Chalfont SDG-314a. A- to A [057033] ................................ 10.00
1267.*COMMAND CC-11025: VIRGIL FOX PLAYS THE JOHN WANAMAKER GRAND
COURT ORGAN: Works of Wagner, Bach, Vierne, Mulet, Elgar, Faure. [Light; Fine;
35mm film recording] B+ [071475]................................................................................................ 25.00
1268.*COMMAND RS-894SD: 1966 - MAGNIFICENT MOVIE THEMES. Twelve pieces
including Lara's Theme, Thunderball, Spy Who Came in from the Cold, Made in Paris.
Bobby Byrne/His Orch. [fold-open album; 35mm film recording] A-(c/c) [084959].................. 10.00
1269.*CROSSROADS 22 16 0160: D'INDY - Istar Variations; La Mort de Wallenstein. BERLIOZ Benvenuto Cellini & Corsair Overtures. Fekete/Prague Sym. FS [055649]................................... 9.00
1270.*DECCA D225D(2): JOHANN STRAUSS (arr. Bayer) - Cinderella (ballet); Ballet Music from
Ritter Pasman. Bonynge/National Philharmonic. [dig; Kingsway Hall, 1980; Cornall;
Wilkinson (one of rather few digital recordings Wilkinson did at the end of his career)] Ato A [052392] .................................................................................................................................. 16.00
1271.*DECCA ECS-619: PROKOFIEV - Symphony #7. Martinon/PCO. [from RCA LSC-2288;
TAS 59:126-7] A- [064017]............................................................................................................ 15.00
1272.*DECCA HEAD--7: HARRISON BIRTWISTLE - Verses for Ensembles (Atherton/London
Sinfonietta); Nenia - The Death of Orpheus (Manning, soprano; Hacker/The Matrix);
The Fields of Sorrow (Manning, soprano; Atherton/London Sinfonietta). [Mallinson;
Moorfoot & Goodall; Kingsway Hall, 1979] A- [066983] ............................................................. 15.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label
- continued
1273.*DECCA HEAD-24/25(2): HARRISON BIRTWISTLE - Punch and Judy (Opera in One
Act). Bryn-Julson; DeGaetani; Langridge; Roberts; Atherton/London Sinfonietta.
[Mallinson & Cornall; Goodall; 1979] A- to A(Dutch pressing) [065017] .................................... 19.00
1274.*DECCA SET 338/40(3): BRITTEN - A Midsummer Night's Dream. Deller; Harwood;
Pears; Hemsley; Veasey; Harper; Terry; Watts; Brannigan; Composer/LSO. [Culshaw,
producer] A- [061727] .................................................................................................................... 22.00
1275.*DECCA SET 473/74(2): DELIBES - Coppelia. Bonynge/OSR. A- [061714].................................... 19.00
1276.*DECCA SXL-6396: BEETHOVEN - Symphonies #5 & #8. Schmidt-Isserstedt/VPO. [nice
cover portrait of S-I] A- [079419]................................................................................................... 12.00
1277.*DENON OX-7078: DVORAK & TCHAIKOVSKY - Serenades for Strings. Kasandjiev/Sofia
Ch Orch. [VERY early digital: recorded in Japan in March, 1976!] A- to A [081570] ................ 12.00
1278.*EMI ASD--393: PATRICK HADLEY (1899-1973) - The Hills. Palmer, soprano; Tear, tenor;
Lloyd, bass; Ledger/LPO; Cambridge University Musical Society Chorus. DELIUS To Be Sung of a Summer Night on the Water. Tear, tenor; Ledger/Choir of King's
College, Cambridge. [Bishop; Parker; 1976; obscure!] [quad] A- [082440] ................................ 25.00
1279.*EMI ASD-2259: ELGAR - Violin Concerto. Menuhin; Boult/NPO. A- [081418] ........................... 16.00
1280.*EMI ASD-2336: PROKOFIEV - Symphony #3; In Autumn, Op.8; Andante, Op.50a.
Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch. A- [064024] ................................................................... 11.00
1281.*EMI ASD-2356 (ODEON): ELGAR - Wand of Youth, Suites #1 & #2; Three Bavarian
Dances; Chansons de Matin & Nuit. Boult/LPO. FS [082084] ..................................................... 12.00
1282.*EMI ASD-2400 (ODEON): MUSIC OF THE FOUR COUNTRIES. EDWARD GERMAN Welsh Rhapsody. HAMISH MacCUNN - The Land of the Mountain & Flood. ETHEL
SMITH - The Wreckers Overture. HAMILTON HARTY - With the Wild Geese.
Gibson/Scottish National Orch. A- [064058] .............................................................................. 18.00
1283.*EMI ASD-2750: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - English Folk Song Suite; Fantasia on
Greensleeves. ELGAR - Enigma Variations. Boult/LSO. [Bishop; Gray] A- to A [081433] ....... 20.00
1284.*EMI ASD-3158: MOZART - Symphony #35 & #41. Boult/LPO. [Bishop; Parker; quad] A[081501] .......................................................................................................................................... 18.00
1285.*EMI ASD-3173: STRAUSS - Alpine Symphony. Kempe/Dresden State Orch. [Mottley;
Strueben; quad] A- to A [082437] .................................................................................................. 20.00
1286.*EMI ASD-3342: BLISS - Cello Concerto (Noras); Miracle of the Gorbals Suite.
Berglund/Bournemouth Sym. [Mottley; Eltham; quad] A- [064489].......................................... 14.00
1287.*EMI ASD-3345: ELGAR - Coronation Ode; British National Anthem (Elgar's arrangement).
PARRY - I Was Glad When They Said Unto Me. Lott; Hodgson; Morton; Roberts;
Ledger/NPO; King's College Choir. [Bishop; Parker; recorded in King's College Chapel,
1977; TAS 65:154L; quad] A- [077794] ........................................................................................ 16.00
1288.*EMI ASD-3429: VILLA-LOBOS - Bachianas Brasileiras #3; Momoprecoce - Fantasy for
Piano & Orchestra. Ortiz; Ashkenazy/NPO. [Willan; Gooch & Parker] [quad] A- to A
[082436] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1289.*EMI ASD-3687: BLISS - Ballet Suites from Checkmate and Adam Zero. Handley/Liverpool
Philharmonic [Fraser; Eltham][TAS 26:275] A- to A [048973] ................................................... 11.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label
- continued
1290.*EMI CSD-3696: HARTY - A John Field Suite. BUTTERWORTH - A Shropshire Lad; The
Banks of Green Willow. BRIDGE - There is a Willow grows aslant a Brook. BAX - Dance
in the Sunlight. Dilkes/English Sinfonia. A- [082442] ................................................................. 12.00
1291.*EMI CSD-3767: THOMAS ARNE - Symphonies #1 - #4. SAMUEL WESLEY - Symphony
in D. Montgomery/Bournemouth Sinfonietta. [Grubb; Eltham; quad] A- [081560].................. 12.00
1292.*EMI CSD-3769: FRANZ SCHMIDT - Variations on a Hussar's Song. ARRIAGA - Symphony
in D. Bauer/NPO. [Willan; Eltham] A- [073654]............................................................................ 8.00
1293.*EMI ED-27 0150 1: ALBERIC MAGNARD - Symphony #4; Chant Funebre. Plasson/Orch
du Capitole, Toulouse. [Macleod; Ducourtieux; DMM; dig] A- to A [081673] .......................... 10.00
1294.*EMI EM 29 0404 3: DELIUS - A Village Romeo and Juliet. Harwood; Tear; Shirley-Quirk;
Luxon; Davies/RPO; Alldis Cho. [Bishop; Parker] [DMM] A- to A [066463] ............................ 19.00
1295.*EMI ESDW-711(2): ELGAR - The Starlight Express - Incidental Music, Op.78. Masterson,
soprano; Stroud, baritone; Handley/LPO. [Bishop; Parker] A- to A [065068] ............................. 18.00
1296.*EMI ODEON ASD-2759: MALCOLM WILLIAMSON - Violin Concerto. LENNOX
BERKELEY - Violin Concerto. Menuhin; Boult/LPO(Williamson) & Menuhin Festival
Orch(Berkeley). A- [081419] ......................................................................................................... 20.00
1297.*EMI SAN-244/245(2): ELGAR - The Kingdom. M.Price; Young; Minton; Shirley-Quirk;
Boult/LPO & Cho. [Bishop; Parker; TAS 98:111L] A- [061345] ................................................ 18.00
1298.*EMI SLS--845(3): HANDEL - Messiah. Bowman; Tear; Luxon; Willcocks/ASMF; King's
College Choir, Cambridge. [Bishop; Boyling] A- to A [067054] ................................................ 18.00
1299.*EMI SLS-922(2): BEETHIOVEN - Missa Solemnis. Soderstrom; Hoffgen; Kmentt; Talvela;
Klemperer/NPO & Cho. [pretty impressive Kingsway Hall chorus-and-orchestra sonority
in the Gloria!] A- [081386] ............................................................................................................. 20.00
1300.*EMI SXLP-30153: BLISS - Checkmate Suite (Composer/Sinfonia of London). LAMBERT Valse of the Gemini (Irving/ROHCG). BRITTEN - Matinees Musicales; Soirees
Musicales (Irving/PO). A- [067453].............................................................................................. 11.00
1301.*EPIC BC-1044: BACH - Brandenburg Concerti #4 - #6. Szymon Goldberg/Netherlands
Chamber Orch. [radial labels] A- [065058].................................................................................. 10.00
1302.*ERA-1004: BERNARD ROGERS - Once Upon a Time. WILLIAM BERGSMA - Gold & the
Senor Commandante. KENT KENNAN - Three Pieces for Orchestra. Hanson/ERSO.
[From Mercury SR-90147; 46:152; 54:162] [PR-2/PR-2] A-(almost deserves "A- to A;"
unusually quiet!) [060481] .............................................................................................................. 26.00
1303.*EVEREST SDBR-3040: HINDEMITH - Violin Concerto (1st recording). MOZART - Violin
Concerto #3. Fuchs; Goossens/LSO. [35mm film recording] A- to B+(silver label;
oversize jacket; no dowel spine) [065204]...................................................................................... 15.00
1304.*EVEREST SDBR-3042: MOZART - Serenades #11 & #12. Newell Jenkins/Everest
Woodwind Octet. [35mm film recording] A-(purple label; oversize jacket; no dowel
spine) [065202] ................................................................................................................................. 9.00
1305.*FONTANA SFL-14119: LISZT - Mephisto Waltz and WEBER - Invitation to the Dance
(Paray/Detroit). J. STRAUSS - Graduation Ball (Dorati/Mpls). British issue; from
Mercury originals. A- [072276] ...................................................................................................... 21.00
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1306.*FRANKLIN MINT 03/04(2): BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #4; MENDELSSOHN Capriccio Brillant (Serkin; Ormandy/Phila; Columbia original). MOZART - Violin
Concerto #5 (Stern; Szell/Col Sym; Columbia original); Piano Concerto #21 (Schnabel;
Sargent/LSO; mono; EMI original). [One in FM's series of "The 100 Greatest Recordings
of All Time." Red vinyl pressings, in deluxe oversized album.] A- [065364] ............................... 18.00
1307.*FRANKLIN MINT 17/18(2): RAVEL - Concerto in G (De Larrocha; Foster/LPO; London
original). LISZT - Totentanz; FRANCK - Symphonic Variations (Watts; Leinsdorf/LSO;
Columbia original). DOHNANYI - Variations on a Nursery Tune (Composer;
Boult/RPO; Angel original). [One of FM's series of "The 100 Greatest Recordings of All
Time." Red vinyl pressings, in deluxe oversized album.] A- [065362] .......................................... 18.00
1308.*FRANKLIN MINT 19/20(2): IVES - Symphony #4 (Stokowski/American Sym); 4th of July
(Bernstein/NYP). GERSHWIN - Rhapsody in Blue; An American in Paris
(Bernstein/NYP; Bernstein piano also in Rhapsody). [All originally recorded by
Columbia. One in FM's series of "The 100 Greatest Recordings of All Time." Red vinyl
pressings, in deluxe oversized album.] A- to A [065801]............................................................... 24.00
1309. FRANKLIN MINT 21/22(2): LEGENDARY OPERATIC VOICES. Arias by PINZA (2 from
Don Giovanni); MAYNOR (Louise); CHALIAPIN (3 from Boris); CARUSO (Aida, Pag,
Rigoletto Quartet w/SEMBRICH, SCOTTI & SEVERINA); PONSELLE (Norma); and
PONSELLE/MARTINELLI (Aida). [One in FM's series of "The 100 Greatest Recordings
of All Time." Red vinyl pressings, in deluxe oversized album.] A- to A [065358] ....................... 19.00
1310.*FRANKLIN MINT 23/24(2): OFFENBACH - Gaite Parisienne (Fiedler/BPS, from 1958
RCA original). RAVEL - La Valse (Boulez/NYP; from Columbia original). BERLIOZ Royal Hunt & Storm (Beecham/RPO; from Angel original). MUSSORGSKYSTOKOWSKI - Night on Bald Mountain (Stokowski/NPO; from London original).
BORODIN - Overture & Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor (Solti/LSO; from London
original). [One of FM's series of "The 100 Greatest Recordings of All Time." Red vinyl
pressings, in deluxe oversized album.] A- to A [065376]............................................................... 23.00
1311.*FRANKLIN MINT 29/30(2): ELGAR - Violin Concerto (Menuhin; Composer/LSO; mono).
KHACHATURIAN - Violin Concerto (Oistrakh; Composer/Moscow Radio Orch).
[One in FM's series of "The 100 Greatest Recordings of All Time." In deluxe oversized
album.] A- [065372]........................................................................................................................ 19.00
1312.*FRANKLIN MINT 39/40(2): TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #4 (Szell/LSO; from London
CS-6987); Symphony #5 (Stokowski/NPO; from London SPC-21017; TAS 37:142). [One
of FM's series of "The 100 Greatest Recordings of All Time." Pressed on red vinyl; in
deluxe oversized album.] A- [065804]............................................................................................ 32.00
1313. FRANKLIN MINT 45/46: MUSSORGSKY - Pictures at an Exhibition (Horowitz, piano;
ALSO Toscanini/NBC in Ravel orchestration). DEBUSSY - La Mer. MOZART Symphony #41. Toscanini/NBC. [All from RCA originals] [One of FM's "The 100
Greatest Recordings of All Time." Pressed on red vinyl; in deluxe oversized album.] A- to
A [065377] ...................................................................................................................................... 23.00
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1314.*FRANKLIN MINT 51/52(2): BRITTEN - War Requiem. Vishnevskaya; Pears; FischerDieskau; Composer/LSO; Melos Ens; Bach Choir; Highgate School Boys' Choir.
[Culshaw; Wilkinson; from London OSA-1255; TAS 71:133 in Wilkinson's account of
problems with Vishnevskaya (whom he does not mention by name)] [One of FM's "100
Greatest Recordings of All Time." Pressed on red vinyl; in deluxe oversized album. A[073131] .......................................................................................................................................... 25.00
1315.*FRANKLIN MINT 53/54(2): SCHUBERT - Trout Quintet (Schnabel; Members of Pro Arte
Quartet; Hobday, bass; mono; EMI original); Piano Trio #1, Op.99 (Stern; Rose;
Istomin; from Columbia original). [One in FM's series of "The 100 Greatest Recordings of
All Time." Pressed on red vinyl; in deluxe oversized album.] A- to A [065354]........................... 15.00
1316.*FRANKLIN MINT 69/70(2): PROKOFIEV - Piano Concerto #3 (Composer, piano;
Coppola/LSO; mono; from Angel original). RACHMANINOV - Piano Concerto #2
(Composer, piano; Stokowski/Phila; mono; RCA original). BRAHMS - Double Concerto
(Rostropovich; Oistrakh; Szell/CO; Angel original). [One in FM's series of "The 100
Greatest Recordings of All Time." Pressed on red vinyl; in deluxe oversized album.] A- to
A [065366] ...................................................................................................................................... 19.00
1317.*FRANKLIN MINT 73/74(2): COPLAND - Appalachian Spring; Four Dance Episodes from
Rodeo (Bernstein/NYP; Columbia originals). FALLA - The Three-Cornered Hat (de Los
Angeles; Fruhbeck de Burgos/NPO; from Angel original). [One of FM's series of "The
100 Greatest Recordings of All Time." Pressed on red vinyl; in deluxe oversized album.]
A- to A [072921] ............................................................................................................................. 18.00
1318.*FRANKLIN MINT 81/82(2): BACH - Arias from St. Matthew Passion (Schwarzkopf;
Ludwig; Klemperer/PO & Cho). HANDEL - Excerpts from Messiah
(Mackerras/ECO). [One of FM's series of "The 100 Greatest Recordings of All Time."
Pressed on red vinyl; in deluxe oversized album.] A- [073130] ..................................................... 20.00
1319.*FRANKLIN MINT 83/84(2): PROKOFIEV - Violin Concerto (Szigeti; Beecham/LPO;
mono; Columbia original); Symphony #5 (Koussevitzky/BSO; mono; RCA original).
STRAVINSKY - Le Sacre du Printemps (Bernstein/NYP; Columbia original). [One of
FM's series of "The 100 Greatest Recordings of All Time." Pressed on lovely red vinyl; in
deluxe oversized album.] A- [070392]............................................................................................ 24.00
1320.*FRANKLIN MINT 97/98(2): BEETHOVEN - Violin Concerto (Milstein; Leinsdorf/PO;
Angel original). MENDELSSOHN - Violin Concerto (Szigeti; Beecham/LPO; mono;
EMI original). CHAUSSON - Poeme; RAVEL - Tzigane (Francescatti; Bernstein/NYP;
Columbia originals). [One in FM's series of "The 100 Greatest Recordings of All Time."
Red vinyl pressings, in deluxe oversized album.] A- [076809] ...................................................... 23.00
1321.*HNH 4040: ALWYN - Symphony #1. Composer/LPO. [from Lyrita SRCS-86] A- [065420] ........... 9.00
1322.*HNH-4079: SIR LENNOX BERKELEY - Symphony #2 (Braithwaite/LPO); Piano Concerto
#2 (Wilde; Braithwaite/NPO. [from Lyrita SRCS-94] A-(c/c) [065417]....................................... 9.00
1323.*HYPERION A-66077: CRUSELL - Clarinet Quartets #1 - #3. Thea King; Allegri String
Quartet Members. [Friese-Greene; Kenneth Wilkinson; recorded April 1981: must have
been one of Wilkinson's very last engineering jobs][DMM] A- to A [074613] ............................. 14.00
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1324.*LYRITA SRCS--36: IRELAND - Piano Concerto (Parkin); These Things Shall Be (Case,
baritone); LPO Cho. Boult/LPO (in both). A- [082228] .............................................................. 18.00
1325.*LYRITA SRCS--37: BAX - November Woods. HOLST - A Fugal Overture. MOERAN Sinfonietta. Boult/LPO. [TAS 39:146] A- [082226] ..................................................................... 18.00
1326.*LYRITA SRCS--41: RUBBRA - Symphony #7. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Fantasia on a
Theme of Thomas Tallis. Boult/LPO. A- [082237] ....................................................................... 20.00
1327.*LYRITA SRCS--43: E. J. MOERAN - Overture to a Masque; Cello Concerto (Coetmore);
Rhapsody #2. Boult/LPO. A- [082238] ......................................................................................... 16.00
1328.*LYRITA SRCS--48: PARRY - Overture to an Unwritten Tragedy; English Suite; Lady
Radnor's Suite; Symphonic Variations. Boult/LSO. A- [082231] ................................................. 20.00
1329.*LYRITA SRCS--53: BAX - Symphony #1. Fredman/LPO. A- [066888] ......................................... 13.00
1330.*LYRITA SRCS--72: HUMPHREY SEARLE - Symphony #1 (Boult/LPO) & #2
(Krips/LPO). A- [082256] ............................................................................................................. 25.00
1331.*LYRITA SRCS-120: HOLST - Suite de Ballet. WARLOCK - An Old Song for Small
Orchestra; Serenade for Strings; Capriol Suite. Boult/LPO (in song); Braithwaite/LPO in
rest (except LSO in Capriol). A- [082255] ..................................................................................... 24.00
1332.*MHS 1303: HOLST - Lyric Movement for Viola & Small Orch; Brook Green Suite; Fugal
Concerto; Nocturne. Imogen Holst/ECO. [from Lyrita SRCS-34; TAS 3:155] A[080853] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1333.*MHS 1335: ELGAR - Symphony #2. Boult/LPO. [fr Lyrita SRCS-40] A- [076701] ........................ 10.00
1334.*MHS 1505: WALTON - The Quest (ballet suite); Sinfonia Concertante (Katin, piano);
Capriccio Burlesco; Scapino Overture. Composer/LSO. [fr Lyrita SRCS-49] A- [074443] ........ 13.00
1335.*MHS 1742: ALWYN - Mirages, A Song Cycle for Baritone & Piano (Luxon; Willison);
Divertimento for Flute (Hyde-Smith); Naiades for Flute & Harp (Hyde-Smith; Robels).
[from Lyrita SRCS-61] A- [073889]................................................................................................. 8.00
1336.*MHS 3096: BLISS - Serenade for Baritone & Orchestra (Shirley-Quirk); Rout for Soprano &
Orchestra (Woodland); Hymn to Apollo; The World is Charged with the Grandeur of God
(cantata); A Prayer to the Infant Jesus (women's voices). Misc Artists; Composer
conducts Rout & Hymn. [From Lyrita SRCS-55] A- [073890] ..................................................... 8.00
1337.*MHS 3574: ALWYN - Symphonies #4 & 5. Composer/LPO. [from Lyrita] A- [064807] ................ 10.00
1338.*MHS 3598: FINZI - Intimations of Immortality. Partridge, tenor; Handley/Guildford Phil &
Cho. [from Lyrita SRCS-75; TAS 73:147L] A-- [073497] .............................................................. 8.00
1339.*MHS 3628: ELGAR - Enigma Variations; Falstaff. Andrew Davis/NPO. [from Lyrita
original] MHS 3628. A-- [073885] ................................................................................................... 6.00
1340.*PHILIPS 6700 019(2): BERLIOZ - Requiem. Dowd; Davis/LSO & Cho. [TAS 2:93; 4:238L]
A- [065503] ..................................................................................................................................... 19.00
1341.*PHILIPS 6780 251(2): RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerti #1 (Kondrashin/Moscow Phil),
#2 (Dorati/Mpls) & #3 (Dorati/LSO). Byron Janis in all; from celebrated Mercury
originals. A-(Dutch pressings) [072714] ........................................................................................ 23.00
1342.*PHILIPS SGL-5847: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #5. Skrowaczewski/LSO. [from
Mercury SR-90321 (see TAS 47:146)] A-(British pressing?) [072739] ........................................ 14.00
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1343.*READER'S DIGEST RD4-A-074(8): POPS PARTY - Fun With Fiedler and the Boston Pops.
Eight-record collection of RCA material; each disc with its own jacket and notes, then all
in a nice slipcase. A- [081268]........................................................................................................ 25.00
1344.*SHURE TTR-101: AUDIO OBSTACLE COURSE - Trackability Test Record. [1967 associated with their V-15 Type II cartridge] A- [081564] ............................................................ 12.00
1345.*SONIC ARTS LS-16: PIANO WORKS of Bartok, Chopin, Liszt, Mendelssohn & Schubert.
Tibor Szasz (Bosendorfer piano). [Kulka, engineer; early (1980) digital] A(AUTOGRAPHED by SZASZ on front cover) [057569]............................................................... 13.00
1346.*TELARC DG-10047: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #4. Maazel/CO. [Woods; Renner; dig;
recorded 1979; very fine performance & recording and a high-water mark for Telarc, in my
opinion] A- to A(few tks in 2nd movement) [059178] ................................................................... 10.00
1347.*TELARC DG-10051: SAINT-SAENS - Symphony #3. Murray, organ; Ormandy/Phila.
[Woods; Renner; dig; 1980] A- to A [058399] ............................................................................... 11.00
1348.*TELARC DG-10052: RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2; Bolero; Pavane. Slatkin/St.
Louis Sym. [Woods; Renner; dig] A- to A(minor cover scuffs) [077705] ...................................... 8.00
1349.*TELARC DG-10054: STRAVINSKY - Le Sacre du Printemps. Maazel/CO. [dig] A- to A
[072895] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1350.*TELARC DG-10110: SCHUBERT - Symphony #9. Dohnanyi/CO. [Woods; Renner; dig;
1985] A- [076866]............................................................................................................................. 8.00
1351.*TOSHIBA LF-95010: SUPER STRINGS - Respighi: Ancient Airs & Dances, Set #3; Four
Beatles Songs. Sugiyama/Tokyo Strings Ens. [direct-to-disc; fine Japanese pressing] Ato A [070994] .................................................................................................................................. 16.00
1352.*TURNABOUT QTVS-34606: MENDELSSOHN - Symphony #3; Hebrides Overture.
Commissiona/Baltimore Sym. [Nickrenz; Aubort; recorded 1974] [quad] A- [059965]............. 10.00
1353.*TURNABOUT QTVS-34643: MENDELSSOHN - Symphony #4 & #5.
Commissiona/Baltimore Sym. [Aubort & Nickrenz; recorded 1974] [quad] A- [059987] .......... 10.00
1354. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7003: LISZT - Hungarian Rhapsodies #1, #2 & #5.
Scherchen/PSOL. A- to B++(missing notes booklet) [055573].................................................... 21.00
1355. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7007: LISZT - Hungarian Rhapsodies #3, #4 & #6.
Scherchen/PSOL. [later issue with notes on back of jacket] B+(looks fine!) [070426] ............... 12.00
1356. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7008: MENDELSSOHN - Symphony #4. Boult/Philharmonic
Promenade Orch. Missing the original plastic sleeve, but includes 32-page booklet with
second-by-second notes on the recording] A--(superb pressing for this series) [070412] ............. 22.00
1357. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7020: KODALY - Galanta & Marosszek Dances.
Rodzinski/PSOL. [Does not have original zip-open plastic sleeve, nor the booklet.] A- to
B+ [070417] .................................................................................................................................... 14.00
1358. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7024: HAYDN - Symphony #100 Scherchen/PSOL. [This fine
copy of a rather notorious recording (the over-miked triangle sounds like it belongs next to
a chuck wagon) has original slipsleeve in fine condition, but is missing the booklet.] A-[081989] .......................................................................................................................................... 20.00
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1359. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7026: STRAUSS WALTZES - Emperor; Rose from the South; Blue
Danube; Voices of Spring. Rodzinski/PSOL. [Missing zip-open plastic sleeve and
booklet] A- to B+ [070415] ............................................................................................................ 15.00
1360. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7034: KODALY - Hary Janos Suite. MUSSORGSKY - Night on
Bald Mountain. Rodzinski/PSOL. [Not in original zip-open plastic sleeve, but jacket in
superb condition; and record pressed almost as quietly - but not quite - as these issues ever
were; with booklet by C.G.McProud (Audio Magazine editor) & James Lyons detailing
audiophile highlights] B++ [074700] .............................................................................................. 23.00
1361. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7052: ELGAR - Falstaff. Boult/Philharmonic Promenade Orch.
[later issue with notes on back of jacket] A-- [070432] .................................................................. 11.00
1362. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7055: BRITTEN - Matinees Musicales; Soirees Musicales.
Boult/PSOL. [No plastic zip-open sleeve, but the jacket is here in superior condition; no
booklet] B++ [055571].................................................................................................................... 14.00
1363. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7062: SCHUMANN - Symphony #3. Boult/PPOL. [Late issue with
notes on back cover] A-(movements 3 & 4 are B; 1/8-inch scr beg sd 1) [055057] ...................... 10.00
1364.*WESTMINSTER WST-14035: MIKLOS ROZSA - Variations on a Hungrian Peasant Song
for Violin & Orchestra (Zsigmondy); Kaleidoscope; Concerto for String Orchestra.
Composer/VSOO. [Scarce disc: only in print 1959-1961] A--(occ lgt tks sd 2) [058761] ........... 31.00
1365.*WESTMINSTER WST-14067: HOLST- The Planets. Boult/VSOO. [early labels] A-[054969] .......................................................................................................................................... 16.00
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LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire
1366.*ADAM: Giselle (complete ballet). Fedotov/Kirov Opera & Ballet Theatre of Leningrad
Sym. Melodiya C10-24113 001(2). A- [071136] ........................................................................... 11.00
1367.*ALBENIZ: Concerto Fantastico (Zedda/Torino Sym). ARENSKY: Russian Piano Concerto
(Waldhans/Brno Philharmonic). Blumental, piano in both. Auditorium AUD-101. A[076906] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1368.*ALFVEN: Symphony #4. Malmborg; Vikstrom; Grevillius/Stockholm Philharmonic.
Swedish Society Discofil SLT-33186. A- [066339] ......................................................................... 9.00
1369.*ARENSKY: Violin Concerto. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Concert Fantasy for Violin &
Orchestra. WIENIAWSKI: Concert Polonaise for Violin & Orchestra. Rosand; de
Froment/Luxembourg Radio Orch. [quad] Turn QTVS-34629. A- [077085].............................. 9.00
1370.*ARNE: Eight Overtures. Hogwood/Academy of Ancient Music. Oiseau-Lyre DSLO-503. A[078413] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1371.*ARNE: Symphony #1 - #4. Shepherd/Cantilena. MHS 7309. A- [080988] ........................................ 8.00
1372.*BACH: "Bach on Wood" - Misc short pieces by Bach, Vivaldi, Corelli & Pachelbel performed
on percussion (mostly marimba and vibraphone) by Brian Slawson. CBS M-39704. A- to
A [065785] ........................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1373.*BACH: Musical Offering. Harnoncourt/Concentus Musicus Wien. [original instruments]
Telefunken SAWT-9565-B. A- to A [065775] ................................................................................. 7.00
1374.*BACH: Orchestral Suites #1 & #3. Pinnock/The English Concert. [original instruments]
Archiv 2533 411. A- to A(c/c) [058611] .......................................................................................... 7.00
1375.*BACH: Sinfonias from Cantatas (13). Winschermann/Deutsche Bachsolisten. Philips 802
920. A- to A [081588] ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
1376.*BACH: The Four Orchestral Suites. Pinnock/The English Concert (original instruments).
Archiv 2723 072(2). A- to A [077120] ........................................................................................... 13.00
1377.+BALAKIREV: Piano Concerto, Op.1 (Zhilinsky); Islamey; Russia; In Czechia. Gauk/USSR
Sym. [recored 1947-57] Melodiya CM-03557-8. A- [075296] ........................................................ 9.00
1378.*BALAKIREV: Symphony #2. GLAZOUNOV: Cortege Solonelle. Rozhdestvensky/Moscow
Radio Orch. Col-Melodiya M-35155. A- [080329] ........................................................................ 9.00
1379.*BALASSA: (Sandor): Chant of Glarus for Orch; The Island of Everlasting Youth; Tresses
(Kincses, soprano); Motet for Mixed Choir. Lehel/Budapest Sym; Sapszon/Hungarian
Radio-TV Cho. Hungaroton SLPX-12223. A- [077104] ................................................................ 8.00
1380. BARSUKOV: (Sergei): Concerto for Piano #2 (Composer; Boult/NPO); Concerto for Violin
(Tessier; Fremaux/Monte Carlo Opera Orch). Everest 6167. A- [075230] ................................ 8.00
1381.+BARTOK: Bagatelle; Rondo #1; Three Hungarian Folk Tunes; Preludio - All'Ungherese;
Improvisations #1, #2, #6, #7 & #8 on Hungarian Peasant Songs; Three Excerpts from
Mikrokosmos (4-hands, with Ditta Pasztory Bartok); Petite Suite. Composer, piano.
Turnabout THS-65010. A- [075095] ................................................................................................ 9.00
1382. BARTOK: For Children, Volume II - 39 pieces based on Slovakian Folk Tunes. Tibor
Kozma, piano. Bartok BR-920. B(much is A-, but some small scrs) [075412] ............................. 11.00
1383.*BARTOK: Posthumous Piano Works: Concerto for Two Pianos & Percussion (Ditta
Pasztory-Bartok; Erzsebet Tusa; Sandor/Budapest Sym); Suite for Two Pianos, Op.4B
(Pasztory-Bartok; Maria Comensoli). [Pasztory-Bartok was, of course, the composer's
wife; disc comes in fold-open album with extensive notes and photos including one of the
conductor and soloists in the concerto] Hungaroton SLPX-11398. A- [075394] ........................... 23.00
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1384.*BAX: November Woods. HOLST - A Fugal Overture. MOERAN - Sinfonietta. Boult/LPO.
[from Lyrita SRCS-37; TAS 39:146] MHS 1229. A- [061489] ....................................................... 9.00
1385.*BAX: Piano Sonata #2. TIPPETT: Piano Sonata #2. MOZART: Ten Variations on "Unser
Dummer Pobel," K.455. Peter Cooper, piano. Pye GSGC-14085. A- [065408] ............................ 9.00
1386.*BAX: Symphony #7. Leppard/LPO. [from Lyrita SRCS-83; TAS 11:381; 37:171] MHS
3618. A- [073498] ............................................................................................................................. 7.00
1387.*BAX: Winter Legends; Saga Fragment. Fingerhut, piano; Thomson/LPO. [dig] Chandos
ABRD-1195. A- to A(c/c) [077495] ................................................................................................. 7.00
1388.*BAYER: The Fairy Doll (ballet). Gregor/Prague Sym. Supraphon SUAST-50806. A[073934] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1389.*BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerti in E-flat & D (early works). Blumental; Waldhans/Brno
Phil. Auditorium BX-204. A- [075128] ........................................................................................... 9.00
1390.*BEETHOVEN: Rondos (4) & Bagatelles (22; including Op.33, Op.119 & Op.126). Esteban
Sanchez, piano. MHS 1246/47(2). A- [059191] .............................................................................. 9.00
1391. BEETHOVEN: The Nine Symphonies in historic recordings: #1: Pfitzner/BPO; #2:
Kleiber/BPO; #3: Keilberth/Orchester des Reichssenders, Stuttgart; #4:
Mengelberg/ACO; #5: Richard Strauss/BPO; #6: Toscanini/BBC Sym; #7: SchulzDornburg/Berlin Radio Orch; #8: Walter/NYP; #9: Briem; Hongen; Anders; Watzke;
Furtwangler/BPO; Kittel Cho. [German-only notes; never heard of Rudolf SchulzDornberg (Essen Opera director in late 1920's) before!] Top Classic Historia 690/695(6).
A- [056961] ..................................................................................................................................... 45.00
1392. BENTOIU: (Pascal; b.1927): Violin Concerto (Gheorghiu); Piano Concerto #2 (Cosma).
Conta/Roumanian Radio Orch. Electrecord ECE-0248. A-- [064225] ...................................... 11.00
1393.*BERG: Violin Concerto (Zukerman); Three Orchestral Pieces. Boulez/LSO & BBC Sym.
[dig] CBS IM-39741. A-(demo copy) [071273] ............................................................................... 9.00
1394.*BERGMAN: (Erik; b.1911): Aubade. SIBELIUS: Lemminkainen & the Maidens of Saari;
Finlandia. Panula/Helsinki Philharmonic. Finlandia FA-314. A- to A [043567].......................... 5.00
1395.*BERSA: (1873-1934): Sunny Fields (Hubad/Slovene Philharmonic); Moonlight
(Cossetto/KUD Choir). SKERJANC (1900-1973): Concertino for Piano & Strings
(Tomsic-Srebotnjak; Hubad/Slovene Philharmonic). [Yugoslavian composers]
Jerusalem ATD-8202. A- [074911] ................................................................................................ 11.00
1396.*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- [088756] ...................................................................... 18.00
1397.*BLOCH: Israel Symphony (5 vocal soloists in finale); Schelomo (Nelsova). Abravanel/Utah
Sym. Van VCS-10007. A- [077638]................................................................................................. 7.00
1398. BLOCH: Piano Sonata (Richard Cumming); Five Sketches in Sepia; Poems of the Sea
(LeRoy Miller, piano). Music Library MLR-7015. A--(blank cover) [070828]............................ 10.00
1399. BOCCHERINI: Cello Concerto in C (DeCroos); Symphony in C. CAMBINI: Sinfonia
Concertante #1 for Oboe & Bassoon (Storch; Cole). Jenkins/Accademia dell'Orsso
Orch. Period SPL-732. A-(fine copy with original glassine inner sleeve) [054303] ..................... 10.00
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1400. BOCCHERINI: Seven Symphonies. Anderson, Morris, solo violins; Shepherd/Cantilena.
[dig] MHS 837251Y(3). A- [074620] ............................................................................................. 13.00
1401.*BOCCHERINI: Symphonies #6, #8 & #14. Pople/London Festival Orch. [dig; DMM]
Hyperion A-66236. A- to A [058566] .............................................................................................. 9.00
1402.*BOULEZ: Le Marteau sans Maitre. Deroubaix (alto); Composer conducts Ins Ens, inc
Gazzelloni, flute). [Italian-only notes; Grand Prix du Disque] Italia HMI-73116. A- to A
[077585] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1403.*BOULEZ: Pli Selon Pli. Lukomska, soprano; Bergmann, piano; Stingl, guitar; d'Alton,
mandolin; Composer/BBC Sym. Col M-30296. A- [065683] ...................................................... 10.00
1404.*BOYCE: The Eight Symphonies. Thomas/Bournemouth Sinfonietta. MHS 4730. A[080978] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1405.*BRIQUET: (Marc; 1896-1979): Sonata for Violin & Piano (Jaquerod; Zanlonghi); Poemes
for Soprano & Piano (Annen; Zanlonghi). Gallo 30-434. A- to A [058715] ................................. 9.00
1406.*BRITTEN: Occasional Overture; American Overture; Suite on English Folk Tunes; Sinfonia
da Requiem. Rattle/City of Birmingham Sym. [dig; DMM] EMI DFO-38236. A- to
A(c/c) [072880] ............................................................................................................................... 11.00
1407.*BRITTEN: Scottish Ballade for 2 Pianos & Orchestra (Donohoe & Fowke); Young Apollo
for Piano, String Quartet & Strings (Donohoe); Four French Songs (Gomez, soprano);
Canadian Carnival. Rattle/City of Birmingham Sym. [dig] Angel DS-37919. A-(c/c)
[066429] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1408.*BRUCKNER: Symphony #3, #4 & #8 in their first versions (1873, 1874 & 1887 respectively).
Inbal/Frankfurt Radio Orch. [dig] [fascinating and frequently astounding differences
from the well-known editions!] Telefunken 6.35642(4). A- to A [081961] ................................... 35.00
1409.*CAGE: Winter Music. GEORGE FLYNN: Wound. Flynn, piano. [quad] Finnadar QD-9006.
A- [072311] ....................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1410.*CARPENTER: (Vincent): Piano Sonata 1962. MONTE TUBB: Piano Sonata. SCHUBERT:
Impromptu, Op.142, #2. CHOPIN: Ballade in g, Op.23. Donald Betts, piano. Macalester
6-7215. A- [064038].......................................................................................................................... 9.00
1411.*CERNOHORSKY: (Bohuslav Majej; 1684-1742): Organ Works (Fugues in D, g# & a; Rabas,
organ) & Vocal Works (Quare Domine Irasceris; Quem Lapidaverunt; Regina Coeli;
Laudetur Jesus Christus; Veselka/CPO Cho; Prague Ch Soloists). [fold-open cover;
detailed notes booklet] Supraphon SUAST-59664. A- [078442] ..................................................... 9.00
1412.*CHARPENTIER: Messe pour les Instruments au Lieu des Orgues; Medee; Concert a Quatre
Parties; Le Malade Imaginaire (Ouverture du Prologue). Malgloire/la Grande Ecurie et
la Chambre du Roy. Candide CE-31066. FS [047257] .................................................................. 5.00
1413. CHAVEZ: Daughter of Colchis. Composer/Mexican National Sym. [rec 1947] BERNSTEIN:
Fancy Free. Composer/Ballet Theatre Orch. [rec 1944: Bernstein's 1st studio recording
as conductor; inc Billie Holiday singing Big Stuff, recorded later, probably not conducted
by Bernstein] Varese Sara VC-81055. A- [077633] ....................................................................... 12.00
1414.*CHAVEZ: Piano Concerto; 5 Preludes. Rodriguez; Mata/NPO. RCA ARL1-3341. A[076855] .......................................................................................................................................... 13.00
1415.*CHOPIN-FRANCAIX: The Twenty-Four Preludes (orchestrated by Jean Francaix).
Rickenbacher/Berlin Radio Orch. [dig; DMM; pretty interesting, but Stoky outdoes him
on #24!] Schwann VMS-1629. A- to A [081580]........................................................................... 18.00
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1416.*CLEMENTI: Piano Concerto in C. PAISIELLO: Piano Concerto in F. Blumental;
Zedda/Prague New Ch Orch; Torino Sym). Auditorium BX-206. A- [075243].......................... 9.00
1417. CONVERSE: (Frederick Shepherd): The Mystic Trumpeter (Schoenherr/Vienna Sym). JOHN
ALDEN CARPENTER: Skyscrapers (von Zallinger/Vienna Sym). Desto D-407. A[078456] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1418. CORELLI: Concerti Grossi, Op.6 (complete). Hansen/Ch Orch of Societas Musica,
Copenhagen. Bach Guild BG-585/87(3). A- [074622].................................................................... 9.00
1419. COUPERIN: L'Apotheose de Lully. MICHEL CORRETTE: Concerto for Three Flutes.
Lavaillotte; Sagnier; Boo; Maurice Hewitt/His Ch Orch. Epic LC-3383. A- [077178] ........... 10.00
1420.*CZERNY: Haydn Variations (Froschauer/Vienna Ch Orch). RIES: Piano Concerto #3
(Guschlbauer/Salzburg Ch Orch). Blumental, piano). RCA VICS-1501. A- [030925] ............ 10.00
1421.*D'INDY: Wallenstein Trilogy (Wallenstein's Camp; Max & Thecia; Death of Wallenstein);
Istar Variations. Dervaux/Orch Philharmonique des Pays de la Loire. [attractive foldopen album] EMI 2C069-14043. A- [081676] ............................................................................... 12.00
1422.*DA MOTA: (Viana; 1868-1948): Symphony in A, Op.13 ("A Patria"). Pereira/Portuguese
Radio Orch. Imavox IM-40001. A- [072766] ............................................................................... 16.00
1423.*DAVIS: (Carl): Fire & Ice (skating ballet). Composer/LPO. First Night CAST-7. A[077661] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1424.*DEBUSSY: Complete Piano Music Volume 3: Etudes, Books I & II. Demus. MHS OR-D133. A- [078255] ............................................................................................................................... 8.00
1425.*DEBUSSY: Complete Piano Music Volume 8: Reverie; Nocturne; Ballade; Hommage a
Haydn; Danse; Mazurka; Valse Romantique; Danse Bohemienne; Le Petie Negre. Demus.
MHS OR-D-138. A- [078257] .......................................................................................................... 8.00
1426.*DEBUSSY: Jeux; Images (complete). Martinon/ORTF. Angel S-37066. A- [060727] ...................... 7.00
1427.*DEBUSSY: Six Epigraphes Antiques; Sarabande; La Boite a Jouloux. Jordan/Basler
Sinfonie Orch. Erato STGU-71458. A-(c/c) [077652] .................................................................... 9.00
1428.*DEFOSSEZ: (Rene): La Conquete de l'Espace. Ducene/Military Band of the Guides.
Terpsichore 1982 013. FS [051880]................................................................................................ 10.00
1429.*DITTERSDORF: Six Symphonies after Ovid's Metamorphoses. Shepherd/Cantilena. [dig]
Chandos DVRD-2012(2). A- to A [077636]................................................................................... 13.00
1430.*DOHNANYI: Piano Concerto #1. Vazsonyi; Pritchard/NPO. [1st recording] Virtuoso TPLS13052. FS [066694]......................................................................................................................... 11.00
1431.*DUKAS: La Peri. ROUSSEL: Symphony #3. Boulez/NYP. Col M-34201. A- [055556] .................... 9.00
1432.*DUKAS: Piano Sonata in e-flat. Francoise Thinat. Arion 30 A 122. A- to A [065060] .................... 10.00
1433.*DUSEK: Piano Concerti in D & E-flat. Novotny; Pesek/Pardubice State Ch Orch.
Supraphon 1110 2850. A- [078499] ................................................................................................. 9.00
1434. DVORAK: Symphony #1, Op.3. Neumann/Prague Sym. [fold-open jacket; 1st recording]
Artia ALP-140. A--(brief tks mvt 2) [058977] ................................................................................. 9.00
1435.+DVORAK: Symphony #4, Op.13. Neumann/Prague Sym. Artia ALPS-136. A- [042162] ................ 7.00
1436. DVORAK: Symphony #4, Op.13. Neumann/Prague Symphony. Artia ALP-137. FS!
[047348] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
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1437.*EISENMANN: (Will; b.1906): Haikus I & II (Graf, soprano); Piano Works (4). Olivier
Eisenmann, piano (in all). [notes in German and French only] Armida WE-123. A- to A
[077448] .......................................................................................................................................... 13.00
1438. ELGAR: Cockaigne Overture (abridged); Carissima; Dream of Gerontius (2 excerpts); The
Starlight Express (with Mott, bar; Nicholls, sop). Composer/Orch. [recorded acoustically,
1914-1917] Pearl GEM-111. A- [076709] ...................................................................................... 10.00
1439. ELGAR: Images of Elgar: Limited Edition boxed set includes five LP's with the composer
conducting Symphonies #1 & #2; Enigma Variations; Falstaff; Violin Concerto
(Menuhin); Cello Concerto (Beatrice Harrison) and choral works recorded at 1927
Hereford Festival. Also includes Jerrold Northop Moore's book, ELGAR: A Life in
Photographs. EMI RLS-708(5). A- [081381] ............................................................................... 77.00
1440.*ENESCO: Orchestral Suites #1 & #2. Foster/Monte Carlo Philharmonic. [dig] Erato NUM75118. A- to A [074866] ................................................................................................................... 9.00
1441.*FAURE: Shylock (Senechal, tenor); Pavane; Madrigal; Caligula. Almeida/ORTF Ch Orch;
Paris Opera Cho. Inedits 995 012. A- to A [077103] ................................................................... 10.00
1442.*FAWICK: (Thomas): "Musicale 1967." Two marches performed by Harpham/U.S. Marine
Band); Ten short works for violin solo, two violins, or violin & piano (Sidney & Teresa
Harth). Pride (no #). A-- [077731]................................................................................................. 13.00
1443.*FERRER: (Jose; 18th Century): Twelve Sonatas. Cano, piano. [Spanish-only notes] Etnos 02A-IX. A- [078402] ............................................................................................................................ 8.00
1444.*FIELD: Four Piano Sonatas (Op.1, #1-#3; and another in B). Frank Merrick MHS 1529. A[075113] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1445.*FINZI: Clarinet Concerto (Collins); Farewell to Arms; Dies Natalis (Hill, tenor).
Hickox/London Sinfonia. [dig] Virgin VC7-90718-1. A- [077121] .............................................. 8.00
1446.*FOERSTER: Cyrano de Bergerac. Smetacek/CPO. Supraphon 1110 2456. A- [077647] ................... 9.00
1447.*FOERSTER: Symphony #4 ("Easter"). Smetacek/Prague Symphony. Supraphon 1 10 0617.
A-(c/c) [077619]................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1448.*GADE: Piano Music - Sonata in e; Akvareller; Foraarstoner; Arabeske. Bengt Johnsson.
MHS 1480. A- [072321] ................................................................................................................. 10.00
1449.*GLASS: "Dancepieces" - In the Upper Room; Glasspieces #1-#3. Riesman/Instrumental
Ens. CBS FM-39539. A- to A(demo copy) [077101] .................................................................... 10.00
1450.*GLAZOUNOV: From the Kalevala; Overture on Greek Themes #1; Spring; Triumphal March;
Poeme Epique; Cortege Solonnel. Schermerhorn/Hong Kong Phil. [dig] Marco Polo
7001-1. A- to A [070979]................................................................................................................ 10.00
1451.*GLAZOUNOV: King of the Jews (incidental music). Kohler/Stuttgart Phil. [quad] Turn
QTV-34739. A- [055417] ................................................................................................................. 7.00
1452.*GLAZOUNOV: Piano Concerti #1 (Nassedkin; Dshuraitis/USSR Radio Orch) & #2
(Alexejew; Nikolajewskij/USSR Radio Orch). [German-only notes] Melodiya - Eurodisc
200-081-366. A- [072217] ................................................................................................................ 9.00
1453.*GLAZOUNOV: Raymonda (excerpts). Svetlanov/Bolshoi Theatre Orch. Mel-Angel SR40172. A- [057618] ........................................................................................................................... 8.00
1454.*GLAZOUNOV: Symphony #3. Khaikin/USSR Radio Orch. Melodiya 33C-0977-78. A[070742] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
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1455.*GLAZOUNOV: Symphony #4. Rozhdestvensky/USSR Ministry of Culture Sym. Melodiya
A10-00113 006. A- [070740].......................................................................................................... 11.00
1456.*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- [057395].......................................................................................... 10.00
1457.*GLAZOUNOV: Violin Concerto (Snitkovsky; Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio); Piano
Concerto #2 (Alexeyev; Nikolaevsky/Moscow Radio). Melodiya 33C10-08811-C. A[072273] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1458. GLIERE: Symphony #2. Composer/Moscow Radio Orch. Melodiya 03812-13. A- [073899].......... 13.00
1459.*GOTTSCHALK: Symphony, "A Night in the Tropics;" Grand Tarantelle (Nibley, piano).
GOULD: Latin-American Symphonette. Abravanel/Utah Sym. Van SRV-275SD. A[077168] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1460.*GRIFFES: Piano Sonata. IVES: "Three-Page Sonata." DETT (Robert; 1882-1943): In the
Bottoms. Lythgoe, piano. Philips 9500 096. A- to A [078245] ....................................................... 9.00
1461.*HANDEL: Concerti Grossi, Op.6 (complete). Salter/Guildhall String Ens. [dig] MHS
932581T(3). A- [074623] ................................................................................................................ 13.00
1462.*HANDEL: Concerti Grossi, Op.6 (complete). Harnoncourt/Vienna Concentus Musicus.
[dig] MHS 932021(3). A- [080976] ................................................................................................ 12.00
1463.*HANDEL: Overture in D; Concerto Grosso in D; Oboe Concerti in g & B-flat (Sous).
Linde/Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. Archiv 2533 079. FS [052031] ......................................... 10.00
1464.*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 [080538] ........... 12.00
1465.*HAYDN: (Michael): Symphonies #19 & #23. Farberman/Bournemouth Sinfonietta. [dig]
Turn D-TV-34902. A- [053636] ....................................................................................................... 6.00
1466.*HAYDN: (Michael): Symphonies in G and A; Violin Concerto in A (Armon). Jones/London
Little Orch. Pye GSGC-14131. A- to A [059666]......................................................................... 10.00
1467.*HAYDN: Sinfonia Concertante, Op.84; Two Concerti for Lira, 2 Violins, 2 Violas, 2 Horns &
Bass. Faerber/Wurttemberg Ch Orch. Turn TVS-34418. FS [054674] ....................................... 7.00
1468.*HAYDN: Symphony # 39 & #47. Tatrai/Hungarian Ch Orch. Hungaroton SLPX-11576. A[077848] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1469.*HAYDN: Symphony # 59 & #70. Blum/Esterhazy Orch. Vanguard VSD-71161. A-(demo
copy) [077822] .................................................................................................................................. 9.00
1470.*HAYDN: Symphony # 75 & #81. Blum/Esterhazy Orch. Vanguard VSD-71138. A[077607] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1471.*HAYDN: Symphony # 94 & #103. Leppard/LPO. MHS 4599. A- [080992] ...................................... 8.00
1472.*HAYDN: Symphony #101 - #104. Leppard/Scottish Chamber Orch. [dig; DMM] MHS
827372(2). A- to A [080989] .......................................................................................................... 12.00
1473.*HEINRICH: (Anthony Philip; 1781-1861): The Ornithological Combat of Kings
(Keene/Syracuse Sym). GOTTSCHALK: Night in the Tropics (Two-Piano transcription)
(Anthony & Joseph Paratore). New World NW-208. A- [040968] ............................................ 10.00
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1474.*HENSELT: Piano Concerto in f, Op.16 (Maga/Philharmonia Hungarica); Twelve Etudes
Characteristiques (piano solo). Michael Ponti. Candide CE-31011. A- [076920] .......................... 8.00
1475.*HERZ: (Henri; 1806-1888): Variations on March from I Puritani; Variations on La Parisienne;
Etude. FRANZ HUNTEN (1793-1878): Etude; Variations on music from Elisir, Norma,
Belisario; Grand Valse Brillante; Galop. Frank Cooper, piano. Genesis GS-1006. FS
[046379] ............................................................................................................................................ 6.00
1476.*HOFFMEISTER: (Franz; 1754-1812): Piano Concerto in D, Op.24. GEORG VOGLER:
Marlborough Variations. Blumenthal, piano; Zedda/Prague New Ch Orch. Turn TVS34285. FS [054630]........................................................................................................................... 9.00
1477.*HOLMBOE: (Vagn; 1909-96): Symphony #8, ("Sinfonia Boreale.") PER NORGAARD:
Constellations. Semkow/Royal Danish Orch. Turn TVS-34168. A- [070796] ............................ 11.00
1478. HONEGGER: Concertino for Piano & Orchestra. Levant; Reiner/Col Sym. DEBUSSY:
Prelude to Afternoon of a Faun. DUKAS: Sorcerer's Apprentice. Ormandy/Phila. [10inch] Col ML-2156. B(Faun is C) [071165] ................................................................................... 11.00
1479.*HOSSEIN: (Aminollah): Mosaiques (ten piano pieces). Bernard Ringeissenh, piano.
[French-only notes] Edici ED-52721. A- [066534] .......................................................................... 9.00
1480.*HOVHANESS: Symphony #19 ("Vishnu"). Composer/Sevan Philharmonic. Poseidon Soc
1012. A- [070727] ........................................................................................................................... 11.00
1481.*HUMMEL: Military Septet; Octet. JURAJ DRUZECKY (1745-1819): Partita #4.
Pavlik/Bratislava Chamber harmony. Opus 9111 0409. A- [054779] ......................................... 9.00
1482.*HURLEBUSCH: (Konrad; 1696-1765): Concerto in a. TELEMANN: Concerto Grosso in D;
Ouverture in a. Muller-Brull/Capella Clementina. Philips 9502 064. FS [055619] ..................... 9.00
1483.*IRELAND: "John Ireland - His Friends and Pupils." Piano works by IRELAND (Columbine; 3
Pastels; Ballade of London Nights; Almond Tree); BLISS (Sonata); RAWSTHORNE
(Bagatelles); MOEREN (3 Fancies); BRITTEN (Holiday Diary); EUGENE GOOSSENS
(4 Conceits); CYRIL SCOTT (Sonata #3); ALAN BUSH (Esquisse; Le Quatorze Juillet);
GEOFFREY BUSH (Sonatine #1). Eric Parkin, piano. [dig; DMM] Chandos DBRD2006(2). A- to A [075193] .............................................................................................................. 18.00
1484.*IRELAND: Piano Concerto in E-Flat; Mai-Dun, Symphonic Rhapsody; Legend for Piano &
Orchestra. Parkin; Thomson/LPO. [dig] Chandos ABRD-1174. A- [075213].............................. 9.00
1485.*IRELAND: Piano Music: Decorations; Four Preludes; Prelude in E-Flat; Rhapsody; The
Towing Path; Merry Andrew; London Pieces. Eric Parkin. [from Lyrita SRCS-87] A[075420] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1486.*JANACEK: Theme with Variations; Sonata, "October 1, 1905;" Three Moravian Dances;
Reminiscence; In the Mist. Kvapil, piano. Panton 11 0213. FS [054449] ....................................... 7.00
1487.*JOLIVET: Cello Concerto #2 (Rostropovich); Five Ritual Dances. Composer/ORTF. MHS
1371. A- [055577] ........................................................................................................................... 15.00
1488. KABALEVSKY: Romeo & Juliet (Musical Sketches to Shakespeare's Tragedy).
Composer/USSR Radio Orch. MK 1546. B+(occ tks) [075168] ................................................. 10.00
1489. KABALEVSKY: Symphony #2. Rachmilovich/ASCR. [10-inch] Capitol L-8032. B [078584].......... 6.00
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1490.*KALLIWODA: (Johann Wenzel; 1801-66): Symphony #1. JAN VACLAV TOMASEK
(1774-1850): Piano Concerto #1 (Toperczer). Rohan/Prague Sym. Candide CE-31073.
A- [075257] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1491. KARAYEV: (Kara): Symphony #3. Barshai/Moscow Ch Orch. [10-inch] Melodiya 1753334. A-- [071205].............................................................................................................................. 11.00
1492.*KARAYEV: (Kara): The Path of Thunder, Suite #1 (Svetlanov/Bolshoi Theatre Orch); Don
Quixote (Gauk/USSR State Sym). Melodiya C-01701-2. A- [064046]........................................ 13.00
1493.*KELEMEN: (Milko): Compose for 2 Pianos & Orch (Kontarskys; Bour/Orch; Floreal
(Slothouwer/German Radio); Changeant for Cello & Orch (Palm; Dohnanyi/German
Radio); Hommage a Schutz (Cianella, soprano); Surprise (Kelemen/Berlin Radio).
Philips 6500 314. A- to A [070649] ................................................................................................ 11.00
1494.*KHACHATURIAN: Symphony #1. Berladini/Palermo Sym. [presumably, as with most
Aries discs, these artist names are psesudonyms; the bio of the conductor is quite
dramatic!] Aires LP-1608. A- [070883].......................................................................................... 11.00
1495. KIRCHNER: Piano Concerto (Composer; Mitropoulos/NYP). SCHUMAN: Credendum
(Ormandy/Phila). [Late Columbia Special Service Records issue in blank jacket without
notes] Col CML-5185. A- [077778] ................................................................................................. 9.00
1496.*KLAMI: (Uuno; 1900-61): Violin Concerto (Talvi); Sea Pictures. Bister/Kouvola City Orch.
Finlandia FA-334. A-(c/c) [064006] ................................................................................................. 9.00
1497.*KNUSSEN (Oliver; b.1952): Symphony #2 (Barry, soprano); Trumpets (for soprano [Hirst]
& 3 clarinets); Coursing (for ch orch); Cantata (for oboe & string trio). Composer/London
Sinfonietta. [dig] Unicorn Kanchana DKP-9027. A- to A(c/c) [070647]........................................ 8.00
1498.*KOSTA: (Ensio): Music of Middle Earth (based on Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings.") Bergman,
soprano (singing inthe "Quenyan language," where lyrics appear); Composer/Orch.
Finlandia FA-909. A- to A [077393] .............................................................................................. 13.00
1499.*LAJTHA: (Laszlo): Sinfonietta for Strings (Tatrai/Hungarian Ch Orch); Quartet #10
(Tatrai Quartet). Hungaroton SLPX-12018. A- [067192].............................................................. 9.00
1500.*LALO: Piano Concerto (Gielen/Vienna Volksoper). SAINT-SAENS: Concerto #5
(Swarowsky/Vienna Sym). Frugoni (both). Turnabout TVS-34423. A- [075417]........................ 9.00
1501.*LARSSEN: Pastoral Suite. FRANCESCO UTTINI: Kineserna, Ballet Suite. JOHAN
ROMAN: Concerto for Oboe & Strings (Gillblad). Bjorlin/Stockholm Philharmonic.
Odeon CSDS-1084. A- [064031] ...................................................................................................... 9.00
1502.*LECLAIR: Violin Concerti Op.7, #3, 4, & 6. Jodry; Werner/Fontainebleau Ch Orch. MHS
3163. A- [077805] ............................................................................................................................. 6.00
1503.*LECLAIR: Violin Concerti: Op.7, #4 and Op.10, #5. JACQUES AUBERT: Violin Concerti;
Op.17, #1 & #2. Weiner; Ludzuweit/Hamburg Ch Orch. Turn TVS-34212. FS [052821] ....... 10.00
1504.*LILBURN: (1915-2001): Symphony #3 (1961); Aotearoa Overture (Hopkins/New Zealand
Broadcasting Corp Orch). DAVID FARQUHAR (b.1928): Symphony (1959).
Matteucci/NZBC. Oryx 1900. A- [069149] .................................................................................. 15.00
1505.*LIPATTI: Concertino in Classical Style; Rumanian Dances. Blumental; Cillario/Milan Phil.
Everest 3166. A- [075181] ................................................................................................................ 9.00
1506.*LISZT: Tasso; Hungaria. Ferencsik/Hungarian State Orch. Hungaroton SLPX-11684. A[083614] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
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1507.*LOEVENDIE: (Theo; b.1930): Flexio (Eotvis/Residentie Orch). KLASS DE VRIES
(b.1944): Areas (Zinman; Rotterdam Philharmonic; Cho). Composers' Voice 8301. Ato A [057080] .................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1508.*LOVENSKIOLD: (Herman; 1815-70): La Sylphide (music for the Bournonville ballet).
Garforth/Royal Danish Orch. [dig; DMM] Chandos ABRD-1200. A- to A [058676] ............... 11.00
1509.*MACDOWELL: Piano Sonata #4 ("Keltic"); First Modern Suite (1881). Fierro, piano.
Nonesuch N-71399. A- [080904].................................................................................................... 10.00
1510. MACDOWELL: Sonata Tragica; Sonata Eroica. Perry O'Neil, piano. SPA 63. B++ [072294] ......... 21.00
1511. MACHAVARIANI: (Alexie; b.1913): Violin Concerto (Vaiman; Dmitriadi/USSR Radio
Orch). MECHISLAV KARLOVICH (1876-1909): Violin Concerto (Barinova;
Kondrashin/USSR Sym). West XWN-18535. B++ [070818] ...................................................... 14.00
1512.*MAHLER: Symphony # 1. Kletzki/VPO. [with infamous cut in finale!] Electrola 1C037-03
257. A- to A [075953] ..................................................................................................................... 11.00
1513.*MAHLER: Symphony # 3. Baltsa; Maazel/VPO. [dig; Dutch pressings] CBS I2M-42178(2).
A- to A(demo copy) [078244]......................................................................................................... 14.00
1514.*MAHLER: Symphony # 3. Ludwig; Neumann/CPO & Cho; Kuhn Boys Cho. [dig] ProArte
2PAD-206(2). A- [081022] ............................................................................................................. 12.00
1515.*MAHLER: Symphony # 4. Marshall; Gibson/Scottish National Orchestra. [dig] MHS
4515. A- [081010] ............................................................................................................................. 9.00
1516.*MAHLER: Symphony # 4. Schwarzkopf; Klemperer/PO. [blue labels] Angel S-35829. A[073862] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1517.*MAHLER: Symphony # 6. Karajan/BPO. DGG 2707 106(2). A- to A [081938] ............................. 15.00
1518.*MAHLER: Symphony # 9. Ludwig/LSO. Everest SDBR-3050(2). A- [078252]............................... 14.00
1519.*MAHLER: Symphony # 9. Neumann/CPO. [dig] ProArte 2PAD-207(2). A- [080825] .................... 12.00
1520.*MAHLER: Das Klagende Lied. Hodgson; Dose; Tear; Rae; Rattle/City of Birmingham
Sym & Cho. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38159. A- to A [080840] ..................................................... 10.00
1521.*MALDERE: (Pierre van; 1729-68): Four Symphonies. Jakus/Les Solistes de Liege. Archiv
198 379. A- to A [078369] ................................................................................................................ 9.00
1522.*MARTIN: Concerto for Harpsichord (Jaccottet); Ballade for Piano & Orchestra (Benda);
Ballade for Trombone & Orchestra (Rosin). Composer/Lausanne Ch Orch. Candide CE31065. A- [076728] ......................................................................................................................... 13.00
1523.*MARTIN: Petite Symphonie Concertante. DEBUSSY: Danses Sacree et Profane. RAVEL:
Introduction & Allegro. Otterloo/Sydney Sym. Chandos ABR-1060. A- to A [059972]............. 10.00
1524. MARTIN/WILDER: Grandma Moses Suite. [Suite of music from Falcon Films release,
"Grandma Moses;" musical score by Hugh Martin; orchestrated by Alec Wilder; orchestra
conducted by Daniel Saidenberg] Col ML-2185. D(lousy, but a very scarce & unusual
item) [072246]................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1525.*MARTINU: Concertino for Piano Trio & Strings (Suk; Chuchro; Panenka;
Neumann/CPO); Sinfonietta Giocosa for Piano & Small Orch (Panenka; Kosler/CPO).
[quad] Supraphon 4 10 2198. A- [070901] ..................................................................................... 11.00
1526. MARTINU: Toccata e Due Canzoni; Sinfonieta La Jolla. Prague Ch Orch (no conductor).
Supraphon SUA-10135. A- [070909] ............................................................................................... 9.00
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1527.*MASSENET: Concerto for Piano (A.Drescher); Scenes Pittoresques; Thais Meditation.
W.Richter/Hamburg Sym (in all). Summit SUM-5080. A- [075234] ........................................... 8.00
1528.*MASSENET: Piano Concerto. SAINT-SAENS: Piano Fantasy, "Africa." GOUNOD: Piano
Fantasy on the Russian National Hymn. Dosse; Landau/Westphalian Sym. [quad]
Candide QCE-31088. A- [075112] ................................................................................................. 10.00
1529.*MAYAZUMI: (Toshiro): Bacchanale; Phonologie Symphonique. YASUSHI AKUTAGAWA:
Music for Symphony Orchestra; Triptique for String Orchestra. Mori/Tokyo Symphony.
[blue labels] Angel S-36577. A- [068798]...................................................................................... 15.00
1530.*MENDELSSOHN: (Fanny): Melodies (5) for Piano Solo. CLARA SCHUMANN: Scherzo #2;
Romance #1; Improptu; Variations on a Theme of Robert Schumann; Four Polonaises.
Judith Alstadter, piano. MHS 4163. A- [058368] ........................................................................ 10.00
1531.*MESSIAEN: Oiseaux Exotiques; La Bouscarle; Reveil des Oiseaux. Loriod, piano;
Neumann/CPO. [Messiaen credited as "artistic leader," which I expect means he
supervised the sessions] Candide CE-31002. A- [079762]............................................................. 10.00
1532.*MILHAUD: Introduction & Marche Funebre (Composer/Paris Philharmonic); Le Chateau
du Feu (Gouverne/ORTF Cho); Suite Provencale (Baudo/PCO). [French-only notes] Le
Chant du Monde LDX-78325. A- [077117] ................................................................................... 13.00
1533. MILHAUD: Symphony #3 (with Brasseur Chorale); Two Piano Concerto (Marika/Joy).
Composer/PCO (in both). West WST-17101. A- [076908] .......................................................... 15.00
1534.*MOMPOU: (Federico; 1893-1987): Vol. 2, Piano Music: Suburbis; Magic Chants; Faraway
Festivals; Landscapes. Composer, piano. MHS 3463. A- [078195] ................................................ 9.00
1535.*MOMPOU: (Federico; 1893-1987): Vol. 5, Piano Music: Silent Music, Volumes I - IV.
Composer, piano. MHS 3466. A- [078198] ..................................................................................... 9.00
1536.*MONRAD-JOHANSEN: (David): Pan. HARALD SAEVERUD: Sinfonia Dolorosa. KNUT
NYSTEDT: The Burnt Sacrifice (text from 1st Kings 18). Gill, narrator in Nystedt;
Andersen/Bergen Sym (and cho in Nystedt). Philips 6507 007. A- to A [077887]...................... 13.00
1537.*MONTERO: (Joaquin): Four Sonatas; Ten Minuets. Ruiz-Pipo, piano. [Spanish-only notes]
Etnos 02-A-XXXI. A- to A [059161] ............................................................................................... 9.00
1538.*MOSCHELES: La Tenerezza; Gigue; Sonata Melancholique; La Petite Babillarde; 3 Etudes;
La Leggerezza. Philip Challis, piano. Revolution RCF-004. FS [054667] ..................................... 9.00
1539.*MOSCHELES: Piano Concerto, Op.58 (Maga/Philharmonia Hungarica); Etudes (10; from
Opp.70 & 95). Ponti. Candide CE-31010. A- [075237]................................................................... 9.00
1540.*MOSZKOWSKI: Piano Concerto in E-flat, Op.59. Bar-Illan; Antonini/BVRS. Audiofon
2006. A- [077129] ........................................................................................................................... 10.00
1541. MOZART: Divertimenti, K.Anh.226, 227 & 229, #1. Vienna Philharmonic Wind Group.
West W-9059. A-(c/c) [077831] ....................................................................................................... 9.00
1542.*MOZART: Serenade # 7. Maier, violin & conducting Collegium Aureum. BASF KHB29310. FS [053663]......................................................................................................................... 10.00
1543.*MOZART: Symphonies #25 - #41. Bohm/BPO. [In deluxe oversize box] DGG SKL-109
173/79(7). A- to A(moderate stains on box spine) [065652] .......................................................... 24.00
1544.*MOZART: Symphony in F, K.19a. KARL JOSEPH TOESCHI (1731-1778): Symphony in D.
ROCHUS DEDLER (1779-1822): Symphony in D. Keller/Convivium Musicum
Munchen. [first recordings of all works] Bavaria MB-80 702. A- [073894]................................. 12.00
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1545.*MUFFAT: (Georg; 1653-1704): Three Suites: Gratitudo, Impatientia & Constantia; Concerti
Grossi in G and e. Sulyok/Budapest Philharmonic Ch Orch. Qualiton SLPX-11324. A[053640] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1546.*NEIKRUG: (Marc; b.1946): Through Roses (music drama for actor & eight solo instruments).
Quadflieg, speaker; Zukerman, violin; Composer, piano; Eschenbach/Ens. [dig] DGG
415 983-1. A- to A [070763]........................................................................................................... 14.00
1547. NIELSEN: Pan & Syrinx; Flute Concerto (Birkelund); At the Bier of a Young Artist; Hymnus
Amoris. Thomas Jensen/Danish Radio Orch (with Guldbaek; Moller; chorus in
"Hymnus;" all from live concerts, 1958/59] Danacord DACO-155. A- to A [058457] ................... 9.00
1548.*NIELSEN: Symphony #1 & #4. Berglund/Royal Danish Orch. [dig] RCA RL-87701. A[077695] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1549. NIELSEN: Symphony #1. Jensen/Danish Radio Orch. [1st recording of the piece; excellent
performance and recording; very solid sound!] Decca ACL-279. A- [052675] ............................. 12.00
1550. NIELSEN: Symphony #1. Jensen/Danish State Radio Orch. [first recording; strong
performance with especially nice low brass] London LL-635. B++ [072398] ............................... 14.00
1551.*NIELSEN: Symphony #2; Little Suite for Strings. Garaguly/Tivoli Concert Hall Sym.
[terrific performance - short-lived first US issue of the first stereo recording of the work]
Vox STPL-512.550. A- [072390] ................................................................................................... 13.00
1552. NIELSEN: Symphony #2; Little Suite for Strings. Garaguly/Tivoli Concert Hall Sym. [Mono
copy of the original Danish issue; Danish-only notes] Fona LPK-510. A- [075362]....................... 9.00
1553. NIELSEN: Symphony #3. Tuxen/Danish Radio Sym. [1st recording of the work] London
LLP-100. B- [069429]....................................................................................................................... 5.00
1554.*NIELSEN: Symphony #4. Markevitch/Royal Danish Orch. Turn TVS-34050. A- [076823] ............ 8.00
1555.*NIELSEN: Symphony #4; Pan & Syrinx. Rattle/City of Birmingham Sym. [dig; DMM]
Angel DS-38237. A-(c/c) [074917] .................................................................................................. 9.00
1556. NIELSEN: Symphony #5; Maskarade Overture. Jensen/Danish Radio Sym. London LL-1143.
B to B+ [069474] .............................................................................................................................. 8.00
1557.*NONO: Sofferte onde Serene (for piano & tape; Pollini, piano); A Floresta a Jovern e Cheja
de Vida (for soprano, voices, clarinet, copper plates & tape; Canino/Ens). DGG 2531 004.
A- to A [070752] ............................................................................................................................. 14.00
1558.*NYSTEDT: (Knut): Pia Memoria, Requiem for Nine Brass Instruments (Composer/Ens);
Lucis Creator Optime (vocal soloists; Composer/Oslo Philharmonic; Cho); Resurrexit
(Composer, organ). Philips 6507 061. A- to A [068816] .............................................................. 13.00
1559.*NYSTROEM: (Gosta): Sinfonia del Mare. Soderstrom; Westerberg/Swedish Radio Orch.
Swedish Society Discofil SLT-33207. A- [078620] ....................................................................... 12.00
1560.*ORDONEZ: (Carlos; 1734-86): Three Sinfonias. Blazquez/Nova Schola Pratensis. [Spanishonly notes] Etnos 02-A-XVI. A- to A [059166] ............................................................................... 9.00
1561. OVSIANIKO-KULIKOVSKY: (Nikolai; 1768-1846): Symphony #21 (Mravinsky/Leningrad
Phil). MOSSAIYE VAINBERG (b.1919): Serenade (Gauk/State Radio Orch). West
XWN-18191. A- [082008] .............................................................................................................. 15.00
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1562.*PADEREWSKI: Piano Concerto. LUDOMIR ROZYCKI (1884-1953): Ballade for Piano &
Orchestra. Hesse-Bukowska; Krenz/Polish Radio Orch. Muza STXL-0196. A-[064539] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1563.*PADEREWSKI: Symphony in b, "Polonia." Wodiczko/Pomeranian Philharmonic
Symphony in Bydgoszcz. Muza SXL-0968. A- [065033]............................................................. 14.00
1564.*PANUFNIK: Sinfonia Sacra; Sinfonia Rustica. Composer/Monte Carlo Opera Orch.
Unicorn UN1-75026. A- [069550].................................................................................................... 8.00
1565.*PAPINEAU-COUTURE: Complementarite. SCHUMANN: Etudes Symphoniques. Jean-Paul
Sevilla, piano. Radio Canada 384. A-- [057985] .............................................................................. 9.00
1566.*PART: Cantus (Davies/Stuttgart State Orch); Fratres (Kremer; Jarrett); Tabula Rasa
(Kremer; Grindenko; Schnittke; Sondeckis/Lithuanian Ch Orch); Fratres (12 Cellists
of BPO). ECM 25011-1. A-(no snd fr superficial mark sd 2) [070984] ........................................ 14.00
1567.*PENDERECKI: A Portrait: Misc artists in these works: Emanationen; Miniatures for Violin
& Piano; String Quartet; Stabat Mater; Sonata for Cello & Strings; Miserere. Candide CE31071. A- [066132] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
1568.*PETTERSON: Concerto #1 for String Orch. INGVAR LIDHOLM (b.1921): Nausicaa Alone.
Soderstrom, soprano & Swedish Radio Cho (in Lidholm); Westerberg/Swedish Radio
Orch (in both). Caprice CAP-1110. A- to A [067333]..................................................................... 9.00
1569.*PETTERSSON: Symphony #12 ("The Dead in the Marketplace"). Larsson/Stockholm
Philharmonic; Cho. Caprice CAP-1127. A- [068509] ................................................................... 8.00
1570.*POULENC: Concerto for Two Pianos (Tacchino; Ringeissen); Concert Champetre (Brosse,
harpsichord). Pretre/Monte-Carlo Phil. [dig] Angel DS-38122. A- to A(demo copy)
[078528] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1571.*POULENC: Les Soirees de Nazelles; Theme Varie; Villageoises; Intermezzi #1-#3; 3 more
short pieces. Tacchino, piano. [nice fold-open album] Pathe 2C069-73101. A- [077655] ............. 9.00
1572.*POULENC: Suite from Les Biches; Concerto Champetre (de Wiele, harpsichord; PCO);
Gloria (Carteri, soprano; ORTF & Cho). Pretre (cond in all). [drm; DMM] Angel AE34492. A- to A [075289] ................................................................................................................. 11.00
1573.*POULENC: The Story of Babar. TIBOR HARSANYI: The Story of the Little Tailor. Ustinov,
narrator; Pretre/PCO. Angel S-36357. A- [030903] ..................................................................... 10.00
1574. PROKOFIEV: Symphony #2. Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch. MK 1583. B+(clean
copy of typical MK pressing) [076835] ............................................................................................ 7.00
1575.*PROKOFIEV: Symphony #2. Kosler/CPO. ProArte PAL-1055. A- [073817] .................................... 8.00
1576.*RACHMANINOFF: Symphony #1 - #3; The Rock, Op.6; Isle of the Dead. de
Waart/Rotterdamn Philharmonic. Philips 6768 148(4). A- to A [080792]................................ 16.00
1577.*RACHMANINOFF: Symphony #3. Svetlanov/Moscow Radio Orch. Mel-Angel SR-40117.
A- [031562] ....................................................................................................................................... 7.00
1578.*RAFF: Suite in d for Piano Solo. Adrian Ruiz. Genesis GS-1009. A- [076910] .................................. 8.00
1579.*RAMEAU: Dardanus - Extended Orchestral Suite. Gardiner/English Baroque Soloists. [dig]
Erato NUM-75040. A- to A(demo copy) [058841] .......................................................................... 9.00
1580. RAWSTHORNE: Piano Concerto #2. Curzon; Sargent/LSO. [10-inch] London LPS-513. B
[071162] .......................................................................................................................................... 14.00
1581.*REGER: Concerto for Piano. Steven Mayer; Bour/Hague Philharmonic. Leonarda LPI-113.
A- [075065] ..................................................................................................................................... 11.00
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1582.*REGER: Seven Fantasy Pieces; Seven Character Pieces. Laugs, piano. MHS 3098. A[080859] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1583.*REGER: Seven Silhouettes, Op.53; Five Humoresques, Op.20; Variations & Fugue on a
Theme of Bach. Laugs, piano. Da Camera SM-92703. A- [065574]............................................... 9.00
1584.*REGER: Ten Pieces, Op.44; Six Preludes & Fugues, Op.99. Laugs, piano. MHS 3097. A[080856] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1585.*RESPIGHI: Belfagor Overture; Pines & Fountains of Rome. Gardelli/LSO. [quad] Angel S37402. A- [059572] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
1586.*RESPIGHI: Concerto Gregoriano for Violin & Orchestra (Nishizaki); Poema Autunnale.
Hoey/Singapore Sym. [dig] Marco Polo 6.220152. A- to A [064033] ......................................... 11.00
1587.*RESPIGHI: Concerto in Modo Misolidio for Piano & Orchestra (Fredman/Sydney Sym);
Three Preludes on Gregorian Themes (piano solo). Hanke, piano. Marco Polo 6.220176.
A- to A [070721] ............................................................................................................................. 11.00
1588. REVUELTAS: Redes; Sensemaya. CHAVEZ: Sinfonia India. HERRERA DE LA FUENTE:
Fronteras (ballet suite). Herrera de la Fuente/Mexican National Sym. [Mexican issue Spanish-only notes] Musart MCD-3017. A-- [072376] .................................................................. 21.00
1589. RODGERS: South Pacific - Symphonic Scenario. COLE PORTER: Kiss Me, Kate - Selection
for Orchestra. [both arranged by Robert Russell Bennett] Kurtz/Houston Sym. [10-inch]
Col ML-2104. B [072253] ................................................................................................................ 9.00
1590.*ROSENBERG: Symphony #2 (Blomstedt/Stockholm Philarmonic). DAG WIREN:
Symphony #4 (Ehrling/Swedish Radio Orch). Turn TVS-34436. A- [066460] ............................ 9.00
1591.*ROSSEAU (Norbert; 1907-75): Sicilienne for Violin & Piano; Overture for a Comedy;
Allegories (Children's Cho & Orch). Devos/Orch. Eufoda 1044. A- [077738]............................. 13.00
1592.*ROUSSEL: Piano Concerto. HONEGGER: Concertino for Piano & Orch. POULENC:
Aubade. Krajny, piano; Prague Ch Orch. [quad] Supra 1410 2705. A- [077737] ........................ 9.00
1593. ROZYCKI: (Ludomir; 1884-1953): Symphonic Poems - Boleslaw the Bold; Stanczyk
(Symphonic Scherzo); Anhelli. Satanowski/Poznan Phiharmonic. Muza XL-0225. A-[070885] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1594.*RUBBRA: Symphony #10; Improvisations on Virginal Pieces by Giles Farnaby; Tribute for
Ralph Vaughan Williams on His 70th Birthday. Schonzeler / Bournemouth Sinfonietta.
[drm; DMM] Chandos CBR-1023. A- [077682] .............................................................................. 9.00
1595.*SAGAYEV: (Dimiter): Symphony #3 ("Khan Asparouh.") Misc vocal soloists & narr;
Stefanov/Bulgarian Radio Orch. Balkanton BCA-1300/437. A- [070882]................................. 10.00
1596.*SAINT-SAENS: Phaeton; Le Jeunesse d'Hercule; Le Rouet d'Omphale; Danse Macabre.
Dervaux; Paris Orchestra. [nice fold-open album; notes in French only] French EMI
2C069-12045. A- [081621] ............................................................................................................. 12.00
1597. SAINT-SAENS: Symphony #2 (Goehr/Netherlands Phil); Cello Concerto (Tortelier;
Goehr/Zurich Tonhalle Orch). Concert Hall CHS-1180. B- [063223] ......................................... 7.00
1598.*SATIE: Parade; Relache; Gymnopedies #1 & 3. Auriacombe/PCO. [blue labels] Angel S36486. A- [073864] ......................................................................................................................... 11.00
1599.*SCHOENBERG: Suite, Op.29; Verklaerte Nacht. Boulez/Ensemble InterContemporain.
[dig] CBS IM-39566. A- to A [081005] ......................................................................................... 10.00
1600.*SCHONBERG: Variations for Orchestra; Survivor from Warsaw (Reich); Accompaniment to
a Cinematographic Scene; Five Pieces. Boulez/BBC Sym. CBS M-35882. A- [074564]............... 9.00
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1601.*SCHULLER: Symphony; Quartet for Doublebasses. Johanos/Dallas Symphony. Turn TVS34412. A- [075973] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
1602.*SCHUMANN: (Clara): Piano Trio in g; Piano pieces: Souvenir of Vienna, Praeludium &
Fugue in g, 7 Variations in f#. von Saalfeld, piano; Koschelny, violin; Rieth, cello. MHS
1339. A- [077826] ............................................................................................................................. 9.00
1603.*SCRIABIN: Piano Concerto (Drewanz/Hamburg Sym); Sonata #5; Poeme Satanique; Waltz;
Prelude & Nocturne. Ponti, piano. Candide CE-31040. A- [073944] .............................................. 8.00
1604.*SERLY: Viola Concerto; Concerto for Violin, Wind Symphony & Percussion; Dulcissima
Mia Vita (after Gesualdo). Vardi; Serly/Vienna Sym. MHS 3306. A- [056328]......................... 11.00
1605.*SHANKAR: Garland of Ragas (Sitar Concerto #2). Shankar; Mehta/LPO. [dig] Angel DS37935. A-(c/c) [077125].................................................................................................................. 10.00
1606. SHOSTAKOVICH: Ballet Suites #1 - #3. Gauk & Stassevich/USSR Radio Orch. Classic
Edit CE-3012. A-- [071546] ........................................................................................................... 10.00
1607.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 5. Previn/LSO. [fold-open album] RCA LSC-2866. A[068247] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1608.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 9; Suite from Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District; Festive
Overture. Jarvi/Scottish National Orch. [dig] Chandos ABRD-1279. A- to A [081568] ............. 9.00
1609.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony #14. Holleque; Storojev; Turovsky/I Musici de Montreal.
[dig] Chandos ABRD-1232. A- [077646]......................................................................................... 8.00
1610. SHOSTAKOVICH: The Gadfly (suite from the film). E.Khachaturian/USSR Sym. Bruno
BR-14078. A-- [070656] ................................................................................................................. 10.00
1611.*SIEGMEISTER: Concerti for Flute (Lloyd) & Clarinet (Brymer). Composer/LSO
Members. Turnabout TVS-34640. A- [078429] ............................................................................ 11.00
1612.*SMETANA: Polkas & Czech Dances (24). Novotny, piano. Supraphon 11111901/2(2). A[069366] .......................................................................................................................................... 13.00
1613.*SPISAK: (Michel; 1914-65): Symphonie Concertante #2; Concerto Giocoso.
Wislocki/Warsaw Phil. Muza SXL-0726. A- [070970] ................................................................ 14.00
1614. STAMIC: (Jan Vaclav): Symphony in D. STAMIC (Karel): Orchestral Quartet in F.
ANTONIN FILS: Symphony in g. FRANTISEK XAVER RICHTER: Sinfonia da Camera.
Prague Ch Orch (without conductor). [#16 of Musica Antiqua Bohemica collection; foldopen album with nice booklet] Supraphon SUA-19148. B [074662] ............................................... 9.00
1615.*STANLEY: (John; 1713-86): Five Concerti from Op.2. Hurwitz/Hurwitz Ch Orch. OiseauLyre SOL-315. A-- [055494] ............................................................................................................ 9.00
1616.*STENHAMMAR: Symphony #2. Westerberg/Stockholm Philharmonic. Caprice CAP-1151.
A- to A [069121] ............................................................................................................................... 8.00
1617.*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 [066112] .................................................................................................... 9.00
1618.*STRAVINSKY: Agon; Canticum Sacrum. Composer/Los Angeles Festival Orch & Cho.
Odyssey Y-35227. A-(c/c) [058673]................................................................................................. 7.00
1619.*STRAVINSKY: Le Sacre du Printemps. Composer/Col Sym. Col MS-6319. A-(early "2eyes" labels) [051201] ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
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1620.*SUK: Fairy Tale Suite; Fantastic Scherzo. Suk, violin; Belohlavek/Prague Radio Orch.
[quad] Supra 1410 2699. A- [066341] ............................................................................................ 10.00
1621.*SUK: Praga (Symphonic Poem); A Fairy Tale Suite. Pesek/CPO. [dig] Supraphon 1110 3389.
A- [066360] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1622.*SZYMANOWSKI: Mythes (3 Poems for Violin & Piano). EUGENE YSAYE: Au Rouet;
Fantaisie, Stroubek, violin; Hala, piano. Supraphon SUAST-50580. A- [065050] ...................... 10.00
1623.*SZYMANOWSKI: Piano Sonata #1 & #2. Peter Schmalfuss. [German-only notes] Thorofon
MTH-175. A- to A [064846]........................................................................................................... 10.00
1624.*SZYMANOWSKI: Piano Sonata #3; Masques; Valse Romantique. Feder, piano. Protone PR149. A- [065046] ............................................................................................................................... 6.00
1625.*TAKEMITSU: Textures. MIYOSHI (b.1933): Concerto for Orchestra. MAYAZUMI (b.1929):
Mandala Symphony. Iwaki/NHK Sym. Odyssey 32 16 0152. A- [073968] ................................. 12.00
1626.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Sleeping Beauty (complete ballet). Rozhdestvensky/BBC Sym. Eurodisc
300-575-435(3). A- to A(c/c) [076826] .......................................................................................... 13.00
1627.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Swan Lake (complete ballet). Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch.
Mel-Angel SRC-4106(3). A- [074581] ........................................................................................... 13.00
1628. TCHAIKOVSKY: The Six Symphonies: #1:(Sevitzky/Indianapolis Sym; A-).
#2:(Goossens/Cincinnati Sym; B+). #3:(Kindler/National Sym; A--).
#4:(Koussevitzky/BSO; the 1st - 1936 - of their 2 recordings; A-/B+).
#5:(Stokowski/Phila; A- to B+). #6:(Stokowski/Hollywood Bowl; B+ to B). [Rather
historic item: the first boxed set to present all six of the numbered Tchaikovsky
symphonies; scarce - issued early 1955, deleted February 1958; apart from the 6th (whose
condition is about average for Camdens) and minor box defects (which do not affect spine
or box cover itself), this is about as fine a copy of this historic set as one is likely to find]
Camden CFL-100(6). (box spine intact, but top & inside flaps gone) [056975] ............................ 73.00
1629.*TCHEREPNIN: (Alexander): Symphony #2. RICHARD MOHAUPT (1904-57): Town Piper
Music. Whitney/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-645. A- to B+ [070824] ..................................... 9.00
1630.*TELEMANN: Suite in a (Gazzelloni, flute); Concerto in G (Ghedin, viola); Concerto a 7 in F.
Ayo; Apostoli; Colandrea, violins; I Musici. Philips 9502 011. A- to A [077093] ....................... 8.00
1631.*TSYTOVICH: (Vladimir; b.1931): Viola Concerto. MOZART: Sinfonia Concertante, K.364.
[Notes all in Russian: I cannot tell who the performers are!] Melodiya C10-09661-62. FS
[050961] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1632.*VAN VACTOR: Sinfonia Breve; Chilean Suite; Pastoral & Dance; Recitativo & Saltarello;
Intro & Presto. Composer/Hessian Sym. Orion ORS-6910. A- [076706] .................................... 10.00
1633.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Norfolk Rhapsody #1; In the Fen Country; Lark Ascending;
Greensleeves Fantasia; Serenade to Music. Boult/Misc Orchs. Angel S-36902. A[077233] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1634.*VERACINI: (Franceso Maria; 1690-1768): Nine Sonatas for Violin & Basso Continuo. Toso,
violin; Chiampan, vcl; Farina, hpschd. MHS 824293(2). A- [077804] ......................................... 9.00
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1635.*VILLA-LOBOS: Guia Practico. Szidon, piano. [notes in Portuguese only] Brazilian Odeon
SC-10115. A- [073311]................................................................................................................... 14.00
1636. VILLA-LOBOS: Piano Music - Ciclo Brasileiro; Saudades das Selves Brasileiras; Carnaval
das Criancas; Suite Floral; Three Maries. Echaniz, piano. West XWN-18929. A- [070905] ....... 11.00
1637. VIVALDI: Concerti for Flute, Oboe, Bassoon; Concerto in g ("For the Dresden Orchestra").
Jouve/Nouvel Orch de Chambre de Paris. [recorded 1953] West WL-5341. B+ [077734]......... 9.00
1638.*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) [079961] .......................... 9.00
1639.*WAGNER: Symphony in C; Faust & Rienzi Overtures. Otto Gerdes/Bamberg Sym. DGG
2530 194. A- to A [081860] ............................................................................................................ 12.00
1640.*WALTON: Capriccio Burlesco; Facade Suite #1; Johannesburg Festival Overture. BRITTEN:
Soirees Musicales. Kostelanetz/Orch. [Capriccio dedicated to Kostelanetz] British CBS
61365. A- [077713] ......................................................................................................................... 13.00
1641.*WALTON: Facade. Zorina, speaker. IBERT: Divertissement. Ormandy/Phila. [uncommon
disc; very crisp Facade] Col MS-6449. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; minor cover scuffs)
[082350] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1642. WALTON: Scapino Overture; Spitfire Prelude & Fugue; Belshazzar's Feast (Noble, baritone);
Facade Suite; Siesta; Henry V (two excerpts). All conducted by Composer; misc orchs;
1938-51; very generous disc: 78+ minutes! [DMM] EMI ED-29 0715 1. A- to A [082447] ........ 16.00
1643. WIREN: Symphony #4. Ehrling/Stockholm Radio Orch. LARSSON: Disguised God Suite.
Soderstrom, sop; Saeden, bar; Westerberg/Stockholm Radio Orch; Vocal Ens. West
XWN-18528. A-- [070655]............................................................................................................. 14.00
1644.*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- [080568] .................................................................................................................... 12.00
1645.*WU: Little Sisters of the Grassland (Concerto for Pipa & Orchestra; Ten-Hai, pipa). LISZT:
Piano Concerto #1 (Shih-Kun). SOUSA - Stars & Stripes. Ozawa/BSO. Philips 9500 692.
A- to A(demo) [073770] ................................................................................................................... 9.00
1646.*YARDUMIAN: Symphony #1; Armenian Suite; Cantus Animae et Cordis.
Brusilow/Bournemouth sym. HNH 4043. A- to A [070902] ......................................................... 9.00
1647.*ZELENKA: Suite in F; Simphonie a 8 Concertanti. Jenkins/Clarion Concerts Orch. Decca
DL-710141. A- [050287] ................................................................................................................ 10.00
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LP's: Chamber Music
1648.*ARENSKY: Trio #1. GLINKA: Trio Pathetique. Zhukov; G. & V. Feigin. Mel-Angel SR40165. A- [072181] ........................................................................................................................... 8.00
1649.*ARRIAGA: Quartet #1 & #2. Cuarteto Clasico de Radio Nacional de Espana. MHS 717. A[078361] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1650.*ARRIAGA: Quartet #1 & #2. Phoenix Quar. Golden Crest CR-4061(2). A- [081562] ..................... 12.00
1651.*BACEWICZ: (Grazyna; b.1909): String Quartet #7. LIUBOMIR PIPKOV (b.1904): String
Quartet #3. Bulgarian Quartet. MHS 1889. A- [078430] .............................................................. 9.00
1652.*BACH: (J.C.F.): Quartets #1-#6 for Flute and Strings. Palmisano; Concilium Musicum. [dig]
Dynamic ADDS-4031. A- [072565] ................................................................................................. 8.00
1653.*BACH (W.F.): Trio Sonata in a (fragment). C.P.E.BACH: Trio Sonata in D. J.C.BACH:
Quintet in D. J.S.BACH: Trio Sonata in G. Ars Rediviva Ens. Parl PLPS-619. FS
[050637] ............................................................................................................................................ 6.00
1654. BEETHOVEN: Quartet #1 & #2. Paganini Quartet. RCA LM-1729. B+(1/4-inch scratch, 3rd
mvt, #1) [077774] ........................................................................................................................... 16.00
1655.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet #2 & #4. Quartetto Italiano. Phil 6500646. A- to A [074889] ...................... 9.00
1656.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet #7 - #11. Juilliard. Col D3M-34094(3). A-(demo) [073724] ....................... 12.00
1657.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet #7 - #9. Quar Italiano. Philips 6747139(2). A- to A [080890] .................... 15.00
1658. BEETHOVEN: Quartet #7. Busch Quartet. Col ML-4155. B+ [040913] ........................................... 12.00
1659.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet #9 & #10. Guarneri Quartet. RCA LSC-3288. A- [078269] ........................ 7.00
1660.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet #10 & #11. Fine Arts. Concert Disc CS-257. A- [052462] ............................ 6.00
1661.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet #10 & #11. Weller Quartet. London CS-6431. A- [075066]....................... 11.00
1662.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet #12. Fine Arts Quar. Concert Disc CS-233. A- [076842] ........................... 10.00
1663.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet #12. Yale Quartet. Vanguard VCS-10054. A- [074928] ............................... 9.00
1664.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet #13. Fine Arts Quartet. Concert Disc CS-240. A- [052467]......................... 6.00
1665.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet #13. Yale Quartet. Vanguard VCS-10096. A- [074927] ............................... 9.00
1666.+BEETHOVEN: String Trios, Op.9, #1 & #3. Kogan; Barshai; Rostropovich. Saga 5396. A[070508] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1667. BEETHOVEN: Trio #9 in E flat. Oistrakh; Gilels; Rostropovich. BACH: 2-Violin Sonata.
Igor & David Oistrakh; Yampolsky. MOZART: Sonata #15. David Oistrakh;
Yampolsky. Monitor MC-2005. A- [072845] ................................................................................ 11.00
1668. BEETHOVEN: Trio, Op.1, #1; Trio #8. Balsam; Guilet; Navarra. [red vinyl; #254 of limited
edition of 3,000] Concert Hall Society D-11. B- to B+(varies) [077912] ........................................ 7.00
1669. BEETHOVEN: Trios Op.9, #1 & 3. Kogan; Barshai; Rostropovich. [fold-open album] Artia
ALP-164. A- [073930] ...................................................................................................................... 9.00
1670.*BEETHOVEN-SEDLAK: Fidelio (arranged for Wind Octet & Bass). Rudel/Amadeus Ens.
[dig] MHS 7319. A- [081023] ........................................................................................................ 10.00
1671.*BERG: String Quartet; Lyric Suite. Galimir Quartet. [dig] Vanguard VA-25017. A- to A(c/c)
[065386] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1672.*BERWALD: Quartet #1 & #2. Benthien Quartet. [German Teldec pressing; Swedish-only
notes] Telestar TRS-11040. A- [065447]........................................................................................ 13.00
1673.*BERWALD: Quartet #3 (Benthien Quartet); Septet in B (Ch Ens). [German Teldec pressing;
Swedish-only notes] Telestar TRS-11041. A- [065448]................................................................. 12.00
1674.*BLISS: Clarinet & Oboe Quintets. de Peyer; Graeme; Melos Ens. Everest 3135. A- [078363]......... 8.00
1675. BLOCH: Quartet #3. Griller Quartet. [10-inch] London LS-840. A-- [078580] .................................. 7.00
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1676.*BLOCH: Works for Viola & Piano: Suite Hebraique; Suite for Viola & Piano; Meditation &
Processional; Suite for Solo Viola. Ernst & Lory Wallfisch. MHS 1486. A- [080849] .............. 10.00
1677. BOCCHERINI: Five Quintets. Quintetto Boccherini. Angel 45007. A-(British pressing)
[039427] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1678. BOCCHERINI: String Quintets Op.25, #1 & #3; Largo Cantabile in D; Andante con moto.
Quintetto Boccherini. Angel 45010. A-(British pressing) [072937] ............................................ 11.00
1679.*BOISMORTIER: Four Sonatas & Two Concerti. Erdelyi/Budapest Philharmonic Ch Orch.
Qualiton SLPX-11321. A- [046451] ................................................................................................. 5.00
1680.*BOISMORTIER: Six Sonates a Quatre (1731). Gravoin Instrumental Ens. Societe Francaise
du Son SXL-20,102. A- [046450] ..................................................................................................... 5.00
1681.*BONPORTI: (Francesco; 1672-1749): Concerti a Quatro, #4, #6, #8 & #9. Michelucci; I
Musici. Philips 9502 004. A- to A [078362] .................................................................................... 8.00
1682.*BRAHMS: Clarinet Quintet; Clarinet Trio. BEETHOVEN: Clarinet Trio. WEBER: Clarinet
Quintet. Benny Goodman; Berkshire Quartet. MHS 827355(2). A- [081000] .......................... 20.00
1683.*BRAHMS: Clarinet Trio (Leister; Eschenbach; Donderer); Horn Trio (Seifert; Drolc;
Eschenbach). DGG 139 398. A- to A [054707] ............................................................................ 10.00
1684.*BRAHMS: Clarinet Trio, Op.114. BEETHOVEN: Clarinet Trio, Op.11. Pieterson; Beaux
Arts Trio Members. Philips 9500 670. A- to A [074857] .............................................................. 9.00
1685.*BRAHMS: Clarinet Trio, Op.114. BARTOK: Contrasts. Berkshire Chamber Players
(Herbert Tichman, clar; Ruth Tichman, pf; Kantor, vln; Coleman, vc). Records MES57578. A-- [075278].......................................................................................................................... 9.00
1686.*BRAHMS: Piano Quartet #1. Quartet Canada: Ronald Turini (Horowitz pupil), pf; Steven
Staryk, vln; Gerald Stanick, vla; Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, vc. CBC SM-341. A- [074614] .................. 13.00
1687. BRAHMS: Piano Quartet Op.25. Berkowitz; Bel Arte Trio (Posselt; de Pasquale; Mayes).
Boston B-215. A- to B+ [004506] .................................................................................................... 9.00
1688.*BRAHMS: Piano Quartet, Op.60. Quartetto di Torino. Dischi Ricordi RCL-27090. A[054693] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1689.*BRAHMS: Piano Quartet, Op.60. Molieri, viola; Macalester Trio. Ampria ZMT-1001. A[077113] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1690.*BRAHMS: Piano Trios, Op.8, Op.87 & Op.101; Horn Trio (Tylsar). Suk; Chuchro;
Panenka. Supraphon 1111-2251/2(2). A- [077119] ...................................................................... 13.00
1691. BRAHMS: Quartet #1. SCHUBERT: Quartetsatz in c. Amadeus Quartet. West WL-5084. A[065564] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1692. BRAHMS: Quartets: Op.51, #2; Op.67. Curtis Quartet. West WL-5152. A--/B to B+
[078397] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1693.*BRAZILIAN STRING QUARTETS: Villa-Lobos (#1); Mario Ficarelli (Zyklus 1973);
Lindembergue Cardoso (Sedimentos). University of Brasilia Quartet. [German-only
notes] RBM 3034. A- to A [074083] ................................................................................................ 8.00
1694.*BRITTEN: Quartet #1 & #2. Fidelio Quartet. Pye GSGC-14025. A- [065456] .................................. 9.00
1695.*BRITTEN: Suite for Violin & Piano. WALTON: Sonata for Violin & Piano. Duo Landolfi
(Mary Nemet & Roxanne Wrible). Pye GSGC-14111. A- [065455] ............................................... 9.00
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1696.*BRUCH: Quartet #1 & #2. Quartetto Academica. Dynamic DS-4029. A- to A [065457] .................. 9.00
1697.*BRUCKNER: Quartet in c; Intermezzo for String Quartet; String Quintet in F. Schmid;
Keller Quartet. MHS 1363/64(2). A- [066107] ............................................................................ 13.00
1698.*BUSONI: Sonatas for Violin & Piano #1 & #2. Gulli; Cavallo. MHS 3355. A- [081035] .................. 9.00
1699.*CANALES: (Manuel; 1747-86): Quartets, Op.111, #1 & #2. Cuertete Hispanico Numen.
[Spanish-only notes] Etnos 02-A-X. A- to A [078401] .................................................................... 9.00
1700.*CARTER: Quartet #1 & #2. The Composers Quartet. Nonesuch H-71249. A- [078367] .................. 8.00
1701.*CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER: SCHUBERT - Quartet in g; Octet
in F; Der Hirt auf dem Felsen; Intro & Variations for Flute & Piano. SCHUMANN: Piano
Quartet in E-flat; Marchenerzahlungen; Spanische Liebeslieder. Chamber Music Soc of
Lincoln Center (inc Robison, Trampler, Laredo, Parnas, Buswell, Wadsworth). Classics
Record Library 30-5253(4). A- [074519] ....................................................................................... 14.00
1702.*CHAUSSON: Chanson Perpetuelle (Esposito, soprano); Concert for Piano, Violin & String
Quartet (Barbizet; Ferras). Parrenin Quartet. [French-only notes] Pathe CVB-2117. A[064840] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1703.*CHERUBINI: Quartets #1 & 2. Melos Quar. Archiv 2547 067. A- to A(British pressing)
[072564] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1704.*CHERUBINI: The String Quartets (6). Melos Quartet, Stuttgart. Archiv 2723 044(3). A- to
A [064499] ...................................................................................................................................... 18.00
1705.*CLEMENTI: Six Piano Trios: Op.29, #1-3; Op.35, #1-3. Faure Quartet. Dynamic DS-4032.
A- to A [055490] ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
1706.*CONTEMPORARY HUNGARIAN CHAMBER MUSIC: Quartets by SANDOR
SZOKOLAY (#1), LAJOS PAPP (Cimbalom Quintet), PAL KAROLYI (#2) & LASZLO
DUBROVAY. Kodaly Quartet. Hungaroton SLPX-11754. A-(c/c) [077829]............................. 13.00
1707.*COUPERIN: (Francois): Les Nations (complete). Quadro Amsterdam: Frans Bruggen; Jaap
Schroder; Anner Bylsma; Gustav & Marie Leonhardt; Frans Vester. Telefunken
6.48009(2). A- to A [074621] ......................................................................................................... 13.00
1708.*COUPERIN: (Francois): Les Nations (complete). Quadro Amsterdam: Frans Bruggen; Jaap
Schroder; Anner Bylsma; Gustav & Marie Leonhardt; Frans Vester. Telefunken TK11550/1-2(2). A- to A [077193] ...................................................................................................... 13.00
1709.*CRUMB: "Black Angels" for Electric String Quartet. ENRIQUE RAXACH: Quartet #2 (with
electronic equipment). TON DE LEEUW: Quartet #2. Gaudeamus Quartet. Philips 6500
881. A- [077833] ............................................................................................................................. 13.00
1710.*DANZI: Quartet, Op.6, #6. HAYDN: Divertimento, "Das Echo." MOZART: Musical Joke.
Sinnhoffer Ch Orch, Munich. Electrola 1C039-1301471. A-to A [057335] ................................. 5.00
1711. DEBUSSY: Quartet in g. Paganini Quartet. [10-inch] RCA LM-3. B+(just the start of sd 1 is
B; nice copy) [084742].................................................................................................................... 25.00
1712.*DEBUSSY & RAVEL: Quartets. Cleveland Quartet. [dig; DMM] Telarc DG-10111. A- to A
[073540] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1713.*DEBUSSY & RAVEL: Quartets. Melos Quartet. DGG 2531 203. A- to A [072583] ....................... 10.00
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1714.*DITTERSDORF: Quartet in E-flat. J.G. WERNER: Three Fugues. BOCCHERINI:
Quartettino in D. Sinhoffer Quartet. Janus JAS-19035. A- [078438] ............................................ 8.00
1715.*DVORAK: Piano Quartets, Op.23 & Op.87. Trampler; Beaux Arts Trio. Philips 6880 045.
A- to A [072586] ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
1716. DVORAK: Piano Quintet, Op.81 (Farnadi); String Quartet, Op.105. Barylli Quartet. West
W-9025. A- [071247] ...................................................................................................................... 14.00
1717.*DVORAK: Piano Quintet, Op.81. Ax; Cleveland Quartet. RCA ARL1-2240. A- [080836] .............. 8.00
1718.*DVORAK: Piano Trio #2. Suk Trio (Suk; Panenka; Chuchro). Supraphon SUAST-50817. A[075088] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1719.*DVORAK: Quartet # 8 in E, Op.80 (here called Op.27); Waltzes, Op.54: #1 & #4. Dvorak
Quartet. Crossroads 22 16 0090. A- [066111]................................................................................. 9.00
1720.*DVORAK: Quartet #13, Op.106. Vlach Quartet. Supraphon SUAST-50172. A- [066103] ................ 9.00
1721.*DVORAK: String Quintet, Op.77; Two Waltzes from Op.54. Levine, bass; Sequoia Quartet.
[dig] Nonesuch D-79012. A-(c/c) [074883]...................................................................................... 9.00
1722.*DVORAK: Trio, Op.94 ("Dumky"). SMETANA: Trio, Op.15. Yuval Piano Trio. DGG 2530
594. A- to A [072585] ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
1723. ENESCO: Piano Quartet #1, Op.16. M.Fotino; Podlovski; Ridulescu; I.Fotino. [Notes
Rumanian & French only] Electrecord ECE-0271. A- [069505] ................................................... 13.00
1724.*ENESCO: Quartet #2. RADU PALADI (b.1927): String Quartet (1st recording). Quartetto
Academica. [Italian-only notes] Dynamic DS-4007. A- to A [066118] .......................................... 9.00
1725. FAURE: Piano Quartet #1. Rubinstein; Paganini Quartet Members. [10-inch; deleted
January 1957] RCA LM-52. B+ to B-(1st mvt B / 2nd mvt: B- / 2nd + 4th mvts: B+)
[084837] .......................................................................................................................................... 21.00
1726.*FAURE: Piano Quartet #1; Piano Trio, Op.120. Pro Arte Piano Quartet. Oiseau-Lyre SOL289. A- [072143] ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
1727.*FAURE: Sonatas #1 & 2 for Cello & Piano; Elegie. Tortelier; Hubeau. MHS 833. A[066538] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1728.*FLUTE QUARTETS: By Crusell, Devienne & Krommer. Beier; Copenhagen String Trio.
[DMM] Danacord DACO-204. A- to A [077176] ............................................................................ 8.00
1729.*FOERSTER: Piano Trios in f (Op.8) & in B (Op.38). Foerstrovo Trio. [Czech-only notes]
Supraphon 1111 2478. A- [077669] ................................................................................................. 9.00
1730. FRANCK: Quartet. Parrenin Quartet. West XWN-18136. B(mostly A-, but a few scrs)
[066084] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1731. FRANCK: Sonata for Violin & Piano (Wallez; Silie). JEAN-JACQUES GRUNENWALD:
Concert d'Ete for Piano & Strings; Suite de Danses (harpsichord; Marie Claude
Werkowsky; Jean-Paul Kreder). [Radio Station discs in bl covs; Programs #643/4; Oct
1963] French Broadcasting System 643/644(2). A- [074422] ........................................................ 24.00
1732. GEMINIANI: Six Concerti Grossi, Op.3. Barchet Quartet; Reinhardt/Stuttgart Pro
Musica. Dover HCR-5209. A- [078378] .......................................................................................... 8.00
1733.*GINASTERA: Quartet #1. TURINA: Piano Quartet in a. Philarte Quartet (Davyd Booth
plays both violin & piano!). Gasparo GS-201. A- [078370]............................................................. 8.00
1734.*GLAZOUNOV: Quartet #5; "Quatour Slave" in G. Dartington Quartet. Pearl SHE-536. A[077878] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
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1735.*GLINKA: Trio Pathetique in d (New American Trio); Piano Works (six short works;
Hrynkiv, piano). MHS 1973. A- [073883]....................................................................................... 8.00
1736. HAYDN: Piano Trios # 4, #17, #27 & #29. Badura-Skoda; Jean Fournier; Janigro. West
XWN-18611. A- [065006] .............................................................................................................. 11.00
1737.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op. 3: #5; Op. 76: #3. Varsovia Quartet. [dig] ProArte PAD-112. A[060092] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1738.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op.54, #1 & 2. Amadeus Quartet. DGG 2530 302. A- to A [066116] ................ 7.00
1739.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op.64, #5 ("Lark"); Op.76, #2 ("Quinten"). RCA ARL1-1409. A-(demo
copy) [058192] .................................................................................................................................. 9.00
1740. HAYDN: Quartets, Op.71, #1 & 2; Op.74, #1. Griller Quartet. Van VRS-1042. A- [075086] ........... 9.00
1741.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op.76, #3; Op.74, #3. Alban Berg Quartet, Vienna. Telefunken 6.41302.
A- [077825] ..................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1742.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op.76, #4 & #6. Orlando Quartet. [dig] Philips 6514 204. A- to A
[056068] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1743.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op.77: #1 & #2. Tatrai Quartet. Hungaroton SLPX-11776. A- [066099] ........... 7.00
1744.*HEIFETZ-PIATIGORSKY CONCERTS: BEETHOVEN - Piano Trio, Op.1, #1. ROZSA Theme & Variations for Violin, Cello & Orch. HAYDN - Divertimento for Cello & Orch.
Heifetz; Piatagorsky; Lateiner (piano); Ch Orch. RCA LSC-2770. A--(superficial
blemishes cause very little snd) [074510] ....................................................................................... 13.00
1745.*HEIFETZ-PIATIGORSKY CONCERTS: TURINA - Trio for Violin, Cello & Piano (Heifetz;
Piatagorsky; Pennario). MOZART - Violin Concerto #5 (Heifetz/Ch Orch). RCA LSC2957. A- [074511] ........................................................................................................................... 13.00
1746.*HINDEMITH: Chamber Music, Vol 3: The Three Piano Sonatas. Laugs, piano. MHS OR-H291. A- [075114] ............................................................................................................................... 8.00
1747.*HINDEMITH: Chamber Music, Vol 5: Four Motets (#1, 2, 9 & 11) from Dreizehn Motteten
(Feuerhake, sop; Meckies, pf); Die Serenade, Op.35 (C.Lehman, sop; Bachert, oboe;
Kussmaul, viola; Wolf, cello). MHS OR-H-293. A- [078351] ....................................................... 9.00
1748.*KENINS (Talivaldis): Piano Quartet (1958). BEETHOVEN: Piano Quartet, Op.16. Quartet
Canada (Staryk, Stanick, Tsutsumi, Turini). Radio Canada RCI-471. A- [066131] ....................... 9.00
1749.*KREUZER: Septet, Op.62. WITT: Septet in F. Consortium Classicum. BASF MPS-25
20892-3. A- to A [071255].............................................................................................................. 11.00
1750. LALANDE: Caprices #1 & #2 from Symphonies pour les Souper du Roi (Paillard Ens).
DANIEL LESUR: Fantaisie for Two Pianos (Billard; Azais). ROLAND MANUEL: Suite
dans le Gout Espagnol (Gerlin, hrpschd; Delmotte, trpt; Casier, oboe; Allard, bssn).
LUC-ANDRE MARCEL: Toccata (Lilamond, piano). [Radio Station discs in blank
jackets; Programs #675 & #676; June 1964] French Broadcasting System 675/676(2). A[074421] .......................................................................................................................................... 21.00
1751.*LISZT: Angelus; La Lugubre Gondola; Epithalam; Am Grab Richard Wagners; Romance
Oubliee; Elegies #1 & #2; Benedictus. Misc Hungarian Artists. Hungarton SLPX-11798.
A- [078350] ....................................................................................................................................... 8.00
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1752. MARCELLO: Six Sonatas for Viola da Gamba & Harpsichord. Scholz; Sartori. Epic LC3260. A- [077169] ........................................................................................................................... 10.00
1753.*MARTINU: Duo for Violin & Cello. KODALY: Duo for Violin & Cello. HONEGGER:
Sonatina for Violin & Cello. Suk; Navarra. Supraphon SUAST-50634. A- [072906] ................ 13.00
1754.*MARTINU: Intermezzo - Four Compositions for Violin & Piano. PAVEL BORKOVEC:
Sonatina for Violin & Piano. LUBOR BARTA: Sonata #2 for Violin & Piano. Snitil;
Zichova. Supraphon 1 11 1616. A-(c/c) [072907] ........................................................................... 9.00
1755.*MARTINU: Piano Quintet (Bernathova); Sextet for Strings. Prague Quartet (with Motlik,
viola & Vectomov, cello,, in sextet). Artia ALPS-716. A- [080841] ............................................. 12.00
1756.*MEDTNER: Piano Quintet; Piano Sonata, Op.25/#1; 8 Stimmungsbilder (#1, #4 & #7). Binns,
piano; New London Quintet. HNH 4058. A- to A [078368] .......................................................... 8.00
1757.*MENDELSSOHN: Octet, Op.20. WOLF: Italian Serenade. ROSSINI: Sonata a Quattro #3. I
Musici. Philips SAL-3540. FS [066113] .......................................................................................... 9.00
1758. MENDELSSOHN: Octet, Op.20. Vienna Octet (Boskovsky et al). London CM-9076. A(lovely copy) [072225].................................................................................................................... 13.00
1759. MENDELSSOHN: Quartets #4 & #6. Manoliu Quartet. [1st recording of #6] Epic LC-3386.
A- [055069] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1760.*MESSIAEN: Quartet for the End of Time; Le Merle Noir. Brook, flute; Johnson/NY
Philomusica Ch Ens. Candide CE-31050. A- [073920].................................................................. 8.00
1761. MIHALY: Quartet #2. MOZART: Clarinet Quintet (Kovacs). Tatrai Quartet. Qualiton LPX1147. A- [078355] ............................................................................................................................. 8.00
1762.*MOZART: Chamber Music for Winds: Serenade #10 - #12; Divertimento, K.188.
Cerny/Czech Philharmonic Wind Ens. Supraphon 1 11-1081-2(2). A- [081544]...................... 15.00
1763.*MOZART: Divertimenti #8 - #14. St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble. MHS 922949(2). A[077719] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1764.*MOZART: Divertimento, K.196f (Detmold Wind-Sextour); Suite from Entfuhrung aus dem
Serail (SWDR Wind Ens); Musical Joke (Stepp/NDR Members). Archiv ARC-73150.
FS [072911]..................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1765. MOZART: Divertimento, K.563. Pougnet, vln; Riddle, viola; Pini, cello. West XWN-18551.
A- [071342] ..................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1766.*MOZART: Piano Quartets, K.478 & K.493. Rubinstein; Guarneri Quartet Members. RCA
ARL1-2676. A- [075075].................................................................................................................. 7.00
1767.*MOZART: Piano Trio #2 (Serkin; Laredo; Foley); Clarinet Quintet (Wright; Schneider;
Cohen; Rhodes; Parnas). Col MS-7447. A-(demo) [070659]........................................................ 8.00
1768. MOZART: Quartet # 2 & #23. Italian Quartet (i.e. Quartetto Italiano; scarce; fascinating to
see the very early photo of the quartet members on the back cover). London LL-665. A-[075073] .......................................................................................................................................... 22.00
1769. MOZART: Quartet # 8 & #17. Griller Quartet. London LL-658. B [077776] ..................................... 6.00
1770.*MOZART: Quartet #17. HAYDN: Quartet, Op.76, #3. Amadeus Quartet. [tulip labels] DGG
138 886. A- to A [056167] ................................................................................................................ 9.00
1771. MOZART: Quartet #20 & #21. Budapest. Col ML-5007. A-("6-eyes") [078524] .............................. 11.00
1772.*MOZART: String Quintets #3 & #4. Grumiaux Trio plus Gerecz; Lesueur. Philips 6500
620. A- to A [080911] ..................................................................................................................... 12.00
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1773.*MOZART: String Quintets, K.406(516b) & K.515. Aronowitz; Amadeus Quartet. DGG 139
356. A- to A(c/c) [056150].............................................................................................................. 10.00
1774.*MOZART-TRIEBENSEE: Don Giovanni (arranged for Woodwind Octet & Bass).
Rudel/Amadeus Ens. [dig; DMM] MHS 7560. A- to A [080985] ............................................... 10.00
1775.*MOZART-WENDT: Marriage of Figaro (arranged for Woodwind Octet & Bass).
Rudel/Amadeus Ens. [dig; DMM] MHS 7559. A- to A [080998] ............................................... 10.00
1776.*NIEHAUS: (Manfred; b.1933): Initiaton (ballet). Instrumental Ens. Aulos FSM-53 518. Ato A [078485] .................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1777.*NIELSEN: String Quintet in G (Nielsen Quartet; Mortenson); Prelude & Presto for Violin;
Prelude & Theme with Variations for Violin (Elbaek). DGG 2531 344. A- to A(c/c)
[080877] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1778.*OFFENBACH: Duets for Two Cellos (2). Wolf; Blendinger-Poigne. Camera Magna SM92902. A-(brief tks sd 1) [066493] ................................................................................................... 9.00
1779.*PFITZNER: Trio in F, Op.8. MHS 3860. A-(Rouvier-Kantorow-Muller Trio) [077114] ............... 10.00
1780.*PROKOFIEV: Quartet #1 & #2. Novak Quartet. Philips 6500 103. A- to A [065255] ....................... 9.00
1781. RACHMANINOFF: Trio Elegiaque #2, Op.9. Oistrakh; Oborin; Knushevitsky. Bruno BR14077. B [071350] .......................................................................................................................... 11.00
1782.*RAMEAU: Pieces de Clavecin en Concerts. Leonhardt, harpsichord; Bruggen, flute;
S.Kuijken, baroque violin; W.Kuijken, viola da gamba. Telefunken SAWT-9578. FS
[053652] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1783. RAVEL: Quartet in F. Paganini Quartet. [10-inch] RCA LM-146. B/B- [084822] ........................... 14.00
1784.*REGER: Music for Clarinet & Piano: Sonata #3; Albumblatt; Tarantella. Brunner; Oppitz.
Tudor 73041. A- to A [077179] ...................................................................................................... 10.00
1785.*REGER: Piano Trio in e, Op.102. Karolyi; Zipperling; Hoppstock. MHS 1321. A- [080857]........ 10.00
1786.*REGER: Sonatas for Violin & Piano (Camirelli; R.Serkin) and Cello & Piano (Schneider;
P.Serkin). Col M-32221. A-(c/c) [075979] ...................................................................................... 8.00
1787.*REGER: Variations & Fugues on Themes of Telemann (Steurer, piano) & Mozart (Alfons &
Aloys Kontarsky, pianos). MHS 1268. A- [073886]....................................................................... 7.00
1788.*REICHA: Wind Quintets, Op.91, #5; Op. 88, #1. Reicha Wind Quintet. Crossroads 22 16
0110. A-(minor cover scuffs) [077836] ............................................................................................ 9.00
1789.*REIF: (Paul): Duo for Three, for Soprano, Clarinet & Cello. WILLIAM VOLLINGER: More
than Conquerors for Baritone, Clarinet & Piano. JEFFREY KAUFMAN: Reflections for
Clarinet & Piano. Sobol, clar; Basquin, pf; Fifer, bar; Martin, sop; Locker, cello.
Grenadilla GSA-1009. A- [077391].................................................................................................. 9.00
1790.*RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Quintet for Piano & Winds. ANTON RUBINSTEIN: Quintet for
Piano & Winds. Blumental/NPO Wind Ens. Turn TVS-34477. A-(minor cover scuffs)
[080511] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1791.*RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: String Sextet in A. GLINKA: Sextet for Two Violins, Viola, Cello,
Contrabass & Piano. Ensemble Classique Koln. Schwann VMS-1030. A- to A [077824]............ 9.00
1792. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Trio in c. Oistrakh; Knushevitsky; Oborin. [recorded 1952] West
WGM-8321. A- [066086] ................................................................................................................. 9.00
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1793.*ROUSSEL: Piano Trio in E-Flat, Op.2. SAINT-SAENS: Piano Trio #1. Budapest Trio.
Gemini GME-101. A- [065446]........................................................................................................ 9.00
1794.*ROUSSEL: Quartet, Op.45. FAURE: Quartet, Op.121. Loewenguth Quartet. Turn TVS34014. A-- [055499]........................................................................................................................ 10.00
1795. SCHONBERG: Five Pieces. WEBERN: Cantata #1 (Westhoff). STRAVINSKY: Dumbarton
Oaks Concerto. Wand/Lamoureux Orch(in Oaks); Guzernich Orch & Cho, Cologne(in
rest). None H-71192. FS [050983].................................................................................................. 10.00
1796. SCHUBERT: Octet for Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon & Strings. Vienna Octet (VPO members).
London LL-1049. B+(occasional brief ticks) [066087] .................................................................... 9.00
1797.*SCHUBERT: Octet in F, D.803. Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. MHS 4467. A[081008] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1798.*SCHUBERT: Octet in F, Op.166. Melos Ensemble Members. [blue labels] Angel S-36529.
A- [073830] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1799.*SCHUBERT: Piano Quintet in A ("Trout"). Beaux Arts Trio; Rhodes; Hortnabel. Philips
9500 071. A- [067232] ...................................................................................................................... 9.00
1800.*SCHUBERT: Piano Quintet in A ("Trout"). P.Serkin; Schneider; Tree; Soyer; Julius
Levine. Vanguard VSD-71145. A- [073779] ................................................................................... 8.00
1801.*SCHUBERT: Piano Quintet in A ("Trout"). BEETHOVEN: Piano Quartet, Op.16.
Horszowski; Levine; Budapest Quartet Members. Col MS-6473. A- [075084] ......................... 9.00
1802.*SCHUBERT: Piano Quintet in A ("Trout"); Notturno for Piano, Violin & Cello. Eschenbach;
Koeckert; Riedl; Merz; Hortnagel. DGG 136 488. A- to A [066034] .......................................... 9.00
1803. SCHUBERT: Piano Trio in B-flat, Op.99. Nadelmann; Blanc; Rostal. [10-inch] Musical
Masterpiece Society MMS 119. A-- [078467].................................................................................. 7.00
1804.*SCHUBERT: Quartet # 9, #10 & #14; Trout Quintet; Notturno, Op.148. Demus, piano;
Collegium Aureum Quartet. Electrola 1C149-53 037/39(3). A- to A [074851] ......................... 23.00
1805. SCHUBERT: Quartet #13, #14 & #15. Budapest Quartet. [rec at Library of Congress on
Stradavarius instruments, 1953; mono-only] Odyssey Y3-33320(3). A- [080790]........................ 16.00
1806. SCHUBERT: Quartet #14 ("Death & the Maiden"). Amadeus Quartet. [in print 5/54 - 3/56;
nice cover photo of the Quartet] RCA LHMV-1058. B+ [082320]................................................ 18.00
1807.*SCHUBERT: Quartet #14 ("Death & the Maiden"). Quartett Collegium Aureum. Electrola
1C065-99 702. A- to A [073245] ...................................................................................................... 8.00
1808. SCHUBERT: Quartet for Flute, Guitar, Viola & Cello (Wanausek; Scheit; Nitsch; Goerlich);
Dried Flowers, Op. post. 160 (Wanausek, flute; Radhuber, piano). SPA 53. A- [072296]......... 29.00
1809. SCHUBERT: Quintet in C, Op.163. Amadeus Quartet. [only in print from March or April
1954 to March 1956] RCA LHMV-1051. B+(occ tks) [082313] ................................................... 18.00
1810.*SCHUBERT: String Quintet in C, Op.163; Trio in B-flat. VPO Quartet. [from CS-6441]
London STS-15386. A- [074885] ................................................................................................... 11.00
1811.*SCHUBERT: Trio #1 & #2 for Piano, Violin & Cello; Sonata for Piano, Violin & Cello;
Notturno for Piano, Violin & Cello. Yehudi & Hephzibah Menuhin; Maurice Gendron.
Electrola 1C137-01 926/27(2). A- to A [082452]........................................................................... 18.00
1812. SCHUBERT: Trio #2. Immaculate Heart Trio. Capitol P-8442. A-(first copy I've ever seen)
[082241] .......................................................................................................................................... 16.00
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1813.*SCHUMANN: Quartet #3. MENDELSSOHN: Quartet #2. Alberni Quartet. CRD 1017. A- to
A [075076] ........................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1814.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Quartet # 7, #13 & #14. Fitzwilliam Quartet. Oiseau-Lyre DSLO-9. A(but bad scratch 1/2 minute, mvt 1 of #14) [079679] ....................................................................... 5.00
1815.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Trio #2; Seven Romances on Words of Alexander Block. Pracht, soprano
(in Romances); Nieuw Amsterdam Trio. Turn TVS-34280. A- [077841] ..................................... 9.00
1816.*SIEGMEISTER: Quartet #3 on Hebrew Themes (Primavera Quartet); Two Song Cycles:
Madam to You; The Face of War (Hinds, soprano; Mandel, piano). CRI SD-416. A[078529] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1817.*STENHAMMAR: String Quartet #6 (Fryden Quartet); Songs from Stamningar (Saeden,
baritone; Ribera, piano). [Swedish-only notes] Swedish EMI E 053-35116. A- to A
[074436] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1818.*STRAUSS: Sonatina #1 for Winds; Suite for Winds, Op.4. De Waart/Netherlands Wind
Ens. Philips 6500 297. A- to A [066123] ......................................................................................... 9.00
1819.*TASKIN TRIO: (Baroque Violin; Harpsichord; Viola da Gamba): Virtuoso Music of 18thCentury France. Works of Francois Duval, Jean Joseph Mondonville, Marin Marais, Jean
Marie Leclair & Jean-Philippe Rameau. Meridian E-77046. A- [077868]....................................... 7.00
1820.*TELEMANN: Paris Quartets #1, #4 & #6. Quadro Amsterdam (Bruggen, flute; Schroder,
violin; Bylsma, cello; Leonhardt, harpsichord. Telefunken SAWT-9448-A. A- [077843]............ 9.00
1821.*TELEMANN: Paris Quartets #2, #3 & #5. Quadro Amsterdam (Bruggen, flute; Schroder,
violin; Bylsma, cello; Leonhardt, harpsichord). Telefunken SAWT-9523-A. A- [078393] .......... 9.00
1822. TELEMANN: 5 Trio Sonatas. Angerer; Vienna Baroque Trio. MHS 1485. [076815] ....................... 7.00
1823.*TIPPETT: Quartet #1. BLOCH: Quartet #3. Edinburgh Quartet. Monitor MCS-2123. A[078364] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1824.*TULINDBERG: (Erik; 1761-1814): Quartet #4 (Finnish Quartet). JOSEPH WERNER
(1695-1761): Three Preludes & Fugues. BOCCHERINI: Quartettino. Sinnhoffer Quartet.
Orion ORS-7035. FS [052867] ....................................................................................................... 10.00
1825. VERDI: Quartet in e. Paganini Quartet. [10-inch] RCA LM-37. B to B+ [084762] .......................... 32.00
1826.*VILLA-LOBOS: Wind Quintet; Duette. NIELSEN: Woodwind Quintet. NY Woodwind
Quintet. Concert Disc CS-254. A- to B+ [054718] ....................................................................... 10.00
1827.*VOLKMANN: (Robert; 1815-83): Serenade #2 (Tatrai/Hungarian Ch Orch).
TCHAIKOVSKY: Souvenir of Florence (Christensen; Geisler; Copenhagen Quartet).
Turn TVS-34370. FS [052061] ....................................................................................................... 10.00
1828.*WEBER: Trio in g for Flute, Cello & Piano; Sonatas #2 & #6 for Flute & Piano. Debost, flute;
Boufil, cello; Ivaldi, piano. [French-only notes; nice album with dowel spine a la early
Angels] Pathe SAXF-1053. A- [078420] ........................................................................................ 11.00
1829.*WIND QUINTETS: By REICHA (Op.91,#9), STAMIC (Op.8,#2) & ROSSLER-ROSETTI
(E-flat). Czech Wind Quintet. Supraphon 1 11 1084. FS [053568] ............................................... 9.00
1830.*WITKIN: (Beatrice): Chiaroscuro (Sylvester, vcl; Carno, pf); Contour for Piano (Carno);
Duo for Violin & Piano (Simon; Carno); Prose Poem (Kraft, ms; Silver, narr; Brehm/Ins
Ens). Opus One #10. A- [077576] .................................................................................................. 13.00
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1831.*ZELENKA: Three Sonatas for Two Oboes, Bassoon & Continuo. R.Toubman; Burkle,
oboes; Miller, bassoon; Pinkham, Carroll & O.Toubman, continuo. Cambridge CRS1814. FS [051806]............................................................................................................................. 5.00
1832.*ZEMLINSKY: The Four String Quartets (#2 is analog recording). HANS APOSTEL: Quartet
#1. LaSalle Quartet. [dig] DGG 2741 016(3). A- to A [080782] ................................................. 20.00
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1833. A PANORAMA OF AMERICAN ORCHESTRAL MUSIC: Works of PAINE (As You Like It
Overture); MacDOWELL (Tone Poem, "Lamia"); GROFE (Huckleberry Finn);
GERSHWIN (Piano Prelude #2, orch. Stone); HARRIS (1st Interlude from Folk-Song
Symphony). Korn/PO. Allegro / Elite 3149. B- [077861] ............................................................. 14.00
1834.*AMERICAN SONGS: Amy Beach(3); Jack Beeson(3); Hugo Weisgall(4); Lee Hoiby(4);
Ernst Bacon(7). Neill & Hoiby, piano. CRI SD-462. A- [075275] .............................................. 10.00
1835.*AURORA BOREALIS: Music from Norway - ARNSTAD: Arabeske. FONGAARD:
Legende. JANSON: Forspill (Tellefsen, vln). NORDHEIM: Spur (Ellegaard, accordion).
PERSEN: CSV. SODERLIND: Polaris. THOMMESSEN: Barbaresk. Dreier/RPO.
Unicorn UN2-75028(2). A-(slight jacket scuffs) [070897] ............................................................ 14.00
1836.*AVANT GARDE MUSIC FROM SPAIN: VOLUME 1: XAVIER BENGUEREL - Concerto
for Two Flutes & Strings (Rampal; Gratacos). JOSEP SOLER: Sonatina for Flute & Ch
Orch (Gratacos). JOSEP M. MESTRES-QUADRENY - Musica Per A Anna (Ricci,
mezzo; Quartet Parrenin). JOACHIM HOMS: Octet de Vent. (Misc conductors and
small ens) Candide CE-31047. A- [075303] ................................................................................... 10.00
1837.*BOSTON UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY: 1976 - In Berlin & Boston. Haydn - Symphony #96.
Dello Joio - Meditations on Ecclesiastes. Wagner - Meistersinger Prelude. Bartok Concerto for Orchestra. Joseph Silverstein, conductor. [Haydn rec live in Symphony Hall,
Boston; the rest recorded live at Hochschule der Kunste, Berlin, during Fourth
International Meeting of Student Orchestras, sponsored by Herbert von Karajan
Foundation] Boston University BU-101(2). A- [074435]............................................................... 29.00
1838.*COMPUTER MUSIC FROM UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS: Lejaren Hiller & Leonard
Isaacson - Illiac Suite for String Quartet (University of Illinois Composition Quartet).
Lejaren Hiller & Robert Baker - Computer Cantata (Hamm, soprano;
McKenzie/University of Illinois Ch Players. Heliodor HS-25053. A- [074438] .......................... 9.00
1839.*CONTEMPORARY HUNGARIAN MUSIC: FERENC FARKAS - Prelude & Fugue. PAL
KADOSA - Pian e Forte - Sonata for Orchestra. RUDOLF MAROS - Two Laments.
FRIGYES HIDAS - Concertino. Misc Artists; Lehel/Hungarian Radio Orch. Qualiton
SLPX-1273. A- [067199] ................................................................................................................ 10.00
1840.*CONTEMPORARY MUSIC FOR FLUTE: Works of Franco Evangelisti, Yoritsune
Matsudaira, Niccolo Castiglioni, Bruno Maderna, Luciano Berio & Olivier Messiaen.
Gazzelloni, flute; Aloys Kontarsky, piano (in Maderna, Messiaen & Castiglioni). Time S8008. A- [065615] ........................................................................................................................... 13.00
1841.*CONTEMPORARY MUSIC FROM NORWAY: SAEVERUD - 6 Sonatines. HURUM - 3
Aquarelles. (Kayser, piano, in both) JORDAN - 6 Songs (Lovberg, soprano; Levin,
piano). Philips 6507 004. A- to A [081471].................................................................................... 12.00
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1842.*DIGITAL PERCUSSION: VARESE - Ionisation. CAGE - First Construction in Metal.
FARBERMAN - Evolution. Civil, horn; Drower, soprano; Farberman/London
Percussion Ens. [dig] Moss Music D-MMG-105. FS [074441] ...................................................... 9.00
1843.*DINNER MUSIC OF THE 1740S: Works of Loeillet, Boismortier, Telemann & Handel.
Boston Baroque Ensemble. Cambridge CRS-1815. A- [074080] .................................................. 8.00
1844.*DOUBLE MUSIC: Works for Percussion & Strings by Cage (2nd Construction), Foss
(Percussion Quartet), Cage & Harrison (Double Music) & Sollenberger (The Two and The
One). New Music Consort. New World NW-330. A- [077707] ..................................................... 9.00
1845.*FAMOUS WALTZES: Volume 2: By Rosas, Lanner(2), Lehar(2) & Ziehrer(2). BauerTheussl/Vienna Volksoper Orch. [dig] Philips 6514 068. A- to A [054416] ................................ 9.00
1846.*HARVARD-RADCLIFFE ORCHESTRA: Schumann - Symphony #3. Verdi - Forza Overture.
Yannatos, conductor. [1979] AFKA SK-4638. A-- [057552] ....................................................... 10.00
1847.*LISZT-BARTOK FESTIVAL: Budapest, 1961. Recordings of the four winners of the piano
competition in music of Liszt (except Cianni in Bartok): Gabor Gabos; David Wilde;
Dino Cianni; Valentyn Belcsenko. [tulip labels] DGG 136 292. B+ [074663] ........................... 11.00
1848.*LONDON PHILHARMONIC IN CONCERT: Berlioz - Royal Hunt & Storm. Debussy Afternoon of a Faun. Stravinsky - Firebird Suite. Sibelius - Symphony #2.
Pritchard/LPO. Pye Virtuoso TPLS-13032(2). A- [077664]........................................................ 12.00
1849.*MEETING AT THE SUMMIT: Benny Goodman plays Jazz Jazz-Classics: the composers
conduct: Stravinsky: Ebony Concerto; Bernstein: Prelude, Fugue & Riffs; Copland:
Clarinet Concerto; Morton Gould: Derivations. Col MS-6805. A-(early "2-eyes" labels;
demo copy) [072458] ...................................................................................................................... 13.00
1850.*MUSIC AT THE COURT OF: LEOPOLD I (c.1658-1705): Works of Fux, Biber, Schmelzer
& Legrenzi. Harnoncourt/Concentus Musicus. Bach Guild BGS-70690. FS [053577] ............. 10.00
1851.*MUSICA HUNGARICA: Anthology of Hungarian music from antiquity to Ferenc Erkel.
[very inadequate notes; perhaps the single texts booklet enclosed was supposed to have
been accompanied by another one which is missing from this copy] Qualiton SLPX1214/17(4). A- [064284] ................................................................................................................. 14.00
1852.*MUSICAL TREASURES FROM THE KROMERIZ CASTLE. Works of Carissimi, HandlGallus, Pecelius, Biber, Vejvanovsky, etc. Prague Madrigal Singers; Prague Chamber
soloists; Prague Chamber Orchestra; Prague Symphony. Supraphon 1 12 0991(2). A[073696] .......................................................................................................................................... 14.00
1853.*MUSIQUE CONCRETE: Compositions realized in the studios of Groupe de Recherche
Musicales, ORTF, Paris, by P.Schaeffer, F.B.Mache, M.Philippot, F.Bayle, L.Ferrari, Ivo
Malec & B.Parmegiana. Candide CE-31025. A- [075305] ............................................................ 10.00
1854.*NEW YORK PRO MUSICA: The Kynge's Musicke - Instrumental music of the Tudor Court
from Henry VIII to Elizabeth I. Works of Cornysh, Munday, Whyte, Tallis, Bevin,
Coperario, Anon, Farnaby, Newman, Byrd, Ward, Dowland & Henry VII himself. John
Reeves White directs. Decca DL-79434. A- [078341] .................................................................... 8.00
1855.*OVERTURES TO SHAKESPEARE: SMETANA - Macbeth & the Three Witches. BERLIOZ
- King Lear. SIBELIUS - The Tempest. TCHAIKOVSKY - Romeo & Juliet.
Smetacek/Prague Sym. [Colorful, incisive readings, esp riveting in the little-known
Smetana] Parliament PLPS-603. A-(brief, lgt tks in Romeo) [077786] ......................................... 14.00
LP's: Collections
- continued
1856.*PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA: First Chair Encores, Vol. 2. Panitz (flute): Bloch - Suite
Modale. de Lancie, oboe: Marcello Concerto. Gigliotti (clarinet): Debussy Rhapsody #1.
Garfield (bassoon): Weber - Hungarian Fantasy. Costello (harp): Debussy - Dances
Sacree et Profane. Owen (Marimba): Creston Concertino. Ormandy/Phila. Col MS-6977.
A-(early "2-eyes" labels) [066945] ................................................................................................. 13.00
1857.*QUEEN ELIZABETH OF BELGIUM INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION: PIANO
- 1983. Pierre Volondat: Liszt Concerto #2. Daniel Blumenthal: Frederic Devreese Concerto #4. Wolfgang Manz: Rachmaninov Concerto #2. Boyan Vodenitcharov:
Beethoven Concerto #5. All with Octors/Belgian National Orchestra. Phonic 2980
005(3). A- to A [060230] ................................................................................................................ 20.00
1858. 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- [064856] .................................................................................................................... 10.00
1859.*SMITHSONIAN BACH COLLECTION: The Six Brandenburg Concerti. Fuller/Aston
Magna Ensemble. [Played on period instruments; most (all?) from Smithsonian Museum
collection] Smithsonian N-3016(3). A- [065581] ........................................................................... 13.00
1860.*STAR SHINING IN THE MOUNTAIN: Music of Medieval & Renaissance Spain. Trio Live
Oak (singing - and playing, variously - cornetto, 'ud, bombard, dumbek, flutes, gtenor viol,
vihuela de mano, vihuela de arco & bagpipe). Mnemosyne Mn-2. A- to A [081582] ................... 10.00
1861.*SWITCHED ON BACH: Brandenburg Concerto #3; 2-Part Inventions; Preludes & Fugues #2
& 7; Jesu; Wachet Auf; Air; Sinfonia to Cantata #29. Walter Carlos, Moog Synthesizer.
[Classic, of course!] Col MS-7194. A-(early "2-eyes" labels;) [077811] ....................................... 10.00
1862.*THE NEW MUSIC, VOLUME 2: Boulez - Sonatine for Flute & Piano. Haubenstock-Ramati Interpolation for Flute. Maderna - Oboe Concerto. Gazzelloni, flute; Faber, Oboe;
Maderna/Rome Sym Members. [never on LM/LSC] RCA VICS-1312. A- [071368]................ 13.00
1863.*THE SOUNDS OF AMERICA: 1776-1976. Commemorative concert by Maazel/Cleveland
Orchestra (1-11-1976; Severence Hall): Works of Bernstein, Copland, Schuman, Still,
Gould, Ellington, Ives, Donald Erb (premiere of Music for a Festive Occasion), Dvorak,
Joplin, Gershwin; with various readings. TRW T-1976(2). A- [064552]....................................... 26.00
1864.*VICTORIA SYMPHONY: Debut Recording. HARRY FREEDMAN: Klee Wyck.
GINASTERA: Dances from Estancia. TCHAIKOVSKY: Romeo & Juliet. Paul Freeman,
conductor. [recorded 1983] Total TRC-1060. A- [074086].............................................................. 9.00
1865. VIRTUOSI DI ROMA: Corelli - Concerto Grosso Op.6, #4. Vivaldi - Concerto in F (Zanfini,
oboe). Fasano, conductor. [In print from late 1954 to February 1957; insert print in cut-out
box frame is Carlo Crivelli's "Madonna & Child."] [3S/1S] RCA LHMV-2. A- [084553] ........... 18.00
1866. VIRTUOSI DI ROMA: Works of Albinoni(2), Vivaldi & Pergolesi. Fasano, conductor. Angel
45019. A-(British pressing) [057976] ............................................................................................. 10.00
LP's: Bassoon
1867.*GROSSMAN: Danzi - Bassoon Quartets, Op.40: #1 & #2. Friedmann; Figueroa; Orazi.
MHS 837. A- [054714] ..................................................................................................................... 6.00
1868. HONGNE: Weber Concerto. LANCELOT (Clarinet): Weber Concerto #1. De
Froment/Oiseau-Lyre Ens. Oiseau-Lyre OL-50105. A-(in original box) [035979] ...................... 5.00
1869.*LAROQUE: Vivaldi - Four Concerti. Wallez/Ensemble Instrumental de France. Peters
PLE-093. FS [046388] ...................................................................................................................... 5.00
LP's: Clarinet
1870.*FRIEDLI: Concerti by Pleyel (in C), Molter (in D) & Mercadante (in B-flat).
Angerer/Southwest German Ch Orch, Pforzheim. Claves D-813. A- [077851] ......................... 9.00
1871. KELL: Brahms - Clarinet Quintet, Op.115. Fine Arts Quartet. Concert Disc M-1202.
B(mostly A-, but a few scrs) [065566] ............................................................................................. 7.00
1872. KELL: Mozart Concerto. Zimbler Sinfonietta. [10-inch] Decca DL-7500. B [072268] .................... 15.00
1873. KELL: Short works by Debussy(4), Walter Mourant(3) & Reginald Porter Brown.
Camarata/Orch. [10-inch] Decca DL-7550. C+ [072269] ............................................................. 9.00
1874.*MEYER: Works of Baermann, Weber & Mendelssohn. Faerber/Wurttemberg Ch Orch.
[dig; DMM] EMI EL-27 0220 1. A- to A [072763] ......................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Flute
1875. BAKER: Mozart Flute Quartets, K.285, K.285b & K.298. Zarief, vln; Mankovitz, vla;
Oxman, vcl. Period SPL-728. A-- [077077] .................................................................................. 25.00
1876.*BARON & RAMPAL: Flute Duets by Bach Family: C.P.E.(1), J.S.(1) and W.F(2). Fuller,
harpsichord. Dover HCR-ST-7013. FS [058317] ............................................................................. 7.00
1877.*DEBOST: Vivaldi - The Six Concerti, Op.10. Auriacombe/Toulouse Ch Orch. Sera S60128. FS [052879]........................................................................................................................... 6.00
1878.*DINGFELDER: Hoffmeister - Concerto in G. Telemann - Suite in a. Leonard/ECO. ASV
ALH-966. A- to A [039571] ............................................................................................................. 5.00
1879.*GAZZELLONI: Vivaldi - Five Concerti. I Musici. Philips 6500 707. FS [057599] ............................. 7.00
1880.*GAZZELLONI: Works for solo flute by Franco Evangelisti, Luciano Berio & Yoritsune
Matsudaira; Works for flue & piano by Messiaen, Niccolo Castiglioni & Bruno Maderna.
Aloys Kontarsky, pf. Mainstream MS-5014. A- [077793]............................................................ 15.00
1881.*MARTIN: (Peter): Kuhlau - Six Divertissements for Flute. [DMM] Thorofon MTH-225. A- to
A [058267] ........................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1882.*NICOLET: Concerti of Mozart (K.314), Michel Blavet (in a) & Leclair (Op.7, #3).
Baumgartner/Festival Strings Lucerne. DGG SLPEM-136 547. A- [045083] ............................ 6.00
1883.*NICOLET: Flute & Oboe Works by Bellini, Molique, Moscheles & Rietz. Holliger, oboe;
Inbal/Frankfurt Radio Orch. Philips 9500 070. FS [058994] ....................................................... 7.00
1884.*PRESTON: Bach - Five Sonatas. Pinnock, harpsichord; Savall, viola da gamba. CRD
1014/5(2). A- to A [077790] ........................................................................................................... 15.00
1885.*PRESTON: C. P. E. Bach - Concerti in in a & B. Pinnock/The English Concert. Archiv 2533
455. FS [055636]............................................................................................................................... 5.00
1886.*RAMPAL: Chopin - Rossini Variations. Schumann - Three Romances. Schubert - Introduction
& Variations. Veyron-Lacroix, piano. Everest 3165. FS [058073]................................................. 7.00
LP's: Flute - continued
1887.*RAMPAL: Sonata by Giuliani & Loeillet for Flute & Guitar (with Rene Bartoli, who also
plays guitar suite by Visee). Odyssey 32 16 0218. FS [054682] ...................................................... 6.00
1888.*RAMPAL: Sonatas by Telemann(2), J.C.F Bach and J.C. Bach. Veyron-Lacroix, harpsichord
& piano. West WGS-8115. FS [050520] .......................................................................................... 6.00
1889.*RAMPAL: Sonatas of Poulenc & Prokofiev. Debussy - Syrinx. Bartok - Hungarian Peasant
Suite. Veyron-Lacroix, piano. Odyssey Y-33905. A-(demo timing sticker on cover)
[059537] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
1890. RAMPAL: Telemann - Suite for Flute & Strings; Suite in a; Don Quixote Suite. Brott/McGill
Chamber Orch. [Live; 11/27/63] Janus JA-19016. FS [039633] ................................................... 5.00
1891.*RAMPAL: Works of Albinoni, Bach, Bodinus, Kuhlau, Quantz & Telemann. Golber,
harpsichord; Duschenes, flute & recorder. Orion ORS-7149. FS [056915] .................................... 6.00
1892.*SHAFFER: Mozart - Concerti #1 & #2; Andante in C. Kurtz/PO. Sera S-60123. FS [051349] .......... 5.00
1893.*VON BAHR: Works for Piccolo, Flute, Alto Flute & Bass Flute by: C.P.E.Bach(3),
Boccherini, Leonid Bashmakov & Ginastera. Misc Assisting Artists. Bis LP-6. A- to A
[039293] ............................................................................................................................................ 5.00
1894. WANAUSEK: Mozart Concerti #1 & #2. Swarowsky/Ch Orch. Vox PL-8130. B+ to B
[043667] ............................................................................................................................................ 6.00
1895.*WILSON: (Ransom): Solo works of Bach, Telemann, Marais & Blavet. [presented by Yehudi
Menuhin Foundation] Orion ORS-7289. FS [058993] ..................................................................... 7.00
1896.*WILSON: (Ransom): The Rococo Flute - Works of Mozart, C.P.E. Bach, Clementi, Corrette.
Fuller, harpsichord. Orion ORS-7283. FS [043352] ........................................................................ 5.00
1897. WITTGENSTEIN: (Milton): Telemann - Tafelmusik 1733 II, #2 & #4; Trio in e; Quartet in d.
Loeillet - Trio Sonata in b. Ens including Marlowe, harpsichord; Baron, flute; etc. West
WL-5076. C/B- [043677] .................................................................................................................. 6.00
1898.*ZUKERMAN: Concerti of C.P.E. Bach, Stamitz & Vivaldi. P.Zukerman/ECO. CBS M35879. FS [057386]........................................................................................................................... 6.00
LP's: Oboe
1899.*BOYD: (Douglas): Strauss & Mozart Concerti. Berglund/Ch Orch of Europe. [dig] ASV
COE-808. FS [057526] ..................................................................................................................... 6.00
1900.*CSANKY: Concerti of Bach, Handel, Vivaldi & Marcello. Sandor/Liszt Ch Orch.
Hungaroton SLPX-11740. FS [048306] ........................................................................................... 5.00
1901.*DE VRIES: Albinoni Concerti, Op.9 #2, 5, 8 & 11. Alma Musica Amsterdam. Angel SZ37802. FS [040263]........................................................................................................................... 5.00
1902. GOOSSENS: Works of Marcello, Cimarosa, Bach(2) & Handel. Sargent &
Cameron/Liverpool Phil; Susskind/Philharmonia String Orch. Col ML-4782. B
[074354] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1903.*HOFF: (Brynjar): Concerto by Trygve Madsen; short works by C.G. Sparre Olsen, Ragnar
Soderlind & Sigrd Berge. Dreier/LPO. [Engineering by Robert Auger] Philips 6529 090.
FS(c/c) [051376] ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
1904.*HOLLIGER: Vivaldi Concerti (4: RV 446, 452, 454 & 545). Thunemann, bassoon; I Musici.
[dig] Philips 6514 167. FS [055618] ................................................................................................. 6.00
LP's: Oboe
- continued
1905.*LARDROT: Virtuoso Oboe, Vol. 3 - Concerti by Vivaldi, J.C.Fischer, Leclair & Albinoni.
Bottcher/Wiener Solisten. Vanguard VSD-2138. A- [073811] ...................................................... 9.00
1906.*MEERWEIN: (Oboe & English Horn): Works of Schumann, Frohlich, Donizetti & Yvon.
Bergemann, piano. BASF 25 22133-4. A- [040334] ....................................................................... 5.00
1907.*PIERLOT: Concerti of Cimarosa, Salieri, Albinoni & Vivaldi. de Froment/Luxembourg
Radio Orch. Peters PLE-004. FS [048318] ..................................................................................... 5.00
1908. SHULMAN: Handel Concerti #8 & #10. Vivaldi - Concerto for 4 Violins. Eidus/Orch.
Stradavari STR-604. B+ [046507] .................................................................................................... 5.00
LP's: Recorder
1909.*BRUGGEN: Works of Parcham, Van Eyck, Loeillet, Dieupart & Telemann. Leonhardt,
harpsichord; Harnoncourt, gamba. Telefunken SAWT-9482-A. FS [055629] .............................. 6.00
1910.*CLEMENCIC: Marcello - 12 Sonatas, Op.2. HNH 3-4075X(3). A- [076727] .................................... 15.00
LP's: Trumpet
1911.*SCHWARZ: Haydn & Hummel Concerti. Schwarz/Y Chamber Sym of NY. [early digital recorded 1979] Delos DMS-3001. A- [059481] ............................................................................... 8.00
LP's: Tuba
1912.*PIERNIK: Short works of Eccles, Dvorak, Mozart, Schumann, Saint-Saens, Schubert,
Mussorgsky & Paderewski. Lesniak, piano. Stolat SMZ-0115. A-(c/c) [060020] .......................... 7.00
LP's: Violinists
1913.*9TH INTERNATIONAL: WIENIAWSKI VIOLIN COMPETITION (Poznan, 1986):
Performances by Ewgenij Buszkow (USSR; Bach); Robert Kabara (Poland; Brahms);
Nobu Wakabayashi (Japan; Chausson); Wiktor Kuzniecow; (USSR; Wieniawski);
Patricia Shih (Canada; Wieniawski). [no notes - apparently as issued] Muza SX-2239. Ato A [057107] .................................................................................................................................. 17.00
1914.*ACCARDO: Brahms Concerto. Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch. Philips 9500 624. A- to
A(c/c) [071318] ................................................................................................................................. 8.00
1915.*ACCARDO: Bruch Concerti #1 & #2. Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch. Philips 9500 422.
A- to A [071332] ............................................................................................................................. 10.00
1916.*ACCARDO: Bruch Concerto #3; Adagio Appassionato (Op.57) & Romance (Op.42).
Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus. Philips 9500 589. A- to A [071333] ............................................... 9.00
1917.*ACCARDO: Mendelssohn - Concerti in e and d. Dutoit/LPO. Philips 9500 154. A- to
A(German-only notes) [034394] ....................................................................................................... 7.00
1918.*AMOYAL: Bruch & Glazounov Concerti. Scimone/RPO. Erato STU-71164. A- [078932] ............... 8.00
1919.*AMOYAL: Saint-Saens Concerto #3; Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso; Havanaise.
Handley/NPO. MHS 3738. A- [074983] ......................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
1920.*AYO: Vivaldi - 4 Seasons. Negri/Berlin Ch Orch. Phil 9500 100. A- to A [054799] ........................ 6.00
1921.*BERLIN (Leo): Berwald Concerto. Krenz/Stockholm Phil (also play Debussy Faun & 2
Nocturnes). [Swedish-only notes] Lyssna LY-75-6. A- [065385].................................................... 9.00
1922.*BONALDI: Francois Francoeur - 4 Sonatas for Violin & Bass Continuo. Lamy, viola da
gamba; Petit, harpsichord. Societe Francaise du son SXL-20,155. A- [072580] ........................... 11.00
1923.*BRESS: Reger Sonatas #1, 3, 7 (solo). Dover HCR-ST-7016. A- [062453] ......................................... 8.00
1924.*BRESS: Spohr Concerti #8 & #9. Beck/Orch. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-278. A- [064181]............................ 9.00
1925.*BRODSKY (Vadim): Tchaikovsky - Concerto; Valse-scherzo in C. Wit/Polish Radio Orch.
MHS 7091. A- [081030] ................................................................................................................... 9.00
1926.*BROWN: (Iona): Beethoven Concerto. Marriner/ASMF. London 414 501-1. A-(Dutch
pressing) [052286] ............................................................................................................................ 6.00
1927.*BROWN: (Iona): Mozart Concerto #1 & #5. Brown also conducts ASMF. [dig] London 411
707-1. A- to A(Dutch pressing) [070837] ......................................................................................... 8.00
1928.*BROWN: Telemann - 5 Concerti. Brown/ASMF. [dig] Phil 411125. A- to A [080469] ..................... 9.00
1929. BUSCH: Bach - Concerto #2; Concerto in d for Two Violins (Magnes). Busch Chamber
Players. Col ML-4002. C(scratchy but very listenable; scarce!) [070848] .................................... 11.00
1930. CAMPOLI: Bliss Concerto; Theme & Cadenza for Violin & Orch. Composer/LPO. [great
cover portrait of Bliss] London LL-1398. A- to B+ [081550] ........................................................ 12.00
1931. CAMPOLI: Mendelssohn Concerto (Van Beinum/LPO). Side 2: Mendelssohn 4th
(Rossi/Turin Sym). Decca Ace of Clubs ACL-4. A- [082087] ..................................................... 16.00
1932.*CARMIRELLI: Albinoni - Twelve Concerti a Cinque, Op.5. I Musici. [dig] Philips 6769
082(2). A- to A [074610] .................................................................................................................. 8.00
1933. DAHMEN: Sibelius Concerto. Van Beinum/LPO. London LL-777. C(noisy - but scarce!)
[069707] ............................................................................................................................................ 5.00
1934. DRESHER: Prokofiev Concerti #1 & #2. Schreiber/Berlin Sym. [pseudonyms?] Royale 1483.
B- [075255] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1935.*EFFENBACH: (Leah): Chopin - Four Scherzi. Aristocrat A-040176. FS [051340] ............................. 9.00
1936. ELMAN: Mendelssohn Concerto Elman; Defauw/CSO. [10-inch; scarce disc] RCA LM-5. B
to B-(looks worse than it sounds) [084732] .................................................................................... 12.00
1937. ELMAN: Wieniawski Concerto. Hilsberg/Robin Hood Dell Orchestra of Philadelphia. [10in]] RCA LM-53. A--(surface begins side 1 as B+ with occasional light tks, but improves
quickly to A--; most plays a stunning A-; superb copy of one of Elman's rarest recordings,
deleted 1956) [084768] ................................................................................................................... 75.00
1938. ELMAN: A Tribute to Mischa Elman on His 40th Anniversary. Works of Massenet &
Dvorak (Mittman, pf; and of Drigo, Gossec, Drdla, Beethoven, Arensky & Cui (Rose, pf.
[10-in; scarce - deleted Dec 1954] RCA LM-83. B [084767] ........................................................ 50.00
1939.*FERRAS: Beethoven Concerto. Karajan/BPO. DGG 139 021. A- to A [055338] .............................. 9.00
1940.*FERRAS: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Klopfenstein/Monte Carlo Opera Orch, who also
play Namouna excerpts. [notes in French & German only] Concert Hall SMS-2675. A[071253] .......................................................................................................................................... 18.00
1941.*FODOR: Glazounov & Khachaturian Concerti. Mata/LSO. RCA ARL1-2954. A- [071254] ........... 14.00
1942.*FODOR: Kreisler - 12 Pieces. Swedish, piano. RCA ARL1-2365. A- [072525] .................................. 9.00
1943.*FODOR: Vitali - Chaconne. Bloch - Nigun. Works of Paganini, Scriabin-Szigeti, Sarasate(2),
Bazzini. Olson, piano; Payne, organ. RCA ARL1-1172. A- [052606]............................................ 8.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
1944.*FONTANAROSA: Violin/Cello Duos by Kodaly, Martinu & Villa-Lobos. Renaud
Fontanarosa, cello. Classic 991.091. A- [071309] ........................................................................ 11.00
1945. FOURNIER: (Jean): Faure Sonatas in A & e. Ginette Doyen, piano. West W-9072. [071311].......... 16.00
1946.*FRANCESCATTI: Sibelius Concerto (Bernstein/NYP); Bruch Concerto (Schippers/NYP).
Col MS-6731. A-(cover scuffy) [080893] ........................................................................................ 8.00
1947.*FRIEDMAN: Franck & Debussy Sonatas. Previn, pf. RCA LSC-2907. A-(c/c) [074977] ................ 11.00
1948. FUCHS: Martinu - Three Madrigals. Mozart - Duo #2. Lillian Fuchs, viola. Decca DL-8510.
A-(superb copy) [051557] ............................................................................................................... 12.00
1949. FUCHS: Vaughan Williams Concerto. Zimbler String Sinfonietta, who also play Tansman
Triptych. Decca DL-9625. B- [054584].......................................................................................... 10.00
1950. GLENN: Vivaldi Concerti in c, g & E (Goldschmidt/Paris Pro Musica Ch Orch). Sd 1:
Vivaldi - Concerto for Violin in g; Concerto for 2 Violins in c (Ephrekian / Litschauer
Vienna Ch Orch; soloists not named). Period SPL-514. A-- [070906] ........................................ 14.00
1951.*GRUMIAUX: Franck & Grieg Sonatas. Sebok, piano. Philips 9500 568. A- to A [055303] ............... 8.00
1952.*GRUMIAUX: Mozart - Duos, K.423 & K.424. Hoffmeister - Duo in G. Pelliccia, viola.
Philips 839 747. A- to A [080910] .................................................................................................. 12.00
1953.*GRUMIAUX: Mozart Concerto #3 & #5. Davis/LSO. Philips 835 112. A- to A [080801] ................. 9.00
1954.*GRUMIAUX: Saint-Saens 3rd & Vieuxtemps 5th Concerti. Rosenthal/Lamoureux Orch.
Philips PHC-9109. A-(U.S. pressing; c/c) [080915] ......................................................................... 9.00
1955.*GRUMIAUX: Viotti Concerto #22. Michael Haydn - Concerto in A. de Waart/ACO. Philips
839 757. A- to A [055305] ................................................................................................................ 8.00
1956.*GULLI: Bach - Sonata #1. Tartini - Devil's Trill Sonata. Paganini - Capricci #13 & #20.
Vieuxtemps - Romanza. Cavallo, piano. MHS 1359. A- [054249] ................................................. 8.00
1957.*GULLI: Paganini - Concerto #5 (1st recording) Rosada/Ch Orch); I Palpita; Cantabile in D
(Cavallo, piano). Decca DL-710081. A-(c/c) [070405] ................................................................. 11.00
1958.*GULLI: Tartini - Concerti in D & F; Concerto Grosso. Abbado/Angelicum Orch. MHS
3223. A- [080987] ............................................................................................................................. 8.00
1959. HAENDEL: Beethoven Concerto. Kubelik/PO. [very poor condition, but rare and perhaps of
value to someone as a stopgap] RCA LBC-1003. C-(jacket has clumsy tape repair)
[073927] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1960.*HARTH: Faure Sonata, Op.13. YSAYE: Sonata, Op.27, #3. BLOCH: Nigun. CHOPINMILSTEIN: Nocturne in c#. Loesser, piano (in Faure); Anschutz (in rest). MHS 1531. A[081017] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1961. HEIFETZ: Beethoven - The Complete Sonatas for Violin & Piano. Brooks Smith, piano (in
Op.47); Emanuel Bay (in rest). [mono-only issue] [WD labels] RCA LM-6707(5). A(marks on side 7 cause only mod snd, 1/8-inch) [056962] ............................................................. 30.00
1962. HEIFETZ: Beethoven Sonata #4 & #7. Bay, piano [SD labels] RCA LVT-1040. A- [082476] .......... 12.00
1963. HEIFETZ: Beethoven Sonata #7. Bay, piano. [10-inch] RCA LM-60. B [084777] ............................. 12.00
1964. HEIFETZ: Bruch - Scottish Fantasy. Steinberg/RCA Victor Sym; Stanley Chaloupka, harp.
[10-inch] RCA LM-4. B+(occ tks) [084731] .................................................................................. 10.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
1965. HEIFETZ: Bruch Concerto #1 (Sargent/LSO). SAINT-SAENS - Violin Sonata #1 (Bay,
piano). [WD labels] RCA LM-9007. A-(demo copy) [082361] ..................................................... 10.00
1966. HEIFETZ: Conus Concerto; Chausson Poeme (Solomon/RCA Sym); Sarasate
Zigeunerweisen; Saint-Saens Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso (Steinberg/RCA Sym).
[SD labels] RCA LM-2069. A- [064731] ....................................................................................... 13.00
1967. HEIFETZ: Debussy Sonata #3. Respighi Sonata in b. Bay, piano. [SD labels] RCA LVT-1034.
A- [082472] ..................................................................................................................................... 15.00
1968. HEIFETZ: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Steinberg/RCA Victor Symphony. [10-inch] RCA
LM-127. A--(very fine!) [084812] .................................................................................................. 13.00
1969. HEIFETZ: Mendelssohn Concerto (Cantelli/NYP). Saint-Saens - Havanaise. Bruch Concerto slow movement (both with unidentified orchs). Korngold - Garden Scene (Bay, piano).
Rococo 2071. A- [073879].............................................................................................................. 14.00
1970. HEIFETZ: Mendelssohn Concerto (Beecham/RPO). Bruch - Scottish Fantasy
(Steinberg/RCA Sym). [in print 10/53 - 10/58; great Scottish cover art] RCA LM-9016.
A-(superb copy of earliest pressing) [082365]................................................................................ 20.00
1971. HEIFETZ: Mendelssohn Concerto. Beecham/RPO. [10-inch] RCA LM-18. B+(occ tks)
[084747] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1972.*HEIFETZ: Mozart Concerto #4 (Sargent/LSO); & #5 (Heifetz/Ch Orch). RCA LSC-3265.
A- [072494] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1973. HEIFETZ: Mozart Concerto #5 (Sargent/LSO). Beethoven - Two Romances (Steinberg/RCA
Sym). [SD labels] RCA LM-9014. A-(demo copy) [082364] ........................................................ 10.00
1974. HEIFETZ: Walton Concerto (Composer/PO). Vieuxtemps Concerto #5 (Sargent/LSO).
[deleted 10/58] [PD labels] RCA LVT-1033. A--(occ tks) [082471] ............................................. 20.00
1975.*HOELSCHER: Brahms Concerto. Tennstedt/NDR. [digital] Angel DS-37798. FS(demo
copy) [050976] .................................................................................................................................. 6.00
1976.*HOELSCHER: Sarasate - Zigeunerweisen; Introduction & Tarantella; Carmen-Fantasie.
Wieniawski - Polonaise Brillante; Fantaisie Brillante. Wallberg/Munich Radio Orch.
[quad] Electrola 1C063-30 804. A- [059152] ................................................................................... 8.00
1977.*HUGGETT: (Monica): Vivaldi Concerti RV #253, #271, #277 & #353. Goodman/London
Vivaldi Orch. ASV ALH-953. A- [074997] .................................................................................... 9.00
1978.*JARRY: Haydn Concerti in C, G and A. Paillard/Paillard Ch Orch. MHS 1910. A- [077814] ......... 7.00
1979.*JASEK: (Ladislav): Szymanowski Concerto #2. Prokofiev Concerto #2. Turnovsky/Prague
Sym. Artia ALPS-713. A-- [060954]................................................................................................ 7.00
1980.*KANTOROW: Sonatas of Ravel & Debussy; Ravel - Tzigane. Rouvier, piano. MHS 3174. A[080829] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1981. KAUFMAN: Barber Concerto (Goehr/New Sym Soc). LEO SMIT (piano): Copland Piano
Concerto (Composer/New Sym Soc). Concert Hall H-1550. B [070205]..................................... 11.00
1982. KAUFMAN: Saint-Saens Concerto #3; Havanaise. van den Berg/Netherlands Philharmonic.
[10-inch] Musical Masterpiece Soc MMS 62. B+(a little tape on jacket) [071812]....................... 13.00
1983.*KLASINC: Paganini - Three Sonatas for Violin & Guitar. Bauml, guitar. [German-only notes]
Electrola 80 696. A- to A [058251] .................................................................................................. 9.00
1984.*KLING: Dussek Sonatas, Op.69, #1 & 2. Kann, hammerklavier, 1815. MHS 3654. A[077813] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
1985. KOCSIS: Giuliani - Sonata for Violin & Guitar. Paganini - Sonatas #1, 2 & 4 for Violin &
Guitar. Szendrei-Karper, guitar. [10-inch] Qualiton HLPM-1568. A- [058300] ........................... 9.00
1986.*KOVACS: (Denes): Beethoven - Sonatas for Violin & Piano (complete). Mihaly Bacher,
piano. Hungaroton SLPX-11700-04(5). A-(minor box scuffs) [075144] ....................................... 23.00
1987.*KREBBERS: Haydn Concerti #1 & #4. Rieu/Amsterdam Ch Orch. Crossroads 22 16 0206.
A- [071277] ..................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1988. KREISLER: Grieg Sonata #3. Schubert Sonata #5. Rachmaninoff, piano. [SD] RCA LVT1009. A- [082457] ........................................................................................................................... 24.00
1989. KREISLER: Souvenirs. Works by Kreisler (9), Dohnanyi, and Dvorak-Kreisler (4). Lamson,
piano. [recorded 1924-1929] RCA VIC-1372. A- [060776]............................................................. 7.00
1990.*KREMER: Tchaikovsky Concert; Serenade Melancolique. Maazel/BPO. [dig] DGG 2532
001. A- to A [060768] ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
1991.*KULKA: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Saint-Saens - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso.
Kord/Polish Radio Orch. Telefunken 6.41027. A- [056081] ......................................................... 8.00
1992.*LIN: Mozart - Concerto #1 & #4. Leppard/ECO. [dig] CBS M-44503. A-- [060763] ........................ 6.00
1993.*LUCA: Janacek - Sonata. Dvorak - Four Romantic Pieces. Smetana - From My Homeland.
Schoenfield, piano. None H-71350. FS [041853] ............................................................................ 6.00
1994.*MALAN: (Roy): Violin Sonatas by Efrem Zimbalist Sr. & Jr. Thompson; Sutherland,
pianists. Genesis GS-1070. A- [064186]......................................................................................... 10.00
1995. MENUHIN: Bach - Concerti #1 & #2 (Enesco/Paris Symphony; 1936 + 1933); Double
Concerto (Enesco, violin; Monteux/Paris Symphony; 1932). Pathe Marconi 2C05143070. A- to A [082041] ................................................................................................................. 16.00
1996. MENUHIN: Bach Sonata #1 & #2. EMI ALP-1512. A- [082044] ....................................................... 35.00
1997. MENUHIN: Bach Sonata #1, #2 & #3. Kentner, piano. [only in print 8/52 - 8/56] RCA
LHMV-1016. B [082272] ............................................................................................................... 16.00
1998. MENUHIN: Bach Sonata #3 & #4. EMI ALP-1531. A- to B+(mostly A-, but a few light marks
sound) [082045] .............................................................................................................................. 25.00
1999. MENUHIN: Bach Sonata #4, #5 & #6. Kentner, piano. [only in print 8/52 - 8/56] RCA
LHMV-1017. B [082273] ............................................................................................................... 16.00
2000. MENUHIN: Bach Sonata #5 & #6. EMI ALP-1532. A- to B+(mostly A-, but some ticks from
light blems) [082046] ...................................................................................................................... 25.00
2001. MENUHIN: Bartok - Sonata for Violin & Piano (Hephzibah Menuhin, piano); Sonata for
Solo Violin. EMI ALP-1705. A- [082043] ..................................................................................... 35.00
2002. MENUHIN: Bartok Concerto #2. Furtwangler/Philharmonia Orch. [In print from late 1954
to February 1957; insert print in frame of cut-out box is Van Gogh's "Study by
Candlelight."] [3S/1S] RCA LHMV-3. A- [084554]...................................................................... 45.00
2003. MENUHIN: Beethoven - Kreuzer Sonata. Corelli - La Follia. Kentner & Moore,piano. [In
print 3/55 - 2/57; insert print in cutout box frame is Rembrandt's "Shepherd and
Shepherdess."] [2S/1S] RCA LHMV-10. A- [084561] .................................................................. 32.00
2004.*MENUHIN: Beethoven - Romances #1 & #2. Wieniawski - Legend. Chausson - Poeme.
Berlioz - Romance, Reverie et Caprice. Pritchard/PO. EMI SXLP-30249. A- [081428] ............ 12.00
2005. MENUHIN: Beethoven Concerto. Furtwangler/PO. [in print from June or July 1954 February 1957] RCA LHMV-1061. B/B+ [082322] ...................................................................... 15.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
2006.*MENUHIN: Bruch Concerti #1 & #2. Boult/LSO. Angel S-36920. A- [052290] ................................ 7.00
2007.*MENUHIN: Elgar Concerto. Boult/NPO. Angel S-36330. A- [056275] .............................................. 8.00
2008. MENUHIN: Grieg Sonatas #1 - #3. Levin, piano. EMI ALP-1712. A- to B+/A-(occasional
ticks from light blemishes) [082042] .............................................................................................. 35.00
2009.*MENUHIN: Mendelssohn - Concerti in e and d (1822). Fruhbeck de Burgos/LSO. Angel S36850. A- [053095] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
2010. MENUHIN: Mendelssohn - Concerto (Boult/POP); Sonata in F (Moore, piano). [notes in
Italian only] La Voce del Padrone QALP-10161. A- [082453] ...................................................... 35.00
2011.*MENUHIN: Mozart Concerto #1 & #2. Menuhin/Bath Festival Orch. [blue labels] Angel S36231. A- [071344] ......................................................................................................................... 11.00
2012. MENUHIN: Nielsen Concerto (Woldike/Danish National Orch). Also: Nielsen - Aladdin
Suite Exc (Felumb/Tivoli Concerto Hall Orch). Danish Odeon 051-37026. A-- [071343] ........ 11.00
2013. MENUHIN: Saint-Saens Concerto #3 (Poulet/PO. Mendelssohn Sonata in F (Moore, piano).
[recorded 1952/53; issued late 1954; deleted August 1956] RCA LHMV-1071. A-[082330] .......................................................................................................................................... 25.00
2014. MENUHIN: Tchaikovsky Concerto. Fricsay/RIAS. [Live, 1949; notes in Italian only] I Grandi
Concerti GCL-29. A- [082047] ....................................................................................................... 12.00
2015. MENUHIN: Walton Sonata. Beethoven Sonata #1. Kentner, piano. [in print 10/53 - 8/56]
RCA LHMV-1037. B+/B [082301] ................................................................................................ 18.00
2016. MENUHIN: A Tribute on His 65th Birthday (1981). Side one has Menuhin speaking on
various subjects with recorded excerpts (all commercial except slow movement of Bartok
Sonata #1 with Hephzibah Menuhin, piano). Side 2: Broadcast performances (1st issue
here) of Brahms Sonata #3 (Hephzibah Menuhin, piano; 1961) and Tcherepnin Sonata
(Composer, piano; 1972). [some portions stereo] BBC Artium REGL-409. A- to A
[082486] .......................................................................................................................................... 20.00
2017. MENUHIN: Registrazioni Inedite Vol.3: Beethoven - Sonatas #7 & #8 (H.Menuhin, piano);
Turkish March (Gazelle, piano). Schubert - Rondo Brillante (H.Menuhin, piano). Brahms
- Hungarian Dances #4, #6, #11 & #12 (Gazelle & F.Webster, pianos). [recorded 193639; Italian-only notes] La Voce del Padrone 53-2908721. A- to A [082484] ................................ 16.00
2018. MICHAELIAN: (Ernest): Sonatas by Delius (#3) & Dohnanyi. Hagopian, piano. Music
Library Recordings MLR-7047. A- [073421]................................................................................. 12.00
2019.*MICHELUCCI: Locatelli Concerti, Op.3: #1, #8 & #9. I Musici. Philips 6580 035. A- to
A(British pressing) [059665] ............................................................................................................ 8.00
2020.*MICHELUCCI: Mozart Concerto #5. I Musici (who also play Eine Kleine Nachtmusik &
Adagio and Fugue). Philips 6500 537. A- to A [056893] ................................................................. 5.00
2021.*MILSTEIN: Dvorak & Glazounov Concerti. Steinberg/Pittsburgh Sym. Capitol SP-8382. A(Glazunov is B+, with beginning B) [051803] ................................................................................. 9.00
2022. MILSTEIN: The Art of Milstein. Tchaikovsky Concerto (Steinberg/Pittsburgh Sym).
Beethoven Sonata #5 (Firkusny, piano). Short works of Szymanowski, Debussy, Faure,
Pizzetti & Sarasate (Pommers, piano). [in box with notes by Alfred Frankenstein] Cap
PBR-8502(2). A--(brief lght tks early in sonata) [082199]............................................................. 30.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
2023. MILSTEIN: Violin Favorites. Schubert - Serenade; Ave Maria. Faure - Apres un Reve.
Poldini - Poulee Valsante. Foster - Old Folks at Home. Mendelssohn - On the Wings of
Song. Fiedler/RCA Victor Orch. [10-inch; one of Milstein's - and Fiedler's! - rarest
records; deleted 1954] [This copy has light/moderate ticks from a scratch which runs
through the Schubert Serenade, and a little crackle at the very start of side 1; otherwise this
grades a lovely A--, very nearly deserves an A-] RCA LM-77. A--(see preceding detailed
remarks) [084766] ......................................................................................................................... 125.00
2024.*MINTZ: Fritz Kreisler Recital (17 pieces). Benson, piano. DGG 2531 305. A- to A [055341] ........... 7.00
2025.*MINTZ: Sibelius & Dvorak Concerti. Levine/BPO. DGG 419 618-1. A- to A [073512] .................... 9.00
2026.*MURRAY: (Robert): Saint-Saens Sonatas #1 & #2. Abbott, piano. MHS 3785. A- [072947] ............ 8.00
2027.*NAEGELE: Dvorak - Sonatina, Op.100; Sonata, Op.57; Romantic Pieces, Op.75. Krieger,
piano. MHS 3415. A- [080982] ...................................................................................................... 10.00
2028.*NISHIZAKI: Spohr - Concertos #7 # #12. Pesek/Bratislava Phil Chamber Orch. [dig]
Marco Polo 6.220406. A- to A(c/c) [066357] ................................................................................... 9.00
2029. ODNOPOSOFF: Bach Concerto #2 (Goehr/Netherlands Phil); Chaconne from Partita #4.
[10-inch] Musical Masterpiece Society MMS 54. A-- [071813] .................................................... 13.00
2030. ODNOPOSOFF: Tartini - Devil's Trill Sonata. Geminiano - Sonata in B-flat. Vitali - Ciaccona.
Wehrle, hrpschd & organ. Concert Hall CHS-1170. B/B- [061251] ............................................... 8.00
2031. OISTRAKH: (David & Igor): Benda - Trio Sonata for Two Violins & Continuo. Handel Sonata in g, Op.2, #7, for Two Violins & Continuo. Yampolsky, piano. [10-inch; British
pressing] [tulip labels] DGG 16136. B++ [065094] ....................................................................... 18.00
2032. OISTRAKH: (Igor): Bartok 2nd Concerto. Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Sym. MK 1576. A- to
B+/A- [056374] ................................................................................................................................. 8.00
2033. OISTRAKH: (Igor): Mendelssohn Concerto. Bach Concerto #2. Konwitschny/Leipzig
Gewandhaus Orch. Heliodor 478 449. A- to A [071348]............................................................. 11.00
2034. OISTRAKH: Concerti by Khachaturian & Kabalevsky, conducted by their composers.
National Philharmonic. Bruno BR-14001. A-(superior pressing for this label) [073748] ........... 12.00
2035. OISTRAKH: Concerti by Mozart (#5), Brahms & Tchaikovsky. Konwitschny/Staatskapelle
Dresden. [recorded in mono only, 1954; German-only notes] Heliodor 2700 111(2). A- to
A(lovely pressing) [073430] ........................................................................................................... 19.00
2036. OISTRAKH: Khachaturian Concerto. Composer/National Philharmonic. Colosseum
CRLPX-001. A- to B++(but outside grooves noise, esp sd 2) [060787] .......................................... 6.00
2037. OISTRAKH: Mozart Concerto #4. Beethoven - Triple Concerto (Oborin; Knusevitsky).
Golovanov/Radio Orch (in both). Period SHO-327. A- [078930] ............................................... 10.00
2038. OISTRAKH: Rimsky-Korsakoff - Scheherazade. Golovanov/Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra.
[Oistrakh plays all the violin solos] Colosseum CRLP-135. A- [078618] ..................................... 41.00
2039. OISTRAKH: Szymanowski & Grieg Sonatas #1. Yampolski(Szymanowski) &
Oborin(Grieg), piano. [Jacket and labels consistently mis-spell the name: "Oistrahk"!!]
MGM GC-30004. B to B++ [056358] .............................................................................................. 8.00
2040. OISTRAKH: Tartini - Devil's Trill Sonata (Yampolsky, piano). Sonatas by Schubert (#5) &
Beethoven ("Spring") (Oborin, piano). Period SPL-573. B++ [056369] ........................................ 7.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
2041. OLEVSKY: Scarlatti Sonata #1-#8. Valenti, hpschd. West XWN-18113. A-- [064190] .................... 23.00
2043.*PERLMAN: Beethoven Sonata #6 & #7. Ashkenazy, pf. London CS-7014. [074403] ........................ 8.00
2044.*PERLMAN: Berg & Stravinsky Concerti. Ozawa/BSO. DGG 2531 110. A- to A [052300] ............... 5.00
2045.*PERLMAN: Mozart Concerto #2 & #4. Levine/VPO. [dig] DG 415975. A- [060766] ....................... 7.00
2046.*PERLMAN: Mozart Concerto #3 & #5. Levine/VPO. [dig] DG 2532 080. A- to A [052296] ............ 7.00
2047.*PERLMAN: Paganini - The Twenty-Four Caprices. Angel S-36860. A-(c/c) [071244] ....................... 9.00
2048.*PERLMAN: Sibelius Concerto. Sinding - Suite for Violin & Orchestra. Previn/Pittsburgh
Sym. Angel SZ-37663. A-(c/c) [066415] ......................................................................................... 9.00
2049.*PERLMAN: Spanish Album - works of Sarasate(5), Falla (Suite Populaire), Granados &
Halffter. Sanders, piano. Angel SZ-37590. A- [071320] ................................................................. 8.00
2050.*PERLMAN: Virtuoso Violinist - Showpieces by Bazzini, Sarasate(2), Schumann, Paganini,
Vivaldi, Novacek, Joplin, Kreisler & Wieniawski. [misc assisting artists] Angel SZ-37456.
A- [071323] ..................................................................................................................................... 11.00
2051.*PERLMAN & ZUKERMAN: Duets: Leclair Sonata; Wieniawski Etudes-Caprices; Spohr
Duo. Angel S-37406. A- [071321].................................................................................................. 11.00
2052. PIKAIZEN: Dvorak Concerto. Ysaye - Mazurka. Oistrakh/Moscow Philharmonic. Melodiya
CM-01903/4. A- to B+ [055311] ...................................................................................................... 8.00
2053.*PLEETH: Marcello - Six Sonatas. Webb, cello continuo; Hogwood, harpsichord. [Dutch
pressing] Oiseau-Lyre DSLO-546. A- to A [054794] ...................................................................... 7.00
2054. PRIHODA: Dvorak - Sonatine in G, Op.100 (Raucheisen, piano; recorded 1946(?)). Smetana Aus der Heimat (Graef, piano). KULENKAMPFF: Beethoven Sonata #9 (Kempff, pf; rec
1940). [notes in German only] Heliodor 2548 712. A- [081629] ................................................... 25.00
2055.*RABIN: "In Memoriam" - Works of Saint-Saens, Rimsky, Kreisler(2), Dinicu-Heifetz,
Paganini-Kreisler, Sarasate, Massenet. Slatkin/Hollywood Bowl. [Originally issued on
Capitol as "The Magic Bow"] Seraphim S-60199. A- [080928] .................................................... 12.00
2056. RENARDY: Paganini Caprices # 1 - #12. Helmer, piano. Remington R-199-146. B+(loud tks
20 sec, #2; rest fine for this label) [051561] ................................................................................... 16.00
2057.*RICCI: Opera Paraphrases for Violin & Orchestra by Wieniawski (Faust), Sarasate (Carmen),
Ernst (Otello), Paganini (Tancredi). de Froment/Luxembourg Radio Orch. Turn QTV34720. A- [063104] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
2058. ROSTAL: Busoni Sonata #2. Mewton-Wood, piano. [tough to find!] West XWN-18426. A[073502] .......................................................................................................................................... 33.00
2059. RYBAR: Haydn - Concerto for Violin & Harpsichord (Andreae; Swoboda/Con Hall Ch
Orch). ANDREAE & SACK (harpsichords): Bach Concerto in C for Two Cembalos
(Dahinden/Winterthur Sym). International Recorded Music Soc IRMS 1081. B-/C+
[070509] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2060. SAMMONS: Elgar Concerto. Wood/New Queen's Hall Orch. [recorded 1929; A.C.Griffith
transfers] EMI HLM-7011. A- [082444] ........................................................................................ 12.00
2061. SCHNEIDERHAN: (Walter): Beethoven Sonata, Op.30, #2. Heinrich Berg, piano. [10-inch]
Remington RLP-149-35. C+ [071814] ........................................................................................... 13.00
2062.*SCHRODER: Bach Concerti #1 & #2; Concerto in d for Two Violins (Hirons).
Hogwood/Academy of Ancient Music. [dig; Dutch pressing] Oiseau-Lyre DSDL-702. Ato A [058649] .................................................................................................................................... 5.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
2063.*SHUMSKY: Kreisler Violin Music, Vol.1: Works "In the Style of"(7); Arrangements of
Dvorak(6); of Viennese works(6); of Tartini/Corelli(5, plus Concerto in the Style of
Vivaldi); Original pieces(6). Kaye, piano. MHS 834772W(3). A- [080863]................................. 25.00
2064.*SHUMSKY: Kreisler Violin Music, Vol.2: Works "In the Style of" (7); Arrangements: of
Tchaikovsky (4); of Spanish works (4); of Romantic works (3); of Classical works (7);
Tambourin Chinois; Molly of the Shore. Wolfram, piano. [dig] MHS 824967Y(2). A[080861] .......................................................................................................................................... 20.00
2065.*SNITIL: Schumann Concerto. Schubert - Konzertstuck in D. Hlavacek/Prague Sym.
Supraphon 1110 2288. A- [052395] ................................................................................................. 9.00
2066.*SNITIL: Schumann Concerto. Schubert - Konzertstuck in D. Hlavacek/Prague Sym.
Supraphon 1110 2228. A- [058636] ................................................................................................. 7.00
2067. SOLOVIEFF: (Miriam): Lalo - Violin Concerto. Schubert - Rondo in A. Swoboda/VSOO.
Concert Hall CHS-1143. B+(cover has tape repair) [057211]........................................................ 11.00
2068.*STATKIEWICZ: (Edward): Sonatas by Paderewski (Op.13) & Grazyna Bacewicz (#4).
Utrecht, piano. Muza SXL-0505. A-- [065642]............................................................................... 9.00
2069.*STERN: Beethoven Concerto. Bernstein/NYP. CBS MY-37224. A-(Canadian pressing)
[060764] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2070.*STERN: Franck & Dvorak Sonatas. Zakin, piano. Col MS-6139. A-(early "2-eyes" labels)
[073284] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2071.*STERN: Mozart - Concerto #3 (Szell/CO); Sinfonia Concertante, K.364 (Trampler;
Stern/LSO). Col MS-7062. A- [055297] ......................................................................................... 7.00
2072.*STERN: Penderecki Concerto. Skrowaczewski/Mpls. Col M-35150. A-(demo copy) [060752] ........ 9.00
2073.*STONE: (David): Delius - Sonata in B (1892); Sonata #1 (1905-14). Threlfall, piano. Pearl
SHE-522. A- [064217] .................................................................................................................... 10.00
2074.*SUK: (playing viola): Berlioz - Harold in Italy. Fischer-Dieskau/CPO. [quad] Supraphon 4
10 2005. A- [073800] ........................................................................................................................ 9.00
2075. SUK: Dvorak - Sonata in F; Sonatina in G. Panenka, piano. Supraphon SUA-10023. A[071296] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
2076. SZIGETI: The Art of Joseph Szigeti - In Honor of His 80th Birthday. Beethoven Concerto
(Walter/British Sym); Brahms Concerto (Harty/Halle Orch); Prokofiev 1st, Mozart 4th
& Mendelssohn Concerti (Beecham/LPO); Bach Concerto in d (from BWV 1052;
Stiedry/New Friends of Music); Beethoven Sonatas #5 & #10 (Schnabel, piano; Live,
Frick Museum, 1948: 1st release in this album); Handel Sonata in D & works of Dvorak,
Kreisler, Stravinsky & Rimsky (Magaloff, piano); Bartok: Hungarian Folk Tunes &
Roumanian Folk Dances (Bartok, piano); Bach Sonata #1 & Praeludium from Partita #3
(all by himself!). [With booklet of photos and tributes by B.H.Haggin & Goddard
Lieberson] Col M6X-31513(6). A- [081391] ................................................................................. 60.00
2077.*TEMIANKA: Dvorak - Sonatina in G; Four Romantic Pieces; Sonata in F. Robbins, piano.
Orion ORS-7020. A- [071299] ....................................................................................................... 14.00
2078. TOTENBERG: Bloch Concerto. Bartok - Rhapsody #1. Golschmann/VSOO. Van VRS-1083.
B+ [071067] ...................................................................................................................................... 9.00
2079.*TRETYAKOV: Paganini Concerto #1. "Yarvi"/Moscow Phil. Mel-Angel SR-40015. FS
[054016] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
2080.*UGHI: (Uto): Beethoven Sonata #8 & #9. Crowson, piano. Dischi Ricordi RCL-27069. A(c/c) [064215] .................................................................................................................................. 12.00
2081. VARDI: Bartok - Two Rhapsodies for Violin & Orchestra. Autori & Serly/New Sym. [10inch] Bartok BRS-306. B+/B [072266] .......................................................................................... 14.00
2082.*VOLCKAERT: (Edith): Vivaldi - Four Concerti (Op.3, #1, #6, #8 & #10). Maes/Belgian
Chamber Orch. Decca SDD-R-466. A- [078488] ........................................................................ 11.00
2083.*WEISS: Strauss Sonata. Haydn - Concerto for Violin, Keyboard & Strings. J.Weiss, piano;
Blech/London Mozart Players. Unicorn UNS-251. A- [071096] ................................................ 11.00
2084.*WILKOMIRSKA: Wieniawski Concerto #2 (Satanowski). KRYSA: Wieniawski Concerto #1
(Rowicki). Warsaw Phil in both. Muza SXL-0382. A- [071310] ................................................. 11.00
2085.*ZAZOFSKY: (Peter): Bartok Concerto #2. Octors/Belgian Radio Orch. [Live] DGG 2535
012. A- [049976] ............................................................................................................................... 5.00
2086.*ZUKERMAN: Elgar Concerto. Barenboim/LPO. Col M-34517. A-(demo) [039355] ........................ 7.00
2087.*ZUKERMAN: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Bruch - Concerto #1. Mehta/LA Phil. Col M35132. A- [060761] ........................................................................................................................... 7.00
2088.*ZUKERMAN: Mozart - Serenade #7. Zukerman/ECO. Angel S-36915. FS [053536] ....................... 8.00
2089.*ZUKERMAN: Sibelius Concerto. Beethoven - Romances #1 & #2. Barenboim/LPO. DGG
2530 552. A- to A [060771] .............................................................................................................. 7.00
LP's: Harpsichord
2091.*BRAUCHLI (clavichord): Seixas - 9 Sonatas. Portuguese EMI 40569. A- to A [077928] ................... 8.00
2092.*CATTARINO: C.P.E.Bach - Concerti in c and in F. Warchal/Slovak Ch Orch. Opus 9110
1618. A- [077920] ............................................................................................................................. 8.00
2093.*CHOJNACKA: Soler - Six Sonatas; Fandango. Muza SXL-0729. A- [073309] ................................... 9.00
2094.*DREYFUS: Bach - English Suites #3 & #4. Archiv 2533 165. FS [068734] ........................................ 8.00
2095. ELSNER: Haydn Concerti in C and F. Barchet, violin; Reinhardt/Stuttgart Pro Musica Ch
Orch. Vox PL-10.300. A-(minor cover tear) [064543] .................................................................. 16.00
2096.*GALVEZ: Soler - 9 Sonatas. Hispavox S-60.227. A-(Spanish-only notes) [073279] ........................... 8.00
2097.*HALA: Benda - Concerti in G(2), D, C, g & F. String Quintet. Supraphon 1111-2761/2(2).
A- [077927] ..................................................................................................................................... 13.00
2098.*HASHIMOTO: (Eiji): Johann Kuhnau (1660-1722) - Suites and Sonatas (9). MHS 3368/69(2).
A- [077891] ..................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2099.*HASHIMOTO: Dandrieu - Suite in D; 10 more short pieces. MHS 925. A- [077890] ......................... 7.00
2100.*HOGWOOD: Bach (C.P.E.) - Six Sonatas and Six Sonatinas from "Essay on the true art of
playing keyboard instruments", 1753. Oiseau-Lyre DSLO-589. A- to A(Dutch pressing)
[078388] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2101. LANDOWSKA: Bach - Concerto #1. Handel - Concerto in B-flat; Air & Variations in B-flat.
Bigot/Orch. [recorded 1937/38; Japanese-only notes] Japanese EMI/Angel GR-2200. Ato A(lovely, silky Japanese pressing) [066973] ................................................................................ 9.00
2102. LANDOWSKA: Scarlatti Sonatas, Volume 2 (20). [recorded 1939/40] Angel COLH-304. A[077057] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2103.*LESTER: Stanley (John; 1713-86): Six Concerti, Op.2. Jones/London Little Orch. MHS
1214. A- [054246] ............................................................................................................................. 8.00
LP's: Harpsichord - continued
2104.*MALCOLM: Bach - Concerti #3, #4 & #6. Menuhin/Menuhin Festival Orch. Angel S36790. A- [077924] ........................................................................................................................... 8.00
2105.*MARLOWE: Bach Concerti #1, #5 & #7. Marlowe also conducts Baroque Ch Orch. Decca
DL-710104. A- [077921] .................................................................................................................. 8.00
2106. MARLOWE: Falla Concerto. Victorio Rieti - Partita. Carlos Surinach - Tientos. Concert Art
Players. Capitol P-8309. B [074701] ............................................................................................... 8.00
2107.*MARLOWE: Francois Couperin Le Grand - 6th & 8th Ordres (complete); Les Folies
Francoises. Decca DL-710174. A-(c/c; minor cover scuffs) [077929] ............................................. 8.00
2108. MARLOWE: Haydn & Bach concerti in D. Marlowe also conducts Concert Arts Ch Orch.
Cap P-8375. A- [077914] ................................................................................................................ 10.00
2109. MARLOWE: Scarlatti Sonatas (6) plus four pieces by Frescobaldi. Capitol P-8336. B(mostly
A-, but some short scratches) [074574] ............................................................................................ 8.00
2110.*NEF: Bach - Six French Suites. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-291-2(2). A- [073014] ........................................... 9.00
2111.*NEUMEYER: Sweelinck - Toccatas(2), Lied Variations(2), Balleto & Fantasia. BASF 20
22481-3. A- to A [072569]................................................................................................................ 9.00
2112.*PERTIS: Frescobaldi - Five Gagliarda; Toccata. Bull - Fantasia. Froberger - Suite #19.
Farnaby - Fantasia. Couperin - Suite in a. Hungaroton SLPX-11741. A- [077916]......................... 8.00
2113.*PICHT-AXENFELD: German Harpsichord Music - Workls of Sweelinck, Froberger,
Buxtehude(2), Fischer(2) & Kuhnau. MHS 879. A- [077915] ......................................................... 8.00
2114.*PINNOCK: Bach - Complete Harpsichord Concerti. Pinnock is soloist in all seven concerti for
one harpsichord (BWV 1052-58); is joined by Kenneth Gilbert in concerti for two
harpsichords (BWV 1060-62), by Gilbert and Ulrik Mortensen in concerti for three
harpsichords (BWV 1063-64) and with Nicholas Kraemer added for the single concerto
for four harpsichords (BWV 1065). The English Concert Archiv R-215351(4). A- to A
[074599] .......................................................................................................................................... 17.00
2115.*PINNOCK: Bach - The Thirteen Concerti: Seven for 1 Harpsichord; Three for 2; Two for 3;
and one for 4. Pinnock (in all); joined in the others by Gilbert; Mortensen; Kraemer.
The English Concert. [dig; wonderful sound!] Archiv 2723 077(4). A- to A [064244] .............. 18.00
2116.*PINNOCK & GILBERT: Bach - Concerti for Two Harpsichords, BWV 1060-1062.
Pinnock/The English Concert. [dig] Archiv 2534 002. A- to A [077926]..................................... 8.00
2117.*SGRIZZI: Harpsichord Music in Venice in the 18th Century. Works of Platti, Pescetti,
Bertoni, Galuppi, Marcello, Alberti & Turrini. [French-only notes] Erato STU70575/77(3). A- [073244] ............................................................................................................... 14.00
2118. SVIHLIKOVA: (Viktorie): Mozart - Rondo alla Turca. [45-RPM PICTURE DISC: a color
photograph of some castle or old school (I cannot read Czech, so can't tell what it is!) with
the playing grooves cut into a clear laminate over the photo with a stiff cardboard backing
(about 6 x 8 1/4 inches)] Supraphon F-09-22158. B(slight dog-ears in two corners)
[065790] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2119. VALENTI: Scarlatti Sonatas, Volume # 7. West W-9324. A- [077913] ................................................ 8.00
2120. WALCHA: Bach - English Suites #1, #3 & #6. [German-only notes] Odeon E-80500. A- to B+
[077838] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2121.*WOODS: (Jonathan): Spanish Harpsichord Music - Works of Soler, Cabanilles, Bassa,
Cabezon & others. London CS-7046. A- [072948] .......................................................................... 8.00
LP's: Cellists
2122.*ALEXANDER: Vivaldi Concerti, RV #398, #401, #415 & #420. Warchal/Slovak Ch Orch.
Opus 9111 1330. A- [077172] .......................................................................................................... 7.00
2123.*BERNSTEIN: (Jascha): Schumann - Adagio & Allegro, Op.70; Fantasiestucke, Op.73; Funf
Stucke in Volkston, Op.102. Demus, piano. MHS 3750. A- [074998] ............................................ 9.00
2124.*BEX: (Robert): Schubert - Arpeggione Sonata. Beethoven - Magic Flute Variations. Krust,
piano. MHS 3917. A- [074995] ........................................................................................................ 9.00
2125. CASALS: Beethoven Sonatas #1 & #2. Serkin, piano. Col ML-4876. A-(lovely early "6-eyes"
pressing) [072139] .......................................................................................................................... 29.00
2126. CASALS: LIMITED EDITION: Deluxe five-record set in slipcase includes one disc of
interviews, rehearsals & master classes; three festival recordings from the 50's and 60's
[SCHUMANN Concerto (Ormandy/Prades, 1953); SCHUBERT Quintet, Op.163 (Stern,
Schneider, Katims, Tortelier; Prades, 1952); BRAHMS Haydn Variations (Marlboro,
1969)], and the following from EMI recordings of the 1920s & 1930s: BOCCHERINI
Concerto (Ronald/LSO); BRAHMS Sonata #2 (Horszowski); BEETHOVEN Sonata,
Op.69 (Schulhof); BOCCHERINI Sonata #6 & short works of CASSADO, HAYDN,
TARTINI, VALENTINI & VIVALDI (Blas Net, piano). [Includes 24-page booklet with
many photos and Casals discography] Col M5-30069(5). A- [082001] ......................................... 85.00
2127. CASSADO: Haydn - Concerto in D (Schmidt-Isserstedt/BPO). Short works of Mehul,
Schumann, Faure, Dvorak, Albeniz, Saint-Saens & Elgar. Pianists: Raucheisen;
Hammer; Mendelssohn-Giorgiani. Melodiya M10-43343-4. FS [051332] ................................ 13.00
2128.*CASSADO: Saint-Saens (#1) & Lalo Concerti; Faure Elegie. Perlea/Bamberg Sym. Vox
STPL-510.920. A-- [056332] ............................................................................................................ 9.00
2129.*CHRISTENSEN: Alfredo Piatti (1822-1901) - Twelve Caprices. Gasparo GS-105. A[066490] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2130.*COHEN: Dvorak Concerto. Tchaikovsky - Rococo Variations. Macal/LPO. EMI CFP-40361.
A- [071324] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
2131.*GEORGE: (Gwyneth): Rachmaninoff & Shostakovich Sonatas. Portugheis, piano. Unicorn
UNS-242. A- [065454] ..................................................................................................................... 9.00
2132.*GREENHOUSE: Dvorak Concerto. Swarowsky/VSOO, who also play #4 & #7 of the
Legends, Op.59. [French-only notes] French Concert Hall SMS-2322. A-(moderate tks off
& on mvt 2) [064182] ..................................................................................................................... 18.00
2133.*HARNOY: Brahms Sonatas #1 & #2. Aide, piano. [dig][notes in Japanese & English]
Japanese RCA RCL-8429. A- to A(slight cover scuffs) [081682] ................................................. 12.00
2134.*HARRELL: Brahms Sonatas #1 & #2. Askenazy, piano. London CS-7208. A- to A(Dutch
pressing) [075180] ............................................................................................................................ 9.00
2135. JANIGRO: Dvorak Concerto. Dixon/VSOO. West WL-5225. A- [077225] ....................................... 15.00
2136. JANIGRO: Haydn Concerto in D. Boccherini Concerto. Prohaska/VSOO. West WL-5126. A[073739] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2137. JANIGRO: Shostakovich & Prokofiev Sonatas. Wollmann, piano. West XWN-18791. A[064451] .......................................................................................................................................... 13.00
2138.*KATES (Stephen) - Tchaikovsky, Banshikov, Boccherini, Faure, Bach, Granados & Foss.
Sanders, piano. [Piatigorsky student; silver medalist, Moscow Tchaikovsky competition
1966; WD labels; 1S/1S stampers] RCA LSC-2940. A- [064513]................................................. 10.00
LP's: Cellists - continued
2139. KURTZ: Chopin Sonata. Balsam, piano. [10-inch] RCA LM-19. B/B++ [084748] ............................ 20.00
2140. MAYES: Sonatas by Haydn & Breval (Pearlman, piano). Beethoven "Eyeglass" Duet
(DePasquale, viola). Mozart Sonata for Bassoon & Cello (Walt, bassoon). Boston B-210.
A- [074073] ..................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2141. PIATIGORSKY: Bach Sonata #2. Prokofiev Sonata, Op.119. Berkowitz, piano. [SD labels]
RCA LVT-1037. A-(demo copy) [082474] .................................................................................... 35.00
2142. PIATIGORSKY: Brahms Sonata #2. Berkowitz, piano. [10-inch] Col ML-2096. C [065102]............. 5.00
2143.*ROSE: Saint-Saens 1st & Lalo Concerti. Faure Elegie. Ormandy/Phila. Col M-30113. A[065629] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2144.*ROSTROPOPVICH: Brahms - Double Concerto. Perlman; Haitink/ACO. Angel SZ-37680.
A- [060754] ....................................................................................................................................... 7.00
2145.*ROSTROPOVICH: Dvorak Concerto. Boult/RPO. Sera S-60136. A- [060694]................................ 10.00
2146.*ROSTROPOVICH: Schumann Concerto. Tchaikovsky - Rococo Variations.
Rozhdestvensky/Leningrad Phil. Melodiya 33C-0657-58. A- [058652]....................................... 8.00
2147.*ROSTROPOVICH: Strauss - Sonata. Beethoven - Variations on "Ein Madchen oder
Weibchen" and "See, the Conquering Hero Comes." Devetzi, piano. Angel S-37086. A[064185] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2148.*SADLO: Concerti by Josef Reicha (in f) and Antonin Vranicky (in d). Klemens/Musici de
Praga. Panton 11 0297. A-(water damage to back cover) [073960] ................................................ 7.00
2149.*SCHIFF: Elgar Concerto. Marriner/Staatskapelle Dresden, who also play Introduction &
Allegro; Cockaigne Overture. [dig] Philips 6514 316. A- to A [071297] ...................................... 11.00
2150.*SCHIFF: Shostakovich Concerto #1 & #2. Maxim Shostakovich/BVRS. [dig] Philips 412
526. A- to A [055546] ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
2151.*TORTELIER: Faure - Sonatas #1 & #2; Elegie. Hubeau, piano. [French-only notes] Erato
STU-70101. A- [063106] ................................................................................................................ 14.00
2152.*VECTOMOV: Frescobaldi - Toccata. Valenti - Sonata #10. Boccherini - Rondo in C. Locatelli
- Sonata in D. Topinka, piano. Supraphon SUAST-50695. A- [057093] ...................................... 10.00
2153.*WALEVSKA: Haydn Concerti in C & D. De Waart/ECO. Philips 6500 381. A- to A
[055270] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2154.*WEBBER: Haydn Concerti #1 & #4. Webber also conducts ECO. [dig] Philips 412 793. Ato A [055383] .................................................................................................................................... 7.00
2155.*WOLF: (Jurgen): Concerti of Boccherini (B-flat) and Haydn (D). Reustlen/Reutlingen Sym.
Oryx EXP-15. A- [060740] ............................................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Violists
2156.*BARSONY: Hindemith - Der Schwanendreher (Erdelyi/Hungarian State Orch); Sonata for
Viola Solo, Op.11, #5. Hungaroton SLPX-11587. A-(c/c) [061642] ............................................... 7.00
2157.*COLETTA: Hindemith - Sonata #1 for Solo Viola; Sonata Op.11, #4 fr Viola & Piano
(Guarlnick). Mace MCS-9075. A-- [055291].................................................................................. 6.00
2158.*DOKTOR: Walton Concerto (revised version). Hindemith - Der Schwanendreher.
Downes/LPO. Odyssey 32 16 0368. A-(demo copy with cover timing sticker) [056330] .............. 5.00
2159.*KLOOR: Sonatas by Dittersdorf & Hummel. Jansen, piano. [German-only notes] Da Camera
SM-93801. FS [049272] ................................................................................................................... 7.00
2160.*LABKO (viola d'amore): Schubert - Concerto in a. Telemann - Concerto in E for Flute, Oboe
d'Amore & Viola d'Amore. Starek/RIAS Sinfonietta. Schwann VMS-2089. A- to A
[056329] ............................................................................................................................................ 6.00
2161.*MCINNES: Berlioz - Harold in Italy. Bernstein/ORTF. [quad] Angel S-37413. A-(c/c)
[064146] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2162.*PONS: Vivaldi - Four Concerti for Viola d'Amore. Toulouse Chamber Orch. [French-only
notes] EMI C069-12572. A- [054817] ............................................................................................ 10.00
2163. PRIMROSE: Bach - Air for G String. Aguirre - Huella. Valle - Ao Pe da Foguiera. Stimer,
piano. [7-inch, 45-rpm translucent red vinyl disc; bl cov] RCA 49-0918. B+ [078567] ................ 18.00
2164.*SPELINA: Sonatas for Viola & Continuo C.P.E. and W.F. Bach. Hala, hpschd; Slama, vcl.
Supraphon 111 2615. A- [077170] ................................................................................................. 11.00
2165.*TCHAVDAROV: (Zahari): Shostakovich - Sonata for Viola & Piano (Zaharieva, piano).
Hindemith - Sonata for Solo Viola, Op.25, #1. Reger - Suite for Solo Viola. BIS LP-81. Ato A(c/c) [061705] ........................................................................................................................... 10.00
2166.*THE VIRTUOSO VIOLA D'AMORE: Works of Haydn, Stamitz, Ariosti & Hindemith,
performed by Stumpf, Stierhof, & Koller, violas; misc assisting artists. Mace MCS-9049.
FS [054680]..................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2167.*VARDI: Paganini - The 24 Caprices for Violin (played on the viola). Epic BSC-149(2). A(very slight box tape repair) [082164] ............................................................................................ 35.00
2168.*WALLFISCH: (Ernst; viola da gamba): Suites #1 & #2 for Viola da Gamba & Continuo;
Concerto #3 for Flute, Viol & Harpsichord (Wittig). L.Wallfisch, harpsichord. MHS
4038. A- [059956] ............................................................................................................................. 6.00
LP's: Double Bass
2169.*MILANI & FERRARIS: Bottesini - Primo & Terzo Grande Duetto per Due Contrabassi.
[Italian-only notes] Italia ITL-70022. A- to A [077844] ................................................................ 11.00
LP's: Harp
2170.*CHALLAN: RAVEL - Introduction & Allegro. DEBUSSY - Dances Sacree et Profane.
PIERNE - Concertstuck. FAURE - Impromptu. Cluytens/PCO. Angel S-36290. A[069182] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2171.*GRANDJANY: Ravel - Introduction & Allegro. Debussy - Danses Sacree et Profane; RogerDucasse - Barcarolle; Grandjany - Rhapsodie; The Children's Hour. Hollywood String
Quartet; Cleghorn, flute; Raimondi, clarinet; Concert Arts String Orch. Capitol SP8492. A-- [074999].......................................................................................................................... 16.00
2172.*POLONSKA: Baroque Harp Music by Anon, Chambonnieres, Dandrieu, Hotteterre, Purcell,
Seixas. Irish Airs, Welsh Air, Schulze & Pachelbel. Cotte; Durand, recorders. Turn TVS34069. FS [059249]........................................................................................................................... 7.00
2173.*ZABALETA: RAVEL - Introduction & Allegro. DEBUSSY - Danses Sacree et Profane.
Concerti of ALBRECHTSBERGER & HANDEL. Kuentz/Ch Orch. DGG 139 304. A- to
A [059275] ........................................................................................................................................ 7.00
LP's: Guitar
2174. SEGOVIA: Segovia and the Guitar - Works of Luys de Narvaez, Dowland, Alessandro &
Domenico Scarlatti, Espla & Manen. Decca DL-9931. B++ [074453] .......................................... 10.00
2175.*SZENDREY-KARPER: Boccherini Quintets #1 & #2. Fidelio FL-3304. A-(Tatrai Quartet)
[077105] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
LP's: Pianists
2176.*20TH CENTURY BRITISH PIANO: CONCERTI: IRELAND (Horsley; Cameron/RPO);
BRITTEN (Abram; Menges/PO); BLISS (Barnard; Sargent/PO); RAWSTHORNE #1
(Lympany; Menges/PO); RUBBRA (Matthews; Sargent/BBC Sym); TIPPETT
(Ogdon; Davis/PO); WILLIAMSON (Pryor; Zaliouk/ECO Strings). EMI SLS-5080(3).
A-(minor box flaws) [081607] ........................................................................................................ 45.00
2177.*ABERG: (Kerstin): Franck - Les Djinns; Variations Symphoniques (both with
Kamu/Gothenberg Sym); Prelude, Chorale & Fugue. [handsome fold-open album] Bis
LP-137. A- to A [075142] ................................................................................................................. 9.00
2178.*ANDA: Mozart Concert #12 & #26. Anda/Camerata Academica of Salzburg Mozarteum.
[tulip labels] DGG 139 113. A- to A(minor jacket tape repair) [081006] ...................................... 12.00
2179.*ANDA: Mozart Concerti #20 & #21. Anda also conducts Vienna Sym. Eurodisc 86 947. Ato A [075121] .................................................................................................................................... 9.00
2180.*ANIEVAS: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2; Paganini Rhapsody. Atzmon/NPO. Seraphim S60091. A- [075141] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
2181.*ARGERICH: Ravel - Gaspard de la Nuit; Sonatine; Valses Nobles et Sentimentales. DGG
2530 540. (A- to A) [082068] ......................................................................................................... 12.00
2182.*ARGERICH: Schumann Sonata #2. Liszt Sonata in b. DGG 2530 193. A- to A [081859]................. 12.00
2183.*ARGERICH & BISHOP KOVACEVICH: Bartok Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion
(Goudsward; de Roo). Debussy - En Blanc et Noir. Mozart - Andante with Five
Variations, K.501. Philips 9500 434. [081683] .............................................................................. 10.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2184.*ARRAU: Beethoven Concerto #3. Galliera/PO. Angel S-35724. A-(very early U.S. red
labels) [068851] .............................................................................................................................. 11.00
2185.*ARRAU: Brahms Concerto #1. Giulini/PO. [blue labels] Angel S-35892. A- [069117]...................... 8.00
2186.*ARRAU: Chopin - 24 Preludes, Op.28. Philips 6500 622. A- to A [075372] ........................................ 9.00
2187.*ARRAU: Chopin Concerto #1. Inbal/LPO. Philips 6500 255. A- to A [076861]................................. 8.00
2188. ARRAU: Liszt - Concerto #1; Hungarian Fantasy. Ormandy/Phila. [recorded 1952] Col ML4665. A--("6-eyes" labels) [072180] ............................................................................................... 13.00
2189.*ARRAU: Liszt - Verdi Opera Concert Paraphrases (complete): Rigoletto, Ernani, Lombardi,
Trovatore, Aida, Don Carlo, Simon. Philips 6500 368. A- to A [076858] ..................................... 10.00
2190. ARRAU: Liszt Concerto #1 (Rosbaud/Berlin Radio Orch; recorded 1942). Beethoven
Sonatas #13 & #26 (live, 1968). Melodiya M10-43967-8. A-(brief lgt tks beg sd 2)
[081641] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2191.*ARRAU: Schumann - Davidsbundlertanze; Nachtstucke, Op.23. Philips 6500 178. A- to A
[078275] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2192.*ARRAU: Sonetto del Petrarca #104 & #123; Valse Oubliee #1; Ballade #2; Les Jeux d'Eaux;
Vallee d'Obermann. Philips 802 906. A- to A [075111] ................................................................... 8.00
2193.*ARRAU: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Davis/BSO. Philips 9500 695. A- to A [074388] ....................... 7.00
2194. ARRAU: An 80th Birthday Tribute. Beethoven Sonatas #24 & #31; Schubert Moments
Musicaux & Impromptus #9 & #11; Schumann Carnaval; Weber Konzertstuck
(Galliera/PO); Chopin Etudes (4); Short works of Debussy(3), Granados, Liszt, Chopin &
Mendelssohn. [recorded 1929-1960; only the Konzertstuck & Moments Musicaux are in
stereo] EMI RLS-7712. A- [081364] .............................................................................................. 30.00
2195.*ASHKENAZY: Beethoven - The Five Concerti (complete). Mehta/VPO. [dig; recorded 198184] Plus Six Bagatelles; Fur Elise; Andante Favori. London 411 899-1(4). A- to A(Dutch
pressings; very minor box scuffs) [074843] ................................................................................... 18.00
2196.*ASHKENAZY: Beethoven Sonata #13, 14 & 16. London CS-7111. A- [074401] ............................... 7.00
2197.*ASHKENAZY: Chopin - Sonata #3; Mazurkas(3); Nocturnes(2); Berceuse. London CS-7030.
A- [075109] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
2198.*ASHKENAZY: Mozart Concerto #18 & #20. Ashkenazy also conducts PO. [dig] London 414
337-1. A- to A(Dutch pressing; c/c) [075247] .................................................................................. 9.00
2199.*ASHKENAZY: Prokofiev Concerto #5 (Previn/LSO). Ashkenazy also conducts LSO in
Classical Symphony and Autumnal. London CS-7063. A-(c/c) [075227] ..................................... 11.00
2200.*ASHKENAZY: Rachmaninoff - The Four Concerti; Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.
Previn/LSO. London CSA-2311(3). A- [074923] ......................................................................... 18.00
2201.*ASHKENAZY: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2 (Kondrashin/Moscow Phil); Etudes-Tableaux
Op.32, #1, 2 & 5. London CS-6390. A-(Dutch pressing) [075376] ............................................... 10.00
2202.*ASHKENAZY: Schubert Sonatas, Op.120 & Op.143; Hungarian Melody; Twelve Waltzes.
London CS-6500. [074392] .............................................................................................................. 8.00
2203.*ASHKENAZY: Scriabin - Sonatas #1, #6 & #8; Four Pieces, Op.51. [dig] London 414 353-1.
A- to A(Dutch pressing; c/c) [075184] ............................................................................................. 9.00
2204. ASHKENAZY: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Ivanov/USSR Sym. MK 1581. A- [080473]................... 10.00
2205.*ASKENASE: (Stefan): Chopin - Concerti #1 & #2; Krakowiak; Two Polonaises.
Ludwig/BPO (in #2); Von Otterloo/Hague Residentie Orch (in rest). DGG 2705 003(2).
A- to A [082137] ............................................................................................................................. 16.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2206.*ASKENASE (Stefan): Chopin - The 24 Preludes. Heliodor 89 605. A-(Canadian pressing)
[081472] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2207.*AX: Chopin - Concerto #2 (Ormandy/Phila); Trois Nouvelles Etudes; Scherzo #2. RCA
ARL1-2868. A- [063631]................................................................................................................ 10.00
2208. BACHAUER: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Alec Sherman/New London Orch. [scarce: iss
1955; gone 1958] RCA LM-1890. A-(superb; minor jacket defects) [070272] ............................. 32.00
2209.+BACKHAUS: Beethoven Concerto #3 (Bohm), #4 (Krauss) & #5 (Krauss). All with VPO.
Turnabout THS-65004/6(3). A-(minor box dam) [075096] ........................................................... 13.00
2210. BADURA-SKODA: Hindemith Sonatas #1 & #3. West XWN-18200. B+/B [060269] ........................ 6.00
2211.*BADURA-SKODA: Schubert Sonatas, Volume 1: Three Posthumous Sonatas, D.958-960.
RCA VICS-6128(3). A- [080871]................................................................................................... 16.00
2212.*BADURA-SKODA: Schubert Sonatas, Volume 4: Four Sonatas, D.840, 845, 850 & 894. RCA
VICS-6131(3). A- [080870] ............................................................................................................ 16.00
2213.*BARENBOIM: Beethoven Sonatas #1 - #15. [dig] DGG 413 759-1(6). A- to A [080862] ................ 24.00
2214.*BARENBOIM: Liszt - Consolations; Sonetti del Petrarca #47, #104 & #123; Liebestraume: 3
Notturni. DGG 2531 318. A- to A [078201]..................................................................................... 7.00
2215.*BARENBOIM: Schubert - Eight Impromptus (Op.90 & Op.142). DGG 2530 986. A- to A
[081283] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2216.*BARENBOIM: Schumann - Carnaval; Faschingsschwank aus Wien. DGG 2531 090. A- to A
[078216] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2217.*BATTISTA: (Joseph): Mozart Concerti #9 & #24. Froschauer/Vienna Ch Orch. MHS 902.
A- [075408] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
2218.*BERMAN: Rachmaninov - Corelli Variations; 6 Preludes. DGG 2531 276. A- to A [072632].......... 14.00
2219.*BERMAN: Encores - Short works of Rachmaninoff(3 preludes), Chopin, Prokofiev,
Beethoven-Rachmaninoff, Khachaturian, Scriabin(2), Schubert-Liszt, Beethoven & Falla.
Col M-34545. FS [075203] ............................................................................................................. 11.00
2220.*BEROFF: Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition; Scherzo in B-flat; Turkish March. Angel S37223. FS(demo copy) [051517] .................................................................................................... 10.00
2221.*BEROFF: Prokofiev Concerti #2 & #3. Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus. [drm; DMM] Angel
AM-34705. A- [077850] ................................................................................................................... 7.00
2222.*BETTS: (Donald): Schumann - Carnaval. Beethoven Sonata, Op.110. Macalester Fine Arts 88537. A- [078501] ........................................................................................................................... 11.00
2223.*BISHOP: Bartok - Mikrokosmos, Vol. VI, #140-153; Out of Doors; Sonatina. Philips 6500
013. A- to A [075094] ..................................................................................................................... 11.00
2224.*BISHOP: Bartok Concerto #1 & #3. Davis/LSO. Philips 9500 043. A- to A [073452] ........................ 8.00
2225.*BISHOP: Beethoven Concerto #3 (Davis/BBC); Sonata #8. [AUTOGRAPHED "Stephen
Bishop Kovacevich" on back cover in slightly smudgy black ink] Philips 6500 315. A- to
A [074682] ...................................................................................................................................... 14.00
2226. BLANCARD: Schumann Fantasiestucke. [10-inch] London LPS-210. B+/B- [078589] ....................... 6.00
2227.*BOTTNER: Tchaikovsky Concerto #2 (original version). Borries, vln; Stenzel, cello;
G.L.Jochum/Berlin Sym. Electrola C 047-28 095. A- [072747] .................................................. 14.00
2228.*BRENDEL: Beethoven Concerto #4 (Wallberg/Vienna Pro Musica); Salieri Variations. Vox
STPL-511 360. A- [072975] ............................................................................................................. 8.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2229.*BRENDEL: Beethoven Sonata #24 & #29. Philips 6500 139. A- to A [080927] .................................. 9.00
2230.*BRENDEL: Mozart Concerto #22; Concert Rondos, K.382 & K.386. Marriner/ASMF.
Philips 9500 145. A- to A(lovely Italian pressing; c/c) [080926] ..................................................... 9.00
2231.*BRENDEL: Schubert - Sonata in A, D.959; 12 German Dances (Landler), Op.171, D.790.
Philips 6500 284. A- to A(c/c) [080906] ........................................................................................ 12.00
2232.*BRENDEL: Schubert Sonata in B-flat, D.960; Fantasia in C, D.760 ("Wanderer"). Philips
6500 285. A- to A [078268] .............................................................................................................. 8.00
2233.*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)
[064802] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2234.*CASADESUS: Beethoven Concerto #5. Rosbaud/ACO. Odyssey 32 16 0326. A- [074793].............. 9.00
2235. CHAILLEY-RICHEZ: Schumann Concerto. Heger/Austrian Sym. Remington R-199-65. B to
B+ [075410] ...................................................................................................................................... 9.00
2236.*CHERKASSKY: Chopin Polonaises, #1-#7. DGG 139 420. A- [054101] ............................................ 9.00
2237.*CHERKASSKY: Liszt - Hungarian Fantasy. Karajan/BPO, who also play Hungarian
Rhapsodies #3-#6. [tulip labels] DGG 138 692. A- to A [074387] .................................................. 7.00
2238.*CICCOLINI: Albeniz - Iberia (complete). Seraphim SIB-6091(2). A- [073637] .................................. 9.00
2239.*CICCOLINI: Chabrier - Piece Pittoresques; Espana; Feuillet d'Album; Bourree Fantasque.
[blue labels] Angel S-36627. A- [062890]........................................................................................ 7.00
2240.*CICCOLINI: Chopin - Eighteen Waltzes. Sera S-60252. A- [075162] ................................................. 9.00
2241.*CICCOLINI: Chopin - The 18 Waltzes. Pathe C 053-10013. A-(French-only notes) [073422].......... 12.00
2242.*CICCOLINI: Franck - Symphonic Variations; Les Djinns. Strauss/Orchestre de Liege, who
also play Chasseur Maudit & Les Eolides. [French-only notes] EMI 2C069-14009. A[068484] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2243.*CICCOLINI: Granados - Goyescas. Seraphim S-60178. A- [078497] .................................................. 7.00
2244.*CICCOLINI: Liszt - Consolations; Legends #1 & #2; Liebestraume (3). [handsome fold-open
album; French-only notes] Pathe C 069-11664. A- [072759] ........................................................ 11.00
2245.*CICCOLINI: Saint-Saens - The Five Concerti (Baudo/Paris Orch); Etude en Forme de Valse
(Ciccolini, solo); Septet (LaForge, piano; Groupe Instrumental de Paris). [Grand Prix
du Disque] Seraphim SIC-6081(3). A- [068397]............................................................................ 17.00
2246.*CICCOLINI: Satie - Piano Music, Volume 1. [blue labels] Angel S-36482. A- [075137] .................... 9.00
2247.*CICCOLINI: Satie - Piano Music, Volume 6. Ogives; Danses Gothiques; Pages Mystiques;
Douze Petits Chorals; Poudre d'Or; Sonatine Bureaucratique; Trois Petites Pieces Montees.
Angel S-36811. A- [075380]............................................................................................................. 9.00
2248.*CLIBURN: Beethoven Sonata #8, #14, #23. RCA LSC-4013. A-(c/c) [059881] .................................. 7.00
2249.*CLIBURN: Chopin Sonatas #2 & #3. RCA LSC-3053. A- [072502] .................................................. 14.00
2250.*CLIBURN: Rachmaninov - Sonata #2 (Live; Moscow; June, 1960); Etude-Tableau, Op.39, #5;
Five Preludes. RCA ARL1-0352. A- [037721] .............................................................................. 10.00
2251.*COLLARD: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2 (Plasson/Toulouse Orch); Corelli Variations. Angel
S-37922. A- [074907] ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
2252.*COOK: (Jean Carrington): Brahms - Waltzes, Op.39. Schumann - Fantasiestucke, Op.12.
Golden Age 1011. A- [080563] ...................................................................................................... 10.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2253.*COOK: (Jean Carrington): Schumann - Carnaval. Grieg - Sonata in e. Carrington 1005. FS
[047421] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2254.*COOPER: (Peter): Malcolm Williamson - Sonata. Douglas Lilburn - Chaconne. Edmund
Rubbra - Prelude & Fugue on Theme of Cyril Scott. Frank Turner - Preludes(4). Pye
GSGC-14110. A- [064487] ............................................................................................................. 13.00
2255. COPELAND: Spanish Piano Music - Short works of Albeniz(2), Granados, Mompou(3), Falla,
Turina, Laparra, Nin(2), Infante & Pittaluga. MGM E-3025. B- [082488] .................................... 10.00
2256. CORTOT: Chopin - 24 Preludes; Four Impromptus. [no notes] Pathe COLH-38. B(disappointing condition, but scarce) [073969] ................................................................................ 7.00
2257. CORTOT: Chopin - Ballade #3. Schumann - Papillons. Ravel - Sonatine; Jeux d'Eau. Debussy
Preludes (4). Plus short pieces by Chopin, Chopin-Liszt, Schumann & Albeniz(2).
[recorded 1931-48] EMI HQM-1182. A- [081756] ........................................................................ 20.00
2258. CORTOT: Chopin - Ballades #1-#4; Fantaisie, Op.49. [Japanese-only notes] Japanese EMI
GR-2054. A- to A(slight cover scuffs; lovely pressing) [081754].................................................. 18.00
2259. CORTOT: Chopin - Six Waltzes; Three Nocturnes; Etude; Barcarolle. [scarce!] RCA LHMV1032. B- [078264] ........................................................................................................................... 12.00
2260. CORTOT: Chopin Waltzes. [recorded 1934; A.C.Griffith transfers] World Record Club SH383. A- [081781] ............................................................................................................................. 18.00
2261. CORTOT: Franck - Prelude, Choral & Fugue; Prelude, Aria & Finale; Symphonic Variations
(Ronald/LSO). [recorded 1927-32; Keith Hardwick transfers] French EMI 2902671. A[081769] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2262. CORTOT: Ravel - Left-Hand Concerto (1939; Munch/PCO). Saint-Saens Concerto #4 (1935;
Munch/Orch). [notes in Japanese only] Japanese EMI GR-2112. A-(slight cover scuffs)
[081753] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2263.*CROCHET: Faure - Piano Music, Vol. 1: Theme & Variations, Op.73; Barcarolles (13);
Valse-Caprices (4); Pieces Breves, Op.84. [Volume 1 of 2] Vox SVBX-5423(3). A[078161] .......................................................................................................................................... 16.00
2264. CURZON: Beethoven Concerto #5. Szell/LPO. [disappointing condition, but very scarce disc]
London LLP-114. C/B- [073628] ..................................................................................................... 8.00
2265.*CURZON: Mozart Concerto #23 & #24. Kertesz/LSO. [drm] London 417 278-1. A- to
A(Dutch pressing) [075269] ............................................................................................................. 9.00
2266.*D'ARCO: Weber Sonatas #3 & #4. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-271. A-- [055518] ............................................ 9.00
2267. DARRE: Saint-Saens Concerti #2 & 4. Fourestier/ORTF. Capitol P-18036. A-- [074940]................. 9.00
2268.*DAVIDOVICH: Chopin Concerto #1; Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise Brillante.
Marriner/LSO. Philips 9500 889. A- to A [075236] ...................................................................... 9.00
2269.*DAVIS: (Ivan): "Romantic Concertos" - Themes from Warsaw Concerto, Rachmaninoff 2nd
& Rhapsody, Tchaikovsky 1st, Grieg, Gershwin Concerto & Rhapsody. Kostelanetz/His
Orch. Col MS-6476. A-("2-eyes" labels) [074799] ......................................................................... 9.00
2270. DE GROOT: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2 (Otterloo/Hague Philharmonic). Filler: Waltz &
Finale from Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings (Fistoulari/LSO). Mercury MGW-14040.
A-(scattered lgt tks sd 2) [075298] ................................................................................................. 11.00
2271. DE LA BRUCHOLLERIE: (Monique): Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Moralt/Vienna State
Philharmonia. [scarce disc!] Vox PL-7220. A--/B+ [074821]...................................................... 23.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2272.*DE LARROCHA: Granados - Goyescas; Escenas Romanticas. MHS 1248/49(2). A- [079744] .......... 9.00
2273.*DEMUS: Schubert - 12 Ausgewahlte Tanze; Allegretto; 12 Valses Nobles; 2 Adagios; 11
Ecossaisen; 2 Deutsche Tanze; 12 Walzes from Op.9, D.365 (which contains 36 total).
[performed on Hammerflugel, 1835] Harmonia Mundi-20 21442-7. A- to A [072702] ................ 11.00
2274.*DEMUS: Schubert - 150th Anniverary Recital: Sonata in G; plus seventeen short works. MHS
3891/92(2). A- [081029] ................................................................................................................. 10.00
2275. DEMUS: Schumann - Kreisleriana; Toccata, Op. 7; Romance, Op.28, #2. West XWN-18489.
A- [064506] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
2276.*DEMUS & SHETLER: The Young Beethoven: Early Piano Music for Two and Four Hands
(Four Sonatas; Waldstein Variations). [tulip labels] DGG 643 216. A- to A(British
pressing) [072701] .......................................................................................................................... 11.00
2277.*DICHTER: Beethoven - Andante Favori. Schubert - Sonata in A, D.959. RCA LSC-3124. A[078227] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2278.*DICHTER: Brahms Concerto #2. Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch. Philips 9500 414. Ato A [073652] .................................................................................................................................... 9.00
2279.*DYKE: (Martyn; fortepiano): Works of Dussek (Sonata in g), Clementi (Sonata in C), Mozart
(Variations K.581) & Haydn (Adagio in F; Variations in G). [DMM] Psyche PSY-13. Ato A [072578] .................................................................................................................................. 11.00
2280. ECHANIZ: Villa-Lobos - The Baby's Family (complete). West SWN-18065. B(no notes)
[075224] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2281.*EGOROV: Schumann - Carnaval; Papillons; Toccata. [dig] Electrola 1C067-43 139. A- to A
[055526] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2282. ELLEGAARD: (France): Nielsen - Chaconne. Liszt - Liebestraum #3; La Campanella. [10inch] London LD-9065. B [071156] ............................................................................................... 11.00
2283. ENGDAHL: (Lenore): Dukas - Variations, Interlude & Finale on a Theme of Rameau. Franck Prelude, Chorale & Fugue. MGM E-3421. A- [058067] ................................................................ 10.00
2284.*ENGEL: Mozart Concerti #14 & #25. Hager/Salzburg Mozarteum Orch. Telefunken
6.41925. A- [060097] ........................................................................................................................ 7.00
2285. ENTREMONT: Chopin - Polonaise, Impromptu, Nocturne, Waltz, Ballade, Mazurka &
Scherzo. [10-inch] MMS 80. B to B- [060854] ................................................................................ 6.00
2286.*ENTREMONT: Haydn Concerti in D (Hob. XVIII:11), in C (Hob. XIV:12), in G
(Hob.XVIII:4). Entremont also conducts Vienna Ch Orch. MHS 7027. A- [080999] ................. 9.00
2287. ENTREMONT: Liszt Concerto #1 & #2. Goehr/Zurich Radio Orch. [10-inch] Musical
Masterpiece Soc MMS 68. Z--(brief scr sd 2) [075416]................................................................... 9.00
2288.*ENTREMONT: Satie - Gnossiennes #1-3; Croquis et Agaceries d'un Gros Bonhomme en
Bois; Les Trois Valses Distinguees du Precieux Degoute; Descriptions Automatiques;
Gymnopedies #1-3; 1st Nocturne; Je te Veux; Poudre d'Or; Avant-derniers Pensees. [dig]
CBS IM-37247. A- [078534] ............................................................................................................ 8.00
2289.*ENTREMONT: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Bernstein/NYP. Col MS-6359. A-(early "2-eyes"
labels; oddly scarce issue) [080920] ............................................................................................... 12.00
2290.*ESCHENBACH: Mozart Sonatas K.310, K.457 & K.545. DGG 2530 234. A- to A(minor
cover scuffs) [075003] ...................................................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2291.*ESCHENBACH: Mozart Sonatas K.330/331; Rondos, K.485 & K.511. DGG 139 318. A[077434] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2292.*ESCHENBACH: Schumann - Kinderscenen; Intermezzi, Op.4; Waldscenen (4 excerpts);
Abegg Variations. [tulip labels] DGG 139 183. A- to A [072631] ................................................ 11.00
2293. FERRANTE AND TEICHER: Light Classics - Works of Lecuona, Chopin, Brahms(2),
Beethoven, Sousa, Rachmaninoff, Schubert & Chopin. ABC - Paramount ABC-313. A[083609] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2294. FISCHER: (Annie): Mozart Concerto #20 & #23. Boult/PO. English Columbia 33CX-1686. B
to B+ [081785] ................................................................................................................................ 12.00
2295. FISCHER: (Annie): Mozart Concerto #21 & #22. Sawallisch/PO. English Columbia 33CX1630. A-- [081786].......................................................................................................................... 20.00
2296. FISCHER: Bach - Fantasias (3); Toccata in D; Chromatic Fantasia & Fugue; Adagio; ChoralePrelude. [Italian-only notes] La Voce del Padrone COLH-45. B-(disappointing condition,
but scarce disc) [073911] .................................................................................................................. 8.00
2297. FISCHER: Bach Concerto #1, #4 & #5. Fischer/His Ch Orch. [recorded 1933-38; Japaneseonly notes] EMI GR-2009. A- to A(c/c; slight jacket scuffs) [081752] ......................................... 12.00
2298. FISCHER: Beethoven Concerto #5. Furtwangler/PO. [In print 1/55 to 2/57; deleted February
1957; insert print in box frame is Van Dyck's portrait of James Stuart, Duke of Lenox]
RCA LHMV-4. A- [084555]........................................................................................................... 45.00
2299. FISCHER: Mozart Concerto #25 (Krips/PO). BACH - Three-Piano Concerto in C (with
Smith; Matthews; Fischer/PO). [only in print 8/52 - 3/56] RCA LHMV-1004. A-[082260] .......................................................................................................................................... 18.00
2300.*FLEISHER: Brahms Concerto #2. Szell/CO Odyssey Y-32222. A-(demo copy) [075405] ................. 9.00
2301. FOLDES: Mozart Concerto #15. Bigot/Lamoureux Orchestra. [scarce!!] Vox VLP-6580. B[075348] .......................................................................................................................................... 23.00
2302.*FRAGER: Chopin - Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise; Polonaise, Op.53; Contredanse;
Tarantelle, Op.43; Mazurkas, Op.6; Ludovic Variations, Op.12. [dig] Telarc DG-10040. A[080434] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2303.*FRANCESCH: (Homero): Schumann - Kinderszenen; Arabeske; Fantasiestucke. DGG 2530
644. A- to A [075377] ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
2304.*FRANCOIS: Liszt - Concerti #1 & 2. Silvestri/PO. Sera S-60107. A- [075975] ................................. 7.00
2305.*FRANCOIS: Prokofiev Concerto #3 & #5. Rowicki/PO. [blue labels] Angel S-36193. A[069131] .......................................................................................................................................... 13.00
2306.*FRANTZ: Mozart Concerto #20 & #24. Flor/Bamberg Sym. [dig; DMM] Eurodisc RL69000. A- to A [075183] ................................................................................................................... 9.00
2307.*FRIERE: Chopin Scherzos #1-#4; 3 Ecossaisen; Prelude, Op.45. Telefunken 6.42034. A- to A
[072633] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
2308. GIANOLI & BADURA-SKODA: Mozart Concerti K.242 & K.365. Scherchen/VSOO. West
WL-5095. A-- [081561] .................................................................................................................. 10.00
2309. GILELS: Chopin Concerto #1. Kondrashin/Moscow Philharmonic. [Live, 1962] Melodiya
014725/26. B(blank cover) [074916] .............................................................................................. 14.00
2310. GILELS: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Ehrling/Stockholm Philharmonic. [scarce!] Regent MG5055. B++(superficial marks cause very little sound) [075310]..................................................... 23.00
2311. GILELS: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Ivanov/USSR Sym. MK 1532. A-- [080472] ............................ 10.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2312. GODOWSKY: Chopin Sonata #2. Short works of Debussy, Sinding, Chaminade, Rubinstein,
Tchaikovsky & Schubert-Godowsky(2). [recorded 1930 (Chopin; for British Columbia) &
1925-26 (the rest; for Brunswick)] International Piano Archives IPA 113. A- [081688] .............. 16.00
2313. GODOWSKY: American Recordings, 1913-26: Short works of Mendelssohn(2), Chopin(7),
Chopin-Liszt(2), Verdi-Liszt, Dohnanyi, Liszt(4), Verdi-Liszt, Henselt(2), Rubinstein,
Godowsky(3), Smith-Godowsky, Bishop-Godowsky, Schubert-Godowsky, Albeniz,
Schutt(2), Rubinstein(2), Debussy(2), Lane, Schubert-Tausig, Sinding, Zeckwer &
MacDowell. Archive Piano Recordings APR-7011(2). A- to A [081644] ..................................... 24.00
2314.*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[064864] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2315. GOLD & FIZDALE: (duo pianos) Paul Bowles - Concerto Two Pianos, Winds & Percussion
[Saidenberg/Ens (inc. Mitch Miller & Reginald Kell)]. Milhaud - Carnaval a la NouvelleOrleans; Les Songes (the two pianos alone). [10-inch] Col ML-2128. B [072259] ....................... 13.00
2316.*GOLD & FIZDALE: Brahms - Haydn Variations. Bizet - Jeux d'Enfants. Odyssey 32 16 0334.
A- [069477] ....................................................................................................................................... 7.00
2317.*GOULD: Beethoven (arr. Liszt for piano solo) - Symphony #5. Col MS-7095. A- [082342]............. 10.00
2318.*GOULD: Beethoven Sonata #12 & #13. CBS M-37831. A- to A [075367] .......................................... 9.00
2319.*GOULD: Strauss - Sonata, Op.5; Five Piano Pieces, Op.3. [dig] CBS IM-38659. A- to
A(demo; c/c) [075315] ...................................................................................................................... 9.00
2320.*GRAFFMAN: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1 (Szell/CO). Rachmaninoff - 3 Preludes. Col MY37263. A-(demo copy) [078935]....................................................................................................... 7.00
2321.*GRIERSON & KANE: Gershwin - Two-Piano arrangements of American in Paris, Three
Preludes and six songs. Angel S-36083. FS [077867] ...................................................................... 9.00
2322.*GULDA & COREA: Mozart - Concerti #23 & #26 (Gulda alone); Concerto #10 (Gulda &
Corea). Chick Corea - Fantasy for Two Pianos. Friedrich Gulda - Ping-Pong fro Two
Pianos (both with both Gulda & Corea). Harnoncourt/ACO (in all). [dig; DMM] MHS
827551K(2). A- to A [080827] ....................................................................................................... 24.00
2323.*GUTIERREZ: Grieg & Schumann Concerti. Tennstedt/LPO. [quad] Angel S-37510.
FS(demo copy) [050407] .................................................................................................................. 8.00
2324.*HAAS: (Werner): Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue; Concerto in F; I Got Rhythm Variations. de
Waart/Monte Carlo Opera Orch. Philips 6500 118. A- to A [075105] ........................................ 9.00
2325. HAEBLER: Mozart Concerto # 5 & #23; Rondo, K.382. P.Walter/Vienna Pro Musica. Vox
PL-9830. A-- [072314]...................................................................................................................... 8.00
2326. HAEBLER: Mozart Concerto # 6 & #8. Hollreiser/Vienna Pro Musica. Vox PL-9290. A-[072313] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2327.*HAMBRO: Griffes - Roman Sketches; Piano Sonata. Leonid Hambro. Lyrichord LL-105. A[078379] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
2328. HASKIL: Beethoven Concerto #4 (Cluytens/ORTF; 12-8-55). Chopin Concerto #2
(Kubelik/PCO; 1-31-60). Discocorp Curtain Call 233. A- [051607] .............................................. 9.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2329. HASKIL: Hindemith - The Four Temperaments (Composer/ORTF; 1957). Mozart Concerto
#20 (Fricsay/RIAS; 1954). Discocorp Curtain Call 230. A- [051610]............................................ 9.00
2330. HASKIL: Hindemith - The Four Temperaments (Rosbaud/SWDR). Bach - Toccata, BW 914.
Scarlatti Sonata in E-flat. Schumann - Bunte Blatter, Five Pieces; A-B-E-G-G Variations.
Ravel Sonatine. Rococo 2089. A- [074988] ................................................................................... 23.00
2331.*HELFFER: Bartok 3rd & Prokofiev 3rd Concerti. Maderna/Monte-Carlo Opera Orch.
[recorded 1969] Fest Class FC-438. A- [073923]............................................................................. 8.00
2332.*HESS: Beethoven Sonata #25; Short Pieces by Bach(2), Scarlatti, Rachmaninoff, Paradies,
Brahms(2), Debussy & Szymanowski. [from Duo-Art piano rolls] Everest X-917. A[050672] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2333. HESS: Schumann Concerto. Rudolf Schwarz/PO. [recorded 12/1952; released mid-1954;
deleted 2/1957; imposing cover portrait of Hess] RCA LHMV-1062. A--(almost all a
strong A-) [082323]......................................................................................................................... 32.00
2334. HOFMANN: Casimir Hall Recital (April 7, 1938). Beethoven - Waldstein Sonata. Schumann Kreisleriana. Short works of Chopin(4), Stojowski, Hofmann(2) & Schubert-Godowsky.
[Includes 16-page booklet with extensive essays and many wonderful photos.] IPA
5007/8(2). A- [082018] ................................................................................................................... 45.00
2335. HOFMANN: Golden Jubilee Concert (November 28, 1937). Brahms - Academic Festival
Overture. Rubinstein - Concerto #4. Chopin - Ballade in g; Nocturne in E-flat; Valse in Aflat; Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise. Hofmann - Chromaticon for Piano &
Orchestra. Reiner/Curtis Symphony (includes lots of Phila personnel); Encores by
Mendelssohn, Rachmaninoff, Beethoven & Moszkowski. [With introductory remarks by
Walter Damrosch following overture; includes very nice booklet with tributes and many
photos] International Piano Archives IPA 5001/2(2). A- [082017]................................................ 45.00
2336.*HOFMANN: Short pieces by Rubinstein(2), Schuett, Sternberg, Moszkowski, Rachmaninoff
& Schumann-Tausig. GRAINGER: Short pices by Chopin, Scott, Debussy & BrahmsGrainger. BAUER: Short works of Schubert, Bizet-Buonamici & Durand. [from piano
rolls; palyed on Steinway Duo-Art piano] Klavier KS-121. A- [077857] ...................................... 11.00
2337. HOLLANDER: Brahms - Intermezzo, Op.117, #2; Beethoven - Tempest Sonata. Schumann Arabeske. Bach - Jesu. [WD labels] RCA LM-2912. A- [075406] .................................................. 9.00
2338.*HOROWITZ: "On Television." From Carnegie Hall recital, 2-1-68: Chopin - Ballade Op.23;
Nocturne Ip.55, #1; Polonaise Op.44. Scarlatti - 2 Sonatas. Schumann - Arabesque.
Scriabin - Etude Op.8, #12. Schumann - Traumerei. Horowitz - Carmen Variations. Col
MS-7106. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) [073753] ................................................................................ 10.00
2339.*HOROWITZ: Chopin - Polonaise Fantaisie, Op.61; Polonaise, Op.53; Introduction & Rondo,
Op.16; Mazurka in a; Waltz in a; Etude in G-flat ("Black Key"). Col M-30643. A[075126] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2340.*HOROWITZ: Medtner - A Christmas Tale for Children. [This was the only issue of this
performance on LP of which I am aware (later it was on CD & cassette). Here it is part of
Goodyear's 9th "Great Songs of Christmas" album, including Petula Clark, Connie Francis,
Crosby, Leinsdorf, Mantovani, Welk, Sutherland, etc.] Col CSS-1033. A- [076864] ................... 20.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2341. HOROWITZ: Mendelssohn - Variations Serieuses; Wedding March & Variations after Liszt
(Horowitz arrangement). Liszt - Funerailles; Valse Oubliee; Sonetto de Petrarca #104;
Rakoczy March (Horowitz arrangement). [SD labels] RCA LVT-1043. A- [082479] .................. 12.00
2342. HOROWITZ: Mendelssohn - Variations Serieuses. Horowitz - Mendelssohn's Wedding March
& Variations after Liszt. [10-inch; colorful cover, "A Mendelssohn Centenary Album,
1847-1947" (clearly this was originally the cover of the 78-rpm album)] RCA LM-21. B to
B+ [084749] .................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2343. HOROWITZ: Schumann - Kinderscenen. Chopin - Seven Mazurkas. [SD labels] RCA LVT1032. A- [082470] ........................................................................................................................... 12.00
2344. HOROWITZ: Concert Encores - Carmen Variations; Danse Macabre; Stars & Stripes;
Turkish March; Wedding March & Variations; Prokofiev Toccata; plus other short works
of Mussorgsky, Bach, Mendelssohn, Debussy & Moszkowski(2). [recorded 1942-1951;
mostly rousing stuff; Stars and Stripes is stunning!] RCA ARM1-2717. A- [075365] .................. 11.00
2345. HORSLEY: Stravinsky - Capriccio. John Ireland - Concerto in E-flat. Cameron/RPO. Capitol
P-7183. B+ [072320]......................................................................................................................... 9.00
2346.*HUNGERFORD: Beethoven Sonatas #30 & #32. Van VSD-71172. A- [080516]................................ 9.00
2347. ITURBI: Music to Remember from Works of Chopin (2 Waltzes; one each: Etude,
Fantaisie-Impromptu, Mazurka & Polonaise). [10-in] RCA LM-87. B [084792] .......................... 10.00
2348.*JACOBS: (Paul): Busoni - 6 Sonatinas. Nonesuch H-71359. A- [077141] ........................................... 8.00
2349. JAMBOR: Bach - Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue; Italian Concerto; Prelude, Fugue & Allegro in
E-flat; Prelude & Fugue in a. Capitol P-8348. A-- [075414] ............................................................ 9.00
2351.*JOHNSON (James): Beethoven Concerto #1. Freeman/RPO. MHS 4693. A- [080983]..................... 8.00
2352. JOLLES: (Henry): Schubert - Fantasy Sonata in G, Op.78; Three Klavierstucke, Op. Posth.
Haydn Soc HSL-81. B+ [075259]................................................................................................... 11.00
2353. JONAS: (Maryla): Chopin Mazurkas (9). [10-inch] Col ML-2036. B [078588] .................................... 7.00
2354.*JONES: (Joela): Chopin Concerto #2 (Freeman/RPO); Nocturne, Etude, Ballade. MHS 3863.
A- [074912] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
2355.*KALICHSTEIN: Mendelssohn Concerto #1 (Previn/LSO); Fantasie, Op.28; Variations
Serieuses. RCA LSC-3239. A- [075313] ........................................................................................ 15.00
2356.*KAMENIKOVA: (Valentina): Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Pinkas/Brno State Philharmonic.
Supraphon 1 10 1043. A- [058639] ................................................................................................ 10.00
2357.*KANN: Works for Left Hand Alone by Saint-Saens (6 Etudes), Scriabin (Prelude; Nocturne),
Reger (4 Special Studies), Bartok & C.P.E.Bach. MHS 1971. A- [059976] .................................. 10.00
2358. KAPELL: Beethoven Concerto #2. Golschmann/NBC Sym. [10-inch] RCA LM-12. B to
B+(varies) [084739] ........................................................................................................................ 10.00
2359. KAPELL: Khachaturian Concerto (Koussevitzky/BSO). Prokofiev Concerto #3
(Dorati/Dallas Sym). [drm] RCA AGM1-5266. FS [074896]......................................................... 8.00
2360. KAPELL: Prokofiev Concerto #3 (Dorati/Dallas Sym). LISZT - Mephisto Waltz. [deleted
1/60; scarce] [PD labels] RCA LVT-1028. A-(superb copy) [082466] .......................................... 35.00
2361. KAPELL: Rachmaninoff - Paganini Rhapsody. Reiner/Robin Hood Dell Orch. [10-inch] [s/s]
RCA LM-126. A--(few tks beg sds, but superb for this issue) [083589]........................................ 21.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2362. KAPELL: Rachmaninoff - Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (Reiner/Robin Hood Dell).
Beethoven Concerto #2 (Golschmann/NBC Sym). [PD labels] RCA LM-9026. A(occasional light tks from superficial marks) [082374] .................................................................. 24.00
2363. KATCHEN: Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue; Concerto in F. Mantovani/His Orch. London LL1262. A- to B++ [077665]............................................................................................................... 13.00
2364.*KATIN: Grieg Concerto; Litolff - Scherzo from Concerto Symphonique #4 (Davis/LPO).
Side 2: Grieg - Peer Gynt Suite #1 (Fjeldstad/LSO). London STS-15226. A- [077099] ............. 10.00
2365.*KATIN: Liszt - Polonaises #1 & #2; Consolations #1 - #6; Dante Sonata. [from CS-6106]
London STS-15123. A-(demo copy) [037201] ............................................................................... 10.00
2366.*KATIN: Rachmaninoff Concerto #1 (Boult/LPO) & #2 (Davis/London New Sym). London
STS-15225. A-(c/c) [077098] ......................................................................................................... 10.00
2367.*KATIN: Rachmaninov Preludes, Vol 1. Unicorn UNS-230. A- [072616]............................................. 8.00
2368.*KATIN: Rachmaninov Preludes, Vol 2. Unicorn UNS-231. A- [072615]............................................. 8.00
2369.*KATSARIS: Beethoven - Symphony #6 (arr. Liszt). [half-speed mastered; DMM] Telefunken
6.42781. A- to A [057981] .............................................................................................................. 10.00
2370.*KATSARIS: Beethoven - Symphony #9 (arr. Liszt). [dig; DMM] Telefunken 6.42956. A- to A
[057978] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2371.*KEENE: Rachmaninoff - The 24 Preludes. Laurel / Protone LP-11(2). A- [078377].......................... 11.00
2372.*KEMPFF: Bach - Preludes & Fugues from The Well-tempered Clavier: Seven from Part I;
Five from Part II. DGG 2531 299. A- to A [074378] ....................................................................... 7.00
2373.*KEMPFF: Beethoven Sonata # 8, #14, #15 & #24. DGG 138 941. A- to A [060235] .......................... 9.00
2374.*KEMPFF: Beethoven Sonata #21, #23 & #25. [tulip label] DGG 138943. A- [065423] ...................... 8.00
2375. KEMPFF: Brahms - Six Piano Pieces, Op.118. [10-inch] Decca LX-3032. B+ [071186] ................... 14.00
2376. KEMPFF: Mozart Concerto # 9 & #15. Munchinger/Stuttgart Ch Orch; OSR Winds.
London LL-988. B [070898] ............................................................................................................. 9.00
2377. KEMPFF: Mozart Concerto #20. Van Kempen/Dresden Philharmonic. [10-inch] Decca DL7515. B [071185] ............................................................................................................................ 11.00
2378.*KOENIG: (Jan Latham): Janacek - In the Mist; Sonata. Szymanowski - Masques. Prelude
PMS-1503. A-(c/c) [077115] .......................................................................................................... 10.00
2379.*KONTARSKYS: (Alfons & Aloys): Brahms - Haydn Variations (two pianos); Schumann
Variations (four hands); Waltzes (16; Op.39; four hands). [German-only notes]
Musicaphon BM 30-SL 3004. A- [073224] .................................................................................... 11.00
2380.*KRAMER: (Selma): Piano Encores (Mehul Sonata in A; works of Bach(2), D.Scarlatti(2),
Brahms, chopin, Rachmaninoff(2), Haubiel(2) & Chaminade). [Schnabel pupil] Orion
ORS-7261. FS [057603] ................................................................................................................... 6.00
2381. KYRIAKOU: Mendelssohn - Complete Piano Music, Volume II: Concerto #2
(Swarowski/Vienna Pro Musica); Sonata in B-flat; 6 Preludes & Fugues; Gondelied; 3
Fantaises; Serenade & Allegro Gioioso; Fantasy on "Last Rose of Summer;" Rondo
Brillante; Albumblatt; 2 Musical Sketches. Vox VBX-412(3). A- [077798] ................................. 13.00
2382.*LABEQUE DUO: Liszt - Reminiscences de Don Juan; Faust (2 episodes). [dig] Angel DS38059. A- [075161] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
2383. LATEINER: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1 (Aliberti/VSOO). BOUKOFF: Grieg Concerto
(Rodzinski/PSOL). West XWN-18725. A-(brief lgt scrs Tchaikovsky) [063601] ......................... 7.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2384. LEVANT: Rubinstein - Concerto #4. Liszt - Valse Oubliee #1; Sonetto del Petrarca #104.
Mitropoulos/NYP. Odyssey 32 16 0169. A- [076836].................................................................... 9.00
2385. LEVITZKI: His Rarest Recordings. Chopin - Nocturne, Ballade, Waltzes(3), Preludes(3),
Etudes(2). Short works of Levitzki(3), Paganini-Liszt, Moszkowski(2) & Gluck-Brahms.
[recorded 1923-25(Columbia) and 1927-29(EMI)] International Piano Archives IPA 114.
A- [082492] ..................................................................................................................................... 20.00
2386. LEVY: Beethoven Sonatas #30 & #31. Unicorn UNLP-1033. A-- [075108] ....................................... 11.00
2387.*LEWENTHAL: Alkan - Le Festin d'Esope; Barcarolle; Quasi-Faust; Symphonie. [WD labels]
RCA LSC-2815. A- [067549] ......................................................................................................... 10.00
2388.*LHEVINNE: (Rosina): Mozart Concerto #21. Morel/Juilliard Orch. GOULD: Mozart
Concerto #24. Susskind/CBC Sym. Col MP-38752. A- [069217] ................................................ 13.00
2389.*LHEVINNE: Short works of Mendelssohn, Schubert-Liszt, Rubinstein, Tausig, Sinding,
Schuett & Liszt. [from Ampico piano rolls] Klavier KS-111. A- [075299] ..................................... 9.00
2390.*LICAD: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2; Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. Abbado/CSO.
[debut recording, 1983] [dig] CBS IM-38672. A- to A [078223] .................................................. 11.00
2391.*LILL: Brahms Concerto #2. Rozhdestvensky/USSR Radio Sym. [Live, 1970; probably from
Tchaikovsky competition; Russian-only notes] Melodiya CM-02033-4. B+ [057010] ................. 10.00
2392. LIPATTI: Chopin - Waltzes #1-14. EMI HLM-7075. A- to A [081766]................................................ 9.00
2393.*LIPATTI: Schumann Concerto. Ansermet/OSR. [From broadcast performance; February 22,
1950; electronic stereo] Ansermet/OSR also play Schumann's Carnaval ballet. London
STS-15176. A- [068201]................................................................................................................... 9.00
2394. LONG: (Marguerite): Faure - Piano Quartet #1 (1956; Trio Pasquier) & #2 (1940; Thibaud;
Vieux; Fournier). French EMI 2C051-12815. A- [081770] ......................................................... 16.00
2395. LYMPANY: Franck - Symphonic Variations (Susskind/PO). Schumann - Etudes
Symphoniques. [only in print 8/52 - 3/56] RCA LHMV-1013. A--/A- [082269] .......................... 12.00
2396. LYMPANY: Grieg Concerto (Schwarz/LSO). Mozart Concerto #21 (Menges/PO). [only in
print between mid-1954 and March 1956; Clough & Cuming's World Encyclopedia of
Recorded Music, Supplement III, identifies the orchestra in the Grieg as the PO, not the
LSO; pert cover portrait of Lympany] RCA LHMV-1067. A-- [082327]...................................... 24.00
2397. LYMPANY: Saint-Saens Concerto #2. Martinon/LPO. [10-inch] British Decca LX-3064.
B++ [065093] .................................................................................................................................. 10.00
2398. LYMPANY: Turina - Rapsodia Sinfonica (Susskind/PO). Mendelssohn - Concerto #1
(Kubelik/PO); Rondo Brillant (Menges/LSO). [only in print 12/52 - 8/56] RCA LHMV1025. B+/B [082291] ...................................................................................................................... 16.00
2399.*MAGALOFF: Beethoven Concerti #2 & #4. Rivoli/Zurich Radio Orch. Guilde
Internationale du Disque SMS-2556. A- [064067] ........................................................................... 9.00
2400. MALCUZYNSKI: Chopin Concerto #2 (Susskind/LSO); Fantasie, Op.49. Angel 35729. A(U.S. red labels) [060261] ................................................................................................................. 6.00
2401.*MALCUZYNSKI: Chopin Waltzes (14). Angel S-35726. A- [073365] .............................................. 11.00
2402. MALCUZYNSKI: Chopin Waltzes (complete). Angel 35726. A-(earliest U.S. red labels)
[075127] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2403.*MALCUZYNSKI: Rachmaninoff Concerto #3. Rowicki/Warsaw Philharmonic. Muza SX124. A- [075118] ............................................................................................................................. 11.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2404.*MANDEL: (Alan): Ives - Complete Works for Solo Piano. Desto DST-6458/61(4). A-(minor
box damage & tape repair) [073671] .............................................................................................. 13.00
2405.*MANDEL: (Alan): American Piano Music. Siegmeister - Theme & Variations #2. Starer Evanescents (recording supervised by composer). Albright - Grand Sonata in Rag.
Grenadilla GS-1020. A- [073738]..................................................................................................... 8.00
2406.*MARGARET BRUCE/PETER GELLHORN: (piano duet): Dvorak - From the Bohemian
Forest, Op.68, B.133 (first recording). Beethoven - Ich denke dein Variations. Liszt - La
Sonnambula Fantasie. Bedivere BVR-310. A- to A(lovely British pressing) [075445]................. 11.00
2407.*MERRICK: Field Concerto #4 (Nash/Bexley Pro Musica). Chopin - Berceuse. Rare
Recorded Editions SRRE-136. A- [074800] ..................................................................................... 9.00
2408.*MERSCHER: (Kristin): Mendelssohn Concerti #1 & #2. Hager/Salzburg Mozarteum Orch.
Eurodissc SQ200-152-366. A- to A [055523] ................................................................................ 10.00
2409.*MICHELANGELI: Brahms - Ballads, Op.10. Schubert Sonata in a, D.537. [dig] DGG 2532
017. A- to A [082063] ..................................................................................................................... 12.00
2410. MICHELANGELI: Liszt Concerto #1 (Rohan/Yomiuri Sym; live 1965); Totentanz
(Kubelik/RAI Torino; live 1961). Opus MLG-73. A- [082049] .................................................. 15.00
2411. MICHELANGELI: Schumann Concerto (Rossi/RAI Turin; Live 1955); Grieg Concerto
(Fruhbeck de Burgos/NPO; Live 1968). Dis 3701. A- [081723] ................................................. 10.00
2412. MILDNER: Weber Konzertstuck. Liszt Concerto #1. Rother/RIAS Sym. Telefunken LGX66022. A- to B+ [075413] ................................................................................................................. 9.00
2413.*MITCHELL: (Marjorie): Frank Martin - Five Preludes for Piano. Britten Concerto
(Strickland/NDR Sym). Decca DL-710133. A- [075368] .............................................................. 9.00
2414. MOISEIWITSCH: Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody #2. Short works of Debussy(3), Ravel,
Chopin(2), Poulenc, Stravinsky, Mendelssohn, Khachaturian & Rachmaninov. [recorded
1938-49] EMI HQM-1153. A-(c/c) [081758] ................................................................................. 20.00
2415.*MONSTER CONCERT: Ten Pianos & Sixteen Pianists in Blue Danube Waltzes, Maple Leaf
Rag, William Tell Overture, Stars & Stripes and four more pieces. Pianists include Eugene
List, Frank Glazer, Barry Snyder, Maria Luisa Faini & others associated with the
Eastman School of Music. Conducted by Samuel Adler. [quad] Col MQ-31726. A-(very
slight water damage to jacket) [081284] ......................................................................................... 12.00
2416.*MORAVEC: Beethoven Concerto #3. Neumann/CPO. ProArte PAL-1016. A-(c/c) [073643] ........... 7.00
2417.*MORAVEC: Dvorak Concerto. Belohlavek/CPO. [dig] Supraphon 1110 3030. FS [061171] .......... 10.00
2418.*NAGAI: (Susumu): Beyer - Vorschule im Klavierspiel. [Nagai both plays the piano and
narrates in Japanese; pressed on red vinyl] Toshiba TS-7007. A- [052172] .................................... 9.00
2419.*NAKAJIMA: (Hanae): Beethoven Concerto #5. Tchupp/Nuremburg Sym. [Poor Hanae
Nakajima receives no mention at all on the jacket: front, back or spine! You have to go to
the label on the record to find out who the pianist is...] Windmill WMD-153. A- [078500] ........... 9.00
2420. NAT: Schubert - Moments Musicaux. Schumann - Carnaval de Vienne. French EMI 2C05173033. A- [081403] ......................................................................................................................... 12.00
2421. NOVAES: Mozart Concerto #9 & #20. Swarowsky/Vienna Pro Musica Orch. Vox PL-8430.
B++ [072303] .................................................................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2422.*NYIREGYHAZI: Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody #3; Weihnachtsbaum; Hamlet (arr.
Nyiregyhazi); Misere after Palestrina; Christus - March of the Three Kings (arr.
Nyiregyhazi); Aux Cypres de la Villa d'Este. Col M2-34598(2). A- [065628] .............................. 19.00
2423.*OGDON: Mendelssohn Concerti #1 & #2; Rondo Brillante. Ceccato/LSO. Electrola C 063022 007. A- [061421] ...................................................................................................................... 10.00
2424.*OGDON: Messiaen - Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant Jesus. Argo ZRG-650(2). A-(very minor box
damage) [064525] ........................................................................................................................... 18.00
2425.*OGDON & LUCAS: Liszt - Concerto Pathetique. Schumann - Andante & Variations; Six
Canonic Studies. Argo ZRG-721. A-(stickers on jacket) [075429] ................................................ 11.00
2426.*OHLSSON: Chopin - Concerto #1; Krakowiak. Maksymiuk/Polish Radio Orch. [quad]
Angel S-37179. A- [078217]............................................................................................................. 8.00
2427.*OUSSET: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2; Paganini Rhapsody. Rattle/City of Birmingham Sym.
[dig; DMM] Angel DS-38087. A- to A(demo copy) [077083] ...................................................... 10.00
2428. PADEREWSKI: Chopin - Three Etudes; Berceuse; Two Mazurkas; Sonata #2 (3rd movement).
Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody #2. Short works of Stojowski, Mendelssohn, Paderewski(3),
Wagner-Liszt & Chopin/Liszt. [recorded 1912-24] Pearl GEMM-150. A- [050706] .................... 10.00
2429.*PADEREWSKI: Chopin - Two Ballads; Two Mazurkas; Valse Brillante; Valse; Scherzo;
Polonaise; Butterfly Etude. [from Duo-Art piano rolls] Everest X-901. FS [075119] ..................... 7.00
2430.*PEKINEL: (Guher & Suher): Rachmaninov - Suites #1 & #2 for Two Pianos. DGG 2531 345.
A- to A [076912] ............................................................................................................................. 13.00
2431. PENNARIO: Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition. Tchaikovsky - Piano Pieces (6). Capitol
P-8323. B [075314] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
2432.*PERAHIA: Schumann & Grieg Concerti. Davis/BVRS. CBS 1P-7859. A- [078235] .......................... 7.00
2433.*PERAHIA: Schumann - Symphonic Etudes; Posthumous Etudes; Papillons. Col M-34539. A[078232] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2434. PETRI: Beethoven Sonata #24; short works of Schubert-Liszt(3), Busoni(4) & Liszt(4). EMI
HQM-1112. A-- [081443] ............................................................................................................... 10.00
2435. PETRI: Beethoven Sonata #29. West XWN-18747. A- [081686] ........................................................ 18.00
2436. PETRI: Beethoven Sonatas #8, 14 & 23. West XWN-18255. B+ [051633] ......................................... 11.00
2437. PETRI: Franck - Prelude, Chorale & Fugue. Medtner - Two Dances; Danza Festiva. Busoni Indian Fantasy. Liszt - Three Petrarch Sonatas (#47, #104 & #123). [Swiss radio
broadcasts, 1957-58; Franck in is stereo] dell'Arte DA-9009. A- to A [081690] ........................... 18.00
2438. PINTER: (Margot): Khachaturian Concerto. Rother/Berlin Radio Orch. [Jacket attributes
"Huttner; Rubahn/Berlin Sym," but Ernst Lumpe's research has discovered the actual
artists] Royale 1276. C/C+ [073974] ................................................................................................ 9.00
2439. PINTER: (Margot): Khachaturian Rother/Berlin Radio Orch. Urania URLP-7086. A(exceptionally good pressing for Urania) [075385] ........................................................................ 14.00
2440.*PINZOLAS: (Jose Maria): Beethoven - Diabelli Variations. [dig] MHS 4826. A- [080984]................ 8.00
2441.*PIRES: (Maria-Joao): Schubert - Sonata #3; Impromptus, Op.90, #3 & #4. [dig] Erato NUM75262. A-(c/c) [075254].................................................................................................................... 9.00
2442.*PLESHAKOV: (Vladimir): Dukas - Variations on a Theme of Rameau. D'Indy - Sonata in e.
Orion ORS-7266. A- [078514] ......................................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2443.*POGORELICH: Bach - English Suites #2 & #3. [dig] DGG 415 480-1. A- to A(c/c) [075262] .......... 9.00
2444.*POGORELICH: Beethoven Sonata #32. Schumann - Symphonic Etudes, Op.13; Toccata,
Op.7. [dig] DGG 2532 036. A- to A [075378].................................................................................. 9.00
2445.*POGORELICH: Chopin Concerto #2 (Abbado/CSO); Polonaise in f#, Op.44. [dig] DGG 410
507-1. A- to A [073537].................................................................................................................... 9.00
2446.*POLLINI: Chopin Concerto #1. Kletzki/PO. [Issued April 1961 - one of Pollini's very first
recordings; nice young cover photo with Kletzki] Capitol SG-7241. A- [073795] .......................... 9.00
2447.*POLLINI: Chopin Polonaises (7). DGG 2530 659. A- to A [078199] ................................................... 8.00
2448.*POLLINI: Stravinsky - Three Movements from Petrouchka. Prokofiev Sonata #7. DGG 2530
225. A- to A(demo copy) [072977] .................................................................................................. 9.00
2449.*PONTI: Operatic Paraphrases for Solo Piano by Liszt (Don Giovanni & Rigoletto),
Thalberg (Robert le Diable), Moszkowski (Tales of Hoffmann) & Paul Pabst (Eugene
Onegin). Turn TVS-34674. FS [055653] .......................................................................................... 9.00
2450.*POSTNIKOVA & ROZHDESTVENSKY: Brahms - Four-hand Piano Music: Four Fantasies;
Sixteen Waltzes; Schumann Variations. Melodiya 33C10-09521-2. A- [064068]........................... 9.00
2451. PROCHORAWA: Russian Piano Music - Short works by Moussorgsky(3), Tchaikovsky(3),
Liadov(2), Tanejev, Scriabin(2) & Rachmaninoff(5 preludes). Haydn Soc HS-9011. B+
[074979] .......................................................................................................................................... 14.00
2452.+RACHMANINOFF: Rachmaninoff - Concerto #3 (Ormandy/Phila); Two Preludes; Polka;
Etude. British RCA LSB-4012. A- to A [060643] .......................................................................... 10.00
2453.*RACHMANINOFF: Works of Rachmaninoff (Prelude in c#; Serenade; Liebeslied;
Liebesfreud; Elegie) and Chopin (The Maiden's Wish; 2 waltzes; Scherzo, Op.31). [from
Ampico piano rolls] Klavier KS-103. A- [075249] .......................................................................... 9.00
2454. RENARD: (Rosita): Carnegie Hall Recital; January 1949. Bach - Partita #1. Mozart - Sonata
#15; Rondo, K.485. Mendelssohn - Prelude; Variations Serieuses. Chopin - Mazurka;
Etudes(9). Debussy - Danse. Ravel - Valses Nobles et Sentimentales. International Piano
Archives IPA 120/121(2). A- [082494] .......................................................................................... 30.00
2455.*RICHTER: Bach - Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1. Mel-Angel SRC-4119(3). A- [081455] ............ 20.00
2456. RICHTER: Bach Concerto #1 (Sanderling/USSR Sym). Schumann Concerto (Gauk/USSR
Radio Orch). Monitor MC-2050. A-- [075427] .............................................................................. 9.00
2457. RICHTER: Bach Concerto #1 (Talich/CPO). Prokofiev Concerto #1 (Ancerl/Prague Sym).
[fold-open album] Artia ALP-123. A- [078503]............................................................................. 14.00
2458. RICHTER: Beethoven - Sonata #8; Eight Bagatelles. MK 05490-91. B+ [081969] .............................. 9.00
2459. RICHTER: Beethoven Sonata #23. Haydn Sonata #20. [Live; Moscow, 1960] MK 1550. B
[065630] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2460.*RICHTER: Brahms Concerto #2. Maazel/Paris Orch. Angel S-36728. A- [078532].......................... 9.00
2461.*RICHTER: Chopin - Ballad #4; Two Etudes; Polonaise-Fantaisie #7. Debussy - Estampes.
Scriabin - Sonata, Op.53. [Live, Italy; dates not given] DGG 2830 114. A- to A(Italian
pressing) [082157] .......................................................................................................................... 12.00
2462.+RICHTER: Franck - Piano Quintet. Bolshoi Quartet. Hall of Fame HOFS-526. A- [075354] ............ 8.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2463. RICHTER: Glazounov, Prokofiev (#1) & Rimsky-Korsakov Concerti. Kondrashin/Moscow
Sym. [recorded 1950-52] Miro MLP-8002. A- [075352] ................................................................. 9.00
2464. RICHTER: Prokofiev Concerto #1 (Ancerl/Prague Sym). Also - Prokofiev Symphony #7
(Anosov/CPO; Richter not involved!) Supraphon SUA-10264. A- [074013] ............................... 12.00
2465.*RICHTER: Rachmaninoff - Concerto #2 (Wislocki/Warsaw Phil); Six Preludes. DGG 138
076. A- to A(c/c; fine Italian pressing) [075333].............................................................................. 9.00
2466.*RICHTER: Saint-Saens Concerto #5. Rimsky Korkakov Concerto. Kondrashin/Youth
Symphony. Period SHOST-2333. A- [078504] ............................................................................... 9.00
2467. RICHTER: Schubert - Sonata, D.845; 2 Impromptus. Monitor MC-2027. A- [077144] ........................ 9.00
2468. RICHTER: Schubert Sonata in C; Moment Musical in f; Allegretto in c; Four Landler. Monitor
MC-2057. A- [078260] ..................................................................................................................... 9.00
2469. RICHTER: Schumann - Waldszenen, Op.82; Fantasiestucke, Op.12 (six pieces); March #2.
Decca DL-9921. A- [065605] ........................................................................................................... 9.00
2470. RICHTER: Tchaikovsky - Grand Sonata. Prokofiev - Sonata #9. Monitor MC-2034. A[037643] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2471. RICHTER: Tchaikovsky - Grand Sonata. Schumann - Humoreske. Odyssey Y-35204. A[079926] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2472. RICHTER: At Carnegie Hall, Volume 1; Beethoven - Sonatas #3, #9, #12, #22 & #23. [Live;
October 19, 1960; suppressed issue] ["6-eyes"] Col M2L-272(2). A-(tks off/on 1/2-inch
Sonata #3; occ elsewhere) [081968] ............................................................................................... 35.00
2473. ROSENTHAL: Chopin Sonata in b; Tarantelle, Op.43. Handel - Air & Variations. Liszt Chant Polonaise #5. J.Strauss - Blue Danube. [recorded 1928-1942] Camden CAL-377. A-(Canadian pressing) [075312]........................................................................................................ 11.00
2474.*ROSENTHAL: Rosenthal - Prelude; Papillons; Carnaval de Vienne. Mendelssohn - Two
Songs Without Words. Chopin - Etude, Waltz. Albeniz - Oriental. Chopin/Liszt - Chant
Polonaise. Bortkiewicz - Etude. [from Ampico piano rolls] Oiseau-Lyre 414 098. A(Dutch pressing) [057794] .............................................................................................................. 10.00
2475. ROSENTHAL: Complete HMV Recordings, 1934-37. Twenty-four recordings; nineteen are
Chopin; also J.Strauss(2), Schubert-Liszt, Schubert & Rosenthal. This 1987 issue was the
first issue of any of these recordings on LP, and the first issue ever of eleven of them.
[transfers by Bryan Crimp] Archive-Piano Recordings APR-7002(2). A- to A [081518] ............. 30.00
2476. RUBINSTEIN: Bach - Toccata & Fugue in C, BWV 564. Chopin - Three Mazurkas; Berceuse;
Barcarolle. Short works of Albeniz(3), Granados & Villa-Lobos(3). [recorded 1928-34]
Electrola 1C027-1435551. A- [081517] ......................................................................................... 10.00
2477.*RUBINSTEIN: Beethoven Sonata, Op.31, #3. Schumann- Fantasiestucke. RCA ARL1-2397.
A-(demo copy; minor cover scuffs) [080465] .................................................................................. 9.00
2478.*RUBINSTEIN: Chopin - Nocturnes & Waltzes (complete). [recorded in Rome, 1963 & 1965]
[drm] RCA ARL3-5018(3). A- to A(very minor box scuffs) [075457].......................................... 16.00
2479.*RUBINSTEIN: CHOPIN - Waltzes (complete). British RCA SB-6600. A- [073208] ........................ 11.00
2480. RUBINSTEIN: Chopin Polonaises - Volume 2: #7; Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise.
[10-inch] RCA LM-152. B to B+ [084826] .................................................................................... 10.00
2481. RUBINSTEIN: Chopin Sonata in b. Debussy - La Cathedrale Engloutie; Poissons d'Or; La
Fille aux Cheveux de Lin; Masques; La Terrasse des Audiences au Clair de Lune; Ondine.
[PD labels] RCA LVT-1042. B+ [082478] ..................................................................................... 12.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2482. RUBINSTEIN: Mozart Concerto #23 & Tchaikovsky Concerto #1 (Barbirolli/LSO; 1931/32).
Beethoven Concerto #4 (Beecham/RPO; 1947). Brahms Concerto #2 (Coates/LSO:
1929). Rachmaninov - Paganini Rhapsody (Susskind/PO; 1947). German Electrola
1C137-1544273(3). A- [081516] .................................................................................................... 25.00
2483. RUBINSTEIN: Mozart Concerto #23. Falla - Nights in the Gardens of Spain. Golschmann/St.
Louis Sym. RCA LM-1091. B to B+(varies) [056705] ................................................................... 8.00
2484. RUBINSTEIN: Rachmaninoff - Paganini Rhapsody. Susskind/PO. [10-inch] RCA LM-26. B[084754] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2485. RUBINSTEIN: Short pieces by Bach-Busoni, Chopin(2), Schumann, Albenis(3), Debussy,
Ravel & Villa-Lobos(3). Italian EMI / Odeon QALP-10363. A- [075360] ................................... 11.00
2486. RUBINSTEIN: Szymanowski - Symphonie Concertante (Wallenstein/LAPO). Rachmaninoff
- Paganini Rhapsody (Susskind/PO). RCA LM-1744. A- to B+(very fine for this issue;
early pre-PD labels) [054389] ........................................................................................................... 9.00
2487. RUBINSTEIN: The Concerto: Liszt 1st & Grieg Concerti (Wallenstein/RCA Victor Sym);
Rachmaninoff 2nd & Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (Reiner/CSO). RCA LM6039(2). A-(pristine copy with original glassine sleeves) [075402] ............................................... 23.00
2488.*SANCHEZ: Falla - 11 Pieces. Ensayo ENY-808. A- to A(Spanish notes) [075283] ............................ 9.00
2489. SANDFORD: (Arthur): Saint-Saens Concerto #2. Bath/Hastings Sym. [Jacket attributes
"Vidusso; Guenther/Rome Sym," but Ernst Lumpe's research has discovered the actual
artists] Royale 1273. C(sound comes through OK) [073973]........................................................... 8.00
2490. SANDOR: Bartok Mikrokosmos (complete). Col SL-229(3). B(in slipcase with nice illustrated
booklet) [074848] ............................................................................................................................ 22.00
2491.*SANDOR: Brahms Concerto #2. Reinhardt/SWDR. Vox STPL-510.990. A- [065575] ..................... 9.00
2492. SANDOR: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2. Rodzinski/NYP. Harmony HL-7059. A-- [071279] ............. 14.00
2493. SANFORD: (Arthur): Saint-Saens Concerto #2. Bath/Hastings Sym, who also play Ballet
Music from Henry VIII. Allegro ALG-3028. B+ [078452] .............................................................. 9.00
2494. SANROMA: Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue; Concerto in F. Fiedler/BPS. Camden CAL-304.
B+ [075104] .................................................................................................................................... 14.00
2495. SCHATZKAMER: Scriabin Sonata #4. Mozart Sonata #17. [10-inch; deleted 1955; VERY
scarce!][Schatzkamer was a student of Siloti's, was associated with Paul Robeson during
the 1940's, and spent the bulk of his career at Washington University in St.Louis. I've
never seen a record of his before.] RCA LM-156. A--(occ brief tks, but mostly superb)
[084834] .......................................................................................................................................... 65.00
2496. SCHNABEL: (Helen & Karl Ulrich): Weber - Five Pieces. Mendelssohn - Allegro Brillant;
Andante Tranquillo con Variazioni. SPA 50. A- [058049] ............................................................ 25.00
2497. SCHNABEL: Beethoven Concerto #4. Dobrowen/PO. [only in print late 1956 - 10/58] [PD
labels] RCA LVT-1010. A- [082385] ............................................................................................. 16.00
2498. SCHNABEL: Beethoven Piano Concerti (complete). #1:Sargent/LSO(3/23/1932).
#2:Dobrowen/PO(6/6/1946). #3:Dobrowen/PO(5/30-31/1947). #4:Dobrowen/PO(6/57/1946). #5:Galliera/PO(5/27-28/1947). Angel GRE-4006(5). A- [070348]................................ 45.00
2499. SCHNABEL: Mozart Concerti #21 (Sargent/LSO) & #27 (Barbirolli/LSO). EMI COLH-67.
A- [073191] ....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2500. SCHNABEL: Mozart Concerto #23 (Rodzinski/Orch; 1946); Sonata #13 (1943). MKR 1004.
A-- [071076].................................................................................................................................... 14.00
2501. SCHNABEL: Schubert Sonata #18, #21, #22. [rec 1937-39] Electrola 1C147-01 557/58(2). Ato A [082443] .................................................................................................................................. 20.00
2502.*SERKIN: (Peter): Chopin - Impromptu #3; Waltzes (3); Nocturnes (3); Polonaise-Fantaisie,
Op.61. [dig; Teldec vinyl] RCA ATC1-4035. A- to A(c/c) [081248] .............................................. 9.00
2503.*SERKIN: Beethoven - Triple Concerto. Laredo; Parnas; Schneider/Marlboro Fest Orch.
Col MS-6564. A- [072628] ............................................................................................................... 7.00
2504.*SERKIN: Mozart Concerto #12 & #20. Abbado/LSO. [dig] DGG 2532 053. A- [074745]................. 8.00
2505.*SGOUROS: Rachmaninov Concerto #3. Simonov/BPO. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38105. A- to
A(demo copy) [057953] .................................................................................................................... 9.00
2506. SHURE: Beethoven Diabelli Variations. Epic LC-3382. A- [075264] ................................................. 11.00
2507.*SIMON: Ravel - The Two Concerti. deFroment/Luxembourg Radio Orch. Turnabout
QTVS-34589. A- [075130] ............................................................................................................... 9.00
2508. SOFRONITSKY: Scriabin Sonatas #3 & #9. MK 1562. A-- [072745] ................................................ 11.00
2509. SOLCHANY: Beethoven Sonatas #3, #10 & #25. Capitol P-18011. A- [058077] ................................. 9.00
2510. SOLOMON: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Dobrowen/PO. RCA LHMV-1028. B to B+ [070269] ....... 10.00
2511. SOMER: Ginastera Concerto (1961; Maerzendorfer/Vienna Philharmonia Orch); Sonata
(1952). Desto D-402. A- [075267].................................................................................................... 9.00
2512.*STECHER & HOROWITZ: Duo-Pianists (Norman Horowitz, that is): Milhaud Scaramouche. Brahms - Haydn Variations. Chopin - Rondo in C. Advance 1000. A(superficial scr does not sound) [074032] ......................................................................................... 8.00
2513.*STEUERMAN: (Jean Louis): Bach - Italian Concerto; 4 Duetti; Overture in the French Style,
BWV 831. [dig] Philips 416 410-1. A- to A(c/c) [075271] .............................................................. 9.00
2514.*SYME: (David): Beethoven Concerto #3. Freeman/RPO. MHS 4694. A- [080995]........................... 8.00
2515.*SYME: Chopin Concerto #1. Freeman/RPO. MHS 3823. A- [076720] .............................................. 8.00
2516.*SZIDON: Scriabin Sonatas # 7 - #10. DGG 2543 816. A- to A [078229] ............................................. 7.00
2517. VIRTUOSO PIANO QUARTET: Falla, Kreisler, Rimsky, J.Strauss, Lecuona, Mendelssohn &
Saint-Saens. Jascha Zayde; Paul Jacobs; Mitchell Andrews; Milton Kaye. [RCA Victor
Record Club issue] RCA CSC-311. A- [075421] ............................................................................. 9.00
2518.*VARSANO: Satie - 5 Gnossiennes; 3 Gymnopedies; 2 Sarabandes; Sonatine Bureaucratique;
Nocturne; three more pieces. Col M-36694. A-(demo copy) [072445]............................................ 9.00
2519.*VASARY: Chopin Nocturnes #11 - #20. DGG 136 487. A- to A [075374] .......................................... 9.00
2520.*VASARY: Debussy - Suite Bergamasque; Dance; Deux Arabesques; Pour le Piano; La Plus
que Lente; L'Isle Joyeuse; Masques. DGG 139 458. A- to A [078207] ........................................... 8.00
2521.*VASARY: Liszt - Sonata in b; Don Giovanni Fantasy; Polonaise #2. Heliodor HS-25054. A[077781] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2522.*VASARY: Liszt - Sonata in b; Polonaise #2; Don Juan Fantasia. [tulip labels] DGG 136 258.
A- to A(tape repair to spine) [082408]............................................................................................ 12.00
2523.*VERA: (Ana-Maria): Mozart Concerto #8. Haydn Concerto #11. De Waart/Rotterdam Phil.
[Recorded at age 12 or so; what ever became of this young lady??] Philips 6833 199. FS
[072890] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
2524. VERD: (Jean): Faure - Theme & Variations; 13th Nocturne; 2nd Valse-Caprice; 3rd
Barcarolle. Zodiac LPZ-1003. B/B++(jacket has tape repair; 1/4-inch scr, sd 1) [064042] ........... 27.00
2525.*WATTS: Liszt - Totentanz. Franck - Symphonic Variations. Leinsdorf/LSO. [quad] Col MQ33072. A-(demo; c/c) [060134]....................................................................................................... 10.00
2526.*WATTS: Liszt - Totentanz. Franck - Symphonic Variations. Leinsdorf/LSO. [quad] Col M33072. A- [075382] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
2527.*WATTS: Schubert - Wanderer Fantasy; Sonata in a, Op.143; Waltzes, Op.18. Col M-33073.
A- [075191] ..................................................................................................................................... 11.00
2528.*WATTS: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Bernstein/NYP. Col M-33071. A-(demo copy) [073760].......... 8.00
2529.*WEBER: Tcherepnin - 10 Bagatelles for Piano & Orchestra. Weber - Konzertstuck.
Rachmaninoff - Paganini Rhapsody. Fricsay/Berlin Radio Orch. DGG 138 710. A- to A
[072351] .......................................................................................................................................... 21.00
2530.*WEISSENBERG: Rachmaninoff - The 23 Preludes (complete). RCA LSC-7069(2). A[073638] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2531.*ZHUKOV: Brahms Concerto #2. Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch. Melodiya CM02673-4. A- [075240]...................................................................................................................... 11.00
2532.*ZIMERMAN: Chopin - Fourteen Waltzes. DGG 2530 965. A- to A [076850] ..................................... 8.00
2533.*ZIMERMAN: Chopin Concerto #1. Giulini/LAPO. [concert performance] DGG 2531 125. Ato A [078188] .................................................................................................................................... 8.00
2534.*ZIMERMAN: Chopin Concerto #2; Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise. Giulini/LAPO.
DGG 2531 126. A- to A [076860] .................................................................................................. 10.00
LP's: Organ
2535.*ALAIN: Bach Organ Works, Volume 1: BWV 525 - BWV 545 [Trio Sonatas(6); Preludes &
Fugues(11); Toccatas & Fugues(2); Fantaisies & Fugues(2)] [various organs] Erato STU71341(4). A- [073004] .................................................................................................................... 16.00
2536.*ALAIN: Bach Organ Works, Volume 2: BWV 546 - BWV 551; BWV 553 - 582 [Preludes &
Fugues(14); Toccatas & Fugues(2); Fantaisie & Fugue; Fantasia; Fantaisies(4);
Preludes(2); Toccata, Adagio & Fugue; Passacaglia & Theme Fugue; Fugues(7)] [various
organs] Erato STU-71346(4). A-- [073005] ................................................................................... 16.00
2537.*ALAIN: Bach Organ Works, Volume 3: BWV 583 - BWV 760 [Orgelbuchlein(46 pieces);
Concerti(6); Recueil Schubler(6); Trios(3); 6 miscellaneous pieces] [various organs] Erato
STU-71351(4). A- [073006] ........................................................................................................... 16.00
2538.*ALAIN: Bach Organ Works, Volume 4: BWV 651 - BWV 689; BWV 552; BWV 802 - BWV
805. [La Messe Lutherienne(27 pieces); Recueil de Leipzig(18 Chorales)] [Danish &
Swiss organs] Erato STU-71356(4). A- [073007] .......................................................................... 16.00
2539.*ALAIN: Bach Organ Works, Volume 5: BWV 690 - BWV 769; BWV 917, 943, 949, 993,
sup.55 [Chorals de la Collection Kirnberger(23); Chorals du Supplement(38); Partitas(6);
Piece Diverses(9)] [various organs] Erato STU-71361(5). A- [073008] ........................................ 16.00
2540. ALAIN: Soler - Quintet for Organ & String Quartet (Fernandez; Raymond; Guiet;
Deferrieux). K.P.E.Bach - Concerto in E-flat (Paillard/Leclair Ens). West XWN-18754.
A-- [072449].................................................................................................................................... 11.00
LP's: Organ - continued
2541.*BIGGS: Bach - Prelude & Fugue in E-flat, BWV 552; Pastorale in F, BWV 590; Prelude &
Fugue in a, BWV 543; Toccata in F, BWV 540; Chorale-Prelude, BWV 654. [Flentrop
Organ, Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard] Col MS-6748. A-(early "2-eyes" labels)
[057051] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2542.*BIGGS: Bach - Trio Sonatas #1 & #5; Concerto in a, after Vivaldi; Concerto in G, after Ernst.
Col M-32791. A-(c/c) [037605] ...................................................................................................... 10.00
2543.*BIGGS: Gabrieli - Canzonas (7), Sonatas (2) & Ricercare for Brass, Winds & Organ. Tarr
Brass Ens; Negri/Gabrieli Consort La Fenice. [Recorded in Basilica San Marco,
Venice] Col MS-7142. A--("2-eyes" labels; demo copy) [061015] ............................................... 10.00
2544. BIGGS: Reubke - Sonata in c on the 94th Psalm. Liszt - Fantasia & Fugue on B.A.C.H.; Gloria
& Credo from Organ Mass. [Methuen Memorial Music Hall, Massachusetts] Col ML4820. A-(fine pressing, earliest blue labels) [080330] .................................................................... 16.00
2545.*BIGGS: Rheinberger Concerti in F and g. Peress/Col Sym. [quad] Col MQ-32297. A-(minor
cover scuffs) [080311] .................................................................................................................... 10.00
2546.*BIGGS: Soler - Six Concerti for Two Organs. Daniel Pinkham, second organ. [BuschReisinger Museum, Harvard University] Col MS-6208. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels)
[080321] .......................................................................................................................................... 15.00
2547.*BIGGS: Joyeux Noel - Twelve Noels by Louis Daquin (1694-1772). [Busch-Reisinger
Museum, Harvard University] Col MS-6167. A-( "6-eyes" labels) [080317] ................................ 16.00
2548.*BOWERS-BROADBENT: Johann Kuhnau - The Six Biblical Sonatas. [organ of St.John's,
Islington (UK)] Pearl SHE-518/9(2). A-(lgt snd 1/4 inch, sd 2) [049157] ..................................... 10.00
2549.*CHORZEMPA: Bach - Three Concerti, BWV 593, 594 & 596; Fugue in b, BWV 579. Philips
412 116-1. A- to A [074500]............................................................................................................. 8.00
2550.*DALLA LIBERA: Works of Andrea(8) and Giovannin(7) Gabrieli. [Nacchini organ (1751),
Ospedaletto Conservatory, Venice] Vedette VST-6008. A- [080532] ........................................... 12.00
2551.*DAVELUY: Gaspard Corrette - Messe du 8e Ton. [Beckerath organ, St.Joseph;s Oratory,
Montreal] Oryx 1736. A- [080556]................................................................................................. 10.00
2552.*DEMESSIEUX: Franck Organ Works, Vol.1: Choral #1; Piece Heroique; Fantasie in A;
Cantabile. London STS-15103. A- [077676] .................................................................................... 9.00
2553. EGGINGTON: Mendelssohn Sonatas #1, #3 & #6; Prelude & Fugue in c. [Chapel of Institut
des Jeunes Aveugles, Paris] Oiseau-Lyre OL-50013. A- [072753] ................................................ 11.00
2554.*ENGLISH ORGAN MUSIC OF THE: 20TH CENTURY: Works of Whitlock, Davies,
Vaughan Williams, Preston & Howells. Mardirosian. [St.Paul of the Apostle, NYC] MHS
3265. A- [058570] ............................................................................................................................. 7.00
2555.*FISHER: (Roger): Rheinberger Sonatas #7 & #8. [Chester Cathedral] EMI HQS-1256. A[052145] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2556.*FISHER: Works of Parry, Howells, Saint-Saens, Roger-Ducasse & Mulet. [Chester Cathedral
Organ] London STS-15241. A- [077688] ......................................................................................... 9.00
2557. FOORT: The Organ at Symphony Hall, Boston, Vol. II. Handel - Arrival of Queen of
Sheba; Arioso; Three Movements from Water Music. Reubke - Organ Sonata Finale. [10inch] Cook 1055. A-- [078476]....................................................................................................... 14.00
2558. FROIDEBISE: Anthologie de la Musique d'Orgues des Primitifs a la Renaissance.
Examples from English, German, Italian, Polish, French, Portuguese & Spanish schools.
[Notes booklet is in French only; organ of Seminary of St-Trond] Thomson 320 C-131133(3). B+(final side edges toward B from odd pressing) [073079] .............................................. 23.00
LP's: Organ - continued
2559.*GEHRING: Marcel Dupre - Le Chemin de la Croix. MHS 1754. A- [074637]..................................... 8.00
2560. GOEDICKE: (Alexander; 1877-1957): Goedicke - Andante from Concerto for Organ & Strings
(Gauk/USSR Sym). Bach - Passacaglia in c, BWV 582; Fantasia & Fugue in g, BWV 542.
[recorded 1947-9] Melodiya M10-43399/400. A-(brief lgt tks in fantasia) [056254] ...................... 8.00
2561.*GOODING: Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-80): Prelude & Fugue; Two Chorale Preludes;
Toccata & Gugue; Trio. MHS 1091. A- [057999] ............................................................................ 7.00
2562.*GUILLOU: Arne Concerti #4 - #6. Klopfenstein/Berlin Brandenburg Orch. [Organ of
Luthurkirche, Berlin] Philips 6581 016. A- to A(British pressing) [074508]................................. 10.00
2563.*HANSEN: Pachelbel - Twelve short pieces. [Notre-Dame, Skanninge, Sweden] MHS 1320.
A- [057996] ....................................................................................................................................... 7.00
2564.*HEILLER: Heiller - Two Improvisations (one on a 12-tone theme by Nikolaus Fheodoroff;
one on a hymn tune). Pachelbel - Ciacona in f. Bach - Choral Preludes BWV 730/31.
[Live; 1972 & 1975; Dietikon, Switzerland] Preiser SPR-9824. A- [073531] ............................... 13.00
2565. HEITMANN: Bach - German Organ Mass. [Charlottenburg Palace Organ] Capitol /
Telefunken P-8029. C+ [077803] ..................................................................................................... 7.00
2566.*HELLMAN: Pachelbel - Nine short works. [Christ Church, Mainz] MHS 3532. A- [057997] ............ 7.00
2567.*JACKSON: Richard Arnell (b.1917) - Complete Organ Music. [Organs at St. Giles,
Cripplegate and Clare College, Cambridge] [Italian pressing] British RCA RL-25075. A[057100] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2568.*JACKSON: Walther - Seven Concerti for Solo Organ. [Churchill Chapel; Fulton, Missouri]
MHS 1319. A- [054986] ................................................................................................................... 8.00
2569.*JOHNSEN: (Knell): Poulenc Concerto (Ingebretsen/Orch). Jehan-Ariste Alain - Suite for
Organ. [notes in Swedish & French only] Proprius PROP-7785. A- [074634] ................................ 8.00
2570.*KASTNER: Bach - Passacaglia & Fugue BWV 582; Prelude & Fugue BWV 552; Partita
BWV 768; Choral Prelude BWV 727. [Silbermann organ, Rotha, Germany; German-only
notes] Eterna 8 25 664. A- [074625]............................................................................................... 10.00
2571.*KLEIN: Schumann - Six Fugues on B-A-C-H, Op.60. [Liebfrauenkirche, Saarbrucken] MHS
4594. A- [056345] ............................................................................................................................. 7.00
2572.*KOBLER: Bach - Die Orgelbuchlein, BWV 599-644. [Silbermann Organ, Freiberg Cathedral]
Telefunken 6.35318(2). A- [073016] .............................................................................................. 14.00
2573.*KRIGBAUM: Messiaen - Messe de la Pentecote. [Woolsey Hall, Yale University] Lyrichord
LLST-7226. A- [074633] .................................................................................................................. 8.00
2574.*MALCOLM: Handel - Complete Concerti for Keyboard & Orchestra (Op.4, #3 and Op.7, #6
performed on harpsichord). Hogwood, continuo; Marriner/ASMF. Argo D3D-4(4). A- to
A(c/c) [073471] ............................................................................................................................... 21.00
2575.*MARGITTAY, LEHOTKA, KOVACS: Liszt - Complete Organ Works. Hungaroton SLPX11540/44(5). A-(slight spine damage) [062414] ............................................................................. 15.00
2576.*MASON (Marilyn): Works of Boyce, Cook, Bach, Zipoli, Reger, Clarke, Langlais &
Sowerby. [Reuter organ at Univ of Michigan] Mirrosonic 7145. A- [080471] .............................. 15.00
2577.*MESSIAEN: Messiaen - L'Ame en Bourgeon. Poems by Cecile Sauvage read by Gisele
Casadesus with improvisatory organ accompaniment by Messiaen. [French-only notes &
texts] Erato STU-71104. A- [073246] ............................................................................................ 11.00
LP's: Organ - continued
2578.*NETHERLAND CHURCH ORGANS: Three-disc set with six half-hour programs of
miscellaneous works played on 20-century organs from Wassenaar, Rotterdam,
Wewstmas, Nordhorn, Vainen & Oldeboek; organists Koopman; Bartelink; Keyser; de
Wolff; Matter; Erne. With spoken commentary, but no written notes. Nederland 6808207/9(3). A- [060028] ..................................................................................................................... 18.00
2579.*RAPF: Schmidt - Prelude & Fugue in E-flat; Fugue in F. MHS 4093. A- [054689] ........................... 10.00
2580.*REINBERGER: Bach - Chorale Preludes(4); Preludes & Fugues (BWV 546, 548 & 549).
[Michaelis-Church, Zwolle, Netherlands] Crossroads 22 16 0068. A- [080485] ........................... 10.00
2581.*RICHTER: Bach - The Six Organ Concerti, BWV 592-597. [Silbermann organ, Arlesheim]
Archiv 2533 170. A- to A(c/c) [065783] .......................................................................................... 7.00
2582.*ROGG: Bach - Toccatas & Fugues in d, BWV 565 & 538 ("Dorian"); Toccata, Adagio & Fuge
in C, BWV 564; Toccata & Fugue in F, BWV 540. [St. Peters, Geneva; quad] Angel S37265. FS [051348]........................................................................................................................... 7.00
2583.*ROGG: Bach Organ Works, Vol. 1: Fantasias & Fugues in g & c; Fantasias, BWV.562, 563,
570, 572; and in c, without BWV. [quad] Angel S-37264. A- [058348] .......................................... 7.00
2584. SCHWEITZER: Bach - Preludes & Fugues, BWV 543, 546, 547 & 548. [recorded 1936; Ste.
Aurelie, Strasbourg] EMI COLH-316. A- [073199]....................................................................... 16.00
2585. SCHWEITZER: Franck - Chorales #1 - #3. Col ML-5128. A-("6-eyes" labels) [080410] .................. 12.00
2586.*SLECHTA: Franck - Fantasia in C; Pastorale; Chorale in a; Piece Heroique. Supraphon 50493.
A- [074505] ..................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2587.*SOKOL: Brixi - Five Concerti. Warchal/Slovak Ch Orch. Opus 9110-1675-76(2). A[074501] .......................................................................................................................................... 13.00
2588.*TUDOR: A Second Wind for Organ - New Pieces for Pipes and Reeds. Mauricio Kagel Improvisation Ajoutee [St. George's Episcopal Church, New York]. Christian Wolff - For
1, 2 or 3 People [baroque organ]. Gorgon Mumma - Mesa, for Cybersonic Bandoneon
[Tudor plays bandoneon; composer at cybersonic console] Odyssey 32 16 0158. A[077869] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2589.*VESELA: Bach - Eighteen Chorale Preludes. [Churche of St. Maurice, Olomouc, c.1745]
Supraphon MS-1161-2(2). A- [074504] ......................................................................................... 13.00
2590.*WALCHA: Bach - Dorian Toccata & Fugue; Toccata & Fugue in d, BWV 565; Fantasia &
Fugue in g, BWV 542; Passacaglia & Fugue in c, BWV 582. [St. Laurenskerk, Alkmaar,
Netherlands] Archiv 2547 011. A- to A [074624] ............................................................................ 8.00
2591.*WALCHA: Bach - Preludes & Fugues, BWV 532, 535, 536 & 550; Pastorale, BWV 590;
Fugue, BWV 578. [Kirche St.-Pierre-le-Jeune, Strasbourg] Archiv 2533 160. A- to A
[078455] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2592.*WALCHA: Bach - The Art of Fugue. [Laurenskerk organ, Alkmaar, Holland] Archiv 2708
002(2). A- to A(previous owner added piano score to the box) [073013] ...................................... 14.00
2593.*WALCHA: Bach - The Art of the Fugue, BWV 1080. [Organ of St. Laurenskerk in Alkmaar]
Archiv 198 006/7(2). A- to A [064232] .......................................................................................... 13.00
2594.*WEDD: John Beckwith - Upper Canadian Hymn Preludes. Alain Gagnon - Pastourelle.
Talivaldis Kennis - Sinfonia Notturna. Denis Lorraine - Sequence. [Ryerson United
Church, Vancouver] Centrediscs CMC-1784. A- to A [074503] ................................................... 10.00
LP's: Organ - continued
2595.*WEYER: Reger - Phantasies on "Ein' Feste Burg" and "Freu disch sehr, o meine Seele;"
Monologues #5 & #6, from 12 Monologues, Op.63. MHS 3560. A- [057501] ............................... 9.00
2596.*WILLIAMS: Arne - The Six Concerti. Shepherd/Cantilena. [dig; Henry Wood Hall,
Glasgow] Chandos DBRD-2013(2). A- to A [074616] .................................................................. 10.00
2597.*WUNDELICH: (Heinz): Works of Sweelinck, Scheidt, Scheidemann, Lubeck & Weckmann.
[Arp-Schnitger organ; St.Jacobi, Hamburg] [German-only notes] Schwann AMS-86. A- to
A [072916] ...................................................................................................................................... 11.00
2598.*ZAMKOCHIAN: Widor - Allegro Vivace from Symphony #5. Karg-Elert - Pastel. Bach Toccata in F, BWV 540; Prelude & Fugue in a, BWV 543; Chorale-Prelude, BWV 668.
[Allen Digital Computer Organ, Orchestral Hall, Minneapolis] Schmitt Centers S801420S. A- [080534]......................................................................................................................... 12.00
Listings of Conductors begin on the following page 
LP's: Conductors
2599.*ABBADO: Brahms - Hungarian Dances (21). VPO. [dig] DGG 2560 100. A-(c/c) [074563] ............. 7.00
2600.*ABBADO: Mozart - Symphony #40 & #41. LSO. DGG 2531 273. A- to A [069348]......................... 7.00
2601.*ABBADO: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #2; The Tempest. CSO. [dig] CBS IM-39359. A[056096] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2602.*ABBADO: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5; Voyevode. CSO. [dig; I note that one-time London
producer James Mallinson is credited here] CBS IM-42094. A- to A(demo copy) [072520] ........ 10.00
2603.*ALMEIDA: Schmitt - La Tragedie de Salome. CHAUSSON: Viviane. DUPARC: Lenore.
NPO. [Includes uncredited wordless women's chorus (as written) in Schmitt] RCA LSC3151. A- [073729] ............................................................................................................................. 8.00
2604. ANCERL: Shostakovich 10th. CPO. Decca DL-9822. B+ [074470] ..................................................... 9.00
2605.*ANDRE: Delibes - Sylvia & Coppelia Suites. Belgian National Radio Orch. Telefunken
TCS-18006. A- [072450] ................................................................................................................ 10.00
2606. ANDRE: Gretry (arr. Mottl) - Cephale et Procris Suite. Dukas - Sorcerer's Apprentice.
Brussels Radio Orch. [10-inch] Capitol Telefunken L-8135. B+ [078587] ................................. 10.00
2607. ANDRE: Liszt - Les Preludes. Tchaikovsky - Capriccio Italien. Belgian Radio Orch. [10-inch;
German-only notes] Telefunken TW-30006. A-- [071192]............................................................ 10.00
2608. ANDRE: Ravel - Bolero. Brussels Radio Sym. KRAUSS: Falla - 3-Cornered Hat Dances.
VPO. [10-inch] Capitol Telefunken L-8096. B+ [070455] ............................................................ 13.00
2609. ANDRE: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2; La Valse. Brussels Radio Orch. [10-inch]
Capitol Telefunken L-8145. B+ [070456] ...................................................................................... 10.00
2610.*ANDRE: Respighi - Pines & Fountains of Rome. Belgian National Radio Sym. Telefunken
SMA-4. A-(lovely British pressing) [070452] ................................................................................ 13.00
2611.*ANDRE: Respighi - Pines & Fountains of Rome. Belgian National Radio Orch. Telefunken
TCS-18002. A- [072451] .................................................................................................................. 9.00
2612. ANDRE: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. Belgian Radio Orch. Telefunken LGX-66018.
A-(lovely copy) [070449] ............................................................................................................... 13.00
2613. ANSERMET: Rachmaninoff - Isle of the Dead. Dukas - La Peri. PCO. London LL-1155. B++
[027042] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2614.*ANSERMET: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe (complete ballet). OSR; Radio Romande Cho. MHS
7190. A- [081001] ............................................................................................................................. 9.00
2615.*ASHKENAZY: Prokofiev - Symphony #5; Dreams, Op.6. ACO. [dig] London 417 314-1. Ato A(Dutch pressing) [077727] ......................................................................................................... 7.00
2616.*ASHKENAZY: Schoenberg - Verklaerte Nacht. Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. ECO. [dig] London
410 111-1. A- to A(Dutch pressing) [074974] .................................................................................. 8.00
2617.*ASHKENAZY: Sibelius - Symphony #1; Karelia Suite. PO. [dig] London 414 534-1. A- to
A(c/c) [075970] ................................................................................................................................. 8.00
2618. AURIACOMBE: Bach Suites #2 & #4. Toulouse Ch Orch. [French-only notes; nice foldopen album] Vega C 30-S-322. A- [077061] .................................................................................. 10.00
2619. BAKALA: Janacek - Slavonic Mass (first recording). Unidentified soloists; Brno Radio Orch;
Moravian Cho. [Soloists undoubtedly same as Supraphon issue: Domaninska, Jurenova,
Valka & Hromadka] Urania URLP-7072. A--(minor cov repair, but fine copy for this iss)
[074033] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
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2620.*BARBIROLLI: Debussy - La Mer; Nocturnes. Paris Orch. [blue labels] Angel S-36583. A(c/c) [066230] .................................................................................................................................... 8.00
2621.*BARBIROLLI: Delius - Appalachia; Brigg Fair. Halle Orch; Ambrosian Singers (in
Appalachia). [Barbirolli's last recordings] Angel S-36756. A- [066233] ......................................... 7.00
2622.*BARBIROLLI: Elgar - Enigma Variations; Cockaigne Overture. PO. [blue labels] Angel S36120. A- [073859] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
2623.*BARBIROLLI: English Tone Poems: BAX - Tintagel. IRELAND - London Overture.
DELIUS - Song of Summer; Irmelin Prelude; Walk to the Paradise Garden. LSO. Angel S36415. A- [068970] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
2624.*BARBIROLLI: Grieg - Peer Gynt Suites #1 & #2; Symphonic Dances; 2 Elegiac Melodies.
Halle Orch. Van SRV-222SD. A- [074570] .................................................................................... 8.00
2625.*BARBIROLLI: Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings. Arensky - Tchaikovsky Variations. LSO.
[blue labels] Angel S-36269. A- [068971]...................................................................................... 11.00
2626.*BARENBOIM: Mozart - Symphony #41; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. ECO. Angel S-36761. A[073623] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2627.*BARENBOIM: Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole; Russian Easter Overture.
Mussorgsky - Night on Bald Mountain. Borodin - Polovtsian Dances. CSO. [early
Barenboim/Chicago - analog, late 70's] DGG 2536 379. A- to A [076862]................................... 13.00
2628.*BARENBOIM: Tchaikovsky - Capriccio Italien; Marche Slav; 1812 Overture. CSO. [dig;
first-class Capriccio] DGG 2532 022. A- to A [056186] .................................................................. 7.00
2629.*BARSHAI: Beethoven - Symphony #1 - #3; King Stephen & Namensfeier Overtures. Barshai
Symphony Orchestra. [fine performances and sound] Eurodisc 87 365(3). A- to A
[081241] .......................................................................................................................................... 35.00
2630.*BARSHAI: Beethoven - Symphony #4 - #6; Ruins of Athens & Coriolan Overtures. Barshai
Symphony Orchestra. [very nice indeed] Eurodisc 87 366(3). A- to A(very minor box
damage) [081242] ........................................................................................................................... 35.00
2631. BARSHAI: Mozart - Symphony #29. Boccherini - Symphony in E-flat. Moscow Ch Orch.
Artia ALP-185. A--(a few pressing bbls) [074631] .......................................................................... 8.00
2632.*BEECHAM: "Bon-Bons." Faure - Dolly Suite. Delibes - Roi s'Amuse Suite. Berlioz - Corsair
Overture. Pieces from Debussy's Enfant Prodigue, Gounod's Romeo & Juliet, Samson &
Delilah. RPO & ORTF. Sera S-60084. A- [080403]..................................................................... 10.00
2633. BEECHAM: Balakirev - Tamara. Dvorak - Symphonic Variations. RPO. Col ML-4974.
B(mostly A-, but some scrs; s/s) [078831] ....................................................................................... 5.00
2634. BEECHAM: Chabrier - Espana. Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite. Ponchielli - Dance of the
Hours. Suppe - Morning, Noon & Night in Vienna Overture. RPO. [Ponchielli is actually
Col Sym] Col ML-5171. A-("6-eyes" labels) [081655] ................................................................. 15.00
2635. BEECHAM: Delius - Dance Rhapsody #1; Summer Night on the River; Summer Evening;
Intermezzo & Serenade from Hassan; When Twilight Fancies; A Song Before Sunrise; On
Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring. RPO. [only in print 11/53 - 3/56; fine copy of a scarce
issue - this is first copy I've ever seen] RCA LHMV-1050. A- [082312] ...................................... 35.00
2636. BEECHAM: Delius - Piano Concerto (Betty Beecham, piano); A Song of the High Hills
(Luton Choir). RPO. [PD labels] RCA LVT-1045. A-(superb) [082498].................................... 25.00
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2637. BEECHAM: Handel/Beecham - The Great Elopement. Mozart - Divertimento #2. RPO. [in
print 2/53 - 3/56] RCA LHMV-1030. B++(mostly plays a fine A-, but a few flaws)
[082296] .......................................................................................................................................... 25.00
2638.*BEECHAM: Haydn - The Seasons. Morison; Young; Langdon; RPO; Beecham Choral
Soc. Cap SGCR-7184(3). A-(s/s) [081382] .................................................................................... 20.00
2639. BEECHAM: Mehul - La Chasse de Jeune Gretry - Air de Ballet. Delius - In a Summer Garden;
Over the Hills and Far Away. Massenet - Last Sleep of the Virgin. RPO. [The RPO horns
are spectacular in the Mehul! Both that and the Gretry are very scarce in their U.S. issue
(deleted 1959), and I don't believe the Summer Garden was ever released in the U.S. at all.
And none of them was ever in such a fine pressing! Mono-only recordings.] Philips G
03625 L. A- to A [073111] ............................................................................................................. 32.00
2640. BEECHAM: Sibelius - Tapiola. Debussy - Printemps. RPO. [in print 1/53 - 3/56] RCA LM9001. B+(occ tks; earliest labels) [082357] .................................................................................... 20.00
2641.*BEECHAM: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. [RPO] Seraphim S-60041. A- [080933] ............................. 10.00
2642.*BERGLUND: Sibelius - Symphony #5; En Saga. Bournemouth Sym. Angel S-37104. A[074488] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2643.*BERNSTEIN: Beethoven Overtures - Egmont, Consecration of the House, King Stephen,
Fidelio, Leonore #3. NYP. Col M-30079. A- [078274] ................................................................... 9.00
2644.*BERNSTEIN: Beethoven Overtures - King Stephen; Egmont; Prometheus; Leonore #3;
Coriolan; Fidelio. VPO. DGG 2531 347. A- [030842] .................................................................... 8.00
2645.*BERNSTEIN: Bernstein - Candide Overture; Facsimile; Fancy Free Ballet; Two Meditations
from "Mass;" Three Dances from "On the Town;" Symphonic Dances from "West Side
Story." NYP. Col MG-32174(2). A-(demo copy) [078284] ........................................................... 18.00
2646.*BERNSTEIN: Bernstein - Serenade for Violin, String Orchestra, Harp & Percussion
(Kremer); Fancy Free Ballet. Israel Phil. [Bernstein sings in "Big Stuff!"] DGG 2531
196. A- to A [064167] ....................................................................................................................... 7.00
2647. BERNSTEIN: Copland - Billy the Kid Suite. Gershwin - American in Paris. RCA Sym.
Camden CAL-439. A-(very fine pressing) [075350] ...................................................................... 11.00
2648.*BERNSTEIN: Copland - Organ Symphony (Biggs). Bernstein - Serenade for Violin, Strings,
Harp & Percussion (Stern). NYP. Col MS-7058. A- [074784] ..................................................... 10.00
2649.*BERNSTEIN: Haydn - Symphony # 82 & #83. NYP. Col MS-6609. A-(early "2-eyes" labels)
[064150] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2650.*BERNSTEIN: Haydn - Symphony # 88 & #102. NYP. Col MS-7259. A-(early "2-eyes"
labels) [080936] .............................................................................................................................. 12.00
2651.*BERNSTEIN: Poulenc - Gloria (Blegen; NYP; Westminster Cho). Stravinsky - Symphony
of Psalms (LSO; English Bach Festival Cho). Col M-34551. A- [066455]................................. 10.00
2652.*BERNSTEIN: Prokofiev - Symphony #5. Israel Philharmonic. [dig] CBS 35877. A[060018] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2653.*BERNSTEIN: Ravel - Concerto in G (Col Sym). Shostakovich Concerto #2 (NYP).
Bernstein also plays piano in both. Col MS-6043. A-("2-eyes" labels) [065558] ........................... 9.00
2654.*BERNSTEIN: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe (complete). NYP; Schola Cantorum. Col MS-6260.
A-(early "2-eyes" labels) [080929] ................................................................................................. 12.00
2655.*BERNSTEIN: Saint-Saens - Symphony #3. Raver, organ; NYP. CBS MY-37255. A- to A
[060283] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2656.*BERNSTEIN: Shostakovich 5th. NYP. [dig] CBS DGTM-6000. A- [074472] .................................... 8.00
2657.*BERNSTEIN: Sibelius - Symphony #5; Pohjola's Daughter. NYP. Col MS-6749. A-(early "2eyes"labels) [072552] ........................................................................................................................ 9.00
2658.*BERNSTEIN: Strauss - Don Juan; Till Eulenspiegel; Salome's Dance. NYP. Col MS-6822. A(early "2-eyes" labels) [080930] ..................................................................................................... 12.00
2659.*BERNSTEIN: Stravinsky - Firebird Suite. Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. NYP. Col MS6014. A- [077147] ........................................................................................................................... 10.00
2660.*BERNSTEIN: Tchaikovsky - Francesca da Rimini; Capriccio Italien; Marche Slave; Romeo &
Juliet; 1812 Overture. NYP. Col MG-33270(2). A-(minor album scuffs) [080787]...................... 12.00
2661. BLECH: (Harry): Schubert - Symphonies #4 & #5. London Mozart Players. RCA LBC-1091.
B to B+(much is A-, but a few blemishes) [069064] ...................................................................... 14.00
2662.*BOHM: Haydn - Symphony #91 & #92. VPO. DGG 2530 524. A- to A [078376] .............................. 8.00
2663.*BOHM: Mozart - Symphony #36 & #39. BPO. DGG 139 160. A- [053286] ....................................... 7.00
2664. BOHM: Reger - Mozart Variations. Mozart - Serenata Notturna. BPO. Decca DL-9979. A[082078] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2665. BOHM: Strauss - Alpine Symphony. Dresden Staatskapelle. Decca DL-9970. A-(very quiet
pressing for this issue) [074446] ....................................................................................................... 9.00
2666.*BOHM: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. LSO. [surprisingly ideosyncratic performance for
Bohm] DGG 2531 078. A- [081721] .............................................................................................. 10.00
2667.*BOHM: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. LSO. DGG 2531 212. FS [081694] ....................................... 12.00
2668. BOHM: Bohm in Dresden, Volume 4: OPERATIC EXCERPTS: WAGNER: Meistersinger
(Complete Act 3 with Nissen; Ralf; Teschemacher). ARIAS, DUETS & CHORUSES from
Rosenkavalier, Daphne, Freischutz, Tannhauser, Lohengrin, Meistersinger, Otello, Faust,
Fanciulla & Cav (vocalists include Rethy; Hongen; Teschemacher; Ralf; Herrmann;
Goltz). OVERTURES, INTERMEZZI & OTHER ORCHESTRAL EXCERPTS from
Rosenkavalier, Salome, Seraglio, Figaro, Oberon, Bartered Bride, Freischutz, Hansel &
Gretel, Dutchman, Tannhauser, Lohengrin, Meistersinger, Aida, Cav, Pag, Fledermaus,
1001 Nights & Donna Diana. Dresden Staatskapelle & Staatsoper Cho. [Recorded
1938-40] Electrola 1C137-53 514/19(6). A- to A [081705] ........................................................... 24.00
2669.*BOSKOVSKY: Lanner - Waltzes & Galops (8). Johann Strauss Orch of Vienna. [quad]
Angel S-37248. A- [074491]............................................................................................................. 8.00
2670.*BOSKOVSKY: Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #2, #3 & #5; Mephisto Waltz #1. LPO. [quad]
Electrola 1C063-02 985. A- to A [072576] .................................................................................... 10.00
2671.*BOSKOVSKY: Mozart - A Musical Joke; Serenade #1, K.100. Vienna Mozart Ens. London
STS-15301. A- [074673]................................................................................................................... 8.00
2672.*BOSKOVSKY: Mozart - Divertimenti #1 & #2. Vienna Mozart Ens. London STS-15170. A(minor cover scuffs) [074672] .......................................................................................................... 8.00
2673.*BOSKOVSKY: Strauses - Feuerfest & Jokey Polkas; 1001 Nights, Kaiser, LoreleyRheinklange & Citron Waltzes; Napoleon March. Ziehrer - Facherpolonaise. VPO.
London STS-15363. A- [074687] ..................................................................................................... 8.00
2674. BOSKOVSKY: Cream Puffs aus Wien. Ten old Viennese dance selections by Beethoven,
Lanner, Payer, Gruber, Stelzmuller, Strausses. Boskovsky Ens. Vanguard VRS-1097. A[072726] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2675.*BOULEZ: Debussy - Images (complete); Dances Sacree et Profane (Chalifoux, harp). CO.
Col MS-7362. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) [082347] ......................................................................... 12.00
2676.*BOULEZ: Debussy - La Mer; Jeux; Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun. NPO. CBS 32 11
0056. A- [059943] ............................................................................................................................. 8.00
2677.*BOULEZ: Handel - Water Music (complete). NYP. Col M-33436. A-(demo copy; c/c)
[040813] ............................................................................................................................................ 5.00
2678.*BOULEZ: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. NYP. Col M-31076. FS [047398] ................................................ 8.00
2679.*BOULEZ: Wagner - Prelude & Liebestod from Tristan; Meistersinger, Faust & Tannhauser
Overtures. NYP. [quad] Col MQ-32296. A- [058614] ..................................................................... 8.00
2680. BOULT: Arnold: English Dances. LPO. [10-inch] London LD-9178. A- [072233].............................. 9.00
2681. BOULT: Elgar - Falstaff; Cockaigne Overture. Philharmonic Promenade Orch. West XWN18526. A- [074541] ......................................................................................................................... 10.00
2682. BOULT: Holst - Perfect Fool Suite. Butterworth - A Shropshire Lad. LPO. [10-inch] Decca
LW-5175. A- [072265] ................................................................................................................... 13.00
2683. BOULT: Respighi - Feste Romane; Rossiniana. Philharmonic Promenade Orch. West
XWN-18240. A--(minor tape repair to jacket) [074542] .................................................................. 8.00
2684. BOULT: Sibelius - Nightride & Sunrise; Prelude to The Tempest; Oceanides; Tapiola;
Finlandia. PPOL. Vanguard VRS-490. A- [074477] ....................................................................... 9.00
2685. BOULT: Vaughan Williams - Old King Cole (ballet); The Wasps (incidental music).
Philharmonic Promenade Orch. West WL-5228. B++ [077911] ................................................. 9.00
2686.*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- [073835] ...................................................................................................................... 12.00
2687.*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- [072417] ............. 8.00
2688. BUSCH: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Lindberg-Torlind; Jena; Sjoberg; Byrding; Danish Radio
Orch & Cho. [Live; 1950; German-only notes] Heliodor 2548 734. A- to A [081485] ............... 12.00
2689. BUSCH: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4. Beethoven - Leonore Overture #2. Brahms - Tragic
Overture. Danish Radio Orch. [recorded 1950/51; notes in German only] Heliodor 2548
737. A- [081491] ............................................................................................................................. 12.00
2690. BUSCH: Mozart - Excerpts from Haffner Serenade. SWOBODA: Mozart - Piano Concerto,
K.413 (Balsam, pf). Concert Hall Sym. [10-inch] Concert Hall CHC-50. B(blank jacket)
[071804] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2691. BUSCH: Mozart - Symphony #36. Haydn - Symphony #88. Danish Radio Sym. [only in print
8/52 - 3/56] RCA LHMV-1019. B+ [082275] ................................................................................ 25.00
2692. CASALS: Beethoven - Symphonies #1 & 4; Coriolan & Ruins of Athens Overtures. Brahms Haydn Variations. LSO (in Coriolan & Brahms; recorded 1928); Orquesta Casals de
Barcelona (in rest; recorded 1929) German Electrola 1C187-03 039/40(2). A- to A
[082051] .......................................................................................................................................... 35.00
2693. CELIBIDACHE: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #2. BPO. [Live, 1950] I Grandi Con GCL-47. Ato A [058867] .................................................................................................................................... 9.00
2694.*CHAILLY: Prokofiev - Alexander Nevsky. Arkhipova; CO & Cho. [dig; DMM; German
pressing] Decca 6.42945. A- to A [073924] ..................................................................................... 8.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2695.*CHAILLY: Stravinsky - Danses Concertante; Dumbarton Oaks Concerto; Tango; Ragtime.
London Sinfonietta. Dischi Ricordi RCL-27037. A- to A [074034] .............................................. 8.00
2696. CHALABALA: Khachaturian - Gayne Ballet Suites #1 & #2. CPO. [very colorful!] Parliament
PLP-102. A- [075386]..................................................................................................................... 11.00
2697.+CHALABALA: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. CPO Parliament PLPS-103. A-/B+(occ
tks, esp 4th movement) [074522] ...................................................................................................... 9.00
2698. COATES: Stravinsky - Song of the Nightingale (excerpts). Mozart - Symphony #41. Respighi
- Fountains of Rome. LSO. [recorded 1927-30; notes by Tom Clear, 1981] Albert Coates
Heritage E-302. A- [082222] .......................................................................................................... 32.00
2700.*COURAUD: Schubert - Symphonies #2 & #6. Bamberg Symphony. Vox STPL-510 240. A[058852] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2701.*DANON: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. CPO. Supraphon 1 10 1009. A- [058901]..................... 8.00
2702.*DAVIS: (Andrew): Dvorak - Slavonic Dances, Op.46. PO. [dig] CBS IM-39010. A- to A
[073796] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2703.*DAVIS: Brahms - Haydn Variations. Beethoven - Fidelio Overture. Mendelssohn - Hebrides
Overture. Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. Sinfonia of London. EMI CFP-140. A- [078525] .................. 9.00
2704.*DAVIS: Dvorak - Symphony #9. ACO. Philips 9500 511. A- to A [073459]....................................... 8.00
2705.*DAVIS: Elgar - Enigma Variations; Cockaigne Overture. LSO. Philips 6570 188. A- to A
[077620] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2706.*DAVIS: Mendelssohn - Symphony #3; Midsummer Night's Dream Overture. BVRS. [dig;
DMM] Orfeo S-089 841 A. A- to A [067751] .................................................................................. 7.00
2707.*DAVIS (COLIN): Haydn - Symphony # 86 & #98. [ACO] Philips 9500 678. A- to A
[074385] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2708.*DAVIS (COLIN): Haydn - Symphony #100 & #104. [ACO] Philips 9500 510. A- to A(demo
copy) [073414] .................................................................................................................................. 8.00
2709.*DE WAART: Wagner - Overtures to Die Feen & Flying Dutchman; Tannhauser Overture &
Venusberg Music. ACO. Philips 9500 746. A- to A(demo) [073797] ............................................. 8.00
2710.*DOHNANYI: Beethoven - Symphony #8. Schubert - Symphony #8. CO. [dig; DMM] Telarc
DG-10091. A- to A [075353] ............................................................................................................ 9.00
2711.*DOHNANYI: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4; Overtures: Calm Sea & Prosperous Voyage &
Hebrides. VPO. [very early digital - recorded December 1978] London LDR-10003. A[074543] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2712. DORATI: Copland - Four Dance Episodes from Rodeo. Dallas Sym. [10-inch] [interesting
precursor to Dorati's stunning Mercury with Mpls] RCA LM-32. A--(just a few tks; terrific
copy!) [084760]............................................................................................................................... 20.00
2713. DORATI: Kodaly - Hary Janos Suite. Bartok - Divertimento for Strings. Mpls. RCA LM1750. B+/B [070957] ...................................................................................................................... 11.00
2714.*DORATI: Stravinsky - Firebird (complete ballet). Detroit Sym. [dig] London 410 109-1. Ato A(Dutch pressing) [074483] ......................................................................................................... 8.00
2715.*DORATI: Stravinsky - Le Sacre du Printemps. Detroit Sym. [dig] London LDR-71048. A(demo copy; slight cover scuffs) [059551] ..................................................................................... 12.00
2716.*DORATI: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. Detroit Sym. [dig] London LDR-71023. A-(Dutch
pressing) [074964] ............................................................................................................................ 9.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2717.*DUTOIT: Honegger - Symphony #2 & #4. BVRS. [dig] Erato NUM-75259. A-(c/c) [074976] .......... 9.00
2718.*FIEDLER: "Great Songs of Christmas & Great Songs for All Seasons." BPS. [Polydor
material licensed as promo disc for financial institutions] Fleetwood Microsonic FMS1016. FS [054504]........................................................................................................................... 14.00
2719.*FIEDLER: Bernstein - Music from Mass; Candice Overture. BPS. DGG 2584 002. A- to
A(c/c) [074993] ............................................................................................................................... 11.00
2720. FIEDLER: Brahms - Hungarian Dances #1 - #6. BPS. [10-inch] RCA LM-67. B++ [084779]........... 10.00
2721. FIEDLER: Strauss Waltzes - Blue Danube; Treasure; Tales from the Vienna Woods. BPS. [10inch] RCA LM-68. B [084784]......................................................................................................... 7.00
2722. FIEDLER: A Boston Pops Program - Capriccio Espagnole; Marche Slave; Fingal's Cave
Overture. BPS. [10-inch] RCA LM-164. B [084830] .................................................................... 10.00
2723. FISTOULARI: Minkus - Don Quichotte (Pas de Deux). Weber - Invitation to the Waltz. New
Sym. [10-inch] London LD-9108. B [078595] ................................................................................. 6.00
2724.*FISTOULARI: Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker (exc). PCO. Decca ACL-40. A- [073100] ....................... 11.00
2725.*FOSS: Sibelius - Four Legends from The Kalevala. Buffalo Philharmonic. Nonesuch H71203. A- [075335] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
2726. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #4; Grosse Guge. BPO. [German-only notes]
Heliodor 88 023. A- to A [081482]................................................................................................. 16.00
2727. FURTWANGLER: Handel - Concerti Grossi Op.6, #5 & #10. Bach - Suite #3. BPO. [recorded
1954, 1950 & 1948; Japanese-only notes] Japanese DGG MG-6010. A- to A(typically
silky Japanese pressing) [081463] .................................................................................................. 32.00
2728.+FURTWANGLER: Meistersinger Prelude; Moldau; Les Preludes; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.
VPO. [German-only notes] Electrola SHZE-105. A- to B+ [074414] ............................................. 8.00
2729. FURTWANGLER: Mozart - Serenade #10, K.361. VPO. [recorded 1947] Electrola 1C047-01
244. A- [081371] ............................................................................................................................. 16.00
2730. FURTWANGLER: Overtures - Alceste; Anacreon; Iphigenie in Aulis; Fidelio; Freischutz;
Euryanthe; Oberon; Hebrides; Merry Wives. Schubert - Rosamunde Excerpts. Berlioz Rakoczy March. Brahms - Hungarian Dances #1-#3. Mozart - Serenade, K.525. Smetana The Moldau. Liszt - Les Preludes. J.Strauss - Pizzicato Polka. Tchaikovsky - Waltz from
Serenade for Strings. VPO. Electrola 1C149-03 584/86(3). A-(minor box scuffs) [081324] ........ 45.00
2731. FURTWANGLER: Overtures - Leonora #3; Freischutz; Euryanthe; Oberon; Alceste. VPO.
EMI XLP-30090. A- [081375]........................................................................................................ 18.00
2732. FURTWANGLER: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2. Wagner - Tristan Prelude & Liebestod.
BPO. [Live, 1942 & 1944; Russian-only notes] Melodiya M10-45949 008. A- [081415]............ 18.00
2733. FURTWANGLER: Schubert - Symphony #8. Nicolai - Merry Wives of Windsor Overture.
Weber - Oberon Overture. Schubert - Rosamunde Ballet Music #2 & Entr'acte #3. VPO.
[only in print from 8/52 - late 1956; one of the scarcest of the LHMV's in my experience]
RCA LHMV-1020. A-(unusually fine copy) [082276] .................................................................. 45.00
2734. FURTWANGLER: Strauss - Death & Tranfiguration. Smetana - The Moldau. Schumann Manfred Overture. VPO. [only in print 12/52 - 8/56] RCA LHMV-1023. A--(tiny scr beg
Manfred: increase anti-skate) [082289] .......................................................................................... 20.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2735. FURTWANGLER: Strauss - Don Juan; Till Eulenspiegel. VPO. EMI ALP-1208. B+(Don Juan
has little added nse fr small blems) [077131] ................................................................................. 21.00
2736. FURTWANGLER: Strauss - Metamorphosen (live, 1947); Don Juan (1947); Till Eulenspiegel
(1931). BPO. [German notes] Heliodor 2548 719. A- to A [081481] ............................................ 16.00
2737.+FURTWANGLER: Strauss - Till Eulenspiegel. Brahms - Haydn Variations. Mozart Symphony #40, finale. Schubert - Symphony #8 (rehearsal segment). BPO. [The complete
performances are stated to have come from live concerts, but there is no applause: perhaps
from studio broadcasts; the rehearsal excerpt lasts about three minutes, includes a few
spoken comments] Everest 3252. A- [077056] ............................................................................... 21.00
2738. FURTWANGLER: Wagner - Brunnhilde's Immolation Scene (Flagstad; PO); Siegfried's
Rhine Journey & Funeral Music (VPO). EMI ALP-1016. A- [081417] ........................................ 35.00
2739. FURTWANGLER: Wagner - Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music; Siegfried Idyll;
Dance of the Apprentices; Ride of the Valkyries. VPO. [only in print from 11/53 - 2/57]
RCA LHMV-1049. A-(very nice copy!) [082311] ......................................................................... 45.00
2740. FURTWANGLER: Wagner - Tristan Prelude & Liebestod (1930); Siegfried's Funeral Music
(1933), Lohengrin Act I Prelude (1930). Mendelssohn Overtures - Hebrides (1930) &
Midsummer Night's Dream (1926). BPO. [notes in German only] Heliodor 88 012. A- to A
[081484] .......................................................................................................................................... 20.00
2741. GAMBA: "Showpieces for Orchestra." Stanley Black (!) - Overture to a Costume Comedy.
Martucci - Notturno. Mascagni - Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana. Ponchielli - Dance
of the Hours. LSO. [10-inch; no US issue?] Decca LW-5325. B(mostly A-, but some
clicks) [078597] .............................................................................................................................. 10.00
2742.*GERDES: Brahms - Symphony #4. Wagner - Meistersinger Prelude. BPO. DGG 139 423. Ato A [069533] .................................................................................................................................... 8.00
2743.*GIBSON: Sibelius - Symphony #1 & #7. Scottish National Orch. [dig] Chandos ABRD1086. A- to A [077768] ..................................................................................................................... 7.00
2744.*GIULINI: Britten - Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings (Clevenger; CSO); Les Illuminations
(PO). (Tear, tenor in both. DGG 2531 199. A- to A [073788] ........................................................ 9.00
2745.*GIULINI: Stravinsky - Firebird & Petrouchka Suites. CSO. [fold-open album] Angel SFO36039. A- [068159] ........................................................................................................................... 8.00
2746. GOBERMAN: Corelli - Twelve Concerti Grossi, Op. 6 (complete). Vienna Sinfonietta.
Odyssey 32 36 0002(3). A- [074587] ............................................................................................. 14.00
2747. GOEHR: Beethoven Symphony #6. Netherlands Philharmonic. [10-inch] Musical
Masterpiece Society MMS 120. A- [078573] ................................................................................... 7.00
2748. GOEHR: Franck Symphony. Netherlands Philharmonic. [10-inch] Musical Masterpiece
Society MMS 58. B++ [078574]....................................................................................................... 7.00
2749. GOEHR: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. Netherlands Philharmonic. [10-inch] Musical
Masterpiece Society MMS 126. A- [078575] ................................................................................... 7.00
2750.*GOLSCHMANN: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4; Midsummer Night's Dream Music. VSOO.
Van SRV-122SD. A- [074444] ......................................................................................................... 8.00
2751. GOLSCHMANN: Tchaikovsky - Francesca da Rimini; Romeo & Juliet. St. Louis Sym.
Capitol P-8225. B(Romeo)/B+(Francesca) [074499] ....................................................................... 8.00
2752.*GOULD: Albeniz - Excerpts from Iberia. Falla - Dances from Vida Breve & 3-Cornered Hat;
El Amor Brujo Excerpts. Turina - Orgia. Granados - Goyescas Intermezzo. LSO. [Very
early digital: rec 1978] Chalfont SDG-302. A- [058859] ............................................................... 11.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2753. GUARNIERI: (Antonio): Orchestral music from operas: La Vestale, Traviata, Vespri, Otello,
Tristan, Loreley, La Wally & Pagliacci. Martucci - Novelletta. (misc orchestras mostly in
Milan) Bongiovanni GB-1039. A- [073339] .................................................................................. 10.00
2754. GUI: Mozart - Symphony #38. Haydn - Symphony #60. Glyndebourne Festival Orch.
[recorded in March & September of 1953; issued late 1954; deleted March 1956] RCA
LHMV-1064. B+ [082324] ............................................................................................................. 24.00
2755.*HAITINK: Brahms - Serenade #1. ACO. Philips 9500 322. A- to A [078285] .................................... 7.00
2756.*HAITINK: Debussy - Marche Ecossaise; Rhapsody for Clarinet & Orchestra (Pieterson); La
Mer; Faun. ACO. Philips 9500 359. A- to A(demo) [073754] ........................................................ 9.00
2757.*HAITINK: Mendelssohn - Midsummer Night's Dream Music (complete). Watts; Woodland;
ACO; Women's Cho. Philips 6570 021. A- to A [073912] ............................................................ 7.00
2758.*HAITINK: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. LPO Philips 6500 458. A- to A(demo) [081586]........................ 8.00
2759.*HAITINK: Walton - Symphony #1. PO. [dig] EMI ASD-4091. A- [075976] ...................................... 8.00
2760.*HENDERSON: (Skitch): Debut Concert at Carnegie Hall of New York Pops Orchestra.
Varied program of Irving Berlin, Grofe, Victor Herbert, Glenn Miller, etc. [dig; live, April
8, 1983] Sefel SEFD-5026. A- to A [072939] .................................................................................. 8.00
2761. HEWARD: "The Art of Leslie Heward." MOERAN - Symphony in g. IRELAND - Piano
Concerto (Eileen Joyce). GERMAN - Nell Gwyn Dances. ELGAR - Salut d'Amor.
SHOSTAKOVICH - Piano Concerto #1 (Joyce). SIBELIUS - Rakastava Suite; Elegie
from King Christian II Suite. DVORAK - Notturno. LALO - Aubade #1. BORODIN Prince Igor Overture. Halle Orchestra (in all but Lalo [with LPO] and Sibelius [with
(Leslie Heward String Orch]). [Recorded 1938-42; first issue of the Lalo] [DMM] EMI
EM-29 0462 3(2). A- to A [081462] ............................................................................................... 30.00
2762.*IVANOV: Rimsky-Korsakov - Symphony #2 ("Antar"); Capriccio Espagnol. Moscow Radio
Orch. Mel-Angel SR-40230. A- [074490] ....................................................................................... 9.00
2763.*IVANOV: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. USSR State Orch. [Russian-only notes] Melodiya 33C0367-68. FS [047410] ..................................................................................................................... 10.00
2764. IVANOV: Tchaikovsky - Francesca da Rimini (USSR Sym). GAUK: Glinka - Jota Aragonesa;
Summer Night in Madrid; Symphony on Two Russian Themes (USSR Sym & USSR
Radio Sym). West XWN-18457. B+ [074340] .............................................................................. 11.00
2765.*JALAS: Sibelius - In Memoriam; Four Legends of the Kalevala. Jalas/Hungarian State
Orch. London CS-6955. A- [072496] ............................................................................................ 10.00
2766.*JARVI: Shostakovich - Symphony #7. Scottish National Orch. [dig] Chandos ABRD-1312.
A- to A [077635] ............................................................................................................................... 7.00
2767.*JOCHUM: Bruckner - Symphony #1 through #9 ("#0" not included). BPO & BVRS. [Nice
booklet includes essay by Jochum on the interpretation of Bruckner; BPO in #1, #4, #7-#9;
BVRS in the rest; in sturdy oversized box; generous allocation of disc space - for example,
two and a half sides each for #3 & #4] [tulip labels] DGG SKL-929/39(11). A- to A
[081380] .......................................................................................................................................... 65.00
2768. JOCHUM: Bruckner - Symphony #9 (BVRS). LEHMANN: Beethoven - Choral Fantasy
(Foldes; BPO). Decca DXA-139(2). A- [082333] ......................................................................... 18.00
2769.*KAMU: Sibelius - Symphony #1; The Bard. Helsinki Radio Sym. DGG 2530 455. A- to A
[077438] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2770.*KAMU: Sibelius - Symphony #3; En Saga. Helsinki Radio Sym. DGG 2530 426. A- to A
[077437] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2771.*KARAJAN: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #1-#3. BPO. DG 139005. A- to A [068194] ..................... 7.00
2772. KARAJAN: Beethoven Fidelio & Leonora #3 Overtures (VPO). Wagner - Tristan Prelude
(Bayreuth Fest Orch). [Italian notes] I Maestri del Secolo 10. FS [054585] ................................. 8.00
2773.*KARAJAN: Beethoven - Overtures (complete). BPO. DGG 2707 046(2). A- to A(slight
album scuffs) [078176] ................................................................................................................... 14.00
2774.*KARAJAN: Brahms - Symphony #4. BPO. DGG 138 927. A- [037795] ............................................. 7.00
2775.*KARAJAN: Dvorak - Symphony #8. BPO. Angel S-37686. A- [068771]............................................ 7.00
2776.*KARAJAN: Franck Symphony. Orchestre de Paris. Angel S-36729. A- [078237] ............................ 7.00
2777.*KARAJAN: Handel - Three Concerti Grossi. BPO. DGG 139 035. A-(c/c) [037798] ......................... 6.00
2778.*KARAJAN: Holst - The Planets. BPO. [dig] DGG 2532 019. A- to A [078186] ................................. 7.00
2779.*KARAJAN: Honegger - Symphony #2 & #3. BPO. DGG 2543 805. A- to A [075210] ...................... 9.00
2780.*KARAJAN: Mendelssohn 3rd; Hebrides. BPO. DG 2530126. A- to A [078177]................................. 7.00
2781.*KARAJAN: Ravel - La Valse; Alborada del Gracioso; Rapsodie Espagnole; Tombeau de
Couperin. Paris Orch. Angel S-36839. A- [059879] ....................................................................... 7.00
2782.*KARAJAN: Rossini Overtures: Barber of Seville, Gazza Ladra, Semiramide, Silken Ladder,
William Tell & Italiana in Algeri. BPO. DGG 2530 144. A- to A [078182] ................................... 7.00
2783.*KARAJAN: Schoenberg - Pelleas & Melisande. BPO. DGG 2530 485. A- to A(c/c) [059526] .......... 8.00
2784.*KARAJAN: Sibelius 5th; Finlandia. PO. [blue labels] Angel S-35922. A- [073853] ........................... 9.00
2785.*KARAJAN: Smetana - Vysehrad & The Moldau. Liszt - Les Preludes; Hungarian Rhapsody
#2. BPO. DGG 139 037. A- to A(c/c) [059789]............................................................................... 7.00
2786.*KARAJAN: Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra. BPO. DG 2530 402. A- to A [078184] ...................... 7.00
2787.*KARAJAN: Strauss - Don Juan; Till Eulenspeigel; Salome's Dance. BPO. DGG 2530 349. Ato A [078185] .................................................................................................................................... 7.00
2788.*KARAJAN: Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture (with Don Cossack Choir); Marche Slave; Romeo
& Juliet. BPO. DGG 139 029. A- to A [078179] ............................................................................. 7.00
2789.*KARAJAN: Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings; Nutcracker Suite. BPO. DGG 139 030. A- to
A [078178] ........................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2790.*KARAJAN: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. [BPO] Angel S-35885. A--(earliest U.S. red labels)
[078328] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
2791.*KARAJAN: Trumpet Concerti by Hummel, L. Mozart, Telemann, Vivaldi. Maurice Andre;
BPO. Angel S-37063. FS [057368] .................................................................................................. 8.00
2792.*KARAJAN: Wagner - Meistersinger & Dutchman Overtures; Parsifal Preludes (Acts I & III);
Lohengrin Prelude (Act III). BPO. Angel S-37098. A- [065823] .................................................... 7.00
2793.*KARAJAN: Wagner - Tristan: Prelude & Liebestod; Tannhauser: Overture & Venusberg
Music; Lohengrin: Prelude to Act 1. Angel S-37097. A- [077732].................................................. 9.00
2794.*KATS: (Arnold): Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. Novosibirsk Philharmonic. Melodiya
C10-19191 007. B++ [058893] ......................................................................................................... 6.00
2795.*KEILBERTH: Brahms - Symphony #2. BPO. Telefunken 6.42323. A- [076870] .............................. 10.00
2796.*KEMPE: Strauss - Dance Suite After Couperin; Don Quixote (Tortelier; Rostal); Ein
Heldenleben; Death & Transfiguration; Rosenkavalier Waltzes. Staatskapelle Dresden.
[Complete Strauss orchestral works, Vol 2] Electrola 1C195-50 344/46(3). A- to A
[074561] .......................................................................................................................................... 18.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2797.*KEMPE: Strauss - Josephslegende; Sinfonia Domestica; Aus Italien; Till Eulenspiegel;
Salome's Dance. Staatskapelle Dresden. [Complete Strauss orchestral works, Vol 3]
Electrola 1C195-52 100/02(3). A- to A [077132]........................................................................... 18.00
2798.*KEMPE: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. [BPO] Capitol SG-7219. A- [073841].................................... 9.00
2799.*KITAENKO: Strauss - Don Juan. Weber - Oberon Overture. Wagner - Tristan Prelude &
Liebestod. Moscow Phil. [Russian notes] Melodiya C10-15057-8. A- [072582] .......................... 11.00
2800.*KLEMPERER: Bach - Orchestral Suites (complete). NPO. Electrola 1C187-02 102/3(2). A[066245] .......................................................................................................................................... 14.00
2801.*KLEMPERER: Beethoven Symphony #1 & #8. PO. Angel S-35657. A- [068882] ............................. 8.00
2802.*KLEMPERER: Beethoven Symphony #3. PO. Angel S-35853. A-(red label) [029428] .................... 10.00
2803.*KLEMPERER: Beethoven Symphony #5; King Stephen Overture. PO. Angel S-35843. A[068847] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2804.*KLEMPERER: Beethoven Overtures - King Stephen, Leonores #1-#3; Creatures of
Prometheus: Overture, Adagio & Finale. PO & NPO. [drm; DMM] Angel AE-34441. A[075009] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2805.*KLEMPERER: Brahms - Symphony #1. PO. Angel S-35481. A- [068894] ......................................... 9.00
2806. KLEMPERER: Brahms - Symphony #1; Academic Festival Overture. BSOO. [rec 1927/8]
Electrola 1C053-28 939. A- [081661] ............................................................................................ 15.00
2807.*KLEMPERER: Bruckner - Symphony #6. NPO. Angel S-36271. A- [068867] ................................... 8.00
2808.*KLEMPERER: Dvorak - Symphony #9. PO. [blue label] Angel S-36246. A- [068839] .................... 10.00
2809.*KLEMPERER: Franck Symphony. NPO. Angel S-36416. A- [068873]............................................... 8.00
2810.*KLEMPERER: Mozart - Masonic Funeral Music; Adagio & Fugue; Overtures: Cosi, Seraglio,
Magic Flute, Figaro, Clemenza. PO & NPO. Angel S-36289. A- [068866].................................... 8.00
2811.*KLETZKI: Beethoven 1st & 2nd. CPO. MHS OR-B-165. A- [074489] ............................................... 8.00
2812.*KLETZKI: Mahler - Symphony #1. VPO. [with infamous cut in finale!!] [blue labels] Angel
S-35913. A- [075389] ..................................................................................................................... 16.00
2813. KLETZKI: Mendelssohn - Midsummer Night's Dream Music (complete). Cole; McLoughlin;
PO; Cho. Angel 35146. A-(BP; thrift edition w/o notes) [077668] ................................................. 6.00
2814.*KLETZKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. ORTF. [fold-open album] Festival Classique FC465. A- [078334] ............................................................................................................................. 11.00
2815.*KONDRASHIN: Ravel - Rapsodie Espagnole; La Valse. Debussy - Iberia. Moscow
Philharmonic. Le Chant du Monde LDX-78417. A- [071743] ..................................................... 13.00
2816. KONWITSCHNY: Wagner Overtures - Das Liebesverbot; Die Feen; Rienzi; Dutchman.
Munich State Opera Orch. Urania URLP-7069. A-- [074473] ................................................... 13.00
2817. KOUSSEVITZKY: Prokofiev - Peter and the Wolf. Eleanor Roosevelt, narrator; BSO. [10inch] [Celebrated collectors' item, both for Roosevelt and for one of Koussevitzky's final
discs; recorded August 19, 1950 at Tanglewood] RCA LM-45. B+(a few marks tick
briefly, but a fine copy) [084758] ................................................................................................... 75.00
2819. KOUSSEVITZKY: Scriabin - Poem of Ecstasy (1946). Prokofiev - Scythian Suite (1948).
Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2 (1948). Rachmaninoff - Isle of the Dead (1945). [no
notes; presumably BSO!; I have shown dates as given on disc, but cannot vouch for them
independently; honestly, these have rather dull sound: the first two clearly must be from
concerts since K did not make commercial recordings of these; the other two could be poor
transfers of the discs or, indeed, concert performances] Private SID-711. A- [064400] ................ 19.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2820.*KRIPS: Mozart - Symphony #21 & #36. ACO. Philips 6500 525. A- to A [078282] ........................... 9.00
2821.*KRIPS: Strauss (J) - Blue Danube & Emperor Waltzes; Waldmeister & Fledermaus Overtures;
I-Tipferl Polka; Gypsy Baron March. Vienna Festival Orch. [German-only notes]
German Concert Hall SMS-2271. A- [078330] .............................................................................. 11.00
2822.*KUBELIK: Mahler - Symphony #5; Songs of Wayfarer (Fischer-Dieskau). BVRS. DGG
2726 064(2). A- to A [072648] ....................................................................................................... 14.00
2823. KUBELIK: Martinu - Les Fresques de Piero della Francesca. Janacek - Taras Bulba. RPO.
Capitol G-7159. B+ [067145] ........................................................................................................... 7.00
2824.*KUBELIK: Nielsen - Symphony #5. Danish Radio Orch. [Live, 1983; dig; DMM] Angel
DS-38310. A- to A(c/c) [073507] ................................................................................................... 12.00
2825. KURTZ: Khachaturian - Gayne Suites #1 & 2. NYP. Col ML-4030. B+ [074572] ............................... 9.00
2826. KURTZ: Russian Music - Prokofiev March; Shostakovich Waltz & Age of Gold Polka; Flight
of Bumblebee; Glinka Mazurka; Eugen Onegin Entr'acte & Waltz (all with NYP).
Offenbach - Gaite Parisienne Ballet (Col Sym). Col ML-4233. B+(occ lgt tks) [074575]............ 13.00
2827.*KURTZ: Shostakovich - Symphony #1. Prokofiev - Symphony #1. PO. EMI CFP-40004. A[073099] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2828. KURTZ: Villa-Lobos - Uirapuru (symphonic poem). Chopin/Gretchaninov - Les Sylphides.
NYP. Col ML-4255. B+ [074576] .................................................................................................... 9.00
2829. LAMBERT: Liszt/Lambert - Two Excerpts ballet "Apparitions" (PO). KRIPS: J.Strauss Pizzicato Polka (PO). KURTZ: Excerpts from Sylvia & Coppelia (LPO).
COLLINGWOOD: Dance of the Tumblers (Sadler's Wells Orch). GOEHR: Excerpts
from Les Sylphides (LPO). Entre RL-3056. B(mostly A-, but a few scrs) [072917] .................... 11.00
2830.*LANCHBERY: Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake (complete). PO. [dig; German pressing] EMI SLS5271(3). A- to A [074924] .............................................................................................................. 16.00
2831.*LANE: Schubert - Symphony #1. Mendelssohn - Symphony #1. CO. Col MS-7391. A-(early
"2-eyes" labels) [082413] ................................................................................................................ 12.00
2832.*LEHEL: Liszt - Dante Symphony. Laszlo, soprano; Budapest Philharmonic. West WST14152. A- [074555] ........................................................................................................................... 8.00
2833. LEHMANN: Boieldieu Overtures - White Lady & Caliph of Baghdad. Bamberg Sym. [7-inch;
45 rpm] DGG EPL-30068. A--(outer grooves noisy sd 2) [060864] ................................................ 6.00
2834. LEHMANN: Franck Symphony. Bamberg Sym. Decca DL-9887. A-- [071637] ............................... 13.00
2835. LEHMANN: Gounod - Faust Waltz (Munich Phil). GRAUNKE: Dohnanyi - Wedding Waltz
(Bavarian Sym). [7-inch; 45 rpm] DGG EPL-30029. B+/A- [060865] .......................................... 6.00
2836.*LEIBOWITZ: Rossini-Respighi - La Boutique Fantasque. LPO. [obscure item for Leibowitz
collectors] Urania US-5110. B+(occ tks) [074550] .......................................................................... 9.00
2837.*LEINSDORF: "Ballet Highlights from the Opera" - Gioconda, William Tell, Aida(2),
Tannhauser, Samson. Concert Arts Sym. Cap SP-8488. A- to B+ [074914] ................................. 9.00
2838. LEINSDORF: Rimsky-Korsakov - Antar. CO. [10-inch] Col ML-2044. B [072243] ........................... 9.00
2839.*LEPPARD: Dvorak & Tchaikovsky Serenades for Strings. ECO. Philips 9500 105. A- to A
[073518] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2840.*LEVINE: (Joseph): Tchaikovsky - Suites from Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty. Ballet
Theatre Orch. Capitol SP-8471. A- [073814] ................................................................................. 9.00
2841.*LEVINE: Brahms - Symphony #3. CSO. RCA ARL1-2097. A-(demo copy) [078295] ....................... 9.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2842.*LEVINE: Mendelssohn - Midsummer Night's Dream & Rosamunde: Incidental Music.
Blegen; Quivar; Levine/CSO & Cho. [dig] DGG 415 137. A- to A [057948].............................. 8.00
2843.*LEVINE: Mozart - Symphony #29 & #34. VPO. [dig] DGG 419 189-1. A- to A [072219]................. 8.00
2844.*LEVINE: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. CSO. [dig; Teldec vinyl] RCA ARC1-5355. FS(demo
copy) [050962] ................................................................................................................................ 11.00
2845. LUDWIG: Beethoven 8th. Berlin Sym. Royale 1240. B++(exceptionally fine pressing for
Royale) [074556] ............................................................................................................................ 13.00
2846.*MAAZEL: Mahler - Symphony #4. Harper; Berlin Radio Orch. Fest Class FC-418. A[054418] ............................................................................................................................................ 6.00
2847.*MAAZEL: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. CO. [German pressing] CBS 76675. A- [065070] ................... 7.00
2848.*MAAZEL: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet; Nutcracker Suite. CO. [dig] Telarc DG-10068. Ato A [087509] .................................................................................................................................. 10.00
2849.*MAAZEL: Tchaikovsky Symphony #5. CO. [dig] CBS IM-36700. A- [074967] ................................ 9.00
2850.*MAAZEL: Wagner Overtures - Rienzi, Dutchman, Meistersinger & Tannhauser. PO. Col M36699. A-- [077608].......................................................................................................................... 6.00
2851.*MACKERRAS: Janacek - Sinfonietta; Taras Bulba. VPO. [dig] London LDR-71021. A- to
A(Dutch pressing) [075143] ............................................................................................................. 9.00
2852.*MACKERRAS: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. LSO [quad] Conn Soc VSQ-30021. A-(Recording
of Special Merit Stereo Review 6/73) [076865] ............................................................................. 10.00
2853.*MADERNA: Bartok - Miraculous Mandarin Suite; Dance Suite. Monte Carlo Opera Orch.
[recorded 1969] Fest Class FC-495. A- [073909]............................................................................. 9.00
2854. MALKO: Prokofiev - Peter & the Wolf (Frank Philips, narr; LPO). VAN BEINUM: Britten Young Person's Guide (ACO). Decca ACL-30. A-(bried sound at start of sides) [073034]............ 9.00
2855. MALKO: Prokofiev - Peter & the Wolf. Phillips; LPO. VAN BEINUM: Britten - Young
Person's Guide to the Orchestra. ACO. Richmond B-19040. A-- [054156] .................................... 8.00
2856.+MARKEVITCH: Berwald - Symphony #2 & #3. [BPO] Heliodor 89 717. A-(British pressing)
[081610] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2857. MARKEVITCH: Prokofiev - Le Pas d'Acier. Liadov - Kikimora. Stravinsky - Petrouchka (3
dances). PO. Angel 35153. B++(British pressing; thrift edition w/o notes) [076023] ................... 11.00
2858.*MARRINER: Bach - The Art of the Fugue. [ASMF] Philips 6747 172(2). A- to A [074601] ............. 9.00
2859.*MARRINER: Beethoven - Symphony #4; Grosse Fuge. ASMF. Philips 9500 033. A- to A
[073461] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2860.*MARRINER: Bizet - Carmen and L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & #2. LSO. Philips 9500 566. A- to
A [073464] ........................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2861.*MARRINER: Elgar - Enigma Variations; Pomp & Circumstance Marches #1, #2 & #4. ACO.
Philips 9500 424. A- to A [073468] .................................................................................................. 6.00
2862.*MARRINER: Schubert - Symphony #1 & #4. [ASMF; dig] Philips 6514 261. A- to A
[073462] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2863.*MARRINER: Stravinsky - Danses Concertantes; Concerto in D for Strings; Dumbarton Oaks
Concerto. LA Ch Orch. Angel S-37081. A- [047308] .................................................................... 5.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2864.*MARRINER: Suppe Overtures - Light Cavalry; Pique Dame; Poet & Peasant; Galathea;
Boccacio; Morning, Noon & Night.. LPO. Philips 9500 399. A- [075178] .................................... 6.00
2865.*MARRINER: Warlock - Capriol Suite. Butterworth - On the Banks of Green Willow. Elgar Serenade. Delius - On Hearing the First Cuckoo. Vaughan Williams - Tallis Fantasia.
ASMF. Argo ZRG-945. A- to A(Dutch pressing) [075361] ............................................................ 9.00
2866.*MARTINON: Ravel - Alborada del Gracioso; Bolero; Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2. CSO.
GOULD: Ravel - Pavane. His Orch. Quint PMC-7017. A- [054907] ............................................. 5.00
2867.*MASUR: Beethoven - Symphony #2 & #9. Tomowa-Sintow; Burmeister; Schreier; Adam;
Leipzig Gewandhaus; Leipzig Radio Cho. [German-only notes] Eterna 8 26 421-2(2). A[085483] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2868.*MASUR: Schumann - Symphony #3; Overture to Bride of Messina. Leipzig Gewandhaus
Orch. [German-only notes] Eterna 8 26 491. A- [074546] .............................................................. 8.00
2869.*MASUR: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch. [dig; DMM] Teldec
6.43675. A- to A [058899] ................................................................................................................ 9.00
2870.*MATA: Prokofiev - Lt. Kije & Love for Three Oranges Suites. Stravinsky - Suites #1 & #2 for
Small Orchestra. Dallas Sym. [dig] RCA ARC1-5168. A-(c/c) [077493] ....................................... 7.00
2871.*MATA: Showpieces: Sorcerer's Apprentice; Capriccio Italien; Night on Bald Mountain;
Roumanian Rhapsody #1. Dallas Sym. [dig; nice stencil-cut jacket] RCA ATC1-4205. A(c/c) [077491] .................................................................................................................................... 7.00
2872. MENGELBERG: Beethoven - Symphony #3. NYP. [Transferred from rather noisy copy of the
78-rpm originals (Victor M-115); apparently a custom transfer to LP, supposedly only 16
copies made] Rarissima 42. A- [070194]........................................................................................ 16.00
2873. MENGELBERG: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. ACO. [from commercial 78's] Rococo 2030.
A- [067666] ..................................................................................................................................... 11.00
2874. MENGELBERG: Wagner - Tannhauser Overture. Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. Cherubini Anacreon Overture. ACO. Dutch EMI C047-01298. A- [051891] .................................................. 9.00
2875.*MENUHIN: Schubert - Symphony #4 & #5. His Orch. [blue labels] Angel S-36592. A[031979] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2876.*MENUHIN: Schubert - Symphony #8; Overtures - Zwillingsbruder; Alfonso & Estrella; In the
Italian Style in D & in C. His Orch. Angel S-36609. FS [036872] ................................................. 9.00
2877. MITCHELL: Copland - Appalachian Spring; El Salon Mexico; Billy the Kid Suite; Fanfare for
the Common Man. National Sym. West WL-5286. B++ [073121] ................................................. 9.00
2878. MITROPOULOS: Beethoven - Symphony #6. Mpls. Harmony HL-7120. B(mostly plays
MUCH better, but a few lgt scrs) [070963] .................................................................................... 11.00
2879. MITROPOULOS: Mendelssohn - Symphony #3. West German Radio Orchestra, Koln.
[Live, October 1960 (Mitropoulos died the next month); Italian-only notes] I Grandi
Concerti GCL 33. A- to A [066257] ............................................................................................... 10.00
2881.*MITROPOULOS: Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet (excerpts). NYP. Col MS-6023. A-(early "2eyes" labels; blank jacket) [077221] ................................................................................................. 9.00
2882. MITROPOULOS: Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra; Elektra - Monologue (Varnay); Don
Quixote (Alwin Bauer, cello). West German Radio Orchestra, Cologne. [Live, 1959]
Fonit Cetra DOC-13(2). A- [066259] ............................................................................................. 16.00
2883. MITROPOULOS: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. Mpls. Entre RL-3007. B [073548].......................... 12.00
2884.*MONTEUX: Mozart - Symphonies #35 & #39. NDR. [French pressing; French-only notes]
Concert Hall SMS-2359. A-(brief lgt snd from mark mvt 4, #39) [083761] .................................. 15.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2885.*MONTEUX: Ravel - Ma Mere l'Oye; La Valse; Bolero. LSO. Philips 835 258. A- to A(c/c)
[059505] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
2886. MONTEUX: Rinsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. SFSO. Camden CAL-451. B+ [071741].................. 13.00
2887. MONTEUX: Schubert - Symphony #9. BSO. [Live, on tour in Moscow; September 9, 1956;
scarce!] Melodiya M10-45701 005. A-(very minor jacket tape repair) [083754] .......................... 45.00
2888.*MONTEUX: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole.
MUSSORGSKY - Night on Bald Mountain. NDR. Vanguard SRV-257. A- [072396] ................ 13.00
2889.*MONTEUX: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole.
Mussourgsky - Night on Bald Mountain. N.D.R. Hamburg. Vanguard SRV-257 SD. A[083756] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2890.*MONTEUX: Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake (extended excerpts). LSO. Philips 835 142. A-(few
lgt thumps from pressing bubbles) [057868] .................................................................................. 11.00
2891.*MONTEUX: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. NDR. French Concert Hall SMS-2333. A-(very
slight water stain on jacket) [068362] ............................................................................................... 9.00
2892.*MUNCH: Franck - Symphony. Rotterdam Phil. [fold-open album] Festival Classique FC411. FS [081362]............................................................................................................................. 10.00
2893.*MUNCH: Honegger - Symphony #4. Dutilleux - Metaboles (1st recording). ORTF. Erato
STU-70400. A- [072581] ................................................................................................................ 14.00
2894. 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) [072238] ............................................................................................... 20.00
2895. MUNCH: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. PCO. Richmond B-19002. A- to B++(occ lgt tks)
[058280] .......................................................................................................................................... 16.00
2896.*MUTI: Respighi - Feste Romane; Pines & Fountains of Rome. Phila. [dig; DMM] Angel DS38219. A- to A [072553] ................................................................................................................... 9.00
2897.*MUTI: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. Phila. [dig] Angel DS-37822. A-(c/c) [059964]................................ 9.00
2898.*MUTI: Tchaikovsky 2nd; Romeo & Juliet. PO. [quad] Angel S-37472. FS [074961].......................... 9.00
2899.*MUTI: Tchaikovsky 3rd. PO. [quad] Angel S-37496. A- [074960] ...................................................... 9.00
2900. NEEL: Arne, Faure, Champagne, Elgar(2), MacMillan, Sibelius, Byrd, Marcello, Bach,
Symonds, Grieg. Hart House Orch. Canadian Library M-1030. A- [077081] ............................. 10.00
2901.*NEUMANN: "Champagne Overtures" - Fledermaus, Opernball, Waldmeister, Orpheus,
Wiener Frauen & Beautiful Galatea. CPO. Telefunken SLE-14713-P. A- to A [077706] .............. 9.00
2902.*NORRINGTON: Schubert - Symphony #9. London Classical Players. [dig] Angel R-111003.
A- [073641] ....................................................................................................................................... 8.00
2903.*NOWAK (Grzegorz): Live recordings of Haydn 92nd & Frank Martin's Overture to "Athalie"
(concert); Mozart Piano Concerto #20 (rehearsal). Bienne Symphony (as part of 1984
Concours Ernest Ansermet; September 19, 1984; Nowak was 1st Prize winner). [dig]
Swiss Broadcasting Corporation MH-SE-8. A- [074085] .............................................................. 12.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2904.*OISTRAKH: Prokofiev 5th. Moscow Phil. Mel-Angel SR-40003. A-- [058933] ................................ 9.00
2905.*ORMANDY: "Fantastic Philadelphians, Vol. 1." Espana; Sorcerer's Apprentice; Dance
Macabre; Night on Bald Mountain. Phila. [quad] RCA ARD1-0002. A- [037280] ........................ 9.00
2906.*ORMANDY: Delibes - Sylvia & Coppelia Suites. Chopin - Les Sylphides. Phila. Col M31845. A- [077631] ........................................................................................................................... 6.00
2907.*ORMANDY: Nielsen - Symphony #1; Helios & Rhapsodic Overtures; Pan & Syrinx.
Ormandy/Phila. Col MS-7004. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) [078682] ...................................... 11.00
2908.*ORMANDY: Sibelius - Finlandia; En Saga; Swan of Tuonela; Valse Triste. Phila; Mormon
Choir(in Finlandia). Col MS-6732. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) [065607] ......................................... 9.00
2909.*ORMANDY: Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra. Phila. Col MS-6547. A-(early "2-eyes"
labels) [056749] ................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2910. ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite. Ormandy/Phila. [10-inch] [Sounds
commonplace, but a very unusual disc. By the early 50's, of course Ormandy/Phila had
long been Columbia artists. This recording was made in 1941, and is the only example I
can think of (outside of accompaniments for famous soloists) where Ormandy 78's were
reissued on a full-price Red Seal release (many, of course, appeared on Camden as
"Warwick Symphony").] RCA LM-8. B(first copy I've ever seen) [084735] ................................ 32.00
2911.+ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings (Phila; recorded 1946). BARBIROLLI:
Tchaikovsky - Theme and Variations from Suite #3 (NYP). Col P-14145. A-(minor cover
scuffs) [073749] ................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2912. ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings. Barber - Adagio. Vaughan Williams Greensleeves Fantasia. Borodin - Nocturne. Phila. [Serenade from 1952, mono-only; rest
from 1957, later issued in stereo with the 1960 stereo remake of the Serenade] Col ML5187. A- to B+ [074019] ................................................................................................................... 8.00
2913.*ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. Phila. [dig; recorded 1981: their 5th and last
recording of the work] Delos DMS-3015. A-(minor cov dam) [054868] ........................................ 8.00
2914.*ORMANDY: Spectaculars! Short, loud pieces by Offenbach(3), Tchaikovsky(3),
J.Strausses(2), Delibes(3), Ponchielli & Prokofiev. Phila. Col MS-6739. A--(early "2eyes" labels) [079964] ....................................................................................................................... 6.00
2915. OTTERLOO: Beethoven - Incidental Music to The Creatures of Prometheus. Hague
Philharmonic. Epic LC-3366. A-- [077149] ................................................................................... 9.00
2916.*OZAWA: Romeo & Juliet - Tchaikovsky overture; Excerpts from Prokofiev ballet; Love
Scene from the Berlioz score. San Francisco Sym. DGG 2530 308. A- [074991] ......................... 9.00
2917. PAGE: (Willis): Haydn - Symphony #100. New Orchestral Society of Boston. [10-inch]
Cook 1069. A-- [078596] ................................................................................................................ 10.00
2918.*PARAY: Paray - Mass for the 500th Anniversary of the Death of Joan of Arc. Mitchell;
Collard; Lance; Mars; ORTF & Cho. [Recorded 1973; note by Florent Schmitt from
1931] Carthagene 731891. A- to A [081742] ................................................................................. 15.00
2919. PEDROTTI: Brahms - Symphony #4. CPO. [Venezuelan pressing of Supraphon SUA 10014]
Los Grandes Maestros de la Musica GMM 14. A-(but sd 1 tiny bit off-center) [074629] ............. 13.00
2920.*PEDROTTI: Respighi - Pines of Rome. Rossini-Respighi - La Boutique Fantasque. CPO.
Supraphon 1110 1204. A- [053463] ................................................................................................. 9.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2921.*PINNOCK: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti (complete). The English Concert. [dig] Archiv
2742 003(2). A- to A [072620] ....................................................................................................... 13.00
2922.*PREVIN: Tchaikovsky 5th. RPO. [dig] Telarc DG-10107. A-(tiny cover tear) [077108] .................... 8.00
2923.*RATTLE: Holst - The Planets. PO. [dig; German pressing] EMI ASD-4047. A- to A(c/c)
[052101] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2924.*REINER: Mahler - Das Lied von der Erde. Lewis; Forrester; CSO. [Mohr, producer; Layton,
engineer; from LSC-6087 (TAS 30:128); this issue was too late to have been in an early
plum label] [Pink; 1S/3S] RCA VICS-1390. A- [059365] ............................................................... 9.00
2925.*REINER: Mahler - Das Lied von der Erde. Lewis; Forrester; CSO. French RCA GL-43272.
A- to A [073655] ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
2926.*RICHTER: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #1, #3 & #6. Munich Bach Orch. DGG 415 910-1.
A- to A [081589] ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
2927. RIEGER: Smetana - Moldau; Bartered Bride Overture. Munich Philharmonic. [10-inch;
German-only notes] Opera 3166. B [078582]................................................................................... 6.00
2928. RODZINSKI: Kodaly - Hary Janos Suite; Marosszek & Galanta Dances. PSOL. West XWN18775. A- [071285] ......................................................................................................................... 10.00
2929.+RODZINSKI: Mendelssohn - Incidental Music to A Midsummer Night's Dream. CO. Col P14124. A- [059901] ........................................................................................................................... 7.00
2930. RODZINSKI: Offenbach - Orpheus in Hades Overture. Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody #2. Col
Sym. [10-inch] Col AL-2. B [071188]............................................................................................ 10.00
2931. RODZINSKI: Rachmaninoff - Symphony #2. NYP. Harmony HL-7101. B [071263] ........................ 10.00
2932. RODZINSKI: Strauss Waltzes - Blue Danube; Tales from the Vienna Woods; Emperor; Voices
of Spring; Roses from the South. PSOL. West XWN-18500. A-(lovely copy) [071289] ............. 13.00
2933. RODZINSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. PSOL. West XWN-18541. B+ [065648] ........................ 9.00
2934. ROMBERG: Waltzing With Romberg - Waltzes by Lehar, Ziehrer, Strauss, (2), Schubert &
Romberg(3). His Orch. [10-inch] RCA LM-91. B [084796] ........................................................... 8.00
2935. ROSBAUD: Sibelius - Tapiola; Karelia Suite; Bolero (Festivo); Swan of Tuonela. BPO. Decca
DL-9938. A- to B++/A- [064490]................................................................................................... 13.00
2936. ROSBAUD: Sibelius - Tapiola; Karelia Suite; Bolero (Festivo); Swan of Tuonela. BPO.
Heliodor 89 798. A-(Canadian pressing) [081492]......................................................................... 12.00
2937. ROSENTHAL: Debussy - La Mer; Iberia. Paris Opera Orch. West XWN-18770. A--(brief tks
beg Iberia) [064530]........................................................................................................................ 11.00
2938.*ROSTROPOVICH: Dvorak - Symphony #7. LPO. Angel SZ-37717. A- [073115] ........................... 10.00
2939. ROTHER: Strauss - Aus Italien. Berlin Radio Orch. Urania URLP-7087. A-(1st 1/8 inch each
side is ticky) [077444]..................................................................................................................... 13.00
2940.*ROZHDESTVENSKY: Bartok - Miraculous Mandarin Suite; Violin Rhapsodies #1 & #2
(Cherniakhovsky). Moscow Radio Orch. Melodiya CM-02299-300. A- [064378].................... 10.00
2941.*ROZHDESTVENSKY: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique. Moscow Radio Orch. Mel-Angel
SR-40054. A-(c/c) [077627] ............................................................................................................. 6.00
2942.*ROZHDESTVENSKY: Dvorak - Symphony #9. USSR Radio Orch. Melodiya / Eurodisc 28
342. A- [073513] ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2943.*ROZHDESTVENSKY: Sibelius - Pohjola's Daughter; Swan of Tuonela; Karelia Suite;
Finlandia; Valse Triste. LSO. [dig; Christopher Parker, engineer; unusual program notes
tell us that Sibelius was born in 1985...] JEM JC-100. A- to A(c/c) [058833] ................................. 8.00
2944.*ROZHDESTVENSKY: Tchaikovsky - Manfred Moscow Radio Orch. Mel-Angel SR-40267.
A- [031425] ....................................................................................................................................... 7.00
2945.*RUDOLF: Berwald - Symphony #3 Mendelssohn - Symphony #5. Cincinnati Sym. Decca
DL-710144. A- [078238] ................................................................................................................ 11.00
2946. RUDOLF: Haydn - Symphony #57 & #86. Cincinnati Sym. Decca DL-10107. A(AUTOGRAPHED by Rudolf in ink on front cover) [077224] ..................................................... 17.00
2947. SACHER: Bach (J.C.) - Sinfonias, Op.18, #1 & #4; Sinfonia Concertante for Violin & Cello
(Walter Schneiderhahn; Hubner); Concerto in E-Flat for Cembalo (Leonhardt). Vienna
Sym. Col ML-4869. A- to B+ [077060] ......................................................................................... 10.00
2948.*SALONEN: Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet Excerpts. BPO. [dig] CBS M-42662. A- to A(demo
copy) [072634] .................................................................................................................................. 9.00
2949.*SANDERLING: Brahms - Symphony #4. Staatskapelle Dresden. British RCA SB-6879. A[054177] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
2950.*SANDERLING: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. Berlin Sym. [very early digital: recorded 1978;
lovely Japanese pressing] Denon OX-7137-ND. A- to A [082211] ............................................... 12.00
2951.*SANDERLING: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. Berlin Sym. [early digital: recorded 1979;
silky Japanese pressing] Denon OX-7183-ND. A- to A [082212] ................................................. 12.00
2952. SARGENT: Brahms - Academic Festival Overture (Liverpool Phil). KLETZKI: Brahms Tragic Overture. Wagner - Dutchman Overture; Lohengrin Preludes I & III (PO). Entre
RL-3060. B+ [054731] ...................................................................................................................... 8.00
2953. SARGENT: Dohnanyi - Suite for Orchestra. Rossini-Respighi - La Boutique Fantasque. RPO.
[nice color cover portrait of Sargent] EMI ALP-1926. A-(brief lgt tks sd 1) [060331] ................... 8.00
2954. SARGENT: Dohnanyi - Suite in f#. LSO. [10-inch] Col ML-2172. B+/B(scarce!) [078593] ............. 10.00
2955. SARGENT: Dvorak - Symphonic Variations. Tchaikovsky - Theme & Variations from Suite
#3. PO. Cap G-7131. A- [078322].................................................................................................... 9.00
2956. SARGENT: Marche Slav; Ride of Valkyries (both with PO); Invitation to the Dance
(Liverpool Phil). KLETZKI: Brahms Hungarian Dances (2); Valse Triste (PO).
WELDON: Carnival & Ruy Blas Overtures (City of Birmingham Orch). [obscure
collection!] Entre RL-3091. B+/A-- [078318] ................................................................................ 16.00
2957. SARGENT: Collection: Yeoman of the Guard & Patience Overtures; Omphale's Spinning
Wheel; Valse Triste; Hungarian Dance #5; Rosamunde Ballet Music #2; Radetzky March;
Shepherd Fennel's Dance (Gardiner). Liverpool Philharmonic. Entre RL-3050. B+ to B
[078323] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
2958. SAWALLISCH: Beethoven - Symphony #6. ACO Epic LC-3785. A--(demo copy; very early
Sawallisch!) [072909] ..................................................................................................................... 11.00
2959. SAWALLISCH: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4. Brahms - Haydn Variations. Vienna Sym. Epic
LC-3731. A- [064742] ...................................................................................................................... 9.00
2960.*SAWALLISCH: Mozart 38th & 39th. CPO. Eurodisc 200-150-366. A-(slight cover scuffs)
[072765] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
2961.*SAWALLISCH: Mozart 40th & 41st. CPO. Eurodisc 202-550-366. A-(c/c) [072764] ......................... 8.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2962. SCHERCHEN: Brahms - Double Concerto. Jean Fournier; Janigro; VSOO. West XWN18268. A- [081260] ......................................................................................................................... 12.00
2963. SCHERCHEN: French Overtures - Roi d'Ys; Dame Blanche; Dragons de Villars; Si j'Etais
Roi; Mignon; Muette de Portici. Paris Opera. West XWN-18783. A-(c/c) [057834] .................... 8.00
2964. SCHERCHEN: Haydn - Symphony # 95 & 100. Vienna Sym. West WL-5045. B [058273] ............... 5.00
2965.+SCHERCHEN: Honegger - La Tempete Prelude; Mouvement Symphonique #3; Rugby; Chant
de Joie; Pastorale d'Ete; Pacific 231. PSOL. West WST-14486. A-(c/c) [067413] ......................... 7.00
2966. SCHERCHEN: Mahler - Symphony #1. PSOL. West XWN-18014. A- to B+ [062399] ...................... 9.00
2967. SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT: Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings. NDR. [sad condition, but
scarce] Decca DL-9517. C+ [071003] .............................................................................................. 7.00
2968. SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. NDR. London LL-691. B- [071004] ........ 14.00
2969. SEBASTIAN: Berlioz - Funeral March for the Last Scene of Hamlet; Three Excerpts from
Damnation of Faust. Franck - Redemption. PCO. Urania URLP-7061. A-(uncommonly
good copy of this issue) [074099] ................................................................................................... 12.00
2970. SEJNA: Rossini Overtures - Italiana in Algeri; Barber of Seville (CPO). SMETACEK:
Semiramide (Prague Sym). [obscure disc!] Parliament PLP-107. A- [077855]............................ 10.00
2971.*SEREBRIER: Sibelius - Symphony #1. Melbourne Sym. RCA AGL1-4093. A-(c/c) [077604] ......... 6.00
2972.*SHOSTAKOVICH: (Maxim): Rimsky-Korsakov - Sadko; Sinfonietta on Russian Themes;
Overture on Russian Themes. USSR Radio Orch. [nice fold-open album; French-only
notes] Harmonia Mundi-LDX-78667. A- [081581]........................................................................ 12.00
2973. SILVESTRI: Liszt - Tasso; Les Preludes. PO. [British pressing; dowel-rod spine] Angel
35636. A- [021143] ......................................................................................................................... 10.00
2974.*SILVESTRI: Liszt - Tasso; Les Preludes. PO. Angel S-35636. A-(early U.S. red labels; slight
cov dam) [058898] .......................................................................................................................... 11.00
2975.*SILVESTRI: Tchaikovsky - Capriccio Italien; 1812 Overture; Eugen Onegin Polonaise.
Bournemouth Sym. MHS 4503. A- [080994] ................................................................................. 9.00
2976. SILVESTRI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. PO. Angel 35487. A-(British pressing/deluxe issue
w/dowel spine) [057162]................................................................................................................. 14.00
2977.*SIMON: (Emil): Brahms - Symphony #2. Orchestra Simfonica a Filarmonicii din ClujNapoca (that's what it says). [notes in Roumanian and French only] Electrecord STECE0712. A- [063107] ............................................................................................................................. 9.00
2978.*SLATKIN (FELIX): Strings by Starlight - Andante Cantabile, Barber Adagio, Borodin
Nocturne, Londonderry Air, Air on G String & Waltz from Tchaikovsky Serenade.
Hollywood Bowl Orch. Capitol SP-8444. A- [074078] .................................................................. 8.00
2979.*SMETACEK: Borodin Symphony #2; Polovtsian Dances. CPO. Supra 1 10 1126. FS
[043340] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
2980.*SOLTI: Bartok - Concerto for Orchestra; Dance Suite. Solti/LSO. London CS-6784. A[055535] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2981.*SOLTI: Brahms - The Four Symphonies; Academic Festival & Tragic Overtures. CSO. MHS
847438Y(4). A- [080873] ............................................................................................................... 20.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2982.*SOLTI: Mozart - Symphony #38 & #39. CSO. [dig; Dutch pressing] London LDR-71088. Ato A [080951] .................................................................................................................................. 10.00
2983.*SOLTI: Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet (excerpts); Classical Symphony. SCO. [dig; Dutch
pressing] London LDR-71087. A- to A [068168] ............................................................................ 7.00
2984. SOLTI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #2. [PCO] London CM-9166. A- [075336] ..................................... 9.00
2985.*STEIN: Schubert - Symphonies (complete); Music for Rosamunde. Bamberg Symphony.
[dig; DMM; underrated conductor, better-known in Europe than in the US] Eurodisc 302358-450(5). A- to A [056158] ......................................................................................................... 29.00
2986.*STEINBERG: Beethoven - Symphony #7. Pittsburgh Sym. Capitol SP-8398. A-- [059387] ........... 11.00
2987. STEINBERG: Ravel - Bolero; La Valse; Pavane. Pittsburgh Sym. Capitol P-8475. A--(lt
marks cause little snd; radio station copy) [073425] ........................................................................ 8.00
2988. STOKOWSKI: Centennial Celebration for Stokowski & Stravinsky. Philadelphia Orchestra
limited edition fold-open album (with fine notes by Richard Freed) for its 1982 fundraising Marathon of Stokowski's Phila recordings of Le Sacre du Printemps (from M-74;
recorded 1927 & 1929); Petrouchka (from M-574; recorded 1937); and Firebird Suite (the
notes in the album contradict themselves regarding which of the three Stoky/Phila Firebird
Suite recordings [1924, 1927 or 1935] this is; clearly it is not the acoustic 1924 one, but the
back cover states M-53 from 1927, whereas the inside notes state M-291 from 1935. But
my dutiful correspondent Rich Kaplan has done his listening homework and confirms it as
the 1927 version!] RCA DPM2-0534(2). A-(pristine copy!) [077075] .......................................... 50.00
2989. STOKOWSKI: Debussy/Caplet - Children's Corner Suite. His Sym. [10-inch] RCA LM-9. B
[084736] .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
2990. STOKOWSKI: Ibert - Escales. Granados - Goyescas Intermezzo. Berlioz - Dance of Sylphs.
Sibelius - Swan of Tuonela. His Sym. [10-inch] RCA LM-151. B+/B(varies) [084814] .............. 10.00
2991.*STOKOWSKI: Ibert - Escales. Ravel - Alborada del Gracioso. Debussy - Iberia. French
National Orchestra. EMI SXLP-30263. A- [081408] .................................................................. 20.00
2992.*STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Francesca da Rimini; Serenade for Strings; Capriccio Italien;
Eugen Onegin Waltz; Nutcracker Suite. LSO (in Francesca & Serenade); LPO (in rest).
[oddly scarce boxed set] Philips 6770 053(2). A- to A(c/c) [081971] ............................................ 25.00
2993. STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite. His Orch. [10-inch] RCA LM-46. B-/B+
[084772] ............................................................................................................................................ 6.00
2994.*STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. Mussorgsky-Stokowski - Boris Godounov,
Symphonic Synthesis. OSR. [be prepared for some surprises in Stoky's retouching of
Romeo!] London SPC-21032. A- [077365] .................................................................................... 12.00
2995. STOKOWSKI: The Orchestra. Shows off sections of the orchestra with works by Dukas,
Barber, Farberman, Vaughan Williams, Persichetti, Tchaikovsky, Strauss, Mussorgsky.
His Symphony. [With 20-pg illustrated booklet; inc 2 excerpts from Mussorgsky-RAVEL
Pictures at an Exhibition!] Capitol SAL-8385. A- [073614] .......................................................... 19.00
2996.*STOKOWSKI: Wagner - Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music; Brunnhilde's
Immolation. LSO. RCA ARL1-1317. A- [077895]........................................................................ 12.00
2997. STRAUSS: Mozart - Symphony #39 & #40. BSOO. [rec 1926; notes in German only]
Heliodor 88 022. A- [081490]......................................................................................................... 15.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
2998. STRAUSS: Strauss - Alpine Symphony. Bavarian State Orch. [1941] Sera 60006. A[058884] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
2999.*SUSSKIND: Shostakovich - Symphony #1 & #9. Cincinnati Sym. [recorded February 1979]
Vox VCL-9003. A- [074449]............................................................................................................ 8.00
3000.*SUSSKIND: Smetana - Ma Vlast; Bartered Bride Overture & Dances. St. Louis Sym. [quad]
Turn QTVS-34619/20(2). A- [074573]........................................................................................... 13.00
3001.*SVETLANOV: Borodin - Symphony #2; Polovtsian March; Steppes of Central Asia. USSR
Sym. MHS 4013. A- [059138].......................................................................................................... 6.00
3002.*SVETLANOV: Rachmaninov - Symphonic Dances; Vocalise; Scherzo, 1887. RimskyKorsakov - Snow Maiden and Voyevode Suites. USSR Academic Sym; Bolshoi Theatre
Orch. [German-only notes] Eurodisc 87 451(2). A- to A [081229]............................................... 16.00
3003.*SVETLANOV: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. USSR Sym. Melodiya 33C-01767-8. A[073211] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
3004.*SVETLANOV: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. USSR Sym. Mel-Angel SR-40112. A[075969] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
3005.*SVETLANOV: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #2. USSR Sym. Mel-Angel SR-40058. A- [074749]......... 9.00
3006.*SWAROWSKY: Schoenberg - Pelleas et Melisande. Webern - Passacaglia. CPO. Supraphon
1 10 1505. A- [077645] ..................................................................................................................... 9.00
3007. SWOBODA: Mozart - Symphony #34 & #40. VSOO & Netherlands Philharmonic. [10inch] Musical Masterpiece Society MMS 65. A- [078571] .............................................................. 8.00
3008.*SZELL: Brahms - The Four Symphonies. [CO] Col D3S-758(3). A-(minor box scuffs)
[080823] .......................................................................................................................................... 18.00
3009.*SZELL: Dvorak - Slavonic Dances (complete - but no repeats taken, so as to fit on one LP).
CO. Col MS-7208. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) [082343] ................................................................. 12.00
3010.*SZELL: Strauss - Don Quixote. Fournier; CO. Odyssey Y-32224. A-(demo copy) [074750] ............ 8.00
3011.*SZELL: Tchaikovsky - Capriccio Italien. Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole.
Moussorgsky - Khovantchina Prelude. Borodin - Polovtsian Dances. CO. Odyssey Y30044. A- [040952] ........................................................................................................................... 6.00
3012. SZELL: Weber - Oberon & Freischutz Overtures. NYP. [10-inch] Col AAL-19. B+/B(Oberon)
[072122] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
3013. TALICH: Dvorak - Serenade for Strings. Prague Soloists Orch. [Side #2 is the Wind
Serenade, Op.44, performed by Professorum Conservatorii Pragensis Societas
Cameralis.] Supraphon SUA-10326. A-(occ brief lgt tks) [064281] ............................................. 11.00
3014. TALICH: Dvorak - Slavonic Dances, Op.46 (CPO). SMETACEK: Jan Malat - Slavonic Girls
(FOK Orch). Colosseum CRLPX-007. B/B-(badly off-center, but rare issue) [055192] ............... 8.00
3015. TALICH: Suk - Asrael Symphony; Ripening; Serenade for Strings. CPO. Supraphon 010
1441/3(3). A- [053611] ................................................................................................................... 26.00
3016. TALICH: Suk - Serenade for Strings. [CPO] Supraphon DV-5001. A-(Czech-only notes;
minor jacket tape repair) [076869].................................................................................................. 21.00
3017. TALICH: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. CPO. Supraphon SUA-10124. A- [056497] ........................ 14.00
3018.*TILSON THOMAS: Tchaikovsky - Suites #2 & #3. PO. [dig] CBS IM-36702. FS [056078] ............. 8.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
3019. TOSCANINI: Bach - Suite #3. Vivaldi - Violin Concerto in B-flat (Mischakoff; U.S.
premiere). Handel - Concerto Grosso in b, Op.6, #12 (Mischakoff; Bachmann; Miller;
Pessl). Bach-Respighi - Passacaglia & Fugue in c. NBC Sym; complete concert of
11/22/47. Arturo ToscaniniSoc ATS-1041. A- [050140] ............................................................... 20.00
3020. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Septet (arranged for orchestra; 11-18-39); Quartet #16 - Lento &
vivace (arranged for string orchestra; 11-25-39); Prometheus (one movement; 11-25-39).
NBC Sym. Olympic ATS-1112. A- [051727] ................................................................................ 10.00
3021. TOSCANINI: Cherubini - Symphony in D. BEETHOVEN - Septet, Op.20. NBC Sym.
[Italian-only notes] Italian RCA KV-184. A- [051668].................................................................... 9.00
3022. TOSCANINI: Debussy - La Mer; Iberia. Franck - Psyche & Eros. NBC. RCA VIC-1246. A[039006] ............................................................................................................................................ 5.00
3023. TOSCANINI: Gluck - Orfeo ed Euridice, Act, II. Merriman; Gibson; Toscanini/NBC Sym;
Shaw Chorale. With Iphigenie en Aulide Overture. [11-22-52, Carnegie Hall] French
RCA GM-43348. FS [039331].......................................................................................................... 9.00
3024. TOSCANINI: Gluck - Orpheus & Eurydice, Act II. Gibson; Merriman; Shaw/Shaw Chorale;
NBC Sym. [SD labels] RCA LVT-1041. A-(lovely!) [082477] .................................................... 12.00
3025. TOSCANINI: Mozart - Divertimento #15. NBC. [10-inch; "Commemorative Edition Toscanini Tour - 1950"] RCA LM-13. B to B+ [084740] ................................................................ 8.00
3026. TOSCANINI: Mozart - Symphony #35 & #39. NBC Sym. [German Teldec pressing] RCA
AT-126. A- [066465] ........................................................................................................................ 9.00
3027. TOSCANINI: Mussorgsky-Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition. Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite.
NBC Sym. [An oddity for the Toscanini collector. There is significant added reverb, at
least in the Mussorgsky, and the transfer of the Nutcracker Suite omits the Overture!
Russian-only notes] Melodiya 031745-6. A-- [055581] ................................................................. 25.00
3028. TOSCANINI: Overtures - Magic Flute; Tragic; Leonore #1; Gazza Ladra. Weber - Invitation
to the Dance. BBC Sym. [rec 1937-39] EMI XLP-30079. A- [073103] ........................................ 16.00
3029. TOSCANINI: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2. Beethoven - Leonore Overture #3. NBC
Sym. [deleted 10/60] [PD labels] RCA LVT-1025. A-(brief tks beg Beethoven) [082464] .......... 16.00
3030. TOSCANINI: Schubert - Symphony #8. Schumann - Manfred Overture. Beethoven Consecration of the House Overture. NBC Sym. [in print from 10/53 - 10/58] [PD labels]
RCA LM-9022. A- [082371] .......................................................................................................... 16.00
3031. TOSCANINI: Schubert - Symphony #8. NBC Sym. [10-in] RCA LM-54. B+(occ tks)
[084774] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
3032. TOSCANINI: Strauss - Till Eulenspiegel; Death & Transfiguration. NBC. RCA LM-1891. A(brief lgt tks, D+T) [078333] .......................................................................................................... 12.00
3033. TOSCANINI: Wagner - Concert performances from November 8, 1952: Tannhauser Overture
& Bacchanale; from March 7, 1953: Ride of Valkyries, Siegfried's Funeral Music, Tristan
Prelude & Liebestod, Lohengrin Act I Prelude, Siegfried Idyll; from February 7, 1953:
Meistersinger Act I Prelude; from April 4, 1954: Forest Murmurs; Siegfried's Rhine
Journey. [with rather sparse notes in Italian & English which, among other things, tell us
that the Ride of the Valykyries derives from Das Rheingold...] Fonit Cetra DOC-17(3). Ato A [082014] .................................................................................................................................. 45.00
3034. TOSCANINI: Wagner - Gotterdammerung: Brunnhilde's Immolation; Siegfried Idyll. Traubel
(in Immolation); NBC. [SD labels] RCA LVT-1004. A- [082456] ............................................... 12.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
3035. TOSCANINI: Wagner - Parsifal Prelude and Good Friday Spell. NBC Sym. [10-inch;
"Commemorative Edition - Toscanini Tour - 1950"] RCA LM-15. B [084741] ............................. 8.00
3036. TOSCANINI: Concerti/Tone Poems. Second in Franklin Mint's series of five-record sets on
silky red vinyl from 1983/85 includes Beethoven Concerti for Violin (Heifetz) & Piano
(#3; Rubinstein); Haydn Sinfonia Concertante, Op.84; Strauss' Death and Transfiguration,
Don Juan & Till Eulenspiegel; Respighi's Pines and Fountains of Rome & Feste Romane;
Kodaly's Hary Janos Suite; Liadov's Kikimora; Mussorgsky-Ravel Pictures at an
Exhibition. NBC Sym. [16-page illustrated booklet includes notes by Mortimer Frank]
Franklin Mint TOS-006-010(5). A- to A(loud scr 1/2" PC#3, mvt 2; brief bbl Pictures)
[081737] .......................................................................................................................................... 20.00
3037. TOSCANINI: Opera Scenes & Arias. Fifth in Franklin Mint's series of five-record sets on
silky red vinyl from 1983/85 includes extended excerpts from La Boheme, La Traviata,
Mefistofele (Prologue), Rigoletto (Act 4) and Aida; shorter excerpts from Fidelio,
Walkure, Gotterdammerung, Nabucco, Ballo & Otello. Soloists include Albanese, Peerce,
Moscona, Merrill, Nelli, Tucker, Vinay, Traubel, Melchior & Bampton. NBC Sym.
[Includes full texts and 16-page illustrated booklet with notes by Mortimer Frank] Franklin
Mint TOS-021-025(5). A- to A(but many ticky spots in Aida & Traviata excs.) [081740] ........... 15.00
3038. TOSCANINI: Orchestral Showpieces. Sixth (and final) in Franklin Mint's series of fiverecord sets on silky red vinyl from 1983/84 includes first release of his performances of
Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun (2/14/53; Carnegie Hall), and six more works, all from
Studio 8H: Bartered Bride Overture (11/17/1946); Salome's Dance (1/14/39); Jota
Aragonese (3/4/50); Manon Lescaut Intermezzo (7/2/44); Swan of Tuonela (8/27/44);
Petrouchka, Tableaux #1 & #4 (12/21/40). Also La Mer; Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2;
Zampa, Hansel and Gretel, Roman Carnival, Colas Breugnon & Mignon Overtures;
Carmen Suite #1; Midsummer Night's Dream Incidental Music; Rakoczy March; Berlioz
Romeo & Juliet Excerpts; Danse Macabre; Debussy Nocturnes(2); Paganini Moto
Perpetuo; Finlandia; Sorcerer's Apprentice; Psyche & Eros. NBC Sym. [With "Certificate
of Authenticity," signed by Wanda Toscanini Horowitz (May 1, 1985), identifying this as
#1939 of limited edition of 9,500 (did they really sell that many??) of these six-set
collections; also the standard 16-page booklet with nice photos and text by Mortimer
Frank] Franklin Mint TOS-026-030(5). A- [081784] ..................................................................... 25.00
3039. TOSCANINI: Popular Classics. Third in Franklin Mint's series of five-record sets on red silky
vinyl from 1983/85 includes first release of two items: Excerpts from L'Arlesienne Suites
(9/19/1943; Studio 8H) and Tannhauser Overture & Venusberg Music (3/8/1952; Carnegie
Hall). Also includes Nutcracker Suite, three Rossini Overtures (includes the fabulous Wm
Tell!), Hungarian Dances, Moldau, three Verdi Overtures, Lohengrin Preludes, Tristan
Prelude & Liebestod, Ride of Valkyries, Invitation to the Dance, Poet & Peasant, Don
Pasquale & Oberon Overtures; American in Paris; Star-Spangled Banner; short works by
Catalani, Ponchielli, Waldteufel & Sousa. NBC Sym. [16-page illustrated booklet includes
notes by Mortimer Frank] Franklin Mint TOS-011-015(5). A- to A [081735] .............................. 30.00
3040. TURNOVSKY: Haydn - Symphonies #94 & #101. Prague Sym. Parliament PLP-609. A(demo copy) [073913] ....................................................................................................................... 7.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
3041.+TUXEN: Sibelius - Symphony #5; Finlandia. JENSEN: Sibelius - Karelia Suite. Danish State
Radio Orch. Decca ECS-502. A- [074628] ..................................................................................... 5.00
3042.*VAN BEINUM: Handel - Water Music. ACO. Philips 6570 171. A- to A [051211] ........................... 6.00
3043. VAN BEINUM: The Art of Eduard Van Beinum. Enormous, glorious overview of his
recordings with ACO. In mono: Bartok - Music for Strings, Percussion & Celeste.
Schubert 6th & 8th. Stravinsky - Firebird Suite. Mozart 29th. Mignon, Merry Wives,
Roman Carnival Overtures. Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. Mendelssohn 4th. Debussy
Images (complete). Hary Janos Suite. In stereo: J.C.Bach Sinfonias #2 & 4. Bruckner 5th
(live concert). Debussy Nocturnes (3), Berceuse Heroique, Marche Ecossaise. Grieg - Last
Spring; Heart Wounds. Sibelius - Finlandia; Valse Triste. Sousa - Stars & Stripes Forever!
Philips 6768 023(8). A- to A [081449] ........................................................................................... 45.00
3044. VAN REMOORTEL: Beethoven - 12 German Dances. Mozart - 12 German Dances, K.586.
Stuttgart Pro Musica. Vox PL-10100. A- [077076] ..................................................................... 10.00
3045.*WALLENSTEIN: Mussorgsky/Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition. Virtuoso Sym of London.
Audio Fidel FCS-50,004. A- [075001] ............................................................................................. 9.00
3046.*WALLENSTEIN: Rachmaninoff - Symphony #2. LAPO. Capitol SP-8386. A- [065430] ................ 10.00
3047.*WALTER: Brahms - Academic Festival & Tragic Overtures; Haydn Variations. Col Sym.
Odyssey Y-30851. A- [080902] ........................................................................................................ 9.00
3048.*WALTER: Dvorak - Symphony #9. Columbia Symphony. Col MS-6066. A-(early "2-eyes"
labels) [080806] .............................................................................................................................. 16.00
3049.+WALTER: Mahler - Symphony #9. VPO. [Live; 1938] Turnabout THS-65008/9(2). A[070504] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
3050. WALTER: Mozart - Symphony #38 & #39; Overtures: Finta Giardiniera; Nozze de Figaro;
Clemenza di Tito. VPO (in #38, Clemenza & Finta); British Sym (in Nozze); BBC Sym
(in #39). [recorded 1933-38] Turn THS-65063. A- [076868] ........................................................ 13.00
3051. WALTER: The Birth of a Performance: Walter rehearses all four movements of Mozart 36th
(three sides); 4th side is final performance. Columbia Sym. Slipcase includes complete
score, many photos. Col SL-224(2). A-("6-eyes" labels) [081272] ................................................ 35.00
3052. WELDON: Russlan & Ludmilla (City of Birmingham Sym) & Orpheus in Hades (PO).
HEWARD: Fledermaus & Prince Igor (Halle). SARGENT: Hebrides (Halle). [quite
obscure overtures disc] Entre RL-3072. B++ [077079] .................................................................. 13.00
3053. WOLDIKE: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #3, #4 & #5. Chamber Orchestra of the Palace
Chapel, Copenhagen (in #3); Danish State Radio Chamber Orch(in #4 & #5). [in print
11/53 - 3/56] RCA LHMV-1048. B+(starts of sides are B) [082310] ............................................ 16.00
3054. WOLFF: Auber Overtures - Masaniello, London LL-1157. A--(a few small, lgt blems)
[074493] .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
3055. WOLFF: Massenet - Phedre Overture. Saint-Saens - La Princesse Jaune Overture. Paris Opera
Comique. [10-inch] London LD-9020. A-- [078577] ...................................................................... 7.00
3056. ZECCHI: Haydn - Symphony #100 (ACO). Schubert - Symphony #5 (Vienna Sym). Epic LC3258. A- [072154] ........................................................................................................................... 13.00
3057.*ZINMAN: Bach (J.C.) - Six Sinfonias, Op.18 (complete); Sinfonia Concertante; Sinfonia,
Op.9, #2. Netherlands Ch Orch. Philips 6780 025(2). A- to A(demo copy) [074947] ................ 10.00
LP's: Film Music
3058.*A CHORUS LINE: (Marvin Hamlisch). [dig] Casablanca 826 301. FS [052904] ................................ 5.00
3059.*ACROSS 110TH STREET: (Bobby Womack & J.J.Johnson). United Art UAS-5225. FS(c/c)
[053620] ............................................................................................................................................ 7.00
3060.*ACTION JACKSON: (Hancock). Atlantic 90886-1. FS [071437] ....................................................... 8.00
3061.*BAD GUYS: (Goldstein). Casablanca 826 610-1. FS [071425] ........................................................... 5.00
3062.*BLUE IGUANA: (Misc Groups). Polydor 835 592-1. FS [071426] .................................................... 5.00
3063.*BOOM: (John Barry). MCA 3600. A-(pressed in New Zealand...) [070806] ...................................... 14.00
3064.*BRONCO BILLY: (Steve Dorff). Elektra 5E-512. FS(c/c) [054527] .................................................... 6.00
3065.*CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD: (Michael Convertino). GNP Crescendo GNPS-8007. FS
[052903] ............................................................................................................................................ 5.00
3066.*DOGS IN SPACE: (Misc Australian Punk). Atlantic 81789-1. FS [071422] ..................................... 8.00
3067.*FORTUNATE PILGRIM: (Dalla; Malavasi). [DMM] RCA 7788-1-RC. FS(c/c) [071423] ............... 8.00
3068.*FRANTIC: (Ennio Morricone). Elektra 60782-1. FS [052905] ............................................................. 5.00
3069.*GIGOT: (Jackie Gleason). Capitol SW-1754. A-(demo copy) [072945] ............................................. 9.00
3070.*GREASE 2: (Louis St. Louis). RSO RS-1-3803. FS [052906] .............................................................. 5.00
3071.*HANDFUL OF DUST: A (George Fenton). DRG 6110. FS [052889] .................................................. 5.00
3072.*HIDING OUT: (Dudley). Virgin 90661-1. FS [053617]........................................................................ 6.00
3073.*JUMPIN' JACK FLASH: (Thomas Newman). Mercury 830 545-1. FS [052914] ................................ 5.00
3074.*KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN: (Neschling; Badarou). Island 90475-1-E. FS [071439] .............. 8.00
3075.*LETHAL WEAPON: (Michael Kamen & Eric Clapton). Warner Bros 25561-1. FS [052913] ............ 5.00
3076.*LOST MAN: THE (Quincy Jones). Universal City-73060. FS(c/c) [052911] ....................................... 5.00
3077.*MATEWAN: (Daring). Daring Records DR-1011. FS [071436]........................................................ 11.00
3078.*MODERN GIRLS: (Levy & Arkin). Warner Bros 25526-1. FS [053619] ............................................ 7.00
3079.*MUPPET MOVIE: (Misc). Atlantic SD-16001. FS [071428] ............................................................... 8.00
3080.*NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 5: (Ferguson). RCA 1258-1-J. FS(c/c) [071435] .......................... 5.00
3081.*PASCALI'S ISLAND: (Dikker). Virgin 790976-1. FS [071432].......................................................... 8.00
3082.*PENITENTIARY III: (Schyman). RCA 6663-1-R. FS(c/c) [071431] .................................................. 8.00
3083.*PLATOON LEADER: (Clinton). GNP Crescendo GNPS-8013. FS [071434] ..................................... 8.00
3084.*PSYCHO; WELLES RAISES KANE: (Herrmann). Composer/National Philharmonic;
LPO. ["Welles Raises Kane" is a suite taken from music Herrmann wrote for Orson
Welles' films "Citizen Kane" and "The Magnificent Ambersons"] Unicorn UN1-72018. FS
[051901] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
3085.*ROOTS: (Jones). A & M SP-4626. FS(c/c) [053618] ............................................................................ 6.00
3086.*ROOTS: (Quincy Jones). A&M SP-4626. FS(c/c) [052891] ................................................................. 5.00
3087.*SCHOOL DAZE: (Bill Lee). EMI Manhattan E1-48680. FS(c/c) [052901] ......................................... 5.00
3088.*SHARKY'S MACHINE: (Al Capps). Warner Bros BSK-3653. FS [052893] ....................................... 5.00
3089.*SLAM DANCE: (Mitchell Froom). Island 7 90662-1. FS [052896] ..................................................... 5.00
3090.*SOUP FOR ONE: (Nile Rodgers & Bernard Edwards). Mirage WTG-19353. FS [052894] ................ 5.00
3091. SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS: (Waxman). RCA LPM-1472. B [070858] ..................................................... 14.00
3092.*STEALING HOME: (David Foster). Atlantic 81885-1. FS [052895] ................................................... 5.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
3093.*SUPERMAN II: (Williams/Thorne). Warner Bros HS-3505. FS(Superman shield laseretched on disc!!!) [071429] ............................................................................................................... 8.00
3094.*THE CLOWN & THE KIDS: (Velona). Golden LP-215. FS(c/c) [071424] ......................................... 8.00
3095. THE PRIDE AND THE PASSION: (George Antheil). [Mono only; in print September 1957 to
August 1959] Capitol W-873. B [071377]...................................................................................... 22.00
3096.*THE TIME MACHINE: (Russell Garcia). [dig] GNP Crescendo GNPS-8008. FS [052899] ............... 5.00
3097.*UNTOUCHABLES: THE (Ennio Morricone). A&M SP-3909. FS(c/c) [052884]................................ 6.00
3098.*WHO'S THAT GIRL: (Stephen Bray). Sire 25611-1. FS [052885] ....................................................... 5.00
3099.*WICKED LADY: (Banks). Atlantic 80073-1. FS(c/c) [071427] .......................................................... 8.00
3100.*WILDCATS: (Hawk Wolinski & James Howard). Warner Bros 25388-1. FS [052886] ...................... 5.00
3101.*YOUNGBLOOD: (composer unattributed). RCA ABL1-7172. FS(c/c) [053622]................................ 7.00
LP's: Musicals - Original Cast
3102.*HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS: (Loesser; Broadway Cast). RCA LSO-1066. FS
[077433] .......................................................................................................................................... 13.00
3103. LADY, BE GOOD!: (G. & I. Gershwin). Fred & Adele Astaire; Edwards. [Archival
reconstruction of the original 1924 production] Smithsonian R-008. A- [065757]........................ 10.00
3104.*LSO-1001: ROSE-MARIE (Friml & Slothart; Harbach & Hammerstein). Julie Andrews;
Giorgio Tozzi; Engel/London New Sym; Sammes Singers. RCA LSO-1001. A(Canadian SD labels; 2S/2S stampers) [077821] ............................................................................ 12.00
3105.*THE BELIEVERS: (Voices, Inc). RCA LSO-1151. A--(1S/1S pressing) [078461] ........................... 14.00
LP's: Plays
3106.*AFTER THE FALL: (Arthur Miller). Original cast recording, Repertory Company of Lincoln
Center, Directed by Elia Kazan & Robert Whitehead; Music by David Amram. Jason
Robards, Jr.; Barbara Loden; Faye Dunaway; Crystal Field; Salome Jens; Ralph
Meeker. [Mooney, recording producer; Abbey, engineer] Mercury OCS 4-6207(4). A[072554] .......................................................................................................................................... 24.00
3107.*DYLAN: (Sidney Michael). Original Broadway cast of Peter Glenville's production (1964).
Alec Guinness, Kate Reid, James Ray. Music by Laurence Rosenthal. Col ADOS701(3). FS [072545] ........................................................................................................................ 17.00
That's it for LP's - the final listings are all compact discs, beginning on the next page 
COMPACT DISCS
The last section of the catalog is devoted to compact discs. All CD's (and their jewel boxes) are in excellent
condition unless otherwise noted.
Compact Discs: Operatic & Choral Repertoire
3108.*BARTOK: Bluebeard's Castle. Howell; Burgess; Elder/BBC National Orch, Wales. [Live,
1992] BBC Music II #2. [070693] .................................................................................................... 9.00
3109.*BERNSTEIN: Arias & Barcarolles; Songs & Duets. Kaye; Sharp; Barrett & Blier, piano.
Koch 3-7000-2. [070948] .................................................................................................................. 9.00
3110.*BRUCKNER: Masses #1 - #3. Mathis; Schiml; Ochman; Ridderbusch (in #1); Stader;
Hellmann; Haefliger; Borg (in #3). Jochum/BVRS & Cho (in all). DGG D-212054(2).
[076063] .......................................................................................................................................... 14.00
3111.*HUMPERDINCK: Hansel und Gretel. Fassbaender; Popp; Berry; Hamari; Gruberova;
Solti/VPO. London 421 111-2(2). [070702] .................................................................................. 14.00
3112.*MAHLER: Das Lied von der Erde. Ludwig; Kollo; Bernstein/Israel Phil. Sony SMK47589. [069870] ................................................................................................................................ 9.00
3113.*MAHLER: Das Lied von der Erde. Ludwig; Wunderlich; Klemperer/PO & NPO. EMI D134662. [076082] .............................................................................................................................. 9.00
3114. MASSENET: Manon. De Los Angeles; Legay; Dens; Borthayre; Herent; Monteux/Paris
Opera. Urania URN-22.282(2). FS [074107] ................................................................................ 16.00
3115.*MOZART: Ascanio in Alba. Baltsa; Schreier; Mathis; Auger; Hager/Salzburg Mozarteum.
[Complete Mozart Edition, Vol #30] Philips 422 530-2(3). [074140] ........................................... 22.00
3116.*MOZART: Idomeneo. Araiza; Mentzer; Hendricks; Alexander; Hollweg; Davis/BVRS &
Cho. Philips 422 537-2(3). FS [072820] ........................................................................................ 18.00
3117.*MOZART: Il Sogno di Scipione. Schreier; Popp; Mathis; Gruberova; Moser; Ahnsjo;
Hager/Salzburg Mozarteum Orch; Salzburger Ch Cho. [Complete Mozart Edition, Vol
#31] Philips 422 531-2(2). [072131]............................................................................................... 36.00
3118.*MOZART: La Clemenza di Tito. Baker; Popp; Von Stade; Burrows; Minton; Lloyd;
Davis/ROHCG. [Complete Mozart Edition, Vol #44] Philips 422 544-2(2). [074142]................ 14.00
3119.*MOZART: La Finta Giardiniera. Fassbaender; Moser; de Cesare; Conwell; Ihloff;
Hager/Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra. [Complete Mozart Edition, Vol #33] Philips 422
533-2(3). FS [072128]..................................................................................................................... 45.00
3120.*MOZART: La Finta Semplice, K.51. Hendricks; Lorenz; Johnson; Murray; Schreier/"Carl
Philipp Emanuel Bach" Chamber Orch. [Complete Mozart Edition, Vol #28] Philips
422 528-2(2). [072127] ................................................................................................................... 36.00
3121.*MOZART: Lucio Silla. Schreier; Auger; Varady; Mathis; Donath; Krenn; Hager/Salzburg
Mozarteum Orch & Cho; Salzburg Radio Cho. [Complete Mozart Edition, Vol #32]
Philips 422 532-2(3). FS [072132] ................................................................................................. 45.00
3122.*MOZART: Mass in c, K.139; Benedictus sit Deus, K.117. Schlick; Groenewold; Schafer;
Mertens; P.Neumann/Kolner Kammerchor; Collegium Cartusianum. EMI CDC7498832. [060286] ............................................................................................................................ 9.00
3123.*MOZART: Mitridate. Hollweg; Auger; Gruberova; Baltsa; Hager/Salzburg Mozarteum
Orch. [Complete Mozart Edition, Vol #29] Philips 422 529-2(3). [074139]................................. 22.00
CD's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
3124.*PENDERECKI: Stabat Mater; Agnus Dei; Song of the Cherubim; Benedictus;
Benedicamus Domino; Veni Creator; Excerpts from Magnificat (1) & St. Luke
Passion (2). Kuivanen/Tapiola Chamber Choir. Apex 8573-88433 2. [069977] ........................... 11.00
3125.*PETTERSSON: (Allan): Songs [complete: 24 Barefoot Songs; Six Songs (1935)]. Groop,
soprano; Garben, piano. CPO 999 499-2. [069907] ...................................................................... 11.00
3126.*PUCCINI: Madame Butterfly. Steber; Tucker; Valdengo; Madeira; Rudolf/Metropolitan
Opera. Sony MH2K-62765(2). FS [072800] ................................................................................. 14.00
3127.*PUCCINI: Turandot. Caballe; Pavarotti; Mitchell; Tozzi; Chailly/San Francisco Opera.
[Live, 1977] Gala GL-100,534(2). FS [076036] ............................................................................. 18.00
3128.*RACHMANINOFF: Vespers. Harris; Johnston; Hall/BBC Singers. [Live, 1998] BBC
MM97. [076090] ............................................................................................................................... 9.00
3129.*RAMEAU: Motets: In Convertendo; Quam Dilecta; Deus Noster Refugium. Daneman;
Rime; Agnew; Rivenq; Cavallier; Christie/Les Arts Florisants. Erato 4509-96967-2.
[076101] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
3130. SPONTINI: La Vestale. Nicolai; Vitale; Gavarini; Gaggi; Previtali/RAI Rome. [1951; NL?]
Great Opera Performances 66.319(2). FS [071564] ....................................................................... 18.00
3131. STRAUSS: (Johann): Wiener Blut. Schwarzkopf; Gedda; Koth; Kunz; Loose; Donch;
Ackermann/PO & Cho. [recorded 1954; mono-only] EMI CDH 7-69529 2. [063288] .............. 11.00
3132. STRAUSS: Elektra. Varnay; Fischer; Rysanek; Hotter; Richard Kraus/West German Radio
Orch (Cologne, 1953). DER ROSENKAVALIER (excerpts; apparently most or all of Act
1): Varnay; Stevens; Glaz; Koreh; Reiner/Met (1953)] [NL] Gala GL-100,512(2).
[076106] .......................................................................................................................................... 18.00
3133.*VERDI: Rigoletto. Milnes; Sutherland; pavarotti; Telvela; Tourangeau; Te Kanawa;
Bonynge/LSO; Ambrosian Opera Chorus. London 414 269-2(2). [076045]............................. 14.00
3134. VERDI: Rigoletto. Taddei; Pagliughi; Tagliavini; Colasanti; Neri; Questa/RAI Torino.
Warner Fonit 8573-82647-2(2). FS [073404] ................................................................................. 18.00
3135. WAGNER: Das Rheingold. Hotter; Uhde; Neidlinger; Stolze; Kuen; Greindel; Weber; Falcon;
Krauss/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1953; NL] Gala GL-100,519(2). [076111] ............................. 18.00
3136. WAGNER: Flying Dutchman. Hotter; Ursuleac; Hann; Willer; Ostertag; Klarwein;
Krauss/Bavarian State Opera. [Live, 1944; NL] Preiser 90250(2). [076109] ............................ 18.00
3137. WEBER: Der Freischutz. Grummer; Streich; Hopf; Proebstl; Horn; Erich Kleiber/Cologne
Radio Orch & Cho. [Live, 1955; NL] Opera d'Oro OPD-1181(2). [076110] .............................. 22.00
3138. WEBER: Der Freischutz. Grummer; Streich; Hopf; Bohme; Czerwenka; Furtwangler/VPO;
VSO Cho. [Live; Salzburg, 1954; NL] Gala GL-100,510(2). [076118] ........................................ 22.00
3139.*WEILL: The Threepenny Opera. Kollo; Adorf; Dernesch; Lemper; Milva; Mauceri/RIAS
Berlin Sinfonietta. London 430 075-2. [076077] ............................................................................ 9.00
Compact Discs: Operatic & Choral Highlights
3140.*VERDI: La Forza del Destino (exc). Tebaldi; del Monaco; Siepi; Bastianini; MolinariPradelli/ASCR. London 452 736-2. [069975] ................................................................................. 8.00
3141. VERDI: Un Ballo in Maschera (exc). Milanov; Peerce; Warren; Anderson; Peters;
Mitropoulos/Metropolitan Opera. LISZT: Les Preludes. Mitropoulos/NYP. Theorema
TH-121.146. [074104] .................................................................................................................... 12.00
Compact Discs: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections
3142.*A CARNEGIE HALL CHRISTMAS: CONCERT: Thirteen Carols plus extended medleys of
American songs and of Christmas songs. Battle; von Stade; Wynton Marsalis; Nancy
Allen; American Boychoir; DeCormier/Christmas Concert Cho; Marsalis Septet;
Andre Previn/Orchestra of St. Luke's.[Live; 12-8-91] Sony SK-48235. [081050].................... 12.00
3143.*EVOCATION OF THE SPIRIT: FRANK MARTIN - Mass. ARVO PART - Magnificat.
HENRYK GORECKI - Totus Tuus. BARBER - Agnus Dei. SCHOENBERG - Friede auf
Erden. Shaw/Shaw Festival Singers. Telarc CD-80406. FS [054606] ......................................... 11.00
3144. ITALIAN BARITONES OF THE: ACOUSTIC ERA: Arias sung by Bonini(4), Corradetti(5),
Parvis(3), Bellantoni(2), Campanari, Montesanto(2), Viviani(2), Badini(2). Bongiovanni
GB-1043-2. [060290] ...................................................................................................................... 10.00
3145.*LEGENDARY BARITONES: Fugere/Jongleur; Maurel/Tosti song; Magini-Coletti/Falstaff;
Battistini/Traviata; Ancona/Ballo; Renaud/Roi de Lahore; Giraldoni/Otello;
Stracciari/Tosca; de Luca/Ernani; Ruffo/Falstaff; Amato/Due Foscari;
Schwarz/Tannhauser; Schlusnus/Hans Heiling; Zanelli/Zaza; Galeffi/Rigoletto;
Thomas/Andrea; Tibbett/Barber; Husch/Wildschutz; Gorin/Attila. Nimbus NI-7867.
[069936] .......................................................................................................................................... 14.00
3146.*OPERA STARS IN CONCERT: Vienna Musikverein, Sept 4, 1988 (Gala Concert for PolioPlus): Hampson, Pace, Berganza, Von Stade, Kraus, Cappuccilli, Zampieri,
Ricciarelli, Chiara, Marton, Aragall, Rydl, Manuguerra, Gedda & Ludwig.
Guadagno/ORF Sym. Amadeo 427 493-2(2). [071627] ................................................................. 27.00
Compact Discs: Vocalists
3147.*BATTLE: Andre Previn - Honey & Rue. Barber - Knoxville: Summer 1915. Gershwin - Porgy
& Bess (2 songs). Previn/Orch of St.Luke's. DGG 437 787-2. [076112] ...................................... 9.00
3148.*CORELLI: The Unknown Recordings - Arias from Luisa, Forza, Macbeth, Rigoletto, Ernani,
Romeo, Cid, Boheme, Loreley, Trovatore & Ballo. Ferraris & Pedrazzoli/RPO & NPO.
ENI 7243-5 62699 2. [069886] ......................................................................................................... 9.00
3149.*CURA: Puccini Arias (21). Placido Domingo/PO. Erato 0630-18838-2. FS [044155]...................... 11.00
3150.*DOMINGO: "Sings Caruso" (i.e. arias associated with Caruso): Elisir, Cav, Pag, Manon,
L'Arlesiana, Martha, Fanciulla, Rigoletto, Boheme (Puccini & Leoncavallo), Africana,
Aida, Faust & Juive. RCA 61356-2. FS [063291] ............................................................................ 9.00
3151. FERRIER: "The World of Kathleen Ferrier." Nineteen selections - Brahms(2), Schubert(4),
Bach, Bridge, Mahler, traditional(5), Handel(2), Gluck & Mendelssohn(2). Decca 430 0962. [065136] ........................................................................................................................................ 9.00
CD's: Vocalists - continued
3152. FERRIER: Song Recital - Stanford(2), Parry, Vaughan Williams, Bridge, Warlock, Ferguson,
Wordsworth(3), Rubbra(3), trad(3). London 430 061-2. (minor box spine scuffs) [060688] ........ 14.00
3153. FERRIER: Songs & Arias: Traditional(5), Brahms(2), Mahler, Schubert(2), Schumann,
Purcell, Handel, Gluck, Bach. Decca 448 055-2. FS [055685] ...................................................... 14.00
3154.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Schubert - Schone Mullerin. Moore, piano. DGG 415 186-2. [031613] .......... 9.00
3155.*GORCHAKOVA: Memories of Love - Russian Romances by Balakirev(2), Glinka(4),
Tchaikovsky(4), Dargomyzhsky(5), Rimsky, Rachmaninoff(5). Gergieva, piano. Philips
446 720-2. [074120] .......................................................................................................................... 9.00
3156.*HYNNINEN: (Jorma; baritone): Summer Moods - Songs of Merikanto(4), Kotilainen,
Madetoja(5), Melartin(2), I.Hannikainen, Kuula(3), Palmgren(4), Ilonene, LuolajanMikkola, Kaski & Linnavuori. Soderblom/Tampere Philharmonic. Ondine ODE-880-2.
[069901] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
3157. JACOBSON: (Rut; soprano): Arias - Figaro, Traviata, Onegin, Amico Fritz, Butterfly; Songs
and Arias by Soderman, Nystroem, Werle, Hallstrom(2) & Foroni. Gothenberg Sym;
Gothenburg Opera; Swedish Radio Orch. [mostly broadcasts; 1959-76; stereo?]
Bluebell ABCD-097. [076950] ....................................................................................................... 11.00
3158. KOLASSI: (Irma; ms): Songs of Ravel(6), Debussy(5), Faure(14) & Honegger(6). [recorded
1957-62; misc pianists] INA 262014. [071212] ............................................................................. 14.00
3159. MARTINELLI: Arias - Cav(2), Ernani, Iris, Traviata, Onegin, Wm Tell, Aida, Fedora,
Chenier(2), Forza(2), Pag(2) & Trovatore. [rec 1915-28] Nimbus NI-7804. [069971] ................. 11.00
3160.*NORMAN: Songs of Strauss(5), Mahler, Spritual, Ravel(3), Brahms(4) & Schubert(4). Gage,
piano. Arkadia GI-805.1. [069978] ................................................................................................. 14.00
3161.*PARTRIDGE: Schumann - Liederkreis (J.Partridge, piano). HEMSLEY: Schumann - 12
Songs, Op.35 (Hamburger, piano). BBC Music MM122. FS [070076] ......................................... 9.00
3162. PROTTI: Arias - Rigoletto(9), Traviata(4), Aida(2) & Otello(5). [recorded 1953-55] Great
Opera Performances GOP 66.330. FS [075665] ............................................................................. 11.00
3163. SCHLUSNUS: Rhein-, Wein- und Heimatlieder Recordings, 1926-43. [22 "Rhine songs"]
Gebhardt JGCD-0032-1. [070032] ................................................................................................. 14.00
3164.*VAN OTTER: Swedish Songs by Alfven(2), Peterson-Berger(9), Stenhammar(6),
Rangstrom(6), Von Koch(5) & Sjogren(3). Forsberg, piano. DGG 449 189-2. [076096] ............ 11.00
Compact Discs: Vocalists - Duets
3165.*RICCIARELLI & PAVAROTTI: Arias & Duets from Macbeth, Falstaff, Traviata, Corsaro,
Lombardi, Aida, Otello & Forza. Patane/Orchestra del Teatro Regio di Parma. [live]
London 421 863-2. [058122] .......................................................................................................... 11.00
Compact Discs: Mercuries
3166.*LIVING PRESENCE 434 377-2: BRAHMS - Sonatas #1 & 2 for Cello & Piano. Starker;
Sebok. [from SR-90392(TAS 51:177) & SR-90320(TAS 33:135] FS(c/c) [071594].................... 23.00
Compact Discs: RCA's
3167.*1490-2-RG: DAVID RAKSIN CONDUCTS HIS FILM SCORES - Laura; Forever Amber;
The Bad & the Beautiful. Raskin/NPO. [Gerhardt; Wade] [054607]............................................ 11.00
Compact Discs: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label
3168.*SHEFFIELD LAB CD-26: SHOSTAKOVICH - Symphony #1 (Smith/Moscow Phil).
BARBER - Essay #1. PISTON - Incredible Flutist. Kitayenko/Moscow Phil. ["The
Moscow Sessions"] [070050].......................................................................................................... 16.00
3169.*SHEFFIELD LAB CD-27: SHOSTAKOVICH - Festive Overture; GLAZOUNOV - Valse de
Concert (Smith/Moscow Phil). COPLAND - Appalachian Spring; GRIFFES - White
Peacock; GERSHWIN - Lullaby; IVES - Unanswered Question (Kitayenko/Moscow
Phil). ["The Moscow Sessions"] [070060] ..................................................................................... 16.00
Compact Discs: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire
3170.*ALWYN: Symphony #3; Violin Concerto (Mordkovitch). Hickox/LSO. Chandos CHAN9187. FS [081040]........................................................................................................................... 10.00
3171.*BARBER: Concerto for Piano (Joselson); Medea's Meditation & Dance of Vengeance;
Adagio for Strings. Schenck/LSO. ASV CDDCA-534. [070140]................................................. 11.00
3172.*BARBER: Souvenirs. MENOTTI: Sebastian (ballet suite); Amahl & the Night Visitors (suite).
Schenck/New Zealand Sym. Koch 3-7005-2. [070138] ................................................................. 9.00
3173.*BAX: Symphony #2; Nympholept (Nature-Poem). Thomson/LPO. Chandos CHAN-8493.
[070016] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
3174.*BAX: Symphony #7; Four Songs for Tenor (Hill) & Orchestra. Thomson/LPO. Chandos
CHAN-8628. [069915] ..................................................................................................................... 9.00
3175.*BEETHOVEN: Triple Concerto. Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio; Gibson/ECO. MHS
512184F. [061044] ............................................................................................................................ 9.00
3176.*BEETHOVEN: Unknown Beethoven, Volume 2: Christ on the Mount of Olives (Reti;
Geszty; Koch/Berlin Radio Orch & Cho); Canons, Epigrams & Jokes (49 of them;
Knothe/Berlin Academy Ch Cho); Selections from 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 (13 of
them) and 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 (9 of them; soloists w/Berliner Solisten & Brahms
Trio); Piano Concerto WoO 4 (Ander; Bulke/Berlin Ch Orch); Music from Ritterballet;
Gratulations Minuet; 12 Minuets, WoO 7; Opferlied, Op.121b; Meerstille & Glucklliche
Fahrt (misc artists). Berlin Classics 0091322BC(3). FS [075660] ................................................. 22.00
3177.*BLISS: Colour Symphony; Metamorphic Variations. Wordsworth/BBC Welsh Sym. Nimbus
NI-5294. [070133]........................................................................................................................... 11.00
3178.*BUSONI: Turandot Suite. MARTUCCI: Notturno; Novelletta; Giga. CASSELA: Paganiniana.
Muti/La Scala Orch. [20-bit] Sony SK-53280. [069908] ............................................................. 14.00
CD's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
3179.*DVORAK: Piano Music, Vol.1: Theme & Variations, Op.36; Silhouettes(12), op.8; Two
Minuets, Op.28; Dumka; Polka. Inna Poroshina, piano. ESS.A.Y CD-1059. FS [075678] ........... 9.00
3180.*DVORAK: Symphony #7 & #8. Radkowa/Prague Radio Orch. Autograph MACCD-946.
[071610] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
3181.*FIELD: Piano Music, Vol.3: Rondos (from concerti #5 & 6; 2 more) and Variations (seven
sets). Pietro Spada, piano. Arts 47180-2. FS [063295] ................................................................... 9.00
3182.*GILSON: (Paul; 1865-1942): The Sea; Symphonic Overture #3; Alvar Prelude; Melodies
Ecossaises. Devreese/Moscow Sym. Marco Polo 8.223809. [069937] ......................................... 14.00
3183.*GLASS: Symphony #2 (Davies/Vienna Radio Orch); Interlude from Orphee; Concerto for
Saxophone Quartet (Rascher Quartet). Davies/Stuttgart Ch Orch. Nonesuch 79496-2.
[059424] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
3184.*GRIEG: Piano Concerto (Richter; Kondrashin/Moscow Phil; broadcast, stereo, 1977);
Sonata for Violin & Piano (Oistrakh; Oborin; broadcast, mono, 1972); Psalms #1, #3 &
#4 for Baritone & Mixed Choir, Op.74 (Belor; Kuhn/Mixed Choir; live, stereo, 1985).
Praga PR-250 048. [074124] ........................................................................................................... 11.00
3185.*HAYDN: Symphonies Volume #5: #35, #38-#41, #58, #59 & #65. Hogwood/AAM. OiseauLyre 433 012-2(3). FS [075659] ..................................................................................................... 22.00
3186.*HAYDN: Symphony # 9, 12, 13 & 40. Fischer/Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orch. Nimbus
NI-5321. [070935]............................................................................................................................. 9.00
3187.*HAYDN: Symphony #25; Violin Concerti in C & G. Kuchl, vln; Fischer/Austro-Hungarian
Haydn Orch. Nimbus NI-5258. FS [071566] .................................................................................. 9.00
3188.*HERZ: Piano Concerti #3, #4 & #5. Shelley, piano & conducting Tasmanian Sym. Hyperion
CDA-67537. FS [076955] ............................................................................................................... 11.00
3189.*HINDEMITH: Der Schwanendreher (Walther, viola); Nobilissima Visione; Concert Music
for Strings & Brass. Blomstedt/SFSO. London 433 809-2. [072775] ........................................... 11.00
3190.*HODDINOTT: Symphony #6; A Contemplation of Flowers (L.Watson, soprano); Scena for
String Orch; Lanterne des Morts. Thomson/BBC Welsh Sym. Chandos CHAN-8762. FS
[070047] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
3191.*HOLMES: (Augusta; 1847-1903): Symphonic Poems: Andromeda; Ireland; Pologne. La Nuit
et l'Amour. Friedmann & Davin/Rheinland-Pfalz Philharmonic. Marco Polo 8.223449.
[069938] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
3192.*MAHLER: Symphony # 6. SCHOENBERG: Five Pieces for Orchestra. WEBERN: Im
Sommerwind. Dohnanyi/CO. London 436 240-2(2). [077205] .................................................... 23.00
3193.*MAHLER: Symphony # 6; Ruckert Lieder; Kindertotenlieder. Ludwig (in lieder);
Karajan/BPO. DGG 5261550(2). [076069] .................................................................................. 11.00
3194.*MAHLER: Symphony # 7. Levi/Atlanta Sym. Telarc 2CD-80514. [067705] ................................... 11.00
3195.*MAHLER: Symphony # 8. Lott; Connell; Wiens; Schmidt; Denize; Versalle; Hynninen; Sotin;
Tennstedt/LPO & Chos. EMI CDS-7 47625 8. [081037] ............................................................ 16.00
3196.*MAHLER: Symphony # 8. Soloists; Chailly/ACO; Misc Choirs. Decca 289-467 314-2(2).
[076968] .......................................................................................................................................... 14.00
3197.*MAHLER: Symphony # 8. Soloists; Shaw/Atlanta Symphony & Cho. Telarc CD-80267.
[076969] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
3198.*MATHIAS: (William; 1934-92): Symphonies #1 & #2. Composer/BBC Welsh Sym. Nimbus
NI-5260. [060827]........................................................................................................................... 10.00
CD's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
3199.*NIELSEN: (Ludolf; 1876-1939): Symphony #3; Tone Picture, "Hjortholm."
Cramer/Bamberg Sym. Dacapo 8.224098. [069980] ................................................................... 11.00
3200.*NIELSEN: Symphony #1 & #6. Blomstedt/SFSO. London D-125191. [076078] ............................... 9.00
3201.*NIELSEN: Symphony #2 & #3. Blomstedt/SFSO. London 430 280-2. [076084] ............................... 9.00
3202.*PIZZETTI: (Ildebrando; 1880-1968): Rondo Veneziano; Preludio a un Altro Giorno; Tre
Preludii Sinfonici per L'Edipo Re; La Pisanella. Vanska/BBC Scottish Sym. Hyperion
CDA-67084. [069941] ...................................................................................................................... 9.00
3203.*RESPIGHI: Sinfonia Drammatica. Nazareth/Slovak Philharmonic. Rec Internat 7010-2.
[060406] .......................................................................................................................................... 13.00
3204.*SATIE: Solo Piano Music (complete). Jean-Yves Thibaudet. Decca 473 620-2(5). [076039] ......... 27.00
3205.*SCHMIDT: Symphony #2. Jarvi/CSO. Chandos CHAN-8779. [070018].......................................... 11.00
3206.*SCHMITT: La Tragedie de Salome; Psaume 47. Sweet; Gil (soloists in Psaume);
Janowski/French Radio Orch & Cho. Erato 2292-45029-2. [072819] ....................................... 11.00
3207.*STRAVINSKY: Agon; Fireworks; Petrouchka (1911 version). Iwaki/Melbourne Sym. Virgin
VC 7-91101-2. [067718] ................................................................................................................... 9.00
3208.*STRAVINSKY: Capriccio for Piano & Orch (Tozer); Symphony in Three Movements; Chant
du Rossignol. Jarvi/OSR. Chandos CHAN-9238. [070949] ........................................................... 9.00
3209.*STRAVINSKY: Small Orchestra Suites #1 & #2; Ragtime; Danses Concertantes; Dumbarton
Oaks; Concerto in D; Octet. Composer/Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana. [recorded
1954 & 1955; includes 1 1/2 minute rehearsal excerpt] Aura AUR-164-2. [069884].................... 14.00
3210.*STRAVINSKY: Symphony in C; Symphony in Three Movements. Gibson/Royal Scottish
Orch. Chandos CHAN-6577. [070035] ........................................................................................... 8.00
3211.*TARTINI: Violin Concerti, Vol. 4: #3, #14 & #18. Franco Messena, violin & conductor;
Symphonia Perusina. Dynamic CDS-150. [074117] .................................................................... 11.00
3212.*TARTINI: Violin Concerti, Vol. 5: In C, D 1 (Lazari); In d, D 43 (Guglielmo); In F, D 61
(Gugielmo); In B-Flat, D 118 (Lazari). Guglielmo/l'Arte dell'Arco (on original
instruments). Dynamic CDS-239. [074116] ................................................................................... 11.00
3213.*TIPPETT: Praeludium for Brass, Bells & Percussion; Aria and Dances from Midsummer
Marriage (misc vocal soloists); Suite for Birthday of Prince Charles. Composer/English
Northern Philharmonia; Cho. Nimbus NI-5217. [060807] ......................................................... 13.00
Compact Discs: Chamber Music
3214.*CHOPIN: Piano Trio (Frank; Ma; Ax); Cello Sonata (Ax; Ma); Polonaise, Op.3 (Osinka,
piano; the Sonata in Feuermann arrangement). Sony SK-53112. [069887] ................................... 11.00
3215.*CORIGLIANO: Quartet (1995). HAYDN: Quartet in D, Op.76, #5. Cleveland Quartet.
Telarc CD-80415. [069898] ............................................................................................................ 11.00
3216.*FERNSTROM: (John; 1897-1961): Quartets #3, #6 & #8. Vlach Quartet. Marco Polo
8.225040. [069974] ........................................................................................................................... 9.00
3217.*HOLMBOE: (Vagn; 1909-96): Quartet #13, #14 & #15. Kontra Quartet. Dacapo 8.224127.
[069904] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
3218.*MENDELSSOHN: Octet, Op.20; Quartet #2. Cleveland Quartet; Meliora Quartet. Telarc
CD-80142. FS [059321] .................................................................................................................... 9.00
CD's: Chamber Music - continued
3219.*MOZART: Serenades for Winds, K.375 & K.388. P.Jarvi/Scottish Natnl Orch Wind Ens.
MHS 512033A. [071605].................................................................................................................. 9.00
3220.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Quartet # 5 & #15. Borodin Quartet. EMI CDC-7 49270 2. [081045] ............. 12.00
3221.*VINAO: (Ezequiel): Four Etudes for Piano (Song); Trio for Piano, Violin & Cello (Song;
Steinberg; Kitsopoulos). ProPiano PPR-224511. FS [072815] ...................................................... 9.00
3222.*YUN: (Isang; b.1917): Quartets #3 & #4; Concertino for Accordion (Miki) & String Quartet;
Tapis for String Quartet. Nomos Quartet. CPO 999 075-2. [069931] .......................................... 11.00
Compact Discs: Flute
3223.*RAMPAL: Concerti of Vivaldi (in D and F), Bach (BWV 1055 & 1056), Telemann (Suite in
a), Mozart (Concerti K.313 & K.314 and Flute & Harp [Nordmann] Concerto). Scimone/I
Solisti Veneti; Munclinger/Ars Rediviva Orch; Mehta/Israel Phil; Rolla/Liszt Ch
Orch. Sony SM2K-48184(2). [060384] ......................................................................................... 14.00
Compact Discs: Violinists
3224.*BRODSKY: Sibelius Concerto. Salwarowski/Polish Radio Orch, who also play En Saga.
MHS 512070M. [059318] ................................................................................................................. 9.00
3225. HEIFETZ: Walton Concerto (Composer/PO; 1950). Elgar Concerto (Sargent/LSO; 1949).
RCA GD-87966. [076081] .............................................................................................................. 14.00
3226. HEIFETZ: Heifetz Collection, Vol.4: 1935-1939. Sonatas by Faure (Op.13) & Brahms
(Op.100) (Bay, piano). Concerti by Prokofiev (#2) & Brahms (Koussevitzky/BSO). SaintSaens - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso; Havanaise; Sarasate - Zigeunerweisen
(Barbirolli/LSO & LPO). RCA 09026-61735-2(2). [072783] ..................................................... 45.00
3227.*HUBERMAN: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole (Szell/VPO, 1934). Tchaikovsky Concerto
(Steinberg/BSOO; 1929). Short pieces by Sarasate(2), Bruch (Kol Nidrei) & Chopin
(Schultze, piano; 1926-32). The Classical Collector FDC-2003. [070061] ................................... 14.00
3228.*KREMER: Schubert Sonatas D.384, D385 & D.408. Maisenberg, piano. DGG 437 092-2.
[073409] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
3229.*OISTRAKH: (David & Igor): Bach Double Concerto (Goossens/RPO). Vivaldi Concerto
Grosso Op.3, #8 (D. Oistrakh/RPO). Beethoven Romances (David). Goossens/RPO.
DGG 138 714. A- to A(c/c) [079887] ............................................................................................. 10.00
3230.*PERLMAN: Mozart Concerto #2 & #4. Levine/VPO. DGG 415 975-2. [059312] .............................. 9.00
3231.*SALERNO-SONNENBERG: Mendelssohn Concerto; Meditation from Thais; Havanaise;
Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso. Schwarz/NY Ch Sym. EMI CDC-7 492276 2.
[060829] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
3232.*SZERYNG: Schumann & Mendelssohn Concerti (Dorati/LSO). Short works of Bartok,
Novacek, Brahms, Marroquin, Rimsky-Korsakov & Debussy (Charles Reiner, piano).
Mercury 434 339-2. [076935] ......................................................................................................... 14.00
Compact Discs: Cellists
3233.*FINCKEL: Sonatas of Grieg & Chopin; Schumann - Adagio & Allegro. Han, piano. BBC
MM-53. [060386].............................................................................................................................. 9.00
3234.*PIATIGORSKY: Dvorak & Walton Concerti. Munch/BSO. ["Living Stereo"] RCA 0902661498-2. FS [075652] ..................................................................................................................... 11.00
3235.*ROSTROPOVICH: Bliss - Concertino for Cello & Orchestra (Britten/ECO; world premiere;
live, Aldeburgh Festival, 1970). BRITTEN - Symphony for Cello & Orchestra
(Rozhdestvensky/LSO; live, 1967). Intaglio INCD-7151. [072835] ............................................ 22.00
Compact Discs: Guitar
3236.*ROMERO: (Angel): A Touch of Romance. Sanz - Suite Espagnole. Barrios - Three Pieces.
Celedonio Romero - Suite Andaluza. Albeniz - Leyenda. Telarc CD-80213. [071600] .................. 9.00
Compact Discs: Pianists
3237.*ASHKENAZY: Rachmaninoff Concerti #2 & #3. Kondrashin/Moscow Philharmonic (in
#2); Fistoulari/LSO (in #3). [Kenneth Wilkinson, engineer; 1963] London 289-466 375-2.
[076088] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
3238.*CZIFFRA: Rachmaninoff (#2) & Grieg Concerti. Gyorgy Cziffra, Jr/NPO & Budapest
Sym. EMI 5 74732 2. [071626] ...................................................................................................... 14.00
3239. HOROWITZ: Chopin - Sonata #2; Two Nocturnes; Two Etudes; Impromptu; Ballade #1;
Scherzo #1; Mazurka. [recorded 1947-57] RCA 60376-2-RG. [063336] ........................................ 9.00
3240.*HOROWITZ: Rachmaninoff - Sonata #2; Concerto #3 (Reiner/RCA Sym; mono); Moment
Musical; Prelude; Polka. RCA 7754-2-RG. [070012] ...................................................................... 8.00
3241.*HOROWITZ: Schumann - Kinderszenen (live); Kreisleriana; Novellette in F. DGG 445 599-2.
FS [074111]....................................................................................................................................... 9.00
3242.*HOROWITZ: Schumann - Toccata; Kinderszenen; Kresleriana; Arabesque; Blumenstuck.
CBS MK-42409. [063324] ................................................................................................................ 9.00
3243.*HOROWITZ: The Last Recording: Works of Haydn, Chopin(6), Wagner (Liebestod) & Liszt
(Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen). Sony SK-45818. (coffee stain on back insert; new jewel
case) [061077] ................................................................................................................................. 10.00
3244.*HUANG: (Helen): Beethoven Concerto #1. Mozart Concerto #23. Masur/NYP. [live] Teldec
D-111222. [060377] .......................................................................................................................... 9.00
3245.*JOHN LEWIS: "The Chess Game" - Bach's Goldberg Variations arranged by Lewis for Piano
and Harpsichord (played by Mirjana Lewis). Philips 832 015-2. [076966] ................................. 14.00
3246.*JUDD: Prokofiev Concerto #3. Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Lazarev/Moscow Phil. Chandos
CHAN-6509. [070092] ..................................................................................................................... 9.00
3247. RICHTER: Beethoven Sonata # 3, 7 & 12. Praga PR-254 020. FS(from Prague; live? stereo?)
[074103] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
3248. RICHTER: Schubert Sonata #17. Schumann - Fantasiestucke, Op.12. [Live; Moscow, 1956]
Urania SP-4248. FS [076957] ......................................................................................................... 14.00
3249. RICHTER: Schumann - Fantaisiestucke, Op.12 (rec 1970); Symphonic Etudes, Op.13, &
Posthumous Etudes (rec 1972); Faschingsschwank aus Wien, Op.26 (rec 1976). Yedang
CT-10020. [076059]........................................................................................................................ 14.00
CD's: Pianists - continued
3250. RICHTER: Stravinsky - Movements for Piano & Orchestra; Hindemith - Kammermusik #2
(Nikolayevsky/Moscow Conservatory Orch; 1984 & 1978). Bartok Concerto #2
(Svetlanov/USSR Sym; 1967). Yedang CT-10040. [076097] ....................................................... 14.00
3251.*ROGE: Ravel - The Two Concerti. Dutoit/Montreal Sym, who also play Menuet Antique,
Une Barque sur l'Ocean, Fanfare from l'Evantail de Jeanne. London 410 230-2. [076092] ............ 9.00
3252. SCHNABEL: Beethoven Concerto #5 (Sargent/LSO); Andante in F, Op.170; Polonaise in C,
Op.89. Arabesque Z-6551. [076062] ................................................................................................ 9.00
3253. SCHNABEL: Mozart Concerti #23 (Rodzinski/NYP; 1946) & #24 (Wallenstein/LAPO;
1946). [live performances] Music & Arts CD-632. [048281] .......................................................... 9.00
Compact Discs: Organ
3254.*ABLITZER: Works of Bach(9), Pachelbel(2), Kellner(2), Kaufmann & Walther(2). [SainteCroix d'Aubusson] Harmonic H/CD-8401. [071622] ..................................................................... 14.00
3255.*CROZIER: Leo Sowerby - Symphony in G for Organ; Requiescat in Pace; Fantasy for Flute
Stops. [Groton School, Massachusetts] Delos D/CD-3075. [071625] ............................................ 11.00
3256.*HAMPTON: Digital Pipes - Clarke, Bach, Mouret, Sullivan, Wagner, Schubert, Franck &
Mendelssohn. [Calvary Episcopal Church] Kem-Disc 1005. [061047] ........................................... 9.00
3257.*JOYCE: Bach - Chorale-Partita, BWV 768; Vom Himmel Hoch Variations; Sonatas, BWV
527 & BWV 529; Toccata & Fugue in E, BWV 566. [Helmuth Wolff Organ, Christ
Church, Oyster Bay, New York] Titanic Ti-171. [071620] ............................................................ 16.00
Compact Discs: Conductors
3258.*ABBADO: Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet (exc). BPO. [Live] DG 289453 439. [076083] ...................... 9.00
3259.*ABBADO: Tchaikovsky - Symphonies #4, #5 & #6. LSO (in #5); VPO (in others). DGG 437
401-2(2). [065124] .......................................................................................................................... 14.00
3260.*ANCERL: Dvorak - Symphony #9; My Home Overture; In Nature's Realm. CPO. Supraphon
11 1242-2. [067739] ........................................................................................................................ 11.00
3261.*BARBIROLLI: Vaughan Williams; Symphony #8. An Elizabethan Suite (arr. Barbirolli).
Chabrier - Espana. Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole. Halle Orch. [live; Lugano,
1961] Ermitage ERM-181-2. [060899] ........................................................................................... 16.00
3262.*BOSKOVSKY: Strauss Favorites - Blue Danube, Vienna Woods, Thunder & Lightning,
Radetzky, six others. VPO. London 417 885-2. [058246] ............................................................... 8.00
3263. CANTELLI: Frescobaldi/Ghedini - Quattro Pezzi (NYP; 1952). A.Gabrieli - Aria della
Battaglia (NBC; 1949). G.Gabrieli - Canzone (NYP; 1954). Geminiani - Andante (NBC;
1951). Bach - Sinfonia, Xmas Oratorio (NBC; 1952). Handel - Xerxes Largo & Messiah
Overture (NBC; 1949); Xerxes Largo (again!)(NBC; 1953). AS Disc AS-618. [076963] ............ 27.00
3264. CANTELLI: Respighi - Pines & Fountains of Rome (BSO; 1954). Pizzetti - Preludio un Altro
Giorno (NYP; 1953). Ghedini - Concerto dell'Albatro for Violin, Cello, Piano & Narrator
(soloists not identified; NYP; 1953). [All are concert performances; disc has tarnish
corrosion, but it causes distortion only in the Ghedini, where is it quite distracting.] AS
Disc AS-507. [076961] ................................................................................................................... 29.00
CD's: Conductors - continued
3265. CANTELLI: Stravinsky - Jeu de Cartes; Fireworks; Chant du Rossignol. NBC Sym. [Live;
1952 & 1954] AS Disc AS-530. [076965] ...................................................................................... 27.00
3266.*DAVIS: (Andrew): Brahms 4th. BBC Sym. PARKMAN: Brahms - Zigeunerlieder. BBC
Singers. BBC Music-Vol 5, #8. [071613] ...................................................................................... 11.00
3267.*DE WAART: Bernstein - Symphonic Dances from West Side Story; On the Town. Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue (Ohlsson); American in Paris. Minnesota Orch Virgin VC-7 91431-2.
[071602] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
3268.*EHRLING: Stravinsky - Le Sacre du Printemps; Symphony of Psalms. Swedish Radio Orch
& Cho. Bis CD-400. [060800] ......................................................................................................... 9.00
3269.*ERMLER: Tchaikovsky - Suites from Swan Lake & Nutcracker. ROHCG. BBC MM-115. FS
[060388] ............................................................................................................................................ 8.00
3270.*GOODMAN: Haydn - Symphony #100 & #104. Hanover Band. Nimbus NI-5096. [063337] ........... 9.00
3271.*JANSONS: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. Oslo Philharmonic. Chandos CHAN-8351.
[059300] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
3272.*JANSONS: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. Oslo Philharmonic. Chandos CHAN-8446.
[059304] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
3273. KRAUSS: Beethoven - Kantate auf den Tod Kaiser Josephs II (Steingruber; Poell; Vienna
Sym & Academy Cho). Wagner - Parsifal Prelude. Bayreuth Festival Orch. [Live, 1953;
copy #388 of "limited edition of 3,000 numbered copies" (do you think they really made
that many?!)] Originals SH-825. [076100] ..................................................................................... 14.00
3274.*KUNZEL: Classics of the Silver Screen. Cincinnati Pops. Telarc CD-80221. [070147]..................... 6.00
3275.*MAAZEL: Sibelius - Symphony #1 & #7. Pittsburgh Sym. Sony SK-52566. [061056] ..................... 9.00
3276.*MACAL: Smetana - Ma Vlast. Milwaukee Symphony. Telarc CD-80265. FS [072795] .................. 11.00
3277.*MARRINER: Mozart - Haffner Serenade; March in D, K.249. ASMF. Philips 416 154-2.
[061063] ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
3278.*MEHTA: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade; Russian Easter Overture. Israel Philharmonic.
CBS MK-44559. [072794] ................................................................................................................ 9.00
3279.*MONTEUX: Ravel - Ma Mere l'Oye; Rapsodie Espagnole; La Valse; Bolero; Pavane. LSO.
Philips 442 542-2. FS [076941] ...................................................................................................... 18.00
3280.*MUNCH: Chausson - Symphony; Poeme. Saint-Saens - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso.
Oistrakh; BSO. RCA 60683-2. [060288] ...................................................................................... 11.00
3281.*MUNCH: Ravel - Rapsodie Espagnole; Mother Goose Suite; Pavane; Bolero. BSO. RCA
6522-2-RG. [074129] ...................................................................................................................... 11.00
3282.*NEUMANN: Smetana - Ma Vlast; Richard III; Haakon Jarl; Wallenstein's Camp; Solemn
March for Shakepeare Celebrations. CPO. Supraphon 58C37-7724-25(2). [067724]................... 18.00
3283.*NORRINGTON: Beethoven - Symphony #3; Prometheus Overture. London Classical
Players. Angel CDC-7 49101 2. [061061] ....................................................................................... 9.00
3284.*NORRINGTON: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies; Overtures - Coriolan, Egmont &
Prometheus. Kenny; Walker; Power; Salomaa; Schutz Choir of London (in #9);
London Classical Players. EMI CDS-7 49852 2(6). [076042] ..................................................... 32.00
CD's: Conductors - continued
3285. SCHURICHT: Wagner - Dawn, Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music; Tristan Prelude
(I); Siegfried Idyll; Parsifal Preludes I & III & Act 3 Finale. SW German Radio,
Stuttgart. [1950-66] Hanssler CD-93.019. [071561]..................................................................... 14.00
3286.*SMETACEK: Prokofiev - Symphony #7; Chout, Ballet Suite. CPO. Praga PR-250 014.
[067717] .......................................................................................................................................... 11.00
3287.*SOLTI: Bruckner - Symphony #1. CSO. London 448 898-2. [065117] ................................................ 9.00
3288.*SOLTI: Bruckner - Symphony #2. CSO. London 436 844-2. [065116] .............................................. 13.00
3289.*THIELEMANN: Schoenberg - Pelleas et Melisande. Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. Orchester der
Deutschen Oper, Berlin. DGG 289-469 008-2. [076065] .............................................................. 9.00
3290. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Symphony #1 & #3. NBC Sym. [rec 1951 & 1949] RCA 60252-2RG. [071606] .................................................................................................................................... 9.00
3291. TOSCANINI: Brahms - Symphony #4; Gesang der Parzen; Liebeslieder Waltzes. NBC Sym
(with Shaw Chorale in Gesang; Chorus under direction of Walter Preston in Waltzes).
RCA 6216-2-RC. [081044] ............................................................................................................. 12.00
3292. TOSCANINI: Mendelssohn - Scherzo & Nocturne from Midsummer Night's Dream. Mozart Symphony #35. Brahms - Haydn Variations. Dukas - Sorcerer's Apprentice. Wagner Siegfried Idyll. NYP. [recorded 1926-36] RCA 09026-60317-2-RG. [081061] ............................ 12.00
3293. WEINGARTNER: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Helletsgruber; Anday; Maikl; Mayr; VPO;
VSO Cho. [recorded 1935] Preiser 90193. [063293] ..................................................................... 11.00
Compact Discs: Film Music
3294.*ANASTASIA: (Rosenthal). [composer conducts Munich Phil] Southern Cross SCCD-1015.
[060818] .......................................................................................................................................... 14.00
Compact Discs: Railroad Sounds
3295.*SOUNDS OF THE STEAM AGE: Recordings of the London & North Eastern Railway, 195661. ASV CDATR-7047. [060819] .................................................................................................... 9.00
AUTOGRAPHS
Several of the records in this catalog have been autographed by the artists involved. For those of your who
may be particularly interested in artist autographs, I have noted the item numbers in the catalog below:
Stephen Bishop-Kovacevich: 2225
Sesto Bruscantini: 1200
Montserrat Caballe: 804
Luciano Pavarotti: 944
Regina Resnik: 193
Max Rudolf: 2946
David Ward: 193
That's all! I hope you have had an enjoyable browse and used the "find" tool to
locate some unexpected items of interest.
Good Autumn Listening!
- Lawrence H. Jones
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