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					                                     POLYPHONY
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                                Highland Park, Illinois 60035
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                        Website: http://www.polyphonyrecordings.com
                                Lawrence H. Jones, Proprietor

                                      Auction Catalog #120
                                [Closing Sunday, July 10th, 2011]

Dear Fellow Record Collectors -

                         WELCOME TO THE ONLINE VERSION
                      OF POLYPHONY’S AUCTION CATALOG #120!

All items are offered at auction; the minimum acceptable bid for each is shown at the end
of its listing. The deadline for receipt of bids is Sunday, July 10th, 2011.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR ONLINE: The internet version is essentially the same as
the print version which is sent worldwide except that no bidsheet is provided, since all you really
need to do is send me an e-mail with careful notation of your bids and the lot numbers of the
items in which you are interested. A brief description of the item helps in case of mis-readings
of lot numbers. If you are a new bidder and I do not have your physical address, obviously I will
need it. And if you wish to authorize me to charge your winnings to a Visa, Mastercard or
American Express card which I do not already have on file, I do not suggest that you send this
information via e-mail since it is not very secure. You are welcome to quote an account number
for me via the phone/FAX number or via the physical address shown above – or you may wait
for me to send you a copy of your invoice and quote the account number by return mail. If you
have questions, by all means e-mail me at the address above! SEE PAGE 5 FOR TABLE OF
CONTENTS, PAGE 4 FOR ABBREVIATIONS, PAGE 3 FOR CONDITION GRADING.

For those of you receiving one of my catalogs for the first time, here are a few comments about
the contents and their arrangement. Headers at the start of each section and page let you know
what is there. A listing is mono unless an asterisk or plus-sign appears at the start of the entry to
indicate either true stereo (*) or electronic stereo (+). Listings are categorized according to what I
judge is the primary feature of interest of a given item. Unusual works and those with many
artists (i.e. opera) are listed alphabetically by composer in repertoire sections. Familiar
repertoire is usually listed by performer in an artist section. There are also sections (mostly of
audiophile interest) where material is listed by particular labels. I suggest browsing all sections!

I do some cross-referencing of artists, but you can use your computer to do any searches you
like! If you need more information, just contact me by letter, FAX, or E-mail.
All items are offered at auction; the minimum bid for each is shown at the end of its listing.
Deadline for receipt of bids is Sunday. July 10th, 2011 (actually, FAXes and E-mails arriving by
9:00 a.m. CDT Monday the 11th will still work).

Auction Procedures

First of all, relax! Because this is an auction rather than a fixed-price catalog, there is no need to
rush to get ahead of other collectors. You should receive this catalog with at least a week to
browse before having to send bids. If you did not receive your catalog in a timely manner, let
me know so that I can try to remedy the problem in the future.

Bids must be received by Sunday, July 10th. Polyphony's FAX number is: 847-831-5577 (in
case of any problems with the regular FAX number, use 847-831-4409). You may send E-mail to
POLYPHONY2@AOL.COM (note the 2 in that address!) In case of ties, the earliest bid will be
the winner. Send no money until you are notified of your winning bids (invoices are sent
within a few days of the close, and all bidders are notified - even those with no winnings).

Winning bidders must send payment in full or deposit (see below) within 4 weeks. Orders paid
by money order (or personal check from established customers) will be shipped within a day or
two of receipt of payment. Personal checks on an individual's first order or two may require 2
weeks to clear. Foreign customers should make payment in U.S. dollars, payable through a U.S.
bank. Foreign postal money orders denominated in U.S. dollars are also acceptable, as are wire
transfers. Payment is also accepted through Visa, Mastercard, American Express & PayPal.
Or you may pre-authorize credit card payment as discussed above.

Shipping and packing charges (with insurance) for U.S. orders are added at the rate of $7.50 for
the first 3 LP's, tapes, or CD’s, and $.50 for each additional. Orders including books or 78's will
have shipping charges computed individually, since larger boxes, more packing material, and
greater weights are involved. Similarly, shipments of CD’s alone will cost a little less. Rates for
foreign shipments by insured air mail (surface mail is no longer available as of May 2007) now
$18.00 for the first LP or tape, and $4.00 for each additional. Canadian insured air mail rates
are $18.00 (1st 3 items); $3.00 (each additional).

I will reserve records for 6 months for a deposit of 10% of the invoice amount. Please
understand that deposits are not refundable should you fail to remit the balance on time, nor does
forfeiture of a deposit eliminate responsibility to make good on bids: individuals who do not
honor their bids do not receive further catalogs.

Changes in standing bids (increases or decreases in amounts offered; additions to or withdrawals
of bids) are accepted if I receive them by the auction's deadline. I expect bidders to make good
on the offers standing on that date. If you wish to bid on more items than you can afford, please
prioritize your bids and indicate the total that you can spend. I will run down your winning bids,
stop at your limit, and bill you only for those.
Condition Grading

Grading used records is difficult since a subjective element is always present and variations in
equipment will cause differences in sound. My method: each disc is examined visually to note
marks which may be audible. Such defects are auditioned and, in any case, each record is 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: A- is my typical grade for a domestically-pressed disc which
appears mint; it corresponds to the oft-used term "near-mint;" "A- to A" is used for the best
foreign pressings and occasionally for unusually fine American ones.

       B    -       Records in the general category of B are in good condition. They will
have no serious scratches and will not suffer from breakup of the musical sound. A record
graded B+ will have no scratches and only minor surface noise. A grade of B or B-
indicates greater degrees of noise and may also involve light blemishes or scratches, but
the degree of defect will not impair enjoyment of the music to a great extent.

      C     -       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 indicates, specific flaws are noted in
detail. A slash mark between grades indicates differences between sections of the disc, generally
between sides. Mono discs are graded with the amplifier in mono mode.

Please bear two things in mind about my grading: First, because it is based on audition (rather
than only visual inspection) it tells you not only how a record looks, but how it sounds: it is a
rating not only of how well the record has been cared for but how well it was pressed to begin
with. Second, the grade is assigned without regard for a record's age. A disc pressed in the
1950's and graded B+ is probably an excellent or mint copy of a typical pressing from that era. I
try to be conservative in my grading, but if you receive a record which you feel is in condition
inferior to its grade, you may return it within two weeks for full refund of its cost.

Happy Browsing!!!

-- Larry Jones
                                      Abbreviations

      (Record labels are often abbreviated: Col = Columbia; West = Westminster; etc.)

 AAM = Academy of Ancient Music                  bbl = bubble
ASCR = Accademia Santa Cecilia, Rome             beg = beginning
ASMF = Acad, St. Martin-in-the-Fields            bl cov = blank cover
 ACO = Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orch              blem = blemish
 BPS = Boston Pops                               c/c = cover punched or cut on corner or edge
 BSO = Boston Symphony Orchestra                 ch = chamber
BSOO = Berlin State Opera Orch                   cho = choir or chorus
BVRS = Bavarian Radio Orchestra                  cov dam = cover damage
  CO = Cleveland Orchestra                       dig = digital
 CPO = Czech Philharmonic Orchestra              drm = digitally remastered
 CSO = Chicago Symphony Orchestra                ens = ensemble
 DSO = Detroit Symphony Orchestra                exc = excerpts
 ECO = English Chamber Orchestra                 fr = from
ERSO = Eastman-Rochester Sym Orch                inc = includes
 EWE = Eastman Wind Ensemble                     lgt or lt = light
LAPO = Los Angeles Philharmonic                  mod = moderate
 LPO = London Philharmonic Orchestra             nse = noise
 LSO = London Symphony Orchestra                 occ = occasional
 MMF = Maggio Musicale Fiorentino                op = opera
 Mpls = Minneapolis or Minnesota Orch            ov = overture
 NDR = North German Radio Orch                   pres - pressing
 NPO = New Philharmonia Orchestra                rec = recorded
 NYP = New York Philharmonic                     scr = scratch
ORTF = French National Radio-TV Orch             sd = side
 OSR = Orchestre de la Suisse Romande            sec = seconds
 PCO = Paris Conservatory Orchestra              snd = sound
 Phila = Philadelphia Orchestra                  s/s = 1-in sticker neatly around lower spine
  PO = Philharmonia Orchestra                    sur = surface
 PSO = Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra             tk = tick
PSOL = Philharmonic Sym Orch, London             * = recording is in true stereo
ROHCG = Royal Opera, Covent Garden               + = recording is in electronic stereo
 RPO = Royal Philharmonic                        For pressing codes [in brackets] in audio-
 SFSO = San Francisco Symphony Orch              phile sections, see header for that section.
SWDR = Southwest German Radio Orch               A few other sections have their
 VPO = Vienna Philharmonic                       own abbreviations; some are repeated here:
 VSO = Vienna Symphony                            D = Dolby (tapes)
VSOO = Vienna State Opera Orchestra               BC = Barclay Crocker issue (tapes)
                                                  NL = no libretto (opera/choral repertoire)
                                              Table of Contents
                                             [by listing number]

Format               Category                                        Listing Numbers


Open-Reel Tapes:     Operas: Complete & Highlights; Vocalists………. #        1   -   19
                     2-Track Tapes; Londons; RCA’s; Misc Audiophile.. #   20   -   37
                     Orchestral/Instrumental Collections……………….. #        38   -   47
                     Piano, Conductors…………….………..…….…… #                  48   -   55
                     Film Music & Original Cast………………………. #               56   -   67
                     Miscellaneous Non-Classical…………………....... #          68   -   93

LP’s:                Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire…………….. # 94 - 337
                     Operatic, Choral & Vocal Excerpts & Collections. # 338 - 362
                     Vocalists………………………………………….. # 363 - 549
                     Audiophile & Special Labels…………………... # 550 - 1046
                             Angels…………………..            # 550 - 575
                             Londons ………………..           # 576 - 616
                             Mercury…………………             # 617 - 645
                             RCA…………………….               # 646 - 1002
                             Misc……………………..             #1003 - 1046
                     Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire…………….… # 1047 - 1310
                     Chamber Music…………………………………… # 1311 - 1358
                     Violin; Harpsichord; Cello; Viola………………... # 1359 - 1418
                     Pianists…………………………………………… # 1419 - 1488
                     Conductors………………………………………… # 1489 - 1686




        Listings begin on the next page >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
                                                          Open Reel Pre-Recorded Tapes
I have not auditioned all of the tapes below, but those to which I have listened are in excellent condition, and all
are so guaranteed (understanding that early 2-track tapes are delicate and require very careful handling). When
a listing contains more music than would fit on a single LP, I have indicated the LP equivalent in parentheses as
I do with the record listings; I am no longer counting the reels also. Tapes are 7 1/2 ips, 4-Track, non-Dolby
and include libretti for vocal works unless otherwise indicated. With some of the rarer Barclay-Crocker issues I
have placed a number at the end of the listing indicating the total number of copies of the tape ever made. In
one of their last flyers, BC published these numbers to give an idea of which items were particularly scarce.
With some of the "audiophile" material I have noted reviews or comments I have found of a tape's LP
counterpart (or the tape itself) in The Absolute Sound by the letters TAS followed by issue number, colon, page
number (i.e. 58:139). The following codes also apply:

         3 3/4 = 3 3/4 ips                    D = Dolby                    NL = No Libretto                       BC = Barclay Crocker issue
Open Reel's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire
1.*GIORDANO: Fedora. Olivero; Del Monaco; Gobbi; Gardelli/Monte Carlo Opera. London K-
      90169(2). (includes libretto) ................................................................................................................ 18.00
2.*GOUNOD: Faust. Corelli; Ghiaurov; Sutherland; Massard; Sinclair; Bonynge/LSO; Chos. London
      LOW-90125(4). (includes libretto) ...................................................................................................... 24.00
3.*HUMPERDINCK: Hansel & Gretel. Moffo; Donath; Fischer-Dieskau; Berthold; Ludwig; Auger;
      Popp; Eichorn/BVRS; Cho. [D; NL] RCA EOP2-0637-K-DP(2). .................................................... 17.00
4.*MOZART: Cosi fan Tutte. Lorengar; Berganza; Berbie; Davies; Krause; Bacquier; Solti/LPO. [D;
      NL] London S-41442(4). (box has moderate tape repair) ................................................................... 15.00
5.*OFFENBACH: Tales of Hoffmann. Gedda; de los Angeles; Schwarzkopf; d'Angelo; London; Blanc;
      Cluytens/PCO; Duclos Cho. [3 3/4 ips; NL] Angel Y3S-3667(3). ................................................... 12.00
6.*STRAUSS: Der Rosenkavalier. Crespin; Minton; Donath; Jungwirth; Pavarotti; Wiener; Dickie;
      Solti/VPO; Cho. London I-90165(4). (includes libretto) .................................................................... 24.00
Open Reel's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections
7.*MORMON TABERNACLE CHOIR: Christmas Carols (15). Col MQ-758. ............................................ 12.00
8.*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. [Includes 42-page LP-sized booklet] London LOF-
      90144(3). .............................................................................................................................................. 24.00
9.*SONGS OF THANKS: Works of Beethoven, Haydn, Schubert, Bach, Mendelssohn, Marcelli,
      Vaughan Williams, 4 more. Mormon Tabernacle Choir; brass, timpani & organ. Col 1R1-
      6686...................................................................................................................................................... 14.00
10.*TEN SOPRANOS/TEN ARIAS: Tebaldi/Tosca; Sutherland/Faust; Price/Aida; Nilsson/Tannhauser;
      Crespin/Cav; Lorengar/Butterfly; Milanov/Gioconda; Souliotis/Forza; Horne/Carmen;
      Jones/Dutchman. London L-90187. ..................................................................................................... 12.00
Open Reel's: Vocalists
11.*CABALLE: French Arias - Faust, Mireille, Romeo, Huguenots, Louise, Carmen, Thais.
      Giovaninetti/NPO. DGG L-3073. (first copy I've seen in a dozen years) ......................................... 12.00
12.*FARRELL: Puccini Arias - La Rondine, Manon Lescaut, Boheme, Gianni Schicchi, Butterfly,
      Tosca & Turandot. Rudolf/Col Sym. Col MQ-358. ........................................................................... 12.00
13.*FARRELL: I've Got a Right to Sing the Blues! Twelve popular songs including September Song,
      On the Sunny Side of the Street, Blues in the Night, Old Devil Moon. Luther Henderson/Orch.
      Col CQ-343. ......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
Open Reel's: Vocalists - continued
14.*HORNE: "Souvenir of a Golden Era, Volume 1." Arias - Barber, Capuleti, Otello (Rossini),
       Tancredi, Semiramide, Fidelio. Lewis/OSR. London L-90213. ......................................................... 12.00
15.*HORNE: "Souvenir of a Golden Era, Volume 2." Arias from Italiana, Prophete, Alceste, Orphee et
       Eurydice, Sapho, Trovatore. Lewis/OSR. London L-90214. .............................................................. 12.00
16.*PAVAROTTI: Mamma - Popular Italian Songs (16), arranged and conducted by Henry Mancini.
       [digital; recorded in Geneva, 1984; there were not very many open-reels which were recorded
       digitally!] London 1R1-7668. .............................................................................................................. 16.00
17.*SILLS: Arias - Capuleti, Sonnambula, Lucia, Linda di Chamounix, Roberto, Rosmonda
       d'Inghilterra. Jalas/Vienna Volksoper; Akademie Cho. Westminster WTC-7143. ......................... 16.00
18.*SUTHERLAND: "French Opera Gala." Arias: Dinorah; Robinson Crusoe; Louise; Grand Dutchess;
       Fra Diavolo; Pecheurs; Manon Lescaut; Contes; Cendrillon; Mireille; Etoile du Nord; Robert le
       Diable; Tribut de Zamora; Coeur et la Main; Vasco da Gama; Faust; Noces de Jeannette.
       Bonynge/OSR; Cho. London L-90174(2). .......................................................................................... 18.00
19.*SUTHERLAND: Russian Jewels. - Gliere: Concerto for Soprano & Orchestra; Concerto for Harp
       & Orchestra (Ellis). Cui: Ici-Bas. Stravinsky: Pastorale. Bonynge, piano & cond LSO. London
       LOL-90160. ......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
Open Reel's: 2-Track Popular Tapes
20.*BEL CANTO ST-DX: Stereophonic Demonstration Tape. Fifteen minutes of excerpts from eight
      Bel Canto releases from Rachmaninoff to Victor Herbert (selections are clearly not complete)........ 12.00
21.*CAPITOL ZD-12: FRED WARING AND THE PENNSYLVANIANS - In Hi Fi. ............................... 15.00
22.*CAPITOL ZF--9: ROGER WAGNER CHORALE - House of the Lord. .............................................. 16.00
Open Reel's: Londons
23.*LCK-80105(2): SAINT-SAENS - Symphony #3. FAURE - Masques et Bergamasques; Penelope
      Prelude; Pelleas et Melisande. DEBUSSY - Petite Suite. Ansermet/OSR. ....................................... 32.00
24.*LCL-80117: HOLST - The Hymn of Jesus (Boult/BBC Sym & Cho); The Perfect Fool (Ballet
      Music); Egdon Heath (Boult/LPO). [blue-spine, FFST box] ............................................................. 20.00
25.*LOR-90006(3): WAGNER - Das Rheingold. Flagstad; London; Svanholm; Neidlinger; Kuen;
      Madeira; Kmentt; Kreppel; Boehme; Watson; Solti/VPO. [TAS re LP issue: 12:527; 73:150L]
      [FFST box; with libretto, but no box cover art] ................................................................................... 30.00
26.*LOU-90098(6): WAGNER - Gotterdammerung. Nilsson; Windgassen; Niedlinger; Frick; Fischer-
      Dieskau; Watson; Ludwig; Popp; Jones; Guy; Watts; Solti/VPO; Cho. [3 reels; equivalent to 6
      LP's; TAS 65:160L] ............................................................................................................................. 30.00
27.*LOY-90062(5): WAGNER - Siegfried. Nilsson; Windgassen; Hotter; Stolze; Neidlinger; Bohme;
      Hoffgen; Sutherland; Solti/VPO. [TAS re LP issue: 12:527; in FFST box; includes libretto, but
      no box cover art] .................................................................................................................................. 30.00
28.*RICHMOND RCH-40002: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #2. Katin; Colin Davis/New
      Symphony Orchestra of London. ..................................................................................................... 12.00
29.*RICHMOND RPE-45005: FRANK CHACKSFIELD - The Best of Cole Porter. ................................ 10.00
Open Reel's: London Phase-4 Stereo
30.*K-475066(2): GILBERT & SULLIVAN - H.M.S. Pinafore. Reed; Lawlor; Mason; Ayldon;
       Ellison; Jackson; Walker/RPO; D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. [Notes; no libretto] ................... 20.00
31.*L-75002: GROFE - Grand Canyon Suite. Black/London Festival Orch. .............................................. 12.00
32.*LCL-75009: GERSHWIN - Rhapsody in Blue; American in Paris. Black, piano & conducting
       London Festival Orch. ....................................................................................................................... 12.00
33.*LPL-74116: THIS WAY "IN." Ronnie Aldrich & His Two Pianos; London Festival Orchestra. .... 12.00
Open Reel's: RCA's
34.*FTC-2029: SAINT-SAENS - Symphony #3. Zamkochian; Munch/BSO. [Mohr/Layton] [TAS
      32:148; 36:162; 44:178]....................................................................................................................... 45.00
Open Reel's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label
35.*COLUMBIA MQ-753: NIELSEN - Symphony #3. Royal Danish Orch. [TAS re LP: 64; 140-2]
      (includes the nice insert booklet) ......................................................................................................... 16.00
36.*COLUMBIA MQ-857: IVES - Symphony #2; Fourth of July. Bernstein/NYP. [Also - Bernstein
      discusses Ives; TAS 44:158; 69:48] ..................................................................................................... 14.00
37.*COMMAND 4T-11015: BRAHMS - Symphony #3; Tragic Overture. Steinberg/Pittsburgh Sym.
      [35mm film recording] ......................................................................................................................... 20.00
Open Reel's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire
38.*HAYDN: Symphony # 99 - #104. Woldike/VSOO. [3 3/4 ips] Van VEF-1916(3). FS ......................... 12.00
39.*MAHLER: Symphony # 3. BEETHOVEN: Coriolan Overture. Leinsdorf/BSO (with Verrett &
      choruses in Mahler). [3 3/4 ips] RCA TR3-5016(2). ............................................................................. 8.00
40.*MAHLER: Symphony # 8. Spoorenberg; Jones; Annear; Reynolds; Procter; Mitchinson; Ruzdjak;
      McIntyre; Bernstein/LSO & Misc Chos. Col M2Q-876(2). (minor box damage) ............................ 16.00
41.*SCHUBERT: Symphony #5 (Walter/Col Sym) & #8 (Walter/NYP). Col MQ-391. ............................ 12.00
Open Reel's: Collections
42.*ALL STAR FESTIVAL: Great Conductors & Orchestras. Nine works by Columbia artists -
      Stravinsky, Stokowski, Ormandy, Bernstein, etc. Col SQ-1. .............................................................. 12.00
43.*BALLET COLLECTION: Music from Nutcracker (Scholz/Munich Sym); Sleeping Beauty
      (Adolph/Munich Sym); Faust (Scholz/Mozarteum Orch); Rosamunde (Scholz/Munich Sym);
      Aida (Gmur/Nurnberg Sym). [D] Ampex L-6014(2). ...................................................................... 12.00
44.*CONCERT FAVORITES: BOULT/LPO in Academic Festival, Magic Flute, Russlan & Ludmilla
      Overtures; Bartered Bride Overture & Excerpts; Moldau. DAVIS/SINFONIA OF LONDON in
      Haydn Variations; Hebrides & Fidelio Overtures. [3 3/4 ips; Double-Play] Col DT2-5482(2).......... 12.00
45.*COVENT GARDEN OPERA: Anniversary Album. Excerpts from Carmen, Troyens, Daughter of
      the Regiment, Boris, Figaro, Otello, Boheme, Midsummer Night's Dream, Billy Budd, King
      Priam, Troilus & Cressida, Fidelio, Rosenkavalier, Elektra, Rheingold. Conducted by Kubelik;
      Solti; Walton; Bonynge; Downes; Goodall. London D-90152(2). ................................................... 25.00
46.*THE CANTERBURY PILGRIMS: A Description in Words & Music. Composed & arranged by
      John Hawkins & Richard Hill; Music by Gabrieli Brass; Narration by Martin Starkie.
      [Unusual item - my only other copy ever sold in 1995!] DGG DGC-9380. ....................................... 15.00
47.*THE GREATEST HITS OF ALL, #3:: Finlandia; New World Largo; Sabre Dance; Gaite Parisienne
      Finale; Grieg Concerto Mvt #1; Waltz of the Flowers; Bach Air; several more. Misc London
      artists including Solti; Kertesz; Horst Stein; Katchen; Karajan. [Pretty imposing title!!]
      London L-490243. ............................................................................................................................... 12.00
Open Reel's: Pianists
48.*HOROWITZ: Chopin - Sonata #2. Schumann - Arabesque. Liszt-Horowitz - Hungarian Rhapsody
      #19. Rachmaninov - Etude-Tableaux Op.33, #2; Op.39, #5. Col MQ-499. (minor box scuffs) ......... 12.00
49.*PERAHIA: Mendelssohn Concerti #1 & #2. Marriner/ASMF. Col 1R1-6390. .................................... 12.00
Open Reel's: Conductors
50.*BERNSTEIN: Overtures - William Tell, Zampa, Mignon, Raymond, Poet & Peasant. NYP. Col
       MQ-735. ............................................................................................................................................... 12.00
51.*BERNSTEIN: World's Greatest Marches - Sousa(6), Radetzky, Rakoczy, Marseillaise, Rule
       Britannia, Pomp #1, Aida, March Slav, Col. Bogey; 12 more. [3 3/4 ips, double-play tape] Col
       1R2-7272(2). ........................................................................................................................................ 12.00
52.*FIEDLER: "Gotta Travel On" - Leaving on a Jet Plane; Homeward Bound; six more popular songs.
       BPS. [3 3/4 ips] Polydor PRL-5035. ................................................................................................... 12.00
53.*KOSTELANETZ: Wonderland of Opera. Music from Tosca, Faust, Cav, Pag, Thais, Boheme,
       Butterfly, Aida, Traviata, Louise, Carmen, Samson, etc. Col CQ-558. .............................................. 16.00
54.*ORMANDY: Bach Album. Toccata & Fugue in d; Jesu; Fortress; Arioso; Little Suite; Fugue in g;
       Passacaglia & Fugue in c; Sheep; Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in C; etc. Ormandy/Phila. Col
       MGR-30072(2). ................................................................................................................................... 25.00
55.*STOKOWSKI: Fantasia - Soundtrack from the motion picture. BACH - Toccata & Fugue in d.
       BEETHOVEN - Excerpts from Pastoral Symphony. STRAVINSKY - Excerpts from Le Sacre du
       Printemps. PONCHIELLI - Dance of the Hours. SCHUBERT - Ave Maria. DUKAS - Sorcerer's
       Apprentice. TCHAIKOVSKY - Nutcracker excerpts. MUSSORGSKY - Night on Bald
       Mountain. Phila. [In true stereo from about 1939; two 7-inch reels of tape (equivalent to three
       LP's) encased in an LP-sized box with the lovely booklet (which in LP form was in a fold-open
       album) which includes eight stunning full-page (12x12") color prints from the film. Very
       unusual presentation, and the first copy of this I've ever seen!] Disneyland WDX-101(3). ............... 50.00

Open Reel's: Film Music
56.*ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS (Georges Delerue). Decca ST74-9174. (first time I've seen
      this tape) ............................................................................................................................................... 15.00
57.*LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (Jarre). Colpix CX-603. (legendary score; scarce tape - my first copy!) .... 35.00
58.*NEVER ON SUNDAY (Hadjidakis). United Art UATC-2225. (very minor box scuffs) ...................... 12.00
59.*ROZSA: Conducts His Great Film Music. From - Knights of the Round Table; Diane; Story of
      Three Loves; Young Bess; Thief of Baghdad; Double Life; Lost Weekend; A Time to Love and
      a Time to Die; Naked City. RPO. [D] DGG 3650 053-A. .................................................................. 24.00
60.*SOUND OF MUSIC (Rodgers; Hammerstein). Andrews; Plummer. RCA FTO-5033. .......................... 10.00
61.*SOUTH PACIFIC (Rodgers & Hammerstein). Brazzi (Giorgio Tozzi sings his part); Gaynor; Kerr.
      [3 3/4 ips] RCA TO3-1018. (minor box scuffs) .................................................................................. 10.00
62.*ZORBA THE GREEK (Mikis Theodorakis). 20th Century Fox TCC-4167.......................................... 12.00
Open Reel's: Musicals - Original Cast
63.*CAROUSEL (Rodgers & Hammerstein) - Raitt; Clayton; Darling. Decca ST74-9020. ...................... 12.00
64.*MAME (Original Broadway Cast). Angela Lansbury, et. al. Col OQ-853. (1st copy I've seen since
      1995!) ................................................................................................................................................... 12.00
65.*PURLIE: Original Broadway Cast. Ampex N-101................................................................................... 12.00
66.+SOUTH PACIFIC (Rodgers & Hammerstein). Martin; Pinza. Col OQ-1168. ........................................ 12.00
67.*TWO BY TWO (Rodgers; Stone; Charnin). Kaye; Kahn. Col SR-30338. .............................................. 12.00
Open Reel's: Miscellaneous Non-Classical
68.*50 GUITARS OF TOMMY GARRETT: Maria Elena. Liberty STL-14030-C...................................... 12.00
69.*ALL STAR FESTIVAL: 12 Great Popular Stars: Brothers Four, Dave Brubeck, Ray Conniff, De
       Vol, Percy Faith, Andre Previn, Mitch Miller, Kostelanetz, Les Elgart, 3 more. Col SQ-2. .............. 12.00
70.*ANDY WILLIAMS: Call Me Irresponsible and Other Hit Songs from the Movies. Col CQ-632. ...... 12.00
71.*BAJA MARIMBA BAND: Do You Know the Way to San Jose?. [3 3/4 ips] A & M AMX-150. ...... 10.00
72.*BARBRA STREISAND: A Happening in Central Park. [from live concert; June 17, 1967] Col
       CQ-1048............................................................................................................................................... 12.00
73.*BENT FABRIC: Alley Cat. [3 3/4 ips] Atco 148. ................................................................................... 10.00
74.*BENT FABRIC: Organ Grinder's Swing. [3 3/4 ips] Atco 164. ........................................................... 10.00
75.*BOBBY GOLDSBORO: Honey. United Artists UST-6642-C................................................................ 12.00
76.*DOROTHY DONNEGIN: "LIVE". Ten selections; tape claims one hour of play, so they must
       stretch out a bit. [3 3/4 ips] Tape-Mates TMS-60-01. ......................................................................... 10.00
77.*EL CHICANO: Viva Tirado. Kapp M-3632. .......................................................................................... 12.00
78.*FERRANTE & TEICHER: Beautiful... Beautiful. United Art UST-316-A. .......................................... 12.00
79.*FRED HARTLEY: His Twin Pianos. Richmond RPX-49003. ............................................................... 12.00
80.*GLEN GRAY/CASA LOMA ORCHESTRA: Today's Best. Twelve recreations of originals by
       Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Basie, Harry James, Kenton, Charlie Barnet, etc. Cap
       ZT-1938. .............................................................................................................................................. 12.00
81.*GUITARS UNLIMITED: Tender is the Night. [3 3/4] Capitol Y1T-173. ............................................. 10.00
82.*HARA'S BIG BAND: Hold On! [3 3/4 ips] Superscope 3-A012-N. ...................................................... 10.00
83.*LONDON POPULAR SAMPLER: Ten selections; two each by Ted Heath, Frank Chacksfield,
       Mantovani, Stanley Black & Edmundo Ros London LPQ-66000. .................................................. 12.00
84.*MEMBERS OF SHAW ORCHESTRA: Tribute to Artie Shaw. Crown ST-107.................................. 12.00
85.*MEMORIES OF THE ROARING 20S: Carol Channing; The Ragtime Rascals; The Collegians.
       Society LSS-1000-4T........................................................................................................................... 12.00
86.*PERCY FAITH: Viva! - The Music of Mexico. Col CQ-321.................................................................. 12.00
87.*RAY CONNIFF: Honey. Col CQ-1012. .................................................................................................. 10.00
88.*ROBERT DE CORMIER FOLK SINGERS: Dance Gal - Gimme the Banjo. Command RS 4T-
       865........................................................................................................................................................ 12.00
89.*ROGER WILLIAMS: I'll Remember You. Kapp KTC-41111. (minor box scuffs) .............................. 10.00
90.*THE TWIN STRING ORCHESTRAS: George Gershwin. Ten selections. Warren Edward
       Vincent, conductor. Pickwick P4T-403. ............................................................................................. 12.00
91.*THE VOGUES: Till. Reprise RST-6326-C.............................................................................................. 12.00
92.*VINNIE BELL, GUITAR & ORCH: 51Motion Picture Favorites. [double-play] Musicor MTR T-
       400(2). .................................................................................................................................................. 12.00
93.*YOU ARE THERE TONIGHT: A Complete Authentic Minstrel Show. Joseph Kuhn conducts an
       orchestra and members of the Lee Gordon group. Spectrum AST-200. ............................................ 12.00

Listings of LP's begin on 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."
94.*BACH: Mass in b. Marshall; Baker; Tear; Ramey; Marriner/ASMF & Cho. [Dutch pressings]
       Philips 6769 002(3). A- to A................................................................................................................ 14.00
95.*BACH: Passion According to Saint John. Thebom; Harrell; Addison; Chabay; Stern; Matthen;
       Robert Shaw/RCA Victor Orchestra; Shaw Chorale; Collegiate Choir. [Very fine copy (box
       too) of a very obscure and rare set - the first copy I've ever had!] RCA LM-6103(3). A--
       (superficial blemds cause little or no snd) ........................................................................................... 75.00
96.*BACH: St. John Passion. Lear; Topper; Haefliger; Prey; Engen; Richter/Munich Bach Orch &
       Cho. Archiv 2710 002(3). A- to A ...................................................................................................... 15.00
97.*BACH: St. John Passion. Schneit/Regensburger Domspatzen; Collegium St.Emmeram. [original
       instruments] Archiv 2710 027(3). A- to A(c/c) ................................................................................... 15.00
98.*BACH: St. Matthew Passion. Haefliger; Engen; Seefried; Fischer-Dieskau; Topper; Fahberg;
       Proebstl; Richter/Munich Bach Orch & Cho. [detailed notes booklet includes a few color
       facsimile pages of manuscript] Archiv 2712 001(4). A- to A ............................................................. 18.00
99. BACH: St. Matthew Passion. Laszlo; Roesel-Majdan; Cuenod; Rehfuss; Equiluz;
       Scherchen/Unidentified Orch & Cho. [Clearly Vienna-based; Barylli mentioned as violinist]
       West WAL-401(4). B+ ........................................................................................................................ 45.00
100.*BAX: Choral Music: Magnificat; The Summer is Coming; Five Greek Folksongs; This Worldes
         Joie; Mater Ora Filium; Of a Rose I Sing a Song; I Sing of a Maiden that is Makeless.
         Wilkinson/BBC Northern Singers. Hyperion A-66092. A-(German pressing) ............................. 10.00
101.*BECAUD (Gilbert; b.1927): Opera d'Aran. Carteri; Misciano; Gottlieb; Disney; Soyer;
         Pretre/PCO & Cho. [scarce; only in print 1963-67] [blue labels] Angel S-3637(3). A- ................ 27.00
102.*BEETHOVEN: Christ on the Mount of Olives. Peerce; Stader; Wiener; Scherchen/VSOO;
         Cho. West WST-17033. A- ............................................................................................................... 12.00
103. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Modl; Jurinac; Windgassen; Edelmann; Frick; Schock;
         Furtwangler/VPO; Cho. Sera IC-6022(3). A- ................................................................................. 15.00
104.*BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Jurinac; Peerce; Stader; Knappertsbusch/Vienna State Opera. [As
         issued, with synopsis, notes & session photo, but NL][fine copy except for light ticks off & on
         1/2 inch side 2; and brief, loud ticks sides 3 & 5] West WMS-1003(3). A-(but see preceding
         comments) ......................................................................................................................................... 23.00
105.*BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Jerusalem; Adam; Nimsgern; Altmeyer; Meven; Masur/Leipzig
         Gewandhaus Orch; Berlin Radio Cho. [dig] Eurodisc 300-712-445(3). A- to A ......................... 14.00
106. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Flagstad; Maison; Kipnis; Janssen; Huehn; Darcy; Walter/Metropolitan
         Opera. [Live; February 22, 1941; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 126(2). B ........... 20.00
107. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Jurinac; Peerce; Stader; Dickie; Neidlinger; Ernster;
         Knappertsbusch/BVRS & Cho. West XWN-3318(3). A- .............................................................. 32.00
108.*BEETHOVEN: Mass in C. Vyvyan; Sinclair; Lewis; Nowakowski; Beecham/RPO; Beecham
         Choral Soc. Capitol SG-7168. A- ..................................................................................................... 18.00
109.*BELLINI: I Puritani. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Cappuccilli; Ghiaurov; Bonynge/LSO. Lon OSA-
         13111(3). A- ...................................................................................................................................... 14.00
110.*BELLINI: I Puritani. Sutherland; Duval; Capecchi; Flagello; Bonynge/MMF. Lon OSA-
         1373(3). A- ........................................................................................................................................ 16.00
111. BELLINI: Il Pirata. Callas; Ferraro; Ego; Sarfaty; Watson; Peterson; Rescigno/American
         Opera Society. [Live, Carnegie Hall; January 27, 1959; English notes included; libretto
         Italian only] Replica ARPL-22487(2). A- ......................................................................................... 19.00
112.*BERG: Wozzeck. Berry; Strauss; Uhl; Doench; Weikenmeier; Boulez/Paris Opera. Col M2-
         30852(2). A- ...................................................................................................................................... 14.00
113.*BERLIOZ: Beatrice & Benedict. Veasey; Cantelo; Watts; Mitchinson; Cameron; Shirley-Quirk;
         Davis/LSO; St. Anthony Singers. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-256/7(2). A- .................................................. 9.00
LP's : Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
114. BERLIOZ: Romeo & Juliet. Swarthout; Garris; Moscona; Toscanini/NBC; Cho. [Live, February
        1947] [WD labels] RCA LM-7034(2). A- ......................................................................................... 28.00
115.*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 .................................................................................................................................. 16.00
116.*BERLIOZ: Trojans (complete!) Vickers; Veasey; Lindholm; Davis/ROHCG. Philips 6709
        002(5). A- to A .................................................................................................................................. 16.00
117.*BIBALO (Antonio): Ghosts (after Ibsen). Thallaug; Sandve; Lindhjem; Heggen; Berntsen;
        Ingebretsen/Bergen Symphony. Norwegian Composers NC-4907(3). A- to A ............................. 27.00
118.*BIZET: Carmen. Crespin; Pilou; Py; Van Dam; Lombard/Strasbourg Philharmonic; Opera
        du Rhin Cho. Erato STU-70900/2(3). A-......................................................................................... 14.00
119.*BIZET: Don Procopio. Valaitis; Dobrin; Kostantinova; Sakharova; Yesipov/Radio Orch &
        Cho. [NL; notes in Cyrillic only] Melodiya 33 CM-04449/52(2). A- .............................................. 25.00
120. BIZET: Ivan IV. LaFont; Legay; Cottrail; Lovalo; Micheau; Le Compte/unidentified orch &
        cho. [Live; blank jackets; no notes or libretto] Unique Opera UORC-135(2). B+ ........................... 16.00
121. BIZET: Les Pecheurs de Perles. Alarie; Simoneau; Bianco; Depraz; Fournet/Lamoureux
        Orch; Brasseur Cho. Epic SC-6002(2). A- to B+(AUTOGRAPHED by Fournet in libretto
        booklet) .............................................................................................................................................. 35.00
122.*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- ................................................................................................................. 10.00
123.*BLITZSTEIN: The Airborne Symphony. Orson Welles, narrator; Velis, ten; Watson, bar;
        Bernstein/NYP; Choral Art Soc. Col M-34136. A-(demo copy; minor cover scuffs) ................... 12.00
124.*BLOCH: Sacred Service. Merrill; Bernstein/NYP; Chos. Col MS-6221. A-(early "2-eyes"
        labels) .................................................................................................................................................. 9.00
125. BOITO: Nerone. Picchi; Petri; Guelfi; Lazzarini; De Cavalieri; Caouana/Teatro San Carlo.
        [Live, 1957; with illustrated booklet, but NL] Cetra LO-56(4). A- .................................................. 24.00
126.*BOLDEMANN (Laci; 1921-69): Epitaphs (11 songs). Hagegard; Lindenstrand; Nordin;
        Klobucar/Swedish Radio Sym. Phono Suecia PS-29. A- ............................................................... 13.00
127. BONTEMPI: Il Paride. Orel; Lazzari; Minetto; Trama; Rizzoli; Franci/RAI Rome. [Live, 1963;
        with notes & synopsis, but NL] Voce 62(3). A-................................................................................ 14.00
128.*BOUGHTON (Rutland; 1978-1960): The Immortal Hour. Dawson; Taylor; Davies; Wilson-
        Johnson; Bryson; Melville/ECA; Mitchell Cho. [dig; DMM] Hyperion A-66101/2(2). A- ........... 18.00
129.*BRITTEN: Peter Grimes. Vickers; Harper; Summers; Davis/ROHCG. Philips 6769 014(3). A-
        to A .................................................................................................................................................... 12.00
130.*BRITTEN: Songs & Proverbs of William Blake (Fischer-Dieskau; Composer, piano); Six
        Holderlin Fragments (Pears; Composer, piano); The Poet's Echo (Vishnevskaya;
        Rostropovich, piano); Phaedra (Janet Baker; Bedford/ECO). [Dutch pressing] London 417
        313-1. FS ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
131. BRUCKNER: Mass in d. Brinton; Dracksler; Blankenship; Guthrie; F. C.Adler/Vienna Orch.
        SPA 72. A-......................................................................................................................................... 25.00
132.*BURGON (Geoffrey; b.1941): Requiem. Smith; Murray; Rolfe-Johnson; Hickox/City of
        London Sinfonia; LSO Cho. [dig; Dutch pressing] Argo ZRDL-1007. A- to A .............................. 9.00
133.*CASTIGLIONI (Niccolo; b.1932): 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 ............................................................... 13.00
134. CATALANI: La Wally. Tebaldi; Tozzi; Scotto; del Monaco; Gardino; Guelfi; Giulini/La Scala.
        [live; 12-7-53; no notes, NL: as issued] HRE 382(2). A- ................................................................. 15.00
135. CATALANI: Loreley. Di Cavalieri; Rina Gigli; Neate; Guelfi; Corella; Simonetto/RAI Orch &
        Cho. [Live; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 201(2). B .............................................. 19.00
136.*CROSSE (GORDON): Purgatory. Bodenham; Hargreaves; Lankester/Royal Northern College
        Orch & Cho. Argo ZRG-810. FS(c/c) ............................................................................................. 10.00
LP's : Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
137.*DALLAPICCOLA: Sicut Umbra; Tempis Destruendi/Tempis Aedificandi. CHRISTOPHER
        SHAW: A Lesson from Ecclesiastes. Michelow; Young; Noble; Bertini & Poole/London
        Sinfonietta; BBC Sym & Singers. Argo ZRG-791. A-(c/c; brief, very light thumps beg sd 1) ..... 12.00
138.*DEBUSSY: Songs (20: Proses Lyriques; Trois Poemes de Mallarme; Sept Poemes de Banville;
        six more. Anne-Marie Rodde, soprano; Lee, piano. [dig; DMM] Etcetera ETC-1048. A- to A .... 13.00
139.*DELIUS: Song of the High Hills; Songs (9). Lott; Walker; Johnson; Fenby/RPO; Ambrosian
        Singers (in Hills). [dig] Unicorn Kanchana DKP-9029. FS ............................................................. 10.00
140.*DITTERSDORF: Ester (oratorio). Kalmar; Tokody; Takacs; Horvath; Szekeres/Liszt Ch Orch;
        Budapest Madrigal Cho. Hungaroton SLPX-11745/6(2). A- ......................................................... 13.00
141. DONIZETTI: La Favorita. di Stefano; Simoniato; Siepi; Mascherini; Cellini/Palacio de las
        Bellas Artes, Mexico City. [Live; July 12, 1950; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera
        EJS 319(2). B..................................................................................................................................... 18.00
142.*DONIZETTI: Roberto Devereux. Sills; Ilosfalvy; Glossop; Wolff; Mackerras/RPO;
        Ambrosian Opera Cho. West WST-323(3). A- .............................................................................. 14.00
143.*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 ........... 13.00
144. DVORAK: Armida. Caballe; Schlott; Engels; Brambock; George Albrecht/Bremer Staatsoper.
        [Live, 1961; with English notes & synopsis, but NL] Foyer FO-1026(3). A- to A .......................... 27.00
145.*ELGAR: Scenes from the Saga of King Olaf. Cahill; Langridge; Cook Handley/LPO & Cho.
        [dig; DMM] EMI EX 27-0553 3(2). A- to A .................................................................................... 18.00
146.*ELGAR: The Dream of Gerontius. Pears; Minton; Shirley-Quirk; Britten/LSO & Cho; King's
        College Choir, Cambridge. London OSA-1293(2). A- .................................................................. 13.00
147.*ELGAR: The Spirit of England; Coronation Ode. Cahill; Collins; Johnson; Howell;
        Gibson/Scottish National Orch & Cho. [first recordings] British RCA RL-25074(2). A- ............ 14.00
148.*FAURE: Requiem. de los Angeles; Fischer-Dieskau; Cluytens/PCO; Brasseur Cho. Angel S-
        35974. A- ............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
149. FIBICH: Sarka. Podvalova; Havlak; Krasova; Veverka; Chalabala/Prague National Theatre.
        [with English notes and synopsis, but NL] Supraphon SLPV-156(3). A-- ....................................... 23.00
150.*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 ............................................ 13.00
151.*FLOTOW: Martha. Popp; Soffel; Ridderbusch; Jerusalem; Nimsgern; Wallberg/Munich Radio
        Orch; Cho. [quad; includes English notes & synopsis, but libretto German-only] Eurodisc 25
        422(3). A- to A .................................................................................................................................. 16.00
152. FOMIN (Evstignei; 1761-1800): Coachmen on Relay (excerpts?) Yamshchikina; Podstave;
        Matusov; Mironov; Galaktionov. [Russian-only information; I'm a little at a loss...] Melodiya
        C10-19625 009. A- ............................................................................................................................ 12.00
153.*FORMAN (Joanne): Songs (4; Woolf, soprano, w/harp & organ). LAWRENCE MOSS: Fantasy
        (Weigert, pf). ANDREW THOMAS: An Wasser Flussen Babylon (Composer & Violette,
        pf). Opus One #34. A- ....................................................................................................................... 13.00
154.*FOSS: Time Cycle. Addison; Improvisation Ch Ens; Bernstein/Col Sym. Col CMS-6280. A-
        (demo copy) ....................................................................................................................................... 12.00
155.*GANNE: Les Saltambiques. Micheau; Moizan; Roux; Amade; Massard; Carpentier;
        Dervaux/Orch & Cho. [French-only notes; NL] French Decca 115.071/72(2). A- ........................ 19.00
156.*GERSHWIN: Porgy & Bess. Albert; Dale; Shakesnider; Brice; Marshall; DeMain/Houston
        Grand Opera. RCA ARL3-2109(3). A- .......................................................................................... 14.00
157.*GLINKA: Ivan Susanin. Changalovich; Miladinovich; Startz; Glavachevich; Danon/Belgrade
        National Opera; Yugoslav Army Cho. Decca GOS-646-648(3). A- to A ..................................... 19.00
158.*GOLDMARK: The Queen of Sheba. Floyd; Kubiak; Reece; Anheisser; Hurney;
        Giovaninetti/Unnamed Company. [Live, New York; 3/26/1970] MRF S-56(3). A- .................... 39.00
LP's : Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
159.*HANDEL: Jephtha. Gale; Linos; Sima; Hollweg; Esswood; Thomaschke;
        Harnoncourt/Concentus Musicus Wien; Arnold Schoenberg Cho; Mozart-
        Sangerknaben. [orig ins] Telefunken 6.35499(4). A- to A(c/c) ...................................................... 19.00
160.*HANDEL: Passion. Stader; Moser; Esswood; Haefliger; Adam; Wenzinger/Regensburger
        Domchor; Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. Archiv 198 418/20(3). A- to A ..................................... 18.00
161.*HANDEL: Semele. Armstrong; Watts; Tear; Diaz; Palmer; Deller; Somary/ECO; Amor Artis
        Cho. [quad] Van VSQ-30022/4(3). A-(c/c) ...................................................................................... 13.00
162.*HANDEL: Solomon. Diaz; Armstrong; Tear; Palmer; Rippon; Somary/ECO; Amor Artis
        Chorale. Van VSD-71204/6(3). A-(c/c) ........................................................................................... 13.00
163.*HAYDN: Missa Sanctae Caeciliae. Popp; Soffel; Laubenthal; Moll; Kubelik/BVRS & Cho.
        [Live, 1982] [dig; DMM] Orfeo S-032822 H(2). A- to A................................................................. 16.00
164. HAYDN: Orfeo et Euridice. Sutherland; Gedda; Melas; Bachman; Bonynge/Unidentified
        Company. [Live; Vienna; May, 1967; with synopsis but NL - as issued??] MRF 9(2). A- ............ 21.00
165.*HEIDER (Werner; b.1930): Book of Hours (for 12 vocal parts & 12 winds; Soloists from
        SWDR Cho & Orch); Commission (for vocal part & ch orch; Pearson, bar; Ars Nova Ens);
        Symphony #1 (Bamberg Sym); Poster for Orchestra (Saarbrucken Radio Orch). Composer
        conducts in all. Thorofon Capella MTH-239. A- to A ...................................................................... 13.00
166.*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 ........................................................ 13.00
167.*HOIBY (Lee; b.1926): Beatrice. Nossaman; Lohr; Thomas; Clenny; Moritz
        Bohmard/Kentucky Opera Association Members; Louisville Orchestra Members. [notes
        included, but no libretto (as issued, I believe; the opera is in English)] Louisville LOU-603(2).
        A-(in blank jackets) ........................................................................................................................... 25.00
168. HONEGGER: King David. Michaud; Collard; Mollet; Herve; Composer/ORTF; Brasseur
        Choeur; Durufle, organ. [in early, oversize album] West WAL-204(2). B+(s/s) ........................... 35.00
169. HONEGGER: Nicholas de Flue (Davy, speaker; Brasseur Cho; Petits Chanteurs de Versailles);
        Rugby; Pacific 231. Tzipine/PCO (in all). Pathe FCX-187/188(2). A-(no notes; NL) ................... 19.00
170. HONEGGER & IBERT: L'Aiglon. Boue; Depraz; Bourdin; Lovano; Dervaux/Orchestre Radio
        Lyrique; ORTF Cho. [As issued, with synopsis but NL] Bourg BG-3004-5(2). A- to A .............. 16.00
171.*HUMPERDINCK: Hansel & Gretel. Grummer; Schwarzkopf; Metternich; von Ilosvay;
        Felbermeyer; PO; Choirs of Loughton High School for Girls & Bancroft's School. EMI
        SLS-5145(2). A- ................................................................................................................................ 15.00
172.*HUMPERDINCK: Hansel und Gretel. Springer; Hoff; Adam; Schroter; Schreier;
        Suitner/Staatskapelle Dresden. [with English notes, but NL] Telefunken SAT-22 521/22(2).
        A- to A ............................................................................................................................................... 15.00
173. JANACEK: Fron the House of the Dead. Jongsma; Scheffer; Mantgem; Trirum; Gorin;
        Krannhals/Netherlands Opera. [live; Holland Festival, 1954] Epic SC-6005(2). B++(light
        1/4-inch scr nest, sd 4) ....................................................................................................................... 15.00
174. JANACEK: The Makropoulos Case. Prylova; Zidek; Vonasek; Tattermuschova; Berman;
        Gregor/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50 811/12(2). A- ...................................... 20.00
175.*JORA (Mihail): Songs (22). Misc vocalists & pianists. [Notes in Roumanian & French only]
        Electrecord ECE-01345. A-............................................................................................................... 13.00
176.*JOSEPHS (Wilfred; b.1927): Requiem for Bass-Bartione, Chorus, String Quintet & Orchestra.
        Dawe; Adelaide String Quartet; Measham/Adelaide Sym & Cho. [dig] Unicorn Kanchana
        DKP-9032. FS ................................................................................................................................... 10.00
177.*JOSTEN (Werner; 1885-1963): Concerto Sacro I-II. Del Tredici, piano obbligato;
        Stokowski/American Sym. CRI SD-200. A- ................................................................................... 16.00
178.*KOKKONEN (Joonas): The Last Temptations. Talvela; Auvinen; Ruohonen; Koskinen;
        Lehtinen; Soderblom/Savonlinna Opera Festival. [recorded 1977; live (?)] DGG 2740
        190(3). A- to A .................................................................................................................................. 27.00
179.*LEGUERNEY (Jacques; b.1906): Songs, Vol 2 (29). Massell, soprano; Ollmann, baritone;
        Dibbern, pf. Harmonia Mundi HMC-1172. A- to A ......................................................................... 13.00
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180.*LIST (Garrett): Your Own Self. LaBarbara, Clayton & Kaplan, voices; Instrumental Ens. Opus
        One #15. A- ....................................................................................................................................... 13.00
181.*LISZT: Die Legende von der Heiligen Elisabeth. Niska; Allen; McIntyre; Gramm;
        Boulez/Unidentified Orch. [Live; with notes & synopsis, but NL] IGS 083/84(2). A- .................. 15.00
182.*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 .................................................................................................................................. 13.00
183.*LOEWE: Lieder & Balladen (17). Fischer-Dieskau; Holl, piano. [dig; DMM] Teldec 6.43753.
        A- to A ............................................................................................................................................... 13.00
184.*LOPES-GRACA (Fernando): Song Cycles - As Maos e os Frutos (Hands nand Fruites); Mar de
        Setembro (Sea of September). Seraphim, ten7; Composer, pf. [Texts Portuguese only]
        Portuguese EMI 8E063-40394. A- .................................................................................................... 13.00
185.*MARTIN (Frank): Six Monologues from Jedermann; Three Excerpts from The Tempest.
        Fischer-Dieskau; Composer/BPO. DGG 2543 819. A- to A ............................................................. 9.00
186. MASSENET: Cherubin. Buchan; Delanges; Command; Devost; Vierne; Marty/French Radio
        Orch & Cho. [Broadcast, 1980; NL] Anna 1054(2). A- .................................................................. 16.00
187. MASSENET: Herodiade. Caballe; Carreras; Vejzovic; J.Pons; Delacote/Barcelona (Live, 1-2-
        1982). [With notes & synopsis but NL; Caballe's & Carreras 1st times in these roles]
        Legendary LR-203(3). A- .................................................................................................................. 27.00
188.*MASSENET: Manon. Cotrubas; Kraus; Quilco; Van Dam; Plasson/Orch & Cho of Capitole de
        Toulouse. [dig] Angel DSCX-3946(3). A- ....................................................................................... 15.00
189. MASSENET: Manon. Feraldy; Rogatchewsky; Guenot; De Creus; Gaudin; Vavon; Rambert;
        Bernadet; Vieuille; Cohen/Paris Opera Comique. [orig oversized album; supeb condition;
        libretto added] Entre EL-6(3). B+ ..................................................................................................... 30.00
190. MASSENET: Manon. Freni; Pavarotti; Maag/unidentified company. [Live, 1969; perhaps more
        information inside box, but I don't want to break the factory seal] HRE 332(3). FS ........................ 25.00
191. MASSENET: Manon. Heldy; Marny; Ponzio; Coffier; Dupre; Sibille; Busser/Orch. [recorded
        1923; with English notes, but NL] Bourg BG-4006/8(3). A-(odd pressing blem causes only
        few lt tks sd 6) ................................................................................................................................... 20.00
192.*MASSENET: Sapho. Doria; Sirera; Ory; Legos; Waisman; Boutry/Orchestre Symphonique de
        la Garde Republicaine. Peters PLE-129/31(3). A- ......................................................................... 19.00
193.*MASSENET: Sapho. Doria; Sirera; Ory; Legros; Waisman; Boutry/Orch de la Garde
        Republicaine. [quad] Pathe Marconi 2C167-16203/5(3). A- to A ................................................... 25.00
194.*MASSENET: Thais. Doria; Collard; Massaro; Senechal; Etcheverry/Orch & Cho. [French-
        only notes; NL] Vega 8.037/39(3). A- to A ...................................................................................... 21.00
195. MASSENET: Thais. Bourdin; Giraudau; Roux; Boue; Monmart; Sebastian/Paris Opera. [with
        vintage libretto from Chicago Opera Association] Urania URLP-227(3). A--(only occ lgt
        swish fr odd pressing blem sd 2) ....................................................................................................... 18.00
196.*MCKUEN: The City (McKuen, narr); I Hear America Singing (Seibel, soprano; McKuen,
        narr). Mester/Louisville Orch (in both). Louisville LS-732. A- ..................................................... 12.00
197.*MENDELSSOHN: Symphony #2 (Ghazarian; Gruberova; Krenn); Die Erste Walpurgisnacht
        (Laubenthal; Krause; Sramek; Lilowa). Dohnanyi/VPO; Cho (in both). [obscure issue]
        London CSA-2250(2). A-(c/c) .......................................................................................................... 16.00
198. MENOTTI: Amahl and the Night Visitors. Allen; Kuhlmann; McKinley; Aiken; Lishner;
        Monachino; Schippers/Orch & Cho. [Orig cast, 1951 premiere] RCA LM-1701. A--
        (Canadian Shaded-Dog pressing) ...................................................................................................... 14.00
199.+MENOTTI: Amelia al Ballo. Carosio; Panerai; Prandelli; Amadini; Sanzogno/La Scala. [
        probably electronic stereo, but it does not sound peculiar; Italian-only notes] Italian EMI
        C063-01334. A- to A ......................................................................................................................... 14.00
200. MERCADANTE: Il Bravo. Washington; Sinimberghi; Savastano; Jones; Ferro/unidentified
        company. [Live; NL; blank jackets] Unique Opera UORC-318(3). A- ........................................... 21.00
201.*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 ........................ 14.00
202.+MESSAGER: Veronique. Boue; Bourdin; de Rieux; Marquet; Moizan; Mallet; Dervaux/Orch
        & Cho. [French-only notes; NL] French IPG 115.194/95(2). A- ..................................................... 12.00
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203.*MONIUSZKO: Songs (21). Zylis-Gara, soprano; Ivaldi, piano. Rodolphe RP-12424. A- to A ......... 13.00
204.*MONTEVERDI: Vesperai Mariae Virginis; Magnificat I/II; Missa "In illo Tempore".
        Esswood; Smith; Partridge; Elwes; Thomas; Keyte; Schneidt/Ens. Archiv 2723 043(3). A- to
        A(c/c) ................................................................................................................................................. 15.00
205.*MOZART: Cosi fan Tutte. Vaness; Ziegler; Aler; Duesing; Haitink/LPO; Glyndebourne Cho.
        [dig; DMM] Angel DSC-47727(3). A- to A(c/c) .............................................................................. 17.00
206. MOZART: Don Giovanni. Pinza; Rethberg; Borgioli; Lazzari; Helletsgruber; Walter/Vienna
        State Opera. [Live, Salzburg Festival; 8-2-1937; no notes; NL; filler on final side: Rethberg
        in arias from Figaro & Magic Flute (1926)] Operatic Archives OPA-1048-50(3). A- ..................... 27.00
207. MOZART: Don Giovanni. Gobbi; Junz; Greindl; Dermota; Welitsch; Schwarzkopf; Seefried;
        Furtwangler/VPO; VSO Cho. [Live, 1950; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS
        419(3). B+(fine pressing for EJS!) .................................................................................................... 25.00
208. MOZART: Don Giovanni. Verna; Gavazzi; Ribetti; Taddei; Valletti; Tajo; Rudolf/RAI Torino.
        [Notes and libretto in Italian only] Cetra 1253(3). A- to B+ ............................................................. 25.00
209. MOZART: Entfuhrung aus dem Serail. Korner; Piltti; Beilke; Erb; Strienz;
        Steiner/Reichsender Opera, Berlin. [Live, 1936; NL; blank jackets] ANNA 1019(2). A- ........... 25.00
210.*MOZART: Il Re Pastore (unabridged). Schreier; Mathis; Auger; Ghazarian; Krenn;
        Hager/Salzburg Mozarteum Orch. BASF 59 22043-5(3). A- to A ............................................... 14.00
211.*MOZART: Il Re Pastore. Schreier; Mathis; Auger; Krenn; Ghazarian; Heger/Salzburg
        Mozarteum Orch. BASF KBL-22043(3). A- .................................................................................. 15.00
212.*MOZART: La Betulia Liberata. Ahnsjo; Finnila; Lovaas; Vogel; Negri/Berlin Chamber
        Orchestra & Radio Cho. Philips 6703 087(3). A- to A(c/c) ........................................................... 16.00
213.*MOZART: Le Nozze di Figaro. Evans; Grist; Berganza; Bacquier; M.Price; Hollweg; te
        Kanawa; Klemperer/NPO; Alldis Choir. [Includes English notes, but libretto Italian &
        German only; Deutscher Schallplatten Preis] Electrola 1C191-02134/7(4). A- ............................... 25.00
214.*MOZART: The Magic Flute (in Swedish). Cold; Kostlinger; Saeden; Nordin; Hagegard;
        Eriksson; Urrila; Ericson/Swedish Radio Orch & Cho. [Original soundtrack of Ingmar
        Bergman's 1975 motion picture; libretto includes commentaries by Bergman] BBC REK-
        223(3). A- .......................................................................................................................................... 32.00
215.*MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godounov. Ghiuzelev; Penkova; Bodurov; Markov; Naidenov/Sofia
        Opera. [notes & libretto in French only] Harmonia Mundi HMU-4-144(4). A-(former owner's
        name in neat ink on boxr) .................................................................................................................. 20.00
216.*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 ............................. 13.00
217.*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 .................................................. 16.00
218. OFFENBACH: La Perichole. Lafaye; Vivalda; Linval; Monteil; Disney; Noguera; Beniot;
        Markevitch/Lamoureux Orch; Duclos Cho. [no notes or libretto] Pathe FCX-786/87(2). A-
        to B+(varies) ...................................................................................................................................... 18.00
219.*ORFF: Carmina Burana. Janowitz; Stolze; Fischer-Dieskau; Jochum/Berlin Opera Orch &
        Cho. [in fold-open album] DGG 139 362. A- to A ........................................................................... 12.00
220.*ORFF: Catulli Carmina. Blegen; Kness; Ormandy/Phila; Temple Univ Chos. Col MS-7017.
        A-("2-eyes")......................................................................................................................................... 7.00
221.*ORFF: Der Mond. Buchner; Teschler; Lunow; Klotz; Terzibaschian; Kegel/Leipzig Radio
        Orch & Cho. Philips 6700 083(2). A- to A ...................................................................................... 18.00
222. PACINI: Saffo. Gencer; Quilco; Mattiucci; Del Bianco; Capuana/Teatro San Carlo, Naples.
        [Live; April 7, 1967; blank box] Golden Age of Opera EJS 404(2). B+(very fine pressing for
        EJS!) .................................................................................................................................................. 25.00
223.*PANUFNIK: Universal Prayer. Cantelo; Watts; Mitchinson; Stalman; Stokowski/Louis Halsey
        Singers; Kynaston, organ; Watkins, Korchinska & Bonifacio, harps. Unicorn RHS-305. A- .... 16.00
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224.*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- .................................................................................................................................... 16.00
225.*PENDERECKI: St. Luke Passion. Woytowicz; Hiolski; Ladysz; Bartsch; Czyz/Cologne Radio
        Chorus & Orchestra. Harmonia Mundi 1C157-99 660/61(2). A- to A .......................................... 20.00
226.*PETERSON-BERGER: Songs (25). Jonth, soprano; Brilioth, tenor; Alin, piano. Bis LP-42. A-
        to A ...................................................................................................................................................... 9.00
227.*PFITZNER: Von Deutscher Seele. Habereder; Most; Protschka; von Halem;
        Hollreiser/Dusseldorf Sym & Cho. [Live, c.1986] Schwann 114 027 H(2). A- ............................ 16.00
228.*PUCCINI: Tosca. Price; de Stefano; Taddei; Karajan/VPO; Cho. [Culshaw; from RCA LDS-
        7022 Soria-series issue] London OSA-1284(2). A- to A(lovely Dutch pressings) ........................... 13.00
229.*PUCCINI: Tosca. Tebaldi; Del Monaco; London; Corena; Maionica; De Palma; Molinari-
        Pradelli/ASCR. London OSA-1210(2). A- ...................................................................................... 13.00
230.*PURCELL: Choral Works: Evening Service; Canticles from Morning & Evening Service; Te
        Deum & Jubilate; 13 Anthems. Preston/Christ Church Cathedral Cho; English Concert.
        Archiv 2723 076(3). A- to A ............................................................................................................. 25.00
231. PURCELL: Dido & Aeneas. Flagstad; Jones/Mermaid Theatre Company, London. [in box
        with libretto; only in print 8/52 - 2/57] RCA LHMV-1007. B+ ....................................................... 10.00
232.*RABAUD: Marouf. Lecocq; Blanzat; Petri; Loup; Arnaud; Marchisio; Etcheverry/Loire Phil;
        Cho. Peters PLE-061/63(3). A- ......................................................................................................... 19.00
233.*RACHMANINOFF: The Covetous Knight (Kuznetsov; Usmanov; Budrin; Dobrin; Yakovenko;
        Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio); Isle of the Dead. (Svetlanov/USSR Sym). Mel-Angel
        SRBL-4121(2). A- ............................................................................................................................. 16.00
234.*RANDS (Bernard; 1934): Canti del Sole; Canti Lunatici. Sperry, tenor; Planamura, soprano;
        Composer/SONOR Ens, UCSD. CRI SD-524. FS ............................................................................ 12.00
235.*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 ..................................................................................................................................... 14.00
236.*RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Snow Maiden (called "Snegourotchka" in this French issue).
        Arkhipova; Vedernikov; Sokolik; Boudrine; Fedoseyev/USSR Radio-TV Orch & Cho.
        [French-only libretto] Le Chant du Monde LDX-78645/48(4). A- to A ........................................... 19.00
237. ROCCA: Monte Ivnor. Gencer; Colzani; Algorta; Gavarini; Armando La Rosa Parodi/orch &
        cho. [Live, no date given; NL; bl covs] Golden Age of Opera EJS 408(2). B(bubbly pressing,
        but not bad for an EJS) ...................................................................................................................... 24.00
238.*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- ....................................................................................................................... 13.00
239. ROSSINI: L'Italiana in Algeri. Horne; Petri; Bottazzo; Tavolaccini; Franci/Unidentified Orch
        & Cho. [Live, 1968; NL; blank jackets] Anna 1009(2). A-.............................................................. 15.00
240.*ROSSINI: L'Italiana in Algeri. Berganza; Alva; Corena; Panerai; Varviso/MMF. London
        OSA-1375. A-.................................................................................................................................... 16.00
241. ROSSINI: L'Italiana in Algeri. Berganza; Petri; Falachi; Palombini;; Sanzogno/RAI Milan.
        [Live, 1957; prob w/English notes, Italian-only libretto] Movimento Musica 03 006(3).
        FS(plastic frayed; box unopened) ...................................................................................................... 18.00
242. ROSSINI: Semiramide. Sutherland; Simionato; Raimondi; Ganzarolli; Santini/La Scala. [Live,
        12/19/62][NL & plain box - as issued] EJS 259(3). B to B+ ............................................................ 18.00
243.*ROSSINI: Tancredi. P.Price; Francis; Stokes; Lewis; Perras/Centre d/Action Musicale de
        l'Ouest; London Voices. Peters PLD-017/19(3). A- ....................................................................... 15.00
244. ROSSINI: Tancredi. Rinaldi; Horne; Casoni; Casellato; Foti; Ferro/Unidentified Orch & Cho.
        [Live; NL; blank jackets] ANNA 1000(3). A- .................................................................................. 23.00
245. ROSSINI: Tancredi. Reynolds; Ralarico; Corradi; Roni; Rossi/RAI Milan. [Live, 1968; booklet
        includes synopsis, but NL] MRF 27(2). A- ....................................................................................... 25.00
246.*ROUSSEL: Evocations. Mrazova; Svehla; Jindrak; Kosler/CPO & Cho. Supraphon 1112 2454.
        A- ....................................................................................................................................................... 12.00
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247.*SALLINEN: The Horseman. Salminen; Valjakka; Erkkila; Valkki; Soderblom/Savonlinna
        Opera Festival Orch & Cho. [recorded at first performance, 1975] Finlandia FA-101(3). A-
        to A .................................................................................................................................................... 19.00
248.*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 ................................................................................................... 16.00
249.*SAYGUN (A.Adnan; b.1907): Yunus Emre (oratorio; Verebics; Panczel; Korondy; Blazso;
        Hungarian Radio-TV Cho); Five Songs for Mezzo-Soprano & Orch (Guyer).
        Simsek/Budapest Sym (in all). [Sung in Turkish; text translations included] Hungaroton
        SLPX-31077-78(2). A- to A .............................................................................................................. 14.00
250. SCHMIDT: Notre Dame. Schlichting; Proebst; Hopf; Scheppan; Muench; Altman/BVRS &
        Cho. VERDI: Macbeth (2 arias & 1 duet with Hongen & Ahlersmeyer). GERMAN
        RECITAL: Arias in German by Scheppan(Aida); Trotschel(Rosenkavalier, Don Giovanni &
        Katya); Lange(Cosi & Pique Dame); Berger(Hansel). [with English notes, but NL] Rococo
        1018(3). A-- ....................................................................................................................................... 25.00
251.*SCHOECK: Penthesilea. Smith; Janku; Scherler; Kostia; Hermann; Blankenship;
        Macal/Cologne Radio Orch. Electrola 1C165-99 781/2(2). A- to A .............................................. 19.00
252.*SCHOENBERG: Six Pieces for Male Chorus; Chamber Symphony #2. WEBERN: Cantata
        #1; Five Pieces for Orchestra. BERG: Four Songs, Op.2; Two Songs. Harper; Hamburger;
        Bertini/ECO; Prausnitz/NPO; John Alldis Choir. EMI (Odeon) PASD-2349. A- ...................... 12.00
253.*SCHONBERG: Jakobsleiter (Nimsgern; Mesple; Wenkel; Partridge; Shirley-Quirk; Rolf-
        Johnson); Erwartung (Janis Martin); Die Gluckliche Hand (Nimsgern); Lieder, Op.22
        (Minton). All with Boulez/BBC Sym; Cho. Instrumental works: Kammersinfonien #1 & #2;
        Drei Stucke (1910). All with Boulez/Ens Intercontemporain. CBS 79349(3). A- to
        A(German pressing) .......................................................................................................................... 30.00
254.*SCHONBERG: Moses und Aron. Reich; Devos; Lucas; Illavsky; Gielen/Austrian Radio Orch
        & Cho. Philips 6700 084(2). A- to A ................................................................................................ 14.00
255.*SCHONBERG: Moses und Aron. Mazura; Langridge; Solti/CSO & Cho. [dig; Dutch pressing]
        London 414 264(2). A- to A .............................................................................................................. 14.00
256.*SCHUBERT: Die Freunde von Salamanka; Der Spiegelritter. Mathis; Moser; Prey; Holl;
        Guschlbauer/BVRS & Cho. DGG 2707 126(2). FS ....................................................................... 13.00
257.*SCHUBERT: Lazarus; Messe en Sol. Armstrong; Welting; Chamonin; Johnson;
        Guschlbauer/Nouvel Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France & Cho. Erato STU-
        71442(2). A- to A(c/c) ....................................................................................................................... 13.00
258. SCHUBERT: Lieder. Limited Edition, eight-record set of EMI recordings from 1898 to 1952,
        covering 64 singers & 128 performances, compiled by Keith Hardwick. Inc 39-page booklet
        with a paragraph of notes on each singer, usually a photo as well, German/English texts of
        each song, and an introduction by Hardwick. The singers: Clegg, Knupfer, Nast, Goetze,
        Bispham, Naval, Walker, both Lehmanns, Ernst Wachter, Plunket-Greene, Pauline Cramer
        (one of five previously-unknown recordings recently found), Demuth, Strong, Sibiriakov,
        Hensel, Hesch, Slezak, Gerhardt, Henschel, Elizza, Metzger, Brodersen, Kipnis, McCormack,
        Onegin, Duhan, Hempel, Noordewier-Reddingius, Tauber, Seinemeyer, Vanni-Marcoux, van
        Diemen, Williams, Chaliapin, Culp, Panzera, Schone, Schorr, Giannini, Thill, Olszewska,
        Schumann, Behr-Schnabel, Erb, Ginster, Janssen, Metcalfe-Casals, Fuchs, Husch, Leider,
        Schiotz, Schwarzkopf, Pears, Ritchie, Patzak, Seefried, Hotter, Nielsen, Koreh, Fischer-
        Dieskau & Flagstad. Lovely! EMI RLS-766(8). A- ......................................................................... 58.00
259.*SCHUMAN (William): Concerto on Old English Rounds for Viola, Women's Chorus &
        Orchestra. McInnes; Bernstein/NYP; Camerata Singers. [scarce - in print only 6/78 to 10/80;
        TAS 13:90] Col M-35101. A-(c/c) .................................................................................................... 18.00
260.*SHIELDS (Alice): Six Songs from Poems of Neruda. GERASIMOS TSANDOULAS: Elia.
        MARTIN FRANK: L'Amour de Moy; Trois Chansons de Noel. Arnold, soprano;
        Emelianoff, vc; S.Gerber, pf; T.Gerber, fl; Liepa, pf. Opus One #83. A-......................................... 13.00
261.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Execution of Stepan Razin; Symphony #9. Gromadsky;
        Kondrashin/Moscow Phil; Cho. Mel-Angel SR-40000. A- .............................................................. 6.00
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262.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk. Vishnevskaya; Gedda; Petkov; Krenn; Tear;
        Valjakka; Rostropovich/LPO. Angel SCLX-3866(3). A- ............................................................... 24.00
263.*SILCHER (Friedrich): Songs & Choral Pieces 17). Dahmen/Sicher-Chor, Stuttgart. [German-
        only notes] London Internationl SW-99383. A-................................................................................ 13.00
264.*SMETANA: Dalibor. Pribyl; Kniplova; Svobodova-Janku; Jindrak; Svorc; Svehla;
        Krombholc/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50 971/3(3). A- ................................. 18.00
265.*SMETANA: Libuse. Kniplova; Berman; Soukupova; Bednar; Kroupa; Zidek; Subrtova;
        Krombholc/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50701/4(4). A- .................................. 20.00
266.*SOMERVELL (Arthur; 1863-1937): Maud; A Shropshire Lad (song-cycles). Wilson-Johnson,
        baritone; Norris, piano. Hyperion A-66187. A- to A ........................................................................ 13.00
267.*STANFORD: Songs from the Elfin Pedlar (and other songs - 25 in toto). Griffett, tenor;
        Benson, piano. [DMM] Hyperion A-66058. A- to A ........................................................................ 13.00
268.*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) ............................................................................................................................... 13.00
269.*STRAUSS: Die Schweigsame Frau. Adam; Burmeister; Scovotti; Schmidt; Haseleu;
        Janowski/Dresden Staatskapelle & Opera Cho. [quad] Angel SZCX-3867(3). A- ..................... 16.00
270. STRAUSS: Frau ohne Schatten. Rysanek; Hopf; Benningsen; Bohme; Koth; Metternich;
        Kempe/Bayerischen Staatsoper. [Live; Munich Festival, August, 1954; w/ English notes but
        NL] Melodram MEL-S-108(4). A-.................................................................................................... 27.00
271. STRAUSS (J): Die Fledermaus (in English). Pons; Welitch; Tucker; Kullman; Lipton; Brownlee;
        Ormandy/Metropolitan Opera. [pristine copy in later, regular LP-sized box] Col SL-108(2).
        A-("2-eyes" labels; lovely!) ............................................................................................................... 32.00
272. TCHAIKOVSKY: Eugene Onegin (abridged, in English). Amara; Elias; Tucker; Tozzi; Lipton;
        Amparan; Guarrera; Cehanovsky; Mitropoulos/Metropolitan Opera. Met Op MO-824(2).
        A- ....................................................................................................................................................... 21.00
273.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Iolanthe. Nesterenko; Mazourok; Atlantov; Sorokina; Valaitis;
        Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre. [with English notes & synopsis, but NL] Melodiya 33C10-08343-
        6(2). A- .............................................................................................................................................. 16.00
274. TCHAIKOVSKY: Mazeppa (sung in Italian). Olivero; Bastianini; Christoff; Poleri; de Palma;
        Perlea/Teatro Comunale di Firenze. [Live; June 6, 1954; booklet has photos, but NL] Cetra
        LO-43(3). A-...................................................................................................................................... 19.00
275.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Pique Dame. Atlantov; Milashkina; Levko; Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre. Col-
        Melodiya M3-33828(3). A-(demo copy) ........................................................................................... 16.00
276.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Queen of Spades. Arkhipova; Levko; Milashkina; Mazurok;
        Andzhaparidzye; Khaikin/Bolshoi Theatre. Mel-Angel SRD-4104(4). A- .................................... 24.00
277.*TELEMANN: Pimpinone. Spreckelsen; Nimsgern; Hirsch/Ensemble Florilegium Musicum.
        Telefunken 6.35285(2). FS ................................................................................................................ 15.00
278.*THEMMEN (Ivana): Ode to Akhmatova (Kraft, mezzo-soprano; Jones, piano). ROBERT
        EVETT: Piano Sonata (S.Gerber). Opus One #54. A- .................................................................... 13.00
279.*THOMAS: Hamlet. Allen; Barbaux; Hudson; Veasey; Christie; Hose/Manchester Camerata &
        Buxton Festival Cho [live; July 1980]. MRF S-169(3). A- ............................................................. 27.00
280. THOMAS: Hamlet. Dubuc; Portanier; Delvaux; Cooleman; Bert; Cuyckens/Royal Opera,
        Ghent. [Live, 1968; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 442(2). B ................................. 18.00
281.*TIPPETT: A Child of Our Time. Norman; Baker; Cassily; Shirley-Quirk; Davis/BBC Sym,
        Singers & Choral Soc. Philips 6500 985. A- to A ........................................................................... 10.00
282.*TIPPETT: Choral Music - 4 Songs from the British Isles; 5 Negro Spirituals from "A Child of
        Our Time;" nine more short works. Soloists; Cleobury/Schola Cantorum of Oxford.
        Oiseau-Lyre DSLO-25. FS .................................................................................................................. 9.00
283.*TIPPETT: The Knot Garden. Minton; Hemsley; Gomez; Barstow; Tear; Carey; Herincx;
        Davis/ROHCG. [notes, but NL (in English, of course)] Philips 412 707-1(2). A- to A .................. 16.00
284.*TIPPETT: The Vision of St. Augustine (Shirley-Quirk; LSO Cho); Fantasia on a Theme of
        Handel (Kichin, piano). Composer/LSO (in both). RCA RL-89498. A-(German pressing) .......... 10.00
LP's : Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
285.*TROGAN (Roland): The Seafarer. Wiederanders, bass; Woitach, piano. [As described in fold-
       open album: A piano fantasy and solo cantata adapted from a translation from the Anglo-
       Saxon by Ezra Pound; includes 7-inch bonus disc of poem read by Jean Sullivan] Opus One
       #5. A- ................................................................................................................................................. 13.00
286. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Song of Thanksgiving. Dolemore; Speaight; Boult/LPO; Luton
       Choral Soc. Side 2: Jean Pougnet is violin soloist in VW's Lark Ascending (also
       Boult/LPO). [10-inch] Parlophone - Odeon PMB-1003. A- ............................................................ 12.00
287.*VEA (Ketil; b.1932): Jiedna (Bolstad, soprano; Ingebretsen/Oslo Philharmonic); Godt at gra-
       masen song (Saeverud, recitation; Ch Ens). [notes and texts in Norwegian only] Philips 411
       149-1. A- to A.................................................................................................................................... 12.00
288. VERDI: Aida. Arangi-Lombardi; Capuana; Lindi; Borgioli; Pasero; Baccaloni; Molajoli/La
       Scala. [original oversized album is sturdy thanks to tape repair] Entre EL-3(3). A--(bit more
       snd start sd 6, but very fine) .............................................................................................................. 30.00
289. VERDI: Aida. Milanov; Bjoerling; Barbieri; Warren; Christoff; Perlea/Rome Opera. RCA VIC-
       6119(3). A- ........................................................................................................................................ 14.00
290.*VERDI: Aida. Price; Domingo; Milnes; Bumbry; Raimondi; Sotin; Leinsdorf/LSO; Alldis
       Choir. RCA LSC-6198(3). A- .......................................................................................................... 16.00
291. VERDI: Don Carlos. Fernandi; Jurinac; Siepi; Simionato; Bastianini; Karajan/Unidentified
       Company. [Live, 1958; NL] ERR 119(3). A-(side 5 is a little ticky in a few spots) ....................... 19.00
292. VERDI: Don Carlos. Christoff; Vickers; Gobbi; Brouwenstijn; Hangdon; Giulini/ROHCG.
       [Live, 1958; Italian-only notes & libretto] Paragon DSV-52008(3). A- to A ................................... 23.00
293.*VERDI: Don Carlo. Tebaldi; Bumbry; Bergonzi; Fischer-Dieskau; Ghiaurov; Solti/ROHCG.
       London OSA-1432(4). A- ................................................................................................................. 16.00
294. VERDI: Don Carlo. Caniglia; Schiutti; Rossi-Lemeni; Silveri; Previtali/RAI, Rome. Turnabout
       THS-65054/6(3). FS .......................................................................................................................... 12.00
295.*VERDI: Ernani. Price; Bergonzi; Sereni; Flagello; Schippers/RCA Italiana. [Mohr; Salvatore]
       RCA LSC-6183(3). A- ...................................................................................................................... 13.00
296. VERDI: Falstaff. Rimini; Tassinari; Tellini; Baudes; Monticone; Molajoli/La Scala. [original
       oversized album in excellent condition; added libretto] Entre EL-8(2). B++ ................................... 32.00
297.*VERDI: Giovanna D'Arco. Caballe; Domingo; Milnes; Erwen; Lloyd; Levine/LSO;
       Ambrosian Opera Cho. Angel SCL-3791(3). A-(c/c) .................................................................... 11.00
298.*VERDI: I Due Foscari. Ricciarelli; Carreras; Cappuccilli; Ramey; Gardelli/Austrian Radio
       Orchestra & Chorus. Philips 6700 105(2). A- to A ........................................................................ 14.00
299. VERDI: I Due Foscari. Guelfi; Picci; Gencer; Maddalena; Begali; Serafin/Theatre La Fenice,
       Venice. [Live, December 1957; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 155(2). B/B- ......... 14.00
300.*VERDI: I Lombardi alla Prima Crociata. Domingo; Deutekom; Raimondi; Lo Monaco;
       Malvisi; Dean; Gardelli/RPO; Ambrosian Singers. Philips 6703 032(3). A- to A(c/c) ................ 20.00
301. VERDI: I Vespri Siciliani. Cerquetti; Ortica; Christoff; Tagliabue; Truccato-Pace; Rossi/RAI
       Turin. [Live; date not given] SIDE 6: Ballet Music from Vespri (Erich Kleiber/Florence;
       live, 1951). MRF 92(3). A-(brief, minor snd beg sd 6 fr press blem; NL) ....................................... 23.00
302.*VERDI: Il Trovatore. Bonisolli; Kabaivanska; Cortez; Zancanaro; Bartoletti/Berlin State
       Opera. Acanta 794-23-301(3). FS .................................................................................................... 18.00
303. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Granforte; Carena; Pertile; Cattaneo; Darmassi; Sabajno/La Scala.
       [superb pressing of famous 1930 recording] EMI Italiana 3C153-17083/85(3). A- to A ................. 18.00
304. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Callas; Stignani; Penno; Tagliabue; Modesti; Votto/La Scala. [Live, 1953;
       booklet includes synopsis and fine production photos, but NL] MRF 78(2). A- .............................. 17.00
305. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Bastianini; Corelli; Parutto; Barbieri; Ferrin; di Fabritiis/Rome Opera.
       [Live; Berlin, 1961] Melodram MEL-050(3). A- to A ...................................................................... 21.00
306. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Caballe; Carreras; Cappuccilli; Ghiaurov; Bruscantini; Foiani;
       Patane/Unnamed company. [Live; Italy, 1978] Side 8: Excerpts from original (1862)
       version of Forza with Van Der Luct; Babini; Verbruccan; Simonetto/Unnamed company.
       HRE 255(4). FS(plastic frayed, but box unopened) .......................................................................... 12.00
307.*VERDI: La Traviata. Sills; Gedda; Panerai; Wallis; Fiorentini; Ceccato/RPO; Alldis Choir.
       Angel SCLX-3780(3). A- .................................................................................................................. 14.00
LP's : Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
308.*VERDI: Nabucco. Scotto; Ghiaurov; Manuguerra; Luchetti; Obraztsova; Muti/PO; Ambrosian
       Opera Cho. [quad] Angel SCLX-3850(3). A- ................................................................................. 20.00
309. VERDI: Nabucco. Milnes; Bumbry; Cossutta; Raimondi; Cortez; Santi/unidentifed company.
       [Live, 1979; w/notes but NL; Side 4: Grace Bumbry in scenes from Macbeth & Aida, 1973]
       Legendary LR-154(3). A- .................................................................................................................. 25.00
310. VERDI: Otello. Vinay; Schoeffler; Dermota; Jaresch; Greindl; Bierbach; Siegelinde Wagner;
       Furtwangler/VPO; VSO Cho. [Live; Salzburg, 1951; NL] IGI 342(3). A- ................................... 27.00
311. VERDI: Otello. Del Monaco; Tebaldi; Warren; Tozzi; Zampieri; Pergola; Votto/La Scala. [Live;
       January 7, 1954; Photos in booklet, but NL] Cetra LO-74(3). A-..................................................... 15.00
312. VERDI: Requiem. Schmidt; Repp; Thompson; Heard; Fountain/Oberlin Conservatory
       Orchestra; Musical Union. [rec May, 1957] Conservatory Records MU-2(2). B(most plays
       much better, but some scrs) ............................................................................................................... 12.00
313. VERDI: Simon Boccanegra. Tibbett; Rethberg; Martineli; Pinza; Warren;
       Panizza/Metropolitan Opera. Broadcast performance: January 21, 1939. [Deluxe Soria
       Series limited edition; the thirteenth (1986) in the Met's Soria Series of Historical Recordings
       made available only to generous Met donors ($125 or more); in sturdy mahogany plush
       slipcase with lavishly-illustrated 24-page book plus libretto] Metropolitan Opera-MET-13(3).
       A-(lovely!) ....................................................................................................................................... 100.00
314. VERDI: Stiffelio. Limarilli; Dominguez; Alberti; Prior; Maag/Teatro Regio, Parma. [Live; 12-
       29-1968; with nice booklet including notes, production photos & synopsis; THIS COPY
       ALSO HAS LIBRETTO, usually absent] MRF 32(2). A- ................................................................ 20.00
315. VERDI: Un Ballo in Maschera. Verna; Tagliavini; Tassinari; Valdengo; Erato; Questa/RAI
       Turin. Cetra B-1249(2). A-(spine label is partially torn) ................................................................. 13.00
316.*VIVALDI: EDIZIONI VIVALDI 10: Juditha Triumphans; Musica Sacra (4 Motets; Kyrie;
       Beatus Vir; Lauda Jerusalem; Domine ad Adiuvandum Me; Gloria; Salve Regina; Magnificat;
       Te Deum). Ameling; Giebel; Hamari; Finnila; Negri/ECO; Misc Chos. Philips 6768 016(8).
       A- to A ............................................................................................................................................... 20.00
317.*WAGNER: Das Rheingold (sung in English). Bailey; Belcourt; Stroud; Goodall/English
       National Opera Company. [Live] Angel SDC-3825(4). A-(British pressings) .............................. 25.00
318.*WAGNER: Der Ring des Nibelungen - An Introduction. Deryck Cooke explains and analyses
       Wagner's system of leitmotifs including 193 musical examples drawn from the Solti/VPO
       Ring cycle (in some cases recorded especially for this production). Side 6 includes
       performances of Siegfried Idyll and Kinderkatechismus with Solti/VPO; Vienna Boy's
       Choir. Includes 42-page booklet with extensive discussion with musical examples. London
       RDN-S-1(3). A- ................................................................................................................................. 25.00
319.*WAGNER: Der Ring des Nibelungen. Nilsson; Windgassen; Hotter; Flagstad; London;
       Svanholm; Frick; Solti/VPO. The four operas, individually boxed, then enclosed in slipcase
       along with a copy of producer John Culshaw's book, "Ring Resounding." Iconic recordings;
       first copy I've had of the complete collection with book. London RING-S(19). A- ......................... 75.00
320. WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Nissen; Noort; Reining; Sallaba; Wiedemann; Toscanini/VPO;
       VSO Cho. [Live; Salzburg Festival, August 1937; with English notes but NL] Accord ACC-
       150040(5). A- to A ............................................................................................................................ 31.00
321. WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Nissen; Noort; Reining; Sallaba; Wiedemann; Toscanini/VPO;
       VSO Cho. [Live; Salzburg Festival, 1937; includes English notes, but NL] Filler: Siegfried's
       Funeral Music; same artists; Salzburg Festival, 1934. Melodram MEL-012(5). A--(sds 3/4
       have annoying pressing bubbles)....................................................................................................... 15.00
322. WAGNER: Die Walkure (Act II, Scene 2; Act III. Runger; Rode; Friedrich; Consbruch; Weise;
       Aldor; Wolfgang Bruckner/Grosses Orchester des Reichssenders Konigsberg. [Recorded
       February 1938; German-only notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 153/154(2). A- ........................ 16.00
323.*WAGNER: Die Walkure (sung in English, hence "The Valkyrie.") Hunter; Remedios; Bailey;
       Curphey; Grant; Goodall/English National Opera Company. [live; quad] Angel SELX-
       3826(5). A-(British pressing) ............................................................................................................ 25.00
LP's : Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
324.*WAGNER: Gotterdammerung. Jung; Jones; Mazura; Altmeyer; Becht; Killebrew; Hubner;
       Boulez/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; dig] Philips 6769 073(5). FS ...................................................... 15.00
325.*WAGNER: Lohengrin. Thomas; Ludwig; Fischer-Dieskau; Grummer; Frick; Wiener;
       Kempe/VPO; VSO Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-3641(5). A-........................................................... 18.00
326. WAGNER: Lohengrin. Steber; Windgassen; Varnay; Uhde; Keilberth/Bayreuth Festival.
       Richmond RS-65003(5). A- .............................................................................................................. 30.00
327. WAGNER: Parsifal. Windgassen; Modl; London; Weber; Van Mill; Uhde;
       Knappertsbusch/Bayreuth Festival. [live, 1951] Richmond RS-65001(5). A- ............................. 30.00
328.*WAGNER: Siegfried. Jung; Jones; Becht; McIntyre; Hubner; Wenkel; Zednik;
       Boulez/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; dig] Philips 6769 072(4). FS ...................................................... 14.00
329. WAGNER: Siegfried. Aldenhoff; Varnay; S. Bjorling; Kuen; Pflanzl; Lipp; Karajan/Bayreuth
       Festival. [Live, 1951; German-only libretto] Foyer FO-1004(4). A- ............................................... 25.00
330. WAGNER: Tannhauser. Melchior; Flagstad; List; Darcy; Janssen; Thorborg; Harrell;
       Leinsdorf/Unnamed Company. [Live, 1941; presumably the Met; in blank box without
       notes or libretto] Die Goldene Aera Richard Wagners GAW-300(3). B+ to A- ............................... 45.00
331.*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- ............................................................................................................................ 13.00
332.*WALTON: The Bear. Sinclair; Shaw; Lumsden; Lockhart/ECO. [blue labels] Angel S-36477.
       A- ....................................................................................................................................................... 10.00
333.*WALTON: Troilus and Cressida. Baker; Cassilly; English; Luxon; Bainbridge;
       Foster/ROHCG. [recorded live] EMI SLS-997(3). A- to A ............................................................ 17.00
334.*WINCENTY (P. Rogeriusz; b.1933): Biblical Meditations. Flickenschildt, speaker;
       Veigl/Percussionsensemble & Ens "Synthese" Wien; Chos. [German-only notes] Aulos
       FSM-43 521/22(2). A- to A ............................................................................................................... 14.00
335. WOLF-FERRARI: Le Donne Curiose. Capecchi; Carturan; Micheluzzi; Pedani; Ratti;
       Simonato/RAI Orch & Cho. [blank covers; NL] Golden Age of Opera EJS 373(2). B to B+....... 30.00
336.*ZANDONAI: Francesca da Rimini. Kabaivanska; Domingo; Managuerra; Queler/Orch;
       Schola Cantorum. [booklet includes notes, synopsis and complete libretto] BJR S-137(3). A- .... 23.00
337.*ZEMLINSKY: Lieder (23). Kimbrough, baritone; Garben, pf. [dig] Acanta 40.23 509. A- to A ........ 13.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Highlights
338.*DONIZETTI: Lucia di Lammermoor (exc). Sutherland; Merrill; Siepi; Pritchard/ASCR.
        London OS-25702. A-(FFSS labels; blue-backed jacket) ................................................................. 10.00
339. GIORDANO: Andrea Chenier (excerpts sung in German). Rosvaenge; Domgraf-Fassbaender;
        Heidersbach; Wrana; Heger/Berlin State Opera. [recorded in 1942] BASF BB-21361. FS ............ 9.00
340. GIORDANO: Andrea Chenier (excerpts sung in German). Rosvaenge; Domgraf-Fassbaender;
        Heidersbach; Wrana; Heger/Berlin Opera. [recorded 1942] BASF 10 21361-7. A- to A ................ 9.00
341. MOUSSORGSKY: Boris Godounov (exc). Christoff; Bielecki; Gedda; Zareska;
        Dobrowen/ORTF. [only in print from 12/53 or 1/54 to 3/56] RCA LHMV-1052. B+ ................... 12.00
342. MUSSORGSKY: Boris Goudounov (exc). Christoff; Gedda; Bielecki; Zareska;
        Dobrowen/ORTF. [deleted 10/58] [PD labels] RCA LVT-1021. A- .............................................. 12.00
343. PUCCINI: La Boheme (exc in German). Eipperle; Gueden; Anders; Domgraf-Fassbaender;
        Steinkopf/Berlin Radio Orch. [recorded 1944] BASF 10 21496-6. A-.......................................... 11.00
344. SCHUBERT OPERA HIGHLIGHTS: Claudine von Villabella (Act I); Teufels Lustschloss;
        Freunde von Salamanka; Alfonso und Estrella. Hickel, Laubenthal, Zoimer, Krenn,
        Bergertuna, Guffstein. [Blank jacket] Unique Opera UORC-252. A- .............................................. 13.00
345. STRAUSS: Capriccio (exc). Ursuleac; Klarwein; Hotter; Hann; Krauss/Bavarian Opera Orch.
        [recorded 1942] BASF 10 21363-3. A- to A ..................................................................................... 10.00
LP's : Operatic, Choral & Vocal Highlights - continued
346. STRAUSS: Elektra (exc). Goltz; Hongen; Frantz; Solti/Bavarian State Orch. Decca DL-9723.
        A--...................................................................................................................................................... 16.00
347. VERDI: Aida (abridged). Milanov; Bjoerling; Barbieri; Warren; Christoff; Perlea/Rome Opera.
        [SD labels] RCA LM-6069(2). A-..................................................................................................... 13.00
348. VERDI: Don Carlos (exc). Klose; Lemnitz; Ahlersmeyer; Grossman; Hann; Rosvaenge;
        Schlusnus; Rother/Berlin Radio. [recorded 1941 & 1944] BASF 10 22318-1. A- ........................ 10.00
349. WAGNER: Die Walkure (exc). Melchior; Varnay; Traubel; Thorborg; Schorr; Leinsdorf/Orch.
        [Live, 1941; NL; blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera EJS 543. B+ ................................................. 12.00
350.*WAGNER: Tristan & Isolde (excerpts). Modl; Windgassen; Blatter; Rother/BSOO.
        Telefunken KT-11037/1-2(2). A- to A .............................................................................................. 12.00
351. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde (exc). Buchner; Klose; Hofmann; Lorenz; Prohaska;
        Heger/Berlin State Opera. [recorded 1942; German-only notes; NL] BASF 22 22316-7(2).
        A- to A ............................................................................................................................................... 14.00
352. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde (exc). Traubel; Melchior; Thorborg; Kipnis; Huehn;
        Leinsdorf/Orch. [Live; no date given; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 556(2).
        B+(very fine pressing for EJS!)......................................................................................................... 30.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections
353. AMERICAN SINGERS VOLUME I: Adini (Trovatore, Herodiade, Aida; songs of Braga,
        Samara); Hinkley (Lohengrin, Meistersinger, Gotterdammerung; Bowers song); Parkina
        (songs: Leoncavallo, Balfe, Dell'Acqua, Trad, Bishop, d'Hardelot); Maclennan
        (Tannhauser[2]); Lankow (Juive, Magic Flute). Rococo 5397. A- .................................................. 13.00
354. ARIAS & SONGS: Turner (Gioconda); De Muro Lomanto (Favorita); Lazaro (Osma); Groh
        (Opernball); Di Stefano (Denza); Nemeth (Tote Stadt); Melchior (Africana); Nash (Judas);
        Thill (Caccini); Roswaenge (Fidelio). [Private issue by Discount Records, Chicago; 1964]
        Cum Laude KM-1002. A-- ................................................................................................................ 12.00
355. AUSTRALIAN OPERA: Single LP entitled Great Australia Singers includes Melba/Brownlee
        (Traviata), Dawson (Faust), Stella Power (Lucia), Harold Williams (Faust), Margherita
        Grandi (Macbeth), Gladys Montcrieff (Maid of the Mountains), Clara Serena (Samson),
        Evelyn Scotney (Auber Manon Lescaut), Gertrude Johnson (Dinorah), Florence Austral
        (Aida), Arnold Matters (Simon), Frances Alda (Mefistofele) & Marjorie Lawrence
        (Brunnhilde's Immolation in French!) [Issue commemorates the opening of the Sydney Opera
        House (1973) and includes 68-page book and a portfolio of six prints with the disc in a
        slipcase] Australian Opera AO-1. A-(brief tks beg sd 1; minor slipcase scuffs) .............................. 19.00
356. GREAT BRITISH SOPRANOS: Selections sung by Agnes Nicholls, Miriam Licette, Joan Cross,
        Eva Turner, Mary Garden (Debussy accompanies on piano), Maggie Teyte(2), Isobel Baillie,
        Elsie Suddaby(2), Dora Labbette(3: Beecham accompanies on piano) and Gwen Catley. EMI
        HLM-7033. A- ................................................................................................................................... 12.00
357. ITALIAN VOCAL MUSIC ANTHOLOGY: Works of Caccini, Carissimi, Monteverdi, Rossini,
        Bellini, Donizetti, Ponchielli, Verdi, Boito, Leoncavallo, Puccini, Mascagni, Montemezzi,
        Cilea, Franchetti, Giordano & Refice. Very miscellaneous artists include the castrato
        Moreschi, Journet, Gilly, Piccaver, Pertile & Caruso. ASCO A-114. A- .................................... 12.00
358. METROPOLITAN OPERA: Met Centennial Collection - Recordings from 1935-1959. Excerpts
        from broadcasts of fifteen operas, featuring thirty-seven singers and eleven conductors.
        [Deluxe Soria Series limited edition; part of the Met's Soria Series of Historical Recordings,
        issued annually, which usually involved three-LP sets of famous broadcast performances of
        individual operas, made available only to generous Met donors of $125 or more. As a little
        change of pace, this 1984 issue, in sturdy red plush slipcase with lavishly-illustrated 52-page
        book with full texts and artist biographies, comprises five LP's, and required a contribution of
        $500 or more!] Metropolitan Opera-MET-100(5). A- .................................................................... 150.00
359.*MOZART OPERA FESTIVAL: Selections from Figaro, Magic Flute, Idomeneo, Seraglio, Cosi,
        Il Re Pastore, Don Giovanni. Popp; Fassbaender; Krenn; Krause; Jungwirth; Kertesz/Vienna
        Haydn Orch. London OSA-1297(2). A- .......................................................................................... 16.00
LP's : Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections - continued
360. OPENING NIGHTS AT THE MET: Historic Recordings of Metropolitan Opera Stars Re-
        creating Their Celebrated Opening Night Roles. Artists: Berger; Bjoerling; Bori; Caruso;
        De Luca; Destinn; Eames; Farrar; Flagstad; Galli-Curci; Homer; Jeritza; Martinelli; Melba;
        Melchior; Merrill; Milanov; Peerce; Peters; Pinza; Pons; Ponselle; Rethberg; Sayao; Scotti;
        Sembrich; Stevens; Tibbett; Traubel; Valletti; Vinay; Warren. [Limited edition album (this
        copy is #1169) includes lavishly-illustrated 50-page booklet w/a page of notes on each
        recorded aria & a listing of opening night operas & casts, 1883-1965; also includes a 2-inch X
        3-inch piece of the curtain from the Old Met; only in Schwann from October 1966 until May
        1967] RCA LM-6171(3). A- ............................................................................................................. 45.00
361. OPERA RARA SILVER JUBILEE GALA: Kings & Queens of England. Excs from Maria
        Stuarda(3), Roberto Devereux(2), Anna Bolena(2), Rosmonda d'Inghilterra, L'Assedio di
        Calais, Alfredo il Grande(2) & Il Castello di Kenilworth. J.Price; Harrhy; Tomlinson;
        Kenny; Hughes; Clark; du Plessis; Harre; Woodrow; Andrew; Arthur; Smith;
        Francis/London Philomusica [bl covs] Unique Opera UORC-356(2). A- ..................................... 16.00
362.*THE CONSORT OF MUSICKE: Seventeen songs and instrumental pieces for stage plays in the
        Shakespearian period by Dowland, Gibbons, Allison, Anonymous, etc. Vocalists: Schiotz,
        Peterson, Tobias, Harrell, Helen Boatwright. Beck/Ins Ens of recorders, viols, lute,
        pandora, cittern, etc. Col KL-5627. A-("6-eyes" labels) ................................................................... 14.00
LP's: Vocalists
363. AHLERSMEYER: Arias & Scenes fr Macbeth, Giovanni, Marriage, Traviata, Ballo, Don Carlo,
       Otello, Mantel, Arabella, Taming of the Shrew (Goetz), Tabarro, Tales. [recorded 1932-1944]
       BASF KBF-21488(2). FS .................................................................................................................. 12.00
364. ALBANESE: Arias - Butterfly, Carmen, Don Pasquale, Turandot(2), Manon Lescaut, Adriana;
       Songs - Scarlatti, Bellini(2), Denza, Buzzi-Peccia, Falvo-Fusco. [recorded 1936-46 (most
       1940)] Parnassus PAR-1001. A- ....................................................................................................... 13.00
365. AMATO: Arias - Puritani, due Foscari, Favorita, Rigoletto(2), Faust, Dinorah, Otello(2), Cav,
       Pag, Germania; song of de Curtis. [recorded 1911-14; German-only notes] Court Opera CO-
       346. FS ................................................................................................................................................. 9.00
366. AMATO: Arias - Rigoletto(3), Trovatore(20, Ballo, Dinorah, Favorita, Carmen(2), Jewels &
       Gioconda. [recorded 1911-14; German-only notes] Discophilia DIS-KG-A-2. A- ............................ 8.00
367.*AMELING: German Romantic Songs - Schumann(2), Schubert(2), Wolf(2), Mahler, Reger,
       Mendelssohn, Brahms(2), Franz, Strauss(4), Pfitzner, Loewe. Baldwin, piano. Philips 9500
       350. A- to A ....................................................................................................................................... 10.00
368.*AMELING: Mozart - Exsultate, Jubilate; Dulcissimum Convivium; Laudate Dominum; Concert
       Arias: K.217, 374 & 486a. Leppard/ECO. Philips 6500 006. A- to A(c/c) .................................... 10.00
369.*AMELING: Serenata - Songs: Tosti, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Dowlan, Quilter, Nakada, Marx,
       Schumann, Wolf, Satie, Hahn(2), Satie, Bizet, Gounod, Chabrier & Obradors(2). Jansen, pf.
       [dig] Philips 412 216. A- to A ........................................................................................................... 10.00
370.*AMELING: Souvenir - Purcell, Ives, Schoenberg, Hahn, Liszt, Britten, Vuillermoz,
       Rachmaninoff, Martin, Rossini, Rodrigo, Hullebroeck, Weldon, Canteloube, Sibelius &
       Nakada. Baldwin, pf. Col M-35119. A- ........................................................................................... 12.00
371. ANDERS: Arias - Magic Flute(2), Seraglio(3), Undine, Martha, Merry Wives, Fidelio,
       Boheme(3), Tabarro, Fanciulla, Manon Lescaut, Tales(3), Elisir. [Recorded 1938-46] BASF
       KBF-21491(2). FS ............................................................................................................................. 12.00
372.*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) ...................................................................................................................... 19.00
373.*ASPINALL (Michael): "The Surprising Soprano." Victorian Ballads(5), Italian Songs(3),
       Operetta Arias(3), seven more items. Kenny, piano. [Live recital, 1976; falsetto spoofs of
       famous singers of the past; only the second copy I've ever seen!] London OS-26537. A- ............... 20.00
374. ATLANTOV: Russian Songs - Abaza, Bulakov(3), Sherementiev, Gurilev(2), Malashkin, Listov
       & Obukhov. [Russian-only notes] Melodiya CM-04227-8. A-(509) ................................................ 10.00
375.*ATLANTOV: Songs of Tchaikovsky(7) & Rachmaninoff(9). Khalilova, piano. [Russian-only
       notes] Melodiya 33CM-03203-4. A-(occ tks sd 1) ........................................................................... 10.00
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376.*BAR (Olaf; bar): Schumann - Dichterliebe; Liederkreis. Parsons, pf. [dig; DMM] EMI DFO-
       38120. A- to A ................................................................................................................................... 11.00
377. BASTIANINI: Arias - Cav, Pag(2), Amico, Lodoletto, Maschere, Barber, Rigoletto, Otello,
       Ballo; Songs of Mercadante & Bossi. [rec 1956-63; no further details] Timaclub 18. A- ............... 15.00
378. BATTISTINI: Arias - Nozze, Giovanni, Maria di Rudenz, Paride ed Elena, Maria di Rohan,
       Favorita(2), Ernani, Rigoletto, Ballo(2), Don Carlos(2), Forza(2), Ruy Blas, Guarany,
       Gioconda, Re di Lahore, Tannhauser; Songs: Carissimi, Tosti, Alvarez(2), Denza, Giordani.
       [rec 1921-4; German notes] Court Opera CO-412/13(2). A- ............................................................ 16.00
379.*BATTLE: Berg - Lulu Suite. Gielen/Cincinnati Sym (who also play Lyric Suite). [dig] Vox
       VCL-9042. A-...................................................................................................................................... 8.00
380.*BERGANZA: Rossini Arias - Barber(2), Italiana(3), Stabat Mater, Semiramide, Cenerentola.
       Berganza; Gibson/LSO. London OS-25106. A-(FFSS labels; blue-backed cover) ........................ 10.00
381.*BERGONZI: Arias & Songs by Vivaldi(3), Scarlatti(5), Pergolesi, Caldara, Durante & Giordani.
       Lavilla, piano. HNH 4008. A- .......................................................................................................... 10.00
382.*BERGONZI: Arias - Aida, Luisa Miller, Forza, Trovatore, Ballo, Africana, Andreas, Adriana(2),
       Tosca(2), Manon Lescaut. Gavazzeni/ASCR. London OS-25075. A- ............................................ 12.00
383.*BERGONZI: Arias - Corsaro, Roi d'Ys, Arlesiana, Luisa Miller, I Lombardi & Mefistofele;
       Songs of Tirindelli, Tosti(2), Chopin, Cairone, Pietri, Peccia & De Curtis. Scalera, piano.
       [Live, 1984] [AUTOGRAPHED on back cover by Bergonzi & Scalera - former a bit faint &
       smudged] Bongiovanni GB-2502. A- to A........................................................................................ 14.00
384.*BERGONZI: Songs of Bellini, Verdi, Denza(2), Donizetti, Donaudy(2), Tirindelli, Rossini(2),
       Mascagni, Tosti(3), Buzzi-Peccia, de Curtis. Wustman, piano. Col M-34558. A-(demo copy
       w/cover timing sticker) ........................................................................................................................ 9.00
385.*BORG: Mussorgsky - Songs & Dances of Death (Klima/Prague Radio Sym); Songs (Holecek,
       piano [in 3]; Chalabala/Prague National Theatre Orch [in 4]). Supraphon SUAST-50390.
       A--........................................................................................................................................................ 9.00
386.*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- ............... 8.00
387.*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 ................................................................................................................ 15.00
388.*BRUSCANINI: Arias - Don Pasquale, Astuzie Femminili, Don Giovanni(2), Cosi(2), Nozze(2),
       Falstaff & Elisir; Two Tosti songs. Maestri, piano. [Live, 1981] Bongiovanni GB-13. A- .............. 9.00
389.*BUMBRY: Selections from "Carmen Jones." Webb; Babb; Welch; Baptiste; Alwyn/Orch &
       Cho. Heliodor HS-25046. A-- ........................................................................................................... 12.00
390.*CABALLE: Arias & Scenes - Cosi, Masnadieri, Corsaro, Tosca, Lucia, Elisabetta Regina
       d'Inghilterra. Misc cond/Orchs. Philips 9500 358. A- to A ............................................................. 12.00
391.*CALLAS: "La Divina" - Arias from Norma, Puritani, Turco, Cenerentola, Gioconda, Daughter,
       Ernani, Trovatore, Alceste, Figaro, Hamlet, Faust. Bonus disc has long (52 minutes) Callas
       interview with Edward Downes. [blue labels] Angel SCB-3743(3). A-(few very lgt tks in
       interview) ........................................................................................................................................... 19.00
392.*CALLAS: Verdi Arias - Otello(3), Aroldo(2), Don Carlo(2). Rescigno/PCO. [blue label] Angel
       S-36221. A- ....................................................................................................................................... 10.00
393. CALLAS: La Donna, La Voce, La Diva - Ten-record boxed set includes issues #1-#10 of this
       series of live Callas material, which also circulate separately; fold-open cover for each disc
       includes 16-page booklet w/many photos; notes in Italian only. Eight discs devoted to opera
       excerpts: Traviata (Giulini/La Scala); Norma (Votto/La Scala); Lucia (Serafin/RAI Rome);
       Trovatore (Votto/La Scala); Barber (Giulini/La Scala); Anna Bolena (Gavazzeni/La Scala);
       Ballo (Gavazzeni/La Scala); Macbeth (De Sabata/La Scala). Two discs are given to misc
       arias. A handsome production. Gli Dei Della Musica 1/10(10). A-(brief ticks in Anna &
       Trovatore) .......................................................................................................................................... 39.00
394.*CANGALOVIC (Miroslav; bass): Arias - Boris(2), Eugene Onegin, Prince Igor(2) & Ivan
       Susanin. Zupanic/Belgrade Opera. [notes in Yugoslavian only] Produkcija Gramofonskih
       Ploca STV-213324. A- ...................................................................................................................... 12.00
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395.*CARRERAS: "Merry Christmas" - 12 songs. Osterreicher/Vienna State Opera Chorus
        Members. CBS FM-42311. A- to A ................................................................................................... 8.00
396.*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 ............................................................................................................. 11.00
397. CARUSO: Complete Caruso, Volume 16 - 1919-20. Arias - Salvatore Rosa, Serse Juive,
        Africana, Rossini Petit Messe Solennelle(2) & Amadis de Gaule (Lully). Songs of Pasadas,
        Ciampi, Bartlett, De Crescenzo, Fucito, De Curtis, Bracco, Secchi, Gioe & Donaudy.
        [Stockham digital restorations] RCA ARM1-7008. FS(c/c) ............................................................. 10.00
398. CEBOTARI: Arias - Figaro(3), Rigoletto(2), Luisa Miller, Traviata(2), Boheme(2), Butterfly(2),
        Rosenkavalier (finale), Salome (finale). [Recorded 1938-1944] BASF 22 21483-4(2). FS ............. 16.00
399. CEBOTARI: Arias - Seraglio, Nozze, Don Giovanni(2), Rigoletto(2), Merry Wives, Faust,
        Boheme(2), Butterfly(3), Traviata, Pag, Ariadne, Gypsy Baron; Songs of J.Strauss, Arditi,
        Rachmaninoff, Alabieff & Mackeben. [recorded 1932-49] Electrola 1C147-29 118/119(2). A-
        to A .................................................................................................................................................... 18.00
400.*CERQUETTI: Arias - Aida, Vespri, Norma, Ernani, Nabucco, Tosca, Agnes von Hohenstaufen,
        Forza. Gavazzeni/MMF. Decca GRV-13. A- to A .......................................................................... 12.00
401.*CHIARA: Arias - Adriana(2), Andrea, Amico Fritz(2), Pag, La Wally(2), Iris(2), Loreley.
        Adler/National Phil. Decca SXL-6864. A-...................................................................................... 13.00
402.*CHIARA: Verdi Arias - Masnadieri, Vespri, Otello, Aida, Giovanna, Simon, Forza.
        Santi/ROHCG; Alldis Cho. Decca SXL-6605. A- ......................................................................... 11.00
403.*CORELLI: Arias - Andrea(2), Favorita, Tosca(2), Puritani, Manon Lescaut, Adriana, Turandot,
        Ugonotti & Gioconda. Ferraris/Orch. Italian EMI 3C063-50101. A- .............................................. 9.00
404. CORTIS: Arias - Favorita, Rigoletto(3), Ballo, Otello, Werther(2), Manon, Fanciulla, Gianni,
        Turandot(2), Andrea & Cene delle Beffe(2). Rococo 5212. A- .......................................................... 9.00
405.*CRASS: Bass Arias - Fidelio, Onegin, Seraglio, Vespri, Don Carlos & Meistersinger(2).
        Einhorn/BVRS. Electrola 1C063-29 073. A- to A .......................................................................... 12.00
406.*CRESPIN: Prima Donna from Paris. Arias - Iphigenie, Damnation, Sappho, Ascanio, Werther,
        Carmen, Grande Duchesse, Belle Helene, Perichole, Ciboulette, Phi-Phi, Amour Masque,
        Trois Valses. [with 14-page booklet] London OSA-1292(2). A- ...................................................... 13.00
407. CRISTOFOREANU (Florica): Arias - Samson(2), Carmen(6), Mignon, Favorita(2), Cav &
        Manon. [no notes] Club 99 CL-99-38. A-(few lgt thumps fr pressing bbls)....................................... 8.00
408. CRISTOFOREANU: Arias - Mognon, Carmen(4) & Samson. Unidentified orch. [10-inch; notes
        in Roumanian only] Electrecord ECD-1101. B+ to A- ....................................................................... 9.00
409. DANCO: A Recital of 17th & 18th Century Music. Works of Schutz, Bach(3), Gluck, Scarlatti,
        Caldara, Durante & Caccini. Agosti, piano; Demessieux, organ. [10-inch] London LS-698. B ..... 12.00
410.*DANTO (Louis; tenor): Romantic Songs of Russia [14: Mosolov (not like the Iron Foundry!),
        Rubinstein(2), Glinka, Balakirev, Glazunov, Gurilev(2), Bulakhov, Varlamov(2), 3 more).
        Wagner, piano. MHS 1185. A-........................................................................................................... 8.00
411. DAVIS (Agnes): Selections from Tannhauser, Porgy & Bess, Herodiade, Roi David
        (w/Rodzinski/NYP), Cyrano de Bergerac (Damrosch), Merry Widow; Songs of Wagner,
        Campbell-Tipton, Oakland, Porter & Bach. [some dates given: 1935-42; this disc #20 of
        limited edition of only 100 copies] Recherche 1003. A-................................................................... 20.00
412.*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 .......................................................................................................................................................... 9.00
413. DE LOS ANGELES: Five Centuries of Spanish Song. Gothic Period (2), Renaissance Period (6),
        Baroque Period (7). Capitol G-7155. A- ............................................................................................. 9.00
414. DE PADILLA (Lola Artot; 1880-1933): Arias - Figaro(3), Mignon, Konigskinder(3), Don
        Giovanni(2), Traviata(2), Carmen & Boheme. [German-only notes] Court Opera CO-370. A- ........ 9.00
415. DENS: "Envoi de Fleurs" - 15 French songs. Challan/Colonne Orch. [French notes] Pathe DTX-
        30223. A- ........................................................................................................................................... 15.00
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416.*DENS: Arias - Carmen, Manon, Samson, Damnation, Griseldis, Marouf, Tales, Romeo, Hamlet,
         Henry VIII, Samson, Thais & Herodiade. Pretre, Lombard & Dervaux with Paris Opera
         Orch. [French-only notes] Pathe CPTC-355. A- .............................................................................. 16.00
417. DENS: Chants Patriotiques et Cocardiers (11). Challan/PCO. [French notes] Pathe CPTPM-
         130.533. A- ........................................................................................................................................ 12.00
418. DENS: Songs of Debussy, Brahms, Lalo, Hahn(3), Ravel, Chabrier, Franck, Duparc, Nerini,
         Faure(2), Berlioz & Borodin. Bonneau, piano. [French-only notes] Pathe DTX-306. A- ............... 18.00
419. DERMOTA: Schumann - Songs from Myrthen and Liederkreis. Hilde Dermota, piano. [British
         pressing] Telefunken LGX-66023. A- .............................................................................................. 12.00
420.*DI STEFANO: "O Marenariello." Songs of De Curtis(3), Di Capua, Persico, Tagliaferri e
         Valente, Palardi, Lama, Nardella, Cioffi, Lama, D'Annibale. Olivieri/Orch. [Italian notes
         only] Italian Seraphim 3C033-17220. A- .......................................................................................... 12.00
421. DI STEFANO: Arias - L'Arlesiana, Manon, Boheme, Elisir, Amico, Werther, Pecatori; Songs of
         De Curtis, Gastaldon, Mario, Cottrau & Massenet, Denza & Bixio-Cherubini. [Nice fold-open
         illustrated album; recorded 1944, Radio Lausanne] EMI Italiana C065-17943. A-- ........................ 18.00
422.*DI STEFANO: O Solo Mio. Songs of Mario, De Curtis(2), Cardillo, Tagliaferri, Di Capua, Tosti,
         Falvo & Bellini. Olivieri/Orch. [Italian notes only] Italian Seraphim 3C033-17161. A- ................ 12.00
423.*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 ......... 8.00
424. DOMINGUEZ (Ruben): Tenor arias, duets, etc. from Traviata(3), Rigoletto(4), Boheme(2) &
         Tosca(2). [live from Caracas & Bogota; no notes; bl cov] R.D 1. B++(few tks beg sd 1) ............... 11.00
425. ERB (Karl): Arias - Magic Flute(2), Iphigenie in Tauris, Seraglio, Fidelio, Euryanthe, Martha,
         Tannhauser, Lohengrin(3), Meistersinger(2), Rheingold(2), Don Pasquale, Rigoletto(2),
         Traviata, Falstaff, Boheme(2), Evangelimann, Mignon, Barber von Bagdad, Tales, Queen of
         Sheba(2) & Dame Kobold (by Felix Weingartner!) [recorded 1911-17] Electrola 1C147-
         30771/72(2). A- ................................................................................................................................. 20.00
426. FARRAR: Arias - Domino Noir, Tannhauser, Martha, Rigoletto, Traviata, Faust(2), Mefistofele,
         Mignon, Romeo, Manon & Roland von Berlin; Duets with Schumann-Heink & Homer.
         [recorded 1904-1913; German-only notes] Court Opera CO-315. A- to A ........................................ 8.00
427. FISCHER-DIESKAU: Brahms Songs (15). Demus, piano. DGG LPM-18 504. A- to A ........................ 8.00
428.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Schubert - Songs, Volume #2 (The Diver & four other Schiller songs).
         Engel, piano. Angel S-35656. A-(earliest U.S. red labels) ............................................................... 11.00
429. FLAGSTAD: Arias by Bach (Cantatas #147 & 208; St. Matthew; Clavierbuchlein) & Handel
         (Messiah[2], Radamisto, Semele, 1 more). Boult/LPO. London 5277. A- ...................................... 10.00
430. FLAGSTAD: Arias from Walkure, Lohengrin, Oberon; Brunnhilde's Immolation Scene.
         Ormandy/Phila. [recorded 10-17-1937] German RCA PVM1-9068. A- ........................................ 12.00
431. FLAGSTAD: Selections from Walkure, Tristan(3), Tannhauser, Gotterdammerung (Immolation
         Scene; 1st issue; with Furtwangler/PO, 1948), St. Matthew Passion, Dido, Xerxes, Orpheus
         (assisting artists include Svanholm & Hongen); Songs of Grieg(3). [recorded 1948-52]
         Electrola C 147-01 491/92(2). A- to A .............................................................................................. 16.00
432.*FLAGSTAD: Wagner - Arias from Lohengrin, Parsifal & Walkure(2); Wesendonck Lieder.
         Knappertsbusch/VPO. London OS-25101. A-(c/c) ........................................................................ 10.00
433.*FLAGSTAD: Farewell Performance: March 20, 1955 - Carnegie Hall. WAGNER: Arias from
         Walkure, Act I (2); Wesendonck Songs; Tristan - Prelude & Liebestod; Gotterdammerung -
         Brunnhilde's Immolation. Edwin McArthur/Sym of the Air, who also play Dutchman
         Overture; Good Friday Spell; Dawn & Siegfried's Rhine Journey. [Lovely presentation in
         deluxe oversized album w/copy of the concert program and handsome booklet. Limited
         Edition; #1091. Labels state "engineered for stereo," but to my ears the set sounds like
         excellent, solid mono; as with virtually every copy I've seen, the spine is split where it folds
         open; the new owner can decide whether to repair this with tape or leave it alone] Orfeo Sonic
         SDST-3(3). A-(see preceding re spine) ............................................................................................. 65.00
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434. FLAGSTAD: Recital of German Songs: J.S.Bach (5), K.P.E.Bach(4), Wolfgang Franck(3);
        Cruger; Bohm; Two Sacred German Songs (anon). Moore, piano. [only in print from late
        1954 - 2/57] RCA LHMV-1070. A-- ................................................................................................ 18.00
435. FLETA (Miguel): Twelve Spanish Songs. With unidentified conductor/orchestra. RCA LPM-
        1103. B+ ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
436. FRIJSH (Povla, soprano): Songs of Dvorak(3), Gluck, Clarke, Naginski, Schubert, Schumann(3),
        Sinding, Grieg, Grondahl, Faure(3), Debussy, Ravel, Duparc, Chausson, Hahn & Dupont.
        Dougherty, piano. Town Hall TH-002. A-(some original sources are rather noisy) ....................... 18.00
437. GARCIA (Juan): Spanish Songs (15). Rubini GV-24. A- ......................................................................... 9.00
438.*GEDDA: Songs (18) of Emil Sjogren (1853-1918): Vol 2. Eyron, piano. Bluebell BELL-142. A-
        to A ...................................................................................................................................................... 9.00
439. GENCER: Arias - Caterina Cornaro, Roberto, Maria Stuarda, Lucrezia (Gavazzeni/Turin Sym;
        1974); Trovatore, Forza, Aida & La Wally (Basile/RAI Turin; 1956). Cetra LPO-2082. FS ........ 16.00
440. GENCER: Donizetti & Verdi - arias & scenes from Lucia(2), Anna Bolena(2), Simon
        Boccanegra, Trovatore, Battaglia di Legnano, Due Foscari(2), Macbeth(2) & Forza. [Live,
        1957-60; misc Italian companies; conductors include Gui, Serafin, Simionato, Previtali] CLS
        ARPCL-22058(2). A- ........................................................................................................................ 20.00
441. GENCER: Excerpts from Anna Bolena (4 scenes), Roberto, Nabucco, Macbeth & Forza. [Italian-
        only notes] Opera Viva JLT-5. A-- ..................................................................................................... 9.00
442. GENCER: Highlights from Lucia di Lammermoor. Sabatucci; Carta; De Fabritiis/Teatro Verdi
        di Trieste. [Live, 1957] Replica RPL-2486. A- ................................................................................ 12.00
443.*GENCER: Songs of Chopin(4), Bellini(3), Donizetti(3) & Rossini(3). Guerrini, piano. [fold-
        open illustrated album; notes Italian only] Cetra LPO-2003. A- ...................................................... 12.00
444. GENCER: Portrait of the Artist, 1958-1968: Arias - Aida, Ernani, Rigoletto, Puritani, Anna
        Bolena, Gioconda, Don Giovanni, Due Foscari, Lucrezia, Vespri, Lucia, Ballo & Forza. HRE
        357(2). A- .......................................................................................................................................... 18.00
445.*GHIAUROV: Arias - Carmen, Jolie Fille & Faust. Plus selections from Samson, Werther,
        Manon, Faust & Carmen sung by Milcheva, Kabaivanska, Ghiulelev, Nikolov & Vassileva.
        Bulgarian Radio Orch. Forlane UM-4505. FS .................................................................................... 9.00
446. GIGLI: Opera Arias, Vol. 1 - Mefistofele(6), Tosca(3), Lodoletta, Iris, Gioconda(3), Fedora(2),
        Favorita(2), Faust(2), Boheme, Cav(4), Amico, Pecheurs(2), Manon, Boheme, Paride ed
        Elena, Andrea, Pag & Elisir. [recorded 1918-35; Italian-only texts] Italian EMI 3-53-
        1553123(3). A- to A .......................................................................................................................... 19.00
447. GIGLI: Opera Arias, Vol. 3 - Carmen, Gasparone, Roi d'Ys, Manon, Werther, Naughty Marietta,
        Jocelyn, Costanza in Amor(2), Orontea, Arianna, Pompeo, Don Juan de Manara, Amico(2),
        Atalanta, Griselda, Onesta Negli Amori, Marcella, Elisir(2), Pecheurs, Turandot, Otello,
        Mefistofele. [recorded 1942-51; Italian-only texts] Italian EMI 2-53-1553173(2). A- to A ............ 13.00
448. GIGLI: Opera Arias, Vol. 4 - Romeo, Pag, Andrea(2), Giovinezza, Manon, Forza(3), Trovatore,
        Adriana, Cav, Luisa, Forza(5), Fedora(2), Amico(3) & Manon Lescaut(3); Songs of Donaudy
        & Chopin(2). ["Inediti" - no dates given; three spoken tracks; Italian-only texts] Italian EMI
        3-53-1185363(3). A- to A.................................................................................................................. 19.00
449. GIGLI: Opera Arias, Vol. 5 - Cav(4), Rigoletto, Maggiolata Veneziana(2), Maristella, Pecheurs,
        Pag(2) & Elisir(5); Songs of Rendine, Veroli(2), Liviabella, Brahms, Raffa, Adelmi, Gibilaro,
        Visco, De Curtis(2), Volonnino, Leoncavallo, Cardillo, Di Capua, De Crescenzo, Gastaldon
        & Cittadini. di Leo & Fedri(4). ["Inediti" - no dates given; two spoken tracks; Italian-only
        texts] Italian EMI 3-53-1185393(3). A- to A .................................................................................... 19.00
450. HARSHAW: Wagner - Siegfried's Funeral Music & Immolation Scene. Ormandy/Phila, who
        also play Prelude, Liebesnacht & Liebestod from Tristan. [recorded 1952] Col ML-4742.
        B+("6-eyes" labels) ........................................................................................................................... 12.00
451.*HENDRICKS: Mozart - Sacred Arias (9). Marriner/ASMF. [dig; DMM] French EMI 2706611.
        A- to A ............................................................................................................................................... 13.00
452. HIOLSKI: Schubert - Schwanengesang. Marchwinski, piano. Muza XL-0695. A--(c/c) ..................... 10.00
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453. HOTTER: Schumann - Dichterliebe. Schubert - Ausgewahlete Lieder. Altmann, piano. [German-
        only notes] Preiser PR-3145. A- ........................................................................................................ 10.00
454.*KNIPLOVA (Nadezda; soprano): Wagner - Brunnhilde's Immolation; Isolde's Liebestod. Arias
        from Turandot, Cav, Makropoulos Case, Macbeth. Gregor/Prague Smetana Theatre Orch.
        Supraphon 1 12 0785. A-................................................................................................................... 12.00
455. KOLASSI: Ravel - Cinq Melodies Populaires Grecques; Chansons Madecasses. Italian Songs &
        Arias by Scarlatti(2), Pergolesi(2), Falconieri, Paisiello, Handel & Caccini. Bonneau, piano.
        London LL-1425. B/C+(c/c; disappointing copy, but scarce) ............................................................. 6.00
456.*LAGGER: Schubert Songs (12). Shetler, pf. [German-only notes] Phil 6520 001. A- to
        A(German pressing) .......................................................................................................................... 12.00
457.*LAVIRGEN: Tenor arias - Andrea, Pag, Gioconda, Carmen, Trovatore(2), Forza & Aida.
        Marco/Madrid Concert Orch & Cho. West WST-17159. A-(c/c) .................................................. 9.00
458. LEISNER: Arias - St. Matthew, Carmen, Tristan, Serse & Rheingold; Songs of Becker, Handel,
        Strauss, Brahms, Schubert(2). Club 99 CL-99-62. A- ...................................................................... 10.00
459. LEMNITZ: Arias - Freischutz, Aida, Trovatore(2), Charodyeka, Orfeo(2), Tannhauser,
        Arabella(2), Lohengrin. Rococo 5203. A-- ......................................................................................... 8.00
460. LEMNITZ: Songs of Cornelius(5), Wolf(3) & Schubert(3). Rauchensen, piano. Urania URLP-
        7013. B .............................................................................................................................................. 10.00
461.*LEVKO: Exc fr Russlan & Ludmilla; Tsar's Bride. Khaikin & Ermler/Bolshoi. Melodiya 33C-
        01247-8. A-........................................................................................................................................ 12.00
462. MACNEIL: Arias from Rigoletto(3), Pag, Gioconda, Otello, Ernani, Forza, Nabucco & Macbeth.
        Parnassus PAR-1015. FS ................................................................................................................... 10.00
463.*MARCOULESCOU (Yolanda; soprano): Songs of Respighi(6), Gianluca Tocchi(3),
        Malipiero(5) & Pietro Cimara(3). Baldwin, piano. Gasparo GS-221. A- .......................................... 9.00
464.*MARTON: Eva Marton Vol 1 - Italian Operatic Heroines. Forza(2), Don Carlos, Aida, Manon
        Lescaut, Andrea & Tosca. [Live; misc orchs; 1975-79] Legendary LR-130. A- .............................. 12.00
465.*MARTON: Eva Marton Vol 2 - German Opera Heroines. Tannhauser, Lohengrin, Ariadne,
        Fidelio(2), Frau Ohne Schatten(2) & Tristan; 2 Wesendonck Lieder. [Live; misc orchs; 1978-
        82] Legendary LR-184. A- ................................................................................................................ 12.00
466.*MARTON: Eva Marton Vol 3 - Great Operatic Heroines. Turandot(1973), Egyptian
        Helen(1981), Don Giovanni(2; 1973), Manon Lescaut(1979), Gioconda(1983), Onegin(in
        German, 1973) & Fedora(1982). Legendary LR-193. A- ................................................................. 12.00
467. MAYR: Arias - Freischutz, Norma, Templer und Judin, Masaniello, Judin, Domino Noir,
        Benvenuto Cellini, Dutchman, Tannhauser, Ernani, Aida, Barber of Baghdad(2), Siegfried,
        Gotterdammerung, Manon, Tiefland & Wintermarschen (Goldmark). [recorded 1905-11;
        German-only notes] Court Opera CO-416. FS .................................................................................... 9.00
468.*MCKELLAR: Greensleeves & Other Songs of British Isles (15 in all). Sharples/Orch. Lon SW-
        99389. A- ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
469.*MCKELLAR: Songs of Robert Burns (13). 12 Scottish favorites. Sharples/Orch. Lon SW-
        99228. A-(c/c).................................................................................................................................... 12.00
470.*MCKELLAR: Kenneth McKellar's Scotland. Loch Lomond and eleven more Scottish
        favorites. Knight/Orch. London SW-99461. A-(c/c) ....................................................................... 12.00
471.*MCKELLAR: Roamin' in the Gloamin'. 12 Scottish favorites. Sharples/Orch. London SW-
        99224. A-(c/c).................................................................................................................................... 12.00
472.*MCKELLAR: The World of Kenneth McKellar, Vol. 2: Auld Lang Syne & 11 more Scottish
        songs. Decca SPA-67. A- .................................................................................................................. 12.00
473.*MESPLE: Johann Strauss Waltz Melodies - Emperor, Wiener Blut, Blue Danube, Voices of
        Spring, 4 more. Pourcel/His Orch. Angel S-36888. A- ..................................................................... 9.00
474. MICHEAU: Arias - Barber, Pecheurs, Tales, Romeo, Mignon, Louise, Mireille; Proch - Theme &
        Variations. Mathieson/LSO; Desormiere/PCO. London LLP-12. B-/B .......................................... 9.00
475.*MILASHKINA: Arias - Don Carlo, Aida(2), Forza, Trovatore(2). Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre
        Orch. Melodiya C-01199-200. A- .................................................................................................... 12.00
476.*MILNES: Martin Kalmanoff - The Joy of Prayer. Westerburg/American Sym & Cho. MMG
        202X(2). A- ....................................................................................................................................... 11.00
LP's : Vocalists - continued
477.*MOFFO: Portrait of Manon. Scenes from Manon (with Di Stefano, Kerns, Alberti, Casula &
        Di Stasio) and Manon Lescaut (with Labo, Kerns, Rocchi, Rinaudo & Titta).
        Leibowitz/RCA Italiana Orch & Cho. [Mohr/Layton production; with 7-inch bonus disc of
        2 arias (one by Kerns, one by Moffo) from Massenet's Portrait of Manon, written 10 years
        after Manon.] [SD labels] RCA LSC-7028(2). A-(lovely!) ............................................................. 32.00
478.*MOLL: Arias - Dutchman, Barber of Baghdad(2), Meistersinger, Freischutz(2), Waffenschmied,
        Zar, Fidelio, Seraglio(2) & Don Giovanni. Eichhorn/Munich Radio Orch. [dig; DMM]
        Orfeo S-009821 A. A- to A ............................................................................................................... 12.00
479. MOORE: Arias - Norma, Manon, Fille, Butterfly, Tosca & Boheme(2); 12 popular songs. TAP T-
        334. B+ .............................................................................................................................................. 10.00
480. MOORE: Arias - Romeo, Louise, Manon, Pag, Butterfly, Tosca, Boheme, Maytime, Rose Marie;
        Songs of Tosti, Schubert, misc others (5). [Live, 1936-43] MDP 027. A- ....................................... 12.00
481. MRAZ (Ladislav; baritone): Arias - Faust, Beatrice & Benedict, Prince Igor, The Lantern
        (Novak), Freischutz & Meistersinger. Czech Radio Sym; misc conductors. [Venezuelan
        issue, equivalent of SUA-10539] Supraphon GMM-099. A-............................................................ 12.00
482. NASH: La Boheme (Act 4, complete: Perli; Beecham/LPO; 1935); Arias from Gondoliers;
        Bohemian Girl; Barber; Rigoletto; Magic Flute; Maritana (1926-32). EMI HQM-1234. A- ........... 15.00
483. NILSSON: Bartok - Bluebeard's Castle (complete). Bernhard Sonnerstedt; Fricsay/Radio Orch.
        [Radio broadcast, 1953; early, very unusual Nilsson!] SR Records SRLP-1377. A- to A ............... 19.00
484.*NORMAN & SHIRLEY-QUIRK: Mahler - Songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn (12).
        Haitink/ACO. Philips 9500 316. FS .................................................................................................. 9.00
485.*OBERLIN: Baroque Cantatas by Telemann (#19 & #28), Buxtehude ("Jubliate Domino") &
        Handel ("Siete Rose Rugiadose"). Alexander Schneider, violin; George Ricci, cello;
        Bernard Krainis, recorder; Douglas Williams, harpsichord. Decca DL-79414. A- ...................... 12.00
486.*OBRAZTSOVA: Schumann - Frauenliebe und Leben; 5 Songs. Chachava, pf. Melodiya
        13999/14000. A- ................................................................................................................................ 11.00
487.*PAPROCKI (Bogdan; tenor): Slavonic Arias - Dimitri, Halka, Eugene Onegin, Pique Dame,
        Prince Igor, Legenda Baltyku, Straszny Dwor & Dalibor. Wodiczko/Prague National
        Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50644. A- ........................................................................................... 12.00
488. PERNET: Arias - Barber, Philemon(2), Lakme, Manon, Tales(2), Boris(2), Faust(2), Don
        Quichotte(2) & Mireille. [French-only notes] French Odeon ODX-135. B to B++(varies) ............. 13.00
489. PETRAUSKAS: Arias - Onegin, Halka, Carmen, Traviata, Tosca, Cav, Pag, Aida, Queen of
        Spades & Ballo; Lithuanian folk song. Hofmekleris/Lithuanian State Opera Orch; two
        with piano accompaniment. [recorded 1924-47] Melodiya M10-43703-4. A- ................................. 16.00
490. PINZA: Arias - Ernani, Roberto, Le Caid, Don Carlo, Norma, Faust, Figaro, Magic Flute,
        Juive(2), Trovatore & Verdi Requiem. [recorded 1927-39] English RCA VIC-1217. A- ................ 16.00
491. PINZA: Mose, Norma(2), Puritani, Lucia, Favorita(2), Juive(2), Faust(2), Mignon, Trovatore(2),
        Forza, Simon, Mefistofele(2), Verdi Requiem. [1923-2] EMI HLM-1435561. A- .......................... 12.00
492. PONSELLE: Incomparable Ponselle, Vol. 1: Arias - Forza(2), Gioconda, Juive, Lohengrin,
        Aida(3), Maritana, Forza, Mlle. Modeste, Ernani, Otello(unpublished test, 1927; Ave Maria);
        Songs of Scott, Tosti(2), di Capua(2), Higgins, Shelley, Brahms, de Curtis, Dupont, Silberta,
        Foster(2), Di Chiara, Bishop; Comin' thro the Rye (this & O Solo Mio in duet w/Carmela
        Ponselle); Blue Danube Waltz. [Mostly acoustics] OASI 595(3). A-- ............................................. 19.00
493. PONSELLE: Sings Verdi - Trovatore(3), Ernani, Vespri, Forza(2), Aida(3), Otello. Also,
        Ponselle in 8-min conversation [1971] w/William Seward on her 1st recordings & 1st days at
        the Met. Odyssey Y-31150. FS ........................................................................................................... 9.00
494.*POPP: Songs of Dvorak(4), Kodaly(4), Janacek(9) & Prokofiev(4). Parsons, piano. [German-
        only notes] Acanta 40 23 330. A- to A .............................................................................................. 12.00
495.*PORCHE (Tervalon; tenor): Songs of Scarlatti(2), De Luca, Pergolesi, Lotti, Handel,
        Buononcini, Rosa, Berlioz(3 from Nuits d'Ete), Cesti, Beethoven & Faure(3). Al-Mahdi,
        piano. [dig] Americana ASI-8189. A- ............................................................................................... 10.00
496.*PREY: Schubert - Schwanengesang. Klien, piano. London OS-25797. A- ........................................... 11.00
497.*PRICE (Margaret): Italian (4), German (4) & Welsh (5) Songs. Lockhart, pf. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-
        345. A-(c/c)........................................................................................................................................ 10.00
LP's : Vocalists - continued
498.*RASKIN: Ezra Laderman - Songs for Eve; From the Psalms. Edwards, piano. Desto DC-7105.
        A--........................................................................................................................................................ 9.00
499.*REBROFF: Russian Folk Songs (12). Col CS-9568. A-(red "2-eyes" labels) ....................................... 10.00
500.*REBROFF: Russian Love Songs (11). Intercord 715-08. A- ................................................................. 10.00
501.*REBROFF: Singt Weisen von Wodka & Wein (12 drinking songs). [German-only notes] CBS
        S-63410. A- ....................................................................................................................................... 12.00
502. RESNIK: Arias - Enfant Prodigue, Reine de Saba, Ernani, Fledermaus, Zaza, Fidelio, Butterfly,
        Andrea, Don Giovanni, Cav, Aida & Walkure. [live, 1944-53] ANNA 1028. A- ............................ 11.00
503. RETHBERG: Arias - Ballo(2), Otello(2), Boccaccio, Dutchman, Faust, Fledermaus, Aida (Nile
        Scene & Ritorna Vincitor). [recorded 1927-31; notes in Italian only] Italian RCA VL-47218.
        A- to A ............................................................................................................................................... 12.00
504.*RICCIARELLI: Verdi Arias - Masnadieri, Vespri, Corsaro, Otello, Giovanna, Trovatore, Don
        Carlo, Jerusalem. Gavazzeni/Rome Phil. Italian RCA MLDS-20260. A- ........................................ 9.00
505.*RIDDERBUSH: Das Grosse Karl Ridderbusch Album. Twenty selections from Opera,
        Operetta and Folksong. [notes in German only] Acanta 40.23 562(2). A- to A ............................... 16.00
506. ROBIN: Arias - Magic Flute(2), Manon Lescaut; Songs of Grieg (Peer Gynt), Koechlin, Delibes,
        dell'Acqua(2), Fevrier, Gallini, Benedict, Grothe & Richepin. [French-only notes; rec 1942-
        49] Pathe 2C061-12096. A- ............................................................................................................... 12.00
507.*ROSSI-LEMENI: Arias - Barber, Ernani, Don Carlos, Faust(2), Ivan Sussanin, Prince Igor, Boris
        Godunov(3); Mussorgsky - Songs & Dances of Death; Songs (5). Gheorghiu, piano (in
        Mussorgsky); Brediceanu/Bukarest Staatsoper Orch. Capriccio CA 30-014/1-2(2). A- to A ..... 18.00
508. ROSSI-LEMENI: Mussorgsky - Boris highlights. Singer/Hamburg Radio Orch. Saga XID-
        5174. A- ............................................................................................................................................... 9.00
509. RYSANEK: Exc fr Dutchman(2); Walkure (Loveduet Act I; Suthaus; Furtwangler); Aida;
        Forza; Cav; Tiefland; Arabella; Rosenkavalier(2). Schuchter/Misc Orchs. [rec 1952-5]
        Electrola 1C147-29 150/51(2). A- ..................................................................................................... 12.00
     SCHIOTZ: See also #258, 362, 695, 727.
510. SCHWARZKOPF: Wolf Songs (13). Furtwangler, piano. [Live; Salzburg Festival; August 12,
        1953] Electrola C 063-01 915. A- ..................................................................................................... 14.00
511. SCOTTO: Arias - Rigoletto(2) (Gavazzeni/Florence May Festival, 1960). Arias - Puritani,
        Capuletti, Gagha Luna, Sonnambula (Ziino/Sicilian Sym Orch). Rodolphe RP-12435. A- to
        A .......................................................................................................................................................... 9.00
512.*SCOTTO: Songs of Rossini(2), Bellini(4), Verdi(3) & Donizetti(4). Baracchi, piano. RCA
        AGL1-1341. A-(Canadian pressing) ................................................................................................... 9.00
513.*SILLS: Bellini & Donizetti Heroines - Linda, Capuleti, Lucia, Roberto, Sonnambula,
        Rosmonda. Jalas/Vienna Volksoper. West WST-17143. A-(includes several reviews &
        concert programs) .............................................................................................................................. 12.00
514.*SINYAVSKAYA (Tamara; mezzo): Songs of Tchaikovsky(6) & Rachmaninov(8).
        Reyentovich/Violinists' Ens of Bolshoi Theatre. Melodiya 33CM-03725-26. A- ........................ 12.00
515.*SODERSTROM: Mussorgsky - The Nursery. Grechaninov - The Lane. Prokofiev - The Ugly
        Duckling. Ashkenazy, piano. London OS-26579. A-(c/c) ................................................................. 9.00
516.*SOLOVIANENKO: Aria fr Martha; 11 Italian Songs. Kozharsky/Ch Orch. Melodiya 33C10-
        08971-2. A-........................................................................................................................................ 12.00
517.+SOUEZ: Arias from Don Giovanni(2) & Cosi(2) (Busch/Glyndebourne Festival); from
        Boheme & Ernani (Barbirolli/LPO); from Carmen & Norma (Erede/LPO). Orion ORS-
        7293. A--.............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
518.*SOUKUPOVA: Arias - Dido, Xerxes, Prince Igor, Favorita, The Secret, Pique Dame, Samson,
        Trovatore, Ballo & Rheingold. Gregor/Prague National Theatre Orch. Supraphon SUAST-
        50589. A- ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
519.*SOUZAY: Songs of Rachmaninoff(2), Tchaikovsky(2), Hahn(2), Debussy, Faure, Liszt(3), Villa-
        Lobos, Guarnieri, Lopez-Buchardo, Traditional. Baldwin, piano. [Mohr; Salvatore & Moran]
        RCA LSC-3082. A- ............................................................................................................................. 9.00
520. STEFFE (Edwin): Songs of Foster(2), Gershwin, Edwards, Porter, Bennett, Jacoby; arias from
        Pag & Andrea Chenier; selections from Most Happy Fella, South Pacific, Without a Song,
        Desert Song, Vagabond King. [recorded 1947-67] OASI 655. A- ..................................................... 9.00
LP's : Vocalists - continued
521.*STICH-RANDALL: Mozart Arias - Figaro(2), Cosi(2), Magic Flute, Don Giovanni(2).
        Somogyi/Vienna Orch. MCA / Westminster MCA-1416. A- ........................................................... 9.00
522. STICH-RANDALL: Nine arias from Handel's "Rodelinda." Isepp, harpsichord;
        Priestman/Vienna Radio Orch. West XWN-19116. A- ................................................................... 9.00
523.*STREISAND: "Classical Barbra" - Songs of Debussy, Canteloube, Wolf, Faure(2), Orff,
        Handel(2), Schumann & Ogerman. Ogerman/Col Sym. Col M-33452. A- .................................... 10.00
524. SWARTHOUT: Chausson - Poeme de l'Amour et de la Mer (Monteux/SFSO); French Art Songs
        [Berlioz, Hahn, Debussy, Duparc, Hillemacher, Clergue, Poulenc(3)] (Trovillo, piano).
        [recorded in 1952 and 1953] RCA LM-1793. A--(songs are B+; little writing on back cover) ....... 25.00
525. TAUBER: Arias - Freischutz, Lohengrin, Roi d'Ys; songs of Grieg(20, Wood, Schubert(2),
        Schumann(6), Tauber; Drink to Me Only. Rococo 5345. A- .............................................................. 9.00
526. TAUBER: Songs of Openshaw, Krone, Frothe, Katscher, Erwin(2), Freed, Kaper, Doelle,
        Kromlicki, Klupsch, Engel-Berger, Schmidt-Gentner, Berlin & Jolson. [Recorded 1927-31]
        Pearl GEMM-231. A- .......................................................................................................................... 9.00
527. TAUBER: The Art of Richard Tauber: Fifty-one arias, songs, duets & scenes (rec 1919 - 1946).
        Transfers by Keith Hardwick; illustrated booklet includes full texts and notes on the
        recordings. EMI RLS-7700(3). A- .................................................................................................... 20.00
528.*TE KANAWA: Berlioz - Les Nuits d'Ete. NORMAN: Berlioz - La Mort de Cleopatre.
        Barenboim/Paris Orch. DGG 2532 047. A- to A ............................................................................. 9.00
529. TIBBETT: Arias - Carmen, Faust, Barber, Ballo, Tosca, Pag; Songs by Schubert(2), Loewe,
        Tchaikovsky(2), Mussorgsky. [Recorded 1926-40] RCA VIC-1340. A-(British Decca
        pressing) ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
530. TIBBETT & MOORE: Soundtrack for the movie "New Moon" (1930; Romberg & Hammerstein).
        Pelican LP-2020. A- .......................................................................................................................... 10.00
531.*TOMOWA-SINTOW: Arias - Cosi, Freischutz, Tannhauser, Ariadne, Daphne, Manon Lescaut,
        Turandot, Adriana, Andrea, Ballo & Ernani. Sommer/Munich Radio. [dig; DMM] Orfeo S-
        106 841 A. A- to A(c/c) ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
532.*TOMOWA-SINTOWA: Verdi Arias & Scenes - Ernani, Nabucco, Traviata(2), Forza(3),
        Aida(2), Otello. Raychev/Sofia Phil. Forlane UM-4506/7(2). A- to A ........................................... 11.00
533.*TOZZI: Popular Art Songs by Dick Hyman(5), Richard Cory(6) & Paul Reif(3). Walmer, piano.
        Serenus SRS-12030. A- ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
534. TREPTOW: Wagner - Scenes fr Parsifal. Knappertsbusch/VPO; VSO Cho. [10-in] London
        LPS-287. B- ....................................................................................................................................... 10.00
535.*VALDENGO: Italian Songs by Tosti(7), Rotoli, Denza, Brogi, Denza, De Crescenzio, Billi &
        Leoncavallo. Erede/New Sym. [Italian-only notes] Bongiovanni GB-5008. A- to A ....................... 9.00
536. VALLETTI: Arias - Elisir(2), Figlia del Reggimento(2), Don Pasquale(4). Gavazzeni &
        Rossi/Misc RAI Orchs. Cetra LPC-50154. B+(moderate scr through Elisir) ................................... 8.00
     VALLETTI: See also #208, 360, 536, 879, 882, 909, 923, 966.
537. VALLIN: Hahn Songs (10; Composer, piano). Nin - Seven Popular Spanish Songs. Martini -
        Plaisir d'Amour. Rococo 5344. A- .................................................................................................... 12.00
538.*VAN DAM: Songs of Schumann (9 songs on texts of Julius Kerner), Ibert (4 Chansons de Don
        Quichotte), Absil (3 Poemes de Klingsor) & Poulenc (Chansons Gaillardes). Vanden
        Eynden, piano. Directeur Gerard Mortier 1981 010. A- to A .......................................................... 13.00
539. WARNER (Genevieve): Songs of Mozart(6) and Schubert(6). Rupp, piano. [blue labels] Col
        ML-4365. B ....................................................................................................................................... 12.00
540.*WEIKL: Arias by Millocker, O.Straus, Eysler, Kalman, Abraham, Lehar(2), J.Strauss(3),
        Kreutzer, Lincke, Stolz, Zeller, Schubert. Eichhorn/ORF Sym. [dig; DMM; notes German
        only] Orfeo S-077831 B. A- to A ........................................................................................................ 8.00
541. WHITEHALL: Aria from Parsifal; Songs of Schumann(2), Harrison, Root, Wetherley,
        Westendorf, Dumont, Smith, Cooke, Pinsuti & Howarth. [German-only notes] Discophilia
        DIS-281. .............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
542. ZABERS (Janis; Latvian tenor; 1935-73): Arias - Tosca(2), Fanciulla, Cav(2), Pique Dame(3),
        Traviata, Rigoletto, Trovatore. Melodiya 031463-4. A- ................................................................... 12.00
LP's : Vocalists - continued
543. ZEANI: Arias - Lucia, Maria di Rohan, Anna Bolena, Life for the Czar, Otello, Giulio Cesare,
        Comte Ory, Puritani(5), Elisir, Sonnambula(2). [Misc orchs & conductors; all live, 1957-
        1965] Legendary LR-158. A- ............................................................................................................ 12.00
544. ZEANI: Arias - Mefistofele (1976), Adriana (1977), Tosca (1980), Merry Widow (1968), Manon
        Lescaut(3; w/D'Orazi & Domingo; Barcelona, 1978). Legendary LR-128. A- ................................ 13.00
545.*ZYLIS-GARA: Verdi Scenes - Otello (Act 4), Ballo (Acts 2 & 3) & Trovatore (Act 4). [misc
        orchs] Rodolphe RP-12408. A- ........................................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Vocalists - Duets
546.*CABALLE/CARRERAS: Duets from Adriana(2), Cid, Manon Lescaut, Poliuto, Devereux,
       Andrea. [Live; misc orchs; 1977-1979] Legendary LR-104. A- ......................................................... 9.00
547.*DOMINGO/LORENGAR: Zarzuela Arias & Duets (10). Navarro/ORF Orch. [dig; Live,
       Salzburg Festival] CBS IM-39210. A- to A ........................................................................................ 9.00
548.*GEDDA & LEANDERSON: Eight Swedish Duets; Gunnar Wennerberg - Ur Gluntarne (song
       cycle). Eyron, piano. Bluebell 166. A- to A ....................................................................................... 9.00
549. TRAUBEL/BAUM: Lohengrin - Bridal Chamber Scene (Rodzinski/NYP). TRAUBEL/RALF:
       Tristan - Love Duet, Act 2 (Glaz; Busch/Metropolitan Opera Orch). [blue labels] Col ML-
       4055. B ................................................................................................................................................ 8.00

Audiophile and Special Label listings begin on following 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 (for example, a
domestic vs. an imported pressing, or a reissue vs. original issue). So do not automatically assume that a TAS
reference means a rave review of the specific item listed. When the letter "L" follows one of these notes, it
means that the item was included on Harry Pearson's list on that page in that issue (rather than meaning that
the item received an actual review or comment). [If you have a specific interest in the early Columbia stereo
pressings with "2-eyes" labels, or the even earlier "6-eyes" pressings, here is where they are in this catalog:
#124, 220, 271, 362, 450, 499, 1056, 1149, 1265, 1353, 1398, 1407, 1430, 1436, 1440, 1447, 1477, 1479, 1480-
2, 1503-5, 1536, 1587, 1588-9, 1591-3, 1628, 1630, 1633-5, 1638, 1640, 1644, 1680, 1682-84.]

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.
550. 3536(2): BACH - Orchestral Suites #1 - #4. Klemperer/PO. A- ........................................................... 32.00
551. 3544(2): BEETHOVEN - Symphonies #8 & #9. Schwarzkopf; Hoffgen; Haefliger; Edelman;
        Karajan/PO; Vienna Musikfreude Cho. A- .................................................................................. 30.00
552. 3593(3): PUCCINI - La Fanciulla Del West. Nilsson; Mongelli; Gibin; Ercolani; Von
        Matacic/La Scala. A- ....................................................................................................................... 15.00
553. 35120: LOUIS AUBERT - La Habanera. CHARPENTIER - Impressions of Italy Suite.
        Fourestier/Paris Opera Orch. A-(minor cover tape repair neatly done) ........................................ 18.00
554. 35247: SCHUMANN - Carnaval; Kreisleriana. Anda, piano. A-........................................................... 16.00
555. 35248: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #1; Sonata #14. Anda; Galliera/PO. A- ................................ 12.00
556. 35250: DEBUSSY - The Twelve Etudes; d'Un Cahier d'Esquisses. Gieseking. A--.............................. 12.00
557. 35255: LULLY (arr. Mottl) - Ballet Suite. TARTINI - Concerto #58. CIMAROSA - Oboe
        Concerto (Gallesi). Caracciolo/Scarlatti Orch. A- ......................................................................... 18.00
558. 35256: BURNS NIGHT - Songs and Poems (15) by Robert Burns. Ian Gilmour & Meta
        Forrest, speakers; Hans Oppenheim/The Saltire Music Group; Zorian String Quartet.
        [With nice booklet of notes and texts enclosed; lovely copy of an obscure, scarce issue - the
        first I've ever seen] A- ....................................................................................................................... 45.00
559. 35257: SPANISH CHORAL MUSIC - Works of Victoria, Morales, Brudieu, Anonymous,
        Vasquez; ten traditional works. Ribo/Capilla Clasica Plifonica, Barcelona. [another very
        scarce item among the early Angels] A- ........................................................................................... 35.00
560. 35258: BEETHOVEN OVERTURES - Leonore #1-#3; Fidelio. Klemperer/PO. A--.......................... 12.00
561. 35262: GERALD MOORE - The Unashamed Accompanist. Moore speaks on the art of the
        accompanist, with many musical examples. A- ................................................................................ 25.00
562. 35268: LISZT - Piano Concerto #1; Hungarian Fantasy. Anda; Ackermann/PO. A- .......................... 16.00
LP's : Angels - continued
563. 35277: KHATCHATURIAN - Gayne & Masquerade Suites. Composer/PO. A-(brief tks in
        Masquerade) ...................................................................................................................................... 12.00
564. 35284: CHOPIN - Polonaises (3) & Mazurkas (8). Macuzynski, piano. A- .......................................... 15.00
565. 35291: BALAKIREV - Islamey; Russia; Thamar. Von Matacic/PO. A- .............................................. 25.00
566. 35296: MALIPIERO - Quartet #4. PROKOFIEV - Quartet #2. Quartetto Italiano. [th] B+................ 12.00
567. 35299: SCHUBERT - Symphony #8. BRAHMS - Haydn Variations. Karajan/PO. A-(brief tks
        mvt 1)................................................................................................................................................. 12.00
568. 35300: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #4. Arrau; Galliera/PO. A- .................................................. 16.00
569. 35303: MOZART - Quintet, K.452. BEETHOVEN - Quintet, Op.16. Gieseking/PO Wind
        Quartet (Dennis Brain; Sidney Sutcliffe; Bernard Walton; Cecil James). A- ........................... 18.00
570. 35306: PROKOFIEV - Violin & Piano Sonata #2. KAREN KHATCHATURIAN - Violin &
        Piano Sonata #3. Oistrakh; Yampolsky. A- .................................................................................... 20.00
571. 35308: SHOSTAKOVICH - Preludes #1, #5 & #24 fr Op.87. CHOPIN - Sonata #2. Gilels, piano.
        [Gilels' first American recording, predating by about a week his RCA disc of the Tchaikovsky
        1st with Reiner/CSO (October 29th). Early dowel-spine issue, but pressed in the U.S. -
        perhaps because it was recorded here?] B+ ....................................................................................... 15.00
572. 35609: REGIMENTAL MARCHES OF THE BRITISH ARMY (27). McBain/Band of Royal
        Military School of Music, Kneller Hall. [Recorded 12/15/1957; with nicely-illustrated 12-
        page booklet] A-(but first band each side has a skip) ....................................................................... 16.00
573.*S-35661: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #4; Consecration of the House Overture. Klemperer/PO.
        A-(earliest U.S. red labels) ................................................................................................................ 12.00
574.*S-35671: FRANCK - Symphony; Psyche et Eros. Giulini/PO. A-(earliest U.S. red labels) ................. 12.00
575.*S-36953: SCHMITT - La Tragedie de Salome; Psalm 47. Guiot, soprano; Litaize, organ (in
        Psalm); Martinon/ORTF & Cho (in all). [TAS 65:158L re EMI issue] A-.................................... 11.00
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.
576.*414 101-1(3): WAGNER - Das Rheingold. Flagstad; London; Svanholm; Neidlinger;
        Solti/VPO. [TAS 12:527; 73:150L] [digital remastering c.1979] FS! ............................................. 18.00
577.*CS-6017: STRAVINSKY - Firebird (complete). Ansermet/OSR. A-(blue-backed jacket; not
        FFSS labels)....................................................................................................................................... 18.00
578.*CS-6027: HAYDN - Symphonies #94 & #99. Krips/VPO. [bb] A- ..................................................... 12.00
579.*CS-6055: RACHMANINOV - Concerto #1. TCHAIKOVSKY - Concert Fantasy. Katin;
        Boult/LPO. A- .................................................................................................................................. 12.00
580.*CS-6088: MOZART - Les Petits Riens. GRIEG - Holberg Suite. Munchinger/Stuttgart Ch
        Orch. [bb] A- .................................................................................................................................... 15.00
581.*CS-6240: PROKOFIEV - Romeo & Juliet (excerpts). Ansermet/OSR. A-(a little writing on back
        cover) ................................................................................................................................................. 16.00
582.*CS-6249: BRAHMS - Symphony #3; Tragic Overture. Karajan/VPO. A-.......................................... 12.00
583.*CS-6359: RACHMANINOV - Piano Concerto #3. Ashkenazy; Fistoulari/LSO. [strong
        performance!] A- ............................................................................................................................... 12.00
584.*CS-6523: DVORAK - Symphony #1. Kertesz/LSO. A-(c/c) ................................................................ 12.00
585.*CS-6524: DVORAK - Symphony #2. Kertesz/LSO. A- ......................................................................... 9.00
586.*CS-6525: DVORAK - Symphony #3; Hussite Overture. Kertesz/LSO. A- ............................................ 9.00
587.*CS-6526: DVORAK - Symphony #4; In Nature's Realm Overture. Kertesz/LSO. A-(c/c) ................... 9.00
588.*CS-6613: WILLIAM KRAFT - Contextures: Riots, Decade '60; Percussion Concerto.
        COPLAND: Lincoln Portrait (Gregory Peck). Mehta/LA Phil. A-(c/c; minor cover scuffs) ........ 10.00
589.*CS-6671: BRITTEN - Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra (LSO); Variations on a Theme of
        Frank Bridge (ECO). Composer conducts both. A- to A(lovely Dutch pressing) ........................... 12.00
590.*CS-6675: BEETHOVEN - Egmont (complete music). Wussow, speaker; Lorengar; Szell/VPO.
        [thrilling!] A- ..................................................................................................................................... 16.00
LP's : Londons - continued
591.*CS-6750: ROMANTIC CELLO CONCERTI - Auber #1 (orch. Gamley); Popper; Massenet -
       Fantasy for Cello & Orchestra. Silberstein; Bonynge/OSR. [1st cellist in Met orch]] A- .............. 16.00
592.*CS-6848: NIELSEN - Symphony #4. Mehta/LAPO. FS ...................................................................... 18.00
593.*CS-6925: LISZT - Tasso; From Cradle to the Grave; Mephisto Waltz #1. Solti/Paris Orch. [TAS
       9:92] A- ............................................................................................................................................. 12.00
594.*CS-6945: VERDI - Ballet Music from Otello (Act 3); I Vespri Siciliani (The Four Seasons); Don
       Carlos (Act 3). Maazel/CO. [Woolcock; Moorfoot, Parry & Law] A-(c/c) ..................................... 12.00
595.*CS-6990: PIANO CONCERTI FROM SPAIN: MONTSALVATGE - Concerto Breve;
       SURINACH - Concerto. deLarrocha; Fruhbeck de Burgos/RPO. [Woolcock; Wade;
       Kingsway Hall, 1975; TAS 10:247] FS(c/c) ..................................................................................... 16.00
596.*CS-7033: DEBUSSY - La Mer; Afternoon of a Faun. RAVEL - Bolero. Solti/CSO. [Minshull;
       Wilkinson] A- .................................................................................................................................... 12.00
597.*CS-7082: SCHUMANN - Piano Concerto; Introduction & Allegro in G, Op.92; Introduction &
       Allegro in d, Op.134. Ashkenazy; Segal/LSO. [Raeburn; Wilkinson; Kingsway Hall; fine
       disc - not often seen] A- .................................................................................................................... 12.00
598.*CS-7083: STRAUSS - Ein Heldenleben. Solti/VPO. [great "critics" on cover!] A- ............................. 10.00
599.*CS-7086: J. STRAUSS (arr. Dorati) - Graduation Ball. Dorati/VPO. [Mallinson; Moorfoot &
       Lock] A- ............................................................................................................................................ 10.00
600.*CSA-2312(3): PROKOFIEV - Romeo & Juliet (complete ballet). Maazel/CO. [Woolcock;
       Moorfoot & Parry; TAS 6:185; 34:178; 73:148L] A- to A(usually quiet British pressings) ............ 25.00
601.*CSA-2314(3): PROKOFIEV - The Five Concerti (Ashkenazy; Previn/LSO); Ashkenazy
       conducts Classical Symphony; Overture on Hebrew Themes; Autumnal (his first recorded
       conducting?). [D] A- ......................................................................................................................... 18.00
602.*CSP--9(9): BEETHOVEN - The Nine Symphonies; Leonore Overture #3; Coriolan & Egmont
       Overtures. Lorengar; Minton; Burrows; Talvela; (in #9); Solti/CSO & Cho. [D; TAS 4:236
       (re #9); Minshull & Harvey, producers; Wilkinson & Lock, engineers. Recorded at Krannert
       Center, University of Illinois (#9; Egmont; Leonore #3); Sofiensaal, Vienna (#6, #7 &
       Coriolan); Medinah Temple, Chicago (rest). Like the original issue, 9th is pressed on 4 sides;
       Eroica is spread onto 2 1/2 sides!] A-(lovely copy!) ......................................................................... 50.00
603.*HEAD 1/2(2): MESSAIEN - La Transfiguration de Notre Seigneur Jesus Christ. Loriod (piano);
       Starker (cello); Sylvester (bass); Aquino (baritone); Dorati/National Sym; Westminster
       Cho. [Mallinson; Wilkinson & Moorfoot][TAS 65:156L; 73:148L] A-(c/c) ................................... 25.00
604.*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) .................... 13.00
605.*OSA--1405(4): VERDI - La Forza del Destino. Del Monaco; Tebaldi; Simionato; Bastianini;
       Siepi; Corena; Di Palma; Molinari-Pradelli/ASCR. [FFSS labels] A-(NL) ................................... 19.00
606.*OSA-1294(2): VERDI - Requiem. Price; Elias; Bjoerling; Tozzi; Reiner/VPO; Cho. [London
       reissue of RCA Soria Series orig; Smith; Brown; TAS re RCA release: 88:160-2; 130:73] A- ....... 25.00
607.*OSA-13108(3): PUCCINI - Turandot. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Caballe; Ghiaurov; Krause; Pears;
       Mehta/LPO. [Minshull & Woolcock; Wilkinson & Lock; TAS 43:159; 65:158L][libretto
       AUTOGRAPHED by SUTHERLAND and PAVAROTTI] A-................................................... 35.00
608.*SLC-1237 (JAPANESE): SHOSTAKOVICH - Quartet #8. BORODIN - Quartet #2. Borodin
       Quartet. [Japanese pressing by King Record Company; FFSS labels; Japanese-only notes; fr
       Decca SXL-6036] B+ ........................................................................................................................ 15.00
609.*STS-15015: MENDELSSOHN - Violin Concerto. BRUCH - Scottish Fantasy. Campoli;
       Boult/LPO. [from the very scarce CS-6047] A-............................................................................... 14.00
610.*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-........................................................ 12.00
611.*STS-15042: DEBUSSY - Boite a Joujoux; Printemps. Ansermet/OSR. [fr CS-6079] A-(c/c) ............ 12.00
612.*STS-15096/7(2): SMETANA - Ma Vlast. Kubelik/VPO. [from CSA-2202] A- .................................. 16.00
613.*STS-15280/4(5): MOZART - DANCES & MARCHES, Volume 2. Includes ballet music from
       Idomeneo and Les Petits Riens. Boskovsky/Vienna Mozart Ens (members of VPO). A-............. 25.00
LP's: London Phase-4 Stereo
614.*SPC-21011: OFFENBACH - Gaite Parisienne. Munch/NPO. [TAS 39:132; nice session photos]
       A- ....................................................................................................................................................... 12.00
615.*SPC-21093: MOZART - Symphony #40; Horn Concerto #4 (Alan Civil); Marriage of Figaro
       Overture. Lawrence Foster/RPO. [Few; Lilley] A- ........................................................................ 10.00
616.*SPC-21173: BERNARD HERRMANN CONDUCTS - Les Preludes; Finlandia; Sorcerer's
       Apprentice; Bacchanale from Samson & Delilah. LPO. [d'Amato; Lilley; Kingsway Hall] A- ...... 20.00

LP's: Mercuries
For the SR series (and some of the others) I am now replacing my previous pressing designation by means of
label-type with designations by means of stamper numbers, since most of my customers seem to find that
information more complete and useful. The FR's are the earliest stampers, followed by the RFR's, CFR's and
M's. FR stampers no longer appeared in issues with numbers above about SR-90265 (some earlier numbers
may also have been pressed first as RFR's), and there were no RFR's either above about SR-90500. Excellent
(or mint) copies of Mercury's early stereo pressings (particularly those with the early FR stampers), like those
of most companies in the late 50's and early 60's, sometimes grade A- but frequently have a degree of surface
noise which falls a little below my audition grade of A-, yet is quieter than what I grade B+. These are graded
"A- to B+." Items graded A- are very fine copies of very quiet pressings, and grades above that are exceptional.
617. MG-40010: PISTON - Symphony #3. Hanson/ERSO. [Golden Lyre label; recorded May, 1954;
       mono only of course] [MF-7/MF-2] B+ ............................................................................................ 17.00
618. MG-50001: BARTOK - Music for Strings, Percussion & Celeste. BLOCH - Concerto Grosso #1.
       Kubelik/CSO. [recorded in same sessions as the legendary "Pictures;" April, 1951] [RFR-
       1/RFR-1] A-....................................................................................................................................... 16.00
619. MG-50020: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Capriccio Espagnole. RAVEL - Bolero. Paray/Detroit.
       [First Paray/Detroit recording, spring 1953; strong debut!] [TAS 43:148] [MF-4/MF-4] A-
       (superb copy) ..................................................................................................................................... 25.00
620. MG-50029: FRANCK - Psyche. RAVEL - La Valse. FAURE - Pavane. Paray/Detroit Sym.
       [recorded December 1953] [MF-11/MF-7] A-(Faure is B+) ............................................................ 12.00
621. MG-50037: TCHAIKOVSKY - Romeo & Juliet. SCHUBERT - Symphony #8. Dorati/CSO.
       [Recorded January 1954; along with Dorati's Bartok/Kodaly disc (which made it to CD
       whereas this did not) from same sessions, the last Mercury recordings with CSO; less than
       eight weeks later it was Reiner & RCA for Heldenleben, Zarathustra & Salome's Dance. This
       copy has the earlier jacket (not Juliet with flowers).] [MF-11/MF-1] A-(jacket has neat tape
       repair) ................................................................................................................................................ 32.00
622. MG-50044: WAGNER - Tristan Prelude & Liebestod; Forest Murmurs (Siegfried); Good Friday
       Spell (Parsifal); Flying Dutchman Overture. Paray/Detroit Sym. [Recorded Fall 1954, Spring
       1955] [FR-8/FR-14] A-(lgt tks 1/8-in, Forest Murmurs, occ elsewhere) .......................................... 12.00
623. MG-50045: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #6. Detroit Sym. [Recorded November 26, 1954] [FR-
       2/FR-3] A-(c/c; lovely copy!) ............................................................................................................ 24.00
624. MG-50046: RESPIGHI - Church Windows; Feste Romane. Dorati/Mpls. [Recorded November
       20, 1954; Church Windows has famous all-time tam-tam crash (TAS 39:144; 58:134), but
       don't overlook this terrific performance (and impactful mono-only recording) of the Feste!]
       [MF-10/MF-13] A-(9 lgt tks early Windows) ................................................................................... 32.00
625. MG-50058: STRAVINSKY - Petrouchka. Mpls. [recorded April 6, 1955, mono only; not
       common; not to be confused with stereo remake by same artists] [MF-4/MF-4] A-- ...................... 18.00
626. MG-50085: LOEFFLER - Poem for Orchestra ("La Bonne Chanson"); Life in a Russian Village
       (from "Memories of My Childhood.") GRIFFES - Clouds; Bacchanale; Pleasure Dome of
       Kubla Khan; White Peacock. Hanson/ERSO. [recorded 10/54] [RFR-1/RFR-1] A-/A-- ............... 18.00
627. MG-50103: McPHEE - Tabuh-Tabuhan. CARTER - The Minotaur. Hanson/ERSO. [TAS re
       stereo issue of McPhee: 39:127-8; 53:120; 65:156L; Carter apparently never issued in stereo]
       [MF-4/MF-2] A- ................................................................................................................................ 15.00
LP's : Mercuries - continued
628. MG-50134: FIESTA IN HI-FI. McBRIDE - Mexican Rhapsody. NELSON - Savannah River
       Holiday. MITCHELL - Kentucky Mountain Portraits. VARDELL - Joe Clark Steps Out.
       Hanson/ERSO. [TAS re stereo: 33:135-6; 53:120; 65:154L] [FR-2/FR-1] A- ............................... 24.00
629.*SR-90262: DVORAK - Symphony #9 (old #5). Paray/Detroit Sym. [PR-2/PR-2] A-(c/c) ................. 45.00
630.*SR-90263: GOULD - Spirituals; Fall River Legend. Hanson/ERSO. [TAS 44:177-78; 53:120]
       [PR-2/PR-2] A--(c/c) ......................................................................................................................... 19.00
631.*SR-90325: MORE MARCH FAVORITES - Trojan March; Crown Imperial; Marche Heroique;
       Wedding March; Children's March; Golden Ear; Egyptian March. Misc artists - taken from
       earlier releases. [PR-2/PR-2] A- ........................................................................................................ 20.00
632.*SR-90371: LISZT - Hungarian Rhapsodies #1, 4, 5 & 6. Dorati/LSO. [TAS 38:143;
       54:160+164] [CS-2/CS-6] A-(c/c) ..................................................................................................... 28.00
633.*SR-90375: BERLIOZ - Symphonie Fantastique; Corsair Overture; Royal Hunt & Storm.
       Paray/Detroit. [PR-2/PR-2] A-(c/c; little writing on back cover) ................................................... 16.00
634.*SR-90386: ROSSINI OVERTURES - William Tell; Barber of Seville; Scala di Seta. ROSSINI-
       RESPIGHI - La Boutique Fantasque. Benzi/Lamoureux Orch. [TAS 36:169] [PR-2/PR-2]
       A-(c/c)................................................................................................................................................ 12.00
635.*SR-90429: VIRGIL THOMSON - Symphony on a Hymn Tune; Feast of Love (Clatworthy,
       baritone). HANSON - Four Psalms (Boucher, baritone). Hanson/ERSO. [TAS 34:181]
       [RFR-4/RFR-2] A- ............................................................................................................................ 20.00
636.*SR-90436: HAYDN - Symphonies #59 & #81. Dorati/Fest Ch Orch. [TAS 38:141] [PR-2/PR-
       2] A-(c/c) ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
637.*SR-90439: COATES - London Suite; Four Ways Suite; The Three Elizabeths. Fennell/London
       Pops. [TAS 41:124] [RFR-2/M-2] A- ............................................................................................... 18.00
638.*SRI-75007: HANSON - Symphony #2; Lament for Beowulf. Hanson/ERSO (and Cho, in
       Lament). [from SR-90192; TAS 30:139-40; 35:108; 65:156L] A- to A ........................................... 12.00
639.*SRI-75010: HOVHANESS - Symphony #4. GIANNINI - Symphony #3. Roller/EWE. [great
       tam-tam and trombones!][from SR-90366: TAS 35:109; 53:118; 54:163] A- to A ......................... 18.00
640.*SRI-75050: CHADWICK - Symphonic Sketches. PISTON - The Incredible Flutist.
       Hanson/ERSO. [from SR-90018(TAS 37:96) & SR-90206(TAS 31:96; 32;148; 53:120)] A-
       to A .................................................................................................................................................... 16.00
641.*SRI-75058: STRAVINSKY - The Firebird (complete). Dorati/LSO. [From SR-90226: TAS
       32:144; 35:110; 44:128; 54:160; 54:164] A-..................................................................................... 18.00
642.*SRI-75112: HANSON - Symphonies #1 & #3. Hanson/ERSO. [from SR-90165(TAS 31:96) &
       SR-90449(TAS 37:95); I've never found a decent pressing of the latter] A- to A ............................ 16.00
643.*SRI-75116: McPHEE - Tabuh-Tabuhan. Hanson/ERSO. SCHULLER - Seven Studies on
       Themes of Paul Klee. BLOCH - Sinfonia Breve. Dorati/Mpls. [from SR-90103 (TAS
       39:127-8; 53:120; 65:156L); SR-90282 (TAS 31:98; 53:116; 54:164); SR-90288 (TAS 37:94;
       53:117; 54:164)] A- to A ................................................................................................................... 32.00
644.*SRI-75118: CORIGLIANO - Piano Concerto (Somer; Allesandro/San Antonio Sym).
       BARTOK - Divertimento (Dorati/BBC Sym). [TAS 153:65; from SR-90517 & SR-90416]
       A- to A ............................................................................................................................................... 20.00
645.*SRI2-77003(2): ADAM - Giselle (complete ballet). Fistoulari/LSO. [See TAS 34:180 re original
       issue on SR2-9011; this reissue scarce too - first copy I've had] A- to A ......................................... 30.00

RCA listings begin on following page 
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.
646.*ARP1-4440: SAINT-SAENS - Symphony #3. Zamkochian, organ; Munch/BSO. [Mohr;
       Layton; "Point 5" Series half-speed re-mastering from LSC-2341] A-(c/c) ..................................... 16.00
647.*ATL1-4156: FRANCK - Symphony in d. Monteux/CSO. [Mohr; Layton] [Half-speed
       remastering ("Point 5" Series) of LSC-2514: TAS 29:122; 30:128; 90:136-7; German Teldec
       pressing] A- to A(demo copy) ........................................................................................................... 20.00
648.*ATL1-4286: STRAUSS - Also Sprach Zarathustra. Reiner/CSO. [Pfeiffer; Chase] [Half-speed
       re-mastering ("Point 5 Series") of the first Reiner/CSO Zarathustra, recorded March 8, 1954.
       See TAS 75/76:78 re original issue on LSC-1806.] A-(Teldec pressing) ......................................... 25.00
649.*CAMDEN LIVING STEREO CAS-469: POP CONCERT FAVORITES - Finlandia; William
       Tell & Fledermaus Overtures; Carmen Suite #1. Gruner-Hegge/Oslo Phil. [Living Stereo;
       1S/1S; recorded June, 1958; only in print January 1959 - May 1961] A-......................................... 13.00
650.*CAMDEN LIVING STEREO CAS-475: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #2. Baekkelund;
       Fjeldstad/Oslo Phil. [Living Stereo; 1S/1S; recorded June, 1958; only in print April 1959 -
       May 1961; scarce item] A- ................................................................................................................ 16.00
651.*GL-25006 (BRITISH): ELIZABETHAN SERENADE - Popular English Favorites. Britten -
       Young Person's Guide. Arnold - Four Scottish Dances. Short works by Elgar(2), Binge,
       Walton & Tove. Charles Gerhardt/NPO. A- .................................................................................. 16.00
652. LBC-1076: BRAHMS - Variations on a Theme of Paganini; Variations on an Original Theme,
       Op.21; Capriccio in b, Op.76, #2. Jan Smeterlin, piano. [Very rare: only in print from late
       1954 or early 1955 until August 1956; this is Polyphony's first copy] A-(brief lgt tks sd 2;
       otherwise superb!) ............................................................................................................................. 45.00
                                               RCA LCT Series
As I continue to explore this remarkable collection of mono RCA LP's, I have come this time to the LCT
releases. RCA began issuing LP's in the LCT series in late 1950, consisting of transfers of famous material
from the 78-rpm era. They were issued at full price and were designated "Red Seal Collector's Issue," but were
actually given special gold labels (later pressings of those that remained in the catalog into the late 1950's
eventually had "Plum Dog," or "Shaded Dog," or even later labels). The records were further designated
"Treasury of Immortal Performances;" some of the last issues were identified instead as "From the Connoisseur
Catalog." Most of the discs were single 12-inch records in a series beginning with LCT-1000, but there were a
few 10-inch issues, and several boxed sets also. The early issues often included the same wonderful cover art
that the 78-rpm sets had used. For some reason, RCA did not use the numbers from 1051 through 1099, so the
sequence runs only from 1000 to 1050, and then from 1100 to the final issue, LCT-1160. There were several
other lacunae in the series - numbers which went unused. The group in this catalog, amazingly, includes all the
discs which I believe were issued save one: LCT-1101, which held excerpts from Aida with Serafin and the
Rome Opera. I believe all the other missing numbers were simply ones which were not used. The last issues in
this series arrived in late 1954 and early 1955, but nearly half were deleted by late 1956, and many more
followed in 1957 and 1958. The rarest issues are those which were not issued until 1954, but were then gone by
1956. I hope you enjoy browsing this historic group!

653. LCT----5: HAMLET - Excerpts from the soundtrack of the Laurence Olivier film. Sir William
        Walton's music performed by Mathieson/PO. [10-inch] [GL; 1S/1S] B+(occ tks; cover
        scuffy) ................................................................................................................................................ 12.00
654. LCT----6: PROKOFIEV - Violin Concerto #2. Heifetz; Koussevitzky/BSO. [10-inch; the first -
        and I believe the only - LP issue of this until the Heifetz Collection boxed sets] [GL; 1S/1S]
        B+ ...................................................................................................................................................... 16.00
655. LCT---10: Rosa Ponselle in Opera and Song - Arias from Vestale(2), Otello(2); Songs of
        Schubert & Bishop. [10-inch] [GL; 1S/1S] A-- ................................................................................ 11.00
656. LCT---16: OPERETTA FAVORITES - Selections by Herbert(3), Friml(3) & Romberg(2).
        Jeanette MacDonald & Nelson Eddy. [10-inch] [GL; 1S/1S] A-(very fine!) ................................ 12.00
657. LCT-1000: GENIUS AT THE KEYBOARD - Short pieces played by Paderewski(4), de
        Pachman, Rachmaninoff(3), Albert Schweitzer (organ, of course) Prokofiev & Rosenthal.
        [issued December 1950; deleted March 1956] [GL; 1S/2S] A-/A--(ticks 30 seconds, side 2,
        band 1) ............................................................................................................................................... 12.00
658. LCT-1001: WAGNER - A TREASURY OF IMMORTAL PERFORMANCES by Lehmann,
        Leider, Rethberg, Schorr, Schumann-Heink & Gadski. [PL; 1S/7S] B-/C+................................. 4.00
659. LCT-1002: MAGIC STRINGS - Short works performed by Kreisler(3), Elman(2), Casals(3),
        Segovia. [issued Dec 1950; deleted March 1956] [GL; 2S/2S] A- to B+(mostly A-; few lgt
        blems; minor cover scuffs) ................................................................................................................ 16.00
660. LCT-1003: GOLDEN AGE ENSEMBLES - Recordings by Caruso, De Luca, Journet, Galli-
        Curci, Hempel, Rothier, De Segurola, Ponselle, Pinza, Schorr, Schumann, Melchior,
        Alda, Homer, Farrar & Scotti. [GL; 1S/1S] B- ............................................................................... 6.00
661. LCT-1004: GOLDEN DUETS - Caruso/Ruffo, Bori/McCormack, Ponselle/Martinelli,
        Caruso/Scotti, Farrar/Caruso, Ponselle/Telva, Gigli/Ruffo. [issued 12/50; deleted 3/56]
        [GL; 4S/5S] B- .................................................................................................................................... 6.00
662. LCT-1005: SACRED SONGS - Sung by Matzenauer(2), Schumann-Heink(2), Chaliapin(2),
        McCormack(2), Ponselle, Caruso. D(but the cover is good!) .......................................................... 2.00
663. LCT-1006: GOLDEN AGE AT THE METROPOLITAN - Arias by Bori, Calve, Caruso,
        Farrar, Galli-Curci, Journet, Ponselle, Ruffo, Schipa, Tetrazzini, Chaliapin, Rethberg,
        McCormack. [GL; 2S/2S] B to B+ .................................................................................................. 12.00
664. LCT-1007: CARUSO - Arias from Elisir, Gioconda, Africana, Boheme, Juive, Carmen, Aida,
        Pecheurs, Pag, Rigoletto. [GL; 5S/5S] B ............................................................................................ 8.00
665. LCT-1008: GOLDEN VOICES SING LIGHT MUSIC - Selections by Bori, Galli-Curci, Gluck,
        Homer, Ponselle, Schumann-Heink, McCormack, Chaliapin & Rethberg. [GL; 1S/2S]
        B/B- ..................................................................................................................................................... 8.00
666. LCT-1009: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #3. Rubinstein; Toscanini/NBC Sym. [broadcast,
        1944] [PD; 17S/10S] A-(lovely!) ...................................................................................................... 18.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
667. LCT-1010: BEETHOVEN - Violin Concerto. Heifetz; Toscanini/NBC Sym. [GL; 22S/20S] A-
        (sd 2: occ tks, mostly very light) ......................................................................................................... 9.00
668. LCT-1012: TCHAIKOVSKY - Piano Concerto Horowitz; Toscanini/NBC. [PD; 22S/14S] A-
        (superb copy!) .................................................................................................................................... 16.00
669. LCT-1013: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #7. Toscanini/NYP. [GL; 7S/6S] A-(lgt scr off & on,
        movement 1) ...................................................................................................................................... 12.00
670. LCT-1014: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #2. Composer, piano; Stokowski/Phila. [SD;
        18S/14S] A- ....................................................................................................................................... 12.00
671. LCT-1015: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #5. Schnabel; Stock/CSO. [GL; 3S/4S] A-- .................. 18.00
672. LCT-1016: BRAHMS - Double Concerto. Feuermann; Heifetz; Ormandy/Phila. [WD; 7S/10S]
        A- ....................................................................................................................................................... 12.00
673. LCT-1017: SCHUBERT - Piano Trio #1. Rubinstein; Heifetz; Feuermann. [GL; 2S/4S] B++/B ....... 9.00
674. LCT-1019: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #4. Composer, piano; Ormandy/Phila. [GL;
        1S/2S] B+ to A-(very nice copy for early pressing) .......................................................................... 12.00
675. LCT-1020: BEETHOVEN - Trio, Op.97 ("Archduke"). Rubinstein; Heifetz; Feuermann. [SD;
        19S/11S] A- ....................................................................................................................................... 12.00
676. LCT-1021: MOZART - Divertimento in E-flat, K.563. Heifetz; Primrose; Feuermann. [GL;
        1S/2S] B............................................................................................................................................. 12.00
677. LCT-1022: BRAHMS - Piano Trio #1, Op.8. Rubinstein; Heifetz; Feuermann. [PD; 4S/4S] A- ...... 16.00
678. LCT-1023: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #1 (Toscanini/BBC Sym). Brahms - Haydn Variations
        (Toscanini/NYP). [GL; 1S/1S] C+/B(cover fine, though!) ................................................................ 4.00
679. LCT-1025: BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #2. Horowitz; Toscanini/NBC. [WD; 16S/13S] A- .............. 12.00
680. LCT-1026: DVORAK - Cello Concerto. Casals; Szell/CPO. [GL; 2S/2S] A-(very fine for an
        early pressing) ................................................................................................................................... 24.00
681. LCT-1028: BOCCHERINI - Cello Concerto. BRUCH - Kol Nidrei. Casals; Ronald/LSO. [GL;
        2S/3S] B- ............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
682. LCT-1029: MOZART - Piano Concerto #26, Landowska; Goehr/Ch Orch. HAYDN - Concerto
        in D, Op.21 (on harpsichord). Landowska; Bigot/Orch). [GL; 1S/1S] A-- .................................... 16.00
683. LCT-1031: PINZA: Italian Songs of 17th & 18th Centuries (Kitzinger, piano). PINZA &
        RETHBERG: Mozart Arias & duets from Figaro(5) & Don Giovanni (Reibold/RCA Victor
        Sym). [GL; 3S/1S] B-.......................................................................................................................... 8.00
684. LCT-1032: BEETHOVEN - Concerto #4. Rubinstein; Beecham/RPO. [GL; 2S/5S] B+(occ tks) ...... 16.00
685. LCT-1033: WAGNER - Die Walkure, Act I. Lehmann; Melchior; List; Walter/VPO. [fine
        copy of this first LP issue of legendary recording; issued in box with libretto; first copy I've
        had in this form] [GL; 6S/2S] A-(brief lgt tks sd 1) .......................................................................... 32.00
686. LCT-1034: CARUSO IN OPERA AND SONG - Arias - Ballo, Tosca, Trovatore(2), Cid,
        Boheme; Songs - Donaudy, Tosti, Alvarez, Rossini. [PD; 5S/7S] A--(occ tks) ................................. 9.00
687. LCT-1035: AIDA OF YESTERDAY - Selections by Gigli, Rethberg, Ponselle,
        Martinelli/Pinza, Gadski/Amato, Ponselle/Martinelli & Homer/Caruso. [GL; 1S/1S]
        B/B+ .................................................................................................................................................... 9.00
688. LCT-1036: JOHN McCORMACK IN OPERA AND SONG - Arias from Lucia, Tristan, Jocelyn,
        Elisir; Songs of Wagner, O'Brien, Marshall & Adeste Fideles. [GL; ?S/1S] B- ................................. 7.00
689. LCT-1037: FAMOUS DUETS - Caruso/Gluck, Caruso/Farrar, Gigli/Pinza(2),
        Bori/McCormack, Galli-Curci/Schipa, Farrar/Scotti & Martinelli/Journet. [GL; 2S/1S]
        B+ to B(varies) .................................................................................................................................. 10.00
690. LCT-1038: GREAT PIANISTS OF THE PAST PLAY CHOPIN - Pachmann, Rosenthal,
        Paderewski, Levitzki, Cortot, Rachmaninoff & Lhevinne. [GL; 1S/1S] A--(1st 1/4-inch sd
        2 is B-) ................................................................................................................................................. 9.00
691. LCT-1039: STARS OF THE GOLDEN AGE - Arias by Galli-Curci(2), Caruso(2), Ruffo,
        Scotti, Bori, Destinn, Homer, Melba & Battistini-Sillich. [GL; 1S/1S] A-(brief tks, sd
        2/bnd 2 - Caruso Cav)........................................................................................................................ 12.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
692. LCT-1041: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #5; Prometheus Overture; Adagio & Scherzo from
        Quartet #16 (all with Toscanini/NBC Sym); Leonore Overture #1 (Toscanini/BBC Sym).
        [1939 recording of the 5th, not 1952] [GL; 11S/9S] B+ ................................................................... 16.00
693. LCT-1042: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #6. Toscanini/BBC Sym. [scarce!] [GL; 1S/1S] B/B- ........... 10.00
694. LCT-1043: BRAHMS - Violin Concerto. Heifetz; Koussevitzky/BSO. [deleted July/Aug 1957]
        [GL; 3S/3S] A--(occ lgt tks, but very fine) ....................................................................................... 25.00
695. LCT-1048: SCHUBERT - Schone Mullerin. Aksel Schiotz; Gerald Moore, piano. [GL; 2S/2S]
        A-/B+(only lgt tks from superficial marks sd 2) ............................................................................... 10.00
696. LCT-1049: FRITZ KREISLER - My Favorites: Six of his own works (with O'Connell/RCA
        Orch; rec 1942); and works of Tchaikovsky, Foster, Dvorak, Nevin, Grainger & Massenet
        (with Lamson or Rupp, piano). [SD; 8S/8S] A- .............................................................................. 12.00
697. LCT-1050: CASALS ENCORES - Bach, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Wagner(2),
        Rubinstein, Saint-Saens, Dvorak, Rimsky-Korsakoff & Granados. [GL; 3S/1S] B to B+ ............... 18.00
698. LCT-1100: GOUNOD - Faust (excerpts). Geori-Boue; Saint-Arnaud; Nore; Bourdin;
        Beecham/RPO & Cho. [GL; 3S/1S] A-- ......................................................................................... 16.00
699. LCT-1102: PUCCINI - Tosca (exc). Caniglia; Gigli; Borgioli; de Fabritiis/Rome Opera. [PD;
        12S/4S] A- ......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
700. LCT-1103: CARUSO IN FAUST - Eight excerpts with Farrar, Gilibert, Scotti & Journet.
        [recorded 1906-1913] [GL; 1S/1S] B+/B .......................................................................................... 12.00
701. LCT-1104: BACH - Suites #2 & #3 for Solo Cello. Casals. [GL; 3S/3S] B+(brief tks sd 2) ................ 25.00
702. LCT-1105: WAGNER - Lohengrin: Act III Bridal Chamber Scene; Parsifal: Act II Kundry-
        Parsifal Duet. Flagstad; Melchior; McArthur/RCA Victor Sym. [GL; 4S/1S] B to B+ .............. 12.00
703. LCT-1106: GLIERE - Symphony #3 ("Ilia Mourometz"). Stokowski/Phila. [only in print January
        1953 until March 1956] [GL; 3S/1S] B+(occ lgt tks; moderate tks 1st 30 sec sd 2) ........................ 20.00
704. LCT-1108: LOTTE LEHMANN - Songs of Schubert(11), Mozart(2), Brahms(3), Franz(2) &
        Schumann(2). Balogh & Ulanowsky, pianists. [GL; 1S/4S] B+(outside grooves noisy, side 2) ..... 16.00
705. LCT-1109: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #24, #27 & #32. Schnabel. [GL; 4S/8S] A-/A--(nice!) ..... 15.00
706. LCT-1110: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #9, #13 & #30. Schnabel. [PD; 11S/14S] A-- ................... 12.00
707. LCT-1111: MARIAN ANDERSON - Arias from Bach Cantatas #12(2) & #81, Christmas
        Oratorio, St. Matthew, St. John; Messiah(2), Elijah, St. Paul. Shaw & O'Connell/RCA Sym.
        [SD; 7S/16S] A- ................................................................................................................................ 18.00
708. LCT-1112: OLD CURIOSITY SHOP - Eclectic collection of selections (recorded 1911-1929) by
        Will Rogers, Helen Kane, Helen Morgan, Sophie Tucker, Gloria Swanson, De Wolf
        Hopper ("Casey at the Bat"), Marlene Dietrich, Maurice Chevalier, John Barrymore,
        Fanny Brice, Nora Bayes, Jack Norworth & Enrico Caruso. [GL; 5S/3S] A--(lovely copy;
        original 78's have some sur nse) ........................................................................................................ 25.00
709. LCT-1113: SIBELIUS - Violin Concerto. (Beecham/LPO). CHAUSSON - Concerto for Violin,
        Piano & String Quartet (Sanroma; Musical Art Quartet). Jascha Heifetz, violin, in all.
        [GL; 1S/4S] A-(very fine, especially for GL pressing!).................................................................... 25.00
710. LCT-1115: CRITIC'S CHOICE - IRVING KOLODIN: Vocal selections by Maynor, Schipa,
        Tibbett, Schumann, Cebotari, Onegin, Thorborg, John Charles Thomas, Crooks,
        Warren & Ivogun. [GL; 1S/1S] B+ to B(varies) ............................................................................... 9.00
711. LCT-1116: WAGNER - Brunnhilde's Immolation (Traubel; rec.1941); Siegfried Idyll (rec.1946).
        Toscanini/NBC Sym. [GL; 5S/5S] A-(very fine!) ........................................................................... 16.00
712. LCT-1117: MENDELSSOHN - Violin Concerto. Heifetz; Ronald/LPO. MOZART - Violin
        Concerto #4. Heifetz; Sargent/LPO. [only in print 1/53 to 3/56] [GL; 4S/6S] B(most is much
        better, but some lgt scrs) .................................................................................................................... 20.00
713. LCT-1118: RACHMANINOFF - Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (Stokowski/Phila); Concerto
        #1 (Ormandy/Phila). Composer, piano, in both. [PD; 14S/4S] A- ................................................ 16.00
714. LCT-1119: SCHUMANN - Cello Concerto. Piatigorsky; Barbirolli/LPO. BRAHMS - Cello
        Sonata #1. Piatigorsky; Rubinstein. [only in print January 1953 until March 1956] [GL;
        1S/3S] B+(1st 1/4-in each sd is B; brief tks end Brahms) ................................................................. 32.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
715. LCT-1120: BACH - Double Concerto in d (Menuhin; Enesco; Monteux/Orch); Sonata in E for
        Violin & Harpsichord Concertante (Menuhin; Landowska). [only in print Jan 1953 - March
        1956; scarce!] [GL; 1S/2S] B/B- ....................................................................................................... 32.00
716. LCT-1121: CARUSO & McCORMACK - Christmas Music (each sings five songs). [only the
        second copy I've ever seen of this disc; handsome early-50's cover in lovely condition] [GL;
        3S/2S] B+/B- ..................................................................................................................................... 12.00
717. LCT-1122: FRANCK - Sonata for Violin & Piano (Heifetz; Rubinstein). STRAUSS - Sonata for
        Violin & Piano (Heifetz; Arpad Sandor). [GL; 1S/2S] A-- ............................................................ 25.00
718. LCT-1123: THE CHOIR OF ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI - Nine pieces by Alessadro Borroni (2),
        Domenico Stella (5), Albino Varrotti & Bernardino Rizzi. Capponi, conductor. [PD; 1S/1S]
        A- ....................................................................................................................................................... 10.00
719. LCT-1124: BEETHOVEN - Sonatas #3, #4 & #5 for Cello & Piano. Fournier; Schnabel. [PD;
        4S/2S] C+ to B+(improves from outer to inner grooves) .................................................................... 6.00
720. LCT-1125: VINCENT D'INDY - Symphony #2. Monteux/San Francisco Sym. [Very scarce;
        magnificent, iconic performance released in December of 1953; deleted March 1956;
        unaccountably not reissued by French RCA in late 70's with other Monteux/SFSO material; of
        course, has the same wonderful cover as the original 78's] [GL; 2S/1S] A-(edges briefly B to
        B+; rest very fine) .............................................................................................................................. 65.00
721. LCT-1126: SCHUMANN - Frauenliebe und Leben. SCHUBERT - Songs (7). Elizabeth
        Schumann; Gerald Moore, piano. [GL; 1S/2S] B to B+(varies) .................................................... 12.00
722. LCT-1127: TCHAIKOVSKY - Piano Concerto #2 (Moiseiwitsch; Weldon/Liverpool
        Philharmonic). RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #1 (Moiseiwitsch; Sargent/PO). [GL;
        1S/1S] A-(superb copy!).................................................................................................................... 40.00
723. LCT-1128: GRIEG - Sonata #3 for Violin & Piano. SCHUBERT: Sonata #5. Kriesler;
        Rachmaninoff. [GL; 1S/2S] B++ ..................................................................................................... 18.00
724. LCT-1129: CARUSO - Neapolitan Songs (14) [PD; 3S/2S] A- ............................................................. 12.00
725. LCT-1130: HANDEL - Highlights from Messiah. Suddaby; Thomas; Nash; Antony;
        Beecham/RPO; Luton Choral Soc; Special Choir. [GL; 1S/1S] B- ............................................. 10.00
726. LCT-1131: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #4. Schnabel; Dobrowen/PO. [GL; 1S/1S] A- .............. 16.00
727. LCT-1132: SCHUMANN - Dichterliebe. Two recordings: by Aksel Schiotz with Gerald Moore,
        piano; and by Charles Panzera with Alfred Cortot, piano. [GL; 1S/4S] B to B+(varies) ............. 20.00
728. LCT-1133: MAGGIE TEYTE IN FRENCH ART SONGS - Debussy (Fetes Galantes; Trois
        Chansons de Bilitis; Le Promenoir de Deux Amants; 3 more); Hahn(3), Paladilhe, Duparc &
        Faure. Cortot & Moore, pianists. [GL; 1S/1S] C+(but the cover is very nice!) ................................ 4.00
729. LCT-1134: COPLAND - Appalachian Spring; El Salon Mexico. Koussevitzky/BSO. [unlike the
        very scarce later Koussevitzky issues in this series, this remained in the catalog until January
        of 1960] [GL; 1S/2S] A- to B+.......................................................................................................... 16.00
730. LCT-1135: RICHARD STRAUSS - Electra (Final Scene). Schluter; Weltisch; Schoeffler;
        Beecham/RPO & Cho. [GL; 1S/1S] A-(bit more snd beg sds, but very fine) ................................. 16.00
731. LCT-1136: RACHMANINOFF - Five Preludes, Two Etudes, seven more short pieces; short
        works of Kreisler, Schubert, Mendelssohn & Chopin. Rachmaninoff, piano. [GL; 1S/1S] B+
        to B(varies) .......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
732. LCT-1137: BACH - Italian Concerto; Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue in d; Partita #1; Toccata in D.
        Wanda Landowska, harpsichord. [GL; 1S/1S] A-- ......................................................................... 16.00
733. LCT-1138: TEN UNFORGOTTEN STARS - Arias by Bori, Caruso, De Luca, Galli-Curci,
        Gigli, McCormack, Ponselle, Schipa, Tibbett, Thomas. [GL; 2S/1S] B ...................................... 10.00
734. LCT-1139: VIRGIL THOMSON - Four Saints in Three Acts. Robinson-Wayne; Greene; Inez
        & Edward Matthews; Holland; Composer/Orch & Cho. [issued in 1954; deleted March
        1956: scarce!] [GL; 1S/1S] A-(occ tks beg sds, but very fine) ......................................................... 25.00
735. LCT-1140: BACH - Concerto for Two Pianos in C. MOZART - Concerto for Two Pianos in E-
        Flat, K.365. Artur & Karl Ulrich Schnabel; Boult/LSO. [recorded 1936; very scarce; only
        in print August 1954 - March 1956] [GL; 1S/1S] A-(startlingly fine!) ............................................ 45.00
736. LCT-1141: SCHUMANN - Trio #1. SCHUBERT - Trio #1. Thibaud; Cortot; Casals. [PD;
        2S/1S] A-(very minor back cover stains & writing) ......................................................................... 12.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
737. LCT-1142: FRITZ KREISLER PLAYS - KREISLER - Concerto in C (In the style of Vivaldi;
        Voorhees/RCA String Orch). PAGANINI-KREISLER - Concerto (Ormandy/Phila).
        Transcriptions (mostly by Kreisler) of works by Bach, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky,
        Debussy(2), Rimsky, Beethoven, Cadman & Falla (Rupp & Lamson, pianists). [only in print
        from 1954 until August 1956] [GL; 1S/2S] A-(lovely!) ................................................................... 32.00
738. LCT-1143: EIGHT BRAZILIAN SONGS (Elsie Houston, soprano; Pablo Miguel, piano;
        recorded January 1941). VILLA-LOBOS - Bachianas Brasileiras #1 (Marx/Brazilian
        Festival Orch); Nonetto (Ross/Brazilian Festival Orch & Schola Cantorum) (recorded
        October 1940). [Very fine copy of a very unusual item, only in print from 1954 until August
        1956] [GL; 1S/1S] A-(superb copy!) ................................................................................................ 45.00
739. LCT-1144: PROKOFIEV - Lieutenant Kije Suite; Romeo & Juliet, Suite #2; March & Scherzo
        from Love for Three Oranges. Koussevitzky/BSO. [recorded 1937 (Kije) & 1945 (Romeo)]
        [GL; 1S/1S] B/B+(varies; minor cover tape repair) .......................................................................... 20.00
740. LCT-1145: KOUSSEVITZKY PLAYS THE DOUBLE BASS - Works of Henry Eccles,
        Beethoven, Gustav Laska, & Koussevitzky himself (3). Pierre Luboshutz, piano; recorded
        1929. TCHAIKOVSKY - Romeo & Juliet. Koussevitzky/BSO. [Issued in late 1954 and
        deleted in August 1956, this is perhaps the most sought-after of Koussevitzky LP's] [GL;
        4S/1S] A-(outstandinly fine copy)................................................................................................... 100.00
741. LCT-1146: BERLIOZ - Harold in Italy (William Primrose, viola; the legendary first recording of
        the work; November 28, 1944); Three Excerpts from The Damnation of Faust.
        Koussevitzky/BSO. [GL; 4S/2S] A-(far and away the best copy I've ever had!) ............................ 75.00
742. LCT-1147: EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY - Twelve Poems (read by the author; recorded
        1941). ALICE DUER MILLER - The White Cliffs of Dover. Read by Lynn Fontanne, with
        musical setting by Frank Black (Arthur Lange/Orch; recorded 1941 also). [PD; 1S/1S] A-......... 20.00
743. LCT-1150: MOZART - Divertimento in E-flat, K.563 (Heifetz; Primrose; Feuermann); Duo #2
        (Heifetz; Primrose). HALVORSEN: Passacaglia (Heifetz; Primrose). [PD; 9S/5S] A- ............... 20.00
744. LCT-1151: SIBELIUS - Symphony #5 (Koussevitzky/BSO); Symphony #7 (Koussevitzky/BBC
        Sym; live). [GL; 4S/1S] A-(superb!)................................................................................................. 40.00
745. LCT-1152: STRAVINSKY - Capriccio (Sanroma). FAURE - Pelleas et Melisande Suite.
        COPLAND - Lincoln Portrait (Melvyn Douglas). SIBELIUS - Pohjola's Daughter.
        Koussevitzky/BSO. [fine copy; one of the scarcest Koussevitzky LP's; in print only late 1954
        until August 1956] [GL; 1S/1S] A-(very fine!) ................................................................................. 75.00
746. LCT-1153: HARRIS - Symphony #3. HANSON - Symphony #3. Koussevitzky/BSO. [first
        recordings] [GL; 1S/2S] A--(mod tks 1st 1/4-inch of Harris) ........................................................... 35.00
747. LCT-1154: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #15, #19 & #31. [recorded in England, 1932] [PL;
        4S/12S] A-- ........................................................................................................................................ 12.00
748. LCT-1155: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #2, #14 & #26. Schnabel. [PD; 1S/1S] B+........................ 10.00
749. LCT-1156: NOEL AND GERTIE - Selections from Noel Coward's "Private Lives," "Shadow
        Play" & "Red Peppers" (Noel Coward; Gertrude Lawrence); "Conversation Piece"
        (Coward; Yvonne Printemps); "Zigeuner," "Mrs.Worthington," "Half-Caste Woman,"
        "Parisian Pierrot," "Bitter Sweet" & "Words and Music" (Coward alone). [recorded 1929-38]
        [PD; 1S/1S] A- to B+ ........................................................................................................................ 25.00
750. LCT-1157: BRAHMS - Eighteen Songs. Alexander Kipnis, bass; Ernst Victor Wolff, piano.
        [only in print from late 1954 until August 1956] [PD; 1S/3S] A-..................................................... 25.00
751. LCT-1158: CRITIC'S CHOICE - Chosen by Paul Hume. Eleven vocal selections, the most
        sought-after of which is Samuel Barber singing his own Dover Beach with the Curtis
        Quartet. Other artists include Kipnis, dal Monte, Chaliapin, McCormack, Schumann-
        Heink, Perras, Schumann, Frijsh, Bernac, Garden, Raisa. [PD; 1S/2S] A-(some of the
        originals have some surface snd) ....................................................................................................... 18.00
752. LCT-1160: LOUIS GRUENBERG - Violin Concerto (Heifetz; Monteux/San Francisco Sym).
        DOHNANYI - Serenade in C (Heifetz; Primrose; Feuermann). [very scarce in this initial
        LP issue: not released until April 1955, it disappeared after October 1956 to be replaced by
        the same coupling on LVT-1017] [PD; 1S/1S] A-(lovely!) .............................................................. 45.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
753. 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+................................................................................................................................ 12.00
754. LCT-6001(2): MOZART - Marriage of Figaro. Mildmay; Rautawaara; Helletsgruber; Domgraf-
        Fassbaender; Nash; Busch/Glyndebourne Festival Opera Company. [rec 1934/35] [GL;
        5S/1S/5S/1S] B++(occ tks) ............................................................................................................... 13.00
755. LCT-6002(2): WAGNER - Die Meistersinger (Act III Complete). Teschemacher; Ralf; Nissen;
        Sven Nilsson; Jung; Kremer; Fuchs; Bohm/Saxon State Orch; Cho. [GL;1S/1/1/2] A- to B+ ..... 16.00
756. LCT-6005(2): STRAUSS - Der Rosenkavalier (abridged). Lehmann; Schumann; Olszewska;
        Mayr; Heger/VPO. [GL;3S/1/1/1] B ................................................................................................ 12.00
757. LCT-6011(2): GREGORIAN CHANT - Twenty-eight Works. Monks Choir of Saint-Pierre de
        Solesmes Abbey. [PD;5S/5/4/9] B.................................................................................................... 12.00
758. LCT-6013(2): MOZART - Piano Concerti #17 (Fischer/His Ch Orch); #20 (Sargent/LPO); #22
        (Barbirolli/Ch Orch); & #24 (Collingwood/LPO). All with Edwin Fischer, piano. [GL;
        1S/1S/4S/1S] A-- ............................................................................................................................... 40.00
759. LCT-6100(3): GOUNOD - Faust. Nore; Rico; Geori-Boue; Bourdon; Frank; Beecham/RPO;
        Cho. [GL; 1S/1S/2S/1S/2S/1S] A--(occ lgt tks from small blems, but very nice) ............................ 40.00
760. LCT-6101(3): MOZART - The Magic Flute. Berger; Lemnitz; Roswaenge; Husch; Strienz;
        Bielke; Beecham/BPO & Cho. [recorded 1937][GL; 2S/8S/4S/4S/10S/5S] A-- ............................ 25.00
761. LCT-6102(3): MOZART - Don Giovanni. Souez; Helletsgruber; Mildmay; Baccaloni; Brownlee;
        Busch/Glyndebourne Festival, 1936. [GL; 7S/13S/14S/6S/8S/16S; very slight box damage]
        A-(very fine; only slight snd from couple rubs) ................................................................................ 24.00
762. LCT-6103(3): DEBUSSY - Pelleas et Melisande. Joachim; Jansen; Cernay; Cabanel; Etcheverry;
        Desormiere/Orch. [GL; 1S/2S/1S/2S/1S/1S] B+(occ tks, especially side 3) .................................. 20.00
763. LCT-6401(4): HANDEL - Messiah. Suddaby; Thomas; Nash; Antony; Beecham/RPO; Luton
        Choral Society and Special Choir. [Scarce 1947 version; Beecham gives several minutes'
        spoken discussion at outset regarding his use of different choirs for different sections of the
        work. See International Classical Record Collector Issue #1 (May 1995) for an article][SD;
        4S/9S/11S/13S/13S/9S/13S/14S] A-(side 1 A--) .............................................................................. 45.00
764. LCT-7004: GRACE MOORE IN OPERA AND SONG. Arias from Louise, Boheme, Show Boat,
        Dubarry; Songs of Kreisler, Pestalozza, Berlin, Tchaikovsky & Paulin. [10-inch] [GL; 1S/1S]
        B+(brief tks sd 2) ............................................................................................................................... 14.00
765. LD-6152(3): STRAUSS - Ariadne auf Naxos. Rysanek; Peters; Jurinac; Peerce;
        Leinsdorf/VPO. [Deluxe Soria-Series issue with 44-page Mignone libretto/book lavishly
        illustrated in predominately raspberry-lavender tones; quite captivating!] ] A-(SS;
        6S/1S/3S/3S/4S/4S) ........................................................................................................................... 35.00
766.*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) ................................................................................... 18.00
767.*LDS-6152(3): STRAUSS - Ariadne auf Naxos. Rysanek; Peters; Jurinac; Peerce;
        Leinsdorf/VPO. [Deluxe Soria-Series issue with 44-page Mignone libretto/book lavishly
        illustrated in predominately raspberry-lavender tones][SS; 1S/5S/3S/4S/5S/1S] A-(brief lgt
        crkl at beg & 12 lgt tks sd 2) ............................................................................................................. 75.00
768. LM--135: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Concerto for Two Pianos. Whittemore & Lowe;
        Golschmann/Robin Hood Dell Orch. [10-inch] B-/B(most plays well, but there are
        scratches) ............................................................................................................................................. 6.00
769. LM-1046: CHOPIN - Piano Concerto #2. Rubinsein; Steinberg/NBC Sym. [later jacket] [PD
        labels] A-/A--(brief tks mvt 3) .......................................................................................................... 10.00
770. LM-1046: CHOPIN - Piano Concerto #2. Rubinstein; Steinberg/NBC Sym. [early jacket] [early
        labels] B+........................................................................................................................................... 10.00
771. LM-1203: MAHLER - Songs of a Wayfarer (Boult/Orch). Wolf - 8 Songs (William Hughes,
        piano). Blanche Thebom, mezzo, in both. [scarce; deleted March, 1956] [early labels] A--
        (occ tks & crkl, but fine copy) ........................................................................................................... 35.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
772. LM-1703: GREAT COMBINATIONS - Unique pairings of artists specifically for this record:
       Anderson/Piatigorsky: My Old Kentucky Home; Carry Me Back to Old Virginny.
       Merrill/Menuhin: Songs of Handel & Rachmaninoff. Peerce/Elman: Songs of Braga & Del
       Riego. Pinza/Milstein: Songs of Tchaikovsky & Bohm. Stevens/Elman: Songs of Offenbach
       & Massenet. [early labels] B ............................................................................................................. 35.00
773. LM-1705: 20TH CENTURY MUSIC FOR TWO PIANOS - Works of Ravel, Bartok, Copland,
       Poulenc, Stravinsky & Bax. Whittemore & Lowe. [scarce!!] [early labels] B+(occ tks) ............... 25.00
774. LM-1707: CHOPIN - Ballades #3 & #4; Etude #3; Impromptu #1; Nocturne #15; Scherzo #1.
       Horowitz. [SD labels] A-- ................................................................................................................ 12.00
775. LM-1708: BACH - The Well-Tempered Clavier: Book II: Preludes & Fugues #9 - #16. Wanda
       Landowska, harpsichord. [recorded 1952] [PD labels] A-(with original glassine sleeve) .............. 12.00
776. LM-1715: CHOPIN - Four Mazurkas; Sonata #3. William Kapell, piano. [early labels] B .................. 20.00
777. LM-1716: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #21, #22 & #30. Solomon. [early labels] B......................... 12.00
778. LM-1717: MOZART - Piano Concerto #20 (Jose Iturbi); Concerto #10 for Two Pianos (Jose &
       Amparo Iturbi). Jose conducts RCA Victor Orchestra in both. [early labels] A--(brief tks
       beg #10; rest very fine) ...................................................................................................................... 35.00
779. LM-1719: MUSSORGSKY/RAVEL - Pictures at an Exhibition. Cantelli/NBC Sym.
       Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. PO. [surprisingly scarce Cantelli, especially in fine condition]
       [PD labels] A-/A-- ............................................................................................................................. 32.00
780. LM-1722: BEETHOVEN - Quartets #9 & #10. Paganini Quartet. [early labels] B ............................. 20.00
781. LM-1726: SLAUGHTER ON TENTH AVENUE AND OTHER BALLET SELECTIONS -
       Excerpts from Rodeo, Fancy Free, Interplay, 3-Cornered Hat, Age of Gold, Gayne, Sebastian
       & Petrouchka. Fiedler/BPS. [PD labels] B/A-- ................................................................................ 12.00
782. LM-1729: BEETHOVEN - Quartets #1 & #2. Paganini Quartet. [early labels] A--(beg each side
       briefly crackly; occ lgt tks) ................................................................................................................ 35.00
783. LM-1730: SCHUBERT - Rosamunde Ballet Suite. WAGNER - Parsifal Prelude & Music from
       Act III. Stokowski/His Symphony. [early labels] A--(4 loud tks, Schubert/very fine for this
       issue) .................................................................................................................................................. 24.00
784. LM-1734: LISZT - Piano Concerto #1. MENDELSSOHN - Piano Concerto #1. Iturbi, piano and
       conducting RCA Victor Symphony. [PD labels] A-(superficial scr sd 1 causes little or no
       snd) .................................................................................................................................................... 18.00
785. LM-1736: BEETHOVEN - Quartet #14. Paganini Quartet. [early labels] B- to B+(each side
       improves from edge to middle) ......................................................................................................... 12.00
786. LM-1740: BIZET - Highlights from Carmen. Albanese; Stevens; Peerce; Merrill; Reiner/RCA
       Victor Sym; Robert Shaw Chorale. [SD labels] A- to B+ ............................................................. 10.00
787. LM-1740: MISCHA ELMAN, violin, in works of TCHAIKOVSY (seven; inc None but the
       Lonely Heart) and WIENIAWSKI (five: three mazurkas, a polonaise and a legend). Joseph
       Seiger, piano. [VERY rare item, said to be Elman's scarcest RCA; released in August 1954, it
       was deleted in February 1957; not issued with inner sleeve (at least not in this early label
       label), so very, very tough to find in the just-short-of-superb condition which characterizes
       this copy] [early labels] A-(few very brief tks esp sd 1, but great press.) ....................................... 200.00
788. LM-1741: HONEGGER - Symphony #5. ROUSSEL - Bacchus et Ariane, Suite #2. RAVEL -
       Pavan. Munch/BSO. [recorded 1952/53] [early labels] A-(outstanding copy - best I've ever
       seen) ................................................................................................................................................... 35.00
789. LM-1742: TARTINI - "Devil's Trill" Sonata. VIOLIN ENCORES by Sarasate(3), Ravel,
       Wieniawski, Dvorak, Novacek, Kreisler, Granados & Bartok. Menuhin, vln; Gerald Moore,
       pf. [early labels] B(much is better) .................................................................................................... 25.00
790. LM-1745: CHERUBINI - Symphony in D. BEETHOVEN - Septet, Op.20. Toscanini/NBC. [SD
       labels] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 18.00
791. LM-1761: PROKOFIEV - Peter & the Wolf (Alec Guinness, narr). SAINT-SAENS - Carnival of
       the Animals. Fiedler/BPS. [early labels] B to B+ ............................................................................ 16.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
792. LM-1764: HIGHLIGHTS FROM BORIS GODOUNOFF. Rossi-Lemeni; Stokowski/San
       Francisco Sym; San Francisco Opera Chorus. [early labels] A--(with the earlier of the two
       covers) ............................................................................................................................................... 18.00
793. LM-1767: ITALIAN BAROQUE MUSIC - Works of Vivaldi, Marcello, Carissimi & Geminiani.
       Luisa Ribacchi, mezzo-soprano (in the Carissimi and one Vivaldi); Societa Corelli (in all).
       [early labels] A-(brief bbl thumps sd 1; otherwise outstanding) ....................................................... 18.00
794. LM-1769: ADLAI STEVENSON SPEAKS - Documentary devoted to excerpts of speeches
       Stevenson gave during the 1952 presidential campaign, edited and narrated by NBC
       Television's James Fleming. [First copy I've had of this record!] [early labels] B ........................... 25.00
795. LM-1771: JUSSI BJOERLING IN SONG - Wors of Schubert (5), Brahms, Liszt, Wolf, Grieg(2),
       Strauss, Sibelius, Sjoeberg, Rachmaninoff & Tosti. Schauwecker, piano. [SD labels] A-- ............ 12.00
796. LM-1772: LISZT - Mephisto Waltz; Liebestraum #3; Gnomenreigen; Hungarian Rhapsodies #6
       & 12; Valse Oubliee #1; Valse-Impromptu; Jeux d'Eaux; Legende #1. Alexander
       Brailowsky, piano. [early labels] A-(superb copy!) ......................................................................... 25.00
797. LM-1776: CORELLI - Concerti Grossi, Opus 6: #1, #2, #7, #8 & #9. Societa Corelli. [early
       labels] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
798. LM-1777: ZINKA MILANOV SINGS - Arias from Forza(3), Gioconda, Aida(2), Cav,
       Trovatore(2). Roggero; Vichegonov; Cellini/RCA Sym; Shaw/His Chorale. [early labels]
       B- ......................................................................................................................................................... 9.00
799. LM-1781: STRAUSS - Don Quixote. Piatigorsky; de Pasquale; Burgin; Munch/BSO.
       [recorded August 17, 1953; this copy is in the first of two jackets used for this issue: green-
       tinted Dore portrait of the Don in his library] [early labels] A--(very nice - only a few lgt tks) ...... 25.00
800. LM-1781: STRAUSS - Don Quixote. Piatigorsky; de Pasquale; Burgin; Munch/BSO.
       [recorded August 17, 1953; this copy is in the second of two jackets used for this issue: an
       odd collage-photo by Ben Rose] [PD labels] A-/A--(cluster scr tks off/on 30 sec side 2) ............... 18.00
801. LM-1786: ROBERTA PETERS - Youngest Member of a Great Tradition. Arias from Lucia,
       Puritani(2), Sonnambula(2), Linda di Chamounix. Cellini/RCA Sym. And from older
       members of the tradition: arias by Tetrazzini (Mignon); Galli-Curci (Barber); Pons
       (Lakme). [Recorded in September, 1953; mono only; released early 1954; deleted 10/58]
       [early labels] A--................................................................................................................................ 35.00
802. LM-1790: "FIEDLER'S 25TH." Anniversary disc (1954) with music of Elgar, Gillet, J. Strauss,
       Pierne, Bosc, Serradell, Paganini, Herbert, Schramml, Steffe. Boston Pops. [PD labels] A- .......... 16.00
803. LM-1792: PROKOFIEV - Sonata for Cello & Piano. BACH - Sonata #2. Piatigorsky, cello;
       Ralph Berkowitz, piano. [rec at Tanglewood; August, 1953] [early labels] A-(small blems in
       Bach cause little or no snd) ............................................................................................................... 35.00
804. LM-1798: GILBERT & SULLIVAN OVERTURES - Mikado, Pirates, HMS Pinafore, Iolanthe.
       Musical Comedy Medleys - South Pacific; Annie, Get Your Gun; Kiss Me, Kate; Brigadoon.
       Fiedler/BPS. [PD labels] A- ............................................................................................................. 15.00
805. LM-2101: JAN PEERCE - Golden Moments in Song. Works of Rossini, Leoncavallo, Grieg,
       Romberg, Adams, Scott, Brahe, Bond, d'Harelot, Geehl, de Curtis, di Capua, Padilla, Herbert
       & Moya. Misc assisting artists: conductors Fistoulari; Bass; Levin. [SD; 3S/8S] B...................... 10.00
806. LM-2102: MENDELSSOHN - Piano Concerto Concerto #2. GRIEG - Piano Concerto. Ania
       Dorfmann; Leinsdorf/Robin Hood Dell Orch, Philadelphia. [PD; 9S/1S] A- ............................ 12.00
807. LM-2103: STRAUSS - Sinfonia Domestica. Reiner/CSO. [Never in stereo on LP until VICS]
       [PD; 4S/4S] A--(superficial scr snds off & on, 1 inch, sd 1)............................................................. 10.00
808. LM-2106: RACHMANINOFF - Symphony #2. Boult/LPO. [Recorded July 24-27, 1956;
       Walthamstow; but never issued in stereo until VICS] [SD; 23S/11S] B+ .......................................... 9.00
809. LM-2107: DVORAK - Slavonic Dances #11 - #16. GRIEG - Lyric Suite. Malko/PO. [never in
       stereo to my knowledge, at least not in the U.S.] [PD; 1S/1S] A- .................................................... 18.00
810. LM-2108: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #5. Solomon; Menges/PO. [PD; 1S/1S] A-(neat cov
       tape repair) ......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
811. LM-2109: BLOCH - Schelomo. WALTON - Cello Concerto. Piatagorsky; Munch/BSO. [TAS
       re stereo issue: 36:123] [SD; 7S/5S] B(cover scuffs - different cover than stereo) ............................ 6.00
812. LM-2111: DEBUSSY - La Mer. IBERT - Escales. Munch/BSO, [Mohr; Layton; original deluxe
       issue with fold-open cover & illustrated bound-in booklet (never in stereo with this
       packaging) including excerpts of writing about the sea by Rachel Carson, Herman Melville,
       Joseph Conrad, Marcel Proust, etc.; TAS re stereo: 178: 144-6; 153:66] [SD; 4S/11S] A- ............. 25.00
813. LM-2112: VIENNA. J.STRAUSS JR.- Morning Papers; Emperor Waltz; Blue Danube. WEBER -
       Invitation to the Dance. JOSEF STRAUSS - Village Swallows. RICHARD STRAUSS -
       Rosenkavalier Waltzes. Reiner/CSO. [Original mono-only issue in fold-open album w/11-
       page booklet (stereo issue never available in this form) illustrated w/lovely photos of Vienna
       & essay by Joseph Wechsberg; TAS re stereo issue: 75/76:176-7; album here is in fine
       condition except for minor tears in spine, which I will leave to the new owner's choice either
       to ignore or repair carefully with tape] [PD; 1S/5S] A-(see note preceding re spine) ...................... 16.00
814. LM-2113: STRAVINSKY - Petrouchka; Firebird Suite. Monteux/PCO. [This Petrouchka is
       something of an orphan among Monteux recordings. This disc was a mono-only issue, but the
       Firebird Suite was later issued in true stereo on Victrola. The Petrouchka, despite being in
       recorded in stereo also, was passed over because Monteux subsequently re-recorded it with
       the BSO. Apart from a brief appearance on a late London STS issue, I don't think this
       Petrouchka has ever been back in the catalog. Nice cover too.] [SD; 8S/8S] A- .............................. 24.00
815. LM-2115: BACH - Sonata #2; Partita #3. Heifetz, solo violin. [PD; 6S/3S] A- .................................... 20.00
816. LM-2117: SCHOENBERG - Transfigured Night. PROKOFIEV - Romeo & Juliet Excerpts.
       Stokowski/His Sym(in Night); NBC Sym Members(in Romeo). [I don't think the
       Schoenberg was ever in stereo, at least on LP; the Romeo eventually showed up in 1978 on
       ARL1-2715 in a different coupling] [PD; 6S/11S] A-- ..................................................................... 16.00
817. LM-2118: MIKLOS ROZSA - Kipling's Jungle Book; Thief of Bagdad Suite. Leo Genn,
       narrator; Composer/Frankenland State Sym. [very obscure issue; mono-only; released
       September 1957 and deleted in April 1959; I've been told that Thief was later reissued in
       stereo on United Artists UAS-29725 in Britain] [PD; 5S/1S] A- ..................................................... 65.00
818. LM-2129: TCHAIKOVSKY - Violin Concerto. Heifetz; Reiner/CSO. [PD; 4S/4S] A-/B+ .................. 8.00
819. LM-2133: GLIERE - Red Poppy Suite. IPPOLITOV-IVANOV - Caucasian Sketches.
       Fistoulari/LPO. [never in stereo to my knowledge, at least in the U.S.] [SD; 10S/10S] A-- .......... 12.00
820. LM-2134: OVERTURES - IN SPADES! Light Cavalry; Zampa; If I Were King; Morning, Noon
       & Night in Vienna; Queen of Spades; Crown Diamonds. Agoult/New Symphony Orch Of
       London. [Re-titled "Overture! Overture!" for its brief stereo incarnation; this mono issue has
       a different cover from either of the stereos; TAS re stereo: 60:126] [PD; 9S/7S] B- ......................... 5.00
821. LM-2135: PROKOFIEV - Cinderella (exc). Rignold/ROHCG. [never in stereo until VICS] [PD;
       1S/5S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
822. LM-2139: CHRISTMAS HYMNS & CAROLS, Vol. 1. Robert Shaw/His Chorale. [SD;
       15S/20S] A- ....................................................................................................................................... 10.00
823. LM-2140: CLASSICAL MUSIC FOR PEOPLE WHO DON'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT
       CLASSICAL MUSIC: Abridged works (and movements from works) by Grieg, Bizet,
       Beethoven, Wagner, Schubert, Weber, Borodin, Tchaikovsky, Brahms & Dvorak. Robert
       Russell Bennett/RCA Victor Sym. [never in stereo] [PD; 6S/1S] A-(mod tks 1/2-inch in
       New World) ....................................................................................................................................... 12.00
824. LM-2141: "ENTER THE BALLET" - Verdi, Saint-Saens, Gounod, Ponchielli played by
       Stokowski, Fiedler, etc; prime interest is only LP issue of Reiner/RCA Sym performance of
       Minuet & Dance of the Blessed Spirits from Gluck's Orfeo. [never in stereo] [PD; 4S/1S] A-
       to B+(slight cover scuffs) .................................................................................................................. 12.00
825. LM-2143: VILLA-LOBOS - The Surprise Homage. Castro/Rome Sym. [PD; 6S/1S] A-- .................. 15.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
826. LM-2144: VICTORIA DE LOS ANGELES - Five Centuries of Spanish Song (1300-1800):
       Gothic Period(2); Renaissance(8); Baroque(7). Instrumental Ens. [PD; 4S/1S] A-(lovely!) ......... 16.00
827. LM-2145: ANDRE TCHAIKOVSKY DEBUT RECITAL: Prokofiev - Visions Fugitives. Ravel -
       Gaspard de la Nuit. [recorded in Paris; mono only] [PD; 3S/4S] A- ................................................ 20.00
828. LM-2146: JOSEPH EGER, french horn: Around the Horn. Mozart Concerto #3; short works of
       Haydn, Rossini, Schubert, Bartok(2), Bernstein, Gershwin & Guion; brief commentary by
       Eger, with musical examples. With Isadore Cohen, violin; Sterling Hunkins, cello; Yaltah
       Menuhin, piano. [only in print December 1957 - April 1960; mono only] [PD; 2S/1S] A-/A-
       to B+ .................................................................................................................................................. 20.00
829. LM-2147: SCHUBERT - "Trout" Quintet. Sankey; Festival Quartet. [PD; 6S/13S] A- ..................... 20.00
830. LM-2151: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #5, #7 & #25. Artur Schnabel. [PD; 1S/3S] ...................... 12.00
831. LM-2152: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #6, #8 & #18. Artur Schnabel. [PD; 1S/3S] A- ................. 12.00
832. LM-2153: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #11, #20 & #23. Artur Schnabel. [PD; 8S/6S] A- ............. 12.00
833. LM-2154: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #3 & #17. Artur Schnabel. [PD; 6S/3S] A- ....................... 12.00
834. LM-2155: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #22 & #29. Artur Schnabel. [PD; 1S/2S] A- ..................... 12.00
835. LM-2156: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #4 & #16. Artur Schnabel. [PD; 10S/4S] A- ..................... 12.00
836. LM-2157: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #12 & #21. Artur Schnabel. [PD; 3S/1S] A- ..................... 12.00
837. LM-2158: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #1, #10 & #28. Artur Schnabel. [PD; 1S/2S] A- ............... 12.00
838. LM-2166: MENDELSSOHN - Songs Without Words (21). Ania Dorfmann, piano. [PD; 2S/1S]
       A- ....................................................................................................................................................... 15.00
839. LM-2167: MOZART - Quartets #14 & 19. Juilliard Quartet. [PD; 1S/1S] A- .................................... 12.00
840. LM-2168: HAYDN - Quartets Op.74, #1; Op.77, #1. Juilliard Quartet. [SD; 3S/4S] A- .................... 12.00
841. LM-2175: CHOPIN NOCTURNES - Volume 1. Artur Rubinstein, piano. [SD; 36S/37S] B ............... 6.00
842. LM-2176: CHOPIN NOCTURNES - Volume 2. Artur Rubinstein, piano. [SD; 20S/21S] B- .............. 5.00
843. LM-2178: BRAHMS - Double Concerto. Mischakoff; Miller; Toscanini/NBC. [broadcast of 11-
       13-1948] [PD; 5S/7S] A- ................................................................................................................... 24.00
844. LM-2181: FALLA - Nights in the Gardens of Spain (Jorda/SFSO). Short works of Granados(2),
       Falla, Albeniz(2) & Mompou. Artur Rubinstein, piano. [SD; 5S/12S] A-- ................................... 10.00
845. LM-2185: RACHMANINOFF - Symphony #3. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Russian Easter
       Overture. Boult/LPO. [Issued September 1958; deleted April 1960. Despite LSC listing
       (without Russian Easter) in Schwann between October 1958 and July 1959, that record was
       apparently never actually issued, so this never in stereo until the Classic Records reissue] [PD;
       2S/2S] A-/A--(couple of brief scrs, side 2) ....................................................................................... 12.00
846. LM-2188: GIORGIO TOZZI - Presenting Tozzi. Arias from Don Carlo, Simon Boccanegra,
       Vespri, Ernani, Nabucco, Don Giovanni(2) & Figaro(2). Morel/Rome Opera Orch. [scarce -
       only in print 1958-1961] [PD; 3S/1S] A-(lovely!) ............................................................................ 20.00
847. LM-2190: GRAFFMAN PLAYS SCHUMANN - Sonata in g; Symphonic Etudes; Romance in
       F#. Graffman, piano. [Mono-only issue; deleted 1962 and never reissued, to my knowledge]
       [PD; 1S/2S] A- .................................................................................................................................. 20.00
848. LM-2197: PROKOFIEV - Piano Concerto #2 (Henriot-Schweitzer). BARBER - Medea's
       Meditation & Dance of Vengeance. Munch/BSO. [Original mono-only issue; neither item in
       stereo on LP until Victrola, though Barber (one of Munch's killer performances) was on 2-
       track stereo tape.] [PD; 7S/1S] A- ..................................................................................................... 12.00
849. LM-2198: BACH - Brandenburg Concerti #1, #2 & #3. Dwyer & Pappoutsakis, flutes; Burgin,
       violin; Lukas Foss, piano; Munch/BSO. [PD; 1S/5S] A- ............................................................... 12.00
850. LM-2200: BEETHOVEN - Piano Quartet, Op.16. SCHUMANN - Piano Quartet, Op.47. Festival
       Quartet (Goldberg; Primrose; Graudan; Babin). [Pfeiffer; Crawford] [SD; 1S/1S] A- ................... 18.00
851. LM-2202: POPS CAVIAR - Rimsky-Korsakoff: Russian Easter Overture. Borodin: Prince Igor
       Overture; In the Steppes of Central Asia; Polovetsian Dances. Fiedler/Boston Pops.
       [AUTOGRAPHED BY FIEDLER in red ink on back cover] [SD; 13S/11S] A- to B+(later
       cover, with Faberge eggs).................................................................................................................. 25.00
852. LM-2202: POPS CAVIAR - Rimsky-Korsakoff: Russian Easter Overture. Borodin: Prince Igor
       Overture; In the Steppes of Central Asia; Polovetsian Dances. Fiedler/Boston Pops. [PD;
       6S/1S] B(earlier cover with Russian dancer & samovar) .................................................................... 9.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
853. LM-2205: MOZART - Piano Sonatas #4 & #9; Country Dances, K.606. Landowska, piano.
       [recorded 1955/56] [PD; 15S/20S] A-- ............................................................................................. 10.00
854. LM-2206: ROLLING DOWN TO RIO - Leonard Warren sings eight songs to words by
       Kipling, as well as Home on the Range, Ol' Man River, Battle Hymn of the Republic, Mother
       Machree, America the Beautiful, Love's Old Sweet Song & A Little Bit of Heaven. Frank
       Black/RCA Victor Orch. [PD; 1S/1S] A- to B+(couple of 1/4-inch scrs sd 1) .............................. 25.00
855. LM-2209: BRAHMS - Symphony #3; Tragic Overture. Reiner/CSO. [SD; 10S/6S] A- ...................... 10.00
856. LM-2210: BACH - Sonata #3; Partita #1. Heifetz, violin. [WD; 4S/8S] A- .......................................... 12.00
857. LM-2211: MARIO LANZA - Seven selections from the film "Seven Hills of Rome;" six other
       songs on side 2. [PD; 1S/1S] B+(noisy scratch 1st 1/2-inch side 2) ................................................... 5.00
858. LM-2212: THE LADY FROM PHILADELPHIA - Original soundtrack from CBS "See It Now"
       production of 1957 documenting Marian Anderson's 39,000-mile, 2 1/2-month tour of Asia.
       [mono-only issue] [SD; 9S/7S] A- .................................................................................................... 16.00
859. LM-2217: BATONS & BOWS - Six pieces each by Fritz Kreisler & Jerome Kern. Morton
       Gould/His String Orch. [Only in print 8/58 to 4/61; TAS re stereo issue: 59:124-5] [PD;
       5S/5S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
860. LM-2222: DEBUSSY - Iberia. RAVEL - Valses Nobles et Sentimentales; Alborada del Gracioso.
       Reiner/CSO. [TAS re stereo: 64:124; only in print September 1958 - September 1961] [PD;
       3S/3S] A-(Iberia is A--) ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
861. LM-2223: MENDELSSOHN - Excerpts from Midsummer Night's Dream and Rosamunde.
       Monteux/VPO. [rather obscure issue - never in stereo until VICS reissue, at least in U.S.]
       [PD; 1S/1S] A-- ................................................................................................................................. 16.00
862. LM-2227: TCHAIKOVSKY - Swan Lake (exc). Morel/ROHCG. [rather obscure issue - never in
       stereo until VICS, at least in U.S.] [PD; 1S/2S] A-........................................................................... 16.00
863. LM-2254: VICTORIA (1548-1611) - Requiem Mass. Nicholson/Choir of Abbey of Mt. Angel;
       Portland Symphonic Choir. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 1S/1S] A-............................................................ 10.00
864. LM-2258: RAFFAELLO DE BANFIELD - Lord Byron's Love Letter. Varnay; Ribla; Carlin;
       Carruba; Rescigno/Rome Academy Sym. [Scarce and much sought-after; never in stereo;
       issued December 1958; deleted October 1960] [SD; 1S/1S] B+ to B ............................................... 18.00
865. LM-2262: OPERATIC ARIAS - Forza, Tosca, Aida(2), Turandot, Cav, Otello. Leonie Rysanek;
       Basile/Orch. [Mono-only issue; in print only 12/58 to 9/61] [SD; 1S/1S] A-(slight cover tear) ..... 20.00
866. LM-2266: LEONARD WARREN ON TOUR IN RUSSIA - Recital performances from
       Leningrad & Kiev, May 1958; works of Beethoven, Caccini, Bach, Faure, Ravel, d'Indy,
       Bizet, Verdi, Giannini, Griffes, Tosti, Bridge, Leoncavallo. Sektberg, piano. [scarce, mono-
       only release; issued November 1958; deleted April 1961; Irving R. Levene, then Moscow
       correspondent for NBC, wrote the program notes] [SD; 1S/1S] A-.................................................. 45.00
867. LM-2270: POPS STOPPERS - Espana; Stars & Stripes; Ritual Fire Dance; Skaters Waltz;
       Jalousie; 3 more. Fiedler/BPS. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 1S/1S] A-...................................................... 12.00
868. LM-2275: SCHUMANN - Frauenliebe und Leben. BRAHMS - Gestille Sehnsucht;
       Zigeunerlieder; Geistliches Wiegenlied. Forrester; Newmark, pf; Joachim, viola. [Mohr;
       Crawford] [SD; 2S/2S] A-(brief tks sd 1) ......................................................................................... 12.00
869. LM-2277: CHOPIN - Impromptus #1-#3; Nouvelles Etudes #1-3; Fantaisie, Op.49; Barcarolle,
       Op.60; Berceuse, Op.57; Fantaisie-Impromptu, Op.66. Rubinstein, piano. [issued in mono
       only] [WD 12S/11S] B+ ...................................................................................................................... 9.00
870. LM-2284: MOZART - Piano Sonatas #5 & #13; Rondo in a, K.511. Wanda Landowska, piano.
       [Pfeiffer; Crawford; mono-only issue, I believe] [SD; 18S/25S] A-- ............................................... 10.00
871. LM-2286: OPERATIC ARIAS - Figaro, Eugene Onegin, Don Giovanni, Carmen, Manon,
       Herodiade, Don Pasquale, Adriana & Mefistofele. Stokowski/His Orch (Onegin); Misc
       conductors/RCA Sym (in rest). [scarce, mono-only release; issued 3/59, deleted 4/61] [SD;
       1S/1S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 35.00
872. LM-2291: LISZT - Transcendental Etudes. Jorge Bolet, piano. [Mohr; Crawford; this was never
       issued in stereo (at all, to my knowledge) though its 1959 copyright date surely suggests it
       ought to have been recorded in stereo; not a common disc] [SD; 1S/1S] A-(occ tks sd 1; bbl
       sounds end both sides) ....................................................................................................................... 18.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
873. LM-2311: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #18 & #21. Rubinstein. [Pfeiffer; Crawford;
       inexplicably, never in stereo] [SD; 12S/10S] A- ............................................................................... 12.00
874. LM-2319: TCHAIKOVSKY - Piano Concerto Toscanini/NBC. [Live: April 25, 1943 war bond
       concert] [SD; 1S/1S] A-(lovely!) ...................................................................................................... 20.00
875. LM-2325: MUSIC FOR FRUSTRATED CONDUCTORS - Works of Tchaikovsky, Bizet,
       Vaughan Williams, Rodgers, Chabrier, J.Strauss, Kreisler, Partichela. Fiedler/BPS;
       Gould/Orch; Bennett/RCA Sym. [Very nice copy which, for once, includes both the insert
       and the nice baton packaged diagonally into the front of the box!] [TAS re stereo issue:
       64:124] [SD; 1S/1S] A- ..................................................................................................................... 35.00
876. LM-2330: BRAHMS - Piano Quartet, Op.60. Festival Quartet (Goldberg; Primrose; Graudan;
       Babin). [Pfeiffer; Crawford] [SD; 1S/1S] A--(1/4-inch moderate scr sd 1) ...................................... 10.00
877. LM-2345: TCHAIKOVSKY - 1812 Overture. RAVEL - Bolero. Gould/His Orch & Band;
       Bells; Cannon. [Pfeiffer & Pulley; Layton] [SD; 5S/1S] A- ............................................................. 12.00
878. LM-2357: MUSSORGSKY - Pictures at an Exhibition. Horowitz, piano. [Live; Carnegie Hall;
       April 23, 1951] [SD; 10S/10S] A-....................................................................................................... 9.00
879. LM-2361: S. HUROK PRESENTS - Short pieces performed by musicians represented by Hurok
       (who are obviously RCA artists as well): Marian Anderson, Artur Rubinstein, Cesare
       Valletti, Henryk Szeryng, Leonard Warren, Byron Janis, Gregor Piatigorsky, Roberta
       Peters & Fritz Reiner. [with nice cover portrait of the impresario; mono-only issue] [SD;
       1S/1S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 20.00
880. LM-2382: BRAHMS - 3 Hungarian Dances. BENNETT - Song Sonata. SGAMBATI - Serenata
       Napoletana. SAINT-SAENS - Havanaise (Steinberg/RCA Sym). Plus short pieces by
       Shulman, Khatchaturian, Paganini, Kroll, Stravinsky, Ravel, Shostakovich, Debussy, Dinicu.
       Heifetz, violin; Bay & Smith, pianists. [SD; 4S/2S] A-................................................................... 16.00
881. LM-2389: BACH - Three-Part Inventions (#1, 2, 5, 11, 13-15); Two-Part Inventions (complete).
       Wanda Landowska, harpsichord. [Memorial Album; Landowska gives a spoken introduction
       to the Two-Part Inventions; mono-only issue] [SD; 1S/8S] A-- ....................................................... 12.00
882. LM-2412: SCHUMANN - Dichterliebe; Six other songs. Valletti; Taubman, piano. [Mohr;
       Crawford] [SD; 1S/1S] A- ................................................................................................................. 12.00
883. LM-2421: HENRYK SZERYNG IN RECITAL - Works of Tartini (Devil's Trill Sonata; Corelli
       Variations), Vitali, Gluck, Kreisler, Chumann, Halffter-Heifetz & Wieniawski. Charles
       Reiner, piano. [Very scarce issue, this was in print only from December 1960 until March of
       1963. The Devil's Trill came back on VICS as filler for the Szeryng's recording of the
       Tchaikovsky concerto, but I don't recall any of the others having been reissued on LP.] [SD;
       1S/1S] A- to B+ ................................................................................................................................. 25.00
884. LM-2426: GAIL KUBIK - Symphony Symphony Concertante for Trumpet, Viola, Piano &
       Orchestra (Composer/ORTF). CRESTON: Lydian Ode; Walt Whitman Suite
       (Rescigno/Academy Symphony Orch of Rome). [Never in stereo; only in print June 1960 -
       March 1962] [SD; 1S/1S] A--(Creston is B+) ................................................................................... 32.00
885. LM-2453: OPERATIC ARIAS - Traviata, Macbeth, Pag, Rigoletto, Andrea, Gioconda,
       Trovatore, Simon, Forza. Misc conductors/orchs. [SD; 1S/2S] A- ................................................... 12.00
886. LM-2488: FAURE - Sonata #1 for Violin & Piano. DEBUSSY - Sonata #3 for Violin & Piano.
       Senofsky; Graffman. [Dellheim; Layton] [SD; 1S/1S] A- .............................................................. 15.00
887. LM-2584: HOMAGE TO LISZT" - Funerailles; Au Bord d'une Source; Valse Oubliee #1;
       Rakoczy March; Hungarian Rhapsodies #2 & 6; Sonetto del Petrarca #104. Horowitz, piano.
       [SD; 3S/3S] A- .................................................................................................................................. 12.00
888. LM-2587: PIANO WORKS by Bach, Mendelssohn(2), Chopin(3), Handel, Rachmaninoff(4),
       Tchaikovsky, Schubert & J.Strauss, Jr. Rachmaninoff, piano. [recorded 1927-42] [WD;
       1S/3S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 10.00
889. LM-2588: KHACHATURIAN - Piano Concerto (Koussevitzky/BSO); 18th Variation from
       Paganini Rhapsody (Reiner/Robin Hood Dell); Albeniz Evocation; Liszt Mephisto Waltz.
       Kapell, pf. [ND; 5S/12S] A- ............................................................................................................. 12.00
890. LM-2597: FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS - The Glory (????) of the Human Voice. Magic
       Flute, Lakme, Pearl of Brazil, Fledermaus; Songs by Liadov, McMoon & Bach (McMoon,
       piano). JENNY WILLIAMS & THOMAS BURNS: A Faust Travesty (in English). [Album is
       titled "The Glory (????) of the Human Voice"] [WD; 5S/1S] A- ..................................................... 12.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
891. LM-2618: FLAGSTAD & MELCHIOR IN WAGNER - Love Duet from Tristan (MacArthur/SF
       Opera); Lohengrin Bridal Chamber Scene (MacArthur/RCA Victor Sym). [SD; 1S/1S] A-....... 12.00
892. LM-2624: GIGLI IN HIS GLORIOUS PRIME - Arias from Manon Lescaut, Elisir, Mignon,
       Traviata, Lucia, Tosca; Songs - Donaudy, Russo, Denza, Bovio, Simons, Albeniz, Sandoval.
       [rec 1925-32] [SD; 4S/1S] A-............................................................................................................ 10.00
893. LM-2626: BEETHOVEN - Quartet #14. Juilliard Quartet. [Dellheim/Ballantine] [WD; 3S/2S]
       A--...................................................................................................................................................... 10.00
894. LM-2627: GOLDEN VOICES IN LIGHT MUSIC - Bori, Gluck, Rethberg, Schumann-Heink,
       Pinza (None But the Lonely Heart, with Milstein, violin), Caruso, Galli-Curci, McCormack,
       Gluck/Homer, Pons, Peerce, Ponselle. [recorded 1911-52] [SD; 1S/1S] A- .................................... 16.00
895.*LM-2699: THE ART OF PABLO CASALS - Works of Bach, Rubinstein, Schubert, Chopin(2),
       Faure, Godard, Granados, Saint-Saens, Wagner(2) & Hillemacher. Nicolai Mednikoff, pf.
       [rec 1926-8; SD; 11S/11S] A- ........................................................................................................... 20.00
896. LM-2712: MARIAN ANDERSON, Contralto - Songs of Haydn(2), Schumann(2) & Strauss
       (recorded 1945-47; Rupp, piano); and of Brahms (three with Ormandy/Phila, 1-8-39; two
       with Primrose, viola, 6-30-41; one with Rupp, piano, 7-1-41). [First issue of some - maybe
       all? - of the Brahms songs] [WD; 8S/4S] A- ..................................................................................... 24.00
897. LM-2735: FAURE - Piano Quartet. Festival Quartet (Goldberg; Primrose; Graudan; Babin).
       [Dellheim; Ballantine] [SD; 2S/1S] A- ............................................................................................. 12.00
898. LM-2761: WAGNER - Siegfried: Act III, Scene 3. Farrell; Svanholm; Leinsdorf/Rochester
       Phil. [recorded September 1949] [SD; 6S/3S] A- ............................................................................. 12.00
899. LM-2763: MELCHIOR & FLAGSTAD: Wagner - Kundry/Parsifal Duet (McArthur/RCA
       Sym); Gotterdammerung Prologue (McArthur/San Francisco Opera). MELCHIOR &
       LOTTE LEHMANN: Schumann - Five Duets (Reibold/Orch). [recorded 1939 & 1940]
       [WD; 1S/1S] A- ................................................................................................................................. 12.00
900. LM-2787: FRENCH ART SONGS by Faure(5), Sculc, Debussy(5), Duparc(5) & Hahn(4).
       Valetti, tenor; Taubman, piano. [Mohr; Salvatore] [WD; 2S/1S] A-- ............................................ 12.00
901. LM-2797: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #4. Serkin; Toscanini/NBC. [Live; 11/26/44; WD;
       12S/11S] A-- ...................................................................................................................................... 11.00
902. LM-2824: KEYBOARD GIANTS OF THE PAST, VOLUME 2 - Short pieces played by de
       Pachmann(Mendelssohn), Paderewski(Wagner & Debussy), Rachmaninoff(Kreisler),
       Gabrilowitsch(Bach, Gabrilowitsch, Grainger & Delibes), Josef & Rosina Lhevinne(Mozart
       Sonata in D), Samaroff(Wagner) & Cortot(Ravel). [WD; 2S/2S] A-- .............................................. 12.00
903. LM-2825: GRIEG - Haugtussa. Songs of Brahms(2), Strauss, Kramer & Carpenter(2). Flagstad;
       McArthur, piano. [recorded 1950 & 1952; this was the first issue of all but the Grieg] [WD;
       1S/2S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
904. LM-2826: BENIAMINO GIGLI - Eight Arias / Eight Songs. Arias from Elisir, Tosca, Pag,
       Loreley, Mefistofele, Favorita, Iris & Andrea. Songs all Neapolitan. [recorded 1921-30] [WD;
       2S/1S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
905. LM-2860: STRAUSS - Violin Sonata (Smith, piano). SPOHR - Violin Concerto #8
       (Solomon/RCA Sym). TCHAIKOVSKY - Serenade Melancolique (Wallenstein/LAPO).
       Heifetz in all. [mono-only issue] [LD; 4S/7S] A-(c/c) ..................................................................... 12.00
906. LM-2891: HINDEMITH - Piano Sonata #3. SCHUMANN - Novellette, Op.21, #8;
       Fantasiestucke, Op.111, #1 & #2. Muriel Kerr, piano. [mono-only issue; only in print from
       July 1966 until April 1968; proceeds were donated to Muriel Kerr Memorial Scholarship fund
       at University of Southern California, where she had taught (had also been at Juilliard)] [WD;
       2S/2S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 35.00
907. LM-2919: ELGAR - Violin Concerto. Heifetz; Sargent/LSO. [ND; 5S/4S] A- ................................... 12.00
908. LM-2993: THE YOUNG HOROWITZ: KABALEVSKY - Sonata #3 (recorded 1947).
       TCHAIKOVSKY - Dumka (recorded 1942). CHOPIN - Waltz, Op.64, #2 (recorded 1946).
       Then, recordings from 1928-30 of short works of SCARLATTI, CHOPIN, PAGANINI-
       LISZT, DEBUSSY, HOROWITZ & DOHNANYI. [WD; 3S/1S] A-(some surface noise from
       originals) ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
909. LM-6053(2): BERLIOZ - L'Enfance du Christ. Kopleff; Souzay; Tozzi; Valletti; Munch/BSO;
       NEC Cho. [the mono-only original issue; superb copy with original glassine inner sleeves;
       PD; 4S/1S/1S/3S] A- ......................................................................................................................... 25.00
910. LM-6129(3): THE TONE POEM - LISZT: Mephisto Waltz; STRAUSS: Don Juan (1954)
       (Reiner/CSO). TCHAIKOVSKY: Romeo and Juliet; Francesca da Rimini; RAVEL: La
       Valse (Munch/BSO). LISZT: Les Preludes (Monteux/BSO). CASELLA: Italia; COPLAND:
       El Salon Mexico (Fiedler/Boston Pops). DEBUSSY: Nuages; IBERT: Escales
       (Stokowski/His Sym). [I can find no other issue of the Casella, at least on LP] A-(the box is
       pristine!) ............................................................................................................................................ 45.00
911. LM-9019: DINNER MUSIC - Sigmund Romberg & His Orchestra. Thirteen works including
       Gold & Silver Waltz, Blossom Time Waltzes, Ballet Music from The Student Prince, Merry
       Widow Waltzes. [notes by Oscar Hammerstein II] B++(a few tks; earliest labels).......................... 16.00
912. LPM-1055: LECUONA PLAYS LECUONA: 18 original pieces. Composer, pf. [BL; 8S/5S] A-
       to B+ .................................................................................................................................................. 12.00
913. LPM-1058: LECUONA PLAYS FOR TWO: 16 original compositions. Composer, piano. [BL;
       3S/1S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 18.00
914. LPM-1429: GERSHWIN - Rhapsody in Blue (Janis). GROFE - Grand Canyon Suite: Painted
       Desert; On the Trail; Cloudburst. Winterhalter/His Orch. [BL; 4S/3S] A-- .................................. 16.00
915.*LSA-2485: HOLIDAY FOR PERCUSSION. Dick Schory's Percussion Pops Orchestra. [Gold;
       Steele] [In heavy-duty slipcase with cutout to inner jacket below; gimmicky "stereo action"
       manipulations, but you can still sense Chicago's Orchestra Hall ambiance, c.1962!] [BL;
       4S/1S] A-- .......................................................................................................................................... 19.00
916.*LSC-1934: BARTOK - Concerto for Orchestra. Reiner/CSO. [TAS 65:154L; 65:176; 73:147]
       [SD; 9S/8S] A--/A-(brief bubble thumps, mvt 1) .............................................................................. 27.00
917.*LSC-2129: TCHAIKOVSKY - Violin Concerto. Heifetz; Reiner/CSO. [SD; 16S/24S] A-
       (lovely!) ............................................................................................................................................. 35.00
918.*LSC-2183: THE REINER SOUND - Ravel: Rapsodie Espagnole; Pavan for a Dead Princess.
       RACHMANINOFF: Isle of the Dead. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 21/22:165; 86:184-
       86; very scarce in this original stereo issue; deleted April 1961] [SD; 18S/24S] A--(nearly A-;
       a touch too much vinyl "presence") ................................................................................................... 65.00
919.*LSC-2208: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Scheherazade. Monteux/LSO. [Wallun; Wilkinson; TAS
       73:196] [SD; 10S/12S] A--/A- .......................................................................................................... 20.00
920.*LSC-2213: BOSTON TEA PARTY - Merry Wives & Bohemian Girl Overtures; Greensleeves;
       Merry Widow & Count of Luxemburg Waltzes; Hernando's Hideaway; Moonglow & Theme
       from Picnic; Bolzoni Minuet. Fiedler/BPS. [TAS 61:126] [SD; 5S/5S] A- .................................... 24.00
921.*LSC-2231: ON STAGE WITH ROBERT SHAW - 12 Show Songs including September Song,
       Wunderbar, Oklahoma, Yesterdays, All the Things You Are; Gone, Gone, Gone; Romany
       Life. Shaw/His Chorale/RCA Orch. [SD; 1S/1S] A--(writing on back cover: timings etc.) ......... 20.00
922.*LSC-2257: SIR ARTHUR BLISS - Things to Come Suite; Welcome to the Queen. ELGAR -
       Pomp & Circumstance Marches #1 - #5. Bliss/LSO. [scarce: in print only 4/59 - 4/61; TAS
       75/6:178; SD; 1S/1S] A- ................................................................................................................... 38.00
923.*LSC-2280: THE ART OF SONG - Songs by Schubert(3), Schumann(3), Pizzetti, Scarlatti(4),
       Handel, Stradella, Sarti. Cesare Valletti; Taubman, piano. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 1S/1S] A--....... 17.00
924.*LSC-2328: TCHAIKOVSKY - Nutcracker (exc). Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 69:147-8]
       [LD] FS(c/c) ...................................................................................................................................... 12.00
925.*LSC-2369: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #4. Monteux/BSO. [Pfeiffer; Crawford; TAS 32:148;
       36:124; 42:83; 65:160L] [ND; 7S/8S] A-(c/c) .................................................................................. 12.00
926.*LSC-2371: MAHLER - Songs of a Wayfarer; Kindertotenlieder. Forrester; Munch/BSO.
       [Pfeiffer; Crawford; Munch's only recorded Mahler; scarce anyway, but particularly so in
       truly fine condition: this is first copy in 20 years that I've been able to grade A-] [SD; 1S/1S]
       A-(lovely!) ......................................................................................................................................... 65.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
927.*LSC-2394: HAYDN - Symphonies #94 & #101. Monteux/VPO. [TAS 58:136; quite uncommon
       for a disc that made it into the WD era] [WD; 6S/4S] A- ................................................................. 25.00
928.*LSC-2398: KABALEVSKY - Comedians. KHACHATURIAN - Masquerade. Kondrashin
       /RCA Victor Sym. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 65:156L; 75/76:76; 93:146-7] [ND; 8S/11S] A-(c/c) ..... 12.00
929.*LSC-2455: SCHUMANN - Piano Concerto. Cliburn; Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS
       69:146-7] [SD; 10S/8S] A- ................................................................................................................ 25.00
930.*LSC-2489: DVORAK - Symphony #7 (old #2). Monteux/LSO. [Bremner; Wilkinson; TAS
       83/84:239] [SD; 2S/3S] A- ................................................................................................................ 25.00
931.*LSC-2491: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #1 & #8. Monteux/VPO. [though it remained in the
       catalog into the White Dog era, this is a scarce issue; never reissued on VICS; WD; 5S/5S] A- .... 35.00
932.*LSC-2547: LIGHT CLASSICS - Ritual Fire Dance; Espana; Ride of the Valkyries; Flight of the
       Bumblebee; Merry Wives of Windsor Overture; Song of India; War March of the Priests;
       Hora Staccato; 2 more. Fiedler/Boston Pops. [ND; 20S/24S] A-.................................................... 12.00
933.*LSC-2556: HEARTS IN 3/4 TIME - Fiedler/BPS in Waltzes of Gounod, Stolz, Lehar, Delibes,
       Ivanovici, Komzak, Waldteufel, Drigo, Richard Rodgers. [Wilcox; Crawford] [SD; 4S/1S] A-
       (brief, very lgt tks fr short scrs sd 1) ................................................................................................. 25.00
934.*LSC-2569: SOUSA FOREVER! - Gould/His Symphonic Band in 14 marches, including Stars
       & Stripes, Corcoran Cadets, Semper Fidelis, High School Cadets, National Fencibles, El
       Capitan, Washington Post, Gladiator. [SD; 4S/1S] A- ...................................................................... 18.00
935.*LSC-2614: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #6. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 12S/12S] A- ............ 32.00
936.*LSC-2621: PROKOFIEV - Love for Three Oranges Suite. CHOPIN (arr.Anderson & Bodge) -
       Les Sylphides. Fiedler/BPS. [Dellheim; Salvatore] [WD; 6S/10S] A- ............................................ 12.00
937.*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) ............. 21.00
938.*LSC-2634: MOZART - Piano Concerti #21 & #23. Rubinstein; Wallenstein/Orch. [Wilcox;
       Layton; TAS 65:178] [SD; 6S/6S] A- ............................................................................................... 24.00
939.*LSC-2647: CHAUSSON - Symphony. FRANCK - Chasseur Maudit. Munch/BSO. [Mohr;
       Layton; TAS 36:127; 94:145-6] [WD; 6S/4S] A-(brief tks beg sd 1) ............................................... 20.00
940.*LSC-2652: BRUCH - Violin Concerto. MOZART - 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!) .......................................... 27.00
941.*LSC-2688: TCHAIKOVSKY - Swan Lake (exc). Fiedler/BPS. [Dellheim; Salvatore] [ND;
       11S/12S] A- ....................................................................................................................................... 13.00
942.*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- .................................................................... 13.00
943.*LSC-2701: SCHUMANN - Symphony #4. BEETHOVEN - Leonore Overture #3.
       Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 8S/8S] A-............................................................................. 16.00
944.*LSC-2715: BRAHMS - Piano Trio #2. BEETHOVEN - Piano Trio in G ("Kakadu" Variations).
       Graffman; Senofsky; Trepel. [Dellheim; Crawford & Keville; tough to find this in so quiet a
       pressing] [SD; 5S/5S] A-(superficial mark does not sound) ............................................................. 35.00
945.*LSC-2724: BRAHMS Concerto #1. Cliburn; Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr/Layton; WD; 13S/19S] A- ..... 13.00
946.*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- ................................................................................. 21.00
947.*LSC-2757: WORLD'S GREATEST MARCHES - Tannhauser, Rakoczy, Marche Slav, Stars &
       Stripes (Leinsdorf/BSO); Radetzky, Pomp & Circumstance #1, French Military, Procession
       of Nobles (Mlada), Valdres, National Emblem (Fiedler/Boston Pops). [Mohr; Salvatore and
       Dellheim; Keville] [Scarce; rare to have BSO & Pops on the same disc] [SD; 1S/7S] A- ............. 45.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
948.*LSC-2782: MORE MUSIC FROM MILLION DOLLAR MOVIES. Charade; Tom Jones;
       Lawrence of Arabia; Moon River; Days of Wine & Roses; More; Longest Day; 5 more.
       Fiedler/Boston Pops. [Dellheim; Salvatore] A--(Canadian SD pressing - no stamper
       numbers) ............................................................................................................................................ 13.00
949.*LSC-2788: RACHMANINOV - Piano Concerti #1 & #4. Previn/RPO. [Dellheim; Lock] [WD;
       13S/20S] A- ....................................................................................................................................... 13.00
950.*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- ........... 13.00
951.*LSC-2801: KHACHATURIAN - Piano Concerto. BLOCH - Scherzo Fantasque. Hollander;
       Previn/RPO. [Dellheim; Lock] [WD; 4S/2S] A- ............................................................................. 14.00
952.*LSC-2802: MIKLOS ROZSA - Overture to a Symphony Concert; Three Hungarian Sketches;
       Theme, Variations & Finale; Notturna Ungherese. Composer/RCA Italiana Orch. [Mohr;
       Salvatore] [Very scarce item: only in print from June 1965 until March 1967] [WD; 1S/2S] A- .... 39.00
953.*LSC-2816: STRAUSS - Don Juan. RESPIGHI - Feste Romane. Mehta/LA Phil. [Mohr;
       Salvatore; the first recording Mehta made with LA - and the only one for RCA] [WD;
       10S/14S] A- ....................................................................................................................................... 17.00
954.*LSC-2849: STRAUSS - Salome: Dance of the Seven Veils & Final Scene; Egyptian Helen:
       Awakening Scene. Price; Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Salvatore; (noted on box of tape issue, but
       not here)] [ND; 10S/8S] A- ............................................................................................................... 13.00
955.*LSC-2850: MORTON GOULD - Spirituals for Orchestra. COPLAND - Dance Symphony.
       Gould/CSO. [Habig; Keville] [Recorded in pre-renovation Orchestra Hall, February 1965;
       only in print Nov 1965 to April 1970; the most obscure of Gould's CSO recordings] [WD;
       10S/4S] A- ......................................................................................................................................... 16.00
956.*LSC-2874: SCHUBERT - Piano Sonata in G, Op.78. Peter Serkin. [Wilcox; Gardner] [WD;
       2S/8S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
957.*LSC-2890: TCHAIKOVSKY WALTZES - Sleeping Beauty; String Serenade; Nutcracker(2);
       Swan Lake(3); Symphony #5; Eugene Onegin. Gould/CSO. [Scott; Keville] [Nice sound!
       Recorded January 31, 1966, in pre-renovation Orchestra Hall, in same sessions as the
       celebrated Ives "Variations on America" on LSC-2893] [WD; 5S/6S] A- ....................................... 32.00
958.*LSC-2920: NIELSEN - Clarinet Concerto (Goodman); Symphony #2. Gould/CSO. [Scott;
       Goodman; recorded in June of 1966 - one of the last CSO discs made there before the fall
       1966 renovation] [ND; 5S/3S] A-(c/c) .............................................................................................. 18.00
959.*LSC-2934: PROKOFIEV - Symphony #3; Scythian Suite. Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Salvatore &
       Philhower] [WD; 1S/1S] A-(cover scuffy) ........................................................................................ 20.00
960.*LSC-2959: IVES - Orchestral Set #2; Robert Browning Overture; Putnam's Camp (#2 from Three
       Places in New England). Gould/CSO. [Scott; Goodman; the CSO's only recording made in
       Chicago's Auditorium Theatre, February 1967] [Canadian SD] A-(a little writing on back
       cover) ................................................................................................................................................. 12.00
961.*LSC-2979: RICHARD YARDUMIAN - Come, Creator Spirit. Chookasian; Brusilow/Ch Sym
       of Phila; 3 choral groups. [Scott; Goodman] [WD; 1S/1S] A- ......................................................... 18.00
962.*LSC-3022: RIMSKY-KORSAKOFF - Symphony #2 ("Antar"). MIASKOVSKY - Symphony
       #21. Gould/CSO. [Scott; Goodman; rec Medinah Temple; Jan 1968] [WD; 1S/1S] A-(lgt rub
       in Miaskovsky does not sound) ......................................................................................................... 20.00
963.*LSC-3026: STRAVINSKY - Le Sacre du Printemps; Fireworks. Ozawa/CSO. [Dellheim;
       Keville] [recorded in post-renovation Orchestra Hall; July, 1968] [ND; 10S/10S] A-..................... 15.00
964.*LSC-3158: GRIEG - Symphonic Dances; Norweigian Dances. Gould/NPO. [ND; 1S/1S] A- .............. 8.00
965.*LSC-3281: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Symphony #3; Tuba Concerto. Fletcher; Previn/LSO.
       [The concerto is fabulous! I read a great story about the sessions, after which Previn asked if
       he'd like to play the opening solo in Till Eulenspiegel the next time they played it!] [ND;
       2S/3S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
966.*LSC-6135(3): PUCCINI - Madame Butterfly. Moffo; Valletti; Elias; Cesari; Corena;
       Leinsdorf/Rome Opera. [SD; 3S/1S/1S/1S/3S/1S] A-(lgt 1/2-inch scr sd 3; four ticks sd 4) ........ 25.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
967.*LSC-6147(3): VERDI - Macbeth. Warren; Rysanek; Hines; Bergonzi; Olvis;
       Leinsdorf/Metropolitan Opera. [Mohr; Layton; in deluxe oversize box, slightly damaged]
       A-(SD; 4S/3S/3S/1S/3S/1S) .............................................................................................................. 24.00
968.*LSC-6160(3): PUCCINI - Madama Butterfly. Price; Tucker; Elias; Maero; Leinsdorf/RCA
       Italiana. [Mohr; Layton; terrific photo of these two, particularly of Layton, in recording
       session photo included in libretto booklet] A--(SD; 6S/4S/2S/8S/3S/3S) ........................................ 32.00
969.*LSC-7031(2): MAHLER - Symphony #5. BERG - Wozzeck Excerpts (Curtin). Leinsdorf/BSO.
       [Mohr; Layton & Salvatore] [SD; 1S/1/1/4] A-(booklet missing) .................................................... 35.00
970.*LSP-2042: IMPACT - Twelve Television Themes (inc Peter Gunn, Perry Mason, Rawhide,
       Highway Patrol, Sea Hunt). Buddy Morrow/Orch. [Diaz; Simpson; Webster Hall, NYC;
       March, 1959] [BL; 1S/1S] A- ............................................................................................................ 12.00
971.*RDC-2 (JAPANESE): VIVALDI - "Spring" from The Four Seasons. Beatles Medley (Yesterday;
       Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da; Michelle). Hayakawa/Tokyo Vivaldi Ens. [45 rpm; Direct-to Disc;
       recorded January, 1977] A- ............................................................................................................... 19.00
972.*RL-25136(2) (BRITISH): SIBELIUS - Complete Tone Poems: En Saga; Luonnotar (Bryn-
       Julson, soprano); Finlandia; Spring Song; The Bard; The Dryad; Pohjola's Daughter; Night-
       Ride and Sunrise; The Oceanides; Tapiola. Gibson/Scottish National Orchestra. [Walker;
       Couzens; August 1977] A- ................................................................................................................ 20.00
973.*SB-2053 (BRITISH): RAVEL - Piano Concerto in G. d'INDY - Symphony on a French
       Mountain Air. Henriot-Schweitzer; Munch/BSO. [Mohr; Layton; equivalent of US issue
       LSC-2271; TAS 60:134-5] A- to B+(in US jacket: LSC-2271)........................................................ 15.00
974.*VICS-1009: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #6. Monteux/BSO. [from LSC-1901; TAS
       75/76:175-6] [PL; 2S/2S] A- ............................................................................................................. 23.00
975.*VICS-1023: MENDELSSOHN - Midsummer Night's Dream (4 Excerpts). SCHUBERT -
       Rosamunde (4 Excerpts). Monteux/VPO. [from LM-2223; this VICS issue was its first stereo
       release, at least in the U.S.; rather scarce] [PL; 3S/3S] A-(hard to find in such good condition) ..... 25.00
976.*VICS-1027: STRAVINSKY - Firebird Suite. DEBUSSY - Three Nocturnes.
       Monteux/PCO(Firebird)/BSO; Berkshire Fest Cho(Debussy). [from LM-2113 & LM-1939;
       1st stereo LP release of either, though both were in stereo on 2-track tape] [PL; 3S/3S] A- ........... 24.00
977.*VICS-1028: BRAHMS - Violin Concerto. Szeryng; Monteux/LSO. [Grand Prix du Disque;
       from LSC-2281; TAS 65:176-8] [Pink; 6S/5S] A- ........................................................................... 12.00
978.*VICS-1031: BERLIOZ - Symphonie Fantastique. Monteux/VPO. [fr LSC-2362] [PL; 3S/3S] A- ..... 18.00
979.*VICS-1034: FRANCK - Symphony. Munch/BSO. [from LSC-2131; TAS 93:144] [PL; 4S/2S]
       A- ....................................................................................................................................................... 22.00
980.*VICS-1036: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #3. Monteux/VPO. [1st issue - never an LSC] [PL;
       1S/1S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 25.00
981.*VICS-1055: BRAHMS - Symphony #2. Monteux/VPO. [1st release by itself: on LM/LSC was
       only available with the other symphonies in LM/LSC-6411; (Munch/Reiner/Munch on the
       others)] [PL; 1S/1S] A- ..................................................................................................................... 24.00
982.*VICS-1058: CHAUSSON - Poeme. SAINT-SAENS - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso.
       Oistrakh; Munch/BSO. LECLAIR & LOCATELLI - Sonatas for Violin & Piano. Oistrakh;
       Yampolsky. [1st stereo issue; from LM-1988 & LM-1987] [PL; 7S/6S] A- ................................... 18.00
983.*VICS-1061: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #7. Monteux/LSO. [1st release; never on Red Seal]
       [PL; 5S/1S] A- ................................................................................................................................... 25.00
984.*VICS-1064: LALO - Symphonie Espagnole. Szeryng; Hendl/CSO. [Pfeiffer; Crawford; from
       the scarce and hotly sought-after LSC-2456] [PL; 1S/5S] A- to B++ .............................................. 21.00
985.*VICS-1070: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #6. Monteux/VPO. [from LSC-2316] [PL; 8S/1S] A- ........ 20.00
986.*VICS-1077: CHOPIN - The Four Ballades; Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise. Graffman,
       piano. [Pfeiffer; Crawford; from the very scarce LSC-2304] [PL; 1S/1S] A- .................................. 14.00
987.*VICS-1102: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #4. LSO. WAGNER - Siegfried Idyll. SFSO.
       [Monteux in both; first issue - never a Red Seal LM/LSC] [PL; 1S/1S] A- .................................... 24.00
LP's : RCA's - continued
988.*VICS-1105: PROKOFIEV - Piano Concerto #3 (Graffman); Classical Symphony. Jorda/SFSO.
        [Crisp, very tight sound; 1st stereo release; mono-only 1st issue on LM-2138 was deleted in
        October 1960.] [PL; 1S/6S] A-(best copy I've ever found) ............................................................... 35.00
989.*VICS-1153: KHACHATURIAN - Violin Concerto. SAINT-SAENS - Havanaise. Kogan;
        Monteux/BSO. [from LM-2220; this VICS was its 1st stereo release; TAS 77:132-4] [PL;
        2S/2S] A-(lovely!) ............................................................................................................................. 32.00
990.*VICS-1170: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #2; King Stephan & Fidelio Overtures. Monteux/LSO.
        [1st issue: never on LM/LSC] [PL; 1S/1S] A- .................................................................................. 25.00
991.*VICS-1171: ITALIAN OPERA PRELUDES & INTERMEZZOS - Fedora, Manon Lescaut,
        Gugliemo Ratcliff, Amico Fritz, La Wally, Silvano, Adriana, Cav, Pag. Basile/Bologna
        Municipal Theatre Orch. [first issue - never an LSC] [PL; 1S/1S] A-(lovely!) ............................ 35.00
992.*VICS-1310: DVORAK - Symphony #7 (old #2). Monteux/LSO. [Bremner; Wilkinson. Odd,
        short-lived issue. The recording was first on LSC-2489 (TAS 83/84:239); reissued in this
        VICS form 2/68 but dropped in 8/69 along with all the other RCA European material for
        which rights went to Decca/London] [PL; 1S/1S] A- ...................................................................... 16.00
993.*VICS-1378: DANCE MUSIC OF THE RENAISSANCE - Works of Moderne, Susato, Gervaise,
        Phalese, Melchior Franck, Hassler, Attaignant & Demantius. Conrad, recorder & crumhorn;
        Ch Ens. [First U.S. issue - no Red Seal LM/LSC counterpart] [Pink; 1S/2S] A- .............................. 9.00
994.*VICS-1379: VILLA-LOBOS - Rudepoema. BUSONI - Six Elegies. David Bean, piano.
        [Gardner, engineer; no producer listed; first release: no LSC-series issue] [Pink; 1S/1S] A- ............ 9.00
995. VICS-1402: MOZART - Clarinet Concerto (Munch/BSO); Clarinet Quintet (BSO String
        Quartet: Burgin; Krips; de Pasquale; Mayes). Benny Goodman (in all). [from LM-2073
        (mono-only); this 1968 Victrola (too late for a plum label) was the 1st stereo release] [Pink;
        4S/8S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 25.00
996.*VICS-1404: DEBUSSY - The Martyrdom of St. Sebastian (extended excerpts). Kopleff; Akos;
        Curtin; Munch/BSO; New England Conservatory Cho. [From LM-2030, recorded 1956;
        this 1968 Victrola was the first & only stereo LP issue; never in a plum label. This stereo
        issue, though, for unexplained reasons, omits Munch's brief but fervent narration segments
        that were included in the mono original.] [Pink; 2S/1S] A- .............................................................. 24.00
997.*VICS-1435: GLUCK - Orfeo ed Euridice (orchestral music). Monteux/Rome Opera. [I don't
        believe the complete opera was ever issued in stereo on LP, though a single disc of excerpts
        was; this rather obscure 1976 issue from sessions in 1957 is something of an oddity!] [Pink;
        1S/1S] A- ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
998.*VICS-1444: RIMSKY-KORSAKOF - Scheherazade. Pollikoff, violin; Morton Gould/Orch.
        [rec September 1955; this 1969 release was its first stereo issue; originally on LM-1956,
        mono only] [Pink; 2S/1S] A- ............................................................................................................. 20.00
999.*VICS-1445: BIZET - Carmen for Orchestra. Gould/His Orch. [Habig; Layton; from LSC-2437;
        never in plum label] [Pink; 1S/1S] A-(c/c)........................................................................................ 20.00
1000.*VICS-1457: STRAUSS - Death & Transfiguration. WAGNER - Siegfried Idyll.
          Monteux/SFSO. [Recorded in 1960; Monteux's last disc with SFSO, and the only one in
          stereo; this was its first issue, c.1969 - never on Red Seal, though the Wagner was on
          VICS-1102 coupled with LSO Beethoven 4th. The Strauss is stunning! Too late a release
          to have been issued with plum labels.] [Pink; 1S/3S] A-(demo copy) ........................................... 32.00
1001.*VICS-1540 (BRITISH): TCHAIKOVSKY - Serenade for Strings. ELGAR -Introduction &
          Allegro for Strings. BARBER - Adagio for Strings. Munch/BSO. [TAS re original stereo
          issue on LSC-2105 (which did not include the Barber): 36:122] A-(British pressing) .................. 25.00
1002.*VICS-1638: SCHUBERT - Excerpts from The Magic Harp & Rosamunde. Popp, soprano;
          Vaughn/Naples Orch & Cho. [Morgan; Purdom; from the very short-lived LSC-2937]
          [Pink; 7S/6S] A- .............................................................................................................................. 12.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label
1003.*ARGO ZRG--622: NICHOLAS MAW - Scenes & Arias (Vocalists: Manning; Howells;
        Procter). ELIZABETH LUTYENS - Quincunx (Vocalists: Nendick; Shirley-Quirk). Del
        Mar/BBC Sym. A-(c/c) .................................................................................................................. 12.00
1004.*ARGO ZRG--711: WALTON - Sonata for Strings. PROKOFIEV (arr. Barshai) - Visions
        Fugitives. Marriner/ASMF. [Bremner; Goodall] A- .................................................................... 12.00
1005.*ARGO ZRG--790: BIRTWISTLE - The Triumph of Time (Boulez/BBC Sym); Chronometer
        (for tape). [TAS 153:64] A- ............................................................................................................ 18.00
1006.*ARGO ZRG--800/01(2): VIVALDI - La Stravaganza. Kaine & Loveday, violins;
        Marriner/ASMF. A- ...................................................................................................................... 13.00
1007.*ARGO ZRG--896: FINZI - For Saint Cecilia; Dies Natalis. Langridge, tenor; Hickox/LSO &
        Cho. [Hazell; Goodall & Atkinson] A- to A(c/c; silky Dutch pressing) ........................................ 12.00
1008.*ARGO ZRG--899: NICHOLAS MAW - Life Studies. Marriner/ASMF. [Mallinson; Goodall
        & Moorfoot] Argo ZRG-899. FS .................................................................................................... 12.00
1009.*ARGO ZRG-922: DAVID BLAKE - Violin Concerto (Iona Brown; Del Mar/PO); In Praise
        of Krishna (Cahill, soprano; Composer/Northern Sinfonia). [Hazell; Wilkinson (sd 1) &
        Moorfoot (sd 2); very late Wilkinson] A- ....................................................................................... 12.00
1010.*ARGO ZRG-938: DURUFLE - Mass "Cum Jubilo" (Roberts, baritone; Wooburn Singers).
        JEAN LANGLAIS - Mass, "Salve Regina" (Philip Jones Brass Ens). Hickox/His Singers
        (in all). [TAS 27:141] A- to A(lovely Dutch pressing) ................................................................... 12.00
1011.*BELL LABS BTL-7901: "Early Hi-Fi," Vol. 1. Experimental recordings with Leopold
        Stokowski/Philadelphia Orchestra by Bell Labs in 1931 & 1932, including some in true
        stereo. Most, if not all, recorded in concert. In mono: Roman Carnival Overture; Invitation
        to the Dance; Scherzo from Midsummer Night's Dream; Tristan Prelude & Liebestod. In
        mono/stereo (sections vary): 2 excerpts from Scriabin Poem of Fire; 6 excerpts from
        Moussorgsky-Ravel (!) Pictures at an Exhibition. [fold-open album] Bell Labs BTL-7901.
        A- .................................................................................................................................................... 45.00
1012.*COLUMBIA MS-6488: BRAHMS - Alto Rhapsody; Song of Destiny. MAHLER - Songs of a
        Wayfarer. Miller; Walter/Col Sym. [TAS 73:147L] A- ............................................................... 16.00
1013.*COMMAND CC-11004: TCHAIKOVSKY - Capriccio Italien. Dervaux/Colonne Orch.
        RIMSKY - KORSAKOV - Capriccio Espagnole. Vandernoot/PCO. [Robert Fine,
        recording chief] A--(c/c) ................................................................................................................. 9.00
1014.*COMMAND CC-11005: RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2; La Valse; Alborada del
        Gracioso. Dervaux/L'Orchestre des Concerts Colonne. [Light; Fine; 35mm film
        recording] A--(c/c) ............................................................................................................................ 9.00
1015.*COMMAND CC-11007: RAVEL - Rapsodie Espagnole; Bolero. Dervaux/L'Orchestre des
        Concerts Colonne. [Fine, engineer; 35mm film recording] A- ..................................................... 10.00
1016.*COMMAND CC-11020: WAGNER - Overtures: Rienzi, Meistersinger, Faust, Dutchman;
        Lohengrin Act 3 Prelude. Steinberg/Pittsburgh. [Light; Fine; Piros; 35mm film] A--(c/c)........... 9.00
1017.*DECCA HEAD--9: THEA MUSGRAVE - Horn Concerto (Tuckwell; Composer/Scottish
        National Orch); Concerto for Orchestra (Gibson/Scottish National Orch). [Mallinson;
        Lock & Moorfoot] A- to A(lovely Dutch pressing; red FFSS labels) ............................................ 20.00
1018.*DECCA HEAD-22: ANDRZEJ PANUFNIK - Sinfonia Di Sfere; Sinfonia Mistica.
        Atherton/LSO. [Mallinson; Goodall] A- to A(lovely Dutch pressing; red FFSS labels) .............. 25.00
1019.*DECCA JB-49: HOLST - The Perfect Fool (ballet music) & Egdon Heath (Boult/LPO); The
        Hymn of Jesus (Boult/BBC Sym & Cho). [TAS 65:156L re original issue (SXL-6006)] A- ...... 12.00
1020.*DECCA SXL-6512: BRITTEN - Concerto for Piano (Richter); Concerto for Violin
        (Lubotsky). Composer/ECO. A- to A(superb Dutch pressing; black FFSS labels) ..................... 25.00
1021.*DECCA SXL-6641: BRITTEN - Sinfonia da Requiem (Composer/NPO); Cello Symphony
        (Rostropovich; Composer/ECO). Decca SXL-6641. A- to A(lovely Dutch pressing;
        black FFSS labels) .......................................................................................................................... 18.00
1022.*DENON OB-7333/4(2): BEETHOVEN - Symphony #9. Smickova; Soukupova; Pribyl;
        Novak; Neumann/CPO & Cho. [VERY early digital: recorded in Tokyo, December 3,
        1976; Japanese-only notes] A- to A ................................................................................................ 20.00
LP's : Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label - continued
1023.*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 ........................................... 19.00
1024.*EMI ODEON ASD-3013: RACHMANINOV - Five Etudes Tableaux (arr. Respighi).
         TCHAIKOVSKY - The Voyevode: Symphonic Ballad, Op.78; The Storm: Overture,
         Op.76 (posthumous). Yuri Krasnapolsky/NPO. [TAS 36:216L; 73:148L] EMI Odeon
         ASD-3013. A-- ................................................................................................................................ 25.00
1025.*EMI SLS--976(3): ELGAR - The Apostles. Armstrong; Watts; Tear; Luxon; Grand; Case;
         Boult/LPO & Cho; Downe House School Cho. [On side #6, Boult discusses the
         Apostles, The Kingdom and other Elgar works w/illustrations from his recordings (&
         Barbirolli'sf Dream of Gerontius)] [Bishop; Parker] A- to A ......................................................... 17.00
1026.*EMI SLS-5085(2): MALCOLM WILLIAMSON - Violin Concerto (Menuhin; Boult/LPO;
         [Bishop; Parker]); The Display (Hopkins/Sydney Sym; [Clapham; Moxham]); Symphony
         #1; Santiago de Espada Overture; Sinfonia Concertante (Groves/Royal Liverpool Orch;
         [Willan; Parker]). A- to A ............................................................................................................... 35.00
1027.*EMI SXLP-30139: WALTON - Film Music: Suites from Henry V & Richard III; Hamlet
         Funeral March; Spitfire Prelude & Fugue. Composer/PO. A- ...................................................... 12.00
1028.*EPIC BC-1039: SCHUMANN - Symphony #1; Manfred Overture. Szell/CO. Epic BC-1039.
         A- .................................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1029.*EPIC BC-1139: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #5. Fleisher; Szell/CO. A-(demo; little
         writing back cov)............................................................................................................................ 12.00
1030.*EVEREST SDBR-3003: ANTILL - Corroboree Suite. GINASTERA - Panambi Suite.
         Goossens/LSO. Everest SDBR-3003. FS(doubtless a late pressing) ............................................. 12.00
1031.*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) ..................................................................................................... 15.00
1032.*HNH 4017: SIR LENNOX BERKELEY - Symphony #1; Concerto for Two Pianos (Beckett;
         McDonald). Del Mar/LPO. [from Lyrita SRCS-80] A-(c/c) ........................................................ 10.00
1033.*HNH-4078: FRANK BRIDGE - Suite for Strings; Sir Roger de Coverly; Sally in Our Alley;
         Cherry Ripe; Lament for String Orchestra; Rosemary. Boult/LPO. [from Lyrita SRCS-73;
         TAS 36:182] A- .............................................................................................................................. 12.00
1034.*LYRITA SRCS--55: SIR ARTHUR BLISS - 80th Birthday Presentation: A Prayer to Jesus
         (Ledger/Ambrosian Singers); The World in Charged with Grandeur (Ledger/Ambrosian
         Singers; LSO Wind & Brass Ens); Hymn to Apollo (Composer/LSO); Serenade for
         Baritone & Orchestra (Shirley-Quirk; Priestman/LSO); Rout for Soprano & Orchestra
         (Woodland; Composer/LSO). A- ................................................................................................. 16.00
1035.*LYRITA SRCS--79: MALCOLM WILLIAMSON - Piano Concerto #3 (Composer, piano;
         Dommett/LPO); Organ Concerto (Composer, organ; Boult/LPO). [TAS 36:179-81] A- .......... 18.00
1036.*LYRITA SRCS--84: GERALD FINZI - A Severn Rhapsody; Introit; The Fall of the Leaf;
         Nocturne; Prelude; Three Soliloquies; Romance. Boult/LPO. [TAS 34:193; 35:159] A- ............ 16.00
1037.*LYRITA SRCS--85: ALWYN - Symphony #2; Sinfonietta for Strings. Composer/LPO. A- ........... 16.00
1038.*LYRITA SRCS--90: ALAN RAWSTHORNE - Symphony #1; Symphonic Studies.
         Pritchard/LPO. A-......................................................................................................................... 16.00
1039.*LYRITA SRCS--91: FRANK BRIDGE - Phastasm, Rhapsody for Piano & Orchestra
         (Wallfisch; Braithwaite/LPO). MOERAN - Rhapsody for Piano & Orchestra (McCabe;
         Braithwaite/NPO). [TAS 36:182] A- ............................................................................................ 16.00
1040.*LYRITA SRCS--94: BERKELEY - Symphony #2 (Braithwaite/LPO); Piano Concerto #2
         (Wilde; Braithwaite/NPO. [TAS 36:179] A- ............................................................................... 18.00
1041.*LYRITA SRCS--95: BRITISH OVERTURES. MALCOLM ARNOLD - Beckus the
         Dandipratt. FRANCIS CHAGRIN - Helter Skelter. WILLIAM ALWYN - Derby Day.
         ALAN RAWSTHORNE - Street Corner. GEOFFREY BUSH - Yorick. WALTER LEIGH
         - Agincourt. Braithwaite; Alwyn; Pritchard; Handley conducting NPO; LPO; LSO.
         [variety!!] A- ................................................................................................................................... 32.00
1042.*LYRITA SRCS-113: GEORGE LLOYD - Symphony #8. Downes/PO. [TAS 33:131] A-................ 16.00
LP's : Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label - continued
1043.*LYRITA SRCS-114: FRANK BRIDGE - Dance Rhapsody; Overture "Rebus;" Dance Poem.
         Braithwaite/LPO. A- ..................................................................................................................... 16.00
1044.*LYRITA SRCS-129: GEORGE LLOYD - Symphony #4. Downes/PO. [TAS 35:177-180] A- ........ 16.00
1045.*PHILIPS 6700 019(2): BERLIOZ - Requiem. Dowd; Davis/LSO & Cho. [TAS 2:93; 4:238L]
         A- .................................................................................................................................................... 19.00
1046.*PHILIPS 6707 019(4): BERLIOZ - Benvenuto Cellini. Gedda; Bastin; Massard; Soyer;
         Blackwell; Lloyd; Davis/ROHCG. [TAS 42:115-16] A- to A ...................................................... 18.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire
1047.*ALWYN (William): Twelve Preludes; Fantasy-Waltzes. John Ogdon, piano. Chandos
         ABRD-1125. FS .............................................................................................................................. 12.00
1048.*ANDRIESSEN (Hendrik): Variations & Fugue on a Theme of Johann Kuhnau. PETER VAN
         ANROOY: Piet Hein (Dutch Rhapsody). JOHAN WAGENAAR: Overtures to Cyrano de
         Bergerac & Taming of the Shrew. Hague Residentie-Orkest conducted by Dorati (in
         Piet) & van Otterloo (in rest). [notes in Dutch only] Fontana 6530 044. A- to A ......................... 25.00
1049.*ANTHEIL: A Jazz Symphony; Ballet Mecanique (De Leeuw/Netherlands Wind Ens); Violin
         Sonata #2; Finale from Violin Sonata #1 (Beths, violin; De Leeuw, piano). Philips 6514
         254. A- to A .................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1050.*ANTILL (John): Corroboree Suite (Composer/Sydney Symphony). GRAINGER: Green
         Bushes (Hopkins/Melbourne Sym). MICHAEL HURST: Traditional Overture;
         Swagman's Holiday. TRAD, ARR.KENNY: Waltzing Matilda. [Last three with
         Thomas/South Australian Sym (and Cho in Matilda] EMI OASD-7554. A- ............................. 50.00
1051.*ARNESTAD (Finn; 1915-94): INRI - A Mystery for Symphony Orchestra (Kamu/Oslo
         Philharmonic); Violin Concerto (Bohn; Ingebretsen/LPO). Philips 6578 107. A- to A ............ 12.00
1052.*ATTERBERG: Suite #3 for Violin, Viola & Strings. GUNNAR de FRUMERIE: Pastoral
         Suite for Flute, Harp & Strings. DAG WIREN: Sinfonietta. Westerberg/Swedish Radio
         Orch. Swedish Society Discofil SLT-33167. A- ............................................................................ 12.00
1053.*AVISON (Charles; 1709-1770): Twelve Concerti Grossi after Domenico Scarlatti.
         Marriner/ASMF. Philips 6769 018(3). FS .................................................................................... 12.00
1054.*BACH: The Thirteen Harpsichord 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 .............................. 18.00
1055. BANTOCK: Fifine at the Fair. Beecham/RPO. [only in print from early 1953 to March, 1956]
         RCA LHMV-1026. A--(brief tks sd 2) ........................................................................................... 15.00
1056.*BARBER: Piano Concerto (Browning). WILLIAM SCHUMAN: A Song of Orpheus (Rose,
         cello). Szell/CO. [demo copy] Col MS-6638. FS(jacket open but disc still sealed;"2-eyes") ....... 15.00
1057.*BAZELON (Irwin; 1922-95): Imprints... on Ivory and Strings; Five Pieces (Maximilien,
         piano). ELIE SIEGMEISTER: Ways of Love; Langston Hughes Songs (Kirkpatrick,
         soprano; Williams, baritone; Lazar/Washington Music Ens). CRI SD-532. A- ......................... 12.00
1058.*BEETHOVEN (arr. Brott): The Young Prometheus. Brott/CBC Festival Orch. [Orchestral
         arrangements of some obscure early pieces] Radio Canada CC-15,038. FS .................................. 12.00
1059.*BENNETT (William Sterndale; 1816-75): Piano Concerto #4 (Binns); Symphony in g. Hilary
         Davan Wetton/Milton Keynes Chamber Orch. [dig; DMM] Music Series MKM-861. A-....... 12.00
1060.*BENTZON (Niels Viggo; b.1919): Symphony #3, #5 & #7. Ole Schmidt/Aarhus By-
         Orkester. [edition limited to only 300 copies; this is #123] Dansk Musik Antologi Philips
         DMA 056/57(2). A- to A ................................................................................................................ 45.00
1061. BERNSTEIN: Jeremiah Symphony (#1); On the Town Ballet Music; Facsimile.
         Bernstein/Misc Orchs. Camden CAL-196. A-(unusually fine copy; VERY early
         Bernstein!) ....................................................................................................................................... 16.00
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1062.*BERRY (Wallace; b.1928): Piano Sonata (Dady Mehta). RICHARD SWIFT (b.1927): Great
         Praises (Dudley, soprano; Tartak, piano); Summer Notes (Hersh, piano). CRI SD-412. A- ...... 12.00
1063.*BEYER (Frank Michael; b.1928): Diaphonie for Orchestra (Sinnhoffer Quartet;
         Halffter/BVRS); Trio for Oboe, Viola & Harp (Heinz & Ursula Holliger; Fukai, viola);
         Griechenland (Rickenbacher/NDR Orch). Wergo WER-60102. A- to A .................................... 16.00
1064.*BIRTWISTLE: Tragoedia. CROSSE: Concerto da Camera. WOOD: Three Piano Pieces.
         Parikian, violin; McGaw, piano; Downes & Foster/Melos Ens. Argo ZRG-759. A-(c/c) ............ 15.00
1065.*BLACHER: Orchestra Ornament. MILHAUD: Cortege Funebre. POULENC: Deux Marches
         et un Intermede. Mester/Louisville Orch. [blank jacket; includes notes] Louisville LS-
         685. A-- ........................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1066.*BLACHER: Orchestral Variations on a Theme of Paganini. CHARLES WUORINEN: Suite
         from "The Magic Art." Smith/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-792. FS ....................................... 12.00
1067.*BLOMDAHL: "...resan i denna natt" ("the journey on this night") (1966). Soderstrom,
         soprano; Ahronovitch/Stockholm Philharmonic). HILDING ROSENBERG: Violin
         Concerto. Spierer; Jansons/Stockholm Philharmonic. Caprice CAP-1225. FS ......................... 12.00
1068.*BLOMDAHL: Symphony #3 ("Facetter"). HILDING ROSENBERG: Dance Suite from the
         Opera "Marionettes." STEN BROMAN - Overture (Hommage to Sixten Ehrling).
         Ehrling/Stockholm Philharmonic. Caprice CAP-1251. A- ......................................................... 12.00
1069.*BOULEZ: Rituel (In Memoriam Maderna); Eclat-Multiples. Composer/Ensemble Inter-
         Contemporain. CBS M-37850. A- ................................................................................................ 12.00
1070.*BRIAN (Havergal): Complete Piano Music. Peter Hill. [dig] Cameo Classics GOCLP-9016.
         A- .................................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1071.*BRIAN: Gothic Symphony. Boult/Unidentified Orchestra. [in fact, Boult with soloists,
         choruses & BBC Symphony from Albert Hall, 1966] Aries LP-2601(2). A- ............................... 18.00
1072.*BRIAN: Symphony # 6 & #16. Fredman/LPO. Lyrita SRCS-67. A- ................................................ 16.00
1073.*BRIAN: Symphony # 7 & #31; Comedy Overture: The Tinker's Wedding. Mackerras/Royal
         Liverpool Philharmonic. [dig; DMM] EMI EL 7-49558 1. A- to A ............................................ 12.00
1074.*BRIAN: Symphony # 8 & #9. Groves/Royal Liverpool Philharmonic. EMI ED-29 0869 1.
         A- to A ............................................................................................................................................ 16.00
1075.*BRIAN: Symphony # 9, #12 & #23. Performers listed are pseudonyms. Actual performers are
         Fredman/RPO (#9; 1971); Del Mar/BBC Sym (#12; 1966); Goodman/University of
         Illinois Orch (#23; 1973). Aries LP-1604. A- ............................................................................... 12.00
1076.*BRIAN: Symphony #13, #15, #17, #20, #24 & #26. Performers listed are pseudonyms; actual
         artists are said to be: Pope/RPO (#13, #15, #17); Fredman/LPO (#24); Handley/NPO
         (#20 & #26). [no notes - as issued?] Aries LP-3601(3). A- ............................................................ 40.00
1077.*BRIAN: Symphony #18, #19 & #22. Performer credits on jacket are sprurious. Correct
         performers are Fairfax/NPO (#18; 1974); Canarina/BBC Scottish Orch (#19; 1976);
         Fredman/RPO (#22; 1971). Aries LP-1611. A- ............................................................................ 12.00
1078.*BRUSTAD (Bjarne): Symphony #2 (Fjelstad/Oslo Phil). SAEVERUD (Harald): Symphony
         #7 (Salme) (Andersen/Bergen Sym). Philips 6507 063. A- to A .................................................. 16.00
1079.*BULLER (John; b.1927): The Theatre of Memory. Elder/BBC Sym. [dig] Unicorn Kanchana
         DKP-9045. A- to A ........................................................................................................................... 8.00
1080.*BUSONI: Nocturne Symphonique. ALBERIC MAGNARD: Hymne a Venus. SYLVAIN
         DUPUIS: Macbeth - Paraphrase Symphonique. SIBELIUS - Tapiola. Bartholomee/Liege
         Philharmonic. [dig] Ricercar RIC-030. A- .................................................................................... 12.00
1081. BUSONI: Violin Concerto (Borries; Rother/Berlin Radio). WOLF-FERRARI: String
         Serenade (Lange/Berlin Radio). Urania URLP-7043. A- ............................................................. 16.00
1082.*CARTER: Symphony #1; Holiday Overture; Pocahantas Suite. Dunkel/American
         Composers Orch. CRI SD-475. A- ............................................................................................... 12.00
1083.*CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO: Guitar Concerto. RODRIGO: Concierto de Aranjuez.
         Behrend; Peters/BPO. DGG 139 166. A- to A(c/c)...................................................................... 12.00
1084.*CORDERO (Roque): Symphony #2. LEONARDO BALADA: Homage a Sarasate. HENRY
         BRANT: On the Nature of Things. Mester/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-765. A- ................... 12.00
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1085.*CORDERO (Roque): Violin Concerto (Allen); 8 Miniatures. Freeman/Detroit Sym. [Black
         Composers Series, Vol. 4] Col M-32784. A-(c/c) .......................................................................... 12.00
1086. COWELL: Symphony #11. ALEXANDER TCHEREPNIN - Suite, Op.87. BERNARD
         WAGENAAR: Concert Overture. Whitney/Louisville Orch. [w/blank jacket; notes
         included] Louisville LOU-545-2. A- .............................................................................................. 12.00
1087. COWELL: Symphony #16 ("Icelandic"). JON LEIFS: Iceland Overture. PALL ISOLFSSON:
         Passacaglia. Stickland/Iceland Symphony. CRI 179. FS ............................................................. 12.00
1088.*CROSSE (Gordon; b.1937): Symphony #1; Dreamsongs; Elegy. Brydon/Scottish Chamber
         Orchestra. Oxford University Press OUP-203. A- ........................................................................ 16.00
1089.*DAVID (Johann Nepomuk; 1895-1977): Symphony #5 (Schmid/SWDR). Organ Concerto
         (Dallman) & Ezzolied (Baumann & Fruhhaber, sopranos; Ostertag, bass; Cho).
         Schweizer/Badische Philharmonie Karlsruhe (in both). [notes in German only] Audite
         FSM-53 416/17(2). A- to A ............................................................................................................ 18.00
1090. DE CROES (Henri Jacques; 1705-86): Concerto a Quatre for Strings. JEAN DECADT
         (b.1914): Ballade on a Tree (Serverius, soprano). [Maes/Belgian Ch Orch in both]
         GABRIEL VERSCHRAEGEN (b.1919): Concerto for Organ, Orchestra & Percussion
         (Composer, organ). Alpha DB-91. A-............................................................................................ 24.00
1091.*DE FRUMERIE (Gunnar): St. John's Eve (ballet). Westerberg/Malmo Sym. Big Ben 601-
         831-001. A- to A(c/c) ...................................................................................................................... 13.00
1092.*DIAMOND: Quartet #9 (Composers Quartet); Scherzo (Composer & Helps, pianos). DEL
         TREDICI: I Hear an Army (Bryn-Johnson, soprano; Composers Quar); Nonet
         (Wuorinen/String Ens). CRI SD-294. A- ..................................................................................... 10.00
1093.*DITTERSDORF: Six Symphonies after Ovid's Metamorphoses. Shepherd/Cantilena. [dig]
         Chandos DVRD-2012(2). A- to A .................................................................................................. 13.00
1094.*DUTILLEUX: Timbres, Espace, Mouvement ("La Nuit Etoilee"); Metaboles.
         Rostropovich/French National Orch. [Timbres dedicated jointly to Rostropovich and to
         the memory of Charles Munch] Erato STU-71516. A- to A........................................................... 16.00
1095.*DVORAK: Slavonic Rhapsodies #1 - #3; The Wood Dove; Czech Suite; Slavonic Dances,
         Op.46 & Op.72 (complete). Neumann/CPO. Telefunken SAT-22523/25(3). A- ......................... 25.00
1096.*EGGE: Symphony #4. FINN MORTENSEN (b.1922): Fantasy for Piano & Orchestra
         (Haase). [Both with Ehrling/Oslo Phil] EGIL HOVLAND (b.1924): Lamenti per
         Orchestra. Fjeldstad/Oslo Phil. Philips 6507 010. A- to A ........................................................... 16.00
1097.*EGGE: Violin Concerto (Wicks; Fjeldstad/Oslo Philharmonic); Piano Sonata #2; Two
         Fantasies (Baekkelund, piano). Philips PHS-900-210. A-(c/c) ..................................................... 16.00
1098.*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 ........... 13.00
1099. ELGAR: Enigma Variations (Royal Albert Hall Orch; 1926); Serenade for Strings (LPO;
         1933); Cockaigne Overture (BBC Sym; 1933). Composer conducts all. EMI ALP-1464.
         A- .................................................................................................................................................... 13.00
1100. ELIZALDE (Federico; 1907-79): Violin Concerto. Ferras; Poulet/LSO. [10-inch] London
         LS-564. B+/B(varies) ...................................................................................................................... 32.00
1101.*ENESCO: Suite Chatelaine; Voix de la Nature. Remus Georgescu/Banatul Phiharmonic in
         Timisoara. Electrecord STECE-02240. A- .................................................................................... 15.00
1102.*ENGLUND: Symphony #1. Pekkanen/Turku Phil. [Live, 1978; fine sound] Finlandia FA-
         304. A- to A .................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1103.*ENGLUND: Symphony #4 for Strings & Percussion. KOKKONEN: Music for String
         Orchestra. Pohjola/Espoo Ch Orch. Finlandia FA-329. A- to A .................................................. 12.00
1104.*ERB (Donald): Spatial Fanfare for Brass & Percussion; Concerto for Trombone (Dempster);
         Christmasmusic; Autumnmusic. Louis Lane/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-772. A- ................ 12.00
1105.*ERB: Prismatic Variations. CHRISTOPHER ROUSE: The Infernal Machine; Ogoun
         Badagris. JOAN TOWER: Sequoia. Slatkin/St.Louis Sym (Ogoun conducted by Peter
         Susskind). [dig] Nonesuch 9-79118-1. A- to A(c/c) ...................................................................... 12.00
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1106.*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-- ................................................................................................................ 13.00
1107.*FOERSTER: Symphony #4 ("Easter"). Smetacek/Prague Symphony. Supraphon 1 10 0617.
         A- ...................................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1108.*FRICKER (Peter Racine): Violin Concerto, Op.11. DON BANKS: Violin Concerto. Neaman;
         Del Mar/RPO. Argo ZRG-715. A- ................................................................................................ 16.00
1109.*GENZMER (Harald): Concerto for Trautonium & Orchestra (Sala, trautonium;
         Goslich/Bremer State Philharmonic); Concerto for Mixtur-Trautonium & Orchestra
         (Sala; Muller-Kray/Stuttgart Radio Orch). [DMM] Wergo WER-60113. A- to A ................... 16.00
1110. GILSON (Paul): La Mer. Weemaels/Belgian National Orch. LEON JONGEN: Malaisie.
         Composer/Belgian National Orch. [French-only notes] London TW-91121. A--/A- ................. 20.00
1111.*GOOSSENS (Eugene): Divertissement (Chiarelli/National Phil); Six Songs (Meriel;
         Dickinson, ms; Peter Dickinson, pf); Islamite Dance, Old Chinese Folk Song, Two Songs
         (Leon Goossens, oboe; Lloyd, piano); Oboe Concerto (Leon Goossens; Susskind/PO).
         [the concerto is a mono EMI recording] Unicorn UN1-75005. A-(c/c) ......................................... 12.00
1112.*GOOSSENS (Eugene): Oboe Concerto (Henderson; Pikler/Sydney Sympony). VAUGHAN
         WILLIAMS: Five Variants on Dives & Lazarus (Pini/Sydney Sym). MALCOLM
         WILLIAMSON: Sinfonietta (Zaliouk/Melbourne Sym). British RCA GL-40542. A-
         (Italian pressing).............................................................................................................................. 12.00
1113.*GOOSSENS (Sir Eugene; 1893-1962): Symphony #1 (1940). Measham/Adelaide Sym.
         Unicorn Kanchana KP-8000. A- ..................................................................................................... 12.00
1114. GOULD: Fall River Legend (Mitropoulos/NYP). WILLIAM SCHUMAN: Undertow
         (Levine/Ballet Theatre Orch). New World NW-253. A- ............................................................. 12.00
1115.*GOULD: Festive Music; Quickstep; Philharmonic Waltzes; Latin-American Symphonette.
         Composer/LSO. [very early digital - recorded 1978; superb Japanese pressing; nice fold-
         open album] Varese Sarabande VCDM-1000,10. A- to A ............................................................. 16.00
1116.*GRAUNKE (Kurt): Symphony #3; Two Symphonic Dances (Fink, violin); Air [in versions
         for harp & orchestra (Geraldine Graunke, harp) and orchestra alone). Composer/His
         Symphony. Sedina E.S.-902. A- to A ............................................................................................ 20.00
1117.*GRECHANINOV: Suite for Cello & Orchestra. KHACHATURIAN: Cello Concerto.
         Thomas; Symeonides/Bamberg Sym. Schwann VMS-2114. A- to A ......................................... 15.00
1118.*HARTMANN (Karl Amadeus): Symphonies (8; complete); Adagio for Large Orchestra;
         Gesangs-Szene for Baritone & Orchestra (Fischer-Dieskau); Symphonie Concertante.
         Conductors: Kubelik; Leitner; Rieger; Macal; BVRS in all. [notes booklet includes
         English notes on the works, but general essay in German only] [Grand Prix du Disque;
         Deutsche Schallplattenpreis] Wergo WER-60086(5). A- to A ....................................................... 45.00
1119.*HARTMANN (Karl Amadeus): Symphony #4 & #8. Kubelik/BVRS. DGG 413 650-1. FS ............. 12.00
1120.*HARTY: Irish Symphony; A Comedy Overture. Thomson/Ulster Orch. [dig] Chandos
         ABRD-1027. A- ................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1121.*HARTY: Violin Concerto in d; Variations on a Dublin Air for Violin & Orchestra. Holmes;
         Thomson/Ulster Orch. Chandos ABR-1044. A- .......................................................................... 10.00
1122.*HEININEN (Paavo): Symphony #3. Soderblom/Finnish Radio Sym. Fuga 3047. A- ...................... 12.00
1123.*HENZE: Concerto for Oboe, Harp & Strings (H.Holliger, U.Holliger); Fantasia for Strings;
         Sonata for Strings. Sacher/Collegium Musicum Zurich. DGG 139 396. FS(early seal, so
         probably tulip labels)....................................................................................................................... 20.00
1124.*HENZE: Music from the motion pictures Swann in Love and Katharina Blum (concert
         suite). Composer/Basel Radio Orch. Varese Sarabande STV-81224. A- to A ............................ 16.00
1125.*HENZE: Ode to the Westwind (Palm, cello); Violin Concerto (Schneiderhan). Henze/BVRS.
         DGG 139 382. FS ............................................................................................................................ 20.00
1126.*HENZE: Symphonies #1 - #5. Composer/BPO. DGG 410 937-1(2). A- to A ................................... 16.00
1127. HENZE: Wedding Music from "Undine." WERNER EGK: Suite from the Ballet "Abraxas."
         IRVING FINE: Diversions. Whitney/Louisville Orch. [blank jacket; includes notes]
         Louisville LOU-643. A- .................................................................................................................. 12.00
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1128.*HETU (Jacques): Symphony #3. HARRY SOMERS: North Country. NORMAN SYMONDS:
         Three Atmospheres. ANDRE PREVOST: Celebration. Mannino/National Arts Centre
         Orch (Canada). Centrediscs CMC-2987. FS .................................................................................. 12.00
1129.*HETU (Jacques; b.1938): Piano Concerto (Vallecillo, piano). DEREK HEALEY (b.1936):
         Arctic Images. Hetu/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-769. A-....................................................... 12.00
1130.*HINDEMITH: Concert Music for Strings & Brass; Concert Music for Piano, Brass & Harps;
         Morgenmusik. Phillip Jones Brass Ens. [dig; Dutch pressing] London LDR-71053. A- to
         A ...................................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1131.*HINDEMITH: Concerto for Organ (Heiller; Horvat/Austrian Radio); Concerto for
         Trautonium; Seven Pieces for Trautonium Trio (Sala, trautonium; Stadlmair/Munich Ch
         Orch). Telefunken 6.42529. A- ...................................................................................................... 12.00
1132.*HINDEMITH: Violin Concerto (Oistrakh; Composer/LSO); Symphonic Metamorphoses on
         Themes of Carl Maria von Weber (Abbado/LSO). [Dutch pressing] London 414 437-1. A-
         to A .................................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1133.*HIVELY (Wells; 1902-69): Summer Holiday (Rive Gauche). PAUL CRESTON: Dance
         Overture. HERBERT HAUFRECHET (b.1909): Square Set. PEDRO SANJUAN (b.1886):
         La Macumba (Ritual Symphony). Alfredo Antonini/misc orchs. CRI SD-111. A- ..................... 12.00
1134.*HODDINOTT (Alun): Symphony #2; Variants for Orchestra. Del Mar/LSO. Oriel ORM-
         1003. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1135.*HODDINOTT (Alun): Welsh Dances. GRACE WILLIAMS: Penillion for Orchestra.
         DANIEL JONES: The Country Beyond the Stars (cantata). Groves/RPO; Welsh National
         Opera Cho (in Jones). Oriel ORM-1001. A- ................................................................................. 12.00
1136.*HODDINOTT (Alun; b.1929): Jack Straw Overture; Sinfonia Fidei (Gomez, soprano;
         Burrows, tenor); Nocturnes & Cadenzas for Cello & Orch (Welsh). Groves/PO & Cho.
         [dig] Unicorn RHD-401. A- ............................................................................................................ 12.00
1137.*HODDINOTT: Divertimento, Op.32; Septet, Op.10 (Nash Ens); Sonata #1 for Violin & Piano
         (Myerscough; Jones). Argo ZRG-770. A-(minor cover tape repair) ............................................ 20.00
1138.*HODKINSON (Sydney; b.1934): Valence (Composer/St.Paul Ch Orch); The Dissolution of
         the Serial (Errante, clarinet, bass clarinet & saxophone; Albright, piano). LEO CRAFT
         (b.1922): Spring in the Harbor (Rowe, soprano; Levy, flute; Kouguell, cello; Thomas,
         piano); Dialogues for Flute & Tape (Levy, flute). CRI SD-292. A- .............................................. 12.00
1139.*HOLMBOE (Vagn; 1909-96): Symphony #7 (Frandsen/Danish Radio Orch). PER
         NORGARD: "Luna" for Orchestra (Blomstedt/Danish Radio Orch). PELLE
         GUDMUNDSEN-HOLMGREENZ: Tricolore IV (Schmidt/Danish Radio Orch). Dansk
         Musik Antologi DGG DMA-018. A- to A ...................................................................................... 13.00
1140.*HOVHANESS: Avak, the Healer (Farris, soprano; Rapier, trumpet). WIDDOES: Morning
         Music. SCULTHORPE: Sun Music III. Mester/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-735. A-............ 12.00
1141.*HOVHANESS: St. Vartan Symphony. Composer/National Philharmonic. Unicorn RHS-
         317. A- ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
1142.*HOVHANESS: Triptych: Ave Maria, Christmas Ode, Easter Cantata. Valente, soprano;
         Antonini/Bamberg Symphony Members. KAREL HUSA: Mosaiques
         (Composer/Stockholm Sym). WILLARD STRAIGHT (b.1930): Development for
         Orchestra (Stanger/LPO). CRI SD-221. FS .................................................................................. 12.00
1143.*HUBAY (Jeno): Violin Pieces (seven short works; Francois d'Albert, violin); Songs (eight;
         Maria d'Albert, soprano). Mayors/Hubay Kammer-Orchester. Hussar 1458. A-- .................. 20.00
1144.*HUMMEL: Grand Sonata for Piano Solo. JOHANN CRAMER: Piano Concerto #5. Sagara;
         Cao/Luxembourg Radio. Turn TVS-34608. A- ............................................................................. 9.00
1145. IBERT: Louisville Concerto. GARDNER READ: Toccata Giocoso. LUENING &
         USSACHEVSKY: Rhapsodic Variations for Tape Recorder & Orchestra.
         Whitney/Louisville Orch. [blank jacket; includes notes] Louisville LOU-545-5. A- .................. 12.00
1146.*ICHIKAWA (Toshiharu): Violin Concerto. Masafumi Hori, violin; Kosler/CPO. [dig;
         includes English notes insert] Denon OF-7125-ND. A- to A ......................................................... 16.00
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1147.*IMBRIE: Symphony #3. Farberman/LSO. SCHUMAN: Credendum. Ormandy/Phila.
         [Schuman is in electronic stereo] CRI SD-308. A- ......................................................................... 12.00
1148.*IVANOV (Konstantin): Symphony in Memory of Yuri Gagarin; Double Bass Concerto.
         Mikhno, bass; Composer/USSR Radio-TV Orch. [seems an appropriate record to offer
         in April of 2011: 50th anniversary, on April 12th, of Gagarin's trip into space!] Melodiya
         33C10-08773-4. A- ......................................................................................................................... 25.00
1149.*IVES: Three Places in New England (Ormandy/Phila); Washington's Birthday
         (Bernstein/NYP); Robert Browning Overture (Stokowski/American Sym). Col MS-7015.
         A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) .......................................................................................................... 12.00
1150.*JANACEK: Complete Works for Piano (Capriccio; Theme & Variations; Concertino; On
         Overgrown Path; 1.X.1905; In the Mist). Firkusny; Kubelik/BVRS. DGG 2721 251(2).
         A- to A ............................................................................................................................................ 16.00
1151.*JOLIVET: Cello Concerto #2 (Rostropovich); Five Ritual Dances. Composer/ORTF. MHS
         1371. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 15.00
1152.*JONES (Daniel): Symphony #4 (In Memory of Dylan Thomas) & #7. Groves/RPO. Oriel
         ORM-1002. A- ................................................................................................................................ 16.00
1153.*JONES (Daniel): Symphony #6. WM MATHIAS: Symphony #1. Groves/RPO. Oriel ORM-
         1004. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1154.*JONES (Daniel): Symphony #8 & #9; Dance Fantasy. Thomson/BBC Welsh. BBC Atrium
         REGL-359. A- ................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1155. JONGEN (Joseph; 1872-1953): Preludes & Toccata for Piano (de Clercq). VICTOR LEGLEY
         (b.1915): Sonata for Clarinet & Piano. RAYMOND CHEVREUILLE (b.1901): Recitative
         & Gay Melody for Clarinet & Piano. Ancion, clar; Jooris-Lechat, pf. Alpha DB-88. A- ............ 24.00
1156. JONGEN (Joseph; 1872-1953): Saxophone Quartet. MARCEL POOT: Concertino. [Belgian
         Saxophone Quartet in both] Short Piano Works by RAYMOND BAERVOETS, PIERRE
         FROIDEBISE, PHILIPPE BOESMANS & CAMILLE SCHMIT (Robert Leuridan,
         piano). Alpha DB-90. A-................................................................................................................. 24.00
1157.*KARAYEV (Kara): The Path of Thunder, Suite #1 (Svetlanov/Bolshoi Theatre Orch); Don
         Quixote (Gauk/USSR State Sym). Melodiya C-01701-2. A- ....................................................... 13.00
1158.*KETTING (Otto): Symphony #1 (Rosbaud/ACO); Symphony for Saxophones & Orchestra
         (Netherlands Saxophone Quartet; Haitink/ACO). [limited edition; was available by
         subscription only] Composers' Voice CV-8001. A- ....................................................................... 16.00
1159.*KEURIS (Tristan): Movements (Haitink/ACO); Piano Concerto (Bruins;
         Dufallo/Rotterdam Philharmonic). Composers' Voice 8304. A- to A ........................................ 12.00
1160.*KILLMAYER (Wilhelm): Symphonic Poems & Essays: Jugendzeit (Time of Youth);
         Verschuttete Zeichen (Buried Signs); Uberstehen und Hoffen (Survival and Hope); Im
         Freien (In Open Air). Wakasugi/BVRS. [DMM] Wergo WER-60092. A- to A ........................... 16.00
1161.*KILLMAYER (Wilhelm): Symphony #1 ("Fogli;" Schmid/Frankfurt Radio Orch);
         Symphony #2 ("Ricordanze;" Viktor-Lukas-Consort); Symphony #3 ("Human Destiny;"
         Composer/Munich Philharmonic). [DMM] Wergo WER-601 16. A- to A ................................ 16.00
1162.*KNUSSEN (Oliver; b.1952); Symphony #3 (Tilson Thomas/PO); Ophelia Dances
         (Composer/London Sinfonietta). SIMON BAINBRIDGE (b.1952): Viola Concerto
         (Trampler; Tilson Thomas/London Sinfonietta). Unicorn RHD-400. A- to A ......................... 16.00
1163.*KOECHLIN: The Jungle Book (complete). Segerstam/Orch Phil de l'Etat de Rhenanie
         Palatinat. Cybelia CY-679/80(2). A- ............................................................................................. 18.00
1164.*KOKKONEN (Joonas; 1921-96): Symphony #2 & #4. Segerstam(#2); Kamu(#4) / Finnish
         Radio Orch. Bis LP-189. A- to A .................................................................................................. 12.00
1165.*KORNGOLD: Sinfonietta for Large Orchestra. Albrecht/Berlin Radio Orch. [dig] Varese /
         Sarabande 704.200. A- .................................................................................................................... 12.00
1166.*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 .............................................................................................................. 13.00
1167.*KRENEK: Kleine Blasmuwik; Three Merry Marches. PETER MAXWELL DAVIES: Saint
         Michael Sonata. Mester/Louisville Orchestra. Louisville LS-756. A- ........................................ 12.00
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1168.*KRENEK: Static and Ecstatic (Ten Short Pieces for Chamber Orchestra); Kitharaulos for
         Oboe, Oboe d'Amore, English Horn, Harp & Chamber Orch. Ostryniec, oboe; Linquist,
         harp; Composer/Los Angeles Ch Orch. Varese Sarabande VR-81200. A- ................................. 12.00
1169.*KRENEK: Symphony #1, #2 & #3. Zagrosek/ORF Sym Orch, Vienna. Amadeo 415 825-
         1(2). A- to A .................................................................................................................................... 20.00
1170.*LANGGAARD: Symphony # 6 ("The Heaven-Storming"); Music of the Spheres. Guillaume,
         mezzo-soprano (in Spheres); Frandsen/Danish Radio Orch. [concert performances, 1977
         & 1980] Dansk Musik Antologi Danacord DMA-064. A- to A ..................................................... 16.00
1171.*LANGGAARD: Symphony #10 (Schmidt) & #14 (Schonwandt). Danish Radio Orch (&
         Cho in #14). [DMM] Danacord DACO-230. A- to A..................................................................... 16.00
1172.*LEVI (Ernst; 1895-1981): Symphony #15. Cuendet/Basle Symphony. Musicaphon BM 30-
         SL 1729. A- ..................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1173.*LIDHOLM (Ignvar): Music for Strings (Maksymiuk/Polish Ch Orch); Greetings from an
         Old World; Kontakion (Segerstam/Swedish Radio Orch & Stockholm Philharmonic).
         Caprice CAP-1167. FS .................................................................................................................... 12.00
1174.*LITOLFF: Concerto Symphonique #4 (all four movements - not just the Scherzo!) Gerald
         Robbins, piano; Remoortel/Monte-Carlo Opera Orch. Genesis GS-1035. A- ............................ 9.00
1175.*LLOYD (George; 1913-98): Piano Concerto #4. Stott; Composer/LSO. [dig] Conifer CFRA-
         119. A- ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
1176.*LUNDSTEN (Ralph; b.1936): Summer Saga (Nordic Nature Symphony #4); Pop Age.
         Composer on synthesizers, keyboards, etc. With Stockholm Baroque Ens; Cho; etc.
         Angel S-38108. A-(c/c) ..................................................................................................................... 9.00
1177.*LUTOSLAWSKI: Orchestral Works: Symphony #1 & #2; Cello Concerto (Jablonski); Five
         Songs (Lukomska, soprano); Paroles Tissees (Devos, tenor); Trois Poemes d'Henri
         Michaux (Polish Radio Choir, Krakow); Preludes & Fugue for 13 Strings (Polish Ch
         Orch); Livre pour Orchestre; Concerto for Orchestra; Musique Funebre; Venetian Games;
         Symphonic Variations; Postludium #1; Mi Parti. Composer/Polish Radio Orchestra.
         [quad] Electrola 1C165-03 231/36(6). A- to A ............................................................................... 45.00
1178. LYSENKO (Mykola; 1842-1912): Elegie, Rhapsodie #2, Capriccio Elegiaque, Fantasia, 3
         more pieces (all for violin & piano). Toccata, Trois Esquisse, 2 more pieces. Francois
         d'Albert, violin; Catherine Saurer Smith, piano. IKAR OAM-0013. FS ................................... 15.00
1179.*MADERNA: In Memoriam Bruno Maderna: Concerto for Oboe & Chamber Ens (de Vries;
         Vis/Saar Radio Ch Orch); Concerto #3 for Oboe & Orchestra (de Vries;
         Composer/Hilversum Radio Orch); Violin Concerto (Olof; Composer/Saar Radio
         Orch); Juilliard Serenade for 13 Instruments (Vis/Saar Radio Ch Orch). Bvhaast
         032/033(2). A- to A ......................................................................................................................... 24.00
1180.*MAHLER: Symphony # 2. Horne; Neblett; Abbado/CSO & Cho. DGG 2707 094(2). A- to A ....... 16.00
1181.*MAHLER: Symphony # 2. Marton; Norman; Maazel/VPO; VSO Cho. [dig] [demo copy]
         CBS I2M-38667(2). A- to A ........................................................................................................... 16.00
1182.*MAHLER: Symphony # 3. Krooskos; Abravanel/Utah Sym; Cho. Vanguard VCS-
         10072/3(2). A- ................................................................................................................................. 13.00
1183.*MAHLER: Symphony # 8. Harper; Popp; Minton; Watts; Auger; Kollo; Talvela; Shirley-
         Quirk; Solti/CSO; VSO Cho, etc. [TAS 44:169; 47:148] London OSA-1295(2). A-(s/s) ........... 16.00
1184. MARQUIS DE CUEVAS: Musiques des Ballets, Vol 1 - L'Aigrette; L'Oiseau Bleu.
         Cloez/Grand Orch du Marquis de Cuevas (Saison de Paris, 1953-54). [French-only
         notes] London TWV-91048. A--(bit of minor crackle outside grooves) ........................................ 16.00
1185. MARQUIS DE CUEVAS: Musiques des Ballets, Vol 2 - Dona Ines de Castro; L'Ange Gris
         (Suite Bergamasque). Cloez/Grand Orchestre du Marquis de Cuevas (Saison de Paris,
         1953-54). [French-only notes] London TWV-91049. B ................................................................. 10.00
1186.*MARTINO: Fantasies & Impromptus. SESSIONS: Sonata #2. Hodgkinson, pf. New World
         NW-320. FS .................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1187.*MARTINO: Triple Concerto for Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Contrabass Clarinet & Ch Orch.
         BABBITT: Arie da Capo. Sollberger/Group for Contemporary Music. Nonesuch H-
         71372. A- ........................................................................................................................................ 10.00
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1188.*MARTINON: Symphony #2 ("Hymne a la Vie"). DUTILLEUX: Symphony #1.
         Martinon/ORTF. [neat works and terrific performances] Inedits 995 028. A- to A .................... 25.00
1189.*MARTINU: Concerto for Two Pianos (Lejskova; Lejsek; Waldhans/Brno State
         Philharmonic); Piano Concerto #5 ("Fantasia Concertante;" Bilek; Rohan/Prague Sym).
         ProArte PAL-1034. A- ...................................................................................................................... 9.00
1190.*MARTINU: Piano Sonata #1; Etudes & Polkas, Books I-III. Radoslav Kvapil, piano. [DMM]
         Bis LP-234. A- to A ........................................................................................................................ 12.00
1191.*MARTINU: Symphony #3, #4 & #5. Neumann/CPO. [quad] Supraphon 1410-2771/72(2). A- ....... 16.00
1192.*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- ................................................................................................................. 10.00
1193.*MAXWELL DAVIES: Salome (ballet). Furst/Danish Radio Concert Orch. [Swedish
         pressings] EMI 157-39270/2(3). A- to A ........................................................................................ 36.00
1194.*MAXWELL DAVIES: Sinfonia Concertante (1982); Sinfonia (1962). Composer/Scottish
         Chamber Orch. [dig] Kanchana DLP-9058. FS............................................................................ 15.00
1195.*MAXWELL DAVIES: Symphony #3. Downes/BBC Philharmonic. [dig] BBC Atrium
         REGL-560. A- ................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1196.*MELCER (Henryk; 1869-1928): Piano Concerto #2. Rutkowska; Wilkomirski/Warsaw
         National Philharmonic. Muza SX-1788. A- ................................................................................. 12.00
1197.*MERILAINEN (Usko; 1930-2004): Concerto for Double Bass & Percussion (Kasonen, bass;
         Kuisma, percussion). EINOJUHANI RAUTAVAARA (b.1928): Concerto for Double
         Bass & Orchestra, "Angel of Dusk" (Kasonen; Segersatm/Finnish Radio Orch).
         Finlandia FA-339. FS ...................................................................................................................... 15.00
1198.*MERILAINEN (1930 - ) (Usko; 1930-2004): Symphony #3 (Soderblom/Finnish Radio);
         Piano Concerto #2 (Gillespie; Belohlavek/Helsinki Phil). Finlandia FA-305. A- to A(c/c) ........ 12.00
1199.*MESSIAEN: Et Expecto Resurrectionem Mortuorum; Couleurs de la Cite Celeste. Loriod;
         Boulez/Domaine Musical Orch; Percussion de Strasbourg Ens. Col MS-7356. FS................. 12.00
1200.*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- ............................................................................ 10.00
1201. MESSIAEN: Visions de l'Amen. Composer; Loriod, pianos. Dial 8. C(disappointing, but very
         scarce; stopgap?) ............................................................................................................................... 8.00
1202.*MIGNONE (Francisco; 1897-1986): Valsas Brasileiras (25; complete?). Maria Josephina,
         piano. [notes in Portuguese only] Apoio Cultural BNDES 992 544(2). A- .................................... 16.00
1203.*MILHAUD: Clarinet Concerto (Gabai); Suite for Violin & Orchestra (Alberti).
         Lombard/Ensemble Instrumental des Musiciens de l'Opera. [dig] Cybelia DS-451. A-
         to A .................................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1204.*MILHAUD: Le Carnaval de Londres. V.RIETI: Barabau - Suite from the Ballet.
         Fedotov/Leningrad Philharmonic Chamber Orch. Melodiya C-01473-74. A- ........................ 12.00
1205. MILHAUD: Suite Francaise (Composer/NYP). IBERT: Escales (Rodzinski/NYP). [10-inch]
         Col ML-2093. B+ ............................................................................................................................ 12.00
1206.*MILNER (Anthony; b.1925): Symphony #1; Variations for Orchestra. Friend/BBC Sym.
         Hyperion A-66158. A- to A .............................................................................................................. 9.00
1207.*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 ..................................... 13.00
1208. MOROSS (Jerome): Symphony #1. BERNARD HERMANN: Welles Raises Kane. Artists not
         indicated; these are both from radio broadcasts, November 19, 1944 and July 3, 1949,
         respectively. Premiere PR-1202. A--(rather noisy original sources) .............................................. 12.00
1209.*MORTENSEN (Finn): Symphony #1. Jansons/Oslo Philharmonic. Philips 6529 088. A- to A....... 16.00
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1210.*MOSZKOWSKI: Piano Concerto, Op.59 (Stracke/Phil Hungarica); Piano pieces - Caprice
         Espagnol; Etude in F; Etinselles; Venusberg Bacchanale (paraphrase for piano); Danse
         Boheme (after Carmen). Ponti, piano. Candide CE-31030. A- ........................................................ 9.00
1211. MOULAERT (Raymond; 1875-1962): Andante, Fugue & Finale for Four Saxophones.
         MAURICE SCHOEMAKER (b.1890): Suite Champetre for String Trio. GERARD
         BERTOUILLE (b.1898): Prelude & Fugue for Four Saxophones. MARCEL QUINET
         (b.1915): Wind Quintet. Misc Belgian Ensembles. Alpha DB-42. A-(bad tear though
         English notes on back cover) .......................................................................................................... 15.00
1212.*MOZART: Symphonies #25 - #41. Bohm/BPO. [In deluxe oversize box] DGG 2721 007(7).
         A- to A ............................................................................................................................................ 23.00
1213.*MULLER-SIEMENS (Detlev): Variations on a Landler by Franz Schubert
         (Reichert/Ensemble 13); Under Neonlight (Carewe/Basle Radio Orch Members); Piano
         Concerto (Banfield; Kord/SWDR Orch). [DMM] Wergo WER-60 503. A- to A....................... 16.00
1214. NIELSEN: Symphony #3. Frandsen/Danish National Orch. Epic LC-3225. A- .............................. 12.00
1215. NIELSEN: Symphony #4. Grondahl/Danish Radio Orch. [only in print 8/52 - 3/56] RCA
         LHMV-1006. B to B+(surface marks are mostly superficial) .......................................................... 8.00
1216.*NIELSEN: Symphony #4. Bernstein/NYP. Col M-30293. A- ............................................................ 10.00
1217.*NORGAARD (Per): Symphony #2 & #4. Panula/Aarhus Symphony. [DMM] Point PLP-
         5070. A- to A .................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1218.*NYSTROEM (Gosa): Sinfonia Breve. VAGN HOLMBOE: Symphony #10.
         Ehrling/Goteborgs Sym. Caprice CAP-1116. A- ......................................................................... 12.00
1219.*PADEREWSKI: Piano Concerto. LUDOMIR ROZYCKI (1884-1953): Ballade for Piano &
         Orch. Hesse-Bukowska; Krenz/Polish Radio Orch. Muza SX-196. A-- .................................... 12.00
1220.*PADEREWSKI: Piano Music: Tatra Album; Introduction & Toccata; Variations & Fugue;
         Minuet; Sarabande. Rinko Kobayashi. [dig] Muza SX-2509. A- ................................................. 12.00
1221.*PADEREWSKI: Symphony in b, "Polonia." Wodiczko/Pomeranian Philharmonic
         Symphony in Bydgoszcz. Muza SXL-0968. A- ............................................................................ 14.00
1222.*PALMGREN: Piano Pieces (17). Izumi Tateno, piano. EMI 9C063-82448. A- to A(minor
         cover scuffs) .................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1223.*PANUFNIK: Metasinfonia for Organ, Strings & Timpani (Bate; Goedicke; Composer/LSO;
         dig); Universal Prayer (Cantelo; Watts; Stahlman; Mitchinson; Stokowski/Louis Halsey
         Singers). Unicorn - Kanchana DKP-9049. A- to A ........................................................................ 15.00
1224.*PANUFNIK: Sinfonia Sacra; Sinfonia Rustica. Composer/Monte Carlo Opera Orch. [Sacra
         is a powerful work] Unicorn UNS-257. FS .................................................................................... 16.00
1225.*PANUFNIK: Symphony #8 ("Sinfonia Votiva"). SESSIONS: Concerto for Orchestra.
         Ozawa/BSO. [dig] Hyperion A-66050. A- to A(German pressing) ............................................... 12.00
1227.*PENDERECKI: Symphony; Anaklasis. Composer/LSO. Electrola 1C065-1024521. FS .................. 12.00
1228. PERSICHETTI: Serenade #5 for Orchestra. RODRIGO: Cuatro Madrigales Amagorios.
         BERNARD ROGERS: Dance Scenes. Whitney/Louisville Orch. [bl cov; w/notes insert]
         Louisville LOU-606. A- .................................................................................................................. 12.00
1229.*PERSICHETTI: The Hollow Men. Parker, trumpet; Karrenin/Philharmonia Virtuosi of
         New York. GENE GUTCHE: Icarus. Zinman/Rotterdam Philharmonic. Turnabout
         TVS-34705. A-................................................................................................................................ 10.00
1230.*PETERSSON: Symphony #2. Westerberg/Swedish Radio Orch. [German pressing] Swedish
         Society Discofil SLT-33219. A- ..................................................................................................... 12.00
1231.*PETRASSI: Concerti for Orchestra #1 & #8. Pesko/BBC Sym. Italia ITL-70009. A-(notes in
         Italian only) ..................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1232.*PETRASSI: Concerti for Orchestra #2 & #7. Pesko/BBC Sym. Italia ITL-70005. A-(inc
         English notes) .................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1233.*PETRASSI: Concerti for Orchestra #3 ("Recreation Concertante") & #4 (for string orchestra).
         Pesko/Philharmonia Hungarica. Italia ITL-70021. A-(notes in Italian only) ............................. 12.00
1234.*PETRASSI: Concerti for Orchestra #5 & #6 ("Invenzione Concertata"). Pesko/RAI Milano.
         Italia ITL-70076. A-(includes English notes) ................................................................................. 12.00
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1235.*PETTERSSON: Symphony # 5. Kahler/Berliner Sibelius Orch. Bluebell BELL-203. FS .............. 12.00
1236.*PETTERSSON: Symphony # 6. Kamu/Norrkopings Sym. CBS 76553. A-(German pres) .............. 12.00
1237.*PETTERSSON: Symphony # 7. Dorati/Stockholm Phil. London CS-6740. A-(c/c) ......................... 12.00
1238.*PETTERSSON: Symphony # 9. Comissiona/Gotesborg Sym. Phil 6767 951(2). A- to A ................ 16.00
1239.*PETTERSSON: Symphony #10 (Dorati/Swedish Radio Orch). BLOMDAHL: Symphony #2
         (Dorati/Stockholm Philharmonic). Swedish EMI E061-35142. A- ............................................ 16.00
1240.*PFITZNER: Symphony in C, Op.46 (Leitner/BPO). WAGNER: Symphony in C
         (Gerdes/Bamberg Sym). DGG 2543 817. A- to A........................................................................ 12.00
1241. PFITZNER: Symphony in C, Op.46 (BPO); Liebesmelodie aus "Das Herz" (BPO); Three
         Preludes from Palestrina (Staatskapelle Berlin); Das Christ-Elflein Overture
         (Staatskapelle Berlin Members). [All are conducted by the composer; recorded 1931-
         1940; German-only notes] Heliodor 88 014. A- ............................................................................. 19.00
1242.*PIJPER (Willem; 1894-1947): Symphony #1 (Dufallo), #2 (van Driesten) & #3 (Dufallo);
         Six Symphonic Epigrams (Rattle); Cello Concerto (van Staalen; Vis); Violin Concerto
         (Hettema; Vis); Piano Concerto (Bruins; van Driesten); Six Adagios (van Driesten).
         Rotterdam Philharmonic in all. Composers’ Voice 1987/3(2). A- to A ...................................... 25.00
1243.*PILLIN (Boris): Symphony. GUNDARIS PONE: La Serenissima. MARC-ANTONIO
         CONSOLI: Afterimages. STEPHEN SUBER: Symphony - Of Wind and Light.
         Smith/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-783-784(2). A- ................................................................. 20.00
1244.*POOT (Marcel): Piano Concerto (Anschutz; Sternefeld/Belgian National Orch).
         LODEWIJK MORTELMANS (1886-1952): Mythe du Printemps (Gras/Antwerp Phil).
         Brussels Ministry of Culture Cultura 5069-1. A- ........................................................................... 45.00
1245. PORTER (Quincy): Symphony #2. VITTORIO GIANNINI: Divertimento #2.
         Whitney/Louisville Orch. [in blank jacket; includes notes] Louisville LOU-642. A- ................. 12.00
1246.*PURCELL: The Gordian Knot Untied (Incidental Music, Suites #1 & #2). BOYCE:
         Symphony #8. Saidenberg/His Little Symphony. TELEMANN & PERGOLESI - Trio
         Sonatas. Gothem Baroque Ens. American Society for Concerts-in-the-Home SAS 1003.
         A- .................................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1247.*RANGSTROM: Symphony #3 ("Song Under the Stars") (Furst/Helsingborgs Sym); King
         Erik's Songs; Two Songs (Hagegard, baritone; Frandsen/Helsingborgs Sym). Swedish
         EMI 7C061-35774. A- to A ............................................................................................................ 13.00
1248.*READ (Gardner): Symphony #4. MARCEL DICK: Adagio & Rondo. Maazel/CO. [live] CRI
         SD-525. A- ...................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1249.*REGER: Hiller Variations; Ballet Suite. Davis/BVRS. [dig; DMM] Orfeo S-090 841. A- to A .......... 9.00
1250.*REZNICEK: Symphony in D; Violin Concerto in e (Michael Davis). Gordon
         Wright/Philharmonic Hungarica. [dig; DMM] Schwann VMS-2095. A- to A .......................... 12.00
1251. RIEGGER: Symphony #4. ROBERTO GERHARD: Alegrias, Ballet Suite.
         Whitney/Louisville Orch. [blank jacket; includes notes] Louisville LOU-646. A- ..................... 12.00
1252. RIVIER: Symphonies #3 & #5. Tzipine/ORTF. [Deluxe album with dowel spine, like early
         Angels; French-only notes] Pathe DTX-286. A-(#3)/B+(#5) ......................................................... 13.00
1253. ROCHBERG: Symphony #1. RAY LUKE: Symphony #2. Whitney/Louisville Orch. [blank
         jacket; includes notes] Louisville LOU-634. FS ............................................................................. 12.00
1254.*ROREM: Piano Concerto in Six Movements (Jerome Lowenthal, piano). PAUL TUROK:
         Lyric Variations for Oboe & Strings (McAninch, oboe). THOMAS BRICCETTI:
         Overture: The Fountain of Youth. Mester/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-733. A- .................... 12.00
1255. ROSENBERG (Hilding): Symphony #3. Blomstedt/Stockholm Philharmonic. [Jacket says
         mono; disc says stereo; with very young photo of Blomstedt!] Swedish EMI SCLP-1071.
         A- to A ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
1256.*ROSENBERG (Hilding): Symphony #8; Cello Concerto (Karlsson). Westerberg/Swedish
         Radio Orch. Caprice CAP-1283. A- to A ...................................................................................... 12.00
1257.*ROSSEAU (Norbert; 1907-75): Sicilienne for Violin & Piano; Overture for a Comedy;
         Allegories (for Children's Choir & Orch). Devos/Orch. Eufoda 1044. A- .................................... 13.00
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1258. ROZSA: Concert Overture; Three Hungarian Sketches; Theme, Variations & Finale.
         Composer/Frankenland Sym. [mono-only recording, 1957] Varese Sarabande VC-
         81058. A- ........................................................................................................................................ 12.00
1259.*RUSSO: Street Music. GERSHWIN: An American in Paris. Ozawa/SF Sym. [Grand Prix du
         Disque] DGG 2530 788. FS ............................................................................................................ 10.00
1260.*SALLINEN: Concerto for Cello (Noras); Shadows (Prelude for Orch); Symphony #4.
         Kamu/Helsinki Philharmonic. [dig; DMM] Finlandia FAD-346. A- to A .................................. 12.00
1261.*SCHAT (Peter): Symphony #1 (Davis/ACO); Septet, Op.3 (Kerstens/Inst Ens). Composers'
         Voice CV-7901. A- to A ................................................................................................................. 12.00
1262.*SCHICKELE (Peter; b.1935): Pentangle - Five Songs for French Horn & Orchestra (Albrecht,
         horn). JOYCE MEKEEL: Vigil. FRANCIS THORNE: Elegy for Orch. Mester/Louisville
         Orch. Louisville LS-768. A- .......................................................................................................... 12.00
1263.*SCHNITTKE: Violin Concerto #2 (Kremer; Holliger/Basle Sym); Piano Quintet
         (Bashkirova; Kremer; Rabus; Causse; Iwasaki). [dig] Philips 411 107. A- to A ..................... 12.00
1264.*SCHONBERG: Pelleas & Melisande; Variations for Orchestra; Verklarte Nacht. BERG:
         Three Pieces for Orchestra; Three Pieces from the Lyric Suite. WEBERN: Five
         Movements; Six Pieces for Orchestra; Symphony; Passacaglia. Karajan/BPO. DGG 2711
         014(4). A- to A ................................................................................................................................ 30.00
1265.*SCHONBERG: Music of A.S., Vol. 1 - Erwartung (Pilarczyk; Washington Opera Soc
         Orch); Violin Concerto (Baker; CBC Sym); Pierrot Lunaire (Beardsley; Ens);
         Gluckliche Hand (Oliver; Col Sym & Cho); A Survivor from Warsaw (Horton; CBC
         Sym; Cho). Robert Craft conducts all. Col M2S-679(2). A-("2-eyes" labels) ............................ 14.00
1266.*SCRIABIN: Symphony #1. Soloists; Svetlanov/USSR Sym; Cho. Mel-Angel SR-40113. A- ............ 9.00
1267. SEARLE: Symphony #1 (Boult/LPO). SEIBER: Viola Elegy (Aronowitz; Composer/LPO);
         3 Fragments from Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Pears; Composer/Melos Ens;
         Dorian Singers). London CM-9265. A-......................................................................................... 12.00
1268.*SEROCKI (Kazimierz; 1922-81): Musica Concertante; Segmenti for Ch Orch; Episoden for
         Strings and Three Percussion Groups; Symphonische Fresken. Krenz/Polish Radio Orch.
         [notes in German only] Wergo WER-60018. A- ............................................................................ 12.00
1269.*SESSIONS: Symphony #7; Divertimento for Orchestra. Leonard/Louisville Orch. Louisville
         LS-776. A- ...................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1270.*SESSIONS: Symphony #8; Rhapsody. MUSGRAVE: Night Music for 2 Horns & Orch
         (Tuckwell & Chidall). RIEGGER: Dichotomy. Prausnitz/NPO(Sessions); London
         Sinfonia (rest). Argo ZRG-702. A-(c/c) ......................................................................................... 16.00
1271.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Gadfly Suite. E.Khachaturian/Cinematic Symphony Orch. [inc
         typewritten English notes; liner in Cyrillic only] Melodiya 33C-0123-4. A--(writing on
         back cover - English translations) ................................................................................................... 12.00
1272.*SORABJI: La Jardin Parfume; Nocturne; Pastiche: Chopin's Valse; Pastiche: Rimsky-
         Korsakoff - Hinu - Hindu Merchant's Song. Habermann, piano. Musicmasters MM-
         20019. A- ........................................................................................................................................ 16.00
1273.*SORABJU (Kaikhosru Shapurji; 1892-1988): Opus Clavecembalisticum (complete). Geoffrey
         Madge, piano. [Live; Holland Festival, 1982; only the second complete performance ever
         of the work (first was by composer in 1930)] Royal Conservatory RCS 4-800(4). A-(brief
         light ticks, start side 2) .................................................................................................................... 40.00
1274.*SOWANDE (Fela; b.1905): Music from African Suite. GEORGE WALKER (b.1922): Lyric
         for Strings. WILLIAM GRANT STILL (b.1895): Sahdji. Freeman/LSO. [Black
         Composers Series, Vol.7] Col M-33433. A-(c/c; cover demo timing sticker) ................................. 9.00
1275.*STERNEFELD (Daniel): Symphony. Composer/Belgian National Orch. Brussels Ministry
         of Culture Cultura 5067-5. A- ......................................................................................................... 25.00
1276.*STOCKHAUSEN: Mantra. Alfons & Aloys Kontarsky, piano. DGG 2530 208. A- to A................. 16.00
1277.*SVENDSEN: Polonaise #2; Two Icelandic Melodies; Andante Funebre; Carnival in Paris;
         Romance for Violin & Orchestra (Hansen). Fjeldstad & Ingebretsen/Oslo Phil. Norsk
         Kulturrads Klassikerserie NKF 30028. A- ...................................................................................... 15.00
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1278.*TCHEREPNIN (Alexander): Piano Concerto #5. ARENSKY: Fantasy on Russian Themes for
         Piano & Orchestra. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Piano Concerto. Wang Gi In;
         Stoll/Rheinische Philharmonie. [German-only notes] RBM 3016. A- to A .................................. 9.00
1279.*TCHEREPNIN (Alexander): Symphonic Prayer. BORODIN: Symphony #3. GLAZUNOV:
         Stenka Razin. Neidlinger/Nurnberger Symphoniker. Colosseum SM-543. A- .......................... 13.00
1280. TCHEREPNIN (Alexander): Symphony #2. RICHARD MOHAUPT (1904-57): Town Piper
         Music. Whitney/Louisville Orch. [blank jacket; includes notes] Louisville LOU-645. A- ......... 12.00
1281.*TIPPETT: Shires Suite (Fletcher/Leicestershire Chorale). DOUGLAS YOUNG (b.1947):
         Virages - Region One (de Saram, cello; Composer conducts). Leicestershire Schools
         Sym. Unicorn UNS-267. A- to A ..................................................................................................... 9.00
1282.*TIPPETT: Symphony #2; The Weeping Babe (Cantelo, soprano); Sonata for Four Horns.
         Davis/LSO; Barry Tuckwell Horn Quartet. Argo ZRG-535. A- to A ....................................... 16.00
1283.*TIPPETT: Symphony #4; Suite for the Birthday of Prince Charles. Solti/CSO. [dig; nice cover
         photo of Tippett & Solti, who gave the symphony's premiere w/CSO] London LDR-71046.
         A-(Dutch pressing; minor cover damage) ....................................................................................... 10.00
1284.*TIPPETT: Triple Concerto, for Violin, Viola, Cello & Orch. Pauk; Imai; Kirschbaum;
         Davis/LSO. [dig] Philips 6514 209. A- to A .................................................................................. 10.00
1285.*TOWER (Joan): Platinum Spirals (Smirnoff, violin); Wings (Flax, clarinet); Amazon (Da
         Capo Chamber Players); Noon Dance (Collage Ens). CRI SD-517. FS ..................................... 12.00
1286.*TUBIN: Symphony #4. Jarvi/Musikselskabet "Harmonien," Bergen. [DMM] Bis LP-227.
         A- to A ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
1287.*TUBIN: Symphony #7; Estonian Dance Suite; Music for Strings. Frank/Helsingborgs Sym.
         Big Ben 601-851-002. A-................................................................................................................ 12.00
1288.*TUBIN: Symphony #9; Estonian Dance Suite. Jarvi/Gothenburg Sym. [DMM] Bis LP-264.
         A- to A ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
1289.*TUBIN: Violin Concerto #1; Suite on Estonian Dances for Violin & Orchestra (Lubotsky);
         Prelude Solennel. Jarvi/Gothenburg Sym. [dig] Bis LP-286. A- to A ......................................... 12.00
1290.*TURINA: Danzas Gitanas. BENJAMIN LEES: Symphony #3. Mester/Louisville. Louisville
         LS-752. A- ...................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1291.*TURINA: Sinfonia Sevillana; Rapsodia Sinfonica; Danzas Fantasticas. Batiz/LPO. [dig] Ang
         DS-37950. A- .................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1292.*VAN KEULEN (Geert): Violin Concerto (Beths; Composer/Omroep Orch); Scena
         (Porcelijn/Radio Philharmonic Orch & Cho). Composers' Voice 8401. A- to A ...................... 12.00
1293.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Symphony #5; Wasps Overture. Previn/LSO. RCA LSC-3244. A- ........ 10.00
1294.*VERMEULEN: Complete Works, Vol 3: Symphony #6 (Vis/Rotterdam Phil); Cello Sonatas
         #1 & #23 (Bijlsma; de Leeuw, piano); String Trio (Beths; Kussmaul; Bijlsma; plus
         several songs. Composers' Voice 8384/3(2). A- to A ..................................................................... 18.00
1295.*VILLA-LOBOS: Concerto for Piano #1. Moreira-Lima; Fedoseyev/Moscow Radio Orch.
         Melodiya 33C10-08167-68. A- ......................................................................................................... 9.00
1296.*VIVALDI: EDIZIONI VIVALDI 2: "L'Estro Armonico," Op.3 (12 concerti); "La
         Stravaganza," Op.4 (12 concerti); "La Cetra," Op.9 (12 concerti); Six Concerti, Op.6; Ayo;
         Michelucci; Carmirelli; I Musici. [Spanish-only notes] Philips 6768 057(9). A- to A ............... 23.00
1297.*VON BOSE (Hans-Jurgen): Die Nacht aus Blei (Bamert/SWDR Orch); Sappho-Gesange
         (Himmelheber, mezzo; Eotvos/Ensemble Modern). [DMM] Wergo WER-60 109. FS............. 16.00
1298.*WAGNER: American Centennial March; Huldigungsmarsch; Kaisermarsch; Overtures to Die
         Feen & Das Liebesverbot. Janowski/LSO. Angel S-36879. A- ...................................................... 9.00
1299.*WALTON: Capriccio Burlesco; Facade Suite #1; Johannesburg Festival Overture. BRITTEN:
         Soirees Musicales. Kostelanetz/Orch. [Capriccio dedicated to Kostelanetz] British CBS
         61365. A- ........................................................................................................................................ 13.00
1300. WALTON: Symphony #1 (here just identified as "Symphony in B Flat Minor," since this
         record was issued before the composition of the second symphony). Composer/PO. EMI
         ALP-1027. A-(lovely copy!) ........................................................................................................... 25.00
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1301.*WALTON: Symphony #2; Variations on a Theme of Hindemith. Szell/CO. Ody Y-33519. A- .......... 8.00
1302.*WEINER (Leo): Czongor and Tunde Suite; Hungarian Folk Dance Suite. Bretner/Hungarian
        Radio Orch; Budapest Phil. Hungaroton SLPX-11526. A- ......................................................... 10.00
1303.*WELCHER (Dan): The Visions of Merlin. ROBERT XAVIER RODRIGUEZ: Favola
        Boccaccesca. Louisville Orchestra conducted by Endo (in Merlin) & Smith (in Favola).
        Louisville LS-793. A- ..................................................................................................................... 12.00
1304.*WILLIAMS (Grace): Symphony #2; Ballads for Orchestra. Handley/BBC Welsh Symphony.
        BBC REGL-381. FS ....................................................................................................................... 12.00
1305.*WILLIAMS (Grace): Trumpet Concerto (Snell); Carillons for Oboe & Orchestra (Camden);
        Fairest of Stars (Janet Price, soprano); Fantasia on Welsh Nursery Tunes. Groves/LSO.
        Oriel ORM-1005. A- ....................................................................................................................... 20.00
1306.*WOLF: Penthesilea (Gerdes/Vienna Sym). PFITZNER: Three Preludes from Palestrina
        (Leitner/BPO). DGG 2543 822. A- to A ....................................................................................... 10.00
1307.*WUORINEN: Tuba Concerto (Brainard; Composer/Group for Contemporary Music).
        GLENN LIEBERMAN: Dialectic (New Music Consort); Music for Ten Stringed
        Instruments (New York String Ensemble). CRI SD-491. FS ....................................................... 12.00
1308.*YSAYE (Eugene): Extase: Poem #5 for Violin & Orchestra. JEAN ABSIL: Romanian
        Rhapsody for Violin & Orchestra. VICTOR LEGLEY: Violin Concerto #2. Gertler;
        Huybrechts/Belgian National Orch. Brussels Ministry of Culture Cultura 5069-10. A- ............ 25.00
1309.*YUN (Isang; 1917-95): Violin Concerto. Tatsumi, violin; Macal/Frankfurt Radio Orch.
        [Live, 1982; includes insert with English notes] Camerata CMT-4004. A- to A ........................... 16.00
1310.*ZELENSKI (Wladyslaw; 1837-1921): Piano Music: Theme Varie; Reverie; Idylle; Grand
        Scherzo; Masurek; Moments d'un Carnaval. Jozef Stompel. [dig] Muza SX-2510. A- ................ 12.00
LP's: Chamber Music
1311.*A WILLIAMSBURG CANDLELIGHT: CONCERT AT THE GOVERNOR'S PALACE.
         Works of G.G.Ferrari, Purcel, Avison, Hasse, Handel & Corelli. McMurran, piano;
         String Quintet. Williamsburg WS-100. A- ................................................................................... 12.00
1312.*ALWYN (William): Rhapsody for Piano Quartet; String Trio; String Quartet #3. Willison,
         piano; Quartet of London. [dig] Chandos ABRD-1153. FS ......................................................... 12.00
1313.*ARNOLD: Quintet for Two Trumpets, Horn, Trombone & Tuba. LEONARD SALZEDO:
         Divertimento. STEPHEN DODGSON: Suite for Brass Septet. VICTOR EWALD:
         Symphony for Brass. Philip Jones Brass Ens. Argo ZRG-655. A- .............................................. 12.00
1314.*ARNOLD: Chamber Music, Vol. 1: Violin Sonatas #1 & #2; Viola Sonata; Five Pieces for
         Violin & Piano; Duo for Two Cellos; Piano Trio, Op.54. Nash Ensemble. [German Teldec
         pressing; DMM] Hyperion A-66171. A- to A ................................................................................ 15.00
1315.*ARNOLD: Chamber Music, Vol. 2: Fantasies (Op.86 - Op.90), respectively for Bassoon,
         Clarinet, Horn, Flute & Oboe; Sonatinas for Flute (Op.19), Oboe (Op.28), Clarinet
         (Op.29), Recorder (Op.41); Trio for Flute, Viola & Bassoon. Nash Ensemble. [German
         Teldec pressing; DMM] Hyperion A-66172. FS ............................................................................ 15.00
1316.*ARNOLD: Chamber Music, Vol. 3: Three Shanties for Wind Quintet; Flute Sonata; Duo for
         Flute & Viola; Quintet for Flute, Violin, Viola, Horn & Bassoon; Divertimento for Flute,
         Oboe & Clarinet; Oboe Quartet. Nash Ensemble. [German Teldec pressing; DMM]
         Hyperion A-66173. FS .................................................................................................................... 15.00
1317.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet #16; Grosse Fuge. Yale Quartet (Erle; Aki; Trampler; Parisot).
         Vanguard VCS-10097. A-................................................................................................................. 9.00
1318.*BEETHOVEN: Sonatas for Violin & Piano (complete). Perlman; Ashkenazy. London CSA-
         2501(5). A- ...................................................................................................................................... 25.00
1319.*BERGMAN (Erik; 1911-2006): String Quartet, Op.98. KALEVI AHO (b.1949): String
         Quartet #3. The Jean Sibelius Quartet. [dig; DMM] Finlandia FAD-348. FS ............................ 12.00
1320. BLOCH: Piano Quintet. Johana Harris; Walden String Quartet. [Johana Harris was Roy
         Harris' wife] MGM E-3239. A--(original jacket) ............................................................................ 18.00
LP's : Chamber Music - continued
1321.*BOCCHERINI: Quartets Op.6, #1 + #3; Op.58, #2. Quarettto Italiano. Philips 9500 305. A-
         to A .................................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1322. BRAHMS: Piano Quintet, Op.34. Richter; Borodin Quartet. MK 1516. A- ..................................... 10.00
1323.*BRAHMS: The Three Piano Quartets. SCHUMANN: Piano Quintet, Op.44. Rubinstein;
         Guarneri Quartet. RCA LSC-6188(3). A- ................................................................................... 23.00
1324.*BRUCKNER: Quartet in c; Intermezzo for String Quartet; String Quintet in F. Schmid;
         Keller Quartet. MHS 1363/64(2). A- ............................................................................................ 13.00
1325. CASALS FESTIVAL AT PRADES: Third Series: BRAHMS - Piano Quartet #3 (Hess;
         Szigeti; Katims; Tortelier); String Quintet #2 (Stern; Schneider; Katims; Thomas;
         Tortelier); String Sextet #1 (Stern; Schneider; Katims; Thomas; Casals; Foley).
         SCHUMANN - Piano Quintet, Op.44 (Hess; Stern; Schneider; Thomas; Tortelier).
         [original oversized album in fine condition with only very minor wear] Col SL-182(3).
         B+(occasional spots B) ................................................................................................................... 50.00
1326.*CHERUBINI: The String Quartets (6). Melos Quartet, Stuttgart. Archiv 2723 044(3). A- to
         A ...................................................................................................................................................... 18.00
1327.*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) ............................................ 13.00
1328.*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- ............................................................................................................................................ 13.00
1329.*DOHNANYI: Quartet #2. PROKOFIEV: Quartet #2. Chicago Symphony String Quartet:
         Victor Aitay; Edgar Muenzer; Milton Preves; Frank Miller. [AUTOGRAPHED in ink on
         front coever by all four musicians; Aitay, Preves & Miller were CSO principals for
         decades] Corde 101. A-(autograph) ................................................................................................ 50.00
1330.*DUTILLEUX: Ainsi la Nuit for String Quartet. LIGETI: Metamorphoses Nocturnes (Quartet
         #1). Quatuor Via Nova. Erato STU-71546. FS ............................................................................. 12.00
1331.*FINZI: Interlude for Oboe & Quartet; Prelude & Fugue. MICHAEL BERKELEY (b.1948):
         Three Moods for Unaccompanied Oboe; String Quartet; String Trio. Amphion Quartet.
         Hyperion A-66109. A- .................................................................................................................... 12.00
1332.*FOULDS (John; 1880-1939): Quartetto Intimo; Lento Quieto; Aquarelles. Endellion Quartet.
         Pearl SHE-564. A- .......................................................................................................................... 12.00
1333.*HAYDN: Quartets (29). Pro Arte Quartet. [recorded 1931-38; LP transfers by Keith
         Hardwich] French (References) EMI 2906043(8). A- to A ............................................................ 45.00
1334. HAYDN: The Seven Last Words of Christ. Amadeus Quartet. West XWN-18055. A- ...................... 9.00
1335. HEIFETZ/RUBINSTEIN/FEUERMANN: Trios by Brahms (Op.8), Beethoven ("Archduke")
         & Schubert (Op.99). [Recorded September 11-13, 1941] RCA LM-7025(2). A-(late
         pressings) ........................................................................................................................................ 24.00
1336.*HINDEMITH: Kammermusiken #1 - #7. Reichert/Ensemble 13, Baden-Baden. [German-
         only booklet, but photocophy of English notes also included] Harmonia Mundi 1C165-
         99721/23(3). A- to A ....................................................................................................................... 25.00
1337.*HINDEMITH: Quartets Op.16 & Op.22. Kreuzberger Quartet. Telefunken 6.42077. A- ............... 12.00
1338.*HONEGGER: Quartet #1, #2 & #3. Quatuor de Geneve. [dig] Erato NUM-75101. A- to
         A……. 12.00
1339.*HUSA (Karel): Quartet #1. PRIAULX RAINER: Quartet for Strings. Alard Quartet.
         Leonarda 117. A- ............................................................................................................................ 12.00
1340. LM-2186: BEETHOVEN - Trios Op.9, #1 & #3. Heifetz; Primrose; Piatagorsky. [PD;
         3S/4S] A-........................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1341.*MARTINU: Nonet; Trio in F for Flute, Cello & Piano; La Revue de Cuisine. Dartinton
         Ensemble. [DMM] Hyperion A-66084. A- to A ............................................................................ 12.00
1342.*MARTINU: Quartet #5 & #7 ("Concerto da Camera"). Panocha Quartet. Supraphon 111
         2675. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1343.*MATTHEWS (Colin): Divertimento for Double String Quartet; Oboe Quartet; Triptych for
         Piano Quintet. Divertimenti Ens. Auracle AUC-1007. FS............................................................ 12.00
LP's : Chamber Music - continued
1344.*MUSIC FOR OBOE & PIANO: Sonatas by HERBERT HOWELLS (1892-1983) &
         EDMUND RUBBRA (1901-86); HAMILTON HARTY - Three Pieces. Francis, oboe;
         Dickinson, pf. Hyperion A-66206. FS ........................................................................................... 12.00
1345.*PISTON: String Quartet #1 & #2. Portland Quartet. Northeastern NR-216. A- to
         A(unusually fine pressing for U.S.!) ............................................................................................... 12.00
1346.*PISTON: String Quartet #3 & #4. Portland Quartet. Northeastern NR-214. A- to A(superb
         pressing!) ......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1347.*PISTON: String Quartet #5; Quintet for Flute & String Quartet (Doriot Anthony Dwyer).
         Portland Quartet. Northeastern NR-208. FS ................................................................................ 15.00
1348.*RAVEL: Trio for Violin, Cello & Piano (J.Laredo; Solow; R.Laredo); Sonata for Violin &
         Cello (J.Laredo; Parnas). Col M-33529. A-(demo copy) ............................................................ 12.00
1349.*SATIE: Sports et Divertissements; Choses vues a droit et a gauche. THOMAS BENJAMIN:
         Entertainments; Aperatif. deLecluse, (narrator in Sports); Mirecourt Trio. TYR Records
         TRC-111. A- ................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1350. SCHMITT (Florent): String Quartet, Op.112 (French Broadcasting System Quartet); "De
         Vives Voix" (Kreder/Womens' Chorus). [Radio Station discs in blank jackets; Programs
         #571 & #572; April 1962] French Broadcasting System 571/572(2). A- ....................................... 19.00
1351. SCHUBERT: Quartets, Vol. 3: #6 & #7. Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet. West XWN-18474.
         B- ....................................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1352.*SCHUBERT: Quintet, Op.114 ("Trout"). Serkin; Laredo; Naegele; Parnas; Levine. Col
         MS-7067. A- ..................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1353. SCHUBERT: Violin Sonata in a (Alexander Schneider; Horszowski). MOZART: Piano
         Quartet, K.493 (Istomin; Stern; Katims; Mischa Schneider). Col ML-5237. A--("6-
         eyes" labels) .................................................................................................................................... 18.00
1354.*SIMPSON (Robert): Quartets # 7 & #8. Delme Quartet. Hyperion A-66117. A- to A ...................... 10.00
1355.*SIMPSON (Robert; b.1921): Quartet #9. Delme Quartet. [DMM] Hyperion A-66127. FS............... 12.00
1356.*SOMERS (Harry): Quartet #3. BARBARA PENTLAND: Quartet #4. Purcell Quartet. [dig]
         Centrediscs WRC1-2429. FS .......................................................................................................... 12.00
1357.*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-.................................................................................................................. 13.00
1358.*WYNNE (David; 1900-83): String Quartet #5 (Delme Quartet); Music for Keyboards &
         Percussion (Jones; McMahon; Tristan Fry; Skinner). Oriel ORM-1006. A- ............................ 12.00
LP's: Violinists
1359.*ACCARDO: Paganini - The Six Concerti. Dutoit/LPO. DGG 2740 121(5). A- to A(c/c; a
         little writing on box cover).............................................................................................................. 32.00
1360. BARCHET: Torelli - Twelve Concerti, Op. 12. Beh, violin; Elsner, harpsichord;
         Reinhardt/Pro Musica String Orch, Stuttgart. [Discs have a few small, lgt marks, but a
         superior copy of a very fine pressing of this rarity; faux-leather, oversized album is in mint
         condition] Vox DL-113(3). A--....................................................................................................... 65.00
1361. BARINOVA (Halina): Karlowicz Concerto (Kondrashin/National Philharmonic; 1st
         recording?) OISTRAKH: Szymanowski Sonata in d, Op.9 (Yampolsky, piano).
         Colosseum CRLP-190. B+ .............................................................................................................. 16.00
1362. BIFFOLI: Tartini - Six Concerti, Op.2. Eckertsen/I Musici Virtuosi di Milano. [Limited
         Edition of 500; discs have few lgt marks, but a first-class copy of fine pressing for the era;
         slipcase a bit scuffed & stained, but has protected the oversized inside velvety album very
         nicely except for worn spine] Vox DL-373(3). A-- ........................................................................ 50.00
1363.*CAMPOLI: Tchaikovsky Concerto. Argenta/LSO. [scarce disc; but the original on CS-6011
         is a lot scarcer!] London STS-15263. A- ........................................................................................ 19.00
1364. ERDENKO: Short pieces by Bach(3), Chopin, Szymanowski, Dvorak, Cui(2), Alyabiev,
         Glazunov, Erdenko & Brahms. Goltser; E.Erdenko, piano. [rec 1926-34; Russian-only
         notes] Melodiya M10-48217. A- .................................................................................................... 13.00
LP's : Violinists - continued
1365. ERDENKO: Short pieces by Kreisler(5), Milandre, Alyabiev, Tchaikovsky(2), Schubert,
         Hubay & Brahms. E.Erdenko, piano. [recorded 1914; Russian-only notes] Melodiya M10-
         48215. A- ........................................................................................................................................ 15.00
1366.*GARAM (Lamos): Finnish Music for Violin & Piano by Sibelius(4), Rautavaara, Sallinen,
         Toivo Kuula, Einar Englund, Leevi Madetoja(2), Erkki Melartin & Erkki Salmenhaara.
         Viitasalo, piano. Finnish RCA PL-40058. A-(timings written in ink on back cover) .................... 16.00
1367. GAWRILOFF: Mozart - Haffner Serenade. Julius Patzak/Hamburg Chamber Orch. [notes
         in German only; did Patzak make any other recordings as a conductor???] MMS 2106. A- ......... 16.00
1368. GERTLER: Berg Concerto (Kletzki/PO). Bartok - Solo Sonata. Angel 35091. A-(early US red
         labels) .............................................................................................................................................. 13.00
1369.*GRUENBERG: Kreisler - Concerto in C (Vivaldi-Kreisler); ten more short works.
         Howarth/NPO. [Gruenberg was concertmaster of the LSO and later the RPO] Decca PFS-
         4423. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1370. HEIFETZ: Short works of Samuel Gardner, Robert Russell Bennett, Susan Dyer, Victor
         Herbert, Gershwin(9) & Arthur Benjamin. Bay & Kaye, pianists. Decca DL-9760. A--(a
         few tks beg sds, then OK) ............................................................................................................... 18.00
1371. HEIFETZ: Walton Concerto (Composer/PO). Castelnuovo-Tedesco Concerto #2
         (Wallenstein/LAPO). RCA LM-2740. A-(SD labels; 1S/1S stampers) ........................................ 11.00
      HEIFETZ: See also #654, 667, 672-3, 675-7, 694, 709, 712, 717, 743, 752, 815, 818, 856, 880,
                  883, 905, 907, 917, 940, 1335, 1340.
1372.*ILMER (Irving; playing violin & viola): VILLA-LOBOS - Duo for Violin & Cello. HAYDN -
         Duet for Violin & Cello. PISTON - Duet for Viola & Cello. BEETHOVEN - Duet "With
         Two Eyeglasses Obligato." HINDEMITH - Duet. Leopold Teraspulsky, cello. Coronet
         1715. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1373.*JENSON (Dylana): Sibelius Concerto. Saint-Saens - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso.
         Ormandy/Phila. [dig] RCA ATC1-3972. A- ................................................................................ 10.00
      KREISLER: See also #659, 696, 737, 902, 1469.
1374.*KREMER: Schnittke - Concerto Grosso for Two Violins, Strings, Harpsichord & Prepared
         Piano (Gridenko). Sibelius Concerto. Rozhdestvensky/LSO. [quad] Eurodisc SQ-25099.
         A- to A ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
1375. KULENKAMPFF: Sibelius Concerto. Furtwangler/BPO (who also play En Saga). [Concert
         performances; February 1943] Melodiya M10-45909 004. A-....................................................... 16.00
1376. MILSTEIN: Brahms Concerto. Steinberg/Pittsburgh Sym. Capitol P-8271. A--(occ lgt tks) ........... 12.00
1377.*MILSTEIN: Concerti of Tchaikovsky (Steinberg/Pittsburgh Sym), Brahms (Fistoulari/PO),
         and Beethoven (Leinsdorf/PO). [scratch ticks 6 times, beg mvt 2 of Beethoven (before
         violin); brief rumble, beg Tchaikovsky] [blue labels] Angel SCB-3712(3). A-(but see
         preceding)........................................................................................................................................ 19.00
1378. MILSTEIN: Dvorak Concerto. Dorati/Mpls. [fine copy of very scarce disc with a three flaws:
         two 1/4-inch patches of light/moderate scratches, late movement 2; another moderate 1/4-
         inch patch, middle of movement 3] [early labels] RCA LM-1147. A--(but see preceding) ........... 35.00
1379.*MILSTEIN: Music of Old Russia: Works of Rachmaninoff (Vocalise); Moussorgsky/Kreisler;
         Glazounov; Tchaikovsky; Tchaikovsky/Glazounov(2); Rimsky-Korsakov/Kreisler.
         Irving/Orch. [blue labels] Angel S-36002. A-(a little crackle at start of side 2) ........................... 20.00
1380. MILSTEIN: Prokofiev 1st Concerto. Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Golschmann/St. Louis
         Sym. Cap P-8303. A--/B+............................................................................................................... 12.00
1381. MILSTEIN: Tchaikovsky Concerto. Munch/BSO. [Recorded March 29, 1953] [this copy has
         some evil-appearing marks on side one, but having just listened through the whole disc -
         and what a terrific performance! - there are only a handful if ticks which intrude in an
         otherwise-excellent surface] RCA LM-1760. A--(see preceding comments) ................................ 25.00
1382. MORINI: Brahms Concerto. Rodzinski/PSOL. West XWN-18600. B+(looks pristine; slightly
         prickly pressing) .............................................................................................................................. 16.00
LP's : Violinists - continued
1383. OISTRAKH (David & Igor): Benda - Trio Sonata for 2 Violins & Continuo. Handel - Sonata in
         g, Op.2, #7, for Two Violins & Continuo. Yampolsky, piano. [10-in; British press; tulip
         labels] DGG 16136. B++ ................................................................................................................ 18.00
1384.*OISTRAKH (Igor): Paganini - Eight Caprices from Op.1; five more pieces (All with
         Zertsalova, piano). Saint-Saens - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso; Havanaise.
         Chausson - Poeme. Ravel - Tzigane. (All with Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch.
         [some amazing fiddling here!] MHS 824311(2). A-......................................................................... 9.00
1385. OISTRAKH: Dvorak Concerto. Kondrashin/USSR State Orch. Van VRS-6016. A- to B+ ............. 12.00
1386. OISTRAKH: Khachaturian Concerto. Composer/PO. Angel 35244. A-(early U.S red labels)........... 11.00
1387. OISTRAKH: Prokofiev 1st & Bruch Concerti. Von Matacic/LSO. Angel 35243. A- ........................ 18.00
1388.*OISTRAKH: Shostakovich Concerto #1. Maksim Shostakovich/NPO. [spellbinding!] Angel
         S-36964. A- ..................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1389. OLEVSKY: Scarlatti - Sonatas #1-#8. Valenti, harpsichord. West XWN-18113. A-- ........................ 23.00
1390.*OLEVSKY: Vivaldi - The Four Seasons. Scherchen/VSOO. Music for Pleasure MFP-2118.
         A- .................................................................................................................................................... 19.00
1391.*PERLMAN: Mozart - The Five Concerti; Adagio, K.261; Rondos, K.261a & K.373.
         Levine/VPO. [dig] DGG R21-5506(3). A- to A(c/c) ..................................................................... 20.00
1392.*PERLMAN: Paganini Concerto #1. Sarasate - Carmen Fantasy. Foster/RPO. Angel S-36836.
         FS .................................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1393.*QUEEN ELIZABETH OF BELGIUM: INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION:
         VIOLIN - 1985. Nai Yuan Hu (Taiwan; 1st Prize): Elgar Concerto; Jean-Marie Simonis -
         Cantilene for Violin & Orchestra. Ik-Hwan Bae (USA; 2nd Prize): Brahms Concerto.
         Henry Raudales (Guatemala; 3rd Prize): Wienawski Concerto #1. All accompanied by
         Georges Octors/Belgian National Orchestra. [Very nice booklet has detailed
         information about all twelve of the prize winners] Phonic S.A. Belgium 1980 080/2(3). A-
         to A .................................................................................................................................................. 45.00
1394. RABIN: Paganini (#1) & Glazounov Concerti. Matacic/PO. Angel 35259. A--/A- ............................ 25.00
1395. RENARDY: Brahms Concerto. Munch/ACO. [Scarce! Sorry I cannot offer a copy in better
         condition] London LLP-1. B/B-...................................................................................................... 14.00
1396. RICCI: Paganini - Caprices #13-#24. London LLP-252. B(looks worse, but marks are
         superficial)....................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1397. SZIGETI: Bartok - Contrasts (Composer, piano; Goodman, clarinet); Rhapsody #1
         (Composer, piano); Portrait #1 (Lambert/PO). [10-inch] Col ML-2213. B to B- ....................... 12.00
1398. SZIGETI: Prokofiev - Sonata for Solo Violin; Five Melodies for Violin & Piano. Ravel -
         Sonata. Hindemith - Sonata #3. Bussotti, piano (in all but Prokofiev solo). Col ML-5178.
         B("6-eyes" labels) ........................................................................................................................... 12.00
1399.*WEISS (Sidney): Walton & Elgar Sonatas. Jeanne Weiss, piano. Unicorn RHS-341. A- ................... 9.00
LP's: Harpsichord
1400. LANDOWSKA: Landowska Plays for Paderewski - A Musical Tribute. Works by Diomedes
         Cato, Jacob le Polonais, Chopin, Landowska(2), Francois Couperin, Rameau & Michael
         Oginski(2); also Three 17th-Century Polish Dances. [recorded March-May, 1951] RCA
         LM-1186. B/B+ ............................................................................................................................... 12.00
     LANDOWSKA: See also #682, 715, 732, 775, 853, 870 & 881.
1401.*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 .............................. 18.00
LP's: Cellists
1402. CASALS: Elgar Concerto (Boult/BBC Sym). Bruch - Kol Nidrei (Ronald/LSO). Solo pieces
         by Beethoven, Schumann & Haydn. [recorded in 1930's] World Record Club SH-121. A- .......... 20.00
       CASALS: See also #258, 659, 680, 681, 697, 701, 736, 895 &1325.
       FEUERMANN: See also #672, 673, 675-7, 743, 752, 1335.
1403.*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) ..................................................................................................................................... 18.00
1404. JANIGRO: Shostakovich & Prokofiev Sonatas. Wollmann, piano. West XWN-18791. A- ............... 13.00
1405.*PALM: LIGETI - Cello Concerto (Gielen/Hessian Radio Orch). PENDERECKI - Sonata for
         Cello & Orchestra (Markowski/Poznan Phil). WEBERN - Three Pieces for Cello &
         Piano. Sonatas for unaccompannied cello by HINDEMITH & ZIMMERMANN. Wergo
         WER-60036. A- to A ...................................................................................................................... 16.00
1406. PIATIGORSKY: Saint-Saens Concerto #1 (Reiner/RCA Victor Sym). Cello Encores by
         Saint-Saens, Schubert, Tchaikovsky, Weber, Rubinstein & Granados. [early labels] RCA
         LM-1187. A--(very slight jacket scuffs) ......................................................................................... 32.00
1407. ROSE: Tchaikovsky - Rococo Variations. Szell/NYP, who also play Oberon & Freischutz
         Overtures. Col GB-1. A--(burgundy "6-eyes" labels) ..................................................................... 12.00
1408.*SOYER (David): Mendelssohn Sonatas #1 & #2. Wingreen, piano. [very young photo of
         Soyer (and Wingreen) on cover; later, of course, very well-known as member of Guarneri
         Quartet] Monitor MCS-2045. A- .................................................................................................... 14.00
1409. STARKER: Mennin Concerto. Mester/Louisville Orch, who also play Honegger's Prelude to
         "Aglavaine et Selysette." Louisville LOU-693. A- ......................................................................... 12.00
1410.*WEBBER: Delius Concerto. Holst - Invocation. Vaughan Williams - Fantasia on Sussex Folk
         Tunes. Handley/PO. [dig; German pressing] British RCA RL-70800. A- to A ............................ 12.00
1411.*WEBBER: Peter Racine Fricker & Lennox Berkeley - Sonatas for Cello & Piano. John
         McCabe - Partita for Solo Cello. Martin Dalby - Variations for Cello & Piano. McCabe,
         piano. Oiseau-Lyre DSLO-18. A- ................................................................................................... 20.00
1412.*WEBBER: Victor Herbert - Concerto #2. Sir Arthur Sullivan - Concerto in D (1st recording).
         Mackerras/LSO. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38318. A- to A(c/c) ..................................................... 10.00
LP's: Violists
1413.*IMAI: Berlioz - Harold in Italy. Davis/LSO. Philips 9500 026. FS ...................................................... 5.00
1414.*MCINNES: Berlioz - Harold in Italy. Bernstein/ORTF. [quad] Angel S-37413. A-(c/c) .................... 8.00
1415. 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+ ............................... 18.00
1416. PRIMROSE: Brahms Sonata #1 & #2, Op.120. Firkusny, piano. Capitol P-8478. A- to B+(occ
         lgt tks) ............................................................................................................................................. 24.00
1417. PRIMROSE: Walton Concerto (Sargent/RPO). Hindemith - Der Schwanendreher
         (Pritchard/Col Ch Orch). Col ML-4905. B.................................................................................... 8.00
      PRIMROSE: See also #676, 741, 743, 752, 850, 876, 896, 897, 1340 & 1671.
1418. TRAMPLER: Peggy Glanville-Hicks - Concerto Romantico for Viola & Orchestra. Ben Weber
         - Rapsodie Concertante for Viola & Small Orchestra. Marga Richter - Aria & Toccata for
         Viola & String Orchestra. Surinach & Winograd/MGM String and Chamber Orchs.
         MGM E-3559. B+(original jacket; obscure Trampler!) .................................................................. 18.00
      TRAMPLER: See also #1162 & 1317.
LP's: Pianists
1419. ALEXANDROVITCH (Georges): Chopin - Rondo a la Mazur. Maria Agata Szymanowska
         (1789-1831) - 5 Etudes; Minuet; Polonaise; Nocturne. Franz Lessel (1790-1839) -
         Variations #1. Musidisc RC-782. A-............................................................................................... 12.00
1420.*ANDERSEN (Diane): "A la Recherche de l'Esprit Francais." Pierne - Serenade; Intermezzo;
         Quinze Pieces. [notes in Japanese only] Japanese EMI EAC-50014. A- to A ............................... 16.00
1421.*ARGERICH: Chopin (#2) & Schumann Concerti. Rostropovich/National Sym. DGG 2531
         042. A- to A ...................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1422.*ARRAU: Brahms - Ballades # 1-#4, Op.10; Handel Variations. Philips 9500 446. A- ......................... 9.00
1423.*ARRAU: Liszt - The 12 Transcendental Etudes; 3 Etudes de Concert. Philips 6747 412(2). A-
         to A(demo) ...................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1424. ARRAU: Historic Recordings: Works of Balakirev, Busoni, Stravinsky, Liszt(8), Chopin(7),
         Debussy & Schubert(2). [Most recorded 1927-30; one each from 1932, 1936, 1950, 1951
         & 1957] Desmar GHP-4001/2(2). A-.............................................................................................. 18.00
1425.*BARENBOIM: Mozart - The Complete Concerti (27). Barenboim/ECO. EMI SLS-5031(12).
         A- to A ............................................................................................................................................ 50.00
1426.*BARENBOIM: Mozart Sonatas, Volume 1: #1 - #7; #9, #10 & #12. [dig] Angel R-244433(3).
         FS(Canadian pressings) ................................................................................................................... 18.00
1427. BRAILOWSKY: Chopin - The Preludes, Op.28. RCA LM-1150. A--(superficial marks : little
         or no snd) ........................................................................................................................................ 16.00
1428.*BRENDEL: Schubert - Impromptus, Op.142, D.935; Klavierstucke (Impromptus), D.946.
         Philips 6500 928. A- to A ............................................................................................................... 10.00
1429. CASADESUS: Mozart - Concerti #10 (with Gaby Casadesus), #12, #18 & #20. Szell/Col
         Sym. [mono-only recordings; from ML-5151 & ML-5276, c.1956; neat that Columbia
         reissued these, but didn't last long] Odyssey Y2-34641a(2). A- ..................................................... 18.00
1430. CASADESUS: Mozart Concerto #18 & #20. Szell/CO. [recorded in mono only, November
         1956] Col ML-5276. A-("6-eyes" labels) ....................................................................................... 15.00
1431.*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- ............................................................................................................................ 13.00
1432.*CYRIL SMITH & PHYLLIS SELLICK: Concertos for Phyllis & Cyril: BLISS - Concerto
         for Two Pianos (arranged for three hands). GORDON JACOB - Concerto for Three Hands
         on One or Two Pianos. MALCOLM ARNOLD - Concerto for Phyllis & Cyril.
         Arnold/City of Birmingham Sym. [the works were either written or re-arranged to
         accomodate Smith's loss of the use of his left hand] EMI CSD-1506. A- ...................................... 16.00
1433. DOHNANYI: Dohnanyi - Four Rhapsodies. Schumann - Scenes from Childhood, Op.15
         (Dohnanyi announces the title of each section before playing it). Remington RLP-199-43.
         B ...................................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1434. DORFMANN: Beethoven Concerto #1. Toscanini/NBC; also play Leonore Ov #3. RCA VIC-
         1521. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1435. DORFMANN: Beethoven Sonata #8 & #14. RCA LBC-1029. B+ ...................................................... 12.00
1436. FIRKUSNY: Dvorak Concerto. Szell/CO. [rec April 1954; scarce disc!] Col ML-4967. A-("6-
         eyes" labels) .................................................................................................................................... 25.00
1437. FLIER: Chopin Sonata #2; 7 Mazurkas. MK 1549. A-- ........................................................................ 10.00
1438. FOLDES: Prokofiev - Concerto #1 (Martinon/Lamoureux Orch); Tales of the Old
         Grandmother, Op.31; Four Pieces, Op.32. [Jean Martinon mis-identified as "M. Martinon"
         - unless they meant "Monsieur!"] Vox PL-6590. B+(con)/B(rest) ................................................. 12.00
1439.*FRAGER: Beethoven Concerto #5. Bertini/Hamburg Philharmonic. BASF BAC-3093. A-
         to A .................................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1440.*FREIRE: Schumann - Carnaval. Schubert - Four Impromptus. Col MS-7307. A-("2-eyes"
         labels) .............................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1441. GIESEKING: Schumann - Kreisleriana. Bach - English Suite #6. [I am no expert on Gieseking,
         but the former owner of this record noted that the CD issue of Kreisleriana included only
         about half of the work] Urania URLP-7107. A--(only a bit of crackle or it would be A-) ............. 75.00
LP's : Pianists - continued
1442. GIESEKING: Volume 1: DEBUSSY - Images, Series I & II; Pour le Piano; Estampes;
         Preludes, Books I & II; Etudes, Book II; Suite Bergamasque; Children's Corner; 16 more
         short pieces. RAVEL - Pavane; Sonatine; Valses Nobles et Sentimentales; Menuet
         Antique; Gaspard de la Nuit; Miroirs; Tombeau de Couperin; five more short works.
         GRIEG - Lyric Pieces (31; from Op.12, 38, 43, 47, 54, 57, 62, 65, 68 & 71). [Ten records
         in sturdy box (wood veneer on front); nice notes booklet in Italian and English. Volume I
         of six] Italian EMI 3C153-52331/40(10). A- to A(lgt bbl thumps side 9 - Debussy Preludes
         Bk I) ................................................................................................................................................ 65.00
1443. GOLDSAND: Chopin - Herold Variations; Twelve Etudes, Op.25. Concert Hall CHS-1133.
         B+ .................................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1444. GOLDSAND: Chopin - Twelve Etudes, Op.10; Trois Nouvelles Etudes. Concert Hall CHS-
         1132. A-(a few lgt tks sd 2) ............................................................................................................. 15.00
1445. GOLDSAND: Schubert - Sonata, Op.120; Moments Musicaux, Op.94. Concert Hall CHS-
         1148. A--(brief tks start sd 2; neat tape cover repair) ..................................................................... 12.00
1446.*GOULD: Hindemith Sonatas #1 - #3. [liner notes by Gould] Col M-32350. A- ................................. 12.00
1447.*GRAFFMAN: Tchaikovsky - Concerto #1. Szell/CO. Col MS-7339. A-("2-eyes" labels) ................. 12.00
1448.*HALL (Steven): Rachmaninov Sonata #2. Beethoven Sonata #16. Chopin - Trois Ecossaises;
         Polonaise-Fantaisie, Op.61. [dig; DMM] ACA CM-20001-1. A- to A .......................................... 12.00
1449.*HELLWIG (Klaus): "Virtuoso Piano Music" - Liszt/Busoni - Rhapsodie Espagnole. Chopin -
         Nocturne in D-flat; Scherzo in c#. Debussy - Reflets dans l'eau. Stravinsky - Danse Russe
         from Petrouchka. [Apparently a promo private issue published by Hellwig's management]
         United Sound USR-6205. A- .......................................................................................................... 12.00
1450. HOLLANDER: Chopin - Polonaise; Scherzo #2. Liszt - Mephisto; Hungarian Rhapsody #2.
         Brahms - Intermezzo; Rhapsody. Rachmaninoff - Prelude in c#. [Hollander's 2nd disc,
         c.1959, when he was 14 years old] Camden CAL-534. A- to B+ .................................................. 13.00
1451. HOROWITZ: Beethoven Concerto #5. Reiner/RCA Sym. RCA LM-1718. A-(c/c) ............................ 9.00
1452. HOROWITZ: Brahms - Concerto #1 (Walter/ACO; live, 1936; 3 1/2 minutes of 1st mvt lost
         due to broken acetate). Tchaikovsky - Concerto #1 (Walter/Unnamed Orch; live, 1944).
         Discocorp BWS-728. A- ................................................................................................................. 20.00
1453. HOROWITZ: Brahms Concerto #1. Walter/ACO. Golden Age Pianists GAP-5004. A-(in
         blank cover)..................................................................................................................................... 20.00
1454. HOROWITZ: Chopin Nocturnes(4), Scherzi(2), & Barcarolle. RCA LM-2137. A- to B+ .................... 8.00
1455. 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- ................................. 11.00
1456. HORSLEY: Rachmaninoff - Eight Preludes; Eight Transcriptions. Cap G-7136. A-........................... 12.00
1457. KATCHEN: Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue; Concerto in F. Mantovani/Orch. London LL-1262.
         A- to B++ ........................................................................................................................................ 13.00
1458. KEMPFF: Brahms Sonata in f, Op. 5; Scherzo in e-flat, Op.4. Decca DL-9992. A--........................... 12.00
1459.*KEMPFF: Mozart Concerto #23 & #24. Leitner/Bamberg Sym. DGG 2535 204. A- to A................. 9.00
1460.*KEMPFF: Schubert - Sonata in C, D.840; Sonata in A, D.664 (op.posth.120); Allegretto in c,
         D.900. DGG 139 322. A- to A ........................................................................................................ 10.00
1461. 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; Last Rose of Summer Fantasy; Rondo Brillante;
         Albumblatt; 2 Musical Sketches. Vox VBX-412(3). A- ................................................................. 13.00
1462. LUBOSHUTZ & NEMENOFF DUO: Brahms - Haydn Variations. Saint-Saens - Variations on
         a Theme of Beethoven. Schumann - Andante & Variations. Mendelssohn-Luboshutz -
         Allegro Brillant. Camden CAL-206. B ........................................................................................... 10.00
1463.*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- ............................................. 19.00
1464.*OGDON: Messiaen - Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant Jesus. Argo ZRG-650(2). A-(very minor box
         damage) ........................................................................................................................................... 18.00
LP's : Pianists - continued
1465.*PERAHIA: Mozart - Concerti, Volume 1: #1 - #6; #8; K.107, #1-#3. Perahia also conducts
         ECO. [Dutch pressings] CBS M3-39044(3). FS ............................................................................ 15.00
1466. RACHMANINOFF: Complete Rachmaninoff, Vol. 1 (Acoustic Recordings, 1919-1924).
         Rachmaninoff Concerto #2 (Stokowski/Phila: 1st recording). Also short works by
         Rachmaninoff (11), Chopin (10), Tchaikovsky (3), Liszt, Mozart, Scarlatti, Daquin, Bizet,
         Saint-Saens, Kreisler, Mendelssohn, Grieg, Dohnanyi, Moszkowski, Debussy. [Includes
         four previously unpublished recordings, including a portion of the 2nd concerto.] RCA
         ARM3-0260(3). A-(superficial rub sd 3 causes no sound) ............................................................. 20.00
1467. RACHMANINOFF: Complete Rachmaninoff, Vol. 2: Solo works by Rachmaninoff (17),
         Bach (2), Mendelssohn, Kreisler, Schubert, Moussorgsky, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky,
         Beethoven (2), Borodin, Scriabin, Handel, Mozart. [With five previously unpublished
         recordings, including 1938 amateur recording (from a party) of his Polka Italienne in duet
         with Mrs. Rachmaninoff!] RCA ARM3-0261(3). A- ..................................................................... 20.00
1468. RACHMANINOFF: Complete Rachmaninoff, Vol. 3: Chopin Sonata in b-flat; Two Waltzes;
         Ballade; Nocturne; Mazurka; Waltz. Schumann - Carnaval. Solo works by Chopin-
         Liszt(2), Schubert-Liszt(2), Liszt(2), Kreisler, Mendelssohn(3), Schubert, J.Strauss, Gluck,
         Schumann-Tausig & Paderewski. [With fourteen previously unpublished 78-rpm sides.]
         RCA ARM3-0294(3). A- ................................................................................................................ 20.00
1469. RACHMANINOFF: Complete Rachmaninoff, Vol. 4: Sonatas for Violin & Piano by
         Grieg(#3), Beethoven(#8) & Schubert (all with Kreisler). Rachmaninoff conducts his
         Symphony #3 & Isle of the Dead (Phila). RCA ARM3-0295(3). A- ............................................. 20.00
1470.*RICHTER: Mozart Concerto #20 (Wislocki/Warsaw Phil); Prokofiev Concerto #5
         (Rowicki/Warsaw Phil). [tulip labels] DGG 138 075. A- to A ..................................................... 16.00
1471. RUBINSTEIN: Chopin - Mazurkas (complete); Polonaise #7; Andante Spianato & Grande
         Polonaise in E-flat. [WD labels] RCA LM-6109(3). A--(looks mint; touch too much
         surface snd for A-) .......................................................................................................................... 18.00
      RUBINSTEIN: See #666, 673, 675, 677, 684, 714, 717, 766, 770, 841-2, 844, 869, 873, 879,
                          938, 1323 & 1335.
1472.*SCHEIN (Ann): A Piano Invitation to the Dance. Weber-Tausig - Invitation to the Dance.
         Medtner - Danza Festiva. Halffter - Dance of the Shepherdess. Bartok - Roumanian Folk
         Dances. Bizet-Rachmaninoff - L'Arlesienne Minuet. Chopin - Polonaise Fantaisie, Two
         Mazurkas, Minute Waltz. Kapp KC-9042-S. A--(few lgt tks beg sd 2) ......................................... 12.00
1473.*SCHEIN (Ann): Rachmaninoff - Concerto #3. Goossens/VSOO. [rec in Vienna Musikverein
         c.1959; very scarce issue - first copy I've seen!] Kapp KDC-6000-S. A--(only very lgt tks
         from two short scrs sd 1) ................................................................................................................. 24.00
1474.*SCHIFF & ROHMANN: Schubert - Four Piano Duets. Hungaroton SLPX-11941. A- ...................... 12.00
1475. SCHNABEL: Mozart Concerti #22 (live; Walter/NYP) & #23 (live; Rodzinski/NYP).
         [Schnabel memory lapse in 3rd movement of #23] Discocorp BWS-717. A- ............................... 24.00
      SCHNABEL: See also #258, 671, 705-6, 719, 726, 735, 748, 830-37, 1475.
1476.*SCHUB (Andre-Michel): Brahms - Handel Variations. Debussy - Reflets dans l'Eau.
         Mendelssohn - Fantasia in f#. Liszt - Paganini Etudes #2 & #6. [Live, Ft.Worth, TX, 1981;
         gold-medalist of 6th Van Cliburn Competition; mastered at half speed] Van Cliburn
         Foundation 001. A- ......................................................................................................................... 15.00
1477. SERKIN: Beethoven Concerto #5. Ormandy/Phila. [rec 1950] Col ML-4373. A-("6-eyes"
         labels) .............................................................................................................................................. 15.00
1478.*SERKIN: Beethoven Sonata #11 & #24; Fantaisie in g. Col M-32294. A- ......................................... 12.00
1479. SERKIN: Beethoven Sonata #21 & #30. Col ML-4620. A-("6-eyes" labels) ....................................... 12.00
1480. SERKIN: Brahms Concerto #1. Szell/CO. [mono-only; recorded Nobember 30, 1952; not to be
         confused with stereo remake; Serkin "sings" in finale cadenza!] Col ML-4829. A-("6-eyes"
         labels) .............................................................................................................................................. 25.00
1481. SERKIN: Mozart Concerto #17 & #25. Szell/Col Sym. [recorded in mono only, November,
         1955; 18 great candid rehearsal photos on cover] Col ML-5169. A-("6-eyes" labels)................... 16.00
1482. SERKIN: Strauss - Burleske. Schumann Concerto. Ormandy/Phila. [mono only] Col ML-
         5168. A-(6-eyes) ............................................................................................................................. 12.00
      SMETERLIN: See #652.
LP's : Pianists - continued
1483.*SMITH (Ronald): Liszt Sonata in b; Tannhauser Overture (transcription); Mazeppa. Unicorn
         UNS-238. A- ..................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1484. TEMPLETON: Gershwin Concerto in F. Johnson/Cincinnati Sym. [scarce; very nice copy]
         Remington R-199-184. A-- ............................................................................................................. 25.00
1485. PUPILS OF FELIX BLUMENFELD (1863-1931): SIMON BARERE: Liszt - Don Juan
         Fantasy; Balakirev - Islamey; Blumenfeld Etude, Op.36 (rec.1934-36). MARIA
         GRINBERG: Beethoven Concerto #2 (Kondrashin/Orch; rec 1947). VLADIMIR
         BELOV: Works of Vavara Adrianova Gaigerova (4 Sketches) & Blumenfeld (3 etudes:
         Op.14, Op.24, Op.36). HOROWITZ: Works of Bach-Busoni, Czerny, Saint-Saens,
         Horowitz (rec.1942-47). [copious notes are in Russian only...] Melodiya M10-49425
         009(2). A- ........................................................................................................................................ 40.00
1486.*WEISSENBERG: Prokofiev Concerto #3. Ravel - Concerto in G. Ozawa/Paris Orch. Angel
         S-36785. A- ..................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1487. YUDINA (Maria): Hindemith Sonata #3. Shostakovich Sonata #2. MK 1567. A- .............................. 20.00
1488.*ZHUKOV: Tchaikovsky - Concerto #3; Allegro in c. Rimsky-Korsakov - Concerto. Scriabin -
         Fantasia in a. Rozhdestvensky & Yurlovsky/Moscow Radio Orch. Mel-Angel SR-
         40188. FS .......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Conductors
1489. ABENDROTH: Brahms - Symphony #1. Leipzig Radio Sym. Supraphon LPV-69. A-(minor
         tape repair to very attractive jacket) ................................................................................................ 32.00
1490. ABENDROTH: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch (other issues credit
         Leipzig Radio Orch). Saga XID-5239. A- ...................................................................................... 12.00
1491.*ABRAVANEL: Franck Symphony. Utah Sym. West WST-14062. A--(c/c; couple of light
         blems sd 2) ...................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1492. ACKERMANN: Overtures to Secret of Susanna, The Kiss, Ernani, Alzira, Daughter of the
         Regiment, Il Pirata; pieces from Das Herz (Pfitzner), Edgar & Two Widows. SWDR
         Orch. [recorded 1953/4] Discophilia OAA-103. A- ...................................................................... 16.00
1493. ANSERMET: Prokofiev - Classical Symphony. OSR. [10-inch] London LD-9114. B+ ..................... 12.00
      ANSERMET: See also #23, 577, 581, 611.
1494.*BARBIROLLI: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique. Halle Orch. Pye GSGC-2025. A- ....................... 12.00
1495.*BARBIROLLI: Vaughan Williams: Symphony #2. Halle Orch. [blue labels] Angel S-36478.
         A- .................................................................................................................................................... 10.00
      BARBIROLLI: See also #517, 714, 758, 1025, 1596.
1496.*BARENBOIM: Schumann - The Four Symphonies; Konzertstuck for Four Horns (Clevenger;
         Oldberg; Howell; Schweikert); Manfred Overture. CSO. [quite early all-analog
         Barenboim/CSO: recorded 1975 (#4); 1977 (the rest)] DGG 2709 075(3). A- to A(former
         owner's name in neat ink on box front) ........................................................................................... 30.00
1497. BEECHAM: Bantock - Fifine at the Fair. Bax - The Garden of Fand. Delius - Dance Rhapsody
         #1. RPO. [recorded between 1947 and 1952] EMI HQM-1165. A- .............................................. 12.00
1498. BEECHAM: Delius - Songs of Sunset (Forrester; Cameron; Beecham Cho Soc). Vidal -
         Gavotte. German - Gypsy Suite. RPO. [mono only] EMI Odeon PALP-1983. A- ....................... 24.00
1499. BEECHAM: Delius - Koanga (closing scene); Eventyr; Paris (The Song of a Great City).
         RPO & Cho. British CBS 61271. A- ............................................................................................. 12.00
1500. BEECHAM: Handel-Beecham - Love in Bath. RPO. Angel 35504. A-(earliest U.S. red labels) ........ 12.00
1501. BEECHAM: Sibelius - Symphony #7. RODZINSKI: Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. NYP in both.
         [blue labels] Col ML-4086. A- to B++(superlative copy for this issue) ......................................... 35.00
1502. BEECHAM: Strauss - Don Quixote (Wallenstein, cello; NYP; recorded 1932). Wagner - A
         Faust Overture (LPO; 1936). [Transfers by Anthony Griffith] EMI HLM-7154. A- to A ............ 25.00
      BEECHAM: See also #108, 356, 482, 684, 698, 709, 725, 730, 759, 760, 763, 1055.
1503. BERNSTEIN: Beethoven 5th - discussion and performance of 1st movement sketches (from
         1950's Omnibus show). Walter/NYP play whole work. [fascinating!] Col CL-918. A--
         (red/black "6-eyes" labels) .............................................................................................................. 18.00
LP's : Conductors - continued
1504.*BERNSTEIN: Bernstein - Symphony #3 ("Kaddish"). Montealegre; Tourel; NYP; Camerata
         Singers; Columbus Boychoir. Col KS-6605. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ...................................... 10.00
1505.*BERNSTEIN: Overtures - Orpheus, Donna Diana, Barber of Seville, Beutiful Galatea, Merry
         Wives & Light Cavalry. NYP. Col MS-7085. A-("2-eyes" labels) ................................................ 12.00
      BERNSTEIN: See also #36, 40, 42, 50, 51, 123, 124, 154, 259, 1061, 1149, 1216, 1414.
1506.*BOHM: Brahms - Symphony #3; Alto Rhapsody (Ludwig). VPO. DGG 2530 992. A- to A ............. 12.00
1507.*BOHM: Schubert - Symphony #1 & #2. BPO. DGG 2530 216. A- to A ............................................ 12.00
1508.*BOHM: Schubert - Symphony #3 & #4. BPO. DGG 2530 526. A- to A ............................................ 12.00
1509.*CANTELLI: Beethoven - Symphony #7. PO. Angel S-35620. A-(U.S. red labels) ............................ 17.00
1510. CANTELLI: Haydn - Symphony #93. NBC Symphony. [THREE-DISC 45-RPM SET;
         translucent red vinyl discs] RCA WDM-1323(3). A- ..................................................................... 17.00
1511. CANTELLI: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2; Pavane. Debussy - Two Nocturnes;
         Afternoon of a Faun. Cantelli/PO. [Cantelli portrait on cover by his wife] Angel 35525.
         A-(British pressing; no dowel spine) .............................................................................................. 17.00
1512. CELIBIDACHE: Bruckner - Mass #3 (Danco; Hoeffgen; Kmentt; Guthrie; RAI Rome Orch
         & Cho; live, 1958). KLEMPERER: Bruckner - Te Deum (Harper; Baker; Lewis;
         Nowakowski; BBC Sym & Cho; live, 1961). Melodram MEL-214(2). A- to A........................... 16.00
1513. CELIBIDACHE: Shostakovich - Symphony #7. BPO. Urania URLP-601(2). B(mostly B+, but
         some ticks) ...................................................................................................................................... 23.00
1514. CELIBIDACHE: Stravinsky - Jeu de Cartes. Bizet - Symphony. Mendelssohn - Symphony #4.
         Haydn - Symphony #104. Tchaikovsky - Symphony #2. BPO. [Live, 1950 & 1953] Cetra
         LO-533(3). A- ................................................................................................................................. 23.00
1515. COLLINS: Elgar - Falstaff. LSO. Decca LXT-2940. A- ...................................................................... 12.00
1516. COLLINS: Sibelius - Symphony #6; Pelleas & Melisande. LSO. London LL-1277. A- ..................... 12.00
1517.*DISENHAUS (Isaie): Prokofiev - Peter & the Wolf (narration - in English, but with a great
         accent! - by Russian singer Oda Slobodskaya; Colonne Orch). HEISS (Felix): Night on
         Bald Mountain; Capriccio Espagnole (Danzig Phil). Fidelio ATL-4102. A- to B+ ...................... 23.00
1518.*DOHNANYI: Dvorak - Symphony #9. CO. [dig] London 414 421-1. A- to A(Dutch pressing) ........ 12.00
1519.*DORATI: Strauss - Die Frau Ohne Schatten, Symphonic Fantasy; Der Rosenkavalier Suite
         (arr. Dorati). Detroit Sym. [dig] Decca 411 893-1. A- to A .......................................................... 10.00
1520.*DORATI: Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker (complete ballet). ACO. Philips 6747 257(2). A- to
         A ...................................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1521. EHRLING: Sibelius - The Legends of Lemminkainen. Stockholm Radio Orch. [Ehrling's
         early Sibelius cycle on Mercury is quite legendary; this is a VERY scarce disc - first copy
         I've ever seen; the work is variously identified as "Four Legends of the Kalevala,"
         "Lemminkainen Suite," etc.; the most famous movement, of course, is "The Swan of
         Tuonela," though "Lemminkainen's Return" appears on its own from time to time] Capitol
         P-8226. B+ ...................................................................................................................................... 32.00
1522.*FERENCSIK: Kodaly - Peacock Variations. VOGEL: Hindemith - Symphonic Metamophoses
         on Themes of Weber. Brno State Philharmonic. Supraphon SUAST-50436. A- ........................ 12.00
1523.*FIEDLER: "Great Songs of Christmas & Great Songs for All Seasons." BPS. [Polydor
         material licensed as promo disc for financial institutions] Fleetwood Microsonic FMS-
         1016. FS .......................................................................................................................................... 14.00
      FIEDLER: See #52, 781, 791, 802, 804, 824, 851-2, 867, 875, 910, 920, 932-3, 936, 941, 946-48.
1524. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Anders; Briem; Hongen; Watzke; BPO; Kittel
         Cho. [Live, March 1942] Brahms - Haydn Variations. BPO. [Live, Dec 1943] Unicorn
         UNI-100/101(2). A- to A ................................................................................................................ 25.00
1525. FURTWANGLER: Overtures - Iphigenie en Aulide; Merry Wives; Rosamunde; Hebrides;
         Manfred. VPO. EMI XLP-30097. A- ............................................................................................. 16.00
LP's : Conductors - continued
1526. FURTWANGLER: Overtures to Fledermaus & Barber of Seville; Invitation to the Dance;
         Hungarian Dances #1 & #10; Rakoczy March; Entr'acte #2 & Ballet Music #2 from
         Rosamunde. BPO. [recorded 1929-37; German-only notes] Heliodor 88 021. A- to A ................ 12.00
1527. FURTWANGLER: Strauss - Sinfonia Domestica; Four Songs (Anders). BPO. [live, 1944 and
         1942 respectively] Arabesque 8082. A- .......................................................................................... 10.00
1528. FURTWANGLER: Stravinsky - Symphony in Three Movements (VPO; live, 1950); Baiser de
         la Fee (BPO; live, 1953). Fonit Cetra FE-14. A- ............................................................................ 16.00
1529. FURTWANGLER: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. VPO. [only in print 8/52 - 3/56; hard to find]
         RCA LHMV-1005. A-(brief light ticks side 2) ............................................................................... 45.00
      FURTWANGLER: See also #103, 207, 310, 431, 509, 510, 1375.
1530. GEORGESCU: Brahms - Symphony #3. Symphony Orchestra of the "George Enescu"
         Philharmonic in Bucharest. Electrecord ECE 03178. A- ............................................................ 12.00
1531. GINZBERG: Mendelssohn Overtures - Calm Sea & Prosperous Voyage, Hebrides.
         ELIASBERG: Fair Melusina, Ruy Blas. [Cyrillic identification of orchestras not clear to
         me: seems some USSR Symphony; some with Leningrad] Melodiya 03366-67. B+ .................... 12.00
1532.*GIULINI: Dvorak - Symphony #8. CSO. DGG 2531 046. A- to A....................................................... 9.00
1533.*GIULINI: Moussorgsky-Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition. Prokofiev - Classical Symphony.
         CSO. DGG 2530 783. A- to A........................................................................................................ 12.00
1534. GOLOVANOV: Rimsky-Korsakov - Suite from Tsar Saltan. GAUK: Suite from Snow
         Maiden. USSR Radio Orch. MK 1529. B+ ................................................................................... 10.00
1535. GOLOVANOV: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #1. Bolshoi Symphony Orch. West XWN-18224.
         A- .................................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1536. GOULD: Symphonic Serenade: Ketelby - In a Monastery Garden; In a Persian Market; In a
         Chinese Temple-Garden; In an Ozark Outhouse (no! just kidding!). Herbert - Suite of
         Serenades; Badinage; Yesterthoughts. Rochester "Pops" Orchestra. Col CL-560. A-(red
         "6-eyes" labels) ............................................................................................................................... 12.00
       GOULD: See also #859, 875, 877, 934, 937, 955, 957-8, 960, 962, 964, 998-9, 1115.
1537.*GROVES: Delius - Paris; Eventyr; Dance Rhapsody #1. Royal Liverpool Phil. Angel S-
         36870. A- ........................................................................................................................................ 10.00
1538.*HAITINK: Bruckner - Symphony #2. ACO. Philips 802 912. A- to A ............................................... 12.00
1539. HARTY: Elgar - Cello Concerto (Squires); Enigma Variations. [rec 1930, 1932] Imprimatur
         IMP-1. A- to A ................................................................................................................................ 10.00
1540. HORENSTEIN: Bruckner - Symphony #7. BPO. [rec 1928] Unicorn UNI-111. A- ........................... 12.00
1541. HORENSTEIN: Janacek - Sinfonietta; Taras Bulba. Vienna Pro Musica. [Notes by P.
         Glanville-Hicks] British Vox PL-9710. A-(better than any US pressing I've had of this) ............. 35.00
1542. HORENSTEIN: Prokofiev - Chout Suite; Lt. Kije Suite. Paris Philharmonia Orch. Vox PL-
         9180. A-(brief tks early in Chout) ................................................................................................... 18.00
1543. IVANOV: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #1. USSR Sym. MK 1508. A--.................................................... 9.00
1544. JOCHUM: Beethoven - Symphony #3. BPO Decca DL-9865. A- ....................................................... 15.00
1545. JOCHUM: Brahms - Symphony #2. BPO. Decca DL-9556. A--(1st 1/2-inch sd 1 is B) ..................... 10.00
1546. JOCHUM: Mozart - Symphony #33 & #36. BVRS. Decca DL-9920. A- ............................................ 15.00
1547. JOCHUM: Reger - Serenade for Orchestra. ACO. Capitol Telefunken P-8026. B to B+(varies) ........ 12.00
1548. JOCHUM: Sibelius - Tempest Prelude; The Oceanides; Night Ride & Sunrise. BVRS. [very
         scarce 10-inch British issue] DGG DG-17075. B+(mod 1/8-in scr Tempest; occ tks Night
         Ride) ................................................................................................................................................ 16.00
1549.*KEMPE: Bruckner - Symphony #8 (Haas Edition). Zurich Tonhalle Orch. [quad] Tudor
         74003/04(2). A- ............................................................................................................................... 20.00
1550.*KEMPE: Gluck-Mottl - Ballet Suite. Schubert - Incidental Music to Rosamunde. VPO. [blue
         labels] Angel S-35746. A-............................................................................................................... 12.00
1551. KEMPE: Mendelssohn - Symphony #3. Dresden State Orchetra. Parliament PLP-142. B++ ............ 9.00
1552.*KEMPE: Strauss - Josephslegende; Sinfonia Domestica; Aus Italien; Till Eulenspiegel;
         Salome's Dance. Staatskapelle Dresden. [Strauss orchestral works, Vol 3] Electrola
         1C195-52 100/02(3). A- to A .......................................................................................................... 18.00
LP's : Conductors - continued
1553.*KEMPE: Ein Abend in Wien - Donna Diana, Opernball, Fledermaus and Morning, Noon &
         Night in Vienna Overtures; Waltzes etc. by Lehar and the three J Strausses (8). VPO.
         Electrola C 151-01 463/64(2). A- to A(brief lgt tks sds 1 & 4) ...................................................... 12.00
1554.*KLEMPERER: Bach - Orchestral Suites (complete). NPO. Electrola 1C187-02 102/3(2). A- .......... 14.00
1555.*KLEMPERER: Beethoven - Symphony #9 (Nordmo-Lovberg; Ludwig; Kmentt; Hotter;
         PO Cho); Incidental Music to Egmont (excerpts; Nilsson). PO. Angel S-3577(2). A-(early
         U.S. red labels) ................................................................................................................................ 19.00
1556. KLEMPERER: Brahms - Symphony #1; Academic Festival Overture. BSOO. [recorded 1927-
         28] Electrola C053-28 939. A- to A ................................................................................................ 14.00
1557.*KLEMPERER: Bruckner - Symphony #4. PO. [blue labels] Angel S-36245. A- ............................... 11.00
1558.*KLEMPERER: Klemperer - Merry Waltz. Weill - Three-Penny Opera Suite. J.Strauss -
         Vienna Life & Emperor Waltzes; Fledermaus Overture. PO. [blue labels] Angel S-35927.
         A- .................................................................................................................................................... 15.00
      KLEMPERER: See also #213, 550, 560, 573, 1512.
1559. KLETZKI: Sibelius - Symphony #2. PO. Angel 35314. A- ................................................................. 15.00
1560. KNAPPERTSBUSCH: Wagner - Rienzi Overture; Forest Murmurs (w/Franz Lechleitner,
         tenor). VPO. [10-inch] London LPS-290. B................................................................................... 24.00
1561.*KONDRASHIN: Mahler 1st. Moscow Phil. Mel-Angel SR-40130. A- .............................................. 12.00
1562. KONWITSCHNY: Strauss - Alpine Symphony. Munich Opera Orchestra. Urania URLP-
         7064. A--(brief tks sd 2, but fine for early Urania) ......................................................................... 12.00
1563. 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-................................ 19.00
1564. KOUSSEVITZKY: Sibelius - Symphony #2. BSO. [Koussevitzky's last BSO recording, made
         as guest conductor, 1950] [early labels] RCA LM-1172. A--......................................................... 24.00
      KOUSSEVITZKY: See also #654, 694, 729, 739-41, 744-46, 889.
1565. KRAUSS: "Strauss Soiree" - Libelle; Klangfiguren; Mein Lebenslauf is Lieb und Lust;
         Vergnugungszug; Stadt und Land; Eljan a Magyar; Ohne Sorgen. VPO. [10-inch; obscure
         issue!!] Vox VL-3140. B(most plays very well, but some scrs) ..................................................... 18.00
1566.*KUBELIK: Schumann - Symphony #2; Genoveva Ov. BPO. [tulip labels] DGG 138 955. A-
         to A(s/s) ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
      KUBELIK: See also #45, 163, 612, 618, 1118, 1119, 1150.
1567. LAMBERT: Orpheus in Hades Overture. LPO. WALTER: Brahms - Academic Festival
         Overture. VPO. BOULT: Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings. BBC Sym. [very scarce
         Camden] Camden CAL-242. B+ .................................................................................................... 20.00
1568. LAMBERT: Waldteufel Waltzes - Skaters, Pomona, Estudiatina & Sur la Plage. PO. [10-inch]
         British Columbia 3S-1006. B/B++.................................................................................................. 12.00
1569. MARKEVITCH: Stravinsky - Le Sacre du Printemps. Berlin Radio Orch. [live, 1952; Italian-
         only notes] I Grandi Con GCL-40. A- to A .................................................................................... 12.00
1570. MENGELBERG: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies; Fidelio Overture. Van der Sluys; Luger;
         Van Tulder; Ravelli (in 9th); ACO. [From live 1939/40 concerts, except for #3, which is
         the studio recording from the same season] Philips 6767 003(8). A- to A(demo copy)................. 65.00
1571. 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 ............................................................................................................... 13.00
1572. MITROPOULOS: Siegmeister - Ozark Set. Lalo - Roi d'Ys Overture. Mpls. [10-inch] Col ML-
         2123. B+ .......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1573. 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- ............................................................................................................. 16.00
LP's : Conductors - continued
1574.*MONTEUX: Beethoven - Symphony #3. ACO. [w/rehearsal exc] Phil 6570 204. A- to A(c/c) ....... 12.00
1575.*MONTEUX: Brahms - Symphony #2; Academic Festival. LSO. Philips 6570 108. A-(c/c) ................ 9.00
1576.*MONTEUX: Ravel - Ma Mere l'Oye; La Valse; Bolero. LSO. Philips 6570 092. A- to A ................. 12.00
1577.*MONTEUX: Schubert - Symphony #8. ACO. SAWALLISCH: Haydn - Symphony #101.
         Vienna Sym. HAITINK: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4. ACO. MARRINER: Mozart -
         Symphony #35. ASMF. A-(British pressings) ............................................................................... 16.00
      MONTEUX: See also #524, 647, 715, 720, 752, 814, 861, 910, 919, 925, 927, 930-1, 974-78,
                    980-83, 985, 987, 989-90, 992, 997, 1000.
1578. MRAVINSKY: Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite. Leningrad Philharmonic. MK 1545. A- .............. 12.00
1579. MUNCH: Beethoven - Symphony #8. PCO. [10-inch; scarce Munch item - deleted Janaury
         1956] London LPS-111. B+(occ tks; moderate cover tear) ............................................................ 25.00
1580.*MUNCH: Offenbach - Gaite Parisienne. NPO. [TAS 39:132; fold-open album includes nice
         session photos] London SPC-21011. A- to A(superb pressing) ..................................................... 12.00
1581. MUNCH: Prokofiev - Classical Symphony. PCO. JORDA: Tchaikovsky - Francesca da
         Rimini. PCO. London LL-169. A- to B+ ....................................................................................... 13.00
1582.*MUNCH: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2; Rapsodie Espagnole; Bolero. Orchestre de
         Paris. Angel S-36584. A- ............................................................................................................... 10.00
      MUNCH: See also #34, 614, 646, 788, 799-800, 811, 812, 848-9, 909-10, 926, 939, 973, 979,
                 981-2, 995-6, 1001, 1381, 1395.
1583. MUNCHINGER: Gabrieli - Two Canzone for Double String Orchestra. Telemann - Viola
         Concerto (Kirchner). Stuttgart Chamber Orch. [10-in; scarce!]London LS-686. B+ ............... 19.00
1584. NEEL: Handel - Six Concerti Grossi, Op.3. Boyd Neel Orchestra (Thurston Dart, harpsichord
         & organ). London LL-1130. B++ ................................................................................................... 12.00
1585. NEUMARK (Ignace): Schubert - Symphony #9. Utrecht Symphony. [French-only notes]
         Guild Internationale du Disque MMS 2023. B+(occ tks) ............................................................... 12.00
1586.*ORMANDY: Bach - Toccata & Fugue in d; Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in C; Passacaglia &
         Fugue in c; A Mighty Fortress; Air on G String; Come Sweet Death; Jesu; Little Fugue in
         g; Arioso; Great Fugue in g; Little Suite (from Anna Magdalena Notebook); Sheep May
         Safely Graze; Sleepers Awake; Preludium in E. Phila. Col MG-30072(2). A- ............................. 20.00
1587.*ORMANDY: Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsodies #1 & 2. Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #1 & 2.
         Phila. Col MS-6018. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; demo copy) .......................................................... 12.00
1588. ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. Phila. [recorded 1953; the 2nd of their 4
         recordings] Col ML-5074. A-("6-eyes" labels) .............................................................................. 16.00
1589. ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. Phila. [mono-only; recorded 1952; the second of
         their five (!) recordings of the work] Col ML-4544. A-("6-eyes" labels; later cover) ................... 18.00
1590.*ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. Phila. Col M-31833. A-................................................... 9.00
1591. ORMANDY: Wagner - Parsifal (orchestral excerpts). Phila. [recorded 1955; mono only] Col
         ML-5080. A-("6-eyes" labels) ........................................................................................................ 12.00
1592. ORMANDY: Wagner - Walkure: Magic Fire Music & Ride of Valkyries; Meistersinger:
         Excerpts from Act III; Tannhauser: Overture & Venusberg Music; Lohengrin: Prelude to
         Act I. Phila. [Scarce mono-only issue; only the second copy I've seen] Col ML-4865. A-
         ("6-eyes" labels; sd 2 slightly off-center)........................................................................................ 12.00
1593.*ORMANDY: Ritual Fire Dance. Title piece, plus Dances of the Hour & the Comedians;
         Schwanda Polka; Hungarian Dance #5; Onegin Polonaise; 3 Dances from La Boutique
         Fantasque; Dance for Six from William Tell. Phila. Col MS-6823. A-("2-eyes" labels) .............. 12.00
     ORMANDY: #42, 54, 54, 220, 271, 430, 450, 672, 674, 713, 737, 896, 1147, 1149, 1373, 1477, 1482.
1594. REINER: Bartok - Divertimento (solo strings: Weicher; Akos; Preves; Starker).
         Mendelssohn - Symphony #4. CSO. [From TV concerts, c.1957; private issue, for
         members of old Reiner Soc; lovely British pressing] Fritz Reiner Society FRS-1. A- to A .......... 45.00
      REINER: See also #571, 606, 621, 648, 786, 807, 813, 818, 824, 855, 860, 879, 883, 889, 910,
                916-18, 924, 929, 935, 981, 1406, 1451.
LP's : Conductors - continued
1595. RODZINSKI: Grieg - Peer Gynt Suites #1 & #2; Piano Concerto (Boukoff). PSOL. West
         XWN-18231. A-.............................................................................................................................. 12.00
1596. RODZINSKI: Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition. BARBIROLLI: Ravel - La Valse.
         Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole. NYP. Harmony HL-7075. A--(neat tape jacket
         repair) .............................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1597. RODZINSKI: WAGNER - Die Meistersinger: Prelude to Act I; Excerpts from Act III;
         Lohengrin Prelude (Act I). PSOL. [later issue with notes on cover rather than booklet]
         West W-LAB-7028. A--/B++ ......................................................................................................... 12.00
      RODZINSKI: See also #411, 549, 1205, 1382, 1475.
1598. ROSBAUD: Haydn - Symphony #92 & #104. BPO. [tulip labels] DGG LPM-18363. B ..................... 8.00
1599. ROSBAUD: Mahler - Symphony #7. Berlin Radio Orch. [early, oversized album] Urania
         URLP-405(2). B++(spine has careful tape repair) .......................................................................... 24.00
1600. ROSBAUD: Sibelius - Tapiola; Karelia Suite; Bolero (Festivo); Swan of Tuonela. BPO. Decca
         DL-9938. A- to B++/A- .................................................................................................................. 13.00
1601. ROSENTHAL: Glazounov - Raymonda Suite. Paris Philharmonic. Capitol P-8184. A- .................. 12.00
1602. ROSENTHAL: Scriabin - Poem d'Extase. Loeffler - A Pagan Poem. Paris Phil. Capitol P-
         8188. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1603. ROSENTHAL: Tchaikovsky - Sleeping Beauty (exc). Paris Opera Orch. Capitol P-18005. A- ....... 12.00
1604. ROTHER: Strauss - Aus Italien. Berlin Radio. Urania URLP-7087. A-(1st 1/8 inch each side
         is ticky) ............................................................................................................................................ 13.00
1605.*SANDERLING: Sibelius - Symphony #3; En Saga. Berlin Sym. [notes German] Eurodisc 80
         683. A- to A .................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1606.*SARGENT: Dvorak - Symphonic Variations. Smetana - Tabor & Blanik, from Ma Vlast. PO
         (in Dvorak); RPO (in Vlast). EMI SXLP-20065. A- ..................................................................... 12.00
1607.*SARGENT: Walton - Facade Suites #1 & #2. Britten - Simple Symphony; Young Person's
         Guide. BBC Sym (in Guide); RPO (in others). EMI SXLP-30014. A- ......................................... 12.00
1608. SAWALLISCH: Brahms - Haydn Variations. OTTO MATZERATH: Brahms - Academic
         Festival & Tragic Overtures. RIAS Sym (in all). [very early Sawallisch, c.1953]
         Remington R-199-205. A- .............................................................................................................. 12.00
1609. SCHERCHEN: "Hi-Fi Hits" - Bolero; William Tell; Roumanian Rhapsody #1; Sabre Dance;
         Flight of Bumble Bee. VSOO. West XWN-18888. B+.................................................................. 10.00
1610. SCHERCHEN: Tchaikovsky - Capriccio Italien. Rimsky-Korsakoff - Capriccio Espagnol.
         Rossini - William Tell & Gazza Ladra Overtures. PSOL (in Rossini); LSO (in others).
         [wonderful performances of the Russian pieces especially!] West XWN-18598. B+.................... 10.00
1611. SCHERCHEN: The Devil in Hi Fi: Danse Macabre; Mephisto Waltz; Night on Bald
         Mountain; Finale of Symphonie Fantastique. LSO (in Fantastique); VSOO (in rest). West
         XWN-18894. A-- ............................................................................................................................ 12.00
      SCHERCHEN: See also #99, 102, 1390.
1612.*SILVESTRI: Ravel - Rapsodie Espagnole. ENESCO - Rumanian Rhapsody #1. LISZT -
         Hungarian Rhapsody #4. VPO. [blue labels] Angel S-35677. A-(c/c) ........................................... 12.00
1613.*STOKOWSKI: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Harper; Watts; Young; McIntyre; LSO; Cho.
         [TAS 12:513+515; great added horn & trumpet flourishes at end!] London SPC-21043. A- ........ 10.00
1614.*STOKOWSKI: Bloch - Schelomo (Neikrug). Paul Ben-Haim - From Israel (Suite for
         Orchestra). Sym of the Air. United Art USLP-0009. A- ............................................................... 16.00
1615.*STOKOWSKI: Brahms - Symphony #3. Houston Sym. Everest SDBR-3030. A- ............................. 10.00
1616.*STOKOWSKI: Brahms - Symphony #4; Academic Festival Ov. NPO. [quad] RCA ARD1-
         0719. A-(c/c) ................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1617. STOKOWSKI: Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsodies #1 & #2. His Sym. [10-inch] RCA LRM-
         7043. A-(brief thumps fr bbls; otherwise superb!) ......................................................................... 16.00
1618.*STOKOWSKI: Franck - Symphony. Ravel - Fanfare for L'Eventail de Jeanne.
         Stokowski/Hilversum Radio Orch. [TAS 37:143] London SPC-21061. A- ................................. 9.00
1619.*STOKOWSKI: Ives Orchestral Set #2. Messiaen - L'Ascension. LSO. [TAS 12:513] Lon
         SPC-21060. A- ................................................................................................................................ 14.00
LP's : Conductors - continued
1620. STOKOWSKI: Mozart - Serenade for Winds, K.361. American Sym. Van VRS-1158. A-(c/c).......... 9.00
1621.*STOKOWSKI: Mussorgsky-Stokowski - Pictures at an Exhibition (fascinating deviations
         from the traditional Ravel orchestrations of individual sections, some of them truly
         inspired). Debussy-Stokowski - The Engulfed Cathedral. NPO. [TAS 3:154; 4:238L;
         11:389L; 12:513; fold-open album] London SPC-21006. A- ......................................................... 12.00
1622.*STOKOWSKI: Prokofiev - The Ugly Duckling (Resnik, soprano); Cinderella Suite.
         DEBUSSY - Children's Corner Suite. Stadium Sym of NY. [Late, obscure Stokowski
         Everest issue] Everest SDBR-3108. A- .......................................................................................... 12.00
1623.*STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake & Sleeping Beauty Selections. NPO. London SPC-
         21008. A- .......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1624. STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4 (NBC Symphony; recorded Nov 27, 1941); Song
         Without Words, Op.40, #6 (Phila; recorded Dec 8, 1928). [LP transfer by Ward Marston;
         notes by Mark Obert-Thorn, who remarks that for the symphony, "the original matrices .....
         are being presented for the first time."] Leopold Stokowski Society of America SLOO1. A-....... 35.00
1625.*STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. 1973 International Youth Orch. Two-disc set:
         one devoted to extended rehearsal excerpts, the other to the live concert given in the Royal
         Albert Hall. Classics GOCLP-9007(2). A-/A- to B+(note regarding the condition of the
         rehearsal disc: though it appears pristine, it has some minor surface sound; this has been
         my experience in all copies of this set I have heard) ...................................................................... 50.00
      STOKOWSKI: See #42, 55, 177, 223, 670, 703, 713, 783, 792, 816, 824, 871, 910, 1011,
                       1149, 1223, 1466.
1626. STRAUSS: Overtures & Preludes - Magic Flute; Iphegenie in Aulis; Euryanthe; Barber of
         Bagdad; Tristan; Dutchman. BPO (Flute is BSOO). [German-only notes; recorded 1927-
         31] Heliodor 2548 736. A- to A ...................................................................................................... 10.00
1627. SZELL: Beethoven - Symphony #4. CO. [ealiest issue with plain, flimsy blue fold-over-the-top
         sleeve in excellent condition with just a little tape repair; mono-only from Szell's very first
         Cleveland sessions: April 22, 1947; not to be confused with stereo remake; very bracing
         performance!] [blue labels] Col ML-4008. B+(occ tks, but a great copy for earliest issue) .......... 32.00
1628.*SZELL: Beethoven Overtures - Leonores #1-#3; Fidelio. CO. Col MS-7068. A-("2-eyes"
         labels) .............................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1629.*SZELL: Dvorak - Carnival Overture; 4 Slavonic Dances. Smetana - The Moldau; 3 Dances
         from The Bartered Bride. CO. CBS MY-36716. A ........................................................................ 10.00
1630. SZELL: Dvorak - Five Slavonic Dances (Op.46: #1, 3, 8; Op.72: #10 & #15). CO. Smetana -
         From Bohemia's Meadows & Forests; The Moldau. NYP. Dvorak come from Szell's very
         first CO session: April 21, 1947; not to be confused w/either of his complete sets (1956
         and 1963)] Col ML-4785. A--("6-eyes" labels) .............................................................................. 25.00
1631. SZELL: Dvorak - Symphony #8. ACO. Richmond R-23245. A- ......................................................... 12.00
1632.*SZELL: Dvorak - Symphony #8; Slavonic Dances #3 & #11. CO. [his last recordings] Angel
         S-36043. A- ..................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1633.*SZELL: Kodaly - Hary Janos Suite. Prokofiev - Lt. Kije Suite. CO. Col MS-7408. A-("2-
         eyes" labels) .................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1634. SZELL: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4 (CO); Midsummer Night's Dream Music (NYP).
         [mono-only; not to be confused with Szell's stereo re-make of #4 with CO and of MSND
         with CO and also ACO] Col ML-4498. A-("6-eyes;" rare in such fine condition) ....................... 20.00
1635.*SZELL: Mozart - Serenade #9 ("Posthorn"); Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. CO. Col MS-7273. A-
         ("2-eyes") ........................................................................................................................................ 12.00
1636.*SZELL: Mozart - Symphony #28 & 33; Figaro Overture. CO. Col MS-6858. A- .............................. 10.00
1637.*SZELL: Schubert - Symphony #9. CO. [Recorded April, 1970; one of Szell's last two discs;
         includes commemorative booklet] Angel S-36044. A- .................................................................. 12.00
1638. SZELL: Schumann - Symphony #2. CO. [recorded 11-28-1952, mono-only; not to be confused
         with Epic stereo remake] Col ML-4817. A-("6-eyes" labels) ......................................................... 18.00
LP's : Conductors - continued
1639. SZELL: Wagner - Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music; Brunnhilde's Immolation;
         Forest Murmurs; Ride of Valkyries; Wotan's Farewell & Magic Fire Music. CO. [Late
         mono-era disc: these performances never available in stereo] Epic LC-3321. A-.......................... 20.00
1640. SZELL: Wagner Overtures - Rienzi; Meistersinger; Tannhauser; Dutchman. NYP. Col ML-
         4918. A--("6-eyes" labels; quietest copy I've seen) ........................................................................ 16.00
1641.*SZELL: Encore - Bartered Bride Dances; Capriccio Espagnole; Blue Danube Waltz; Pavane
         for a Dead Princess. CO. Epic BC-1291. A- .................................................................................. 12.00
1642. SZELL: Merry Overtures - Roman Carnival; Fledermaus; Fra Diavolo; Bartered Bride;
         Figaro; Gazza Ladra. CO. [mono-only issue] Epic LC-3506. A-- ................................................. 24.00
1643.*SZELL: Profile - Souvenir of the Cleveland Orchestra's First Transcontinental Tour.
         Individual movements (complete) from works of Walton, Prokofiev, Schubert,
         Tchaikovsky, Beethovem & Dvorak; Polovetsian Dances. CO. Epic PBC-1. A--
         (superficial marks cause little or no sound) .................................................................................... 12.00
1644.*SZELL: Szell's Greatest Hits - Moldau; Blue Danube; Troika; Ride of Valkyries; Gazza
         Ladra; Figaro Ov; L'Arlesienne Farandole; Mendelssohn Wedding; Hary Musical Clock.
         CO. Col MS-7435. A-("2-eyes") .................................................................................................... 12.00
      SZELL: See also #590, 680, 1028-9, 1056, 1301, 1407, 1429-30, 1436, 1447, 1480, 1481.
1645. TALICH: Dvorak - Serenade for Strings. Prague Soloists Orch. [Chamber Ens of Prague
         Conservatory plays Dvorak Wind Serenade] Supraphon LPV-410. B(jacket repaired with
         tape) ................................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1646. TALICH: Dvorak - The Wood Dove; The Golden Spinning Wheel. CPO. Supraphon LPV-6.
         B+ .................................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1647. TALICH: Mozart - Symphony #39. Benda - Symphony in B. CPO. Supraphon 0 10 2003. A-
         (blank cover) ................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1648. TALICH: Mozart - Violin Concerto #4 (Novak). ANCERL: Mozart - Bassoon Concerto
         (Bidlo). CPO in both. Parliament PLP-104. A-(neat tape repair of jacket) ................................... 12.00
1649. TALICH: Smetana - Ma Vlast. CPO. Heritage HCN-8001/2(2). A- to A(lovely British
         pressings) ........................................................................................................................................ 20.00
1650. TALICH: Smetana - Ma Vlast; Prelude to Libuse. Dvorak - Symphonies #6 & #7; Polonaise fr
         Rusalka; Polonaise in E-flat; Waltz in A. Suk - Fairy-Tale Suite (1st mvmt). Kovarovic -
         Havirska Polka. Vilem Blodek - Overture to "In the Wells." CPO. [rec 1929-40; former
         owner provided original 78-rpm discographic data for the more arcane items here; VERY
         obscure set!] Supraphon 10 1731-35(5). A- .................................................................................... 75.00
1651. TALICH: Wagner - Tristan Prelude & Liebestod; Smetana - Prague Carnival (Prague Radio;
         broadcasts, 1953). Dvorak - Midday Witch (CPO; 1954 concert). [notes Czech & German
         only] Panton 01 0241. A- ................................................................................................................ 25.00
1652. TOSCANINI: Bach - Brandenburg Concerto #2 (1938); Passacaglia & Fugue in c (1947).
         Rossini - Sonata #3 for Strings (1952). Vivaldi - Concerto Grosso, Op.3/#11 (1954). NBC
         Sym. [concert performances] Movimento Musica 01 025. A- to A(lovely Italian
         pressings!) ....................................................................................................................................... 18.00
1653. 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- ............................................................................... 20.00
1654. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies. NBC Sym. Novotna; Thorborg; Peerce;
         Moscona; Westminster Choir (in 9th). [The live broadcast 1939 cycle; terrific
         performances in very satisfactory sound; this copy INCLUDES the illustrated notes
         booklet, with essays by C.J.Luten, Alan Orff, etc., which is so often missing] Olympic
         ATS-1120/7(7). A- .......................................................................................................................... 75.00
LP's : Conductors - continued
1655. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies (complete). Farrell; Merriman; Peerce;
         Scott; Shaw Chorale (in 9th); NBC Symphony. [The initial deluxe Limited Edition issue
         (this copy is #422); in very sturdy 78-rpm-style album (in fine condition, just minor wear
         in the seams where it opens) with bas-relief Toscanini medallion on front and 22-page
         bound-in booklet. Because the style of the album left the records exposed at the top
         without inner sleeves, the original records in copies of this set are inevitably found with
         abrasions. I have thus replaced them with excellent copies of later pressings (all with plum-
         dog labels), but will include the originals as well, if the winning bidder would like me to
         do so. The original, scarce edition of an iconic set.] RCA LM-6900(7). A-(occ lgt blems
         cause little sound).......................................................................................................................... 150.00
1656. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Missa Solemnis. Marshall; Merriman; Cooley; Hines;
         Toscanini/NBC Sym; Shaw Chorale. [handsome box with stenciled cover, painting insert
         - all pristine] [early labels] RCA LM-6013(2). A--(fine copy for this earliest pressing) ............... 32.00
1657. TOSCANINI: Brahms - Piano Concerto #1 (Horowitz; 1935); Piano Concerto #2 (Casadesus;
         1936). NYP. [Live concert performances; in plain jacket, but with illustrated, typewritten
         cover page; test pressing with hand-written labels] Arturo Toscanini Society ATS-
         112/113(2). A- ................................................................................................................................. 75.00
1658. TOSCANINI: Catalani - Prelude to La Wally; Dance of the Water Nymphs. Bizet - Carmen
         Suite. Weber - Oberon Overture. Herold - Zampa Overture. Humperdinck - Hansel &
         Gretel Overture. NBC Sym. [These are identified as concert performances, but no dates are
         provided] dell'Arte DA-9010. A- to A ............................................................................................ 16.00
1659. TOSCANINI: Dukas - Sorcerer's Apprentice. Saint-Saens - Danse Macabre. Smetana - The
         Moldau. NBC Sym. [early labels] RCA LM-1118. A-(VERY fine copy for early-label
         pressing) .......................................................................................................................................... 18.00
1660. TOSCANINI: Dvorak - Symphony #9. NBC. RCA LM-1778. A-(early labels; fine copy!)................ 16.00
1661. TOSCANINI: Elgar - Enigma Variations. Brahms - Haydn Variations. NBC. [SD labels] RCA
         LM-1725. A- ................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1662. TOSCANINI: His farewell concert with the New York Philharmonic: January 13, 1945.
         HAYDN - Symphony #101. RESPIGHI - Pines of Rome. WAGNER - Siegfried's Death &
         Funeral Music. WEBER - Euryanthe Overture. Also: Schubert Symphony #8 from October
         14, 1939 broadcast. Discocorp ATRA-3009(2). A- ........................................................................ 14.00
1663. TOSCANINI: Mendelssohn - Octet for Strings (arranged for string orchestra). Schubert -
         Symphony #5. NBC. [SD labels] RCA LM-1869. A- .................................................................... 16.00
1664. TOSCANINI: Overtures of BRAHMS (Academic Festival; Tragic); CHERUBINI (Ali Baba;
         Anacreon; Medea); CIMAROSA (Secret Marriage; Marriage by Trickery); MOZART
         (Magic Flute; Don Giovanni; Figaro); ROSSINI (Italiana; Siege of Corinth); GLUCK
         (Iphegenia in Aulis). NBC Sym. [All from concert broadcasts except Siege] RCA LM-
         7026(2). A-(WD labels, sds 1/4; SD labels, sds 2/3) ...................................................................... 25.00
1665. TOSCANINI: Schubert - Symphony #9. NBC. [SD labels] A- ............................................................ 16.00
1666. TOSCANINI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. NBC Symphony. [PL; 1S/1S] RCA VIC-1268.
         A-         12.00
1667. TOSCANINI: Tchaikovsky - The Tempest; Romeo & Juliet. Mussorgsky - Khovantschina
         Prelude. Liadov - Kikimora. NBC Sym. [Live, 1944, 1953, 1953 & 1952] dell'Arte DA-
         9014. FS .......................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1668. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1037: Mendelssohn - Overture; Adagio & Lento from
         Quintet; Midsummer Night's Dream (complete incidental music; Phillips; Warner; Cho).
         NBC Sym. [complete concert of November 1, 1947] A- ............................................................... 25.00
1669. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1042: HAYDN - Symphony #31 ("Hornsignal;"
         (10/19/38). BACH - Brandenburg Concerto #2 (Mischakoff; Wummer; Bloom; Baker;
         10/19/38). VIVALDI - Concerto Grosso in d, Op.3, #11 (Mischakoff; Bachmann; Miller;
         3/14/54). All NBC Sym; concert performances. A- ....................................................................... 25.00
1670. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1047: FRANCK - Les Eolides. MUSSORGSKY -
         Khovantchina Prelude. WEBER - Invitation to the Dance. TCHAIKOVSKY - Romeo &
         Juliet. NBC Sym. [Romeo from concert of March 21, 1953; rest from December 13, 1953]
         A- .................................................................................................................................................... 25.00
LP's : Conductors - continued
1671. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1055/59: ATS 1973 EDITION (5-record set):
         WAGNER - Faust Overture (10-27-46). BERLIOZ - Harold in Italy (Primrose; 10-27-46);
         Francs Juges Overture & Damnation of Faust, Scene 7 (Harrell; Moscona; Wilhousky
         Cho; 4-5-41). FRANCK - Symphony (3-24-46). HAYDN - Symphonies #92 (3-19-44) &
         #98 (1-22-38). RAVEL - La Valse (4-27-40) Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2 (11-19-49).
         GRIEG - Holberg Suite (4-27-40). ELGAR - Introduction & Allegro (4-20-40).
         VAUGHAN-WILLIAMS - Tallis Fantasia (11-18-45). NBC Symphony. A-(very minor
         box scuffs) ....................................................................................................................................... 85.00
1672. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1071/74 (four-record set): GIUSEPPI MARTUCCI
         (1856-1909) - Symphonies #1 (11-26-38) & #2 (3-30-40); Piano Concerto #2 (Giacco
         d'Atilli; 1-20-46); Novelletta & Notturno, Op.6, #1 & 2 (10-15-38); La Canzone dei
         Ricordi; Poemmetto Lirico (Castagna, mezzo-soprano; 3-29-41); Danza (Tarantella)(2-19-
         38). NBC Sym. [all are concert performances] FS!........................................................................ 50.00
1673. TOSCANINI: A Toscanini Omnibus. Overtures to Don Pasquale, Forza, Oberon, Euryanthe,
         Freischutz, Mignon, Poet & Peasant, Hansel & Gretel and La Wally. Berlioz - Queen Mab;
         Rakoczy March. Catalani - Dance of the Water Nymphs. Bizet - Carmen Suite. Glinka -
         Kamarinskaya. NBC Sym. [With 14-page booklet including many terrific photos - mostly
         of Toscanini relaxing rather than conducting; very nice presentation in box with framed
         cut-out revealing fine print of Toscanini portrait; pristine copy] [SD labels] RCA LM-
         6026(2). A- ...................................................................................................................................... 32.00
1674. TOSCANINI: Acoustic Recordings with La Scala Orchestra, 1920-21. Short works of
         Donizetti, Mendelssohn(2), Berlioz, Bizet(2), Massenet, Wolf-Ferrari, Galilei, Pizzetti,
         Mozart(2), Beethoven (2). [Half-speed remastering] Italian RCA VL-46024. A- to A(slight
         jacket flaws) .................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1675. TOSCANINI: Concert of May 3, 1938: Wagner - Faust & Tannhauser Overtures; Siegfried's
         Rhine Journey; Lohengrin Act 1 & Act 3 Preludes; Parsifal Prelude; Ride of Valkyries.
         Plus: Flying Dutchman Overture from concert of February 26, 1938. NBC Symphony. [in
         plain jacket, but with illustrated, typewritten cover page; test pressing with hand-written
         labels] Arturo Toscanini Society ATS-116/117(2). A- ................................................................... 75.00
1676. TOSCANINI: In Rehearsal: La Traviata, Finale of Act II. NBC Sym. [1946; approximately
         50 minutes] Relief 812. A- .............................................................................................................. 25.00
1677. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Conducts Wagner. Tristan Prelude & Liebestod. Meistersinger:
         Preludes to Acts 1 & 3. Lohengrin: Preludes to Acts 1 & 3. Parsifal: Prelude & Good
         Friday Spell. Gotterdammerung: Dawn & Siegfried's Rhine Journey; Funeral Music.
         Siegfried Idyll. NBC Symphony. [in handsome box with stunning gold "medallion" cover;
         this copy absolutely pristine] [SD labels] RCA LM-6020(2). A- ................................................... 32.00
1678. TOSCANINI: Virtuoso Showpieces. Kodaly - Marosszek Dances. Paganini - Moto Perpetuo.
         Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsody #1. Smetana - Bartered Bride Overture. Nicolai - Merry
         Wives of Windsor Overture. Mendelssohn - Midsummer Night's Dream Overture. Brahms
         - Hungarian Dance #1. NBC Symphony. [Live concert performances, 1938-48; in plain
         jacket, but with illustrated, typewritten cover page; test pressing with hand-written labels]
         Arturo Toscanini Society ATS-107. A- .......................................................................................... 50.00
      TOSCANINI: See also #114, 320, 321, 666-9, 678-9, 692-3, 711, 790, 843, 874, 901, 1434.
1679. VAN KEMPEN: Verdi - Two Choruses from Nabucco. Netherlands Radio Chorus & Opera
         Choir. [scarce 7-inch 45-RPM DISC; demo copy] Philips 312 085. B+ ....................................... 15.00
1680. WALTER: Brahms - Academic Festival Overture; Haydn Variations. Smetana - The Moldau.
         Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. NYP. [Limited edition bonus record available only to members
         of the Columbia Record Club, c.1954; with red "6-eyes" labels] Columbia CB-5. A--(spine
         has tape repair) ................................................................................................................................ 25.00
1681.*WALTER: Mahler - Symphony #9. Col Sym. Odyssey Y2-30308(2). A- .......................................... 10.00
1682. WALTER: Mozart - Symphony #25 & #28. Col Sym. [mono-only; 1954] Col ML-5002. A-
         ("6-eyes") ........................................................................................................................................ 18.00
1683. WALTER: Rehearses Beethoven Symphonies #4, #7 & #9. Col Sym. [January & February,
         1958] Col WZ-3. B+("6-eyes" demo copy) .................................................................................... 16.00
1684. WALTER: Schubert - Symphony #5 & #8. Col Sym (#5); NYP (#8). Col ML-5618. A-("6-
         eyes" labels) .................................................................................................................................... 12.00
LP's : Conductors - continued
1685. WALTER: Strauss - Don Juan; Death & Transfiguration. NYP. [blue labels] Col ML-4650. B ......... 12.00
      WALTER: See also #41, 106, 206, 685, 1012, 1452, 1453, 1475, 1503.
1686. ZECCHI: Haydn - Symphony #100 (ACO). Schubert - Symphony #5 (Vienna Sym). Philips
         A-00342 L. A- ................................................................................................................................. 12.00

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