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					                     POLYPHONY
                             Post Office Box #515
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                        Lawrence H. Jones, Proprietor

                              Auction Catalog #108
                                 [Closing March 2nd, 2009]
Dear Fellow Record Collectors -

                         WELCOME TO THE ONLINE VERSION
                      OF POLYPHONY’S AUCTION CATALOG #108!
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 Monday, March 2nd,2009.
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 Monday, March 2nd, 2009 (actually 9:00 a.m. CDT Tuesday 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 Monday, January 5th. 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
$32.00 for the first LP or tape, and $2.50 for each additional. Canadian insured air mail rates
are $25.00 (1st 3 items); $1.00 (each additional). For foreign parcels under four pounds, I will
also quote the less-expensive uninsured rate as an option on each invoice.

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; "A- to A" is used for the best foreign pressings and unusually fine American
ones.

       B    -       Records in the general category of B are in good condition. They will
have no serious scratches and will not suffer from breakup of the musical sound. A record
graded B+ will have no scratches and only minor surface noise. A grade of B or B-
indicates greater degrees of noise and may also involve 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      - 33
                   2-Track Tapes; Londons, Mercuries……..………            #  34      - 55
                   RCA’s; Misc Audiophile; Quadraphonic tapes…..       #  56       - 80
                   Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire & Chamber…        #  81     - 121
                   Collections, Pianists & Organists...………………          # 122      - 150
                   Conductors; Film; Miscellaneous Non-Classical …     # 151       - 168

Autograph List:    Nineteen autographs on LP's/books between listings. # 168 & 169

Books:             Mostly Operatic Subjects…………………………..                 #   169   -   199
                   Vocalists……………………………………………                           #   200   -   208
                   Books By & About Composers…………………….                  #   209   -   226
                   Books By & About Musicians………...……………                #   227   -   289
                   Books about Records and Recording………………              #   290   -   310
                   Miscellaneous Musical Subjects; Conductors.……..      #   311   -   340

LP’s:              Operas/Choral/Vocal: Complete; Exc; Collections..   # 341 - 606
                   Vocalists…………………………………………..                         # 607 - 768
                   Audiophile & Special Labels…………………...               # 769 - 1116
                           Angels…………………..            # 769 - 847
                           Londons ………………..           # 848 - 916
                           Mercury…………………             # 917 - 954
                           RCA…………………….               # 955 - 1038
                           Misc……………………..             #1039 - 1116
                   Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire…………….….          #1117 - 1278
                   Chamber Music; Collections………………….........          #1279 - 1358
                   Violin; Cello……………………………………...                      #1359 - 1427
                   Piano……………………………..…………..…..…                        #1428 - 1527
                   Conductors…………………………………………                          #1528 - 1738

DVD & Laser Disc: Opera, Violin, Cello, Piano & Conductors………… #1739 - 1763




         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. 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. If you
are interested in Barclay Crocker's specifically, here is where you will find them: #7,
11, 14, 20, 64, 65, 77-9, 81, 87, 93-4, 104-5, 107-8, 114, 117-8, 119, 121-2, 126, 136,
141-2, 146, 150, 155 & 156. 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 & Vocal Repertoire
1.*BELLINI: I Puritani. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Ghiaurov; Bonynge/LSO. [D]
      London Q-413111(3). (NL) ..............................................................................     16.00
2.*BERG: Wozzeck. Lear; Fischer-Dieskau; Wunderlich; Stolze; Bohm/Berlin
      Opera. DGG DGP-8991(2). .............................................................................       16.00
3.*BERLIOZ: Damnation of Faust. Gedda; Bastin; Veasey; Van Allan;
      Davis/LSO; LSO Cho; Ambrosian Singers. [D; NL]. Philips R-43042(3). ....                                    20.00
4.*BIZET: Carmen. Troyanos; Domingo; Te Kanawa; Van Dam; Burrowes;
      Berbie; Roux; Solti/LPO; Alldis Cho. London OSAO-13115-U-TP(3). .......                                     25.00
5.*DONIZETTI: Maria Stuarda. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Tourangeau; Morris;
      Soyer; Bonynge/Orch del Teatro Comunale di Bologna. [D] London
      OSAO-13117-U-TP(3). (includes libretto).......................................................              24.00
6.*GILBERT & SULLIVAN: The Mikado. Nash/RPO; D'Oyly Carte Cho. [D;
      NL] London I-412103(2). .................................................................................   18.00
7.*HANDEL: 4 Coronation Anthems. Willcocks/ECO; King's College Cho. [D;
      BC; 395 made] Argo E-5369. ...........................................................................      15.00
8.*HANDEL: Judas Maccabaeus. Davies; Palmer; Baker; Shirley-Quirk; Keyte;
      Esswood; Mackerras/ECO. [D] Archiv AR-3652-108(3). (with libretto) .....                                    20.00
9.*HANDEL: Messiah. Harper; Watts; Wakefield; Shirley-Quirk; Davis/LSO;
      Cho. Philips PTR-3992(3). ...............................................................................   20.00
10.*HANDEL: Saul. McIntyre; Davies; Bowman; Price; Armstrong; Winfield;
      Mackerras/ECO; London Festival Cho. [D] Archiv R-41014(3). (NL) ......                                      20.00
Open Reel's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
11.*JANACEK: The Cunning Little Vixen. Hajossyova; Novak; Frydlewicz;
      Prusa; Soucek; Neumann/CPO & Cho. [D; BC; one of the scarcest of the
      BC tapes - only 131 copies made] ProArte P-2012(2). .................................... 40.00
12.*MOZART: Die Gartnerin aus Liebe Donath; Norman; Troyanos; Prey;
      Hollweg; Unger; Cotrubas; Schmidt-Isserstedt/NDR Orch & Cho. [D]
      Philips R-3039(4).............................................................................................. 32.00
13.*MOZART: Don Giovanni. Arroyo; Te Kanawa; Freni; Burrows;
      Davis/ROHCG. [D; NL] Phil V-47022(4). ..................................................... 20.00
14.*MOZART: Requiem. Cotrubas; Watts; Tear; Shirley-Quirk; Marriner/ASMF.
     [D; BC; 443 made] Argo 876. .......................................................................... 14.00
15.*PALESTRINA: Missa Papae Marcelli; 8 Motets. Schrems/Regensburg
      Cathedral Cho. Archiv ARC-3182. .................................................................. 14.00
16.*PENDERECKI: St. Luke Passion; Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima.
      Woytowicz; Ladysz; Hiolski; Herdegen; Czyz/Cracow Phil; Cho. [3 3/4
      ips; NL] Philips PTF-2901(2). .......................................................................... 12.00
17.*PONCHIELLI: La Gioconda. Cerquetti; Siepi; Simionato; Bastianini;
      Gavazzini/MMF. Lon LOR-90004(3)............................................................. 24.00
18.*PUCCINI: Madame Butterfly. Freni; Pavarotti; Ludwig; Kerns;
      Karajan/VPO. [D; NL] Lon R-413110(3). ..................................................... 18.00
19.+PURCELL: Indian Queen. Clark; Glover; Rowlands; Bernard/London Ch
      Or; Singers. Music Guild 124. ........................................................................ 12.00
20.*SCHUBERT: Rosamunde (complete incidental music). Montgomery;
      Kuhn/RIAS Sinfonietta; Cho. [D; BC; Digital; only 167 copies made!]
      ProArte F-0106. (first copy of this I've had in eight years) .............................. 32.00
21.*SCHUMANN: Faust (Scenes). Fischer-Dieskau; Harwood; Shirley-Quirk;
      Pears; Vyvyan; Palmer; Britten/ECO. [D; NL] London D-412100(2). (box
      has minor tape repair) ....................................................................................... 16.00
22.*VERDI: Falstaff. Fischer-Dieskau; Ligabue; Resnik; Sciutti; Stolze;
      Bernstein/VPO. Col M3Q-880(3). ................................................................. 18.00
23.*VERDI: Luisa Miller. Caballe; Milnes; Pavarotti; Giaiotti; Van Allan;
      Reynolds; Maag/National Phil; London Opera Cho. [D] London OSAO-
      13114-U-TP(3). (includes libretto) ................................................................... 25.00
24.*VERDI: Macbeth. Verrett; Cappuccilli; Domingo; Ghiaurov; Abbado/La
      Scala. [D] DG 2709-062-V-TP(3).................................................................... 24.00
25.*VERDI: Rigoletto. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Milnes; Tourangeau; Talvela; Te
      Kanawa; Bonynge/LSO; Cho. [D] London R-490225(3). .............................. 20.00
Open Reel's: Vocalists
26.*BUMBRY: "Casta Diva" - arias from Medea, Forza, Norma, Don Carlo,
      Gioconda, Andrea, Cav, Tosca, Macbeth. Ceccato/Bavarian Opera Orch.
      Angel L-36717. .................................................................................................   14.00
27. CARUSO: "Legendary Performer." Arias - Tosca(2), Rigoletto(2), Africana,
      Pag, Juive, Boheme, Aida, Gioconda, Carmen, Faust, Elisir, Martha,
      Xerxes, Trovatore. [D; Stockham digital restorations] RCA ERP1-1749-A. ..                                          12.00
28.*HORNE: Rossini - Scenes from Siege of Corinth(2); Donna del Lago.
      Lewis/RPO. [D] London L-490229. ................................................................                   12.00
29.*MINTON: Mahler - 4 Wunderhorn Songs; Songs of a Wayfarer. Solti/CSO.
      London L-90179. ..............................................................................................     12.00
30.*PAVAROTTI: Mattinata - Songs & arias by Caldara, Bellini, Durante,
      Giordani, Rossini, Gluck, Tosti(4), Donizetti, Leoncavallo & Beethoven.
      London 1R1-7618. ............................................................................................      12.00
31.*SILLS: Welcome to Vienna. Lehar, Korngold, Heuberger, Strauss,
       Sieczynski. Rudel/LPO. Audio L-2009. ........................................................                     12.00
32.*SILLS: Mozart Arias - Seraglio, Zaide, Vorrei Spiegarvi, K.418. Strauss -
      Amor, Breit uber mein Haupt; Daphne Monologue & Scene. Ceccato/LPO.
      Audio Treas M-2004. (first copy I've seen of this since 1991!) .......................                             16.00
33.*SUTHERLAND: Songs My Mother Taught Me. Dvorak, Mendelssohn, Del
      Riego, Massenet, Gounod, Nelson, Delibes (2), La Forge, Juncker, Hahn,
      Abt, Grieg, Worth, Liszt. Bonynge/NPO. [D] London L-426367...................                                      12.00

Open Reel's: 2-Track Classical Tapes
34. CAPITOL TWO-TRACK TAPE FLYER: Listing 25 Capitol two-track tapes
      (w/black-and-white box cover illustrations for all; inc 10 classical; highest
      number ZF-27, so earliest ones). [equivalent of 8 small pages] ......................... 5.00
35. RCA CC---8: BRAHMS - Symphony #1. Toscanini/NBC Symphony. ............. 45.00
36. RCA EC--52: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #9. Farrell; Peerce; Merriman;
      Scott; Toscanini/NBC Symphony; Shaw Chorale. [legendary recording in
      perhaps its most sought-after form] ................................................................ 100.00
37.*RCA GCS---6: BERLIOZ - Symphonie Fantastique. Munch/BSO. [Recorded
      November 1954; this two-track tape released among the second batch RCA
      issued, about May, 1956; on LP as LM-1900 (mono only) and never
      available in stereo on LP in U.S. until late 1980(!) on Gold Seal, except
      (maybe?!?) for the fabulously scarce LSC-1900, listed in an RCA catalog
      from the early 60's but apparently not actually released.] .............................. 135.00
Open Reel's: Londons
38.*CSO-6878-A: RAVEL - The Two Piano Concerti (Foster/LPO). Faure -
      Fantaisie (Fruhbeck de Burgos/LPO). De Larrocha (in all). [D; TAS
      9:96]] (minor box scuffs) ..................................................................................               12.00
39.*CSO-6981-A: STRAUSS - Alpine Symphony. Mehta/LAPO. [Minshull;
      Lock; still my favorite Alpine; spectacular!][D] ..............................................                            25.00
40.*L-80221: SCHOENBERG - Variations; Chamber Symphony. Mehta/LA
      Phil. ..................................................................................................................   18.00
41.*LCK-80070(2): BRAHMS - Piano Concerti #1 & #2. Katchen; Monteux(#1)
      & Ferencsik(#2)/LSO. .....................................................................................                 25.00
42.*LCK-80167(2): NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF SPAIN - Volumes #1 & 2.
      Works of Gimenez(3); Soutullo-Vert; Chueca; Chueca-Valverde(2);
      Guerrero; Luna(2); Guridi; Vives; Serrano; Chapi(2); Usandizaga.
      Fruhbeck de Burgos conducting.....................................................................                         25.00
43.*LCL-80004: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Tsar Saltan Suite; May Night
      Overture; Russian Easter Overture. Ansermet/OSR. ......................................                                    25.00
44.*LCL-80025: MOZART - Symphony #35 & #41. Krips/Israel Philharmonic.
      [this is the first copy I've ever seen of this recording, either on tape OR LP!]                                           35.00
45.*LCL-80064: GRIEG - Piano Concerto (Fjeldstad/LSO). FRANCK -
      Variations Symphoniques; LITOLFF - Scherzo from Concerto
      Symphonique #4 (Boult/LPO). Curzon in all. ................................................                                15.00
46.*LCL-80102: BORODIN - Symphonies #2 & 3; Prince Igor Overture.
      Ansermet/OSR. [TAS 65:154L] .....................................................................                          35.00
47.*LCL-80171: ADAM - Le Diable a Quatre. Bonynge/LSO. ................................                                          15.00
48.*LOH-90137(2): STRAUSS - Electra. Nilsson; Resnik; Collier; Krause;
      Stolze; Solti/VPO. [Fabulous sound: on my desert island list, and I'm not
      even an opera fan!] (includes libretto) ..............................................................                     20.00
49.*LOL-90028: WAGNER - Das Rheingold & Die Walkure (excerpts).
      Flagstad; London; Svanholm; Neidlinger; Edelmann; Solti/VPO. ..................                                            12.00
50.*R-490244(3): PUCCINI - Turandot. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Caballe;
      Ghiaurov; Krause; Pears; Mehta/LPO; Cho. [D; NL; TAS 73:140+149L] ...                                                      18.00

Open Reel's: London Phase-4 Stereo
51.*L-74088: BROADWAY BLOCKBUSTERS - Selections from West Side
      Story, South Pacific, Hello Dolly, Gypsy, Oliver, Wildcat, five more.
      Stanley Black/London Festival Orch & Chorus. ......................................... 12.00
52.*L-75004: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Capriccio Espagnole. TCHAIKOVSKY -
      Capriccio Italien. Black/London Festival Orch. [TAS 39:132]..................... 16.00
53.*L-75046: GRIEG - Peer Gynt Suite; Lyric Suite. Black/LSO. ........................... 12.00
Open Reel's: Mercuries
54.*G-75009: RESPIGHI - Ancient Airs & Dances, Suites #1 - 3.
      Dorati/Philharmonia Hungarica. [D; BC] [TAS 46:150-2; 54:159;
      65:158L; 690 copies duplicated] ...................................................................... 25.00
55.*ST-90310: BALALAIKA FAVORITES. Osipov State Russian Folk Orch.
     [TAS 45:152; 54:158+163; 73:146L] ................................................................ 45.00

Open Reel's: RCA's
56.+FTC-2082: DVORAK - Symphony #9. Toscanini/NBC. [One of RCA's three
      very early (and most successful, in my view) attempts at electronic stereo.] ..                                   24.00
57.*FTC-2196: ROUSSEL - Bacchus & Ariane, Suite #2. RAVEL - Daphnis &
      Chloe, Suite #2. Martinon/CSO. [Habig; Keville; Martinon's 1st CSO
      recording; one of only two he did in pre-renovation Orchestra Hall. The
      Roussel side of the LP issue is hard to find in a quiet pressing, hence a
      particular interest in this tape.] .........................................................................      35.00
58.*FTC-2209: NERO GOES POPS - Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue; Embraceable
      You; I Got Rhythm; 4 more. Fiedler/BPS. [Dellheim; Keville] (first copy
      of this I've had on tape) .....................................................................................   20.00
59.*FTC-3002(2): MAHLER - Das Lied von der Erde. Forrester; Lewis;
      Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS re LP issue on LSC-6087: 30:128;
      81:118-20; VERY scarce tape - first copy I've had in at least twenty years] .                                     75.00
60.*FTC-3007(2): PROKOFIEV - Symphony-Concerto For Cello & Orchestra.
      FAURE - Elegie for Cello & Orchestra. (Mayes in both). PROKOFIEV -
      Symphony #5. Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr/Layton] ..............................................                          35.00
61.*FTC-7002(2): PUCCINI - La Boheme. Moffo; Tucker; Costa; Merrill; Tozzi;
      Maero; Leinsdorf/Rome Opera. [Mohr; Layton; with LP-sized libretto] ......                                        30.00

Open Reel's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label
62.*COMMAND 4T-11022: THE CHRISTMAS ALBUM - Ten Carols played by
     Virgil Fox on the organ of the Church of St. Paul the Apostle, NYC. ............                                   14.00
63.*COMMAND RS-4T-882: DISCOTHEQUE, VOLUME 2. Enoch Light &
     The Light Brigade. ..........................................................................................      12.00
64.*DESMAR E-1014: STOLTZMAN (Clarinet) - Saint-Saens & Poulenc
     Sonatas; Honegger Sonatine; Debussy - Petite Piece, La Fille. Vallecillo,
     piano. [TAS 25:108; 59:118; D; BC; only 225 copies made] ..........................                                20.00
65.*DGG DGR-2531 202: PROKOFIEV - Alexander Nevsky. Obraztsova;
     Abbado/LSO. [Unidirectional tape to avoid crosstalk on very dynamic
     recording; D; BC; 302 copies made] (minor spine tape repair) .......................                               18.00
Open Reel's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label - continued
66.*DIRECT-TO-TAPE CRC-1006: BRAHMS PIANO MUSIC - Sonata in C,
      Op.1; Piano Pieces, Op.119; Variations on a Hungarian Song. Steigerwalt.
      [D; real-time duplicated; licensed from Centaur records] ................................                        25.00
67.*DIRECT-TO-TAPE DTR-8201: SONATAS FOR FLUTE & PIANO BY
      HAYDN (in g) and PROKOFIEV (Op.98). Linda Wetherill, flute;
      Anthony Saunders, piano. [D; duplicated in real time; rec 2/22/1982]..........                                   25.00
68.*DIRECT-TO-TAPE DTR-8207: CELLO & PIANO MUSIC. BACH - Sonata
      #2. DELIUS - Romance. FRANK BRIDGE - Sonata. Gloria Johns, cello;
      Davyd Booth, piano. [D; duplicated in real time; rec 3/29/1982] ...................                              25.00
69.*DIRECT-TO-TAPE DTR-8308: CLASSICAL MOODS WITH MERTINE
      JOHNS (mezzo-soprano) - Songs of Rorem(5), Wolf(4), Bellini (Tre
      Ariette) & Faure (Poeme d'un Jour). Jeffrey Brillhart, piano. [D;
      duplicated in real time; rec 5/5/1983] ...............................................................           25.00
70.*DIRECT-TO-TAPE DTR-8314: MADRIGALS & CHANSONS - Works of
      Monteverdi(3), Gesualdo, Morley(2), Gibbons, Jannequin, Passereau,
      Scandello, Killmayer, Senfl & Klein. Deibler/Music Group of
      Philadelphia. [dbx-encoded; decoder required; real-time duplicated;
      recorded 5/14/1983] ..........................................................................................   25.00
71.*DIRECT-TO-TAPE DTR-8315 15IPS: ROMANTIC MUSIC FOR FLUTE &
      GUITAR: Works of Luigi Legnani, Marinus de Jong & Benjamin Godard.
      Grycky, flute; Taggart, guitar. [dbx-encoded (need decoder); duplicated in
      real time; recorded 1983; 15-ips TAPE ON A 10.5-INCH REEL] ..................                                    50.00
72.*DIRECT-TO-TAPE TI-28: RAMEAU - Pieces de Clavecin en Concert (1st
      through 5th concerts). Boston Museum Trio. [D; licensed from Titanic
      Records; real-time duplicated; unidirectional recording] .................................                       25.00
73.*DIRECT-TO-TAPE TI-70: MARIN MARAIS - Suites #2 & #4; Fantaisie in
      b. Hsu, viola da gamba; Bagger, harpsichord; Davidoff, viola da gamba.
      [licensed from Titanic Records; dbx-encoded - requires decoder; real-time
      duplicated; unidirectional recording]................................................................            25.00
74.*DIRECT-TO-TAPE TI-75: ATTILIO ARIOSTI - Six Lessons for Viola
      d'Amore, Volume 1.. Joseph Ceo, viola d'amore; George Kent,
      harpsichord. [licensed from Titanic Records; dbx-encoded - requires
      decoder; real-time duplicated; unidirectional recording] .................................                       25.00
75.*DIRECT-TO-TAPE TI-96: CLAVICHORD MUSIC BY PASQUINI (three
      short works) and HAYDN (Sonatas, Hob. XVI:18, 20 & 44). Joan Benson,
      clavichord. [licensed from Titanic Records; dbx-encoded - requires decoder;
      real-time duplicated; unidirectional recording] ................................................                 25.00
76.*EVEREST STBR-3011: TCHAIKOVSKY - Francesca da Rimini; Hamlet.
      Stokowski/Stadium Symphony of New York (NYP). [The Francesca is
      one of the most hightly-regarded performances in the Everest series.] ...........                                24.00
Open Reel's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label - continued
77.*PHILIPS X-9500 399: SUPPE OVERTURES - Light Cavalry; Poet &
      Peasant; Morning, Noon & Night in Vienna; Pique Dame; Boccaccio;
      Galathea. Marriner/LPO. [dbx II Encoded: requires decoder; BC; only 225
      dbx-encoded copies made] ............................................................................... 20.00
78.*PHILIPS X-9500 563: RODRIGO - Concierto de Aranjuez for Guitar &
      Orchestra (Pepe Romero); Concierto Andaluz for Four Guitars & Orchestra
      (The Romeros). Marriner/ACO. [BC; DBX II encoded; requires decoder;
      only 193 copies made] ...................................................................................... 24.00
79.*SPECTRUM SPCX-176: CLEMENTI - Three Piano Sonatas (Op.26, #1;
      Op.34, #1; Op.40, #2). Maria Luisa Faini. [BC; dbxII Encoded: requires
      decoder; VERY scarce: only 108 copies made!] .............................................. 35.00

Open Reel's: Quadraphonic Tapes
80.*RCA ERQ1-QQ: MAHLER - Symphony #4. Levine/CSO. (box w/ugly tape
     repair; tape itself excellent) .............................................................................. 30.00

Open Reel's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire
81.*BACH: Six Concerti for Diverse Instruments. Marriner/ASMF. [D; BC; 431
     copies made] Argo M-820(2). ..........................................................................                    24.00
82.*BEETHOVEN: Symphony #5 & #8. Davis/BBC Sym. [D] Philips L-45462. ...                                                       12.00
83.*BEETHOVEN: Symphony #9; Choral Fantasy. Arroyo; Sarfaty; Scott; Di
     Virgilio (9th); Serkin (Fantasy); Bernstein/NYP; Cho. Col M2Q-1065(2). ..                                                 20.00
84.*BOLLING: Suite for Violin and Jazz Piano. Zukerman; Bolling. Col 1R1-
     6919. .................................................................................................................   12.00
85.*BUXTEHUDE: Four Sonatas for Violin, Viola da Gamba & Harpsichord,
     Op.1; Harpsichord Suite #12; Two Canzonettas for Regal. Brink;
     Davidoff; Pinkham. Music Guild 121. ...........................................................                           14.00
86.*COPLAND: Lincoln Portrait (Charlton Heston); Outdoor Overture; Our
     Town; Quiet City. Abravanel/Utah Sym. Van VTC-1668. (first copy of
     this I've had since 1990!) ..................................................................................             18.00
87.*GOTTSCHALK: Music for Piano 4-Hands & Pianos. Lewis; Werner; List.
     [D; BC; 370 made] Van D-71218.....................................................................                        16.00
88.*GOTTSCHALK: Symphony, "A Night in the Tropics;" Grand Tarantelle
     (Nibley, piano). GOULD: Latin-American Symphonette. Abravanel/Utah
     Sym. Vanguard VTC-1673...............................................................................                     15.00
89.*GROFE: Mississippi Suite; Grand Canyon Suite. Felix Slatkin/Hollywood
     Bowl Orch. Cap ZP-8347. ...............................................................................                   16.00
Open Reel's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
90.*MAHLER: Symphony # 8. Barker; Simon; Burrowes; Blackham; Hodgson;
      Mitchinson; Myers; Howell; Morris/Symphonica of London; 6 Choruses.
      RCA ERP2-0359-P-DP(2). ...............................................................................                       16.00
91.*MAHLER: Symphony #10 (version by Cooke). Ormandy/Phila. [1st
      recording; 3 3/4] Col H2M-7(2). ......................................................................                       10.00
92.*MAHLER: Symphony #9. Walter/Col Sym. Col M2Q-516(2). .........................                                                 20.00
93.*MOZART: Divertimenti K.136-138; Serenata Notturna. Marriner/ASMF.
      [D; BC; 497 made] Argo E-554. .....................................................................                          15.00
94.*MOZART: Divertimento, K.334; Notturno, K.286. Marriner/ASMF. [D; BC;
      396 copies made] Argo E-705. .........................................................................                       16.00
95.*MOZART: Early Symphonies, Vol 2 - #6, 7a, K.45a ("Alte Lambacher"), in G
      ("Neue Lambacher"). Marriner/ASMF. [D] Philips E-45853. .......................                                              12.00
96.*MOZART: Early Symphonies, Vol 3 - #8, 9, 42 (K.75) & 43 (K.76).
      Marriner/ASMF. [D] Philips E-45854. ..........................................................                               12.00
97.*MOZART: Early Symphonies, Vol 4 - #11, 45-47 (K.95-97).
      Marriner/ASMF. [D] Philips E-45855. ..........................................................                               12.00
98.*MOZART: Early Symphonies, Vol 5 - #13-#16. Marriner/ASMF. [D]
      Philips E-45856. ...............................................................................................             12.00
99.*MOZART: Early Symphonies, Vol 6 - #12, 17 & 19; Andantino.
      Marriner/ASMF. [D] Philips E-45857. ..........................................................                               12.00
100.*MOZART: Early Symphonies, Vol 7 - #18 & 20. Marriner/ASMF. [D]
      Philips E-45858. ...............................................................................................             12.00
101.*MOZART: Early Symphonies, Vol 8 - K.E.141a; K.208/102; K.111/120;
      K.196/121; K.45. Marriner/ASMF. [D] Philips E-45859. .............................                                           12.00
102.*MOZART: Serenade # 6 ("Serenata Notturna") & #9 ("Posthorn.")
      Bohm/BPO. DGG L-3082. ..............................................................................                         14.00
103.*MOZART: Serenade #10. Bohm/BPO Winds DGG L-3136. ..........................                                                   12.00
104.*MOZART: The Four Horn Concerti. Baumann(natural horn);
      Harnoncourt/Concentus Musicus, Vienna. [D; BC; 416 copies made]
      Telefunken E-641272. ......................................................................................                  15.00
105.*RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Antar. IPPOLITOV-IVANOV: Caucasian
      Sketches. GLIERE: Russian Sailor's Dance. Abravanel/Utah Sym. [D; BC;
      661 copies made] Van D-10060. ......................................................................                         14.00
106.*RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Scheherazade. Ormandy/Phila. RCA ERP1-0028-
      C. .......................................................................................................................   15.00
107.*RODRIGO: Concierto de Aranjuez (Pepe Romero); Concierto Andaluz for
      4 Guitars (The Romeros). Marriner/ASMF. [D; BC; 529 copies made]
      Philips G-9500 563. ..........................................................................................               16.00
108.*STRAVINSKY: Pulcinella Suite. RAVEL: Le Tombeau de Couperin.
      Zaliouk/London Mozart Players. [D; BC; 325 copies made] Unicorn D-
      0253. .................................................................................................................      15.00
Open Reel's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
109.*TCHAIKOVSKY: 1812 Overture; Marche Slave; Capriccio Italien.
      Bernstein/NYP. Col MQ-574. .........................................................................               14.00
110.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Manfred Symphony. Tilson Thomas/LSO. Col 1R1-
      7218. (minor box dent) .....................................................................................       11.00
111.*TELEMANN: Overture in D; Oboe Concerto (Koch; Bottcher/Hamburg
      Telemann Soc Ch Orch); Sonata a 4 (Hamburg Telemann Soc
      Camerata Instrumentale). Archiv C-3224. ...................................................                        12.00
112.*TELEMANN: Water-Music; Suite #6 for Oboe, Violin & Continuo;
      Concerto #3 for Flute, Harpsichord & Continuo; Trio Sonata for Oboe,
      Harpsichord & Continuo. Nuremberg Ch Ens. Archiv ARC-3198. ..............                                          12.00
113.*VIVALDI: Four Concerti for Festive Occasions. Toso, violin; Scimone/I
      Solisti Veneti. Col MQ-781. ............................................................................           12.00
114.*WEILL: Symphonies #1 & #2. Bertini/BBC Sym. [D; BC; only 203 copies
      duplicated] Argo F-755.....................................................................................        18.00

Open Reel's: Chamber Music
115.*BEETHOVEN: Sonatas for Violin & Piano (complete). Perlman;
      Ashkenazy. [This is the first copy of this I've ever had. The three reels (5-
      LP equivalent) are in a blank box with only a short Xeroxed insert showing
      the programming order. This is a late Stereotape issue, with computer-
      printed labels; I suspect that this was one of the very last, and was indeed
      issued with only the blank box and nothing else] London CSAO-2501(5). ....                                         35.00
116.*BLOCH: Quartet #5. HINDEMITH: Quartet #3, Op.22. Fine Arts Quartet.
      Concertapes 4T-5008. .......................................................................................       16.00
117.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op.74,#3; Op.76,#3. Berg Quartet. [D; BC; 359 copies
      made] Telefunken E-641302. ...........................................................................             16.00
118.*HOLZBAUER (1711-1783): Notturni #1 - 3; Quintet in G. Winterthur
      Baroque Quintet. [D; BC; only 113 copies made!] Spectrum D-108. ...........                                        35.00
119.*JANACEK: String Quartets #1 & 2. Janacek Quartet. [D; BC; one of the
      scarcest of the Barclay-Crockers - only 158 copies made!] Quintessence E-
      7193. 32.00
120.*POULENC: Sonata for Clarinet & Bassoon; Trio for Piano, Oboe &
      Bassoon. VILLA-LOBOS: Duo for Oboe & Bassoon; Fantaisie Concertante
      for Clarinet, Bassoon & Piano. Soni Ventorum Wind Quintet. [D; BC]
      MHS C-3187. ....................................................................................................   25.00
121.*SCHUBERT: "Trout" Quintet. Peter Serkin; Schneider Ch Ens. [D; BC;
      461 copies made] Van D-71145. ......................................................................               16.00
Open Reel's: Collections
122.*18TH CENTURY CONCERTI FOR: HARPS & STRINGS: Works of
       Vivaldi, Albrechtsberger, Handel & Bach. New York Harp Ens;
       Valante/Orch. [D; BC; 428 copies made] MHS C-3320. ...............................                                      16.00
123.*FESTIVAL OF MARCHES: Coronation, Toreadors, Aida, Radetzky, Love
       for 3 Oranges, Stars & Stripes, Militaire, Turkish, Pomp & Circumstance
       #1, Meadowlands, Funeral March of a Marionette; American Salute.
       Ormandy/Phila. Col MQ-572. ........................................................................                     16.00
124.*FOOTLIFTERS: A Century of American Marches. Sousa(6), Ives(2),
       Fillmore, Reeves, Huffline, Joplin, Alford, Evans. Schuller/Columbia All-
       Star Band. Col 1R1-6435. ...............................................................................                15.00
125. P. D. Q. BACH: Concerto for Horn & Hardart; Iphigenia in Brooklyn;
       Sinfonia Concertante, S.98.6. Peter Schickele, oncarina; Robert Lewis,
       left-handed sewer flute; Mester/Ch Orch. Vanguard VTC-1716. ..................                                          16.00
126.*ROMANTIC MUSIC PIANO 4-HANDS: Liszt Grand Valse; Wagner
       Polonaise; Onslow Sonata; Balakirev Suite. Boldrey; Buccheri. [D; BC;
       only 254 copies made] Spectrum D-113. .........................................................                         18.00
127.*ROMEO & JULIET: Berlioz' Love Scene; Tchaikovsky's Overture; Excerpts
       from Prokofiev's ballet. Ozawa/SFSO. [One of only a couple of recordings
       the young Ozawa made in San Francisco, 1972] [D] DGG L-43308. .............                                             16.00
128.*SACRED CHORAL MUSIC: Glorias by Handel, Haydn (from Mass in Time
       of War & Missa Sanctae Caecilae), Mozart, Liszt, Bach (frMass in b &
       Christmas Oratorio) & Bruckner. Misc DGG artists. DGG DGC-6491.........                                                 14.00
129.*SWITCHED ON BACH: Brandenburg Concerto #3; 2-Part Inventions;
       Preludes & Fugues #2 & 7; Jesu; Wachet Auf; Air; Sinfonia to Cantata #29.
       Walter Carlos, Moog Synthesizer. [Classic, of course] Col MQ-1042. .........                                            14.00

Open Reel's: Pianists
130.*BRENDEL: Mozart Concerto #19 & #23. Marriner/ASMF. [D] Philips L-
      45283. ...............................................................................................................   12.00
131.*DE LARROCHA: Albeniz - Iberia; Cantos de Espana; Navarra. [D] London
      K-42235(2). ......................................................................................................       16.00
132.*GOULD: Beethoven (arr. Liszt) - Symphony #5. Col MQ-983. (first copy of
      this I've seen on tape) ........................................................................................         18.00
133.*HOROWITZ: "Horowitz in Concert." Haydn - Sonata in F. Schumann -
      Blumenstuck. Scriabin - Sonata #10. Debussy - Isle Joyeuse. Mozart -
      Sonata #11. Liszt - Vallee d'Obermann. Chopin - Nocturne & Mazurka.
      [from 1966 Carnegie Hall recitals] Col M2Q-889(2).......................................                                 16.00
Open Reel's: Pianists - continued
134.*HOROWITZ: "Horowitz on Television." Chopin - Ballade; Polonaise;
      Nocturne. Scarlatti - 2 Sonatas. Schumann - Arabesque; Traumerei.
      Scriabin - Etude in d#. Horowitz - "Carmen" Variations. Col MQ-988. .........                                            12.00
135.*HOROWITZ: "The Sound of Horowitz" - Schumann - Kinderscenen;
      Toccata. Scarlatti - 3 Sonatas. Scriabin - 2 Etudes; Poem. Schubert -
      Impromptu, Op.90, #3. Col MQ-519. ...............................................................                        12.00
136.*KRAUS: "Fantasies" - Haydn (in C); Mozart (in d); Schubert ("Wanderer");
      Bach - Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue in d. [D; BC; 328 copies made] Van E-
      25003. ...............................................................................................................   15.00
137.*KRAUS: Mozart Concerti Vol 1: #12, 18, 20, 23, 24, 26. Simon/Vienna
      Fest Or. [3 3/4] Epic E3C-850(3). ...................................................................                    12.00
138.*KRAUS: Mozart Concerti Vol 2: #8, 9, 11, 17, 19 & 22. Simon/Vienna Fest
      Or. [3 3/4] Epic E3C-851(3). ...........................................................................                 12.00
139.*KRAUS: Mozart Concerti Vol 3: #1 - 6; #25. Simon/Vienna Festival Orch.
      [3 3/4] Epic E3C-863(3). ..................................................................................              12.00
140.*KRAUS: Mozart Concerti Vol 4: #13-16, 21 & 27. Simon/Vienna Fest Or.
      [3 3/4] Epic E3C-864(3). ..................................................................................              12.00
141.*KRAUS: Schubert - Sonata in a (Op.42) & A (Op.120). [D; BC; 241 copies
      made] Van D-10074. ........................................................................................              16.00
142.*LOWENTHAL: Gershwin - Concerto in F; Rhapsody in Blue.
      Abravanel/Utah Sym, who also perform An American in Paris. [D; BC;
      1003 copies made] Van E-10017......................................................................                      14.00
143.*MATTHEWS: Mozart Concerto #20 & #24; Sonatas K.310 & K.333.
      Swarowsky/VSOO. Vanguard VTP-1608(2). (this is the first copy of this
      tape I've seen) ...................................................................................................      25.00
144.*POLLINI: Chopin - Twenty-Four Preludes, Op.28; Seven Polonaises. [D]
      DGG ST-803-K-DP(2). ....................................................................................                 20.00
145.*SERKIN: Beethoven Concerto #2. Mozart Concerto #27. Ormandy/Phila.
      Col MQ-792. .....................................................................................................        12.00
146.*WILD: The Daemonic Liszt. Waltzes fr Gounod's Faust; Reminiscences of
      Robert le Diable & Don Giovanni; Gnomenreigen; Mephisto Waltz &
      Polka. [D; BC; 469 copies made] Van D-10041. .............................................                               21.00
Open Reel's: Organ
147.*BIGGS: Mozart - The 17 Festival Sonatas for Organ & Orchestra.
      Rozsnyai/Col Sym. Organ of Stadfarrkirche, Eisenstadt, Austria. Col MQ-
      799. ...................................................................................................................   14.00
148.*CHORZEMPA: Bach - Passacaglia & Fugue in c; Toccata & Fugue in d;
      Preludes & Fugues in D & a. [Organ of Our Lady, Breda] Philips L-45214. ..                                                 12.00
149.*DURUFLE: (Maurice & Marie-Madeleine): Bach - Preludes & Fugues in G,
      a, B-flat & d; Toccata & Fugue in F; Fantasia & Fugue in a. Organ of
      Soissons Cathedral. Angel L-36507. ................................................................                        15.00
150.*HERRICK: "Marches Heroic & Triumphant." Works of Walton, Sigfrid
      Karg-Elert, Ireland, Leon Boellmann, Sir Alfred Herbert Brewer, Alexandre
      Guilmant, Sir Walter Alcock, Edwin Henry Lemare. [D; BC; only 228
      copies made] MHS D-3855. .............................................................................                     18.00

Open Reel's: Conductors
151.*BERNSTEIN: Plays for Young People: Sorcerer's Apprentice; Incredible
      Flutist; Bald Mountain; William Tell. NYP. Col MQ-878. .............................                                       14.00
152.*FIEDLER: "A Salute to Disney" - Music from Robin Hood, Mary Poppins,
      Snow White, Song of the South & The Happiest Millionaire. BPS. [3 3/4
      ips] Polydor 1R1-6162. .....................................................................................               10.00
153. FURTWANGLER: Brahms - Symphony #1. BPO [Concert performance:
      February 10, 1952, Titania-Palast, Berlin. Magnificent despite mono
      sound!] DGG 2530 744-A. ...............................................................................                    40.00
154.*KOSTELANETZ: Exotic Nights. Works of Guarnieri, Hovhaness, Miyagi,
      Albeniz, Mussorgsky & Gottschalk. His Orch. Col CQ-883. .........................                                          15.00
155.*MARRINER: Folksong Arrangements for Orchestra. (Vaughan Williams
      Folk Song Suite; Greensleeves; 9 more arr. Pearson & Hazell). ASMF. [D;
      BC; 312 copies made] Argo F-931. ..................................................................                        12.00
156.*MARRINER: Mozart - Symphony #32; Sinfonia Concertante K.364; Eine
      Kleine Nachtmusik. ASMF. [D; BC; 611 copies made] Argo E-679. .............                                                17.00
157.*ORMANDY: Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition; Night on Bald
      Mountain. Phila. Col MQ-1013. ......................................................................                       12.00
158.*STOKOWSKI: Falla - El Amor Brujo (Verrett). Wagner - Tristan Love
      Music. Phila. Col MQ-309. ..............................................................................                   18.00
159.*STOKOWSKI: Khachaturian - Symphony #2. Symphony of the Air. United
      Art MUA-8002. (my only other copy sold for $37 in 1991) ............................                                       25.00
160.*WALTER: Schubert - Symphony #9. Columbia Symphony. [The scarcest
      of the Walter Columbia tapes, in my experience - this is the first copy I've
      had in at least 20 years!] Col MQ-467. ............................................................                        25.00
Open Reel's: Film Music
161.*MONDO CANE: (Ortolani; Oliviero). United Art MUA-5105. ..................... 16.00
162.*THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN ARM: (Elmer Bernstein). Decca ST7-
      8257. ................................................................................................................. 20.00

Open Reel's: Miscellaneous Non-Classical
163.*BURT BACHRACH: Reach Out. A&M OR-4131. .........................................                                     12.00
164.*CHER: Foxy Lady-Cher. Kapp KST-5514-C. .................................................                             12.00
165.*DAVE BRUBECK: Plays Bernstein Plays Brubeck. Col CQ-332. ...................                                         20.00
166.*FELIX SLATKIN/HIS STRINGS: Inspired Themes from the Inspired
      Films (El Cid; Francis of Assisi; Ten Commandments; Ben Hur; A Man
      Called Peter; 7 more). Liberty LT-14019. ........................................................                   16.00
167.*JOHN DENVER: Greatest Hits, Volume 2. [D] RCA ERP1-2195-A.............                                               12.00
168.*JOHN DENVER: Greatest Hits. [D] RCA ERP1-0374-C. ..............................                                      12.00

    Autographs on Record Jacket and in Books: see the listings noted below
Bastianini (Ettore): #530                   Caballe: #583; #641                       Cossotto (Fiorenza): #530
Dervaux (Pierre): #477                      Dominguez (Oralia): #454                  Evans (Geraint): #900; #1021
Gobbi (Tito): #683                          Holomon (D.Kern): #213                    Horne (Marilyn): #898
Kraus (Alfredo): #445, #1021                Krueger (Karl): #251                       MacNeil (Cornell): #902;
#1022
Peck (Donald): #989                         Reiner (Fritz): #1668                      Rudolf (Max): #1676
Schwarzkopf (Elizabeth): #769               Starr (Susan): #1522                       Thomson (Virgil): #222
Vinco (Ivo): #530

Listings of Books follow on the next page 
                                                   PAPER: Books
All books listed below are in excellent condition unless otherwise noted. This means that
you may find minor scuffing or occasional marks, but everything is physically sturdy and
shows no more than the expected signs of careful use. Let me know if having a dust
jacket is important to you, since I have not noted those instances where they are present:
usually they are there in more recent books and absent for older ones. Books can be hard
to categorize - it is best if you browse all groups! Postage in US is same as for a single
LP, but overseas will be quoted specifically since books are usually a good deal heavier.

Books: Mostly Operatic Subjects
169. ADAM: Nicky: Who's Who in British Opera. Foreword by The Earl of
      Harewood. Scolar Press, Aldershot, England; 1993. 339 pages. [paperback] .                                             12.00
170. BLOOMFIELD: Arthur: The San Francisco Opera: 1923-1961. Appleton-
      Century-Crofts, 1961. 251 pages; with photos. ................................................                         10.00
171. BOLEN, M.D.: Jean Shinoda: Ring of Power - The Abandoned Child, The
      Authoritarian Father and The Disempowered Feminine: A Jungian
      Understanding of Wagner's Ring Cycle. Harper, San Francisco; 1992. 236
      pages; with a few of Arthur Rackham's illustrations, reproduced in black
      and white] (First Edition) ................................................................................            12.00
172. BORGE: Victor & SHERMAN, Robert: My Favorite Intermissions.
      Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY; 1971. 189 pages; drawings by Thomas
      Winding. ...........................................................................................................   12.00
173. BROWN: Jonathan: Parsifal on Record - A Discography of Complete
      Recordings, Selections, and Excerpts. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT;
      1992. [152 pages]..............................................................................................        30.00
174. BROWN: Jonathan: Tristan und Isolde on Record - A Comprehensive
      Discography with a Critical Introduction to the Recordings. Greenwood
      Press, Westport, CT; 2000. [258 pages] ...........................................................                     50.00
175. CAMPION: Paul & RUNCIMAN, Rosy: Glyndebourne Recorded - Sixty
      Years of Recordings, 1934-1994. Julia MacRae Books, London; 1994. [250
      pages; 27 photos] ..............................................................................................       16.00
176. CONE: John F.: Oscar Hammerstein's Manhattan Opera Company.
      University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK; 1966. [385 pages] (FIRST
      EDITION) .........................................................................................................     18.00
177. DANE: Clarence: London Has a Garden. [Covent Garden, of course]
      W.W.Norton, New York; 1964. [205 pages] ....................................................                           12.00
178. DAVIS: Peter G.: The American Opera Singer. Doubleday, New York;
      1997. [610 pp; 32 pp of photos] .......................................................................                18.00
Books: Mostly Operatic Subjects - continued
179. DAVIS: Ronald L.: Opera in Chicago. Appleton-Century, New York; 1966.
      [383 pages] (FIRST EDITION) ........................................................................                    24.00
180. DONNINGTON: Robert: Wagner's Ring and Its Symbols - The Music &
      the Myth. St. Martin's Press, New York; 1963. 325 pages. ............................                                   12.00
181. EATON: Quaintance: Opera Caravan - Adventures of the Metropolitan
      on Tour, 1883-1956. Foreword by Rudolf Bing. John Calder, London;
      1957. 390 pages; detailed listing of tour operas and casts; 89 photos and
      illustrations. ......................................................................................................   18.00
182. EWEN: David: The Book of European Light Opera. Covers 167 light
      operas. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, New York; 1962. 297 pages; 8 pages of
      photos. (First Edition) .....................................................................................           10.00
183. GOLLANCZ: Victor: The Ring at Bayreuth - And Some Thoughts on
      Operatic Production. Afterword by Wieland Wagner. Dutton & Company,
      New York; 1966. 121 pages; a few photos. ......................................................                         12.00
184. JACKSON: John C.: The Bayreuth of Wagner. John W. Lovell Company,
      New York; 1891. [73 pages; 26 illustrations]...................................................                         25.00
185. KOESTENBAUM: Wayne: The Queen's Throat - Opera, Homosexuality
      and the Mystery of Desire. 270 pages; a few photos. Poseidon Press, New
      York; 1993. .......................................................................................................     10.00
186. LEE: M. Owen: Wagner's Ring: Turning the Sky Round - Commentaries
      on the Ring of the Nibelung. Summit Books, New York; 1990. 120 pages. .                                                 10.00
187. MOORE: Edward C.: Forty Years of Opera in Chicago. Horace Liveright,
      New York; 1930. 430 pages; 32 photos. ..........................................................                        18.00
188. NEWMAN: Ernest: More Opera Nights. Putnam, London; 1954. 707 pages;
      many musical examples. ...................................................................................              12.00
189. NEWMAN: Ernest: Opera Nights. Putnam, London; 1943 (reprinted 1956).
      629 pp; many musical examples. ......................................................................                   12.00
190. OSBORNE: Charles: The Complete Operas of Verdi - An Interpretive
      Study of the Librettos and Music and their Relation to the Composer's Life.
      Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 1970. 472 pages. ................................................                            16.00
191. ROSENTHAL: Two Centuries of Opera at Covent Garden. Putnam,
      London; 1958. Foreword by The Earl of Harewood. [806 pages; 48 pages of
      photos; appendices cover every season's singers and repertoire, 1847-1957] .                                            18.00
192. SABOR: Rudolph: Das Rheingold - Translation & Commentary.
      [Complete libretto with synopsis, details of leitmotifs, running annotations
      & miscellaneous commentaries] Phaidon Press, London; 1997. 183 pages; a
      few photos; sturdy paperback. ..........................................................................                10.00
193. SABOR: Rudolph: Der Ring des Nibelungen - A Companion Volume.
      Phaidon Press, London; 1997. 250 pages; many photos & other illustrations;
      sturdy paperback. ..............................................................................................        10.00
Books: Mostly Operatic Subjects - continued
194. SABOR: Rudolph: Die Walkure - Translation & Commentary. [Complete
      libretto with synopsis, details of leitmotifs, running annotations &
      miscellaneous commentaries] Phaidon Press, London; 1997. 198 pages; a
      few photos; sturdy paperback. ..........................................................................            10.00
195. SABOR: Rudolph: Gotterdammerung - Translation & Commentary.
      [Complete libretto with synopsis, details of leitmotifs, running annotations
      & miscellaneous data (I particularly like the list of "Survivors &
      Casualties"!)] Phaidon Press, London; 1997. 2008 pages; scattered photos;
      sturdy paperback. ..............................................................................................    10.00
196. SABOR: Rudolph: Siegfried - Translation & Commentary. [Complete
      libretto with synopsis, details of leitmotifs, running annotations &
      miscellaneous commentaries] Phaidon Press, London; 1997. 230 pages; a
      few photos; sturdy paperback. ..........................................................................            10.00
197. SOKOL: Martin L.: The New York City Opera - An American Adventure
      with the Complete Annals. Macmillan Publishing Co., New York; 1981.
      [554 pages; 64 pages of photos] .......................................................................             20.00
198. SPOTTS: Frederic: Bayreuth - A History of the Wagner Festival. Yale
      University Press, New Haven & London; 1994. 322 pages; many photos. .....                                           16.00
199. WALSH: T.J.: Second Empire Opera: The Theatre Lyrique, Paris, 1851-
      1870. John Calder, London; 1981. 369 pages. .................................................                       15.00

Books: Vocalists
200. ARDOIN: John: The Callas Legacy. Scribner's, 1977. 217 pages. ..................... 9.00
201. CAMPION: Paul: Ferrier - A Career Recorded. Introductions by Janet
      Baker & Winifred Ferrier. 151 pages; 31 photos. [detailed chronology of
      her recordings] .................................................................................................. 16.00
202. CRESPIN: Regine: La Vie et l'Amour d'une Femme. Librairie Artheme
      Fayard, 1982. 317 pages; 32 pages of photos; paperback. IN FRENCH
      ONLY. (cover slightly dog-eared).................................................................... 12.00
203. FISCHER-DIESKAU: Dietrich: The Fischer-Dieskau Book of Lieder. The
      original texts of 750+ songs chosen by and introduced by F-D with English
      translations by George Bird and Richard Stokes. Alfred A. Knopf, New
      York; 1977. [412 pages] ................................................................................... 20.00
204. FISCHER-DIESKAU: Reverberations. Translated by Ruth Hein. Fromm
      International Publishing Corporation, New York; 1989 [368 pages; 8 pages
      of photos] (FIRST U.S. EDITION) .................................................................. 18.00
205. MEISTER: Barbara: Nineteenth-Century Song - Faure, Chausson, Duparc
      & Debussy. Indiana University Press, Bloomington & London; 1980. 398
      pages. ................................................................................................................ 12.00
Books: Vocalists - continued
206. SANDERS, ALAN & STEANE, J.B.: Alan & STEANE, J.B: Elizabeth
      Schwarzkopf - A Career on Record. Amadeus Press, Portland, Oregon;
      1995. [184 pages; 8 pages of photos] ............................................................... 18.00
207. SCOTT: Michael: Maria Meneghini Callas. Simon & Schuster, London;
      1991. [298 pp; 16 pp of photos] ....................................................................... 12.00
208. TURING: Penelope: New Bayreuth. Jersey Artists, 1968. 182 pages; 82
      photos. ............................................................................................................... 15.00

Books: Books By or About Composers
209. CARDUS: Neville: Composers Eleven. George Braziller Inc., New York;
      1959. 255 pages; a few drawings. Covers Schubert, Wagner, Brahms,
      Bruckner, Mahler, Strauss, Franck, Debussy, Elgar, Delius & Sibelius. .........                                     16.00
210. CURTISS: Mina: Bizet and His World. Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 1958.
      477 pages; 16 pages of photos. (First Edition; very minor cover scuffs) .......                                     20.00
211. DEBUSSY: Claude: Monsieur Croche - The Dilettante Hater. [collection
      of brief essays in musical criticism] Translated by B. N. Langdon Davies;
      Foreword by Lawrence Gilman. Lear Publishers, New York; 1948. ...............                                       16.00
212. HARDING: James: Massenet. St. Martin's Press, New York; 1970. 218
      pages; 8 pages of photos. ..................................................................................        12.00
213. HOLOMAN: D. Kern: Berlioz. Harvard University Press, Cambridge,
      Massachusetts; 1989. 687 pages; many illustrations & musical examples.
      (AUTOGRAPHED by the author) ...................................................................                     18.00
214. KOHLER: Joachim: Wagner's Hitler - The Prophet and his Disciple.
      Translated and introduced by Ronald Taylor. Polity Press (Cambridge, UK)
      & Blackwell Publishers, Malden, Massachusetts; 2000. 378 pages.................                                     15.00
215. NEWMAN: Ernest: The Man Liszt. Taplinger Publishing, New York; 1970
      (reissue of 1935 Scribner's original). 313 pages; several photos......................                              12.00
216. NEWMAN: Ernest: The Unconscious Beethoven. Alfred A. Knopf, New
      York; 1970 (reissue of 1927 original, w/intro by Irving Kolodin). 148 pp. .....                                     12.00
217. STEIN: Jack: Richard Wagner & Synthesis of the Arts. Wayne State Univ
      Press, Detroit; 1960. 229 pp. ............................................................................          12.00
218. STEIN: Leon: The Racial Thinking of Richard Wagner. Philosophical
      Library, NY; 1950. 252 pages. .........................................................................             12.00
219. STENDHAL: Life of Rossini. Translated by Richard N. Coe. John Calder,
      London; 1956. ["Stendhal" was nom de plume of Henri Beyle; originally
      published in 1824; this volume also has a foreword by the translator] ............                                  12.00
220. STRAUSS: Richard: Recollections and Reflections. Translated by L. J.
      Lawrence. Edited by Willi Schuh. Boosey & Hawkes, Ltd., London; 1953.
      [173 pp] [collects essays & articles Strauss wrote over many years]...............                                  25.00
Books: Books About Composers - continued
221. SWAFFORD: Jan: Johannes Brahms. Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 1999.
      699 pages. .........................................................................................................      16.00
222. THOMSON: Virgil: A Virgil Thomson Reader. Introduction by John
      Rockwell. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston; 1981. 582 pages.
      (AUTOGRAPHED by Thomson on title page) ................................................                                   25.00
223. WAGNER: Richard: Beethoven. Translated by Edward Dannreuther.
      William Reeves Bookseller, Ltd., London; undated (third edition). 177
      pages. ................................................................................................................   12.00
224. WAGNER: Richard: My Life. Tudor Publishing Company, New York; New
      Edition, March 1936. 911 pp. ...........................................................................                  25.00
225. WAGNER: Richard: On Conducting. Translated by Edward Dannreuther.
      William Reeves Bookseller, Ltd., London; 1940 (fourth edition). 127 pages.                                                12.00
226. WEINER: Marc A.: Richard Wagner and the Anti-Semitic Imagination.
      University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln & London; 1995. 439 pages; 26
      illustrations. ......................................................................................................     16.00

Books: Books By or About Musicians
227. BACHMANN: Robert C.: Karajan - Notes on a Career. Translated from
      the German by Shaun Whiteside. Quartet Books, London; 1990. 371 pages;
      8 pages of photos. ............................................................................................. 18.00
228. BAUER: Harold: Harold Bauer - His Book. Norton, NY; 1948. [302 pp; 11
      photos] (FIRST EDITION) .............................................................................. 25.00
229. BLACKWOOD: Alan: Sir Thomas Beecham: The Man & the Music.
      Ebury, London; 1994. [225 pp; 17 photos] ...................................................... 25.00
230. BOHM: Karl: A Life Remembered - Memoirs. Marion Boyars, London;
      1992. 170 pp; six pp of photos. ........................................................................ 24.00
231. BURTON: Humphrey: Leonard Bernstein. Doubleday, NY; 1994. [584 pp;
      32 pp of photos] (1st Edition) ........................................................................... 20.00
232. CHASINS: Abram: Leopold Stokowski: A Profile. Hawthorne Books, NY;
      1979. [296 pp; 16 pp of photos] ....................................................................... 18.00
233. CHOTZINOFF: Samuel: Toscanini - An Intimate Portrait. Knopf, 1956.
      148 pages; a few photos. ..................................................................................... 9.00
234. COLUMBIA CONCERTS CORPORATION: Artists Almanac - Season
      1932 - 1933. Columbia Concerts Corporation, NY; 1932. 211 pp.Single-
      page biography, photo & review citations for 80+ artists, from Spalding,
      Szigeti & Piatigorsky to the Barrere Little Symphony, Nelson Eddy &
      Edwin Strawbridge. Fascinating. ...................................................................... 40.00
235. DANIELS: Robin: Conversations with Menuhin. Foreword by Lawrence
      Durrell. St. Martin's Press, 1980. [188 pages; many photos] book 84241. ...... 18.00
Books: Books About Musicians - continued
236. DICKSON: Harry Ellis: Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops - An
       Irreverent Memoir. Houghton, Mifflin & Company, Boston; 1981. [174
       pages; 16 photos] ..............................................................................................         12.00
237. FIEDLER: Johanna: Arthur Fiedler - Papa, the Pops, and Me. Doubleday,
       New York; 1994. [260 pages; 16 pages of photos] (FIRST EDITION) ..........                                               18.00
238. GILLIS: Daniel (editor): Furtwangler Recalled. [Memorial tributes at the
       time of his death from dozens of musicians] Meredith Press, New York;
       1965. [221 pages]..............................................................................................          20.00
239. GILMAN: Lawrence: Toscanini and Great Music. Farrar & Rinehart, New
       York; 1938. [198 pages] ...................................................................................              16.00
240. GLICKMAN: Loren: Don't Squeeze de Bow! - Reminiscences about
       Alexander Schneider. Terra Nova Press, Norwich, Vermont; 1996. [124
       pages; many photos] .........................................................................................            16.00
241. GOOSSENS: Eugene: Overture and Beginners - A Musical
       Autobiography. Methuen & Company, London; 1951. [318 pages; 20
       photos] ..............................................................................................................   24.00
242. GRITTEN: John: A Musician Before His Time - Constantin Silvestri.
       Warwick Editions, London; 1998. [271 pages; many scattered photos] ..........                                            18.00
243. HAGGIN: B.H.: Conversations With Toscanini. Doubleday, Garden City,
       NY; 1959. 249 pp; a few photos. ......................................................................                   16.00
244. HENLE: Fritz (photographer): Casals Photographed by Fritz Henle.
       American Photographic Book Publishing Company, New York; 1975.
       Approximately 100 (unnumbered) pages; almost all with black-and-white
       photos; brief scattered texts from Casals writings ............................................                          20.00
245. HEYWORTH: Peter: Otto Klemperer - Vol 1 - His Life and Times (1885-
       1933). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 1983. [458 pages;
       38 photos] .........................................................................................................     32.00
246. HEYWORTH: Peter: Otto Klemperer - Vol 2 - His Life and Times (1933-
       1973). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 1996. [467 pages;
       29 photos] .........................................................................................................     32.00
247. HOROWITZ: Joseph: Conversations With Arrau. Alfred Knopf, NY; 1982.
       317 pages. (FIRST EDITION) .........................................................................                     16.00
248. HOROWITZ: Joseph: Understanding Toscanini - How He Became an
       American Culture-god and Helped Create a New Audience for Old
       Music. Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 1987. [464 pages; 16 pages of photos]
       (FIRST EDITION)............................................................................................              18.00
249. INGHELBRECHT: D.E.: The Conductor's World. Translated from the
       French by G. Prerauer & S. Malcolm Kirk. Introduction by Sir Adrian
       Boult. Peter Nevill Ltd., London; 1953. 208 pages. book 84237. ....................                                      40.00
250. KENNEDY: Michael: Adrian Boult. Hamish Hamilton, London; 1987. [326
       pages; 33 photos] ..............................................................................................         20.00
Books: Books About Musicians - continued
251. KRUEGER: Karl: The Way of the Conductor - His Origins, Purpose &
      Procedures. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York; 1958. 250 pages.
      (AUTOGRAPHED by Krueger in bold ink on flyleaf) ....................................                                     25.00
252. LASSIMONNE: Denise, & FERGUSON, Howard (editors): Myra Hess, By
      Her Friends. Vanguard Press, 1966. 121 pages; 16 photos; with
      discography. ......................................................................................................      16.00
253. LEHMANN: Stephen & FABER: Marion: Rudolf Serkin - A Life. Oxford
      University Press, New York; 2003. 344 pages; scattered photos. (MISSING
      the CD which came with it) ..............................................................................                12.00
254. LEINSDORF: Erich: Cadenza - A Musical Career. Houghton Mifflin, 1976.
      305 pages; 29 photos. .......................................................................................            18.00
255. LUCAS: John: Reggie - The Life of Reginald Goodall. Julia MacRae,
      London; 1993. [246 pp; 35 photos] ..................................................................                     15.00
256. LYMPANY: Moura (with Margot Strickland): Moura - Her Autobiography
      - The Moving Story of a Great Pianist. Peter Owen Publishers, London &
      Chester Springs, PA; 1991. 186 pages; 16 photos. ...........................................                             20.00
257. MALKO: Nicolai; A Certain Art. William Morrow & Company, New York;
      1966. [228 pp; 17 illustrations] .........................................................................               18.00
258. MAREK: George: Toscanini. Atheneum, New York; 1975 [304 pp; 20 pp of
      photos] (FIRST EDITION) ..............................................................................                   18.00
259. MATTHEWS: Denis: Arturo Toscanini. Midas Books, Tunbridge Wells,
      England; 1982. [170 pp; photos] ......................................................................                   12.00
260. MCKENNA: Marian: Myra Hess - A Portrait. Hamish Hamilton, London;
      1976. 319 pages; 22 photos. .............................................................................                18.00
261. OSBORNE: Richard: Conversations with von Karajan. Harper & Row,
      1989. 157 pages; 20+ photos. ...........................................................................                 12.00
262. OSBORNE: Richard: Herbert Von Karajan: A Life in Music. Northeastern
      University Press, 1998. 729 pages; another 100 pages of notes and
      appendices; 24 pages of photos. .......................................................................                  18.00
263. PALMER: Tony: Menuhin - A Family Portrait. Faber & Faber, Boston;
      1991. 207 pp; 12 pp of photos. .........................................................................                 16.00
264. PEYSER: Joan: Bernstein - A Biography. Beech Tree Books, William
      Morrow, New York; 1987. 481 pages; scattered photos. (First Edition) .......                                             16.00
265. PREVIN: Andre: No Minor Chords - My Days in Hollywood. Doubleday,
      New York; 1991. [141 pages; 16 pages of photos; edited by Jacqueline
      Kennedy Onassis] (FIRST EDITION) .............................................................                           15.00
266. PRIEBERG: Fred K.: Trial of Strength - Wilhelm Furtwangler and the
      Third Reich. Quartet Books, London; 1991. [369 pages; 16 pages of
      photos] ..............................................................................................................   24.00
267. RODZINSKI: Halina: Our Two Lives. Scribner's, 1976. 388 pp; 75 photos.
      [Author was Artur's wife] .................................................................................              20.00
Books: Books About Musicians - continued
268. ROSEN: Carole: The Goossens: A Musical Century. Andre Deutsch,
      London; 1993. [495 pp; 32 pp photos] ............................................................. 20.00
269. RUSSELL: Charles Edward: The American Orchestra and Theodore
      Thomas. Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City, New York; 1927.
      344 pages; 31 photos. (library copy; minor binding flaws) .............................. 32.00
270. RUSSELL: John: Erich Kleiber - A Memoir. Andre Deutsch, London;
      1957. 256 pages; 5 photos. ............................................................................... 25.00
271. SACCHI: Filippo: The Magic Baton - Toscanini's Life for Music. G.
      Putnam's Sons, New York; 1957. [217 pages; a few photos] ........................... 15.00
272. SACHS: Harvey (editor): The Letters of Arturo Toscanini. Alfred A.
      Knopf, New York; 2002. [447 pages; several well-chosen photos] ................. 20.00
273. SACHS: Harvey: Toscanini. Lippincott, 1978. 380 pages; 16 pages of
      photos. ................................................................................................................. 8.00
274. SCHNABEL: Artur: Music and the Line of Most Resistance. Princeton
      University Press, Princeton, New Jersey; 1942. 91 pages. ............................... 20.00
275. SCHONBERG: Harold: Horowitz: His Life and Music. Simon & Schuster,
      1992. 356 pp; 16 pp of photos. ......................................................................... 15.00
276. SCHONBERG: Harold: The Great Conductors. Simon & Schuster, New
      York; 1967. 384 pp; many photos. ................................................................... 16.00
277. SCHONBERG: Harold: The Great Pianists. Simon & Schuster, New York;
      1963. 448 pp; many photos. .............................................................................. 15.00
278. SCHONZELER: Hans-Hubert: Furtwangler. Foreword by Yehudi Menuhin.
      Gerald Duckworth & Co., London; 1990. [178 pages; 16 pages of photos] .... 18.00
279. SHIRAKAWA: Sam H.: The Devil's Music Master - The Controversial
      Life and Career of Wilhelm Furtwangler. Oxford University Press, New
      York; 1992. [487 pages; 16 pages of photos] ................................................... 18.00
280. SIMEONE: Nigel & MUNDY, Simon (editors): Sir Adrian Boult -
      Companion of Honor. Midas Books, Tunbridge Wells, England; 1980. [96
      pages; many fine photos; tributes by Menuhin, Malcolm Williamson,
      Bernard Shore, Christopher Bishop, Lennox Berkeley, etc.] ........................... 18.00
281. SMITH: Moses: Koussevitzky. Allen, Towne & Heath, 1947. 354 pages; 11
      photos. (First Printing).................................................................................... 25.00
282. SPALDING: Albert: Rise to Follow - An Autobiography. Henry Holt, New
      York; 1943. 319 pp. .......................................................................................... 35.00
283. STEFAN: Paul: Toscanini. Translated by Eden & Cedar Paul; with foreword
      by Stefan Zweig. Viking Press, NY; 1936. 126 pp; 22 pp of photographs,
      mostly rehearsing in Musikverein, Vienna. (slight cov stains) ........................ 18.00
284. TANNER: Michael (editor): Wilhelm Furtwangler: Notebooks, 1924-54.
      Quartet, London; 1989. [213 pp] ...................................................................... 20.00
285. TAYLOR: Ronald (editor): Furtwangler on Music - Essays and Addresses.
      Scolar Press, Aldershot, England; 1991. [179 pages] ...................................... 15.00
Books: Books About Musicians - continued
286. TILSON THOMAS: Michael: Viva Voce - Conversations with Edward
      Seckerson. Faber & Faber, London; 1994. [222 pages; scattered photos] ......                                            15.00
287. WAGNER: Friedelind & COOPER, Page: Heritage of Fire - The Story of
      Richard Wagner's Granddaughter. Harper & Brothers, New York; 1945.
      225 pages; 8 photos. (First Edition) ................................................................                   45.00
288. WALTER: Bruno: Theme and Variations - The Autobiography of a
      Conductor. Translated by James A. Galston. Knopf, New York; Fifth
      Printing, 1966 (originally published in 1946). [344 pp; scattered photos] .......                                       20.00
289. WEINGARTNER: Felix: Buffets and Rewards - A Musician's
      Reminiscences. Hutchinson & Co., London; 1937. [371 pages; 17
      illustrations] ......................................................................................................   18.00

Books: Books on Records & Recording
290. BAUER: Robert: Historical Records (1898 - 1908/09). Sidgwick & Jackson,
      Ltd., London; 1947. 494 pages. ........................................................................                 25.00
291. BENNETT: John R.: Voices of the Past - Volume 1: Discography of Vocal
      Recordings from English Catalogues of the Gramophone Company
      (HMV), 1898-1925. Lingfield, Surrey: Oakwood Press, 1955. 285 pp. ..........                                            25.00
292. BENNETT: John R.: Voices of the Past - Volume 2: Discography of Vocal
      Recordings from Italian Catalogues of the Gramophone Company (HMV),
      1898-1925. Lingfield, Surrey: Oakwood Press, 1957. 147 pages. (a few
      pages loose at end of book) ..............................................................................              25.00
293. BENNETT: John R.: Voices of the Past - Volume 3: Discography of Dischi
      Fonotipia, (including Supplement (1958) and Addenda (1964). Oakwood
      Press; Lingfield, Surrey; 1953, 1958, 1964. 77 pages. .....................................                             25.00
294. BENNETT: John R. & HUGHES, Eric: Voices of the Past - Volume 4:
      Discography of His Master's Voice Recordings, 1924-1956; The
      International Red Label Catalogue; Book I - "DB" (12 inch). Oakwood
      Press, England; undated. 400 pages..................................................................                    25.00
295. BENNETT: John R. & HUGHES, Eric: Voices of the Past - Volume 6:
      Discography of His Master's Voice Recordings, 1924-1956; The
      International Red Label Catalogue; Book 2 - "DA." Oakwood Press,
      England; undated. 233 pages. [includes four pages of corrections and
      additions to "DB" (Volume 4)] .........................................................................                 25.00
296. BENNETT: John R. & WIMMER, Wilhelm: Voices of the Past - Volume 7:
      Discography of Vocal Recordings from the German Catalogues of the
      Gramophone Company (HMV), and Deutsche Grammophon A.-G, 1898-
      1925. Lingfield, Surrey: Oakwood Press, 1967. 404 pages. ............................                                   25.00
Books: Books on Records and Recording - continued
297. BENNETT: John R.: Voices of the Past - Volume 9: Discography of Vocal
      Recordings from the French Catalogues of the Gramophone Company
      (HMV) and Compagnie Francaise du Gramophone, 1898-1925. Lingfield,
      Surrey: Oakwood Press, undated. 304 pages. ................................................... 25.00
298. BENNETT: John R.: Melodiya - A Soviet Russian L.P. Discography.
      Greenwood Press, Westpost, CT; 1981. 832 pages. [Very useful for sorting
      out the contents of the many Melodiyas whose labels are only in Cyrillic -
      if, like me, you can't read it! - assuming you can at least figure out the
      composer involved. I gather this is still in print, but at a list price of $165.] . 100.00
299. FULOP: Peter: Mahler Discography Kaplan Foundation, NY; 1995. 473 pp 100.00
300. HOLMES: John L.: Conductors on Record. 734 pages. Greenwood Press,
      1982. [An amazing amount of information, both biographical &
      discographic (though he does not quote labels and numbers)] ......................... 50.00
301. HUNT: John: Discographies - Mid-Century Conductors (Bohm; DeSabata;
      Knappertsbusch; Serafin; Krauss); More Viennese Singers (Dermota;
      Rysanek; Wachter; Reining; Kunz). Short Run Press, Exeter, England;
      1992. [417 pages; scattered photos] ................................................................. 25.00
302. HUNT: John: Discographies - Italian Conductors (Toscanini; Cantelli;
      Giulini); "Viennese" Sopranos (Schwarzkopf; Seefried; Grummer;
      Jurinac; Gueden; Della Casa; Streich). Short Run Press, Exeter, England;
      1991. [477 pages; scattered photos] ................................................................. 25.00
303. MOSES: Julian Morton: American Celebrity Recordings, 1900-1925. Third
      Edition. Monarch Record Enterprises, Dallas; 1993. 208 pages; paperback. .. 10.00
304. SANDERS: Alan: Walter Legge - A Discography. Foreword by Elisabeth
      Legge-Schwarzkopf. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; 1984. [452 pages] ..... 25.00
305. SMITH: Michael: Voices of the Past - Volume 5: Discography of "D" & "E"
      HMV Recordings. Lingfield, Surrey: Oakwood Press, Undated. 149 pages. .. 25.00
306. SMITH: Michael & COSENS, Ian: Voices of the Past - Volume 8: The
      Columbia Gramophone Company Ltd. Catalog: English Celebrity Issues.
      Oakwood Press, England; undated. 240 pages. ................................................ 25.00
307. SMITH: Michael & ANDREWS, Frank: Voices of the Past, Volume 10: The
      Gramophone Company Ltd. (HMV) Recordings: Plum Label Series (12-
      inch). Oakwood Press, England; 1974. 274 pages. .......................................... 25.00
308. STUART: Philip: The London Philharmonic Discography. Greenwood
      Press, Westport, CT; 1997. 530 pp ................................................................... 75.00
309. VICTOR TALKING MACHINE COMPANY: The Victor Book of the
      Opera - Stories of One Hundred Operas with Five Hundred illustrations
      and Descriptions of One Thousand Victor Opera Records. Revised Edition.
      Victor Talking Machine Company, Camden, New Jersey; 1913. 480 pages.
      [A wealth of early discographic information here; very minor binding flaws
      - in superb condition for its age!] ..................................................................... 24.00
Books: Books on Records and Recording - continued
310. WEBER: Jerome: Schubert's Great C-major Symphony - A Discography.
      J. F. Weber, Utica, NY; 2000. [218 pages; paperback] .................................... 10.00

Books: Miscellaneous Musical Subjects
311. APPLEBAUM: Samuel and Sada: With the Artists - World Famed String
      Players Discuss Their Art. John Markert & Company, New York; 1955.
      With chapters on thirty-four musicians, including Elman, Morini, Fuchs,
      Spalding, Spivakovsky, Szigeti, Milstein, Heifetz, Primrose & Piatigorsky;
      with reproductions of photos autographed to the author by each artist. ...........                                        45.00
312. ARIAN: Edward: Bach, Beethoven and Bureacracy - The Case of the
      Philadelphia Orchestra. University of Alabama Press, University,
      Alabama; 1971. 158 pages. ...............................................................................                 20.00
313. BERNSTEIN: Leonard: The Joy of Music. Simon & Schuster, NY; 1959.
      [303 pp; photos] (1st edition) ............................................................................               16.00
314. CLOUGH: Francis F. & CUMING, G. J.: The World's Encyclopedia of
      Recorded Music. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, London; 1952. 890 pages.
      [This volume attempts (and very successfully) to list, by composer, every
      recording of "permanent" music issued throughout the world from the
      advent of electrical recording (c.1925) through April 1950. Bound in as part
      of this single volume is the first Supplement, extending the coverage to
      May, 1951. A classic enterprise. The binding and pages of this copy are
      sturdily intact, but the cover itself is very frayed and battered and has been
      repaired with tape] ............................................................................................          85.00
315. CLOUGH: Francis F. & CUMING, G. J.: The World's Encyclopedia of
      Recorded Music - Supplement II (covering May 1951 through December,
      1952; also corrects Errata from original WERM and 1st Supplement).
      London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1953. 262 pages. (minor cover scuffs) ............                                            65.00
316. CLOUGH: Francis F. & CUMING, G. J.: The World's Encyclopedia of
      Recorded Music - Supplement III (covering January 1953 through
      December, 1955; also includes corrections of Errata from Supplement II
      and newly-found Errata (not corrected in II) from original WERM and 1st
      Supplement; and includes listing of open-reel tapes as well!) London:
      Sidgwick & Jackson, 1957. 564 pages. ............................................................                         65.00
317. COX: David: The Henry Wood Proms. Foreword by Sir Adrian Boult.
      British Broadcasting Corporation, London; 1980. 389 pages; scattered
      photos. ...............................................................................................................   20.00
318. DANZIGER: Danny: The Orchestra - The Lives Behind the Music.
      HarperCollins, London; 1995. 211 pages. [based on interviews with
      members of the London Philharmonic] ............................................................                          12.00
Books: Miscellaneous Musical Subjects - continued
319. DELBANCO: Nicholas: The Countess of Stanlein Restored: A History of
      the Countess of Stanlein Ex Paganini Stradivarius Cello of 1707. Verso,
      London & New York; 2001. [104 pages; 13 photos] .......................................                    12.00
320. DICKSON: Harry Ellis: Gentlemen, More Dolce Please! - An Irreverent
      Memoir of 30 Years in the Boston Symphony. Beacon Press, Boston;
      1969. 162 pp; scattered photos; 12 drawings by Olga Koussevitzky. ..............                           18.00
321. DUBINSKY: Rostislav: Stormy Applause - Making Music in a Worker's
      State. Hill and Wang, New York; 1989. 291 pages. [Dubinsky was one of
      the founders of the Borodin Quartet] (First Edition) ......................................                16.00
322. EHRLICH: Cyril: First Philharmonic - A History of the Royal
      Philharmonic Society. Clarendon Press (Oxford University Press), Oxford;
      1995. 237 pages; a few photos. .........................................................................   50.00
323. ERSKINE: John: The Philharmonic - Symphony Society of New York - Its
      First 100 Years. The Macmillan Company, New York; 1943. 168 pages;
      eight photos. [includes programs of subscription concerts, 1917-42] ..............                         35.00
324. EWEN: David: Dictators of the Baton. Alliance Book Corporation, Chicago
      & New York; 1943. 305 pages. [Covers 30 conductors w/a photo of each
      (the obvious, but also such figures as Krueger, Kindler, Dixon, Barlow,
      Frank Black. Interesting, but some curious judgments: Reiner needed "some
      ice to contrast the fires; some contemplation to mellow the excitement."] ......                           20.00
325. GALLUP: Stephen: A History of the Salzburg Festival. Salem House
      Publishers, Topfield, Massachusetts; 1987. 210 pages; illustrated. .................                       15.00
326. GEISSMAR: Berta: The Baton and the Jackboot - Recollections of
      Musical Life. Hamish Hamilton, London; 1945. [396 pages; 10 photos] .......                                16.00
327. GOLLANCZ: Victor: Journey Towards Music - A Memoir. E.P.Dutton &
      Company, New York; 1965. 238 pages; 35 illustrations; 2 in colour. .............                           16.00
328. KATER: Michael H.: The Twisted Muse - Musicians and Their Music in
      the Third Reich. Oxford University Press, New York; 1997. [310 pages] ....                                 30.00
329. KUPFERBERG: HErbert: The Book of Classical Music Lists - An
      Enlightening and Useful Collection of Facts, Figures, Information and
      Trivia About Music and Musicians from Ancient Times to the Present.
      Facts on File Publications, New York; 1985. 240 pages. .................................                   12.00
330. LAMBERT: Constant: Music Ho! - A Study of Music in Decline. October
      House, New York; 1967. 288 pages. [Originally published 1934; this
      volume contains the prefaces to both the first and second (1936) editions,
      and a 1965 introduction by Arthur Hutchings.] ................................................             16.00
331. NEWMAN: Ernest: Testament of Music. [Selected writings chosen and
      introduced by Herbert Van Thal] Knopf, 1963. 302 pages. .............................                      12.00
332. O'CONNELL: The Other Side of the Record. Knopf, 1947 (7th printing,
      March 1949). 332 pp. [Chapters on Koussevitzky, Stokowski, Ormandy,
      Toscanini, Rachmaninoff, Heifetz, Fiedler, Monteux, 7 more] .......................                        20.00
Books: Miscellaneous Musical Subjects - continued
333. OTIS: Philo Adams: The Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Its
      Organization, Growth and Development, 1891-1924. Clayton F. Summy
      Co., Chicago; 1924. 466 pages; 41 full-page photos. .......................................                               50.00
334. RUSSELL: Thomas: Philharmonic Decade. Hutchinson & Co., London;
      c.1944. 171 pp. [Discusses the 1st ten years of the London Philhamonic;
      printed during WWII, paper stock is slightly rough; there is a note opposite
      contents page about the book having been produced in conformity with the
      "war economy standard."] ................................................................................                 20.00
335. SACHS: Harvey: Music in Fascist Italy. W. W. Norton & Co, New York;
      1988. [257 pages] (FIRST AMERICAN EDITION) .......................................                                        30.00
336. SCHNEIDER: David: The San Francisco Symphony. Foreword by Edo de
      Waart. Presidio Press, Novato California; 1983; 324 pages; scattered
      photos. ...............................................................................................................   16.00
337. SHANET: Howard: Philharmonic - A History of New York's Orchestra.
      Doubleday & Company, Garden City, New York; 1975. 788 pages; 71
      photos. (First Edition) .....................................................................................             24.00

Books: Conductors
338. BADAL: James: Recording the Classics - Maestros, Music & Technology.
      Kent State University Press, Kent, Ohio; 1996. 186 pages; scattered photos.
      Interviews with Maazel, Colin and Andrew Davis, Dorati, Masur,
      Leinsdorf, Dohnanyi, Rattle, Dutoit, Hogwood, Ashkenazy, Chailly &
      Boulez. .............................................................................................................. 16.00
339. HART: Philip: Conductors - A New Generation. Charles Scribner's Sons,
      New York; 1979. Chapters on Levine, Abbado, Mehta, Andrew Davis,
      Ozawa, Barenboim, De Waart & Muti. 301 pages; one photo of each
      conductor. ......................................................................................................... 16.00
340. LEBRECHT: Norman: The Maestro Myth - Great Conductors in Pursuit
      of Power. Birch Lane Press, New York; 1991. 380 pages; 16 pages of
      photos. ............................................................................................................... 20.00
                                LONG-PLAYING RECORDS
That's it for the tapes & books: the rest of the catalog is devoted to LP's and a few videos.

LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire
Operatic and choral listings include libretti unless noted NL for "No Libretto."

341. ARKAS: (Nikolai): Katerina. Lobanova; Rudenko; Chasty; Sorokina;
      Simeonov/Ukrainian Radio Orch & Cho. [w/English synopsis; NL]
      Melodiya 012901/04(2). A--(slightly pebbly pressing; even, minor sur nse) .. 24.00
342. BACH: (J.C.): Dies Irae. Rizzoli; Garazioti; Munteanu; Gaetani;
      Maghini/Angelicum Orch, Milan; Coro Polifonico di Torino. [Italian-
      only notes] Angelicum LPA-1703. A-(s/s)....................................................... 12.00
343.*BACH: Cantata # 32 & #57. Ameling; Prey; Winschermann/German
      Bach Soloists. Philips 6500 080. A- to A(s/s) ................................................... 9.00
344.*BACH: Cantata # 43 & #182. Sailer; Hellmann; Krebs; Staempfli; Wenk;
      Werner/Pforzheim Ch Orch; Schutz Choir of Heilbronn. Epic BC-1276.
      A-(s/s) ............................................................................................................... 10.00
345.*BACH: Motets, BWV 225-231; BWV Anhang 159.
      Schneidt/Regensberger Domspatzen; Capella Academica Wien. Archiv
      2708 031(2). A- to A ........................................................................................ 10.00
346. BACH: Songs (complete). Cuenod; Roessel-Majdan; Harand, cello;
      Holetschek, hrpschd. West XWN-18386/89(4). B+ ........................................ 23.00
347.*BARTOK: Bluebeard's Castle (in English). Elias; Hines; Ormandy/Phila.
      Col MS-6425. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) .......................................................... 16.00
348.*BARTOK: Bluebeard's Castle. Kibkalo; Polyakova;
      Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch. Melodiya C-01139-40. A-(12 loud
      ticks, sd 2; c/c) .................................................................................................... 9.00
349.*BARTOK: Bluebeard's Castle. Kasza; Melis; Ferencsik/Budapest
      Philharmonic. [Grand Prix du Disque] Hungaroton SLPX-11486. A- ........... 10.00
350. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Bampton; Peerce; Steber; Janssen; Belarsky;
      Toscanini/NBC Sym. RCA LM-6025(2). A-(PD labels) ................................ 13.00
351.*BEETHOVEN: Leonore (original version of Fidelio). Moser; Cassilly;
      Adam; Donath; Ridderbusch; Blomstedt/Staatskapelle Dresden.
      Arabesque 8043-L(3). A-.................................................................................. 14.00
352. BEETHOVEN: Missa Solemnis. Marshall; Merriman; Conley; Hines;
      Toscanini/NBC; Shaw Chorale. German RCA AT-200(2). A- to A(lovely
      German pressings) ............................................................................................ 18.00
353. BELLINI: Beatrice di Tenda. Sutherland; Dondi; Caverivauska; Campora;
      Votto/La Scala. [Live; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS
      218(2). B+ to B ................................................................................................. 10.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
354. BELLINI: I Puritani. Sills; Pavarotti; Quilco; Plishka; Paul;
      Guadagno/Unnamed Company. [Live, 1972; probably with neither notes
      nor libretto] HRE 311(3). FS ............................................................................ 20.00
355.*BELLINI: Il Pirata. Caballe; Cappuccilli; Marti; Baratti; Raimondi;
      Gavazzeni/RAI, Rome. [1st complete recording] Angel SCL-3772(3). FS ... 13.00
356.*BERIO: Coro. Composer/Cologne Radio Chorus & Orch. DGG 2531 270.
      A- to A .............................................................................................................. 10.00
357.*BERLIOZ: Te Deum. Tagliavini; Davis/LSO/Cho; Wandsworth School
      Boys' Cho. Phil 839 790. A- to A ...................................................................... 9.00
358. BIZET: Carmen. Alarie; Rubio; Simoneau; Rehfuss; Le Conte/Orch & Cho
      of "Concerts de Paris." Epic SC-6035(3). A--(a couple of mod 1/4-in scrs
      sd 2 & sd 4) ....................................................................................................... 19.00
359.*BIZET: Carmen. Ponselle; Burke; Maison; Huehn; Votipka; Olheim;
      Papi/Metropolitan Opera. Broadcast performance, from Cleveland (where
      Met was on tour), April 17, 1937. [Deluxe Soria Series limited edition; the
      7th (1979) in the Met's Soria Series of Historic Performances made
      available only to generous Met donors; in sturdy golden plush slipcase with
      26-page book including articles and many photos of Met productions of the
      work; plus libretto, of course. This was Ponselle's farewell performance
      with the Met.] Metropolitan Opera-MET--7(3). A-(velvet slipcase also in
      superb condition) ............................................................................................ 100.00
360.*BLOCH: Sacred Service. Merrill; Bernstein/NYP; Chos. Col MS-6221. A-
      (very early "6-eyes" labels) .............................................................................. 12.00
361.*BOULANGER: (Lili; 1893-1918; Nadia's sister): Faust et Helene; Pour les
      Funerailles d'un Soldat. Dourian; Mallabrera; Carey; Markevitch/Monte
      Carlo Opera. Varese Sarabande VC-81095. A-.............................................. 12.00
362.*BRAHMS: German Requiem; Haydn Variations. Janowitz; Waechter;
      Karajan/BPO; Wiener Singverein. [tulip labels] DGG 138 928/29(2). A- .. 13.00
363.*BRAHMS: Liebeslieder Waltzes, Op.52 & Op.65; Three Quartets,
      Op.64. Mathis; Fassbaender; Schreier; Fischer-Dieskau; Sawallisch &
      Engel, pianists. [dig] DGG 2532 094. A- to A................................................. 10.00
364.*BRITTEN: Billy Budd. Glossop; Pears; Langdon; Shirley-Quirk;
      Composer/LSO. Lon OSA-1390(3). A- .......................................................... 15.00
365.*BRITTEN: Peter Grimes. Vickers; Harper; Summers; Davis/ROHCG.
      Philips 6769 014(3). A- to A ............................................................................ 12.00
366.*BRUCKNER: Requiem (Yates; Swan; Steel; Wheatley); Four Orchestral
      Pieces (1862). Schonzeler/LPO. Unicorn UNS-210. A-................................... 9.00
367.*BURTON: (Stephen; b.1943): Songs of the Tulpehocken. Riegel, tenor;
      Composer/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-757. A- ....................................... 10.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
368.*CAMPRA: Psalm CXXV; Christmas Oratorio. Selig; Tappy; Herbillon;
      Delage/Strassburg Collegium Musicum; Strassburg Conservatory Cho.
      [German-only notes] Schwann AMS-82. A-(s/s) ............................................. 12.00
369.*CANTELOUBE: Songs of the Auvergne, Vol #1. Davrath; De la
      Roche/Orch. Vanguard VRS-2090. A- ........................................................... 12.00
370.*CANTELOUBE: Songs of the Auvergne, Vol #2. Davrath; De la
      Roche/Orch. Vanguard VRS-2132. A- ........................................................... 12.00
371. CATELANI: Dejanice. Gatti; Novielli; Colli; Frusoni; Tomicich;
      Guarnieri/Unidentified Company. [Live, 1975; blank covers; no notes or
      libretto] Unique Opera UORC-284(2). A-- ...................................................... 30.00
372. CHARPENTIER: Assumpta est Maria - Mass & Symphony. Angelici;
      Archimbault; Michel; Collart; Giraudeau; Noguera; Martini/Orch & Cho.
      Pathe / Vox PL-8440. A--(s/s) ............................................................................ 9.00
373.*CHARPENTIER: Louise. Bacquier; Berbie; Senechal; Guitton; Manchet;
      Pretre/NPO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. Col M3-34207(3). A- ........................ 11.00
374. CHARPENTIER: Magnificat in D. Collart; Y.Melchior; Archimbaud;
      Gianotti; Noguera; Martini/Pasdeloup Orch; Cho. Haydn Soc HSL-102.
      A-(s/s) ............................................................................................................... 12.00
375.*CHARPENTIER: Messe en Sol (excerpts). Ricour/Orch; Choeur
      Renaissance. [French-only notes] Arion ARN-31 919. A- ............................... 8.00
376.*CHERUBINI: Duets & Vocal Nocturnes (14). Miranda, soprano;
      Reinemann, baritone; Nordmann, harp. MHS 4952. A- .................................. 9.00
377. CHERUBINI: Elisa (Tucci; Raimondi; Zanasi; Capuana/MMF; live, May
      1960). Pigmalione (Borghi; Ligabue; Carturan; Gerelli/RAI Milan; live,
      March 1955). L'Osteria Portoghese (Ligabue; Villa; Taino; Montarsolo;
      Piazza/RAI Milan; live, July 1952). [no libretti] Melodram MEL-153(4). A- 35.00
378.*CHERUBINI: Medea. Sass; Luchetti; Kalmar; Takacs; Kovats;
      Gardelli/Budapest Symphony. Hungaroton SLPX-11904-6(3). A-(minor
      box scuffs) ........................................................................................................ 13.00
379. CILEA: Gloria. Roberti; Rota; Labo; Testi; Mazzoli; Previtali/unidentified
      company. Side 4: Barber of Seville (exc). Martini; Bonelli; Lazzari;
      Cooper/Chicago Opera Company. [Live; December 1941] [blank jackets;
      NL] EJS 477(2). B ............................................................................................ 16.00
380.*COPLAND: Old American Songs, Sets I & II (Warfield; Composer/Col
      Sym); Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson (Addison; Composer, piano).
      British CBS 61993. A- to A.............................................................................. 12.00
381. DONIZETTI: Don Pasquale. Baccaloni; Sayao; Martini; Valentino; Paolis;
      Papi/Metropolitan Opera. [Live, 1940; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of
      Opera EJS 176. B/B-......................................................................................... 12.00
382.*DONIZETTI: Il Campanello. Mariotti; de Sanctis; Raffanelli; Rinaldi;
      Gracis/Teatro la Fenice, Venice. [tulip labels] DGG 139 123. A- to A ........ 10.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
383.*DONIZETTI: Il Furioso All'Isola di San Domingo. Luchetti; Falarico;
      Colmagro; Reyes; Campanella/Teatro Verdi di Trieste; Cho. MHS
      1543/44(2). A- .................................................................................................. 15.00
384.*DONIZETTI: L'Elisir d'Amore. Freni; Gedda; Sereni; Capecchi; Arena;
      Molinari-Pradelli/Rome Opera. [blue labels] Angel SBL-3701(2). A- ........ 15.00
385.*DONIZETTI: L'Elisir d'Amore. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Cossa; Malas;
      Casula; Bonynge/ECO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. London OSA-13101(3).
      A- ...................................................................................................................... 13.00
386. DONIZETTI: La Favorita. Bruson; Nave; Pavarotti; Giaotti; Bydee;
      Cillario/unnamed company. [blank jackets; NL] Unique Opera UORC-
      294. A- .............................................................................................................. 19.00
387.*DONIZETTI: La Fille du Regiment. Sills; Corena; Greenspon; Hirst;
      Gagnon/unidentified company. [with synopsis but NL] Rataplan RA-
      200(2). A- ......................................................................................................... 25.00
388.*DONIZETTI: Maria de Rudenz. Ricciarelli; Nucci; Cupido; Baleani;
      Surjan; Inbal/Teatro la Fenice, Venice. [lovely German pressings] CBS
      M3-36948(3). A-............................................................................................... 18.00
389. DONIZETTI: Maria di Rohan. Taggar; Sitran; Romanato; Giorgetti;
      Gracis/Teatro Donizatti, Bergamo. [Live, 1957; NL; blank jackets]
      Golden Age of Opera EJS 162(2). B(much plays better, but some scrs) ......... 17.00
390. DONIZETTI: Maria Stuarda. Capnist; Soresi; Tagger; Zerbini; Jori;
      Zannini; de Fabritis/Unnamed Company. [Live, 10/16/1958; NL; blank
      jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 174(2). B+/B ............................................. 16.00
391.*DONIZETTI: Messa di Gloria e Credo. mane; Vighi; Maus; Machi;
      Bader/Berlin Radio; St Hedwig Cho. Schwann AMS-3520. A- to A(s/s) .... 12.00
392. DONIZETTI: Poliuto. Corelli; Callas; Bastianini; Zaccaria; De Palma;
      Votto/La Scala. [live, 12-7-60; bl covs; NL]. FWR 644(2). B ....................... 16.00
393.*DVORAK: Mass in D, Op.86. Tikalowa; Mixova; Blachut; Haken;
      Smetacek/Prague Sym; CPO Cho. [German-only notes] Schwann AMS-
      3504. A- to A ...................................................................................................... 9.00
394.*FALLA: Atlantida (realized and completed by Halffter). Tarres; Gimenez;
      Sardinero; Fruhbeck de Burgos/Spanish National Orch & Cho. [quad]
      Angel SBLX-3852(2). A- ................................................................................. 13.00
395.*FAURE: Requiem; Cantique de Jean Racine (orchestrated by Rutter).
      Ashton; Varcoe; Rutter/City of London Sinfonia; Cambridge Singers.
      Collegium COL-101. A- to A ........................................................................... 12.00
396.*FAURE: Requiem. de los Angeles; Fischer-Dieskau; Cluytens/PCO;
      Brasseur Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-35974. A- ............................................. 12.00
397.*FAYRFAX: (Robert; 1464-1521): Mass, "Tecum principium;" Motet,
      "Aeterne laudis lilium." Stevens/Ambrosian Singers. Schwann Musica
      Sacra AMS-38. A- ............................................................................................ 10.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
398.*FINZI: Three Short Elegies; Seven Part Songs; Magnificat; God is Gone
      Up. O'Brien/Exultate Singers. MHS 4320. A- ................................................... 9.00
399.*GABRIELI: Sacrae Symphoniae & Canzoni for Double Choir, Brass &
      Organ. Gillesberger/Gabrieli Festival Cho & Brass Ens. Bach Guild
      BGS-5037. A-(s/s) ............................................................................................ 10.00
400.*GARCIA: (Jose; 1767-1830): Requiem. Davis; Allen; Brown; Tuloisela;
      Freeman/Helsinki Phil; Morgan College Cho. Col M-33431. A-(c/c) ........ 10.00
401. GILBERT & SULLIVAN: The Mikado. Green; Fancourt; Osborn; Watson;
      Styler; Godfrey/D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. [NL - as issued]
      Richmond RS-62004(2). A- ............................................................................. 10.00
402. GLUCK: Iphigenie en Aulide. Ludwig; Borkh; King; Berry; Edelmann;
      Bohm/Unidentified Company. [Live, 1962; includes French, German &
      English typed libretti] Penzance 25(3). A- ....................................................... 25.00
403.*GOMBERT: Missa Da Pacem. Renaissance Motets by Gombert, non Papa,
      Lheritier & Willaert. Planchart/Capella Cordina. Lyrichd LLST-7245. A- . 10.00
404.*GOMES: Il Guarany. Gomes; Maresca; Fortes; Carara; Tavares/Teatro
      Municipal, Rio de Janeiro. [Live; July 4, 1980; with notes, but NL] Voce
      48(3). A- ........................................................................................................... 25.00
405.*GRIEG: Haugtussa; Five Songs on Poems of Vilhelm Krag. Andersen,
      soprano; Bratlie, piano. Simax PS-1011. A-to A............................................. 10.00
406.*HAAS: (Joseph): Munchner Liebfrauen-Messe, Op.96; Deutsche
      Kindermesse, Op.108. Gunther/Rheinischer Kinder- und Jugendchor,
      Singgemeinschaft & Sinfonie-Orchester. [German-only notes] Garnet G-
      40 109. A- ......................................................................................................... 19.00
407. HALEVY: La Juive. Poncet; Brunin; Rottier; Wierzbicki; Ledent/Royal
      Opera House, Gent, Belgium. [Live, 1964; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age
      of Opera EJS 439(3). A- to B++(exceptionally fine pressing for EJS) ............ 50.00
408. HANDEL: Alexander Balus. Hoberg; Hudermann; Gilvan; Fahberg; Ritter;
      Treiber/Convivium Musicum Ch Orch, Munich; Mannheim Handel
      Choir. Musica Rara MUS-30/32(3). A- ........................................................... 15.00
409.*HANDEL: Judas Maccabaeus. Harper; Young; Watts; Shirley-Quirk;
      Somary/ECO; Amor Artis Cho. Van VCS-10105/7(3). A- .......................... 13.00
410.*HANDEL: Saul. McIntyre; M. Price; Davies; Bowman; Armstrong;
      Mackerras/ECO; Leeds Festival Cho. Archiv 2710 014(3). A- to A ........... 25.00
411.*HANDEL: Serse. Forrester; Popp; Brannigan; Miller; Tyler;
      Pristman/Vienna Radio Orch & Academy Cho. West WST-321(3). A- .... 17.00
412.*HAYDN: La Vera Costanza. Norman; Donath; Ahnsjo; Ganzarolli;
      Trimarchi; Dorati/Lausanne Ch Orch. [1st recording] Philips 6703
      077(3). A- to A(c/c) .......................................................................................... 13.00
413.*HAYDN: Orlando Paladino. Ameling; Auger; Killebrew; Shirley; Ahnsjo;
      Luxon; Dorati/Chamber Orch of Lausanne. Philips 6707 029(4). .............. 13.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
414.*HAYDN: The Seven Last Words of Christ. Babikian; Dressel; Alberts; van
       Kesterin; Wiener; Scherchen/VSOO; Academy Cho. Music Guild MS-
       199. A-/A--(c/c) .................................................................................................. 9.00
415.*HERBERT: Naughty Marietta. Blazer; Harrington; Green; Turnage;
       Morris/Millennium Ch Orch; Catholic University Cho. [dig]
       Smithsonian N-026(2). A- ................................................................................ 20.00
416.*HERRMANN: (Bernard): Wuthering Heights. Beaton; Bell; Earnshaw;
       Bowden; Rippon; Bainbridge; Composer/Pro Arte Orch. Unicorn UNB-
       400(4). A- ......................................................................................................... 36.00
417.*HONEGGER: Christmas Cantata. (Mollet, baritone; Lausanne Choruses);
       Symphony #2. Ansermet/OSR. London OS-25320. A-(c/c) ......................... 12.00
418.*HUMPERDINCK: Hansel & Gretel. von Stade; Cotrubas; Ludwig;
       Soderstrom; Te Kanawa; Nimsgern; Welting; Pritchard/Gurzenich Orch;
       Cologne Opera Children's Cho. Col M2-35898(2). A-(demo copy) ............ 13.00
419.*HUMPERDINCK: Hansel & Gretel. Moffo; Donath; Fischer-Dieskau;
       Ludwig; Berthold; Auger; Popp; Eichorn/BVRS; Tolz Boychoir. RCA
       ARL2-0637(2). A- ............................................................................................ 13.00
420. IBERT: Angelique. Boue; Lovano; Bourdin; Aubin/Orchestre Radio
       Lyrique; Choeurs RTF (Yvonne Gouverne) [with synopsis but NL;
       recorded 1954] Bourg BG-3010. A- ................................................................. 12.00
421.*IRELAND: These Things Shall Be Be (for Baritone, Chorus & Orch); Piano
       Concerto. Case, baritone; Parkin, piano; Boult/LPO & Cho. [from Lyrita
       SRCS-36] MHS 1429. A- ................................................................................. 10.00
422.*JANACEK: Choral Works for Female Voices (Hradcany Songs; The
       Wolf's Track; Kaspar Rucky); Nonsense Rhymes. Soloists; Veselka/CPO
       Cho; CPO Members. Supraphon 1 12 1486. A-............................................. 12.00
423.*JANACEK: Cunning Little Vixen. Ourednikova; Kroupa; Hlavsa;
       Prochazkova; Gregor/Prague National Theatre. [NL; German-only notes]
       Eurodisc 85 939(2). A- to A ............................................................................. 13.00
424. JANACEK: Jenufa. Jelinkova; Zidek; Blachut; Kalas; Cadikovicova;
       Vogel/Prague National Theatre. Artia ALPO-80(3). A--.............................. 13.00
425.*JANACEK: Jenufa. Domaninska; Pribyl; Kniplova; Zidek; Gregor/Prague
       National Theatre. Angel SBL-3756(2). A- ..................................................... 10.00
426.*JANACEK: Missa Glagolitica. Pilarczyk; Martin; Gedda; Gaynes;
       Bernstein/NYP; Cho. Col MS-6737. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ........................ 9.00
427.*KORNGOLD: Die Tote Stadt. Neblett; Kollo; Prey; Luxon;
       Leinsdorf/Munich Radio Orch; Bavarian Radio Cho. [box includes a
       Christmas card from Neblett's family from 1986!] RCA ARL3-1199(3). A- .. 30.00
428. LALO: Le Roi d'Ys. Micheau; Gorr; Borthayre; Legay; Savignol; Mars;
       Rallier; Cluytens/ORTF & Cho. Pathe FCX-683/85(3). A-(no notes or
       libretto) ............................................................................................................. 14.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
429.*LEEUW: (Ton de; 1926-96): Car Nos Vignes Sont en Fleur; And They
      Shall Reign for Ever; Invocations. Manning, mezzo-soprano; Gritton &
      Porcelijn/Radio Ch Cho & Instrumental Ens. Composers' Voice-
      8502(2). A- to A ...............................................................................................           19.00
430. LEONCAVALLO: Pagliacci (abridged). Amara; Da Costa; Guarrera;
      Anthony; Marsh; Cleva/Metropolitan Opera. Metropolitan Opera Record
      Club MO-811. A-..............................................................................................              12.00
431.*LEONI: (Franco): L'Oracolo (1905). Sutherland; Gobbi; Van Allan; Davies;
      Tourangeau; Bonynge/National Philharmonic. [World Premiere
      recording; plus incidental music from Prayer of the Sword] London OSA-
      12107(2). A- to A .............................................................................................            16.00
432.*LISZT: Songs, Volume 1 & 2 (18). Bartha; Werner; Simandi; Laszlo; Melis;
      Bende; Reti; Sandor. (misc pianists). [with English notes, but no English
      texts] Qualiton SLPX-1224-25(2). A- ..............................................................                         14.00
433.*LULLY: Alceste. Palmer; Vento; Le Maigat; Nighogossian; Rodde; Auphan;
      Malgloire/La Grande Ecurie et la Chambre du Roy. [1st complete
      recording] Col M3-34580(3). A- ......................................................................                      14.00
434.*MARTIN: (Frank): Six Monologues from Jedermann; Three Excerpts
      from The Tempest. Fischer-Dieskau; Composer/BPO. DGG 2543 819. A-
      to A ...................................................................................................................   10.00
435. MASCAGNI: Cavalleria Rusticana. Milanov; Kaskas; Olheim; Jagel;
      Valentino; Sodero/Metropolitan Opera. [Live, 1943; blank jacket; no
      notes or libretto] Unique Opera UORC-312. A- ..............................................                                12.00
436.*MASSENET: Cendrillon (Cinderella). Von Stade; Gedda; Welting; Berbie;
      Bastin; Rudel/PO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. Col M3-35194(3). A- ...............                                                 15.00
437.*MASSENET: Cherubin. Buchan; Delange; Command; Hubert;
      Marty/unidentified company. [Live, 1980; with lovely illustrated booklet
      with notes, synopsis & full French-English libretto] BJR S-160(2). A- ..........                                           30.00
438. MASSENET: Herodiade. Fouche; Cambron; Gulot; van Harden;
      Wolff/Hilversum Orch & Cho. [Live, 1957; NL; blank jackets] Golden
      Age of Opera EJS 245(3). B-............................................................................                    18.00
439.*MASSENET: Le Cid. Domingo; Bumbry; Plishka; Ingram; Hodges;
      Bergquist; Queler/Opera Orch of NY; Byrne Camp Cho. [live, Carnegie
      Hall, 3-8-76] Col M3-34211(3). A- ..................................................................                       11.00
440.*MASSENET: Manon. Sills; Gedda; Souzay; Bacquier; Castel; Trempont;
      Kern; Rudel/NPO. Audio Treas ABC-ATS-20007(4). A- ..............................                                           15.00
441.*MASSENET: Marie Magdeleine. Crespin; Nadler; Roney; Rouleau;
      Morss/Unnamed company. [Live; 1976] BJR S-138(2). A- ..........................                                            30.00
442.*MASSENET: Thais. Doria; Massard; Senechal; Collard;
      Etcheverry/Orch/Cho. West WGSO-8203(2). A-..........................................                                       12.00
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443.*MASSENET: Werther. Domingo; Obratsova; Auger; Grundheber; Moll;
      Chailly/Cologne Radio Orch; Cologne Children's Choir. DGG 2709
      091(3). A- to A(c/c) ..........................................................................................         14.00
444.*MASSENET: Werther. de los Angeles; Gedda; Mesple; Soyer; Benoit;
      Pretre/Paris Orch; RTF Children's Cho. [blue labels] Angel SCL-
      3736(3). A- .......................................................................................................     13.00
445.*MASSENET: Werther. Kraus; Troyanos; Bastin; Barbaux; Manuguerra;
      Plasson/LPO. Angel SZCX-3894(3). A-(libretto booklet
      AUTOGRAPHED by Kraus) ..........................................................................                        25.00
446.*MAYR: Medea in Corinto. Galvany; Patenaude; Stark; Cathcart; White;
      Palmer; Jenkins/Clarion Concerts Orch & Cho. Van VCS-10087/9(3). A-                                                     20.00
447. MENOTTI: The Unicorn, the Gorgon & the Manticore. Hodges; Nowland;
      Hensley; Karian; Schippers/Ch Ens & Cho. Angel 35437. A-(earliest U.S.
      red labels)..........................................................................................................   16.00
448.*MESSAGER: Veronique. Boue; Bourdin; de Rieux; Marquet; Moizan;
      Mallet; Dervaux/Orch & Cho. [French-only notes; NL] French Decca
      115.194/95(2). A- .............................................................................................         13.00
449. MESSAGER: Veronique. Boue; Bourdin; de Rieux; Marquet; Moizan;
      Dervaux/Orch & Cho. London International TW-91093/94(2). A-(NL).......                                                  18.00
450.*MESSIAEN: Trois Liturgies de la Presence Divine (with Women's Cho).
      ROUSSEL: Symphony #3. Bernstein/NYP. Col MS-6582. A-(early "2-
      eyes" labels) ......................................................................................................    16.00
451.*MEYERBEER: Le Prophete. Horne; McCracken; Scotto; Bastin; Hines;
      Lewis/RPO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. [first complete recording] Col M4-
      34340(4). A- .....................................................................................................      20.00
452.*MEYERBEER: Les Huguenots. Sutherland; Arroyo; Tourangeau; Vrenios;
      Bacquier; Cossa; Ghiuselev; Bonynge/NPO; Ambrosian Opera Cho.
      London OSA-1437(4). A-.................................................................................                 21.00
453.*MILHAUD: Les Choephores. Zorina; Boatwright; Jordan; Bernstein/NYP;
      Schola Cantorum. Col MS-6396. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ..........................                                      16.00
454.*MONTEVERDI: L'Incoronazione di Poppea. Laszlo; Lewis; Bible;
      Dominguez; Pritchard/RPO; Glyndebourne Fest Cho. [blue labels]
      Angel SBL-3644(2). A-(booklet photo page AUTOGRAPHED by
      Dominguez) ......................................................................................................       24.00
455. MONTEVERDI: Madrigals (8). Instrumental Ens; Jurgens/Hamburg
      Monteverdi Choir. Archiv 2533 146. A- to A ................................................                             10.00
456.*MONTEVERDI: Vespro Della Beata Vergine (Marien-Vesper 1610).
      Hansmann; Jacobeit; Rogers; t'Hoff; Jurgens/Monteverdi Cho, Hamburg;
      Harnoncourt/Concentus Musicus Wien; Ruhland/Capella Antiqua,
      Munich; Soloists fr Vienna Cho Boys. [Grand Prix du Disque] Telefunken
      SAWT-9501/02(2). A- ......................................................................................              18.00
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457. MOORE (DOUGLAS): Ballad of Baby Doe. Sills; Cassel; Bible; Krebs;
      Buckley/NYC Opera. Heliodor H-25035(3). A- ............................................ 16.00
458. MOUSSORGSKY: Boris Godunov. Reizen; Krassovsky; Bogdanov; Sipaev;
      Nelepp; Mikhailov; Golovanov/Bolshoi Theatre. [booklet has nice photos,
      but Russian-only text and NL; recorded 1948] Melodiya 33M10-47403-
      10(4). A- ........................................................................................................... 35.00
459.*MOZART: Ascanio in Alba. Ligabue; Rota; Cundari; Munteanu; Ratti;
      Cillario/Angelicum Orchestra of Milan; Polyphonic Chorus of Turin.
      RCA VICS-6126(3). A- .................................................................................... 15.00
460. MOZART: Bastien & Bastienne. Streich; Holm; Blankenheim;
      Stepp/Munich Ch Orch. Decca DL-9860. A-(slight cover stain) .................. 12.00
461. 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 to B+ ............................... 18.00
462.*MOZART: Idomeneo. Hollweg; Schmidt; Yakar; Palmer; Equiluz; Tear;
      Estes; Harnoncourt/Mozart Orchestra & Choir of Zurich Opera. [dig;
      DMM] Telefunken 6.35547(4). A- ................................................................... 15.00
463.*MOZART: Il Re Pastore. Popp; Grist; Saunders; Alva; Vaughan/Orch of
      Naples. RCA LSC-7049(2). A- ........................................................................ 13.00
464.*MOZART: La Betulia Liberata. Munteanu; Lazzarini; Cundari;
      Washington; Londi; Cillario/Angelicum, Milan. RCA VICS-6112(3). A-
      (early plum labels) ............................................................................................ 15.00
465.*MOZART: Marriage of Figaro. Wachter; Schwarzkopf; Cossotto; Taddei;
      Moffo; Giulini/PO & Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-3608(4). A-....................... 16.00
466.*MOZART: Mass in c, K.427. Mathis; Altmeyer; Erwin; Crass;
      Gonnenwein/Southwest German Ch Orch; Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-
      36205. A- ............................................................................................................ 9.00
467. MOZART: Requiem. Jurinac; West; Loeffler; Guthrie; Scherchen/VSOO &
      Academy Cho. West XWN-18766. B+(minor cover blemish) ......................... 9.00
468.*MOZART: Requiem. Endich; Alberts; DiVirgilio; Morgan;
      Leinsdorf/BSO; Chorus pro Musica; Harvard Glee Club & Radcliffe
      Choral Society; New England Conservatory Chorus; St. John's
      Seminary Chorus. [Complete recording of the Requiem Mass celebrated
      by Richard Cardinal Cushing in memory of John F. Kennedy at the
      Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston; January 19, 1964. Includes the
      program for the Mass as well as notes insert. Unlike some late copies, this
      copy does not have the error of one of the sides having been pressed twice.
      Scarce, historic set.][SD; 1S/2S/1S/1S] RCA LSC-7030(2). A-(s/s) ............... 75.00
469. MOZART: Twenty-two Canons. Theuring/Vienna Academy Chorus. West
      XWN-18793. A-- .............................................................................................. 13.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
470.*MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godunov. Talvela; Gedda; Mroz; Kinasz; Hiolski;
      Haugland; Semkow/Polish Radio Orch & Cho; Boys' Cho of Krakow
      Philhamonic. [First recording of original version; quad] Angel SDLX-
      3844(4). A- ....................................................................................................... 18.00
471.*OFFENBACH: Six Fables de La Fontaine; plus six other songs. LaPlante,
      baritone; Durand, piano. [French-only notes] Calliope CAL-1881. A- .......... 10.00
472.*PALIASHVILY: Absalom and Etery. Sotkilawa; T. & L. Tatischwili;
      Schuschanija; Tschkonija; Mirzchulava/USSR Radio Orch & Cho. DGG
      2709 094(3). A- to A ........................................................................................ 16.00
473.*PENDERECKI: St. Luke Passion. Woytowicz; Ladysz; Hiolski; Herdegen;
      Czyz/Cracow Phil; Cho. Philips 802 771/72(2). A- to A ............................... 14.00
474.*PENDERECKI: Utrenja. Soloists; Choruses; Markowski/Warsaw Ntnl
      Phil. Phil 6700 065(2). FS(c/c) ........................................................................ 16.00
475.*PERGOLESI: Il Maestro di Musica. Soderstrom; Sellergren; Ohlson;
      Hallgren; Gardelli/Drottningholms Ch Orch. [Live(?), 1955; with English
      synopsis & notes, but NL] Swedish Society Discofil SLT-33253. A- ............... 9.00
476.*PONCHIELLI: La Gioconda. Caballe; Pavarotti; Baltsa; Milnes; Ghiaurov;
      Bartoletti/National Philharmonic; London Opera Cho. [dig] London
      LDR-73005(3). A- to A(very slight box dam; pristine Dutch pressing) .......... 15.00
477. POULENC: Dialogues des Carmelites. Duval; Crespin; Gorr; Scharley;
      Berton; Depraz; Dervaux/Paris Opera. [early U.S. red labels; nice booklet
      with tassle-tied spine] Angel 3585(3). A-(booklet photo page
      AUTOGRAPHED by Dervaux) ...................................................................... 25.00
478.*POULENC: Gloria (Carteri, soprano); Concerto for Organ, Strings &
      Timpani (Durufle, organ). Pretre/ORTF. [1st recording of the Gloria;
      composer-supervised] Angel S-35953. A-(s/s) ................................................ 10.00
479.*POULENC: Stabat Mater; Four Motets For a Time of Penitence.
      Crespin; Pretre/PCO; Duclos Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-36121. A-............... 10.00
480.*PROKOFIEV: Flaming Angel. Rhodes; Depraz; Cottret; Bruck/Paris
      Opera. West WGSO-8173(3). A- .................................................................... 17.00
481.*PROKOFIEV: The Story of a Real Man. Kibkalo; Deomidova; Pankov;
      Eizen; Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre. West WGSO-8317(2). A- ........................... 13.00
482.*PUCCINI: Edgar. Bergonzi; Scotto; Killebrew; Sardinero; Munkittrick;
      Queler/Opera Orch of NY; Schola Cantorum. [Live, Carnegie Hall;
      quad] Col M2-34584(2). A-.............................................................................. 15.00
483.*PUCCINI: Madama Butterfly. Bieshu; Fedoseyev; Novoselova; Borisova;
      Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre. [notes in Russian only; NL] Melodiya
      03905/10(3). A- ................................................................................................ 24.00
484. PUCCINI: Manon Lescaut. Albanese; Bjoerling; Merrill; Calabrese; Carlin;
      Clabassi; Perlea/Rome Opera. [SD labels] RCA LM-6116(3). A-(a few
      bubble thumps sds 1 & 6) ................................................................................. 16.00
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485. PUCCINI: Manon Lescaut. Albanese; Bjoerling; Merrill; Perlea/Rome
      Opera. RCA VIC-6027(2). A- .........................................................................                   13.00
486.*PUCCINI: Tosca (sung in Russian). Bieshu; Muntyanu; Mazarok; Korolev;
      Pankov; Lazarev/Bolshoi Theatre. Side 6: Bieshu recital: Arias from
      Butterfly(3) & Manon Lescaut (Khaikin/Bolshoi Theatre). [Nice booklet
      with photos, but notes in Russian only and NL] Melodiya C10-17403
      001(3). A- .........................................................................................................   27.00
487. PUCCINI: Tosca. Melis; Pauli; Granforte. [The notes state that this recording
      came from 1929, but are silent about the artists beyond those three;
      apparently the recording is the Victor version originally on M-84, with
      Sabajno/La Scala.] [NL] Eclat EC-1002(2). A- .............................................                             35.00
488.*PUCCINI: Tosca. Milashkina; Atlantov; Milashkina; Atlantov; Sokolov;
      Filippov; Shkaptsov; Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre. [includes English synopsis
      and notes, but NL] Melodiya C10-08431-36(3). A-.........................................                               25.00
489. RACHMANINOFF: The Bells. Yeend; Lloyd; Harrell; Temple University
      Choir; Ormandy/Phila (who also play the Isle of the Dead). Col ML-5043.
      A-("6-eyes" labels) ...........................................................................................        15.00
490. RAMEAU: Platee. Gedda; Jansen; Senechal; Micheau; Sautereau; Castelli;
      Linval; Rosbaud/PCO; Festival d'Aix-en-Provence Chorus. [mono-only;
      recorded 1956; in box with very handsomely printed booklet; French-only
      notes & libretto] Pathe DTX-223/24(2). A- .....................................................                        25.00
491.*RESPIGHI: Belfagor. Miller; Sass; Lamberti; Takacs; Polgar;
      Gardelli/Hungarian State Orch; Hungarian Radio & TV Chorus. [dig]
      Hungaroton SLPD-12850-52(3). A- .................................................................                      30.00
492.*REYER: (Ernest; 1823-1909): Sigurd. Chauvet; Guiot; Massard; Esposito;
      Bastin; Blanc; Rosenthal/Unnamed Company. [Live; 1974] BJR S-
      141(4). A- .........................................................................................................   60.00
493.*ROBB: (John Donald): Songs (four with McRae, sop; Randall, oboe;
      Robert, pf; nine with Ives, bar; Robert, pf.) Opus One #48. A-.....................                                    10.00
494.*ROSSINI: Donna del Lago. Ricciarelli; Terrani; Gonzales; Ramey;
      Pollini/Chamber Orch of Europe; Prague Philharmonic Cho. [dig; first
      recording] CBS I3M-39311(3). A-(Dutch pressing) ........................................                               19.00
495. ROSSINI: Elissabetta, Regina d'Inghilterra. Gencer; Guglielmi; Grilli;
      Bottazzo; Gavazzeni/Teatro Massimo of Palermo. [Live, 1971; Fillers,
      sides 5 & 6: Gencer interview, 1971; live aria performances, 1964-7: Stabat
      Mater; Wm Tell, Anna, Maria Stuarda & Roberto; w/nice illustrated
      libretto/notes booklet] MRF 98(3). A- .............................................................                    30.00
496. ROSSINI: La Cenerentola. Berganza; Monti; Bruscatini; Monreale;
      Rossi/Scarlatti Orchestra & Chorus of RAI Naples. [Live; 1958]
      Movimento Musica 03 004(3). A- ....................................................................                    20.00
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497.*ROSSINI: La Pietra del Paragone. Bonazzi; Carreras; Diaz; Elgar; Foldi;
      Reardon; Wolff; Jenkins/Clarion Concerts Orch & Cho. Van VSD-
      71183/85(3). A-(lovely copy) ........................................................................... 17.00
498. ROSSINI: Mose. Rossi Lemeni; Lazzari; Taddei; Filippeschi; De Palma;
      Clabassi; Danieli; Serafin/Teatro di San Carlo di Napoli. [1956, mono
      only] Philips 6703 036(3). A- to A ................................................................... 18.00
499.*ROSSINI: Tancredi. Horne; Cuberli; Palacio; Zaccaria; Weikert/Orch &
      Cho del Teatro La Fenice. [dig] CBS I3M-39073(3). A- to A ...................... 18.00
500.*SCHOECK: Lebendig Begraben (14 songs on texts of Gottfried Keller).
      Kannen, bass; Weikert/Zurich Opera Orch. [dig; DMM; German-only
      notes] Atlantis ATL-95 205. A- to A ............................................................... 10.00
501.*SCHUBERT: Alfonso und Estrella. Mathis; Schreier; Fischer-Dieskau;
      Prey; Adam; Suitner/Staatskapelle Berlin; Berlin Radio Cho. [quad]
      Angel SCLX-3878(3). A- ................................................................................. 14.00
502.*SCHUMANN: Songs. Frauenlieben & Leben (complete); Plus fifty-four
      more songs taken from Op.25, 31, 37, 49, 51, 64, 77, 79, 83, 89, 95, 96,
      98A, 101, 104, 107, 125, 138 & 142. Edith Mathis; Eschenbach, piano.
      DGG 2740 266(3). A- to A(c/c) ....................................................................... 19.00
503.*SCHUTZ: Motets & Psaumes (8). Caillard/Vocal & Instrumental Ens. Erato
      STU-70723. A- ................................................................................................... 8.00
504.*SIBELIUS: Kullervo (1st recording); Swanwhite (incidental music);
      Kuolema (Scene with Cranes). Kostia; Viitanen (in Kullervo);
      Berglund/Bournemouth Sym. Angel SB-3778(2). A- ................................... 10.00
505. SIBELIUS: The Maid in the Tower. Haggander; Ancker; Lindroos;
      Hynninsen; Jalas/Finnish Radio Orch. [live, 1981; no notes or libretto]
      ANNA 1055. A-................................................................................................ 10.00
506. SMAREGLIA: Nozze Istriana. Mattioli; Pugliese; Mazzini; Rumbo;
      Catalani; Amadi/unidentified company. [blank jackets; NL] ANNA
      1003(2). A- ....................................................................................................... 19.00
507.*SMETANA: Dalibor. Pribyl; Jindrak; Kniplova; Horacek; Svorc;
      Krombholc/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50971/3(3). A-. 19.00
508.*SMETANA: The Devil's Wall. Bednar; Berman; Mixova; Zidek; Subrtova;
      Chalabala/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50361/3(3). A-
      (brief lgt tks middle side 1)............................................................................... 25.00
509. SMETANA: The Kiss. Cervinkova; Krasova; Petrova; Blachut;
      Chalabala/Prague National Theatre. Heritage HCNL-8006/7(2). A- .......... 14.00
510. SPONTINI: Agnese di Hohenstaufen. Caballe; Bruscantini; Stella; Guelfi;
      Mazzoli; Muti/RAI Rome. [Live, June 16, 1970; NL] Estro Armonico Rare
      Opera Editions EA-05460(3). A-...................................................................... 30.00
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511. SPONTINI: Agnese di Hohenstaufen. Caballe; Prevedi; Stella; Guelfi;
      Bruscantini; Muti/RAI Rome. [Live, 4-30-70; with booklet of detailed
      synopsis, but NL] MRF 60(3). A-- ................................................................... 25.00
512. SPONTINI: La Vestale. Callas; Corelli; Stignani; Rossi-Lemeni; Votto/La
      Scala. [Live, 1954; includes booklet with production photos (including one
      of Toscanini at rehearsal talking with de Sabata), but NL] Cetra LO-33(3).
      A- to A .............................................................................................................. 17.00
513. STRAUSS: Ariadne auf Naxos. Schwarzkopf; Seefried; Otto; Streich;
      Hoffman; Prey; Felbermeyer; Schock; Karajan/PO. [blue labels] Angel
      3532(3). A- ....................................................................................................... 14.00
514. STRAUSS: Salome. Welitsch; Jagel; Thorborg; Janssen; Reiner/Met. [Live,
      3/12/49] [Booklet includes synopsis and production photos, but NL] Side 4:
      Welitsch: interview (3/12/49); Arias from Don Giovanni(3) & Aida(2) from
      live performances, 1950 & 1951. MRF 1(2). A- .............................................. 20.00
515. STRAVINSKY: Les Noces; Mass; Pater Noster; Ave Maria. Addison;
      Okerson; R.Price; Burrows; Margaret Hillis/NY Concert Orch & Cho.
      [Fold-open album includes photo of Hillis from early 1950's; pretty
      interesting to those familiar with her only from her CSO Chorus days,
      c.1958-early 1990's] Vox PL-8630. A-(Noces)/B+(rest) ................................. 25.00
516.*STRAVINSKY: Oedipus Rex. Shirley; Verrett; Gramm; Composer/Opera
      Society of Washington. Col MS-6472. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) .................... 9.00
517.*STRAVINSKY: The Rake's Progress. Raskin; Young; Reardon; Sarfaty;
      Composer/RPO; Sadlers Wells Opera Chorus. Col M3S-710(3). A-
      (early "2-eyes" labels) ....................................................................................... 25.00
518.*SVIRIDOV: (Georgi; b.1915): Wooden Russia (4 songs); Cast Off Russia
      (12 songs) (both cycles composed to poems of Sergei Esenin). Sevidov,
      piano. Melodiya C10-22641 004. A- ................................................................ 12.00
519. SZOKOLAY: Blood Wedding. Komlossy; Hazy; Farago; Szonyi; Moldovan;
      Korody/Hungarian Radio & Television. [Libretto in French & Hungarian
      only, but English notes and detailed synopsis] Qualiton LPX-1262-63(2).
      A- to B+ ............................................................................................................ 19.00
520. SZYMANOWSKI: Seven Art Songs (Kawecka, soprano; Wightman, piano);
      Four Preludes, Op.1 and Etude, Op.3 (Filar, piano). Bruno BR-23029.
      B++ ................................................................................................................... 10.00
521.*SZYMANOWSKI: Stabat Mater; Litania to the Virgin Mary; Demeter.
      Gadulanka; Rappe; Hiolski; Wit/Polish Radio Orch & Cho. [dig; DMM]
      Electrola 27 0027 1. A- to A............................................................................. 10.00
522.*TANEYEV: Oresteia. Tschernobajew; Galuschkina; Bokow; Tkatschenko;
      Tatiana Kolomijzeva/Belorussian State Opera & Ballet Theatre. DGG
      2709 097(3). A-(c/c) ......................................................................................... 13.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
523.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Yolanta. Vishnevskaya; Gedda; Petkov; Groenroos;
      Rostropovich/Paris Orch; Groupe Vocal de France. [dig; live, 12/84]
      Erato NUM-75207(2). A- to A ......................................................................... 20.00
524.*THEODORAKIS: "Songs of Freedom" - Seven Songs of Lorca; Three
      Songs; Four Epitaphs for Solo Guitar. Farandouri, soprano; Williams,
      guitar. Col M-32686. A- ................................................................................... 12.00
525.*THOMAS: Hamlet. Milnes; Sutherland; Morris; Conrad; Winbergh; Lewis;
      Bonynge/Welsh National Opera. [dig; Dutch pressing] London 410
      184(3). A- to A ................................................................................................. 20.00
526.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Hugh the Drover. Tear; Armstrong; Watts;
      Lloyd; Rippon; Groves/RPO; Cho. Angel SZBX-3879(2). FS....................... 20.00
527.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: On Wenlock Edge. BUTTERWORTH: Love
      Blows as the Wind Blows. ELGAR: Pleading; Three Songs, Op.59; Two
      Songs, Op.60. Tear, tenor; Handley/City of Birmingham Sym. EMI
      ASD-3896. A- to A ........................................................................................... 15.00
528.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Songs of Travel (Allen, baritone); On Wenlock
      Edge (Tear, tenor). Rattle/City of Birmingham Sym. [dig; DMM] Angel
      DS-38089. A- to A(demo copy) ......................................................................... 9.00
529.*VERDI: Attila. Raimondi; Bergonzi; Deutekom; Milnes; Bastin; Cassinelli;
      Gardelli/RPO; Ambrosian Singers; Finchley Children's Music Group.
      Philips 6700 056(2). A- to A ............................................................................ 14.00
530.*VERDI: Don Carlos. Christoff; Stella; Labo; Bastianini; Cossotto; Vinco;
      Santini/La Scala. [superb copy in early deluxe oversize box; includes
      AUTOGRAPHS next to their portraits in the booklet by Cossotto,
      Bastianini & Vinco, all in bold black ink] [tulip labels] DGG 138
      760/63(4). A- to A ............................................................................................ 45.00
531. VERDI: Don Carlo. Christoff; Gedda; Stella; Nicolai; Santini/Rome Opera.
      Capitol GCR-7165(3). A- ................................................................................. 13.00
532. VERDI: Falstaff. Valdengo; Merriman; Elmo; Stitch-Randall (sic); Nelli;
      Guarrera; Scott; Toscanini/NBC; Shaw Chorale. RCA LM-6111(3). A-
      (very clean PD pressing)................................................................................... 23.00
533. VERDI: I Due Foscari. Gencer; Guelfi; Picchi; Maddalena; Begali;
      Serafin/Teatro "La Fenice," Venice. [Live, 1957; NL] Melodram MEL-
      465(2). A- to A ................................................................................................. 20.00
534. VERDI: I Masnadieri. Limarilli; Malaspina; Giaiotti; Mannino/RAI Turin.
      [Live,1971] MRF 86(2). A- .............................................................................. 25.00
535.*VERDI: I Vespri Siciliani. Arroyo; Domingo; Milnes; Raimondi;
      Levine/NPO; Alldis Choir. RCA ARL4-0370(4). A- .................................... 15.00
536. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Callas; Modesti; Penno; Stignani; Tagliabue;
      Votto/La Scala. [Live; 2/23/1953; NL] CLS ARPCL-32039(2). A- to
      A(silky pressing!) ............................................................................................. 22.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
537. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Del Monaco; Tebaldi; Bastianini; Siepi;
      Corena; Simionato; Di Palma; Molinari-Pradelli/ASCR. London XLLA-
      37(4). A--(occ tks from brief scrs).................................................................... 18.00
538. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Cerquetti; Simionato; Ferraro; Protti;
      Christoff; Sanzogno/Unidentified Company. [Live, 1956; no notes; NL;
      blank covers] Unique Opera UORC-332(2). A-............................................... 12.00
539. VERDI: Macbeth (original 1847 version). Glossop; Hunter; Tomlinson;
      Collins; Matheson/BBC Concert Orch. [Live; 7-28-1978; with notes &
      synopsis, but NL] Voce 11(3). A-(some lightly ticky spots on side 3) ............ 15.00
540. VERDI: Nabucco. Bastianini; Vinco; Parutto; Ottolini; Rota;
      Bartoletti/MMF. [Live, 1961; libretto in Italian only] Replica ARPL-
      32497(3). A- to A ............................................................................................. 30.00
541. VERDI: Otello. Vinay; Martinis; Schoffler; Wagner; Dermota; Greindl;
      Furtwangler/VPO; VSO Cho. [Live; Salzburg Festival; 8/7/51] Side 6:
      Schumann - Symphony #1. Furtwangler/VPO; 1951. [With booklet
      including synopsis & photos, but NL] MRF 45(3). A- .................................... 32.00
542. VERDI: Otello. Martinelli; Tethberg; Votipka; Tibbett; de Paolis; Moscona;
      Panizza/Metropolitan Opera. [Live broadcast: February 24, 1940]
      [Deluxe Soria Series limited edition; the fourth (1977) in the Met's Soria
      Series of Historical Recordings available only to generous Met donors; with
      20-page illustrated booklet and complete libretto in velvety slipcase]
      Metropolitan Opera-MET--4(3). A- ............................................................... 100.00
543. VERDI: Otello. del Monaco; Gobbi; Ricciardi; Cesarini; Ligabue;
      Sanzogno/Teatro Massimo di Palermo. [Live, 1962; Italian-only libretto]
      Melodram MEL-475(3). A- to A ...................................................................... 21.00
544. VERDI: Otello. del Monaco; Gobbi; Tucci; M.Caruso; Clabassi; Okamura;
      Erede/Tokyo Radio Orchestra & Opera Cho. [Live; 1959] Melodram
      MEL-417(3). FS ............................................................................................... 22.00
545. VERDI: Otello. Vinay; Nelli; Valdengo; Merriman; Chabay; Moscona;
      Toscanini/NBC Sym. [from broadcasts in December 1947] British RCA
      AT-303(3). A- to A(superb British pressings).................................................. 24.00
546.*VERDI: Rigoletto. Melis; Ilosfalvy; Laszlo; Body; Gardelli/Hungarian
      State Opera. [with English notes, but libretto Hungarian only] Hungaroton
      SLPX-1231-33(3). A- ....................................................................................... 19.00
547. VERDI: Simon Boccanegra. Gobbi; Christoff; de los Angeles; Campora;
      Santini/Rome Opera. [blue labels] Angel 3617(3). A-- ................................. 18.00
548. VERDI: Un Ballo in Maschera. Callas; di Stefano; Gobbi; Barbieri;
      Votto/La Scala. [blue labels] Angel 3557(3). A- ............................................ 13.00
549.*WAGNER: Das Liebesmahl der Apostel (The Feast of Pentecost).
      BRUCKNER: Helgoland. Morris/Symphonica of London; Ambrosian
      Male Voice Cho. Peters PLE-043. A-(s/s) ....................................................... 12.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
550.*WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Fischer-Dieskau; Ludwig; Ligendza;
      Domingo; Hermann; Laubenthal; Jochum/Berlin Opera. DGG 2713
      011(5). A-(Italian pressings) ............................................................................. 22.00
551.*WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Kollo; Schreier; Donath; Hesse; Adam;
      Ridderbusch; Evans; Karajan/Staatskapelle Dresden; Cho. [drm; DMM]
      Electrola 153-7 49683 1(4). A- to A................................................................. 19.00
552.*WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Adam; Donath; Kollo; Evans; Hesse;
      Schreier; Ridderbusch; Kelemen; Moll; Karajan/Dresden State Orch. [in
      lovely heavy album with outside slipsleeve] Angel SEL-3776(5). A- ............. 25.00
554. WAGNER: Die Walkure. Suthaus; Frick; Frantz; Rysanek; Modl; Klose;
      Topper; Furtwangler/VPO. [Booklet includes fine photographs; notes in
      German only; NL] Electrola E-90 100/04(5). A- ............................................. 50.00
555. WAGNER: Lohengrin. Bolshoi Theatre Soloists; Samosud/USSR Radio
      Choir & Orch. Melodiya 04734-41(4). A-(brief tks sd 2; NL) ...................... 45.00
556.*WAGNER: Love-Feast of the Apostles; Siegfried Idyll (Original Chamber
      Version). Boulez/NYP; Westminster Choir. Col M-35131. A- .................... 10.00
557.*WAGNER: Parsifal. Thomas; London; Hotter; Dalis; Neidlinger; Talvela;
      Knappertsbusch/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1962] [demo copy] Philips
      PHS 5-950(5). B+(rather noisy pressing typical for this issue)........................ 13.00
558.*WAGNER: Parsifal. King; Jones; Crass; Stewart; McIntyre;
      Boulez/Bayreuth Festival, 1970. DGG 2713 004(5). A- to A(c/c) ................ 20.00
559. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde. Flagstad; Melchior; Thorberg; Kipnis;
      Darcy; Leinsdorf/Metropolitan Opera. Live broadcast, February 8, 1941.
      [Deluxe Soria Series limited edition in royal blue velvet box with gold
      lettering; the third (1976) in the Met's Soria Series of Historical Recordings
      available only to generous Met donors; with 20-page illustrated booklet and
      complete libretto] Metropolitan Opera-MET--3(4). A-(velvet box also in
      fine condition) ................................................................................................. 100.00
560. WEBER: Die Freischutz. Streich; Poell; Horn; Grummer; Proebstl; Erich
      Kleiber/Cologne Radio Orch & Cho. [live, 1955; no notes or libretto - as
      issued] IGI 300(2). A-....................................................................................... 19.00
561.*WEBERN: Complete Vocal Chamber Works. Dorow, soprano; De
      Leeuw/Schoenberg Ens; Netherlands Ch Cho. Koch Schwann 114 005
      FA. A- to A ....................................................................................................... 10.00
562.*WEBERN: Lieder (43: complete published songs). Dorothy Dorow;
      Rudolf Jansen, piano. [dig; DMM] Etcetera ETC-2008(22). A- to A ............ 19.00
563.*WEINBERGER: Schwanda. Prey; Popp; Jerusalem; Killebrew; Nimsgern;
      Wallberg/Munich Radio Orch; Cho. [TAS 29:132-3] CBS M3-36926(3).
      A- to A(lovely German pressing) ..................................................................... 20.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
564.*WOLF: Der Corregidor. Fuchs; Teschemacher; Erb; Bohme; Frick;
      Herrmann; Hann; Elmendorff/Staatskapelle Dresden; Dresden Opera
      Cho. [recorded 1944; with notes and synopsis (including English) but
      apparently issued without libretto] Acanta 40.21 408(3). A- ...........................                           19.00
565. WOLF-FERRARI: I Quattro Rusteghi. Carteri; Valletti; Rossi-Lemeni;
      Elmo; Ligabue; Votto/La Scala. [Live; 1954; NL] HRE 344(3). A- ..............                                     18.00
566. WOLF-FERRARI: La Vedova Scaltra. Noni; Casinelli; Biaffard; Badioli;
      Lazzari; Sanzogno/unidentified company. [Live; NL; bl covs] Golden
      Age of Opera EJS 471. A- to B+(unusually fine pressing for EJS) .................                                 25.00
567.*ZEMLINSKY: Eine Florentinische Tragodie. von Osten; Gotz; Demitz;
      Pleyer/Teatro La Fenice. [English notes, but libretto German/Italian only]
      Fonit Cetra LMA-3010. A- ...............................................................................          10.00

LP's: Operatic & Choral Highlights
568.*BIZET: Carmen (exc). de los Angeles; Gedda; Micheau; Blanc;
      Beecham/ORTF. Capitol SG-7222. A- ............................................................. 8.00
569. CATALANI: Dejanice (exc). Di Rocco; Bertoli; Ferraro; Matragna; Gaetani;
      Belardinelli/Orch. [Live; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS
      472. B++ ........................................................................................................... 15.00
570. GIORDANO: Andrea Chenier (exc). di Stefano; Fineschi; Savarese; Boni;
      Rigacci/unidentfied company. [Live, 1962; NL; bl cov] Unique Opera
      UORC-278. A- .................................................................................................... 8.00
571. 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
572. HALEVY: La Juive (exc). Rethberg; Martinelli; Boerner; Clemens;
      Merola/San Francisco Opera. [Live, 1936; NL; bl cov] Golden Age of
      Opera EJS 221. B(1/4-in scr start side 2) ........................................................... 9.00
573. MOZART: Abduction from the Seraglio (exc). Berger; Anders;
      Heger/Berlin State Opera. [recorded 1942] BASF 10 21495-8. A- to A ...... 10.00
574. MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godounov (exc). Kipnis; Thorborg; Maison;
      Szell/unidentified company. WAGNER: Siegfried (finale). Flagstad;
      Hartmann; Bodanzky/unidentified company). [Live; bl cov] Golden Age of
      Opera EJS 550. B+ ........................................................................................... 10.00
575. PUCCINI: La Boheme (exc). Sayao; Martini; Brownlee; Lazzri;
      Cehanovsky; Sodero/unidentified company. [Live, 1944; bl cov; NL;
      original sources are not quiet] Unique Opera UORC-140. A- ......................... 12.00
576. PUCCINI: Tosca (Act I). Muzio; Borgioli; Gandolfii; Merola/San Francisco
      Opera. [Live, 1932; NL; bl cov] Golden Age of Opera EJS 129. B ................. 9.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Highlights - continued
77. VERDI: Der Troubadour (Trovatore excerpts sung in German). Scheppan;
      Schilp; Rosvaenge; Schmitt-Walter; Rother/Berlin Opera. [recorded 1942]
      BASF 10 21499-0. A- to A ............................................................................... 10.00
578.*VERDI: Falstaff (excerpts in Russian). Nechipailo; Vishnevskaya; Valaitis;
      Reshetin; Melik-Pashaev/Bolshoi. [10-in] Melodiya 33C-985-986. A- ......... 12.00
579.*VERDI: Il Trovatore. Bonisolli; Kabaivanska; Cortez; Zancanaro;
      Bartoletti/Berlin Opera. [German-only notes] Acanta 40.23 547. A- to A ... 10.00
580. VERDI: Macbeth (exc). Varnay; Petroff; Penno; Tajo; Gui/unidentified
      company. [Live, 1951; bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-299. A- ........................ 10.00
581. VERDI: Otello (exc). Del Monaco; Cavalli; Gobbi; Capuana/Rome Opera.
      [live, 12-26-60; Italian-only notes] I Gioelli della Lirica GDL 15. A- .............. 9.00
582. VERDI: Otello (exc). Del Monaco; Petrella; Taddei; de Fabritiis/Palacio de
      Belles Artes, Mexico City. [Live; June 20, 1951; bl cov] Unique Opera
      UORC-288. A-- ................................................................................................ 15.00
583. WAGNER: Die Walkure, Act I. Caballe; Cassilly; Salminen;
      Wallet/Barcelona. [Live, 1977] HRE 224. A-(front cover
      AUTOGRAPHED BY CABALLE [1981]) ..................................................... 16.00
584. WAGNER: Die Walkure - Act 2: Todesverkundigung. Act 3: Complete.
      Flagstad; Edelmann; Svanholm; Solti/VPO. London A-4225(2). A- .............. 20.00
585.+WAGNER: Die Walkure and Gotterdammerung (excerpts). Varnay;
      Windgassen; Greindl; Ludwig/BVRS; Berlin Radio Orch. [German-only
      notes] Heliodor 89 800. A- to A ....................................................................... 10.00
586. WAGNER: Gotterdammerung (Three Scenes: Melchior & Helgers
      w/Heger/LSO; Leider & Marherr-Wagner w/Blech/BSOO). Die Walkure
      (Three Scenes: Leider & Schorr w/Blech/BSOO). Angel COLH-105. A-
      (British pressing) .............................................................................................. 12.00
587. WAGNER: Parsifal (exc). Vinay; Modl; Knappertsbusch/Bayreuth
      Festival. [Live, 1956; Italian-only notes] I Gioielli della Lirica GDL 43. A- ... 9.00
588.*WAGNER: Parsifal (exc). Minton; Goldberg; Schone; Lloyd; Haugland;
      Jordan/Monte-Carlo Phil; Prague Philharmonic Cho. [dig] [from film,
      c.1982] Erato NUM-75037. A-........................................................................... 9.00
589. WAGNER: Parsifal (exc). Vinay; Modl; Knappertsbusch/Bayreuth
      Festival. [Live, 1956; Italian-only notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 43. A-.......... 12.00
590. WAGNER: Tannhauser (exc). Vinay; Fischer-Dieskau; Brouwenstijn;
      Keilberth/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1954; Italian-only notes] I Gioielli
      della Lirica GDL 27. A- to A ............................................................................. 9.00
591. WAGNER: Tristan & Isolde (extended excerpts). Lorenz; Buchner; Klose;
      Prohaska; Heger/BSOO. [German-only libretto] Eterna 8 21 028-9(2). A- ... 13.00
592. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde (exc). Flagstad; Anday; Lorenz; Weber;
      Schoeffler; de Sabata/unidentified company. [live, 1948; blank jacket;
      NL] Unique Opera UORC-260. A- .................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections
593. A TREASURY OF ENGLISH SONG: Works of Elgar(3), Gibbs, Coleridge-
      Taylor, Parry(2), Bantock(2), Holbrooke, Quilter(6), Peel, Ireland(3),
      Delius(3), Bridge(3), Holst, Scott(2), Bax(2), Vaughan Williams(3),
      Warlock(3) & Moeran(2). Sung by a couple dozen mostly-British vocalists,
      recorded 1915-48. EMI EX-29 0911 3(2). A- ..................................................                                18.00
594. DONIZETTI TENORS: Donizetti arias sung by Bondino, Kozma, Bertocci,
      Tei, Alva, Pontiggia, Jimenez, Filacuridi, Aragall, Tagliavini, Ferrein, Mori,
      Grilli & Bottion. [bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-109. A-- ...............................                                       13.00
595.*EL SIGLO DE ORO: Spanish Church Music of the Renaissance. Works
      of Victoria(13), Guerrero(4), Lobo, Esquivel, Ceballos, de Morales,
      Vivanco, Pujol, Navarro & de Castro. Turner/Pro Cantione Antiqua;
      London Cornett & Sackbut Ens. Telefunken 6.35371(3). A- to A...............                                                 20.00
596. GREAT BRITISH MEZZOS: & CONTRALTOS: Selections sung by Butt,
      Lunn, Thornton, Megane, Haley, Brunskill, Coates, Ripley, Evans, Nielsen
      & Ferrier. EMI HLM-7145. A- to A ................................................................                           12.00
597. 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- to
      A........................................................................................................................   12.00
598. GREAT SINGERS IN PREVIOUSLY: UNPUBLISHED RECORDINGS:
      Matzenauer, Tetrazzini, McCormack, Galli-Curci, Schipa, Tibbett, Crooks,
      Garden, Bjoerling, Kipnis, Melchior & Chaliapin. Voce 88. FS .....................                                          15.00
599. GREAT VOICES OF BAYREUTH: Volume 2. Wagner vocal selections
      sung (more than one aria by some) by Rysanek, Windgassen, Kupper,
      Greindl, Waechter, Hotter, Varnay, Stewart, Jones, Ridderbusch,
      Thomas, Fischer-Dieskau, Nilsson, Ludwig, Talvela & King. DISC #5:
      GREAT CONDUCTORS AT BAYREUTH: Furtwangler (Meistersinger
      Prelude; BPO); Jochum (Lohengrin Act I Prelude; BVRS); De Sabata
      (Tristan Prelude; BPO); Boulez (Parsifal Prelude; Bayreuth Orch); Bohm
      (Flying Dutchman Overture; Bayreuth Orch). [French-only booklet of
      notes] DGG 410 855-1(5). FS ..........................................................................                      33.00
600.*NEW YORK PRO MUSICA MOTET: CHOIR & WIND ENSEMBLE:
      Josquin des Prez - Missa Pange Lingua; Instrumental Pieces (4); Motets
      (3). Noah Greenberg conducts. Decca DL-79410. A- ....................................                                       10.00
601.*OLD CZECH FOLK SONGS (18): Prague Madrigal Singers. Supraphon 1
      17 1278. A- .......................................................................................................         12.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections - continued
602. 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 (#2821) includes lavishly-illustrated 50-page booklet with a
      page of notes on each recorded aria and a listing of opening night operas
      and casts, 1883-1965; also includes a 2-inch x 3-inch piece of the curtain
      from the Old Met; only listed in Schwann from October 1966 until May
      1967] [WD labels] RCA LM-6171(3). A- ........................................................                          33.00
603. POTPOURRI #21: Arias sung by Masini(4), Rethberg(3), Sack(2),
      Lehmann(4), Bori(3), Pauly, Jeritza & Melchior. Conductors inc Reiner,
      Ormandy, Klemperer, Black & Rapee. [rec 1937-38; blank jacket] Golden
      Age of Opera EJS 425. A- ................................................................................              13.00
604. SOUVENIRS OF MEYERBEER, VOL 2: Arias & duets by Lafargue,
      Gresse, Singher, Norena, Fugere, Cannetti, Journet, De Angelis, Carlyle, de
      Montalant & Homer. [Recorded 1905-54] International Record Collectors'
      Club IRCC L-7038. A- .....................................................................................             18.00
605. TALES OF OFFENBACH: Operetta arias sung by Hahn, Bjoerling, Berthon,
      Berthad, Demoulin, Nash, Arnoult, Musy, Vix, Printemps, Meister, Cernay,
      Favart, Vaguet, Novikova. Club 99 CL-99-110. A- .........................................                              10.00
606. TEATRO ALLA SCALA: Bicentenaire, 1778-1978. Sixty arias & duets
      spotlighting a similar number of vocalists. Dates of recordings are not
      given, but the selections are presented in order of the person's debut at La
      Scala, from Victor Maurel (1870) to Caniglia & Gigli (1930). [28-page
      booklet includes English notes and many photos and other illustrations]
      Accord 150 001(4). A- ......................................................................................           36.00

LP's: Vocalists
607. ANDERSON: America, Two Spirituals, Ave Maria & Favorita Aria (Rupp,
      piano; Lincoln Memorial concert, 1939). Arias from Serse, Cid, Herodiade
      & Don Carlos (Bell Telephone Hours, 1943-51). Arias from Reine de Saba
      & Norma (V-Disc, 1943). Aria from Ballo (Mitropoulos & Peerce, 1955).
      Legendary LR-126. A-...................................................................................... 18.00
608. ANDERSON: Arias - L'Enfant Prodigue, Favorita, Samson, Jeanne d'Arc;
      Spiritual. WYSOR: Arias - Clemenz(2), Prophete(2). Allegro Royale 1589.
      B ........................................................................................................................ 16.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
609. ANDERSON: Arias from Samson(2); songs of Schubert, Spross, Foster,
      Trad, 2 spirituals [rec 1930's to 1951]. MAYNOR: Aria from Figaro (Live,
      Ormandy/Phila; 10-20-45), Martha, Louise; 1 spiritual; songs of Bishop &
      Harrison (3 items from 1944 broadcast w/Lionel Barrymore as host).
      Parnassus PAR-1004. FS! ................................................................................. 16.00
610.*ANHEISSER: German Romantic Songs - Schubert(2), Weber, Schumann(2),
      Loewe(2), Jensen(2), Mendelssohn, Brahms(3), Wolf(4), Franz(2),
      Strauss(2), Pftizner & Graener. Weissenborn, piano. [German-only texts]
      Electrola C 063-29 077. A- to A....................................................................... 12.00
611.*ANHEISSER: Loewe - Humorous Ballads & Cheerful Songs (14).
      Weissenborn, piano. Electrola C 063-29 035. A- to A ................................... 12.00
612.*ANHEISSER: Loewe Songs (14). Weissenborn, pf. [German-only notes]
      Electrola C 063-29 078. A- to A....................................................................... 12.00
613.*ANHEISSER: Pfitzner - Eichendorff Lieder (20). Severin, piano. BASF 20
      21087-1. A- ....................................................................................................... 12.00
614.*ANHEISSER: Reger - Thirty-two Songs from Op.76. Fischer, piano.
      Electrola C 065-30 143. A- to A....................................................................... 12.00
615.*ANHEISSER: Romantic Ballades by Loewe(8), Schubert(4), Schumann(4),
      Jensen, Mendelssohn, Rubinstein, Wolf & Pfitzner(3). Severin, piano.
      BASF 29 22077-3(2). A- to A .......................................................................... 16.00
616. ARNDT-OBER: (Margarete; b.1998): Arias - Rienzi, Prophete(2), Trovatore,
      Don Carlos(2), Tristan, Rheingold, Walkure & Aida. [recorded 1909-13;
      German-only notes] Court Opera CO-305. A- ................................................. 10.00
617.*BABIY: Arias - Trovatore, Aida, Otello, Juive, Cav, Pag, Pique Dame(2),
      Boheme, Turandot, Andrea. Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre Orch. [German-only
      notes] Eurodisc 75957. A- ................................................................................ 10.00
618. BABIY: Arias of Tchaikovsky, Verdi, Halevy, Puccini, Giordano,
      Leoncavallo & Mascagni. [Russian-only notes] Melodiya 12535-36.
      B+(clean copy; slightly textured pressing) ....................................................... 10.00
619. BATTISTINI: Arias - Gioconda, Nerone, Ernani(5), Favorita, Traviata, Faust,
      Linda; Songs of Alvarez & Carissimi. Rubini GV-100. A-(review copy
      w/blank labels, jacket w/notes) ......................................................................... 10.00
620.*BATTLE: Music for Voice & Guitar: Works of Dowland, Bach, Granados,
      Villa-Lobos (Aria from BB #5), Falla; Three Brazilian Songs; Six
      Spirituals. Parkening, guitar. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-37351. A- to A ............. 6.00
621. BECHI: "Around the World in Music, Vol. 3 - Italy." Eight Italian Songs.
      Olivieri/Orch. [10-inch] RCA LPT-3011. C(disappointing copy, but very
      scarce; stopgap?) ................................................................................................. 6.00
622. BECHI: "Gino Bechi Show" - Twelve Italian songs. Olivieri/Orch. Italian
      Odeon QELP-8042. A- ....................................................................................... 8.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
23. BECHI: Italian Songs (14). Jaguar JGR-74001. A-(Gatti/Orch; Italian-only
      notes)................................................................................................................... 8.00
624.*BERGANZA: Spanish & Italian Songs by by Cherubini, Cesti, Pergolesi,
      Scarlatti(4), Guridi(2), Lavilla, Turina(2), Granados(3). Lavilla, piano.
      London OS-25726. A- ...................................................................................... 12.00
625.*BERGANZA: Spanish Songs (19). Yepes, guitar. DGG 2530 504. A- to A .... 12.00
626. BERGER: Arias - Flute; Seraglio(2); Rigoletto(2); Tales(2); Hansel; Ariadne;
      Rosenkavalier; Orfeo(2); Martha(3). [recorded 1935-46] BASF KBF-
      21490(2). A-(brief snd beg sd 2) ...................................................................... 15.00
627. BERNAC: Songs of Gounod(2), Duparc(3), Chabrier(2), Chausson, Faure(3),
      Roussel(2), Ravel(2), Milhaud, Auric, Poulenc(2). Poulenc, piano.
      [Recorded 1936 & 1947; French-only notes] Pathe C 061-12818. A- ............. 16.00
628.*BERRY: Scenes from Rosenkavalier, Tales & Rigoletto (arias from Acts 2 &
      3; finale Act 4). Misc assisting artists/conductors. Eurodisc 72613. A- .......... 12.00
629.*BIESHU: (Maria): Arias - Ruslan & Ludmilla, The Demon, Otello &
      Butterfly; Songs of Bizet, Delives, Chausson(2), Caccini & Vasilenko(2).
      (misc accompaniments, pf & orch) Melodiya C10-18749-50. A-.................... 10.00
630.*BIESHU: (Maria): Arias - Trovatore, Butterfly(3), Aida, Don Carlo, Forza &
      Manon Lescaut. Khaikin/Bolshoi Theatre Orch. [notes in Italian only]
      Melodiya/La Voce del Padrone 3C065-95572. A- ........................................... 12.00
631. BOOTH: Arias - Serse, Jephtha, Semele, Don Giovanni(2), Aida, Faust,
      Gondoliers, Merrie England, Immoral Hour, Carmen & Boheme. [recorded
      1938-44] EMI HLM-7109. A- to A .................................................................. 12.00
632. BORG: Songs of Schubert(3), Schumann, Loewe(2). Raucheisen, piano. [10-
      inch] [tulip labels] DGG 17004 LPE. B-/B ...................................................... 14.00
633. BORG: Songs of Yrjo Kilpinen (13). Koskimies, piano. Philips A-00560 L.
      A- to A(insert w/illus of 30 European Philips covers) ..................................... 14.00
634. BORGHESE: (Domenico Viglione): Arias - Ruy Blas, Gioconda(2),
      Herodiade, Villi, La Wally(2), Thais, Tosca, Germania, Rigoletto(2),
      Carmen, Gioconda, Otello, Cav, Pag & Zaza. [recorded 1910 & 1924;
      German-only notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 283. FS ............................ 10.00
635. BORI: A Bouquet for Lucrezia Bori: Excerpts from her Gala Farewell
      Concert, 1936 (including scene from Manon & her farewell speech), and
      from her London recordings from 1910 (Manon Lescaut, La Sonnambula,
      La Boheme, Don Pasquale, two songs). [Also includes a recorded greeting
      from March of 1960; she died in May of the same year] International
      Record Collectors' Club IRCC L-7017. B+/A- ................................................ 18.00
636. BUMBRY: Arias - Orfeo(2), Don Carlo, Ballo, Cav, Carmen(3), Sappho,
      Samson, Jeanne d'Arc. Kulka/Berlin Radio Orch. [early early sturdy,
      oversized jacket] [tulip labels] DGG 18 826. A- .............................................. 12.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
637.*CABALLE: Donizetti Rarities - First recordings of arias & scenes from
      Torquato Tasso; Gemma di Vergy, Parisina & Belisario. Cillario/LSO
      (w/other soloists & Ambrosian Opera Chorus in two). RCA LSC-3164. A- ..... 8.00
638. CABALLE: Mozart Arias - Don Giovanni & Nozze; Concert Arias. [Live,
      1965-75; details not noted on jacket] HRE 363. A- ........................................... 9.00
639.*CABALLE: Songs of Rodrigo(4), Granados(3), Falla(2), Albeniz(2),
      Obradors(4) & Vives(3). Zanetti, piano. London OS-26617. A- to A(Dutch
      pressing; c/c) ..................................................................................................... 10.00
640.*CABALLE / CORELLI / GIAIOTTI: Selections from Macbeth(2),
      Mefistofele, Donna del Lago, Le Cid, Africana, Aroldo, Manon Lescaut,
      Barber, Simon Boccanegra & Andrea; Song of Tosti. [Apparently all from
      concert, April 7, 1968; Antonini/Orch] Private PR-14. A-(blank jacket) ...... 17.00
641.*CABALLE/MARTI: Duets from Andrea, Poliuto, Ballo, Huguenots, Manon
      Lescaut. Mackerras/LSO. [AUTOGRAPHED: in bold black ink, front and
      back both, by Caballe; also in smudged grey ink on cover by Marti] Angel
      S-36787. A-(autographs) .................................................................................. 18.00
642. CALLAS: Arias - Norma(1949); Nabucco(1952); Lakme, Macbeth, Lucia (all
      1952); Louise, Armida, Dinorah (all 1954); Puritani, Vestale, Amleto (all
      1956); Semiramide(1956); Anna Bolena, Forza (1957); Traviata(1958);
      Pirata, Boheme, Mefistofele (all 1959). Heinrich Proch: Variations for
      Soprano, Flute & Orchestra (Wolf-Ferrari/RAI Turin, 1951). [all are live
      performances] Foyer FO-1007(3). A- to A(includes notes in English)............ 24.00
643. CALLAS: Arias - Semiramide, Werther, Cenerentola, Manon, Nabucco,
      Butterfly, Boheme & Gianni Schicchi. [Live; no details given] Opera Viva
      JLT-4. A- .......................................................................................................... 16.00
644. CALLAS: Excerpts from Aida (with DeFalchi, Picchi, Stignani;
      Bellezza/Rome Opera; 1950). TEBALDI: Excerpts from Boheme &
      Manon Lescaut (with Barioni, Valdengo, Benetti; no further details given).
      MPV 3. A-(brief tks beg sd 1) .......................................................................... 12.00
     CALLAS: See also #200, 207, 392, 512, 536, 548, 656.
645.*CASTRO ALBERTY: (Margarita): Verdi Arias - Otello, I Due Foscari,
      Ballo(2), Aida, & Forza. Scimone/Monte Carlo Philharmonic. [dig] Erato
      NUM-75003. A- to A ....................................................................................... 10.00
646. CEBOTARI: Arias - Figaro(3), Rigoletto(2), Luisa Miller, Traviata(2),
      Boheme(2), Butterfly(2), Rosenkavalier (finale), Salome (finale). [Recorded
      1938-1944] BASF KBF-21483(2). A-(c/c) ...................................................... 12.00
647. CEBOTARI: Duets from La Boheme (with Anders) and Butterfly (Ludwig).
      Rother/Berlin Radio Orch. [10-inch] DGG LPE-17 205. A- ........................ 20.00
648. CHRISTOFF: Mussorgsky - Songs & Dances of Death; Scenes and arias
      from Macbeth, Don Carlo & Boris. [Live concert with orchestra, 1980]
      HRE 328. FS ..................................................................................................... 13.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
649. DANCO: Songs of Brahms(5) & Wolf(5). Agosti, piano. [10-inch] London
      LPS-335. B ....................................................................................................... 18.00
650. DANCO: Songs of Schubert(6), Brahms, Mendelssohn, Gounod, Bach-
      Gounod & Faure. Agosti, piano. London LL-1465. A- ................................... 18.00
651. DAWSON: Arias - Samson, Acis, Messiah, Creation, Rossini Stabat Mater,
      Caractacus(2), Figaro, Barber, Faust, Philemon, Carmen, Tannhauser,
      Trovatore, Otello; Songs of Schubert, Glinka, Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky(2),
      Rachmaninoff, Malashkin, Handel, Benedict, Cowen, Trad, Vaughan
      Williams(3), McCall & Ireland. Keith Hardwick transfers. [recorded 1906-
      34] EMI RLS-1077053(2). A- to A .................................................................. 20.00
652. DE GOGORZA: Vol. 1: Songs of Alvarez(2), Mario, Paladikhe; folk song;
      Arias - Semele, Don Giovanni, Barber, Trovatore(2), Damnation, Hamlet,
      Roi de Lahore, Samson, Herodiade & Benvenuto Cellini. Cantilena 6203.
      A- ...................................................................................................................... 10.00
653. DE GOGORZA: Vol. 2: Songs of Franck, Widor, Exaudet, Quaranta, Trad(3)
      & Gastaldon; Arias - Bohemian Girl, Panurge, Veronique, Patrie,
      Tannhauser, Don Giovanni, Zauberflote & Rigoletto. Cantilena 6222. A- ..... 10.00
654. DE GOGORZA: Vol. 3: Songs of Hernandez, Yradier, Padilla, Nicto,
      Debussy, Alvarez, Norton, Trortere, Cottrau, de Capua, Doda, Tours; five
      w/o composers listed, inc 2 duets w/Schipa. Cantilena 6236. A- .................... 10.00
655. DE HIDALGO: (Elvira): Arias - Barber, Don Pasquale, Sonnambula(2),
      Dinorah, Don Giovanni, Romeo, Elisir(2) & Perla de Triana; Songs of
      Alvarez & Pagans. [Recorded 1909] Rubini GV-565. A- ................................ 15.00
656. DE HIDALGO & CALLAS: "Elvira de Hidalgo, the teacher; Maria Callas,
      the pupil." Seventeen arias and songs sung by Hidalgo, all recorded
      acoustically; Callas in her first commerical recordings from November 9,
      1949: Casta Diva; Liebestod; Puritani Mad Scene (Basile/RAI Torino).
      OASI 532(2). B+ .............................................................................................. 25.00
657. DE LOS ANGELES: Spanish Songs: Falla's Seven Popular Songs; Granados'
      Tonadillas; Songs of Nin(2), Vives(2), Guridi(2), Tarrago(5), Turina,
      Valverde & Fuste. Tarrago, guitar (on his five); Moore, piano (on the rest).
      [recorded 1947-53; fold-open album includes all texts] EMI HLM-1435871.
      A- ...................................................................................................................... 12.00
658. DE LUCIA: Arias - Adriana, Fedora(2), Barber(2), Sonnambula, Werther,
      Mignon, Lohengrin(2); Songs of Cilea, Tosti, Barthelemy(2), Costa(3),
      Cambardella, Cannio. Rococo R-39. A- ............................................................. 8.00
659. DE LUCIA: Favorita, Traviata(4), Adriana, Faust, Pecheurs(3), Mignon(3) &
      Rigoletto. Rubini DEL-101. A- ........................................................................ 10.00
660. DE LUCIA: Arias - Werther, Rigoletto, Barber, Tosca, Manon, Cav, Carmen,
      Lohengrin, Fedora(3); Songs of Tosti(2), Costa(2), Bellini & Baldini.
      [recorded 1902-04] Rubini (no #). A- .............................................................. 10.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
661.*DI STEFANO: Arias - Aida, Luisa, Adriana, Mefistofele, Africana,
      Gioconda, Fanciulla, Boheme, Fedora, Maristella (Pietri), Calzare
      d'Argento (Pizetti). Bartoletti/MMF. DGG 00289-477 6194. FS .................. 10.00
     DOBBS: See #802 & 803.
662.*DOMINGO: Lecuona Songs (10). Holdridge/RPO. CBS FM-38828. A- ....... 10.00
663.*DVORAKOVA: Wagner Arias - Tannhauser, Tristan(2), Walkure, Siegfried
      & Gotterdammerung. Vasata/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon
      SUAST-50799. A- ............................................................................................ 12.00
664.*EIZEN: (Artur): Shostakovich - Spanish Songs, Op.100 (cycle of six songs).
      Six more Spanish songs by Obradors, Pedrell, etc. Bagdanova, piano.
      [Russian-only notes] Melodiya C10-16747-8. A- ............................................ 12.00
665. ERB: Arias - Idomeneo, Don Giovanni, Seraglio(4), Barber von Bagdad(2) &
      Corregidor(2); Songs of Liszt, Schubert(6), Bach, Gluck(2), Brahms &
      Wolf. [recorded 1932-44] Acanta DE-23.106/107(2). A- to A ........................ 18.00
666. FERRIER: Schumann - Frauenliebe und Leben. Brahms - Vier Ernste
      Gesange. Newmark, piano. London LL-271. A--(occ lgt tks) .......................... 8.00
667.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Mahler - Four Ruckert Lieder (omits Liebst du um
      Schonheit from the usual five); Kindertotenlieder. Bohm/BPO. [tulip
      labels] DGG 138 879. A- to A .......................................................................... 11.00
668.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Schumann Lieder, Volume 1: Drei Gedicht, Op.30;
      Drei Gesange, Op.31; "Myrthen" Liederkreis, Op.25 (excerpts); Lieder und
      Gesange, Op.27; Aud dem Liederbuch eines Malers, Op.36; Zwolf Ruckert
      Gedichte, Op.37; Liederkreis, Op.39; Funf Lieder, Op.40; Romanzen &
      Balladen, Op.45; 1 more. Eschenbach, piano. DGG 2740 167(3). A- to A .... 19.00
669.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Schumann Lieder, Volume 3: Sechs Fruhe Lieder,
      Op. Posth; Zwei Balladen, Op.122; Sechs Lenau Gedichte & Requiem,
      Op.90; 35 more songs chosen from Op.83, 89, 95, 96, 98a, 101, 107, 117,
      125, 127, 138, 139 & 142. Eschenbach, piano. DGG 2740 200(3). A- to A .. 19.00
     FISCHER-DIESKAU: See also #2, 21, 22, 203, 204, 363, 396, 419, 434, 501, 550,
                            590, 599 & 899.
670. 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- ..................................................................... 13.00
671. FLAGSTAD: Wagner - Selections from Tristan(3), Tannhauser, Walkure,
      Siegfried, Gotterdammerung(3). Misc conductors/orchs. [recorded 1948-
      51; transfers by Keith Hardwick] French EMI 2913073(2). A- to A ............... 20.00
672. FLAGSTAD: Wagner - Wesendonck Lieder. Moore, piano. [10-in; German-
      only notes] Odeon E-60809. A- ........................................................................ 13.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
673. FRANC: (Tugomir): Songs of Mussorgsky (Songs & Dances of Death),
      Ravel(2), Wolf(3); Mahler - Songs of a Wayfarer. Werba, piano. [German-
      only notes] Preiser PR-135034. A- to A ........................................................... 12.00
674. FRANTZ: Loewe Ballads (8). Altmann, pf. [rec 1956; German-only notes]
      Electrola C 047-29 149. A- to A......................................................................... 9.00
675. FRANTZ: Selections from Prince Igor, Boris, Dutchman, Rheingold,
      Meistersinger & Walkure. Misc orchs; Schuchter, Kempe & Furtwangler
      conduct. [Side 1 in true stereo (1958/59); side 2 is in electronic stereo (1954
      & 1956; Meistersinger & Walkure)] Electrola C 047-29 127. A- to A ............ 12.00
676.*GASPARIAN: (Goar): Arias - Faust, Boheme, Huguenots, Turandot &
      Otello. Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre Orch. Melodiya C10-17739-40. A-............ 10.00
677. GASPARYAN: Gliere - Concerto for Voice & Orchestra. J.Strauss - Voices
      of Spring Waltz. Arias - Boheme, Otello & Tsar's Bride.
      Duryan/Armenian Radio/TV Sym. Melodiya 025065-66. A- ...................... 15.00
678. GENCER: Scenes from Seraglio, Don Giovanni, Puritani, Anna Bolena,
      Lucia, Werther, La Battaglia di Legnano, Forza, Macbeth, Rigoletto, Simon
      Boccanegra, I Due Foscari & Il Trovatore. [Live, 1957-61; misc orchs;
      conductors Gui, Serafin, Quadri, Simonetto, Previtali, Gavazzeni, De
      Fabritiis & Cillario] Foyer FO-1015(2). A-(no notes enclosed - as issued?) 30.00
679.+GIGLI: Non Ti Scordar di Mi. Twelve Neapolitan songs. [Italian-only
      notes] Seraphim 3C033-00689. A- ................................................................... 10.00
680.+GIGLI: Varca lucente. Twelve Neapolitan songs. [Italian-only notes]
      Seraphim 3C033-00689. A- .............................................................................. 10.00
681. GLAZ: (Herta): Schubert Songs (8). Rosenstock, piano. [scarce!]
      Renaissance X-15. B/C+................................................................................... 12.00
682. GOBBI: Arias - Simon(2), Falstaff, Nozze, Don Giovanni, Don Carlo(2),
      Otello, Tosca, Fanciulla, Wm Tell, Adriana, Wozzeck & Pagliacci. [Live;
      various assisting artists; 1954-64] Melodram MEL-661(2). A- to A ............... 20.00
683. GOBBI: Arias - Traviata, Tosca(3), Ballo(2), Rigoletto(2) & Pagliacci. De
      Sabata; Serafin; Votto/La Scala. [dowel spine] Angel 35563. A-
      (AUTOGRAPHED on front cover; British pressing) ...................................... 25.00
684. GOBBI: The Art of Tito Gobbi: Three disc set devoted to: (1) Early
      Operatic Recordings (1942-53); (2) Early Song and Ballad Recordings
      (1948-53); (3) Unpublished recordings of 1955 (Damnation; Wm Tell;
      Nabucco; Macbeth; Andrea; Fedora; Fanciulla; Jewels) & Nine Italian
      Songs (the only items in stereo). [transfers by Brian Crimp] EMI RLS-
      738(3). A- ......................................................................................................... 25.00
685. GREEN: (Martyn): Selections from The Mikado. Pease; Brock; Korn/Orch
      & Cho. Allegro 1681. A-/A--(very little snd from superficial scr sd 2) .......... 12.00
686. GUEDEN: My Secret Heart - The Music of Ivor Novello & Noel Coward
      (12 items). Stanley Black/His Orch/Cho. [obscure!] London LL-1703. A- .. 35.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
687.*HAMMOND: Arias - Butterfly, Manon Lescaut, Turandot, Andrea, Cav,
      Bartered Bride, Dalibor, Eugen Onegin, Rusalka & Queen of Spades.
      Susskind/PO & Cho. World Record Club ST-933. A- ................................... 12.00
688. HERLEA: (Nicolae): Arias - Barber, Trovatore, Rigoletto(2), Ballo, Traviata,
      Andrea. J. & C. Bobescu/Rumanian Radio & Cinema Orchs. [notes in
      Roumanian only] Electrecord ECE-092. A-- ................................................... 12.00
689. HERLEA: (Nicolae): Songs of Tosti, de Curtis(4), Tagliaferri, Falvo, di
      Capua, Cordilio, Mario; Zaza aria; Neapolitan song. Conta/Rumanian
      Radio/TV Orch. [notes Roumanian only] Electrecord ECE-0119. A- ........... 12.00
690. HUSCH: Arias - Hansel, Konigskinder, Zar(2), Don Giovanni, Magic Flute,
      Figaro(2) & Tannhauser(3). [recorded 1935-9] Arabesque 8022. FS .............. 13.00
691. HUSCH: Arias - Trovatore, Ballo, Otello, Andrea, Tosca(2), Giovanni,
      Figaro(2), Undine, Wildschutz, Zar, Tiefland. Rococo 5248. B+ to A- ............ 9.00
692.*HYNNINEN: Schubert - Winterreise. Gathoni, piano. Fuga 3014/15(2). A-... 18.00
693.*HYNNINEN: Wolf - Morike Songs (15). Gathoni, piano. Finnlevy SFX-53.
      A- to A .............................................................................................................. 12.00
694. KIPNIS: Arias - Juive, Barber of Baghdad, Huguenots, Don Carlos, Vespri,
      Meistersinger, Martha, Freischutz, Wildschutz, Merry Wives & Walkure.
      [recorded 1916-1930] Club 99 CL-99-55. FS! ................................................... 9.00
695. KORJUS: Arias - Seraglio, Flute, Barber, Lucia, Zigeunerin, Toreodor,
      Ernani, Rigoletto(2), Vespri, Dinorah, Mireille, Tales, Lakme(3), Sadko,
      Tsar's Bride, Coq d'Or & Madele von Biberach; Songs of Delibes,
      Moszkowski, Weber, Proch, J.Strauss(2), Dell'Acqua, Alabieff &
      Mackeben. [recorded 1934-36] Electrola 1C147-30 819/20(2). A- to A ......... 13.00
696.*LANTIERI: (Rita): Arias - Traviata, Mefistofele, Adriana, Vespri, Don
      Carlos, Rondine, Manon, Butterfly, La Wally, Turandot & Manon Lescaut.
      Magiera, piano. [Live, 1984] Bongiovanni GB-17. A- ................................... 10.00
697. LEHMANN: Schumann - Frauenliebe und Leben; Songs of Brahms(12) &
      Mozart(4). Ulanowsky, piano. [from New Friends of Music Concerts,
      1943-49] Voce 99. FS ....................................................................................... 15.00
698. LITVIN: (Felia): Arias - Favorita, Africana(2), Trovatore(2), Le Cid,
      Carmen, Samson, Lohengrin, Tristan, Walkure, Faust, Cav; Songs of
      Schumann & Rubinstein. [rec 1902-08] Melodiya M10-45323 000. A-- ........ 10.00
699.*MANUGUERRA: Arias - Cav(2), Pag, Andrea, Lucia(2), Gioconda,
      Rigoletto(3) & Don Carlo. [misc live performances, 1974-79] Legendary
      LR-171. A- ........................................................................................................ 10.00
700. MARTINELLI: Arias, Duets & Scenes from Trovatore(12) & Forza(7).
      With Ponselle, Pinza, de Luca, Homer, Stracciari, Anthony. [recorded 1927-
      39; most from 78's; 3 are live] Pearl GEMM-181/2(2). A- to A ...................... 12.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
701.*MARTON: Arias - German Requiem, Tristan, Midsummer Night's Dream,
      Legend of St. Elizabeth (Liszt); Aria, Scene & Duet from Forza (Bordas;
      Kovats). [Misc Hungarian orchs/conds; mostly live; recorded 1971-77]
      Hungaroton SLPX-12454. A- ............................................................................. 7.00
702. MAZZOLENI: (Ester): Arias - Norma(2), Africaine, Aida(2), Gioconda(2),
      La Wally, Loreley(2), Siberia & Tosca. [recorded 1909-15; German-only
      notes] Court Opera CO-347. A- ......................................................................... 9.00
703. MCCORMACK: Songs of Wolf(5), Donaudy(2), Pergolesi, Brahms(2),
      Mozart(2), Strauss & Schubert; Handel: Arias from Semele, Atalanta & Il
      Pastor Fido. Angel COLH-123. A- ..................................................................... 9.00
704. MCCORMACK: Songs of Sentiment (16). [recorded 1910-22] [SD labels]
      RCA LM-2755. A-.............................................................................................. 9.00
705. MELCHIOR: Arias from Pag(2) & Tosca(2); Songs of Heuberger, Hildach,
      Lehar & J.Strauss. Unidentified instrumental accompaniment. [10-inch;
      very rare item! - deleted April 1957] MGM E-109. A-(a little crkl beg sd 2;
      otherwise exceptional) ...................................................................................... 75.00
706. MERLI: Arias - Sly(2), Giuliano, Norma(2), Otello(2), Manon Lescaut(2),
      Wm Tell, Trovatore, Forza(2) & Ruy Blas (Marchetti). Club 99 CL-99-37.
      A- ...................................................................................................................... 12.00
     MERRIMAN: See #36, 352, 532, 545, 830 & 835.
707. MILASHKINA: Tchaikovsky - Arias from Queen of Spades(2), Enchantress
      & Eugen Onegin (charmingly translated here as "Scene of Tatiana's Letter-
      Writing.") Svetlanov/Bolshoi Theatre Orch. [10-inch] Melodiya 11467-
      68. A- ................................................................................................................ 12.00
708.*MILLO: (Aprile): Arias & Scenes - Forza, Andrea Chenier, Aida(4)
      [w/Elvira & Cecchele in 2], Wesondonck Song (Traume). [Live, apparently
      from pirate tapes; no orchestras given] Legato Classics LC001-1. A-............. 12.00
709. MILONA: (Costa): Arias - Ballo, Don Sebastiano, Queen of Sheba, Tosca(3),
      Favorita, Elisir, Forza, Huguenots, Gioconda, Werther, Africana, Butterfly;
      Songs of Tosti & Pennino. Sunday Opera SYO-2. A- ..................................... 15.00
710. MISTRAL: (Nati): Spanish Songs (14). With orchestral accompaniment in
      seven; guitar in the others. [Spanish-only notes] Alhambra C-7004. A- ......... 10.00
711. MODL: Isolde's Narration & Curse from Tristan (with Blatter); Brunnhilde's
      Immolation Scene from Gotterdammerung. Rother/BSOO. Telefunken
      LGX-66036. A-- ............................................................................................... 12.00
712. NAMARA: (Marguerite): Songs of Hahn(2), Tosti, Chopin Mazurkas(3),
      Debussy, Satie, Falla(2), Carmen Aria; four traditional Spanish songs,
      arranged by Namara. She accompanies herself on piano and spinet. [Issued
      in commemoration of the 45th anniversary of her opeatic debut in 1908;
      recorded in early 1950's in her studio] [10-inch] International Record
      Collectors' Club IRCC L-7009. A- ................................................................... 15.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
713. NAST: (Minnie; 1874-1956): Arias - Nozze, Freischutz, Nachtlager,
      Waffenschmied(2), Fra Diavolo, Faust, Mignon, Huguenots, Ballo, Carmen,
      Cav, Boheme(2) & Butterfly. [recorded 1905-09; German-only notes] Court
      Opera CO-405. A- ............................................................................................ 10.00
714.*NILSSON: "I Could Have Danced All NIght." Title song, plus songs & arias
      by Sibelius(2), Grieg(2), Puccini(2), Stenhammar, Sjogren, Rangstrom,
      Melartin, Catalani, Coates, Peterson-Berger, Sieczynski. Roos, piano. [Live,
      1978/79] Bluebell BELL-109. A- to A ............................................................. 13.00
715.*NILSSON: Songs of Beethoven, Eriksson, Bach, Grieg, Franck, Gounod,
      Runback, Adam, Adams, Hopkins, Mendelssohn, Handel(2) & Gruber.
      Skold/St.Jacobs Cho. [recorded 1977 in St. Jacobs Church, Stockholm]
      Discofil SLT-33256. A- .................................................................................... 13.00
716.*NORMAN: Chausson - Poeme de l'Amour et de la Mer (Jordan/Monte-
      Carlo Phil); Chanson Perpetuelle (Ch Ens); Songs(5) (Dalberto, piano).
      [dig] Erato NUM-75059. A- to A ....................................................................... 9.00
717. OBUKHOVA: Songs & Romances of Gurilev, Gretchaninov, Ipplitov-
      Ivanov, Tarnovsky, Sheremetiev (14 total). Sakharov, piano. [Russian-only
      notes] Melodiya 024135-36. B/A-(side 1 mostly A-, but some scrs) ............... 10.00
718. OBUKHOVA: Songs of Glinka, Verstovsky, Buklakhov(2), Massenet, Arditi,
      Gremier, Anon (2). [10-inch] Melodiya 5283-4. A- ........................................ 13.00
719. PAULY: (Rose): Strauss - Scenes from Electra (3), Egyptian Helen(2),
      Salome; 2 songs. [Jacket states: "Exclusive Edition Authorized by Miss
      Pauly"] International Record Collectors' Club IRCC L-7018. B- .................... 16.00
720. PETERS: "Youngest Member of a Great Tradition." Arias - Lucia,
      Puritani(2), Sonnambula(2), Linda. Cellini/RCA Sym. Plus arias by
      Tetrazzini (Mignon); Galli-Curci (Barber); Pons (Lakme). [Mono only;
      issued early 1954; deleted 10/58; scarce!] RCA LM-1786. A- to B+(1st 1/2-
      inch sd 2 is B+ to B) ......................................................................................... 13.00
721. PETROV: Songs of Bulakhov, Gurilev, Sherementiev, Titov, Yakovlev,
      Oppel, Dubuque, Tolstoi, Abaza & Malashkin. Stuchevsky, piano. [Live,
      1962-64] Melodiya M10-47481 009. A- .......................................................... 13.00
722. PETROV: Songs of Rachmaninov(1), Dargomyzhsky(6), Borodin(1) &
      Glinka(4). Stuchevsky, pf. [Live, 1962-64] Melodiya M10-47479 000. A- ... 10.00
723. PINZA: Arias - Boris(3), Don Carlos, Simon, Gioconda, Barber, Don
      Giovanni(2), Norma, Mignon, Juive, Boheme. Odyssey Y-31148. FS.............. 8.00
724. PONS: The Art of Lily Pons. Arias - Lakme, Lucia, Rigoletto(2), Dinorah,
      Seraglio, Barber, Mignon, Coq, Zemire et Azor, Floridante, Alessandro.
      Songs of Ponce, Dell'Acqua, Faure, Delibes, Debussy(2), Hue, Liadov,
      Hugo-Liszt-Ambruster, Bishop-La Forge, Pergolesi, Bach. Camden CBL-
      101(2). A-/A- to B+ .......................................................................................... 14.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
25.*PRICE: (Margaret): Schubert Lieder (12). Lockhart, piano; Brymer, clarinet.
      EMI CFP-166. A- ............................................................................................. 12.00
726.*PRICE: (Margaret): Schumann - Frauenliebe und Leben; Songs(12).
      Lockhart, piano. [dig; DMM] Orfeo S-031821 A. A- to A ............................ 12.00
727.*PRICE: (Margaret): Songs of Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi, Rossini, Schubert(4)
      & Traditional Welsh (5). Lockhart, piano. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-3435. A- ........ 15.00
728.+PRINTEMPS: Operetta Excerpts - Les Trois Valses, Veronique, Mozart, Ta
      Bouche, Le Pot-Pourri d'Alain Gerbault, L'Amour Maque, Mariette &
      Grande Duchesse. (misc accompanying artists) [French-only notes] French
      EMI 2C064-12869. A- ...................................................................................... 12.00
729. RAINS: (Leon; 1870-1954): Arias - Freischutz, Dutchman, Tannhauser,
      Lohengrin, Meistersinger, Barber, Boheme, Magic Flute, Fidelio, Martha,
      Faust(3), Huguenots, Mignon & Boheme. [recorded 1905-10; German-only
      notes] Court Opera CO-402. A- ....................................................................... 10.00
730. RASA: (Lina Bruna): Arias - Cav, Mefistofele(3), Manon Lescaut, Tosca,
      Aida, Andrea(2). OASI 518. A- ......................................................................... 8.00
731. REINMAR: (Hans): Arias - Ballo, Simon Boccanegra, Don Carlos, Otello,
      Hans Heiling, Konigskinder, Meistersinger(2) & Walkure. BPO (under
      misc conductors). Telefunken GMA-57. A- ..................................................... 12.00
732. REINMAR: (Hans): Arias - Ballo, Simon, Don Carlos, Otello, Hans Heiling,
      Konigskinder, Meistersinger & Walkure. [recorded 1932-34; misc
      conds/orchs] Telefunken HT-17. A- ................................................................. 10.00
733.*RICCIARELLI: Arias & Scenes - Due Foscari, Battaglia di Legnano,
      Trovatore(2), Boheme(2), Butterfly, Carreras, etc; misc orchs/conds.
      Philips 6527 161. A- to A ................................................................................. 10.00
734.*RUDENKO: (Bella): Songs of Gretchaninov (8) & Rimsky-Korsakov(7).
      Shenderovich, piano. [Russian-only notes] Melodiya 33C10-08769-70. A- .... 8.00
735.*RUDENKO: Arias - Lucia(2), Lakme, Rigoletto & Traviata.
      Ryabov/Bolshoi Theatre Orch. Melodiya C-01509-10. A- ........................... 10.00
736. SARI: (Ada; soprano): Arias - Tosca, Rigoletto, Faust, Traviata, Lakme,
      Lucia, Barber; Song of Mozart-Adam; Blue Danube. Muza XL-0534. A-...... 10.00
737. SAYAO & GIUSEPPE DANISE: Gems from Their Repertoire. SAYAO:
      Arias from Il Guarany(2), Lo Schiavo, Nozze & Traviata; Songs of
      Obradors & Chopin-Sandoval. DANISE: Arias from Ernani, Chenier,
      Zaza(2), Barber, Jongleur & Roi de Lahore. International Record Collectors'
      Club IRCC L-7020. A- ..................................................................................... 15.00
738. SCHLOSS: (Marjorie): Songs of Robert Franz(4), Wolf(4), Schumann(6) &
      Strauss(4). Brice, piano. International Record Collectors' Club IRCC L-
      7000. B/B-........................................................................................................... 9.00
739.*SILLS: Handel - Excerpts from Semele. Vanni, mezzo; Robert
      Shaw/Unnamed Orch & Cho. [Live; blank cover] MGS 102. A- ................. 18.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
740. SIMONEAU: Duparc Songs (14). Allan Rogers, pf. West XWN-18788. A- ... 40.00
741. SINGHER: Ravel - Histoires Naturelles; Chansons Madecasses; Chants
      Populaires; Deux Epigrammes. Ulanowsky, piano; Baron, flute; Soyer,
      cello. Hall Society CHS-1124. A-(minor cov scuffs & tape repair) ................ 24.00
742. SINGHER: Schubert - Die Schone Mullerin. Ulanowsky, piano. Concert Hall
      Society CHS-1114. B........................................................................................ 16.00
743.*SINGHER: Songs of Tiersot(4), Faure(8), Lully & Poulenc(5). Gilchrist,
      harpsichord & piano. [rec 1974 at about age 70] 1750 Arch S-1754. A-......... 15.00
744.*SOUZAY: Poulenc - Twenty-eight Songs. Baldwin, pf. RCA LSC-3018. A- . 13.00
745.*SOUZAY: Poulenc Songs: Chansons Villageoises; Calligrammes; Le Travail
      du Peintre; La Fraicheur et le Feu. Baldwin, piano. Philips 802 765. A- to A .. 9.00
746. SOUZAY: Songs of Chausson(7), Ravel (Histoires Naturelles) & Faure (Five
      Verlaine Songs). Bonneau, piano. London LL-1519. B .................................. 35.00
747. SOVIERO: (Diana): Arias & Scenes from Boheme(3), Turandot, Pag(2),
      Giuditta, Carmen, Faust(2) & Traviata(3). HRE 331. A-(c/c) ........................... 8.00
748. SPIESS: (Ludovic): Arias - Magic Flute, Oberon, Walkure, Lohengrin(2),
      Luisa Miller, Aida, Otello, Adriana, Turandot & Tosca.
      Bobescu/Bucharest Opera Orch. [notes in Roumanian & French only]
      Electrecord ECE-0379. A- ................................................................................ 12.00
749. STEBER: Live Performances, 1940-53: Arias from Butterfly, Turandot (in
      English!), Barber, Traviata, Fledermaus, Trovatore, Faust Trio, Rigoletto
      Quartet (Sullivan, Stevens, T.L.Thomas), Lucia Sextet (as above plus Hines
      & Rounesville); Songs of Firestone(2), Kern, Herbert; songs from Carousel
      & Maytime (w/Bjoerling). Legendary LR-141. A- .......................................... 18.00
750. TAJO: Arias - Barber(2), Simon, Macbeth, Faust, Boheme, Don Giovanni,
      Figaro, Don Carlo. OASI 632. A- ...................................................................... 7.00
751.*TE KANAWA: Ravel - Sheherazade. Duparc - Seven Songs.
      Pritchard/Belgian National Opera. [dig; DMM] EMI EL-27 0135 1. A- to
      A........................................................................................................................ 12.00
752. THILL: Arias - Rigoletto, Otello(3), Traviata(2), Andrea & Turandot. Rococo
      5243. A- ............................................................................................................ 10.00
753. THOMAS: (Thomas L): Favourite Ballads (15). Newton, piano. London
      5256. A- ............................................................................................................ 19.00
754. THOMAS: (Thomas L): Scottish Songs (18). Hanneman; Newton, piano.
      London 5257. A- ............................................................................................... 19.00
755.*THOMAS: Arias - Africaine, Walkure, Meistersinger, Trovatore(2),
      Freischutz, Tosca(2), Carmen & Macbeth. Horst Stein/Berlin Sym; Cho.
      [German-only notes] Eurodisc S-70 207. A- to A ............................................ 12.00
756.*VALAITIS: Arias - Khovantschina, Tosca, Mazeppa, Queen of Spades,
      Prince Igor, Francesca da Rimini, Rigoletto, Carmen & Faust.
      Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre. Melodiya 33C10-05503-4. A- ............................... 12.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
757. VALLIN: Massenet Arias - Manon(4), Herodiade(2) & Werther(3).
      Cloez/Orch. Decca DL-9566. B(most plays very well, but a few scrs) .......... 12.00
758.*VAN DAM: Arias - Don Carlos, Lakme, Jolie Fille, Tales, Herodiade,
      Manon, Don Quichotte, Jongleur, Thais & Faust. Scimone/Monte Carlo
      Philharmonic. [dig] Erato NUM-75023. A- to A............................................ 10.00
759. VEZZANI: Arias - Juive(2), Huguenots, Africaine(3), Prophete(2), Dinorah
      & Sigurd(5). [Recorded 1922-33] French EMI 2C051-16367. A- to A ............. 9.00
760. VEZZANI: Arias - Roi d'Ys(2), Romeo(2), Manon, Herodiade, Favorita, Cav,
      Pag, Sigurd(2), Lohengrin. [Recorded 1927-32; French-only notes] Pathe
      FALP-50037. A- ............................................................................................... 12.00
761.*VISHNEVSKAYA: Arias - Eugen Onegin, Butterfly, Aida; not sure what
      else because it is all in Cyrillic! Melodiya C-0177-8. A- ................................. 10.00
762.*VISHNEVSKAYA: Songs of Britten (6-song cycle: "The Poet's Echo") &
      Tchaikovsky (6). Rostropovich, piano. London OS-26141. A- ...................... 12.00
763. VOGELSTROM: (Fritz; 1882-1963): Arias - Lohengrin, Meistersinger, Aida,
      Faust, Carmen, Fra Diavolo, Walkure(2), Siegfried, Tristan(2) & Parsifal.
      [rec 1909-22; German-only notes] Court Opera CO-397. A- .......................... 10.00
764.*WEIKL: Arias - Tannhauser(2), Meistersinger(2), Hans Heiling, Der
      Vampir, Euryanthe, Zar & Zimmermann. Wallberg/Munich Radio Orch.
      [German-only notes] Acanta 670-23-313. FS .................................................. 10.00
765. WIDDOP: Arias - St. Matthew, Messiah, Acic & Galatea, Judas Maccabaeus,
      Elijah, Queen of Sheba, Lohengrin, Walkure & Meistersinger. [rec 1926-
      30] EMI Odeon PHQM-1164. A- ..................................................................... 12.00
766. WITTRISCH: Operetta Arias - Paganini, Merry Widow, Zarewitsch, Fraquita
      & Der Vetter aus Dingsda. Reinshagen/Zurich Tonhalle Orch. [10-inch]
      London LPS-53. B ............................................................................................ 16.00
767. YAW: Arias - Il Re Pastore, Lucia, Pearl of Brazil, Marriage of Jeannette(2),
      Lakme, Timbre d'Argent, Hamlet & Mireille; Songs of Yaw(2), Rabey,
      Eckert; Star-Spangled Banner. Club 99 CL-99-505. A-................................... 10.00
768. ZEANI: Puccini Arias - Gianni, Turandot(2), Boheme(3), Butterfly(2), Suor,
      Manon Lescaut(2), Tosca & Rondine. Patane/ASCR. London 5536. A-
      (lovely copy) ..................................................................................................... 19.00
            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: #347, 360, 426, 450,
453, 489, 516-7, 1046, 1049-50, 1124, 1135, 1148, 1165-6, 1215, 1229,
1243, 1259-60, 1268, 1274-5, 1279, 1281, 1283, 1289, 1321, 1325, 1356, 1402,
1404-5, 1422, 1436, 1438-40, 1443, 1462, 1479, 1485, 1488, 1505, 1516-7, 1551-2,
1556-9, 1562, 1564-5, 1572-3, 1624, 1649, 1653-4, 1656-8, 1660-4, 1696-7, 1703, 1708,
1727, 1729, 1731 & 1732.

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.
LP's: Angels - continued
769. 3501(2): LEHAR - The Merry Widow. Schwarzkopf; Kunz; Gedda; Loose;
      Ackermann/PO & Cho. A-(libretto boldly AUTOGRAPHED by
      Schwarzkopf)................................................................................................... 25.00
770. 3511K(11): MOZART - Complete Music for Solo Piano. Walter Gieseking.
      [Scarce deluxe edition with purple satiny box only slightly discolored; each
      disc in its own sleeve; with lovely booklet with tassled spine tie; ten records
      grade A--, but Volume X (Sonata #4, Variations, K.352, Capriccio, K.395)
      grades C or C- with lots of scratches...] [individual record numbers are
      35068-35078] A--(mostly A- with occ tks; but see preceding) ........................ 95.00
771. 3514(3): BEETHOVEN - Quartets, Volume #3 (Op.127, 130, 131, 132, 133,
      135). Hungarian Quartet. [one disc is an early U.S. pressing rather than
      British; scarce set; includes copies of the scores] A- ....................................... 25.00
772. 3515(2): LE GROUPE DES SIX. TAILLEFERRE - Overture. HONEGGER
      - Prelude, Fugue & Postlude. MILHAUD - Symphony #2. DUREY - Le
      Printemps au Fond de la Mer (Duval, soprano). POULENC - Secheresses
      (Brasseur Chorale). AURIC - Phedre, Symphonic Suite. Tzipine/PCO.
      [includes spoken introduction by Jean Cocteau; eight-page illustrated
      booklet includes neat side-by-side photos of the whole group from 1921 and
      1953] A-(very slight cover staining) ................................................................ 85.00
773. 3518(2): HOMMAGE A DIAGHILEV: The Music of His Famous Ballets.
      Parade (Satie); Daphnis & Chloe (Suite #2; Ravel); Le Spectre de la Rose
      (Weber-Berlioz); Swan Lake (excerpts; Tchaikovsky); Les Sylphides
      (Mazurka; Chopin); Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun (Debussy); Three-
      Cornered Hat (Miller's Dance; Falla); Le Pas d'Acier (Prokofiev); Kikimora
      (Liadov); Petrouchka (Three Dances; Stravinsky).
      Markevitch/Philharmonia Orch. [with superb, lavishly-illustrated, 34-
      page booklet; designed in Paris by Mercure Productions, October 25, 1954;
      printed in France; scarce item, especially in such fine condition] A-(brief lgt
      tks Swan Lake) ................................................................................................. 95.00
774. 3541(3): RAVEL - Complete Works for Solo Piano. Walter Gieseking. [In
      box with beautifully illustrated (black-and-white) booklet with cord &
      tassle(!)] A-(pristine copy, w/original glassine sleeves) .................................. 35.00
775. 3598(3): HANDEL - Messiah. Morison; Thomas; Lewis; Milligan;
      Sargent/Royal Liverpool Philharmonic; Huddersfield Choral Soc. A- to
      B++(early U.S. red labels) ................................................................................ 17.00
776. 35000: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #3. Karajan/PO. [ns] A- ........................... 12.00
777. 35002: SIBELIUS - Symphony #5; Finlandia. Karajan/PO. A--(U.S. red
      label; no spine) .................................................................................................... 8.00
778. 35006: TCHAIKOVSKY - Swan Lake & Sleeping Beauty Suites.
      Karajan/PO. A--(occ tks, superficial scr Swan; jacket v. fine) ...................... 16.00
LP's: Angels - continued
779. 35008: RAVEL - La Valse. DUKAS - Sorcerer's Apprentice. PROKOFIEV -
      Classical Symphony. FALLA - Dances from the Three-Cornered Hat.
      Markevitch/PO. A-(8 ticks in La Valse) .........................................................                          25.00
780. 35009: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Scheherazade. Dobrowen/PO. A- ................                                                    20.00
781. 35019: FAURE - Requiem. Noguera; Angelici; Cluytens/Chanteurs de
      Saint-Eustache & Orch; Durufle, organ. A- .................................................                               18.00
782. 35020: FLORENT SCHMITT - Psaume XLVII. Duval; Durufle;
      Tzipine/PCO; Brasseur Cho. A--(but end sd 1, beg sd 2 very ticky) ............                                            12.00
783. 35029: FRANCK - Symphony. Cluytens/ORTF. A-- .......................................                                       18.00
784. 35032: CHOPIN - Piano Sonatas #2 & #3. Witold Malcuzynski. B+(tks off
      & on, 1/2-inch, mvt 2/#2) .................................................................................               16.00
785. 35047: LISZT - Les Preludes. TCHAIKOVSKY - Capriccio Italien.
      Galliera/PO. B++ ............................................................................................             15.00
786. 35048: BIZET - L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & 2; Jolie Fille de Perth Suite.
      Cluytens/ORTF. [Grand Prix du Disque] [missing dowel spine, but notes
      insert is included] A--(brief ticks early side 2) .................................................                       12.00
787. 35055: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #5. Karajan/PO. A- .............................                                             20.00
788. 35058: SAINT-SAENS - Phaeton; La Jeunesse d'Hercule; Le Rouet
      d'Omphale; Danse Macabre. Fourestier/Orchestre de l'Association des
      Concerts Colonne. A-......................................................................................                20.00
789. 35063: MOZART - Quartets #14 & #15. Quartetto Italiano. [very early
      Quartetto Italiano - fascinating photo on back cover shows them very
      young, compared with the familiar photos from later Philips issues] B+(occ
      tks from small scrs) ...........................................................................................          20.00
790. 35064: BEETHOVEN - Quartet #13. Quartetto Italiano. A-(lovely) ..............                                              35.00
791. 35065: DEBUSSY - Images; Estampes; Pour le Piano. Gieseking. A--(brief
      tks, early in Pour le Piano) ................................................................................             12.00
792. 35066: DEBUSSY - Preludes, Book One. Gieseking, piano. A- .......................                                          16.00
793. 35067: DEBUSSY - Suite Bergamasque; Children's Corner. Gieseking,
      piano. B+...........................................................................................................      12.00
794. 35080: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #6. Karajan/PO. A-(a little crackle, start
      side 1)................................................................................................................   16.00
795. 35081: DEBUSSY - La Mer. RAVEL - Rapsodie Espagnole. Karajan/PO.
      A--(Mer has oc tks fr small scrs) ......................................................................                  12.00
796. 35082: SIBELIUS - Symphony #4; Tapiola. Karajan/PO. B+(occ tks) ...........                                                12.00
797. 35083: TCHAIKOVSKY - Concerto #1. Anda; Galliera/PO. Also Valse
      Lente fr Coppelia. A--(oc lgt tks) .....................................................................                  18.00
798. 35084: STRAUSS - Four Last Songs; Closing Scene from Capriccio.
      Ackermann/PO. [in box rather than jacket with dowel-rod spine] A-- ..........                                             16.00
799. 35085: DVORAK - Symphony #9 (old #5). Galliera/PO. A-(scarce in such
      fine condition) ...................................................................................................       20.00
LP's: Angels - continued
800. 35089: FALLA - El Retable de Maese Pedro (Aragon; Renom; Ausensi;
      Toldra/ORTF); El Amor Brujo (Iriarte; Argenta/PCO). [this issue is in a
      box rather than a jacket with dowel spine] A--(occ tks) ..................................                          20.00
801. 35093: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #2 (Galliera/PO); Two
      Preludes. Anda. A-- ..........................................................................................      12.00
802. 35094: Mattiwilda Dobbs: Songs of Schubert, Brahms, Wolf, Faure, Hahn &
      Chausson. Moore, piano. [still has glassine inner sleeve!] A--(tks 1/8 inch
      sd 1; occasional elsewhere) ..............................................................................          35.00
803. 35095: Mattiwilda Dobbs: Arias & Duets (with Panerai) from Rigoletto.
      Arias from Lakme(2), Sonnambula, Coq d'Or, Manon. Galliera/PO. A- .......                                           35.00
804. 35097: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #1; Egmont & Leonore #3 Overtures.
      Karajan/PO. [scarce - perhaps because of the stingy coupling] [ns] A- ........                                      16.00
805. 35101: STRAUSS - Metamorphosen. Stravinsky - Symphony of Psalms.
      Horenstein/ORTF (with\ORTF Chorus in Stravinsky). [Grand Prix du
      Disque, 1954] A-(brief tks in symphony) .........................................................                   45.00
806. 35102: RAVEL - Le Tombeau de Couperin; Bolero; Pavane.
      Cluytens/ORTF. A-(pristine!) .........................................................................              18.00
807. 35103: DEBUSSY - Trois Nocturnes; Marche Ecossaise; Prelude to the
      Afternoon of a Faun. Inghelbrecht/ORTF. A-(lovely copy!) ........................                                   25.00
808. 35105: ALEJANDRO GARCIA CATURLA - Suite #1 for Eight Wind
      Instruments & Piano; AMADEO ROLDAN - Ritmica #1 for Wind Quintet
      & Piano (both with Roget, piano; Tzipine/Soloists of ORTF). QUINCY
      PORTER: String Quartet #6 (Quatour Pascal de la Radiodiffusion
      Francaise). A-- .................................................................................................   45.00
809. 35126: BARTOK - For Children, Vol. 1; Sonatina. Anda, piano. B..................                                     12.00
810. 35127: LISZT - Sonata in b; Mephisto Waltz; Concerto Etude #3; La
      Campanella. Anda, pf. A-(occ lgt tks) .............................................................                 16.00
811. 35130: DEBUSSY - String Quartet. MILHAUD - String Quartet #12.
      Quartetto Italiano. [scarce item; deleted July, 1959] A-................................                            25.00
812. 35132: SAINT-SAENS - Piano Concerto #2 (Cluytens/PCO). Mozart -
      Sonata #16. Gilels, piano. A- ...........................................................................           16.00
813. 35134: DE FALLA - Nights in the Gardens of Spain (Ciccolini); Homenajes
      (Homages). Halffter/ORTF. A- ......................................................................                 25.00
814. 35135: BRITTEN - Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra (Peter Pears
      narrates). SAINT-SAENS - Carnival of the Animals (Anda & Siki, pianos.
      Markevitch/PO. A-(brief tks early S-S) ..........................................................                   16.00
815. 35136: BLISS - Miracle in the Gorbals Suite; Music for Strings.
      Composer/PO. A- ............................................................................................        24.00
816. 35142: BRITTEN - Variations & Fugue on a Theme of Frank Bridge.
      VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis.
      Karajan/PO. [ns] A- ........................................................................................        12.00
LP's: Angels - continued
817. 35143: STRAVINSKY - Pulcinella Suite; Divertimento from Le Baisee de la
      Fee. Markevitch/ORTF. [rather a tough item to find in good condition]
      B+(occ tks)........................................................................................................ 18.00
818. 35144: TCHAIKOVSKY - Romeo & Juliet. MUSSORGSKY - Night on Bald
      Mountain. BORODIN - Polovtsian Dances. Markevitch/ORTF. A- ............. 20.00
819. 35145: BORODIN - Symphony #2. IPPOLITOV-IVANOV - Caucasian
      Sketches. Kletzki/PO. A- ................................................................................. 18.00
820. 35154: PORTRAIT OF THE WALTZ - Busoni, Saint-Saens, Sibelius,
      Mozart, Liszt, Berlioz, Stravinsky, Chabrier. Markevitch/PO. [uses
      alternate ending for Mephisto Waltz] A-(scarce in fine condition) ................. 24.00
821. 35162: BEETHOVEN - Violin Concerto. Oistrakh; Ehrling/Stockholm
      Festival Orch. A- ............................................................................................. 12.00
822. 35167: TCHAIKOVSKY - Manfred Symphony. Kletzki/PO. A- ..................... 18.00
823. 35171: CHOPIN - Ballade #2; Scherzo #2; Valses #6 & #11; Nocturnes #7 &
      #15; Mazurkas #21, #25 & #45; Impromptu #1. Malcuzynski, piano. A-
      (brief lgt tks beg sd 1) ....................................................................................... 18.00
824. 35172: DEBUSSY - Boite a Joujoux; Children's Corner Suite.
      Cluytens/ORTF. A--(occ lgt tks) .................................................................... 16.00
825. 35183: MENDELSSOHN - Symphony #3; Calm Sea & Prosperous Voyage
      Overture. Kletzki/Israel Phil. B(most plays A-, but some scrs & a bubble) .... 9.00
826. 35184: BRAHMS - Quartet #3. Quartetto Italiano. A- .................................... 20.00
827. 35202: BERLIOZ - Symphonie Fantastique. Karajan/PO. A-(a few ticks in
      outer grooves) ................................................................................................... 18.00
828. 35205: LALO - Symphonie Espagnole. Oistrakh; Martinon/PO. Angel
      35205. A- .......................................................................................................... 18.00
829. 35207: OPERA INTERMEZZI - Cavalleria Rusticana, Pagliacci, Tales of
      Hoffmann, Hary Janos, Manon Lescaut, Carmen, Thais, Khovantchina,
      Goyescas, Traviata & Amico Fritz. Karajan/PO. A-- .................................... 16.00
830. 35208: SPANISH SONGS - Works of Falla(7), Mompou(3),
      Montsalvatge(2), Turina(2), Obradors(5) & Pittaluga. Nan Merriman;
      Moore, piano. B to B+(much plays A-, but flaws) .......................................... 15.00
831. 35209: MOZART - Symphony #29 & #41. Klemperer/PO. A- ........................ 18.00
832. 35214: DVORAK - Symphony #8; Scherzo Capriccioso. Sawallisch/PO.
      [very young Sawallisch photo] A- ................................................................... 18.00
833. 35215: MOZART - Piano Concerti #20 & #25. Gieseking; Rosbaud/PO.
      [ns] A- ............................................................................................................... 10.00
834. 35216: VIVALDI - The Four Seasons. Giulini/PO. A- ..................................... 12.00
835. 35217: FRENCH SONGS - Works of Debussy(9), Bachelet, Faure(3),
      Chausson, Duparc(2) & Bizet. Nan Merriman; Moore, piano. A--(outer
      grooves are B+)................................................................................................. 15.00
LP's: Angels - continued
36. 35220: SHAKESPEARE - Twenty Sonnets; Scenes from "As You Like It."
      Dame Edith Evans (with Michael Redgrave in the scenes). A-(lovely!) ..... 25.00
837. 35232: FRANCK - Psyche; Redemption; Chasseur Maudit. Cluytens/PCO.
      A- to B++(brief tks Redemption) ..................................................................... 10.00
838. 35336: SAINT-SAENS - Symphony #3. Roget; Cluytens/PCO. A- ................. 18.00
839. 35380: BACH (in C) & MOZART (K.365) - Concerti for Two Pianos.
      Haskil; Anda; Galliera/PO. A-(superficial marks K.365 do not sound; s/s) . 16.00
840. 35388: TCHAIKOVSKY - Violin Concerto. Saint-Saens - Introduction &
      Rondo Capriccioso. Rabin; Galliera/PO. [British pressing with dowel
      spine] A-/A- to B+(14 moderate ticks, mvt 2) ................................................. 20.00
841. 35410: STRAUSS - The Two Horn Concerti. Brain; Sawallisch/PO. A-(s/s) . 12.00
842. 35436: LISZT - Piano Concerto #1; Hungarian Fantasy. Cziffra;
      Dervaux/PCO. A-(fine British pressing but missing dowel spine) ................. 10.00
843. 35482: WAGNER - Tannhauser, Meistersinger Overtures; Tristan
      Prelude/Liebestod. Karajan/BPO. [th] A- ...................................................... 12.00
844. 35623: DVORAK - Symphony #9. Silvestri/ORTF. [th] A--.............................. 9.00
845.*45005: BACH - Musical Offering (orchestral arrangement by Igor
      Markevitch). Markevitch/ORTF. [th] A- ....................................................... 16.00
846.*S-35426: HENRY KRIPS (Josef's brother): WALDTEUFEL WALTZES -
      Les Patineurs; Mon Reve; Estudiantina; Grenadiers; Pomone; Espana.
      Philharmonia Promenade Orchestra. [Very early Angel stereo issue with
      both first US red labels and dowel spine] A-.................................................... 16.00
847. S-35427: SUPPE OVERTURES - Light Cavalry; Tantalusqualen; Die Irrfahrt
      ins Gluck; Poet & Peasant; Morning, Noon & Night; Pique Dame. Henry
      Krips/PO. [earliest issue, with U.S. red labels and the dowel spine which
      was onlyh on the very first Angel stereos] A-(s/s) ........................................... 15.00

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.

848.*CS-6005: ROSSINI-RESPIGHI - La Boutique Fantasque. DUKAS -
      Sorcerer's Apprentice. Solti/Israel Phil. [bb] A- to B+ ...................................                               14.00
849.*CS-6012: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Tsar Saltan Suite; May Night Overture;
      Russian Easter Overture. Ansermet/OSR. A- .................................................                               12.00
850.*CS-6027: HAYDN - Symphonies #94 & #99. Krips/VPO. [bb] A- .................                                                16.00
851.*CS-6033: LISZT - Piano Concerti #1 & #2. Katchen; Argenta/LPO. [bb]
      A-(s/s) ...............................................................................................................   15.00
LP's: Londons - continued
852.*CS-6036: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Christmas Eve Suite; Sadko; Chanson
      Russe; Flight of the Bumblebee. Ansermet/OSR. A- .....................................                                 16.00
853.*CS-6046: RODRIGO - Concierto de Aranjuez (Yepes). FALLA: Nights in
      the Gardens of Spain (Soriano). Argenta/Spanish Natnl Orch). [TAS
      42:83; 73:149L] [bb] A--(superficial marks cause only slight sound) .............                                      18.00
854.*CS-6051: SCHUBERT - Octet in F. Vienna Octet. [TAS 38:159] A-(c/c) ......                                               10.00
855.*CS-6066: TCHAIKOVSKY - Serenade for Strings. MOZART - Eine Kleine
      Nachtmusik. Solti/Israel Phil Strings. [bb] A--(minor cover scuffs) .............                                      13.00
856.*CS-6088: MOZART - Les Petits Riens. GRIEG - Holberg Suite.
      Munchinger/Stuttgart Ch Orch. [bb] A-.......................................................                           15.00
857. CS-6116: GLAZUNOV - The Seasons. Wolff/PCO. A-(blue-backed jacket,
      but not FFSS labels)..........................................................................................         15.00
858.*CS-6129: STRAUSS - Also Sprach Zarathustra. Karajan/VPO. [fold-open
      album; Boskovsky, vln] [bb] A-.......................................................................                  35.00
859.*CS-6138: STRAVINSKY - Song of the Nightingale; Pulcinella Suite.
      Ansermet/OSR. [VERY scarce in this original issue!] [bb] A-(pristine) .......                                          45.00
860.*CS-6142: BACH - A Musical Offering. Munchinger/Stuttgart Ch Orch.
      [bb] A-(s/s)........................................................................................................   15.00
861.*CS-6153: RACHMANINOV - Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.
      DOHNANYI - Variations on a Nursery Tune. Katchen; Boult/LPO. A- ......                                                 15.00
862.*CS-6154: JEWELS OF WOLF-FERRARI - Suite from Jewels of the
      Madonna; Overtures to Dama Boba, Secret of Suzanne; Quatro Rusteghi;
      Intermezzi from Campiello(2) & Quatro Rusteghi. Nello Santi/PCO. A-
      (blue-backed jacket, but not FFSS labels) ........................................................                     16.00
863.*CS-6177: MUSSORGSKY - Pictures at an Exhibition. LISZT - The Huns.
      Ansermet/OSR. A- ..........................................................................................            16.00
864.*CS-6211: STRAUSS - Till Eulenspiegel; Death & Tranfiguration; Salome's
      Dance. Karajan/VPO. [bb] A- ........................................................................                   12.00
865.*CS-6244: HOLST - The Planets. Karajan/VPO. A- ........................................                                  12.00
866.*CS-6248: RAVEL - Rapsodie Espagnole. DEBUSSY - Two Nocturnes;
      Afternoon of a Faun. LSO. [Monteux' first disc as principal conductor of
      LSO] A- ............................................................................................................   20.00
867.*CS-6329: BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #1. Curzon; Szell/LSO. [TAS
      108:110; classic!] A-(c/c) .................................................................................           12.00
868.*CS-6356: RODRIGO - Fantasia para un Gentilhombre. MAURICE OHANA
      - Guitar Concerto. Yepes; Fruhbeck/National Orchestra of Spain.
      [interestingly, Fruhbeck is not identified as "de Burgos" here] [first copy
      I've seen of this as a blue-backed FFSS] [bb] A-(s/s) ......................................                           15.00
869.*CS-6398: BRITTEN - Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra (no narration);
      Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings (Pears; Tuckwell). Composer/LSO.
      A-(demo)...........................................................................................................    11.00
LP's: Londons - continued
870.*CS-6400: BACH - Suite #2. MOZART - Flute Concerto, K.314. GLUCK -
      Dance of Blessed Spirits. Claude Monteux, flute; Monteux/LSO. A-(c/c)... 15.00
871.*CS-6417: KODALY - Hary Janos Suite; Dances of Galanta; Two Arias from
      Hary Janos (Szonyi). Kertesz/LSO. A-(s/s) .................................................... 12.00
872.*CS-6422: CHOPIN - Four Ballades; Trois Nouvelles Etudes. Ashkenazy,
      piano. A- ............................................................................................................. 9.00
873.*CS-6429: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #4. Maazel/VPO. A- ....................... 11.00
874.*CS-6508: PIZZETTI - La Pisanella; Concerto Dell'Estate. Gardelli/OSR. A-
      (s/s) ................................................................................................................... 15.00
875.*CS-6511: DVORAK - Symphony #5; My Home Overture. Kertesz/LSO. A- ... 9.00
876.*CS-6523: DVORAK - Symphony #1. Kertesz/LSO. A- .................................... 9.00
877.*CS-6525: DVORAK - Symphony #3; Hussite Overture. Kertesz/LSO. A- ....... 8.00
878.*CS-6540: CHAUSSON - Symphony. FRANCK - Les Eolides.
      Ansermet/OSR. A- ............................................................................................ 9.00
879.*CS-6602: BERWALD - Sinfonia Singuliere; Symphony in E-flat.
      Ehrling/LSO. A-(s/s) ....................................................................................... 10.00
880.*CS-6636: MENDELSSOHN - Sextet in D. BORODIN - Quintet in c. Vienna
      Octet Members. A-............................................................................................ 9.00
881.*CS-6732: SCRIABIN - Poem of Fire; Piano Concerto. Ashkenazy;
      Maazel/LPO. A- .............................................................................................. 10.00
882.*CS-6747: SCHMIDT - Symphony #4. Mehta/VPO. [legendary work and
      performance; TAS 43:159-60] A- .................................................................... 20.00
883.*CS-6885: STRAVINSKY - Le Sacre de Printemps. Solti/CSO. [TAS re
      Decca: 6:182; 65:158L; 69:144] A-.................................................................. 12.00
884.*CS-6983: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #5. Solti/CSO. [Minshull;
      Wilkinson & Lock] A-(s/s) ............................................................................... 10.00
885.*CS-7005: SIBELIUS - Swanwhite & King Christian II Suites; Andante
      Festivo. Jalas/Hungarian State Sym. [Szekely; Csintalan] A-(c/c)............... 10.00
886.*CS-7006: CLEVELAND OVERTURES - Roman Carnival; Academic
      Festival; Forza; Russlan & Ludmilla; Gazza Ladra; Prometheus.
      Maazel/CO. [Woolcock; Moorfoot; 1975] A-(c/c) ........................................... 9.00
887.*CS-7197: REGER - Variations & Fugue on Theme of Telemann. Brahms -
      Variations & Fugue on a Theme of Handel. Bolet, piano. [Wadland;
      Dunkerley] A- to A(Dutch pressing) .................................................................. 9.00
888.*CS-7238: SIBELIUS & DELIUS - String Quartets. Fitzwilliam Quartet.
      [Recorded at Snape, 1978; Wadland; Dunkerley; Dutch pressing] A- to A .... 12.00
889.*CS-7239: BORODIN - String Quartets #1 & #2. Fitzwilliam Quartet.
      [Wadland; Dunkerley & Pellow; Dutch pressing] A- to A ................................ 9.00
890.*CSA-2221(2): LISZT - A Faust Symphony (Krenn, baritone); Mephisto
      Waltz; Nocturnal Procession. Ansermet/OSR; Lausanne Cho. A- ............... 30.00
891.*CSA-2229(2): DELIBES - Coppelia. Bonynge/OSR. A-(s/s)........................... 15.00
LP's: Londons - continued
892.*CSP--8(2): BEETHOVEN - Symphony #9. Lorengar; Minton; Burrows;
      Talvela; Solti/CSO & Cho. [TAS 4:236; Minshull; Wilkinson & Lock] A-
      (s/s) ................................................................................................................... 18.00
893.*OS-25102: INGE BORKH RECITAL. STRAUSS - Final Scene from
      Salome. BEETHOVEN - AH, Perfido! WEBER - Ozean! Du Ungeheuer!
      (from Oberon). Krips/VPO. [bb] A-................................................................ 25.00
894.*OS-25120: RENATA TEBALDI - Operatic Arias. Turandot, Manon
      Lescaut, Butterfly, Traviata, Forza, Andrea Chenier & Mefistofele. ASCR;
      misc conductors. [bb] A- .................................................................................. 18.00
895.*OS-25219: FERNANDO CORENA - Four Mozart Concert Arias for Bass;
      Exc from Il Maestro di Cappella (Cimarosa). Quadri/ROHCG. [bb] A-....... 18.00
896.*OS-25331: BRITTEN - Noye's Fludde. Brannigan; Rex; Anthony; Del
      Mar/ECO; East Suffolk Children's Orch. [TAS 65:154L; 73:149L (in its
      Argo incarnation)] [bb] A-................................................................................ 14.00
897.*OS-26111: MOZART - Complete Masonic Music. Krause; Krenn;
      Kertesz/LSO; Edinburgh Fest Cho. A-........................................................... 9.00
898.*OSA--1159: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #9. Sutherland; Horne; King;
      Talvela; Schmidt-Isserstedt/VPO; VSO Cho. A-(leftlet AUTOGRAPHED
      by Horne) ......................................................................................................... 16.00
899.*OSA--1255(2): BRITTEN - War Requiem. Vishnevskaya; Pears; Fischer-
      Dieskau; Composer/LSO; Melos Ens; Bach Choir; Highgate School Boys'
      Choir. [Culshaw; Wilkinson; TAS 130:165 and 71:133 in Wilkinson's
      account of problems with Vishnevskaya (whom he does not mention by
      name)] [FFSS labels] A- ................................................................................... 24.00
900.*OSA--1305(3): BRITTEN - Peter Grimes. Pears; Watson; Pease; Kenny;
      Brannigan; Lanigan; Evans; Composer/ROHCG. [TAS 30:130] [bb;
      FFSS] A-(libretto AUTOGRAPHED by Evans) ............................................. 25.00
901.*OSA--1309(3): WAGNER - Das Rheingold. Flagstad; London; Svanholm;
      Neidlinger; Solti/VPO. [TAS 12:527; 73:150L] [bb; FFSS] A- to B++ ......... 22.00
902.*OSA--1313(3): VERDI - Aida. Tebaldi; Bergonzi; MacNeil; Simionato;
      Karajan/VPO. [TAS 32:158-9; 61:130-4; 73:149L] [bb; FFSS] A-
      (booklet's photo page AUTOGRAPHED by MacNeil) ................................... 35.00
903.*OSA--1393(3): VERDI - Aida. Price; Vickers; Gorr; Merrill; Tozzi;
      Solti/Rome Opera. [Mohr; Layton; from RCA LSC-6158] A- ...................... 18.00
904.*PS-124: MANTOVANI FILM ENCORES - High Noon, September Song,
      Intermezzo, Laura, Limelight, seven more. Mantovani/His Orch. [bb] A- ... 10.00
905.*STS-15007: DVORAK - Symphony #9. Kubelik/VPO. [from CS-6020] A-..... 9.00
906.*STS-15014: FALLA - El Amor Brujo (Gabarain; Ansermet/OSR); El
      Retablo de Maese Pedro (Soloists; Argenta/Spanish National Orch). A- .... 11.00
907.*STS-15033: MASSENET - Scenes Alsaciennes; Scenes Pittoresques.
      Wolff/PCO. [from LL-1298; 1st stereo issue in US?] A-................................ 12.00
LP's: Londons - continued
908.*STS-15051: MASSENET - Le Cid Ballet Music. MEYERBEER-LAMBERT
      - Les Patineurs Ballet. Martinon/Israel Phil. [from CS-6058; very crisp!] ... 11.00
909.*STS-15066: BALAKIREV - Thamar. LIADOV - Kikimora; Eight Russian
      Folk Songs; Baba-Yaga. Ansermet/OSR. [first stereo issue?] A- .................. 12.00
910.*STS-15081/2(2): BRITTEN - The Prince of the Pagodas (complete ballet).
      Composer/ROHCG. [TAS 65:154L; 158:132-3] A- ...................................... 18.00
911.*ZM-1001: JOHN WILLIAMS - Suites from Star Wars & Close Encounters
      of the Third Kind. Mehta/LAPO. [Minshull; Lock, Miles & Eadon; Royce
      Hall, 1977] A-(U.S. pressing, but excellent; s/s) ................................................ 9.00

LP's: London Phase-4 Stereo
912.*SP-44068: THE KING OF SOUND - Eric Rogers playing the organ in
      Kingsway Hall in Stars & Stripes, Greensleeves, Girl from Ipanema,
      Magnificent Seven and six more selections. A- ................................................. 1.00
913.*SP-44207: THE FANTASY FILM WORLD OF BERNARD HERRMANN.
      Music from Journey to the Center of the Earth; The Seventh Voyage of
      Sinbad; The Day the Earth Stood Still; Fahrenheit 451. Composer/National
      Philharmonic. [TAS 30:141-2; 41:154-8; 60:130-2; 65:164L] A- ................. 25.00
914.*SPC-21132: MUSIC FROM SHAKESPEARIAN FILMS:
      SHOSTAKOVICH - Hamlet Suite. WALTON - Richard III Prelude.
      ROSZA - Julius Caesar Suite. Herrmann/National Philharmonic. [Few;
      Lilley] A- ............................................................................................................ 8.00
915.*SPC-21144: JOHANN STRAUSS - Blue Danube; Tales from the Vienna
      Woods; Voices of Spring; Artist's Life; Roses from the South. Fiedler/BPS.
      [Few; Mailes] A-(minor cover scuffs) ................................................................ 8.00
916.*SPC-21166: MIKLOS ROZSA - Music from Ben Hur. Composer/National
      Philharmonic Orch & Cho. [Few, McDonald; Goodall; Christopher
      Palmer, "assistant to Mr. Rozsa;" TAS re Decca issue: 65:164L] A- .............. 17.00

Listings of Mercuries follow on the next page 
LP's: Mercuries
For the SR series (and some of the others) I am now replacing my previous pressing
designation by means of label-type with designations by means of stamper numbers, since
most of my customers seem to find that information more complete and useful. The FR's
are the earliest stampers, followed by the RFR's, CFR's and M's. FR stampers no longer
appeared in issues with numbers above about SR-90265 (some earlier numbers may also
have been pressed first as RFR's), and there were no RFR's either above about SR-90500.
Excellent (or mint) copies of Mercury's early stereo pressings (particularly those with the
early FR stampers), like those of most companies in the late 50's and early 60's,
sometimes grade A- but frequently have a degree of surface noise which falls a little
below my audition grade of A-, yet is quieter than what I grade B+. These are graded
"A- to B+." Items graded A- are very fine copies of very quiet pressings, and grades
above that are exceptional.

917. MG-50022: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #7. Paray/Detroit Sym. [moo-only
      recording - one of the first four Paray/Detroit discs] [MF-6/MF-3] A--(brief
      lgt tks mvt 1 & occasionally elsewhere) ........................................................... 13.00
918. MG-50033: BARTOK - Concerto for Orchestra. Dorati/Mpls. [TAS 58:134;
      mono-only; recorded December 1953: not to be confused with Dorati's
      stereo remake with LSO] B(mostly B+ or better, but some scrs) .................... 16.00
919. MG-50040: RAVEL - Daphnis et Chloe (complete). Dorati/Mpls;
      Macalester College Choir. [recorded December 4, 1954; mono only] [MF-
      12/MF-12] B/B+(occ tks) ................................................................................... 7.00
920.*MG-50082: MacDOWELL - Suite #2 ("Indian"). Hanson/ERSO. [MF-
      9/FR-2] A- to B+ .............................................................................................. 12.00
921. MG-50103: McPHEE - Tabuh-Tabuhan. CARTER - The Minotaur.
      Hanson/ERSO. [TAS re stereo issue of McPhee: 39:127; 53:120; 65:156L;
      Carter apparently not in stereo] [MF-2/MF-4] A--(brief tks end Carter) ......... 14.00
922. MG-50104: CHADWICK (George W.) - Symphonic Sketches.
      Hanson/ERSO. [TAS re stereo: 37:96] [MF-2/MF-2] A-(s/s) .......................... 9.00
923. MG-50128: PARAY - Mass for the 500th Anniversary of the Death of Joan
      of Arc. Yeend; Lloyd; Bible; Sze; Paray/Detroit; Cho. [TAS re stereo:
      36:166] [FR-6/FR-3] A-(s/s) .............................................................................. 9.00
924. MG-50140: BARTOK - Violin Concerto. Menuhin; Dorati/Mpls. [TAS re
      stereo: 33:134; recorded in Carnegie Hall from midnight to 5 a.m. following
      a concert!] [FR-7/FR-9] A-(s/s) .......................................................................... 9.00
925. MG-50217: MUSSORGSKY - Pictures at an Exhibition (Ravel
      orchestration); Khovanshchina Prelude & Dance of the Persian Slaves.
      Dorati/Mpls. [TAS re stereo 51:177; 53:116; 54:164; 98:127] [FR-4/B-4]
      A- ...................................................................................................................... 13.00
LP's: Mercuries - continued
926. MG-90003: MUSIC OF MODERN NORWAY, VOL 2: EIVIND GROVEN -
      Ballade for Chorus & Orchestra (Kramm/Oslo Phil /Univ Cho). EGGE -
      Piano Concerto #2 (Riefling; Fjeldstad/Oslo Phil). [MF-2/MF-4] A--/B+ ... 14.00
927. OL2-113(2): TCHAIKOVSKY - The Nutcracker (complete). Dorati/LSO.
      [35mm film recording; TAS re stereo: 44:142-4; 52:211; 54:162] A- to
      B++(MS-5/SSM1/SSM1/CTFR-3)................................................................... 14.00
928.*SR-61093: HORST JANKOWSKI - So What's New?. [recorded in
      Stuttgart] A-(c/c) ................................................................................................. 9.00
929.*SR-61195: HORST JANKOWSKI - Piano Affairs. [M-1/M-1] A-(c/c) ............ 9.00
930.*SR-90008: STRAUSS (Johann) - Voices, Vienna Bonbons, Champagne
      Polka, Roses, Artist's Life. Dorati/Mpls. [PR-2/PR-2] A-(c/c) ....................... 13.00
931.*SR-90098: BARTOK - Suite #2. Dorati/Mpls. [TAS 39:127] [RFR-1/RFR-
      1] A- to B+ ........................................................................................................ 20.00
932.*SR-90109: BOARDWALK PIPES - Stars & Stripes, Trumpet Voluntary and
      works of Elmore, Kreisler(4), Kramer, Weaver, & Boex. Robert Elmore
      plays Atlantic City Ballroom Organ. [very obscure and scarce issue - my
      last copy sold for over $250 in 1990!] [FR-1/FR-5] A-(lovely copy) ............ 100.00
933.*SR-90115: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Symphony #8. BAX - Garden of
      Fand. BUTTERWORTH - Shropshire Lad. Barbirolli/Halle. [Still my
      favorite VW 8th! Great bell in finale; fine Karsh cover portrait] [TAS
      41:124-5; 54:159] [FR-1/FR-1] A- ................................................................... 55.00
934.*SR-90121: MOZART - Symphony #36; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. Dorati /
      LSO. [TAS 34:176] [RFR-2/RFR-1] A- to B+/A-(14 ticks, beg sym) ............ 12.00
935.*SR-90127: BACH ON THE BIGGEST - Toccata & Fugue in d; Wachet
      Auf!; In Dulci Jubilo; Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in C. Robert Elmore;
      Atlantic City Convention Hall Organ. [largest organ in the world, at least as
      of 1956; obscure record!] [TAS 47:143] [RFR-1/RFR-2] A- .......................... 65.00
936.*SR-90132: KODALY - Hary Janos Suite. BARTOK - Hungarian Sketches;
      Roumanian Folk Dances. Dorati/Mpls. [TAS 40:137-8; 53:116; 54:163;
      65:156L] [RFR-1/RFR-1] A--(c/c; back cover a little scuffy) ......................... 35.00
937.*SR-90133: SCHUMANN - Symphony #3 ("Rhenish"). Paray/Detroit. [FR-
      2/FR-2] A-(superficial rubs cause very little or no snd) ................................... 25.00
938.*SR-90150: HANSON - Song of Democracy (with Eastman Chorus); Elegy in
      Memory of My Friend, Serge Koussevitzky. RICHARD LANE - Four
      Songs (Berlin, mezzo). Hanson/ERSO. [TAS 47:148; 65:153L] [FR-1/FR-
      1] A-(mod 1/4-inch scr Song; Lane ticky in spots) .......................................... 22.00
939.*SR-90158: HANDEL (arr. Harty) - Water Music Suite; Royal Fireworks
      Music. Dorati/LSO. [TAS 36:167; 54:160+163] [M-3/RFR-2] A-(c/c) ......... 18.00
940.*SR-90168: FRANCK - Piece Heroique; Chorales #1 - 3. Dupre; Organ of St.
      Thomas Church, New York City. [TAS 45:158; 53:121; 65:156L] [FR-
      1/FR-1] A--(2 light 1/8-inch scrs, sd 1) ............................................................ 25.00
LP's: Mercuries - continued
941.*SR-90197: BRITISH BAND CLASSICS, VOL 2: WALTON - Crown
      Imperial. JACOB - Wm Byrd Suite. HOLST - Hammersmith Prelude and
      Scherzo. [TAS 45:154; 53:118; 54:163; 65:156L] [FR-1/FR-1] A-- ...............                                        75.00
942.*SR-90209: TCHAIKOVSKY - Romeo & Juliet. KHACHATURIAN - Gayne
      (exc). Dorati/LSO. [TAS 33:137] [CS-7/CS-10] A-(c/c)................................                                  20.00
943.*SR-90218: SCHUBERT - Symphony #8; Rosamunde Exc.
      Skrowaczewski/Mpls. [TAS 50:194] [RFR-5/RFR-5] A- ..............................                                      35.00
944.*SR-90224: BARBER - Capricorn Concerto; Medea. Hanson/ERSO. [TAS
      35:106; 54:162] [M-1/M-1] A--(few small lgt scrs sd 1; c/c) ..........................                                19.00
945.*SR-90267: THE COMPOSER & HIS ORCHESTRA, Volume II. Howard
      Hanson discusses musical colors & plays his "Mosaics" with ERSO. [TAS
      31:98] [RFR-1/RFR-1] A- ................................................................................              23.00
946.*SR-90272: SCHUBERT - Symphony #9 (old #7). Skrowaczewski/Mpls.
      [35mm film recording][TAS 50:196] [RFR-2/RFR-2] A- ...............................                                    32.00
947.*SR-90300: PROKOFIEV - Piano Concerto #3. RACHMANINOFF - Piano
      Concerto #1. Janis; Kondrashin/Moscow Phil. [35mm film recording;
      first recording made by an American team in USSR] [TAS 34:179;
      40:130L; 54:158] [RFR-8/RFR-8] A-- .............................................................                      22.00
948.*SR-90349: STRAVINSKY - Petrushka (3 exc). LISZT - Hung Rhapsody
      #12. CHOPIN - Polonaise in A-flat. BRAHMS - Paganini Variations.
      Bachauer, piano. [PR-3/PR-3] A-(c/c) ............................................................                     14.00
949.*SR-90379: MENNIN - Symphony #5. SCHUMAN - New England Triptych.
      GRIFFES - Poem for Flute & Orchestra (Mariano). Hanson/ERSO. [TAS
      11:390L; 46:154] [RFR-1/RFR-1] A-(demo copy; superficial mark sd 2
      does not snd) .....................................................................................................   25.00
950.*SR-90431: GERSHWIN - An American in Paris. OFFENBACH - Gaite
      Parisienne. Dorati/Mpls. [RFR-1/RFR-1] A- ..................................................                          16.00
951.*SR-90444: CHAMPAGNE, ROSES & BONBONS - J. STRAUSS: Vienna
      Bonbons; Roses from the South; Champagne Polka. DOHNANYI:
      Wedding Waltz. LEHAR: Merry Widow Waltz. WALDTEUFEL: Skaters
      Waltz. Dorati/Philharmonia Hungarica; Mpls. [PR-2/PR-2] A- .................                                          19.00
952.*SR3-9018(3): TCHAIKOVSKY - The Four Suites (complete). Dorati/NPO.
      [Great horns & accordians in scherzo of #2!][TAS 40:136-7][RFR-6; RFR-
      3; RFR-1; RFR-1; RFR-7; RFR-1] A-(s/s) .......................................................                        38.00
953.*SRI-75049: SESSIONS - Black Maskers Suite. BARBER - Capricorn
      Concerto. GINASTERA - Creole Faust Overture. Hanson/ERSO. [from
      SR-90257(TAS 33:136; 54:162); SR-90224(TAS 35:106; 54:162); SR-
      90103(TAS 39:127-8; 53:120)] A- to A ...........................................................                      12.00
954.*SRI-75109: COATES - London Suite; Four Ways Suite; The Three
      Elizabeths. Fennell/London Pops. [from SR-90439; TAS 41:124] A- to A ..                                               12.00
LP's: RCA's
I am now listing RCA's all together in one group when they are either early pressings in
which customers have indicated an interest, or when they are later pressings of issues
which have had a particular following. Records are listed alphanumerically by prefix
and number. Codes for pressings refer to label types, and are given in brackets just
before the grade at the end of the listing (e.g. [SD]). RCA pressing codes are as follows:

         PD = Plum Dog (Nipper, the RCA/HMV dog, shown against a shaded
            plum background; used for the last RCA classical mono issues,
            c.1954-1958).
         SD = Shaded Dog (as above, but with fire-engine red background; used
            during the early stereo era, c.1958-1963, for both mono and stereo
            classical issues except some Sorias).
         WD = White Dog (also called "Plain Dog"; Nipper here is against an
            unshaded background of Christmas red; used for all classical issues
            except Sorias c.1964-1969).
         ND = No Dog (large "RCA" in open white letters on left of label; c.1969-1977).
         LD = Late Dog (small dog on upper right of label against dark red; c.1977
           forward).
         BL = Black label (for popular records almost exclusively)
         CP = Canadian Pressing.
         PL = Plum Label (for Victrola [VIC or VICS] issues, the earliest pressings,
           c. 1964-1968).
         SS = Soria Series (special label of Christmas red with no dog used only
            for the Sorias; the first Sorias had SD labels, but switched to SS
            about 1961 - before WD era).

I am now also including the stamper numbers of each stereo disc (and some monos too)
next to the pressing code. If the information is available I also show the names of the
producer and engineer in another pair of brackets. Please note that for these issues - as
for most records from the early stereo era - copies in apparently mint condition
frequently grade "A- to B+" in my audition. Copies graded A- are very fine, and higher
grades are quite extraordinary from this period.

955.*AGL1-4083: FRANCK - Symphony. Cantelli/NBC Sym. [Pfeiffer; Chase;
   recorded April 6, 1954; from LM-1852(mono-only); then ARL1-3005(1979; TAS
   15:368-9)]. A- ........................................................................................................ 12.00
956.*ARL1-0184: CAPTAIN FROM CASTILE - THE CLASSIC FILM SCORES
   OF ALFRED NEWMAN. Excerpts from How to Marry a Millionaire; The Robe;
   Wuthering Heights; Airport; Down to the Sea in Ships; The Bravados; The Song
   of Bernadette; The Best of Everything; Anastasia. Gerhardt/National
   Philharmonic. [Korngold; Wilkinson; includes insert w/film photos & notes] A- 16.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
957.*ARP1-4442: STRAUSS - Ein Heldenleben. Reiner/CSO. [Pfeiffer; Chase;
   half-speed ("Point Five") mastering] A- to A(c/c) ................................................ 12.00
958.*CAMDEN LIVING STEREO CAS-489: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #5.
   Gruner-Hegge/Oslo Phil. [Living Stereo; 1S/1S; only in print May 1959 - May
   1961] A-(loud tks 1/8 inch late 3rd movement) .................................................... 13.00

                                Classic Records RCA Reissues
Since Classic Records began their silky reissues of RCA originals in the mid-1990's,
there has been a bewildering array of issues, deletions, reissues in similar packaging,
reissues in different packaging, etc. I cannot keep track of what is still available and in
what form, but I think all of these have had list prices of $30.00 or more. The copies I
list below are all in first-class condition; I am simply going to set a blanket minimim bid
amount of $15 and let my customers tell me what they are worth today!

959.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-1817: OFFENBACH - Gaite Parisienne.
      Fiedler/Boston Pops. [Probably the first stereo recording made by
      Fiedler and the Pops, June 1954; the original release had the shortest
      "Schwann Life" of any item I have researched - only eight months
      separated its appearance in August 1958 from its deletion in April 1959.
      TAS re that original: 32:148; 34:177; 60:136; 75/76:78][This copy has
      Serial #1-1526] A- to A ..................................................................................                15.00
960.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-18901: BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #1.
      Rubinstein; Reiner/CSO. [Pfeiffer; Chase; recorded in April of 1954,
      this was released initially in mono only on LM-1831 and never issued in
      stereo at all until ARL1-2044 in 1977. This issue uses the original 1954
      cover along with the "Living Stereo" banner - quite an exciting
      combination! [TAS re first stereo release on ARL1-2044: 11:389L] A- to
      A......................................................................................................................   15.00
961.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-1901: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #6.
      Monteux/BSO. [Pfeiffer; Chase (Mohr & Layton did the mono issue); in
      its original form, this one of RCA's very first stereo issues, August 1958;
      TAS re that original issue: 75/76:175-6] A- to A ...........................................                              15.00
962.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-1903: BRAHMS - Violin Concerto. Heifetz;
      Reiner/CSO. [Pfeiffer; Layton or Chase; TAS re original RCA release:
      77:138-40] A- to A .........................................................................................              15.00
963.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2077: STRAUSS - Till Eulenspiegel; Death &
      Transfiguration. Reiner/VPO. [TAS re original RCA issue: 100:212] A-
      to A .................................................................................................................    15.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
964. CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2113: STRAVINSKY - Petrouchka; Firebird
       Suite. Monteux/PCO. [This really is one of the most exciting of the
       Classic Record reissues, because this Petrouchka was never issued by
       RCA in stereo. The original LM-2113 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, this Classic Records issue is its
       only stereo issue. Exciting to see the nice Chagall cover with the "Living
       Stereo" banner on it!] A- to A ........................................................................                 35.00
965.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2134: OVERTURE! OVERTURE! - Light
       Cavalry; Zampa; If I Were King; Morning, Noon & Night in Vienna;
       Queen of Spades; Crown of Diamonds. Agoult/New Symphony Orch
       Of London. [The original was only in print in stereo from September
       1959 to September 1961 and is very scarce; TAS regarding that original
       issue: 60:126] A- to A.....................................................................................             15.00
966.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2147: SCHUBERT - "Trout" Quintet. Festival
       Quartet (Goldberg, Primrose, Graudan, Babin; Sankey, bass). A-(brief
       tks sd 2) ...........................................................................................................   15.00
967.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2150: STRAVINSKY - Song of the
       Nightingale. PROKOFIEV - Lt. Kije Suite. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton;
       TAS re original RCA issue: 32:148; 42:83; 44:132; 49:148-9; 65:153L;
       75/76:70; 158:134] A- to A ............................................................................                 15.00
968.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2183: THE REINER SOUND. RAVEL -
       Rapsodie Espagnole; Pavan for a Dead Princess. RACHMANINOFF -
       Isle of the Dead. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS re original RCA
       release: 21/22:165; 86:184-86] A- to A ..........................................................                       15.00
969.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2185: RACHMANINOFF - Symphony #3.
       RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Russian Easter Overture. Boult/LPO. [never
       in stereo in its original RCA issue, at least in US] A- to A ............................                               15.00
970.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2201: MUSSORGSKY - Pictures at an
       Exhibition. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS re original RCA issue:
       98:126-8] FS ...................................................................................................        15.00
971.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2271: RAVEL - Piano Concerto in G. d'INDY
       - Symphony on a French Mountain Air. Henriot-Schweitzer;
       Munch/BSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS re original issue: 60:134-5] A- to A ......                                               15.00
972.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2342: SIBELIUS - Symphony #2.
       Monteux/LSO. [TAS re original RCA issue: 42:129] A- to A .....................                                          15.00
973.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2374: BARTOK - Music for Strings,
       Percussion & Celeste; Hungarian Sketches. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton;
       TAS re original RCA issue: 88:170] A- to A .................................................                            15.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
974.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2400: BALLET MUSIC FROM THE OPERA
      - Aida, William Tell, Khovantchina, Samson & Delilah (Bacchanale).
      Fistoulari/PCO. [The original was only in print 7/60-2/63; TAS re that
      release: 94:153] A- to A .................................................................................                15.00
975.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2405: SIBELIUS - Symphony #5; Karelia
      Suite. Gibson/LSO. [TAS re original RCA issue: 65:158L; 65:184] A- to
      A......................................................................................................................   15.00
976.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2419: DVORAK - Slavonic Dances (Op.46
      complete; Op.72 #7). Martinon/LSO. [the original issue is very scarce -
      issued December 1960; deleted February 1963; TAS re that release:
      81:120-2] A- to A ...........................................................................................             15.00
977.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2436: RESPIGHI - Pines & Fountains of
      Rome. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS re original RCA release:
      49:64-9; 65:158L; 73:196-200; 75/76:70][this copy has Serial #1-2747]
      A- to A ............................................................................................................      15.00
978.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2446: RIMSKY-KORSAKOFF -
      Scheherazade. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS re original RCA issue:
      42:83; 45:153-4; 49:64-9; 65:153L; 75/76:72][this copy has Serial #1-
      2735] A- to A ..................................................................................................          15.00
979.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2449: BIZET - Carmen Suite. GOUNOD -
      Faust Ballet Music; Funeral March of a Marionette. Gibson/LSO. [One
      of the most hotly sought-after of the RCA's in its original issue - only in
      print December 1960 to February 1963; TAS re that original release:
      75/76:72] A- to A............................................................................................             15.00
980.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2489: DVORAK - Symphony #7 (old #2).
      Monteux/LSO. [Bremner; Wilkinson; TAS re original RCA release:
      83/84:239] A- to A..........................................................................................              15.00
981.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2586: GERSHWIN - "I Got Rhythm"
      Variations; Concerto in F; Cuban Overture. Wild; Fiedler/BPS. [TAS re
      original RCA issue: 35:107; 36:130] A- to A.................................................                              15.00
982.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2652: BRUCH - Violin Concerto. MOZART -
      Violin Concerto #4. Heifetz; Sargent/New Sym, London. [Smith;
      Wilkinson] A- to A .........................................................................................              15.00
983.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-6094(2): ALBENIZ - Iberia (complete;
      orchestrated by Arbos & Surinach). RAVEL - Rapsodie Espagnole.
      Morel/PCO. [TAS re original RCA issue: 58:138] A- to A ..........................                                         30.00
984.*CRL2-2263(2): KHACHATURIAN - Gayne (Ballet Suites #1, #2 & #3).
      Tjeknavorian/National Philharmonic. [Gerhardt; Auger; TAS 12:530;
      spectacular production all the way; Tristan Frey's percussion solo in
      Lezghinka must be heard to be believed] A- ..................................................                             20.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
985. 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
986.*LDS-2560: THE GOLDEN AGE OF ENGLISH LUTE MUSIC - Works by
       Dowland, Morley, Johnson (Robert & John), Batchelar, Holborne,
       Cutting, Rosseter. Julian Bream. [Minshull; Lilley; Deluxe Soria Series
       issue in heavy slipcase with lovely 11-page Skira book; TAS 81:122-4]
       [SS; 2S/3S] A-(s/s) .........................................................................................             24.00
987.*LDS-6098(2): BERLIOZ - Romeo et Juliette. Elias; Valletti; Tozzi;
       Munch/BSO; NEC Cho. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 36:124-9; deluxe Soria
       Series issue with 20-page Robinson booklet; one of Munch's most
       glorious recordings] A-(SS; 3S/1S/1S/3S) .....................................................                            46.00
988. LM-1835: SCHUBERT - Symphony #9. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [Deluxe
       early fold-open album including essay by Andre Malrois] [PD; 1S/1S] A-
       (s/s) .................................................................................................................   20.00
989. LM-2251: HOVHANESS - Mysterious Mountain. STRAVINSKY -
       Divertimento from Le Baisee de la Fee. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton;
       TAS re stereo: 59:123-4] [AUTOGRAPHED in black ink on back cover
       by CSO first flute Donald Peck, 1964] [SD; 5S/2S] A-(autograph) ..............                                            19.00
990. LM-2264: GOULD - Suite from Declaration; Jekyll & Hyde Variations.
       Mitchell/National Sym. [Pfeiffer; Crawford; only in print 1/59 to 9/61;
       never in stereo until late Gold Seal] [SD; 3S/3S] A--(minor cov scuffs) .......                                           12.00
991. LM-2371: MAHLER - Songs of a Wayfarer; Kindertotenlieder. Forrester;
       Munch/BSO. [Pfeiffer; Crawford; Munch's only recorded Mahler] [SD;
       2S/1S] A- to B+(minor cover stains; missing text insert) ..............................                                   10.00
992. LM-6047(2): STRAUSS - Electra (3 excerpts); Salome (final scene);
       Bourgeois Gentilhomme (inc music). Borkh; Schoeffler; Yeend;
       Reiner/CSO. [Original mono-only issue. Never in stereo on LP until
       Victrola (Salome & Bourgeois) and Gold Seal (Elektra)] [SD; 5S/5/3/8]
       A- ....................................................................................................................   16.00
993.+LME-2408: DVORAK - Symphony #9. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [one of
       RCA's first three efforts at electronic stereo, and one of the most
       successful, in my view] [SD; 7S/5S] A-(lovely copy) ...................................                                   18.00
994.*LSC-2209: BRAHMS - Symphony #3. Reiner/CSO. [TAS 73:193-4] [SD;
       10S/5S] A-- .....................................................................................................         24.00
995.*LSC-2216: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #6. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr;
       Layton] [SD; 1S/1S] A-(s/s; 18 lgt tks fr superficial scr mvt 4) ....................                                     22.00
996.*LSC-2302: GILBERT & SULLIVAN Overtures - Mikado; Yeomen;
       Ruddigore; Iolanthe; H.M.S. Pinafore; Pirates. Alan Ward/Orch.
       [Recorded in England; TAS 96:150-51] [SD; 1S/1S] A- ...............................                                       20.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
997.*LSC-2318: ROSSINI OVERTURES - William Tell; Gazza Ladra; Scala di
       Seta; Signor Bruschino; Barber of Seville; Cenerentola. Reiner/CSO.
       [Mohr; Layton; TAS 83/84:234; I don't understand whay this has not had
       a "Living Stereo" CD issue; spectacular William Tell!] [SD; 9S/10S] A-.....                                     27.00
998.*LSC-2336: SIBELIUS - Finlandia; Valse Triste; King Christian II Suite
       exc.); Pelleas et Melisande (Entr'acte). GRIEG: Wedding Day at
       Troldhaugen; 2 Melodies; 2 Elegiac Melodies. Mackerras/London
       Proms. [Walker; Wilkinson; TAS 73:195] [SD; 3S/3S] A- ..........................                                35.00
999.*LSC-2362: BERLIOZ - Symphonie Fantastique. Monteux/VPO. [TAS
       77:136] [SD; 4S/1S] A- to B+(occ tks; mvt #3 is B+) ...................................                         12.00
1000.*LSC-2367: GERSHWIN - Rhapsody in Blue (Wild); An American in
       Paris. Fiedler/Boston Pops. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 42:83; 73:146L;
       96:148] [SD; 1S/1S] A-(tough to find 1st pressing in such fine shape) .........                                 45.00
1001.*LSC-2370: CHOPIN - The Four Ballades. Rubinstein. [Pfeiffer;
       Crawford] [SD; 1S/1S] A-(superficial rub side 1 does not sound) ................                                24.00
1002.*LSC-2411: CESARE VALLETTI - Town Hall Recital, October 16, 1959:
       Songs & Arias of Pasquini, Mozart, Berlioz(3), Wolf(5), Obradors,
       Calleja, Boito & Cilea. Taubman, piano. [Habig; Crawford; only in print
       3/60 - 8/62] [SD; 1S/2S] A--(demo copy) ......................................................                  32.00
1003.*LSC-2416: OPERATIC CHORUSES - Carmen, Faust, Nabucco, Otello,
       Trovatore, Lohengrin, Meistersinger, Mignon, Fledermaus, Cav, Tales,
       Rigoletto. Shaw/Chorale. [Slick; Crawford] [SD; 12S/12S] A- ...................                                 13.00
1004.*LSC-2462: STRAUSS - Don Juan. DEBUSSY - La Mer. Reiner/CSO.
       [Mohr; Layton; TAS 42:134; 100:218-20] [ND 13S/5S] A-..........................                                 14.00
1005.*LSC-2465: PROKOFIEV - Piano Concerto #2 (Leibowitz/PCO).
       HAYDN - Piano Sonata #35. Frager. [Gerhardt & Dellheim, producers;
       engineer(s) not listed; TAS 98:112L] [SD; 1S/1S] A- to B+(lgt tks one
       minute, 4th movement) ...................................................................................       19.00
1006.*LSC-2502: RICHARD VERREAU (tenor) - Serenade: Six Neapolitan
       songs; Six French selections including Plaisir d'Amour and arias from
       Maitre Pathelin, Jocelyn & Le Roi d'Ys. Grassi/Orchestra. [Canadian
       pressing; apparently released in Canada only, since I can find no
       reference to this in any US catalogs] B+(minor tape repair to spine) ............                               75.00
1007.*LSC-2516: SCHUBERT - Symphony #5 & 8. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr;
       Layton; TAS 86:182; SD; 10S/8S] A- ............................................................                 19.00
1008.*LSC-2548: VIENNESE NIGHT - Fiedler/BPS in waltzes by Strausses (4,
       including Thunder & Lightning Polka), Lehar(2), Vollstedt, Waldteufel.
       [WD; 6S/7S] A- ..............................................................................................   16.00
1009.*LSC-2566: GRIEG - Piano Concerto. Rubinstein; Wallenstein/Orch.
       Short pieces by Falla, Villa-Lobos, Liszt, Prokofiev, Schumann. [Wilcox;
       Layton] [TAS 65:156L] [SD; 3S/3S] A- ........................................................                   18.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1010.*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; 2S/2S] A-(light marks cause very little or no sound) ........... 20.00
1011. LSC-2611: RICHTER IN RECITAL - Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Ravel &
       Prokofiev from 1960 Carnegie Hall & Newark recitals. [Dellheim;
       Salvatore] [WD; 2S/2S] A-- ........................................................................... 12.00
1012.*LSC-2694: MOZART - Symphony #41; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.
       Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 21S/10S] A-(original with nice
       raised illustration; s/s) ..................................................................................... 12.00
1013.*LSC-2729: POPS GOES THE TRUMPET - Al Hirt plays Haydn
       Concerto, Java, Bugler's Holiday, Toy Trumpet & six more varied items.
       Fiedler/BPS. [Dellheim; Keville] [WD; 6S/9S] A- ......................................... 9.00
1014.*LSC-2779: RONALD TURINI - Piano music of Schumann, Liszt,
       Hindemith, Scriabin. [Dellheim; Keville; Horowitz pupil; only in print
       3/65 - 3/67] [WD; 3S/1S] A- .......................................................................... 19.00
1015.*LSC-2914: VARESE - Arcana. MARTIN - Concerto for 7 Winds,
       Timpani, Percussion & String Orchestra. Martinon/CSO. [Scott;
       Keville; TAS 4:234] [Martinon's 2nd CSO recording in pre-renovation
       Orchestra Hall (March, 1966); quite scarce (the repertoire probably didn't
       sell well) but quite spectacular, and celebrated in esoteric quarters after
       Frank Zappa was quoted as saying this was the best recorded introduction
       to Varese] [ND; 3S/2S] A-(c/c) ...................................................................... 23.00
1016.*LSC-2939: BIZET - L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & 2. LALO - Le Roi d'Ys
       Overture. MASSENET - Meditation from Thais. Martinon/CSO. [Scott;
       Goodman] [Recorded in post-renovation Orchestra Hall; December,
       1966; the Lalo especially is spectactular!] [WD; 4S/1S] A- .......................... 19.00
1017.*LSC-3040: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #3.Weissenberg;
       Pretre/CSO. [Pfeiffer; Moran] [WD; 2S/3S] A-(s/s) .................................... 12.00
1018.*LSC-3067: KHACHATURIAN - Symphony #3 ("Symphony-Poem").
       RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Russian Easter Overture. Stokowski/CSO.
       [Scott; Goodman; recorded in Medinah Temple; February, 1968] [ND;
       2S/4S] A-(brief bbl thumps, Rimsky; s/s) ...................................................... 12.00
1019.*LSC-3330: THE CLASSIC FILM SCORES OF ERICH WOLFGANG
       KORNGOLD. Sea Hawk; Kings Row; Captain Blood; Robin Hood;
       Constant Nymph; Juarez; Anthony Adverse; Devotion; Deception;
       Escape Me Never; Of Human Bondage; Between Two Worlds.
       Gerhardt/National Phil. [G. Korngold; Wilkinson; includes insert with
       film stills][TAS 30:143] [ND; 2S/1S] A- ....................................................... 15.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1020.*LSC-6096(2): BEETHOVEN - Symphonies #1 & 9. Curtin; Kopleff;
       McCollum; Gramm; Reiner/CSO; Cho. [Mohr; Layton; SD;
       5S/7S/1S/1S] [SD] A-(not easy to find in excellent SD pressing) ................. 50.00
1021.*LSC-6163(3): VERDI - Falstaff. Evans; Simionato; Ligabue; Ford; Freni;
       Kraus; Elias; Solti/RCA Italiana. [Mohr; Layton; libretto booklet
       AUTOGRAPHED by Evans & Kraus] A-(SD; 2S/1S/1S/1S/4S/1S) .......... 45.00
1022.*LSC-6168(3): VERDI - Luisa Miller. Moffo; Bergonzi; Verrett; MacNeil;
       Tozzi; Flagello; Cleva/RCA Italiana. [Mohr; Salvatore; photo page of
       libretto booklet AUTOGRAPHED by MacNeil] A-(WD;
       6S/5S/4S/4S/1S/1S) ........................................................................................ 25.00
1023.*LSP-1001: MUSIC FOR RELAXATION - George Melanchrino/His
       Orchestra. [BL; 6S/10S] A- ............................................................................ 9.00
1024.+TOSCANINI: Plays Light Classics - Carmen Suite; Moldau; Sorcerer's
       Apprentice; Dance of the Hours; William Tell Ov; Hungarian Dances (4);
       Danse Macabre; Blue Danube; Stars & Stripes Forever. NBC Sym. RCA
       VCS-7001(2). A- to A(exceptional copy; SD labels; 1S stampers) ............... 16.00
1025.*VICS-1009: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #6. Monteux/BSO. [from
       LSC-1901; TAS 75/76:175-6] [PL; 2S/2S] A- ............................................... 23.00
1026.*VICS-1016: SIBELIUS - Symphony #5; Karelia Suite. Gibson/LSO.
       [From LSC-2405: TAS 65:158L; 65:184] [PL; 1S/1S] A- ............................ 25.00
1027.*VICS-1054: DVORAK - Slavonic Dances (Op. 46 complete; Op.72, #1).
       Martinon/LSO. [from LSC-2419; TAS 81:120-2; very hot
       performances!] [PL; 2S/2S] A-....................................................................... 22.00
1028.*VICS-1068: TCHAIKOVSKY - Marche Slave; Marche Miniature.
       MOUSSORGSKY - Night on Bald Mountain. GLINKA - Russlan &
       Ludmilla Overture. KABALEVSKY - Colas Breugnon Overture.
       BORODIN - Prince Igor March. Reiner/CSO. [Originally released as
       LSC-2423; TAS 65:154L] [Pink; 7S/4S] A-(lovely copy; original jacket) ... 11.00
1029.*VICS-1069: SIBELIUS - Finlandia; Valse Triste; King Christian II Suite
       (Elegie & Musette); Pelleas et Melisande (Entr'acte). GRIEG: Wedding
       Day at Troldhaugen; Two Melodies; Two Elegiac Melodies.
       MacKerras/London Proms Orch. [Walker; Wilkinson; from LSC-
       2336; TAS 73:195] [PL; 4S/1S] A- ................................................................ 23.00
1030.*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/1S] A-(s/s) .................................. 27.00
1031.*VICS-1162 (BRITISH): DEBUSSY - Images for Orchestra (complete).
       Munch/BSO. [Mohr; Layton] [British Decca pressing; TAS re original
       issue on LSC-2282: 36:122; 90:140] A-......................................................... 29.00
1032.*VICS-1169: PROKOFIEV - Symphony #5. Martinon/PCO. [fr LSC-
       2272; TAS 98:125] [PL; 1S/1S] A- ................................................................ 23.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1033.*VICS-1174: POPULAR CLASSICS - Polovtsian Dances; Boccherini
       Minuet; Caprice Viennois; Strauss Pizzicato Polka; Debussy Reverie &
       Clair de Lune; Tchaikovsky Barcarolle & 2nd Movement of 5th Sym.
       Gould/His Orch. [VERY mixed reissue! Boccherini & Strauss from
       LSC-2317 (TAS 94:153; deleted 9/61 & scarce!); Borodin &
       Tchaikovsky 5th from LSC-2224 (very early issue; gone 4/61 and also
       scarce); Kreisler & Debussy from LSC-2542; Tchaikovsky Barcarolle
       from LSC-2232] [PL; 1S/1S] A-(only the second copy of this I've had) ....... 25.00
1034.*VICS-1184: SHOSTAKOVICH - Symphony #1; Age of Gold Suite.
       Martinon/LSO. [from LSC-2322; TAS 64:125] [PL; 2S/1S] A- ................. 20.00
1035.*VICS-1196: GILBERT & SULLIVAN Overtures - Mikado; Yeomen;
       Ruddigore; Iolanthe; H.M.S. Pinafore; Pirates. Alan Ward/Orch. [from
       LSC-2302; TAS 96:150-1] [PL; 1S/1S] A- .................................................... 17.00
1036.*VICS-1265: STRAUSS - Also Sprach Zarathustra. Reiner/CSO. [March
       8, 1954 recording, from first Reiner/CSO sessions; 1st stereo LP issue
       apart from the fabulously rare LSC-1806; this is very difficult to find in a
       1S/1S pressing which grades A-] [PL; 1S/1S] A-(original cover, w/photo
       of Reiner smiling[!]) ....................................................................................... 32.00
1037.*VICS-1322: RODRIGO - Fantasia para un Gentilhombre; Concierto de
       Aranjuez. de la Maza, guitar; Cristobal Halffter/Manuel de Falla
       Orch. [original release: no LM/LSC issue] [Pink; 5S/3S] A-.......................... 7.00
1038.*VICS-1412: PROKOFIEV - Romeo & Juliet Excerpts. Munch/BSO.
       [From mono-only LM-2110: this Victrola was its first stereo issue in any
       format; never in plum label] [Pink; 1S/2S] A- ............................................... 15.00

LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label
1039.*ANALOGUE PRODUCTIONS APC-002: CANTELOUBE - Songs of the
       Auvergne (12). Davrath; de la Roche/Orch. [Limited Edition, #3824]
       A- to A ............................................................................................................ 13.00
1040.*ARGO ZRG--602: A FLORENTINE FESTIVAL - Music Written for
       Ferdinand de Medici by Monteverdi, Marenzio, Festa, Tromboncino,
       Anon., Cara & da Nola. Morrow & Beckett/Musica Reservata. A- ............. 8.00
1041.*ARGO ZRG--634: HAYDN - Mass in Time of War. Cantelo; Watts; Tear;
       McDaniel; Guest/ASMF; St.John's College Cho. A-.................................. 10.00
1042.*ARGO ZRG--682: MALCOLM WILLIAMSON - Piano Quintet; Five
       Piano Preludes; From a Child's Garden. Cantelo, soprano; Gabrieli
       Quartet; Nash Ensemble; Composer, piano. A- ......................................... 13.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label                                          - continued
1043.*CANDIDE QCE-31103: STRAVINSKY - Petrouchka. PROKOFIEV -
       Love for Three Oranges Suite. Skrowaczewski/Mpls. [quad] [TAS
       16:511] A- ....................................................................................................... 13.00
1044.*CAPITOL SP-8545: RAVEL - Left-Hand Concerto. PROKOFIEV - Piano
       Concerto #3. Browning; Leinsdorf/PO. [TAS 153:69] A-(s/s) ................... 12.00
1045.*CAPITOL SP-8573: JONGEN Symphonie Concertante for Organ & Orch.
      Fox; Pretre/Paris Op Orch. A- ....................................................................... 9.00
1046.*COLUMBIA KS-6155: IVES - Symphony #2. Bernstein/NYP. [TAS
       44:158; 69:48; the original fold-open album with 6-page bound-in
       "photo-biography" entitled "The Ives Country;" first edition of a classic!]
       A-(very early "6-eyes" labels) ........................................................................ 25.00
1047.*COLUMBIA MS-6115: SHOSTAKOVICH - Symphony #5.
       Bernstein/NYP. [Recorded in Symphony Hall, Boston; TAS 36:123;
       69:44] A- ......................................................................................................... 12.00
1048.*COLUMBIA MS-6175: COPLAND - Billy the Kid; Rodeo.
       Bernstein/NYP. [TAS 69:44] A- ................................................................... 12.00
1049.*COLUMBIA MS-6414: NIELSEN - Symphony #5. Bernstein/NYP.
       [TAS 64:140-2] A-("2-eyes" labels) ............................................................... 10.00
1050.*COLUMBIA MS-6769: NIELSEN - Symphony #3. Bernstein/Royal
       Danish Orch. [First stereo recording; TAS 64:140-2] A-(early 2-eyes
       labels; s/s; missing booklet) .............................................................................. 6.00
1051.*CONNOISSEUR SOCIETY CS-2089(2): ELGAR - The Kingdom. Price;
       Young; Minton; Shirley-Quirk; Boult/LPO & Cho. [EMI recording;
       Bishop; Parker; TAS 65:154L] A-.................................................................. 13.00
1052.*DECCA SDD-490: BRUCKNER - String Quintet in F; Intermezzo in d for
       String Quintet. VPO Quintet. [Raeburn; Parry & Law; recorded at
       Sofiensaal, Vienna; 1974] A-- ........................................................................ 10.00
1053.*DECCA SET 338/40(3): BRITTEN - A Midsummer Night's Dream.
       Deller; Harwood; Pears; Hemsley; Veasey; Harper; Terry; Watts;
       Brannigan; Composer/LSO. [Culshaw, producer] A-................................... 22.00
1054.*DECCA SET 473/4(2): DELIBES - Coppelia. Bonynge/OSR. A- ................. 19.00
1055.*DECCA SXL-2313: HEROLD (arr. Lanchbery) - Excerpts from La Fille
       Mal Gardee. Lanchbery/ROHCG. [Minshull; Lilley; Kingsway Hall,
       1962; TAS 65:156L] (scr) .............................................................................. 20.00
1056.*DECCA SXL-6396: BEETHOVEN - Symphonies #5 & #8. Schmidt-
       Isserstedt/VPO. [nice cover portrait of S-I] A- ............................................. 12.00
1057.*EMI (AUSTRALIA) OASD-7596: CARL GOLDMARK - Queen of
       Sheba Ballet Music; Scherzo on A; In Italy & Sakuntala Overtures.
       Lanchbery/Sidney Sym. [Clapham; Smith; rec 1976] A-(cover scuffs) ...... 15.00
1058.*EMI ASD--541: SIBELIUS - En Saga; Swan of Tuonela; Karelia Suite;
       Finlandia. Sargent/VPO. A- .......................................................................... 13.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label                                                - continued
1059.*EMI ASD-2329: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Symphony #6; The Lark
       Ascending. Boult/NPO. [TAS re complete symphonies: 73:149L] A- .........                                                  16.00
1060.*EMI ASD-2370: ELGAR - Overture, "In the South." VAUGHAN
       WILLIAMS - Wasps Overture; Tallis Fantasia. Silvestri/Bournemouth
       Sym. A-...........................................................................................................        12.00
1061.*EMI ASD-2375: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Symphony #4; Norfolk
       Rhapsody #1. Boult/NPO. [TAS 73:149L] A-(s/s) .......................................                                     23.00
1062.*EMI ASD-2422: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Sancta Civitas; Benedicite.
       Harper; Partridge; Shirley-Quirk; Willcocks/LSO; Chos. [TAS 73:149L]
       A-(s/s) .............................................................................................................     15.00
1063.*EMI ASD-2486: SIBELIUS - Luonnotar (Gwyneth Jones); The
       Oceanides; Night Ride & Sunrise; En Saga. Dorati/LSO. [TAS 98:112L]
       A- ....................................................................................................................   19.00
1064.*EMI ASD-2502: ELGAR - Nursery Suite; Grania and Diarmid - Funeral
       March; Severn Suite. Groves/Royal Liverpool Philharmonic. A- to A......                                                   12.00
1065.*EMI ASD-2717: GLAZOUNOV - Symphony #8; Raymonda Excerpts.
       Svetlanov/Moscow Radio Orch (#8); Bolshoi Theatre Orch
       (Raymonda). A- to A ......................................................................................                11.00
1066.*EMI ASD-2822: ELGAR OVERTURES - Cockaigne; Froissart; In the
       South. Boult/LPO. [Bishop; Gooch] A- tgo A ..............................................                                 16.00
1067.*EMI ASD-2970: ELGAR - Falstaff; The Sanguine Fan Ballet. BACH-
       ELGAR - Fantasia & Fugue in c (trans. Elgar from Bach). Boult/LPO.
       [Bishop; Parker & Eltham; TAS 6:184; 65:154L] A- to A ............................                                        16.00
1068.*EMI ASD-3020: BLISS - Music for Strings. HERBERT HOWELLS -
       Concerto for String Orchestra. Boult/LPO. [Bishop; Parker] A- ..................                                          20.00
1069.*EMI ASD-3124: ELIZABETH SCHWARZKOPF - Songs I Love. Works
       of Schubert(5), Schumann(3) & Wolf(9). Parsons & Moore, pianists.
       [Legge; Matthes] A- to A ...............................................................................                  16.00
1070.*EMI ASD-3190: BRIDGE - The Sea; Summer; Enter Spring; Lament.
       Groves/Royal Liverpool Phil. [Willan; Kurlander; quad; TAS 9:90] A- ....                                                  24.00
1071.*EMI ASD-3358: NIELSEN - Hymnus Amoris; Sleep. Vocal Soloists (in
       Hymnus); Woldike/Danish Radio Orch & Cho (in both). [quad;
       Motley; Rasmussen & Drewsen] A-(s/s) ........................................................                             12.00
1072.*EMI CFP-40022: ELGAR - Enigma Variations; Introduction & Allegro
       for Strings. Boult/LPO. A- ............................................................................                   10.00
1073.*EMI ED 29 0818 1: ELGAR - Choral Songs (10). Boult/BBC Chorus.
       Also includes two-minute and twelve-minute reminiscences of Elgar by
       Boult, from 1940 and 1951. [DMM] A- to A .................................................                                16.00
1074.*EMI ESD-7021: HELY-HUTCHINSON - Carol Symphony. VAUGHAN
       WILLIAMS - Fantasia on Christmas Carols. Rose/Pro Arte Orch;
       Guildford Cathedral Cho. A- ......................................................................                        12.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label                                       - continued
1075.*EMI ESD-7028: SULLIVAN (arr. Mackerras) - Pineapple Poll, Ballet.
       Mackerras/RPO. [Andry; Dillnut; TAS 73:149L] A- .................................. 13.00
1076.*EMI HQS-1126: DELIUS - Florida Suite; Dance Rhapsody #2; Over the
       Hills and Far Away. Beecham/RPO. A- to A ............................................... 12.00
1077.*EMI HQS-1136: FRENCH "LOLLIPOPS." FAURE - Dolly Suite;
       Pavane. DELIBES - Le Roi s'Amuse Ballet Music. BERLIOZ - Menuet
       des Follets; Corsair Ov. SAINT-SAENS: Samson - Danse des Pretresses
       & Bacchanale. ORTF (Faure); RPO (rest); Beecham (all). A- to A ........... 12.00
1078.*EMI HQS-1231: DEBUSSY - String Quartet. RAVEL - String Quartet.
       Parrenin Quartet. A- to A ............................................................................ 13.00
1079.*EMI SLS--834(2): TCHAIKOVSKY - The Nutcracker. Previn/LSO.
       [Bishop; Parker] [TAS 73:149L] A- ............................................................... 27.00
1080.*EMI SLS-5091(2): DELIBES - Coppelia. Mari/Paris Opera Orch.
       [G.Casadesus; Vavasseur][quad] A-............................................................... 18.00
1081.*EMI SXLP-30057: COPENHAGEN POPS! Waltzes, Galops & Polkas by
       HANS CHRISTIAN LYMBYE. Friisholm/Copenhagen Symphony. A- .. 12.00
1082.*EMI SXLP-30236: WALTON - Belshazzar's Feast (Bell, baritone; PO
       Cho); Partita for Orchestra. Composer/PO. [Jellinek; Davidson] A- ............. 9.00
1083.*EMI SXLP-30253: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Scheherazade.
       Beecham/RPO. A- ......................................................................................... 15.00
1084.*EMI SXLP-30314: BERLIOZ - Harold in Italy. Menuhin; Davis/PO.
       [Olof; Boyling] A- ............................................................................................ 9.00
1085.*EMI/ANGEL CSD-3749: MINKIS/LANCHBERY - Don Quixote (music
       from the Nureyev film). Lanchbery/Elizabethan Trust Melbourne
       Orch. [Culverhouse] A- ................................................................................... 9.00
1086.*EMI/ODEON ASD-3176: IBERT - Symphonia Marine; Bacchanale;
       Louisville Concert; Mouvement Symphonique (Bostoniana).
       Fremaux/City of Birmingham Sym. [quad; TAS 9:95; 14:212] A- ............ 12.00
1087.*EMI/ODEON PASD--610: ELGAR - Symphony #2; Falstaff.
       Barbirolli/Halle Orchestra. [Long a favorite of mine in its Seraphim
       incarnation in the U.S., this import is very scarce here] A-(s/s) .................... 24.00
1088.*EPIC BC-1044: BACH - Brandenburg Concerti #4 - #6.
       Goldberg/Netherlands Ch Or. [radial labels] A-......................................... 10.00
1089.*EVEREST SDBR-3006: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Symphony
       Boult/LPO. [First recording of the work; VW passed away the night
       before the recording session. This is the original short-lived silver-label
       issue with heavy jacket and dowel-rod spine; like all of these, very scarce
       in this original form.] A-(s/s) .......................................................................... 24.00
1090.*HNH-4076: MARCHES by Rossini/Britten, Holst, Grainger, Walton
       (Hamlet), Howells, VW, Delius, Stanford, Parry, Coates. Boult/LPO
       (NPO in VW & Delius). [from Lyrita SRCS-71] A- ..................................... 12.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label                                          - continued
1091.*LAUREL LR-120: BLOCH - String Quartet #1. Pro Arte Quartet (Paulu;
       M & R Blum; Karp). [Herschel Gilbert, producer; Bernie Grundman,
       engineer] A- ...................................................................................................... 9.00
1092.*LAUREL LR-126: BLOCH - Quartet #2; Prelude; Night; Two Pieces. Pro
       Arte Quartet (Paulu; M & R Blum; Karp). [Gilbert; Grundman; analog
       recording, c.1984] A- ........................................................................................ 9.00
1093.*LINCOLN LNC-202: BRAHMS - Symphony #1. Rudolf
       Langer/Frankfurt Sym. [An oddity; apparently issued by Allied Radio
       at the very start of the stereo era, probably as some sort of promotion] A- ... 12.00
1094.*LYRITA SRCS--32: JOHN IRELAND - Legend for Piano & Orchestra
       (Parkin); Prelude, The Forgotten Rite; Symphonic Rhapsody Mai-Dun;
       Satyricon Overture. Boult/LPO. A- ............................................................... 11.00
1095.*LYRITA SRCS--39: ELGAR - Symphony #1. Boult/LPO. A- ...................... 16.00
1096.*LYRITA SRCS--44: HOLST - Ballet Music from The Golden Goose;
       Capriccio; Double Concerto for Two Violins (Hurwitz; Sillito); Two
       Songs Without Words. Imogen Holst/ECO. A-............................................ 15.00
1097.*LYRITA SRCS--56: HOLST - A Somerset Rhapsody; Hammersmith -
       Prelude & Scherzo; Beni Mora - Oriental Suite, Op.29, #1; Scherzo
       (1933-34). Boult/LPO. [scarce] A- ................................................................ 17.00
1098.*LYRITA SRCS--83: BAX - Symphony #7. Leppard/LPO. [TAS 11:381;
       37:171] A- ....................................................................................................... 13.00
1099.*LYRITA SRCS-107: ERIC COATES - Merrymakers Overture; Summer
       Days Suite; The Three Bears; In the Country & Evening in Town; Queen
       Elizabeth March. Boult/NPO. A-................................................................... 11.00
1100.*MHS 1452: HOLST - Ballet Music from The Golden Goose; Capriccio;
       Double Concerto for Two Violins (Hurwitz; Sillito); Two Songs
       Without Words. Imogen Holst/ECO. [from Lyrita SRCS-44] A- ................ 11.00
1101.*MHS 1652: BAX - Symphony #5. Fredman/LPO. [from Lyrita SRCS-58;
       TAS 60:126] A- ................................................................................................ 9.00
1102.*MHS 3574: ALWYN - Symphonies #4 & 5. Composer/LPO. [from
       Lyrita] A- ........................................................................................................ 10.00
1103.*MHS 3618: BAX - Symphony #7. Leppard/LPO. [from Lyrita SRCS-83;
       TAS 11:381; 37:171] A- ................................................................................... 8.00
1104.*PHILIPS 6768 223(2): DELIBES - Sylvia (complete). Fistoulari/LSO.
       [Silky French pressing of Mercury SR2-9006; TAS re original issue:
       38:143; French-only notes] A- to A ............................................................... 19.00
1105.*PHILIPS FH-10 (JAPANESE): STRAVINSKY - Le Sacre du Printemps.
       Haitink/LPO. ["Audio Clinic" series; Japanese-only notes; recorded
       Walthamstow, 1973] A- to A ........................................................................... 9.00
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1106.*PHILIPS FH-20 (JAPANESE): 8 SYMPHONIC MARCHES: BERLIOZ -
       Rakocsy. GOUNOD - Funeral March of a Marionette. DE LISLE - La
       Marseillaise, MEYERBEER - Coronation. CHABRIER - Marche
       Joyeuse. SAINT-SAENS - Marche Heroique & French Military.
       MENDELSSOHN - Wedding March. [TAS re nearly equivalent US issue
       on Mercury SR-90211: 34:177] A- to A(silky Japanese pressing) ................ 24.00
1107.*POLYDOR 829 663: VANGELIS - Opera Sauvage (soundtrack). [TAS
       73:152L] FS .................................................................................................... 20.00
1108.*QUINTESSENCE PMC-7048: TCHAIKOVSKY - Francesca da Rimini.
       BIZET - Symphony. Munch/RPO. [Gerhardt; Wilkinson] FS ....................... 8.00
1109.*TELARC 5020 DD-1: BERLIOZ - Roman Carnival Overture; Rakoczy
       March. BIZET - Farandole. TCHAIKOVSKY - Eugen Onegin Polonaise.
       FALLA - Final Dance, 3-Cornered Hat. Maazel/CO. [Direct-to-disc;
       TAS 10:246] A-(jacket scuffy) ....................................................................... 16.00
1110.*TELARC DG-10110: SCHUBERT - Symphony #9. Dohnanyi/CO.
       [Woods; Renner; dig; 1985] A- ........................................................................ 8.00
1111.*TURNABOUT TVS-34146: IVES - Holidays Symphony. Johanos/Dallas
       Symphony. [Mowrey; Hancock; Jones; recorded April 1967] A-................. 11.00
1112.*TURNABOUT TVS-34169: COPLAND - Billy the Kid; Rodeo (4 Dance
       Episodes); Fanfare for the Common Man. Johanos/Dallas Symphony.
       [Mowrey; Hancock; Jones; recorded in February & April, 1967; Billy in
       the same sessions as the famous Symphonic Dances disc] A- ....................... 16.00
1113.*VANGUARD VSD-2095: THOMSON - Suites from The Plough that
       Broke the Plains & The River. Stokowski/Sym of the Air. [TAS 12:514]
       A- .................................................................................................................... 20.00
1114.*VARESE SARABANDE VC-81091: PROKOFIEV - Symphonic Suite of
       Waltzes; Gypsy Fantasia. BALAKIREV - Overture on Russian Themes.
       Schwieger/Kansas City Philharmonic. [Frost; Zitz; from Urania USD-
       1030; see TAS 34:182-6; 69:130] A- ............................................................. 19.00
1115. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7007: LISZT - Hungarian Rhapsodies #3, #4 &
       #6. Scherchen/PSOL. [Missing the plastic sleeve & booklet; original
       jacket in fine shape] A-(exceptional pressing!) .............................................. 23.00
1116.*WESTMINSTER WST-14088: TCHAIKOVSKY - The Nutcracker
       (extended excerpts). Rodzinski/PSOL. [early labels] A-(occ slight nse,
       but very fine for this era) ................................................................................ 16.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire
1117.*ADAMS: (John): Harmonielehre. De Waart/San Francisco Sym. [dig]
       Nonesuch E1-79115. A- ................................................................................... 8.00
1118.*ALBENIZ: Concerto Fantastico (Zedda/Torino Sym). ARENSKY:
       Russian Piano Concerto (Waldhans/Brno Philharmonic). Blumental,
       piano in both. Auditorium AUD-101. A- ....................................................... 10.00
1119.*ALFVEN: Legend of the Skerries; Symphony #5 (first movement).
       Westerberg/Swedish Radio. Swedish Society Discofil SLT-33174. A-
       to A ................................................................................................................. 12.00
1120.*ARENSKY: Violin Concerto. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Concert Fantasy
       for Violin & Orchestra. WIENIAWSKI: Concert Polonaise for Violin &
       Orchestra. Rosand; de Froment/Luxembourg Radio Orch. [quad]
       Turn QTVS-34629. A-.................................................................................... 10.00
1121.*AURIC: Les Facheux. MILHAUD: Le Train Bleu. SATIE: Jack in the
       Box. Markevitch/Monte Carlo Opera Or. Varese Sara VC-81097. A- ..... 12.00
1122.*BACH: The Four Orchestral Suites. Pinnock/The English Concert
       (original instruments). Archiv 2723 072(2). A- to A ..................................... 13.00
1123.*BALAKIREV: Symphony #2. GLAZOUNOV: Cortege Solonelle.
       Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch. Col-Melodiya M-35155. A- ............ 9.00
1124.*BEETHOVEN: Symphonies (complete). Amara; Chookasian; Alexander;
       Macurdy; Mormon Tabernacle Choir (in 9th); Phila. [Includes nice
       booklet with terrific black & white portrait of Ormandy] Col D7S-745(7).
       A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ................................................................................ 45.00
1125.*BENNETT: (Richard Rodney) - Symphony #1. BAX: Overture to a
       Picaresque Comedy. BERKELEY: Divertimento in B-flat.
       Buketoff/RPO. RCA LSC-3005. A-- .............................................................. 9.00
1126.*BERNERS: A Portrait of Lord Berners: Songs & Piano Music. Bernard
       & Meriel Dickinson, tenor & mezzo; Peter Dickinson, Susan
       Bradshaw, Richard Rodney Bennett, pf. Unicorn UN1-75029. A-............ 12.00
1127.*BORODIN: Symphony #3; Petite Suite. Svetlanov/USSR Sym. Melodiya
       C10-28437 008. A- ........................................................................................... 9.00
1128.*BRUCH: Symphony #2. JULIUS REITZ: Concert Overture, Op.7.
       Mester/Louisvile Orch. British RCA GL-25017. A- to A(lovely Italian
       pressing) .......................................................................................................... 12.00
1129.*BUSH: (Alan; 1900-96): Variations, Nocturne & Finale on an Old English
       Sea-Song (Wilde, pf; Snashall/RPO). DELIUS: Double Concerto
       (Cohen, vln; Warburg, vc; Del Mar/RPO). Pye GSGC-14073. A- ............ 10.00
1130. CHAVEZ: Daughter of Colchis. Composer/Mexican National Sym.
       [recorded 1947] BERNSTEIN: Fancy Free. Composer/Ballet Theatre
       Orch. [recorded 1944: Bernstein's 1st studio recording as conductor;
       includes Billie Holiday singing Big Stuff, recorded later, probably not
       conducted by Bernstein] Varese Sarabande VC-81055. A- to A ................... 16.00
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1131.*CHAVEZ: Piano Concerto; 5 Preludes. Rodriguez; Mata/NPO. RCA
       ARL1-3341. A- ............................................................................................... 13.00
1132.*COPLAND: An Outdoor Overture; Lincoln Portrait (Charlton Heston,
       speaker); Our Town; Quiet City. Abravanel/Utah Sym. Vanguard VSD-
       2115. A-(s/s) ................................................................................................... 12.00
1133.*COPLAND: Appalachian Spring; Lincoln Portrait (Henry Fonda, narr);
       Fanfare for the Common Man. Composer/LSO. Col M-30649. A-................ 9.00
1134.*COPLAND: Clarinet Concerto (Goodman); Old American Songs, Sets 1
       & 2 (Warfield). Composer/Col Sym. [the Old American Songs are
       wonderful - fine songs, fine scoring, great performances by Warfield &
       Copland alike, flattering sound; a favorite of mine] Col MS-6497. A- ......... 12.00
1135.*COPLAND: Lincoln Portrait (Adlai Stevenson, narrator); Fanfare for the
       Common Man. IVES: Three Places in New England. Ormandy/Phila.
       Col MS-6684. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) .......................................................... 9.00
1136.*COPLAND: Three Latin American Sketches & El Salon Mexico (NPO);
       Dance Panels & Danzon Cubano (LSO). Composer conducts in all. Col
       M-33269. A- ................................................................................................... 10.00
1137. COUPERIN: L'Apotheose de Lully. MICHEL CORRETTE: Concerto for
       Three Flutes. Lavaillotte; Sagnier; Boo; Maurice Hewitt/His Ch Orch.
       Epic LC-3383. A- ........................................................................................... 10.00
1138.*D'INDY: Symphony #2. Plasson/Orch du Capitole de Toulouse. [nice
       fold-open album] La Voix de Son Maitre C 069-73100. A- to A(s/s) ........... 10.00
1139. DRAESEKE: (Felix; 1835-1913): Symphony #3 ("Symphonia Tragica").
       Desser/Berlin Sym. [originally on Urania, 1955-57] Varese Sarabande
       VC-81092. A- ................................................................................................. 16.00
1140.*DUKAS: Piano Sonata in e-flat. Francoise Thinat. Arion 30 A 122. A- to
       A...................................................................................................................... 10.00
1141.*DUKE: (Vernon): Sonata for Violin & Piano (Baker; Composer); Etude
       for Violin & Bassoon (Baker; Christlieb); Piano Sonata #2 & Parisian
       Suite (Ryshna, piano). Contemporary S-8007. A-......................................... 25.00
1142.*ELGAR: Crown of India Suite; Imperial March; Pomp & Circumstance
       Marches #1-#5. Barenboim/LPO. [quad] Col MQ-32936. A-(demo) .......... 13.00
1143. ELGAR: Falstaff. Composer/LSO. [10-inch; recorded 1931/32] EMI
       BLP-1090. A- ................................................................................................. 10.00
1144.*FAURE: Shylock (Senechal, tenor); Pavane; Madrigal; Caligula.
       Almeida/ORTF Ch Orch; Paris Opera Cho. Inedits 995 012. A- to A ..... 10.00
1145.*FIALA: (Josef): Divertimento. KROMMER-KRAMAR: Partita in B-flat.
       JOSEPH TRIEBENSEE: Partita in E-flat; Variations. Vajnar/Collegium
       Musicum Pragense. Supraphon 1111 2973. A- ............................................ 10.00
1146. FIBICH: Symphony #2 (Sejna/CPO). SMETANA: Bartered Bride
       Excerpts (Vogel/Prague Ntnl Theatre Orch). Heritage HCN-8019. A-........ 9.00
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1147.*FINZI: Clarinet Concerto (Collins); Farewell to Arms; Dies Natalis (Hill,
       tenor). Hickox/London Sinfonia. [dig] Virgin VC7-90718-1. A- .................. 8.00
1148.*GABRIELI: Antiphonal Brass Music. Thirteen pieces for two or three
       brass choirs, performed by members of the brass sections of the
       Philadelphia, Cleveland & Chicago Symphony Orchestras. Col MS-
       7209. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ...................................................................... 18.00
1149.*GADE & J. P. E. HARTMANN: A Folk Tale (complete ballet).
       Frandsen/Tivolis Symfoniorkester. Swedish EMI 165-39320/21(2). A-.... 11.00
1150. GILLIS: Tulsa - A Symphonic Portrait in Oil (Brown/Vienna
       Tonkunstler Orch; 1950). DANE RUDHYAR: Sinfonietta;
       GLANVILLE-HICKS: Three Gymnopedies (Perlea/Berlin Radio;
       1953). JOHN FREEMAN: String Quartet (Koeckert Quartet; 1954; 1st
       issue here). Varese Sarabande VC-81046. A- ................................................ 25.00
1151.*GINASTERA: Piano Sonata; 12 American Preludes. CHAVEZ: Piano
       Sonata #6. Adrian Ruiz. Genesis GS-1008. A- ............................................. 10.00
1152.*GLASS: "Dancepieces" - In the Upper Room; Glasspieces #1-#3.
       Riesman/Instrumental Ens. CBS FM-39539. A- to A(demo copy) ............ 10.00
1153.*GLAZOUNOV: Cortege Solonnel; Poeme Lyrique; Scenes du Ballet (8;
       Op.52). Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch. Mel-Angel SR-40225.
       A-(s/s) ............................................................................................................... 6.00
1154.*GLAZOUNOV: Finnish Fantasy; Wedding March; Pas de Caractere
       (Svetlanov & Gauk/Moscow Radio Orch). IPPOLITOV-IVANOV:
       Caucasian Sketches (Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Phil). Mel-Angel SR-
       40119. A-(s/s) ................................................................................................. 10.00
1155.*GLAZOUNOV: Lady, The Servant ("Watteau's Pastorale;" one-act ballet).
       Fayer/Bolshoi Theatre Orch. [Plus two additional numbers, apparently
       in electronic stereo, taken from 1952 recording by Orlov/Moscow Radio
       Orch] Melodiya 33CM-03591-92. A-(very minor cover damage) .................. 9.00
1156.*GLAZOUNOV: Piano Concerti #1 (Nasedkin; Zuraitis/Moscow Radio)
       & #2 (Alexeev; Nikolaevsky/Moscow Radio); Fantasia on Themes of
       Ryabinin for Piano & Orchestra (Timofeyeva; Zuraitis/Moscow Radio).
       EMI ASD-3505. A-(s/s).................................................................................... 9.00
1157.*GLAZOUNOV: Symphony #4 (Rachlin/Moscow Radio); Poeme
       Lyrique; Cortege Solinnel (Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio). EMI
       ASD-3238. A- ................................................................................................... 9.00
1158.*GLAZOUNOV: Symphony #7 (Fedoseyev/Moscow Radio Sym);
       Oriental Rhapsody (Dudarova/Moscow Sym). EMI/Odeon ASD-3504.
       A- ...................................................................................................................... 9.00
1159.*GLAZOUNOV: The Kremlin; Ballade, Op.78; Cortege Solonnel, Op.50.
       BORODIN/GLAZOUNOV: Prince Igor Overture.
       Freudenthal/Nuremberg Sym. Colosseum SM-590. A- ............................... 9.00
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1160. GLAZOUNOV: The Seasons (Composer conducts Orch; recorded 1929);
       Symphony #1 (Ivanov/Soviet State Orch). Pearl GEMM-195. A-
       (original sources not silent) .............................................................................. 9.00
1161.*GLAZOUNOV: Theme & Variations, Op.72; Piano Sonata #2; Idylle,
       Op.103. Elena Glazounov, piano (composer's daughter!). [German-only
       notes] Colosseum SM-615. A- ......................................................................... 9.00
1162.*GLINKA: Prince Kholmsky Suite; Three Dances from A Life for the Tsar;
       Summer Night in Madrid. Ceccato/Bamberg Sym. Arabesque 8072. A-
       (s/s) ................................................................................................................. 10.00
1163.*GOTTSCHALK: Symphony, "A Night in the Tropics;" Grand Tarantelle
       (Nibley, piano). GOULD: Latin-American Symphonette.
       Abravanel/Utah Sym. Van SRV-275SD. A- .................................................. 8.00
1164.*GRIEG: Symphony. Andersen/Bergen Sym. [World Premiere Recording;
       dig] London LDR-71037. A-(minor back cover scuffs) .................................. 9.00
1165.*HARRIS: Symphony #3. BERNSTEIN: Symphony #1. Tourel (in
       Bernstein); Bernstein/NYP. Col MS-6303. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) .......... 15.00
1166. HARRIS: Symphony 1933 (Koussevitzky/BSO); Symphony #7
       (Ormandy/Phila). Col ML-5095. A-("6-eyes" labels) .................................. 15.00
1167.*HAUBENSTOCK-RAMATI: (Roman; b.1919): Vermutungen uber ein
       Dunkles Haus; Tableau I (Bour/SWDR); "Credentials" or "think, think
       lucky" for Sprechstimme & Eight Instruments (Berberian;
       Rosbaud/SWDR Ens). Wergo WER-60049. A- to A ................................... 12.00
1168.*HAYDN: Piano Sonatas, Volume 1. McCabe. London STS-15343/45(3).
       A-(British pressing) ........................................................................................ 12.00
1169.*HAYDN: Piano Sonatas, Volume 2. McCabe. London STS-15349/51(3).
       A-(British pressing) ........................................................................................ 12.00
1170.*HAYDN: Piano Sonatas, Volume 3. McCabe. London STS-15352/54(3).
       A-(U.S. pressings) .......................................................................................... 12.00
1171.*HAYDN: Piano Sonatas, Volume 4. McCabe. London STS-15368/70(3).
       A-(odd blemish sd 6 does not sound; US pressing)........................................ 12.00
1172.*HAYDN: Piano Sonatas, Volume 5. McCabe. London STS-15428/31(3).
       A-(U.S. pressing) ............................................................................................ 12.00
1173.*HENSELT: Piano Concerto in f, Op.16 (Maga/Philharmonia
       Hungarica); Twelve Etudes Characteristiques (piano solo). Michael
       Ponti. Candide CE-31011. A- .......................................................................... 8.00
1174.*HINDEMITH: Ludus Tonalis. Carlson, pf. MHS 1291. A- ............................. 9.00
1175.*HOLDRIDGE: (Lee; b.1944): Scenes of Summer; Jonathan Livingston
       Seagull Suite; Andante; The Eagle and the Hawk; Ballet Fantasy; Grand
       Waltz for Strings; two more short arrangements. Composer/LSO; Los
       Angeles String Orch. Varese Sara VC-81081. A- ........................................ 10.00
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1176.*IVES: Piano Sonata #2 ("Concord"). Aloys Kontarsky, piano;
        Plumacher, viola; Schwegler, flute. Time S-8005. B+................................... 9.00
1177. IVES: Symphony #3 (first recording). BALES (arranger): Music of the
        American Revolution (suite for string orchestra on works of Philip Phile,
        Anonymous, Francis Hopkinson & Pierre Dupont). Bales/National
        Gallery Orchestra. [first recording of the Ives; scarce - issued late 1950
        or early 1951, deleted September 1955] WCFM LP-1. A-- ........................... 15.00
1178.*JANACEK: Sinfonietta; Taras Bulba. Neumann/CPO. [dig] Supraphon
        1110 3400. FS ................................................................................................... 8.00
1179.*JUAN DEL ENZINA: (1429-1569): Complete Works. Villancicos (38),
        Romances (4), Canciones(4), Vegadas(4), Dezir y Cantar(3).
        Tallante/Pro Musica Antiqua de Mardrid y Solistas. [Very detailed
        60-page booklet; text entirely in Spanish] Ministerio de Educacion y
        Ciencia M.E.C 1024/1027(4). A- ................................................................... 25.00
1180. KABALEVSKY: Piano Concerto #3 (Gilels). KHACHATURIAN: Piano
        Concerto (Oborin). Composers conduct USSR Radio Orch. West
        XWN-18356. A-- ............................................................................................ 10.00
1181.*KABALEVSKY: Symphony #2. MIASKOVSKY: Symphony #21.
        Measham/NPO. HNH 4054. A- .................................................................... 10.00
1182. KABALEVSKY: Symphony #4. Composer/Leningrad Phil. British MK
        DO-3728. A- ..................................................................................................... 9.00
1183.*KELEMEN: Etudes Contrapuntiques. CASTIGLIONI: Tropi.
        FELLEGARA: Serenata. YUN: Music for 7 Instruments.
        Travis/Hamburg Ch Soloists. Time S-8006. B++ ......................................... 9.00
1184.*KING HENRY VIII: Twenty Nine miscellaneous works for vocalists &
        chamber ensembles in various combinations. Soloists; Sothcott/St.
        George's Canzona. [album indicates that these are his complete works]
        MHS 1530. A-(s/s).......................................................................................... 12.00
1185.*KLAMI: (Uuno; 1900-61): Violin Concerto (Talvi); Sea Pictures.
        Bister/Kouvola City Orch. Finlandia FA-334. A-(c/c) .................................. 9.00
1186.*LAJTHA: (Laszlo): Sinfonietta for Strings (Tatrai/Hungarian Ch Orch);
        Quartet #10 (Tatrai Quartet). Hungaroton SLPX-12018. A-......................... 9.00
1187. LEKEU (1870-1894): Piano Quartet (Baker Quartet); 3rd Movement,
        Cello Sonata (Van den Berg; Duke); Poemes (3 Songs) (McCracken;
        Duke). Society for Forgotten Music M-1008. A- .......................................... 12.00
1188.*LIADOV: From the Apocalypse; From Days of Old; Baba Yaga;
        Enchanted Lake; Kikimora; 8 Russian Folk Songs; Musical Snuff Box.
        Svetlanov/USSR Sym. Mel-Angel SR-40159. A-........................................... 9.00
1189.*LIADOV: Piano Music - Fifteen short pieces. Anton Ginzberg, piano.
        Melodiya C10-29941 002. A- ........................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1190.*LISZT: Orchestral Works Vol. 2: Mazeppa; Hamlet; Hungaria; Heroide
       Funebre; Prometheus; Mephisto Waltzes #1 & #2; Faust Symphony
       (Koenig, tenor; Cho); Cortege Nocturne. Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus
       Orch. Electrola 1C157-43 120/23(4). A- to A ............................................... 19.00
1191.*LISZT: Tasso; Hungaria. Ferencsik/Hungarian State Orch. Hungaroton
       SLPX-11684. A- ............................................................................................... 9.00
1192.*LOVENSKIOLD: (Herman; 1815-70): La Sylphide (music for the
       Bournonville ballet). Garforth/Royal Danish Orch. [dig; DMM]
       Chandos ABRD-1200. A- to A....................................................................... 11.00
1193. LUMBYE: Copenhagen Tivoli Music (8 waltzes, galops, mazurkas, etc).
       Frisholm/Copenhagen Sym. Danish Odeon MOCK-1001. A- ...................... 9.00
1194.*MACDOWELL: Sonata Erioca; Woodland Sketches. Lythgoe, piano.
       Philips 9500 095. A- to A ............................................................................... 13.00
1195. MAHLER: Symphony # 1. Borsamsky/Berlin Radio Orch. Urania
       URLP-7080. A-............................................................................................... 13.00
1196.*MAHLER: Symphony # 3. Horne; Levine/CSO; Women of CSO Cho;
       Glen Ellyn Children's Cho. RCA ARL2-1757(2). A-(s/s) .......................... 15.00
1197.*MAHLER: Symphony # 5; Four Wunderhorn Songs (Minton).
       Solti/CSO. [CS-6703/04; Solti's first CSO recordings, along with #6 in
       same sessions, Spring 1970] London CSA-2228(2). A-(s/s) ......................... 16.00
1198.*MAHLER: Todtenfeier (later revised into 1st movement of 2nd
       symphony; 1st recording). BACH-MAHLER: Suite. Lopez-
       Cobos/Berlin Radio. [live, 1983; dig; DMM] Schwann VMS-1637. A-
       to A ................................................................................................................. 12.00
1199.*MAROS: (Rudolf; 1917-82): Eufonia #1-#3; Five Studies for Orchestra.
       Lehel/Hungarian Radio-TV Orch. Qualiton SLPX-11362. A- .................. 10.00
1200.*MARTINU: Cello Concerto #1 (Chuchro); Concerto for Violin & Piano
       (Grumlikov; Kolar). Kosler/CPO. Supraphon 1 10 1348. A- ..................... 12.00
1201.*MARTINU: Fantasia Concertante (Piano Concerto #5). FALLA: Nights in
       the Gardens of Spain. Margrit Weber; Kubelik/BVRS. [Little-known,
       absolutely lovely record] [tulip labels] DGG 139 116. A- to A ..................... 20.00
1202.*MARTINU: Spalicek (two suites from the ballet). Waldhans/Brno State
       Philharmonic. Supraphon 1 10 1129. A- ........................................................ 9.00
1203. MARTINU: Symphony #5. VIRGIL THOMSON - Flute Concerto (Fuge).
       Whitney/Louisville Orch. [blank jacket; with notes] Louisville LOU-
       663. A- .............................................................................................................. 9.00
1204. MARTINU: Toccata e Due Canzoni; Sinfonieta La Jolla. Prague Ch Orch
       (no conductor). Supraphon SUA-10135. A- ..................................................... 9.00
1205.*MASSENET: Scenes Hongroises; Scenes Alsaciennes. Vachey/Jeune
       Orchestre Symphonique de Douai de des Hauts-de France. [French-
       only notes] Calliope CAL-1868. A- ............................................................... 12.00
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1206.*MESSAGER: Isoline (ballet excerpts); Les Deux Pigeons (ballet
       excerpts). HAHN: Le Bal de Beatrice d'Este. Jacquillat/Paris Orch.
       [French-only notes] Pathe C-053-10017. A- .................................................... 9.00
1207.*MIASKOVSKY: Symphony #22. YEVGENY SVETLANOV: Festive
       Poem. Svetlanov/USSR Sym. EMI ASD-3062. A-(s/s) ................................ 12.00
1208. MILHAUD: Five Studies for Piano & Orchestra (Badura-Skoda);
       Serenade for Orchestra; Suite Maximilien; Three Rag-Caprices.
       Swoboda/Vienna Sym. West XWN-18717. A- ............................................ 21.00
1209. MILHAUD: Globetrotter Suite; The Joys of Life. Composer/LA Ch Ens.
       Varese Sara VC-81051. A- ............................................................................... 9.00
1210.*MILHAUD: Introduction & Marche Funebre (Composer/Paris
       Philharmonic); Le Chateau du Feu (Gouverne/ORTF Cho); Suite
       Provencale (Baudo/PCO). [French-only notes] Le Chant du Monde
       LDX-78325. A-............................................................................................... 13.00
1211. MILHAUD: Symphony #3 (with Brasseur Chorale); Two Piano Concerto
       (Marika/Joy). Composer/PCO (in both). West WST-17101. A- ................ 15.00
1212.*MINKUS-LANCHBERY: La Bayadere: The Kingdom of the Shades;
       Paquita: Pas de Dix. Lanchbery/Sydney Sym. [digital] [German
       pressing] A- to A .............................................................................................. 9.00
1213.*MOROI: Saburo; b.1903): Symphony #2. Yamaoka/Yomiuri Nippon
       Symphony Orchestra. Varese Sara VC-81062. A- ........................................ 9.00
1214.*MOSZKOWSKI: Piano Concerto in E-flat, Op.59. Bar-Illan;
       Antonini/BVRS. Audiofon 2006. A- ............................................................. 10.00
1215.*MOZART: Concerti for Bassoon (Garfield) and Flute (Kincaid).
       Ormandy/Phila. Col MS-6451. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; minor cover
       stain) ............................................................................................................... 12.00
1216. MOZART: Serenades #11 & #12 for Winds. VPO Wind Group. West
       WL-5021. B- ................................................................................................... 12.00
1217. MOZART: Sinfonia Concertante, K.364 (Barchet & Kirchner, soloists;
       Seegelken/Stuttgart Pro Musica); Sinfonia Concertante, K.297b
       (Fischer, Flackus, Gormer & Gehring, soloists; Reinhardt/Stuttgart Pro
       Musica). [scarce item for Barchet collectors] Vox PL-7320. B-
       (thoroughly listenable as a stopgap) ............................................................... 20.00
1218.*NIELSEN: Suite, Op.45; Chaconne; Three Pieces, Op.59. Koppel, pf.
       Danish Odeon MOAK-30005. A- .................................................................. 10.00
1219.*NIELSEN: Symphony #4. Markevitch/Royal Danish Orch. Turn TVS-
       34050. A- .......................................................................................................... 8.00
1220.*NIELSEN: Violin Concerto. Varga; Semkow/Royal Danish Orch. Turn
       TVS-34043. A- ............................................................................................... 10.00
1221.*PETTERSSON: Symphony # 8. Comissiona/Baltimore Sym. DGG 2531
       176. A- to A(c/c) ............................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1222. PFITZNER: Symphony #1 in c# (Schmidt-Isserstedt/German Opera
       House Orch); Das Katchen von Heilbronn Overture (Composer/VPO).
       [remarkably fine sound for recordings done around 1942-45, according to
       the notes, on early magnetic tape] Varese Sarabande VC-81094. A- to A .... 16.00
1223.*PIERNE: Overture on Basque Themes; Two Suites from Cydalise & le
       Chevre-Pied. Mari/Paris Opera Orch. [quad] Angel S-37281. A- .............. 10.00
1224. PISTON: Symphony #4. WILLIAM SCHUMAN: Symphony #6.
       Ormandy/Phila. [terrific disc!] Col CML-4992. A-(blank Columbia
       Special Products jacket) .................................................................................. 12.00
1225.*POULENC: Les Biches. SAUGUET: La Chatte. Markevitch/Monte
       Carlo Opera Orch (& Cho in Biches). Varese Sara VC-81096. A- ............... 9.00
1226.*PROKOFIEV: Fleur de Pierre (Stone Flower) Ballet.
       Rozhdestvensky/Bolshoi Theatre. [French-only notes] Le Chant du
       Monde LDX A-78438/40(3). A- .................................................................... 14.00
1227. PROKOFIEV: Symphony #2. Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch. MK
       1583. B+(clean copy of typical MK pressing) ................................................. 7.00
1228.*PROKOFIEV: Symphony #3; Suite from Le Pas d'Acier. Abravanel/Utah
       Sym. [first stereo recording of the 3rd?] Vanguard VSD-71122. A-(s/s) ...... 12.00
1229.*PROKOFIEV: Symphony #4. Ormandy/Phila. [first stereo recording]
       Col MS-6154. A-("2-eyes" labels) ................................................................. 16.00
1230. PROKOFIEV: The Ugly Duckling (Ogeas, soprano); Summer Day Suite;
       Overture on Hebrew Themes. Jouve/Orchestre du Theatre des
       Champs Elysees. London Ducretet - Thomson DTL-93084. A--(s/s) .......... 12.00
1231.*RACHMANINOFF: Aleko Suite; Caprice Bohemien. Svetlanov/USSR.
       Mel-Angel SR-40253. A-(s/s) ........................................................................ 10.00
1232.*RAFF: Suite in d for Piano Solo. Adrian Ruiz. Genesis GS-1009. A- ............. 8.00
1233. RESPIGHI: Concerto Gregoriano (Stiehler, violin; Borsamsky/Leipzig
       Radio Orch). DE BERIOT (1802-70): Scene de Ballet (Tasschke,
       violin; Kegel/Leipzig Phil). Varese Sara VC-81090. A-................................. 9.00
1234.*RESPIGHI: Toccata for Piano & Orchestra; Adagio with Variations for
       Cello & Piano; Three Preludes on Gregorian Chorales for Piano.
       Skavronsky, piano; Grigoryan, cello; Wehner/Leipzig Radio Orch.
       Melodiya C10-28788 001. A- ........................................................................... 9.00
1235.*RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Sadko; Overture on Russian Themes; Sinfonietta
       on Russian Themes. Maksim Shostakovich/Moscow Radio Orch. Mel-
       Eurodisc 200441-366. A- to A(s/s)................................................................. 12.00
1236.*RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Symphony #3. Svetlanov/USSR Sym. [Russian
       notes] Melodiya 20753001. A- ......................................................................... 9.00
1237.*ROSENBERG: Symphony #2 (Blomstedt/Stockholm Philarmonic).
       DAG WIREN: Symphony #4 (Ehrling/Swedish Radio Orch). Turn
       TVS-34436. A- ................................................................................................. 9.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1238.*ROUSSEL: Bacchus et Ariane (complete). Martinon/ORTF. MHS 1244.
       A- ...................................................................................................................... 8.00
1239.*RUBINSTEIN: (Anton): Works for Piano Four-Hands: Sonata in D;
       Nocturne in E; Marche in C. Kenneth Broadway; Ralph Markham.
       German RCA RL-30433. A- to A .................................................................. 10.00
1240.*RUBINSTEIN: Piano Concerto #5. Ruiz; Deaky/Nurenberg Sym.
       Genesis GS-1012. A- ........................................................................................ 7.00
1241.+SCHUBERT: Symphony "#7 in E" (reconstructed by Weingartner;
       Litschauer/VSOO); "Gastein" Symphony in C (Grand Duo, Op.140,
       orchestrated by Joachim; Prohaska/VSOO). [British Decca pressings]
       Vanguard VSD-71101/2(2). A- ...................................................................... 16.00
1242.*SCHUMANN: (Clara): Piano Concerto #1 (Schmidt-Gertenbach/Berlin
       Sym); Scherzi #1 & #2; Four Fugitive Pieces; Variations on a Theme of
       Robert Schumann. Ponti. Candide CE-31038. A- ........................................... 7.00
1243. SCHUMANN: Manfred (complete). Rylands; Balcon; de la Torre;
       Browne; Enders; Beecham/RPO; BBC Chorus. [1st complete recording
       of Byron's text & Schumann's music; scarce and much sought-after] Col
       M2L-245(2). A-("6-eyes" labels; very slight box dent) ................................. 38.00
1244.*SHANKAR: Garland of Ragas (Sitar Concerto #2). Shankar;
       Mehta/LPO. [dig] Ang DS-37935. A-(c/c) ................................................... 10.00
1245.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Bolt & Age of Gold Suites. Maksim
       Shostakovich/Bolshoi Theatre Orch; Zhukovsky Military Air
       Academy Band (Bolt). Mel-Angel SR-40062. A-........................................... 9.00
1246. SHOSTAKOVICH: Piano Concerto #1 & #2 (Cluytens/ORTF); Danses
       Fantastiques. Composer, piano. Sera 60161. A- ............................................. 6.00
1247.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 1 & #9. Haitink/LPO. [dig] London
       LDR-71017. A- to A(Dutch press) ................................................................... 6.00
1248.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 1; Age of Gold Suite. Martinon/LSO.
       London STS-15180. A- .................................................................................... 7.00
1249.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 8. Previn/LSO. Angel S-36980. A(brief
       ticks in finale; s/s) ............................................................................................. 9.00
1250.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony #10. Svetlanov/USSR Sym. Mel-Angel
       SR-40025. A-(s/s) ............................................................................................. 7.00
1251.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony #10. Karajan/BPO. [dig] DGG 2532 030.
       A- to A .............................................................................................................. 9.00
1252.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony #13. Krause; Ormandy/Phila; Men's
       Cho. RCA LSC-3162. A-(s/s) .......................................................................... 7.00
1253.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony #14. Miroshnivova, soprano; Vladimirov,
       bass; Barshai/Moscow Chamber Orch. Mel-Angel SR-40147. A-(s/s)........ 9.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1254. SIBELIUS: Symphony #4; The Bard; In Memoriam; Lemminkainen's
       Return. LPO. [Recorded 1937-8; A. C. Griffith transfers] World Record
       Club SH-133. A- ............................................................................................. 12.00
1255. SMETANA: Quartet in e, "From My Life." Orchestrated by Szell.
       Szell/CO. [10-inch; recorded April 26, 1949; obscure, unusual early Szell
       collector's item] Col ML-2095. A-(superb copy!) .......................................... 24.00
1256.*STAMITZ: Cello Concerto in A (Blees; Faerber/Wurttemberg Ch
       Orch). DUSIK: Piano Concerto in B-flat (Kyriakou; Bunte/Berlin
       Sym). Turn TVS-34362. A- ........................................................................... 10.00
1257.*STENHAMMAR: Piano Concerto #1. Mannheimer; Dutoit/Goteborg
       Sym. [notes in Swedish only] Sterling S-1004. A- to A ................................ 12.00
1258.*STRAUSS: (Johann, Jr.): Transcriptions of Waltzes by Schonberg
       (Emperor & Roses from the South), Berg (Wine, Women & Song) and
       Webern (Treasure). BSO Chamber Players. DGG 2530 977. A- to A .......... 9.00
1259.*STRAVINSKY: Orpheus (Composer/CSO); Apollo (Composer/Col
       Sym). [TAS 153:70; Stravinsky's only CSO recording - July 1964; he
       was quoted as calling Reiner's CSO "the most precise and flexible
       instrument in the world."] Col MS-6646. A--(early "2-eyes" labels)............... 9.00
1260.*STRAVINSKY: The Fairy's Kiss (complete). Composer/Col Sym. Col
       MS-6803. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) ........................................................... 9.00
1261. SURINACH: Symphony #2. TURINA: Rapsodia Sinfonica. Bianca, piano
       (in Turina); Wingrad/Hamburg Philharmonia. MGM E-3510. A--............. 9.00
1262.*SZYMANOWSKI: Mythes (Three Poems for Violin & Piano). EUGENE
       YSAYE: Au Rouet; Fantaisie, Stroubek, violin; Hala, piano. Supraphon
       SUAST-50580. A- .......................................................................................... 10.00
1263.*SZYMANOWSKI: Piano Sonata #1 & #2. Peter Schmalfuss. [German-
       only notes] Thorofon MTH-175. A- to A ....................................................... 10.00
1264.*SZYMANOWSKI: Piano Sonatas #1 & #3. Graham. MHS 3136. A- ............. 6.00
1265.*SZYMANOWSKI: Symphony #2, #3 & #4 (Symphonie Concertante);
       Concert Overture; Ballet Music from Mandragora & Harnasie. Paleczny,
       piano (in #4); Semkow; Wit; Kasprzyk, conductors; Polish Radio
       Orch. German EMI 1C165-43 210/12(3). FS ................................................ 19.00
1266.*SZYMANOWSKI: Symphony #2; Etude in b-flat; Roxana's Song from
       King Roger. Czyz/Lodz Philharmonic. Muza SXL-0981. A-(s/s) ............... 10.00
1267.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Sleeping Beauty (complete ballet).
       Rozhdestvensky/BBC Sym. Eurodisc 300-575-435(3). A- to A(c/c)........... 13.00
1268.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony "#7" (arr. Bogatyrev). Ormandy/Phila. Col
       MS-6349. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels) ....................................................... 20.00
1269.*TELEMANN: Suite in a (Gazzelloni, flute); Concerto in G (Ghedin,
       viola); Concerto a 7 in F. Ayo; Apostoli; Colandrea, violins; I Musici.
       Philips 9502 011. A- to A ................................................................................. 8.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1270.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Norfolk Rhapsody #1; In the Fen Country; Lark
       Ascending; Greensleeves Fantasia; Serenade to Music. Boult/Misc
       Orchs. Angel S-36902. A- ............................................................................. 10.00
1271.*VILLA LOBOS: Magdalena Suite; Modinha Preludio; Bachianas
       Brasileiras #5; Little Train of the Caipira; Prelude from Bachianas
       Brasileiros #4. Kostelanetz/Orch. Col M-32821. A- .................................... 10.00
1272.*VILLA-LOBOS: Forest of the Amazon. Sayao; Composer/Symphony of
       the Air & Cho. [Taken from music for the motion picture Green
       Mansions] United Art UAS-8007. A-(a few ticks from tiny scrs each
       side)................................................................................................................. 20.00
1273. VILLA-LOBOS: Piano Music (seven short pieces). Ellen Ballon. [10-
       inch] London LS-531. B-................................................................................ 10.00
1274.*VINCENT: Symphonic Poem After Descartes; Symphony in D.
       Ormandy/Phila. ["6-eyes"] Col MS-6179. B+(mostly A-; marks cause
       oc clix; minor cov dam) .................................................................................. 20.00
1275.*VIVALDI: Four Concerti for Festive Occasions (P.14, 165, 290 & 385).
       Tosi, violin; Scimone/I Solisti Veneti. Col MS-6821. A-(early "2-eyes"
       labels; c/c) ......................................................................................................... 9.00
1276. WAXMAN: (Franz): Sinfonietta for Strings & Timpani. LUKAS FOSS:
       Piano Concerto #2. Foss, piano; Waxman/Los Angeles Festival Orch.
       [from Decca DL-7889] Varese Sarabande VC-81052. A- to A ..................... 12.00
1277. WEBERN: The Complete Music (omitting his arrangements of other
       composers' works and his orchestration of his Op.5 Quartet). Robert
       Craft/Ens. [6-eye labels] Col K4L-232(4). B(most plays much better, but
       various flaws).................................................................................................. 13.00
1278.*WORDEN: (Wilfred; b.1915): Piano Sonata; Violin & Piano Sonata;
       Scherzo from Violin Concerto; two violin pieces; one piano piece.
       Composer, piano; Gillard, violin. Panosona SCU-100. A- .......................... 12.00

LP's: Chamber Music
1279.*BEETHOVEN: Octet in E Flat (Marcel Moyse/Marlboro Festival
       Octet). DVORAK: Wind Serenade, Op.44 (Louis Moyse/Marlboro
       Wind Ens). Col MS-6116. A-("2-eyes" labels; brief tks early in
       Beethoven) ...................................................................................................... 12.00
1280. BEETHOVEN: Piano Trio #7. Jambor, piano; Aitay, violin; Starker,
       cello. [VERY scarce Starker] Program Records EXLP-707. B+(moderate
       scratch 1/8 inch, movement #1) ...................................................................... 35.00
1281.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet # 5 & #6. Budapest Quartet. Col MS-6076. A-
       (early "2-eyes" labels; c/c) .............................................................................. 10.00
LP's: Chamber Music - continued
1282.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet #12. Fine Arts Quar. Concert Disc CS-233. A- ...... 10.00
1283. BEETHOVEN: Trio #4 & 6. Istomin; Schneider; Casals. [Perpignan
       Festival, 1951] Col ML-4571. A-("6-eyes" labels) .......................................... 9.00
1284.*BERG: String Quartet; Lyric Suite. Galimir Quartet. [dig] Vanguard
       VA-25017. A- to A(c/c) .................................................................................... 9.00
1285.*BERWALD: Piano Quintets #1 & #2 (Riefling; Benthien Quartet);
       Septet (Camerata de Lucerne); Quartets #1 - #3 (Benthien Quartet).
       Accord ACC-150 008(3). A- .......................................................................... 14.00
1286.*BERWALD: Quartet #1 & #2. Benthien Quartet. [German Teldec
       pressing; Swedish-only notes] Telestar TRS-11040. A- ................................ 13.00
1287.*BLOCH: Three Nocturnes. IVES: Trio (1904). COPLAND: Vitebsk.
       Nieuw Amsterdam Trio. Decca DL-710126. A-.......................................... 15.00
1288. BOCCHERINI: Guitar Quintet in D. HAYDN: Quartet for Guitar, Violin,
       Viola & Cello. Scheit; Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet. Vanguard VRS-
       1044. A- .......................................................................................................... 19.00
1289.*BRAHMS: Liebeslieder Waltzes (Valente, Kleinman, Connor, Singher;
       Serkin & Fleisher). SCHUBERT: Shepherd on the Rock (Valente,
       soprano; Wright, clarinet; Serkin). Col MS-6236. A--("6-eyes" labels) ...... 12.00
1290.*BRAHMS: Piano Quartet, Op.60. Molieri, viola; Macalester Trio.
       Ampria ZMT-1001. A- ................................................................................... 10.00
1291.*BRAHMS: Piano Quintet, Op.34. Pollini; Quartetto Italiano. DGG 2531
       197. A- to A .................................................................................................... 10.00
1292.*BRAHMS: Piano Trios, Op.8, Op.87 & Op.101; Horn Trio (Tylsar). Suk;
       Chuchro; Panenka. Supraphon 1111-2251/2(2). A- .................................... 13.00
1293. BRAHMS: Quartet #1. Vegh Quartet. London LL-588. B-(mostly A-, but
       a few loud scratches) ...................................................................................... 10.00
1294. BRAHMS: String Sextet #1 & #2. Menuhin; Masters; Aronowitz;
       Wallfisch; Gendron; Simpson. [Italian-only notes] Italian EMI
       1017303. A- to A ............................................................................................ 18.00
1295.*BRUCKNER: String Quintet in F. Amadeus Quartet; Aronowitz, 2nd
       viola. [tulip labels] DGG 138 963. A- to A ...................................................... 9.00
1296. CHAUSSON: Piano Quartet in A. Op.30. Andre Previn, piano; Roth
       Quartet Members. [obscure disc!] Society for Forgotten Music SFM-
       1003. A- .......................................................................................................... 16.00
1297.*COUPERIN: (Francois): Les Nations (complete). Quadro Amsterdam:
       Frans Bruggen; Jaap Schroder; Anner Bylsma; Gustav & Marie
       Leonhardt; Frans Vester. Telefunken 6.48009(2). A- to A ............................ 13.00
1298.*COUPERIN: (Francois): Les Nations (complete). Quadro Amsterdam:
       Frans Bruggen; Jaap Schroder; Anner Bylsma; Gustav & Marie
       Leonhardt; Frans Vester. Telefunken TK-11550/1-2(2). A- to A .................. 13.00
LP's: Chamber Music - continued
1299.*DEBUSSY: Sonatas for Violin & Piano; Cello & Piano; Flute, Viola &
       Harp; Syrinx for Solo Flute. BSO Ch Players: Silverstein; Eskin;
       Dwyer; Fine; Hobson; Tilson Thomas, pf. DGG 2530 049. A- to A ............. 12.00
1300. DVORAK: Piano Quintet, Op.81. Curzon; Budapest Quartet. Col ML-
       4825. A--(earliest blue labels) ........................................................................ 12.00
1301.*DVORAK: Quartet # 8 in E, Op.80 (here called Op.27); Waltzes, Op.54:
       #1 & #4. Dvorak Quartet. Crossroads 22 16 0090. A-................................... 9.00
1302.*DVORAK: Quartet #10; Bagatelles for Two Violins, Cello & Harmonium.
       Vlach Quartet; Kampelsheimer, harmonium. Artia ALPS-706. FS ........... 11.00
1303.*DVORAK: Quartet #13. Prague Quartet. DGG 2530 480. A- to A ................ 8.00
1304. DVORAK: String Quintet, Op.18. Posta, bass; Dvorak Quartet.
       Supraphon SUA-10186. A-- ........................................................................... 10.00
1305.*FAURE: Sonatas #1 & 2 for Cello & Piano; Elegie. Tortelier; Hubeau.
       MHS 833. A- .................................................................................................... 9.00
1306. FLONZALEY QUARTET: SCHUMANN: Piano Quintet, Op.44
       (Gabrilowitsch). BRAHMS: Piano Quintet Op.34 (Bauer). HAYDN:
       Lark Quartet. [rec 1925 - 1928] RCA VCM-7103(2). A- .............................. 16.00
1307.*FLUTE QUARTETS: By Crusell, Devienne & Krommer. Beier;
       Copenhagen String Trio. [DMM] Danacord DACO-204. A- to A ............... 8.00
1308. FRANCK: Quartet. Parrenin Quartet. West XWN-18136. B(mostly A-,
       but a few scrs) ................................................................................................... 9.00
1309.*HAYDN: Piano Trios, H.XV: #13, 16 & #17. Beaux Arts Trio. [Vol 7]
       Philips 9500 035. A- to A ................................................................................. 6.00
1310.*HAYDN: Piano Trios, H.XV: #20, #24 & #32. Beaux Arts Trio. [Vol 5]
       Philips 6500 522. A- to A ................................................................................. 6.00
1311.*HAYDN: Piano Trios, H.XV: #21, #23 & #28. Beaux Arts Trio. [Vol 3]
       Philips 6500 401. A- to A ................................................................................. 6.00
1312.*HAYDN: Piano Trios, H.XV: #25-#27. Beaux Arts Trio. [Vol 1] Philips
       6500 023. A- to A ............................................................................................. 6.00
1313.*HAYDN: Piano Trios, H.XV: #29 - #31. Beaux Arts Trio. [Vol 2] Philips
       6500 400. A- to A ............................................................................................. 6.00
1314.*HAYDN: Piano Trios, H.XV: #34, #35, #38 & #40. Beaux Arts Trio.
       [Vol 12] Phil 9500 473. A- to A ....................................................................... 6.00
1315.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op.54, #1 - #3. Juilliard Quartet. Epic BC-1331. A- ...... 9.00
1316.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op.71 & Op.74. Aeolian Quartet. [Vol 1] London
       STS-15325/7(3). A-(British press) ................................................................. 13.00
1317.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op.76: #1 - #6. Tatrai Quartet. Qualiton SLPX-
       1205/07(3). A- ................................................................................................ 13.00
1318.*HINDEMITH: Concert Music for Piano, Brass & Harp. MILHAUD:
       Symphony #5 for 10 Winds. STRAVINSKY: Octet for Winds.
       Pesek/Prague Chamber Harmony. Supraphon SUAST-50475. A- .............. 9.00
LP's: Chamber Music - continued
1319.*KOECHLIN: Sonata for Violin & Piano; Sonata for Cello & Piano.
       Alberti, vln; Bary, vc; Roux, pf. Cybelia CY-663. A- ................................. 12.00
1320. MARCELLO: Six Sonatas for Viola da Gamba & Harpsichord. Scholz;
       Sartori. Epic LC-3260. A- ............................................................................. 10.00
1321.*MENDELSSOHN: Trio, Op.49. FAURE: Trio, Op.120. Previn; Roth;
       Schuster. [Very scarce disc: only in print August 1963 - June 1965] Col
       MS-6463. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ............................................................... 25.00
1322. MILHAUD: Quartet (1912). TURINA: La de Torero. WQXR Quartet:
       Glickman; Fiorato; Braustein; Shapiro. Polymusic PRLP-1004. B-(minor
       cover stains) .................................................................................................... 12.00
1323. MOZART: Clarinet Quintet, K.581. De Bavier; New Italian Quartet.
       [Scarce 1952 disc uses an unfamiliar name for group later well-known as
       Quartetto Italiano] London LL-573. B(mostly A-, but some flaws) .............. 16.00
1324. MOZART: Piano Quartets #1 & 2. Curzon; Amadeus Quartet members.
       London CM-9061. A- ..................................................................................... 13.00
1325. MOZART: Quartet #22 & #23. Budapest Quartet. Col ML-5008. A-("6-
       eyes" labels) ...................................................................................................... 7.00
1326.*PETER: (John Frederick; 1746-1813): Six String Quintets. Fine Arts
       Quartet; Clem, viola. ["Music of the Moravians in America"] Decca
       DXSA-7197(2). FS ......................................................................................... 16.00
1327.*PFITZNER: Trio in F, Op.8. MHS 3860. A-(Rouvier-Kantorow-Muller
       Trio) ............................................................................................................... 10.00
1328. POULENC: Sextet for Piano & Winds; Trio for Piano Oboe & Bassoon;
       Sonata for Clarinet & Bassoon. Fairfield Ch Group (inc. Sharrow,
       bassoon; Rosen, piano). REB Editions 7. B- .................................................. 19.00
      QUARTETTO ITALIANO: See #789, 790, 811, 826, 1291 & 1323.
1329.*REGER: Music for Clarinet & Piano: Sonata #3; Albumblatt; Tarantella.
       Brunner; Oppitz. Tudor 73041. A- to A ...................................................... 10.00
1330. RESPIGHI: "Il Tramonto" - Poem for Quartet & Voice (Sena Jurinac);
       String Quartet in D (Quartetto Dorico). Barylli Quartet (in both).
       [deluxe issue in fold-open album; #544 of numbered limited edition]
       Westminster High Fidelity Limited Edition Series WLE-101. A-(superb
       copy of a scarce Barylli item) ......................................................................... 50.00
1331.*ROUSSEL: Serenade; Impromptu for Harp; Flute Trio. Quintette Marie-
       Claire Jamet. Harmonia Mundi HMA-55735. A- to A ................................ 10.00
1332.*SCHUBERT: Piano Quintet in A ("Trout"). H.Menuhin, piano; Amadeus
       Quartet Members. Angel S-35777. A-(earliest U.S. red labels) .................. 12.00
1333.*SCHUBERT: Quartet #15. Guarneri Quar. RCA ARL1-3003. A-(c/c) ........ 10.00
1334.*SCHUBERT: The Piano Trios - Op.99 & 100. Rubinstein; Szeryng;
       Fournier. RCA ARL2-0731(2). A- ............................................................... 16.00
LP's: Chamber Music - continued
1335. SCHUMANN: Piano Quintet, Op.44. DVORAK: Piano Quintet, Op.81.
       Schnabel; Pro Arte Quartet. [recorded 1934] [DMM] French EMI
       2909651. A- to A ............................................................................................ 12.00
1336.*SCHUMANN: Works for Oboe & Piano: 3 Romances; Abendlied;
       Fantasiestucke; Adagio & Allegro; 5 Pieces in Popular Style. Holliger;
       Brendel. Philips 9500 740. A- to A ................................................................. 6.00
1337.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Quartet # 9 & #10. Fitzwilliam Quartet. Oiseau-
       Lyre DSLO-31. A- to A(Dutch pressing; minor jacket tape repair)................. 7.00
1338.*SMETANA: Piano Trio in g. CHOPIN: Piano Trio in g. Beaux Arts Trio.
       Philips 6500 133. A- to A ................................................................................. 9.00
1339.*STRAUSS: Sonatina #1 for Winds; Suite for Winds, Op.4. De
       Waart/Netherlands Wind Ens. Philips 6500 297. A- to A ............................ 9.00
1340. SUK: Quartet #1 (with revised, unpublished finale). SMETANA: Quartet
       #1. Bohemian Quartet. [recorded 1928] Parnassus 1001. A-....................... 15.00
1341.*SZYMANOWSKI: Quartets #1 & #2. Varsovia Quartet. Pavane ADW-
       7118. A- to A .................................................................................................. 10.00
1342.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Piano Trio, Op.50. Oliveira, violin; Pletnev, piano;
       Rosen, cello. CBS M-35855. A- .................................................................... 10.00
1343.*TELEMANN: Paris Quartets #1, #4 & #6. Quadro Amsterdam
       (Bruggen, flute; Schroder, violin; Bylsma, cello; Leonhardt,
       harpsichord. Telefunken SAWT-9448-A. A- ................................................... 9.00
1344. TELEMANN: Trio Sonatas (5). Angerer; Vienna Baroque Trio. MHS
       1485. ................................................................................................................. 7.00
1345. VAGN HOLMBOE: Quartet #3. NIELSEN: Quartet #4. Koppel Quartet.
       London LL-1119. A-(lovely!) ........................................................................ 15.00
1346.*VILLA-LOBOS: Quartet #17. ALBERTO NEPOMUCENO: Quartet #3
       ("Brasileiro"). Brazilian String Quartet. Odyssey 32 16 0176. A- ............... 9.00

Listings of Collections follows on next page 
LP's: Collections
1347.*ANTHOLOGY OF ORCHESTRAL MUSIC: FROM ZARZUELAS:
       Twenty-six Preludes, Intermezzi & Dances from Zarzuelas by Chapi(4),
       Gimenix(8), Breton, Chueca(3), Luna(4), Torroba, Vives(2), Guridi, Vert
       & Caballero. Enrique Garcia Asensio/ECO. [Spanish-only notes
       booklet] Zambra ZD-001/003(3). A- to A ......................................................                          25.00
1348. BERLIN PHILHARMONIC: 100th Anniversary - Early Recordings.
       NIKISCH - Beethoven 5th (1913); Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody #1
       (1920); Roman Carnival Overture (1920). LEO BLECH - Siegfried Idyll
       (1922). WALTER - Coriolan & Hebrides Overtures (1924).
       KNAPPERTSBUSCH - Meistersinger Preludes to Acts 1 & 3, Dance of
       Apprentices; Ride of Valkyries; Parsifal Transformation Music;
       Tannhauser Venusberg Music (1928). ERICH KLEIBER - 6 German
       Dances & Idomeneo Overture; Midsummer Night's Dream Scherzo &
       Wedding March (1927/28). FRIED - Danse Macabre; Firebird Suite
       (1928). PFITZNER - Beethoven 8th. RICHARD STRAUSS -
       Euryanthe & Iphigenie en Aulide Overtures; Salome's Dance (1928).
       DGG 2740 259(5). A- to A .............................................................................                 50.00
1349.*CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA: Maazel & Cleveland - The First Five
       Years. Radio marathon fund-raising disc from 1978; Maazel conducts
       items from live concerts, 1972-77: Haydn Cello Concerto in C
       (movement #1; Rostropovich); Brahms Piano Concerto #2 (4th
       movement; Serkin); Verdi Requiem - Sanctus; Dvorak 8th (3rd
       movement); Siegfried's Funeral Music; Don Giovanni Overture. Telarc
       CO-M-IX. A- ..................................................................................................         19.00
1350. COMPOSERS' INTERPRETATIONS: HAHN - Piano Concerto
       (Tagliafero; Composer/Orch; 1937). MILHAUD - Scaramouche
       (Milhaud; Meyer, pianos; 1938). LAMBERT - The Rio Grande (Harty,
       piano; Composer/Halle Orch; 1930). FRANCAIX - Piano Concerto
       (Composer; Boulanger/Paris Philharmonic; 1937). World Record
       Club SH-227. A-(1/2-inch scr, moderate to loud, Rio Grande) .....................                                      20.00
1351.*FAMOUS OVERTURES: Impresario; Semiramide; Barber of Baghdad
       (Gregor/CPO); Euryanthe; Vespri Siciliani; The Secret (Vasata/CPO).
       Supraphon SUAST-50590. A- ........................................................................                     12.00
1352.*FOOTLIFTERS: A Century of American Marches. Works of Fillmore,
       Sousa(6), Reeves, Ives(2), Huffine, Joplin, Alford & Evans.
       Schuller/Incredible Columbia All-Star Band. Col XM-33513. A-(c/c;
       demo) ..............................................................................................................   10.00
1353. MUSIC OF MEXICO: CHAVEZ - Sinfonia India; Corrido de "El Sol;"
       Obertura Republicana. MONCAYO - Huapango. Carlos
       Chavez/Symphony Orchestra of Mexico. Decca DL-9527. A-- .................                                              21.00
LP's: Collections - continued
1354. SHEEP MAY SAFELY GRAZE: Baroque Arias with Recorders plus
       "Divers Consorte Musicke." Works of Bach(2), Corelli, Pepusch,
       Gervaise, Byrd, Gerhardt, Tomkins & Davenport. Schonbrun, soprano;
       Davenport/Manhattan Recorder Consort. Classic Edit CE-1049. A- .......                                          10.00
1355.*SWITCHED ON BACH: Brandenburg Concerto #3; 2-Part Inventions;
       Preludes & Fugues #2 & 7; Jesu; Wachet Auf; Air; Sinfonia to Cantata
       #29. Walter Carlos, Moog Synthesizer. [the quad issue of a classic!] Col
       MQ-31018. A- ................................................................................................   14.00
1356.*SWITCHED ON BACH: Brandenburg Concerto #3; 2-Part Inventions;
       Preludes & Fugues #2 & 7; Jesu; Wachet Auf; Air; Sinfonia to Cantata
       #29. Walter Carlos, Moog Synthesizer. [Classic, of course!] Col MS-
       7194. A-(early "2-eyes" labels;) .....................................................................          10.00
1357.*THE BEST OF BLOSSOM: Heralding the 10th Season of the Blossom
       Music Center (Summer 1977). Live concert performances by the
       Cleveland Orchestra from their summer home. Conductors: SZELL:
       Freischutz Overture(1969); Im Abendrot from Four Last
       Songs(Schwarzkopf; 1968). STEINBERG: End of Act I, Scene 3 of Die
       Walkure (Jung; Vickers; 1968). DORATI: Bartered Bride
       Overture(1974). SKROWACZEWSKI: Medea's Meditation & Dance of
       Vengeance(1973). BOULEZ: March to the Scaffold(1971). BAMERT:
       Schubert Overture in the Italian Style(1975). LANE: Mozart 26th(1970).
       ANCERL: Beethoven 7th Finale(1972). MAAZEL: Overture & Finale of
       Act II from Fidelio (Ross; Cassilly; Hendricks; Estes; Cho; 1976).
       [Fund-raising issue for Cleveland Orchestra's 1977 radio marathon]
       Telarc TSP-4008(2). A- ..................................................................................       34.00
1358.*TIVOLI MUSIC: Works of Lumbye & Svendsen played by Jensen/Tivoli
       Concert Orch, and Radio Orchsconducted by Grondahl, Hammelboe
       & Malko. [electronic stereo??] EMI Odeon BOKS-26. A- to A ...................                                   12.00

LP's: Violinists
1359.*ACCARDO: Bruch - Serenade for Violin & Orchestra; In Memoriam.
       Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus. Philips 9500 590. A- to A ............................ 10.00
1360.*ACCARDO: Paganini - Concerto #6 (opus posth). Dutoit/LPO. [1st
       recording] DGG 2530 467. A- .......................................................................... 9.00
1361.*ACCARDO: Paganini - Variations on Carnival of Venice & Mose;
       Larghetto con Passione; Moto Perpetuo; Andante Amoroso; Sonata per la
       Gran Viola. Tamponi/Ch Orch of Europe. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-
       38127. A- to A(c/c) ........................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
1362. AUCLAIR: Bruch - Concerto; Kol Nidrei. Loibner/Austrian Sym.
       Remington R-199-127. B-(a few spots with cluster scratches are C) ............ 40.00
1363. AUCLAIR: Kreisler Favorites (6). Schulhof, piano. GASPAR CASSADO
       (cello): Encores for the Cello (works of Mendelssohn, Chopin, Popper,
       Rubinstein, Tchaikovsky & J.Strauss- Cassado ("Improvisations on The
       Blue Danube.") Remington R-199-128. C to B(varies!) ................................ 45.00
1364. AUCLAIR: Tchaikovsky Concerto. Woss/Austrian Symphony. [exciting
       performance!] Remington RLP-199-20. B to B+(exceptionally quiet
       pressing for a Remington) .............................................................................. 65.00
1365.*BRESS: Spohr Concerti #8 & #9. Beck/Sym Orch. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-
       278. A- .............................................................................................................. 9.00
1366.*BROWN: Telemann - Five Violin Concerti. Brown/ASMF. [dig] Philips
       411 125. A- to A ............................................................................................... 9.00
1367. ELMAN: Franck Sonata. Faure - Sonata #1. Seiger, piano. London LL-
       1628. B-(very listenable, but misc flaws and mod tks) ................................ 100.00
1368. ELMAN: Korngold - Suite from "Much Ado About Nothing." Werner
       Josten - Sonatina. Bloch - Nigun (Improvisation from "Baal Shem.")
       Seiger, pf. London LL-1467. A- to B+(mostly A-; few minor flaws) ........... 50.00
1369. FLISSLER: Porter Sonata #2. Prokofiev Sonata #1. Wingreen, piano. MK
       1571. B .............................................................................................................. 8.00
1370.*FODOR: Showpieces by Wieniawski(2), Ysaye, Tchaikovsky(2), Paganini
       & Prokofiev. Feldman, piano. RCA ARL1-0735. A- ..................................... 9.00
1371. FOURNIER: (Jean): Beethoven Sonatas #1, #2 & #3. Doyen, piano. West
       XWN-18418. A- ............................................................................................. 19.00
1372. FOURNIER: (Jean): Beethoven Sonatas #6 & #7. Doyen, piano. West
       XWN-18420. A- ............................................................................................. 19.00
1373. FUCHS: Tchaikovsky Favorites - Autumn Song, Song Without Words,
       Swan Lake, Serenade Melancholique, Melodie. Camarata/His Orch.
       [10-inch] Decca DL-4082. A--(exceptional copy for this scarce issue) ......... 45.00
1374.*GIMPEL: Wieniawski - Polonaise; Legend; Obertas #2 (Rezler/Warsaw
       Phil). WILKOMIRSKA: Wieniawski - Concerto #2 (Rowicki/Warsaw
       Phil). Muza SX-2425. A- ............................................................................... 10.00
1375. GRUMIAUX: Beethoven Sonatas #1, #4 & #5. Haskil, piano. Epic LC-
       3400. A- to B+ .................................................................................................. 9.00
1376. GRUMIAUX: Beethoven Sonatas #2, #3 & #8. Haskil, piano. Epic LC-
       3488. A- .......................................................................................................... 12.00
1377.*HAENDEL: Glazounov Concerto. Wieniawski Concerto #2.
       Smetacek/Prague Sym. Supraphon SUAST-50687. A- ............................... 20.00
1378. HEIFETZ: Short works of Gluck, Rimsky, Godowsky, Dvorak, Brahms,
       Ravel, Prokofiev, Shostakovich(2), Debussy(3), Burleigh(2), White,
       Crowther & Traditional. Bay, piano. [scarce!] Decca DL-9780. B- .............. 24.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
1379.*HEIFETZ: In Concert - October 23, 1972. Franck - Sonata in A. Strauss -
        Sonata in E-flat. Ravel - Tzigane. Bloch - Nigun. Short works of Bach,
        Debussy, Rachmaninoff, Falla, Kreisler & Castelnuovo-Tedesco. Smith,
        piano. [Live; Los Angeles] Col M2-33444(2). A-.......................................... 20.00
1380. KREISLER: Mendelssohn Concerto (Blech/BSOO; recorded 1926); Bruch
        Concerto #1 (Goossens/Royal Albert Hall Orch; recorded 1924/25).
        Pearl GEMM-276. A- ..................................................................................... 14.00
1381.*MALAN: (Roy): Violin Sonatas by Efrem Zimbalist Sr. & Jr. Thompson;
        Sutherland, pianists. Genesis GS-1070. A-................................................... 10.00
1382.*MENUHIN: Bach - Double Concerto (Ferras; Menuhin also conducts
        Festival Ch Orch); Concerti in a and E (Menuhin/Robert Masters Ch
        Orch). Cap SG-7210. A-(s/s) ......................................................................... 12.00
1383.*MENUHIN: Mozart Concerto #4 & #6 (K.271a). Menuhin/Bath Festival
        Orch. [blue labels] Angel S-36152. A- ............................................................ 7.00
1384. MILSTEIN: Goldmark Concerto. Blech/PO. [fold-open album] Cap PAO-
        8414. A-(s/s) ..................................................................................................... 9.00
1385.*MILSTEIN: Mozart Concerti #4 & #5. Milstein also conducts PO. [blue
        labels] Angel S-36007. A- ................................................................................ 9.00
1386.*MILSTEIN: Saint-Saens Concerto #3. Chausson - Poeme. Fistoulari/PO.
        [blue labels] Angel S-36005. A-(s/s) ................................................................ 9.00
      MENUHIN: See also #235, 263, 278, 280, 924, 1084, 1294, 1332, 1742-44.
1387.*OISTRAKH: Mozart Sonatas #32 & #33. Badura-Skoda, piano.
        Melodiya CM-03963-4. A- ............................................................................. 10.00
1388.*PERLMAN: Beethoven Concerto. Giulini/PO. [dig] Angel DS-37471.
        FS(demo copy).................................................................................................. 7.00
1389.*PERLMAN: Paganini Concerto #1. Sarasate - Carmen Fantasy.
        Foster/RPO. Angel S-36836. FS ..................................................................... 9.00
1390.*PERLMAN: Sibelius Concerto. Sinding - Suite for Violin & Orchestra.
        Previn/Pittsburgh Sym. Angel SZ-37663. A-(c/c)......................................... 9.00
1391. PETERS: (Reinhard): Mozart Sonata #32 & #33. Rosen, piano. [scarce!]
        London LL-674. B+(occ tks) .......................................................................... 35.00
1392. SAMMONS: Bruch - Concerto #1 (Harty/Orch; rec 4-9-25). W. H.
        SQUIRE (cello): Saint-Saens Concerto (Harty/Halle Orch; rec 3-25-26).
        Past Masters PM-15. A-.................................................................................. 20.00
1393. SCHNEIDERHAN: Mendelssohn Concerto. Sherman/Viennese Sym Soc.
       [10-inch] Remington RLP 14914. C………………………………………… 9.00
1394. SHERMONT: Viotti - Concerto #23. Schulhof, piano. [the "YV" prefix for
        this series means "Young Violinists;" the recording is of the full work
        with piano accompaniment on one side; the accompaniment by itself on
        the other, so the student can practice the piece; apparently issued w/notes
        and both the parts, those things are missing here] Remington YV-1. B ........ 24.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
1395. SPALDIING: Clair de Lune; Ave Maria; The Londonderry Air; Habanera;
       Brahms Hungarian Dances #1, #2, #8 & #9. [10-inch] Allegro Elite 4118.
       A- to B+(VERY fine surface for a 10-inch Allegro) ...................................... 75.00
1396. SPALDING: Beethoven Concerto. Loibner/Austrian Symphony.
       Remington R-199-144. B/B-(apart from loud clicks beg sd 2, a good
       copy) ............................................................................................................. 100.00
1397. SPALDING: Brahms - Sonata #1 (Dohnanyi, piano); Hungarian Dances
       #8, #9 & #17 (Kooiker, piano). Remington R-199-84. B- to B(better than
       average for a Remington) ............................................................................... 65.00
1398. SPALDING: Brahms Concerto. Loibner/Vienna Tonkunstler Orch.
       [Originally on Remington in 1952 from a 15-ips tape, this 1980 reissue
       was made from the original 30-ips mastertape; one of Spalding's last
       recording sessions] Varese Sarabande VC-81059. A- to A ........................... 24.00
1399. SPALDING: Brahms Sonata #2 & #3. Ernest von Dohnanyi, piano.
       Remington RLP-199-49. B-(a good deal better than average for
       Remington) ..................................................................................................... 50.00
1400. SPALDING: Dohnanyi - Sonata for Violin & Piano. Composer, piano.
       ENESCO: Enesco - Sonata for Violin & Piano. Chaillez-Richez, piano.
       [This 1978 issue was the first release of the Dohnanyi, which was taped
       by Remington Records in 1952, but never released.] Sarabande VC-
       81048. A- to A ................................................................................................ 35.00
      SPALDING: See also #234, 282 & 311.
1401. STERN: Bartok Sonata #1. Zakin, piano. Col ML-4376. B to B+ .................. 13.00
1402.*STERN: Beethoven Concerto. Bernstein/NYP. Col MS-6093. A-(early
       "2-eyes" labels; s/s) ........................................................................................... 9.00
1403.*STERN: Beethoven Sonatas #5 - #8; #10. Istomin, piano. [dig] CBS I2M-
       39681(2). A- ................................................................................................... 13.00
1404.*STERN: Franck & Dvorak Sonatas. Zakin, piano. Col MS-6139. A-(early
       "2-eyes" labels) ................................................................................................. 9.00
1405.*STERN & OISTRAKH: Vivaldi - Concerti for Two Violins in d, c, g, &
       D. Ormandy/Phila; William Smith, cembalo. Col MS-6204. A-(very
       early "2-eyes" labels; s/s).................................................................................. 9.00
1406.*STONE: (David): Delius - Sonata in B (1892); Sonata #1 (1905-14).
       Threlfall, piano. Pearl SHE-522. A- .............................................................. 10.00
1407. SZEKELY: Bartok Concerto. Mengelberg/ACO. [Live; world premiere]
       Hungarton LPX-11573. A- ............................................................................. 13.00
1408. SZIGETI: Bach Double Concerto (Flesch; Goehr/Orch); Arioso (solo).
       Tartini Concerto in d (just "with orchestral accompaniment"). Brahms
       Sonata #3 (Petri, piano). [all recorded 1937] EMI HQM-1127. A- .............. 35.00
1409.*UGHI: Beethoven - Sonatas #8 & #9. Crowson, piano. Dischi Ricordi
       RCL-27069. A-(c/c) ........................................................................................ 10.00
LP's: Cellists
1410.*ALEXANDER: Vivaldi Concerti, RV #398, #401, #415 & #420.
        Warchal/Slovak Ch Orch. Opus 9111 1330. A- ............................................ 7.00
1411. BORWITZKY: (Ottomar; principal cellist of BPO from 1955): Haydn
        Concerti. Ronnefuld/Vienna Sym. Telefunken LT-43 092. A-(s/s) ............. 12.00
      CASALS: See #244, 1283, 1573, 1574.
1412. FALLOT: Faure - Two Sonatas. Guy Fallot, piano. [in jacket w/notes;
        then in box] London Ducretet - Thomson DTL-93050. A--(some lgt tks) .... 32.00
1413. FEUERMANN: Bloch - Schelomo. Stokowski/Phila, who also play Danse
        Macabre & Dance of the Seven Veils. Camden CAL-254. A--[Bloch](rest
        varies, B+ to B-) ............................................................................................. 19.00
1414. FEUERMANN: Strauss - Don Quixote. Ormandy/Phila. Camden CAL-
        202. B to B+(cover tape repair and a little writing) ....................................... 14.00
1415. FOURNIER: Beethoven - Complete Sonatas for Cello & Piano. Schnabel,
        piano. [recorded 1947/48] Electrola 1C147-01 382/83(2). A- to A ............... 25.00
1416.*FOURNIER: Strauss - Don Quixote. Cappone, viola; Karajan/BPO.
        DGG 139 009. A- to A ..................................................................................... 9.00
1417. JANIGRO: Bloch - Schelomo. Bruch - Kol Nidrei; Canzone.
        Rodzinski/PSOL. [nice fold-open album] West WN-18007. A-(s/s) ........... 18.00
1418. JANIGRO: Dvorak Concerto. Dixon/VSOO. West WL-5225. A- .................. 15.00
1419.*MA: Beethoven Sonatas #1 & 2. Ax, piano. [dig] CBS IM-37251. A- to A ..... 6.00
1420.*PERENYI & MEZO: Vivaldi - 4 Concerti (Perenyi in all; Mezo, 2nd cello
        in one). Simon/Liszt Academy Orch. Hungaroton SLPX-11872. A- ............ 8.00
1421. PIATIGORSKY: Beethoven Sonata #2 (Schnabel; rec 1934). Brahms
        Sonata #1 (Rubinstein; rec 1936). Electrola 1C053-03 078. A- to A ........... 16.00
1422.*ROSE: Bloch - Schelomo (Ormandy/Phila). Schumann Concerto
        (Bernstein/NYP). Col MS-6253. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) .......................... 16.00
1423.*ROSE: Saint-Saens 1st & Lalo Concerti. Faure Elegie. Ormandy/Phila.
        Col M-30113. A- .............................................................................................. 9.00
1424.*ROSTROPOVICH: Sauguet (Henri; b.1901): Melodie Concertante
        (Composer/Moscow Radio). Vladimir Vlasov (b.1903): Concerto #1
        (Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio; live). MHS 4444. A-.............................. 11.00
1425. ROSTROPOVICH: Schumann - Stucke in Volkston, Op.102; #1, #3 & #4.
        Borodin - Chorus & Dance of Polovtsian Maidens. Prokofiev - Cinderella
        Adagio. MIKHAIL VAIMAN (violin): Prokofiev - Cinderella Waltz.
        Tchaikovsky - Valse-Scherzo. Tchaikovsky - Serenade Melancholique
        Karandasjova, piano (in all). [very scarce early Rostropovich; in thin
        jacket with notes, then enclosed in box too] International TW-91068. A-
        (very slight spine damage) .............................................................................. 50.00
       STARKER: See #1280.
1426.*TORTELIER: Haydn Concerti in C & D. Faerber/Wurttemberg Ch
        Orch. [dig; German pressing] EMI ASD-4157. A- ......................................... 9.00
LP's: Cellists - continued
1427.*WEBBER: Delius Concerto. Holst - Invocation. Vaughan Williams -
      Fantasia on Sussex Folk Tunes. Handley/PO. [dig; German pressing]
      British RCA RS-9010. A- to A ....................................................................... 12.00

LP's: Pianists
       ANDA: See #797, 801, 809, 810, 814 & 839.
1428.*ARRAU: Chopin Concerto #1. Inbal/LPO. Philips 6500 255. A- to A ............ 8.00
1429. BACHAUER: Mozart Concerto #26. Liszt - Rhapsodie Espagnole. Alec
       Sherman/New London Orch. [Sherman was Bachauer's
       husband][issued August 1952; deleted March 1956] RCA LM-9000.
       B+(occ tks; earliest labels) ............................................................................. 20.00
1430. BACHAUER: Rachmaninoff Concerto #3. Alec Sherman/London
       Orchestra. [interesting issue: issued 11/1957 in the U.K. but apparently
       never in the U.S.; Sherman was Bachauer's husband; I assume "London
       Orchestra" means a pick-up band] EMI CLP-1138. A- ................................. 35.00
1431. BACHAUER: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Alec Sherman/New London
       Orch. [very scarce item: issued in 1955; deleted 1958] RCA LM-1890.
       A-(superb copy; minor jacket defects) ........................................................... 32.00
1432. BACKHAUS: Beethoven Sonata #10, 22, 24. London LL-603. A--(occ lgt
       tks) .................................................................................................................. 16.00
1433. BARENBOIM: Beethoven Sonata #29. [VERY early Barenboim; great
       young cover photos] West XWN-18760. A- .................................................. 12.00
1434. BARERE: Short works of Lizst(3), Chopin, Scriabin(2), Rachmaninoff(3),
       Blumenfield, Schumann(2) & Balakirev. [recorded 1948-51; some live
       from Carnegie Hall; first issue of the two Scriabin Etudes] Varese
       Sarabande VC-81045. ..................................................................................... 16.00
1435. BAUER: Works of Grieg, Schumann, Schubert, Durand, Chopin, Brahms,
       Debussy, Bach, Rubinstein, Gluck & Saint-Saens. Camden CAL-348. A-
       (very fine pressing for a Camden!) ................................................................. 16.00
1436. BERNSTEIN: Mozart Concerti #15 & #17. Bernstein also conducts Col
       Sym. [mono only] Col ML-5145. A-("6-eyes" labels) ................................... 12.00
1437. BRAILOWSKY: Chopin - The Preludes. [recorded February 1952, NYC]
       [DMM] German RCA GL-85268. A- to A..................................................... 12.00
1438.*BRAILOWSKY: Chopin Mazurkas, Vol. 1. Col MS-6402. A-(early "2-
       eyes" labels) .................................................................................................... 12.00
1439.*BRAILOWSKY: Chopin Mazurkas, Vol. 2. Col MS-6464. A-(early "2-
       eyes" labels) .................................................................................................... 12.00
1440.*BRAILOWSKY: Chopin Mazurkas, Vol. 3. Col MS-6465. A-(early "2-
       eyes" labels) .................................................................................................... 12.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1441.*BRENDEL: Liszt - Annees de Pelerinage: Second Year (Italy). Philips
       6500 420. FS ..................................................................................................... 8.00
1442.*BUCHBINDER: Haydn - Sonata #62. Beethoven - Fur Elise; Fantasie,
       Op.77; Rondo a Capriccio; 32 Variations on an Original Theme.
       Telefunken 6.42265. A- to A(c/c) .................................................................. 10.00
1443.*CASADESUS: Beethoven Concerto #1 & #4. Van Beinum/ACO. [very
       scarce in this initial issue] Col MS-6111. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels)...... 35.00
1444. CHOPIN FESTIVAL: Twenty works performed by Halina Czerny-
       Stafanska(3), Julian von Karolyi(4), Monique Haas(2), Stefan
       Askenase(6), Andor Foldes(2); three songs with Bolechowska, soprano;
       Nadgryzowski, pf. [unusual, scarce set; the first copy I've had] DGG 19
       203/204(2). A- ................................................................................................ 35.00
1445.*CICCOLINI: Liszt - Harmonies Poetiques et Religieuses: Invocation; Ave
       Maria; Funerailles; Benediction der Dieu dans la Solitude; Pater Noster;
       Hymne de l'Enfant a son Reveil. [French-only notes] La Voix de Son
       Maitre 2C063-10688. A- ................................................................................ 16.00
1446.*CICCOLINI: Liszt - Harmonies Poetiques et Religieuses: Pensee des
       Morts; Miserere; Andante Lagrimoso; Cantique d'Amour; Annees de
       Pelerinage (supplement) - Gondoliera, Canzone & Tarentella. [French-
       only notes] La Voix de Son Maitre 2C063-10689. A- ................................... 16.00
1447.*CICCOLINI: Liszt - Legends #1 & #2; Trois Reves d'Amour;
       Consolations. [fold-open jacket; French-only notes] La Voix de Son
       Maitre 2C069-11664. A- to A ........................................................................ 12.00
1448.*CICCOLINI: Liszt Annees de Pelerinage #1 (Switzerland). (French-only
       notes) La Voix de Son Maitre CVB-1772. A- ................................................ 12.00
1449.*CICCOLINI: Liszt Annees de Pelerinage #2 (Italy). (French notes) Voix
       de Son Maitre CVB-1773. A- ......................................................................... 12.00
1450.*CICCOLINI: Liszt Annees de Pelerinage #3 (Italy). (French notes) Voix
       de Son Maitre CVB-1774. A- ......................................................................... 12.00
1451.*COOK (Jean): Brahms - Waltzes, Op.39. Schumann - Fantasiestucke,
       Op.12. Golden Age 1011. A- .......................................................................... 10.00
1452. CURZON: Schumann - Fantasia in C; Kinderscenen. London LL-1009.
       B+/B ................................................................................................................ 13.00
1453. CZIFFRA: Miniatures - Works of Krebs, C.P.E. Bach, D.Scarlatti(2),
       Mozart (Sonata #8), Hummel, Beethoven, Luddy & F.Couperin. EMI
       ALP-1691. B(most plays A-, but some scrs) .................................................. 16.00
1454. D'ALBERT: Beethoven Concerto #5 (first movement). Seidler-
       Winkler/Berlin Radio Orch. [December 1, 1930] Symposium 1000. A-.... 15.00
1455. D'ALBERT: Short works of Beethoven, Weber, d'Albert(3), Brahms,
       Schubert(3), Chopin(3) & Liszt. [recorded 1911-16; 1928] Symposium
       1006. A- .......................................................................................................... 15.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1456. DAMASE: (Jean-Michel): Schumann - Humoreske. Liszt - Consolation #1;
       La Lugubre Gondola #2; Benediction. [in jacket w/notes, then enclosed
       in box] London International TW-91041. A- to B+ ....................................... 18.00
1457.*DAVIDOVICH: Rachmaninoff - Paganini Rhapsody. Saint-Saens -
       Concerto #2. Jarvi/ACO. [dig] Philips 6514 164. A- to A(demo copy) ....... 10.00
1458.*DE LARROCHA: Granados - Goyescas; Escenas Romanticas. MHS
       1248/49(2). A- .................................................................................................. 9.00
1459.*DE LARROCHA: Schumann - Kreisleriana; Allegro, Op.8; Romance,
       Op.28, #2; Novelette, Op.21, #8. London CS-6749. A- ................................... 8.00
1460.*DE LARROCHA: Golden Jubilee Recital: Works of Bach, Grieg,
       Mozart, Schumann, Chopin, Albeniz, Granados & Falla. London CS-
       7147. A- ............................................................................................................ 6.00
1461.*DE LARROCHA: Spanish Encores. Encores. Works of Albeniz(7),
       Soler(2), Turina(2) & Granados(2). [Kingsway Hall, 6/1974; Woolcock;
       Moorfoot] London CS-6953. A-(minor cover stains) ...................................... 6.00
1462.*ENTREMONT: Tchaikovsky Piano Music (12 short pieces). Col MS-
       6446. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ...................................................................... 10.00
1463. FERRANTE AND TEICHER: Light Classics - Works of Lecuona,
       Chopin, Brahms(2), Beethoven, Sousa, Rachmaninoff, Schubert &
       Chopin. ABC - Paramount ABC-313. A- ....................................................... 12.00
1464. FISCHER: Brahms Concerto #2 (Hans Munch/Basel Orch; live, 1943);
       Variations, Op.21, #1 (1953). Music & Arts RR-503. A- .............................. 19.00
1465. FISCHER: Haydn - Concerto in D (Fischer/VPO; c.1942). Furtwangler -
       Symphonic Piano Concerto #2, 2nd movement (Composer/BPO;
       c.1941). Brahms - Piano Quartet #1 (Breronel Quartet; c.1939). Opus
       MLG-74. FS .................................................................................................... 14.00
1466. FLEISHER: Liszt Sonata in b. Weber Sonata #4; Invitation to the Dance.
       Epic LC-3675. A-(brief tks Weber sonata) .................................................... 10.00
1467.*FRAGER: Chopin - Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise; Polonaise,
       Op.53; Contredanse; Tarantelle, Op.43; Mazurkas, Op.6; Ludovic
       Variations, Op.12. [dig] GTelarc DG-10040. A- ............................................. 9.00
1468. FRANCOIS: Schumann Concerto (Munch/ORTF, live, Montreux
       Festival, 9-17-57); Papillons; Wieck Variations; Valse-Impromptu;
       Rossignol (live, Besancon Festival, 9-18-56). [nice fold-open album;
       French-only notes] Pathe C061-73019. A- ..................................................... 25.00
1469.*FRANKL: Schumann - Konzertstuck in F, Op.86 (first recording).
       Mendelssohn Concerto #2. Nelson/Cincinnati Sym. Vox VCL-9071. A-
       (c/c) ................................................................................................................. 10.00
1470.*FRIEDMAN: Weber - Invitation to the Dance; works of Friedman(5),
       Tchaikovsky, Liszt-Busoni-Frideman. [from Duo-Art piano rolls] Klavier
       KS-115. FS(c/c) ................................................................................................ 9.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1471. GERSHWIN: His Rhapsody in Blue (Whiteman/His Orch; great
       clarinet!); American in Paris (playing celeste; Shilkret/RCA Sym); 3
       Preludes; Oh, Kay! & Tip-Toes (4 songs each). RCA AVM1-1740. A- ....... 12.00
1472. GIANOLI & BADURA-SKODA: Mozart Concerti K.242 & 365.
       Scherchen/VSOO. West WL-5095. A-- ........................................................ 10.00
1473. GIESEKING: Brahms - Klavierstucke: Op.76, (#1-#8), Op.118 (#1-#6),
       Op.119 (#1-#4); Fantasien, Op.116 (#1-#7); Rhapsodies, Op.79 (#1 &
       #2). [recorded June, 1951] Electrola 1C147-01 575/76(2). A- to A .............. 20.00
1474. GIESEKING: FRANCK - Symphonic Variations & BACH - Italian
       Concerto (Mengelberg/ACO; live 1940). MOZART - Concerto #21
       (Cantelli/NYP; live 1955). Opus MLG-70. A- .............................................. 12.00
1475. GIESEKING: Walter Piston - Concertino for Piano & Orch
       (Schroder/NDR, Frankfurt; 1947 broadcast). Hindemith - The 4
       Temperaments (Zilling/NDR, Frankfurt; 1952 broadcast). Past Masters
       PM-28. A- ....................................................................................................... 25.00
      GIESEKING: See also #770, 774, 791, 792, 793, 833.
1476. GILELS: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Ivanov/USSR Sym. MK 1532. A-- ....... 10.00
1477.*GOEBELS: (Franzpeter): Schoenberg - Suite, Op.25. Hindemith - Suite,
       Op.26. Stravinsky - Sonata (1924). [notes in German and French only]
       Barenreiter BM 30-SL 1524. A- ..................................................................... 10.00
1478.*GOULD: Beethoven Sonata #16, #17 & #18. Col M-32349. A- ....................... 9.00
1479.*GRAFFMAN: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2; Rhapsody on a Theme of
       Paganini. Bernstein/NYP. Col MS-6634. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) ........ 9.00
1480. GRAINGER: Chopin - Sonata in b; Scherzo in b-flat. Schumann -
       Symphonic Etudes; Romance in F#. Grieg - Wedding Day at
       Troldhaugen; To Spring. Grainger - One More Day, My John. [recorded
       1924-28; transfers by Ward Marston] Encore E-304. A- to A ....................... 18.00
1481.*HASKIL: Chopin Concerto #1. Falla - Nights in the Gardens of Spain.
       Markevitch/Lamoureux Orch. [oddly scarce disc] Philips PHS-900-
       034. A-(demo copy) ........................................................................................ 12.00
1482. HAUTZIG: (Walter): Mozart - Fantasia in f, K.608 (recorded from an
       unpublished manuscript); Adagio in b, K.540. Bach - Concerto after
       Benedetto Marcello; Capriccio on the Departure of His Beloved Brother.
       United Art UAL-7006. A- .............................................................................. 12.00
1483. HOROWITZ: "Horowitz in Recital." Schumann - Variations on a Theme
       by Clara Wieck. Brahms - Intermezzo. Haydn - Sonata, Op.78. Chopin -
       Mazurka & Polonaise-Fantasie. Short works of Scarlatti, Scriabin, Sousa
       (Stars & Stripes!) & Moszkowski. [SD labels] RCA LM-1957. A-/A-- .......... 7.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1484. HOROWITZ: "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
        labels] RCA LM-2993. A- ................................................................................ 8.00
1485.*HOROWITZ: Chopin Sonata #2. Schumann Arabesque. Liszt - Hungarian
        Rhapsody #19. Rachmaninoff - Two Etudes-Tableaux. [In fold-open
        album with bound-in booklet with article by Thomas Frost & many
        Horowitz photos] Col KS-6371. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s)........................ 9.00
1486.*HOROWITZ: Medtner - A Christmas Tale for Children. [The only issue
        of this performance on LP of which I am aware (later it was on CD &
        cassette). Here it is part of Goodyear's 9th "Great Songs of Christmas"
        album, including Petula Clark, Mantovani, Crosby, Leinsdorf, Welk,
        Sutherland, etc.] Col CSS-1033. A- ............................................................... 20.00
1487.*HUNGERFORD: Beethoven Sonatas #30 & #32. Van VSD-71172. A-........... 9.00
1488. ISTOMIN: Chopin - Nocturnes (complete). Col SL-226(2). A-("6-eyes"
        labels) .............................................................................................................. 15.00
1489.*ISTOMIN: Schubert Sonata in D, Op.53. Col MS-7443. A- ........................... 10.00
1490. JOYCE: Solo works of Bach(2), Mozart(2) Paradisi, Beethoven, de
        Schlozer, Liszt(3), Chopin(3), Palmgren, Sinding, Grieg(3), Faure,
        Debussy, Ravel, Moszkowski, Rachmaninoff(3), Strauss, Cyril Scott,
        Dohnanyi & Stefan Bergman(2); Turina - Rapsodia Sinifonica
        (Raybould/Orch). [recorded 1933-42; DMM] EMI EX-29 1271 3(2). A-
        to A ................................................................................................................. 20.00
1491.*KATIN: Grieg Concerto; Litolff - Scherzo from Concerto Symphonique
        #4 (Davis/LPO). Side 2: Grieg - Peer Gynt Suite #1 (Fjeldstad/LSO).
        London STS-15226. A- .................................................................................. 10.00
1492.*KATIN: Rachmaninoff Concerti #1 (Boult/LPO) & #2 (Davis/London
        New Sym). London STS-15225. A-(c/c)........................................................ 10.00
1493.*KEDRA: (Wladyslaw): Chopin Sonata #2 & #3. West WST-14072.
        B+(few lgt tks) ................................................................................................ 16.00
1494.*KOENIG: (Jan): Janacek - In the Mist; Sonata. Szymanowski - Masques.
        Prelude PMS-1503. A-(c/c) ............................................................................ 10.00
1495.*KUERTI: Beethoven - Sonatas #9 & #12; Andante Favori; Fantaisie.
        Canadian RCA LSC-3140. A- ........................................................................ 10.00
1496.*LAREDO: Rachmaninoff - Preludes, Op.32; Fragments; Prelude
        (Posthumous). Col M-33430. A- ...................................................................... 9.00
1497.*LELCHUK: (Nina): Schumann - Fantasia in C, Op.17. Liszt - Rhapsodie
        Espagnole. Schubert/Liszt - Der Muller und der Bach; Aufenthalt;
        Widmung. [dig] Telarc DG-10075. A- to A(c/c).............................................. 8.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1498. LYMPANY: Saint-Saens Concerto #2. Martinon/LPO. [10-inch] British
       Decca LX-3064. B++ ..................................................................................... 10.00
      MALCUZYNSKI: See also #784, 823.
1499. MARVIN: Soler - 9 Sonatas; Fandango. Decca DL-9937. A- .......................... 10.00
1500. NEY: Schubert - Trout Quintet. Strub Quartet Members; Schubert, bass.
       Electrola E-80 838. A- .................................................................................... 24.00
1501.*OGDON: Glazounov Concerto #1. Yardumian - Passacaglia, Recitative &
       Fugue. Berglund/Bournemouth Sym. EMI/Odeon ASD-3367. A- ............. 12.00
1502.*OUSSET: Brahms Concerto #2. Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus. Decca
       7.312. A-(notes French only) ......................................................................... 15.00
1503.*OUSSET: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2; Paganini Rhapsody. Rattle/City of
       Birmingham Sym. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38087. A- to A(demo copy) ..... 10.00
1504.*PEKINEL: (Guher & Suher): Rachmaninov - Suites #1 & #2 for Two
       Pianos. DGG 2531 345. A- to A ..................................................................... 13.00
1505.*PREVIN: Hindemith - Sonata #3. Barber - Four Excursions. Frank Martin
       - Prelude #7. Col MS-6239. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels) ........................... 18.00
1506.*QUEFFELEC: Ravel - The Two Concerti. Lombard/Strasbourg
       Philharmonic. MHS 3358. A- ......................................................................... 9.00
1507. REISENBERG: Chopin - 6 Nocturnes. West W-LAB-7029. A- to B+(s/s;
       no notes booklet; tape on album) ...................................................................... 7.00
1508. RICHTER: Beethoven Sonata #23. Haydn Sonata #20. [Live; Moscow,
       1960] MK 1550. B ............................................................................................ 8.00
1509. RICHTER: Schumann - Waldszenen, Op.82; Fantasiestucke (six pieces);
       March #2. Decca DL-9921. A- ......................................................................... 9.00
1510. RISLER: (Edouard): Short works of Beethoven(2), Chopin(2), Rameau,
       Daquin, Couperin, Granados, Godard, Saint-Saens, Chabrier, Weber &
       Liszt. [Pathe recordings, c.1917] LOUIS DIEMER: Chopin Nocturne in
       D-flat, Op.27, #2 (abbreviated). [recorded 1903] Symposium 1020. A- ....... 16.00
1511.*RUBINSTEIN: Beethoven Sonata, Op.31, #3. Schumann- Fantasiestucke.
       RCA ARL1-2397. A-(demo copy; minor cover scuffs) ................................... 9.00
1512. RUBINSTEIN: Chopin Mazurkas (complete). [recorded 1938] Electrola C
       153-01 170/71(2). A- to A .............................................................................. 18.00
1513. SAUER: Liszt Concerto #1 & #2. Weingartner/PCO. [recorded 1938]
       Electrola 1C053-01 458. A- to A.................................................................... 12.00
1514. SCHNABEL: Beethoven Concerto #2 & #4. Dobrowen/PO. [notes in
       Japanese only] Japanese EMI GR-2091. A- to A(c/c) ................................... 12.00
1515. SCHNABEL: Brahms Concerto #1 (Szell/LPO; 1938) & #2 (Boult/BBC
       Sym; 1935). Electrola 1C181-52 348/49(2). A- to A ..................................... 20.00
1516.*SERKIN: Beethoven Concerto #1 (Ormandy/Phila); 11 Bagatelles. Col
       MS-6838. A-("2-eyes" labels) ........................................................................ 12.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1517.*SERKIN: Mendelssohn Concerti #1 & #2. Ormandy/Phila. Col MS-
       6128. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels) .............................................................. 12.00
1518. SMETERLIN: Chopin Nocturnes (complete). Epic SC-6007. A- to B+/A--
       (clean copy has typical 50's surfaces; scarce!) ............................................... 50.00
1519. SMETERLIN: Chopin Nocturnes, Vol. 2. Epic LC-3152. B+ ......................... 25.00
1520. SMITH: (Cyril): Rachmaninoff Concerto #2. Sargent/Liverpool Phil. Col
       ML-4176. B ...................................................................................................... 9.00
1521. SOFFRONITSKY: Chopin - Mazurkas(12); Waltzes(3); Polacca;
       Nocturne; Etude. Scriabin - Sonata #10; Five Etudes from Op.8; Fantasia;
       Preludes(3); Two Poems. [Notes in Italian only; a bit unclear, but the
       Chopin seems to have been recorded in 1949; the rest is apparently in
       stereo and thus recorded later] Orizzonte AOCL-216015(2). A- to A ........... 25.00
1522.*STARR: (Susan): Griffes - Sonata; 3 Tone-Pictures. Ravel - Tombeau de
       Couperin. A- to B+(AUTOGRAPHED by Starr, white crayon on cover) ..... 12.00
1523. VINES: Short works of Debussy(2), Albeniz(6), Gluck, Scarlatti, Borodin,
       Falla(2), Turina(2), Blancafort, Lopez-Buchardo & Troiani. [rec 1930 &
       1936; Keith Hardwick transfers] French EMI 1731791. A-........................... 12.00
1524.*WEISSENBERG: Brahms Concerto #1. Muti/Phila. [dig] Angel DS-
       538008. A- ...................................................................................................... 10.00
1525. WEISZ: (Robert; 1st Prize, Geneva Concours, 1949): Schumann Fantasia
       in C, Op.17. [10-inch] London LPS-152. B ................................................... 16.00
1526.*ZIMERMAN: Chopin - Fourteen Waltzes. DGG 2530 965. A- to A ................ 8.00
1527.*ZIMERMAN: Chopin Concerto #2; Andante Spianato & Grande
       Polonaise. Giulini/LAPO. DGG 2531 126. A- to A ..................................... 10.00

LP's: Conductors
1528.*ABBADO: Scriabin - Poeme d'Extase. Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet.
       BSO. [first-class performances and sound] DGG 2530 137. A- to A(c/c)..... 12.00
1529.*ALBERT: (Werner Andreas): Dvorak - Symphony #9. Philharmonica
       Hungarica. [obscure disc!!] MHS DRM-112. A- ........................................... 7.00
1530. ANSERMET: Debussy - La Mer. Ravel - Mother Goose. OSR. Richmond
       B-19007. B+/A-(brief tks beg sides, then very nice)...................................... 12.00
      ANSERMET: See also #43, 46, 417, 849, 852, 859, 863, 878, 890, 906, 909, 1530.
1531. AURIACOMBE: Bach Suites #2 & #4. Toulouse Ch Orch. [French-only
       notes; nice fold-open album] Vega C 30-S-322. A- ....................................... 10.00
1532.*BARENBOIM: Bruckner - Symphony #4. CSO. [Barenboim's first CSO
       recording, 1972; this was one of the works that Kubelik had said he
       wished he'd been able to record for Mercury during his CSO tenure;
       wonderful brass!] DGG 2530 336. A- to A(s/s) ............................................. 12.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1533.*BARENBOIM: Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole; Russian Easter
       Overture. Mussorgsky - Night on Bald Mountain. Borodin - Polovtsian
       Dances. CSO. [early Barenboim/Chicago - analog, late 70's] DGG 2536
       379. A- to A .................................................................................................... 13.00
1534.*BEECHAM: Delius - Irmelin Prelude; Summer Evening. Sibelius -
       Tapiola. Dvorak - Legend #3. Grieg - Symphonic Dance Op.64, #2.
       RPO. Faure - Pavane. ORTF. Sera S-60000. A-(s/s) .................................... 10.00
1535. BEECHAM: Delius Centenary, Volume 1 - Dance Rhapsody #1; Summer
       Evening; Intermezzo & Serenade from "Hassan;" Prelude to "Irmelin;"
       Song of the High Hills. Leslie Jones, tenor; Freda Hart, soprano; Luton
       Choral Soc (in Song); RPO (in all). [recorded under the auspices of the
       Delius Trust, 1946-1952] EMI ALP-1889. A- ............................................... 15.00
1536. BEECHAM: Delius Centenary, Volume 2 - Piano Concerto (Betty Humby
       Beecham); Violin Concerto (Jean Pougnet). RPO. [Recorded 1946.
       under the auspices of the Delius Trust. The piano concerto was available
       in US on RCA LVT-1045 (scarce!), but I don't believe the violin
       concerto ever saw issue in the US] EMI ALP-1890. A- ................................ 27.00
1537.*BEECHAM: Famous Overtures - Ruins of Athens; Gazza Ladra;
       Midsummer Night's Dream; Poet & Peasant; Academic Festival; Corsair.
       RPO. EMI CFP-40358. A- ............................................................................... 6.00
1538.*BEECHAM: Liszt - A Faust Symphony (Young, tenor; Beecham Choral
       Soc); Orpheus. RPO. Sera SIB-6017(2). A- .................................................. 13.00
1539. BEECHAM: Sibelius - Swanwhite Suite (RPO; 12-8-55). Grieg -
       Symphonic Dances (RPO; 12-25-55). [Concert performances; third disc
       of what was originally a 3-disc set; blank jacket] Sirius 5023/sd5+6. A-
       (blank cover) ................................................................................................... 10.00
1540. BEECHAM: Sibelius - Symphony #7; The Oceanides; Pelleas et
       Melisande. RPO. Angel 35458. A-(British pressing; thrift edition w/o
       notes)............................................................................................................... 12.00
1541. BEECHAM: The Electrical Recordings, 1926-1932: Volume Two (1927-
       29). ATTERBERG - Symphony #6 (old RPO). MOZART - Symphony
       #34; Divertimento, K.131 (old RPO). RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Antar:
       Oriental March. BORODIN - Polovtsi March (LSO). The Sir Thomas
       Beecham Soc WHS-105. A- ........................................................................... 23.00
LP's: Conductors - continued

                            Beecham - A Musical Biography
The eight discs listed below often circulate individually because each is in its own jacket
with full progam notes (and may indeed have been available for individual purchase).
But they were also issued in a large box including Alan Jefferson's 1979 hard-cover 246-
page book, {Sir Thomas Beecham - A Centenary Tribute} (including many terrific
photos). The whole project was dedicated to the extraordinary engineer, Anthony C.
Griffith, who did the transfers. If there are those who would like to acquire all eight
records, along with the box and book, just let me know - there is no lot number, but the
minimum bid would be $150.

1542. BEECHAM: A Musical Biography, LP #1: The Early Years: Acoustic
       recordings: Fledermaus Overture; Excerpts from Firebird, Tales of
       Hoffman (Hatchard, soprano; Beecham Opera Company), Tiefland;
       Edward German's song "Have you heard news of my boy Jack?" with
       Clara Butt [all but Tales with Beecham Symphony Orchestra]
       ATTERBERG: Symphony #6 (1928 electrical recording, RPO).
       [A.C.Griffith transfers] World Record Club SH-1001. A- .............................                               25.00
1543. BEECHAM: A Musical Biography, LP #2: Shorter Works: BORODIN:
       Polovtsian Dances (Live; Leeds Festival, 1934). HANDEL-BEECHAM:
       The Origin of Design, Suite. BERLIOZ: Roman Carnival Overture.
       HAYDN: Symphony #40. HANDEL: Arrival of Queen of Sheba.
       WEBER: Oberon Overture. LPO, rec 1933-38 in all but Haydn (RPO,
       1948). [LP transfers by A.C.Griffith] World Record Club SH-1002. A-.......                                         20.00
1544. BEECHAM: A Musical Biography, LP #3: The Postwar Years (1947-
       56): DVORAK: Golden Spinning Wheel. MASSENET: Last Sleep of the
       Virgin. DEBUSSY: Printemps. DELIUS: On Hearing the First Cuckoo.
       RPO. [LP transfers by A.C.Griffith] World Record Club SH-1003. A-........                                          20.00
1545. BEECHAM: A Musical Biography, LP #4: Opera & Oratorio (1934-
       48): Excerpts from Magic Flute (Lemnitz; Husch; Tessmer; BPO;
       Berlin, 1937); Israel in Egypt (RPO; Leeds Festival Cho; live, 1934);
       Macbeth (Sleepwalking Scene w/Grandi; Terry; Frank; RPO; studio,
       1948); Gotterdammerung (Weber; Janssen; LPO; ROHCG Cho; Live,
       1936). [transfers by A.C.Griffith] World Record Club SH-1004. A- ............                                      18.00
1546. BEECHAM: A Musical Biography, LP #5: Concertos (1947 & 1949):
       BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #4 (Rubinstein). MENDELSSOHN -
       Violin Concerto (Heifetz). RPO in both. [A.C.Griffith transfers] World
       Record Club SH-1005. A- ..............................................................................             18.00
1547. BEECHAM: A Musical Biography, LP #6: STRAUSS - Ein Heldenleben.
       RPO. [recorded 1947; Anthony Griffith transfer] World Record Club
       SH-1006. A- ....................................................................................................   20.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
548. BEECHAM: A Musical Biography, LP #7: SIBELIUS - Symphony #2.
       BBC Sym. [Live; Royal Festival Hall; December 8, 1954] [Anthony
       Griffith transfer] World Record Club SH-1007. A- ....................................... 20.00
1549. BEECHAM: A Musical Biography, LP #8: The Pathfinder (1934-59):
       TWO LECTURES: "Mozart and His Music" and "The Changing World
       of Music" (Library of Congress; Washington; 1956 & 1957,
       respectively). GOD SAVE THE QUEEN (first release of EMI recording,
       1959; RPO). MOZART: Symphony #39: 3rd Movement (first orchestral
       recording made on magnetic tape; LPO in concert in Germany,
       11/19/1936; recorded by BASF); Symphony #41: 1st movement
       (fragment) (recorded in true stereo; LPO in studio session, 1/19/1934).
       [Transfers by Anthony Griffith] World Record Club SH-1008. A- ............... 32.00
1550. BEECHAM: Music from Films. Honeymoon (1958: Sarasate - Zapateado;
       Falla - El Amor Brujo; Theoradakis - Lovers of Teruel); The Red Shoes
       (1949); For Whom the Gods Love (1934: Mozart Arias). Misc orchs.
       Sirius 5022. A- ................................................................................................ 15.00
      BEECHAM: See also #229, 568, 597, 1076, 1077, 1083, 1243.
1551.*BERNSTEIN: Britten - Young Person's Guide (narrated by Master Henry
       Chapin). Saint-Saens - Carnival of the Animals (narrated by Bernstein).
       NYP. Col MS-6368. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) .......................................... 9.00
1552.*BERNSTEIN: Copland - Symphony #3. NYP. Col MS-6954. A-(early "2-
       eyes" labels; s/s) ................................................................................................ 9.00
1553.*BERNSTEIN: Dvorak - Symphony #7. NYP. Col MS-6828. A- ...................... 9.00
1554.*BERNSTEIN: Haydn - Symphony # 95 & #96. NYP. Col M-32598. A- ......... 9.00
1555.*BERNSTEIN: Hindemith - Symphony in E-flat; Symphonic
       Metamorphoses on Themes of Carl Maria von Weber. NYP. Col MS-
       7426. A- .......................................................................................................... 12.00
1556.*BERNSTEIN: Honegger - Rugby; Pacific 231; Pastorale d'Ete. Debussy -
       Rhapsodies for Clarinet (Drucker) and Saxophone (Rascher). NYP. Col
       MS-6659. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ............................................................... 12.00
1557.*BERNSTEIN: Ives - Symphony #2; The Fourth of July. NYP. Col MS-
       6889. A-("2-eyes" labels; s/s) ........................................................................... 9.00
1558.*BERNSTEIN: Mendelssohn 5th. Schubert 5th. NYP. Col MS-7295. A-
       ("2-eyes" labels; s/s) ......................................................................................... 9.00
1559.*BERNSTEIN: Overtures - Leonore #3, Semiramide, Oberon, Ruy Blas &
       Benvenuto Cellini. NYP. Col MS-6223. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; c/c) ........ 12.00
1560.*BERNSTEIN: Poulenc - Gloria (Blegen; NYP; Westminster Cho).
       Stravinsky - Symphony of Psalms (LSO; English Bach Festival Cho).
       Col M-34551. A- ............................................................................................ 10.00
1561.*BERNSTEIN: Schuman - In Praise of Shahn. Carter Concerto for
       Orchestra. NYP. Col M-30112. A-(c/c) ......................................................... 12.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1562.*BERNSTEIN: Schuman - Symphony #8 (NYP). SCHIPPERS: Barber -
       Andromache's Farewell (Arroyo, soprano; NYP). Col MS-6512. A-
       (early "2-eyes" labels) ..................................................................................... 16.00
1563.*BERNSTEIN: Schuman - To Thee Old Cause (Gomberg, oboe). Randall
       Thompson - Symphony #2. NYP. [wonderful disc!] Col MS-7392. A- ........ 18.00
1564.*BERNSTEIN: Schumann - Symphony #1; Genoveva Overture. NYP. Col
       MS-6581. A-("2-eyes" labels) ........................................................................ 15.00
1565.*BERNSTEIN: Schumann - Symphony #3. NYP. Col MS-6294. A-(very
       early "6-eyes" labels) ...................................................................................... 16.00
      BERNSTEIN: See also #22, 83, 109, 151, 162, 165, 231, 264, 313, 360, 426,
       450, 453, 1046-50, 1130, 1165, 1402, 1422, 1436, 1436, 1479.
1566. BLECH: Strauss - Death & Transfiguration. Brahms - Hungarian Dances
       #5 & 6. Dvorak - Slavonic Dances #1 & 4. BSOO. Mendelssohn - 2
       Songs w/o Words; Finale, 4th Sym. LSO. Past Masters PM-14. A- ............. 12.00
1567.*BOULEZ: Bartok - The Wooden Prince. NYP. [quad] Col M-34514. A- ...... 10.00
1568.*BOULEZ: Berlioz - Royal Hunt & Storm; Overtures: Benvenuto Cellini,
       Roman Carnival, Beatrice & Benedict (& Entr'acte). NYP. Col M-31799.
       FS ...................................................................................................................... 7.00
1569.*BOULT: Vaughan Williams: Symphony #8; Concerto for Two Pianos
       (Vronsky & Babin). LPO. Angel S-36625. A-............................................... 8.00
      BOULT: See also #45, 249-50, 280, 317, 421, 861, 969, 1051, 1059, 1061, 1066-8,
                1072-3, 1089-90, 1094-5, 1097, 1099, 1270, 1492, 1515, 1742.
1570.*CANTELLI: Beethoven - Symphony #7. PO. Sera S-60038. A- ...................... 6.00
1571. CANTELLI: Mendelssohn 4th. Schubert 8th. PO. Angel 35524. A-(earliest
       U.S. red labels; c/c) ........................................................................................... 9.00
1572. CANTELLI: Vivaldi - The Four Seasons. John Corigliano, violin; NYP.
       Col ML-5044. A-("6-eyes" labels; s/s) ........................................................... 12.00
1573.*CASALS: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4. Beethoven - Symphony #8.
       Marlboro Festival Orch. [Live, 1966; sprightly, fast performances!] A-
       (early "2-eyes" labels)..................................................................................... 12.00
1574. CASALS: Mozart - Symphony #29; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. Perpignan
       Festival Orch. Col ML-4551. B+(gold "limited edition" labels) .................. 15.00
1575.*CLUYTENS: Franck - Les Eolides; Les Djinns; Redemption; Le Chasseur
       Maudit. Ciccolini (in Djinns); Belgian National Orch. [blue labels]
       Angel S-36151. A-(s/s) ..................................................................................... 9.00
      CLUYTENS: See also #396, 428, 781, 783, 786, 806, 812, 824, 837, 838 & 1246.
1576. COPPOLA: Saint-Saens - Symphony #3. Cellier, organ; Orch du
       Gramophone. [1st recording of the work, summer 1930] Past Masters
       PM-21. A- ....................................................................................................... 16.00
1577.*DOHNANYI: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4; Overtures - Hebrides, Calm
       Sea & Prosperous Voyage. VPO. [dig] Decca SXDL-7500. A- to A .............. 9.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1578.*DORATI: Gershwin (arr. Bennett) - Porgy & Bess, Symphonic Picture.
       Grofe - Grand Canyon Suite. Detroit Sym. [dig] [surprisingly scarce, at
       least on LP: first copy I've seen!] London 410 110-1. A- to A(Dutch
       pressing) .......................................................................................................... 12.00
      DORATI: See #54, 338, 412-3, 918-9, 924-5, 927, 930-1, 934, 936, 939, 942,
               950-2, 1063, 1357, 1578, 1740.
1579.*DUTOIT: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe. Montreal Sym & Cho. [dig] London
       LDR-71028. A- to A ......................................................................................... 8.00
1580.*FERENCSIK: Beethoven - Symphony #2; Consecration of the House
       Overture. CPO. [terrific performances!] Parliament PLPS-156. A-- .............. 8.00
      FIEDLER: See #58, 152, 236, 237, 332, 915, 959, 981, 1000, 1008, 1013.
1581. FISTOULARI: Rimsky-Korsakov - Ivan the Terrible Suite. Balakirev -
       Tamar. LSO. MGM E-3076. A- ....................................................................... 9.00
1582. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #8; Leonore Overture #3.
       Stockholm Philharmonic. [Live, 1948; inc rehearsal segments from
       overture; timpanist omits final bar!] Unicorn WFS-5. A- to A ...................... 11.00
1583. FURTWANGLER: Gluck - Alceste Overture. Beethoven - Cavatina from
       Quartet, Op.130. BPO. [10-inch] Capitol - Telefunken H-8130.
       B+(Gluck)/B-(s/s) ........................................................................................... 16.00
1584. FURTWANGLER: Smetana - The Moldau. Schumann - Manfred
       Overture. VPO. [10-inch; German-only notes] Electrola E-70 023. A- ........ 25.00
1585. FURTWANGLER: Strauss - Don Juan; Till Eulenspiegel. VPO. EMI
       ALP-1208. B+(Don Juan has little added nse fr small blems) ....................... 21.00
1586.+FURTWANGLER: Strauss - Till Eulenspiegel. Brahms - Haydn
       Variations. Mozart - Symphony #40, finale. Schubert - Symphony #8
       (rehearsal segment). BPO. [The complete performances are stated to
       have come from live concerts, but there is no applause: perhaps from
       studio broadcasts; the rehearsal excerpt lasts about three minutes,
       includes a few spoken comments] Everest 3252. A- ...................................... 21.00
1587. FURTWANGLER: Wagner - Gotterdammerung: Siegfried's Rhine Journey
       & Funeral Music; Brunnhilde's Immolation Scene (Flagstad). PO.
       [recorded 1948-50] French EMI 2C051-03855. A- to A ............................... 12.00
      FURTWANGLER: See also #153, 238, 266, 278-9, 284-5, 461, 541, 553-4,
                              599, 670, 675 & 1465.
      GALLIERA: See also #785, 797, 799, 801, 803, 839 & 840.
1588.*GIULINI: Rossini Overtures - William Tell, Tancredi, Gazza Ladra,
       Cenerentola, Semiramide. PO. Sera S-60058. A- ............................................ 6.00
1589.*HAITINK: Brahms - Serenade #1. ACO. Philips 9500 322. A- to A ............... 7.00
1590. HENSCHEL: Beethoven - Symphony #1 (RPO). FRIED: Beethoven -
       Symphony #2 (BSOO). [Recorded 1926 & 1924 respectively] Past
       Masters PM-17. A- ......................................................................................... 20.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1591. HINDEMITH: Bruckner - Symphony #7. NYP. [concert performance; date
        not given, but he conducted the same piece with CSO around 1962]
        Baton 1003. A-................................................................................................ 25.00
1592.*HORENSTEIN: Mahler - Symphony #6. Stockholm Philharmonic.
        [Live, 1966; Side 4 is a BBC interview of Horenstein by Alan Blyth,
        from 1971] Nonesuch HB-73029(2). A- ........................................................ 11.00
      INGHELBRECHT: See #249 & 807.
1593.*IRVING: Bach-Walton - The Wise Virgins. Scarlatti-Tommasini - The
        Good-Humored Ladies. Concert Arts Orch. Capitol SP-8583. A-(s/s) ....... 12.00
1594. JALAS: Sibelius - Symphony #1; Five Humoresques for Violin & Orch
        (Ignatius). Berlin Radio Orch. [originally recorded by Remington in
        January 1954, but never released; this disc was its first issue] Varese
        Sarabande VC-81043. A-................................................................................ 16.00
1595.*JOCHUM: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies; Coriolan, Fidelio, Leonore
        #1-#3 & Egmont Overtures. ACO. Philips 6770 028(7). A- to A(#1 & #2
        are A- with minor flaws)................................................................................. 40.00
1596. KABASTA: Dohnanyi - Symphonic Minutes. Berger - Legend of Prince
        Eugen. Beethoven - Coriolan Overture. Verdi - Forza Overture. Wagner -
        Traume; Albumblatt. Oswald Kabasta/Munich Phil. [recorded 1938-43]
        Past Masters PM-25. A-.................................................................................. 20.00
1597. KARAJAN: Balakirev - Symphony #1. PO. EMI XLP-60001. A- .................. 12.00
1598.*KARAJAN: Beethoven - Symphony #3. BPO [tulip labels] DGG 138 802.
        A- to A(s/s) ..................................................................................................... 12.00
1599. KARAJAN: Handel - Water Music Suite. Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite.
        PO. [nice cover portrait of Karajan] Angel 35004. A-................................... 18.00
1600.*KARAJAN: Tchaikovsky - Symphonies #1, #2 & #3. BPO. DGG 2709
        101(3). A- to A(c/c; minor box damage, to bottom spine only) ..................... 12.00
1601.*KARAJAN: Wagner - Tristan: Prelude & Liebestod; Tannhauser:
        Overture & Venusberg Music; Lohengrin: Prelude to Act 1. Angel S-
        37097. A- .......................................................................................................... 9.00
      KARAJAN: See also #18, 227, 261, 262, 362, 513, 551, 552, 776-8, 787, 794-6,
                  804, 816, 827, 829, 843, 858, 864, 865, 902, 1251, 1416.
1602.*KEILBERTH: Beethoven - Symphony #3. Hamburg State
        Philharmonic. Telefunken TCS-18003. A-- ................................................... 9.00
1603.*KEILBERTH: Brahms - Symphony #2. BPO. Telefunken 6.42323. A- ......... 10.00
1604.*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
1605. KHAIKIN: Beethoven - Egmont Incidental Music. Vishnevskaya; Bolshoi
        Theatre. Melodiya 10335. A- ........................................................................ 16.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1606. KLEIBER: Beethoven - Symphony #3. Stuttgart Radio Orch. [Dec 31,
       1955] Discocorp RR-392. FS ......................................................................... 13.00
1607. KLEIBER: Stravinsky Fireworks; Fledermaus, Opera Ball & Donna Diana
       Overtures; Rakoczy March; Lachian Dance #1; Beethoven Allegretto
       from Symphony #8 & German Dance #12; Liszt Tarantella. BPO.
       [recorded 1930-33] Past Masters PM-30. A-.................................................. 24.00
1608.*KLEMPERER: Brahms - Symphony #3; Academic Festival Overture. PO.
       Angel S-35545. A-(c/c) .................................................................................... 8.00
1609.*KLEMPERER: Haydn - Symphony #98 & #101. PO. Angel S-35872. A-
       (early U.S. red labels) ..................................................................................... 10.00
1610.*KLEMPERER: Strauss - Don Juan; Till Eulenspiegel; Salome's Dance;
       Tod & Verklarung. PO. [drm; DMM] EMI ED-29 0616 1. A- ....................... 6.00
1611.*KONDRASHIN: Franck Symphony. BVRS. [live] [dig] Philips 6514 119.
       A- to A .............................................................................................................. 9.00
1612.*KUBELIK: Bartok - Concerto for Orchestra. BSO. DGG 2530 479. A- to
       A........................................................................................................................ 8.00
1613.*KUBELIK: Bruckner - Symphony #4. Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. BVRS.
       [dig] CBS D2-35915(2). A-(very nice cover photo of Kubelik) .................... 13.00
1614. KUBELIK: Smetana - Bartered Bride Overture & Dances. Mendelssohn -
       Midsummer Night's Dream excerpts. PO. [German-only notes; nice
       young cover portrait of Kubelik] Electrola WCLP-604. A- ........................... 16.00
1615.*LEVINE: Dvorak - Symphony #9. CSO. [dig] RCA ATC1-4248. A- to
       A(c/c) ................................................................................................................ 9.00
1616.*LEVINE: Smetana - Ma Vlast; Bartered Bride Over & Dances. VPO.
       [dig] DGG R-225014(2). A- to A ................................................................... 13.00
1617.*MACKERRAS: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. LSO [quad] Conn Soc VSQ-
       30021. A-(Recording of Special Merit Stereo Review 6/73) ......................... 10.00
1618. MARKEVITCH: Milhaud - Les Choephores (Moizan; Bouvier; Rehfuss;
       Nollier). Honegger - Symphony #5. Lamoureux Orch. Decca DL-9956.
       A--/B+(sym) ..................................................................................................... 9.00
      MARKEVITCH: See also #361, 773, 779, 814, 817, 818, 820, 845, 845, 1121,
                            1219, 1225 & 1481.
1619.*MARRINER: Copland - Appalachian Spring; 4 Dance Episodes fr Rodeo;
       El Salon Mexico. Mpls. [dig; DMM] EMI ASD-1436501. A- to A ................ 8.00
1620. MENGELBERG: Franck Symphony (ACO; 1940). GIESEKKING
       (piano): Franck - Symphonic Variations (Wood/LPO; 1932). Past
       Masters PM-34. A- ......................................................................................... 18.00
1621. MENGELBERG: STRAUSS - Don Juan (11-9-38). WAGNER -
       Meistersinger Prelude (1940?). SCHUBERT - Rosamunde Overture (11-
       30-38). BERLIOZ - 3 Excerpts from Damnation of Faust (1942?). ACO.
       Past Masters PM-27. A-.................................................................................. 17.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1622. MENGELBERG: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. NYP. [recorded 1928] RCA
       AVM1-2019. A- to A(exceptionally quiet for a U.S. pressing!) .................... 20.00
1623. MENGELBERG: Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings. Mahler - Adagietto
       from Symphony #5. Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. Grieg - Two
       Elegiac Melodies. ACO. [rec 1926-1942] Past Masters PM-35. A- .............. 18.00
1624.*MITROPOULOS: Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet (excerpts). NYP. [very
       scarce in this original issue] Col MS-6023. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels) .. 35.00
1625.*MONTEUX: Beethoven - Symphony #2 & #4. NDR. [The scarcest of the
       late Concert Hall recordings of Monteux in my experience. It is not clear
       where this disc was pressed, but it is in a jacket for Italian distribution,
       with Italian-only notes.] Concert Hall SMS-2332. A- ................................... 25.00
1626. MONTEUX: Beethoven - Symphony #7. NBC Sym. [live; 11/17/53; fold-
       open jacket; notes in Italian only] I Grandi Concerti GCL-28. A- ................. 25.00
1627. MONTEUX: Berlioz - Benvenuto Cellini Overture; Symphonie
       Fantastique. SFSO. [recorded 1952 & 1950] French RCA GM-43359. A-... 25.00
1628. MONTEUX: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique. SFSO. RCA LM-1131. A--
       (moderate tks 1/8-inch mvt 1) ........................................................................ 16.00
1629. MONTEUX: Brahms - Symphony #2. SFSO. [Their 2nd recording of the
       work, 1951] RCA LM-1173. B+ .................................................................... 24.00
1630. MONTEUX: Franck Symphony. SFSO. [The first Monteux/SFSO
       recording, c.1941] Camden CAL-107. B+ to A-(tough to find in such
       good condition) ............................................................................................... 20.00
1631.*MONTEUX: Mozart - Symphonies #35 & #39. NDR. [French pressing;
       French-only notes] Concert Hall SMS-2359. A-(brief lgt snd from mark
       mvt 4, #39) ...................................................................................................... 15.00
1632. MONTEUX: Schubert - Symphony #9. BSO. [Live, in Moscow; Sept 9,
       1956] Melodiya M10-45701 005. A-(very minor cov tape repair) ................ 65.00
1633.*MONTEUX: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. Rimsky-Korsakov -
       Capriccio Espagnole. Mussourgsky - Night on Bald Mountain. N.D.R.
       Hamburg. Vanguard SRV-257 SD. A- ......................................................... 12.00
1634.*MONTEUX: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4, #5 & #6. BSO. British RCA
       LVL3-7530(3). A- to A(lovely British pressings) .......................................... 35.00
1635.*MONTEUX: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. North German Radio Orch.
       [recorded 1963; fold-open jacket] Festival Classique FC-461. A-................. 16.00
1636.*MONTEUX: Wagner - Dutchman Overture; Tannhauser Overture &
       Bacchanale; Tristan Prelude & Liebestod. North German Radio Orch.
       [Fold-open jacket; the program notes give the recording date as October
       1964, while also telling us that Monteux died in June 1964...] Festival
       Classique FC-435. A- ..................................................................................... 15.00
      MONTEUX: See also #41, 332, 866, 870, 870, 961, 964, 972, 980, 999, 1025,
                   1030 & 1761.
LP's: Conductors - continued
1637. MRAVINSKY: Beethoven - Symphonies #6 (1949) & #7 (1958). Mozart -
       Symphony #39 (Stereo; concert performance, 1965). Haydn - Symphony
       #101 (1953). Leningrad Phil. Eurodisc 28 192(3). A- ................................. 35.00
1638. MRAVINSKY: Beethoven - Symphony #4. Weber - Invitation to the
       Dance (Weingartner orchestration); Oberon Overture. Leningrad
       Philharmonic. [recorded 1949 & 1951] Melodiya 02691-2. A- ................... 20.00
1639. MRAVINSKY: Debussy - Two Nocturnes. Leningrad Philharmonic. [In
       generic Melodiya sleeve; very unusual 8-inch LP!] Melodiya 004838/39.
       A-- ................................................................................................................... 20.00
1640.*MRAVINSKY: Honegger - Symphony #3. Bartok - Music for Strings,
       Percussion & Celeste. Leningrad Philharmonic. [live; terrific!] EMI
       ASD-2964. A- to A ......................................................................................... 18.00
1641. MRAVINSKY: Liszt - Mephisto Waltz. Leningrad Phil. GAUK: Liszt -
       Hungarian Rhapsody #9. USSR Sym. [10-inch] Melodiya 1097-98.
       B/B+(blank jacket).......................................................................................... 12.00
1642.*MRAVINSKY: Overtures to Russlan & Ludmilla, Khovantschina, Figaro;
       Introductions to Acts 3 of Lohengrin & Raymonda; Afternoon of a Faun;
       Swan of Tuonela; Baba Yaga. Leningrad Phil. [live, February 1965;
       electrifying!] Melodiya CM-02863-4. A- ....................................................... 25.00
1643. MRAVINSKY: Prokofiev - Symphony #6. Leningrad Phil. Artia ALP-
       158. A- .............................................................................................................. 8.00
1644.*MRAVINSKY: Shostakovich - Symphony #15 (live, 1972; mono).
       Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4 (from DGG original, 1960). Leningrad
       Phil. Melodiya C10-16537-8; Melodiya M10-43653-4(2). A-(moderate
       1/8-inch scr, mvt #2 of Tchaikovsky) ............................................................. 14.00
1645.*MRAVINSKY: Shostakovich - Symphony #6. Sibelius - Symphony #7;
       Swan of Tuonela. Leningrad Philharmonic. [Live concerts, February
       1965] EMI ASD-2805. A- to A ...................................................................... 18.00
1646. MRAVINSKY: Tchaikovsky - Sleeping Beauty Excerpts. Leningrad Phil.
       [10-in] Melodiya 3424-25. A-- ....................................................................... 12.00
1647. MRAVINSKY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4, #5 & #6. Leningrad Phil.
       [very fine copy of the iconic set which first brought Mravinsky's name
       into wide recognition in the West] Decca DXE-142(3). A- ........................... 30.00
1648.*MRAVINSKY: Vienna Festival, 1978: Weber - Oberon Overture.
       Schubert - Symphony #8. Brahms - Symphony #2. Tchaikovsky -
       Symphony #5. Shostakovich - Symphony #5. [Live; June 12th & 13th,
       1978; Musikverein] EMI SLS-5212(4). A- to A ............................................ 50.00
1649.*MUNCH: Faure - Pelleas et Melisande Suite. Ravel - Valses Nobles et
       Sentimentales. Berlioz - Damnation of Faust (3 Excerpts). Phila.
       [Munch's only stereo recording for Columbia, and his only recording
       with Philadelphia] Col MS-6523. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) .......................... 11.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1650. MUNCH: Honegger - Symphony #5. Roussel - Bacchus et Ariane, Suite
       #2. Ravel - Pavan. BSO. RCA LM-1741. A-(few tks beg Pavane &
       Bacchus; s/s) ................................................................................................... 12.00
      MUNCH: See also #37, 971, 987, 991, 1031, 1038, 1108, 1468, 1760 & 1761.
1651. NEEL: Short works of Arne, Faure, Claude Champagne, Elgar(2), Sir
       Ernest MacMillan, Sibelius, Byrd, Marcello, Bach, Norman Symonds &
       Grieg. Hart House Orch. Canadian Library M-1030. A- ............................. 10.00
1652. NYAZI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. CPO. [scarce item!] Supraphon
       SUA-10154. A-- ............................................................................................. 19.00
1653.*ORMANDY: "Greensleeves." Short works of Rachmaninoff, Grieg,
       Schubert, MacDowell, Mascagni, Massenet, Niles. Phila. Col MS-7103.
       A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) ............................................................................ 9.00
1654. ORMANDY: "Virtuosi di Philadelphia." Milhaud: Percussion Concerto.
       Paganini: Moto Perpetuo. Strauss: Serenade for Winds. Brahms:
       Serenade #2 (2 mvts). Gabrieli: Sonata Pian e Forte. Elgar: Pomp &
       Circumstance #1. Phila. [Back has list of Phila personnel c.1956.] Col
       ML-5129. B+("6-eyes" labels) ......................................................................... 6.00
1655.*ORMANDY: Gliere - Symphony #3 ("Ilya Murometz.) Phila. [recorded
       c.1972; the second of their two recordings] RCA LSC-3246. A- .................... 8.00
1656.*ORMANDY: Haydn - Symphony # 96 & 101. Phila. Col MS-6812. A-
       ("2-eyes" labels; scarce disc!) ......................................................................... 20.00
1657.*ORMANDY: Rachmaninov - Symphonic Dances. Casella Paganiniana.
       Phila. Col MS-6205. A- ("6-eyes") ................................................................ 18.00
1658.*ORMANDY: Respighi - Pines & Fountains of Rome. Phila. Col MS-
       6001. A-("6-eyes" labels; s/s) ......................................................................... 12.00
1659.*ORMANDY: Sibelius - Four Legends. Phila. Angel S-37537. A-(demo) ...... 10.00
1660.*ORMANDY: Sibelius - Symphony #2. Phila. A-(2-eyes; minor cov dam) .... 10.00
1661.*ORMANDY: Sibelius - Symphony #7. Respighi - Feste Romane. Phila.
       Col MS-6275. A-("6-eyes" labels; lovely copy!) ........................................... 24.00
1662. ORMANDY: Strauss - Don Quixote. Munroe; Zaratzian; PO. [Released
       c.1958, deleted 1961; presumably recorded in mono only] Col ML-5292.
       A-("6-eyes" labels) ......................................................................................... 16.00
1663.*ORMANDY: A Festival of Marches. American Salute; Radetzky;
       Toreadors; Love for 3 Oranges; Coronation; Turkish; Aida; Stars &
       Stripes; 5 more. Phila. Col MS-6474. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) ............... 9.00
1664.*ORMANDY: Spectaculars! Short, loud pieces by Offenbach(3),
       Tchaikovsky(3), J.Strausses(2), Delibes(3), Ponchielli & Prokofiev.
       Phila. Col MS-6739. A--(early "2-eyes" labels) .............................................. 7.00
      ORMANDY: See also #91, 106, 123, 145, 157, 332, 347, 489, 603, 609,
                   1124, 1135,1166, 1215, 1224, 1229, 1252, 1268, 1274, 1405,
                  1414, 1422, 1423, 1516-7 & 1705.
LP's: Conductors - continued
1665. PFITZNER: Beethoven - Symphony #8 (BPO; 1933). KLEMPERER:
       Weill - Threepenny Opera Suite (BSOO; 1931); Strauss - Don Juan
       (BSOO; 1927). Past Masters PM-31. A- ........................................................ 12.00
1666.*PREVIN: Orff - Carmina Burana. Armstrong; English; Allen; LSO/Cho.
       [quad] Angel S-37117. A-(c/c) ......................................................................... 9.00
1667.*PREVIN: Tchaikovsky 5th. RPO. [dig] Telarc DG-10107. A-(tiny cover
       tear) ................................................................................................................... 8.00
1668. REINER: Beethoven - Symphony #3. CSO. [AUTOGRAPHED by Reiner
       on back cover; never in stereo; the jacket is one of the early ones with the
       notorious typo: Symphony #5, "Eroica"); a real collector's item in more
       ways than one!] [PD; 2S/6S] RCA LM-1899. A--/A-(brief tks mvt 2).......... 65.00
1669. REINER: Brahms - Eight Hungarian Dances. J.Strauss - Roses from the
       South; Treasure Waltz; Wiener Blut. Pittsburgh Sym. Col ML-4116. B ..... 10.00
1670. REINER: Gershwin (arr. Bennett) - Porgy & Bess, Symphonic Picture.
       Pittsburgh Sym. [10-inch; 1st recording; scarce Reiner! - recorded
       March 1945; never on 12-inch LP] Col ML-2019. B+ .................................. 20.00
1671. REINER: Mozart - Divertimento #17; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. CSO.
       [One of the small handful of Reiner/CSO discs not recorded in stereo
       (December 4, 1954 & April 26, 1955; deleted October 1960] [PD labels]
       RCA LM-1966. A-.......................................................................................... 15.00
      REINER: See also #59, 324, 514, 603, 957, 960, 962-3, 967-8, 970, 973,
         977-8, 989, 992, 994-5, 997, 1004, 1007, 1020, 1028, 1036, 1259 & 1762.
1672.*RICHTER: Handel - Concerti Grossi, Op.6 - #3, #4 & #11. Munich Bach
       Orch. Archiv 2533 141. FS .............................................................................. 9.00
1673. RODZINSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. PSOL. West XWN-18541.
       B+ ..................................................................................................................... 9.00
1674.*ROSTROPOVICH: Prokofiev - Symphony #4 & #7. ORTF. [dig] Erato
       NUM-75322. A-(demo copy) ........................................................................... 9.00
1675.*ROZHDESTVENSKY: Bartok - Miraculous Mandarin Suite; Violin
       Rhapsodies #1 & #2 (Cherniakhovsky). Moscow Radio Orch.
       Melodiya CM-02299-300. A- ......................................................................... 10.00
1676. RUDOLF: Haydn - Symphony #57 & #86. Cincinnati Sym. Decca DL-
       10107. A-(AUTOGRAPHED by Rudolf in ink on front cover) .................... 17.00
1677. SACHER: Bach (J.C.) - Sinfonias, Op.18, #1 & #4; Sinfonia Concertante
       for Violin & Cello (Walter Schneiderhahn; Hubner); Concerto for
       Cembalo (Leonhardt). Vienna Sym. Col ML-4869. A- to B+ ..................... 10.00
1678. SACHER: Haydn - Symphonies #53 & #67. Vienna Sym. Epic LC-3038.
       B+ ................................................................................................................... 13.00
1679. SAWALLISCH: Mendelssohn 4th. Brahms - Haydn Variations. Vienna
       Sym. Epic LC-3731. A- .................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1680.*SAWALLISCH: Strauss - Bourgeois Gentilhomme Suite; Waltz Scene
       from Intermezzo. PO. Angel S-35646. A-(earliest U.S. red labels; s/s) ........ 12.00
1681.*SCHERCHEN: "Music for Multiple Orchestras." ORFF - Entrata.
       GABRIELI - Canzon in Primi Toni. BEETHOVEN - Wellington's
       Victory. VSOO. West WST-17013. A-(s/s)................................................... 15.00
1682. SCHERCHEN: Bach - Cantata # 32 & #140. Laszlo; Poell; Kmentt;
       VSOO; Cho. West WL-5122. A- .................................................................... 9.00
1683.*SCHERCHEN: Bach - Cantata # 35 & #42. Stich-Randall; Forrester;
       Young; Boyden; Vienna Radio Orch; Cho. West WST-17080. A-(s/s\) ...... 9.00
1684. SCHERCHEN: Bach - Cantata #198. Laszlo; Rossel-Majdan; Poell;
       Kmentt; VSOO; Akademie Cho. West WL-5123. B(mostly plays A-,
       but some scrs; s/s) ............................................................................................. 6.00
1685. SCHERCHEN: Bach - Cantata #210. Laszlo, soprano; VSOO; Akademie
       Cho. West WL-5138. A-(s/s) ........................................................................... 9.00
1686. SCHERCHEN: Bach - Suites #1 & #2. English Baroque Orch. West
       XWN-18012. A-- .............................................................................................. 9.00
1687. SCHERCHEN: Handel - Concerti Grossi, Op.6: #7-#9. English Baroque
       Orch. West XWN-18084. A- ........................................................................... 8.00
1688.*SCHERCHEN: Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #1, #4 & #5; Battle of Huns.
       VSOO. West WST-14100. A- ........................................................................ 12.00
1689.*SCHERCHEN: Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #2, #3 & #6; Mazeppa.
       VSOO. West WST-14101. A-(s/s) ................................................................. 12.00
1690.*SCHERCHEN: Overtures - William Tell (Rossini) Donna Diana
       Reznicek); Zampa (Herold); Fra Diavolo (Auber). VSOO. Music Guild
       MS-155. A- ....................................................................................................... 9.00
1691. SILVESTRI: Enesco - Sinfonia da Camera pour Douze Instruments,
       Op.33; Dixtour in D for Winds, Op.14. Chamber Ens. [French-only
       notes] Pathe FALP-508. A- ............................................................................ 19.00
1692.*SMETACEK: Rimsky-Korsakov - Suites from Legend of the Invisible
       City of Kitezh; Coq d'Or. Prague Symphony. Parliament PLPS-130. A-- ..... 9.00
1693. SOLTI: Kodaly - Hary Janos Suite. Bartok - Music for Strings, Percussion
       & Celeste. LPO. London LL-1230. A- to B+ ................................................ 10.00
1694. STOKOWSKI: Bach - Brandenburg Concerto #2; Giant Fugue; Toccata &
       Fugue in d; Preludes in e-flat and b from Book 1, The Well-Tempered
       Clavier; Passacaglia & Fugue in c; Two Chorale Preludes. Phila.
       [recorded 1927-1930] dell'Arte DA-9001. FS ................................................ 12.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1695. STOKOWSKI: Centennial Celebration for Stokowski & Stravinsky.
       Philadelphia Orchestra limited edition fold-open album (with fine notes
       by Richard Freed) for its 1982 fund-raising Marathon of Stokowski's
       Phila recordings of Le Sacre du Printemps (from M-74; recorded 1927 &
       1929); Petrouchka (from M-574; recorded 1937); and Firebird Suite (the
       notes in the album contradict themselves regarding which of the three
       Stoky/Phila Firebird Suite recordings [1924, 1927 or 1935] this is; clearly
       it is not the acoustic 1924 one, but the back cover states M-53 from 1927,
       whereas the inside notes state M-291 from 1935. But my dutiful
       correspondent Rich Kaplan has done his listening homework and
       confirms it as the 1927 version!] RCA DPM2-0534(2). A-(pristine copy!) .. 50.00
1696.*STOKOWSKI: Falla - El Amor Brujo (Verrett). Wagner - Love Music
       from Tristan & Isolde (Acts 2 & 3). Phila. ["An Historic Reunion,
       Philadelphia, 1960"] Col MS-6147. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels) .............. 20.00
1697.*STOKOWSKI: Ives - Symphony #4. Stokowski/American Sym. Col MS-
       6775. A-("2-eyes" labels; s/s) ......................................................................... 12.00
1698.*STOKOWSKI: Khachaturian - Symphony #3 ("Symphony-Poem").
       Rimsky-Korsakov - Russian Easter Overture. CSO. RCA LSC-3067. A- .... 12.00
1699.*STOKOWSKI: Wagner - Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music;
       Brunnhilde's Immolation. LSO. RCA ARL1-1317. A- ................................. 12.00
1700. STOKOWSKI: The String Orchestra: Short works of Bach, Handel,
       Gluck, Purcell, Boccherini, Turina (La Oracion de Torero), Berger
       (Rondino Giocoso) & Tchaikovsky. Orch. [obscure release - first copy
       I've had] Capitol P-8458. A-(slight cover stains) ........................................... 12.00
      STOKOWSKI: See also #76, 158, 159, 232, 332, 1018, 1113 & 1413.
1701.*SVETLANOV: Balakirev - Incidental Music to King Lear; In Bohemia
       (symphonic poem). USSR Sym. Melodiya C10-21323 005. A- ...................... 9.00
1702.*SZELL: "One Hundred Men and a Perfectionist." Nine overtures, dances
       & complete movements from CO recordings. Col SOG-5. A- ........................ 9.00
1703.*SZELL: Beethoven Overtures - Leonores #1-#3; Fidelio. CO. Col MS-
       7068. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) .................................................................. 9.00
1704.*SZELL: Haydn - Symphony #95 & #96. CO. Col M-30366. A-..................... 10.00
1705. SZELL: Hindemith - Symphonic Metamorphoses on Themes of Weber
       (CO). ORMANDY: Hindemith - Nobilissima Visione (Phila). [The Szell
       was recorded November 25, 1947; not to be confused with their stereo
       remake. The Ormandy side was also recorded in 1947.] Col ML-4177.
       B(Nobilissima is B+) ...................................................................................... 10.00
1706.*SZELL: Kodaly - Hary Janos Suite. Prokofiev - Lt. Kije Suite. CO. Col
       MS-7408. A- ..................................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1707. SZELL: Schumann - Symphony #4. CO. [10-inch; recorded November 26,
       1947; not to be confused with Szell's two later recordings of the work in
       1955 & 1960] Col ML-2040. B to B+ ............................................................ 15.00
1708.*SZELL: Wagner Overtures - Dutchman, Faust & Rienzi; Prelude to Act I
       of Lohengrin. CO. Col MS-6884. A-("2-eyes" labels; s/s) ............................ 10.00
      SZELL: See also #574, 867, 1255, 1255, 1255, 1357, 1515.
1709. TALICH: Dvorak - Two Waltzes: Op.54, #1 & #2 (Prague Soloists
       Orch); The Midday Witch; The Golden Spinning Wheel (CPO). [I don't
       believe the Waltzes were ever issued in the US in any other form - very
       scarce Talich morsels!] Urania URLP-7073. A--(but three short scratches
       cause brief ticks) ............................................................................................. 13.00
1710. TALICH: Novak - Slovak Suite. ANCERL: Novak - In the Tatras. CPO
       (both). Supra SUA-10254. A-......................................................................... 25.00
1711. TALICH: Suk - Serenade for Strings. [CPO] Supraphon DV-5001. A-
       (Czech notes; minor cov tape repair) .............................................................. 21.00
1712.*TENNSTEDT: Mahler - Symphony #1. LPO. [quad] Angel S-37508. A- ....... 8.00
1713. 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. Toscanini Soc
       ATS-1041. A- ................................................................................................. 14.00
1714. TOSCANINI: Brahms - Symphony #3. NBC Sym. [notes in Italian only]
       Italian RCA VL-45824. A- to A(silky pressing) ............................................ 12.00
1715. TOSCANINI: Cherubini - Anacreon Overture. Debussy - Prelude to the
       Afternoon of a Faun. Dukas - Sorcerer's Apprentice. Haydn - Symphony
       #101. Hague Phil. [Live, 1938] dell'Arte DA-9007. FS ................................ 18.00
1716. TOSCANINI: Dvorak - Symphonic Variations (1951). Rossini - String
       Sonata #3 (1952). Vivaldi - Concerto Grosso, Op.3, #11 (1954). NBC
       Sym. [Live, 1951-54] dell'Arte DA-9008. A- to A ........................................ 12.00
1717. TOSCANINI: Respighi - Pines & Fountains of Rome. NBC Sym. [In
       pristine early deluxe fold-open album with full-page 12"x12" black and
       white photos of all the pines and fountains included in the work (and then
       some!) plus notes by Vincent Sheean] RCA LM-1768. B++(s/s) .................. 19.00
1718. TOSCANINI: Rossini Overtures - William Tell (boom!), Gazza Ladra, Il
       Signor Bruschino, Semiramide, Cenerentola & Barber of Seville. NBC
       Sym. [notes in Italian only] Italian RCA VL-45807. A- to A ........................ 12.00
1719. TOSCANINI: ROUSSEL - Spider's Feast. DUKAS - Arianne et Barbe-
       bleu Suite. RAVEL - La Valse. FRANCK - Redemption. BIZET - Jolie
       Fille de Perth Suite; L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & 2. NBC (NBC Cho in
       Dukas). [Live, 1943-52] Fonit Cetra ARK-11(2). A- to A ............................ 24.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1720. TOSCANINI: Verdi - Overtures to Vespri, Forza, Luisa Miller; Rigoletto:
       Act IV complete; Hymn of Nations; Lombardi: Act 3 Trio; exc fr Luisa
       Miller, Nabucco & Otello. Soloists include Warren, Milanov, Peerce,
       Moscona; all with NBC Sym. [SD labels] RCA LM-6041(2). A-- ............... 13.00
      TOSCANINI: See also #35-6, 56, 233, 239, 243, 248, 258-9, 271-3, 283, 302,
                     332, 350, 352, 512, 532, 545, 988, 993, 1024.
1721.+TUXEN: Sibelius - Symphony #5; Finlandia. JENSEN: Sibelius - Karelia
       Suite. Danish State Radio Orch. Decca ECS-502. A- ................................... 6.00
1722. VAN KEMPEN: Overtures - William Tell; Barber of Seville; Daughter of
       the Regiment. Lamoureux Orch. Marches - Marche Slav; Marche
       Militaire; Radetzky. ACO. Epic LC-3349. A-(s/s) ........................................ 12.00
1723. VAN REMOORTEL: Beethoven - 12 German Dances. Mozart - 12
       German Dances, K.586. Stuttgart Pro Musica. Vox PL-10100. A- ............ 10.00
1724. VON HAUSEGGER: Bruckner - Symphony #9. Munich Phil. [recorded
       1938] Past Masters PM-13. A- ....................................................................... 18.00
1725. WAGNER: (Siegfried): His own overture to Der Barenhauter, plus works
       of Richard Wagner: Rheingold - Entrance of Gods; Walkure - Ride;
       Wotan's Farewell & Magic Fire Music; Lohengrin - Act I Prelude;
       Tannhauser - Entrance of the Guests; Tristan - Prelude & Liebestod;
       Parsifal - Act 3 Prelude & Good Friday Spell; Huldigungsmarsch;
       Siegfried Idyll. LSO; BSOO; Bayreuth Festival Orch. [recorded 1925-
       27] Electrola 1C147-30 647/48(2). A- to A ................................................... 25.00
1726.*WALTER: Mahler - Symphony #1. Columbia Symphony. [lovely
       German pressing; German-only notes] A- to A.............................................. 18.00
1727.*WALTER: Mahler - Symphony #2. Cundari; Forrester; NYP;
       Westminster Choir. Col M2S-601(2). A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ................. 30.00
1728.*WALTER: Mozart - Symphony #35 & #41. Col Sym. Col MS-6255. A-
       (minor cover scuffs) ........................................................................................ 12.00
1729.*WALTER: Mozart - Symphony #36 & #39. Col Sym. Col MS-6493. A-
       (early "2-eyes" labels) ..................................................................................... 16.00
1730. WALTER: Mozart - Symphony #38 & #39; Overtures: Finta Giardiniera;
       Nozze de Figaro; Clemenza di Tito. VPO (in #38, Clemenza & Finta);
       British Sym (in Nozze); BBC Sym (in #39). [recorded 1933-38] Turn
       THS-65063. A- ............................................................................................... 13.00
1731.*WALTER: Mozart - Symphony #38 & #40. Col Sym. Col MS-6494. A-
       (early "2-eyes" labels) ..................................................................................... 14.00
1732.*WALTER: Overtures - Meistersinger; Academic Festival; Coriolan;
       Leonore #2. Col Sym. Col MS-6487. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ................... 16.00
      WALTER: See also #92, 160, 288 & 1348.
1733. WEINGARTNER: Bach - Suite #3. Mozart - Symphony #39. Boccherini -
       Minuet. RPO (Mozart); PCO (rest). Past Masters PM-1. A- ........................ 20.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1734. WEINGARTNER: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique. LSO. [recorded
       1925] Past Masters PM-10. A- .......................................................................                24.00
1735. WEINGARTNER: Brahms - Academic Festival Overture (LSO). Weber -
       Freischutz Overture; Schubert - Rosamunde Entr'acte #3 (Basle
       Conservatory Orch). Wagner - Tristan Liebestod (Col Sym, 1913).
       Wagner - Gotterdammerung, Funeral Music (PCO). Beethoven - Egmont
       Overture (VPO). [recorded 1913; 1928-39] Past Masters PM-12. A- ...........                                         18.00
      WEINGARTNER: See also #289 & 1513.
1736. WELDON: Russlan & Ludmilla (City of Birmingham Sym) & Orpheus
       in Hades (PO). HEWARD: Fledermaus & Prince Igor (Halle).
       SARGENT: Hebrides (Halle). [quite obscure overtures disc] Entre RL-
       3072. B++ .......................................................................................................   13.00
1737. ZEMLINSKY: Overtures - Don Giovanni, Cosi, Entfuhrung, Fidelio,
       Gazza Ladra, Alessandro Stradella, Dragons de Villars; Polka from
       Schwanda; The Moldau. Misc German Orchestras. [recorded 1928-30]
       Schwann MM-4001. A- ..................................................................................              18.00
1738.*ZINMAN: Bach (J.C.) - Six Sinfonias, Op.18 (complete); Sinfonia
       Concertante; Sinfonia, Op.9, #2. Netherlands Ch Orch. Philips 6780
       025(2). A- to A(demo copy) ...........................................................................              10.00

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DVD's: Violinists
1739. FRANCESCATTI: Beethoven Sonatas #9 & #10; Romances #1 & #2;
       short pieces by Samazeuilh & Bazzini. Bagnoli, piano; 1970 & 1961.
       CASADESUS (piano): Beethoven Sonatas #7 & #28 (1970). Ravel
       Sonatine. Debussy - Three Preludes. Chabrier - Bourree Fantasque.
       (1960) EMI DVB-5996929. ...........................................................................                  12.00
1740. GRUMIAUX: Mendelssohn Concerto (Rosenthal/ORTF). Beethoven
       Concerto (Dorati/ORTF). Paganini Caprice #14. Bloch - Baal Shem: II
       Nigun (Chometon, piano). [rec 1961-67] GITLIS: Saint-Saens -
       Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso (Pludermacher, piano; 1971). EMI
       DVB-4904469.................................................................................................         12.00
1741. KOGAN: Beethoven Concerto (de Froment/ORTF). Works of Handel.
       Debussy & Shostakovich (Mytnik, piano). Bach Partita BWV 1004,
       Sarabande. Leclair Sonata for Two Violins (Elizaveta Gilels-Kogan).
       Works of Brahms, Paganini & Falla (Naum Walter, piano). [recorded
       1962-68] EMI DVB-4928359. .......................................................................                    12.00
1742. MENUHIN: Beethoven Concerto (Davis/LSO). Mozart Concerto #3
       (Menuhin/ORTF). Bruch Concerto (Fricsay/Berlin Radio). Beethoven
       Romance in F (Boult/LPO). [rec 1961-67] EMI DVB-4928459. .................                                           12.00
1743. MENUHIN: Sonatas by Bartok, Enesco (#3) & Franck; Mendelssohn
       Variations Serieuses (Hephzibah Menuhin, piano). Schubert - Piano
       Trio #1 (Hephzibah Menuhin; Maurice Gendron). Bartok - Contrasts
       (King, clarinet; Jeremy Menuhin, piano). [rec 1960-72] EMI DVB-
       4904529. .........................................................................................................   12.00
1744. MENUHIN: The Violin of the Century. Documentary film by Bruno
       Monsaingeon. Lots of music and many musicians featured. EMI DVB-
       4923639. .........................................................................................................   12.00
1745.*MUTTER: Beethoven Sonatas (complete). Orkis, piano. [includes
       documentary film, "A Life With Beethoven"] DGG 073 014-9(2). ...............                                         18.00
DVD's: Cellists
1746. FOURNIER: Schumann Concerto (Martinon/ORTF). Saint-Saens
       Concerto (Girard/ORTF). Beethoven Sonatas, Op.102, 1 & #2; Judas
       Maccabaeus Variations. Chopin - Introduction & Polonaise, Op.3.
       Fonda, piano. [rec 1965-70] GENDRON: Debussy Sonata (Ivaldi,
       piano; 1967). EMI DVB-5996949. ................................................................... 1.00
1747. ROSTROPOVICH: Beethoven Sonatas (complete). Richter, piano
       (Edinburgh, 1964). Richter also plays Mendelssohn Variations Serieuses
       (Moscow, 1966). EMI DVA-4928499. .......................................................... 12.00

DVD's: Pianists
1748.*ARGERICH: Mozart Sonata for Piano Four Hands, K.381 (Economou).
       Schumann Phantasiestucke (Maisky, cello). Rachmaninoff - Suite for
       Two Pianos, #2; Ravel - La Valse (Freier). Pioneer Classics PC-10356. .....                                          12.00
1749. ARRAU: Schumann Concerto (Hurst/LPO) and Carnaval. Beethoven
       Sonata #32. [rec 1961-70] SOLOMON: Beethoven Sonata #23 (1956).
       EMI DVB-4928399. .......................................................................................             12.00
1750. BRENDEL: Beethoven - Sonata #29; Two Bagatelles (rec 1970).
       KATCHEN: Schubert - Wanderer Fantasy (rec 1967). EMI DVA-
       4901239. .........................................................................................................   12.00
1751. CZIFFRA: Chopin - Polonaise, Scherzo, Impromptu. Liszt -
       Transcendental Etude #10; Hungarian Rhapsody #6; Gnomenreigen;
       Valse-Impromptu; Grand Galop. Franck Symphonic Variations (G.
       Cziffra, Jr/ORTF). [rec 1961-65] MOISEIWITSCH: Wagner/Liszt -
       Tannhauser Overture (1954). EMI DVA-4906829. .......................................                                 12.00
1752.*GULDA: Mozart Concerti #20 & #26. Gulda/Munich Phil. [w/interview]
       Pioneer Classics PC-99-103. ..........................................................................               12.00
1753. KEMPFF: Schumann - Arabeske; Papillons; Davidsbundlertanze.
       Beethoven - Sonatas #14, #17 & #27. [rec 1961-70] DINO CIANI: Short
       works of Schumann & Bartok. [1967] EMI DVB-4904489. .........................                                        12.00
1754. MICHELANGELI: Beethoven Sonata #3 (1970). RICHTER: Brahms
       Intermezzo, Op.116, #5. Prokofiev Sonata #2. Ravel - Jeux d'eau;
       Alborada (1964). VAI DVD-4213..................................................................                      12.00
DVD's: Conductors
1755.*ABBADO: Beethoven - Symphony #1, #6 & #8. BPO. [recorded in Rome,
       2001] Euroarts 20 5116 9. ..............................................................................         12.00
1756.*ABBADO: Beethoven - Symphony #2 & #5. BPO. [recorded in Rome,
       2001] Euroarts 20 5115 9. ..............................................................................         12.00
1757.*ABBADO: Beethoven - Symphony #3 & #9. Mattilda; Urmana; Moser;
       Schulte; Swedish Radio Cho; Erison Ch Cho (in #9); BPO. [Rome,
       2001(#3) & Berlin, 2000(#9)] Euroarts 20 5113 9. ........................................                        12.00
1758.*ABBADO: Beethoven - Symphony #4 & #7. BPO. [recorded in Rome,
       2001] Euroarts 20 5117 9. ..............................................................................         12.00
1759. BARBIROLLI: Delius - Walk to Paradise Garden. Barbirolli (arr.) -
       Elizabethan Suite. Walton - Partita. Brahms 2nd. BSO. [Sanders Theatre,
       Harvard; Feb 3, 1959] VAI DVD-4304..........................................................                     12.00
1760.*MUNCH: Berlioz - L'Enfance du Christ. McCollum; Kopleff; Uppman;
       Gramm; BSO; Harvard Glee Club; Radcliffe Choral Soc. [Dec 13,
       1966] VAI DVD-4303. ...................................................................................          20.00
1761. MUNCH: Rameau/D'Indy - Dardanus Suite. Berlioz - Royal Hunt &
       Storm. Ravel - Valses Nobles et Sentimentales; La Valse. MONTEUX:
       Beethoven 8th. Wagner - Meistersinger Act III Prelude. Berlioz - Roman
       Carnival Overture. CSO in all, from 1961 (Monteux) and 1963 (Munch).
       VAI DVD-4226. .............................................................................................      16.00
1762. REINER: Mozart 39th. Debussy - Petite Suite. Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker
       & Sleeping Beauty Waltzes Bach/Weiner - Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in
       C. Beethoven 2nd. CSO. (1953 & 1954) VAI DVD-4287. ...........................                                   12.00

Laser Discs: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire
1763. WAGNER: The Ring of the Nibelungen. Kollo; Tear; Varady;
       Wlaschina; Behrens; Schunk; Schwarz; Sawallisch/Bavarian
       Staatsoper. [recorded November & December of 1989; Bavarian
       Staatsoper, Munich; notes almost entire in Japanese; NL; 12 laserdiscs in
       lovely black velvet box] Toshiba BLC-1001 & Toshiba TOLW-3601-
       11(12). ........................................................................................................... 100.00

I hope you have enjoyed an enjoyable browse through this catalog, and with
             luck perhaps have found something you've been seeking.

                                        Good Listening Always!

- Lawrence H. Jones

				
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