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					                     POLYPHONY
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                        Lawrence H. Jones, Proprietor

                              Auction Catalog #114
                                   [Closing June 7th, 2010]

Dear Fellow Record Collectors -
                         WELCOME TO THE ONLINE VERSION
                      OF POLYPHONY’S AUCTION CATALOG #114!
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, June 7th, 2010.
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, June 7th, 2010 (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, June 7th. 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    -    35
                   2-Track Tapes; 4-Track Londons, Mercuries……..       #    36    -    39
                   Londons; Mercuries; RCA’s; Misc Audiophile.......   #    40    -    93
                   Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire & Chamber…..     #    94    -   108
                   Collections, Violin, Piano……………………..…..             #   109    -   123
                   Conductors…………..……………………….……                        #   124    -   141
                   Musicals; Misc Non-Classical ………….………..             #   142    -   233

Books:             Operatic Subjects…………………………..……..                   #    234   -   269
                   Vocalist Biographies & Related…………………..             #    270   -   293
                   Composer Biographies and Related…………..…..           #   294    -   321
                   Books by and about Musicians……………….…..              #   322    -   416
                   Books about Records & Recording……………….              #   417    -   434
                   Misacellaneous Musical Subjects…………………              #   435    -   474
                   Conductors……….……………………….………                         #   475    -   478

LP’s:              Operas/Choral/Vocal: Complete; Exc; Collections.. # 479 - 665
                   Vocalists………………………………………….. # 666 - 767
                   Audiophile & Special Labels…………………... # 768 - 1116
                           Angels…………………..            # 768 - 794
                           Londons ………………..           # 795 - 836
                           Mercury…………………             # 837 - 861
                           RCA…………………….               # 862 - 1073
                           Misc……………………..             #1074 - 1116
                   Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire…………….….. #1117 - 1298
                   Chamber Music………………………………......... #1299 - 1354
                   Violin; Cello………….……….………….………… #1355 - 1433
                   Piano; Organ……………………..…………..…..… #1434 - 1547
                   Conductors………………………………………… #1548 - 1763
                   Film Music………………………………………… #1764 - 1768




         Listings begin on the next page >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
                                                      Open Reel Pre-Recorded Tapes

I have not auditioned all of the tapes below, but those to which I have listened are in excellent condition,
and all are so guaranteed (understanding that early 2-track tapes are delicate and require very careful
handling). When a listing contains more music than would fit on a single LP, I have indicated the LP
equivalent in parentheses as I do with the record listings; I am no longer counting the reels also. Tapes are
7 1/2 ips, 4-Track, non-Dolby and include libretti for vocal works unless otherwise indicated. With some
of the rarer Barclay-Crocker issues I have placed a number at the end of the listing indicating the total
number of copies of the tape ever made. In one of their last flyers, BC published these numbers to give an
idea of which items were particularly scarce. For those of you with a particular interest in the Barclay
Crockers, here's where they are in the listings: #4, 13, 95, 97, 103, 115 & 199. With some of the
"audiophile" material I have noted reviews or comments I have found of a tape's LP counterpart (or the tape
itself) in The Absolute Sound by the letters TAS followed by issue number, colon, page number (i.e.
58:139). The following codes also apply:

                3 3/4 = 3 3/4 ips            D = Dolby             NL = No Libretto             BC = Barclay Crocker issue
Open Reel's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire
1.*BERLIOZ: Beatrice et Benedict. Cantelo; Veasey; Watts; Mithinson; Cameron; Shirley-Quirk;
      Davis/LSO; St. Anthony Singers. London EOH-96001(2). (no libretto included) ...................                                              20.00
2.*BIZET: Carmen. Horne; McCracken; Krause; Gramm; Bernstein/Metropolitan Opera. [D]
      DGG 47043(3). ............................................................................................................................   24.00
3.*GILBERT & SULLIVAN: Mikado. Brannigan; Lewis; Evans; Wallace; Cameron; Morison;
      Sinclair; Sargent/Pro Arte Orch; Glyndebourne Fest Cho. [3 3/4] Angel Y2S-3573(2).
      (includes LP-sized libretto)...........................................................................................................      12.00
4.*GRIEG: Landkjenning; Olav Trygvason (excerpts). Hansli; Hanssen; Carlsen; Dreier/LSO;
      Cho. [D; BC; 435 copies made] Unicorn E-0364. ........................................................................                       12.00
5.*MACHAUT: Notre Dame Mass. PEROTIN: Viderunt Omnes Sederunt Principes. Deller;
      Brown; English; Bevan; Deller Consort. Van VTC-1644. .........................................................                               16.00
6.*MASSENET: Therese. Tourangeau; Davies; Quilco; Bonynge/NPO. [D; LP-sized libretto]
      London L-41165. ..........................................................................................................................   12.00
7.*MOZART: Magic Flute (excerpts). Lipp; Gueden; Berry; Simoneau; Ludwig; Loose;
      Bohm/VPO; VSO Cho. Cosi fan Tutte (excerpts). Della Casa; Ludwig; Loose; Kunz;
      Dermota; Schoeffler; Bohm/VPO; VSO Cho. [FFST box] London LO-90012(2). (box
      water-stained & wrinkled; tape unplayed) ....................................................................................                16.00
8.*MOZART: Marriage of Figaro. Wixell; Norman; Freni; Minton; Ganzarolli; Casula; Tear;
      Davis/BBC Sym & Cho. Philips R-7014(3). ...............................................................................                      20.00
9.*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. Scarce, historic recording - the first copy I've
      ever seen on tape.] RCA FTC-7006(2). ........................................................................................                45.00
10.*ORFF: Der Mond. Buchner; Teschler; Lunow; Klotz; Terzibaschian; Kegel/Leipzig Radio
      Orch & Cho. [D] Philips I-47083(2). (with LP-sized libretto) ...................................................                             20.00
Open Reel's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire - continued
11.*PUCCINI: La Rondine. Moffo; Barioni; Sereni; Sciutti; De Palma; Molinari-Pradelli/RCA
      Italiana. [3 3/4; NL] RCA TR3-5017(2). FS ...............................................................................                            10.00
12.*RACHMANINOFF: The Bells; Three Russian Songs. Curtin; Shirley; Devlin;
      Ormandy/Phila; Cho. [D] RCA ERP1-0193-A. .........................................................................                                   16.00
13.*RAMEAU: Les Paladins (exc from the opera-ballet). Rodde; Benoit; Farge; Malgoire/La
      Grande Ecurie et La Chambre du Roy Ens. [D; BC; only 168 copies duplicated - my last
      copy sold in 1996!] Van D-0318. .................................................................................................                    35.00
14.*ROSSINI: Barber of Seville. de los Angeles; Alva; Bruscantini; Cava; Wallace; Gui/RPO;
      Glyndebourne Festival Chorus. Angel ZC-3638(3). (with LP-sized libretto) ..........................                                                  18.00
15.*SCHONBERG: Moses und Aron. Reich; Devos; Csapo; Obrowsky; Lucas; Salter;
      Gielen/Austrian Radio. [D; with LP-sized libretto] Philips I-47084(2). ....................................                                          16.00
16.*SCHUMANN: Faust (Scenes). Fischer-Dieskau; Harwood; Shirley-Quirk; Pears; Vyvyan;
      Palmer; Britten/ECO. [D; w/LP-sized libretto] London D-412100(2). ......................................                                             20.00
17.*STRAUSS: Salome. Jones; Fischer-Dieskau; Dunn; Cassily; Bohm/Hamburg Opera. DG
      7052(2). .........................................................................................................................................   20.00
18.*VERDI: Nabucco. Gobbi; Suliotis; Cava; Prevedi; Gardelli/Vienna Opera Orch; VSO Cho.
      London LOR-90118(3). (spine label missing)..............................................................................                             11.00
19.*WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Bailey; Kollo; Hamari; Weikl; Moll; Bode; Solti/VPO; Cho.
      [D] London OSAO-1512-Z-FP(5). (includes libretto) .................................................................                                  32.00
20.*WAGNER: Flying Dutchman. Ridderbusch; Jones; Esser; Wagner; Ek; Stewart;
      Bohm/Bayreuth, 1971. [D] DGG R-47040(3). ...........................................................................                                 20.00
21.*WAGNER: Parsifal. Kollo; Ludwig; Fischer-Dieskau; Frick; Hotter; Kelemen; Solti/VPO. [D;
      with LP-sized libretto] London U-41510(5). ................................................................................                          25.00
22.*WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde. Windgassen; Nilsson; Talvela; Waechter; Ludwig; Schreier;
      Bohm/Bayreuth Festival. [live, 1966] DGG DG-9225(5). (includes libretto) ...........................                                                 25.00
23.*WALTON: Belshazzar's Feast; Coronation Te Deum. Luxon; Solti/LPO; Cho. [D] [I haven't
      seen a copy of this since 1991!] London OSO-26525. .................................................................                                 16.00
Open Reel's: Vocalists
25.*CABALLE: Puccini Arias - Turandot; Butterfly; Manon L; Gianni; Tosca; Boheme(2); Villi;
      Rondine. Mackerras/LSO. Angel L-36711. ...............................................................................                               12.00
26.*DOMINGO: "Christmas with Placido Domingo." Holdridge/Vienna Sym. CBS 1R1-7386.
      (first copy I've ever seen of this!) .................................................................................................               16.00
27.*FARRELL: Puccini Arias - La Rondine, Manon Lescaut, Boheme, Gianni Schicchi, Butterfly,
      Tosca & Turandot. Rudolf/Col Sym. Col MQ-358. ....................................................................                                   12.00
28.*FARRELL: I've Got a Right to Sing the Blues! Twelve popular songs including September
      Song, On the Sunny Side of the Street, Blues in the Night, Old Devil Moon. Luther
      Henderson/Orch. Col CQ-343. ...................................................................................................                      12.00
29.*FRENI: Puccini Arias - Boheme(2), Tosca, Suor, Gianni Schicchi, Manon Lescaut, Rondine,
      Turandot(2), Butterfly(2). Misc orchs. [3 3/4 ips] Angel Y1S-36449. FS ..................................                                            10.00
30.*PAVAROTTI: "O Holy Night" (11 Sacred Songs). Adler/National Phil; Wandsworth Boys
      Cho; London Voices. [D] London OSO-26473. .........................................................................                                  12.00
31.*SILLS: Music of Victor Herbert. Kostelanetz/LSO. Angel 1R1-6500. ..........................................                                            12.00
32.*SILLS: Beverly Sills Concert. With Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society (DePeyer;
      Parnas; Robison; Treger; Wadsworth). Works of Adam, Schubert, Caldara, Arne, Handel &
      Bishop. Audio Treas L-2011. .......................................................................................................                  16.00
33.*TUCKER: In Memoriam, Vol. 1. Arias - Rigoletto, Aida, Luisa, Manon Lescaut(2), Tosca,
      Turandot(2), Boheme, Fanciulla, Andrea, Gioconda, Pag, Pecheurs, Carmen, Africaine, Cid,
      Joseph, Juive. Col R21-6441(2)....................................................................................................                   20.00
34.*TUCKER: In Memoriam, Vol. 2. Songs by Giordano, Torelli, Gluck, Rossini, Falvo, Anon,
      Sieczynski, Lehar, Heuberger, Rodgers, Bock; 5 works as cantor. Col R12-6441. .....................                                                  12.00
Open Reel's: Vocalists - Duets
35.*TUCKER/MERRILL: Duets from Gioconda, Forza(2), Pecheurs, Otello. MERRILL alone:
      Africana, Giovanni, Figaro, Andrea, Zaza, Otello, Traviata, Fiddler. TUCKER alone: Mozart
      K.431, Vespri, Elisir, Cav; Songs of Leoncavallo & Goldfadden. George Schick, piano.
      [Live, Carnegie Hall][D] London J-490232(2). ........................................................................... 14.00
Open Reel's: 2-Track Classical Tapes
36.*MERCURY MWS5-14: MARCHING ALONG - Marches by Sousa: U.S.Field Artillery; The
      Thunderer; Washington Post; King Cotton; El Capitan; Stars & Stripes Forever.
      Fennell/EWE. (first copy I've ever had of this one!) ................................................................... 32.00
37.*RCA ACS-107: A MIGHTY FORTRESS - Five Protestant Hymns (A Mighty Fortress; Fairest
      Lord Jesus; Prayer of Thanksgiving; All Creatures of Our God & King; All People that on
      Earth Do Dwell). Shaw/His Chorale. [five of the thirteen hymns included on LSC-2199; the
      original owner of this tape has apparently recorded six of the other hymns (not sure if from a
      mono or stereo copy) from the LP and wound them on an added length of tape to this reel]
      (the first copy of this tape I've seen) ............................................................................................. 32.00
Open Reel's: 2-Track Popular Tapes
38.*RCA APS-212: THE COLDSTREAM GUARDS - Marching Down Broadway. ........................... 15.00
39.*WESTMINSTER-SONOTAPE SWB-7018: FRIML - Donkey Serenade; Vagabond King; Only
      a Rose; Sympathy; Giannina Mia. Rudolf Friml/His Orch........................................................ 15.00
Open Reel's: Londons
40.*CSO-6997-A: PROKOFIEV - Violin Concerti #1 & #2. Chung; Previn/LSO. [Mallinson &
       Raeburn; Moorfoot & Lock; Kingsway Hall][D] ......................................................................... 14.00
41.*E-46721: DVORAK - Golden Spinning Wheel; Symphonic Variations. Kertesz/LSO. [D] .......... 12.00
42.*I-42236(2): DELIBES - Sylvia. Bonynge/NPO. [D; Woolcock; Wilkinson; with LP-sized
       booklet] ......................................................................................................................................... 24.00
43.*K-42226(2): ADAM - Giselle (complete). Bonynge/Monte Carlo Opera Orch. [D] (w/LP-
       sized booklet) ................................................................................................................................ 18.00
44.*K-490211(2): MAHLER - Symphony #8. Harper; Popp; Minton; Watts; Auger; Kollo; Shirley-
       Quirk; Talvela; Solti/CSO; Vienna Choruses. [D] [TAS 44:169; 47:148] ................................ 20.00
45.*L-480268: DVORAK - Water Goblin; Noonday Witch; Hussite & My Home Overtures.
       Kertesz/LSO. [D] ......................................................................................................................... 15.00
46.*L-70196: HITS FROM THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL - March Slav; Bolero; Carmen Preludes
       (2); Forza and Poet & Peasant Overtures. Mehta/LAPO. (first copy I've seen of this on
       tape!) ............................................................................................................................................. 16.00
47.*L-80251: SCRIABIN - Prometheus, Poem of Fire; Piano Concerto. Ashkenazy; Maazel/LPO. .... 1.00
48.*LCL-80202: SCRIABIN - Poeme d'Extase. SCHOENBERG - Verklarte Nacht. Mehta/LAPO. .. 12.00
49.*LPM-70022: GREAT FILM THEMES - Stanley Black - His Piano & Orchestra. [FFST box] ..... 12.00
50.*RICHMOND RPH-45004: FRANK CHACKSFIELD - Medleys from Carousel & Oklahoma. . 12.00
Open Reel's: London Phase-4 Stereo
51.*L-475083: THE ART OF FLAMENCO GUITAR. Paco Pena. [D] ................................................                                             14.00
52.*LCL-75011: OFFENBACH - Gaite Parisienne. Munch/NPO. [TAS 39:132] ................................                                                 12.00
53.*LCL-75017: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #5. Stokowski/NPO. .................................................                                            16.00
54.*LPL-74066: FRANK CHACKSFIELD - The New Limelight. .......................................................                                         10.00
55.*LPL-74087: FRANK CHACKSFIELD - Hawaii.............................................................................                                12.00
56.*LPL-74110: THE FRENCH TOUCH. Maurice Larcange, accordian; Roland Shaw Orch.
      [D'Amato & Steckler; Lilley] .......................................................................................................            12.00
57.*LPL-74120: ISRAEL 20. Honoring the 20th anniversary of the founding of the state of Israel.
      Molly Picon etc; Stanley Black/London Festival Orch & Emmauel Fisher Choir. ..............                                                      15.00
Open Reel's: Mercuries
58.*ST-3-12: GALAXY - Music from Nine Great Orchestras. Sampler of single tracks from albums
      by Quincy Jones, Xavier Cugat, Pete Rugolo, David Carroll, Mike Simpson, Clebanoff
      Strings, Hal Mooney, Richard Hayman & Frederick Fennell................................................ 16.00
59.*STB-90043: MUSIC OF LEROY ANDERSON, Vol. 2. The Typewriter (Fennell plays it; no
      gimmicks; it's terrific!); Fiddle-Faddle; Waltzing Cat; Blue Tango; Belle of the Ball;
      Syncopated Clock; five more. Fennell/ERSO Pops. [TAS 33:136] ........................................... 32.00
60.*STC-90310: BALALAIKA FAVORITES. Osipov State Russian Folk Orchestra. [TAS
      45:152+3; 54:158+163; 73:146L] ................................................................................................ 35.00
Open Reel's: RCA's
61. CAT-8723: Catalog of Classical, Popular & Jazz from February 1962, including only 4-track
      stereo (apparently no 2-track items were in print any longer). [12 small pages] ........................... 9.00
62. CAT-8925: Catalog of Classical, Popular & Jazz from November 1963 (all 4-track stereo). [24
      small pages] .................................................................................................................................... 9.00
63. CAT-9235: Catalog of Classical, Popular & Jazz; from May, 1966; including only 4-track stereo
      (all that was still in print by then). [27 small pages] ...................................................................... 9.00
64.*FTC-2008: VIVALDI - The Four Seasons. Emanuele; Societa Corelli. ........................................ 18.00
65.*FTC-2020: RODGERS - Victory at Sea, Volume 2. Bennett/RCA Sym. [TAS 57:137] ............... 20.00
66.*FTC-2043: TCHAIKOVSKY - Piano Concerto #1. Cliburn; Kondrashin/Orch. [Pfeiffer;
      Crawford] ...................................................................................................................................... 20.00
67.*FTC-2049: GUITAR CONCERTI By Arnold & Giuliani. Bream; Melos Ens. [from LSC-
      2487] ............................................................................................................................................. 24.00
68.*FTC-2069: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #12 ("Funeral March") & #23 ("Appassionata").
      Richter. [Dellheim/Layton]. ........................................................................................................ 20.00
69.*FTC-2071: WAGNER - Tannhauser Overture & Venusberg Music; Prelude to Act 3 of Tristan;
      Ride of the Valkyries; Entrance of the Gods into Valhalla. Stokowski/Sym of Air; Cho.
      [Dellheim; Layton; soprano Rhinemaidens & Valkyries include Martina Arroyo & Shirley
      Verrett][From LSC-2555; TAS 81:124-6] (the only other copy I've had sold in 1994!) ............ 45.00
70.+FTC-2082: DVORAK - Symphony #9. Toscanini/NBC. [One of RCA's three very early (and
      most successful, in my view) attempts at electronic stereo.] (minor box scuffs) ......................... 24.00
71.*FTC-2089: RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe (complete). Munch/BSO; NEC Cho. [Wilcox; Layton;
      1961 recording; TAS re LP issue: 67:146] [I seem to be in the minority, at least among
      audiophiles, but I have always found this performance and recording vastly more satisfying
      than the 1955 version, both in its subtlety and its power. This rather scarce tape eliminates
      the surface noise which was evident in most of the early pressings of the disc version, and
      certainly seems to be as effective in projecting the wonderful bass drum! ] ................................ 35.00
72.*FTC-2102: INSPIRATION - Religiously inspired works by Bach, Beethoven, Humperdinck,
      Wagner, Tchaikovsky, Gluck, plus Doxology. Stokowski/New Sym, London; Luboff/His
      Choir. [Gerhardt].......................................................................................................................... 25.00
Open Reel's: RCA's - continued
73.*FTC-2117: HANDEL - Water Music; Royal Fireworks Music. Stokowski/RCA Sym (125
      players as re-scored by Stokowski, including 24 oboes, 12 bassoons and snare drum, not to
      mention fireworks at end of RFM!). [Dellheim; Simpson][TAS 33:139] ....................................                                              30.00
74.*FTC-2135 (DOUBLE PLAY): DEBUSSY - Printemps; Two Nocturnes. RAVEL - La Valse;
      Bolero; Pavane. Munch/BSO. [Richard Mohr, producer; Lewis Layton, engineer] (minor
      box splits & tape repair) ...............................................................................................................            35.00
75.*FTC-2140(2): YOURS IS MY HEART ALONE - Twelve love songs from operettas [Habig;
      Keville]. ALL-TIME FAVORITES - Including Deep River, Shenandoah, Whiffenpoof,
      Hallelujah Chorus, Battle Hymn, seven more. Robert Shaw/Shaw Chorale; RCA Victor
      Sym (in all). ..................................................................................................................................     32.00
76.*FTC-2143: ROBERT SHAW CHORALE ON TOUR. Works of Mozart, Schoenberg, Ives,
      Ravel; Russian folk song; one Spiritual. [Habig; Layton] ............................................................                                24.00
77.*FTC-2145: RACHMANINOFF - Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. FRANCK - Symphonic
      Variations. LITOLFF - Scherzo. Pennario; Fiedler/BPS. [Dellheim; Salvatore] ......................                                                   20.00
78.*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
79.*FTC-3008(2): MOZART - The Sonatas for Organ & Orchestra (complete). Weinrich;
      Fiedler/His Sinfonietta. [Dellheim; Begley; recorded at General Theological Seminary,
      NYC] 25.00
80.*FTC-7007(2): MAHLER - Symphony #5. BERG - Wozzeck Excerpts (Curtin).
      Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Layton & Salvatore] .............................................................................                              32.00
81.*FTC-9500(5): WAGNER - Die Walkure. Nilsson; Vickers; London; Ward; Brouwenstijn;
      Gorr; Leinsdorf/LSO. [from Soria Series; includes LP-sized libretto] (box damage neatly
      repaired with tape) ........................................................................................................................         45.00
82.*FTP-1195: THE BEST OF MANCINI. ............................................................................................                            12.00
83.*FTP-1197: ALOHA FROM NORMAN LUBOFF. Norman Luboff Choir. [Pierce; Schmitt;
      c.1963] ..........................................................................................................................................   12.00
84.*FTP-1271: THE CONCERT SOUND OF HENRY MANCINI. [Reisman; Malloy; Hollywood,
      c.1964] ..........................................................................................................................................   12.00
85.*FTP-1293: THE BEST OF AL HIRT. [includes one song by Ann-Margret!] ...............................                                                     16.00
86.*FTP-1298: THE LATIN SOUND OF HENRY MANCINI. [Reisman; Malloy & Bogert;
      Hollywood, c.1965] ......................................................................................................................            12.00
87.*FTP-1323: THEY'RE PLAYING OUR SONG. Al Hirt. [Fogelsong; Begley; New York,
      c.1966] ..........................................................................................................................................   16.00
88.*FTP-5033: THE SOUND OF MUSIC: (soundtrack). [Plumb; Norman] .........................................                                                  12.00
89.*RCA CAMDEN CTR-684: DELL WOOD - Honky Tonk Piano. ["Living Stereo"]
      (replacement reel) .........................................................................................................................         10.00
90.*TR3-5030(2): RACHMANINOFF - Symphonies #2 & #3; The Rock. Previn/LSO. [Dellheim
      & Wilkinson (#2); Dellheim & Lock (rest)] [3 3/4 ips; never available at 7 1/2 ips] ..................                                               12.00
Open Reel's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label
91.*CAPITOL ZP-8573: JONGEN - Symphonie Concertante for Organ & Orch. Fox; Pretre/Paris
      Opera Orch. ................................................................................................................................. 24.00
92.*COMMAND 4T-11009: BERLIOZ - Symphonie Fantastique. Vandernoot/ORTF. [35mm film
      recording; Robert Fine, engineer] ................................................................................................. 16.00
93.*DGG L-43248: SMETANA - Hakon Jarl; Prague Carnival; Richard III; Wallenstein's Camp.
      Kubelik/BVRS. [D; TAS 59:117] ............................................................................................... 15.00
Open Reel's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire
94.*BACH: A Musical Offering. Nicolet (flute); Richter/Ens. Archiv ARC-3220. .............................. 12.00
95.*BARBER: Symphony #1; Essays #1 & #2; Night Flight. Measham/LSO. [D; BC; 602 copies
      made] Unicorn D-0342. ................................................................................................................ 15.00
96.*BEETHOVEN: Symphony #5 (Scholz/Suddeutsche Phil) & #6 (Swarowsky/Suddeutsche
      Phil); Violin Romance #2 (Cerkow; Scholz/Suddeutsche Phil). [D] Ampex L-6008(2).......... 16.00
97.*GLIERE: Ilya Murometz (Symphony #3). Farberman/RPO. [D; BC; 862 copies made]
      [According to Fanfare, taken from the analog backup tape in Unicorn's original sessions, not
      the digital tape] Unicorn M-0500(2)............................................................................................. 20.00
98.*HAYDN: Symphony # 99 - #104. Woldike/VSOO. [3 3/4 ips] Van VEF-1916(3). FS.................. 12.00
99.*MAHLER: Symphony # 3. BEETHOVEN: Coriolan Overture. Leinsdorf/BSO (with Verrett &
      choruses in Mahler). [3 3/4 ips] RCA TR3-5016(2)....................................................................... 8.00
100.*NIELSEN: Symphony #6; Overture & Prelude to Act II of Masquerade. Ormandy/Phila.
        [Terrific - one of Ormandy's great recordings!] Col MQ-859.................................................... 16.00
101.*PROKOFIEV: Suite of Waltzes, Op.110. JANACEK: Sinfonietta. Rozhdestvensky/Moscow
        Radio Orch [3 3/4 ips] Mel-Angel Y1S-40075. ....................................................................... 11.00
102.*SCHONBERG: Piano Concerto (Brendel); Violin Concerto (Zeitlin). Kubelik/BVRS. DGG
        L-3257. ....................................................................................................................................... 16.00
103.*STRAVINSKY: Capriccio for Piano & Orchestra. SHOSTAKOVICH: Piano Concerto #1.
        Wilbraham, trumpet; Ogden; Marriner/ASMF. [D; BC; 413 copies made] Argo E-674. .... 16.00
Open Reel's: Chamber Music
104.*MOZART: Piano Quartets K.478 & K.493. Peter Serkin; Schneider; Tree; Soyer. Van
       VTC-1714. ..................................................................................................................................   12.00
105.*MOZART: Quartet #22 & #23. Quartetto Italiano. [D] Philips L-45225. ...................................                                          15.00
106.*MOZART: String Quintets (4): K.515, 516, 593 & 614. Primrose; Griller Quartet. [3 3/4
       ips] Van VEA-1917(2). ..............................................................................................................           12.00
107.*RAVEL & DEBUSSY: Quartets. Drolc Quartet. DGG DGC-9369. ............................................                                             12.00
108.*SCHUBERT: Quintet in C. TCHAIKOVSKY: Sextet in d, Op.70 ("Souvenir of Florence").
       Guarneri Quartet. RCA ST-721-K-DP(2). ..............................................................................                           22.00
Open Reel's: Collections
109.*AN 18TH CENTURY CONCERT: CORELLI (Christmas Concerto Grosso); L.MOZART
       (Toy Symphony); TORELLI(Nativity Concerto); BACH(3 Chorales). Janigro/I Solisti di
       Zagreb. Van VTC-1617. ............................................................................................................             12.00
110.*AN 18TH CENTURY CONCERT: Works of Vivaldi, Telemann, J.S.Bach, Quantz &
       J.C.Bach. London Harpsichord Ens. None TH-71004. ...........................................................                                   12.00
111.*ONE THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade (Kempe/RPO).
       Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings (Faris/Sinfonia of London). Glinka - Russlan
       Overture & Rimsky-Korsakov - Dance of Tumblers (Boult/LPO). [3 3/4 ips double-play
       reel] Col D2T-5148(2). ...............................................................................................................         12.00
112.*SPANISH MEDIEVAL MUSIC: Greenberg/NY Pro Musica. Decca ST74-9416. ....................                                                           12.00
113.*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
114.*THE CANTERBURY PILGRIMS: A Description in Words & Music. Composed & arranged
       by John Hawkins & Richard Hill; Music by Gabrieli Brass; Narration by Martin
       Starkie. [Unusual item - my only other copy sold in 1995!] DGG DGC-9380. .......................                                               15.00
115.*THE RAGTIME WOMEN: Max Morath (piano) and the Morath Ragtime Quintet in rags
       written by women composers, 1899-1917 (plus one from 1976): Niebergall, Pollock,
       Aufderheide, Yelvington, Tilton, etc. [D; BC; 287 copies made] Van D-79402. ......................                                             18.00
Open Reel's: Violinists
116.*GRUMIAUX: Mendelssohn Concerto; Concerto in d for Violin & Strings. Krenz/NPO. [D]
       Phil L-45465. .............................................................................................................................. 16.00
117.*HOELSCHER: Bach Concerto #1. VAN DER GOLTZ: Tartini Concerto in d. BOTH:
       Corelli Concerto Grosso #9. [no conductor or orchestra identified!] [D] Ampex D-6036.
       (first copy I've had of this) ......................................................................................................... 12.00
Open Reel's: Pianists
118.*HOROWITZ: "Horowitz on Television." Chopin - Ballade in g; Polonaise in f#; Nocturne in
       F. Scarlatti - 2 Sonatas. Schumann - Arabesque; Traumerei. Scriabin - Etude in d#.
       Horowitz - "Carmen" Variations. Col MQ-988. ........................................................................                                12.00
119.*HOROWITZ: Beethoven Sonata #14. Schubert - Four Impromptus. [3 3/4 ips] Col 1R1-
       6090. ...........................................................................................................................................   10.00
120. HOROWITZ: Tchaikovsky - Concerto #1 (4-25-43 War Bond concert). Brahms - Concerto
       #2. Toscanini/NBC Sym (in both). [3 3/4; never issued at 7 1/2 ips] RCA TR3-5027(2). ......                                                         12.00
121.*NOVAES: Chopin - Barcarolle. Debussy - Les Collines d'Anacapri; Soiree dans Grenade;
       Poissions d'Or; Minstrels. Liszt - Forest Murmurs; Dance of the Gnomes; Liebestraum #3;
       Valse Oubliee #1; Hungarian Rhapsody #10. [Scarce tape - first copy I've ever seen!]
       Decca ST74-10074. ....................................................................................................................              24.00
122.*PIANO PIECES THE WHOLE WORLD: PLAYS - Forty-two pieces (or excerpts, in some
       cases) by a large array of standard 18th- & 19th-Century composers on this double-play
       tape. There is no indication ANYWHERE on the box or reel of who the pianist is, but the
       former owner of the tape has noted "Pianist is young Britisher Walter Chapin
       throughout." Weird and unusual item - I've never seen it before! Col 1R2-6253(2). ................                                                  12.00
123.*WILD: The Virtuoso Piano. Works by Thalberg, Hummel, Paderewski, Herz, Anton
       Rubinstein, Godowsky. Van VGC-1119. ...................................................................................                             18.00
Open Reel's: Conductors
124.*BARENBOIM: Haydn - Symphony #44 & #49. ECO. [D] DGG 3650 046-A. ............................                                                          12.00
125.*BARENBOIM: Saint-Saens - Symphony #3. Litaize (playing organ of Chartres Cathedral,
        synchronized); CSO. [D] DGG 2530 619-A..............................................................................                               16.00
126.*BERNSTEIN: "Greatest Hits Vol. 2" - Moldau; Russian Sailor's Dance; Trepak; Ride; Can-
        Can; Miller's Dance; Danse Macabre; Somewhere; 3 more. NYP. Col MQ-1100. ...................                                                       12.00
127.*BERNSTEIN: Copland - El Salon Mexico; Appalachian Spring; Danzon Cubano; Dance
        from "Music for the Theatre." NYP. Col MQ-559. ...................................................................                                 14.00
128.*BERNSTEIN: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. Bernstein/NYP. [their 2nd recording, c.1976]
        Col 1R1-6495. ............................................................................................................................         12.00
129.*BOULT: Holst - The Planets. VSOO. Westminster WTC-124. (slight stains on back of box) .....                                                           18.00
130.*FIEDLER: Gershwin - Concerto in F. Nero - Fantasy & Improvisations. (Both with Peter
        Nero). Glenn Miller's Biggest Hits. BPS. [3 3/4 ips; double album] RCA TR3-5041(2). ........                                                       12.00
131.*KLEMPERER: Mahler - Symphony #9. NPO. [3 3/4 ips] Angel Y2S-3708(2). ...........................                                                      10.00
132.*KONDRASHIN: Shostakovich - Symphony #5. Moscow Phil. Mel-Angel M-40004. .................                                                             15.00
133.*KOSTELANETZ: "Spirit of '76." Works of Ives (Variations on America), Hovhaness
        (Meditation on Orpheus), Gershwin (Concerto w/Previn), Rodgers, Barber, Cowell,
        Griffes(2), Creston. His Sym. Col 1R2-6513. ...........................................................................                            15.00
134.*MARRINER: Elgar - Sospiri; Elegy; Spanish Lady Suite; Serenade for Strings; Introduction
        & Allegro. ASMF. [D; BC] Argo E-573. ..................................................................................                            16.00
135.*ORMANDY: Bizet - L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & #2. Offenbach - Gaite Parisienne Suite. Phila.
        Col MQ-614................................................................................................................................         12.00
Open Reel's: Conductors - continued
136.*ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake & Sleeping Beauty (extended excerpts from both).
       Phila. Col M2Q-576(2). .............................................................................................................                16.00
137.*ORMANDY: Greatest Hits, Vol III: Farandole, Anitra's Dance, Borodin Nocturne,
       Londonderry Air, Camptown Races, Aida March, Fire-Bell Polka, 3 more. Phila. [I sold
       my last copy in 1992!] Col MQ-965. .........................................................................................                        15.00
138.*SCHERCHEN: Rossini - William Tell Overture. Herold - Zampa Overture. Reznicek -
       Donna Diana Overture. VSOO. Westminster 4T-113. ..............................................................                                      20.00
139.*STOKOWSKI: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4. Bizet - Symphony. National Phil. Col 1R1-
       6788. ...........................................................................................................................................   14.00
140.*SZELL: Dvorak - Slavonic Dances (Op.46 & Op.72 complete - but no repeats taken). CO.
       Col MQ-1077..............................................................................................................................           12.00
141.*TILSON-THOMAS: Tchaikovsky - Manfred Symphony. LSO. Col 1R1-7218. ..........................                                                          12.00
Open Reel's: Musicals - Original Cast
142.*1776: (Edwards & Stone). Col OQ-1169. (original Broadway cast) ............................................                                           10.00
143.*CABARET: (Kander & Ebb). Col OQ-901. (replacement reel) .....................................................                                         10.00
144.*CAROUSEL: (Rodgers & Hammerstein) - Raitt; Clayton; Darling. Decca ST74-9020.............                                                             12.00
145.*DEAR WORLD: (Herman; Lawrence & Lee). Broadway cast with Angela Lansbury et. al.
       Col OQ-1130. .............................................................................................................................          12.00
146.*FINIAN'S RAINBOW: (original cast album, Broadway 1960). RCA FTO-5003. ........................                                                        12.00
147.*FINIAN'S RAINBOW: Thirteen selections by "Reprise Repertory Theatre" - Clooney;
       Sinatra; Crosby; Sammy Davis Jr.; Hi-Lo's; Lou Monte; McGuire Sisters; Debbie
       Reynolds. Reprise FS-2015. ......................................................................................................                   12.00
148.*FLOWER DRUM SONG: (Rodgers & Hammerstein). Col OQ-433. (original Broadway cast) ...                                                                   10.00
149.*GIGI: (Lerner & Loewe). MGM STC-3641. ..................................................................................                              12.00
150.*GREASE: (Jacobs; Casey). Original Cast. [D] MGM 3602 005-A. ...............................................                                           12.00
151.+GUYS & DOLLS: (Loesser) - Robert Alda; Vivian Blaine; Sam Levene. Decca ST74-
       9023. ...........................................................................................................................................   12.00
152.+LOST IN THE STARS: (Anderson; Weill). Decca ST74-9120. (this is the 1st copy I've had
       of this on tape) ............................................................................................................................       24.00
153.*MAN OF LA MANCHA: (Leigh; Darion). Kapp KTA-41109. .....................................................                                              10.00
154.*SOUTH PACIFIC: Seventeen selections by "Reprise Repertory Theatre" - Jo Stafford;
       Sinatra; Crosby; Sammy Davis Jr.; Hi-Lo's; Dinah Shore; Rosemary Clooney;
       McGuire Sisters. Reprise FS-2018. ..........................................................................................                        12.00
155.*STOP THE WORLD: I WANT TO GET OFF. Original Broadway Cast. London LAN-
       85001. .........................................................................................................................................    12.00
156.*STUDENT PRINCE: (Romberg). Peters; Peerce; Tozzi; Allers/Orch. Col OQ-580. ...................                                                        10.00
157.*THE KING AND I: (Rodgers & Hammerstein) - Yul Brynner; Gertrude Lawrence. Decca
       ST74-9008. .................................................................................................................................        12.00
Open Reel's: Miscellaneous Non-Classical
158.*101 STRINGS: Million Seller Hits from Golden Age of the Bands. [3 3/4] Audio
       Spectrum ASE-5092. ..................................................................................................................               10.00
159.*101 STRINGS: Million Sellers of the 30's and Million Sellers of the 40's. [3 3/4 ips;
       Double-Play Tape] Audio Spectrum ASA-5036. .......................................................................                                  10.00
160.*101 STRINGS: Soul of the Blues. [3 3/4 ips] Audio Spectrum ASE-5048. ..................................                                               10.00
161.*ACKER BILK: Mood for Love. With the Leon Young String Chorale. Atco ATC-197. .............                                                            12.00
162.*ACKER BILK: Mr. Acker Bilk & Bent Fabric - Together!. [3 3/4 ips] General Recorded
       Tape GRT-175. ...........................................................................................................................           10.00
163.*ACKER BILK: Stranger on the Shore. Leon Young String Cho. [3 3/4] General Recorded
       Tape GRT-129. ...........................................................................................................................           10.00
Open Reel's: Miscellaneous Non-Classical - continued
164.*AL CAIOLA: Return of the Seven. Eleven Film and Television selections including Cast a
       Giant Shadow, The Sand Pebbles, Penelope, Maya, Strangers in the Night. United Artists
       UAC-6560. .................................................................................................................................         12.00
165.*AL CAIOLA: The Power of Brass. [3 3/4 ips] United Art UAX-6666. .......................................                                               10.00
166.*AL HIRT: Swingin' Dixie at Dan's Pier 600 in New Orleans. Audio Fidelity AFST-1877. ......                                                            12.00
167.*AN EVENING WITH RUSS MORGAN: Three hours (3 3/4 ips); 53 selections. Tape-Mates
       TMS-115(3). ...............................................................................................................................         12.00
168.*ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM: Love, Strings & Jobim. Warner Bros WSTX-1636. ...................                                                               10.00
169.*APRIL IN PORTUGAL: Twelve selections sung by A Severa (touted here as "The leading
       Fado singers of Portugal"). Monitor MRC-374..........................................................................                               12.00
170.*BLUES WITH A TASTE OF JAZZ: Twenty selections [one hour at 3 3/4 ips] by Damita
       Jo; Nellie Letcher; Jessie Mae Robinson; Dorothy Donnegan. TMS 60-03. .......................                                                       12.00
171.*COMBO ROYALE: Tribute to Getz. [3 3/4] Vivid Sounds VS-105-R-Q. ..................................                                                    10.00
172.*CONNIE FRANCIS: Exciting Connie Francis. MGM ST-3761. ................................................                                                12.00
173.*CYRIL STAPLETON: All Time Big Band Hits. Richmond RPE-45006. ...................................                                                      12.00
174.*DAVID ROSE: Plays David Rose. MGM STC-3748. ..................................................................                                        12.00
175.*DORIS DAY: Latin for Lovers. Col MQ-726. .............................................................................                                15.00
176.*DORIS DAY: Sentimental Journey. Col CQ-763. .......................................................................                                   15.00
177.*DORIS DAY: Show Time. Col CQ-305. .......................................................................................                             15.00
178.*EARL GRANT: Ebb Tide. Decca ST74-4165...............................................................................                                  12.00
179.*EARL GRANT: Greatest Hits. Decca ST74-4813. .......................................................................                                   12.00
180.*EARL GRANT: This Magic Moment. [3 3/4] Decca ST72-5108. ...............................................                                               10.00
181.*EXOTIC INTERNATIONAL: PERCUSSION. Berlingeri & His Percussive Harpsichord
       and His Orchestra. [I didn't make that up] Pickwick P4T-407. ...............................................                                        16.00
182.*FERRANTE & TEICHER: Latin Pianos. United Art MUA-6135. ..............................................                                                 12.00
183.*GABOR SZABO: 1969. [3 3/4 ips] Skye 36-9-F. ..........................................................................                                10.00
184.*GABOR SZABO: Jazz Raga. Impulse IP-9128. ...........................................................................                                  12.00
185.*GABOR SZABO: More Sorcery. [recorded live in 1967 at the Jazz Workshop, Boston and
       at the Monterey Jazz Festival] Impulse IPC-9167. ....................................................................                               12.00
186.*GABOR SZABO: The Sorcerer. Impulse IPC-9146.....................................................................                                      12.00
187.*GLEN GRAY/CASA LOMA ORCHESTRA: Sounds of the Great Bands in Latin. Cap
       ZT-2131. .....................................................................................................................................      12.00
188.*GLEN GRAY/CASA LOMA ORCHESTRA: Sounds of the Great Bands - Twelve
       recreations of originals by Ellington, Tommy & Jimmy Dorsey, Miller, Herman,
       Hampton, Krupa, Shaw, etc. Cap ZW-1022...............................................................................                               12.00
189.*IAN FRASER: For the Young at Heart. [part of the Richmond Percussive Stereo Series]
       Richmond RPX-49009. (minor box dent) ..................................................................................                             12.00
190.*KING RICHARD'S FLUEGEL KNIGHTS: "Just Some of Those Songs, Mrs. Robinson."
       [3 3/4 ips] MTA 54-5011. ..........................................................................................................                 10.00
191.*KING RICHARD'S FLUEGEL KNIGHTS: Knights on Broadway. [3 3/4 ips] MTA 54-
       5008. ...........................................................................................................................................   10.00
192.*KNUCKLES O'TOOLE: Sing a Song with Knuckles O'Toole. [Produced by Enoch Light -
       box shows copyright 1960, so I think this was before his work w/Command] Grand
       Award GA 4T-235. .....................................................................................................................              12.00
193.*LES BAXTER: Sensational! Capitol ZT-1661. .............................................................................                               12.00
194.*LES ELGART: Best Band on Campus. Col CQ-483. ..................................................................                                       12.00
195.*LES ELGART: Half Satin -- Half Latin. Col CQ-362. ................................................................                                    12.00
196.*LES ELGART: It's Delovely. Col CQ-443. ...................................................................................                            12.00
197.*LOUIS ARMSTRONG: AND THE DUKES OF DIXIELAND. [Nice presentation with box
       slid into slipcase] Audio Fidelity AFST-1924. ..........................................................................                            16.00
198.*LOUIS ARMSTRONG: Louis Armstrong and His Friends. ["A Product of Flying
       Dutchman Productions" - but the tape label is just Ampex] Ampex M-361..............................                                                 16.00
Open Reel's: Miscellaneous Non-Classical - continued
199.*MAX MORATH & HIS RAGTIME: STOMPERS: Ten rags including The Strenuous Life;
        Smiles & Chuckles; Kansas City, Dill Pickles, Mississipi & Sleepy Hollow Rags. [D; BC;
        240 copies made; this is only the second copy I've ever seen!] Vanguard E-79440.................. 25.00
200.*NEIL DIAMOND: Hot August Night. [double-play] MCA 8000-P-DP(2). ................................ 12.00
201.*PAT BOONE: White Christmas. Dot DST-25222. ...................................................................... 12.00
202.*RAY BOHR: Radio City Music Hall Organ in ten selections including Wiffenpoof Song,
        I'll See You in My Dreams, At Sundown & Stumbling. Pickwick P4T-402. ............................ 16.00
203.*RAY CHARLES: Live - In Concert. [recorded at Shrine Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles;
        1964] ABC - Paramount ATC-846............................................................................................. 16.00
204.*REALISTIC AUDIOPHILE SERIES: LATINO. [3 3/4 ips] Realistic 51-3054. ............................. 9.00
205.*REALISTIC AUDIOPHILE SERIES: MAGIC MOMENTS. [3 3/4 ips] Realistic 51-3053........... 9.00
206.*REALISTIC AUDIOPHILE SERIES: POP DANCE FAVORITES. [3 3/4 ips] Realistic 51-
        3057. ............................................................................................................................................. 9.00
207.*REALISTIC AUDIOPHILE SERIES: POP ORGAN. George Wright. [3 3/4 ips] Realistic
        51-3051. ........................................................................................................................................ 9.00
208.*REALISTIC AUDIOPHILE SERIES: VELVET TRUMPET. Realistic 51-3059. .......................... 9.00
209.*ROBERT GOULET: Begin to Love. Col CQ-734. ........................................................................ 12.00
210.*ROBERT GOULET: Both Sides Now. Col CQ-1085. .................................................................. 12.00
211.*ROBERT GOULET: Hollywood Mon Amour. Col CQ-955........................................................ 12.00
212.*ROOFTOP SINGERS: Walk Right In. Vanguard VTC-1660. ..................................................... 12.00
213.*RUSS MORGAN AND HIS ORCH: Music in the Morgan Manner. Everest T-41054. ................ 12.00
214.*SERGIO MENDES: The Great Arrival. Atlantic ALC-1466. ..................................................... 12.00
215.*SPIKE JONES: Omnibust ...a TV Spiketacular. Liberty LT-7140. ............................................ 12.00
216.*STAN GETZ & JOAO GILBERTO: Getz/Gilberto. Verve VSTC-317. ...................................... 15.00
217.*TED HEATH: 21ST ANNIVERSARY ALBUM - With spoken tributes by Count Basie,
        Woody Herman, Tony Bennett, Marlene Dietrich, Stan Kenton, Johnny Mathis.
        London LPL-70146. ................................................................................................................... 20.00
218.*THE FIFTH DIMENSION: Portrait. Bell X-6045. ....................................................................... 10.00
219.*THE SOULFUL STRINGS: In Concert. [3 3/4 ips] Cadet 35-820............................................... 10.00
220.*THE SOULFUL STRINGS: Paint it Black. [3 3/4 ips] Cadet 35-776. ......................................... 10.00
221.*THEODORE BIKEL: Sings More Jewish Folk Songs. Electra ETC-1502. ................................ 10.00
222.*TIJUANA BRASS: Herb Alpert's Ninth. A&M AMC-134. ........................................................ 12.00
223.*TIJUANA BRASS: The Beat of the Brass. A&M OR-4146. ....................................................... 12.00
224.*TIJUANA BRASS: The Brass are Coming. [Great cover photo shows seven desperate-
        appearing gunslingers walking a dusty street in an Old-West town, each one armed with a
        brass instrument!] A&M OR-4228. ............................................................................................ 12.00
225.*TONY "THE BARON" CROMBIE: Swing Low - Swing Easy. Richmond RPX-49004. ........... 12.00
226.*TONY MOTTOLA: Amor Mexico / S.A. Command RS 4T-900. ................................................ 12.00
227.*TONY MOTTOLA: Guitar U.S.A. [3 3/4 ips] Command R4T3-908. .......................................... 10.00
228.*TONY MOTTOLA: Guitar....Paris. Command RS 4T-C877....................................................... 12.00
229.*TONY MOTTOLA: Joins the Guitar Underground. [3 3/4 ips] Project 3 X-5035. ................... 10.00
230.*TONY MOTTOLA: Love Songs - Mexico/S.A. [3 3/4] Command 889. ...................................... 10.00
231.*TONY MOTTOLA: Roman Guitar, Volume Two. [3 3/4] Command 836. ................................ 10.00
232.*TONY MOTTOLA: Rome Oggi - Rome Today. [3 3/4 ips] Project 3 68-5032 F. ...................... 10.00
233.*TONY MOTTOLA: Spanish Guitar. Command RS 4T-841........................................................ 12.00
                                                                    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
234. ADAM: Nicky: Who's Who in British Opera. Foreword by The Earl of Harewood. Scolar
        Press, Aldershot, England; 1993. 339 pages. [paperback] .........................................................                                 12.00
235. ARRUGA: Lorenzo: La Scala. Translated by Raymond Rosenthal. Praeger Publishers, New
        York; 1976. 314 pages; approx, 8 x 11 inches; copiously illustrated. .......................................                                      16.00
236.*BUDDEN: Julian: Operas of Verdi #1: From Oberto to Rigoletto. Praeger Publishers, New
        York; 1973. [524 pages; with many musical examples; no other illustrations] book 87680. ....                                                      20.00
237.*BUDDEN: Julian: Operas of Verdi #2: From Il Trovatore to La Forza del Destino. Oxford
        University Press, New York; 1979. [532 pages; with many musical examples; no other
        illustrations] book 87681. ...........................................................................................................            20.00
238.*BUDDEN: Julian: Operas of Verdi #3: From Don Carlos to Falstaff. Oxford University
        Press, New York; 1981. [546 pages; with many musical examples; no other illustrations]
        book 87682. ................................................................................................................................      20.00
239. CAMPION: Paul & RUNCIMAN, Rosy: Glyndebourne Recorded - Sixty Years of
        Recordings, 1934-1994. Julia MacRae Books, London; 1994. [250 pages; 27 photos] ............                                                      16.00
240. CHATFIELD-TAYLOR: Joan: San Francisco Opera - The First Seventy-Five Years.
        Chronicle Books, San Francisco; 1997. 181 pages; lavishly illustrated; lovely oversized
        (approx. 12 x 12 inches) volume. ...............................................................................................                  25.00
241. DANE: Clarence: London Has a Garden. [Covent Garden, of course] W.W.Norton, NY;
        1964. [205 pages] .......................................................................................................................         12.00
242. DAVIS: Peter G.: The American Opera Singer. Doubleday, New York; 1997. [610 pp; 32
        pp of photos] ...............................................................................................................................     18.00
243. DAVIS: Ronald L.: Opera in Chicago. Appleton-Century, New York; 1966. [383 pages]
        (FIRST EDITION) .....................................................................................................................             24.00
244. 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
245. HUCKEL: Oliver: Lohengrin - Son of Parsifal - A Mystical Drama by Richard Wagner
        freely translated in Poetic Narrative Form. Thomas Crowell & Co., New York; 1905. 77
        pages; four illustrations. [slight stain on cover also affects most pages faintly, approx 1/2
        inch, not in text] ..........................................................................................................................     20.00
246. JACKSON: Paul: Saturday Afternoons at the Old Met: The Metropolitan Opera
        Broadcasts, 1931-1950. Amadeus Press, 1992. 569 pages; photos; complete broadcast list
        with casts. ...................................................................................................................................   25.00
247. KNIGHT: Ruth Adams: Opera Cavalcade - The Story of the Metropolitan. Metropolitan
        Opera Guild, New York; 1938. 68 pages; many photos. Approximately 9 x 12 inches.
        (moderate cover wear) ................................................................................................................            12.00
248. 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
249. MOORE: Edward C.: Forty Years of Opera in Chicago. Horace Liveright, NY; 1930. 430
        pp; 32 photos. .............................................................................................................................      18.00
250. NEWMAN: Ernest: More Opera Nights. Putnam, London; 1954. 707 pages; many musical
        examples. ....................................................................................................................................    12.00
251. NEWMAN: Ernest: Opera Nights. Putnam, London; 1943 (reprinted 1956). 629 pp; many
        musical examples........................................................................................................................          12.00
Books: Mostly Operatic Subjects - continued
252. 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
253. PELTZ: Mary Ellis & FITZGERALD, Gerald: Metropolitan Opera Annals - Supplement
       #3: 1966-76. Foreword by Francis Robinson. James T. White & Co., 1978. 208 pages;
       many photos. [Season--by-season listing of personnel & productions (with dates & casts),
       1966/67 through 1975/76 seasons] .............................................................................................                    16.00
254. ROSENTHAL: Harold, editor: Opera Annual #4. Lantern Press, 1957. 188 pages; many
       photos and illustrations. Includes 15 articles; world-wide roster of opera houses and their
       repertoires for the season 1956-57; list of premieres; obituaries. (minor wear) ........................                                          14.00
255. SABOR: Rudolph: Das Rheingold - Translation & Commentary. [Complete libretto with
       synopsis, leitmotifs, annotations & miscellaneous commentaries] Phaidon Press, London;
       1997. 183 pages; a few photos; sturdy paperback. .....................................................................                            10.00
256. SABOR: Rudolph: Der Ring des Nibelungen - A Companion Volume. Phaidon Press,
       London; 1997. 250 pages; many photos & other illustrations; sturdy paperback. .....................                                               10.00
257. SABOR: Rudolph: Die Walkure - Translation & Commentary. Libretto w/wynopsis,
       leitmotifs, annotations & miscellaneous commentaries] Phaidon Press, London; 1997. 198
       pages; a few photos; sturdy paperback. ......................................................................................                     10.00
258. 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. 208
       pages; scattered photos; sturdy paperback. ................................................................................                       10.00
259. SABOR: Rudolph: Siegfried - Translation & Commentary. [Libretto w/synopsis,
       leitmotifs, annotations & miscellaneous commentaries] Phaidon Press, London; 1997.
       230 pages; a few photos; sturdy paperback. ...............................................................................                        10.00
260. SELTSAM: William H.: Metropolitan Opera Annals. Introduction by Edward Johnson. H.
       W. Wilson Company, 1949 (second printing). 751 pages; some photos. [Season--by-
       season listing of personnel & productions (with dates & casts), 1883/84 through 1946/47
       seasons].......................................................................................................................................   45.00
261. SELTSAM: William H.: Metropolitan Opera Annals - Supplement #1: 1947-57. Foreword
       by Rudolf Bing. H. W. Wilson Company, 1957. 109 pages; some photos. [Season--by-
       season listing of personnel & productions (with dates & casts), 1947/48 through 1956/57
       seasons].......................................................................................................................................   18.00
262. SELTSAM: William H.: Metropolitan Opera Annals - Supplement #2: 1957-66. Foreword
       by Francis Robinson. H. W. Wilson Company, 1968. 126 pages; some photos. [Season--
       by-season listing of personnel & productions (with dates & casts), 1957/58 through
       1965/66 seasons] ........................................................................................................................         20.00
263. SHAWE-TAYLOR: Desmond: Covent Garden. Chanticleer Press, New York; 1948. 71 pp;
       35 illustrations. ...........................................................................................................................     12.00
264. SPOTTS: Frederic: Bayreuth - A History of the Wagner Festival. Yale University Press,
       New Haven & London; 1994. 322 pages; many photos. ............................................................                                    16.00
265. UNIDENTIFIED EDITORS: The Opera Libretto Library. Authentic texts to 33 operas: ten
       Wagner; eleven Italian; twelve French & German. [Three original volumes bound as one
       book in this re-print.] Avenel Books, 1980. 1454 pages. ...........................................................                               11.00
266. VERDI: Giuseppe: Don Carlo. Vocal/Piano Score. Ricordi; 1970. 296 pages; hardcover;
       aprox 8x10 1/2 in. .......................................................................................................................        20.00
267. VERDI: Giuseppe: Falstaff. Vocal/Piano Score. Ricordi; Milan, 1893 (but this is a recently-
       printed issue). 461 pages; hardcover; approx. 8 x 10 1/2 inches................................................                                   20.00
268. WAGNER: Richard: Siegfried & The Twilight of the Gods. Translated by Margaret
       Armour; with thirty illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Abaris Books, New York; 1976
       (first published in 1910). 160 pages. ..........................................................................................                  14.00
269. WAGNER: Richard: The Rhinegold & The Valkyrie. Translated by Margaret Armour; with
       thirty-four illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Abaris Books, New York; 1976 (first
       published in 1910). 160 pages. ...................................................................................................                14.00
Books: Vocalist Biographies etc.
270. ADAMS: Brian: La Stupenda - A Biography of Joan Sutherland. Hutchinson of Australia,
        1980. 329 pages; many photos. ..................................................................................................                 13.00
271. CAMPION: Paul: Ferrier - A Career Recorded. Julia MacRae; London, 1992. Introductions
        by Janet Baker & Winifred Ferrier. 151 pages; 31 photos. [detailed chronology of her
        recordings] ..................................................................................................................................   16.00
272. COOKE: James Francis: Great Singers on the Art of Singing. Theo. Presser, 1921. 304
        pages. [advice to vocal students from 27 singers, including Garden, Gluck, Melba,
        Dalmores, Caruso, Butt, Sembrich, Scotti, etc.].........................................................................                         12.00
273. 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
274. 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
275. 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
276. HERBERT-CAESARI: E.: Tradition and Gigli - 1600-1955 - A Panegyric. Robert Hale
        Limited, London, 1963 (2nd edition). 160 pages. ......................................................................                           12.00
277. HORNE: Marilyn & SCOVELL, Jane: Marilyn Horne - My Life. Atheneum, 1983. 237 pp;
        many photos................................................................................................................................      14.00
278. JELLINEK: George: Callas - Portrait of a Prima Donna. Ziff-Davis, NY; 1960. 354 pp;
        many photos................................................................................................................................      14.00
279. LAHEE: Henry C.: Famous Singers of Today and Yesterday. L.C.Page & Co., 1898. 337
        pp; 12 photos. .............................................................................................................................     16.00
280. LEHMANN: Lotte: More Than Singing - The Interpretation of Songs. Boosey & Hawkes,
        New York; 1945. 192 pages. [dedicated to her brother, Fritz Lehmann]...................................                                          20.00
281. LOWE: David A. (editor): Callas as They Saw Her. Ungar Publishing, New York; 1986.
        264 pages; 40 pages of photos. Reviews, essays, interviews, recollections, etc. .......................                                          16.00
282. MEISTER: Barbara: Nineteenth-Century Song - Faure, Chausson, Duparc & Debussy.
        Indiana University Press, Bloomington & London; 1980. 398 pages. .......................................                                         12.00
283. MOFFAT: James: Florence Austral. Currency Press, Paddington, Australia; 1995. 278 pp;
        scattered photos. .........................................................................................................................      18.00
284. O'CONNOR: Garry: The Pursuit of Perfection - A Life of Maggie Teyte. Atheneum, New
        York; 1979. 314 pages; 50 photos. First American Edition. ......................................................                                 18.00
285. PONSELLE: Rosa and DRAKE, James: Ponselle - A Singer's Life. Foreword by Luciano
        Pavarotti. Doubleday, 1982. 328 pages; 18 pages of photos. .....................................................                                 12.00
286. PREY: Hermann (with Robert Abraham): First Night Fever - The Memoirs of Hermann
        Prey. Translated by Andrew Shackleton. John Calder, London; 1986. 280 pages; with
        discography; 42 photos. ..............................................................................................................           16.00
287. RASPONI: Lanfranco: The Last Prima Donnas. Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 1982. 605 pp;
        misc photos. ................................................................................................................................    16.00
288. ROBINSON: Francis: Caruso - His Life in Pictures. Bramhall House, 1957. 160 pages,
        almost all with fine photos. Handsome 8.5 x 11 inch volume. ..................................................                                   18.00
289. SCOTT: Michael: Maria Meneghini Callas. Simon & Schuster, London; 1991. [298 pp; 16
        pp of photos] ...............................................................................................................................    12.00
290. STEANE: J.B.: The Grand Tradition - Seventy Years of Singing on Record, 1900-1970.
        Charles Scribner's Sons, NY, 1974. 628 pages; 138 photos. .....................................................                                  18.00
291. TURING: Penelope: Hans Hotter - Man and Artist. John Calder; 1983. 274 pp;
        discography; 44 photos. ..............................................................................................................           15.00
292. TURING: Penelope: New Bayreuth. Jersey Artists, 1968. 182 pages; 82 photos. .........................                                               15.00
293. VISHNEVSKAYA: Galina: Galina - A Russian Story. Translated by Guy Daniels. Harcourt
        Brace Javonovich, New York; 1984. With Discography. 504 pages; 32 pages of photos. ........                                                      18.00
Books: Composers - Biographies etc.
294. BECKER: Heinz & Gudrun: Giacomo Meyerbeer: A Life in Letters. Translated by Mark
       Violette. Amadeus Press, 1983. 184 pages; illus. ......................................................................                             14.00
295. BURK: John: Mozart and His Music. Random House; New York, 1959. 444 pp; no
       illustrations. (FIRST PRINTING) ..............................................................................................                      12.00
296. CRAFT: Robert: Stravinsky - Chronicle of a Friendship, 1948/1971. Knopf, 1972. 424
       pages; photos. .............................................................................................................................        12.00
297. 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
298. GOSS: Madeleine: Bolero - The Life of Maurice Ravel. 303 pages. Henry Holt & Company,
       1940. ...........................................................................................................................................   18.00
299. HARDING: James: Massenet. St. Martin's Press, New York; 1970. 218 pages; 8 pages of
       photos. ........................................................................................................................................    12.00
300. HORGAN: Paul: Encounters with Stravinsky. Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1972. 300 pp. 12
       photos & illus. ............................................................................................................................        12.00
301. 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
302. MARTYNOV: Ivan: Shostakovich - The Man and His Work. Philosophical Library; New
       York, 1947. 193 pages; no photos. (moderate H2O dam to cover; minor page stains) .............                                                      12.00
303. MAYER: Hans: Richard Wagner in Bayreuth. Translated by Jack Zipes. Rizzoli, New
       York; 1976. 244 pages; many photos. 8.5 x 12 inches. ..............................................................                                 18.00
304. NETTL: Paul: Mozart and Masonry. Philosophical Library, 1957. 149 pages; 8 illustrations. ...                                                         12.00
305. NEWMAN: Ernest: The Man Liszt. Taplinger Publishing, New York; 1970 (reissue of 1935
       Scribner's original). 313 pages; several photos. .........................................................................                          12.00
306. NEWMAN: Ernest: The Unconscious Beethoven. Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 1970
       (reissue of 1927 original, with introduction by Irving Kolodin). 148 pages. .............................                                           12.00
307. NEWMAN: Ernest: Wagner as Man and Artist. Tudor Publishing, New York; 1946. 399
       pages; 7 photos. ..........................................................................................................................         12.00
308. ROREM: Ned: Settling the Score - Essays on Music (originally published 1963-88).
       Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1988. 366 pages. (first edition) .....................................................                                   12.00
309. ROREM: Ned: The Final Diary. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1974. 439 pp; 8 pp of
       illustrations. (first edition) ..........................................................................................................           12.00
310. SAFRANEK: Milos: Bohuslav Martinu - The Man and His Music. Alfred A. Knopf, 1944.
       127 pp; 13 illustrations. ..............................................................................................................            10.00
311. SCHMIDT-GORG: Joseph & SCHMIDT, Hans (editors): Ludwig van Beethoven. Praeger,
       New York; 1969. Articles on aspects of the composer by the editors and several other staff
       members of the Beethoven-Archiv, Bonn. Lovely oversized (aprox 12.5 x 12.5 inches)
       volume; protective slipcase. 275 pp; myriad illustrations. .........................................................                                25.00
312. STEIN: Jack M.: Richard Wagner & The Synthesis of the Arts. Wayne State University;
       1960. 229 pp. ..............................................................................................................................        12.00
313. STEIN: Leon: The Racial Thinking of Richard Wagner. Philosophical Library, New York;
       1950. 252 pp. ..............................................................................................................................        12.00
314. STENDHAL: Life of Rossini. Translated by Richard N. Coe. John Calder, London; 1956.
       ["Stendhal" was nom de plume of Henri Beyle; the book was originally published in 1824;
       includes a foreword by the translator] ........................................................................................                     12.00
315. 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
316. WAGNER: Richard: Beethoven. Translated by Edward Dannreuther. William Reeves
       Bookseller, Ltd., London; undated (third edition). 177 pages. ..................................................                                    12.00
317. WAGNER: Richard: My Life. Tudor Publishing Company, New York; New Edition, March
       1936. 911 pp. ..............................................................................................................................        25.00
Books: Composer Biographies etc. - continued
318. WAGNER: Richard: On Conducting. Translated by Edward Dannreuther. William Reeves
       Bookseller, Ltd., London; 1940 (fourth edition). 127 pages. .....................................................                                   12.00
319. WAGNER: Richard: Opera & Drama, Volume 1: (Parts #1 & #2: Opera and the Essence of
       Music; The Stage-Play and Dramatical Poetic Art in the Abstract). Translated by Edwin
       Evans. Wm. Reeves, London; no date shown. 418 pages. .........................................................                                      30.00
320. WAGNER: Richard: Opera & Drama, Volume 2: (Part #3: Poetry and Music in the Drama
       of the Future). Translated by Edwin Evans. Wm. Reeves, London; no date shown. 314
       pages. ..........................................................................................................................................   30.00
321. WEINER: Marc A.: Richard Wagner and the Anti-Semitic Imagination. University of
       Nebraska Press, Lincoln & London; 1995. 439 pages; 26 illustrations. ....................................                                           16.00
Books: Written by or about Individual Musicians
322. ANTEK: Samuel: This Was Toscanini. Foreword by Marcia Davenport. Vanguard Press,
        New York; 1963. 192 pages; 84 remarkable photos by Robert Hupka. .....................................                                             20.00
323. ATKINS: Harold & COTES, Peter: The Barbirollis - A Musical Marriage. Robson Books,
        London; 1983. 231 pages; 16 pages of photos. ..........................................................................                            16.00
324. 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
325. BAUER: Harold: Harold Bauer - His Book. W. W. Norton, NY; 1948. 302 pp; 11 photos
        (1ST EDITION)..........................................................................................................................            25.00
326. BERNSTEIN: Leonard: Findings. Simon & Schuster, 1982. 376 pages; many, many photos.
        [Not a biography, strictly speaking, but examples of his writings from 1935-1980.] ...............                                                 14.00
327. BLACKWOOD: Alan: Sir Thomas Beecham - The Man and the Music. Ebury Press,
        London; 1994. [225 pages; 17 photos] .......................................................................................                       25.00
328. BLYTH: Alan: Colin Davis. Drake Publishers, New York; 1973. 64 pages; many photos. ..........                                                         12.00
329. BOHM: Karl: A Life Remembered. Marion Boyars Publishers, London; 1992. 170 pp; six
        pp of photos. ...............................................................................................................................      24.00
330. BUCKLE: Richard: Diaghilev. Atheneum; New York, 1979. 586 pages; 8 pages of photos. ........                                                          15.00
331. BURTON: Humphrey: Leonard Bernstein. Doubleday, NY; 1994. 584 pp; 32 pp of photos.
        (1st Edition) ................................................................................................................................     20.00
332. BURTON: Humphrey: Menuhin. Faber and Faber, London; 2000. 539 pages; 72 photos. ...........                                                           18.00
333. BUSCH: Fritz: Pages from a Musician's Life. Translated by Marjorie Strachey. Hogarth
        Press, London; 1953. 218 pages. ................................................................................................                   20.00
334. CARDUS: Neville: Sir Thomas Beecham - A Memoir. Collins, London; 1961. 126 pages;
        seven photos. ..............................................................................................................................       16.00
335. CHASINS: Abram: Leopold Stokowski - A Profile. Hawthorne Books, NY; 1979. 296 pp;
        16 pp of photos ...........................................................................................................................        18.00
336. COLUMBIA CONCERTS CORPORATION: Artists Almanac - Season 1932 - 1933.
        Columbia Concerts Corporation, New York; 1932. 211 pages; photo of each artist. Single-
        page biography and review citations for over 80 artists, from Spalding, Szigeti &
        Piatigorsky to the Barrere Little Symphony, Nelson Eddy & Edwin Strawbridge.
        Fascinating. .................................................................................................................................     40.00
337. CORREDOR: J. Ma.: Conversations with Casals. Translated from the French by Andre
        Mangeot; introduction by Casals; appreciation by Thomas Mann. E.P.Dutton & Co, New
        York; 1956. 240 pages; 10 photos. .............................................................................................                    20.00
338. DANIELS: Robin: Conversations with Menuhin. Foreword by Lawrence Durrell. St.
        Martin's Press, 1980. 188 pages; many photos ...........................................................................                           18.00
339. DICKSON: Harry Ellis: Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops - An Irreverent Memoir.
        Houghton, Mifflin & Company, Boston; 1981. [174 pages; 16 photos] ....................................                                             12.00
340. DUBAL: David: Conversations with Menuhin. Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1992. 250 pps.
        (1st edition)..................................................................................................................................    18.00
Books: Written by or about Individual Muscians - continued
341. DUCKENFIELD: Bridget: Lovely Knight - A Biography of Sir Landon Ronald. Thames
        Publishing, London; 1991. 186 pages; 32 pages of photos. .......................................................                                   22.00
342. EWEN: David: The Story of Arturo Toscanini. Henry Holt & Company, New York; 1951.
        142 pages. ...................................................................................................................................     12.00
343. FIEDLER: Johanna: Arthur Fiedler - Papa, the Pops, and Me. Doubleday, New York;
        1994. [260 pages; 16 pages of photos] (FIRST EDITION) .......................................................                                      18.00
344. FLUEGEL: Jane (editor): Bernstein Remembered - A Life in Pictures. Introduction by
        Donel Henahan; preface by Isaac Stern. Carroll & Graf, NY; 1991. 160 pages; myriad
        photos. Approx. 9 x 12 inches. ...................................................................................................                 24.00
345. 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
346. GILLIS: Daniel: Furtwangler and America. Maryland Books, New York; 1970. 143 pages;
        four photos. .................................................................................................................................     20.00
347. GLICKMAN: Loren: Don't Squeeze de Bow! - Reminiscences about Alexander
        Schneider. Terra Nova Press, Norwich, Vermont; 1996. [124 pages; many photos] ...............                                                      16.00
348. GOOSSENS: Eugene: Overture and Beginners - A Musical Autobiography. Methuen &
        Company, London; 1951. [318 pages; 20 photos] .....................................................................                                24.00
349. GRITTEN: John: A Musician Before His Time - Constantin Silvestri. Warwick Editions,
        London; 1998. [271 pages; many scattered photos] ...................................................................                               18.00
350. HAGGIN: B.H.: Conversations With Toscanini. Doubleday, Garden City, NY; 1959. 249
        pp; a few photos..........................................................................................................................         16.00
351. HAGGIN: B.H.: The Toscanini Musicians Knew. Horizon Press, 1967. 245 pages. ...................                                                       14.00
352. HEYWORTH: Peter: Otto Klemperer - Vol 1 - His Life and Times (1885-1933).
        Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 1983. [458 pages; 38 photos] ...................                                                   32.00
353. HOCKER: Karla: Sinfonische Reise - Konzerte, Gesprache, Fahrten mit Wilhelm
        Furtwangler und den Berliner Philharmonikern. In German (not translated).
        C.Bertelsmann Gutersloh; 1954. 71 pages; 8 photos. ................................................................                                16.00
354. HOELLER: Susanne Winternitz: Arturo Toscanini - A Photobiography. Island Press, New
        York; 1943. 56 pages (almost all of which are devoted to photographs, many of Toscanini
        relaxing w/friends and family). ..................................................................................................                 35.00
355. HOROWITZ: Joseph: Conversations With Arrau. Alfred Knopf, NewY; 1982. 317 pp.
        (1ST EDITION)..........................................................................................................................            16.00
356. HOROWITZ: Joseph: Understanding Toscanini - How He Became an American Culture-
        god and Helped Create a New Audience for Old Music. Alfred A. Knopf, NY; 1987. [464
        pp; 16 pp of photos] (FIRST EDITION) ....................................................................................                          18.00
357. JEFFERSON: Alan: Sir Thomas Beecham - A Centenary Tribute. World Record, Ltd;
        London, 1979. 246 pages; many fine photos scattered through the text. ...................................                                          15.00
358. KENNEDY: Michael: Adrian Boult. Hamish Hamilton, London; 1987. [326 pages; 33
        photos] ........................................................................................................................................   20.00
359. KENNEDY: Michael: Barbirolli - Conductor Laureate - The Authorized Biography.
        Hart-Davis, MacGibbon, London; 1971. 402 pages; 34 photos; includes discography. ............                                                      16.00
360. 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
361. LASSIMONNE: Denise, & FERGUSON, Howard (editors): Myra Hess, By Her Friends.
        Vanguard Press, 1966. 121 pages; 16 photos; with discography. ..............................................                                       16.00
362. LEICHTENTRITT: Hugo: Serge Koussevitzky - The Boston Symphony and the New
        American Music. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 1946. 191 pages.
        (minor cover flaws) ....................................................................................................................           25.00
363. LEINSDORF: Erich: Cadenza - A Musical Career. Houghton Mifflin, 1976. 305 pages; 29
        photos. ........................................................................................................................................   18.00
364. LOURIE: Arthur: Sergei Koussevitzky and His Epoch. Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 1931.
        First Edition. 253 pages; 16 photos and drawings. ...................................................................                              35.00
Books: Written by or about Individual Muscians - continued
365. 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
366. MAGIDOFF: Robert: Yehudi Menuhin - The Story of the Man and the Musician. Robert
        Hale Ltd., London; 1956. 286 pages; 19 pages of photos. ......................................................... 15.00
367. MALCOLM: Noel: George Enescu - His Life and Music. Preface by Yehudi Menuhin.
        Toccata Press (England), 1990. Includes discography. 320 pages; 50+ illustrations. ............... 16.00
368. MALKO: Nicolai; A Certain Art. William Morrow & Company, New York; 1966. [228 pp;
        17 illustrations] ........................................................................................................................... 18.00
369. MANDELLI: Alfredo: Toscanini - Appunti per un Bilancio Critico. [in Italian, obviously!]
        Nuove Edizione; Milano, 1972. 66 pages; one drawing; sturdy paperback. .............................. 16.00
370. MAREK: George: Toscanini. Atheneum, New York; 1975 [304 pp; 20 pp of photos] (FIRST
        EDITION)................................................................................................................................... 18.00
371. MCKENNA: Marian: Myra Hess - A Portrait. Hamish Hamilton, London; 1976. 319 pages;
        22 photos. ................................................................................................................................... 18.00
372. MENUHIN: Yehudi: Unfinished Journey. Knopf, 1977. 378 pages; 70 photos. .......................... 16.00
373. MONTEUX: Doris G.: It's All in the Music - The Life and Work of Pierre Monteux.
        Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York; 1965. First Edition. 19 photos. ..................................... 20.00
374. OSBORNE: Richard: Conversations with von Karajan. Harper & Row, 1989. 157 pages;
        20+ photos. ................................................................................................................................. 12.00
375. 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
376. PAAP: Wouter: Willem Mengelberg. Elsevier; Amsterdam & Brussels, 1960. In Dutch only;
        introduction by Paul Cronheim. 80 pages; many photos. [apparently this was supposed to
        come with a 45-rpm disc of the Old Netherlands Dances, which is not here] (spine is split) ... 12.00
377. PALMER: Tony: Menuhin - A Family Portrait. Faber and Faber; 1991. 207 pp; 12 pp of
        photos. ........................................................................................................................................ 16.00
378. PEYSER: Joan: Bernstein - A Biography. Beech Tree Books, NY; 1987. 481 pp; misc
        photos. (1st edition) .................................................................................................................... 16.00
379. PITTIER: Jacques-Michel: Victor Desarzens - The Musician and the Man; 1908-1986.
        English translation by Alan Gary. Nestle SA, Vevey, Switzerland; 1992. 150 pages; 70+
        photos. [Published in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Lausanne Chamber
        Orchestra] ................................................................................................................................... 20.00
380. 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
381. PRIEBERG: Fred K.: Trial of Strength - Wilhelm Furtwangler and the Third Reich.
        Quartet Books, London; 1991. [369 pages; 16 pages of photos] ............................................... 24.00
382. RAUCHHAUPT: Ursula (editor): Herbert von Karajan - A Tribute in Pictures. Polydor
        International, Essen; 1983. Lovely oversized volume (approximately 12.5 x 12.5 inches)
        with 97 monumental photos; somewhat more pages than that, but only the photos
        themselves are numbered. Very flattering photography of Karajan (and his family also);
        DGG's tribute to his 75th birthday. Text in German, English, French, Italian. ......................... 35.00
383. REICH: Howard: Van Cliburn. Thomas Nelson, 1993. 353 pages; illus. ...................................... 11.00
384. REID: Charles: Malcolm Sargent. Taplinger Publishing Company, 1968. 491 pages; 19
        photos. ........................................................................................................................................ 16.00
385. ROBINSON: Paul: Karajan. Lester & Orpin, Ltd., 1975. 154 pages; 11 photos. ............................ 9.00
386. ROBINSON: Paul: Solti. Vanguard Press, 1979. 168 pages; 11 photos. ........................................ 12.00
387. ROLFE: Lionel Menuhin: The Menuhins: A Family Odyssey. Pandandrum/Aris Books, San
        Francisco; 1978. 271 pages; 27 photos. ..................................................................................... 15.00
Books: Written by or about Individual Muscians - continued
388. ROSEN: Carole: The Goossens - A Musical Century. Andre Deutsch, Ltd., London; 1993.
        [495 pp; 32 pp of photos] ........................................................................................................... 20.00
389. RUBINSTEIN: Arthur: My Many Years. Knopf, 1980. 604 pages; 24 pages of photos. .............. 12.00
390. RUBINSTEIN: Arthur: My Young Years. Knopf, 1973. 479 pages; 38 photos. ........................... 12.00
391. 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
392. RUSSELL: John: Erich Kleiber - A Memoir. Andre Deutsch, London; 1957. 256 pages; 5
        photos. ........................................................................................................................................ 25.00
393. SACCHI: Filippo: The Magic Baton - Toscanini's Life for Music. G. Putnam's Sons, New
        York; 1957. [217 pages; a few photos] ...................................................................................... 18.00
394. SACHS: Harvey (editor): The Letters of Arturo Toscanini. Alfred A. Knopf, New York;
        2002. [447 pages; several well-chosen photos] .......................................................................... 20.00
395. SACHS: Harvey: Reflections on Toscanini. Grove Wiedenfeld, NY; 1991. [191 pp] (FIRST
        EDITION)................................................................................................................................... 18.00
396. SACHS: Harvey: Toscanini. Lippincott, 1978. 380 pages; 16 pages of photos. .............................. 7.00
397. SCHONBERG: Harold: The Great Pianists. Simon & Schuster, NY; 1963. 448 pp; many
        photos & illus. ............................................................................................................................ 15.00
398. SCHONZELER: Hans-Hubert: Furtwangler. Foreword by Yehudi Menuhin. Gerald
        Duckworth & Co., London; 1990. [178 pp; 16 pp of photos] .................................................... 18.00
399. SHEAD: Richard: Constant Lambert. Thames Publishing, London; reprint of 1973 original.
        208 pp; 16 pp of photos. ............................................................................................................. 15.00
400. 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
401. 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
402. SMITH: Moses: Koussevitzky. Allen, Towne & Heath, 1947. 354 pages; 11 photos. (First
        Printing)..................................................................................................................................... 25.00
403. SOLTI: George: Memoirs. Alfred A. Knopf, 1997. 235 pages; 16 pages of photos. ..................... 16.00
404. SPALDING: Albert: Rise to Follow - An Autobiography. Henry Holt & Company, NY;
        1943. 319 pp. .............................................................................................................................. 35.00
405. STUART: Otis: Perpetual Motion: The Public and Private Lives of Rudolf Nureyev.
        Simon & Schuster, 1995. 264 pages; 14 pages of photos. ......................................................... 11.00
406. SZIGETI: Joseph: With Strings Attached, Reminiscences & Reflections. Second Edition,
        revised and enlarged. Alfred A. Knopf, New York; 1967. 376 pages; 16 pages of photos. ...... 25.00
407. TAUBMAN: Howard: The Maestro - The Life of Arturo Toscanini. Simon & Schuster,
        1951. 341 pages; 15 pages of illustrations. (FIRST EDITION) ................................................. 16.00
408. TAYLOR: Harold (editor): Kentner - A Symposium. Foreword by Yehudi Menuhin.
        Paperback. Kohn & Averill, London; 1987. 80 pages; includes discography. .......................... 15.00
409. TEMIANKA: Henri: Facing the Music. David McKay Company, New York; 1973. 272 pp;
        16 pp of photos. .......................................................................................................................... 12.00
410. TILSON THOMAS: Michael: Viva Voce - Conversations with Edward Seckerson. Faber
        & Faber, London; 1994. [222 pages; scattered photos] ............................................................. 15.00
411. VAUGHAN: Roger: Herbert von Karajan. W.W. Norton & Company, New York; 1986.
        264 pages. ................................................................................................................................... 12.00
412. WALTER: Bruno: Theme and Variations - The Autobiography of a Conductor.
        Translated by James A. Galston. Alfred A. Knopf, NY; 5th Printing, 1966 (originally
        published in 1946). [344; scattered photos] ............................................................................... 20.00
Books: Written by or about Individual Muscians - continued
413. WETHERELL: Eric: Albert Sammons, Violinist - The Life of "Our Albert." Thames
       Publishing, London; 1998. Paperback. 184 pages; 8 pages of photos; with discography
       and repertoire list. .......................................................................................................................       12.00
414. WOOD: Jessie: The Last Years of Henry J. Wood. Foreword by Sir Malcolm Sargent.
       Victor Gollandz, Ltd., London; 1954. 192 pages; seven photos. ...............................................                                      20.00
415. WOOD: Sir Henry: About Conducting. Sylvan Press; London, 1945. 124 pages; a few
       photos. ........................................................................................................................................   16.00
416. WOOD: Sir Henry: My Life of Music. Victor Gollancz Ltd., London; 1938. "Cheap Edition"
       - presumably related to wartime restrictions: this copy printed in late '40's. ............................                                        16.00
Books: Books on Records & Recording
417. BALL: John, Jr.: Records for Pleasure. Rutgers University Press, 1947. 214 pages. ..................... 9.00
418. BAUER: Robert: Historical Records (1898 - 1908/09). Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd., London;
        1947. 494 pages. ......................................................................................................................... 25.00
419. 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
420. BENNETT: John R.: Voices of the Past - Volume 2: Discography of Vocal Recordings from
        the Italian Catalogues of Gramophone Company (HMV), 1898-1925. Lingfield, Surrey:
        Oakwood Press, 1957. 147 pp. (a few pp loose at end of book) ................................................ 25.00
421. 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
422. 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
423. 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
424. 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
425. FULOP: Peter: Mahler Discography Kaplan Foundation, New York; 1995. [473 pages] .......... 100.00
426. HOLMES: John L.: Conductors on Record. 734 pp. Greenwood Press, 1982. [An absolutely
        amazing amount of information, both biographical and discographic (though he does not
        quote labels and numbers)] ......................................................................................................... 50.00
427. LEON: Jacques Alain: Numerical Catalog of Red-Seal Victor Vocal Records, Part 1 (500-
        9999). Batista & Filho Ltda; Brazil, 1964. 177 pages; sturdy paperback; #159 of what was
        apparently a limited edition. ....................................................................................................... 35.00
428. LEON: Jacques Alain: Numerical Catalog of Red-Seal Victor Vocal Records, Part 2
        (10000-18546). Grafica Waldeck Ltda; Brazil, 1968. 86 pages; sturdy paperback; #017 of
        what was apparently a limited edition; apparently autographed by the author on the
        foreword page. ............................................................................................................................ 35.00
429. REID: Robert H: (editor): The Gramophone Shop Encyclopedia of Recorded Music -
        Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. Crown Publishers, 1948. 639 pages. [comprehensive
        listing of classical recordings available at the time of publication, including brief
        commentaries on the composers] ............................................................................................... 18.00
430. SCHWARZKOPF: Elizabeth: On and Off the Record - A Memoir of Walter Legge.
        Introduction by Herbert von Karajan. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1982. 292 pages; 16 pages
        of photos. .................................................................................................................................... 15.00
Books: Books about Records or Recording - continued
431. SMATH: Michael: Voices of the Past - Volume 5: Discography of "D" & "E" His Masters
        Voice Recordings. Lingfield, Surrey: Oakwood Press, Undated. 149 pages. ............................                                            25.00
432. SMETH: Michael & COSENS, Ian: Voices of the Past - Volume 8: The Columbia
        Gramophone Company Ltd. Catalog: English Celebrity Issues. Oakwood Press, England;
        undated. 240 pages. ....................................................................................................................        25.00
433. STUART: Philip: The London Philharmonic Discography. Greenwood Press, Westport,
        CT; 1997. 530 pp ........................................................................................................................       75.00
434. 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: Miscellaneous Musical Subjects
435. AMES: Evelyn: A Wind from the West - Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic
       Abroad. Houghton Mifflin, 1970. 169 pages; 19 photos. First Edition. ....................................                                        12.00
436. 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
437. ARIAN: Edward: Bach, Beethoven and Bureacracy - The Case of the Philadelphia
       Orchestra. University of Alabama Press, University, Alabama; 1971. 158 pages. ..................                                                 20.00
438. BARZUN: Jacques: Romanticism and the Modern Ego. Little, Brown & Company; Boston,
       1943. 331 pages. (FIRST EDITION) .........................................................................................                       20.00
439. BERNSTEIN: Leonard: The Joy of Music. Simon & Schuster, NY; 1959. [303 pp; 10 pp of
       photos] (1ST EDITION).............................................................................................................               16.00
440. BORDMAN: Gerald: American Musical Theatre - A Chronicle. Oxford University Press,
       1978. 694 pages. .........................................................................................................................       16.00
441. 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
442. 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
443. 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
444. COX: David: The Henry Wood Proms. Foreword by Sir Adrian Boult. British Broadcasting
       Corporation, London; 1980. 389 pages; scattered photos. .........................................................                                20.00
445. 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
446. DARRELL: R.D. (editor): The Gramophone Shop Encyclopedia of Recorded Music -
        Original Edition. Foreword by Lawrence Gilman. [Lists all electrical recordings of
        classical music which were in-print at time of publication.] Gramophone Shop, 1936. 574
        pages. [Second edition (1942) edited by George Clark Leslie; Third edition (1948) edited
        by Robert H. Reid] .....................................................................................................................             25.00
447. 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
448. ERSKINE: John: The Philharmonic - Symphony Society of New York - Its First 100
        Years. The Macmillan Company, New York; 1943. 168 pp; eight photos. [includes
        programs of subscription concerts, 1917-42] .............................................................................                            35.00
449. EWEN: David: Dictators of the Baton. Alliance Book Corporation, Chicago & New York;
        1943. 305 pages. [Covers 30 conductors with a photo of each (the obvious, but also such
        figures as Krueger, Kindler, Dixon, Barlow, Frank Black. Interesting stuff but some
        curious judgments: Reiner needed "some ice to contrast the fires; some contemplation to
        mellow the excitement."] ............................................................................................................                20.00
450. GIRARD: Victor & BARNES, Harold M.: Vertical-cut Cylinders and Discs ("A Catalog of
        all 'Hill-&-Dale' Recordings of Serious Worth " ca.1897-1932). British Institute of
        Recorded Sound, 1971. 196 pages. ............................................................................................                        20.00
451. GOLLANCZ: Victor: Journey Towards Music - A Memoir. E.P.Dutton & Company, New
        York; 1965. 238 pages; 35 illustrations; 2 in colour. .................................................................                              16.00
452. HIGH FIDELITY: (editors): 1975 Edition - Records in Review. Wyeth Press/Billboard,
        1970-75. 553 pages. Compiled & edited by Edith Carter. (First Edition; minor cover
        stains) ..........................................................................................................................................   10.00
453. HIGH FIDELITY: (editors): 1977 Edition - Records in Review. Wyeth Press, 1977. 465
        pages. ..........................................................................................................................................    10.00
454. HOWE: M.A.DeWolfe: The Boston Symphony Orchestra, 1881-1931. Riverside Press,
        Cambridge, Massachusetts; 1931. 272 pages; six pages of photos (mostly the conductors).
        Includes appendices of full repertoire, all orchestra members, and guest artists. (very
        minor spine flaws) ......................................................................................................................            35.00
455. KAUFMAN: Helen L. & HANSL, Eva vB.: Artists in Music of Today. Grosset & Dunlap,
        New York; 1933. 111 pages; 50 portraits. [Includes pages on Bauer, Bodanzky, Bori,
        Casals, Chaliapin, Damrosch, Elman, Enesco, Gieseking, Godowsky, Heifetz, Hess,
        Jeritza, Koussevitzky, Lehmann, Schelling, Spalding, Stock, Robeson, Szigeti, Thomas,
        Walter, etc.] Aproximately 9 x 12 inches. ..................................................................................                         20.00
456. KENNEDY: Michael: The Halle, 1858-1983: A History of the Orchestra. Manchester
        University Press, Manchester; 1982. 140 pages; 12 pages of photos; paperback. .....................                                                  15.00
457. 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
458. 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
459. LESLIE: George Clark (editor): The Gramophone Shop Encyclopedia of Recorded Music
        - Second Edition. Foreword by Lawrence Gilman. [Lists all electrical recordings of
        classical music which were in-print at time of publication.] Simon & Schuster, 1936. 558
        pages. [First edition (1936) was edited by R. D. Darrell; Third edition (1948) was edited
        by Robert H. Reid] .....................................................................................................................             25.00
460. NEWMAN: Ernest: Testament of Music. [Selected writings chosen and introduced by
        Herbert Van Thal] Knopf, 1963. 302 pages. ..............................................................................                             12.00
461. 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
Books: Miscellaneous Musical Subjects- continued
462. REID: Robert H. (editor): The Gramophone Shop Encyclopedia of Recorded Music -
        Third Edition. [Lists all electrical recordings of classical music which were in-print at the
        time of publication.] Crown Publishers, 1948. 639 pp. [First edition (1936) edited by
        R.D.Darrell; Second edition (1942) edited by George Clark Leslie] (pristine copy) ................                                             25.00
463. REUTER: Florizel von: Great People I Have Known. Freeman Printing Company,
        Waukesha, WI; 1961. 231 pp; with many pp of photographs and especially of autographs
        of famous musicians (Elgar, Kreisler, Flesch, Thibaud, Strauss, Grieg, Reger, etc.) and
        also of many European heads of state, encountered during the author's years as a child
        prodigy violinist in the early 1900's. [Obscure; AUTOGRAPHED on flyleaf by author] ........                                                    35.00
464. RUSSELL: Thomas: Philharmonic Decade. Hutchinson & Co., London; c.1944. 171 pp.
        [Discusses first 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
465. SACHS: Harvey: Music in Fascist Italy. W. W. Norton & Co, New York; 1988. [257 pages]
        (FIRST AMERICAN EDITION) ...............................................................................................                       30.00
466. SARGEANT: Winthrop: Jazz - Hot and Hybrid - New and Enlarged Edition. Dutton; New
        York, 1946. 274 pages; with musical examples. (FIRST EDITION) ........................................                                         12.00
467. SCHERCHEN: Hermann: The Nature of Music. Translated from the German by William
        Mann; preface by Edward J. Dent. Henry Regnery Company, 1950; Copyright by Mondial
        Verlag, Winterthur, Switzerland, 1946. 193 pages; many musical examples. ...........................                                           35.00
468. SCHNEIDER: David: The San Francisco Symphony. Foreword by Edo de Waart. Presidio
        Press, Novato California; 1983; 324 pages; scattered photos. ...................................................                               16.00
469. 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
470. SHORE: Bernard: The Orchestra Speaks. Longmans, Green & Co., London; 1938 (this
        printing, 1946). 218 pages. [Shore was principal viola in the BBC Symphony; includes
        chapters on Beecham, Boult, Casals, Albert Coates, Harty, Koussevitzky, Mengelberg,
        Toscanini, Wood, etc. .................................................................................................................        25.00
471. STRANGWAYS: A. H. Fox: The Music of Hindustan. Oxford at the Clarendon Press;
        1914. 352 pages; with many musical examples & photos scattered through the text. (minor
        jacket wear/very light stains some pps) ......................................................................................                 20.00
472. TAPER: Richard: Balanchine - A Biography. Times Books; New York, 1984. 427 pages;
        many photo. ................................................................................................................................   12.00
473. WEINGARTNER: Fannie (editor): Ravinia - The Festival at Its Half Century. Ravinia
        Festival Association, 1985. 160 pages, virtually all with photos. Nice tribute to the CSO's
        summer home. Approx. 9 x 12 inches. .......................................................................................                    16.00
474. WITESCHNIK: Alexander: Musik aus Wien. Wiener Verlag; Vienna, 1949. In German - not
        translated. 434 pages; photos and other illustrations scattered in the text. ................................                                  20.00
Books: Conductors
475. 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
476. 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 pp; one photo of each conductor................................................................................                       16.00
477. 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
478. RUDOLF: Max: The Grammar of Conducting. With a foreword by George Szell.
       G.Schirmer, Inc; New York, 1950. 345 pages; with many musical examples and diagrams.
       (minor tear at bottom of spine) ...................................................................................................             24.00
                                                        LONG-PLAYING RECORDS
                         That's it for the tapes and books: the rest of the catalog is devoted to LP's.
LP's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire
                      Operatic and choral listings include libretti unless noted NL for "No Libretto."
479.*ADAMS: Grand Pianola Music (Ambush; Bryden; Wheeler, sopranos). REICH: Eight
       Lines. Feinberg; Oppens, pf; Wilson/Solisti New York. [dig] Angel DS-37345. FS ..............                                                        10.00
480.*BEETHOVEN: Christ on the Mount of Olives. Peerce; Stader; Wiener; Scherchen/VSOO;
       Cho. West WST-17033. A- ........................................................................................................                     12.00
481. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Flagstad; Maison; Kipnis; Janssen; Huehn; Darcy;
       Walter/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; February 22, 1941; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age
       of Opera EJS 126(2). B ..............................................................................................................                20.00
482.*BEETHOVEN: Mass in C. Iliev/Sofia State Philharmonic; Rodina Cho. Balkanton BXA-
       1241. A- ......................................................................................................................................      11.00
483.*BEETHOVEN: Mass in C. Vyvyan; Sinclair; Lewis; Nowakowski; Beecham/RPO;
       Beecham Choral Soc. Capitol SG-7168. A- .............................................................................                                18.00
484.*BEETHOVEN: Missa Solemnis. M.Price; Ludwig; Ochman; Talvela; Bohm/VPO; VSO
       Concert Choir. DGG 2707 080(2). A- to A(c/c) ......................................................................                                  14.00
485. BEETHOVEN: Missa Solemnis. Marshall; Merriman; Cooley; Hines; Toscanini/NBC Sym;
       Shaw Chorale. [handsome box with stenciled cover] [SD labels] RCA LM-6013(2). A- .......                                                             20.00
486. BEETHOVEN: Missa Solemnis. Marshall; Merriman; Conley; Hines; Toscanini/NBC;
       Shaw Chorale. German RCA AT-200(2). A- to A(lovely German pressings) .........................                                                       18.00
487. BERLIOZ: Benvenuto Cellini. Gedda; Cuenod; Esposito; Balducci; Voilier; Pappaz; de
       Froment/OSR; Chorus of Grand Theatre, Geneva. [live, 1964; NL; blank jackets]
       Golden Age of Opera EJS 315(2). B ..........................................................................................                         15.00
488.*BERLIOZ: Te Deum. Tagliavini; Davis/LSO & Cho; Wandsworth Boys' Cho. Philips 839
       790. A- to A ................................................................................................................................        10.00
489.*BIZET: I Pescatori di Perle. Kraus; Bruscantini; Campo; Cillario/Teatro Liceo di
       Barcellona. [notes & libretto Italian only] Bongiovanni GB-516/7(2). A- to A .......................                                                 20.00
490.*BLISS: Pastoral - "Lie Strewn the White Flocks" (Michelow; Knight; Cho); A Knot of
       Riddles (Shirley-Quirk). Morris/London Ch Orch. [composer present at recording
       sessions] Virtuoso TPLS-13036. A- ...........................................................................................                        10.00
491.*BRAHMS: German Requiem (Tomowa-Sintow; Lieb; Koch/Berlin Radio/Cho); Fest-und
       Gedenkspruche, Op.109; Three Motets, Op.110 (Knothe/Berlin Radio Solo Ens & Cho).
       MHS 3724/25(2). A- ..................................................................................................................                12.00
492.*BRAHMS: German Requiem; Haydn Variations. Janowitz; Waechter; Karajan/BPO;
       Wiener Singverein. [in early, sturdy oversized box] [tulip labels] DGG 138 928/29(2). A-
       to A .............................................................................................................................................   24.00
493. BRAHMS: Marienlieder; Four Songs for Women's Voices with Two Horns & Harp,
       Op.17 (Schmid/Vienna Ch Cho); Gesang der Parzen; Nanie (Swoboda/Vienna Sym;
       Vienna Ch Cho). West XWN-18062. B++.................................................................................                                 12.00
494.*BRITTEN: Billy Budd. Glossop; Pears; Langdon; Shirley-Quirk; Composer/LSO. Lon
       OSA-1390(3). A- ........................................................................................................................             20.00
495.*BRITTEN: Peter Grimes. Vickers; Harper; Summers; Davis/ROHCG. Philips 6769 014(3).
       A- to A ........................................................................................................................................     12.00
496.*CHARPENTIER: Louise. Lott; Pruett; Blanc; Gorr; Cambreling/Belgian Opera. [dig; Live,
       1983] Erato NUM-750843(3). A-(minor box corner dents).......................................................                                         16.00
497. 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
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
498.*CIMAROSA: Il Pittor Parigino. Garino; Kincses; Szucs; Kleitmann; Gregor; Pal/Salieri
        Ch Orch. Hungaroton SLPD-12972-74(3). A-.......................................................................... 24.00
499.*COPLAND: Old American Songs, Sets 1 & 2 (Warfield). Clarinet Concerto (Goodman).
        Composer/Col Sym (in all). [the Songs in particular are just wonderful, especially in their
        orchestration, and so is Warfield's performance of them] Col MS-6497. A-("2-eyes"
        labels) ......................................................................................................................................... 24.00
500. DEBUSSY: L'Enfant Prodigue; La Damoiselle Elue; Noel des Enfants qui n'ont Plus de
        Maison. Gorge; Joly; Legay; Cottret; Inghelbrecht/Champs Elysees Theatre Orch.
        West WL-5336. C(listed only because it's so rare; stopgap?) ...................................................... 6.00
501.*DELIUS: Fennimore and Gerda. Soderstrom; Tear; Cook; Davies/Danish Radio Orch &
        Cho. [quad] Angel SBLX-3835(2). A- ...................................................................................... 14.00
502.*DELIUS: Songs of Sunset; Cynara; An Arabesque. Baker; Shirley-Quirk;
        Groves/Liverpool Phil; Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-36603. A- ................................................. 9.00
503.*DONIZETTI: La Favorita. Toczyska; Kraus; Sardinero; Siepi; Monica/Unnamed
        Company. [Live, 1981; without notes or libretto - as issued] HRE 401(3). A- ........................ 18.00
504. DONIZETTI: La Favorita. di Stefano; Simoniato; Siepi; Mascherini; Cellini/Palacio de las
        Bellas Artes, Mexico City. [Live; July 12, 1950; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of
        Opera EJS 319(2). B ................................................................................................................... 18.00
505.*DONIZETTI: La Fille du Regiment. Sills; Corena; Greenspon; Hirst; Gagnon/unidentified
        company. [with synopsis but NL] Rataplan RA-200(2). A- ..................................................... 25.00
506. DONIZETTI: Poliuto. Corelli; Callas; Bastianini; Zaccaria; De Palma; Votto/La Scala. [live,
        12-7-60; bl covs; NL]. FWR 644(2). B ...................................................................................... 16.00
507. DVORAK: Armida. Caballe; Schlott; Engels; Brambock; Albrecht/Unidentified company
        [Live; Bremen, 1961; bl covs; extended synopsis & brief notes; NL] Private Edition MR-
        2007(2). A-(lgt tks 1/4-inch sd 2) ............................................................................................... 18.00
508.*FALLA: Atlantida (realized and completed by Halffter). Tarres; Gimenez; Sardinero;
        Fruhbeck de Burgos/Spanish National Orch & Cho. [quad] Angel SBLX-3852(2). A- ...... 16.00
509.*FAURE: Requiem. de los Angeles; Fischer-Dieskau; Cluytens/PCO; Brasseur Cho. Angel
        S-35974. A-(blue labels; Canadian pressing) ............................................................................. 12.00
510. 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
511.*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
512.*GOUNOD: Mireille. Freni; Vanzo; Rhodes; Van Dam; Bacquier; Plasson/Toulouse Orch
        & Cho. Angel SZCX-3905(3). A-(c/c) ...................................................................................... 18.00
513.*GOUNOD: Romeo and Juliet. Corelli; Freni; Depraz; Cales; Thau; Vilma; Cardona;
        Lombard/Paris Opera. [blue labels] Angel SCL-3734(3). A-................................................. 20.00
514.*GRIFFES: Songs (12); Milnes; Stapp; Bryn-Julson with Spong & Richardson, pianists
        and Ozawa/BSO, who also play The Pleasure-Dome of Kubla Khan. Also - Three Tone
        Pictures (New World Ch Ens). [fold-open album includes extensive notes] New World
        NW-273. A- to A(c/c)................................................................................................................. 12.00
515. 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) .................................................................................. 25.00
516.*HENZE: Der Junge Lord. Little; Mathis; Otto; Driscoll; Krebs; McDaniel;
        Dohnanyi/Berlin Opera. [tulip labels] DGG 139 257/59(3). A- to A(demo copy) ................. 30.00
517. HINDEMITH: Das Marienleben. Lammers, soprano; Puchelt, piano. Barenreiter
        Musicaphon BM 30-L 1514/15(2). A- ....................................................................................... 18.00
518.*HINDEMITH: Mathis der Maler. Fischer-Dieskau; King; Koszut; Wagemann;
        Kubelik/BVRS & Cho. [quad] Angel SZCX-3869(3). A-(c/c) ................................................ 20.00
519. 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
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
520.*JANACEK: The Cunning Little Vixen. Popp; Randova; Jedlicka; Mackerras/VPO. [dig;
       Dutch pressing] London LDR-72010(2). A- to A ...................................................................... 14.00
521.*JOSTEN: (Werner; 1885-1963): Concerto Sacro I-II. Del Tredici, piano obbligato;
       Stokowski/American Sym. CRI SD-200. A-............................................................................ 16.00
522.*KUNNEKE: Der Vetter aus Dingsda. Kollo; van Juten; Wolff; Kusche; Kunneke;
       Geese/Cologne Radio Orch. [German-only notes; NL] German RCA RL-30867(2). A- to
       A ................................................................................................................................................. 14.00
523.*LA MONTAINE: (John): The Nine Lessons of Christmas. Baker; Griffith; Molstad;
       Composer/Fredonia Singers. Fredonia FD-6. FS .................................................................... 16.00
524.*LAZAROF: (Henri; b.1932): Canti (Roger Wagner Chorale). MARC-ANTONIO CONSOLI
       (b.1941): Vuci Siculani (Martin, soprano; Composer/Inst Ens). CRI SD-465. FS ................... 12.00
525.*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
526.*MAHLER: Des Knaben Wunderhorn. Schwarzkopf; Fischer-Dieskau; Szell/LSO. [blue
       labels] Angel S-36547. A- ............................................................................................................ 8.00
527.*MARTIN: Golgotha. Staempfli; Montmollin; Tappy; Mollet; Huttenlocher; Faller/Orch;
       Cho. MHS 1337/8(2). A- ............................................................................................................ 18.00
528.*MARTINU: The Opening of the Wells; The Legend of the Smoke from the Potato Tops;
       Dandelion Romance; Mikes from the Mountains (all are cantatas on works by Miroslav
       Bures). Soloists; Veselka/Czech Philhamonic Cho. Supraphon 1112-3631-2(2). A- ............. 20.00
529.*MARTIRANO: (Salvatore): Mass. London/Ineluctable Modality. DONALD MARTINO:
       Seven Pious Pieces. Oliver/Oliver Chorale. New World NW-210. A- ..................................... 11.00
530.*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
531. 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
532.*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- ............................................................................................................................... 16.00
533.*MASSENET: Le Roi de Lahore. Sutherland; Milnes; Tourangeau; Ghiaurov; Lima; Morris;
       Bonynge/National Philharmonic. [dig] London 3LDR-10025(3). A-(Dutch pressings) ........ 10.00
534.*MASSENET: Marie Magdeleine. Crespin; Nadler; Roney; Rouleau; Morss/Unnamed
       company. [Live; 1976] BJR S-138(2). A- ................................................................................. 30.00
535.*MASSENET: Werther. Kraus; Troyanos; Bastin; Barbaux; Manuguerra; Plasson/LPO.
       Angel SZCX-3894(3). A-(libretto booklet AUTOGRAPHED by Kraus) ................................ 25.00
536. MENOTTI: Amelia al Ballo. Carosio; Panerai; Prandelli; Amadini; Sanzogno/La Scala.
       [NL; Italian-only notes] Italian Odeon 33QCX-10070. A- ........................................................ 16.00
537. MENOTTI: The Unicorn, the Gorgon & the Manticore. Hodges; Nowland; Hensley;
       Karian; Schippers/Ch Ens & Cho. Angel 35437. A--(earliest U.S. red-label pressing) .......... 16.00
538. MESSAGER: Veronique. Boue; Bourdin; de Rieux; Marquet; Moizan; Mallet;
       Dervaux/Orch & Cho. London Internationl TW-91093/94(2). A-(NL) .................................. 18.00
539.*MEYERBEER: Robert le Diable. Ramey; Anderson; Vanzo; Lagrange;
       Fulton/unidentified company. [Live; Paris, 1985; first recording of complete original
       French version in five acts; includes notes booklet and French/English libretto] Legendary
       LR-211(4). A--(minor pressing flaws cause occasional sound) ................................................. 24.00
540.*MONIUSZKO: Flis ("The Raftsman;" opera in one act). Majak; Slonicka; Ladysz;
       Gorzynski/Warsaw Philharmonic & Cho. [with English notes and synopsis, but NL]
       Muza SX-0145. A- ..................................................................................................................... 16.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
541.*MONRAD-JOHANSEN: Songs (17). Skaug & Lund, vocalists; Levin, piano. Two Portraits
       from the Middle Ages; Nordland Scenes. Bratlie, piano. Philips 6507 035. A- to A ...............                                               14.00
542.*MONTEVERDI: L'Incoronazione di Poppea. Laszlo; Lewis; Bible; Dominguez; Cava;
       Pritchard/RPO; Glyndebourne Festival Cho. [blue labels] Angel SBL-3644(2). A-
       (booklet photo page AUTOGRAPHED by Dominguez) ..........................................................                                       24.00
543.*MONTEVERDI: Lamento d/Arianna (and other madrigals of Monteverdi, Jannequin,
       Lassus, Marenzio, Gesualdo & Josquin des Prez). Deller/Deller Consort. Bach Guild
       BGS-70671. FS...........................................................................................................................       12.00
544. MOUSSORGSKY: Boris Godunov. Reizen; Krassovsky; Bogdanov; Sipaev; Nelepp;
       Mikhailov; Golovanov/Bolshoi. [nice photos; Russian-only text; NL; rec 1948] Melodiya
       33M10-47403-10(4). A- .............................................................................................................            35.00
545.*MOZART: Abduction from the Seraglio (sung in English). Dobbs; Gedda; Eddy; Fryatt;
       Mangin; Menuhin/Bath Festival Orch; Ambrosian Singers. [With notes, but no libretto
       (as issued)] [blue labels] Angel SC-3741(3). A- ........................................................................                       15.00
546.*MOZART: Abduction from the Seraglio. Marshall; Hollweg; Simoneau; Beecham/RPO.
       [blue labels] Angel S-3555(2). A- ..............................................................................................               14.00
547. 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+(very fine pressing for EJS!) .....................................................................................                  25.00
548. MOZART: Les Noces de Figaro. Stich-Randall; Streich; Lorengar; Gayraud; Rehfuss;
       Panerai; Cuenod; Rosbaud/PCO; Brasseur Cho. [From Festival d'Aix-en-Provence,
       1955; with lovely tassled libretto booklet, but notes in French only, and libretto only
       Italian/French] Pathe DTX-206/208(3). B+(occ tks) .................................................................                            25.00
549.*MOZART: Marriage of Figaro. Wachter; Schwarzkopf; Cossotto; Taddei; Moffo;
       Giulini/PO & Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-3608(4). A- .............................................................                              20.00
550.*MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godunov. Talvela; Gedda; Mroz; Kinasz; Hiolski; Haugland;
       Semkow/Polish Radio Orch & Cho; Boys' Cho. [First recording of original version;
       quad] Angel SDLX-3844(4). A- ................................................................................................                  18.00
551.*NICOLAI: Te Deum. Lear; Stewart; Turke; Kostia; Basler; Hoppe; Vantin; Schenk.
       Lange/Berlin Radio Orch; Cho. [tulip labels] DGG 139 170. A- to A(s/s) ............................                                            15.00
552.*NONO: Como una ola de fuerza y luz; U estonces comprendio. Vocal soloists; Pollini,
       piano; Abbado/BVRS; Cho. DGG 2530 436. A- to A ..............................................................                                  12.00
553.*NORDHEIM: (Arne): Aurora; Klokkesong; Tres Lamentationes. Misc soloists & cho;
       Hogset cond. Aurora 1902. A- to A ...........................................................................................                  14.00
554. OFFENBACH: Genevieve de Brabant (complete without dialogue). Dachary; Hennetier;
       Ristori; Parrat; Peyron; Creder/ORTF & Cho. [Broadcast; NL; blank jacket] Golden Age
       of Opera EJS 449. B+ .................................................................................................................         16.00
555. OFFENBACH: Le Pont des Soupirs. Capderou; Stiot; Demigny; Dachery; Mallabrera;
       Alpress/ORTF Orch & Cho. SIDE 4: OFFENBACH: Le Violoneux. Moizan; Lubin;
       Senechal; Depraz; Jollis; Allener/ORTF. [Live; NL; blank jackets] ANNA 1022(2). A- .......                                                     15.00
556.*ORFF: Catulli Carmina. Blegen; Kness; Ormandy/Phila; Temple Un Cho. Col MS-7017.
       A-("2-eyes" )...............................................................................................................................   12.00
557.*ORFF/KEETMAN: Weihnachtsgeschichte; Weihnachtslieder. Reiser; Salzburger
       Kirtenbuben; Schmidt-Gaden/Tolzer Knabenchor. [German-only texts] Electrola
       1C057-99 658. A- to A ...............................................................................................................          11.00
558. PACINI: Saffo. Gencer; Quilco; Mattiucci; Del Bianco; Capuana/Teatro San Carlo,
       Naples. [Live; April 7, 1967; blank box] Golden Age of Opera EJS 404(2). B+(very fine
       pressing for EJS!) .......................................................................................................................     25.00
559. PALESTRINA: Improperium (Offertorio a cinque voci); Missa Nigra sum (a cinque voci).
       D.Bartolucci/Sistine Chapel Choir. [Italian-only notes; in lovely thick album with
       stencil-cut frame over an old Italian print] Istituto Internazionale del Disco IM-1004. A- .......                                             16.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
560. PALESTRINA: Offertori (a cinque voci). D.Bartolucci/Sistine Chapel Choir. [Italian-only
       notes; in lovely thick album with stencil-cut frame over an old Italian print] Istituto
       Internazionale del Disco IM-1007. A-........................................................................................                   16.00
561. PALESTRINA: Tu es Petrus (mottetto); Missa ut - re - mi - fa - sol - la (esacordale).
       D.Bartolucci/Sistine Chapel Choir. [Italian-only notes; in lovely thick album with
       stencil-cut frame over an old Italian print] Istituto Internazionale del Disco IM-1001. A- .......                                             16.00
562.*PALIASHVILY: Absalom and Etery. Sotkilawa; T. & L. Tatischwili; Schuschanija;
       Tschkonija; Mirzchulava/USSR Radio Orch & Cho. DGG 2709 094(3). A- to A ................                                                       16.00
563.*PANUFNIK: Universal Prayer. Cantelo; Watts; Mitchinson; Stalman; Stokowski/Louis
       Halsey Singers; Kynaston, organ; Watkins, Korchinska & Bonifacio, harps. Unicorn
       RHS-305. A- ...............................................................................................................................    16.00
564.*PONCHIELLI: La Gioconda. Tebaldi; Horne; Bergonzi; Merrill; Maionica; de Palma;
       Foiani; Gardelli/ASCR. London OSA-1388(3). A- to A(c/c; Dutch pressings) .......................                                               21.00
565.*PUCCINI: La Rondine. Te Kanawa; Domingo; Niculescu; Rendall; Nucci; Watson;
       Maazel/LSO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. [dig] CBS I2M-37852(2). A- to A ............................                                                  14.00
566.*PUCCINI: Madama Butterfly. Bieshu; Fedoseyev; Novoselova; Borisova; Ermler/Bolshoi
       Theatre. [notes in Russian only; NL] Melodiya 03905/10(3). A- .............................................                                    24.00
567. PUCCINI: Manon Lescaut. Petrella; Morelli; del Monaco; Silva; Antonicelii/Mexico City.
       [Live, 1951; blank covers; NL] Unique Opera UORC-319(2). A- ............................................                                       18.00
568. 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
569.*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
570. 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
571.*RAVEL: Songs (complete). Berganza; Lott; Mesple; Norman; Bacquier; Van Dam;
       Plasson/Misc Orchs; Baldwin, piano; Debost, flute; Fontanarosa, violin. [dig; DMM]
       Angel DSCX-3965(3). FS ..........................................................................................................              35.00
572.*REGER: Motets, Op.110: #1-3; 12-Voice Vater Unser. Kahlhofer/Barmen-Gemarke
         Kantorei. MHS 3053. A- ..........................................................................................................            10.00
573.*RESPIGHI: Belfagor. Miller; Sass; Lamberti; Takacs; Polgar; Gardelli/Hungarian State
       Orch; Hungarian Radio & TV Chorus. [dig] Hungaroton SLPD-12850-52(3). A- ..............                                                        30.00
574.*REYER: (Ernest; 1823-1909): Sigurd. Chauvet; Guiot; Massard; Esposito; Bastin; Blanc;
       Rosenthal/Unnamed Company. [Live; 1974] BJR S-141(4). A- ............................................                                          60.00
575. ROCCA: Monte Ivnor. Gencer; Colzani; Algorta; Gavarini; Armando La Rosa
       Parodi/orch & cho. [Live, no date given; NL; bl covs] Golden Age of Opera EJS 408(2).
       B(bubbly pressing, but not bad for an EJS) ................................................................................                    24.00
576. ROREM: Two Psalms and a Proverb. WUORINEN: Prayer of Jonah. KAY: Choral
       Triptych. FLANAGAN: Chapters from Ecclesiastes. Pinkham/King's Chapel Cho;
       Orch. Cambridge CRM-416. A- .................................................................................................                  11.00
577. 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
578. ROSSINI: La Cenerentola. Berganza; Monti; Bruscatini; Monreale; Rossi/Scarlatti
       Orchestra & Chorus of RAI Naples. [Live; 1958] Movimento Musica 03 004(3). A- ..........                                                       20.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
579. ROSSINI: Semiramide. Sutherland; Simionato; Raimondi; Ganzarolli; Santini/La Scala.
       [Live, 12/19/62; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 259(3). B to B+ ...................... 18.00
580.*SCHMIDT: Das Buch mit Sieben Siegeln. Patzak; Wiener; Steffek; Topper; Majkut;
       Guthrie; Lippe/Munich Phil; Graz Cathedral Cho. [German-onoy libretto & notes]
       Amadeo AVRS-5004/05 St(2). A-- ............................................................................................ 14.00
581.*SCHONBERG: Pierrot Lunaire (in English; Laine; Howarth/Nash Ens). IVES: Three
       Songs (Laine; Hymas, piano). RCA LRL1-5058. A-(demo copy) ........................................... 12.00
582.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Execution of Stepan Razin; Symphony #9. Gromadsky;
       Kondrashin/Moscow Phil; Cho. Mel-Angel SR-40000. A- ....................................................... 6.00
583.*SIBELIUS: Kullervo (1st recording); Swanwhite (incidental music); Kuolema (Scene with
       Cranes). Kostia; Viitanen (in Kullervo); Berglund/Bournemouth Sym. Angel SB-
       3778(2). A- ................................................................................................................................. 12.00
584. SPONTINI: Fernando Cortez. Tebaldi; Penno; Protti; Tajo; De Palma; Santini/unidentified
       company. [Live, 1951] [NL] HRE 286(2). A-........................................................................... 16.00
585.*STEFFANI: La Liberta Contenta. White; Hardesty;Fortunato; Glaze; Jenkins/Clarion
       Concert Orch. Voce 74(3). A- .................................................................................................. 27.00
586. STRAUSS: Der Rosenkavalier. Schech; Edelmann; Topper; Koth; Peter; Fehenberger;
       Kuen; Knappertsbusch/Bavarian State Opera. [Live, 1957; photos & English notes but
       NL] Melodram MEL-S-102(4). A- ............................................................................................ 32.00
587. STRAUSS: Elektra. Varnay; Hoengen; Wegner; Svanholm; Schoeffler; Reiner/Unnamed
       Company (doubtless the Met). [Live; 1952; NL; no notes (as issued)] SJS 704/705(2). A- .... 18.00
588. STRAUSS: Elektra. Madeira; Borkh; Lorenz; Bohme; Della Casa; Mitropoulos/Salzburg
       Festival. [Live, August 1957; NL] Discocorp SID-731(2). A-.................................................. 18.00
589. STRAUSS: Feuersnot. Hering; Pappas; Napier; Condo; Aoyama; Spica; Nimsgerd;
       Maag/RAI Turin [Live, October 18, 1973]. Four Last Songs. Della Casa;
       Rieger/Bavarian Sym. [Live] Discocorp IGI-301(2). A- ......................................................... 23.00
590. STRAUSS: Salome. Varnay; Patzak; Klose; Braun; Hopf; Weigert/BVRS. [Live, 1953; NL]
       IGI 289(2). A- ............................................................................................................................. 18.00
591.*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
592.*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
593.*THOMAS: Hamlet. Milnes; Sutherland; Morris; Conrad; Winbergh; Lewis; Bonynge/Welsh
       National Opera. [dig; Dutch pressing] London 410 184(3). A- to A ....................................... 20.00
594. THOMAS: Hamlet. Dubuc; Portanier; Delvaux; Cooleman; Bert; Cuyckens/Royal Opera,
       Ghent. [Live, 1968; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 442(2). B .......................... 18.00
595.*THOMAS: Mignon. Tourangeau; Rogers; Wilden; Chabonneau; Santos;
       Bonynge/Unidentified company. [Live, 1977] BJR S-144(3). A- ........................................... 23.00
596.*TIPPETT: The Vision of St. Augustine (Shirley-Quirk; Composer/LSO & Cho); Fantasia
       on a Theme of Handel (Kitchin, piano). British RCA SER-5620. A- ...................................... 12.00
597.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Hodie. Baker; Lewis; Shirley-Quirk; Willcocks/LSO; Bach
       Choir; Westminster Abbey Choristers. [blue labels] Angel S-36297. A- ............................... 8.00
598. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Mass in g. BACH: Motet #1. Soloists; Ian Morton/Macalester
       College Little Choir. [recorded c.1961] Private KB-2674. A- ................................................. 14.00
599.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Mass in g. BRITTEN: A Ceremony of Carols. Wells; English;
       Bevan; Whitworth; Elder; Finch; Campbell/Renaissance Singers; Choristers of
       Canterbury Cathedral. [recorded at Canterbury] London OS-25271. A- ............................... 12.00
600.*VERDI: Aida. Freni; Carreras; Baltsa; Cappuccilli; Raimondi; van Dam; Ricciarelli; Moser;
       Karajan/VPO; VSO Cho. Angel SZCX-3888(3). A- .............................................................. 11.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
601.*VERDI: Attila. Raimondi; Bergonzi; Deutekom; Milnes; Bastin; Cassinelli; Gardelli/RPO;
       Ambrosian Singers; Finchley Children's Music Group. Philips 6700 056(2). A- to A ....... 16.00
602.*VERDI: Don Carlo. Corelli; Janowitz; Verrett; Ghiaurov; Waechter; Talvela; Gruberova;
       Blegen; Horst Stein/Unnamed Company (an Austrian customer has told me it is Vienna
       State Opera). [Live, 1970; probably NL] Legendary LR-163(3). A-(back cov has minor
       dam) ............................................................................................................................................ 23.00
603. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Schymberg; Bjoerling; Hasslo; Meyer; Saeden; Sandberg/Stockholm
       Opera. [Live, 1960; NL; no notes] OASI 656(2). A- ................................................................ 11.00
604. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Farrell; Corelli; Calzani; Flagello; Grillo;
       Guadagno/Unidentified Company [live; Philadelphia; April 14, 1965] Side 6: Farrell in
       Verdi arias from radio broadcasts: Forza (1942); Aida (1947). [With notes by Vincent
       Alfano, but NL] Legendary LR-170(3). A- ................................................................................ 32.00
605. 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- ............................................................................................................ 16.00
606. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Del Monaco; Tebaldi; Bastianini; Siepi; Corena; Simionato;
       Di Palma; Molinari-Pradelli/ASCR. [AUTOGRAPHED on libretto by Tebaldi &
       Bastianini; Tebaldi also signed the inside of box front] London XLLA-37(4). B/B-(rather
       scuffy) ......................................................................................................................................... 25.00
607. VERDI: Luisa Miller. Bohme; Hopf; Cebotari; Trotschel; Rott; Hann; Herrmann;
       Elmendorff/Dresden Staatskapelle & Opera Cho. [no notes or libretto] Private LM-1-
       4(2). A- ....................................................................................................................................... 18.00
608. VERDI: Macbeth. Ludwig; Milnes; Ridderbusch; Cossutta; Bohm/Unidentified Company.
       [Live, 1970; NL] ERR 120(3). A--(fine pressing for ERR) ....................................................... 30.00
609. 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
610. 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
611. VERDI: Simon Boccanegra. Gobbi; Christoff; de los Angeles; Campora; Santini/Rome
       Opera. [blue labels] Angel 3617(3). A-(libretto AUTOGRAPHED by Gobbi)....................... 25.00
612.*VERDI: Un Ballo in Maschera. Caballe; Carreras; Wixell; Payne; Ghazarian; Howell;
       Davis/ROHCG. Philips 6769 020(3). A- to A(c/c) ..................................................................... 9.00
613.*VICTORIA: O Quam Gloriosum est Regnum; Missa O Quam Gloriosum; Missa Ave
       Maris Stella. Hill/Westminster Cathedral Choir. [dig; DMM] Hyperion A-66114. A- to A ... 11.00
614.*VICTORIA: O Quam Gloriosum est Regnum. Guest/St. John's College Cho,
       Cambridge. Argo ZRG-620. A- ................................................................................................. 11.00
615.*VICTORIA: Requiem Mass; Four Motets. Guest/St.John's College Choir, Cambridge.
       Argo ZRG-570. A- ..................................................................................................................... 11.00
616.*VICTORIA: Requiem Mass (Officium defunctorum, 1605). Hill/Westminster Cathedral
       Choir. [dig; DMM] Hyperion A-66250. A- to A ....................................................................... 11.00
617.*WAGNER: BAYREUTH FESTIVAL COLLECTION: Der Ring des Nibelungen
       (complete). Adam; Bohme; Burmeister; Cervena; Dernesch; Dvorakova; Esser; Greindl;
       Hesse; Hoeffgen; Hopf; King; Koth; Mastilovic; Modl; Neidlinger; Nienstedt; Nilsson;
       Rysanek; Schartel; Siebert; Silja; Soukupova; Stewart; Synek; Talvela; Wagner;
       Windgassen & Wohlfahrt; Karl Bohm. [All recorded live; in lovely deluxe oversize
       slipcase] Philips 6747 037(16). A- to A(very minor damage to fine, oversize box) ................. 75.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
618. WAGNER: Das Rheingold. Schorr; Clemens; Huehn; Maison; Habich; Cordon; List;
       Branzell; Bodanzky/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; April 3, 1937; NL; bl covs] Golden
       Age of Opera EJS 249(2). B .......................................................................................................              18.00
619.*WAGNER: Die Walkure. Hoffman; Jones; Altmeyer; McIntyre; Schwarz; Killebrew;
       Reppel; Boulez/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; dig] Philips 6769 071(4). FS .................................                                         16.00
620. 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
621. WAGNER: Gotterdammerung. Melchior; Lawrence; Schorr; Hoffman; Habich;
       Bodanzky/Unnamed Company (but apparently Metropolitan Opera, January 11,
       1936). SIDE 8: WAGNER: Flying Dutchman (excerpts; Muller; Bockelmann; Klose;
       DeSabata/Bayreuth Festival; August 5, 1939). [NL; blank jackets; as with every copy
       I've seen of this, sides 3 & 4 are off-center] Golden Age of Opera EJS 489(4). B+(fine
       press but see notes re sds 3/4).....................................................................................................            40.00
622. WAGNER: Lohengrin. Bolshoi Theatre Soloists; Samosud/USSR Radio Choir & Orch.
       Melodiya 04734-41(4). A-(brief tks sd 2; NL)...........................................................................                         45.00
623. WAGNER: Tannhauser. Windgassen; Wachter; Stolze; Greindl; Silja; Bumbry;
       Sawallisch/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1962] Philips PHM 3-560(3). A-(lovely!) ...................                                                20.00
624. WAGNER: Tannhauser. Melchior; Flagstad; List; Darcy; Janssen; Thorborg; Harrell;
       Leinsdorf/Unnamed Company. [Live, 1941; presumably the Met; in blank box without
       notes or libretto] Die Goldene Aera Richard Wagners GAW-300(3). B+ to A- .......................                                                45.00
625.*WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde. Nilsson; Resnik; Krause; Van Mill; Solti/VPO. [Sixth
       record is bonus disc, "Project Tristan, September 1960." Narrated by producer John
       Culshaw, the disc includes rehearsal excerpts and discussions during recording sessions.
       London OSA-1502(6). A- ..........................................................................................................               25.00
626.*WEBER: Euryanthe. Norman; Hunter; Gedda; Krause; Vogel; Krahmer; Neukirch;
       Janowski/Dresden State Orch; Leipzig Radio Cho. [first recording] Angel SDL-
       3764(4). A- .................................................................................................................................   18.00
627.*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
628. WOLF-FERRARI: I Quattro Rusteghi. Carteri; Valletti; Rossi-Lemeni; Elmo; Ligabue;
       Zampieri; Votto/La Scala. [Live; February 6, 1954; NL] HRE 344(3). A- ..............................                                            18.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Highlights
629. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio (exc). Flagstad; Schorr; Maison; Gabor; Bodanzky/Metropolitan
        Opera. [Live, 1938; NL; bl cov] Golden Age of Opera EJS 231. B ......................................... 11.00
630. BIZET: Carmen (Act II). Lawrence; Jobin; Pinza; Alvary; Cehanovsky; de Paolis;
        Merola/San Francisco Opera; [Live, 11-2-1940; NL; blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera
        EJS 266. B .................................................................................................................................. 10.00
631. 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
632. HALEVY: La Juive: Act II with Martinelli; Rethberg; Boerner; Clemens; Merola/SF Opera
        [Live, 1936]; Act IV excerpts with Martinelli & D'Angelo; Heller/Vitaphone Orch
        [1926/27]. Voce 40. A- ............................................................................................................... 14.00
633. 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........................................................ 8.00
634. MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godunov (exc). Kipnis; Tamarin; Berezowsky/RCA Sym; Shaw
        Cho. RCA LBC-1082. A-- ......................................................................................................... 13.00
635. PUCCINI: La Boheme (exc in German). Eipperle; Gueden; Anders; Domgraf-Fassbaender;
        Steinkopf/Berlin Radio Orch. [recorded 1944] BASF 10 21496-6. A- .................................. 11.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Highlights - continued
636.*PUCCINI: La Boheme (excerpts sung in German). Berger; Fischer-Dieskau; Schock; Koth;
       Frick; Prey; Schuchter/Berlin State Opera. Electrola 1C047-28 572. A-............................... 14.00
637. PUCCINI: Tosca (Act I). Muzio; Borgioli; Gandolfii; Argall; Merola/San Francisco Opera.
       [Live, 1932; NL; bl cov] Golden Age of Opera EJS 129. B ........................................................ 9.00
638.*REYER: Sigurd (exc). Botiaux; Cumia; Bianco; Etcheverry/Unnamed Orch & Cho.
       [French-only notes] Disques Vogue-LDM-30136. A- ............................................................... 14.00
639. VERDI: Otello (exc) Steber; Vinay; Guarrera; Cleva/Met Opera. [blue labels] Col ML-
       4499. A--(occ tks; most VERY fine for early pressing) ............................................................. 16.00
640. VERDI: Otello (exc). Svanholm; Albanese; Warren; Chabay; Turner; Merola/SF Opera.
       [Live; 10/26/1947; NL; bl cov] Golden Age of Opera EJS 321. B+/B ...................................... 10.00
641. VERDI: Rigoletto (exc). Eight excerpts featuring Sandor Sved & Maria Gyurkovics,
       recorded between 1953 & 1956 with Hungarian Opera Orch, miscellaneous conductors.
       Hungaroton LPX-12344. A- ....................................................................................................... 11.00
642.*VERDI: Un Ballo in Maschera (exc). Poggi; Bastianini; Stella; Lazzarini; Gavazzeni//La
       Scala. [tulip labels] DGG 136 271. A- to A ............................................................................... 11.00
643. WAGNER: Die Meistersinger (excerpts with Schorr; List; Marherr-Wagner; Hutt; Joken;
       Blech/Berlin State Opera; Unten den Linden Theatre, 5/22/1928 - Wagner's 115th
       birthday); Siegfried (final scene w/Traubel & Svanholm; Stiedry/Metropolitan Opera;
       2/10/1951). [bl covs] Golden Age of Opera EJS 548(2). B to B+ ............................................. 25.00
644. WAGNER: Die Walkure, Act I. Caballe; Cassilly; Salminen; Wallet/Barcelona. [Live,
       1977] HRE 224. A-..................................................................................................................... 10.00
645. WAGNER: Die Walkure (exc). Melchior; Varnay; Traubel; Thorborg; Schorr;
       Leinsdorf/Orch. [Live, 1941; NL; blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera EJS 543. B+ .............. 12.00
646. 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
647. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde (exc). Traubel; Melchior; Thorborg; Kipnis; Huehn;
       Leinsdorf/Orch. [Live; no date given; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS
       556(2). B+(very fine pressing for EJS!) ..................................................................................... 30.00
648.*WAGNER: Twilight of the Gods - Music from Act III of Gotterdammerung, sung in
       English. Hunter; Bailey; Remedios; Grant; Goodall/Sadler's Wells Opera. Unicorn
       UNS-245/6(2). A- ....................................................................................................................... 16.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections
649.*100 YEARS OF GREAT MET ARTISTS: Completing the Century: 1972-1983.
       Commercial recordings of singers in arias from roles they sang at the Met: Arroyo,
       Behrens, Blegen, Caballe, Carreras, Cossotto, Cotrubas, Crespin, Domingo, Horne, King,
       Marton, Milnes, Moll, Pavarotti, Raimondi, Ricciarelli, Scotto, Sills, Sutherland, Talvela,
       Te Kanawa, Troyanos, Van Dam, Verrett, Von Stade & Weilk. In fold-open album with
       8-page booklet of texts with photos and notes on each soloist and recording. Sold by
       subscription only. Metropolitan Opera-MET-407(2). FS ..........................................................                        14.00
650. AMERICAN SINGERS: Votipka (Herodiade; Rusalka; The Kiss; Songs of Strauss &
       Dvorak; 1944-54); Chamlee (Debussy; 1952); Rappold (Manon Lescaut; 1916);
       Macbeth (Linda; 1921); Cisneros (Samson; 1913); Yaw (Skylark; 1913); Telva (Strauss
       song, 1943; w/Farrar at piano!); Easton (Tristan; 1942). International Record Collectors'
       Club IRCC L-7031. A- ...............................................................................................................   20.00
651. ARIAS & SONGS: Turner (Gioconda); De Muro Lomanto (Favorita); Lazaro (Osma); Groh
       (Opernball); Di Stefano (Denza); Nemeth (Tote Stadt); Melchior (Africana); Nash
       (Judas); Thill (Caccini); Roswaenge (Fidelio). [Private issue by Discount Records,
       Chicago; 1964] Cum Laude KM-1002. A-- ...............................................................................                  12.00
652.*CABALLE & CORELLI IN CONCERT: Arias & duets from Lucrezia, Le Cid, Manon
       Lescaut, Macbeth, L'Africana, Donna del Lago, Aroldo & Andrea Chenier.
       Antonini/Orch; 1968. HRE 400. A-(c/c) ..................................................................................               12.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections - continued
653. COLLECTOR'S SHOWCASE: From collection of Harold Burros: selections sung by
       L.Kirkby, Damayev, Druzhakina, Kurz, Panzera, Kemp, Gerhardt, Scotney, Cahier,
       Cazette, Ljungberg, Janssen, Brohly, Azema & Destinn(2). Club 99 CL-99-506. FS ..............                                                        11.00
654. COLLECTOR'S SHOWCASE: Selections from William Violi's collection. Arias sung by
       Supervia, Gange, Easton, Zaporojetz, Wittrisch, Caniglia, Pederzini, Anderson, Vendrell,
       Albanese(2), Tauber, dal Monte, Crabbe, Sari, Schipa, Schumann-Heink & Kipnis. Club
       99 CL-99-508. A- .......................................................................................................................             11.00
655.*CONTEMPORARY CHORAL MUSIC: DAVID BEDFORD - Two Poems. LIGETI - Lux
       Aeterna. ARNE MELLNAS - Succsim. MAREK KOPELENT - Matka. Franz/NDR Cho.
       [tulip] DGG 137 004. A- to A ....................................................................................................                    12.00
656. FAMOUS WAGNER INTERPRETERS: BERLIN 1933; BAYREUTH 1936. Selections from
       Lohengrin(6), Rheingold, Walkure(2), Siegfried(3), Tannhauser(2) & Meistersinger(3).
       Muller; Klose; Bockelmann; Lorenz; Roswaenge; Prohaska; Volker; Manowarda;
       misc cond/orchs. Telefunken 6.48016(2). A-(c/c) .....................................................................                                16.00
657.*GRANDI VOCI DELL'ARENA VERONA: Volume 1: Arias sung at 55th Anniversary
       Concert of Arena di Verona, 1977: Raimondi [Tosca(2), Fanciulla]; Freni [Tosca,
       Turandot]; Bruson [Rigoletto, Don Carlos, Macbeth]; Ricciarelli [Traviata];
       Kabaiwanska/Raimondi [Butterfly]. Misc Conductors/Teatro Arena di Verona Orch.
       Cime ANC-25003. A- to A ........................................................................................................                     11.00
658.*GRANDI VOCI DELL'ARENA VERONA: Vol 2: Arias at 55th Anniversary Concert of
       Arena di Verona, 1977: Raimondi [Faust]; Ricciarelli [Ballo; Turandot]; Kabaiwanska
       [Otello; Adriana]; Cappuccilli [Faust; Andrea]; Pavarotti [Elisir; Turandot]. Gato;
       Martinotti/Teatro Orch. Cime ANC-25004. A- to A ..............................................................                                       11.00
659. 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
660. 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
661. GREAT TENORS OF THE WORLD: Caruso/Pag; Schipa/Elisir; Gigli/Rigoletto;
       Tauber/Martha; Roswaenge/Postillion & Seraglio; Wittrisch/Huguenots;
       McCormack/Atalanta; Nash/Manon; Melchior/Tannhauser; Bjoerling/Turandot &
       Africana; Thill/Troyens. EMI HLM-7004. A- ...........................................................................                                14.00
662. GREGORIAN CHANT: Twenty-eight works. Monks Choir of Saint-Pierre de Solesmes
       Abbey. RCA LCT-6011(2). B ...................................................................................................                        14.00
663. LYRICS BY IRA GERSHWIN: Songs by G.Gershwin(3), Duke, Weill(2), Copland,
       Schwartz & Kern(2). Walker; Carlyle; Craig; BAker & Morris, piano. Walden 300. A--.....                                                              11.00
664. 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 (#2734) w/lavishly-illustrated 50-page booklet w/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 in Schwann from
       October 1966 until May 1967] [WD labels] RCA LM-6171(3). A- ..........................................                                               65.00
665. SANGER AUF DEM GRUNEN HUGEL: Commemorative album on the 100th anniversary
       of Bayreuth Festival (1876-1976). Ten-record collection with large booklet offers
       performances by over 140 singers; recordings date from 1902-1943. Overall notes include
       English translation, but each singer also has a paragraph (in almost all cases with photo
       also) and these are in German only. Electrola 1C181-30 669/78(10). A- ..................................                                             40.00
LP's: Vocalists
666. ALBANESE: In Operetta & Song - Sixteen numbers recorded 1942-45. Puccini Foundation
       PF-100. A- ................................................................................................................................ 109.00
667. ALDENHOFF: Arias - Fidelio(2), Otello(2), Aida, Africana, Sadko(2), Lohengrin,
       Tannhauser(3), Walkure(3), Siegfried, Gotterdammerung(2), Evangelimann, Don Juan de
       Manara(Tomasi) & Four Songs by Wehding. [Live; misc orchs; 1948-57] Melodram
       MEL-656(2). A- ......................................................................................................................... 14.00
668.*AMELING: Liederabend - Songs of Scarlatti, Bach, Haydn, Beethoven, Loewe, Brahms,
       Mendelssohn, Schubert, Grieg, Satie(2), Marchesi, Hahn, Chausson(2), Duparc, Faure &
       Stravinsky. Baldwin, piano. Electrola C063-02 375. A- to A ................................................... 12.00
669. ANDERSON: Arias - Don Carlo, Samson(2), Messiah, L'Allegro, Siroe. Spirituals (8). Songs
       of Sibelius(2) & Schubert(2). [LP transfers by Keith Hardwick; recorded 1928-38; DMM]
       EMI EG-29 0016 1. A- to A ....................................................................................................... 11.00
670. ANSSEAU: (Fernand): Arias - Carmen, Faust(2), Romeo, Alceste, Monna Vanna(2),
       Herodiade & Werther(4). Belgian EMI RCLP-35. A- ............................................................... 14.00
671.*BAKER: Elgar - Sea Pictures. Mahler - Five Ruckert Lieder. Barbirolli/LSO & NPO.
       [simply gorgeous!] Angel S-36796. A- ........................................................................................ 9.00
672.*BEHRENS: Arias - Walkure (Act 1, Scene 3); Dutchman; Tristan; Cosi; Ariadne. [misc
       conductors/companies; live, 1976-80] Legendary LR-129. A- .................................................. 12.00
673.*BERGANZA: 18th Century Arias - Orfeo & Euridice(2); Medea; Alceste; Serva Padrona;
       Elena e Paride; Giulio Cesare; Nina, Pazza per Amore. Gibson/ROHCG. London OS-
       25225. A- .................................................................................................................................... 11.00
674.*BERGANZA: Spanish Songs by Granados (six Tonadillas), Turina(3), Guridi(3) &
       Montsalvatge (Canciones Negras). Lavilla, piano. DGG 2530 598. A- to A .............................. 8.00
675. BERNAC: Gounod - Songs (9). Poulenc - L'Histoire de Babar. Graham Johnson, piano (in
       both). (BBC broadcasts from 1957 and 1977, respectively). The Friends of Pierre Bernac
       PB-1. A- to A .............................................................................................................................. 18.00
676. BONINSEGNA: Arias - Norma, Faust, Trovatore, Aida(3), Africaine, Vespri, Ballo(2),
       Forza(2); Leoncavallo song. [recorded 1904-10; German-only notes] Court Opera CO-
       358. FS ........................................................................................................................................ 11.00
677. BRONSGEEST: (Cornelis): Arias - Don Giovanni, Dutchman, Tannhauser(3), Trovatore(2),
       Aida, Carmen, Gotterdammerung & Parsifal. [rec 1907-13; German-only notes] Court
       Opera CO-421. A- ...................................................................................................................... 12.00
678.*CABALLE: Arias - Macbeth, Trovatore, Cav, Turandot, Gioconda, Andrea. Gatto &
       Guadagno/Barcelona Sym. London OS-26497. A-(c/c) ............................................................ 8.00
679. CABALLE: Houston Concert; October 21, 1967: Arias - Giulio Cesare(2), Tancredi,
       Donna, Enfant Prodigue & Traviata; Songs of Schubert(2), Strauss(2), Debussy(2),
       Monsalvatge(2), Granados(2), Rodrigo(2), Galvez & Swiss folk song. Voce 63. FS ............... 10.00
680.*CALLAS: "Verdi Heroines" - Scenes from Macbeth(3), Nabucco, Ernani, Don Carlo.
       Rescigno/PO. [blue labels] Angel S-35763. A-(s/s) .................................................................. 12.00
681. CALLAS: Arias - Puritani(3), Traviata(2) & Gioconda; Tristan Liebestod. Basile, Santini &
       Votto/RAI Turin. Cetra LPO-2045. A- to A(c/c) ..................................................................... 11.00
682. CALLAS: Arias from Puritani(3), Traviata(5); Tristan - Liebestod. [conductor/orchestra not
       identified on outside of jacket] Fonit Cetra SFC-133. FS .......................................................... 12.00
683. CALLAS: Scenes from Lucia. De Stefano; Gobbi; Arie; Natali; Serafin/Florence May
       Festival. Angel 35382. A-(British pressing; thrift edition)........................................................ 11.00
684. CALLAS: Selections from Puritani, Tristan (Liebestod, sung in Italian), Traviata &
       Gioconda. Ember GVC-16. A--.................................................................................................. 11.00
685. CARRERAS: Arias - I Capuleti, Carmen, Fanciulla, Tosca & Turandot; Songs of Bellini,
       Tosti, Faure, de Falla & Lara. [Complete concert; Feb 19, 1978; NY] HRE 233. A- ............... 14.00
686. CARRERAS & RICCIARELLI: In Live Concert. Arias & duets - Paride ed Elena, Faniska,
       Pietra del Paragone, Otello (Rossini), Giuramento, Gerusalemme, Straniera, Duca d'Alba,
       Due Foscari, Poliuto, Boheme, Rondine & Tosca. [from recitals in Kansas & Florida,
       October 1975] ERR 135(2). B++(minor damage & tape repair to plain box) ........................... 23.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
687. CARUSO: Complete Caruso, Volume 16 - 1919-20. Arias - Salvatore Rosa, Serse Juive,
        Africana, Rossini Petit Messe Solennelle(2) & Amadis de Gaule (Lully). Songs of
        Pasadas, Ciampi, Bartlett, De Crescenzo, Fucito, De Curtis, Bracco, Secchi, Gioe &
        Donaudy. [Stockham digital restorations] RCA ARM1-7008. FS(c/c) ..................................... 10.00
688. CORSI: Arias - Norma(4), Saffo, Trovatore, Ballo, Vespri, Forza & Aida(2). Bongiovanni
        GB-1006. A- ............................................................................................................................... 11.00
689. CUENOD: French Troubadour Songs (20). Leeb, lute. West XWN-18683. A- ............................. 11.00
690. DAL MONTE: Arias - Pescatore, Lodoletta, Figaro, Butterfly, Barber, Rigoletto, Don G;
        song of Sadero. [recorded 1929-41] Italian EMI C065-17675. A- ............................................ 11.00
691. DANCO: Faure - La Bonne Chanson. Agosti, piano. [10-inch] London LS-589. B....................... 22.00
692.*DE LOS ANGELES: Falla - El Amor Brujo. Giulini/PO. RAVEL - Rapsodie Espagnole;
        Pavane. Giulini/NPO. [blue labels] Angel S-36385. A- ............................................................. 9.00
693. DELLER: Shakespeare Songs & Lute Songs (14). Desmond Dupre, lute. EMI ALP-1265.
        B+ ............................................................................................................................................... 11.00
694. DELLER: Works of Purcell(8), Jenkins & Locke. Leonhardt Baroque Ens with Consort of
        Viols. Bach Guild BG-547. A- ................................................................................................... 11.00
695. DELLER: The Silver Swan & Other Masterpieces of Elizabethan & Jacobean Madrigal:
        Gibbons(4), Pilkingont(5), Ward(3) & Byrd(2). Deller Consort. Bach Guild BG-624. A- ..... 11.00
696. DOMINGUEZ (ORALIA): Arias - Favorita, Italiana, Barber, Cenerentola, Don Carlos,
        Trovatore, Adriana. DGG LPEM-19 179. A--(minor cover scuffs) .......................................... 14.00
697.*DUPUY: (Martine): Arias & songs which were specialities of the great castrato Giovanni
        Battista Velluti, by Cimarosa, Zingarelli, Rossini(3), Vellini, Morlacchi, Mercadante &
        Velluti himself(3). Live recital commemorating bicentennial of his birth, 1980. Cellini,
        piano. Bongiovanni GB-10. A-(brief tks, beg sd 2) ................................................................... 11.00
698.*DVORAKOVA: Wagner Arias - Tannhauser, Tristan(2), Walkure, Siegfried &
        Gotterdammerung. Vasata/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50799. A- ........... 10.00
699. ELWES: (Gervase): Songs of Quilter(7), VW, White & Peel (recorded 1911-16). JOHN
        COATES: Songs of Sullivan, VW, Elgar, Morley, Ford, 2 more (1919-28). Opal 806. A- ...... 11.00
700. FARRAR: Arias - Butterfly(8), Tosca, Thais, Mignon(2), Carmen & Tannhauser. [recorded
        1907-18] Rubini GV-530. A- ..................................................................................................... 12.00
701.*FARRELL: "I've Got a Right to Sing the Blues!" A dozen famous popular songs. Luther
        Henderson/Orch. [Notes by Goddard Lieberson, Mitch Miller, John Hammond, Schuyler
        Chapin - Columbia maybe thinking they had to enlist all of them to legitimize this effort?]
        Col ACS-8256. FS ...................................................................................................................... 12.00
702.*FARRELL: "This Fling Called Love." Twelve popular songs. Percy Faith/His Orch. Col
        CS-8539. A-- .............................................................................................................................. 10.00
703.*FASSBAENDER: Arias - Giulio Cesare, Orfeo, Clemenza, Capuleti, Maid of Orleans,
        Carmen, Samson, Werther & Gotterdammerung. Graf/Stuttgart Radio Orch. [dig;
        DMM] Orfeo S-096 841 A. A- to A ........................................................................................... 10.00
704.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Mahler - Four Ruckert Lieder (omits Liebst du um Schonheit from
        the usual five); Kindertotenlieder. Bohm/BPO. DGG 138 879. A- to A .................................... 8.00
705.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Schubert - Winterreise. Barenboim, piano. DGG 2707 118(2). A- to
        A ................................................................................................................................................. 15.00
     FISCHER-DIESKAU: See also #16, 17, 21, 24, 274-5, 509, 518, 526, 636, 704, 705 & 1649.
706. FLAGSTAD: Ah Perfido! (Beethoven) and arias from Lohengrin, Walkure, Fidelio & Oberon
        (Ormandy/Phila; 1937); Arias from Lohengrin, Tannhauser(2) & Walkure (Lange/Orch;
        1935). British RCA VIC-1208. A-(solid British Decca pressing) ............................................. 22.00
707. FLAGSTAD: Grieg Songs (6). Brunnhilde's Immolation (Furtwangler/PO). Arias from St.
        Matthew & Dido. EMI HQM-1057. A- ..................................................................................... 14.00
708.*FRENI: 20 Anni di Bel Canto. Arias - Boheme(2), Ernani, Turandot, Daughter, Suor,
        Carmen, Amico Fritz, Stabat Mater. Magiera, piano. [Live, 1975] Bongiovanni GB-1. A-
        to A ............................................................................................................................................... 8.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
709. FUSATI: (Nicola): Arias - Ballo, Rigoletto, Aida, Verdi Requiem, Otello(2), Lucia, Africana,
        Stabat Mater, Tosca, Pag, Canzone Guerresca & Fedora. [Italian-only notes] Timaclub 57. ... 11.00
710. GALLI-CURCI: Art of G.C., Vol 2: Arias - Sonnambula(4), Puritani(2), Lucia(2), Linda di
        Chamounix, Don Pasquale(2). Camden CAL-525. A- ............................................................... 11.00
711. GALLI-CURCI: Art of G.C., Vol 2: Arias - Sonnambula(4), Puritani(2), Lucia(2), Linda di
        Chamounix, Don Pasquale(2). [British Decca pressing of CAL-525] English Camden
        CDN-1024. A- ............................................................................................................................ 14.00
712. GENCER: Arias - Caterina Cornaro, Roberto, Maria Stuarda, Lucrezia (Gavazzeni/Turin
        Sym; 1974); Trovatore, Forza, Aida & La Wally (Basile/RAI Turin; 1956). Cetra LPO-
        2082. FS ...................................................................................................................................... 16.00
713. 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
714. GIANNINI: Songs of Wolf(2), Verdi, Mendelssohn; 3 Neapolitan songs; Carmen aria;
        Giannini speaks on one band. EASTON: Songs of Brahms(3), Sullivan, Schumann(2),
        Wolf(2) & Strauss(2). [bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-372. A- .................................................. 11.00
715. GIGLI: Arias, duets & ensembles from Faust, Pecheurs, Rigoletto, Gioconda, Faust, Amico
        Fritz, Boheme & Mefistofele. [recorded 1918-27] EMI HQM-1194. A- .................................. 11.00
716. 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
717. GOLTZ: Final Scene from Salome; Arias from Fidelio, Taming of the Shrew, Alceste(2),
        Oberon. Leitner/Wurttemberg Orch (in Salome). Decca DL-9778. B+(occ tks) .................. 11.00
718.*HOLM: Arias - Merry Wives, Nozze, Don Pasquale, Falstaff, Ballo, Boheme, Vogelhandler,
        Fledermaus, Zarewitsch; Songs of Mozart, Silcher(3), Schubert, Schulz(2), Flies, Brahms,
        Chopin, Grothe, Werner; six folksongs; operetta selections by Stolz, Oscar Strauss, Fall,
        Abraham. Eurodisc 302 509-30(2). A- to A ............................................................................... 16.00
719. IVOGUN: (Maria): Arias - Magic Flute(2), Seraglio, Rigoletto, Re Pastore, Traviata,
        Fledermaus, Barber, Berber of Bagdad & Sonnambula; Blue Danube. Club 99 CL-99-20.
        A- .................................................................................................................................................. 9.00
720. KATULSKAYA: (Elena; 1888-1966): Arias - Thais, Mireille, Butterfly, Sadko(2), Faust,
        Demon, Snow Maiden, Lakme & Traviata; Songs of Rimsky, Bleichmann, Rachmaninov
        & Gretchaninov. Rubini GV-528. A- to A ................................................................................. 12.00
721. KIPNIS: Arias - Seraglio, Nozze, Magic Flute(2), Barber, Simon & Meistersinger; Songs of
        Brahms (4 Ernste Gesange), Schubert(3) & Wolf. [recorded 1930-36] EMI HQM-1101.
        A- to A ........................................................................................................................................ 11.00
722.*KUHSE (HANNE-LORE): Songs of Schubert(6), Wolf(3), Brahms(6), Dvorak(2). Iimore,
        piano. [Only in print 9/67 - 4/70] [WD labels] RCA LSC-2967. A- ......................................... 14.00
723. LEHMANN: Schumann - Frauenliebe & Leben; Dichterliebe. Bruno Walter, piano. Col
        ML-4788. A-("2-eyes" labels; jacket has neat tape repair) ........................................................ 10.00
724. LO GIUDICE: (Franco): Arias - Andrea, Loreley, Piccolo Marat(2), Pag, Trovatore,
        Nerone(2), Verdi Requiem; Songs of Morini(2), Nisa, Anon & Genise. [recorded 1922-
        42; Italian-only notes] Timaclub 58. A- ..................................................................................... 11.00
725. MARAK: (Otto): Arias - Bartered Bride, Trovatore, Don Giovanni, Cav, Rigoletto(2),
        Onegin, Dame Blanche(2), Lakme, Postillion von Lonjumeau, Martha & Boheme. [All
        but Cav sung in Czech] Rubini GV-40. A- ................................................................................ 12.00
726. MARAN: (George; tenor): Vaughan Williams - On Wenlock Edge (London String
        Quartet). Famous Love Songs by Brahms, Thaikovsky, Grieg, Massenet & Schumann
        (Newton, piano). London LL-1406. A-...................................................................................... 23.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
727. MARTINELLI: Arias & Duets from Trovatore(4), Ballo, Faust(2), Aida(3) & Fanciulla (with
        spoken introduction by Martinelli). With Homer, Destinn, Pinza, Ponselle. [Decca
        pressing] British Camden CDN-5105. A- .................................................................................. 11.00
728. MARTINELLI: Arias - Boheme, Trovatore, Fedora(2), Forza, Samson, Andrea(2), Cav(2),
        Pag(2). [1926-1929] [Decca pressing] British Camden CDN-1016. A- .................................... 16.00
729.*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
730. MCCORMACK: Moonlight and Roses - Fourteen songs (including Tick, Tick, Tock).
        Pelican LP-110. A- ..................................................................................................................... 11.00
731. MELCHIOR: 50th Anniversary Album: Arias (some sung in Danish) - Traviata, Trumpeter
        von Sackingen (Nessler), Walkure, Tosca(2), Lohengrin(2), Liden Kirsten (Hartmann),
        Africana, Aida, Meistersinger, Siegfried, Otello(5), 12th Night (Heise), Pag, Kaddara
        (Borresen). Songs of Kjeruff, Heise(2), Weyse(2), Trad, Mortensen. [recorded 1913-1960
        (almost all from 1920's)] Asco LP-121(2). A- ........................................................................... 14.00
732. MELIS: (Carmen): Arias - Fedora, Manon Lescaut, Butterfly, Wally, Albatro(2; Pacchierotti;
        conducted by composer), Otello(2), Manon(3), Luisa, Hermes(Parelli) & Jana(Virgilio).
        [Melis also speaks on one cut, in Italian] Rococo 5259. A- ....................................................... 14.00
733.*MOLL: Schubert - Winterreise. Cord Garben, piano. [dig; DMM] Orfeo S-042832 H(2). A-
        to A(slight box scuffs) ................................................................................................................ 14.00
734. MOORE: Excerpts from Louise (1939 film w/Thill), Butterfly (1936; Mengelberg), Tosca
        (1945, Cincinnati, w/Tibbett); Ciribiribin (1936; announced by Moore). SUPERVIA:
        Excerpts from Evensong (1934). Golden Age of Opera EJS 456. B+ ....................................... 15.00
735. NANI: (Enrico): Arias - Nabucco(3), Ballo, Traviata, Dinorah, Pag, Zaza & Amore dei Tre
        Re. [Italian-only notes] Timaclub 40. A- ................................................................................... 11.00
736. NASH: La Boheme (Act 4, complete: Perli; Beecham/LPO; 1935); Arias from Gondoliers;
        Bohemian Girl; Barber; Rigoletto; Magic Flute; Maritana (1926-32). EMI HQM-1234. A- .... 15.00
737. NIKOLOV: Arias - Boheme, Tosca, Turandot(2), Pag(2), Aida, Trovatore(2), Momchil. Misc
        orchs. Balkanton BOA-251. A- ................................................................................................. 11.00
738.*NIKOLOV: Arias - Trovatore(2), Aida, Tosca, Turandot(2), Gioconda. MAZAROV: Arias -
        Wm Tell, Otello, Pag, Andrea, Boheme & Tosca. [Rumanian-only notes] Electrecord
        ECE-0187. A- ............................................................................................................................. 11.00
739.*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
740.*NUCCI: (Leo): Arias - Traviata, Don Carlo(2), Trovatore, Ballo, Due Foscari & Rigoletto(3).
        Muller, piano. [Live, 1979] Bongiovanni GB-8. A-.................................................................. 11.00
741. PAULY: (Rose): Strauss - Scenes from Electra (3), Egyptian Helen(2), Salome; two songs.
        [Jacket states that this is "Exclusive Edition Authorized by Miss Pauly"] International
        Record Collectors' Club IRCC L-7018. B- ................................................................................ 16.00
742.*PAVAROTTI: Arias - William Tell, Bellini, Don Pasquale, Mefistofele, Trovatore,
        Gioconda, Boheme, Arlesiana, Maristella. Rescigno/VSOO; Magiera/NPO. London OS-
        26192. FS ...................................................................................................................................... 8.00
743.*PEERCE: Hebrew Melodies (11). RCA LSC-2498. A-("White-Dog" labels) ............................... 14.00
     PETERS: See #156, 664, 881 & 1020.
744. PONSELLE: Art of Rosa Ponselle. Arias - Vestale(2), Ernani, Aida, Gioconda, Africana,
        Norma(2), Forza(3); Songs of Tosti(5), Rimsky, Fontenailles, Arensky, Kahn, Massenet &
        Charles. [Recorded 1924-1939; English Decca pressings] English Camden CDN-1006-
        7(2). A- ....................................................................................................................................... 22.00
745.*POPP: Schubert Lieder (16). Gage, piano. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38139. A- to A ...................... 10.00
746.*PORCHE: (Tervalon; tenor): Songs of Scarlatti(2), De Luca, Pergolesi, Lotti, Handel,
        Buononcini, Rosa, Berlioz(3 from Nuits d'Ete), Cesti, Beethoven & Faure(3). Al-Mahdi,
        piano. [dig] Americana ASI-8189. A- ........................................................................................ 10.00
LP's: Vocalists - continued
747.*PREVEDI: Italian Arias - Andrea(3), Trovatore, Forza, Fedora, Cav, Tosca, Butterfly,
        Fanciulla & Turandot(2). Downes/ROHCG. Decca SXL-6114. A- ......................................... 14.00
748. PROHASKA: (Jaro): Arias - Lohengrin(2), Dutchman(2), Tristan(2), Meistersinger, Tales(3),
        Pique Dame(2). Assisting artists include Berger; Hofmann; Klose; Muller; Anders;
        Suthaus; Lorenz. [recorded 1940-46] BASF 22 22027-3(2). A- to A ..................................... 18.00
749.*RIDDERBUSH: Das Grosse Karl Ridderbusch Album. Twenty selections from Opera,
        Operetta and Folksong. [notes in German only] Acanta 40,23 562(2). A- to A ........................ 16.00
750. SCHIOTZ: Schubert - Schone Mullerin. Moore, piano. [recorded 1945] Danish Odeon
        MOAK-1. A-(bubble thumps 1 1/2 minutes, side 2) .................................................................. 11.00
751.*SCHREIER: German Folksongs (38). Dunckel, piano; Mauersberger/Dresdner
        Kreuzchor. Telefunken 6.48085(2). A- to A ............................................................................ 15.00
752. SCHWARZKOPF: Arias & duets - Flute, Seraglio, Figaro, Idomeneo, Rosenkavalier, Cosi,
        Tote Stadt, Giovanni(Furtwangler/VPO), Rheingold, Butterfly; Songs - Strauss(2),
        Loewe, Wolf(9; Furtwangler, piano). [Live performances; conductors include Karajan,
        Bohm, Rossi] Melodram MEL-088(2). A- ................................................................................. 18.00
753.*SILLS: Handel - Excerpts from Semele. Vanni, mezzo; Robert Shaw/Unnamed Orch &
        Cho. [Live; blank cover] MGS 102. A- ..................................................................................... 18.00
754. SMIRNOFF: Arias - Salvatore Rosa, May Night, Meistersinger, Demon, Elisir, Eugene
        Onegin; Songs of Tosti, Scarlatti, Caldara, Duparc, Massenet, Purcell, Borodin, Roberto
        Doellnersky. [misc dates and artists listed, but the identification of Koussevitzky/BSO is
        not correct] ANNA 1068. A- ...................................................................................................... 12.00
755.*SOUZAY: Faure - Bonne Chanson; Poeme d;un Jour; Songs (8). Baldwin, piano. Epic BC-
        1122. A-(moderate cover scuffs & spine split repair) ................................................................ 12.00
756. SOUZAY: Songs of Chausson(7), Ravel (Histoires Naturelles) & Faure (Five Verlaine
        Songs). Bonneau, piano. London LL-1519. B........................................................................... 35.00
757. STIGNANI: Arias - Werther, Alceste, Orfeo, Samson, Semiramide, Gioconda, Ballo,
        Trovatore & Don Carlo. Votto/RAI Milan. [Italian-only notes] Odeon QALP-10144. A-...... 12.00
758. STRIENZ: Arias - Merry Wives, Wildschutz, Freischutz, Barber of Baghdad, Magic Flute,
        Simon, Vespri, Ernani, Faust(2), Life for the Tsar & Onegin. [rec 1935-41] Electrola
        1C047-28 557. A- ....................................................................................................................... 14.00
759. STRIENZ: Operetta Selections (32). [rec 1932-39; German-only notes] Electrola 1C147-28
        844/45(2). A- .............................................................................................................................. 14.00
760. SUPERVIA: Excerpts from Barber(2), Cenerentola(2) & Italiana(4). [recorded 1927-29; LP
        transfers by Keith Hardwick] "References" La Voix de Son Maitre 1436141. A- to A ............ 11.00
761. SUPERVIA: Seven excerpts from Carmen. Odeon XOC-121. A- .................................................. 11.00
762. TAUBER: Art of Richard Tauber: Fifty-one arias, songs, duets & scenes, recorded 1919 -
        1946. Keith Hardwick transfers; illustrated booklet includes full texts & notes on the
        recordings. EMI RLS-7700(3). A-(c/c) ...................................................................................... 18.00
763.*TREIGLE: I Believe. Sixteen songs, mostly religious, privately recorded live between 1961
        & 1970 (mostly at Treigle's own church - First Baptist Church of New Orleans).
        [apparently a joint issue of NYC Opera Guild and Norman Treigle Trust Fund] Private
        COG-1001. A- ............................................................................................................................ 23.00
764. TREPTOW: Wagner - Scenes fr Parsifal. Knappertsbusch/VPO; VSO Cho. [10-inch]
        London LPS-287. B- .................................................................................................................. 10.00
765. URBANO: (Umberto): Arias - Barber, Don Giovanni, Don Sebastiano, Trovatore, Ballo,
        Otello, Pag & Don Carlos; Songs of Denza, Tailleferre & Tosti. Gurlitt &
        Heidenreich/Orch. Melodiya M10-4707 004. A- ..................................................................... 18.00
766.*WEIKL: French poems set to music by Wagner(2), Liszt(5) & Berlioz(5). Garben, piano.
        [dig] Acanta 40.23 511. A- to A ................................................................................................... 8.00
767.*WUNDERLICH: Neapolitan Songs (4) and songs of Leoncavallo, Rossini, Stolz(2), Bach-
        Gounod, Spoliansky & May. Polydor 2489 519. A- to A(British pressing) .............................. 10.00
                                      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: #499, 556, 591, 723, 1129, 1134, 1238, 1278, 1310, 1417,
1472-73, 1523-24, 1537, 1538, 1561, 1578-79, 1581-85, 1682, 1684, 1687-88, 1690-91, 1693-94, 1702,
1729, 1759 & 1760.]


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.
768. 35119: BIZET - Symphony; Patrie Overture. Cluytens/ORTF. A-(minor, neat jacket tape
        repair) ........................................................................................................................................... 9.00
769. 35183: MENDELSSOHN - Symphony #3; Calm Sea & Prosperous Voyage Overture.
        Kletzki/Israel Phil. B(most plays A-, but some scrs & a bubble) .............................................. 9.00
770. 35202: BERLIOZ - Symphonie Fantastique. Karajan/PO. A-(a few ticks in outer grooves) ....... 18.00
771. 35205: LALO - Symphonie Espagnole. Oistrakh; Martinon/PO. Angel 35205. A- .................... 18.00
772. 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
773. 35214: DVORAK - Symphony #8 (old #4); Scherzo Capriccioso. Sawallisch/PO. [nice, very
        young photo of Sawallisch] A- ................................................................................................... 18.00
774. 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
775. 35232: FRANCK - Psyche; Redemption; Chasseur Maudit. Cluytens/PCO. A- to B++(brief
        tks Redemption).......................................................................................................................... 10.00
776. 35410: STRAUSS - The Two Horn Concerti. Brain; Sawallisch/PO. A- ..................................... 12.00
777. 35436: LISZT - Piano Concerto #1; Hungarian Fantasy. Cziffra; Dervaux/PCO. A-- ................. 12.00
LP's: Angels - continued
778. 35594: PROKOFIEV - Love for Three Oranges. LIADOV - Eight Russian Folksongs.
        TCHAIKOVSKY - Nutcracker Suite. Malko/PO. [scarce - my last copy sold in 1988!] A- ... 36.00
779. 35608: EILEEN FARRALL - Songs & Ballads (16). Trovillo, piano. [ns] A- .............................. 16.00
780. 35609: REGIMENTAL MARCHES OF THE BRITISH ARMY (27). McBain/Band of
        Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall. [Recorded 12/15/1957; with nicely-
        illustrated 12-page booklet] A-(but first band each side has a skip) .......................................... 16.00
781. 35610: GYORGY CZIFFRA, piano - Paraphrases, Transcriptions & Improvisations: Flight of
        Bumblebee, William Tell, Blue Danube, Sabre Dance, Hungarian Dance #5, Tritsch-
        Tratsch Polka, Vecsey's Valse Triste & Cziffra's own Rumanian Fantasy. A-.......................... 32.00
782. 35621: TCHAIKOVSKY - Francesca da Rimini; 1812; March Slav. Kletzki/RPO. A-................ 18.00
783. 35623: DVORAK - Symphony #9. Silvestri/ORTF. [Grand Prix du Disque, 1957] A- ................ 20.00
784. 35626: BRAHMS - Piano Sonata #3; Intermezzi Op.117, #1-3. Anda. A- .................................... 18.00
785. 35636: LISZT - Tasso; Les Preludes. Silvestri/PO. [th] A- ............................................................ 12.00
786. 35639: WALTON - Facade Suites; Johannesburg Festival & Portsmouth Point Overtures;
        Crown Imperial; Orb & Sceptre. Composer/PO. A- ................................................................. 20.00
787. 35643: HINDEMITH - Mathis der Maler. BARTOK - Divertimento. Silvestri/PO. A- ................ 18.00
788. 35647: PROKOFIEV - Piano Sonata #7. RACHMANINOFF - Variations on a Theme of
        Corelli. LISZT - Mephisto Waltz #1; Feux Follets. Ashkenazy. [very early Ashkenazy -
        recorded late 1957] A- ................................................................................................................ 32.00
789. 35652: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #9, #10, #13 & #14. Gieseking. [ns] A- ............................. 9.00
790. 35678: DEBUSSY - Jeux; Rondes du Printemps; Gigues; Trois Chansons de Charles
        d'Orleans (Betty); Trois Ballades de Francois Villon (Plantey). Inghelbrecht/ORTF. A-
        (lovely copy, but no dowel spine) .............................................................................................. 35.00
791. 35688: DEBUSSY - La Mer; 3 Nocturnes. Silvestri/PCO. Cho. [ns] A-(lovely copy).................. 24.00
792. 35744: ROMANTIC OVERTURES - May Night, Prince Igor, Midsummer Night's Dream,
        Hansel & Gretel, Russlan & Ludmilla. Silvestri/PO. [ns] Angel 35744. A- ............................ 12.00
793.*S-35426: WALDTEUFEL WALTZES - Les Patineurs; Mon Reve; Estudiantina; Grenadiers;
        Pomone; Espana. Henry Krips/Philharmonia Promenade Orchestra. [very early stereo
        issue, of course - with original dowel spine and with insert explaining stereo reproduction
        Angel S-35426. A-...................................................................................................................... 25.00
794.*S-37284: SHOSTAKOVICH - Symphony #4. Previn/CSO. [quad] [Bishop; Parker] A- ............ 12.00
LP's: Londons
The very early [c.1958-1963] blue-backed issues with "FFSS" on the label are designated [bb]. All of the
items listed below are British pressings unless otherwise noted.
795.*414 101-1(3): WAGNER - Das Rheingold. Flagstad; London; Svanholm; Neidlinger;
       Solti/VPO. [TAS 12:527; 73:150L] [digital remastering c.1979] FS! ......................................                                          25.00
796.*CS-6012: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Tsar Saltan Suite; May Night Overture; Russian Easter
       Overture. Ansermet/OSR. A- ....................................................................................................                   12.00
797.*CS-6026: CHOPIN - Les Sylphides. DELIBES - La Source, Suite. Maag/PCO. A-(c/c) ............                                                         12.00
798.*CS-6033: LISZT - Piano Concerti #1 & #2. Katchen; Argenta/LPO. [bb] A- ............................                                                 12.00
799.*CS-6066: TCHAIKOVSKY - Serenade for Strings. MOZART - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.
       Solti/Israel Philharmonic Strings. [bb] A--(minor cover scuffs) ............................................                                      13.00
800.*CS-6083: DVORAK - Symphony #7 (old #2). Kubelik/VPO. [bb/FFSS] A-(spine has neat
       tape repair) ..................................................................................................................................   24.00
801.*CS-6126: BORODIN - Symphony #2 & #3; Prince Igor Overture. Ansermet/OSR. [TAS
       65:154L] A-(demo copy with cover sticker) ..............................................................................                          18.00
802.*CS-6157: GRIEG - Piano Concerto (Curzon; Fjeldstad/LSO). FRANCK - Variations
       Symphoniques; LITOLFF - Scherzo from Concerto Symphonique #4 (Curzon;
       Boult/LPO). [The Grieg accompaniment is every bit as colorful as Fjeldstad's LSO Peer
       Gynt] A-......................................................................................................................................    14.00
LP's: Londons - continued
803.*CS-6178: MOZART - Horn Concerti #1 & 3 (Tuckwell); Clarinet Concerto (de Peyer).
       Maag/LSO. A- ........................................................................................................................... 12.00
804.*CS-6202: HALFFTER - Rapsodia Portuguesa. TURINA - Rapsodia Sinfonica. GRANADOS
       - Girl and the Nightingale. Soriano; Alonzo/Spanish Natnl Orch. A- .................................... 16.00
805.*CS-6206: CORELLI - Concerto Grosso #8. RICCIOTTI - Concertino #2. GLUCK -
       Chaconne. PACHELBEL - Kanon. Munchinger/Stuttgart Ch Orch. A- ............................... 14.00
806.*CS-6367: RAVEL - Bolero; La Valse. HONEGGER - Pacific 231. DUKAS - The Sorcerer's
       Apprentice. Ansermet/OSR. A- ................................................................................................ 15.00
807.*CS-6375: SIBELIUS - Symphony #1; Karelia Suite. Maazel/VPO. [TAS 44:166-8] A-(FFSS
       labels; late FFSS! - not bb jacket) .............................................................................................. 25.00
808.*CS-6408: SIBELIUS - Symphony #2. Maazel/VPO. [TAS 44:166-8] A- .................................... 12.00
809.*CS-6429: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #4. Maazel/VPO. A- .................................................... 12.00
810.*CS-6523: DVORAK - Symphony #1. Kertesz/LSO. A- ............................................................... 10.00
811.*CS-6525: DVORAK - Symphony #3; Hussite Overture. Kertesz/LSO. A- .................................... 9.00
812.*CS-6593: STRAUSS - Don Quixote. Brabec, cello; Starr, viola; Maazel/VPO. A- ................... 12.00
813.*CS-6594: BRAHMS - Serenade #2. DVORAK - Wind Serenade. Kertesz/LSO. A- ................... 12.00
814.*CS-6602: BERWALD - Sinfonia Singuliere; Symphony in E-flat. Ehrling/LSO. A- .................. 10.00
815.*CS-6643: FRENCH OPERA OVERTURES - Marco Spada; Giralda; Fille de Madame
       Angot; Mignon; Cloches de Corneville; Lestocq; Poupee de Nuremberg; Calife de
       Bagdad. Bonynge/NPO. A- ....................................................................................................... 12.00
816.*CS-6668: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #7; Leonore Overture #3. Schmidt-Isserstedt/VPO.
       A- ................................................................................................................................................ 11.00
817.*CS-6732: SCRIABIN - Poem of Fire; Piano Concerto. Ashkenazy; Maazel/LPO. A- ................ 10.00
818.*CS-6747: FRANZ SCHMIDT - Symphony #4. Mehta/VPO. [legendary work/performance;
       TAS 43:159] A- .......................................................................................................................... 20.00
819.*CS-6885: STRAVINSKY - The Rite of Spring. Solti/CSO. [TAS re Decca iss: 6:182;
       65:158L; 69:144] A- ................................................................................................................... 12.00
820.*CS-6983: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #5. Solti/CSO. [Minshull; Wilkinson & Lock;
       strong first movement!] A-(s/s) .................................................................................................. 10.00
821.*CS-7018: BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #1. Rubinstein; Mehta/Israel Philharmonic.
       [Includes notes on the work by Rubinstein] A- .......................................................................... 16.00
822.*CS-7034: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #6. Solti/CSO. [Minshull; Wilkinson] A- ...................... 8.00
823.*CS-7078: WAGNER - Dutchman, Tannhauser & Meistersinger Overtures; Tristan Prelude &
       Liebestod. Solti/CSO. [Minshull & Harvey; Wilkinson] A- ..................................................... 11.00
824.*CS-7086: J. STRAUSS (arr. Dorati) - Graduation Ball. Dorati/VPO. [Mallinson; Moorfoot
       & Lock] A- ................................................................................................................................. 10.00
825.*CS-7120: BARTOK - Suite #1; 2 Pictures. Dorati/Detroit Sym. [Mallinson; Wilkinson,
       Moorfoot & Frost; 1978; late Wilkinson] A- ............................................................................. 15.00
826.*CS-7238: SIBELIUS & DELIUS - String Quartets. Fitzwilliam Quartet. [Recorded at
       Snape, 1978; Wadland; Dunkerley; Dutch pressing] A- to A .................................................... 12.00
827.*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-............... 12.00
828.*OSA--1159: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #9. Sutherland; Horne; King; Talvela; Schmidt-
       Isserstedt/VPO; VSO Cho. A-(leftlet AUTOGRAPHED by Horne) ..................................... 16.00
829.*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
830.*OSA--1502(6): WAGNER - Tristan und Isolde. Nilsson; Resnik; Krause; Van Mill;
       Solti/VPO. [Sixth record is bonus: "Project Tristan, September 1960;" narrated by
       producer John Culshaw, the disc includes rehearsal excerpts and discussions surrounding
       the recording sessions] A- .......................................................................................................... 26.00
831.*OSA-13108(3): PUCCINI - Turandot. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Caballe; Ghiaurov; Krause;
       Pears; Mehta/LPO. [Minshull & Woolcock; Wilkinson & Lock; TAS 43:159;
       65:158L][libretto AUTOGRAPHED by SUTHERLAND and PAVAROTTI] A-............... 35.00
LP's: Londons - continued
832.*STS-15005: ROSSINI-RESPIGHI - La Boutique Fantasque. DUKAS - The Sorcerer's
       Apprentice. Solti/Israel Phil. [from CS-6005] A- ..................................................................... 10.00
833.*STS-15066: BALAKIREV - Thamar. LIADOV - Kikimora; Eight Russian Folk Songs;
       Baba-Yaga. Ansermet/OSR. [first stereo issue?] A- ................................................................ 12.00
834.*STS-15074: SPOHR - Nonet in F; Double Quartet. Vienna Octet members. A- ............................ 9.00
835.*STS-15296/7: LISZT - Faust Symphony; Mephisto Waltz; Nocturnal Procession.
       Ansermet/OSR; Cho. A- .......................................................................................................... 18.00
LP's: London Phase-4 Stereo
836.*SPC-21139: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #7; Egmont Overture. Stokowski/NPO. FS(c/c).......... 14.00
LP's: Mercuries
For the SR series (and some of the others) I am now replacing my previous pressing designation by means
of label-type with designations by means of stamper numbers, since most of my customers seem to find that
information more complete and useful. The FR's are the earliest stampers, followed by the RFR's, CFR's
and M's. FR stampers no longer appeared in issues with numbers above about SR-90265 (some earlier
numbers may also have been pressed first as RFR's), and there were no RFR's either above about SR-
90500. Excellent (or mint) copies of Mercury's early stereo pressings (particularly those with the early FR
stampers), like those of most companies in the late 50's and early 60's, sometimes grade A- but frequently
have a degree of surface noise which falls a little below my audition grade of A-, yet is quieter than what I
grade B+. These are graded "A- to B+." Items graded A- are very fine copies of very quiet pressings, and
grades above that are exceptional.
837. MG-50022: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #7. Paray/Detroit Sym. [mono-only recording - one
       of the first four Paray/Detroit discs] [MF-6/MF-3] A--(brief lgt tks mvt 1 & occasionally
       elsewhere) ...................................................................................................................................    13.00
838. MG-50046: RESPIGHI - Church Windows; Feste Romane. Dorati/Mpls. [Church Windows
       has famous all-time tam-tam crash (TAS 39:144; 58:134), but don't overlook this terrific
       performance (and impactful mono-only - November 20, 1954 - recording) of the Feste
       Romane!] [MF-11/MF-16] A-(superficial marks cause little or no snd) ...................................                                           35.00
839. MG-50047: GINASTERA - Variaciones Concertantes. BRITTEN - Young Person's Guide to
       the Orchestra. Dorati/Mpls. [TAS 44:169; November 20, 1954; while this recording of
       the Ginastera does not have quite the polished playing of Leinsdorf's wonderful BSO disc,
       some of the tutti sections have tremendous power - especially the finale, horns and
       timpani especially] [MF-4/MF-8] A- .........................................................................................                      37.00
840.*MG-50053: MUSIC FOR QUIET LISTENING - Works of Ron Nelson, William Pursell,
       Joseph Scianni, Robert Gauldin, Martin Mailman, James Sutcliffe, Neil McKay, Paul
       Earls, Robert Stern. Hanson/ERSO. [All pieces have won the Edward B. Benjamin
       Award for Restful Music. Very scarce item. TAS re stereo issue: 34:180] [FR-1/FR-3]
       B+(brief tks Pursell, occ elsewhere)...........................................................................................                   16.00
841. MG-50057: BRAHMS - Symphony #4. Paray/Detroit. [mono-only recording; March 26,
       1955] [MF-2/MF-2] A-...............................................................................................................               20.00
842. MG-50058: STRAVINSKY - Petrouchka. Mpls. [recorded April 6, 1955 (not March, as the
       cover states); mono only; not common; not to be confused with 1959 stereo remake] [MF-
       4/MF-5] A-- ................................................................................................................................      20.00
843. MG-50074: AMERICAN MUSIC FOR STRING ORCHESTRA. CANNING - Fantasy on a
       Hymn of Justin Morgan. MENNINI - Arioso for Strings. FOOTE - Suite in E.
       Hanson/ERSO. [mono-only issue] [FR-3/FR-1] A- .................................................................                                   20.00
844. MG-50082: MacDOWELL - Suite #2 ("Indian"). Hanson/ERSO. [fine sound] [MF-9/FR-2]
       A- to B+ ......................................................................................................................................   12.00
LP's: Mercuries - continued
845. MG-50103: McPHEE - Tabuh-Tabuhan. CARTER - The Minotaur. Hanson/ERSO. [TAS re
       stereo issue of McPhee: 39:127-8; 53:120; 65:156L; Carter apparently never issued in
       stereo] [MF-4/MF-2] A- ............................................................................................................. 15.00
846. 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
847.*SR-90173: WINDS IN HI-FI: GRAINGER - Lincolnshire Posy. ROGERS - Three Japanese
       Dances. MILHAUD - Suite Francaise. STRAUSS - Serenade in E-flat. Fennell/EWE.
       [TAS 36:165; 53:120; 65:156L] [FR-5/FR-1] A- ...................................................................... 45.00
848.*SR-90183: BARTOK - Dance Suite; Deux Portraits; Mikrokosmos - Bourree & Moto
       Perpetuo ("From the Diary of a Fly"). Dorati/Philharmonia Hungarica. [TAS 36:168;
       54:159+163] [recorded in same sessions as the famous "Ancient Airs & Dances" disc; this
       record is much less common (in the feeding frenzy days of audiophile discs in the early
       '90's this sold for over $200); the Dance Suite especially is stunning] [FR-5/FR-5] A--
       (cluster blem is superficial; mod cov damage) ........................................................................... 50.00
849.*SR-90191: OUVERTURES FRANCAISES - BERLIOZ: Roman Carnival; Corsair. LALO:
       Roi d'Ys. BIZET: Patrie. Paray/Detroit. [TAS 34:178; 73:141+150L] [FR-3/FR-3] A-
       (c/c; bit of crackle in Roman Carnival) ...................................................................................... 20.00
850.*SR-90199: RESPIGHI - Ancient Airs and Dances, Suites #1 - 3. Dorati/Philharmonia
       Hungarica. [TAS 46:150-52; 54:159; 73:148L] [FR-2/FR-3] A-(s/s) ...................................... 45.00
851.*SR-90208: HAYDN - Symphonies #94 & 103. Dorati/Philharmonia Hungarica. [recorded
       during same sessions as the celebrated recording of Ancient Airs & Dances; TAS 40:167;
       44:176-7] [RFR-1/RFR-2] A- .................................................................................................... 35.00
852.*SR-90278: BERG - Lulu Suite; Wozzeck (3 Excerpts). Pilarczyk, soprano (ah, the famous
       Scream!); Dorati/LSO. [35mm film recording][TAS 34:180; 54:162; 58:134;
       73:147L][still a hard disc to find in fine condition - my last copy sold in 2001] [RFR-
       1/RFR-1] A-................................................................................................................................ 45.00
853.*SR-90325: MORE MARCH FAVORITES - Trojan March; Crown Imperial; Marche
       Heroique; Wedding March; Children's March; Golden Ear; Egyptian March. Misc artists
       - from earlier releases. [PR-2/PR-2] A-(c/c) .............................................................................. 11.00
854.*SR-90337: MUSICAL ALMANAC - Seasonal pieces by Tchaikovsky, Goldman, Anderson,
       Strauss, Nelson, Chadwick, Mailman. Dorati; Hanson; Fennell/misc orchs. [RFR-
       1/RFR-1] A--(demo copy) .......................................................................................................... 11.00
855.*SR-90359: HEROIC OVERTURES - William Tell; Orpheus in Hades; Poet & Peasant; La
       Patrie. Paray/Detroit. [M-6/M-5] A-(c/c) ................................................................................. 14.00
856.*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
857.*SR-90400: MUSIC OF LEROY ANDERSON, Vol. III. Chicken Reel, Jazz Legato &
       Pizzicato, Plink Plank Plunk, Song of Jupiter, Christmas Festival, Bluebells of Scotland, 5
       more. Fennell/Orch (unnamed, but apparently London pickup group). [far and away the
       scarcest of the Fennell/Anderson discs - my only other copy sold in 1990 for $178!]
       [RFR-1/RFR-1] A-(demo copy) ................................................................................................. 45.00
858.*SR-90435: PARIS (1917-1938) - MILHAUD: Le Boeuf sur le Toit. FRANCAIX:
       Concertino. AURIC: Overture. SATIE: Parade. Dorati/LSO. [TAS 33:134; 54:161]
       [RFR-2/RFR-2] A-(c/c) .............................................................................................................. 32.00
859.*SRI-75017: BLOCH - Concerti Grossi #1 & #2. Hanson/ERSO. [from SR-90233; TAS
       31:111-13; 65:154L] A- to A ..................................................................................................... 10.00
860.*SRI-75023: RESPIGHI - The Birds; Brazilian Impressions. Dorati/LSO. [from SR-90153;
       TAS 54:159+163; 73:148L] A- to A .......................................................................................... 12.00
861.*SRI2-77003(2): ADAM - Giselle (complete ballet). Fistoulari/LSO. [See TAS 34:180 re
       original issue on SR2-9011; this reissue scarce too - first copy I've had] A- to A .................... 30.00
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:
        Early = The very first RCA labels for classical LP's; mono issues only, c.1949-54
        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; 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.
862.*ARL1-0136: NOW, VOYAGER - CLASSIC FILM SCORES OF MAX STEINER: Exc from
   King Kong, Big Sleep, Charge of Light Brigade, Four Wives, Fountainhead, Since You Went
   Away, Johnny Belinda, Informer, Saratoga Trunk. Gerhardt/National Phil. [Korngold;
   Wilkinson][TAS 30:143] A-(missing notes insert) ........................................................................... 14.00
863.*ARL1-2044: BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #1. Rubinstein; Reiner/CSO. [Pfeiffer; Chase; from
   LM-1831; this is its first stereo issue (1977) at all (the very early tape issue having been in mono
   only); not digitally remastered] [TAS 11:389L] [LD pressing] A- ................................................... 25.00

                                       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 available and in what form, but I think all have had list prices of $30.00 or
more. The copies I list below are all in first-class condition; I have simply set a blanket minimim bid
amount of $15 and will let my customers tell me what they are worth today!

864.*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
       issue had the shortest "Schwann Life" of any item I have researched - only eight months
       separated its appearance in August 1958 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
865.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-1831: BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #1. Rubinstein;
       Reiner/CSO. [Pfeiffer; Chase; recorded in April 1954, this was released initially in mono
       only on LM-1831and never issued in stereo at all until ARL1-2044 in 1977. This issue
       uses the original 1954 cover with the "Living Stereo" banner - quite an exciting
       combination! [TAS re first stereo release on ARL1-2044: 11:389L] A- to A ........................... 15.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
866.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-1893: RAVEL - Daphnis and Chloe (complete). Munch/BSO;
       New England Conservatory Chorus (when Robert Shaw was director - Lorna Cooke de
       Varon, of later fame, was associate director at this point). [TAS re original RCA issue:
       42:83; Pfeiffer; Chase; one of the very first stereo BSO recordings; rec January, 1955 - the
       first of their two recordings of the work] A- to A ......................................................................                          15.00
867.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-1900: BERLIOZ - Symphonie Fantastique. Munch/BSO. [This
       first Munch/BSO Fantastique (recorded late 1954) was apparently never available in
       stereo on LP in the U.S. until the late 1970's on Gold Seal. An original "LSC-1900" was
       listed briefly in catalogs in the early 1960's, but was apparently never actually issued. This
       copy of the 1994 reissue has serial #2-0272.] A- to A ...............................................................                              15.00
868.*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
869.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2077: STRAUSS - Till Eulenspiegel; Death & Transfiguration.
       Reiner/VPO. [TAS re original RCA issue: 100:212] A- to A ..................................................                                        15.00
870.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2147: SCHUBERT - "Trout" Quintet. Festival Quartet
       (Goldberg, Primrose, Graudan, Babin; Sankey, bass). A-(brief tks sd 2) ..................................                                          15.00
871.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2285: WALTON - Facade Suites. LECOCQ - Mamzelle Angot
       Suite. Fistoulari/ROHCG. [Williamson; Wilkinson; TAS re original RCA issue (in print
       less than three years): 69:152; 75/76:72-6; this copy of the reissue carries serial #1-2291]
       FS        15.00
872.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2336: 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; TAS re original issue: 73:195] A- to A ....................................................                                    15.00
873.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2342: SIBELIUS - Symphony #2. Monteux/LSO. [TAS:
       42:129] A- to A ..........................................................................................................................         15.00
874.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2364: MAHLER - Symphony #4. Della Casa; Reiner/CSO.
       [Mohr; Layton; TAS re original issue: 100:216] A- to A ..........................................................                                  15.00
875.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2398: KABALEVSKY - The Comedians. KHACHATURIAN -
       Masquerade Suite. Kondrashin/RCA Victor Sym. [Mohr; Layton; TAS re original RCA
       issue: 65:156L; 75/76:76; 93:146-7; this copy carries serial #2-0281) of the 1994 reissue]
       A- to A ........................................................................................................................................   15.00
876.*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
877.*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
878.*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
879.*CRL5-1415(5): BEETHOVEN - The Five Piano Concerti. Rubinstein; Barenboim/LPO.
       [Wilcox; Wilkinson; recorded spring 1975 in Kingsway Hall; the inner sleeve for each
       disc in the box has its own different, charming photo of Rubinstein & Barenboim] A-(c/c;
       very nice LD pressings) ..............................................................................................................             35.00
880. LD-2663: SCHUBERT - Symphony #9. Toscanini/Philadelphia Orchestra. [First issue of
       1941 recording; mono-only, of course; Deluxe Soria Series issue in box with handsome
       15-page booklet] [SS; 6S/11S] A- ..............................................................................................                    25.00
881. 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
882.*LDS-6155(3): VERDI - Otello. Vickers; Rysanek; Gobbi; Serafin/Rome Opera. [Mohr;
       Layton; (Boux, sterophonic stage manager; Soria Series issue with beautifully-illustrated
       61-page Mignone libretto/book] A-(SS; 10S/11S/14S/13S/13S/22S) .......................................                                             65.00
LP's: RCA's - continued


                                      RCA LM-1000/1700 Series (etc.)
I continue in this catalog to explore the remarkably comprehensive collection of RCA's which I began
presenting last year. This time I am concentrating on the first one hundred listings of the LM-1700 series,
which begin after some earlier issues with listing #944 below. Since this collection is so extraordinarily
inclusive, I am presenting all of the listings, even when the copies are in inferior conditon. Most are in
excellent condition for their vintage, and many are exceptionally fine as are almost all the jackets. With
very few exceptons, I believe the lacunae here represent numbers which were simply never used. I hope
this listing brings back as many memories for you as it does for me.


883. LM-1101: HEART OF THE VIOLIN CONCERTO - Movements from concerti by
       Mozart(#3), Wieniawski(Op.22), Beethoven, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Bruch, Mendelssohn
       & Lalo Symphonie Espagnole. Mischakoff; Leinsdorf/RCA Victor Orch. [Mischakof
       was, of course, the concertmaster of the NBC Symphony - not to mention Phila, CSO, NY
       Sym and eventually Detroit. Scarce record - first copy I've ever had!] [early labels] B/B+......                                                  35.00
884. LM-1104: VERDI - Rigoletto (excerpts). Peerce; Warren; Berger; Tajo; Merriman; White;
       Cellini/RCA Victor Orch; Shaw/Shaw Chorale. [early labels] B+ .......................................                                             16.00
885. LM-1105: HEART OF THE PIANO CONCERTO - Movements from Mozart #20,
       Rachmaninoff #2, Bach #1, Schumann, Beethoven #3, Grieg, Tchaikovsky #1 &
       Rhapsody in Blue. Sanroma; Fiedler/BPS. [early labels] B to B+ ..........................................                                         15.00
886. LM-1106: ANDERSON - Classical Juke Box. KABALEVSKY - The Comedians.
       Fiedler/BPS. [early labels] B(mostly better, but some scrs) .....................................................                                 10.00
887. LM-1107: BACH - The Well-Tempered Clavier: Book I: Preludes & Fugues #9 - #16.
       Landowska. [recorded 1950] [PD labels] A-(brief bbl thumps) ...............................................                                       10.00
888. LM-1109: SCHUMANN - Kinderscenen. CHOPIN - Mazurkas. Horowitz. [nice cover - first
       I've seen it] [early labels] B+/A- ................................................................................................               25.00
889. LM-1111: TCHAIKOVSKY - Violin Concerto. Heifetz/Susskind/PO. [early labels] B- .............                                                        10.00
890. LM-1112: CHRISTMAS HYMNS AND CAROLS - Twenty-Five songs, some very familiar,
       some not. Shaw/His Chorale. [rec 1945/46; this copy has original jacket, w/art same as
       78's] [early labels] A-(startlingly fine copy of a classic!) ..........................................................                           32.00
891. LM-1112: CHRISTMAS HYMNS AND CAROLS - Twenty-Five songs, some very familiar,
       some not. Robert Shaw/His Chorale. [rec 1945/46; this copy has the 2nd cover, is labeled
       "enhanced sound," and now identified as "Volume 1" since the 2nd had been issued] [PD
       labels] A-(fine copy; usually found thoroughly worn) ...............................................................                              20.00
892. LM-1114: JOHANN STRAUSS - Die Fledermaus (excerpts in English). Munsel; Resnik;
       Stevens; Melton; Merrill; Peerce; Reiner/RCA Victor Orch; Robert Shaw Chorale.
       [Rare record! This copy has the later cover art, which I don't think I have ever seen
       before!] [PD labels] A- ...............................................................................................................           32.00
893. LM-1117: GREAT SACRED CHORUSES - Messiah, Creation, Mount of Olives, Elijah,
       Enfance, Crucifixion, Ave Verum, St. Cecilia (Gounod). Robert Shaw Chorale. [early
       labels] A-- ...................................................................................................................................   12.00
894. LM-1117: GREAT SACRED CHORUSES - Messiah, Creation, Mount of Olives, Elijah,
       Enfance, Crucifixion, Ave Verum, St. Cecilia (Gounod). Robert Shaw Chorale. [this
       copy has the later cover - Ben Rose photo of pigeons flying above the statue of an angel]
       [PD labels] A- .............................................................................................................................      12.00
895. LM-1118: DUKAS - Sorcerer's Apprentice. SAINT-SAENS - Danse Macabre. SMETANA -
       The Moldau. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [earlier jacket, with full-body photo of Toscanini]
       [early labels] A-(brief lgt tks sd 2; mostly lovely) .....................................................................                        18.00
896. LM-1118: DUKAS - Sorcerer's Apprentice. SAINT-SAENS - Danse Macabre. SMETANA -
       The Moldau. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [second jacket - only slightly different from first, with
       head shot of Toscanini instead of full body photo] [early labels] A-(brief tks sd 2) .................                                            16.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
897. LM-1120: TCHAIKOVSKY - Trio in a. Rubinstein; Heifetz; Piatagorsky. [WD labels] A-- .... 14.00
898. LM-1121: WALTON - Violin Concerto (Composer/PO). VIEUXTEMPS - Concerto #5
       (Sargent/LSO). Heifetz in both. [early labels] A-- ................................................................... 25.00
899. LM-1122: HELEN TRAUBEL SINGS WAGNER (Vol 1). Exc fr Tristan(2), Tannhauser &
       Lohengrin. Weissmann/RCA Orch. [early labels] C+(scarce; only my 2nd copy ever;
       stopgap??) ................................................................................................................................... 10.00
900. LM-1123: HELEN TRAUBEL SINGS WAGNER (Vol 2): Exc fr Walkure(3), Lohengrin,
       Parsifal, Dutchman, Gotterdammerung. Weissmann/RCA Orch. [early labels] B(as
       scarce as Vol 1 in my experience) .............................................................................................. 18.00
901. LM-1127: THE GREAT CARUSO - Selections from the motion picture. Mario Lanza;
       Callinicos/RCA Victor Orch. [PD labels] A- .......................................................................... 12.00
902. LM-1128: VERDI - Don Carlo (highlights). Thebom; Bjoerling; Merrill; Tajo. [With
       miscellaneous orchestras & conductors; scarce disc - perhaps the only issue, at least in this
       collected form] B+(occ tks) ........................................................................................................ 24.00
903. LM-1132: CHOPIN - The Four Scherzi. Rubinstein. [PD labels] A- ............................................ 12.00
904. LM-1133: BACH - Passacaglia & Fugue in c; Mein Jesu; Chaconne; Bourree; Siciliano.
       Stokowski/His Sym. [early labels] B+(occ tks from short scrs) ............................................... 18.00
905. LM-1135: MOZART - Sonata for Two Pianos, K.448. CHABRIER - Three Romantic
       Waltzes. Jose & Amparo Iturbi. B(most plays much better, but some small scrs) ................. 28.00
906. LM-1136: BACH - The Well-Tempered 3 Clavier: Book I: Preludes & Fugues #17 - #24.
       Wanda Landowska. [recorded 1950/51] [early labels] B+ to B .............................................. 10.00
907. LM-1137: CHOPIN - Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise; Waltzes, Op.32,#2 and
       Op.64,#2; Mazurka, Op.7,#3; Polonaise, Op.53. Vladimir Horowitz. [early labels] A--
       (brief tks sd 1) ............................................................................................................................. 18.00
908. LM-1138: SPANISH MUSIC: PALAU - March Burlesque; Hommage a Debussy. RODRIGO
       - Homenaje a la Temperancia. CHAVARRI - Interior from Valenciannos. ITURBI -
       Seguidillas. FALLA - Dances from 3-Cornered Hat. Iturbi/Valencia Symphony. [early
       labels] B(scarce disc!) ................................................................................................................ 20.00
909. LM-1146: Brahms - Alto Rhapsody (Reiner/RCA Sym; Shaw Cho). Mahler -
       Kindertotenlieder (Monteux/SFSO). Marian Anderson in all. [ND labels] A-(brief
       thumps beg Brahms - before singing) ........................................................................................ 11.00
910. LM-1151: KIRSTEN FLAGSTAD IN TRISTAN: Isolde's Narrative & Curse (Hongen;
       Dobrowen/PO); Love Duet (Svanholm; Shacklock; Bohm/PO). [early labels] A--
       (superb copy except for few tks sd 2) ......................................................................................... 16.00
911. LM-1152: BACH - The Well-Tempered Clavier: Book II: Preludes & Fugues #1 - #8.
       Wanda Landowska, harpsichord. [recorded 1951] [early labels] B+ ........................................ 9.00
912. LM-1153: RUBINSTEIN - Encores Liszt, Debussy, Mendelssohn, Chopin(2), Schubert &
       Rachmaninoff. [early labels] B+(occ tks; original cover) ............................................................ 9.00
913. LM-1153: RUBINSTEIN - Encores Liszt, Debussy, Mendelssohn, Chopin(2), Schubert &
       Rachmaninoff. [PD labels] A-(later cover - color portrait) ........................................................ 12.00
914. LM-1155: WAGNERIAN TENOR ARIAS - Lohengrin(2), Meistersinger(2), Walkure(2) &
       Tannhauser. Set Svanholm; Weissmann/RCA Victor Orch. [early labels] B+(some ticks
       in early grooves) ......................................................................................................................... 35.00
915. LM-1160: Highlights from CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA and I PAGLIACCI. Strange
       assemblage of selections includes vocalists Albanese, Milanov, Bjoerling, Peerce,
       Merrill & Warren, and conductors Fiedler, Grevillius, Leinsdorf, Morel &
       Weissmann. [early labels] B ...................................................................................................... 12.00
916. LM-1162: GREAT OPERATIC LOVE DUETS - TOSCA (Quartararo; Vinay);
       PAGLIACCI (Albanese; Merrill); FAUST (Geori-Boue; Nore); BUTTERFLY
       (Albanese; Melton). [early labels] B(scarce disc - first copy I've seen) ................................... 25.00
917. LM-1163: CHOPIN - Preludes, Op.28. Rubinstein. [ND labels] A-(in early jacket, despite
       late pressing) ............................................................................................................................... 12.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
918. LM-1165: FIRST PIANO QUARTET - Dances Not for Dancing (Weber, Smetana, Handel,
       Chopin, Gluck, Rossini-Liszt, Boccherini, Milhaud, Tchaikovsky & Gliere) and Waltzes
       from the Classics (J.Strauss, Brahms, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Gounod-Liszt & Kreisler).
       [How weird: the album credits Clifton Fadiman for "originating" this ensemble, yet the
       names of the individual pianists are not listed anywhere!] [PD labels] B(most plays much
       better, but some small scrs) ........................................................................................................ 16.00
919. LM-1166: VIOLIN ENCORES - Debussy(2), Bach, Falla, Mendelssohn(3), Arensky, Nin,
       Milhaud, Beethoven, Poldowski, Godowsky, Schubert & Mozart. Heifetz; Bay, pf. [SD
       labels] B(most plays better; some scrs) ...................................................................................... 12.00
920. LM-1167: PIANO REVERIES & VIRTUOSO PIANO MUSIC - Iturbi plays short works of
       Albeniz, Debussy, Liszt, Beethoven, Schumann, Falla, Saint-Saens, Rachmaninoff. [early
       labels] B-/C-(yuck! stopgap??) ................................................................................................... 4.00
921. LM-1171: HOROWITZ - Encores by Bach, Mozart, Mendelssohn(3), Debussy, Prokofiev
       (Toccata), Mussorgsky & Horowitz ("Carmen" Variations). [PD labels] A-(excellent copy
       in the early jacket) ...................................................................................................................... 24.00
922. LM-1174: WAGNER - Music from Tristan & Isolde (Prelude, Liebesnacht, Liebestod).
       Stokowski/His Sym. [partial personnel list of NYC musicians is impressive: Frank
       Miller, Wm Lincer, Leonard Rose, Julius Baker, Saul Goodman, etc] [early labels] A-
       (lovely - very hard to find so fine a copy!) ................................................................................. 40.00
923. LM-1176: BACH - Suite #2; Little Fugue in g; Sheep May Safely Graze; Jesu, Joy of Man's
       Desiring; Giant Fugue; Komm Susser Tod; Easter Cantata Chorale. Stokowski/His Sym.
       ["Stokowski Conducts Bach, Volume 2"] [PD labels] A-(very fine)......................................... 40.00
924. LM-1178: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #3. Horowitz; Reiner/RCA Sym. [fine
       copy, earliest pressing of a classic] [early labels] A--(in early jacket) ...................................... 16.00
925. LM-1181: CHAUSSON - Symphony. Monteux/SFSO. [early labels] A-(few lightly ticky
       spots, most mvt 3)....................................................................................................................... 24.00
926. LM-1185: MOZART - Symphony #31. BARTOK - Divertimento. Mpls. [the Mozart is
       VERY scarce Dorati (Bartok was also in a somewhat more logical later coupling - see
       LM-1750 below), especially in such fine condition] [early labels] A--(several slighty ticky
       spots, but very fine) .................................................................................................................... 35.00
927. LM-1186: WANDA LANDOWSKA PLAYS FOR PADEREWSKI - A Musical Tribute.
       Works by Diomedes Cato, Jacob le Polonais, Chopin, Landowska(2), Francois Couperin,
       Rameau & Michael Oginski(2); also Three 17th-Century Polish Dances. [recorded March-
       May, 1951] [early labels] B ........................................................................................................ 12.00
928. LM-1187: SAINT-SAENS - Cello Concerto #1 (Reiner/RCA Victor Sym). Cello Encores by
       Saint-Saens, Schubert, Tchaikovsky, Weber, Rubinstein & Granados (Ralph Berkowitz,
       piano). All with Gregor Piatigorsky. [early labels] A-- ........................................................... 32.00
929. LM-1188: MARIO LANZA in "Love Songs" and "A Neapolitan Serenade." Callinicos and
       R.Sinatra/RCA Victor Orch. [early labels] B-/C+(stopgap?) ................................................... 4.00
930. LM-1189: BRAHMS - Piano Sonata #3. Rubinstein. [startlingly fine first pressing of what is
       said to be one of Rubinstein's scarcest records] [early labels] A- .............................................. 45.00
931. LM-1193: BEETHOVEN - Violin Sonata #9. Heifetz; Moiseiwitsch, piano. [early labels] A-- ... 28.00
932. LM-1195: LISZT - Totentanz (Reiner/RCA Sym). Franck - Symphonic Variations
       (Morel/RCA Sym). Brailowsky in both. [early labels] B++(occ tks) ...................................... 20.00
933. LM-1201: A TREASURY OF EASTER SONGS (20). Shaw/Robert Shaw Chorale. [early
       labels] B+/B ................................................................................................................................ 16.00
934. LM-1202: TEN TENORS - TEN ARIAS: Tagliavini (Elisir); Melton (Carmen); Gigli
       (Trovatore); Svanholm (Meistersinger); Bjoerling (Faust); Di Stefano (Tosca); Caruso
       (Pag); McCormack (Giovanni); Peerce (Rigoletto); Lanza (Boheme). [PD labels] A- ............. 15.00
935. LM-1203: MAHLER - Songs of a Wayfarer (Boult/Orch). Wolf - 8 Songs (Hughes, pf).
       Blanche Thebom, mezzo, in both. [scarce; deleted March, 1956] [early labels] A--(occ
       tks & crkl, but very fine copy).................................................................................................... 35.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
936. LM-1205: CHOPIN - Polonaises #1 - #6. Rubinstein. [early labels] B(early jacket; careful
       tape spine repair) .......................................................................................................................... 9.00
937. LM-1208: MOZART - Violin Sonata #40. PAGANINI (arr. Elman) - Caprice #24. Mischa
       Elman, violin; Wolfgang Rose, piano. [Very scarce item: issued between April and July
       of 1952, it was deleted in November 1953] [early labels] B(good copy, very
       conservatively graded).............................................................................................................. 175.00
938. LM-1215: RACHMANINOFF - Isle of the Dead. Prokofiev - Classical Symphony.
       Koussevitzky/BSO. [early labels] B+(occ tks in Isle)............................................................... 20.00
939. LM-1217: TREASURY OF HARPSICHORD MUSIC: Works of Bach(2), Scarlatti,
       Chambonnieres, Rameau, Couperin, Purcell, Anon, Handel, Vivaldi-Bach & Mozart(2).
       Wanda Landowska. [original boxed issue, though with later pressing of the disc;
       recorded 1946] [SD labels] A-(scr tks 1/4-inch sd 2) ................................................................ 16.00
940. LM-1221: DEBUSSY - La Mer. MENDELSSOHN - Midsummer Night's Dream.
       Toscanini/NBC. [early labels] B ................................................................................................. 9.00
941. LM-1222: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #8 & #32. Solomon. [early labels] A-(very fine
       copy) ........................................................................................................................................... 16.00
942. LM-1227: FIRST PIANO QUARTET - FPQ on the Air: Arrangements of nine familiar
       works, including Turkish March, Danse Macabre, Capriccio Espagnole, Tristan Liebestod,
       The Swan. [Unlike their first 12-inch issue on LM-1165, here the pianists are identified on
       the jacket: Frank Mittler, Adam Garner, Edward Edson & Glanco D'Attili] [early
       labels] B ...................................................................................................................................... 16.00
943. LM-1235: CHOPIN - Sonata in b-flat; Ballade #1; Nocturne Op.15 #2. LISZT - Au Bord
       d'une Source; Hungarian Rhapsody #6. Horowitz, pf. [early labels] B+(early jacket) ............. 16.00
944. LM-1700: CHARLES MUNCH CONDUCTS FRENCH MUSIC: SAINT-SAENS - La
       Princesse Jaune Overture. LALO - Le Roi d'Ys Overture. BERLIOZ - Beatrice &
       Benedict Overture. RAVEL - La Valse; Rapsodie Espagnole. BSO. [From the first few
       Munch/BSO seasons (1949-52); fabulous collection sadly hard to find in really excellent
       condition; to my knowledge, only the Saint-Saens has made it to commercial CD.] [early
       labels] B++ ................................................................................................................................. 35.00
945. LM-1701: MENOTTI - Amahl and the Night Visitors. Allen; Kuhlmann; McKinley; Aiken;
       Lishner; Monachino; Schippers/Orch & Cho. [Original cast, 1951 premiere; in box]
       [early labels] B ............................................................................................................................. 9.00
946. LM-1702: BRAHMS - Symphony #1. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [early labels] A-- ........................... 12.00
947. LM-1703: GREAT COMBINATIONS - Unique pairings of artists recorded specifically for
       this record: Anderson/Piatigorsky: My Old Kentucky Home; Carry Me Back to Old
       Virginny. Merrill/Menuhin: Songs of Handel & Rachmaninoff. Peerce/Elman: Songs of
       Braga & Del Riego. Pinza/Milstein: Songs of Tchaikovsky & Bohm. Stevens/Elman:
       Songs of Offenbach & Massenet. [early labels] B ..................................................................... 35.00
948. LM-1705: 20TH CENTURY MUSIC FOR TWO PIANOS - Works of Ravel, Bartok,
       Copland, Poulenc, Stravinsky & Bax. Whittemore & Lowe. [scarce!!] [early labels]
       B+(occ tks) ................................................................................................................................. 25.00
949. LM-1706: BIZET - Symphony in C; L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & #2. Stokowski/His Sym.
       [early labels] B+(hard to find in such good condition) .............................................................. 24.00
950. LM-1707: CHOPIN Ballades #3/4; Etude #3; Impromptu #1; Nocturne #15; Scherzo #1.
       Horowitz. [SD] A-- .................................................................................................................... 12.00
951. LM-1708: BACH - The Well-Tempered Clavier: Book II: Preludes & Fugues #9 - #16.
       Wanda Landowska, harpsichord. [recorded 1952] [PD labels] A-(with original glassine
       sleeve) ......................................................................................................................................... 12.00
952. LM-1709: PUCCINI - La Boheme (exc). Albanese; Munsel; di Stefano; Warren; Cellini &
       Trucco/RCA Orch. [early labels] A-(fine copy!) ..................................................................... 18.00
953. LM-1710: DONIZETTI - Lucia di Lammermoor (excerpts). Munsel; Peerce; Merrill; Pinza;
       Votipka; Cellini/RCA Orch; Cho. [early labels] A- ................................................................. 18.00
954. LM-1712: MOZART - Requiem. Ciannella; Okerson; Carringer; Keast; Robert Shaw/His
       Chorale; RCA Sym. [early labels] A-(brief sur nse at edge, then superb!) .............................. 18.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
955. LM-1713: BRAHMS - Symphony #4. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [WD labels] A-(lovely!) ................                                                             18.00
956. LM-1714: SCHUMANN - Symphony #4. BEETHOVEN - Symphony #4. Monteux/SFSO.
       [Both recorded in April, 1952; for some reason the Schumann was not reissued in RCA's
       Monteux CD collection from the 1990's] [early labels] A-(first movement of Schumann is
       B+) ..............................................................................................................................................   35.00
957. LM-1715: CHOPIN - Four Mazurkas; Sonata #3. William Kapell, piano. [early labels] B ..........                                                         20.00
958. LM-1716: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #21, #22 & #30. Solomon. [early labels] B .................                                                         12.00
959. LM-1717: MOZART - Piano Concerto #20 (Jose Iturbi); Concerto #10 for Two Pianos (Jose
       & Amparo Iturbi). Jose conducts RCA Victor Orchestra in both. [early labels] A--
       (brief tks beg #10; rest very fine) ...............................................................................................                  35.00
960. LM-1718: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #5. Horowitz; Reiner/RCA Sym. [this copy has
       the earlier cover - in superb condition] [early labels] B+ ...........................................................                               12.00
961. LM-1719: MUSSORGSKY/RAVEL - Pictures at an Exhibition. Cantelli/NBC Sym.
       Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. PO. [surprisingly scarce Cantelli, especially in fine
       condition] [PD labels] A-/A--.....................................................................................................                   32.00
962. LM-1720: MENDELSSOHN - Violin Concerto in e (Furtwangler/BPO); Concerto in d
       (1822) (Menuhin/RCA String Orch). [PD labels] A- .............................................................                                       25.00
963. LM-1721: EARLY ITALIAN MUSIC - Works of Gabrieli (2), Frescobaldi, Palestrina (2),
       Lully, Cesti; Vivaldi's Concerto Grosso Op.3, #11. Stokowski/His Sym (NYP members);
       Cho. [scarce; Stoky's arrangement of the Vivaldi is for full orchetra!!] [early labels] A-
       (very scarce in such fine condition!) ..........................................................................................                     35.00
964. LM-1722: BEETHOVEN - Quartets #9 & #10. Paganini Quartet. [early labels] B .....................                                                       20.00
965. LM-1723: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #2 & #4. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [PD labels] A- ...............                                                               12.00
966. LM-1724: MENDELSSOHN - Midsummer Night's Dream Music. Debussy - Petite Suite.
       Ravel - Tombeau de Couperin. Reiner/Robin Hood Dell Orch (Mendelssohn);
       Reiner/NBC Sym (rest). [Unusual Reiner, and very tough to find in excellent condition]
       [PD labels] A-(lovely copy - finest I've ever seen!) ...................................................................                             50.00
967. LM-1725: ELGAR - Enigma Variations. BRAHMS - Haydn Variations. Toscanini/NBC
       Sym. [SD labels] A-(light crackle beg Enigma; rest lovely) .....................................................                                     16.00
968. LM-1726: SLAUGHTER ON TENTH AVENUE & OTHER BALLET SELECTIONS - Exc
       fr Rodeo, Interplay, Fancy Free, 3-Cornered Hat, Age of Gold, Gayne, Sebastian &
       Petrouchka. Fiedler/BPS. [PD labels] B/A-- .............................................................................                             12.00
969. LM-1727: ROGER GOEB - Symphony #3. BARTOK - Sonata for Two Pianos & Percussion.
       Stokowski/His Sym (Goeb); Stokowski/Instrumental Ens (Bartok). [early labels] B ...........                                                          12.00
970. LM-1728: BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #2. Rubinstein; Munch/BSO. [recorded August 11,
       1952; this copy has the earlier jacket] [PD labels] A- ................................................................                              20.00
971. LM-1729: BEETHOVEN - Quartets #1 & #2. Paganini Quartet. [early labels] A--(beg each
       side briefly crackly; occ lgt tks) .................................................................................................                 35.00
972. LM-1730: SCHUBERT - Rosamunde Ballet Suite. WAGNER - Parsifal Prelude & Music
       from Act III. Stokowski/His Symphony. [early labels] A--(4 loud tks, Schubert/very fine
       for this issue) ..............................................................................................................................       24.00
973. LM-1731: BRAHMS - Symphony #2. Toscanini/NBC Symphony. [early labels] A- ..................                                                            16.00
974. LM-1732: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Scheherazade. Stokowski/PO. [early labels] A-(not so
       very scarce, EXCEPT in so fine a copy!) ...................................................................................                          32.00
975. LM-1733: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #26 & #29. Solomon. [early labels] B .........................                                                      12.00
976. LM-1734: LISZT - Piano Concerto #1. MENDELSSOHN - Piano Concerto #1. Iturbi, piano
       and conducting RCA Victor Symphony. [PD labels] A-(superficial scr sd 1 causes little
       or no snd) ....................................................................................................................................      18.00
977. LM-1736: BEETHOVEN - Quartet #14. Paganini Quartet. [early labels] B- to B+(each side
       improves from edge to middle) ..................................................................................................                     12.00
978. LM-1738: KIRSTEN FLAGSTAD SONG RECITAL - Songs of Schumann (Frauenliebe und
       Leben), Schubert(2), Brahms(2), Strauss(2), Rogers, Speaks, McArthur & Charles.
       McArthur, pf. [early labels] B- .................................................................................................                    10.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
979. LM-1739: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Tallis Fantasia. SCHOENBERG - Transfigured Night.
       Stokowski/His Sym. [Scarce; deleted February 1958] [early labels] B to B++(varies) ........... 16.00
980. LM-1740: BIZET - Highlights from Carmen. Albanese; Stevens; Peerce; Merrill;
       Reiner/RCA Victor Sym; Robert Shaw Chorale. [SD labels] A- to B+ ............................... 10.00
981. LM-1740: MISCHA ELMAN, violin, in works of TCHAIKOVSKY (seven; inc None but the
       Lonely Heart & Russian Dance) and WIENIAWSKI (five: three mazurkas, a polonaise
       and a legend). Seiger, piano. [VERY rare item, said to be Elman's scarcest RCA; released
       in August 1954; deleted in February 1957; not issued with inner sleeve (at least not in this
       early label label), so very, very tough to find in the just-short-of-superb condition which
       characterizes this copy] [early labels] A-(few very brief tks esp sd 1, but great pressing) ...... 200.00
982. LM-1741: HONEGGER - Symphony #5. ROUSSEL - Bacchus et Ariane, Suite #2. RAVEL -
       Pavan. Munch/BSO. [recorded 1952/53] [early labels] A-(outstanding copy - best I've
       ever seen) .................................................................................................................................... 35.00
983. LM-1742: TARTINI - "Devil's Trill" Sonata. VIOLIN ENCORES by Sarasate(3), Ravel,
       Wieniawski, Dvorak, Novacek, Kreisler, Granados & Bartok. Menuhin; Moore, piano.
       [early labels] B(much plays better) ............................................................................................ 25.00
984. LM-1744: SZYMANOWSKI - Symphonie Concertante (Wallenstein/LAPO).
       RACHMANINOFF - Paganini Rhapsody (Susskind/PO). Artur Rubinstein, piano.
       [early labels] A-(very fine/far & away the best copy I've seen) ................................................. 35.00
985. LM-1745: CHERUBINI - Symphony in D. BEETHOVEN - Septet, Op.20. Toscanini/NBC.
       [SD labels] A- ............................................................................................................................. 18.00
986. LM-1750: KODALY - Hary Janos Suite. BARTOK - Divertimento for Strings. Dorati/Mpls.
       [Recorded in 1950 & 1951 by the Mohr/Layton team - interesting to compare this Kodaly
       recoring with the much-celebrated Mercury stereo version from 1956] [early labels] B+ to
       A-(varies; occ tks in Bartok) ...................................................................................................... 16.00
987. LM-1751: VERDI & MOZART Arias - Don Carlo, Simon, Ernani, Nabucco, Vespri, Don
       Giovanni(3), Figaro(2), Flute(2). Ezio Pinza; Leinsdorf; Wallenstein/Orch. [ND labels]
       A-(c/c)........................................................................................................................................... 9.00
988. LM-1753: MR. PRESIDENT - FROM FDR TO EISENHOWER. Documentary disc narrated
       by NBC Television's James Fleming, covering American political history from 1933 to
       1953. Includes voices of some 20 famous personalities of the time including Eleanor
       Roosevelt, Wendell Willkie, Alfred E. Smith, Huey Long, Sinclair Lewis, Estes Kefauver,
       Harry Truman, Robert A. Taft, Herbert Hoover, etc. [First time I've ever seen this disc!]
       [early labels] B ........................................................................................................................... 25.00
989. LM-1755: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #6. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [PD labels] A-(lovely!)........... 16.00
990. LM-1756: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #7. Toscanini/NBC Symphony. [early labels] A-- .......... 12.00
991. LM-1757: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #5 & #8. Toscanini/NBC Sym [PD labels] A- ................ 15.00
992. LM-1758: AN ANIA DORFMANN RECITAL - Works of Schumann, Mendelssohn(2),
       Chopin, Liszt, Ravel & Menotti. Ania Dorfmann, piano. [very fine copy of very rare
       disc] [early labels] A--(bit more snd early each sd, but very fine) ............................................. 32.00
993. LM-1759: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #3. Jose Iturbi, piano/cond RCA Victor Sym.
       [early labels] A--......................................................................................................................... 32.00
994. LM-1760: TCHAIKOVSKY - Violin Concerto. Milstein; Munch/BSO. [Recorded March
       29, 1953] [PD labels] A-(outstanding copy) .............................................................................. 35.00
995. LM-1761: PROKOFIEV - Peter & the Wolf (Alec Guinness, narr). SAINT-SAENS -
       Carnival of the Animals. Fiedler/BPS. [early labels] B to B+ .................................................. 16.00
996. LM-1764: HIGHLIGHTS FROM BORIS GODOUNOFF. Rossi-Lemeni; Stokowski/San
       Francisco Sym; San Francisco Opera Chorus. [early labels] A--(with the earlier of the
       two covers) ................................................................................................................................. 18.00
997. LM-1767: ITALIAN BAROQUE MUSIC - Works of Vivaldi, Marcello, Carissimi &
       Geminiani. Luisa Ribacchi, mezzo-soprano (in the Carissimi and one Vivaldi); Societa
       Corelli (in all). [early labels] A-(brief bbl thumps sd 1; otherwise outstanding) ...................... 18.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
998. LM-1768: RESPIGHI - Pines & Fountains of Rome. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [In the original-
       issue deluxe fold-open album issue 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] [early labels] A--(brief tks early Ftns; few soundless blems)....................................... 32.00
999. LM-1768: RESPIGHI - Pines & Fountains of Rome. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [This copy is in
       the second jacket RCA used for this issue: green-tinted black-and-white photo of the
       fountain at St. Peters (the similarly-tinted photo on the original fold-open album issue is
       of the Trevi Fountain] [early labels] B to B+ ............................................................................. 10.00
1000. LM-1768: RESPIGHI - Pines & Fountains of Rome. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [This copy is
         in the final jacket that RCA used for this famous issue: a color photograph of the Trevi
         Fountain] [SD labels] A-(lovely!!!) ......................................................................................... 25.00
1001. LM-1769: ADLAI STEVENSON SPEAKS - Documentary devoted to excerpts of
         speeches Stevenson gave during the 1952 presidential campaign, edited and narrated by
         NBC Television's James Fleming. [First copy I've had of this record!] [early labels] B ........ 25.00
1002. LM-1770: THROUGH CHILDHOOD TO THE THRONE - A Panorama in Sound.
         Documentary devoted to the early life of Queen Elizabeth II, ending with her
         coronation in 1952. Includes voices of many historical figures of the time including
         Churchill, King George V, King George VI, Roosevelt, Hitler, Eisenhower, Truman,
         Chamberlain, etc. Co-production of the Gramophone Company, Ltd. and the BBC.
         [First copy I have ever seen of this - doubtless more common overseas in its British
         issue] [early labels] B- ............................................................................................................. 18.00
1003. LM-1771: BJOERLING IN SONG - Schubert , Brahms, Liszt, Wolf, Grieg, Tosti,
         Strauss, Sibelius, Sjoeberg & Rachmaninoff. Schauwecker, piano. [SD labels] A-- ............. 12.00
1004. LM-1772: LISZT - Mephisto Waltz; Liebestraum #3; Gnomenreigen; Hungarian
         Rhapsodies #6 & 12; Valse Oubliee #1; Valse-Impromptu; Jeux d'Eaux; Legende #1.
         Brailowsky. [early labels] A-(superb copy!) ........................................................................... 25.00
1005. LM-1774: TCHAIKOVSKY - Aurora's Wedding (extended excerpts from Sleeping
         Beauty); Humoresque; Solitude (both transcribed by Stokowski). Stokowski/His
         Symphony (clearly NYC pickup group: includes Vacchiano, Lincer & Frank Miller).
         [This copy has the first of the two covers RCA used for this issue: an original painting
         by Domenico Purificato which I believe was also used by RCA in a late-40's 78-rpm
         issue] [early labels] A-(brief tks in Solitude) ........................................................................... 25.00
1006. LM-1774: TCHAIKOVSKY - Aurora's Wedding (extended excerpts from Sleeping
         Beauty); Humoresque; Solitude (both transcribed by Stokowski). Stokowski/His
         Symphony (clearly NYC pickup group: includes Vacchiano, Lincer & Frank Miller).
         [This copy has the second of the two covers RCA used for this issue: a painting by
         Victor Kalin of a dreamy moonlit awakening scene] [PD labels] A- ...................................... 25.00
1007. LM-1775: SCRIABIN - Le Poeme d'Extase. LISZT - Les Preludes. Roger Voisin, trumpet
         (in Poeme); Monteux/BSO. [Recorded December 8, 1952, in Carnegie Hall; this copy
         has the earlier of the two jackets RCA used for this issue: a sepia-to-pink-tinted black-
         and-white photo of a young lady in diaphanous garb] [early labels] A-(lgt bbl thumps
         40 seconds each side) ............................................................................................................... 35.00
1008. LM-1775: SCRIABIN - Le Poeme d'Extase. LISZT - Les Preludes. Roger Voisin, trumpet
         (in Poeme); Monteux/BSO. [Recorded December 8, 1952, in Carnegie Hall; this copy
         is in the second of the two jackets RCA used for this issue: a color photo this time of a
         different lady in a similarly diaphanous outfit; jacket has minor scuffs and a small
         crease, but this is a scarce jacket - first time I've ever seen it] [PD labels] A-(superficial
         marks cause no snd - very fine)................................................................................................ 35.00
1009. LM-1776: CORELLI - Concerti Grossi, Opus 6: #1, #2, #7, #8 & #9. Societa Corelli.
         [early labels] A-........................................................................................................................ 12.00
1010. LM-1777: ZINKA MILANOV SINGS - Arias from Forza(3), Gioconda, Aida(2), Cav,
         Trovatore(2). Roggero; Vichegonov; Cellini/RCA Sym; Shaw/His Chorale. [early
         labels] B- .................................................................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1011. LM-1778: DVORAK - Symphony #9. Toscanini/NBC Symphony. [early labels] A-(very
        nice copy!) ................................................................................................................................ 18.00
1012. LM-1779: RICHARD RODGERS - Victory at Sea (suite arranged by R. R. Bennett from
        Rodgers' TV). Bennett/NBC Sym Members. [the later stereo versions are MUCH
        more common!] [early labels] B+ ............................................................................................ 16.00
1013. LM-1780: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #5. Stokowski/His Symphony. [recorded 1953]
        [PD labels] A-(by far the best copy I've ever had of this)........................................................ 35.00
1014. LM-1781: STRAUSS - Don Quixote. Piatigorsky; de Pasquale; Burgin; Munch/BSO.
        [recorded August 17, 1953; this copy is in the first of two jackets used for this issue:
        green-tinted Dore portrait of the Don in his library] [early labels] A--(very nice - only a
        few lgt tks)................................................................................................................................ 25.00
1015. LM-1781: STRAUSS - Don Quixote. Piatigorsky; de Pasquale; Burgin; Munch/BSO.
        [recorded August 17, 1953; this copy is in the second of two jackets used for this issue:
        an odd collage-photo by Ben Rose] [PD labels] A-/A--(cluster scr tks off/on 30 sec side
        2) .............................................................................................................................................. 18.00
1016. LM-1782: KORNGOLD - Violin Concerto (Wallenstein/LA Phil). LALO - Symphonie
        Espagnole (Steinberg/RCA Sym). Heifetz in all. [TAS 44:156-8] [ND labels] A- ................ 9.00
1017. LM-1783: MOZART Piano Concerti #12 & #18. Lili Kraus; Monteux/BSO. [recorded
        1953; uncommon, and particularly so in such good condition] [early labels] A-(very
        fine!) ......................................................................................................................................... 32.00
1018. LM-1784: SCHUBERT - Mass in G. BACH - Komm, Jesu, Komm. BRAHMS - Three
        Songs. Robert Shaw/His Chorale; Wustman & MacInnes, pianists in Brahms &
        Bach, [Recorded in 1953 in Carnegie Hall; interesting that this issue persisted so long
        in the catalog to have existed in so late a pressing - it has certainly not been an item I
        have seen frequently] [ND labels] A-(c/c) ............................................................................... 10.00
1019. LM-1785: LOU HARRISON - Suite for Violin, Piano & Small Orchestra (Anahid
        Ajemian, violin; Maro Ajemian, piano). BEN WEBER - Symphony on Poems of
        William Blake (Galjour, baritone). Stokowski/His Symphony. [Notes by Peggy
        Glanville-Hicks] [early labels] A-- .......................................................................................... 24.00
1020. LM-1786: ROBERTA PETERS - Youngest Member of a Great Tradition. Arias from
        Lucia, Puritani(2), Sonnambula(2), Linda di Chamounix. Cellini/RCA Sym. And from
        older members of the tradition: arias by Tetrazzini (Mignon); Galli-Curci (Barber);
        Pons (Lakme). [Recorded in September, 1953; mono only; released early 1954; deleted
        10/58] [early labels] A-- ........................................................................................................... 35.00
1021. LM-1787: BRAHMS - Six Intermezzi; Three Rhapsodies; Capriccio, Op.76, #2. Artur
        Rubinstein, piano. [in fold-open jacket] [early labels] A-- ..................................................... 16.00
1022. LM-1788: SPANISH MUSIC - Works of Granados(3), Turina(2), Infante(4), Albeniz(2) &
        Cuesta. Amparo Iturbi, piano. [recorded in 1953] [early labels] B+ to B ............................. 12.00
1023. LM-1789: MOZART - Symphony #40. HAYDN - Symphony #94. Toscanini/NBC. [SD
        labels] A- .................................................................................................................................. 16.00
1024. LM-1790: "FIEDLER'S 25TH." Anniversary disc (1954) with music of Elgar, Gillet, J.
        Strauss, Pierne, Bosc, Serradell, Paganini, Herbert, Schramml, Steffe. Boston Pops.
        [PD labels] RCA LM-1790. A- ................................................................................................ 16.00
1025. LM-1791: WILLIAM KAPELL IN MEMORIAM. BACH - Partita #4 (not completed at
        the time of Kapell's death; thus final gigue is missing). SCHUBERT - Seven Landler.
        LISZT - Mephisto Waltz; Hungarian Rhapsody #11. [early labels] B+ to B ......................... 18.00
1026. LM-1792: PROKOFIEV - Sonata for Cello & Piano. BACH - Sonata #2. Piatigorsky,
        cello; Berkowitz, piano. [Tanglewood; August, 1953] [early labels] A-(small blems in
        Bach cause little or no snd) ...................................................................................................... 35.00
1027. LM-1793: CHAUSSON - Poeme de l'Amour et de la Mer (Monteux/SFSO); French Art
        Songs [Berlioz, Hahn, Debussy, Duparc, Hillemacher, Clergue, Poulenc(3)] (Trovillo,
        piano). Gladys Swarthout in all. [rec1952 & 1953] [early labels] B ..................................... 18.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1028. LM-1797: BRUCH - Violin Concerto. Menuhin; Munch/BSO. [recorded January 18,
        1951; Carnegie Hall] MENDELSSOHN - Symphony #4. Koussevitzky/BSO.
        [recorded November 25, 1947; Carnegie Hall; the 2nd of their two recordings of the
        work] [early labels] A-(lovely copy)........................................................................................                     35.00
1029. LM-1798: GILBERT & SULLIVAN OVERTURES - Mikado, Pirates, HMS Pinafore,
        Iolanthe. MUSICAL COMEDY MEDLEYS - South Pacific; Annie, Get Your Gun;
        Kiss Me, Kate; Brigadoon. Fiedler/BPS. [PD labels] A- ........................................................                                   15.00
1030. LM-1799: BACH-RESPIGHI - Passacaglia & Fugue in c. BEETHOVEN - Symphony #8.
        BERLIOZ - Benvenuto Cellini Overture. Monteux/San Francisco Symphony. [The
        Bach has utterly amazing low brass!] [early labels] A-(a few tks side 2, but very fine!) ........                                                45.00
1031. LM-2105: TCHAIKOVSKY - Serenade for Strings. ELGAR - Introduction & Allegro.
        BARBER - Adagio. Munch/BSO. [The stereo issue on LSC-2105 omitted the Barber;
        TAS 36:122] [PD; 5S/2S] A- ...................................................................................................                   11.00
1032. LM-2868: SHOSTAKOVICH - Piano Sonata #2. BACH - French Suite #5. Gilels.
        [Dellheim; Gardner & Crawford] [WD; 3S/2S] A- .................................................................                                  12.00
1033.*LSA-2489 (SPS-133-44): STEREO ACTION UNLIMITED - An Introduction to Stereo
        Action - The Sound Your Eyes Can Follow. Sampler of fourteen selections from
        RCA's Stereo Action series of quite wonderfully gimmicky early-stereo manipulations
        of channels to make instruments move around artificially. Especially dizzying on good
        earphones! David Hall contributes front-cover notes, "Here's the Story of Stereo
        Action." [Canadian pressing; released December 1961; deleted February 1963] A- ..............                                                    16.00
1034.*LSC-2109: BLOCH - Schelomo. WALTON - Cello Concerto. Piatigorsky; Munch/BSO.
        [TAS 36:123; 108:114] [ND; 5S/6S] A- ..................................................................................                          12.00
1035.*LSC-2129: TCHAIKOVSKY - Violin Concerto. Heifetz; Reiner/CSO. [SD; 16S/24S] A-
        (lovely!) ....................................................................................................................................   35.00
1036.*LSC-2233: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #3. Munch/BSO. [TAS 60:135+6; one of the
        scarcer of the Munch LSC's] [SD; 4S/1S] A- ..........................................................................                            65.00
1037.*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
1038.*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] [SD; 25S/15S] A- to B+ ........................................................................................                       24.00
1039.*LSC-2341: SAINT-SAENS - Symphony #3. Zamkochian; Munch/BSO. [Mohr/Layton]
        [TAS 32:148; 36:162; 44:178; 94:149-50] [SD; 2S/6S] A-- ...................................................                                      24.00
1040.*LSC-2369: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #4. Monteux/BSO. [Pfeiffer; Crawford; TAS
        32:148; 36:124; 42:83; 65:160L] [ND; 7S/8S] A-(c/c) ...........................................................                                  12.00
1041.*LSC-2374: BARTOK - Music for Strings, Percussion & Celeste; Hungarian Sketches.
        Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 88:170] [SD; 1S/1S] A- ..................................................                                         40.00
1042.*LSC-2394: HAYDN - Symphonies #94 & #101. Monteux/VPO. [TAS 58:136; quite
        uncommon for a disc that made it into the WD era] [WD; 6S/4S] A- .....................................                                           25.00
1043.*LSC-2489: DVORAK - Symphony #7 (old #2). Monteux/LSO. [Bremner; Wilkinson;
        TAS 83/84:239] [SD; 2S/3S] A- ..............................................................................................                     30.00
1044.*LSC-2547: LIGHT CLASSICS - Ritual Fire Dance; Espana; Ride of the Valkyries; Flight
        of the Bumblebee; Merry Wives of Windsor Overture; Song of India; War March of
        the Priests; Hora Staccato; 2 more. Fiedler/Boston Pops. [ND; 20S/24S] A- .......................                                                12.00
1045.*LSC-2566: GRIEG - Piano Concerto. Rubinstein; Wallenstein/Orch. Short pieces by
        Falla, Villa-Lobos, Liszt, Prokofiev, Schumann. [Wilcox; Layton] [TAS 65:156L] [SD;
        4S/1S] A- ..................................................................................................................................     18.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1046.*LSC-2568: RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe (complete). Munch/BSO; Lorna Cooke de
        Varon/NEC Cho. [Wilcox; Layton; 1961 recording; TAS 67:146; very few copies of
        this disc I have had in an SD pressing have deserved a grade of A-: this also has a 9S
        stamper on side 2, which has some of the widest disc cutting I've ever seen on an RCA
        (in the final pages of the work); substantially finer performance and recording of the
        work than the celebrated earlier one (LSC-1893; 1955), in my (minority!) opinion]
        [SD; 15S/9S] A- .......................................................................................................................        75.00
1047.*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
1048.*LSC-2581: BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #2. Cliburn; Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton] [WD;
        27S/16S] A- ..............................................................................................................................     25.00
1049.*LSC-2581 (GERMAN): BRAHMS - Piano Concerto #2. Cliburn; Reiner/CSO. [Mohr;
        Layton; Teldec pressing; same cover (Brahms portrait) as U.S. issue; notes in three
        languages] A--(mod cov scuffs) ...............................................................................................                 23.00
1050.*LSC-2647: CHAUSSON - Symphony. FRANCK - Chasseur Maudit. Munch/BSO.
        [Mohr; Layton; TAS 36:127; 94:145-6] [WD; 6S/4S] A-(brief tks beg sd 1) .........................                                              20.00
1051.*LSC-2668: DEBUSSY - Printemps; Two Nocturnes (Nuages & Fetes); Prelude to the
        Afternoon of a Faun. Munch/BSO. [Mohr; Layton] [ND; 13S/13S] A- ................................                                               11.00
1052.*LSC-2701: SCHUMANN - Symphony #4. BEETHOVEN - Leonore Overture #3.
        Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 8S/8S] A- ...................................................................                               16.00
1053.*LSC-2767: ROZSA - Violin Concerto (Hendl/Dallas Sym). BENJAMIN - Romantic
        Fantasy (Primrose; Solomon/RCA Sym). Heifetz (in both). [Pfeiffer; Chase: early
        stereo recordings in their 1st stereo release] [ND; 2S/3S] A-(looks scuffy; plays fine) ..........                                             12.00
1054.*LSC-2927: WALTON - Symphony #1. Previn/LSO. [Dellheim; Lock] [This issue doesn't
        get the attention that some of the Previn/LSO's do since the engineer is not Wilkinson;
        but this remains at the top of that particular list for me - colorful, spacious, impactful
        sound, and as fine a job of conducting as I've ever heard from Previn: a spectacular
        record!] [ND; 3S/2S] A-(c/c) ...................................................................................................               12.00
1055.*LSC-2978: SAINT-SAENS - Sonata #1. SIBELIUS - Nocturne. WIENIAWSKI -
        Capriccio-Valse. RACHMANINOFF - Daisies; Oriental Sketch. FALLA - Nana; Jota.
        Heifetz, violin; Smith, piano. [Pfeiffer; Norman] [WD; 3S/3S] A-........................................                                       15.00
1056.*LSC-2988: THE POPS GOES LATIN - Gould's Latin American Sinfoniette & Falla's
        Ritual Fire Dance plus six other popular pieces in Latin style. Fiedler/BPS. [Dellheim;
        Keville] [WD; 1S/2S] A- .........................................................................................................              11.00
1057.*LSC-3244: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Symphony 5; Wasps Overture. Previn/LSO. [ND;
        1S/1S] A- ..................................................................................................................................   12.00
1058.*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
1059.*VICS-1002: TCHAIKOVSKY - Swan Lake (excerpts). Morel/ROHCG. [Very scarce.
        Original issue in mono only on LM-2227; this stereo reissue arrived in May 1965, but
        while it persisted in the Schwann until August 1969, it is very rarely seen - this is only
        the third copy I've ever encountered.] [PL; 2S/2S] A- .............................................................                            45.00
1060.*VICS-1027: STRAVINSKY - Firebird Suite. DEBUSSY - Three Nocturnes.
        Monteux/PCO(Firebird)/BSO; Berkshire Fest Cho(Debussy). [from LM-2113 &
        LM-1939; 1st stereo LP release of either, though both were in stereo on 2-track tape]
        [PL; 3S/3S] A-..........................................................................................................................       30.00
1061.*VICS-1032: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #3. Janis; Munch/BSO. [Mohr;
        Layton; from the fabulously rare LSC-2237; TAS 63:174-6] FS(c/c; later cover so
        doubtless a late pressing) .........................................................................................................           12.00
LP's: RCA's - continued
1062.*VICS-1058: CHAUSSON - Poeme. SAINT-SAENS - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso.
        Oistrakh; Munch/BSO. LECLAIR & LOCATELLI - Sonatas for Violin & Piano.
        Oistrakh; Yampolsky. [1st stereo issue; from LM-1988 & LM-1987] [PL; 7S/6S] A- ........                                                          18.00
1063.*VICS-1062: BRAHMS - Symphony #1. Munch/BSO. [fr LSC-2097] [Pink; 7S/1S] A- ...........                                                             12.00
1064.*VICS-1100: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #4. Munch/BSO. [Recorded in November,
        1955 this was first issued in mono only as LM-1953. This 1965 Victrola was its first
        stereo issue in any form - no LSC; no 2-track tape] [Pink; 7S/8S] A-(though a pink-
        label copy, it has original cov) .................................................................................................               18.00
1065.*VICS-1105: PROKOFIEV - Piano Concerto #3 (Graffman); Classical Symphony.
        Jorda/SFSO. [Crisp, very tight sound; 1st stereo release; mono-only 1st issue on LM-
        2138 was deleted in October 1960.] [PL; 1S/6S] A-(best copy I've ever found) ....................                                                35.00
1066.*VICS-1139: RACHMANINOFF - Symphony #2. Boult/LPO. [1st stereo issue - never an
        LSC; TAS 67:144-5] [PL; 1S/1S] A-(superb! / a little writing on back cover) .......................                                              35.00
1067.*VICS-1168 (BRITISH): WALTON - Facade Suites. LECOCQ - Mamzelle Angot Suite.
        Fistoulari/ROHCG. [Williamson; Wilkinson; British Decca pressing; from the rare
        and highly sought-after LSC-2285, which was only in print from 10/59 - 3/62. This
        VICS issue is not much more common: issued in February 1966, it was dropped from
        the catalog in August 1969. See TAS 69:152; 75/76:72-6] A- ................................................                                      32.00
1068.*VICS-1171: ITALIAN OPERA PRELUDES & INTERMEZZOS - Fedora, Manon
        Lescaut, Gugliemo Ratcliff, Amico Fritz, La Wally, Silvano, Adriana, Cav, Pag.
        Basile/Bologna Municipal Theatre Orch. [first issue - never an LSC] [PL; 1S/1S] A-
        (lovely!) ....................................................................................................................................   35.00
1069.*VICS-1391: BARBER - Medea's Meditation & Dance of Vengeance. DEBUSSY - Images
        for Orchestra. Munch/BSO. [1st (and only) stereo LP issue of the Barber (though it
        was briefly on 2-track tape); a killer performance in fine sound; released 2/69,
        apparently just after the PL era - I've only seen it with pink label. Top-drawer Munch.]
        [Pink; 1S/1S] A- .......................................................................................................................         25.00
1070.*VICS-1404: DEBUSSY - The Martyrdom of St. Sebastian (extended excerpts). Kopleff;
        Akos; Curtin; Munch/BSO; New England Conservatory Cho. [From LM-2030,
        recorded 1956; this 1968 Victrola was the first & only stereo LP issue; never in a plum
        label. This stereo issue, for unexplained reasons, omits Munch's brief but fervent
        narration segments that were included in the mono original.] [Pink; 2S/1S] A- .....................                                              24.00
1071.*VICS-1540 (BRITISH): TCHAIKOVSKY - Serenade for Strings. ELGAR -Introduction
        & Allegro for Strings. BARBER - Adagio for Strings. Munch/BSO. [TAS re original
        stereo issue on LSC-2105 (which did not include the Barber): 36:122] A-(British
        pressing) ...................................................................................................................................    25.00
1072.*VICS-6015(2): PENDERECKI - Passion According to St. Luke. Woytowicz; Hiolski;
        Ladysz; Bartsch; Czyz/Cologne Radio Cho & Sym. [1st issue - no LM/LSC
        equivalent] [PL; 1S/1/1/2] A-...................................................................................................                 18.00
1073.*VICS-6023(2): BACH - The Six Brandenburg Concerti. Collegium Aureum (original
        instruments). [original issue - no LSC counterpart] A-(Pink labels; 1S/1S/1S/1S) .................                                               18.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label
1074.*ARGO ZRG--845: IVES - Symphony #3. CRESTON: A Rumor. COWELL: Hymn &
        Fuguing Tune #10; COPLAND: Quiet City. BARBER: Adagio for Strings.
        Marriner/ASMF. A-(c/c)........................................................................................................ 10.00
1075.*COMMAND CC-11002: BRAHMS - Symphony #2. Steinberg/Pittsburgh. [35 mm film
        recording; Light; Fine; Piros] A-(c/c) ...................................................................................... 10.00
1076.*COMMAND CC-11004: TCHAIKOVSKY - Capriccio Italien. Dervaux/Colonne Orch.
        RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Capriccio Espagnole. Vandernoot/PCO. [Bob Fine,
        recording chief] A--(c/c) ............................................................................................................ 9.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Labels - continued
1077.*COMMAND CC-11005: RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2; La Valse; Alborada del
        Gracioso. Dervaux/L'Orchestre des Concerts Colonne. [Light; Fine; 35mm film
        recording] A--(c/c) ..................................................................................................................... 9.00
1078.*COMMAND CC-11007: RAVEL - Rapsodie Espagnole; Bolero. Dervaux/L'Orchestre
        des Concerts Colonne. [Fine, engineer; 35mm film recording] A- ....................................... 10.00
1079.*COMMAND CC-11015: BRAHMS - Symphony #3; Tragic Overture.
        Steinberg/Pittsburgh. [35mm film; Light; Fine; Piros] A--(c/c) ............................................. 9.00
1080.*COMMAND CC-11020: WAGNER - Overtures: Rienzi, Meistersinger, Faust, Dutchman;
        Lohengrin Act 3 Prelude. Steinberg/Pittsburgh. [Light; Fine; Piros; 35mm film] A--
        (c/c) ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1081.*COMMAND CC-11021: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #4. Steinberg/Pittsburgh.
        [Light; Fine; Piros; 35mm film recording] A-- .......................................................................... 9.00
1082.*DECCA SET 612/14(3): MASSENET - Escarlmonde. Sutherland; Aragall; Grant;
        Quilco; Tourangeau; Davies; Lloyd; Bonynge/National Phil. [Woolcock; Lock &
        Wade; Kingsway Hall, 1975] A- .............................................................................................. 25.00
1083.*DESMAR DSM-1011: THE STOKOWSKI STRING SOUND: DVORAK - Serenade.
        VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Tallis Fantasia. PURCELL/STOKOWSKI - Dido's Lament.
        Stokowski/RPO. [Hodgson; Boyling; TAS 12:515] A- ......................................................... 18.00
1084.*EMI (AUSTRALIA) OASD-7596: CARL GOLDMARK - Queen of Sheba Ballet Music;
        Scherzo on A; In Italy and Sakuntala Overtures. Lanchbery/Sidney Sym. [Clapham;
        Smith; rec 1976] A-(cover scuffs)............................................................................................ 15.00
1085.*EMI ASD--299: PROKOFIEV - Peter and the Wolf (Flanders, narrator). SAINT-SAENS
        - Carnival of the Animals (Simon & H. Menuhin, pianists. Kurtz/PO. A- .......................... 18.00
1086.*EMI ASD--414: BACH - The Musical Offering. Menuhin/Bath Fest Ch Orch. A-
        (burgundy/gold labels) ............................................................................................................. 18.00
1087.*EMI ASD-2400 (ODEON): MUSIC OF THE FOUR COUNTRIES. EDWARD
        GERMAN - Welsh Rhapsody. HAMISH MacCUNN - The Land of the Mountain &
        Flood. ETHEL SMITH - The Wreckers Overture. HAMILTON HARTY - With the
        Wild Geese. Gibson/Scottish National Orch. A- .................................................................. 18.00
1088.*EMI ASD-2502: ELGAR - Nursery Suite; Grania and Diarmid - Funeral March; Severn
        Suite. Groves/Royal Liverpool Philharmonic. A- to A ........................................................ 12.00
1089.*EMI ASD-3342: BLISS - Cello Concerto (Noras); Miracle of the Gorbals Suite.
        Berglund/Bournemouth Sym. [Mottley; Eltham; quad] A- .................................................. 14.00
1090.*EMI CSD-3656: Psalms of David (16). Willcocks/King's College Cho, Cambridge. A-
        to A ........................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1091.*EMI SAN-244/245(2): ELGAR - The Kingdom. M.Price; Young; Minton; Shirley-Quirk;
        Boult/LPO & Cho. [Bishop; Parker; TAS 98:111L] A-......................................................... 18.00
1092.*EMI SLS--845(3): HANDEL - Messiah. Bowman; Tear; Luxon; Willcocks/ASMF;
        King's College Choir, Cambridge. [Bishop; Boyling] A- to A ............................................ 18.00
1093.*EMI SXLP-30139: WALTON - Film Music: Suites from Henry V & Richard III; Hamlet
        Funeral March; Spitfire Prelude & Fugue. Composer/PO. A- ............................................... 12.00
1094.*EMI SXLP-30153: BLISS - Checkmate Suite (Composer/Sinfonia of London).
        LAMBERT - Valse of the Gemini (Irving/ROHCG). BRITTEN - Matinees Musicales;
        Soirees Musicales (Irving/PO). A-.......................................................................................... 11.00
1095.*FRANKLIN MINT 37/38(2): BRAHMS - Symphony #1 (Karajan/VPO; from RCA
        LDS-2351). HAYDN - Symphonies #95 & #96 (Szell/CO; from Columbia M-30366).
        [One in FM's series of "The 100 Greatest Recordings of All Time." Pressed on red
        vinyl; in deluxe oversized album.] A- to A .............................................................................. 23.00
1096.*FRANKLIN MINT 73/74(2): COPLAND - Appalachian Spring; Four Dance Episodes
        from Rodeo (Bernstein/NYP; Columbia originals). FALLA - The Three-Cornered Hat
        (de Los Angeles; Fruhbeck de Burgos/NPO; from Angel original). [One of FM's
        series of "The 100 Greatest Recordings of All Time." Pressed on red vinyl; in deluxe
        oversized album.] A- to A ........................................................................................................ 18.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Labels - continued
1097.*FRANKLIN MINT 91/92(2): BEETHOVEN - Archduke Trio (Stern; Rose; Istomin;
        Columbia original). BRAHMS - Horn Trio (Aubrey Brain (Dennis' father); Adolf
        Busch; Serkin; mono; EMI original). SCHUMANN - Piano Quintet (Serkin;
        Budapest Quartet; Columbia original). [One of FM's series of "The 100 Greatest
        Recordings of All Time." Pressed on red vinyl; in deluxe oversized album.] A- to A............                                                     23.00
1098.*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
1099.*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
1100.*LYRITA SRCS--32: JOHN IRELAND - Legend for Piano & Orchestra (Parkin); Prelude,
        The Forgotten Rite; Symphonic Rhapsody Mai-Dun; Satyricon Overture. Boult/LPO.
        A-..............................................................................................................................................   12.00
1101.*LYRITA SRCS--56: HOLST - A Somerset Rhapsody; Hammersmith - Prelude &
        Scherzo; Beni Mora - Oriental Suite, Op.29, #1; Scherzo (1933-34). Boult/LPO.
        [scarce] A- ................................................................................................................................       20.00
1102.*MHS 1303: HOLST - Lyric Movement for Viola & Small Orch; Brook Green Suite; Fugal
        Concerto; Nocturne. Imogen Holst/ECO. [from Lyrita SRCS-34; TAS 3:155] A- ...............                                                          12.00
1103.*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- .......................................................................................................                   20.00
1104.*MHS 3426: BRIAN - Symphonies #6 & 16. Fredman/LPO. [from Lyrita original]..................                                                          12.00
1105.*MOBILE FIDELITY MFSL 2-501: ELGAR - Falstaff; The Sanguine Fan Ballet. BACH-
        ELGAR - Fantasia & Fugue in c (trans. Elgar from Bach). Boult/LPO. [Bishop; Parker
        & Eltham; Half-Speed Remastering of EMI ASD-2970; silky Japanese pressing; the
        brief, dynamic Bach, spread out over a whole side, is quite something just to look at!]
        [see TAS 6:184; 65:154L] A- to A ..........................................................................................                        25.00
1106.*OISEAU-LYRE SOL-60003: BACH - Cantatas #53, 54 & 200. Watts; Dart/Philomusica
        of London. [This early disc of the Decca/London affiliate has a blue-backed cover like
        the early CS-6000 series] A- ....................................................................................................                  12.00
1107.*PHILIPS 6780 251(2): RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerti #1 (Kondrashin/Moscow
        Phil), #2 (Dorati/Mpls) & #3 (Dorati/LSO). Janis in all; from celebrated Mercury
        originals. A-(Dutch pressings) .................................................................................................                   23.00
1108.*PHILIPS SGL-5847: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #5. Skrowaczewski/LSO. [from
        Mercury SR-90321 (see TAS 47:146)] A-(British pressing?) .................................................                                         14.00
1109.*SONIC ARTS 9: MOZART - Divertimento, K.136; Symphony #36, movements 1 & 4.
        Cleve/Midsummer Mozart Festival Orch. [direct to disc] A- .............................................                                            14.00
1110.*TOSHIBA LF-95010: SUPER STRINGS - Respighi: Ancient Airs & Dances, Set #3; Four
        Beatles Songs. Sugiyama/Tokyo Strings Ens. [direct-to-disc; fine Japanese pressing]
        A- to A......................................................................................................................................      16.00
1111.*UNICORN UNS-209: RAFF - Symphony #5. Herrmann/LPO. [Barratt; Auger; 1970] A-......                                                                   12.00
1112. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7002: TCHAIKOVSKY - Capriccio Italien. RIMSKY-
        KORSAKOV - Capriccio Espagnole. Scherchen/LSO. [Includes the booklet with
        notes by C.J.McProud, pointing out the audiophile delights second by second!] A-
        (outstanding copy!) ..................................................................................................................             35.00
1113. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7013: WAGNER - Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music;
        Ride of the Valkyries; Magic Fire Music. Rodzinski/PSOL. [No booklet, and fold-
        open jacket is scuffy, but disc is in fine condition for this series] A--.....................................                                     16.00
1114. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7020: KODALY - Galanta & Marosszek Dances.
        Rodzinski/PSOL. [Does not have original zip-open plastic sleeve, nor the booklet.] A-
        to B+ .........................................................................................................................................    14.00
LP's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Labels - continued
1115. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7028: WAGNER - Die Meistersinger: Prelude to Act I;
        Excerpts from Act III; Lohengrin Prelude (Act I). PSOL. A-- ............................................... 18.00
1116. WESTMINSTER W-LAB 7052: ELGAR - Falstaff. Boult/Philharmonic Promenade
        Orch. [later issue with notes on back of jacket] A-- ............................................................... 11.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire
1117.*ADAM: Giselle (complete ballet). Fedotov/Kirov Opera & Ballet Theatre of
        Leningrad Sym. Melodiya C10-24113 001(2). A- ................................................................. 11.00
1118.*ALFVEN: Symphony #3. Grevillius/Stockholm Phil. Swedish Society Discofil SLT-
        33161. A-.................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1119.*ANTHEIL: (George; 1900-1959): Symphony #5. PETER MAXWELL DAVIES: St.
        Thomas Wake. Dufallo/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-770. FS .......................................... 12.00
1120.*ANTILL: (John): Corroboree Suite (Composer/Sydney Symphony). GRAINGER: Green
        Bushes (Hopkins/Melbourne Sym). MICHAEL HURST: Traditional Overture;
        Swagman's Holiday. TRAD, ARR.KENNY: Waltzing Matilda. [Last three with
        Thomas/South Australian Sym (and Cho in Matilda] EMI OASD-7554. A- ...................... 50.00
1121.*ARNE: Symphony #1 - #4. Shepherd/Cantilena. MHS 7309. A- ................................................ 8.00
1122.*ATTERBERG: Suite #3 for Violin, Viola & Strings. GUNNAR de FRUMERIE: Pastoral
        Suite for Flute, Harp & Strings. DAG WIREN: Sinfonietta. Westerberg/Swedish
        Radio Orch. Swedish Society Discofil SLT-33167. A- ......................................................... 12.00
1123.*AVSHALOMOV: (Aaron; 1894-1965): Piano Concerto on Chinese Themes & Rhythms
        (Moore, piano); Peiping Hutungs - Symphonic Poem (Jacob Avshalomov/Portland
        Junior Sym). JACOB AVSHALOMOV (b.1919) "How Long, O Lord" - Cantata
        (Wilson, baritone; Holman/Portland Symphonic Choir). CRI SD-210. A- ........................ 12.00
1124.*BACH: Orchestral Suites #1 & #3. Pinnock/English Concert. [orig instruments] Archiv
        2533 411. FS ............................................................................................................................ 10.00
1125. BADINGS: The Louisville Symphony. BEN WEBER - Prelude & Passacaglia.
        SOWERBY - All on a Summer's Day. Whitney/Louisville Orch. Louisville LOU-566.
        A-.............................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1126.*BALAKIREV: Symphony #2. GLAZOUNOV: Cortege Solonelle.
        Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch. Col-Melodiya M-35155. A- ..................................... 9.00
1127. BALASANYAN: (Sergey; b.1902): Seven Armenian Songs for Symphony Orchestra
        (Gauk/Moscow Radio Orch); Leili & Mejnun Ballet Suite (Stasevich/Moscow
        Radio). [no notes - as issued] MK 1578. A-- .......................................................................... 12.00
1128.*BAMERT: (Matthias; b.1942): Mantrajana (Composer/Louisville Orch). GORDON
        CROSSE (b.1937): Some Marches on a Ground (Mester/Louisville Orch). PHILLIP
        RHODES (b.1940): Museum Pieces (Livingston, clarinet; Louisville String Quartet).
        Louisville LS-741. A- .............................................................................................................. 12.00
1129.*BARBER: Piano Concerto (Browning). WILLIAM SCHUMAN: A Song of Orpheus
        (Rose, cello). Szell/CO. Col MS-6638. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) .......................................... 12.00
1130. BARLOW: Mon Ami Pierrot & Circus Overtures; Ballo Sardo - Cortege.
        Cornman/Lamoureux Orch. CLAFLIN: Piano Concerto. Magnusson;
        Strickland/Iceland Sym. CRI 178. A-- .................................................................................. 12.00
1131. BARTOK-SERLY: Mikrokosmos Suite (Serly/New Sym of London). BARTOK: Two
        Portraits (Pougnet, violin; Autori/New Sym of London). [recorded in Kingsway Hall,
        1950] Bartok BR-303. A- ......................................................................................................... 12.00
1132.*BEETHOVEN (arr. Brott): Young Prometheus. Brott/CBC Fest Orch. [Orchestral
        arrangements of some obscure early pieces] Radio Canada CC-15,038. FS ........................... 12.00
1133.*BENNETT: (William Sterndale; 1816-75): Piano Concerto #4 (Binns); Symphony in g.
        Hilary Davan Wetton/Milton Keynes Chamber Orch. [dig; DMM] Music Series
        MKM-861. A- .......................................................................................................................... 12.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1134.*BERG: Three Pieces, Op.6. SCHOENBERG: Begleitungsmusik. WEBERN: Six Pieces,
        Op.6. Craft/Col Sym. Col MS-6216. A-("2-eyes" labels) ...................................................... 12.00
1135. BERGER: (Arthur): Polyphony for Orchestra. MEYER KUPFERBERG: Symphony #4.
        Whitney/Louisville Orch. [blank jacket; includes notes] Louisville LOU-584. A- .............. 12.00
1136.*BLACHER: Orchestral Fantasy (1956). PANUFNIK: Rhapsody for Orchestra.
        Whitney/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-671. A- .................................................................. 12.00
1137.*BLISS: Concerto for Piano (Fowke); March of Homage; Welcome the Queen.
        Atherton/Royal Liverpool Philharmonic. [dig] Unicorn Kanchana DKP-9006. A-.............. 9.00
1138.*BOLCOM: (William: b.1938): Frescoes. Mather, piano & harmonium; LePage, piano &
        harpsichord. Nonesuch H-71297. FS ....................................................................................... 10.00
1139.*BORODIN: Symphony #1. RACHMANINOFF: The Rock. Rozhdestvensky/Moscow
        Radio Orch. Mel-Angel SR-40182. A- ..................................................................................... 7.00
1140.*BORTZ: (Daniel; b.1943): In Memoria Di. GUNNAR DE FRUMERIE (b.1908):
        Symphonic Variations. LARS ERIK LARSSON (b.1908): Divertimento.
        Kojian/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-773. A- ..................................................................... 12.00
1141.*BOYCE: The Eight Symphonies. Thomas/Bournemouth Sinfonietta. MHS 4730. A- .............. 8.00
1142.*BRITTEN: Occasional Overture; American Overture; Suite on English Folk Tunes;
        Sinfonia da Requiem. Rattle/City of Birmingham Sym. [dig; DMM] EMI DFO-
        38236. A- to A(c/c) .................................................................................................................. 11.00
1143.*BRUCH: Violin Concerto #3; Adagio Appassionato (Op.57) & Romance (Op.42) for
        Violin & Orch. Accardo; Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch. Philips 9500 589. A- to
        A ............................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1144.*BUSH: (Alan; 1900-96): Variations, Nocturne & Finale on Old English Sea-Song (Wilde,
        pf; Snashall/RPO). DELIUS: Double Concerto (Cohen, vln; Warburg, vc; Del
        Mar/RPO). Pye GSGC-14073. A- .......................................................................................... 10.00
1145.*BUSONI: Konzertstick for Piano (Glazer); Divertimento for Flute (Klemeyer);
        Concertino for Clarinet (Triebskorn); Rondo Arlecchinesco for Orch witn Tenor
        (Moser). Bunte/Berlin Sym (in all). Candide CE-31003. A-(s/s) ............................................ 9.00
1146.*BUSSOTTI: (Sylvano; b.1931): Bergkristall; Lorenzaccio-Symphonie. Sinopoli/NDR,
        Hamburg. DGG 2531 011. A- to A ........................................................................................ 12.00
1147.*CHADWICK: (George Whitfield; 1854-1931): Euterpe - Concert Overture for Orchestra.
        FREDERICK SHEPHERD CONVERSE (1871-1940): Endymion's Narrative -
        Romance for Orchestra; Flivver Ten Million - A Joyous Epic. Mester/Louisville Orch.
        Louisville LS-753. A- .............................................................................................................. 12.00
1148.*CHIHARA: Soundtrack to film "Prince of the City." Delerue/Orch. Varese Sarabande
        STV-81137. A- ......................................................................................................................... 12.00
1149.*CORDERO: (Roque): Symphony #2. LEONARDO BALADA: Homage a Sarasate.
        HENRY BRANT: On the Nature of Things. Mester/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-
        765. A-...................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1150.*CORIGLIANO: Concerto for Clarinet (Drucker). BARBER: Essay #3. Mehta/NYP.
        New World 309. A- .................................................................................................................. 12.00
1151.*CORIGLIANO: Concerto for Oboe (Lucarelli; Akiyama/American Sym); Poem in
        October (White, tenor; Peress/Ch Ens). RCA ARL1-2534. A-(demo copy) ......................... 12.00
1152. COWELL: Thesis (Symphony #15). RODOLFO HALFFTER: Ballet Suite, "La
        Madrugada del Panadero." Whitney/Louisville Orch. [blank jacket; includes notes]
        Louisville LOU-622. A- ........................................................................................................... 12.00
1153. CRESTON: Symphony #2 & #3. Mitchell/National Symphony. Westminster XWN-
        18456. A--(light rub causes little or no noise) ......................................................................... 16.00
1154.*CRUMB: Night Music I (Toth, soprano; Composer/Ens). ROBERT ERICKSON
        (b.1917): Chamber Concerto (Shapey/Hartt Chamber Players). CRI USD-218. A- ........... 12.00
1155.*DA MOTA: (Viana; 1868-1948): Symphony in A, Op.13 ("A Patria").
        Pereira/Portuguese Radio Orch. Imavox IM-40001. A- ...................................................... 16.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1156. DE CROES: (Henri Jacques; 1705-86): Concerto a Quatre for Strings. JEAN DECADT
         (b.1914): Ballade on a Tree (Serverius, soprano). [Maes/Belgian Ch Orch in both]
         GABRIEL VERSCHRAEGEN (b.1919): Concerto for Organ, Orchestra & Percussion
         (Composer, organ). Alpha DB-91. A-..................................................................................... 24.00
1157.*DELLO JOIO: Homage to Haydn (Slatkin/Louisville Orch). DAN WELCHER: Concerto
         for Flute & Orchestra (Fuge; Mester/Louisville Orch). Louisville LS-742. A-.................... 12.00
1158.*DOHNANYI: Piano Concerto #1. Vazsonyi; Pritchard/NPO. [1st recording] Virtuoso
         TPLS-13052. FS ....................................................................................................................... 11.00
1159.*ENESCO: Orchestral Suites #1 & #2. Foster/Monte Carlo Philharmonic. [dig] Erato
         NUM-75118. A- to A ................................................................................................................. 9.00
1160.*ENESCO: Suite Chatelaine; Voix de la Nature. Remus Georgescu/Banatul Phiharmonic
         in Timisoara. Electrecord STECE-02240. A-......................................................................... 15.00
1161.*ERB: Prismatic Variations. CHRISTOPHER ROUSE: The Infernal Machine; Ogoun
         Badagris. JOAN TOWER: Sequoia. Slatkin/St.Louis Sym (Ogoun conducted by Peter
         Susskind). [dig] Nonesuch 9-79118-1. A- to A(c/c) ............................................................... 12.00
1162.*FOERSTER: Symphony #4 ("Easter"). Smetacek/Prague Symphony. Supraphon 1 10
         0617. A-(c/c) .............................................................................................................................. 9.00
1163.*GINASTERA: "Ollantay." REVUELTAS: Redes. Mester/Louisville Orch. Louisville
         LS-696. A-................................................................................................................................ 12.00
1164.*GLAZOUNOV: Symphony #3. Khaikin/USSR Radio. Melodiya 33C-0977-78. A- ................. 11.00
1165.*GLAZOUNOV: Symphony #4. Rozhdestvensky/USSR Ministry of Culture.
         Melodiya A10-00113006. A- ................................................................................................... 11.00
1166.*GOOSSENS: (Sir Eugene): Divertissement (Chiarelli/National Phil); Six Songs (Meriel;
         Dickinson, ms; Peter Dickinson, pf); Islamite Dance, Old Chinese Folk Song, Two
         Songs (Leon Goossens, oboe; Lloyd, piano); Oboe Concerto (Leon Goossens;
         Susskind/PO). [the concerto is a mono EMI recording] Unicorn UN1-75005. A-(c/c) ......... 12.00
1167.*GOOSSENS: (Sir Eugene; 1893-1962): Symphony #1. Measham/Adelaide Sym.
         Kanchana KP-8000. A- ............................................................................................................ 18.00
1168.*GRECHANINOV: Suite for Cello & Orchestra. KHACHATURIAN: Cello Concerto.
         Thomas; Symeonides/Bamberg Sym. Schwann VMS-2114. A- to A .................................. 15.00
1169.*GRETCHANINOV: Symphony #4. GLINKA: Pamyat Druzhbui. Zhuraitis/Orch.
         [Russian-only notes] Melodiya 33C10-09269-70. A-.............................................................. 14.00
1170.*HANDEL: Concerti Grossi, Op.6 (complete). Harnoncourt/Vienna Concentus Musicus.
         [dig] MHS 932021(3). A- ........................................................................................................ 12.00
1171.*HARBISON: Ulysseys' Bow (Previn/Pittsburgh Sym); Samuel Chapter (Larsen,
         soprano; Composer/Collage). [dig] Nonesuch 9 79129-1. FS ............................................... 12.00
1172.*HAYDN: Symphony # 94 & #103. Leppard/LPO. MHS 4599. A- .............................................. 8.00
1173.*HAYDN: Symphony #101 - #104. Leppard/Scottish Ch Orch. [dig; DMM] MHS
         827372(2). A- to A ................................................................................................................... 12.00
1174.*HETU: (Jacques; b.1938): Piano Concerto (Vallecillo, piano). DEREK HEALEY
         (b.1936): Arctic Images. Hetu/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-769. FS................................ 12.00
1175.*HIVELY: (Wells; 1902-69): Summer Holiday (Rive Gauche). PAUL CRESTON: Dance
         Overture. HERBERT HAUFRECHET (b.1909): Square Set. PEDRO SANJUAN
         (b.1886): La Macumba (Ritual Symphony). Alfredo Antonini/misc orchs. CRI SD-
         111. A-...................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1176.*HOLMBOE: (Vagn; 1909-96): Symphony #8, ("Sinfonia Boreale.") PER NORGAARD:
         Constellations. Semkow/Royal Danish Orch. Turn TVS-34168. A- .................................... 11.00
1177. HONEGGER: Concertino for Piano & Orchestra. Levant; Reiner/Col Sym. DEBUSSY:
         Prelude to Afternoon of a Faun. DUKAS: Sorcerer's Apprentice. Ormandy/Phila. [10-
         inch] Col ML-2156. B(Faun is C) ............................................................................................ 11.00
1178. HONEGGER: Suite Archaique. ALEXANDER TCHEREPNIN: Piano Concerto #2
         (Composer, piano). Whitney/Louisville Sym. Louisville LOU-615. A-............................... 12.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1179.*HOVHANESS: Avak, the Healer (Farris, soprano; Rapier, trumpet). WIDDOES:
         Morning Music. SCULTHORPE: Sun Music III. Mester/Louisville Orch. Louisville
         LS-735. A-................................................................................................................................ 12.00
1180. HOVHANESS: Concerto #7 for Orchestra. CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO: Overture to
         Much Ado about Nothing. SURINACH: Sinfonietta Flamenca. Whitney/Louisville
         Orch. [blank jacket; includes notes] Louisville LOU-5454. A- .............................................. 12.00
1181.*HOVHANESS: St. Vartan Symphony. Composer/National Philharmonic. Unicorn
         RHS-317. A- ............................................................................................................................ 12.00
1182.*HOVHANESS: Symphony #19 ("Vishnu"). Composer/Sevan Philharmonic. Poseidon
         Soc 1012. A-............................................................................................................................. 11.00
1183.*IBERT: Diane de Poitiers (Suite #1) (Albin/Strasbourg Radio Orch). HENRI
         BARRAUD: Une Saison en Enfer (Girard/ORTF). Inedits 995 017. A- .............................. 15.00
1184.*JANACEK: Sinfonietta. PROKOFIEV: Symphonic Suite of Waltzes.
         Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio. Mel-Angel SR-40075. FS................................................. 12.00
1185.*JONGEN: (Joseph): Fantaisie aus Deux Noels Populaires Wallons (Defossez/Belgian
         National Orch); Third Suite for Orchestra (P.Strauss/Liege Sym). Musica Magna
         MAG-60 005. A-(small cover stain) ........................................................................................ 15.00
1186. JONGEN: (Joseph; 1872-1953): Preludes & Toccata for Piano (de Clercq). VICTOR
         LEGLEY (b.1915): Sonata for Clarinet & Piano. RAYMOND CHEVREUILLE
         (b.1901): Recitative & Gay Melody for Clarinet & Piano. Ancion, clar; Jooris-Lechat,
         pf. Alpha DB-88. A-................................................................................................................. 24.00
1187. JONGEN: (Joseph; 1872-1953): Saxophone Quartet. MARCEL POOT: Concertino.
         [Belgian Saxophone Quartet in both] Short Piano Works by RAYMOND
         BAERVOETS, PIERRE FROIDEBISE, PHILIPPE BOESMANS & CAMILLE
         SCHMIT (Robert Leuridan, piano). Alpha DB-90. A- ......................................................... 24.00
1188.*KAGEL: (Mauricio): Musik fur Renaissance-Instrumente (Composer/Collegium
         Instrumentalis); Musik fur 3 Spieler (Caskel, percussion; Palm & Storck, celli).
         [tulip labels] DGG 137 006. A- to A(demo) ............................................................................ 15.00
1189. KARAYEV: (1918-82): Seven Beauties Ballet. Grikurov/Leningrad Maly Theatre
         Orch. West XWN-18145. A-................................................................................................... 20.00
1190. KARAYEV: (Kara): Symphony #3. Barshai/Moscow Ch Orch. [10-inch] Melodiya
         17533-34. A-- ........................................................................................................................... 11.00
1191.*KARLOWICZ: Stanislaw & Anna Oswiecie; An Episode During a Masquerade.
         Wislocki/Warsaw Philharmonic. Muza SXL-0269. A- ........................................................ 12.00
1192.*KELEMEN: (Milko): Compose for 2 Pianos & Orch (Kontarskys; Bour/Orch; Floreal
         (Slothouwer/German Radio); Changeant for Cello & Orch (Palm;
         Dohnanyi/German Radio); Hommage a Schutz (Cianella, soprano); Surprise
         (Kelemen/Berlin Radio). Philips 6500 314. A- to A.............................................................. 11.00
1193.*KHACHATURIAN: Spartacus. Zhuraitis/Bolshoi Theatre Orch. [First recording of
         complete ballet; notes in Cyrillic only] Melodiya 33C10-06299-306(4). A- .......................... 24.00
1194.*KHACHATURIAN: Symphony #1. Berladini/Palermo Sym. [presumably, as with most
         Aries discs, these artist names are psesudonyms; the bio of the conductor is quite
         dramatic!] Aires LP-1608. A- .................................................................................................. 11.00
1196. KUBIK: (Gail): Symphony #2. ROGER GOEB: Concertino for Orchestra.
         Whitney/Louisville Sym. Louisville LOU-585. A- ................................................................ 12.00
1197.*LAZAROF: (Henri): Sinfonietta; Chamber Symphony. Schwarz/Los Angeles Chamber
         Sym. [dig] Laurel LR-133. A- ................................................................................................. 12.00
1198.*LEIFS: (Jon; 1899-1968): Saga Symphony. Jalas/Iceland Sym. Iceland Music-ITM-2. A- ...... 11.00
1199. LETELIER: (Alfonso): Aculeo, Suite for Orchestra. COPLAND: Orchestral Variations.
         Whitney/Louisville Orch. Louisville LOU-591. A- .............................................................. 11.00
1200.*LISZT: Tasso; Hungaria. Ferencsik/Hungarian State Orch. Hungaroton SLPX-11684.
         A-................................................................................................................................................ 9.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1201. LYSENKO: (Mykola; 1842-1912): Elegie, Rhapsodie #2, Capriccio Elegiaque, Fantasia, 3
         more pieces (all for violin & piano). Toccata, Trois Esquisse, 2 more pieces. Francois
         d'Albert, violin; Catherine Saurer Smith, piano. IKAR OAM-0013. FS ............................ 15.00
1202.*MACDOWELL: Piano Sonata #4 ("Keltic"); First Modern Suite (1881). Fierro.
         Nonesuch N-71399. A- ............................................................................................................ 10.00
1203.*MAHLER: Symphony # 1. Kletzki/VPO. [with infamous cut in finale!] Electrola 1C037-
         03 257. A- to A......................................................................................................................... 11.00
1204.*MAHLER: Symphony # 3. Ludwig; Neumann/CPO & Cho; Boys Cho. [dig] ProArte
         2PAD-206(2). A-...................................................................................................................... 12.00
1205.*MAHLER: Symphony # 4. Marshall; Gibson/Scottish National Orchestra. [dig] MHS
         4515. A-...................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1206.*MAHLER: Symphony # 5 & #10 (Adagio only). Kondrashin (#5); Svetlanov
         (#10)/Moscow Radio Orch. MHS 3991/2(2). A- ................................................................... 12.00
1207.+MAHLER: Symphony # 5 (Walter/NYP); Kindertotenlieder (Ferrier; Walter/VPO).
         Odyssey 32 26 0016(2). A- ...................................................................................................... 16.00
1208.*MAHLER: Symphony # 5; Five Ruckert Lieder (Schwarz). Abbado/CSO. DGG 2707
         128(2). A- to A ......................................................................................................................... 16.00
1209.*MAHLER: Symphony # 9. Neumann/CPO. [dig] ProArte 2PAD-207(2). A-............................ 12.00
1210.*MAHLER: Das Klagende Lied. Hodgson; Dose; Tear; Rae; Rattle/City of Birmingham
         Sym & Cho. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38159. A- to A ............................................................. 10.00
1211.*MARAIS: La Sonnerie de Sainte Genevieve du Mont de Paris. Plus "other baroque
         treasures" by Telemann(3), Pachelbel, Vivaldi(2), Bach(2) & Couperin. Redel/Munich
         Pro Arte. Peters PLE-044. FS ................................................................................................... 9.00
1212.*MARTINU: Concertino for Piano Trio & Strings (Suk; Chuchro; Panenka;
         Neumann/CPO); Sinfonietta Giocosa for Piano & Small Orch (Panenka;
         Kosler/CPO). [quad] Supraphon 4 10 2198. A- ..................................................................... 11.00
1213.*MARTINU: Concerto for Two Pianos (Lejskova; Lejsek; Waldhans/Brno State
         Philharmonic); Piano Concerto #5 ("Fantasia Concertante;" Bilek; Rohan/Prague
         Sym). ProArte PAL-1034. A- .................................................................................................... 9.00
1214.*MARTUCCI: Piano Music: Sonata, Op.34; Prelude, Toccata & Gigue; Theme and
         Variations. Giorgio Cozzolino. [dig] Frequenz 1 DAL. A- to A ............................................ 12.00
1215.*MAYUZUMI: Nirvana Symphony (Toyama cond); Mandala Symphony (Yamada cond).
         NHK Sym; Japan Chorus Union (in both). Philips 9500 762. FS ........................................ 15.00
1216.*MESSAGER: Isoline (ballet suite); Les Deux Pigeons (ballet). HAHN: Le Bal de Beatrice
         d'Este. Jacquillat/Paris Orch. [French-only notes] Pathe C 053-10017. A- ......................... 14.00
1217. MESSIAEN: Visions de l'Amen. Composer; Loriod, pianos. Dial 8. C(disappointing, but
         very scarce; stopgap?) ................................................................................................................ 8.00
1218.*MIGNONE: (Francisco; 1897-1986): Valsas Brasileiras (25; complete?). Maria
         Josephina, piano. [notes in Portuguese only] Apoio Cultural BNDES 992 544(2). A- ......... 16.00
1219.*MILHAUD: Le Carnaval de Londres. V.RIETI: Barabau - Suite from the Ballet.
         Fedotov/Leningrad Philharmonic Chamber Orch. Melodiya C-01473-74. A- ................. 12.00
1220. MILHAUD: Saudades do Brasil; Suite Provencale. Composer/Concert Arts Orch.
         Capitol P-8358. A-(occ lgt tks) ................................................................................................ 12.00
1221. MILHAUD: Suite Francaise (Composer/NYP). IBERT: Escales (Rodzinski/NYP). [10-
         in] Col ML-2093. B.................................................................................................................. 10.00
1222.*MONIUSZKO: Orchestral Works - Overtures: Fairy Tale, Halka, The Raftsman; Concert
         Polonaise; Mazurs from Halka & Haunted Manor. Rowicki/Warsaw Phil. Muza
         STXL-0229. A- ........................................................................................................................ 16.00
1223. MOROSS: (Jerome): Symphony #1. BERNARD HERMANN: Welles Raises Kane. Artists
         not indicated; these are both from radio broadcasts, November 19, 1944 and July 3,
         1949, respectively. Premiere PR-1202. A--(rather noisy original sources) ............................. 12.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1224.*MOSZKOWSKI: Concerto for Violin (Treger). ERNEST GUIRAUD (1937-1892) The
         Fantastic Hunt. Mester/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-743. A- ........................................... 12.00
1225. MOULAERT: (Raymond; 1875-1962): Andante, Fugue & Finale for Four Saxophones.
         MAURICE SCHOEMAKER (b.1890): Suite Champetre for String Trio. GERARD
         BERTOUILLE (b.1898): Prelude & Fugue for Four Saxophones. MARCEL QUINET
         (b.1915): Wind Quintet. Misc Belgian Ensembles. Alpha DB-42. A-(bad tear though
         English notes on back cover) ................................................................................................... 15.00
1226.*NEIKRUG: (Marc; b.1946): Through Roses (music drama for actor & eight solo
         instruments). Quadflieg, speaker; Zukerman, violin; Composer, piano;
         Eschenbach/Ens. [dig] DGG 415 983-1. A- to A ................................................................... 14.00
1227.*NONO: Sofferte onde Serene (for piano & tape; Pollini, piano); A Floresta a Jovern e
         Cheja de Vida (for soprano, voices, clarinet, copper plates & tape; Canino/Ens). DGG
         2531 004. A- to A..................................................................................................................... 14.00
1228.*OSTRCIL: (Otakar; 1879-1935): Calvary (Variations for Large Orchestra); The Orphan's
         Tale (Marova, mezzo). Neumann/CPO. Supraphon 1110 2548. A- ....................................... 8.00
1229.*PART: Cantus (Davies/Stuttgart State Orch); Fratres (Kremer; Jarrett); Tabula Rasa
         (Kremer; Grindenko; Schnittke; Sondeckis/Lithuanian Ch Orch); Fratres (12
         Cellists of BPO). ECM 25011-1. A-(superficial mark sd 2 does not sound) .......................... 14.00
1230.*PENDERECKI: Cello Concerto (Palm); Kanon; Fonogrammi; De Natura Sonoris #2.
         Composer/Polish Radio Orch. Angel S-36949. FS ............................................................... 16.00
1231.*PENN: (William; b.1943): Ultra Mensuram for Three Brass Quintets
         (Bjerregaard/Western Michigan Univ Wind Ens). WALTER ROSS (b.1936):
         Trombone Concerto (Brevig; Andersen/Bergen Sym); Prelude, Fugue & Big Apple
         (Brevig, trombone; magnetic tape). JOSEPH SCHWANTNER (b.1943): Modus
         Caelestis (Pittman/New England Conservatory Repertory Orch). CRI SD-340. A-......... 12.00
1232.*PINKHAM: (Daniel; b.1923): Signs of the Zodiac. ROBERT ROHE (b.1916):
         Mainescape. Whitney/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-673. A- ............................................. 12.00
1233.*PISTON: Symphony #1. HARRIS: When Johnny Comes Marching Home - An American
         Overture. JOHN WEINZWEIG (b.1913): Symphonic Ode. Mester/Louisville Orch.
         Louisville LS-766. A- .............................................................................................................. 12.00
1234.*PISTON: The Incredible Flutist (complete ballet). DUDLEY BUCK (1839-1909): Festival
         Overture on the Star-Spangled Banner. Mester/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-755. A- ..... 12.00
1235.*POOT: (Marcel): Piano Concerto (Anschutz; Sternefeld/Belgian National Orch).
         LODEWIJK MORTELMANS (1886-1952): Mythe du Printemps (Gras/Antwerp
         Philharmonic). Brussels Ministry of Culture Cultura 5069-1. A- .......................................... 45.00
1236.*POULENC: Les Biches. SAUGUET: La Chatte. Markevitch/Monte Carlo Opera
         Orchestra. Varese Sarabande VC-81096. A- ......................................................................... 12.00
1237.*PROKOFIEV: Cinderella (complete ballet). Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch. Mel-
         Angel SRB-4102(2). A- ............................................................................................................. 9.00
1238.*PROKOFIEV: Symphony #4. Ormandy/Phila. [first stereo recording(?)] Col MS-6154.
         A-(early "2-eyes" labels) .......................................................................................................... 16.00
1239.*RACHMANINOFF: Symphony #1 - #3; The Rock, Op.6; Isle of the Dead. de
         Waart/Rotterdamn Philharmonic. Philips 6768 148(4). A- to A ........................................ 16.00
1240. RAWSTHORNE: Piano Concerto #2. Curzon; Sargent/LSO. [10-inch] London LPS-513.
         B ............................................................................................................................................... 14.00
1241. REESEN: (Emil): Himmerland (A Danish Rhapsody) (Composer/Danish Radio Orch).
         GRIEG: Lyric Suite (Tuxen/Danish Radio Orch). [10-inch] London LS-849. B+ ................ 8.00
1242.*REGER: A Comedy Overture. NAPRAVNIK: Festive March. BIZET (orch.
         Weingartner): Chromatic Variations. MOSZKOWSKI: Suite #3. Mester/Louisville
         Orch. Louisville LS-734. A- ................................................................................................... 14.00
1243.*REGER: Seven Fantasy Pieces; Seven Character Pieces. Laugs, piano. MHS 3098. A- ............ 10.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1244.*REGER: Ten Pieces, Op.44; Six Preludes & Fugues, Op.99. Laugs, piano. MHS 3097. A- ...... 10.00
1245.*RESPIGHI: Belfagor Overture; Pines & Fountains of Rome. Gardelli/LSO. [quad] Angel
        S-37402. A- ................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1246.*RESPIGHI: Concerto in Modo Misolidio for Piano & Orchestra (Fredman/Sydney Sym);
        Three Preludes on Gregorian Themes (piano solo). Hanke, piano. Marco Polo
        6.220176. A- to A..................................................................................................................... 11.00
1247.*REZNICEK: Symphony in D; Violin Concerto in e (Michael Davis). Gordon
        Wright/Philharmonic Hungarica. [dig; DMM] Schwann VMS-2095. A- to A ................... 12.00
1248.*RIETI: (Vittorio; b.1898): Harpsichord Concerto (Marlowe; Baron/Ch Orch); Partita for
        Harpsichord, Flute, Oboe & String Quartet (Marlowe; Ens). CRI SD-312. A- ..................... 12.00
1249. ROREM: Eleven Studies for Eleven Players. WILLIAM SYDEMAN: Orchestral
        Abstractions. Whitney/Louisville Orch. Louisville LOU-644. A- ........................................ 12.00
1250.*ROREM: Piano Concerto in Six Movements (Jerome Lowenthal, piano). PAUL
        TUROK: Lyric Variations for Oboe & Strings (McAninch, oboe). THOMAS
        BRICCETTI: Overture: The Fountain of Youth. Mester/Louisville Orch. Louisville
        LS-733. A-................................................................................................................................ 12.00
1251. ROZYCKI: (Ludomir; 1884-1953): Symphonic Poems - Boleslaw the Bold; Stanczyk
        (Symphonic Scherzo); Anhelli. Satanowski/Poznan Phi. Muza XL-0225. A-- .................... 11.00
1252.*RUBINSTEIN: Symphony #2 ("Ocean"). Kapp/Westphalian Sym. Candide CE-31057.
        A-.............................................................................................................................................. 10.00
1253.*RUSSO: 3 Pieces for Blues Band and Orch. BERNSTEIN: West Side Story Dances.
        Siegel-Schwall Band; Ozawa/San Francisdo Sym. DGG 2530 309. FS ............................. 10.00
1254.*RUSSO: Street Music. GERSHWIN: An American in Paris. Ozawa/SF Sym. [Grand Prix
        du Disque] DGG 2530 788. FS ................................................................................................ 12.00
1255.*SAINT-SAENS: The Five Piano Concerti (Ciccolini; Baudo/Paris Orch); Etude en
        Forme de Valse (Ciccolini, solo); Septet (LaForge, piano; Groupe Instrumental de
        Paris). Seraphim SIC-6081(3). FS........................................................................................... 18.00
1256.*SANKEY: (Stuart; b.1927): Variations for Orchestra. FOX (Frederick; b.1931): Night
        Ceremonies. Endo/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-780. A- .................................................. 12.00
1257.*SATIE: Monotones (complete ballet taken from piano works); Jack in the Box; Trois
        Morceau en Forme de Poire; Deux Preludes. [misc orchestrators]
        Lanchbery/ROHCG. Angel S-37580. A-(c/c) ....................................................................... 12.00
1258.*SCHICKELE: (Peter; b.1935): Pentangle - Five Songs for French Horn & Orchestra
        (Albrecht, horn). JOYCE MEKEEL: Vigil. FRANCIS THORNE: Elegy for Orchestra.
        Mester/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-768. FS .................................................................... 12.00
1259.*SCHOENBERG: Suite, Op.29; Verklaerte Nacht. Boulez/Ensemble InterContemporain.
        [dig] CBS IM-39566. A- to A .................................................................................................. 10.00
1260.*SCHUMAN: (William) Symphony #7. ROREM: Symphony #3. Abravanel/Utah Sym.
        Turn TVS-34447. A- .................................................................................................................. 9.00
1261.*SCHUMAN: (William): Judith (Effron/Eastman Philharmonia); Night Journey
        (Goldberg/Endymion Ens). CRI SD-500. A- ........................................................................ 12.00
1262.*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- ............................................................................................................. 12.00
1263.*SESSIONS: Symphony #7; Divertimento. Peter Leonard/Louisville Orch. Louisville
        LS-776. A-................................................................................................................................ 12.00
1264.*SHCHEDRIN: Not Love Alone (Suite from the Opera [Arkhipova, mezzo, in one song]);
        Mischievous Melodies (Concerto for Orchestra). Kondrashin/Moscow Phil. Mel-
        Angel SR-40011. A-................................................................................................................. 11.00
1265.*SHCHEDRIN: Piano Music - Three Pieces from The Humpbacked Horse; Sonata; Two
        Preludes & Fugues; Two Polyphonic Pieces; four more short works. Composer, piano
        (or as the quaint English on the cover puts it, "Performed by the author"). Melodiya
        C10-18131-32. A- .................................................................................................................... 14.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1266. SHEBALIN: Lenin - Dramatic Symphony, Op.16. Vocal Soloists; Gauk/Moscow Radio
         Orch. [10-inch; Russian-only notes] Melodiya D-15269-70. A- ............................................ 11.00
1267.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 4. Kondrashin/Moscow Philharmonic. Mel-Angel SR-
         40177. A-(c/c) .......................................................................................................................... 12.00
1268.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony #10. Karajan/BPO. [dig] DGG 2532 030. A- to A .................... 9.00
1269.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony #10. Svetlanov/USSR Sym. Mel-Angel SR-40025. A- ............ 10.00
1270. SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony #11. Cluytens/ORTF. [Mono-only issue; inc handsome
         booklet with many photos and a contemporary essay on Shostakovich by Georges
         Auric] [blue labels] Angel 3586(2). A- .................................................................................... 24.00
1271.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony #13. Shirley-Quirk; Kondrashin/BVRS & Male Cho.
         Philips 6514 120. A-(demo copy) .............................................................................................. 9.00
1272.*SIBELIUS: The Seven Symphonies; En Saga; Luonnotar (Soderstrom); Finlandia;
         Tapiola; Karelia Suite. Ashkenazy/PO. [dig] Philips 417 378-1(5). A- to A ......................... 25.00
1273.*SOWANDE: (Fela; b.1905): Music from African Suite. GEORGE WALKER (b.1922):
         Lyric for Strings. WILLIAM GRANT STILL (b.1895): Sahdji. Freeman/LSO. [Black
         Composers Series, Vol.7] Col M-33433. A-(c/c; cover demo timing sticker) .......................... 9.00
1274.*SPISAK: (Michel; 1914-65): Symphonie Concertante #2; Concerto Giocoso.
         Wislocki/Warsaw Phil. Muza SXL-0726. A- ........................................................................ 14.00
1275.*STENHAMMAR: Piano Concerto #1. Mannheimer; Dutoit/Goteborg Sym. [notes in
         Swedish only] Sterling S-1004. A- to A .................................................................................. 12.00
1276.*STERNEFELD: (Daniel): Symphony. Composer/Belgian National Orch. Brussels
         Ministry of Culture Cultura 5067-5. A- ................................................................................... 25.00
1277. STEVENS: (Halsey; 1908-89): Sinfonia Breve. HERBERT ELWELL (b.1898): Suite for
         Violin & Orchestra (Sidney Harth). Whitney/Louisville Orch. [blank jacket; includes
         notes] Louisville LOU-593. A- ................................................................................................ 12.00
1278.*STRAVINSKY: L'Histoire du Soldat Suite; Pulcinella Suite. Composer conducts Col Ch
         Ens & Col Sym. Col MS-7093. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ...................................................... 12.00
1279.*STRAVINSKY: Pulcinella Suite; Petrouchka (1947 version). Composer/Col Sym. [drm]
         CBS MP-39555. A- to A .......................................................................................................... 10.00
1280.*SUBOTNICK: Silver Apples of the Moon for Electronic Music Synthsizer. Nonesuch H-
         71174. FS ................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1281.*SULLIVAN: Merchant of Venice Suite; The Tempest (incidental music); In Memoriam
         Overture. Dunn/City of Birmingham Sym. Klavier KS-521. A- .......................................... 12.00
1282. TCHAIKOVSKY: The Six Symphonies: #1:(Sevitzky/Indianapolis Sym; A-).
         #2:(Goossens/Cincinnati Sym; B+). #3:(Kindler/National Sym; A--).
         #4:(Koussevitzky/BSO; the 1st - 1936 - of their 2 recordings; A-/B+).
         #5:(Stokowski/Phila; A- to B+). #6:(Stokowski/Hollywood Bowl; B+ to B). [Rather
         historic item: the first boxed set to present all six of the numbered Tchaikovsky
         symphonies; scarce - issued early 1955, deleted February 1958; apart from the 6th
         (whose condition is about average for Camdens) and minor box defects (which do not
         affect spine or box cover itself), this is about as fine a copy of this historic set as one is
         likely to find] Camden CFL-100(6). (box spine intact, but top & inside flaps gone).............. 73.00
1283. TCHEREPNIN: (Alexander): Piano Music - Twelve Preludes, Op.83; Expressions, Op.81.
         Robert Howat. Orion ORS-78329. A-(lgt/mod tks off & on in Expressions) ........................ 12.00
1284.*TIPPETT: Symphony #1; Suite for the Birthday of Prince Charles. Davis/LSO. Philips
         9500 107. FS ............................................................................................................................ 12.00
1285.*TURINA: Danzas Gitanas. BENJAMIN LEES: Symphony #3. Mester/Louisville Orch.
         Louisville LS-752. A- .............................................................................................................. 12.00
1286.*VILLA LOBOS: Guia Practico. Szidon, piano. [notes in Portuguese only] Brazilian
         Odeon SC-10115. A- ................................................................................................................ 14.00
1287. VILLA-LOBOS: Childrens' Dolls (Suite #1 from The Baby's Family); The Three Maries;
         Rudepoema. Jacques Abram, piano. EMS 10. A- ................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1288.*VILLA-LOBOS: Danses Africaines. JOHN ADDISON: Concerto for Trumpet, Strings &
         Percussion (Rapier). Mester/Louisville Orch. Louisville LS-695. A- .................................. 12.00
1289. VILLA-LOBOS: Dawn in the Tropical Forest. CRESTON: Invocation & Dance. HALSEY
         STEVENS: Triskelion. Whitney/Louisville Orch. [blank jacket; includes notes]
         Louisville LOU-5451. A- ......................................................................................................... 12.00
1290.*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
1291. VILLA-LOBOS: Piano Music - Ciclo Brasileiro; Saudades das Selves Brasileiras;
         Carnaval das Criancas; Suite Floral; Three Maries. Echaniz, piano. West XWN-18929.
         A-.............................................................................................................................................. 11.00
1292.*WEBER: The Four Piano Sonatas. [Dacosta] MHS 1636/37(2). A- ........................................... 10.00
1293.*WIKLUND: (Adolf; 1879-1950): 1st Piano Concerto (Edgren); Summer Night & Sunrise,
         Symphonic Poem. Panula/Gothenburg Symphony. Caprice CAP-1228. A- ......................... 9.00
1294.*WIKLUND: (Adolf; 1879-1950): 2nd Piano Concerto (Erikson); Three Pieces for String
         Orchestra and Harp; Song to Spring. Westerberg/Swedish Radio Orch. Caprice CAP-
         1165. A- to A.............................................................................................................................. 9.00
1295. WIREN: Symphony #4. Ehrling/Stockholm Radio Orch. LARSSON: Disguised God
         Suite. Soderstrom, sop; Saeden, bar; Westerberg/Stockholm Radio Orch; Vocal
         Ens. West XWN-18528. A-- .................................................................................................... 14.00
1296.*WOLF: Penthesilea (Gerdes/Vienna Sym). PFITZNER: Three Preludes from Palestrina
         (Leitner/BPO). DGG 2543 822. A- to A(back cover writing) ............................................... 10.00
1297. YARDUMIAN: Armenian Suite; Desolate City; Violin Concerto (Brusilow); Psalm #130
         (Zulick, tenor). Ormandy/Phila. [mono only; recorded 1954; scarce disc!] [blue
         labels] Col ML-4991. B to B+ ................................................................................................. 18.00
1298.*YSAYE: (Eugene): Extase: Poem #5 for Violin & Orchestra. JEAN ABSIL: Romanian
         Rhapsody for Violin & Orchestra. VICTOR LEGLEY: Violin Concerto #2. Gertler;
         Huybrechts/Belgian National Orch. Brussels Ministry of Culture Cultura 5069-10.
         A-.............................................................................................................................................. 25.00
LP's: Chamber Music
1299. BARBER: Quartet in b, Op.11. MOISHE VAINBERG: Quartet #7. Borodin Quartet. MK
        1563. B++ ................................................................................................................................. 11.00
1300.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet # 7 - #9. Quartetto Italiano. [International Preview Society issue;
        lovely Italian pressings] Philips 6998 017(3). A- to A ............................................................ 14.00
1301.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet # 7 - #9. Quartetto Italiano. Philips 6747 139(2). A- to A .................. 15.00
1302.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet #12 - #16; Grand Fugue. Yale Quartet. Vanguard VCS-
        10101/4(4). A- .......................................................................................................................... 16.00
1303. BEETHOVEN: Quartet, Op.14, #1 (Piano Sonata #9 arranged by Beethoven for quartet);
        Quartet #9. New Music Quartet. [I think there's a wonderful error here: while Claus
        Adam is credited as the cellist on this recording, the photo on the cover looks as if it
        comes from the brief period when a very young David Soyer was the quartet's cellist...]
        Bartok BRS-909. A-(very nice copy!) ..................................................................................... 16.00
1304.*BEETHOVEN: Trio #6 ("Archduke"). Stern; Rose; Istomin. Col MS-6819. A- ......................... 9.00
1305. BEETHOVEN: Trio #9 in E flat. Oistrakh; Gilels; Rostropovich. BACH: 2-Violin
        Sonata. Igor & David Oistrakh; Yampolsky. MOZART: Sonata #15. David
        Oistrakh; Yampolsky. Monitor MC-2005. A- ....................................................................... 11.00
1306.*BEETHOVEN-SEDLAK: Fidelio (arr.Wind Octet & Bass). Rudel/Amadeus Ens. [dig]
        MHS 7319. A- .......................................................................................................................... 10.00
1307.*BLOCH: Works for Viola & Piano: Suite Hebraique; Suite for Viola & Piano; Meditation
        & Processional; Suite for Solo Viola. Ernst & Lory Wallfisch. MHS 1486. A-................... 10.00
LP's: Chamber Music - continued
1308. BOCCHERINI: String Quintets Op.25, #1 & #3; Largo Cantabile in D; Andante con moto.
        Quintetto Boccherini. Angel 45010. A-(British pressing; thrift edition) ............................... 11.00
1309.*BRAHMS: Clarinet Quintet; Clarinet Trio. BEETHOVEN: Clarinet Trio. WEBER:
        Clarinet Quintet. Benny Goodman; Berkshire Quartet. MHS 827355(2). A-..................... 20.00
1310.*BRAHMS: Liebeslieder Waltzes (Valente, Kleinman, Connor, Singher; Serkin &
        Fleisher). SCHUBERT: Shepherd on the Rock (Valente, soprano; Wright, clarinet;
        Serkin). Col MS-6236. A-("2-eyes;" demo)............................................................................ 12.00
1311.*BRAHMS: Piano Quartet #1. Gilels; Amadeus Quartet Members. DGG 2530 133. FS .......... 12.00
1312.*BRAHMS: Piano Quartet #1. Yedlina; Dubinsky; Shebalin; Berlinsky. Melodiya
        33CM-03729-30. A- ................................................................................................................. 12.00
1313.*BRAHMS: Piano Quartet #2. Yedlina; Dubinsky; Shebalin; Berlinsky. Melodiya
        33CM-03731-32. A- ................................................................................................................. 12.00
1314.*BRAHMS: Piano Quartet #3. Yedlina; Dubinsky; Shebalin; Berlinsky. Melodiya
        33CM-03733-34. A- ................................................................................................................. 12.00
1315. BRAHMS: Piano Quartet Op.25. Berkowitz; Bel Arte Trio (Ruth Posselt; Joseph de
        Pasquale; Samuel Mayes). Boston B-215. A- .......................................................................... 16.00
1316.*BUSONI: Sonatas for Violin & Piano #1 & #2. Gulli; Cavallo. MHS 3355. A- .......................... 9.00
1317.*CHAUSSON: Quartet, Op.35 (incomplete). ROUSSEL: Quartet, Op.45. Via Nova Quar.
        MHS 1351. A- .......................................................................................................................... 10.00
1318.*DEBUSSY: Sonatas for Violin & Piano; Cello & Piano; Flute, Viola & Harp; Syrinx for
        Flute Solo. BSO Chamber Players: Silverstein; Eskin; Dwyer; Fine; Hobson; Tilson
        Thomas, piano. DGG 2530 049. A- to A(demo copy) ............................................................. 12.00
1319.*DEBUSSY & RAVEL: Quartets. Guarneri Quartet. RCA ARL1-0187. A- ............................. 12.00
1320. DVORAK: Piano Quintet, Op.81 (Farnadi); String Quartet, Op.105. Barylli Quartet.
        West W-9025. A- ..................................................................................................................... 14.00
1321.*DVORAK: Piano Quintet, Op.81. Ax; Cleveland Quartet. RCA ARL1-2240. A- ...................... 8.00
1322.*FARWELL: (Arthur; 1872-1952): Piano Quintet in e, Op.103. Erickson; Rosenberger;
        Kissling; Warkentin; James. MHS 3827. A- .......................................................................... 9.00
1323.*FAURE: Piano Quartet, Op.15; (Rubinstein); Quartet, Op.121. Guarneri Quartet. RCA
        ARL1-0761. A- ........................................................................................................................ 10.00
1324.*HAYDN: Piano Trios #27 & #31-#45 (performed on 18th-century instruments). Dreyfus,
        hammerklavier; Melkus, vln; Vogt, cello. MHS 1522/25(4). A- ............................................ 16.00
1325.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op.76, #3; Op.74, #3. Alban Berg Quartet, Vienna. Telefunken
        6.41302. A-............................................................................................................................... 10.00
1326. HAYDN: The Seven Last Words of Christ. Amadeus Quartet. West XWN-18055. A-- ............. 9.00
1327.*KLUSAK: (Jan): Rondo for Piano. KLEMENT SLAVICKY: Trialog for Violin, Clarinet
        & Piano. JIRI JAROCH: Metamorphosy for 12. ZDENEK LUKAS: Concerto for
        Violin, Viola & Orch. Misc Czech Artists. [very little text, all in Czech] Panton 01
        0202. A-.................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1328.*KREUZER: Septet, Op.62. WITT: Septet in F. Consortium Classicum. BASF MPS-25
        20892-3. A- to A ...................................................................................................................... 11.00
1329.*LA MONTAINE: Incantation for Jazz Band (Wright/Eastman Jazz Ens); Birds; A
        Summer's Day; Venice West Blues; Six Dance Preludes (Composer, piano). Fredonia
        FD-3. A- ................................................................................................................................... 15.00
1330.*MARTINU: Piano Quintet (Bernathova); Sextet for Strings. Prague Quartet (with
        Motlik, viola & Vectomov, cello,, in sextet). Artia ALPS-716. A- ........................................ 12.00
1331.*MESSIAEN: Quartet for End of Time. Yordanoff; Tetard; Desurmont; Barenboim.
        DGG 2531093. FS .................................................................................................................... 12.00
1332. MOZART: Divertimento, K.563. Pougnet, vln; Riddle, viola; Pini, cello. West XWN-
        18551. A-.................................................................................................................................. 11.00
1333.*MOZART: String Quintets #3 & #4. Grumiaux Trio plus Gerecz; Lesueur. Philips 6500
        620. A- to A.............................................................................................................................. 12.00
LP's: Chamber Music - continued
1334.*MOZART-TRIEBENSEE: Don Giovanni (arranged for Woodwind Octet & Bass).
        Rudel/Amadeus Ens. [dig; DMM] MHS 7560. A- to A ........................................................ 10.00
1335.*MOZART-WENDT: Marriage of Figaro (arranged for Woodwind Octet & Bass).
        Rudel/Amadeus Ens. [dig; DMM] MHS 7559. A- to A ........................................................ 10.00
1336.*NIELSEN: String Quintet in G (Nielsen Quartet; Mortenson); Prelude & Presto for
        Violin; Prelude & Theme with Variations for Violin (Elbaek). DGG 2531 344. A- to
        A(c/c).......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
      PAGANINI QUARTET: See #964, 971 & 977.
1337. RACHMANINOFF: Trio Elegiaque #2, Op.9. Oistrakh; Oborin; Knushevitsky. Bruno
        BR-14077. B ............................................................................................................................ 11.00
1338.*REGER: Piano Trio in e, Op.102. Karolyi; Zipperling; Hoppstock. MHS 1321. A- ............... 10.00
1339.*REICH: (Steve; b.1936): Music for 18 Musicians. Composer/Instrumental Ens. ECM 1-
        1129. FS(c/c) ............................................................................................................................ 12.00
1340.*REICH: Octet; Music Large Ensemble; Violin Phase (Guibbory). Reich/Ens. ECM 1-
        1168. FS(c/c) ............................................................................................................................ 12.00
1341.*RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Quintet for Piano & Winds. ANTON RUBINSTEIN: Quintet for
        Piano & Winds. Blumental/NPO Wind Ens. Turn TVS-34477. A-(minor cover
        scuffs) ......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1342.*ROUSSEL: Piano Trio. SAINT-SAENS - Piano Trio. Weingarten; N & G Roth. Gemini
        GME-1001. A- ......................................................................................................................... 12.00
1343.*SAINT-SAENS: Carnival of the Animals (original chamber version); Septet for Trumpet,
        Piano & Strings. Beroff; Collard; Andre; Ch Ens. Angel S-37874. FS ............................... 12.00
1344.*SCHUBERT: Octet in F, D.803. Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. MHS 4467.
        A-................................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1345.*SCHUBERT: Piano Quintet in A ("Trout"); Notturno, Op.148. Demus; Collegium
        Aureum Members. BASF 20 20314-1. A- to A ..................................................................... 11.00
1346. SCHUBERT: Quartet #13, #14 & #15. Budapest Quartet. [recorded at Library of
        Congress on Stradavarius instruments, 1953; mono-only] Odyssey Y3-33320(3). A- ........... 16.00
1347. SCHUBERT: Quartet #14. Busch Quartet. [rec 1936] Electrola 1C047-01 374. A-................... 11.00
1348.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Piano Quintet, Op.57. STRAVINSKY: Three Pieces. Edlina, piano;
        Borodin Quartet. Mel-Angel SR-40085. A- .......................................................................... 10.00
1349. SHOSTAKOVICH: Quartets #1 - #10. Beethoven Quartet. [In Melodiya box with no
        precise designation; the five discs are accompanied by a notes booklet, but in Cyrillic
        only; four of the discs are in first-class condition but have rather typical Melodiya
        surfaces; the disc graded "B" has some minor sound off and on from scratches; scarce,
        especially as a set] Melidiya Misc #'s. B++(#1, #7 & #8 are B) .............................................. 50.00
1350. SUK: Quartet #1 (with revised, unpublished finale). SMETANA: Quartet #1. Bohemian
        Quartet. [recorded 1928] Parnassus 1001. A-......................................................................... 15.00
1351. TCHAIKOVSKY: Quartet #1. BORODIN: Quartet #1. Hollywood Quartet. Cap P-8187.
        A-................................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1352.*TELEMANN: Paris Quartets #1, #4 & #6. Quadro Amsterdam (Bruggen, flute;
        Schroder, violin; Bylsma, cello; Leonhardt, harpsichord. Telefunken SAWT-9448-A.
        A-................................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1353.*WEBERN: Quartet, Op.28; Langsamer Satz; Funf Satze; 6 Bagatellen. STRAVINSKY:
        Trois Pieces. ENRIQUE RAXACH: Fases. Gaudeamus Quartet. Col (Dutch) SCXH-
        126. A-...................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1354.*ZEMLINSKY: The Four String Quartets (#2 is analog recording). HANS APOSTEL:
        Quartet #1. LaSalle Quartet. [dig] DGG 2741 016(3). A- to A ............................................. 20.00
LP's: Violinists
1355.*ACCARDO: Bruch Concerti #1 & #2. Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch. Philips 9500
         422. A- to A.............................................................................................................................. 10.00
1356.*BELGIAN VIOLIN SCHOOL, VOL 2: VIEUXTEMPS - Fantasie-Caprice; Romance
         (Jongen); Fantasia-Appassionata (Octors). CHARLES DE BERIOT (1802-70) -
         Concerti #2 (Volkaert) & #6 (Jongen). HENRI-JACQUES DE CROES - Concerto #2
         (Volkaert); Concerto #6 & Adagio from #5 (Octors). GEORGES LONQUE - Estrella
         (Jongen); Concerto, Op.40 (Quatacker). AUGUST DE BOECK - Concerto
         (Quatacker). Doneux/Belgian Radio Chamber Orchestra (in all). [Includes
         extensive booklet of notes including English translation; French pressings] EMI C161-
         96986/989(4). A-(slight box corner damage/neat tape repair) ................................................. 60.00
1357.*BONALDI: Francois Francoeur - Four Sonatas for Violin & Bass Continuo. Lamy, viola
         da gamba; Petit, harpsichord. Societe Francaise du son SXL-20,155. A- .............................. 11.00
1358.*BRODSKY (Vadim): Tchaikovsky - Concerto; Valse-scherzo in C. Wit/Polish Radio.
         MHS 7091. A- ............................................................................................................................ 9.00
1359.*BROWN: Telemann - Five Violin Concerti. Brown/ASMF. [dig] Philips 411 125. A- to A ....... 9.00
1360. BUSCH: Bach - Concerto #2; Concerto in d for Two Violins (Magnes). Busch Chamber
         Players. Col ML-4002. C(scratchy but very listenable; scarce!) ............................................ 11.00
      ELMAN: See #436, 455, 937, 947 & 981.
1361.*FERRAS: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Klopfenstein/Monte Carlo Opera Orch, who
         also play Namouna excerpts. [notes in French & German only] Concert Hall SMS-
         2675. A-.................................................................................................................................... 18.00
1362.*FODOR: Glazounov & Khachaturian Concerti. Mata/LSO. RCA ARL1-2954. A- ................... 14.00
1363.*FODOR: Tchaikovsky Concerto. Saint-Saens - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso.
         Leinsdorf/NPO. RCA ARL1-0781. A- ..................................................................................... 7.00
1364.*FONTANAROSA: Violin/Cello Duos by Kodaly, Martinu & Villa-Lobos. Renaud
         Fontanarosa, cello. Classic 991.091. A- ................................................................................. 11.00
1365. FOURNIER: (Jean): Faure Sonatas in A & e. Ginette Doyen, piano. West W-9072................... 16.00
1366.*FRANCESCATTI: Sibelius Concerto (Bernstein/NYP); Bruch Concerto
         (Schippers/NYP). Col MS-6731. A-(cover scuffy) .................................................................. 8.00
1367. GLENN: Vivaldi Concerti in c, g & E (Goldschmidt/Paris Pro Musica Ch Orch). Side 1:
         Vivaldi - Concerto for Violin in g; Concerto for 2 Violins in c (Ephrekian/Litschauer
         Ch Orch of Vienna; soloists not named). Period SPL-514. A--............................................. 14.00
1368.*GRUENBERG: Kreisler - Concerto in C (Vivaldi-Kreisler); ten more short works.
         Howarth/NPO. [Gruenberg was concertmaster of the LSO and later the RPO] Decca
         PFS-4423. A-............................................................................................................................ 12.00
1369. GRUMIAUX: Beethoven Concerto. Van Beinum/ACO. Epic LC-3420. A- ............................. 16.00
1370.*GRUMIAUX: Mozart Duos, K.423/244. Hoffmeister Duo in G. Pelliccia, viola. Philips
         839 747. A- to A....................................................................................................................... 12.00
1371.*GRUMIAUX: Mozart Concerto #3 & #5. Davis/LSO. Philips 835 112. A- to A ......................... 9.00
1372.*GRUMIAUX: Saint-Saens 3rd & Vieuxtemps 5th Concerti. Rosenthal/Lamoureux
         Orch. Philips PHC-9109. A-(U.S. pressing; c/c) ...................................................................... 9.00
1373.*GULLI: Paganini - Concerto #5 (1st recording) Rosada/Ch Orch); I Palpita; Cantabile in
         D (Cavallo, piano). Decca DL-710081. A-(c/c) ...................................................................... 11.00
1374.*GULLI: Tartini - Concerti in D & F; Concerto Grosso. Abbado/Angelicum Orch. MHS
         3223. A-...................................................................................................................................... 8.00
1375.*HARTH: Faure Sonata, Op.13. YSAYE: Sonata, Op.27, #3. BLOCH: Nigun. CHOPIN-
         MILSTEIN: Nocturne in c#. Loesser, piano (in Faure); Anschutz (in rest). MHS 1531.
         A-.............................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1376. 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
1377. HEIFETZ: Sibelius Concerto (Beecham/LPO). Chausson - Concerto for Violin, Piano &
         String Quartet (Sanroma; Musical Art Quartet). RCA LCT-1113. B to B+ ....................... 14.00
1378. HEIFETZ: Tchaikovsky Concerto (Susskind/PO). Sinding - Suite in a; Ravel - Tzigane
         (Wallenstein/LAPO). [This 1950 Heifetz recording of the Tchaikovsky concerto tends
         to get lost between his 1937 recording with Barbirolli and the 1957 version with
         Reiner] RCA LM-1832. A- ...................................................................................................... 23.00
1379.*KANTOROW: Sonatas of Ravel & Debussy; Ravel - Tzigane. Rouvier, piano. MHS
         3174. A-...................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1380. KAUFMAN: Barber Concerto (Goehr/New Sym Soc). LEO SMIT (piano): Copland Piano
         Concerto (Composer/New Sym Soc). Concert Hall H-1550. B ............................................. 11.00
1381.*KREBBERS: Haydn Concerti #1 & #4. Rieu/Amsterdam Ch Orch. Crossroads 22 16
         0206. A-.................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1382. KULENKAMPFF: Sibelius Concerto. Furtwangler/BPO (who also play En Saga).
         [Concert performances; February 1943] Melodiya M10-45909 004. A-................................. 16.00
1383. MENUHIN: Franck Sonata. Kentner, piano. [10-inch] EMI BLP-1082. A-(superb copy) ......... 30.00
1384.*MENUHIN: Mozart Concerto #1 & #2. Menuhin/Bath Festival Orch. [blue labels]
         Angel S-36231. A- ................................................................................................................... 11.00
1385. MENUHIN: Nielsen Concerto (Woldike/Danish National Orch). Also: Nielsen - Aladdin
         Suite Exc (Felumb/Tivoli Concerto Hall Orch). Danish Odeon 051-37026. A-- ................ 11.00
      MENUHIN: See also #332, 338, 340, 366-7, 372, 377, 387, 398, 401, 408, 545, 947, 962,
                       983, 1028,1085 & 1086.
1386. MILSTEIN: Brahms Concerto. Steinberg/Pittsburgh Sym. Capitol P-8271. A--(occ lgt
         tks) ............................................................................................................................................ 12.00
1387.*MILSTEIN: Music of Old Russia: Works of Rachmaninoff (Vocalise);
         Moussorgsky/Kreisler; Glazounov; Tchaikovsky; Tchaikovsky/Glazounov(2); Rimsky-
         Korsakov/Kreisler. Irving/Orch. [blue labels] Angel S-36002. A-(a little crackle at
         start of side 2) ........................................................................................................................... 20.00
1388. MILSTEIN: Prokofiev - Concerto #1. Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Golschmann/St.
         Louis Sym. Capitol P-8303. A- ............................................................................................... 16.00
1389. MILSTEIN: Prokofiev 1st Concerto. Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Golschmann/St. Louis
         Sym. Cap P-8303. A--/B+........................................................................................................ 12.00
1390. MILSTEIN: Prokofiev Sonata, Op.94. Handel - Sonata #4. Vitali - Chaconne. Balsam,
         piano. Capitol P-8315. A-(lovely copy except few lgt tks sd 2) .............................................. 32.00
      MILSTEIN: See also #436, 947, 994 & 1375.
1391. MORINI: Brahms Concerto. Rodzinski/PSOL. West XWN-18600. B+( pristine; slightly
         prickly pressing) ....................................................................................................................... 16.00
1392.*NAEGELE: Dvorak Sonatina, Op.100; Sonata, Op.57; Romantic Pieces. Krieger, pf.
         MHS 3415. A- .......................................................................................................................... 10.00
1393. ODNOPOSOFF: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole (Goehr/New Sym Soc). Victor Desarzens
         also conducts same orchestra in Rimsky Korsakov's Capriccio Espagnole. Crowell-
         Collier Record Guild RG-113. A- ............................................................................................ 12.00
1394. OISTRAKH: (Igor): Mendelssohn Concerto. Bach Concerto #2. Konwitschny/Leipzig
         Gewandhaus Orch. Heliodor 478 449. A- to A ..................................................................... 11.00
1395.*OLEVSKY: Bruch (#1) & Mendelssohn Concerti. Rudel/VSOO. [scarce!] West WST-
         14080. A-.................................................................................................................................. 45.00
1396. OLEVSKY: Scarlatti - Sonatas #1-#8. Valenti, harpsichord. West W-9046. A- .......................... 11.00
1397.*PERLMAN: Virtuoso Violinist - Showpieces by Bazzini, Sarasate(2), Schumann,
         Paganini, Vivaldi, Novacek, Joplin, Kreisler & Wieniawski. [misc assisting artists]
         Angel SZ-37456. A- ................................................................................................................. 11.00
1398.*PERLMAN & ZUKERMAN: Duets: Leclair Sonata; Wieniawski Etudes-Caprices; Spohr
         Duo. Angel S-37406. A- .......................................................................................................... 11.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
1399.*QUEEN ELIZABETH OF BELGIUM: INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION:
         VIOLIN - 1985. Nai Yuan Hu (Taiwan; 1st Prize): Elgar Concerto; Jean-Marie
         Simonis - Cantilene for Violin & Orchestra. Ik-Hwan Bae (USA; 2nd Prize): Brahms
         Concerto. Henry Raudales (Guatemala; 3rd Prize): Wienawski Concerto #1. All
         accompanied by Georges Octors/Belgian National Orchestra. [Very nice booklet has
         detailed information about all twelve of the prize winners] Phonic S.A. Belgium 1980
         080/2(3). A- to A ...................................................................................................................... 45.00
1400.*RABIN: "In Memoriam" - Works of Saint-Saens (Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso),
         Rimsky, Kreisler(2), Dinicu-Heifetz, Paganini-Kreisler, Sarasate, Massenet.
         Slatkin/Hollywood Bowl. [Originally issued on Capitol as "The Magic Bow"]
         Seraphim S-60199. A- .............................................................................................................. 12.00
1401.*RABIN: "In Memoriam" - Works of Saint-Saens (Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso),
         Rimsky, Kreisler(2), Dinicu-Heifetz, Paganini-Kreisler, Sarasate, Massenet.
         Slatkin/Hollywood Bowl. Sera S-60199. A- .......................................................................... 12.00
1402. RABIN: Tchaikovsky Concerto. Saint-Saens - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso.
         Galliera/PO. [British pressing in regular issue (w/notes) but without dowel spine]
         Angel 35388. B+(occ tks; minor tape repair) .......................................................................... 16.00
1403. RENARDY: Bach - Sonata #1. London LPS-423. B/D(but the jacket is in good shape....) ........... 5.00
1404. RYBAR: Haydn - Concerto for Violin & Harpsichord (Andreae; Swoboda/Con Hall Ch
         Orch). ANDREAE & SACK (harpsichords): Bach Concerto in C for Two Cembalos
         (Dahinden/Winterthur Sym). International Recorded Music Soc IRMS 1081. B-/C+ ........ 10.00
1405. SCHNEIDERHAN: Mendelssohn Concerto. Sherman/Viennese Symphonic Society. [10-
         inch] Remington RLP-149-14. C ............................................................................................... 9.00
1406.*SENOFSKY: Strauss Sonata. Brahms Sonata #2. Vanden Eynden, piano. Queen
         Elizabeth International Music Competition 1980 008. A-(1-inch x 4-inch tear in front
         cover)........................................................................................................................................ 16.00
1407. 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
1408.*SHUMSKY: Kreisler Violin Music, Vol.1: Works "In the Style of"(7); Arrangements of
         Dvorak(6); of Viennese works(6); of Tartini/Corelli(5, plus Concerto in the Style of
         Vivaldi); Original pieces(6). Kaye, piano. MHS 834772W(3). A- ......................................... 25.00
1409.*SHUMSKY: Kreisler Violin Music, Vol.2: Works "In the Style of" (7); Arrangements: of
         Tchaikovsky (4); of Spanish works (4); of Romantic works (3); of Classical works (7);
         Tambourin Chinois; Molly of the Shore. Wolfram, piano. [dig] MHS 824967Y(2). A- ....... 20.00
1410.*SITKOVETSKY: Short pieces by Sarasate(2), Bartok, Ernst, Bazzini, Lipinski,
         Szymanowski & Wieniawski(2). Davidovich and Naum Walter, pianists. Melodiya
         33C10-06835-36. A- ................................................................................................................ 12.00
1411. SUK: Dvorak - Sonata in F; Sonatina in G. Panenka, piano. Supraphon SUA-10023. A- .......... 11.00
1412.*SZERYNG: Bartok - Concerto #2 & Rhapsody #1. Haitink/ACO. Philips 6500 021. A- to
         A ................................................................................................................................................. 7.00
1413.*SZERYNG: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Ravel - Tzigane. Remoortel/Monte Carlo Op
         Orch. Philips 6500 195. A-........................................................................................................ 9.00
1414. 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
1415. SZIGETI: Bartok - Contrasts (Composer, piano; Goodman, clarinet); Rhapsody #1
         (Composer, piano); Portrait #1 (Lambert/PO). [10-inch] Col ML-2213. B to B- ................ 12.00
LP's: Violinists - continued
1416. SZIGETI: Beethoven Sonata #7. Horszowski, piano. [10-inch] Col ML-2097. B ....................... 32.00
1417. SZIGETI: Prokofiev - Sonata for Solo Violin; Five Melodies for Violin & Piano. Ravel -
         Sonata. Hindemith - Sonata #3. Bussotti, piano (in all but Prokofiev solo). Col ML-
         5178. B("6-eyes" labels) .......................................................................................................... 12.00
1418. SZIGETI: Stravinsky - Duo Concertant (Composer, piano); Pastorale for Violin & Wind
         Quartet (Composer/Ens, [inc Mitch Miller!]). BLOCH: Baal Shem (Farkas, piano).
         [10-inch; deleted March 1956] Col ML-2122. B+ to A-(VERY nice copy for a 10-inch
         Columbia!) ............................................................................................................................... 45.00
      SZIGETI: #336, 406, 436 & 455.
1419.*TEMIANKA: Dvorak Sonatina in G; 4 Romantic Pieces; Sonata in F. Robbins, pf. Orion
         ORS-7020. A- .......................................................................................................................... 14.00
1420.*TOTENBERG: Bloch Concerto. Bartok - Rhapsody #1. Golschmann/VSOO. Van VSD-
         2110. A-.................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1421.*WEISS: (Sidney): Walton & Elgar Sonatas. Jeanne Weiss, piano. Unicorn RHS-341. A- ........ 12.00
1422.*WEISS: Strauss Sonata. Haydn - Concerto for Violin, Keyboard & Strings. J.Weiss,
         piano; Blech/London Mozart Players. Unicorn UNS-251. A- .............................................. 11.00
1423.*WILKOMIRSKA: Wieniawski Concerto #2 (Satanowski). KRYSA: Wieniawski
         Concerto #1 (Rowicki). Warsaw Phil in both. Muza SXL-0382. A- ..................................... 11.00
1424.*ZUKERMAN: Bartok Concerto #2. Mehta/LAPO. Col M-35156. A-(demo copy) ..................... 9.00
LP's: Cellists
1425. CASSADO: Dvorak Concerto. Woss/Austrian Sym. Remington RLP-199-38. B- to
         C+(typically pebbly pressing & some scrs) ............................................................................. 10.00
1426. FALLOT: (Monique): Faure - Two Sonatas. Guy Fallot, piano. [in jacket with notes, then
         in box too] London Ducretet - Thomson DTL-93050. A--(some lgt tks) ................................ 32.00
1427. FOURNIER: Beethoven - Complete Sonatas for Cello & Piano. Schnabel, piano.
         [recorded 1947/48] Electrola 1C147-01 382/83(2). A- to A ................................................... 25.00
1428. NAVARRA: Saint-Saens 1st & Lalo Concerti. Young/Paris Opera Orch. Cap P-8318. A- ...... 12.00
1429.*PIATIGORSKY: Brahms Sonatas, Op.38 & Op.99. Rubinstein, pf. RCA ARL1-2085. A-
         (demo copy) ............................................................................................................................. 12.00
      PIATIGORSKY: See also #336, 436, 928, 947, 1014, 1015, 1026 &1034.
1430. 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] Internationl
         TW-91068. A-(very slight spine damage) ............................................................................... 50.00
1431.*SCHIFF: Elgar Concerto. Marriner/Staatskapelle Dresden, who also play Introduction
         & Allegro; Cockaigne Overture. [dig] Philips 6514 316. A- to A ........................................... 11.00
1432.*STARKER: Antal Dorati - Cello Concerto. Mester/Louisville Orch, who also play:
         GYORGY RANKI: Suite from "King Pomade's New Clothes." [obscure Starker!]
         Louisville LS-759..................................................................................................................... 25.00
1433.*TORTELIER: Elgar Concerto. Boult/LPO (who also play Introduction & Allegro for
         Strings; Serenade for Strings). Angel S-37029. A-(c/c) ............................................................ 9.00
LP's: Pianists
1434.*ANDA: Mozart Concert #12 & #26. Anda/Camerata Academica of Salzburg
        Mozarteum. [tulip labels] DGG 139 113. A- to A(minor jacket tape repair) ......................... 12.00
1435.*ARRAU: Beethoven Concerto #3. Galliera/PO. Angel S-35724. A-(very early U.S. red
        labels) ....................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1436.*ARRAU: Liszt - Twelve Transcendental Etudes; Three Etudes de Concert. Philips 6747
        412(2). A- to A ......................................................................................................................... 12.00
1437.*ASHKENAZY: Beethoven Sonata #13, 14 & 16. London CS-7111. A- ....................................... 7.00
1438. 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
1439. BACHAUER: Scriabin - 24 Preludes, Op.11. Brahms Waltzes, Op.39. Cap G-7110. A- to
        B+(Brahms A-)......................................................................................................................... 12.00
1440.*BADURA-SKODA: Schubert Sonatas, Volume 1: Three Posthumous Sonatas, D.958-960.
        RCA VICS-6128(3). A- ........................................................................................................... 16.00
1441.*BADURA-SKODA: Schubert Sonatas, Volume 4: Four Sonatas, D.840, 845, 850 & 894.
        RCA VICS-6131(3). A- ........................................................................................................... 16.00
1442.*BARBIER: Satie - Piano Works (complete??). Five records, each in pristine fold-open
        album, then housed together in a very attractively illustrated slipcase. Notes in French
        only. BAM CALB-64/68(5). A- to A....................................................................................... 50.00
1443.*BARENBOIM: Beethoven Sonatas #1 - #15. [dig] DGG 413 759-1(6). A- to A ........................ 24.00
1444. 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
1445.*BERMAN: Rachmaninov - Corelli Variations; Six Preludes. DGG 2531 276. A- to A .............. 14.00
1446.*BOTTNER: Tchaikovsky Concerto #2 (original version). Borries, vln; Stenzel, cello;
        G.L.Jochum/Berlin Sym. Electrola C 047-28 095. A- .......................................................... 14.00
1447. BOUKOFF: Grieg Concerto. Rodzinski/PSOL (Peer Gynt). West XWN-18231. A- ................. 14.00
1448. BRAILOWSKY: Chopin Preludes. [rec February 1952, NYC] [DMM] German RCA GL-
        85268. A- to A.......................................................................................................................... 12.00
      BRAILOWSKY: See also #932 & 1004.
1449.*BRENDEL: Beethoven Sonata #24 & #29. Philips 6500 139. A- to A .......................................... 9.00
1450.*BRENDEL: Beethoven Sonatas (complete); Andante Favori. Philips 6768 004(13). A- to
        A ............................................................................................................................................... 45.00
1451.*BRENDEL: Mozart Concerto #22; Concert Rondos, K.382 & K.386. Marriner/ASMF.
        Philips 9500 145. A- to A(lovely Italian pressing; c/c) ............................................................. 9.00
1452.*BRENDEL: Schubert - Sonata in A, D.959; 12 German Dances (Landler), Op.171, D.790.
        Philips 6500 284. A- to A(c/c) ................................................................................................. 12.00
1453.*CICCOLINI: Liszt - Consolations; Legends #1 & #2; Liebestraume (3). [handsome fold-
        open album; French-only notes] Pathe C 069-11664. A- ........................................................ 11.00
1454.*CLIBURN: Chopin Sonatas #2 & #3. RCA LSC-3053. A- .......................................................... 14.00
1455. CORTOT: Debussy - Children's Corner Suite. Schumann - Kinderscenen. [10-inch; lovely
        copy of a much-sought-after rarity] EMI BLP-1050. A- ......................................................... 45.00
1456. CURZON: Schumann - Fantasia in C; Kinderscenen. London LL-1009. B+ ............................... 12.00
1457.*CYRIL SMITH & PHYLLIS SELLICK: Concertos for Phyllis & Cyril: BLISS -
        Concerto for Two Pianos (arranged for three hands). GORDON JACOB - Concerto for
        Three Hands on One or Two Pianos. MALCOLM ARNOLD - Concerto for Phyllis &
        Cyril. Arnold/City of Birmingham Sym. [the works were either written or re-arranged
        to accomodate Smith's loss of the use of his left hand] EMI CSD-1506. A- ........................... 16.00
1458.*CYRIL SMITH & PHYLLIS SELLICK: Three Hands on Two Pianos - Works of
        Handel, Bach(3), Mendelssohn(2), Field, Bizet, Faure, Ravel, Walton, Albeniz,
        Carmichael & Milhaud. [works arranged to accomodate Smith's loss of use of left
        hand] EMI CSD-1506. B++ ....................................................................................................... 9.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1459. D'ALBERT: Beethoven Concerto #5 (first movement). Seidler-Winkler/Berlin Radio
         Orch. [December 1, 1930] Symposium 1000. A- ................................................................... 15.00
1460. DAMASE: (Jean-Michel): Schumann - Humoreske. Liszt - Consolation #1; ;La Lugubre
         Gondola #2; Benediction. [in jacket w/notes, then enclosed in box] London Internationl
         TW-91041. A- to B+ ................................................................................................................ 18.00
1461.*DEMUS: Schubert - 12 Ausgewahlte Tanze; Allegretto; 12 Valses Nobles; 2 Adagios; 11
         Ecossaisen; 2 Deutsche Tanze; 12 Walzes from Op.9, D.365 (which contains 36 total).
         [performed on Hammerflugel, 1835] Harmonia Mundi-20 21442-7. A- to A ........................ 11.00
1462.*DEMUS: Schubert - 150th Anniverary Recital: Sonata in G; plus seventeen short works.
         MHS 3891/92(2). A- ................................................................................................................ 10.00
1463. DEMUS: Schumann - Concerto; Konzertstuck; Introduction & Allegro. Rodzinski/VSOO.
         West XWN-18290. A-(c/c) ...................................................................................................... 10.00
1464.*DEMUS & SHETLER: The Young Beethoven: Early Piano Music for Two and Four
         Hands (Four Sonatas; Waldstein Variations). [tulip labels] DGG 643 216. A- to
         A(British pressing) ................................................................................................................... 11.00
1465. DOHNANYI: Dohnanyi - Four Rhapsodies. Schumann - Scenes from Childhood, Op.15
         (Dohnanyi announces the title of each section before playing it). Remington RLP-199-
         43. B ......................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1466. DORFMANN: Beethoven Sonata #8 & #14. RCA LBC-1029. B+ .............................................. 12.00
      DORFMANN: See also #992.
1467.*DYKE: (Martyn; fortepiano): Works of Dussek (Sonata in g), Clementi (Sonata in C),
         Mozart (Variations K.581) & Haydn (Adagio in F; Variations in G). [DMM] Psyche
         PSY-13. A- to A ....................................................................................................................... 11.00
1468.*EDEN & TAMIR: Poulenc - Concerto for Two Pianos (Comissiona/OSR). Debussy -
         Petite Suite; Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun. Satie - 3 Pieces in the Form of a Pear.
         Eden & Tamir, duo pianists. [Only the second copy of this I've seen.] London CS-
         6754. FS ................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1469. ELLEGAARD: (France): Nielsen - Chaconne. Liszt - Liebestraum #3; La Campanella.
         [10-inch] London LD-9065. B ................................................................................................. 11.00
1470. ENGEL: Schubert Impromptus, Op.90 & Op.142. [scarce disc!!] Epic LC-3232. B/A- .............. 24.00
1471.*ENTREMONT: Haydn Concerti in D (Hob. XVIII:11), in C (Hob. XIV:12), in G
         (Hob.XVIII:4). Entremont also conducts Vienna Ch Orch. MHS 7027. A- .......................... 9.00
1472.*ENTREMONT: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Bernstein/NYP. Col MS-6359. A-(early "2-
         eyes" labels; oddly scarce issue) .............................................................................................. 12.00
1473.*ENTREMONT: Tchaikovsky Piano Music (12 short pieces). Col MS-6446. A-(early "2-
         eyes" labels) ............................................................................................................................. 10.00
1474.*ESCHENBACH: Schumann - Kinderscenen; Intermezzi, Op.4; Waldscenen (4 excerpts);
         Abegg Variations. [tulip labels] DGG 139 183. A- to A ......................................................... 11.00
1475.*FEINBERG: (Samuil): Scriabin - Nine Mazurkas, Op.25; Four Pieces, Op.51; Fantasia,
         Op.28. Melodiya 33CM-03035-36. A- .................................................................................... 12.00
1476. FLEISHER: Liszt Sonata in b. Weber Sonata #4; Invitation to the Dance. Epic LC-3675.
         A-(brief tks Weber sonata) ....................................................................................................... 10.00
1477. 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
1478.*FRIERE: Chopin Scherzos #1-#4; 3 Ecossaisen; Prelude, Op.45. Telefunken 6.42034. A-
         to A ........................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1479. GILELS: Mozart Concerto #21. Haydn Concerto in D. Barshai/Moscow Ch Orch. Col-
         Melodiya M-33098. A- .............................................................................................................. 8.00
1480.*GRAFFMAN: Benjamin Lees - Sonata #4. Bartok - Suite, Op.14. Prokofiev - Sonata #2.
         Odyssey Y-35203. FS .............................................................................................................. 10.00
1481.*GULDA: Chick Corea - Children's Songs #19 & #20. Gulda - Variations; For Paul; For
         Rico; Prelude & Fugue; Sonatina. [dig] Philips 412 115-1. FS(c/c)........................................ 25.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1482.*GULDA & COREA: Mozart - Concerti #23 & #26 (Gulda alone); Concerto #10 (Gulda
         & Corea). Chick Corea - Fantasy for Two Pianos. Friedrich Gulda - Ping-Pong fro
         Two Pianos (both with both Gulda & Corea). Harnoncourt/ACO (in all). [dig;
         DMM] MHS 827551K(2). A- to A .......................................................................................... 24.00
1483.*HALL: (Steven): Rachmaninov Sonata #2. Beethoven Sonata #16. Chopin - Trois
         Ecossaises; Polonaise-Fantaisie, Op.61. [dig; DMM] ACA CM-20001-1. A- to A ................ 12.00
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. RCA LM-2993. A-(c/c) ...................................................... 12.00
1485. HOROWITZ: Beethoven Sonatas #14 & #21. [SD labels] RCA LM-2009. A- ............................ 11.00
      HOROWITZ: See also #118-20, 355-56, 888, 907, 921, 924, 943, 950 & 960.
1486. HORSLEY: Rachmaninoff - Eight Preludes; Eight Transcriptions. Cap G-7136. A- ................... 12.00
      ITURBI: See #905, 908, 908, 920, 959, 959, 976, 993 & 1022.
1487.*JOHNSON: (James): Beethoven Concerto #1. Freeman/RPO. MHS 4693. A- ........................... 8.00
      KAPELL: See also #957 & 1025.
1488.*KEMPFF: Beethoven Concerto #5. Leitner/BPO. DGG 138 777. A- to A(c/c) ......................... 12.00
1489. KEMPFF: Brahms - Six Piano Pieces, Op.118. [10-inch] Decca LX-3032. B+ ........................... 14.00
1490. KEMPFF: Mozart Concerto #20. Van Kempen/Dresden Philharmonic. [10-inch] Decca
         DL-7515. B .............................................................................................................................. 11.00
1491.*KONTARSKYS: (Alfons & Aloys): Brahms - Haydn Variations (two pianos); Schumann
         Variations (four hands); Waltzes (16; Op.39; four hands). [German-only notes]
         Musicaphon BM 30-SL 3004. A-............................................................................................. 11.00
1492.*KONTARSKYS (ALFONS & ALOYS): Bartok - Sonata for Two Pianos & Percussion
         (Caskel; Konig). Stravinsky - Concerto for Two Solo Pianos; Sonata for Two pianos.
         DGG 2530 964. FS ................................................................................................................... 12.00
       KRAUS: See #1017.
1493.*KVAPIL: Dvorak - Teme con Variazioni; Two Furiants; Dumka; Two Minuets; Scottish
         Dances. Supraphon 1 11 0862. A- ........................................................................................... 10.00
1494.*LAREDO: Rachmaninoff - Etudes Tableaux, Op.33; Corelli Variations; Daisies; Lilacs;
         Oriental Sketch; Two Fantasy Pieces. Col M-33998. A-(demo copy) ...................................... 9.00
1495.*LAREDO: Scriabin Sonata #1, #2 & #8; Etude Op.2, #1; Desir; Caress Dansee.
         Connoisseur Society CS-2035. FS ........................................................................................... 10.00
1496. LEVANT: Rubinstein Concerto #4. Mitropoulos/NYP. Col ML-4599. B+ to B(varies) .............. 9.00
1497. LUBOSHUTZ & NEMENOFF: Reger - Introduction, Passacaglia & Fugue. Encore pieces
         by Weber, Chopin, Portnoff & Rossini. Remington R-199-143. B+ ....................................... 12.00
1498. LUBOSHUTZ & NEMENOFF DUO: Brahms - Haydn Variations. Saint-Saens -
         Variations on a Theme of Beethoven. Schumann - Andante & Variations.
         Mendelssohn-Luboshutz - Allegro Brillant. Camden CAL-206. B ......................................... 10.00
1499.*MALCUZYNSKI: Chopin Waltzes (14). Angel S-35726. A- ...................................................... 11.00
1500.*MICHELANGELI: Rachmaninov Concerto #4. Ravel - Concerto in G. Gracis/PO. [Notes
         in French only] French EMI C 053-00140. A- to A ................................................................ 12.00
1501. NELSON: (Hildur): "Accompanies Spanish Dance Class." Fourteen short pieces for use in
         dance classes. Recording supervised by Elisa Stigler. Jacket autographed to Gerald
         Arpino by both Nelson & Stigler, but in only one handwriting. Idento-Disc ID-27. A- ........... 9.00
1502.*ORTIZ: Mendelssohn - Complete Works for Piano & Orchestra. Atzmon/Stuttgart Radio
         Orch. [dig] Pantheon FSM-83 901(2). A- ............................................................................... 15.00
1503.*OUSSET: (Cecile): Brahms Concerto #2. Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch. Decca
         7.312. A-(notes in French only) ............................................................................................... 15.00
1504. PENNARIO: Short works of Chopin(2), Rachmaninoff(2), Dohnanyi, Saint-Saens,
         Poulenc, Scriabin & Paganini-Liszt. Cap P-8469. A- ................................................................ 9.00
1505.*PINZOLAS: (Jose Maria): Beethoven - Diabelli Variations. [dig] MHS 4826. A- ....................... 8.00
LP's: Pianists - continued
1506.*PRESSLER: Chopin Concerto #2. Mendelssohn Concerto #1. Swarowsky/VSOO.
         Monitor MCS-2117. FS............................................................................................................ 10.00
1507.*RICHTER: Beethoven - Variations: Op.34 (on an original theme); Op.76 (Ruins of
         Athens); Op.35 (Prometheus). MHS 3946. A- ........................................................................... 9.00
1508.*RICHTER: Chopin - Etudes(2), Polonaise & Ballade. Schubert - Moments Musicaux #1,
         #3 & #6; Impromptu, Op.142: #2. Col-Melodiya M-33826. A-(c/c)....................................... 10.00
1509.*RICHTER: Chopin - The Four Scherzos. Col-Melodiya M-36681. A-(demo copy) ................... 10.00
1510.*RICHTER: Rachmaninoff - Concerto #2 (Wislocki/Warsaw Phil); Six Preludes. DGG
         138 076. A- to A(c/c; fine Italian pressing) ............................................................................... 9.00
1511.*RICHTER: Rachmaninoff - Thirteen Preludes from Op.23 & Op.32. [recorded in
         Salzburg, 1971; handsome fold-open album includes fascinating photo of the very
         young Richter in 1945] Eurodisc 85 744 MK. A- to A............................................................ 16.00
1512.*RICHTER: Schubert - Sonata #19; Impromptu, Op.142: #2. Col-Melodiya M-35161. A--
         (c/c) ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1513. RICHTER: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Mravinsky/Leningrad Philharmonic [French-only
         notes] Le Chant du Monde LDX-78711. A- ............................................................................ 12.00
1514.*RICHTER-HAASER: Beethoven Sonatas #31 & #32. Angel S-35749. A-(earliest U.S. red
         labels) ....................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1515.*RUBINSTEIN: CHOPIN - Waltzes (complete). British RCA SB-6600. A- ................................ 11.00
1516.*RUBINSTEIN: Chopin Concerto #2. Rowicki/Warsaw Philharmonic. [live, 1960; notes
         in Polish only] Muza SX-1861. A- .......................................................................................... 18.00
1517. RUBINSTEIN: Chopin Mazurkas (complete). [recorded 1938] Electrola C 153-01
         170/71(2). A- to A .................................................................................................................... 18.00
1518.*RUBINSTEIN: Franck - Prelude, Chorale & Fugue. Bach-Busoni - Chaconne. Mozart -
         Rondo, K.511. RCA ARL1-3342. A- ...................................................................................... 10.00
1519.*RUBINSTEIN: Rachmaninoff - Concerto #2. Ormandy/Phila. RCA ARL1-0031. A-.............. 10.00
       RUBINSTEIN: See also # 389-90, 821, 863, 865, 879, 897, 903, 912-3, 917, 930, 936,
                           970, 984, 1021, 1045, 1323, 1429 & 1496.
1520. SANDOR: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2. Rodzinski/NYP. Harmony HL-7059. A-- ..................... 14.00
1521. SCHNABEL: Mozart Concerto #23 (Rodzinski/Orch; 1946); Sonata #13 (1943). MKR
         1004. A-- .................................................................................................................................. 14.00
1522.*SERKIN: (Peter): Beethoven Sonata #29. [played on Graf fortepiano] [dig; DMM]
         ProArte PAD-181. A- to A......................................................................................................... 9.00
1523. SERKIN: Beethoven - Concerto #3. Ormandy/Phila. Col ML-4738. A-("6-eyes" labels) ......... 16.00
1524. SERKIN: Mozart Concerto #21 & #27. Schneider/Col Sym. Col ML-5013. B+("6-eyes"
         labels) ......................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1525. SOFRONITSKY: Scriabin Sonatas #3 & #9. MK 1562. A-- ........................................................ 11.00
      SOLOMON: See also #941, 958 & 975.
1526.*SYME: (David): Beethoven Concerto #3. Freeman/RPO. MHS 4694. A- .................................. 8.00
1527. THE SIENA PIANOFORTE SAMPLER: Works of Bach, Scarlatti, Traditional, Mozart,
         Albeniz, Villa-Lobios & Debussy performed by Rosen, Kitain, Deguire & Regules.
         Esoteric ES-1503. B ................................................................................................................... 8.00
1528.*VERA: (Ana-Maria): Mozart Concerto #8. Haydn Concerto #11. De Waart/Rotterdam
         Phil. [Recorded at age 12 or so; what ever became of this young lady??] Philips 6833
         199. FS ..................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1529.*WEISSENBERG: Prokofiev Concerto #3. Ravel - Concerto in G. Ozawa/Paris Orch.
         Angel S-36785. A- ................................................................................................................... 10.00
1530.*ZHUKOV: Tchaikovsky - Concerto #3; Allegro in c. Rimsky-Korsakov - Concerto.
         Scriabin - Fantasia in a. Rozhdestvensky & Yurlovsky/Moscow Radio Orch. Mel-
         Angel SR-40188. FS .................................................................................................................. 8.00
LP's: Organ
1531.*ALAIN: Bach Organ Works, Vol 1: BWV 525 - BWV 545 [Trio Sonatas(6); Preludes &
         Fugues(11); Toccatas & Fugues(2); Fantaisies & Fugues(2)] [various organs] Erato
         STU-71341(4). A- ....................................................................................................................         16.00
1532.*ALAIN: Bach Organ Works, Vol 2: BWV 546 - BWV 551; BWV 553 - 582 [Preludes &
         Fugues(14); Toccatas & Fugues(2); Fantaisie & Fugue; Fantasia; Fantaisies(4);
         Preludes(2); Toccata, Adagio & Fugue; Passacaglia & Theme Fugue; Fugues(7)]
         [various organs] Erato STU-71346(4). A-- ..............................................................................                       16.00
1533.*ALAIN: Bach Organ Works, Vol 3: BWV 583 - BWV 760 [Orgelbuchlein(46 pieces);
         Concerti(6); Recueil Schubler(6); Trios(3); 6 miscellaneous pieces] [various organs]
         Erato STU-71351(4). A- ..........................................................................................................             16.00
1534.*ALAIN: Bach Organ Works, Vol 4: BWV 651 - BWV 689; BWV 552; BWV 802 - BWV
         805. [La Messe Lutherienne (27 pieces); Recueil de Leipzig(18 pieces)] [Danish/Swiss
         organs] Erato STU-71356(4). A- .............................................................................................                  16.00
1535.*ALAIN: Bach Organ Works, Volume 5: BWV 690 - BWV 769; BWV 917, 943, 949, 993,
         sup.55 [Chorals de la Collection Kirnberger(23); Chorals du Supplement(38);
         Partitas(6); Piece Diverses(9)] [various organs] Erato STU-71361(5). A- ..............................                                        16.00
1536. ALAIN: Soler - Quintet for Organ & String Quartet (Fernandez; Raymond; Guiet;
         Deferrieux). K.P.E.Bach - Concerto in E-flat (Paillard/Leclair Ens). West XWN-
         18754. A-- ................................................................................................................................   11.00
1537.*BIGGS: "The Organ in America" - Billings; Phile; Selby; Moller; Hewitt; Michael;
         Yarnold; Brown; Shaw; Ives. Organs in MA, PA, VT, SC, NY. Col MS-6161. A-(early
         "2-eyes" labels) ........................................................................................................................     12.00
1538.*BIGGS: Sweelinck - Variations on Popular Songs (6). [Organ of Busch-Reisinger
         Museum, Harvard] Col MS-6337. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ..................................................                                    12.00
1539. EGGINGTON: Mendelssohn Sonatas #1, #3 & #6; Prelude & Fugue in c. [Chapel of
         Institut des Jeunes Aveugles, Paris] Oiseau-Lyre OL-50013. A- ............................................                                    11.00
1540. FROIDEBISE: Anthologie de la Musique d'Orgues des Primitifs a la Renaissance.
         Examples from English, German, Italian, Polish, French, Portuguese & Spanish
         schools. [Notes booklet is in French only; organ of Seminary of St-Trond] Thomson
         320 C-131-133(3). B+(final side edges toward B from odd pressing) ....................................                                        23.00
1541.*KOBLER: Bach - Die Orgelbuchlein, BWV 599-644. [Silbermann Organ, Freiberg
         Cathedral] Telefunken 6.35318(2). A- .....................................................................................                    14.00
1542.*LITAIZE: Messaien - L'Ascension; La Nativite de Seigneur; Apparitionde l'Eglise
         Eternelle. [Organ of Saint Francois-Xavier, Paris; notes in German only] Musica Sacra
         AMS-40/41(2). A- to A ............................................................................................................            24.00
1543.*MESSIAEN: Messiaen - L'Ame en Bourgeon. Poems by Cecile Sauvage read by Gisele
         Casadesus with improvisatory organ accompaniment by Messiaen. [French-only notes
         & texts] Erato STU-71104. A- .................................................................................................                11.00
1544.*PRESTON: Liszt - Prelude & Fugue on B.A.C.H.; Fantasia & Fugue on the Chorale "Ad
         os, ad salutarem undam." [Hull City Hall] Argo ZRG-503. A- ...............................................                                    10.00
1545. SCHWEITZER: Bach - Preludes & Fugues, BWV 543, 546, 547 & 548. [recorded 1936;
         Ste. Aurelie, Strasbourg] EMI COLH-316. A- ........................................................................                           16.00
1546.*WALCHA: Bach - The Art of Fugue. [Laurenskerk organ, Alkmaar, Holland] Archiv
         2708 002(2). A- to A(previous owner added piano score to the box) .....................................                                       14.00
1547.*WUNDELICH: (Heinz): Works of Sweelinck, Scheidt, Scheidemann, Lubeck &
         Weckmann. [Arp-Schnitger organ; St.Jacobi, Hamburg] [German-only notes] Schwann
         AMS-86. A- to A......................................................................................................................         11.00
LP's: Conductors
1548.*ABBADO: Brahms - The Four Symphonies. Each is performed with a different orchestra,
         respectively: VPO, BPO, Dresden Staatskapelle, LSO. [1st recording I ever heard
         which took 1st movement repeat in #1: very startling!] DGG 2721 067(4). A- to A(fine
         Italian pressings) ...................................................................................................................... 27.00
1549.*ABBADO: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5; Voyevode. CSO. [dig; I note that one-time
         London producer James Mallinson is credited here] CBS IM-42094. A- to A(demo
         copy) ......................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1550.*ABRAVANEL: Franck Symphony. Utah Sym. West WST-14062. A--(c/c; couple of light
         blems sd 2) ............................................................................................................................... 12.00
1551.*ANCERL: Janacek - Sinfonietta; Taras Bulba. CPO. [the classic versions of these works
         in stereo, at least for my nickel!] Supraphon SUAST-50380. FS! .......................................... 25.00
1552.*ANCERL: Tchaikovsky - 1812; Capriccio Italian. Glinka - Russlan & Ludmilla. Borodin -
         In the Steppes of Central Asia. Ancerl. [fine performances!] FS(c/c) .................................... 10.00
1553. ANSERMET: Prokofiev - Classical Symphony. OSR. [10-inch] London LD-9114. B+ ............. 12.00
1554.*ANSERMET: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe (complete ballet). OSR; Radio Romande Cho.
         MHS 7190. A- ............................................................................................................................ 9.00
      ANSERMET: See also #796, 801, 806, 833 & 835.
1555. BARBIROLLI: Bizet - L'Arlesienne (three excerpts). Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake Suite.
         Halle Orch. [10-inch; originally on 78's] EMI BLP-1004. A-(lovely copy!) ......................... 25.00
1556. BARBIROLLI: Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole. Ravel - La Valse. NYP. [strong
         performances] Entre RL-3046. B(most plays very well, but some ticky spots) ...................... 16.00
1557.*BARBIROLLI: Strausses - Fledermaus & Gypsy Baron Overtures; Blue Danube & Tales
         from the Vienna Woods; Pizzicato & Annen Polkas; Radetzky March. Halle Orch. Pye
         GSGC-14078. A-...................................................................................................................... 12.00
1558.*BARBIROLLI: Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings. Arensky - Tchaikovsky Variations.
         LSO. [blue labels] Angel S-36269. A- .................................................................................... 11.00
1559.*BEECHAM: "Bon-Bons." Faure - Dolly Suite. Delibes - Roi s'Amuse Suite. Berlioz -
         Corsair Overture. Pieces from Debussy's Enfant Prodigue, Gounod's Romeo & Juliet,
         Samson & Delilah. RPO & ORTF. Sera S-60084. A- ........................................................... 10.00
1560. BEECHAM: Beethoven - Symphony #3. RPO. [scarce!!] [blue labels] Col ML-4698. B ........... 20.00
1561. BEECHAM: Beethoven - Symphony #6. RPO. Col ML-4828. A--("6-eyes;" by far the best
         copy I've had) ........................................................................................................................... 50.00
1562. BEECHAM: Berlioz - Harold in Italy (Riddle). Strauss - Don Quixote (Kennedy). Wagner
         - Tannhauser Overture & Venusberg. RPO & Cho. [Live; Edinburgh, 1956] Filler:
         Tristan Act 3 Prelude (ROHCG). The Sir Thomas Beecham Society WSA-506/7(2).
         A-............................................................................................................................................ 100.00
1563. BEECHAM: Chabrier - Gwendoline Overture. Bizet - Patrie Overture; Carnaval from
         Roma Suite. Gounod - Faust Ballet Music. Gretry - Ballet Music from Zemire et Azor.
         RPO (ORTF in Chabrier & Patrie). [mono-only; recorded 1956/57] EMI HQM-1162.
         A-.............................................................................................................................................. 16.00
1564. BEECHAM: Delius - Appalachia; North Country Sketches. RPO & Cho. Odyssey Y-
         33283. A-.................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1565.*BEECHAM: Delius - Florida Suite; Songs of Sunset (Cameron; Forrester; Beecham
         Choral Soc); Brigg Fair; Over the Hills & Far Away; Sleigh Ride; Irmelin Prelude;
         Dance Rhapsody #2; Summer Evening; On Hearing the First Cuckoo; Summer Night
         on the River; A Song Before Sunrise; March-Caprice; Intermezzo from Fennimore &
         Gerda (dedicated to Beecham). RPO. [lovely DMM pressing] EMI EM-29 0323 3(2).
         A- to A...................................................................................................................................... 25.00
1566. BEECHAM: Delius - Paris; Eventyr; Koanga (Closing Scene). RPO; Cho. Odyssey Y-
         33284. A-.................................................................................................................................... 9.00
1567. BEECHAM: Delius - Sea Drift (Boyce, baritone); Hassan (Fry, baritone). RPO; BBC
         Cho. British CBS 61224. A- .................................................................................................... 10.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1568. BEECHAM: Delius - Koanga (closing scene); Eventyr; Paris (The Song of a Great City).
        RPO & Cho. British CBS 61271. A- ...................................................................................... 12.00
1569.*BEECHAM: Lalo & Bizet Symphonies. [ORTF] Seraphim S-60192. A-..................................... 9.00
1570. BEECHAM: Mehul - La Chasse de Jeune Gretry - Air de Ballet. Delius - In a Summer
        Garden; Over the Hills and Far Away. Massenet - Last Sleep of the Virgin. RPO. [The
        RPO horns are spectacular in the Mehul! Both that and the Gretry are very scarce in
        their U.S. issue (deleted 1959), and I don't believe the Summer Garden was ever
        released in the U.S. at all. And none of them was ever in such a fine pressing! Mono-
        only recordings.] Philips G 03625 L. A- to A .......................................................................... 32.00
1571.*BEECHAM: Schubert - Symphony #3 & #5. RPO. MHS 4661H. A- ........................................... 8.00
1572. BEECHAM: Sibelius - Symphony #7. RODZINSKI: Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. NYP in
        both. [blue labels] Col ML-4086. A- to B++(superlative copy for this issue)......................... 35.00
1573.*BEECHAM: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. [RPO] Seraphim S-60041. A- ..................................... 10.00
1574. BEECHAM: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. RPO. [recorded 1947; Anthony Griffith transfer]
        World Record Club SH-1006. A-............................................................................................. 20.00
1575. 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, recorded 1933-38 in all
        but the Haydn (RPO, 1948). [LP transfers by A.C.Griffith] World Record Club SH-
        1002. A-.................................................................................................................................... 25.00
1576. 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
      BEECHAM: See also #327, 334, 357, 470, 483, 483, 546, 660, 736 & 1377.
1577.*BERNSTEIN: "Music of Our Time, Vol. 2." Foss - Phorion. Edison Denisov - Crescendo
        e Diminuendo. Schuller - Triplum. NYP. Col MS-7052. FS................................................... 12.00
1578.*BERNSTEIN: Bernstein - Symphony #3 ("Kaddish"). Montealegre; Tourel; NYP;
        Camerata Singers; Columbus Boychoir. Col KS-6605. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ............. 10.00
1579.*BERNSTEIN: Debussy - Images for Orchestra (complete). NYP. Col MS-6097. A-(early
        "2-eyes" labels) ........................................................................................................................ 12.00
1580.*BERNSTEIN: Haydn - Symphonies #82 - #87 (the six "Paris" symphonies). NYP. Col
        D3S-769(3). A-(minor box scuffs) ........................................................................................... 20.00
1581.*BERNSTEIN: Haydn - Symphony # 88 & #102. NYP. Col MS-7259. A-(early "2-eyes"
        labels) ....................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1582.*BERNSTEIN: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe (complete). NYP; Schola Cantorum. Col MS-
        6260. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ................................................................................................ 12.00
1583.*BERNSTEIN: Schumann - Symphony #3. NYP. Col MS-6294. A-(very early "6-eyes"
        labels) ....................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1584.*BERNSTEIN: Sibelius - The Seven Symphonies. NYP. Col M5S-784(5). A-(early "2-
        eyes" labels) ............................................................................................................................. 40.00
1585.*BERNSTEIN: Strauss - Don Juan; Till Eulenspiegel; Salome's Dance. NYP. Col MS-
        6822. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ................................................................................................ 12.00
1586.*BERNSTEIN: Tchaikovsky - Francesca da Rimini; Capriccio Italien; Marche Slave;
        Romeo & Juliet; 1812 Overture. NYP. Col MG-33270(2). A-(minor album scuffs) ............. 12.00
1587. BOHM: Strauss - Scenes from Operas: Frau Ohne Schatten (Hermann; Ralf; Dresden);
        Daphne (Ralf; Teschemacher; Dresden); Salome (7 Veils; Dresden); Capriccio
        (Schoeffler; Cebotari; Vienna Opera); Arabella (Teschemacher; Ahlersmeyer;
        Dresden); Ariadne auf Naxos (Schoeffler; Reining; Seefried; Vienna Opera: live at
        Strauss' 80th birthday concert). [recorded 1938-44; German-only notes] Acanta DE-
        23.280/81(2). A- to A ............................................................................................................... 14.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1588.*BOULEZ: Bartok - The Miraculous Mandarin (complete); Dance Suite. NYP; Schola
         Cantorum. Col M-31368. A- .................................................................................................. 10.00
1589. BOULT: Elgar - Symphony #2. Scottish National Orchestra. [very obscure recording!]
         Waverley LLP-1021. A-........................................................................................................... 12.00
     CANTELLI: See #961.
1590.*CHAILLY: Rossini Overtures - Scala, Wm Tell, Gazza, Turco, Scala, Signore Bruschino,
         Italiana in Algeri. National Phil. [dig] London LDR-71034. A- to A(Dutch pressing) ........... 9.00
1591. COLLINS: Elgar - Falstaff. LSO. London LL-1011. B+ ................................................................ 9.00
1592. COLLINS: Elgar - Falstaff. LSO. Decca LXT-2940. A- .............................................................. 12.00
1593. COLLINS: Sibelius - Symphony #1. LSO. Decca LXT-2694. A--............................................... 12.00
1594. COLLINS: Sibelius - Symphony #2. LSO. Decca ACL-34. A- .................................................... 12.00
1595. COLLINS: Sibelius - Symphony #3 & #7. LSO. Decca ACL-181. A-......................................... 12.00
1596. COLLINS: Sibelius - Symphony #4; Pohjola's Daughter. LSO. Decca ACL-184. A- ................. 12.00
1597. DESORMIERE: Ippolitov-Ivanov - Caucasian Sketches. Tchaikovsky - Sleeping Beauty
         Suite. PCO. London LL-440. A- ............................................................................................. 12.00
1598.*DORATI: Strauss - Die Frau Ohne Schatten, Symphonic Fantasy; Der Rosenkavalier Suite
         (arr. Dorati). Detroit Sym. [dig] Decca 411 893-1. A- to A ................................................... 10.00
      DORATI: See also #475, 824-5, 838-39, 848, 850-2, 854, 858, 860, 926, 986, 1107 & 1432.
1599. EHRLING: Sibelius - The Legends of Lemminkainen. Stockholm Radio Orch. [Ehrling's
         early Sibelius cycle on Mercury is quite legendary; this is a VERY scarce disc - first
         copy I've ever seen; the work is variously identified as "Four Legends of the Kalevala,"
         "Lemminkainen Suite," etc.; the most famous movement, of course, is "The Swan of
         Tuonela," though "Lemminkainen's Return" appears on its own from time to time]
         Capitol P-8226. B+................................................................................................................... 32.00
      FIEDLER: See #77, 79, 130, 339, 343, 864, 885, 886, 915, 968, 995, 1024, 1029, 1044 & 1056.
1600.*FISTOULARI: Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker (excerpts). PCO. Decca ACL-40. A-........................ 11.00
1601.*FOURNET: Franck - Redemption; Les Eolides; Les Djinns (Maxian, piano); Le Chasseur
         Maudit. CPO. [excellent performances] Supraphon SUAST-50800. A- ................................ 10.00
1602. FRANDSEN: Nielsen - Symphony #3. Danish National Orch. Epic LC-3225. A-- ................... 11.00
1603. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #6. Brahms - Haydn Varitions. VPO. [drm;
         DMM] [Recorded in Dec 1943; this 1986 release was their first issue] EMI 29 0666 1.
         A- to A(German Teldec pressing) ............................................................................................ 20.00
1604. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Anders; Briem; Hongen; Watzke; BPO;
         Kittel Cho. [Live, March 1942] Brahms - Haydn Variations. BPO. [Live, Dec 1943]
         Unicorn UNI-100/101(2). A- to A ........................................................................................... 25.00
1605. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Schwarzkopf; Hongen; Hopf; Edelmann;
         Bayreuth Festival Orchestra & Chorus. [Live, Bayreuth Festival; August, 1951]
         [Original US issue of this famous recording, which spreads the symphony onto four
         sides. Only in print from late 1956 until October 1958] [PD labels] RCA LM-6043(2).
         A-(finest copy I've encountered) .............................................................................................. 50.00
1606. FURTWANGLER: Bruckner - Symphony #4. VPO. [Live; Munich, 1951; added trumpet
         in movements 1 & 4 (at least!)] Decca ECM-685. A- ............................................................. 25.00
1607. FURTWANGLER: Bruckner - Symphony #8. VPO. [recorded 1944] Unicorn UNI-
         109/10(2). A- ............................................................................................................................ 35.00
1608. FURTWANGLER: Glazounov - Stenka Razin (VPO; February 2, 1945). Gluck - Alceste
         Overture (BPO; October 29, 1942). d'Albert - Tiefland Overture (Munich Opera
         Orch; July 30, 1944). Melodiya M10-46683 000. A- ............................................................. 35.00
1609. FURTWANGLER: Overtures - Iphigenie en Aulide; Merry Wives; Rosamunde; Hebrides;
         Manfred. VPO. EMI XLP-30097. A- ...................................................................................... 16.00
1610. FURTWANGLER: Strauss - Sinfonia Domestica; Four Songs (Anders). BPO. [live, 1944
         and 1942 respectively] Arabesque 8082. A- ............................................................................ 10.00
      FURTWANGLER: See #345-6, 353, 381, 398, 400, 547, 620, 707, 752,962,1382 &1626.
LP's: Conductors - continued
1611.*GIULINI: Brahms - Symphony #1. PO. [blue labels] Angel S-35835. A-(Kingsway Hall;
         January, 1961) .......................................................................................................................... 16.00
1612.*GIULINI: Schubert - Symphony #9. CSO. [wonderful!] DGG 2530 882. A- to A ..................... 12.00
1613. GOLOVANOV: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #1. Bolshoi Symphony Orch. West XWN-
         18224. A-.................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1614.*GOOSSENS: Rossini-Respighi - La Boutique Fantasque. RPO. Capitol SG-7103. A-(back
         cover writing; minor cov tape repair)......................................................................................... 9.00
1615.*HAITINK: Mendelssohn - Symphony #1 & #4. LPO. [scarce Haitink: my 1st copy] Phil
         9500708. A- to A...................................................................................................................... 11.00
1616.*HEGER: Schumann - Symphony #3; Manfred Overture. Bamberg Sym. [German-only
         notes] Eurodisc 87 689. A- to A............................................................................................... 10.00
1617.*HORENSTEIN: Brahms - Symphony #2. Danish Radio Orch. [Live, 3-72] Unicorn
         UNS-236. A-(minor cover scuffs)............................................................................................ 12.00
1618.*HORENSTEIN: Nielsen - Symphony #5; Saga-Dream. NPO. Nonesuch H-71236. A- ................ 9.00
1619. HORENSTEIN: Strauss - Metamorphosen. Stravinsky - Symphony of Psalms. ORTF
         (with\ORTF Chorus in Stravinsky). [Grand Prix du Disque, 1954; British pressing
         with dowel spine] Angel 35101. A-(brief tks, sym; minor cov stain & tape repair) ............... 25.00
1620.*IRVING: Copland - Appalachian Spring Suite; Rodeo - Four Dance Episodes. Concert
         Arts Orch. Seraphim S-60198. A-(c/c) ..................................................................................... 8.00
1621. IRVING: Debussy - Printemps; Danse. Turina - Danzas Fantasticas; La Procesion Del
         Rocio. RPO. Capitol G-7130. A-............................................................................................... 9.00
1622.*IRVING: Delibes - Suites from Coppelia & Sylvia. PO. Cap SG-7245. A- ................................ 10.00
1623.*IRVING: Tchaikovsky - Piano Concerto #3 (Simon Sadoff). Glinka - Pad de Trois from
         Russlan & Ludmilla. Glazounov - Pas de Dix from Raymonda. NY City Ballet
         Orchestra. [I believe this was the first recording ever of the Tchaikovsky, identified on
         the front cover simply as "Allegro Brillante," which is the name of the ballet derived
         from it, and in which form it is probably best known]. Kapp KC-9046-S. A- ........................ 16.00
1624. IVANOV: Tchaikovsky - Francesca da Rimini (USSR Sym). GAUK: Glinka - Jota
         Aragonesa; Summer Night in Madrid; Symphony on Two Russian Themes (USSR
         Sym & USSR Radio). West XWN-18457. B+ ....................................................................... 11.00
1625.*JEAN: (Kenneth): Brahms - Hungarian Dances (complete). Hong Kong Philharmonic.
         [rec 1982; dig; notes in Japanese only; Jean was Associate Conductor of the CSO
         1986-93] Camerata CMT-3020. A- to A.................................................................................. 12.00
1626. KABASTA: Dvorak - Symphony #9. Munich Philharmonic. [Identified on the label as
         Furtwangler/BPO, live, November 11, 1941; but several knowledgable collectors have
         told me that the Kabasta/Munich attribution is the correct one] Relief 813. A- ...................... 16.00
1627.*KARAJAN: Brahms - The Four Symphonies; Tragic Overture. [Recorded in Berlin
         Philharmonie; analog; c.1977] DGG 2711 022(4). A- to A..................................................... 20.00
1628.*KARAJAN: Bruckner - Symphony #4 & #7. [BPO] Angel SC-3779(3). A-(minor box
         scuffs) ....................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1629.*KARAJAN: Schubert - Nine Symphonies; Rosamunde Ov/Ballet Music. BPO. Angel SE-
         3862(5). A-(c/c)........................................................................................................................ 24.00
1630.*KARAJAN: Stausses - Tales from Vienna Woods; Morning Papers; Wiener Blut; Thunder
         & Lightning, Pizzicato & Auf der Jag Polkas; Egyptian & Persian Marches. BPO.
         DGG 2530 027. FS ................................................................................................................... 10.00
1631.*KARAJAN: Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty Suites. PO. [blue labels]
         Angel S-35740. A--(nice cover photo!) ................................................................................... 12.00
1632.*KARAJAN: Wagner - Tristan: Prelude & Liebestod; Tannhauser: Overture & Venusberg
         Music; Lohengrin: Prelude to Act 1. Angel S-37097. A- .......................................................... 9.00
1633.*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
LP's: Conductors - continued
1634.*KITAENKO: Strauss - Don Juan. Weber - Oberon Overture. Wagner - Tristan Prelude &
         Liebestod. Moscow Phil. [Russian-only notes] Melodiya C10-15057-8. A- .......................... 11.00
1635. KLEIBER: Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT: Haydn -
         Symphony #94. BPO in both. Capitol - Telefunken P-8038. B(nice copy for one of this
         series) ....................................................................................................................................... 16.00
1636. KLEMPERER: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #1 & #2. Pro Musica Ch Orch. [apparently
         the trumpet part in #2 is played on saxophone (soprano?) by Marcel Mule] Vox VL-
         6180. B-/C+ ................................................................................................................................ 8.00
1637. KLEMPERER: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #3 & #4. Pro Musica Ch Orch. [Clough &
         Cuming identify Henri Merckel as violin soloist] Vox VL-6200. B ..................................... 12.00
1638. KLEMPERER: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #5 & #6. Pro Musica Ch Orch. [Clough &
         Cuming identify Henri Merckel as violin soloist and R.Cortet as the flute; Roesgen-
         Champion, harpsichord] Vox VL-6220. B-/C .......................................................................... 6.00
1639.*KLEMPERER: Bruckner - Symphony #9. NPO. Angel S-36873. A- ........................................... 9.00
1640.*KLEMPERER: Haydn - Symphony # 88 & #104. NPO. Angel S-36346. A- ............................... 9.00
1641. KLETZKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. PO. Entre RL-3036. B+/B .......................................... 12.00
1642. KNAPPERTSBUSCH: Wagner - Rienzi Overture; Forest Murmurs (w/Franz Lechleitner,
         tenor). VPO. [10-inch] London LPS-290. B............................................................................ 24.00
1643.*KONDRASHIN: Mahler 1st. Moscow Phil. Mel-Angel SR-40130. A-(c/c) ............................... 12.00
1644.*KOSLER: Dvorak - Symphony #3 & #5. Slovak Philharmonic. MHS 824629(2). A- .............. 10.00
1645.*KOSLER: Dvorak - Symphony #4 & #8. Slovak Philharmonic. MHS 827288(2). A- .............. 10.00
1646.*KOSLER: Dvorak - Symphony #6 & #7. Slovak Philharmonic. MHS 824332(2). A- .............. 10.00
1647.*KOSLER: Dvorak - The Water Goblin; The Midday Witch; The Golden Spinning Wheel;
         The Wild Dove; Heroic Song; Symphonic Variations. Slovak Philharmonic. MHS
         837011(3). A- ........................................................................................................................... 12.00
      KOUSSEVITZKY: See #362, 364, 402, 455, 470, 754, 938, 1028, 1282, 1661.
1648.*KUBELIK: Janacek - Sinfonietta; Taras Bulba. BVRS. DGG 2530 075. A- to A ........................ 9.00
1649.*KUBELIK: Mahler - Symphony #5; Songs of Wayfarer (Fischer-Dieskau). BVRS. DGG
         2726 064(2). A- to A ................................................................................................................ 14.00
1650. LAMBERT: Liszt/Lambert - Two Excerpts ballet "Apparitions" (PO). KRIPS: J.Strauss -
         Pizzicato Polka (PO). KURTZ: Excerpts from Sylvia & Coppelia (LPO).
         COLLINGWOOD: Dance of the Tumblers (Sadler's Wells Orch). GOEHR: Excerpts
         from Les Sylphides (LPO). Entre RL-3056. B(mostly A-, but a few scrs) ............................. 11.00
1651. LAMBERT: Waldteufel Waltzes - Skaters, Pomona, Estudiatina & Sur la Plage. PO. [10-
         inch] British Columbia 3S-1006. B/B++ ................................................................................. 12.00
1652. LEHMANN: Dvorak Slavonic Rhapsodies #2 & #3; String Serenade. Bamberg Sym.
         Decca DL-9850. B+ ................................................................................................................... 9.00
1653.*LEVINE: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. CSO. [dig; Teldec vinyl] RCA ARC1-5355.
         FS(demo copy) ......................................................................................................................... 11.00
1654.*MAAZEL: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet; Nutcracker Suite. CO. [dig] Telarc DG-10068.
         A- to A...................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1655. MARKEVITCH: Prokofiev - Le Pas d'Acier. Liadov - Kikimora. Stravinsky - Petrouchka
         (3 dances). PO. Angel 35153. B++(British pressing; thrift edition w/o notes) ....................... 11.00
1656. MARKEVITCH: Stravinsky - Le Sacre du Printemps. Berlin Radio Orch. [live, 1952;
         Italian-only notes] I Grandi Con GCL-40. A- to A.................................................................. 12.00
1657.*MARTINON: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe (complete). ORTF. [quad] Angel S-37148. A- ............. 8.00
1658. MENGELBERG: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. ACO. [from commercial 78's] Rococo
         2030. A-.................................................................................................................................... 11.00
1659. MITROPOULOS: Beethoven - Symphony #6. Mpls. Harmony HL-7120. B(mostly plays
         MUCH better, but a few lgt scrs) ............................................................................................. 11.00
1660. MITROPOULOS: Franck Symphony. Mpls. Entre RL-3006. B/B+ ............................................ 16.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1661. MONTEUX: Debussy - Images #1 & #3 (Gigues; Rondes du Printemps). SFSO.
        [Recorded 1942; not to be confused with same forces’ complete recording of 1951,
        issued on LM-1197] KOUSSEVITZKY: Ravel - Mother Goose Suite; Bolero. BSO.
        Camden CAL-161. A--(looks scuffy but plays very well - a few tks) ..................................... 21.00
1662. 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
1663.*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
1664.*MONTEUX: Ravel - Ma Mere l'Oye; La Valse; Bolero. LSO. Philips 835 258. A- to
        A(c/c)........................................................................................................................................ 11.00
1665. MONTEUX: Rinsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. SFSO. Camden CAL-451. B+ ......................... 13.00
1666. MONTEUX: Schubert - Symphony #9. BSO. [Live, on tour in Moscow; September 9,
        1956; scarce!] Melodiya M10-45701 005. A-(very minor jacket tape repair)......................... 45.00
1667. MONTEUX: Stravinsky - Le Sacre du Printemps (BSO live, 4-13-57); Petrouchka (ACO
        live, 10-30-60). [Wonderful, fresh performances - even if the Rite doesn't have the utter
        abandon of their 1951 studio recording] Discocorp RR-312. A- to A ..................................... 15.00
1668. MONTEUX: Stravinsky - Le Sacre du Printemps. San Francisco Sym. [recorded 1945]
        Camden CAL-110. B+ to B-(mostly B or B+ but some ticky spots & bbls) ........................... 12.00
1669.*MONTEUX: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole.
        MUSSORGSKY - Night on Bald Mountain. NDR. Vanguard SRV-257. A- ......................... 13.00
1670.*MONTEUX: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole.
        Mussourgsky - Night on Bald Mountain. N.D.R. Hamburg. Vanguard SRV-257 SD.
        A-.............................................................................................................................................. 12.00
1671.*MONTEUX: Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake (extended excerpts). LSO. Philips 835 142. A-
        (few lgt thumps from pressing bubbles)................................................................................... 11.00
1672.*MONTEUX: Tchaikovsky Symphony #5. NDR. French Concert Hall SMS-2333.
        A- (slight cov H2O stain) ............................................................................................................ 9.00
      MONTEUX: See also #373, 873, 878, 909, 925, 956, 1007-8, 1017, 1027, 1030,
                      1040, 1042-3 & 1060.
1673. MRAVINSKY: Debussy - Two Nocturnes. Leningrad Philharmonic. [In generic
        Melodiya sleeve; very unusual 8-inch LP!] Melodiya 004838/39. A-- ................................... 20.00
1674.*MRAVINSKY: Shostakovich - Symphony #6. Sibelius - Symphony #7; Swan of Tuonela.
        Leningrad Philharmonic. [Live concerts, February 1965] EMI ASD-2805. A- to A........... 18.00
1675. MUNCH: Beethoven - Symphony #8. PCO. [10-inch; scarce Munch item - deleted Janaury
        1956] London LPS-111. B+(occ tks; moderate cover tear) ..................................................... 25.00
1676.*MUNCH: Bizet - Symphony in C; Jeux d'Enfants; Patrie Overture. ORTF. German
        Concert Hall SMS-2495. A-(Dutch pressing; German-only notes) ......................................... 18.00
1677.*MUNCH: Debussy - La Mer; Three Nocturnes. ORTF. Guilde Internationale du Disque
        Disque SMS-2579. A-(French pressing; French-only notes)................................................... 18.00
1678.*MUNCH: Honegger - Symphony #4. Dutilleux - Metaboles (1st recording). ORTF. Erato
        STU-70400. A- ......................................................................................................................... 14.00
      MUNCH: See also #52, 71, 74, 866-67, 867, 944, 970, 982, 994, 1014-15, 1028, 1031,
                  1034, 1036,1039, 1046, 1050-51, 1061-64, 1069-71, 1477.
1679.*MUTI: Franck - Symphony; Chasseur Maudit. Phila. [dig] Angel DS-37889. A-(c/c) ............... 10.00
1680.*MUTI: Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet Suites #1 & #2. Phila. [dig] Angel DS-37778. A- .............. 10.00
1681. NEEL: Handel - Six Concerti Grossi, Op.3. Boyd Neel Orchestra (Thurston Dart,
        harpsichord & organ). London LL-1130. B++ ........................................................................ 12.00
1682. ORMANDY: Brahms - Symphony #2. Phila. [recorded 1953] Col ML-4827. A-("6-eyes"
        labels/1st copy I've had since 1990!) ....................................................................................... 18.00
1683.*ORMANDY: Debussy - La Mer; Prelude to Afternoon of a Faun. Ravel - Daphnis &
        Chloe, Suite #2. Phila; Mendelssohn Club Cho (in Ravel). [recorded 1971/72; quad]
        RCA ARD1-0029. A-............................................................................................................... 11.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1684.*ORMANDY: Delius - Brigg Fair; A Dance Rhapsody #2; In a Summer Garden; On
         Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring. Phila. [rather obscure Ormandy disc] Col MS-
         6376. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) ................................................................................................ 14.00
1685.*ORMANDY: Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsodies #1 & #2. Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #1
         & #2. Phila. Col MS-6018. A- ................................................................................................... 9.00
1686. ORMANDY: Haydn Symphony #7 & #45. Phila. [rec 1950(#7)/1951(#45); blue labels]
         Col ML-4673. B+ ..................................................................................................................... 12.00
1687. ORMANDY: Haydn Symphony #99 & #100. Phila. [rec 1953(#100)/1954(#99)] Col ML-
         5316. A-("6-eyes" labels) ......................................................................................................... 16.00
1688.*ORMANDY: Prokofiev - Symphony #6. Phila. Col MS-6489. A-("2-eyes" labels) ................... 12.00
1689. ORMANDY: Prokofiev - Symphony #7. Phila. [recorded 1953] KURTZ: Lieutenant Kije
         Suite. RPO. [blue labels] Col ML-4683. B+ ........................................................................... 12.00
1690.*ORMANDY: Rachmaninov - Symphonic Dances. Casella - Paganiniana. Phila. Col MS-
         6205. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels) ........................................................................................ 16.00
1691.*ORMANDY: Sibelius - Symphony #7. Respighi - Feste Romane. Phila. Col MS-6275. A-
         (very early "6-eyes" labels; lovely copy!) ................................................................................ 24.00
1692. ORMANDY: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. Phila. [rec 1939: their 1st of 4 recordings]
         Camden CAL-194. B- .............................................................................................................. 11.00
1693. ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. Phila. [recorded 1953; the 2nd of their 4
         recordings] Col ML-5074. A-("6-eyes" labels) ....................................................................... 12.00
1694. ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. Phila. [mono-only; recorded 1952] Col ML-
         4544. A-("6-eyes" labels; later cover) ...................................................................................... 12.00
      ORMANDY: See also #12, 100, 100, 135-37, 556, 706, 1177, 1238, 1297, 1519 &1523.
1695. OTTERLOO: Mahler - Symphony #4. Stich-Randall; Hague Phil. Epic LC-3304. A- ............. 12.00
      PARAY: See #837, 837, 841, 846, 849 & 855.
1696. PAUMGARTNER: Mozart - Symphony #28 & #31. Camerata Academica of Salzburg
         Mozarteum. Epic LC-3215. A- ............................................................................................... 12.00
1697.*RATTLE: Sibelius - Symphony #2; Kuolema: Scene with Cranes. City of Birmingham
         Sym. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38169. A- to A(demo copy; c/c) ................................................. 9.00
      REINER: See #449, 587, 863, 865, 868-69, 874, 877, 892, 909, 924, 928, 932, 960, 966,
                    980, 1035, 1038, 1041, 1048, 1049 & 1177.
1698.*SARGENT: Dvorak - Symphonic Variations. Smetana - Tabor & Blanik, from Ma Vlast.
         PO (in Dvorak); RPO (in Vlast). EMI SXLP-20065. A- ........................................................ 12.00
1699.*SARGENT: Walton - Facade Suites #1 & #2. Britten - Simple Symphony; Young Person's
         Guide. BBC Sym (in Guide); RPO (in others). EMI SXLP-30014. A- .................................. 12.00
1700. SAWALLISCH: Beethoven - Symphony #6. ACO Epic LC-3785. A--(demo copy; very
         early Sawallisch!) ..................................................................................................................... 11.00
1701. SCHERCHEN: The Devil in Hi Fi: Danse Macabre; Mephisto Waltz; Night on Bald
         Mountain; Finale of Symphonie Fantastique. LSO (in Fantastique); VSOO (in rest).
         West XWN-18894. A-- ............................................................................................................ 12.00
1702.*SCHIPPERS: Sibelius - Symphony #2. NYP. Col MS-6535. A-("2-eyes;" scarce!!) .................. 20.00
1703. SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. NDR. London LL-691. B- ................ 14.00
1704.*SILVESTRI: Dvorak - Symphony #7. Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsody #1. VPO. [While
         the Enesco saw release on an Angel LP, I don't believe this Dvorak recording was ever
         available on LP in the U.S.] EMI SXLP-30151. A-- ............................................................... 24.00
1705. SILVESTRI: Dvorak - Symphony #8 (old "#4"); Carnival Overture. LPO. EMI ALP-1537.
         A-.............................................................................................................................................. 18.00
1706.*SILVESTRI: Elgar - In the South Overture. Vaughan Williams - Wasps Overture; Tallis
         Fantasia. Bournemouth Sym. EMI ESD-7013. A-................................................................. 15.00
1707. SILVESTRI: Enesco - Octet, Op.7. Unidentified ensemble. [notes French only] Electrecord
         ECE-01. A-- ............................................................................................................................. 16.00
1708.*SILVESTRI: Enesco - Suite #3; Overture on Popular Roumanian Themes. Radio/TV
         Orch. [recorded live during Enesco Festival, 1958; notes in Roumanian & French
         only] Electrecord STECE-0977. A- ......................................................................................... 24.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1709.*SILVESTRI: Ravel - Rapsodie Espagnole. ENESCO - Rumanian Rhapsody #1. LISZT -
          Hungarian Rhapsody #4. VPO. Angel S-35677. A--(earliest U.S. red labels) ........................ 12.00
1710. SILVESTRI: Shostakovich - Symphony #1. Moscow Radio Orch. [Dischi Ricordi jacket
          as Italian distributors, but the disc itself is a regular Russian MK pressing] Dischi
          Ricordi D-03808-09. A-- .......................................................................................................... 12.00
       SILVESTRI: See also #349, 783, 785, 787, 791 & 792.
1711.*SLATKIN: Copland - Billy the Kid; Rodeo (complete ballets). St.Louis Sym. [dig;
          DMM] Angel DS-37357. A- ...................................................................................................... 8.00
1712.*SOLTI: Brahms - Four Symphonies; Academic Festival & Tragic Overtures. CSO. MHS
          847438Y(4). A- ........................................................................................................................ 20.00
1713.*SOLTI: Mozart - Symphony #38 & #39. CSO. [dig; Dutch pressing] London LDR-71088.
          A- to A...................................................................................................................................... 10.00
1714.*STEINBERG: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4. Tchaikovsky - Capriccio Italien. Wolf -
          Italian Serenade. Pittsburg Sym. Capitol SP-8515. A- .......................................................... 12.00
1715.*STOKOWSKI: Bizet - Suites from Carmen & L'Arlesienne. National Philharmonic. Col
          M-34503. A- ............................................................................................................................. 12.00
1716.*STOKOWSKI: Bloch - Schelomo (Neikrug). Paul Ben-Haim - From Israel (Suite for
          Orchestra). Sym of the Air. United Art USLP-0009. A- ........................................................ 16.00
1717.*STOKOWSKI: Brahms - Symphony #3. Houston Sym. Everest SDBR-3030. A- ..................... 10.00
1718.*STOKOWSKI: Brahms - Symphony #4; Academic Festival Ov. NPO. [quad] RCA
          ARD1-0719. A-(c/c) ................................................................................................................ 12.00
1719.*STOKOWSKI: Debussy - Iberia. Ibert - Escales. Ravel - Alborada. ORTF. Capitol SP-
          8463. A-.................................................................................................................................... 12.00
1720. STOKOWSKI: Mozart - Serenade for Winds, K.361. American Sym. Van VRS-1158. A-
          (c/c) ............................................................................................................................................ 9.00
1721. STOKOWSKI: Mussorgsky-Stokowski - Night on Bald Mountain. Ravel - Rapsodie
          Espagnole. Dukas - Sorcerer's Apprentice. Phila. Camden CAL-118. B+(Ravel)/A-
          (rest) ......................................................................................................................................... 18.00
1722.*STOKOWSKI: Prokofiev - The Ugly Duckling (Resnik, soprano); Cinderella Suite.
          DEBUSSY - Children's Corner Suite. Stadium Sym of NY. [Late, very obscure issue]
          Everest SDBR-3108. A- ........................................................................................................... 12.00
1723. STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4 (NBC Symphony; recorded Nov 27, 1941);
          Song Without Words, Op.40, #6 (Phila; recorded Dec 8, 1928). [LP transfer by Ward
          Marston; notes by Mark Obert-Thorn, who remarks that for the symphony, "the
          original matrices ..... are being presented for the first time."] Leopold Stokowski
          Society of America SLOO1. A- ............................................................................................... 35.00
1724.*STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. Scriabin/Stokowski - Etude in c#.
          American Sym. [An idiosyncratic, wayward, (crazy?), but utterly riveting reading;
          what a pity that this colorful and enthusiastic Stokowski orchestra of the 1960's did not
          record more extensively!] Vanguard VCS-10095. A- ............................................................. 14.00
1725.*STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. 1973 International Youth Orchestra.
          Two-disc set: one devoted to extended rehearsal excerpts, the other to the live concert
          given in the Royal Albert Hall. [Note re the condition of the rehearsal disc: though it
          appears pristine, the disc has some minor surface sound. This has been my experience
          in all copies of this set I have seen.] Classics GOCLP-9007(2). A-/A- to B+(see
          preceding note) ......................................................................................................................... 50.00
      STOKOWSKI: See also #53, 69, 72-73, 139, 335, 521, 563, 836, 904, 922-23, 949, 963, 969,
                          972, 974, 979, 996, 1005-6, 1013, 1019, 1083 & 1282.
1726.*STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. LSO. RCA ARL1-0426. A- ................................ 12.00
1727.*SZELL: Brahms - The Four Symphonies. [CO] Col D3S-758(3). A-(minor box scuffs) ............ 18.00
1728.*SZELL: Haydn - Symphony #95 & #96. CO. Col M-30366. A- ................................................. 10.00
1729.*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 #140, 478, 526, 633, 1095 & 1129.
LP's: Conductors - continued
1730. TOSCANINI: Bach - Brandenburg Concerto #2 (1938); Passacaglia & Fugue in c (1947).
        Rossini - Sonata #3 for Strings (1952). Vivaldi - Concerto Grosso, Op.3/#11 (1954).
        NBC Sym. [concert performances] Movimento Musica 01 025. A- to A(lovely Italian
        pressings!) ................................................................................................................................   18.00
1731. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies; Egmont, Coriolan, Prometheus &
        Consecration of the House Overtures; Septet; Adagio & Scherzo, Op.135. NBC Sym.
        [All of the symphonies were recorded in Carnegie Hall, and all from 1951 or later
        except #2, part of which was done in 1949. This issue has the very late "side-dog"
        labels which I have never seen on a Victrola before - only on the very last Red Seal
        issues. Curious!] RCA VIC-8000(8). A-(pristine!) .................................................................                             32.00
1732. TOSCANINI: Brahms - Symphony #3. NBC Sym. [notes in Italian only] Italian RCA VL-
        45824. A- to A(silky pressing) .................................................................................................               12.00
1733. TOSCANINI: Catalani - Prelude to La Wally; Dance of the Water Nymphs. Bizet -
        Carmen Suite. Weber - Oberon Overture. Herold - Zampa Overture. Humperdinck -
        Hansel & Gretel Overture. NBC Sym. [These are identified as concert performances,
        but no dates are provided] dell'Arte DA-9010. A- to A ...........................................................                              16.00
1734. TOSCANINI: Debussy - Marche Ecossaise; Danse; Two Nocturnes; Iberia; La Damoiselle
        Elue (Novotna; Glatz); La Mer. NBC Sym. [Complete Studio 8H concert, April 13,
        1940] Olympic ATS-1106/7(2). A-..........................................................................................                      18.00
1735. TOSCANINI: Franck - Les Eolides. FRANCK - Les Eolides. MUSSORGSKY -
        Khovantchina Prelude. WEBER - Invitation to the Dance. TCHAIKOVSKY - Romeo
        & Juliet. NBC Sym. [Romeo from concert of March 21, 1953; rest from December 13,
        1953] ToscaniniSoc ATS-1047. A-..........................................................................................                      25.00
1736. TOSCANINI: Kalinnikov - Symphony #1. Glinka - Capriccio Brilliante on the Jota
        Aragonese. The Internationale (arr. Toscanini). Mussorgsky - Act 3 Prelude &
        Polonaise from Boris Godunov. NBC Sym. [First three items from 11-7-43; Boris from
        4-4-43] dell'Arte DA-9011. A- to A.........................................................................................                    15.00
1737. TOSCANINI: La Scala Concert of September 16, 1948: SCHUBERT - Symphony #9.
        ROSSINI - La Scala di Seta Overture. TCHAIKOVSKY - Romeo & Juliet. VERDI -
        Otello: Ballet Music. MUSSORGSKY-RAVEL - Pictures at an Exhibition. Relief
        822(2). A- .................................................................................................................................   35.00
1738. TOSCANINI: Mussorgsky-Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition. Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe,
        Suite #2. NBC. German RCA AT-107. A- ..............................................................................                            11.00
1739. TOSCANINI: Overtures - Magic Flute; Tragic; Leonore #1; Gazza Ladra. Weber -
        Invitation to the Dance. BBC Sym. [recorded 1937-39] EMI XLP-30079. A- .......................                                                 16.00
1740. TOSCANINI: Sibelius - Finlandia. Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. Smetana - The Moldau.
        Glinka - Kamarinskaya. Liadov - Kikimora. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [A peculiarity of
        the early pressings of this issue and a real curiosity: the solo timpani roll at the end of
        Finlandia is omitted! Corrected on later pressings, but here there's just a rest...] [plum
        labels] RCA VIC-1245. A- ......................................................................................................                12.00
1741. TOSCANINI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. NBC Symphony. [PL; 1S/1S] RCA VIC-
        1268. A-....................................................................................................................................   12.00
1742. TOSCANINI: Tchaikovsky - The Tempest; Romeo & Juliet. Mussorgsky - Khovantschina
        Prelude. Liadov - Kikimora. NBC Sym. [Live, 1944, 1953, 1953 & 1952] dell'Arte
        DA-9014. A- to A ....................................................................................................................          12.00
1743. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1034/35: New York Philharmonic Pension Fund
        Concert: January 13, 1945. Repeats program of Toscanini's first NYP concert from
        1926: HAYDN - Symphony #101. RESPIGHI - Pines of Rome. SIBELIUS - Swan of
        Tuonela. WAGNER - Siegfried's Death & Funeral Music. WEBER - Euryanthe
        Overture. NYP. A- ...................................................................................................................          40.00
1744. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1036: Complete Concert of April 4, 1943: Dance
        of Hours, Stars & Stripes, Zampa Overture, Passo a Sei, Boccherini Minuet, Haydn
        Serenade, Hungarian Rhapsody #2 & Boris Act 3 Intro & Polonaise. NBC Sym. A- ............                                                      25.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1745. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1037: Mendelssohn - Overture; Adagio & Lento
        from Quintet; Midsummer Night's Dream (complete incidental music; Phillips;
        Warner; Cho). NBC Sym. [complete concert of November 1, 1947] A- .............................. 25.00
1746. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1038: Complete Concert of January 13, 1946:
        Hansel & Gretel Overture; Roumanian Rhapsody #1; Voices of Spring; Mancinelli
        Fuga Deglia Amanti; Liadov Kikimora; Prokofiev Classical Symphony. NBC Sym. A-
        (cover quite scuffy) .................................................................................................................. 16.00
1747. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1039: BUSONI - Berceuse Elegiaque. GIORDANO
        - Prelude to Act 2 of Siberia; Moor's Dance from Il Re. PUCCINI: Prelude to Act 3 of
        Manon Lescaut. WOLF-FERRARI - Overtures to Le Donne Curiose; Secret of
        Susanne. SINIGAGLIA - Le Baruffe Chiozotte Overture. SCARLATTI-TOMMASINI
        - Good-Humored Ladies Suite. NBC Sym. [Live concerts, 1946-49; scarce collection;
        the Sinigaglia is great fun!] A- ................................................................................................. 35.00
1748. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1040: Gluck - Orpheus & Eurydice, Act 2. Philips;
        Merriman; NBC Sym & Cho. [Live; 4-1-45] A- .................................................................. 20.00
1749. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1041: BACH - Suite #3. VIVALDI - Violin
        Concerto in B-flat (Mischakoff; U.S. premiere). HANDEL - Concerto Grosso in b,
        Op.6, #12 (Mischakoff; Bachmann; Miller; Pessl). BACH-RESPIGHI - Passacaglia
        & Fugue in c. NBC Sym; complete concert of 11/22/47. Arturo A- ....................................... 12.00
1750. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1042: HAYDN - Symphony #31 ("Hornsignal;"
        (10/19/38). BACH - Brandenburg Concerto #2 (Mischakoff; Wummer; Bloom;
        Baker; 10/19/38). VIVALDI - Concerto Grosso in d, Op.3, #11 (Mischakoff;
        Bachmann; Miller; 3/14/54). All NBC Sym; concert performances. A-............................... 25.00
1751. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1043: Complete Concert of November 3, 1946:
        Mozart - Symphony #35; Magic Flute Overture; Divertimento, K.287. NBC Sym. A--
        (2 mod scrs off/on finale K.287; cov scuffy) ........................................................................... 12.00
1752. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1044: Complete Concert of February 10, 1951:
        BRAHMS - Symphony #2. MENDELSSOHN - Midsummer Night's Dream Overture.
        NBC Sym. A-........................................................................................................................... 25.00
1753. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1045: Complete Concert of February 27, 1951:
        RESPIGHI - Fountains of Rome. ELGAR - Enigma Variations. DEBUSSY - Prelude
        to the Afternoon of a Faun. NBC Sym. [Live; 2-27-51] A- .................................................... 25.00
1754. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1046: Complete Concert of March 15, 1952:
        FRANCK - Redemoption. SIBELIUS - En Saga. ROSSINI - William Tell Overture.
        DEBUSSY - Nuages & Fetes. NBC. [Live concert, 3-15-52] A- ........................................... 25.00
1755. TOSCANINI: Acoustic Recordings with La Scala Orchestra, 1920-21. Short works of
        Donizetti, Mendelssohn(2), Berlioz, Bizet(2), Massenet, Wolf-Ferrari, Galilei, Pizzetti,
        Mozart(2), Beethoven (2). [Half-speed remastering] Italian RCA VL-46024. A- to
        A(slight jacket flaws) ............................................................................................................... 12.00
1756. TOSCANINI: Complete Philadelphia Orchestra Recordings, 1941-1942. SCHUBERT -
        Symphony #9. TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #6. MENDELSSOHN - Midsummer
        Night's Dream Music (Eustis; Kirk; University of PA Women's Glee Club).
        BERLIOZ - Queen Mab Scherzo. DEBUSSY - La Mer; Iberia. RESPIGHI - Feste
        Romane. STRAUSS - Death & Transfiguration. RCA CRM5-1900(5). A-(slight box
        scuffs, but LP's are lovely) ....................................................................................................... 40.00
      TOSCANINI: See# 70, 120, 322, 342, 350-1, 354, 356, 369-70, 393-96, 407, 470, 485-6,
        610, 880, 895-6, 940, 946, 955, 965, 967, 973, 985, 989-1, 998-1000, 1011 & 1023.
1757.*WALLENSTEIN: Mussorgsky-Ravel - Pictures at Exhibition. Virtuoso Symphony of
        London. Fidelity FCS-50,004. FS ........................................................................................... 10.00
1758.*WALTER: Brahms - Academic Festival,Tragic Overtures; Haydn Variations. Col Sym.
        Ody Y-30851. A- ....................................................................................................................... 9.00
1759. WALTER: Brahms - Symphony #1. NYP. Col ML-5124. A-("6-eyes") ...................................... 20.00
1760.*WALTER: Dvorak - Symphony #9. [Col Sym] Col MS-6066. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) .......... 16.00
LP's: Conductors - continued
1761.+WALTER: Mahler - Symphony #9. VPO. [Live; 1938] Turnabout THS-65008/9(2). A- .......... 11.00
      WALTER: See also #412, 455, 481, 723 & 1207.
1762. WOOD: Roman Carnival & Don Giovanni Overtures; Brandenburg Concerto #3; Slavonic
        Dance #8; Mendelssohn Songs w/o Words #30 & #34; Fantasia on British Sea Songs.
        Misc Orchs: New Queen's Hall; LSO; British Sym; LPO. [recorded 1929-40] EMI
        Odeon 33SX-1524. A- ............................................................................................................. 16.00
1763. WOOD: Premenade Favorites - Overtures: Leonore #3, Midsummer Night's Dream,
        Merry Wives; Danse Macabre; two Messiah choruses; Tchaikovsky Song w/o Words;
        Walkure Act III Prelude. New Queen's Hall Orch. [recorded 1925-28] Pearl GEMM-
        161. A-...................................................................................................................................... 16.00
LP's: Film Music
1764. BONJOUR TRISTESSE: (George Auric). RCA LOC-1040. C- ................................................... 11.00
1765.*BOOM: (John Barry). MCA 3600. A-(pressed in New Zealand...) .............................................. 14.00
1766.*MATEWAN: (Daring). Daring Records DR-1011. FS ................................................................ 11.00
1767. SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS: (Waxman). RCA LPM-1472. B ............................................................. 14.00
1768. THE PRIDE AND THE PASSION: (George Antheil). [Mono only; in print September
         1957 to August 1959] Capitol W-873. B ....................................................................................... 22.00




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