Lawrence H. Jones, Proprietor Auction Catalog #119 [Closing Monday, May 9th, 2011]



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Table of Contents

[by listing number]
Format Category Listing Numbers



Open-Reel Tapes: Operas: Complete & Highlights; Vocalists………. # 1 - 23

2-Track Tapes…………………………………….. # 24 - 27

Londons; Mercuries; RCA’s; Misc Audiophile....... # 28 - 60

Orchestral/Instrumental, Collections, Piano………. # 61 - 70

Conductors…………………….………..…….…… # 71 - 79

Catalogs; Miscellaneous Non-Classical………….. # 80 - 147


VHS Video Tapes: Miscellaneous…………………….……………..... # 148 - 152
45-rpm Records: Miscellaneous…………………….……………..... # 153 - 163
LP’s: Opera/Choral Repertoire & Collections………..… # 164 - 363

Vocalists………………………………………….. # 364 - 491

Audiophile & Special Labels…………………... # 492 - 881

Angels………………….. # 492 - 518

Londons ……………….. # 519 - 562

Mercury………………… # 563 - 590

RCA……………………. # 591 - 810

Misc…………………….. # 811 - 881

Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire…………….…… # 882 - 1110

Chamber Music & Collections……………………… # 1111 - 1161

Violin & Cello………………………………………. # 1162 - 1220

Pianists………………………………………...…….. # 1221 - 1345

Conductors………………………………………….. # 1346 - 1616
CD’s: Operas / Choral / Vocalists……………………….… # 1617 - 1639

Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire…………….…... # 1640 - 1659

Chamber Music & Collections……………………... # 1660 - 1667

Violin; Cello; Piano………….……………………... # 1668 - 1701

Conductors… ….…………………………………… # 1702 - 1790

Jazz; Musicals………………………………………. # 1791 - 1799




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1Open Reel Pre-Recorded Tapes


I have not auditioned all of the tapes below, but those to which I have listened are in excellent condition, and all are so guaranteed (understanding that early 2-track tapes are delicate and require very careful handling). When a listing contains more music than would fit on a single LP, I have indicated the LP equivalent in parentheses as I do with the record listings; I am no longer counting the reels also. Tapes are 7 1/2 ips, 4-Track, non-Dolby and include libretti for vocal works unless otherwise indicated. With some of the rarer Barclay-Crocker issues I have placed a number at the end of the listing indicating the total number of copies of the tape ever made. In one of their last flyers, BC published these numbers to give an idea of which items were particularly scarce. With some of the "audiophile" material I have noted reviews or comments I have found of a tape's LP counterpart (or the tape itself) in The Absolute Sound by the letters TAS followed by issue number, colon, page number (i.e. 58:139). The following codes also apply:
3 3/4 = 3 3/4 ips D = Dolby NL = No Libretto BC = Barclay Crocker issue
Open Reels: Operatic & Choral Repertoire
1.*BELLINI: Norma. Sutherland; Horne; Alexander; Cross; Bonynge/LSO & Cho. London W-90168(3). 18.00

2.*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

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.*LEHAR: Merry Widow. Gueden; Grunden; Kmentt; Loose; Stolz/VSOO; Cho. London LOH-90003(2). 20.00

5.*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

6.*MOZART: Marriage of Figaro. Wixell; Norman; Freni; Minton; Ganzarolli; Casula; Tear; Davis/BBC Sym & Cho. Philips R-7014(3). 20.00

7.*PUCCINI: La Rondine. Moffo; Barioni; Sereni; Sciutti; De Palma; Molinari-Pradelli/RCA Italiana. [3 3/4; NL] RCA TR3-5017(2). FS 10.00

8.*SCHUMANN: Faust (Scenes). Fischer-Dieskau; Harwood; Shirley-Quirk; Pears; Vyvyan; Palmer; Britten/ECO. [D; w/LP-sized libretto] London D-412100(2). 20.00

9.*VERDI: Il Trovatore. Price; Domingo; Milnes; Cossotto; Mehta/NPO. [NL] RCA EOPC-6194-W-TP(3). 16.00

10.*VERDI: Nabucco. Gobbi; Suliotis; Cava; Prevedi; Gardelli/Vienna Opera Orch; VSO Cho. London LOR-90118(3). (spine label missing) 11.00


Open Reels: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections
11.*HOLY RUSSIAN CHORAL MUSIC: (Including songs from the Easter Mass). Jaroff/Don Cossack Choir. DGG DGC-6385. 12.00

12.*TEN BARITONES - TEN ARIAS: Merrill/Pag; Fischer-Dieskau/Traviata; Gobbi/Otello; Krause/Carmen; Bastianini/Andrea; Milnes/Ballo; Evans/Figaro; MacNeil/Rigoletto; Bacquier/Don G; London/Tosca. [D] London L-490227. 16.00

13.*VERDI AT LA SCALA: Excerpts from DON CARLOS (Christoff; Labo; Bastianini; Stella; Cossotto; Santini); UN BALLO IN MASCHERA (Stella; Lazzarini; Poggi; Bastianini; Gavazzeni); RIGOLETTO (Bergonzi; Fischer-Dieskau; Scotto; Vinco; Cossotto; Kubelik); LA TRAVIATA (Scotto; Raimondi; Bastianini; Ricciardi; Votto); IL TROVATORE (Bastianini; Stella; Cossotto; Bergonzi; Vinco; Serafin). [3 3/4] DGG V-1011(5). 16.00
Open Reels: Vocalists
14.*CABALLE: Puccini Arias - Turandot; Butterfly; Manon L; Gianni; Tosca; Boheme(2); Villi; Rondine. Mackerras/LSO. Angel L-36711. 12.00

15.*CRESPIN: Prima Donna from Paris. Arias: Iphigenie; 3 Valses(3); Damnation; Sapho; Ascanio; Werther(3); Carmen(2); Perichole(3); Belle Helene; Duchesse; Phi-Phi; Amour Masque; Damnation; Ciboulette(2). Lombard/Sebastian; OSR/VSOO. London K-90203(2). 20.00

16.*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

17.*PEERCE: Handel Arias (Atalanta; Samson; Alexander's Feast; Semele; Acis & Galatea; Radamisto; Alceste; Jephta; Judas). Schwieger/VSOO. Westminster WTC-163. 15.00

18.*SILLS: Arias & Scenes from French Opera - Manon, Louise, Hamlet, Mignon, Robert le Diable, Huguenots. Mackerras/RPO; Cho. West L-7163. 14.00

19.*SILLS: Music of Victor Herbert. Kostelanetz/LSO. Angel 1R1-6500. 12.00

20.*TEBALDI: "In Concert" - Songs by Donizetti; Mascagni; Rossini; Ponchielli; Pergolesi; Tosti; Zandonai; Bellini; Puccini; Paradisi; Scarlatti; Gluck; Ricci; Marcadante; Cimara. Bonynge, piano. [D] London L-490226. 12.00

21.*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

22.*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 Reels: Vocalists - Duets
23.*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 Reels: 2-Track Classical Tapes
24.*MERCURY MVS5-30: LEROY ANDERSON - Sleigh Ride; Forgotten Dreams; Serenata; Penny-Whistle Song; Sandpaper Ballet; Bugler's Holiday. Fennell/ERSO Pops. [TAS re LP issue on SR-90009: 33:136] 45.00

25.*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 Reels: 2-Track Popular Tapes
26.*AMPEX - NO NUMBER: John Halloran Choir - Seven Christmas Carols. [Very unusual 5-inch item, made available by Ampex to their dealers to give to their good customers in the holiday season, 1956; billed as "the first Christmas greeting ever sent in stereophonic sound." 25.00

27.*COLUMBIA GCB-28: SING ALONG WITH MITCH - Mitch Miller & the Gang. 16.00


Open Reels: Londons
28.*E-46721: DVORAK - Golden Spinning Wheel; Symphonic Variations. Kertesz/LSO. [D] 12.00
Open Reels: London Phase-4 Stereo
29.*LCL-75010: GILBERT & SULLIVAN - Selections from The Mikado, H.M.S. Pinafore, Ruddigore & Pirates of Penzance. Sargent/D'Oyly Carte Opera Company; RPO. 12.00

30.*LCL-75014: HANDEL - Messiah Excerpts. Armstrong; Procter; Bowen; Cameron; Stokowski/LSO & Cho. 10.00

31.*LPL-74043: KISMET (selections from the musical). Merrill; Resnik; McKellar; Leigh; Wallace; Mantovani/His Orch; Mike Sammes Singers. 14.00

32.*LPL-74066: FRANK CHACKSFIELD - The New Limelight. 8.00


Open Reels: Mercuries
33.*L-90417: BAROQUE CONCERTOS FOR FOUR GUITARS & Other Works. Romeros. [From SR-90417] 30.00

34.*ST-9000: BEETHOVEN - Wellington's Victory; Prometheus and Leonore #3 Overtures. Dorati/LSO; with cannons, howitzer & muskets (but not in the overtures!). Deems Taylor narrates recording session tapes of the cannons and muskets at West Point, but the high point for me is the excellent, spacious recording of the Leonore #3. [TAS 35:108] 25.00

35.*STA-60027: DAVID CARROLL - Dance and Stay Young. 15.00

36.*STC-90310: BALALAIKA FAVORITES. Osipov State Russian Folk Orchestra. [TAS 45:152+3; 54:158+163; 73:146L] 35.00


Open Reels: RCA's
37. 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

38. CAT-8925: Catalog of Classical, Popular & Jazz from November 1963 (all 4-track stereo). [24 small pages] 9.00

39. 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

40.*FTC-2020: RODGERS - Victory at Sea, Volume 2. Bennett/RCA Sym. [TAS 57:137] 20.00

41.*FTC-2031: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #4. Monteux/BSO. [Pfeiffer; Crawford; from LSC-2369: see TAS 32:148; 36:124; 42:83; 65:160L; scarce tape - only the second copy I've had] 65.00

42.*FTC-2075: MILHAUD - Suite Provencale; La Creation du Monde. Munch/BSO. [Wilcox; Layton & Crawford; very scarce in its tape issue, it was only listed in the RCA tape catalogs between January 1963 and May 1965; this is onlh the second copy Polyphony has had to offer - the last sold for $200; the LP issue was part of Soria Series; with this copy of the tape I am including the lovely LP-sized 11-page Skira booklet (though I don't believe it was originally included with the tape); TAS re LP issue: 75/76:68-70] 100.00

43.*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! ] (slight box dent) 35.00

44.*FTC-2092: FRANCK - Symphony in d. Monteux/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; from LSC-2514 (TAS 29:122; 30:128; 90:136-7] 25.00

45.*FTC-2113: BERLIOZ - Symphonie Fantastique. SCHUMANN - Manfred Overture. Munch/BSO. [Mohr; Layton; 1962 recording] [TAS 4:246; 36:161] 60.00

46.*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

47.*FTC-2143: ROBERT SHAW CHORALE ON TOUR. Works of Mozart, Schoenberg, Ives, Ravel; Russian folk song; one Spiritual. [Habig; Layton] 24.00

48.*FTC-7001(2): VERDI - Requiem. Price; Elias; Bjoerling; Tozzi; Reiner/VPO. [from Soria Series LDS-6091; this copy of the tape includes the lavish 19-page Skira book; Smith; Brown; TAS re LP issue; 88:160-2] 65.00

49.*FTC-7003(2): BERLIOZ - Romeo et Juliette (complete). Elias; Valletti; Tozzi; Munch/BSO; NEC Cho. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 33:139; 36:124-9; from LDS-6098; deluxe Soria Series issue includes the 20-page, LP-sized Robinson booklet] (minor box seam splits) 45.00

50.*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

51.*FTO-5003: FINIAN'S RAINBOW (original cast album, Broadway 1960). [Bollard; Oelrich] 12.00

Open Reels: RCA's - continued
52.*FTP-1195: THE BEST OF MANCINI. 12.00

53.*FTP-1197: ALOHA FROM NORMAN LUBOFF. Norman Luboff Cho. [Pierce; Schmitt; Hollywood, c.1963] 12.00

54.*FTP-1271: THE CONCERT SOUND OF HENRY MANCINI. [Reisman; Malloy; rec Hollywood, c.1964] 12.00

55.*FTP-1293: THE BEST OF AL HIRT. [includes one song by Ann-Margret!] 16.00

56.*FTP-1298: THE LATIN SOUND OF HENRY MANCINI. [Reisman; Malloy & Bogert; recorded in Hollywood, c.1965] 12.00

57.*FTP-1323: THEY'RE PLAYING OUR SONG. Al Hirt. [Fogelsong; Begley; New York, c.1966] 16.00

58.*FTP-5033: THE SOUND OF MUSIC: (soundtrack). [Plumb; Norman] 12.00

59.*RCA CAMDEN CTR-684: DELL WOOD - Honky Tonk Piano. ["Living Stereo"] (replacement reel) 10.00

60.*TR3-5030(2): RACHMANINOFF - Symphonies #2 & #3; The Rock. Previn/LSO. [Dellheim & Wilkinson (#2); Dellheim & Lock (rest)] [3 3/4; never available at 7 1/2 ips] 12.00
Open Reels: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire
61.*BRAHMS: Symphony #1; Academic Fest. Walter/Col Sym. Col MQ-337. (minor scuffs) 16.00

62.*NIELSEN: Symphony #6; Overture & Prelude to Act II of Masquerade. Ormandy/Phila. [Terrific - one of Ormandy's great recordings!] Col MQ-859. 16.00

63.*PROKOFIEV: Suite of Waltzes, Op.110. JANACEK: Sinfonietta. Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch [3 3/4 ips] Mel-Angel Y1S-40075. 11.00
Open Reels: Collections
64.*BATH FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA: HINDEMITH - Five Pieces. BRITTEN - Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge. STRAVINSKY - Concerto in D. BARTOK - Divertimento. TIPPETT - Fantasia Concertante on a Theme of Corelli (Composer conducts). CORELLI - Concerto Grosso, Op.6, #2. Menuhin in rest. [3 3/4] Angel Y2S-3690(2). 10.00

65.*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


Open Reels: Pianists
66.*HARASIEWICZ: Chopin Waltzes (complete). [3 3/4 ips] Philips X-9034. 9.00

67.*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

68.*HOROWITZ: Beethoven Sonata #14. Schubert - 4 Impromptus. [3 3/4 ips] Col 1R1-6090. 10.00

69.*HOROWITZ: Chopin - 6 Mazurkas; 3 Etudes; Prelude; Waltz; Polonaise. Col R11-6251. 12.00

70. 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

Open Reels: Conductors
71.*BARBIROLLI: Elgar - Enigma Variations; Cockaigne Overture (PO); Intro & Allegro; Serenade for Strings. Vaughan Williams - Greensleeves & Tallis Fantasias. (Sinfonia of London). [3 3/4 ips] Angel Y2S-3668(2). 12.00

72.*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

73.*BERNSTEIN: Copland - El Salon Mexico; Appalachian Spring; Danzon Cubano; Dance from "Music for the Theatre." NYP. Col MQ-559. 14.00

74.*FIEDLER: ENCORE! Stars & Stripes; Sabre Dance; Rodgers Waltzes; Malambo; Blue Danube; Hava Nagila; Aquarius; 4 more. BPS. [3 3/4 ips] Polydor DT-799. 10.00

75.*KLEMPERER: Mahler - Symphony #9. NPO. [3 3/4 ips] Angel Y2S-3708(2). 10.00

76.*ORMANDY: Ives - Symphony #3. Schuman - New England Triptych. Telemann - Four Concerti. Phila. [misc Philadelphia Orchestra soloists spotlighted in Telemann; 3 3/4 ips; weird double-play coupling!] RCA TR3-5039(2). 12.00

77.*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 of this in 1992....] Col MQ-965. 15.00

78.*SZELL: Beethoven - Symphony #5, #6 & #9. Addison; Hobson; Lewis; Bell (in 9th); CO. [3 3/4 ips; the Pastorale was never available at 7 1/2 ips] Epic E3C-865(3). 12.00

79.*SZELL: Dvorak - Symphony #7, #8 & #9. CO. [3 3/4 ips; the New World was never issued at 7 1/2 ips] Epic E3C-848(3). 12.00
Open Reels: Tape Catalogs
80. COLUMBIA 1964/12 STEREO TAPES: Complete listing of 4-track open-reel tapes through December 1, 1964. [35 pages] 6.00
Open Reels: Film Music
81.*CAROUSEL: (Rodgers & Hammerstein). Capitol L-694. 10.00

82.*SCROOGE: (Bricusse). Finney; Guinness; Fraser/Orch. Col SR-30258. 12.00

83.*SWEET CHARITY: (Coleman; Fields). MacLaine; Rivera; Davis. Decca ST74-1502. 12.00

84.*THE KING AND I: (Rodgers & Hammerstein). Capitol L-740. 10.00


Open Reels: Musicals - Original Cast
85.*1776: (Edwards & Stone). Col OQ-1169. (original Broadway cast) 10.00

86.*CABARET: (Kander & Ebb). Col OQ-901. (replacement reel) 10.00

87.*DEAR WORLD: (Herman; Lawrence & Lee). Broadway cast with Angela Lansbury et. al. Col OQ-1130. 12.00

88.*FINIAN'S RAINBOW: (original cast album, Broadway 1960). RCA FTO-5003. 12.00

89.*FINIAN'S RAINBOW: Thirteen selections by "Reprise Repertory Theatre" - Clooney; Sinatra; Crosby; Sammy Davis Jr.; Hi-Lo's; Lou Monte; Clark Dennis; McGuire Sisters; Debbie Reynolds. Reprise FS-2015. 12.00

90.*FLOWER DRUM SONG: (Rodgers & Hammerstein). Col OQ-433. (original Broadway cast) 10.00

91.*GEORGE M: (Cohan; Stewart). Broadway Cast - Joel Grey et.al. Col OQ-1023. 8.00

92.*GIGI: (Lerner & Loewe). MGM STC-3641. 12.00

93.*GREASE: (Jacobs; Casey). Original Cast. [D] MGM 3602 005-A. 12.00

94.+GUYS & DOLLS (Loesser) - Robert Alda; Vivian Blaine; Levene. Decca ST74-9023. 12.00

95.+LOST IN THE STARS: (Anderson; Weill). Decca ST74-9120. (this is the 1st copy I've had of this on tape) 24.00

96.*MAN OF LA MANCHA: (Leigh; Darion). Kapp KTA-41109. 10.00

97.*MY FAIR LADY: (Lerner & Loewe). Harrison; Andrews; London, 2-1-59. Col OQ-310. 14.00

98.*SOUTH PACIFIC: Seventeen selections by "Reprise Repertory Theatre" - Jo Stafford; Sinatra; Crosby; Sammy Davis Jr.; Hi-Lo's; Dinah Shore; Rosemary Clooney; McGuire Sisters; Keely Smith. Reprise FS-2018. 12.00

99.*STOP THE WORLD I WANT TO GET OFF. OrigBroadway Cast. London LAN-85001. 12.00

100.*STUDENT PRINCE: (Romberg). Peters; Peerce; Tozzi; Allers/Orch. Col OQ-580. 10.00

101.*SWEENEY TODD: (Sondheim). Complete musical, with complete libretto; original cast (Lansbury; Cariou). RCA EBPZ-3379(2). 30.00

102.* KING AND I: (Rodgers & Hammerstein) - Yul Brynner; Gertrude Lawrence; et. al. Decca ST74-9008. 12.00


Open Reels: Plays
103.*A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM: The Marlowe Society & Professional Players directed by George Rylands (cast members not identified). [3 3/4-ips; equivalent of 3 LP's (112 minutes)] London LSS-86004(3). 12.00

104.*HAMLET: The Marlowe Society & Professional Players directed by George Rylands (individual cast members not identified). [3 3/4-ips; equivalent of 5 LP's (206 minutes)] London LSS-86005(5). 12.00


Open Reels: Miscellaneous Non-Classical
105.*101 STRINGS: Million Seller Hits from the Golden Age of the Bands. [3 3/4] Audio Spectrum ASE-5092. 8.00

106.*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

107.*101 STRINGS: Soul of the Blues. [3 3/4 ips] Audio Spectrum ASE-5048. 8.00

108.*ACKER BILK: Mr. Acker Bilk & Bent Fabric - Together!. [3 3/4] General Recorded Tape, Inc. GRT-175. 8.00

109.*ACKER BILK: Stranger on the Shore. With Leon Young String Chorale. [3 3/4 ips] General Recorded Tape, Inc. GRT-129. 8.00

110.*AL CAIOLA: The Power of Brass. [3 3/4 ips] United Art UAX-6666. 8.00

111.*AN EVENING WITH RUSS MORGAN: Three hours (at 3 3/4 ips) of music (total of fifty-three selections). Tape-Mates TMS-115(3). 12.00

112.*APRIL IN PORTUGAL: Twelve selections sung by A Severa (touted here as "The leading Fado singers of Portugal"). Monitor MRC-374. 12.00

113. BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS: Blood, Sweat & Tears. Col CQ-1057. (minor box damage) 16.00

114.*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



Open Reels: Miscellaneous Non-Classical - continued
115.*EXOTIC INTERNATIONAL: PERCUSSION. Berlingeri & His Percussive Harpsichord and His Orchestra. [I didn't make that up] Pickwick P4T-407. 16.00

116.*FERRANTE & TEICHER: Killing Me Softly. United Art UST-118-C. (minor box dent) 8.00

117.*GABOR SZABO: 1969. [3 3/4 ips] Skye 36-9-F. 8.00

118.*IAN FRASER: For the Young at Heart. [part of the Richmond Percussive Stereo Series] Richmond RPX-49009. (minor box dent) 12.00

119.*JOHN DAVIDSON: The Time of My Life. Col CQ-897. 12.00

120.*KNUCKLES O'TOOLE: Sing a Song with Knuckles O'Toole. [Produced by Enoch Light - box shows copyright of 1960, so probably before his work with Command; no engineer listed] Grand Award GA 4T-235. 12.00

121.*LIVING VOICES: Positively 4th Street and Other Message Folk Songs. Camden CTR-947. 12.00

122.*MANTOVANI: To Lovers Everywhere. [3 3/4 ips] London LEM-70187. 10.00

123.*PERCY FAITH: Windmills of Your Mind & Other Great Movie Themes (including Lion in Winter, Funny Girl, Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, six more. [3 3/4 ips] Col HC-1152. 12.00

124.*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

125.*REALISTIC AUDIOPHILE SERIES LATINO. [3 ¾ ips] Realistic 51-3054. 7.00

126.*REALISTIC AUDIOPHILE SERIES: MAGIC MOMENTS. [3 ¾] Realistic 51-3053. 7.00

127.*REALISTIC AUDIOPHILE SERIES: POP DANCE FAVORITES. [3 3/4] Realistic 51-3057. 7.00

128.*REALISTIC AUDIOPHILE SERIES: POP ORGAN. George Wright. [3 3/4 ] Realistic 51-3051. 7.00

129.*ROBERT GOULET: Begin to Love. Col CQ-734. 12.00

130.*ROBERT GOULET: Both Sides Now. Col CQ-1085. 12.00

131.*ROBERT GOULET: Hollywood Mon Amour. Col CQ-955. 12.00

132.*ROGER WILLIAMS: Golden Hits. Kapp KTC-3530. 12.00

133.*ROOFTOP SINGERS: Walk Right In. Vanguard VTC-1660. 12.00

134.*RUSS MORGAN AND HIS ORCH: Music in the Morgan Manner. Everest T-41054. 12.00

135.*SHEP FIELDS: Shep Fields & His Rippling Rhythm in Hi-Fi. Omegatape ST-7034. (a little writing on box) 12.00

136.*STAN GETZ & JOAO GILBERTO: Getz/Gilberto. Verve VSTC-317. (minor box damage and tape repair) 12.00

137.*THE FIFTH DIMENSION: Portrait. Bell X-6045. 10.00

138.*THE SOULFUL STRINGS: In Concert. [3 3/4 ips] Cadet 35-820. 8.00

139.*THE SOULFUL STRINGS: Paint it Black. [3 3/4 ips] Cadet 35-776. 8.00

140.*THEODORE BIKEL: Sings More Jewish Folk Songs. Electra ETC-1502. 10.00

141.*TIJUANA BRASS: The Beat of the Brass. A&M OR-4146. 12.00

142.*TONY "THE BARON" CROMBIE: Swing Low - Swing Easy. Richmond RPX-49004. 12.00

143.*TONY MOTTOLA: Guitar U.S.A. [3 3/4 ips] Command R4T3-908. 8.00

144.*TONY MOTTOLA: Joins the Guitar Underground. [3 3/4 ips] Project 3 X-5035. 8.00

145.*TONY MOTTOLA: Love Songs - Mexico/S.A. [3 3/4] Command 889. 8.00

146.*TONY MOTTOLA: Roman Guitar, Volume Two. [3 3/4] Command 836. 8.00

147.*TONY MOTTOLA: Rome Oggi - Rome Today. [3 3/4 ips] Project 3 68-5032 F. 8.00


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