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


LP's: Operatic & Choral Highlights



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LP's: Operatic & Choral Highlights
326.*BIZET: Carmen (exc). de los Angeles; Gedda; Micheau; Blanc; Beecham/ORTF. Capitol SG-7222. A- 8.00

327.*DONIZETTI: Lucia di Lammermoor (exc). Sutherland; Merrill; Siepi; Pritchard/ASCR. London OS-25702. A-(FFSS labels; blue-backed jacket) 10.00

328. GIORDANO: Andrea Chenier (exc). di Stefano; Fineschi; Savarese; Boni; Rigacci/unidentfied company. [Live, 1962; NL; bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-278. A- 8.00

329. 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

330. MOZART: Abduction from the Seraglio (exc). Berger; Anders; Heger/Berlin State Opera. [recorded 1942] BASF 10 21495-8. A- to A 10.00

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331. MOZART: Abduction from the Seraglio (exc). Berger; Wulf; Ludwig; Schmidt-Isserstedt/Hamburg. [1946] VERDI: Aida (exc). Nemeth; Thorborg; Mazaroff; Bruno Walter/Vienna Opera. [bl cov; 1937] EJS 574. B 8.00

332. 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+ 9.00

333. PUCCINI: La Fanciulla del West (exc). Caniglia; Lauri-Volpe; De Falchi; Meletti; di Fabritis/Rome Opera. [Live, 1951; bl cov] Golden Age of Opera EJS 308. B+ 11.00

334. 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

335. STRAUSS: Elektra (exc). Goltz; Hongen; Frantz; Solti/Bavarian State Orch. Decca DL-9723. A-- 16.00

336. VERDI: Der Troubadour (Trovatore excerpts sung in German). Scheppan; Schilp; Rosvaenge; Schmitt-Walter; Rother/Berlin Opera. [recorded 1942] BASF 10 21499-0. A- to A 10.00

337. VERDI: Macbeth (exc). Varnay; Petroff; Penno; Tajo; Gui/unidentified company. [Live, 1951; bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-299. A- 10.00

338. 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

339. 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

340. VERDI: Otello (excerpts sung in German). Rosvaenge; Reining; Reinmar; Waldenau; Elmendorff/BSOO & Cho. [recorded in 1943] BASF KBB-21360. A- to A 9.00

341. VERDI: Rigoletto (exc). Conner; di Stefano; Valdengo; Cellini/Mexico City. [live, 1948; no notes; in blank cover] Golden Age of Opera EJS 559. B 9.00

342. 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

343. WAGNER: Die Walkure, Act I. Caballe; Cassilly; Salminen; Wallet/Barcelona. [Live, 1977] HRE 224. A- 10.00

344.+WAGNER: Die Walkure and Gotterdammerung (excerpts). Varnay; Windgassen; Greindl; Ludwig/BVRS; Berlin Radio Orch. [German-only notes] Heliodor 89 800. A- to A 10.00

345. 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

346. WAGNER: Meistersinger (Act II). Manowarda; Teschemacher; Franz; Reinecke; Rohs; Weisbach/Unidentified Orch. [Live; May 22, 1938; 125th anniversary of the opera's premiere; bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-321. A- 11.00

347. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde (exc). Flagstad; Anday; Lorenz; Weber; Schoeffler; de Sabata/unidentified company. [live, 1948; blank jacket; NL] Unique Opera UORC-260. A- 9.00

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348.*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

349. WAGNER: Walkure, Act I. Nilsson; Svanholm; Greindl; Schmidt-Isserstedt/Hamburg Radio. [Live, 1955] HRE 347. FS 10.00

350. WAGNER: Walkure (Act II). Flagstad; Lehmann; Meisle; Schorr; Reiner/San Francisco Opera. [Live; 11-13-1936; NL; blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera EJS 234. B 9.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections
351.*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 24.00

352.*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

353.*CONTEMPORARY CHORAL MUSIC: DAVID BEDFORD - Two Poems. LIGETI - Lux Aeterna. ARNE MELLNAS - Succsim. MAREK KOPELENT - Matka. Franz/NDR Choir. DGG 137 004. A- to A 11.00

354. DONIZETTI TENORS: Donizetti arias sung by Bondino, Kozma, Bertocci, Tei, Alva, Pontiggia, Jimenez, Filacuridi, Aragall, Tagliavini, Ferrein, Mori, Grilli & Bottion. [bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-109. A-- 13.00

355. 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 conductors/orchs. Telefunken 6.48016(2). A-(c/c) 16.00

356.*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 9.00

357.*GRANDI VOCI DELL'ARENA VERONA: Volume 2: Arias sung 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 Arena di Verona Orch. Cime ANC-25004. A- to A 9.00

358. GREAT BRITISH SOPRANOS: Selections sung by Agnes Nicholls, Miriam Licette, Joan Cross, Eva Turner, Mary Garden (Debussy accompanies on piano), Maggie Teyte(2), Isobel Baillie, Elsie Suddaby(2), Dora Labbette(3: Beecham accompanies on piano) and Gwen Catley. EMI HLM-7033. A- 12.00



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359. GREAT SINGERS IN PREVIOUSLY UNPUBLISHED RECORDINGS: Matzenauer, Tetrazzini, McCormack, Galli-Curci, Schipa, Tibbett, Crooks, Garden, Bjoerling, Kipnis, Melchior & Chaliapin. Voce 88. FS 15.00

360.*NEW YORK PRO MUSICA: Early Baroque Music of Italy (vocal & instrumental). Works of Monteverdi(5), Frescobaldi(3), Turini & Girolama dall Cassa. Noah Greenberg directs. Decca DL-79425. A- 9.00

361. OPENING NIGHTS AT THE MET: Historic Recordings of Metropolitan Opera Stars Re-creating Their Celebrated Opening Night Roles. Artists: Berger; Bjoerling; Bori; Caruso; De Luca; Destinn; Eames; Farrar; Flagstad; Galli-Curci; Homer; Jeritza; Martinelli; Melba; Melchior; Merrill; Milanov; Peerce; Peters; Pinza; Pons; Ponselle; Rethberg; Sayao; Scotti; Sembrich; Stevens; Tibbett; Traubel; Valletti; Vinay; Warren. [Limited edition album (this copy is #1169) includes lavishly-illustrated 50-page booklet with a page of notes on each recorded aria and a listing of opening night operas and casts, 1883-1965; also includes a 2-inch X 3-inch piece of the curtain from the Old Met; only listed in Schwann from October 1966 until May 1967] RCA LM-6171(3). A- 45.00

362. POTPOURRI #21: Arias sung by Masini(4), Rethberg(3), Sack(2), Lehmann(4), Bori(3), Pauly, Jeritza & Melchior. Conductors inc Reiner, Ormandy, Klemperer, Black & Rapee. [rec 1937-38; blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera EJS 425. A- 13.00

363. SOUVENIRS OF MEYERBEER, VOL 2: Arias & duets by Lafargue, Gresse, Singher, Norena, Fugere, Cannetti, Journet, De Angelis, Carlyle, de Montalant & Homer. [rec 1905-54] International Record Collectors' Club IRCC L-7038. A- 18.00
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364.*AMELING: German Romantic Songs - Schumann(2), Schubert(2), Wolf(2), Mahler, Reger, Mendelssohn, Brahms(2), Franz, Strauss(4), Pfitzner, Loewe. Baldwin, piano. Philips 9500 350. A- to A 10.00

365.*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

366.*AMELING: Mozart - Exsultate, Jubilate; Dulcissimum Convivium; Laudate Dominum; Concert Arias: K.217, 374 & 486a. Leppard/ECO. Philips 6500 006. A- to A(c/c) 10.00

367.*AMELING: Wolf - Songs from the Italian Songbook, plus two Morike-Lieder. Baldwin, piano. Philips 802 919. A- to A 10.00

368.*AMELING: Serenata - Songs of Tosti, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Dowlan, Quilter, Nakada, Marx, Schumann, Wolf, Satie, Hahn(2), Satie, Bizet, Gounod, Chabrier & Obradors(2). Jansen, piano. [dig] Philips 412 216. A- to A 10.00

369.*AMELING: Souvenir - Songs of Purcell, Ives, Schoenberg, Hahn, Liszt, Britten, Vuillermoz, Rachmaninoff, Martin, Rossini, Rodrigo, Hullebroeck, Weldon, Canteloube, Sibelius & Nakada. (whew) Baldwin, piano. Col M-35119. A- 12.00

370. ANDERSON: Arias - La Favorita, Samson & Jeanne d'Arc; Heav'n Heav'n. THELMA CARPENTER and THE HARMONAIRES: Joshua Fit de Battle of Jericho; Swing Low; Deep River. [10-inch] Varsity 6986. C(distorts on loudest notes) 6.00

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371.*ASPINALL: (Michael): "The Surprising Soprano." Victorian Ballads(5), Italian Songs(3), Operetta Arias(3), seven more items. Kenny, piano. [Live recital, 1976; falsetto spoofs of famous singers of the past; only the second copy I've ever seen!] London OS-26537. A- 20.00

372. BACCALONI: Selections from Don Pasquale, Matrimonio Segreto, Italiana, Barber, Elisir(2). With Gerace; Valentino; Landi; Jurgen-Walther/Concord Philharmonia. Concord 3008. B+ 23.00

373. BAMPTON: Arias - Alceste, Semiramide, Cenerentola, Don Giovanni, Aida, Tosca, Ernani, Herodiade. Camden CAL-293. A--(minor jacket tape repair) 23.00

374.*BATTLE: Music for Voice & Guitar: Works of Dowland, Bach, Granados, Villa-Lobos (Aria from BB #5), Falla; Three Brazilian Songs; Six Spirituals. Parkening, guitar. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-37351. A- to A 6.00

375.*BEHRENS: Arias - Walkure (Act 1, Scene 3); Dutchman; Tristan; Cosi; Ariadne. [misc conductors/companies; live, 1976-80] Legendary LR-129. A- 12.00

376.*BERGANZA: Rossini Arias - Barber(2), Italiana(3), Stabat Mater, Semiramide, Cenerentola. Berganza; Gibson/LSO. London OS-25106. A-(FFSS labels; blue-backed cover) 10.00

377.*BERGANZA: Zarzuela Arias (10). Misc conductors/orchestras. [German-only notes] Acanta 40.29 398. A- to A 9.00

378.*BERMAN (KAREL): Arias - Don G, Bartered Bride, Cunning Little Vixen, Lamentation of Jeremiah, Rheingold, Jacobin, Siegfried. Supraphon 1 12 2400. A- 12.00

379.*BLACHUT: (Beno; tenor): Songs of Dvorak (16). Pohlreich, piano. [Czech-only notes] Supraphon 1112 3348. A- 9.00

380.*BLANC: (Ernest): Arias - Barber, Otello, Ballo, Samson, Tannhauser(2), Pag, Puritani, Thais & Figaro. Pretre/PCO. [French-only notes] Pathe DTX-310. B+ 27.00

381. 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

382.*BRUSON: Arias - Macbeth, Vespri, Ballo, Forza, Don Carlos, Otello. [All live, 1973-1980; mostly with Abbado or Muti] Legendary LR-134. A- 14.00

383. BRUSON: Selections from Thais (11; live, 1978; Elena Mauti Nunziata as Thais) and I Due Foscari(live, 1979). [blank jackets; no notes] Private RB-1(2). A- 23.00

384. BRUSON: Songs of Tosti(4), DiCapua, Respighi, Donizetti, Gluck & Martini; Duet from Macbeth (Sass). [Live; 1977-80] RB 2. A- 16.00

385.*CABALLE: Donizetti Rarities - First recordings of arias & scenes from Torquato Tasso; Gemma di Vergy, Parisina & Belisario. Cillario/LSO (w/other soloists & Ambrosian Opera Cho in two). RCA LSC-3164. A- 8.00

386. CABALLE: Houston Concert; October 21, 1967: Arias - Giulio Cesare(2), Tancredi, Donna del Lago, 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

387. CALLAS: Arias from Puritani(3), Traviata(5); Tristan - Liebestod. [conductor/orchestra not identified on outside of jacket] Fonit Cetra SFC-133. FS 12.00

388.*CALLAS: Verdi Arias - Otello(3), Aroldo(2), Don Carlo(2). Rescigno/PCO. [blue labels] Angel S-36221. A- 10.00



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389.*CALLAS: The Art of Maria Callas - Arias from Barber, Lucia, Macbeth, Don Carlo, Otello, Tosca, Damnation, Louise & Carmen. [nice booklet & records enclosed in deluxe slipcase] [blue labels] Angel SB-3696(2). A- 20.00

390. CEBOTARI: Scenes from Madama Butterfly & La Boheme. Anders; Roswaenge; Rother/Berlin Radio Orch. Urania URLP-7105. B+ 12.00

391. CERVINKOVA: (Ludmila): Arias - Bartered Bride, Libuse, Devil & Kate, Eva, Figaro, Freischutz, Prince Igor & Forza. [recorded 1947-54] Panton 8016 0308. A- 12.00

392. CHIAIA: (Giovanni): Arias - Norma(3); Trovatore; Ernani; Iris; Carmen; Forza; Tosca. TOMMASO ALCAIDE: Mignon(2). ROSWAENGE: Balkanliebe. TUY CAZENAVE: Walkure(2). OASI 640. A- 8.00

393.*CHRISTOFF: Bulgarian & Russian Chants (9). Konstantinov/Alexander Nevsky Cathedral Choir. Balkanton KKX-1006. A-(scr tks through much of band 1, side 1) 9.00

394.*CHRISTOFF: Glinka Songs. Labinsky, pf. [blue labels] Angel S-36133. A- 18.00

395. CHRISTOFF: Mussorgsky - Songs & Dances of Death; Scenes and arias from Macbeth, Don Carlo & Boris. [Live concert with orchestra, 1980] HRE 328. FS 8.00

396. DAMAEV: (Vasilii): Arias - Sadko(3), May Night(4), Pique Dame, Nero, Samson, Pag, Dobrynia Nikitich, Cherevichki & Halka. Rubini GV-30. A- 12.00

397. DE LUCA: Arias - Rinaldo, Figaro, Barber, Puritani, Elisir, Favorita, Trovatore, Traviata, Ballo, Forza. Don Carlos(2), Faust & Herodiade. Cantilena 6224. A- 9.00

398. DE LUCA: Town Hall Recital: January 11, 1947 (Werner Singer, piano). Golden Jubilee Concert: November 7, 1947 (King, piano). [No notes (as issued); in blank box] Golden Age of Opera EJS 122(3). B+ to A- 27.00

399. DEBICKA: (Hedwig): Arias - Paride ed Elena, Bach Cantata #202, Mozart Mass in c, Rosenkavalier (live, 1928), Traviata, Tales, Faust & Rigoletto; Ries song. Club 99 CL-99-17. A- 7.00

400. DERMOTA: Arias - Magic Flute, Barber of Bagdad, Evangelimann, Manon(2), Glockchen des Eremiten (Maillard), Africaine, Tales, Macbeth, Pag, Turandot, Rondine, Tosca, Jenufa, Bartered; Songs of Wolf, Schumann & Strauss. [recorded 1948-53] Melodram MEL-090(2). A-(slight stains on fold-open album) 16.00

401. DERMOTA: Schumann - Songs from Myrthen and Liederkreis. Hilde Dermota, piano. [British pressing] Telefunken LGX-66023. A- 12.00

402.*DI STEFANO: "O Marenariello." Songs of De Curtis(3), Di Capua, Persico, Tagliaferri e Valente, Palardi, Lama, Nardella, Cioffi, Lama, D'Annibale. Olivieri/Orch. [Italian notes only] Italian Seraphim 3C033-17220. A- 12.00

403.*DI STEFANO: O Solo Mio. Songs of Mario, De Curtis(2), Cardillo, Tagliaferri, Di Capua, Tosti, Falvo & Bellini. Olivieri/Orch. [Italian notes only] Italian Seraphim 3C033-17161. A- 12.00

404.*DVORAKOVA: Wagner Arias - Tannhauser, Tristan(2), Walkure, Siegfried & Gotterdammerung. Vasata/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50799. A- 10.00

405. EAMES: Arias - Lohengrin, Cav, Tosca, Faust(5); Songs of Bach, Massenet, Hollman, Faure, Boehm, Hahn, Schubert(2); Star-Spangled Banner. [recorded 1905-11] Cantilena 6221. A-- 10.00

406. FARRAR: Arias - Butterfly(8), Tosca, Thais, Mignon(2), Carmen & Tannhauser. [recorded 1907-18] Rubini GV-530. A- 12.00



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407.*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

408.*FARRELL: "This Fling Called Love." Twelve popular songs. Percy Faith/His Orch. Col CS-8539. A-- 10.00

409.*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

410. FERRIER: Arias of Bach(4) & Handel(4). Boult/LPO. London 5083. A- 12.00

411.*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

412.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Schoeck Songs (15). Weber, piano. [tulip labels] DGG 138 013. A- 14.00

413.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Schubert - Winterreise; Six Songs. Demus, piano. [In early deluxe, oversize box] [tulip labels] DGG 139 201/02(2). A- to A 16.00

414.*FLAGSTAD: Farewell Performance: March 20, 1955 - Carnegie Hall. WAGNER: Arias from Walkure, Act I (2); Wesendonck Songs; Tristan - Prelude & Liebestod; Gotterdammerung - Brunnhilde's Immolation. Edwin McArthur/Symphony of the Air, who also play Dutchman Overture; Good Friday Spell; Dawn & Siegfried's Rhine Journey. [Lovely presentation in deluxe oversized album with copy of the concert program and handsome booklet. Limited Edition; #1091. Labels state "engineered for stereo," but to my ears the set sounds like excellent, solid mono; as with virtually every copy I've seen, the spine is split where it folds open; the new owner can decide whether to repair this with tape or leave it alone] Orfeo Sonic SDST-3(3). A-(see preceding re spine) 65.00

415.*FLAGSTAD: Songs from Norway (by Grieg, Eggen, Alnaes & Lie). Fjeldstad/LSO. London OS-25103. A- 11.00

416. FORMICHI: Arias - Andrea, Rigoletto(2), Gioconda, Piccolo Marat, Glu Zingari(2), Zulma, Otello, Tosca(2) & Thais; Songs of Hahn & de Fontenailles. OASI 512. A- 7.00

417. FRANTZ: Loewe Ballads (8). Altmann, piano. [recorded 1956; German-only notes] Electrola 1C047-29 149. A- to A 8.00

418.*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

419. 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

420. GIGLI: Arias - Pag, Rigoletto, Tosca, Boheme, Elisir, Aida, Manon, Carmen, Pecheurs, Xerxes, Faust; Bizet Agnus Dei. [recorded 1931-37] Odeon E-80 893. A- 10.00

421. 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

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422. GRANFORTE: Arias - Rigoletto(4), Traviata, Tannhauser, Trovatore, Gioconda, Aida & Otello(2). [recorded 1928-32; Italian-only notes] Italian Odeon QALP-5338. A- 8.00

423.*HAGEGARD: Arias - Pag, Faust, Rigoletto, Tintomara(Werle), Pique Dame, Cosi, Tannhauser, Iphigenie, Don Carlos. Caprice CAP-1062. A- to A 9.00

424. HARSHAW: Wagner - Siegfried's Funeral Music & Immolation Scene. Ormandy/Phila, who also play Prelude, Liebesnacht & Liebestod from Tristan. [recorded 1952] Col ML-4742. B+("6-eyes" labels) 12.00

425. HIOLSKI: Schubert - Schwanengesang. Marchwinski, piano. Muza XL-0695. A--(c/c) 10.00

426.*HOLLWEG: Songs of Adams, Abt, Stoltz, Tauber, Bohm, Martini, Giordani, Handel; Irish folk song; Arias - Xerxes & Rinaldo. Froschauer/Vienna Sym. [German-only notes] German RCA RL-30414. A- 9.00

427.*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

428.*HOTTER: German Songs - Schubert(9), Schumann(5); Strauss(2). Moore, piano. Sera S-60025. A- 8.00

429. JEPSON: From 12-inch Victors (all with Smallens/Orch) - Arias from Louise, Thais, Caponsacchi (Hageman; two arias), Tosca & Traviata. From 10-inch Victors (all with Eaver, piano) - Songs of Foote, Johnstone(2), West, Warren, Nevin, Barton, Schumann(2), Decker, Davis(5), Rachmaetieff, Damrosch, Fairlamb, Brahms(2), Brown, Wood, Haydn, Gauntlett, Mendelssohn, Butler, Busch; misc carols & folk songs. Parnassus PAR-1021. A- 10.00

430. JURINAC: Arias - Idomeneo(2), Figaro(4), Fidelio, Bartered Bride(2), Joan of Arc(Tchaikovsky). Misc conds/orchs. EMI HQM-1024. A-- 10.00

431. 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

432. KOTH: Arias - Ariadne auf Naxos, Seraglio(3), Don Giovanni(2), Flute(2). Schuchter; Matzerath; BPO. [In print 10/58 - 10/60] Capitol G-7114. A--(occ tks sd 1) 11.00

433. KURENKO: Chopin Songs (17). Hufstader Lyrichord LL-23. B++ 11.00

434. LEHMANN: Schumann - Frauenliebe & Leben; Dichterliebe. Bruno Walter, piano. Col ML-4788. A-("2-eyes" labels; jacket has neat tape repair) 10.00

435. LEISNER: Arias - St. Matthew, Carmen, Tristan, Serse & Rheingold; Songs of Becker, Handel, Strauss, Brahms, Schubert(2). Club 99 CL-99-62. A- 10.00

436.*LUDWIG: Mahler Songs (12; Album #2). Moore, piano. Sera S-60070. A- 8.00

437. 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

438. MAZZOLENI: (Ester): Arias - Norma(2), Africaine, Aida(2), Gioconda(2), La Wally, Loreley(2), Siberia & Tosca. [recorded 1909-15; German-only notes] Court Opera CO-347. A- 9.00

439. MELBA: Arias - Il Re Pastore, Lohengrin, Louise & Faust; Songs - Claribel, Foster, Scott, Bishop(2), Ronald, Bemberg(2), Chausson, Debussy & Bourget. Cantilena 6207. A- 8.00



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440. MELCHIOR: Arias - Meistersinger, Walkure(2), Lohengrin, Tannhauser, Liden Kirsten(2), Africaine; Songs of Wagner, Bechgaard, Andersen, Bonnen, Strauss & Sjoberg. Rococo 5318. A- 9.00

441. 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- 12.00

442.*MILASHKINA: Arias - Don Carlo, Aida(2), Forza, Trovatore(2). Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre Orch. Melodiya C-01199-200. A- 12.00

443. 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

444.*MOUSKOURI: (Nana): Songs of the British Isles (12). Goraguer/Orch. Canadian Philips 9101 024. A- 9.00

445. MRAZ: (Ladislav, baritone): Arias - Faust, Beatrice & Benedict, Prince Igor, Freischutz, The Lantern (Novak), Meistersinger. Czech Radio Orch; misc conductors. [mono only, I believe] Supraphon SUA-10539. A- 12.00

446. MUNTEANU: Songs: Scarlatti(2), Caccini, Bellini(3), Schubert, Debussy(6) & Bartok. Symposium 1008. A- 11.00

447.*NILSSON: Wagner - Wesendonck Lieder; Arias - Rienzi, Dei Feen, Dutchman. Davis/LSO. Philips 6500 294. A- to A 10.00

448.*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

449. PAULY: (Rose): Strauss - Scenes from Electra (3), Egyptian Helen(2), Salome; two songs. [Jacket states that this is an "Exclusive Edition Authorized by Miss Pauly"] International Record Collectors' Club IRCC L-7018. B- 16.00

450.*PAVAROTTI: Arias - William Tell, Bellini, Don Pasquale, Mefistofele, Trovatore, Gioconda, Boheme, Arlesiana, Maristella. Rescigno/VSOO; Magiera/NPO. London OS-26192. FS 8.00

451.*PETROV: Arias: Prince Igor & Dargomyzhsky Rusalka. [Russian-only notes] Melodiya 33C-01317-18. A-- 8.00

452. PINZA: Arias - Boris(3), Don Carlos, Simon, Gioconda, Barber, Don Giovanni(2), Norma, Mignon, Juive, Boheme. Odyssey Y-31148. FS 8.00

453. PINZA: Arias - Ernani, Roberto, Le Caid, Don Carlo, Norma, Faust, Figaro, Magic Flute, Juive(2), Trovatore & Verdi Requiem. [recorded 1927-39] English RCA VIC-1217. A- 16.00

454. PINZA: Arias - Mose, Norma(2), Puritani, Lucia, Favorita(2), Juive(2), Faust(2), Mignon, Trovatore(2), Forza, Simon, Mefistofele(2), Verdi Requiem. [recorded 1923-24] EMI HLM-1435561. A- 12.00

455. POELL: Beethoven - An die Ferne Geliebte; 8 more songs. Graef, piano. West XWN-18706. A- 18.00

456. POELL: Mahler - Five Ruckert Lieder. FELBERMAYER: Five Wunderhorn Songs. Prohaska/VSOO. Van VRS-421. A--(brief tks sd 2) 11.00

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457.*POPP: Songs of Dvorak(4), Kodaly(4), Janacek(9) & Prokofiev(4). Parsons, piano. [German-only notes] Acanta 40 23 330. A- to A 12.00

458. 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

459. RADFORD: Arias - Acis & Galatea, Magic Flute, Seraglio(2), Tempest, Queen of Sheba, Samson, Faust, Meistersinger, Philemon & Baucis, Boris; songs of Sullivan, Holst, Trad; two Hungarian folk songs. [rec 1909-27] EMI HLM-7054. A- 12.00

460. ROBIN: "Souvenirs de la Belle Epoque." - Songs of Chatau, Bosc(2), Koechlin, Marchetti, Renard(2), Martini, Martini, Koechlin, Rico & Haydn-Wood; excerpts from Fille du Regiment & Pardon de Ploermel. Etcheverry/Colonne Orch; Dervaux/Paris Opera Orch. [French-only notes] Pathe DT-25026. A- 12.00

461. ROBIN: Arias - Lucia (Mad Scene), Puritani, Sonnambula, Mireille(2); Songs of Adam & Alabieff. Fistoulari/LPO; Blareau/New Sym. London 5925. A- 8.00

462. ROBIN: Arias - Magic Flute(2), Manon Lescaut; Songs of Grieg (Peer Gynt), Koechlin, Delibes, dell'Acqua(2), Fevrier, Gallini, Benedict, Grothe & Richepin. [French-only notes; rec 1942-49] Pathe 2C061-12096. A- 12.00

463. RYSANEK: Scenes & Arias - Dutchman(2); Walkure (Loveduet, Act I; Suthaus; Furtwangler); Aida(2); Forza; Cav; Tiefland; Arabella; Rosenkavalier(2). Schuchter/Misc Orchs. [Recorded 1952-55] Electrola 1C147-29 150/51(2). A- 12.00

464. SARI: (Ada): Arias - Dinorah, Huguenots(2), Traviata, Butterfly, Boheme, Puritani, Sonnambula(2); songs of Mozart & J.Strauss. OASI 609. FS 8.00

465. SARI: (Ada; soprano): Arias - Lakme, Lucia(2), Barber, Traviata; Songs of Mozart, J.Strauss, Karlowicz & Friemann. [misc orchs & pianists] Muza SX-1275. A- 8.00

466.*SASS: Operetta Songs - Czardas Princess, Giuditta, Dubarry, Belle Helene, Countess Maritza, Glorious Lady, Merry Widow, Pompadour & Gypsy Baron. Sebestyen/Hungarian Radio Orch & Cho. Hungaroton SLPX-16607. A- 10.00

467. SENIUS: Arias - Elisir, Don Giovanni, Cosi, Creation, St. Paul; Songs of Beethoven, Ries, Brahms(2) & Liszt. Discophilia KG-S-2. A- 8.00

468.*SILLS: Handel - Excerpts from Semele. Vanni, mezzo; Robert Shaw/Unnamed Orch & Cho. [Live; blank cover] MGS 102. A- 18.00

469.*SILLS: Bellini & Donizetti Heroines - Linda, Capuleti, Lucia, Roberto, Sonnambula, Rosmonda. Jalas/Vienna Volksoper. West WST-17143. A-(includes several reviews & concert programs) 12.00

470.*SINYAVSKAYA: (Tamara; mezzo): Songs of Tchaikovsky(6) & Rachmaninov(8). Reyentovich/Violinists' Ens of Bolshoi Theatre. Melodiya 33CM-03725-26. A- 12.00

471. 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

472. SOUEZ: Arias from Turandot, Adriana & Figaro; Songs of Respighi(3), Marcello, Guarnieri, Beethoven, Brahms, Grieg, Bayly, Niles & Beach. Simpson, piano. New Sound NS-5001. A- to B+ 23.00

473.*SOUZAY: Faure - Bonne Chanson; Poeme d;un Jour; Songs (8). Baldwin, piano. Epic BC-1122. A-(moderate cover scuffs & spine split repair) 12.00

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474. SOUZAY: Songs of Chausson(7), Ravel (Histoires Naturelles) & Faure (Five Verlaine Songs). Bonneau, piano. London LL-1519. B 35.00

475. SOVIERO: (Diana): Arias & Scenes from Boheme(3), Turandot, Pag(2), Giuditta, Carmen, Faust(2) & Traviata(3). HRE 331. A-(c/c) 8.00

476. STEFFE: (Edwin): Songs of Foster(2), Gershwin, Edwards, Porter, Bennett, Jacoby; arias from Pag & Andrea Chenier; selections from Most Happy Fella, South Pacific, Without a Song, Desert Song, Vagabond King. [recorded 1947-67] OASI 655. A- 9.00

477. STIGNANI: Arias - Trovatore, Favorita, Cav, Fedora, Carmen, Forza, Samson, Arlesiana, Gioconda & Norma. [Recorded 1927-50; Italian-only notes] Italian Odeon QCX-10510. FS 10.00

478. STIGNANI: Arias - Werther, Alceste, Orfeo, Samson, Semiramide, Gioconda, Ballo, Trovatore , Carlo. Votto/RAI Milan. [Italian-only notes] Odeon QALP-10144. A- 12.00

479.*STREISAND: "Classical Barbra" - Songs of Debussy, Canteloube, Wolf, Faure(2), Orff, Handel(2), Schumann & Ogerman. Ogerman/Col Sym. Col M-33452. A- 10.00

480. SWARTHOUT: Chausson - Poeme de l'Amour et de la Mer (Monteux/SFSO); French Art Songs [Berlioz, Hahn, Debussy, Duparc, Hillemacher, Clergue, Poulenc(3)] (Trovillo, piano). [recorded in 1952 and 1953] RCA LM-1793. A--(songs are B+; little writing on back cover) 25.00

481.*TATTERMUSCHOVA: (Helena): Arias - The Kiss; the Secret; The Jacobin; Ivan Sussanin; Tsar Saltan; Falstaff; Don Giovanni; Barber; Carmen; Faust. Misc orchs. [some items are in mono] Panton 8116 0084. A 10.00

482. TAUBER: Songs of Grieg(2), Tauber(3), Traditional, Kahn(2), Wood, Schubert(5), Woodforde-Finden(2), Arias from Lohengrin, Blossom Time & Land of Smiles. [from 1946, some from BBC, some from Toronto] ANNA 1070. A- 10.00

483. TAUBER: The Art of Richard Tauber: Fifty-one arias, songs, duets & scenes, recorded between 1919 and 1946. Transfers by Keith Hardwick; illustrated booklet includes full texts and notes on the recordings. EMI RLS-7700(3). A- 20.00



THEBOM: See #168, 320, 609 & 616.

484. TUCKER: Arias - Ballo, Manon Lescaut, Verdi Requiem, Andrea, Iris, Manon, Luisa, Trovatore. Cleva/Col Sym. Col ML-5062. A-(early "6-eyes" labels) 12.00

485.*TUCKER: Verdi Arias - Aida, Forza, Trovatore, Ballo, Luisa, Rigoletto, Lombardi, Vespri, Simon, Due Foscare. Santi/VSOO. Col MS-6668. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 12.00

486. VARNAY: Wagner Arias - Tannhauser, Lohengrin, Parsifal, Tristan, Walkure. Electrola Dacapo C 047-01 373. A- 9.00

487. WEEDE: Verdi Arias - Traviata, Don Carlo, Falstaff, Rigoletto(2), Trovatore, Otello & Ballo. Rescigno/Concert Arts Orch. Capitol P-8279. A-- 23.00

488.*WEIKL: Arias - Don Carlos, Rigoletto, Ballo, Otello, Macbeth, Forza, Traviata & Trovatore. Wallberg/Munich Radio Orch. [German-only notes; dig; DMM] Acanta 40.23 327. A- to A(minor cover scuffs) 8.00

489.*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

490. WELITSCH: Arias - Queen of Spades(2), Ballo(2), Merry Widow, Zigeunerliebe, Dubarry & Zarewitsch. Moralt/VSOO. London 5836. A- 9.00



491. ZABERS: (Janis; Latvian tenor; 1935-73): Arias - Tosca(2), Fanciulla, Cav(2), Pique Dame(3), Traviata, Rigoletto, Trovatore. Melodiya 031463-4. A- 12.00
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