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



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LP's: Conductors
1346.*ABBADO: Mahler - Symphony #1. CSO. [dig] DGG 2532 020. A- to A 7.00

1347. ACKERMAN: Smetana - The Moldau; From Bohemia's Meadows & Forests. PO. [10-inch; first photo I've ever seen of Ackerman, on back cover] South African (!) Columbia 22JC-1042. A-(Moldau)(Meadows/Forests is ticky at edge, then B+) 16.00

1348. ACKERMANN: Overtures to Secret of Susanna, The Kiss, Ernani, Alzira, Daughter of the Regiment, Il Pirata; pieces from Das Herz (Pfitzner), Edgar & Two Widows. SWDR Orch. [recorded 1953/4] Discophilia OAA-103. A- 16.00

1349. ANCERL: Beethoven - Symphony #5. CPO. Parliament PLP-136. FS! 12.00

1350.*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

ANSERMET: See #519, 520, 526, 532, 559, 560.

1351. AURIACOMBE: Bach Suites #2 & #4. Toulouse Ch Orch. [French-only notes; nice fold-open album] Vega C 30-S-322. A- 10.00

1352.*BARBIROLLI: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique. Halle Orch. Pye GSGC-2025. A- 12.00

1353. 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

1354. BARBIROLLI: Brahms - Symphony #2. NYP. Entre RL-3044. B 12.00

1355.*BARBIROLLI: Elgar - Enigma Variations; Cockaigne Overture. PO. [blue labels] Angel S-36120. A- 9.00



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1356. 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

1357.*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

1358.*BARENBOIM: Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole; Russian Easter Overture. Mussorgsky - Night on Bald Mountain. Borodin - Polovtsian Dances. CSO. [early Barenboim/Chicago - analog, late 70's] DGG 2536 379. A- to A 13.00

1359.*BARENBOIM: Schumann - The Four Symphonies; Konzertstuck for Four Horns (Clevenger; Oldberg; Howell; Schweikert); Manfred Overture. CSO. [quite early all-analog Barenboim/CSO: recorded 1975 (#4); 1977 (the rest)] DGG 2709 075(3). A- to A(former owner's name in neat ink on box front) 30.00

1360. BARLOW: Miniatures by Johann Strauss (10). CBS Sym. Entre RL-3020. B 9.00

1361. 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

1362. BEECHAM: Delius Centenary, Volume 1 - Dance Rhapsody #1; Summer Evening; Intermezzo & Serenade from "Hassan;" Prelude to "Irmelin;" Song of the High Hills. Leslie Jones, tenor; Freda Hart, soprano; Luton Choral Soc (in Song); RPO (in all). [recorded under the auspices of the Delius Trust, 1946-1952] EMI ALP-1889. A- 15.00

1363. BEECHAM: Delius Centenary, Volume 2 - Piano Concerto (Betty Humby Beecham); Violin Concerto (Jean Pougnet). RPO. [Recorded 1946. under the auspices of the Delius Trust. The piano concerto was available in US on RCA LVT-1045 (scarce!), but I don't believe the violin concerto ever saw issue in the US] EMI ALP-1890. A- 27.00

1364. BEECHAM: Goldmark - Sinfonia "Boda Campestre." Orquesta Filarmonica Real de Londres. [For the Beecham collector who wants everything: the issue on Mexican Columbia of his recording of the Rustic Wedding Symphony!] Mexican Columbia HC-13103. B+ to B(cover is a touch scuffy) 12.00

1365. BEECHAM: Handel-Beecham - Love in Bath. RPO. Angel 35504. A-(earliest U.S. red labels) 12.00

1366.*BEECHAM: Liszt - A Faust Symphony (Young, tenor; Beecham Choral Soc); Orpheus. RPO. Seraphim SIB-6017(2). A- 15.00

1367. BEECHAM: Schubert - Symphony #6. Grieg - Old Norwegian Romance with Variations; In Autumn Overture. RPO. Angel 35339. A-(British pressing but no dowel spine) 12.00

1368. BEECHAM: Sibelius - Swanwhite Suite (RPO; 12-8-55). Grieg - Symphonic Dances (RPO; 12-25-55). [Concert performances; third disc of what was originally a 3-disc set; blank jacket] Sirius 5023/sd5+6. A-(blank cover) 10.00

1369. BEECHAM: Sibelius - Symphony #6 (BSO; 1-27-52); Tempest Suite (Helsinki Sym; Sibelius Festival, 1954). [Live concerts; second disc of what was originally a three-disc set; blank jacket; Beecham's only recorded Sibelius 6th??] Sirius 5023/sd3+4. A-- 12.00



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1370. BEECHAM: Sibelius - Symphony #7; The Oceanides; Pelleas et Melisande. RPO. [th] Angel 35458. A- 10.00

1371. BEECHAM: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. RPO. [recorded 1947; Anthony Griffith transfer] World Record Club SH-1006. A- 20.00

1372. 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, all rec 1933-38 but the Haydn (RPO, 1948). [LP transfers by A.C.Griffith] World Record Club SH-1002. A- 25.00

1373. 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 #158, 172, 214, 326, 358, 827, 828, 1074, 1372, 1373, 1704.

1374.*BERNSTEIN: "Music of Our Time, Vol. 2." Foss - Phorion. Edison Denisov - Crescendo e Diminuendo. Schuller - Triplum. NYP. Col MS-7052. FS 12.00

1375. BERNSTEIN: Beethoven 5th - discussion and performance of 1st movement sketches (from 1950's Omnibus show). Walter/NYP play whole work. [fascinating!] Col CL-918. A--(red/black "6-eyes" labels) 18.00

1376.*BERNSTEIN: Copland - Symphony #3. NYP. Col MS-6954. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) 9.00

1377.*BERNSTEIN: Debussy - Images for Orchestra (complete). NYP. Col MS-6097. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 12.00

1378.*BERNSTEIN: Ives - Symphony #2; The Fourth of July. NYP. Col MS-6889. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) 9.00

1379.*BERNSTEIN: Schumann - Symphony #3. NYP. Col MS-6294. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels; s/s) 13.00

1380.*BERNSTEIN: Sibelius - Seven Symphonies. NYP. Col M5S-784(5). A-(minor box scuffs; discs pristine) 20.00



BERNSTEIN: See also #72, 73, 179, 183, 203, 227, 724, 814, 841, 903,

1011, 1051, 1167, 1193-4, 1278, 1645, 1670-1, 1705-10.

1381.*BOHM: Brahms - Symphony #2; Haydn Variations. VPO. DGG 2530 960. A- to A 12.00

1382.*BOHM: Brahms - Symphony #3; Alto Rhapsody (Ludwig). VPO. DGG 2530 992. A- to A 12.00

1383.*BOHM: Schubert - Symphony #1 & #2. BPO. DGG 2530 216. A- to A 12.00

1384.*BOHM: Schubert - Symphony #3 & #4. BPO. DGG 2530 526. A- to A 12.00

1385. BOULT: Handel - Water Music (complete). Philharmonic Promenade Orch. [first copy I've ever seen!] West XWN-18115. A- 12.00



BOULT: See also #65, 410, 524, 701, 745, 822, 850, 852-3, 859, 862-3, 865,

932, 1098, 1217, 1288, 1385, 1659.

1386. CELIBIDACHE: Haydn 104th. BPO. FRICSAY: Haydn 100th. RIAS. [Live, 1951 & 1954] I Grandi Con GCL-70. A- to A 9.00



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1387.*CLUYTENS: Franck - Les Eolides; Les Djinns; Redemption; Le Chasseur Maudit. Ciccolini (in Djinns); Belgian National Orch. [blue labels] Angel S-36151. A-(s/s) 9.00

1388. COATES: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. Prokofiev - Le Pas d'Acier. Ravel - La Valse. LSO. [recorded 1926-32] Encore E-302. A- 18.00

1389. COLLINS: Sibelius - Symphony #6; Pelleas & Melisande. LSO. London LL-1277. A- 12.00

1390. DESORMIERE: Ippolitov-Ivanov - Caucasian Sketches. Tchaikovsky - Sleeping Beauty Suite. PCO. London LL-440. A- 12.00

1391.*DOHNANYI: Dvorak - Symphony #9. CO. [dig] London 414 421-1. A- to A(Dutch pressing) 12.00

DORATI: See #34, 561-2, 565-6, 571, 573, 576-7, 579, 581, 586-89, 820,

871, 884, 1174, 1216, 1715.

1392. FIEDLER: Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture; Capriccio Italien. BPS. RCA LM-1134. B(early labels) 8.00



FIEDLER: See also #74, 154, 157, 159-60, 595-6, 616, 621, 670, 676, 680,

683, 688, 694, 720, 757, 759, 763, 773-4, 778, 793, 1392, 1720.

1393. FOURNET: Bizet - Patrie Overture; Carmen Suite #1. TOLDRA: Albeniz - Iberia. Lamoureux Orch. Epic LC-3068. B+ 9.00

1394.*FOURNET: Franck - Redemption; Les Eolides; Les Djinns (Maxian, piano); Le Chasseur Maudit. CPO. [excellent performances] Supraphon SUAST-50800. A- 10.00

FOURNET: See also #182 (AUTOGRAPH in opera libretto booklet)

1395. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #8; Leonore Overture #3. Stockholm Philharmonic. [Live, 1948; includes rehearsal segments from the overture; timpanist omits final bar in overture performance!] Unicorn WFS-5. A- 12.00

1396. FURTWANGLER: Strauss - Don Juan; Till Eulenspiegel. VPO. EMI ALP-1208. B+(Don Juan has little added nse fr small blems) 21.00

1397.+FURTWANGLER: Strauss - Till Eulenspiegel. Brahms - Haydn Variations. Mozart - Symphony #40, finale. Schubert - Symphony #8 (rehearsal segment). BPO. [The complete performances are stated to have come from live concerts, but there is no applause: perhaps from studio broadcasts; the rehearsal excerpt lasts about three minutes, includes a few spoken comments] Everest 3252. A- 21.00



FURTWANGLER: See also #312, 318-20, 463, 900, 1721.

1398.*GIULINI: Falla - El Amor Brujo (de los Angeles; PO). Ravel - Rapsodie Espagnole; Pavane. NPO. [blue labels] Angel S-36385. A- 12.00

1399.*GIULINI: Moussorgsky-Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition. Prokofiev - Classical Symphony. CSO. DGG 2530 783. A- to A 12.00

1400.*GIULINI: Schubert - Symphony #9. CSO. [wonderful!] DGG 2530 882. A- to A 12.00

1401. GOULD: Symphonic Serenade: Ketelby - In a Monastery Garden; In a Persian Market; In a Chinese Temple-Garden; In an Ozark Outhouse (no! just kidding!). Herbert - Suite of Serenades; Badinage; Yesterthoughts. Rochester "Pops" Orchestra. Col CL-560. A-(red "6-eyes" labels) 12.00

GOULD: See also (as composer or conductor) #644, 648, 657, 681, 755,

770, 810, 912, 948-51, 1725.

1402.*HAITINK: Brahms - Serenade #1. ACO. Philips 9500 322. A- to A 7.00

1403.*HAITINK: Bruckner - Symphony #2. ACO. Philips 802 912. A- to A 12.00

1404.*HAITINK: Bruckner - Symphony #3. ACO. Philips 835 217. A- to A 12.00



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1405.*HAITINK: Bruckner - Symphony #6. ACO. Philips 6500 164. A- to A 12.00

HAITINK: See also #872, 1199, 1620, 1650, 1657, 1658, 1688.

1406. HARTY: Walton - Symphony #1. LSO. [rec 1935] London 414 659. A- to A(Dutch pressing) 9.00

1407.*HEGER: Schumann - Symphony #3; Manfred Overture. Bamberg Sym. [German-only notes] Eurodisc 87 689. A- to A 10.00

1408. 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

1409.*JALAS: Sibelius - Tempest Suites #1 & #2; Scaramouche. Hungarian State Sym. London CS-6824. A- 9.00

1410. JOCHUM: Beethoven - Symphony #3. BPO Decca DL-9865. A- 15.00

1411. JOCHUM: Brahms - Symphony #2. BPO. Decca DL-9556. A--(1st 1/2-inch sd 1 is B) 10.00

1412.*JOCHUM: Bruckner - Symphony #3. BVRS. [Grand Prix du Disque] DGG 139 133. A- to A 12.00

1413.*JOCHUM: Mahler - Das Lied von der Erde. Merriman; Haefliger; ACO. [Grand Prix du Disque] DGG 138 865. A- to A(c/c) 12.00

1414. JOCHUM: Mozart - Symphony #33 & #36. BVRS. Decca DL-9920. A- 15.00

1415. JOCHUM: Reger - Serenade for Orchestra. ACO. Capitol Telefunken P-8026. B to B+(varies) 12.00

1416. JOCHUM: Sibelius - Tempest Prelude; The Oceanides; Night Ride & Sunrise. BVRS. [very scarce 10-inch British issue] DGG DG-17075. B+(mod 1/8-in scr Tempest; occ tks Night Ride) 16.00

1417. JOCHUM: Wagner - Overtures to Dutchman & Tannhauser; Tristan Prelude & Liebestod; Meistersinger Preludes to Acts I & III. BVRS. Epic LC-3485. A- 12.00

1418.*KARAJAN: Mozart - Magic Flute Overture. Two performances: with BSOO from 1938, apparently Karajan's first recording of anything; and with BPO from 1980 in DGG's first digital recording (from the complete opera). Disc is a limited edition, cut at 45 rpm, one overture on each side. DGG 2810 076. A- 14.00

1419.*KARAJAN: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. BPO. [Unusual, very early DGG U.S. issue c.1959 - pressed by American Decca] DGG DGS-712022. B++/A- 12.00

1420.*KEILBERTH: Brahms - Symphony #2. BPO. Telefunken 6.42323. A- 10.00

1421. 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

1422. KLEMPERER: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #3 & #4. Pro Musica Ch Orch. [Clough & Cuming identify Henri Merckel as violin soloist] Vox VL-6200. B 12.00

1423.*KLEMPERER: Haydn - Symphony # 88 & #104. NPO. Angel S-36346. A- 9.00

1424.*KLEMPERER: Mozart - Overtures to Figaro, Seraglio, Don Giovanni, Magic Flute, Clemenza, Cosi; Masonic Funeral Music; Adagio & Fugue. PO & NPO. [drm; DMM] Angel AE-34462. A- 9.00

1425.*KONDRASHIN: Mahler 1st. Moscow Phil. Mel-Angel SR-40130. A- 12.00

1426. KONWITSCHNY: Strauss - Alpine Symphony. Munich Opera Orchestra. Urania URLP-7064. A--(brief tks sd 2, but fine for early Urania) 12.00



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1427.*KOSTELANETZ: Images in Flight (4-movement suite with movements by Paul Creston (High Noon - Montreal; Midnight - Mexico), Henry Cowell (Twilight - Texas) and Alan Hovhaness (Sunrise - Puerto Rico). NYP. [Side 2 has six arrangements of popular pieces with travel themes played by Kostelanetz/His Sym; record was promo for Eastern Airlines] Col CSS-677. A- to B+(occ tks; red "2-eyes" labels) 16.00

1428. KOUSSEVITZKY: Sibelius - Symphony #2. BSO. [Koussevitzky's last BSO recording, made as guest conductor, 1950] [early labels] RCA LM-1172. A-- 24.00



KOUSSEVITZKY: See also #162, 471, 1175, 1696, 1729-34.

1429.*KRIPS: (Henry; Josef's brother): Waldteufel Waltzes - Les Patineurs; Mon Reve; Estudiantina; Grenadiers; Pomone; Espana. Philharmonia Promenade Orchestra. [blue labels] Angel S-35426. A- 12.00

1430. KUBELIK: Dvorak - Symphony #7 (old #2). PO. RCA LHMV-1029. B+ 12.00

KUBELIK: See also #13, 213, 217, 522, 818, 1736, 1737.

1431. LEHMANN: Dvorak - Slavonic Rhapsodies #2 & #3; Serenade for Strings. Bamberg Sym. Decca DL-9850. B+ 9.00

1432.*LEINSDORF: Mozart - Three Marches, K.408; Six Minuets, K.599; Minuet, K.409; March of the Priests, K.620; Sis German Dances, K.509. LSO. Col M-35154. A- 8.00

LEINSDORF: See also #50, 621, 699, 776, 777, 787, 812, 1165, 1285, 1687.

1433.*LEPPARD: Grieg - Four Norwegian Dances; Peer Gynt Suites #1 & 2. ECO. Philips 9500 106. A- to A 7.00

1434.*MAAZEL: Serge Lama - Eleven short works orchestrated by Maazel. CO. [Dutch pressing; notes in French only] French CBS 14.73973. A- 20.00

1435.*MAAZEL: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet; Nutcracker Suite. CO. [dig] Telarc DG-10068. A- to A 10.00

1436.*MACKERRAS: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. LSO [quad] Conn Soc VSQ-30021. A-(Recording of Special Merit Stereo Review 6/73) 10.00

1437.*MACKERRAS: Vorisek - Sinfonia in D. Dvorak - Czech Suite. ECO. Philips 6527 129. A- to A(demo) 12.00



MALKO: See #503, 693, 696, 702.

1438. MARKEVITCH: Bach - The Musical Offering (orchestral arrangement by Igor Markevitch). ORTF. Angel 45005. A-(British pressing) 16.00

1439.*MARRINER: Copland - Appalachian Spring; Four Dance Episodes from Rodeo; El Salon Mexico. Mpls. [dig; DMM] EMI ASD-1436501. A- to A 8.00

1440.*MARRINER: Mozart - Les Petits Riens; Overtures: Re Pastore; Lucio Silla; La Finta Semplice; Impresario. ASMF. Angel S-36869. FS 8.00

1441. MELIK-PASHAYEV: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6 (1st movement). Shostakovich - Festive Overture. Coriolan & Carmen Overtures. Bolshoi Theatre Orch. Melodiya M10-42777-8. A- 11.00

1442. MENGELBERG: Liszt - Les Preludes. Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. ACO. [Legendary Les Preludes especially; very hard to find in such good condition! Entre RL-3039. A--(brief tks early each side) 35.00

1443. MITROPOULOS: Saint-Saens - Phaeton; La Jeunesse d'Hercule; Le Rouet d'Omphale; Danse Macabre. NYP. Col ML-5154. B++("6-eyes" labels) 12.00

MITROPOULOS: See also #282, 949, 1312.

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1444. 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

1445. MONTEUX: Stravinsky - Le Sacre du Printemps. BSO. [stunning!] [early labels] RCA LM-1149. A-/A- to B+(start sd 2 is B+) 12.00



MONTEUX: See also #41, 44, 480, 528, 629, 707, 757, 767, 798.

1446. MUNCH: 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 fine condition; deleted August 1956.] RCA LM-1700. B++(Ravel side B+ to B; few early tks elsewhere) 25.00



MUNCH: See also #42-3, 45, 49, 654-5, 662, 671, 680, 682, 703-5, 711,

744, 750-1, 757, 761-2, 769, 795, 799, 808-9, 1175, 1181, 1270.

1447.*MUTI: Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet Suites #1 & #2. Phila. [dig] Angel DS-37778. A- 10.00

1448. NEEL: Short works of Arne, Faure, Claude Champagne, Elgar(2), Sir Ernest MacMillan, Sibelius, Byrd, Marcello, Bach, Norman Symonds & Grieg. Hart House Orch. Canadian Library M-1030. A- 10.00

1449.*ORMANDY: "Greensleeves." Short works of Rachmaninoff, Grieg, Schubert, MacDowell, Mascagni, Massenet, Niles. Phila. Col MS-7103. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) 9.00

1450. ORMANDY: "Virtuosi di Philadelphia." Milhaud: Percussion Concerto. Paganini: Moto Perpetuo. Strauss: Serenade for Winds. Brahms: Serenade #2 (2 mvts). Gabrieli: Sonata Pian e Forte. Elgar: Pomp & Circumstance March #1. Phila. [Back cover has list of Phila personnel c.1956.] Col ML-5129. A-("6-eyes" labels) 16.00

1451.*ORMANDY: Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsodies #1 & 2. Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #1 & 2. Phila. Col MS-6018. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; demo copy) 12.00

1452.*ORMANDY: Holst - The Planets. Phila. [one of Ormandy's very finest, to my ears: terrific performance and sound] RCA CRL1-1921. A-(c/c) 16.00

1453.*ORMANDY: Prokofiev - Symphony #6. Phila. [rec 1961] Col MS-6489. A-("2-eyes" labels; s/s) 9.00

1454.*ORMANDY: Rachmaninov - Symphonic Dances. Casella - Paganiniana. Phila. Col MS-6205. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels) 16.00

1455.*ORMANDY: Respighi - Pines & Fountains of Rome. Phila. Col MS-6001. A-(early "6-eyes" labels; s/s) 12.00

1456.*ORMANDY: Sibelius - Symphony #7. Respighi - Feste Romane. Phila. [unusual coupling!] Col MS-6275. A-(very early "6-eyes"labels; s/s) 13.00

1457. ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. Phila. [recorded 1953; the 2nd of their 4 recordings] Col ML-5074. A-("6-eyes" labels) 16.00

1458. ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. Phila. [mono-only; recorded 1952; the second of their five (!) recordings of the work] Col ML-4544. A-("6-eyes" labels; later cover) 18.00

1459.*ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. Phila. Col M-31833. A- 9.00

1460. ORMANDY: Wagner - Parsifal (orchestral excerpts). Phila. [recorded 1955; mono only] Col ML-5080. A-("6-eyes" labels) 12.00

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1461. ORMANDY: Wagner - Walkure: Magic Fire Music & Ride of Valkyries; Meistersinger: Excerpts from Act III; Tannhauser: Overture & Venusberg Music; Lohengrin: Prelude to Act I. Phila. [Scarce mono-only issue; only the second copy I've seen] Col ML-4865. A-("6-eyes" labels; sd 2 slightly off-center) 12.00

1462.*ORMANDY: A Festival of Marches. American Salute; Radetzky; Toreadors; Love for 3 Oranges; Coronation; Turkish; Aida; Stars & Stripes; 5 more. Phila. Col MS-6474. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) 9.00

1463.*ORMANDY: Ritual Fire Dance. Title piece, plus Dances of the Hour & the Comedians; Schwanda Polka; Hungarian Dance #5; Onegin Polonaise; 3 Dances from La Boutique Fantasque; Dance for Six from William Tell. Phila. Col MS-6823. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 12.00

ORMANDY: See also #62, 76-7, 283, 362, 424, 675, 877, 917, 949, 963,

1009, 1030, 1196, 1272, 1332, 1695, 1755.

1464. PAUMGARTNER: Mozart - Symphony #28 & #31. Camerata Academica of Salzburg Mozarteum. Epic LC-3215. A- 12.00

1465.*PREVIN: Tchaikovsky 5th. RPO. [dig] Telarc DG-10107. A-(tiny cover tear) 8.00

1466. REINER: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #3 & #4. Ch Ens. [rec October, 1949] Harmony HL-7063. B+ 16.00

1467. REINER: Bach - Orchestral Suite #2 (Caratelli, flute). Mozart - Symphony #35. Pittsburgh Symphony. [recorded February 2nd & 4th, 1946] [blue labels] Col ML-4156. B+(Bach)/B-(Mozart) 12.00

1468. REINER: Bartok - Divertimento (solo strings: Weicher; Akos; Preves; Starker). Mendelssohn - Symphony #4. CSO. [From TV concerts, c.1957; private issue for members of long-defunct Reiner Society; lovely British pressing] Fritz Reiner Society FRS-1. A- to A 45.00

1469.*REINER: Dvorak - Slavonic Dances (5). Brahms - Hungarian Dances (8). VPO. London STS-15009. A- 12.00

1470. REINER: Falla - El Amor Brujo. Carol Brice; Pittsburgh Sym. [10-inch] Col ML-2006. B(earliest jacket - lightweight blue sleeve) 16.00

1471. REINER: Liebermann - Concerto for Jazz Band & Symphony Orchestra. Strauss - Don Juan. Sauter-Finegan Band (in Concerto); CSO (in all). [Recorded December 6, 1954; this was the first, mono-only issue; never in stereo on LP until VICS for Strauss, AGL for Liebermann, though both were available on 2-track tape] RCA LM-1888. A-(still in original glassine sleeve!) 24.00

1472.*REINER: Liszt - Totentanz. Schumann - Piano Concerto. Janis. piano; CSO. [Mohr; Layton; Liszt from LSC-2541; first (only?) issue of Schumann apart from CSO promotional disc, 1979. Half-speed ("Point Five") mastering; Totentanz is spectacular!] RCA ARP1-4668. A- to A(c/c) 25.00

1473. REINER: Mozart - A Musical Joke, K.522; Divertimento #11, K.251. NBC Sym. [recorded in September of 1954, mono only; a fascinating moment in the recorded history of both conductor and orchestra: Reiner had already made his first recordings with the CSO in March of 1954, and the NBC Symphony had had its last concert with Toscanini in April. I wonder if this was the very last recording to bear the name "NBC Symphony."] RCA LM-1952. A-(Plum-Dog labels; 1S/1S stampers; lovely copy!) 35.00

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1474. REINER: Ravel - La Valse. Debussy - Iberia. Pittsburgh Sym. [fine copy for this very earliest issue, with blue labels and in the first cover (the uniform flimsy blue jackets c.1949] [blue labels] Col ML-4021. B++(cover has tape repair) 25.00

1475. REINER: SCHUMANN - Symphony #2. WAGNER - Rienzi Overture. BERLIOZ - Benvenuto Cellini Overture. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis. SCHOENBERG - Transfigured Night. CSO. [Concert performances from 1957-58 season; set issued for CSO's 1986 fund-raising radio marathon - not available commercially.] Chicago Sym CSO-86-2(2). A- 50.00

1476. REINER: Strauss - Bourgeois Gentilhomme Suite. Pittsburgh Sym. [10-inch; includes Minuet of Lully & Courante, which were not included in 12-inch issue on ML-4800] Col ML-2062. B to B+(as quiet a copy as I've ever seen of this) 20.00

1477. REINER: Strauss - Don Juan (Pittsburgh Sym; recorded 1941). SZELL: Strauss - Till Eulenspiegel (CO; (recorded 1949). [10-inch] Col ML-2079. B+(Till)/B++(Don Juan) 18.00

1478.*REINER: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. CSO. [The very first Reiner/CSO recording: March 6, 1954; Jack Pfeiffer, producer; Leslie Chase, engineer; half-speed ("Point Five") mastering] RCA ARP1-4442. A- to A(c/c) 18.00

1479. REINER: Strauss - Till Eulenspiegel; Death & Transfiguration. RCA Sym. [very strong performances - especially Death & Transfiguration; recorded 1950] [early labels] RCA LM-1180. B+ 25.00

1480. REINER: Weinberger - Schwanda Polka & Fugue. Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture. Smetana - Bartered Bride Overture. Dvorak - Carnival Overture. Liszt - Mephisto Waltz. CSO. [recorded in December 1955 & January 1956; issued in mono-only; only the 1812 was ever issued in an LSC stereo (on LSC-2241); the rest had to wait for the VICS era to see LP issue in stereo!] RCA LM-1999. A-(Plum-Dog labels; 7S/4S stampers) 16.00

REINER: See also #48, 281, 322, 350, 362, 557, 601, 630, 633, 639-41, 680, 684, 700, 706, 712-3, 720, 752-3, 757, 765, 771-2, 785, 796, 800, 807, 963, 1213,

1282, 1333, 1758-62.

1481. RODZINSKI: Grieg - Peer Gynt Suites #1 & #2; Piano Concerto (Boukoff). PSOL. West XWN-18231. A- 12.00

1482. RODZINSKI: Ibert - Escales (NYP). MILHAUD - Suite Francaise (Composer/NYP). [10-inch] Col ML-2093. B 9.00

1483. RODZINSKI: Mendelssohn - Symphony #3. CSO. RCA LM-1053. A--(very fine copy for this issue) 18.00

1484. RODZINSKI: Rachmaninov 2nd. NYP. Entre RL-3049. B+ 16.00

1485. RODZINSKI: Shostakovich - Symphony #5. CO. Entre RL-6625. B+ 12.00

1486. RODZINSKI: WAGNER - Die Meistersinger: Prelude to Act I; Excerpts from Act III; Lohengrin Prelude (Act I). PSOL. [later issue with notes on cover rather than booklet] West W-LAB-7028. A--/B++ 12.00

RODZINSKI: See also #880, 1002, 1234, 1329, 1763-65.

1487. ROSBAUD: Haydn - Symphony #92 & #104. BPO. [tulip labels] DGG LPM-18363. B 8.00

1488. ROSBAUD: Mahler - Symphony #7. Berlin Radio Orch. [early, oversized album] Urania URLP-405(2). B++(spine has careful tape repair) 24.00

1489.*ROSBAUD: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. ACO Philips PHC-9051. A-(U.S. pressing) 12.00



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1490. ROSENTHAL: Falla - Nights in the Gardens of Spain (Yvonne Loriod); El Amor Brujo (Amparito Peris de Pruliere). Paris Opera Orch. West WST-14021. A-- 12.00

1491. ROSENTHAL: Glazounov - Raymonda Suite. Paris Philharmonic. Capitol P-8184. A- 12.00

1492. ROSENTHAL: Scriabin - Poem d'Extase. Loeffler - A Pagan Poem. Paris Phil. Capitol P-8188. A- 16.00

1493. ROSENTHAL: Tchaikovsky - Sleeping Beauty (exc). Paris Opera Orch. Capitol P-18005. A- 12.00

1494.*ROZHDESTVENSKY: Suppe Overtures - Light Cavalry; Poet & Peasant; Galatea; Morning, Noon & Night in Vienna. USSR Radio Orch. [French-only notes] Monde LDX-78428. A- 10.00

1495. RUDOLF: Haydn - Symphony #57 & #86. Cincinnati Sym. Decca DL-10107. A-(AUTOGRAPHED by Rudolf in ink on front cover) 17.00

1496. SACHER: Bach (J.C.) - Sinfonias, Op.18, #1 & #4; Sinfonia Concertante for Violin & Cello (Walter Schneiderhahn; Hubner); Concerto in E-Flat for Cembalo (Leonhardt). Vienna Sym. Col ML-4869. A- to B+ 10.00

1497. SAMOSUD: Napravnik - Ukrainian Cossack Dance. Oginski - Polonaise. Waltzes of Rubinstein & Glazounov; Invitation to the Dance; King Stephen Overture. Misc Orch. Melodiya M10-42627-8. A- 11.00

1498.*SANDERLING: Sibelius - Symphony #3; En Saga. Berlin Symphony. [notes in German only] Eurodisc 80 683. A- to A 12.00

1499. SCHERCHEN: "Hi-Fi Hits" - Bolero; William Tell; Roumanian Rhapsody #1; Sabre Dance; Flight of Bumble Bee. VSOO. West XWN-18888. B+ 10.00

1500.*SCHERCHEN: "Music for Multiple Orchestras." ORFF - Entrata. GABRIELI - Canzon in Primi Toni. BEETHOVEN - Wellington's Victory. VSOO. West WST-17013. A-(s/s) 15.00

1501. SCHERCHEN: Tchaikovsky - Capriccio Italien. Rimsky-Korsakoff - Capriccio Espagnol. Rossini - William Tell & Gazza Ladra Overtures. PSOL (in Rossini); LSO (in others). [wonderful performances of the Russian pieces especially!] West XWN-18598. B+ 10.00

1502.*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

1503.*SILVESTRI: Elgar - In the South Overture. Vaughan Williams - Wasps Overture; Tallis Fantasia. Bournemouth Sym. EMI ESD-7013. A- 15.00

1504. SILVESTRI: Enesco - Octet, Op.7. Unidentified ensemble. [notes in French only] Electrecord ECE-01. A-- 16.00

1505. SILVESTRI: Enesco - Sinfonia da Camera pour Douze Instruments, Op.33; Dixtour in D for Winds, Op.14. Chamber Ens. [French-only notes] Pathe FALP-508. A- 19.00

1506.*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

1507.*SILVESTRI: Ravel - Rapsodie Espagnole. ENESCO - Rumanian Rhapsody #1. LISZT - Hungarian Rhapsody #4. VPO. [blue labels] Angel S-35677. A-(c/c) 12.00



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1508. 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

1509.*SILVESTRI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. PO. [remarkable, quirky hiccup in his reading of opening phrase] Angel S-35565. A--(early U.S. red labels) 22.00

1510.*SIMON: (Emil): Brahms - Symphony #2. Orchestra Simfonica a Filarmonicii din Cluj-Napoca (that's what it says). [notes in Roumanian and French only] Electrecord STECE-0712. A- 9.00

1511. SOLTI: Beethoven - Symphony #4. LPO Decca ACL-95. A-(lovely!) 18.00

1512.*SOLTI: Brahms - The Four Symphonies; Academic Festival & Tragic Overtures. Solti/CSO. [Mallinson; Wilkinson, Moorfoot & Mailes] London CSA-2406(4). A- 20.00

1513.*SOLTI: Bruckner - Symphony #6. CSO. [recorded 1979; producer: Minshull; engineers: Wilkinson, Lock, Moorfoot & Mailes] London CS-7173. A- to A(Dutch pressing; c/c) 12.00

1514.*SOLTI: Elgar - Symphony #1. LPO. London CS-6789. A- 12.00

1515.*SOLTI: Haydn - Symphony # 95 & #104. LPO. [dig] London 417 330-1. A-(Dutch press; minor cov dam) 10.00

1516.*SOLTI: Haydn - Symphony # 96 & #101. LPO. [dig] London LDR 71044. A- to A(Dutch; minor cov dam) 10.00

1517.*SOLTI: Haydn - Symphony #102 & #103. LPO. [dig] London LDR-71070. A- to A(Dutch pressing; c/c) 10.00

1518. SOLTI: Kodaly - Psalmus Hungaricus (McAlpine, tenor); Peacock Variations. LPO (& Chorus in Psalmus). London LL-1020. A-(fine surface for its vintage!) 12.00

1519.*SOLTI: Mahler - Symphony #3. Dernesch; CSO; Womens/Childrens Cho. [dig] Lon LDR-72014(2). A- 16.00

1520.*SOLTI: Strasss - Also Sprach Zarathustra; Don Juan; Till Eulenspiegel. CSO. [Producers: Minshull & Harvey; Engineers: Wilkinson & Lock] London CS-6978. A-(AUTOGRAPHED by Solti on front cover) 25.00

1521.*SOLTI: Stravinsky - Le Sacre de Printemps. CSO. London CS-6885. A- 12.00

1522.*SOLTI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. CSO. London CS-7034. A- 10.00

SOLTI: See also #308-10, 321, 335, 540, 544-5, 548-9, 553, 555-6, 1095, 1633,

1643, 1649, 1773-4.

1523.*STEINBERG: Beethoven - Symphony #7. Pittsburgh Sym. Capitol SP-8398. A-- 11.00

1524.*STOKOWSKI: Beethoven - Symphony #7; Egmont Over. Stokowski/NPO. London SPC-21139. FS(c/c) 12.00

1525. STOKOWSKI: Centennial Celebration for Stokowski & Stravinsky. Philadelphia Orchestra limited edition fold-open album (with fine notes by Richard Freed) for its 1982 fund-raising Marathon of Stokowski's Phila recordings of Le Sacre du Printemps (from M-74; recorded 1927 & 1929); Petrouchka (from M-574; recorded 1937); and Firebird Suite (the notes in the album contradict themselves regarding which of the three Stoky/Phila Firebird Suite recordings [1924, 1927 or 1935] this is; clearly it is not the acoustic 1924 one, but the back cover states M-53 from 1927, whereas the inside notes state M-291 from 1935. But my dutiful correspondent Rich Kaplan has done his listening homework and confirms it as the 1927 version!] RCA DPM2-0534(2). A-(pristine copy!) 50.00



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1526.*STOKOWSKI: Khachaturian - Symphony #3 ("Symphony-Poem"). Rimsky-Korsakov - Russian Easter Overture. CSO. RCA LSC-3067. A- 12.00

1527. STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Francesca da Rimini (with long-delay tam-tam at end!); Romeo & Juliet. NYP. [blue labels] Col ML-4381. B(mostly B+; few ticky patches) 12.00

1528. STOKOWSKI: The String Orchestra: Short works of Bach, Handel, Gluck, Purcell, Boccherini, Turina (La Oracion de Torero), Berger (Rondino Giocoso) & Tchaikovsky. Orch. [obscure release - first copy I've had] Capitol P-8458. A-(slight cover stains) 12.00

STOKOWSKI: See also #30, 611, 627-8, 680, 709, 720, 757, 783, 815,

1276, 1280, 1775-77.

1529. STUPKA: Dvorak - Symphony #8 & #9. CPO. [Concert performances in Prague, 1959 & 1964, respectively] Panton 01 0447-8(2). A- 35.00

1530.*SVETLANOV: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. USSR Sym. Mel-Angel SR-40112. A- 8.00

1531. SZELL: Beethoven - Symphony #4. CO. [ealiest issue with plain, flimsy blue fold-over-the-top sleeve in excellent condition with just a little tape repair; mono-only from Szell's very first Cleveland sessions: April 22, 1947; not to be confused with stereo remake; very bracing performance!] [blue labels] Col ML-4008. B+(occ tks, but a great copy for earliest issue) 32.00

1532.*SZELL: Beethoven Overtures - Leonores #1-#3; Fidelio. CO. Col MS-7068. A-("2-eyes" labels) 12.00

1533.*SZELL: Bizet - L'Arlesienne Suite #2. Grieg - Peer Gynt Suite #1. CO. Col MS-6877. A-(c/c) 9.00

1534. SZELL: Brahms - Academic Festival Overture; Haydn Variations. CO. SCHERMAN: Brahms Neue Liebeslieder Walzer. Amara; Bible; Lloyd; Thompson; Bogin; Flissler. [Szell October, 1955; never in regular release] Music Appreciation Records MAR 573. B+(does not include 10-in analysis) 20.00

1535.*SZELL: Dvorak - Carnival Overture; 4 Slavonic Dances. Smetana - The Moldau; 3 Dances from The Bartered Bride. CO. CBS MY-36716. A 10.00

1536. SZELL: Dvorak - Five Slavonic Dances (Op.46: #1, 3, 8; Op.72: #10 & #15). CO. Smetana - From Bohemia's Meadows & Forests; The Moldau. NYP. [the Dvorak come from Szell's very first CO session: April 21, 1947; not to be confused with either of his complete sets, from 1956 and 1963] Col ML-4785. A--("6-eyes") 25.00

1537. SZELL: Dvorak - Slavonic Dances (Op.46 & Op.72, complete; recorded in mono only, 1955: not to be confused with stereo remake). Smetana - Quartet in e, "From My Life" (transcribed for orchestra by Szell; recorded April 26, 1949). CO. [Scarce!!!] Epic SC-6015(2). A-- 45.00

1538. SZELL: Dvorak - Slavonic Dances: Op. 46: #1-#3, #5 & #8; Op.72: #1, #2, #4, #7 & #8. CO. [From 1955 mono-only set] Epic LC-3322. A- 15.00

1539. SZELL: Dvorak - Symphony #8. ACO. Richmond R-23245. A- 12.00

1540.*SZELL: Dvorak - Symphony #8; Slavonic Dances #3 & #11. CO. [one of Szell's last two recordings] Angel S-36043. A- 12.00

1541.*SZELL: Haydn - Symphony #95 & #96. CO. Col M-30366. A- 10.00

1542.*SZELL: Kodaly - Hary Janos Suite. Prokofiev - Lt. Kije Suite. CO. Col MS-7408. A-("2-eyes" labels) 12.00

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1543. SZELL: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4 (CO); Midsummer Night's Dream Music (NYP). [mono-only; not to be confused with Szell's stereo re-make of #4 with CO and of MSND with CO and also ACO] Col ML-4498. A-("6-eyes;" rare in such fine condition) 20.00

1544.*SZELL: Mozart - Serenade #9 ("Posthorn"); Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. CO. Col MS-7273. A-("2-eyes") 12.00

1545.*SZELL: Mozart - Symphony #28 & 33; Figaro Overture. CO. Col MS-6858. A- 10.00

1546.*SZELL: Rossini Overtures - Viaggio a Reims; Scala di Seta; Italiana in Algeri; Turco in Italia; Gazza Ladra. CO. Col MS-7031. A-("2-eyes" labels) 12.00

1547.*SZELL: Schubert - Symphony #9. CO. [Recorded April, 1970; one of Szell's last two discs; includes commemorative booklet] Angel S-36044. A- 12.00

1548. SZELL: Schumann - Symphony #2. CO. [recorded 11-28-1952, mono-only; not to be confused with Epic stereo remake] Col ML-4817. A-("6-eyes" labels) 18.00

1549. SZELL: Wagner - Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music; Brunnhilde's Immolation; Forest Murmurs; Ride of Valkyries; Wotan's Farewell & Magic Fire Music. CO. [Late mono-era disc: these performances never available in stereo] Epic LC-3321. A- 20.00

1550.*SZELL: Wagner Overtures - Dutchman, Faust & Rienzi; Prelude to Act I of Lohengrin. CO. Col MS-6884. A-("2-eyes" labels; s/s) 10.00

1551. SZELL: Wagner Overtures - Rienzi; Meistersinger; Tannhauser; Dutchman. NYP. Col ML-4918. A--("6-eyes" labels; quietest copy I've seen) 16.00

1552.*SZELL: Encore - Bartered Bride Dances; Capriccio Espagnole; Blue Danube Waltz; Pavane for a Dead Princess. CO. Epic BC-1291. A- 12.00

1553. SZELL: Merry Overtures - Roman Carnival; Fledermaus; Fra Diavolo; Bartered Bride; Figaro; Gazza Ladra. CO. [mono-only issue] Epic LC-3506. A-- 24.00

1554.*SZELL: Profile - Souvenir of the Cleveland Orchestra's First Transcontinental Tour. Individual movements (complete) from works of Walton, Prokofiev, Schubert, Tchaikovsky, Beethovem & Dvorak; Polovetsian Dances. CO. Epic PBC-1. A--(superficial marks cause little or no sound) 12.00

1555.*SZELL: Szell's Greatest Hits - Moldau; Blue Danube; Troika; Ride of Valkyries; Gazza Ladra; Marriage of Figaro Overture; L'Arlesienne Farandole; Mendelssohn Wedding March; Hary Janos Musical Clock. CO. Col MS-7435. A-("2-eyes" labels) 12.00

SZELL: See also #78-9, 226, 332, 534, 837-9, 845, 847, 849, 894, 1214, 1243-4,

1267, 1279, 1334-5, 1477, 1681, 1779-82.

1556. TALICH: Dvorak - Serenade for Strings. Prague Soloists Orch. [Chamber Ens of Prague Conservatory plays Dvorak Wind Serenade] Supraphon LPV-410. B(jacket repaired with tape) 9.00

1557. TALICH: Dvorak - The Wood Dove; The Golden Spinning Wheel. CPO. Supraphon LPV-6. B+ 16.00

1558. TALICH: Dvorak - Two Waltzes: Op.54, #1 & #2 (Prague Soloists Orch); The Midday Witch; The Golden Spinning Wheel (CPO). [I don't believe the Waltzes were ever issued in the US in any other form - very scarce Talich morsels!] Urania URLP-7073. A--(but three short scratches cause brief ticks) 13.00



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1559. TALICH: Mozart - Symphony #39. Benda - Symphony in B. CPO. Supraphon 0 10 2003. A-(blank cover) 12.00

1560. TALICH: Mozart - Violin Concerto #4 (Novak). ANCERL: Mozart - Bassoon Concerto (Bidlo). CPO in both. Parliament PLP-104. A-(neat tape repair of jacket) 12.00

1561. TALICH: Smetana - Ma Vlast. CPO. Heritage HCN-8001/2(2). A- to A(lovely British pressings) 20.00

1562. TALICH: Smetana - Ma Vlast; Prelude to Libuse. Dvorak - Symphonies #6 & #7; Polonaise from Rusalka; Polonaise in E-flat; Waltz in A. Suk - Fairy-Tale Suite (1st movement). Karel Kovarovic - Havirska Polka. Vilem Blodek - Overture to "In the Wells." CPO. [recorded 1929-1940; former owner has provided original 78-rpm discographic information for the more arcane items here; VERY obscure set!] Supraphon 10 1731-35(5). A- 75.00

1563. TALICH: Suk - Serenade for Strings. CPO. Supraphon DV-5001. A-(Czech-only notes; minor cov repair) 21.00

1564. TALICH: Wagner - Tristan Prelude & Liebestod; Smetana - Prague Carnival (Prague Radio Orch; broadcasts, 1953). Dvorak - Midday Witch (CPO; 1954 concert). [notes Czech & German only] Panton 01 0241. A- 25.00

1565.*TENNSTEDT: Mahler - Symphony #1. LPO. [quad] Angel S-37508. A- 8.00

1566. TOSCANINI: "Invitation to the Dance" - Weber title piece, plus Rakoczy March; Blue Danube & Skaters Waltzes; Moto Perpetuo; Tritsch-Tratsch Polka; Ballabili Dances from Otello; Brahms Hungarian Dances #1, #17, #20 & #21. NBC Sym. RCA VIC-1321. A-(early plum labels; 1S/1S stampers) 10.00

1567. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Symphony #3. NBC Sym. [December 6, 1953] [SD labels] RCA LM-2387. A-(lovely copy!) 20.00

1568. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies. NBC Sym. Novotna; Thorborg; Peerce; Moscona; Westminster Choir (in 9th). [The live broadcast 1939 cycle; terrific performances in very satisfactory sound; this copy INCLUDES the illustrated notes booklet, with essays by C.J.Luten, Alan Orff, etc., which is so often missing] Olympic ATS-1120/7(7). A- 75.00

1569. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies (complete). Farrell; Merriman; Peerce; Scott; Shaw Chorale (in 9th); NBC Symphony. [The initial deluxe Limited Edition issue (this copy is #422); in very sturdy 78-rpm-style album (in fine condition, just minor wear in the seams where it opens) with bas-relief Toscanini medallion on front and 22-page bound-in booklet. Because the style of the album left the records exposed at the top without inner sleeves, the original records in copies of this set are inevitably found with abrasions. I have thus replaced them with excellent copies of later pressings (all with plum-dog labels), but will include the originals as well, if the winning bidder would like me to do so. The original, scarce edition of an iconic set.] RCA LM-6900(7). A-(occ lgt blems cause little sound) 150.00

1570. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Missa Solemnis. Marshall; Merriman; Cooley; Hines; Toscanini/NBC Sym; Shaw Chorale. [handsome box with stenciled cover, painting insert - all pristine] [early labels] RCA LM-6013(2). A--(fine copy for this earliest pressing) 32.00



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1571. TOSCANINI: Bizet - Carmen Suite #1. Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite. Ponchielli - Dance of Hours. Catalani - Dance of the Water Nymphs. NBC. [recorded 1951 & 1952] RCA VIC-1263. FS(probably PL pressing) 11.00

1572. TOSCANINI: Brahms - Piano Concerto #1 (Horowitz; 1935); Piano Concerto #2 (Casadesus; 1936). NYP. [Live concert performances; in plain jacket, but with illustrated, typewritten cover page; test pressing with hand-written labels] Arturo Toscanini Society ATS-112/113(2). A- 75.00

1573. TOSCANINI: Brahms - Symphony #4. NBC. [WD labels] RCA LM-1713. A-- 12.00

1574. TOSCANINI: Debussy - La Mer; Iberia. NBC Symphony. [SD labels] RCA LM-1833. A- 18.00

1575. TOSCANINI: Debussy - Marche Ecossaise; Danse; Two Nocturnes; Iberia; La Damoiselle Elue (Novotna; Glatz); La Mer. NBC. [Live; complete Studio 8H concert, April 13, 1940] Olympic ATS-1106/7(2). A- 18.00

1576. TOSCANINI: Dukas - Sorcerer's Apprentice. Saint-Saens - Danse Macabre. Smetana - The Moldau. NBC Sym. [early labels] RCA LM-1118. A-(VERY fine copy for early-label pressing) 18.00

1577. TOSCANINI: Dvorak - Symphony #9. NBC. RCA LM-1778. A-(earliest labels; fine copy!) 16.00

1578. TOSCANINI: Elgar - Enigma Variations. Brahms - Haydn Variations. NBC. [SD labels] RCA LM-1725. A- 16.00

1579. TOSCANINI: Mendelssohn - Octet for Strings (arranged for string orchestra). Schubert - Symphony #5. NBC. [SD labels] RCA LM-1869. A- 16.00

1580. TOSCANINI: Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition. Franck - Psyche & Eros. NBC Sym. [SD labels] RCA LM-1838. A- 18.00

1581. TOSCANINI: Mussorgsky-Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition. RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2. Toscanini/NBC Sym. RCA VIC-1273. A- 9.00

1582. TOSCANINI: Overtures of BRAHMS (Academic Festival; Tragic); CHERUBINI (Ali Baba; Anacreon; Medea); CIMAROSA (Secret Marriage; Marriage by Trickery); MOZART (Magic Flute; Don Giovanni; Figaro); ROSSINI (Italiana; Siege of Corinth); GLUCK (Iphegenia in Aulis). NBC Sym. [All from concert broadcasts except Siege] RCA LM-7026(2). A-(WD labels, sds 1/4; SD labels, sds 2/3) 25.00

1583. TOSCANINI: Pre-War Concerts (1938 & 1939). BEETHOVEN 1st, 2nd & 4th; Fidelio & Egmont Overtures. BACH-RESPIGHI - Passacaglia & Fugue in c. HAYDN - Sinfonia Concertante, Op.84. STRAUSS - Don Juan. SHOSTAKOVICH - Symphony #1. DVORAK - Symphony #9. DEBUSSY - Iberia. NBC. Discocorp ATRA-3011(4). A- 65.00

1584. TOSCANINI: Rossini Overtures - Italiana, Cenerentola, Siege. Verdi Overtures - Forza, Traviata (Act 1 & 3 Preludes), Vespri. NBC Sym. RCA VIC-1248. A-(early plum labels; 1S/2S stampers) 10.00

1585. TOSCANINI: Schubert - Symphony #9. NBC. [SD labels] A- 16.00

1586. TOSCANINI: Schumann - Symphony #3. NBC. [SD labels] RCA LM-2048. A- 16.00

1587. TOSCANINI: Schumann - Symphony #3; Overture. Gluck - Overture to Iphigenia in Aulis. NBC Symphony. [Live concert performances, 1938/39; in plain jacket, but with illustrated, typewritten cover page; test pressing with hand-written labels] Arturo Toscanini Society ATS-122. A- 50.00

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1588. 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- 10.00

1589. TOSCANINI: Verdi - Overtures to Vespri, Forza, Luisa Miller; Rigoletto: Act IV (complete); Hymn of Nations; Lombardi: Act 3 Trio; excerpts from Nabucco, Luisa Miller & Otello. Soloists include Warren, Milanov, Peerce, Moscona; all with NBC Sym. [PD labels] RCA LM-6041(2). A-(lovely) 24.00

1590. TOSCANINI: Wagner - Gotterdammerung: Daybreak; Brunnhilde/Siegfried Duet; Rhine Journey; Brunnhilde's Immolation. Traubel; Melchior; NBC Sym. [recorded February, 1941] RCA VIC-1369. FS(probably early plum-label pressing) 10.00

1591. TOSCANINI: Wagner - Tristan: Prelude & Liebestod (1-7-52); Parsifal: Act I Prelude & Good Friday Spell (12-22-49). NBC Sym. RCA VIC-1278. A-(early plum labels) 10.00

1592. TOSCANINI: 100th Anniversary Treasury of Historic Broadcasts. HAYDN: Symphony #99; Symphonie Concertante (Renzi; Sharrow; Mischkoff; Miller). L.MOZART: Toy Symphony. BRAHMS: Serenade #2; Gesang der Parzen (Shaw Chorale); Liebeslieder Waltzes. SIBELIUS: Symphony #2; Pohjola's Daughter. SHOSTAKOVICH; Symphonies #1 & 7. NBC Sym. [First issue of these concert performances, 1941-1949; with 32-page book including many photos. Released in May 1967, this was never in SD pressing; deleted January 1971] RCA LM-6711(5). A-("white-dog" labels) 30.00

1593. TOSCANINI: A Toscanini Omnibus. Overtures to Don Pasquale, Forza, Oberon, Euryanthe, Freischutz, Mignon, Poet & Peasant, Hansel & Gretel and La Wally. Berlioz - Queen Mab; Rakoczy March. Catalani - Dance of the Water Nymphs. Bizet - Carmen Suite. Glinka - Kamarinskaya. NBC Sym. [With 14-page booklet including many terrific photos - mostly of Toscanini relaxing rather than conducting; very nice presentation in box with framed cut-out revealing fine print of Toscanini portrait; pristine copy] [SD labels] RCA LM-6026(2). A- 32.00

1594. TOSCANINI: American Music: Harris - Symphony #3. Barber - Essay #1; Adagio for Strings. Copland - El Salon Mexico. Sousa - El Capitan; Semper Fidelis. NBC Symphony. [Live concert performances; in plain jacket, but with illustrated, typewritten cover page; test pressing with hand-written labels] Arturo Toscanini Society ATS-101. A- 50.00

1595. TOSCANINI: Concert of May 3, 1938: Wagner - Faust & Tannhauser Overtures; Siegfried's Rhine Journey; Lohengrin Act 1 & Act 3 Preludes; Parsifal Prelude; Ride of Valkyries. Plus: Flying Dutchman Overture from concert of February 26, 1938. NBC Symphony. [in plain jacket, but with illustrated, typewritten cover page; test pressing with hand-written labels] Arturo Toscanini Society ATS-116/117(2). A- 75.00

1596. TOSCANINI: In Rehearsal: La Traviata, Finale of Act II. NBC Sym. [1946; approximately 50 minutes] Relief 812. A- 25.00

1597. TOSCANINI: In Rehearsal: Mozart - Symphony #35. NBC Sym. [November 2, 1946] Relief 831. A- 25.00



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1598. TOSCANINI: Rehearsals and live concert performance of Die Walkure, Act I, Scene 3. Bampton; Svanholm; NBC Symphony. [The rehearsals were apparently from April 4th & 5th, 1947; the performance (in Carnegie Hall) from the 6th; nice illustrated booklet includes English notes] Fonit Cetra ARK-12(3). A- 50.00

1599. TOSCANINI: Tosanini Conducts Wagner. Tristan Prelude & Liebestod. Meistersinger: Preludes to Acts 1 & 3. Lohengrin: Preludes to Acts 1 & 3. Parsifal: Prelude & Good Friday Spell. Gotterdammerung: Dawn & Siegfried's Rhine Journey; Funeral Music. Siegfried Idyll. NBC Symphony. [in handsome box with stunning gold "medallion" cover; this copy absolutely pristine] [SD labels] A- 32.00

1600. TOSCANINI: Virtuoso Showpieces. Kodaly - Marosszek Dances. Paganini - Moto Perpetuo. Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsody #1. Smetana - Bartered Bride Overture. Nicolai - Merry Wives of Windsor Overture. Mendelssohn - Midsummer Night's Dream Overture. Brahms - Hungarian Dance #1. NBC Symphony. [Live concert performances, 1938-48; in plain jacket, but with illustrated, typewritten cover page; test pressing with hand-written labels] Arturo Toscanini Society ATS-107. A- 50.00

TOSCANINI: See also #70, 175, 304, 603, 642, 643, 660, 669, 679, 741,

900, 1261, 1473, 1785-87.

1601. VAN REMOORTEL: Beethoven - 12 German Dances. Mozart - 12 German Dances, K.586. Stuttgart Pro Musica. Vox PL-10100. A- 10.00

1602.*WALLENSTEIN: Mussorgsky-Ravel - Pictures at Exhibition. Virtuoso Symphony of London. Fidelity FCS-50,004. FS 10.00

1603. WALTER: Beethoven - Symphony #9 (Gonzalez; Nikolaidi; Jobin; Harrell). Brahms - Song of Destiny. NYP; Westminster Choir. [original oversized album in excellent condition] [blue labels] Col SL-156(2). A- to B+(very fine for blue-label issue) 45.00

1604. WALTER: Brahms - Academic Festival Overture; Haydn Variations. Smetana - The Moldau. Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. NYP. [Limited edition bonus record available only to members of the Columbia Record Club, c.1954; with red "6-eyes" labels] Columbia CB-5. A--(spine has tape repair) 25.00

1605. WALTER: Mozart - Symphony #25 & #28. Col Sym. [mono-only; rec 1954] Col ML-5002. A-("6-eyes") 18.00

1606. WALTER: Mozart - Symphony #38 & #39; Overtures: Finta Giardiniera; Nozze de Figaro; Clemenza di Tito. VPO (in #38, Clemenza & Finta); British Sym (in Nozze); BBC Sym (in #39). [recorded 1933-38] Turn THS-65063. A- 13.00

1607. WALTER: Rehearses Beethoven 4th, 7th & 9th. Col Sym. [rec 1958] Col WZ-3. B+("6-eyes" demo) 16.00

1608. WALTER: Schubert - Symphony #5 & #8. Col Sym (#5); NYP (#8). Col ML-5618. A-("6-eyes" labels) 12.00

1609. WALTER: Strauss - Don Juan; Death & Transfiguration. NYP. [blue labels] Col ML-4650. B 12.00

1610. WALTER: In Memoriam 1876-1962: Two Portraits. "A Talking Portrait" - sixteen minutes of conversation with Arnold Michaelis, taken from the forty-one minutes of conversation on Col BW-80. "A Working Portrait" - Walter rehearsing the Mahler 9th; Col Sym; 1961. [In paper jacket with photo and brief notes] Col WMS-1. A-("6-eyes" labels) 25.00

WALTER: See also #61, 246, 331, 434, 900, 990, 1283-84, 1329, 1375, 1637, 1789-90.

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1611. WELDON: Russlan & Ludmilla (City of Birmingham Sym) & Orpheus in Hades (PO). HEWARD: Fledermaus & Prince Igor (Halle). SARGENT: Hebrides (Halle). [quite obscure overtures disc] Entre RL-3072. B++ 13.00

1612. 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

1613. 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

1614. ZECCHI: Brahms - Serenade #2. ACO. Epic LC-3116. A- 9.00

1615. ZECCHI: Haydn - Symphony #100 (ACO). Schubert - Symphony #5 (Vienna Symphony). Philips A-00342 L. A- 12.00

1616.*ZINMAN: Bach (J.C.) - Six Sinfonias, Op.18 (complete); Sinfonia Concertante; Sinfonia, Op.9, #2. Netherlands Ch Orch. Philips 6780 025(2). A- to A(demo copy) 10.00


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