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


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Compact Discs
The final section of the catalog is given over to Compact Discs. All CD’s and their cases are in excellent condition unless otherwise indicated.
Compact Discs: Operatic & Choral Repertoire
1617.*BARBER: A Hand of Bridge. SCHUMAN: The Mighty Casey (abridged). BLITZSTEIN: The Harpies. Rees; Aks; Bogdan; Muenz; Najera; Gregg Smith; Gregg Smith Singers; Adirondack Ch Orch. [William Schuman is reader in his little opera] Premier PRCD-1009. 12.00

1618.*BERLIOZ: Les Nuits d'Ete (Te Kanawa); La Mort de Cleopatra (Norman). Barenboim/Paris Orch. DGG 410 966-2. 10.00

1619.*BERLIOZ: Te Deum. Araiza; Abbado/European Community Youth Orch; Various Choirs. [Live; St.Alban's Cathedral] DGG 410 696-2. 10.00

1620.*BRAHMS: Funeral Ode, Op.13; Nanie; Alto Rhapsody; Song of Destiny. Hodgson; Haitink/BVRS & Cho. [dig] Orfeo C-025821 A. 10.00

1621.*GILBERT & SULLIVAN: The Mikado. Adams; Johnson; Suart; Van Allan; Folwell; Howells; Watson; Mackerras/Welsh National Opera. Telarc CD-80284. FS 12.00

1622.*GILBERT & SULLIVAN: The Pirates of Penzance. Ainsley; Evans; Suart; Van Allan; Adams; Folwell; Knight; Mackerras/Welsh National Opera. Telarc CD-80353. 12.00

1623.*GOLIJOU: (Osualdo): Oceana (Souza, vocals; Spano/Atlanta Sym & Cho); Tenebrae (Kronos Quartet); Three Songs (Upshaw; Spano/Atlanta Sym). DGG 00289-477 6426. 12.00

1624.*HAYDN: Arriana a Naxos; 6 Canzonette. Jeanne Marie Bima, soprano; Hans Ludwig Hirsch, piano. Frequenz Venetia CVH-1. 12.00

1625.*HAYDN: The Seasons. Mathis; Jerusalem; Fischer-Dieskau; Marriner/ASMF. Philips 411 428-2(2). 18.00

1626.*KOECHLIN: The Jungle Book (complete series of five symphonic poems after Kipling). Vermillion, ms; Botha, ten; Lukas, bar; Zinman/Berlin Radio Orch; RIAS Ch Cho. RCA 09026-61955-2(2). 18.00

1627.*MENDELSSOHN: A Midsummer Night's Dream - Complete Incidental Music. Auger, soprano; Murray, mezzo; Marriner/PO; Ambrosian Singers. Philips 411 106-2. 10.00

1628.*MOZART: Mass in C Minor, K.427. Hendricks; Perry; Schreier; Luxon; Karajan/BPO; Vienna Singverein. DGG 400 067-2. 10.00

1629.*MOZART: Requiem. Donath; Minton; Davies; Nienstadt; Davis/BBC Sym; Alldis Cho. Philips 420 353. 10.00

1630.*PURCELL: Dido and Aeneas. Murray; Yakar; Scharinger; Esswood; Harnoncourt/Concentus Musicus Wien; Arnold-Schonberg-Chor. Teldec 8.42919 ZK. 10.00

1631.*VERDI: Nabucco. Cappuccilli; Domingo; Nesterenko; Dimitrova; Popp; Terrani; Sinopoli/Berlin Opera. [dig] DGG 410-512-2(2). 18.00

1632.*WAGNER: Das Rheingold. Hale; Schwarz; Gustafson; Begley; Schreier; Kapellmann; Rootering; Fink; Dohnanyi/Cleveland Orchestra. London 443 690-2(2). 35.00



Compact Discs: Operatic & Choral Highlights
1633.*BERLIOZ: Damnation of Faust (exc). Riegel; Von Stade; Van Dam; King; Solti/CSO & Cho. London 410 181-2. 10.00

1634. STRAUSS (J): Die Fledermaus (excerpts). Herzog; Dietrich; Scheele-Muller; Philipp; J. & A. Lieban; Arnold; Seidler-Winkler/Grammophon-Orchester; Cho of Koniglichen Hofoper, Berlin. [recorded 1907; includes English notes] Lebendige Vergangenheit LV 89970. 12.00


Compact Discs: Vocalists
1635.*AMELING: Ravel - Sheherazade. Duparc - Chanson Triste; L'Invitation au Voyage. Debussy - La Damoiselle Elue. de Waart/SFSO. Philips 410 043-2. 10.00

1636.*BERGONZI/FISCHER-DIESKAU: Duets from Otello, Vespri, Forza(2), Don Carlos, Boheme, Gioconda & Pecheurs. Lopez-Cobos/BVRS. Orfeo C-028821 A. 10.00

1637.*FERRIER: Mahler - Kindertotenlieder (Walter/VPO). Gluck - Four Arias from Orfeo. Songs of Purcell(2), Handel(2), Green(2) & Mendelssohn. Misc accompaniments. EMI CDH-7610032. 10.00

1638.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Schubert - Schwanengesang. Brendel, piano. Philips 411 051. 10.00

1639.*FISCHER-DIESKAU: Schubert - Winterreise. Moore, piano. DGG 415 187-2. 10.00
Compact Discs: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire
1640.*KRENEK: Symphony #2, Op.12. Zagrosek/Leipzig Gewandhaus. London 452 479-2. 10.00

1641.*LYAPUNOV: Symphony #2; Zelazowa Wola, Symphonic Poem. Svetlanov/USSR Symphony. Melodiya SUCD-10-0173. 12.00

1642.*MAHLER: Symphony # 4. Blegen; Levine/CSO. RCA RCD1-0895. 10.00

1643.*MAHLER: Symphony # 5. Solti/CSO. London 414 321-2. 10.00

1644.*MAHLER: Symphony # 6. Tennstedt/LPO. EMI CDC7-47051 2(2). 18.00

1645.*MAHLER: Symphony # 6; Kindertotenlieder (Hampson). Bernstein/VPO. [live] DGG 427 697-2(2). 20.00

1646.*MAHLER: Symphony # 6; Totenfeier. Segerstam/Danish Radio Orch. Chandos CHAN-8956/7(2). 20.00

1647.*MAHLER: Symphony # 7. Levi/Atlanta Sym. Telarc 2CD-80514. 12.00

1648.*MAHLER: Symphony # 8. Robinson; Blegen; Sasson; Quivar; Myers; Riegel; Luxon; Howell; Ozawa/BSO; Tanglewood Festival Cho; Boston Boy Choir. Philips 410 607-2(2). 18.00

1649.*MAHLER: Symphony # 9. Solti/CSO. Decca 410 012-2(2). 18.00

1650.*MARTIN: (Frank): Les Quatres Elements; Cello Concerto (Jean Decroos). Haitink/ACO. [live performances, 1965 & 1970] Preludio PRL-2147. 25.00

1651.*MENDELSSOHN: String Symphonies #7, #8, #10. Boughton/English String Orch. Nimbus NI-5142. 10.00

1652.*NIELSEN: Rapsodic Overture; Pan & Syrinx; Saga-Dream; Prelude to The Mother; Maskarade (3 excerpts); Little Suite for Strings; Saul & David, Prelude to Act 2. Veto/Odense Sym. Big Ben 571-911 2. FS 12.00

CDs: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire - continued
1653.*NIELSEN: Symphonies #1 - #6. Bryden Thomson/Royal Scottish Orch. Chandos CHAN-9163-5(3). 35.00

1654.*NIELSEN: Symphonies #1 - #6. Neeme Jarvi/Gothenburg Symphony Orch. DGG 437 507-2(3). 35.00

1655.*NIELSEN: Symphony #2 & #3. Leaper/National Sym Orch of Ireland. Naxos 8.550825. 6.00

1656. RAVEL: Ravel's Ravel: Recordings Directed of Supervised by the Composer. He conducted: Bolero; Introduction & Allegro. He supervised or approved: Quartet in F (International Quartet); Pavane (Pierne/Colonne Orch); La Valse (Wolff/Lamoureux). [recorded 1923-30] Music & Art CD-703. 35.00

1657.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 5. Haitink/ACO. Decca 410 017-2. 10.00

1658.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 8. Haitink/ACO. Decca 411 616-2. 10.00

1659.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Job: A Masque for Dancing; Wasps Overture (Boult/LPO). MALCOLM ARNOLD: Four Scottish Dances (Composer/LPO). ["Ultra Analog;" 20-bit mastering; produced by Vanguard Classics] Everest EVC-9006. 12.00
Compact Discs: Chamber Music
1660.*BEETHOVEN: Archduke Trio; Ghost Trio. Beaux Arts Trio. Philips 412 891-2. 10.00

1661.*BEETHOVEN: Trio #7 ("Archduke") & #8. Ashkenazy; Perlman; Harrell. [notes in Japanese only] Japanese EMI CC38-3027. 12.00


Compact Discs: Collections
1662.*AUSTRALIAN PERCUSSION MUSIC: NIGEL WESTLAKE - Omphalo Centric Lecture. MARTIN WESLEY-SMITH - White Knight & Beaver. PETER SCULTHORPE - How the Stars Were Made. ROSS EDWARDS - Marimba Dances. Michael Askill, percussion. Cross SCCD-1021. 16.00

1663.*CELEBRATE AMERICA: National Anthem; American Salute; America the Beautiful; Stars & Stripes; 76 Trombones; Variations on America; Cohan Medley; Victory at Sea Suite; Texas Medley; National Emblem; God Bless America. Comissiona/Houston Symphony. ProArte CDD-263. 1.00

1664.*LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE: Works of DAVID MASLANKA, ANDREW FRANK, DANIEL LEVITAN & ALBERTO GINASTERA. [recorded 1994-95] Lawrence University (no #). FS 18.00

1665.*MUSIC FROM ESTONIA, VOLUME 1: HEINO ELLER (1887-1970): Elegia for Harp & Strings; Five Pieces for Strings; Tone Poem "Dawn." KALJO RAID (b.1922): Symphony #1 (1944). Jarvi/Scottish Ntnl Orch. Chandos CHAN-8525. 15.00

1666.*POINTS OF ENTRY THE LAURELS PROJECT, VOL.1: Contemporary Works for Solo Flute by American Women. Works of Shulamit Ran; Maggi Payne; Ruth Loman; Terry Owens; Emma Lou Diemer; Winifred Hyson; Sylvia Glickman; Cindy Cox; Joan Tower; Jeanne Shaffer; Beth Anderson; Mary Ann Walker; Marilyn Bliss; Cynthia Folio. Assimakopoulos, flute. Capstone CPS-8759. FS 12.00

1667.*SYMPHONIES NOS. 1: Haydn (#1); Bizet (in C); Prokofiev ("Classical.") Wolff/Saint Paul Ch Orch. Teldec 9031-77309-2. 10.00



Compact Discs: Violinists
1668.*GITLIS: Concerti of Tchaikovsky, Bruch, Mendelssohn, Bartok & Sibelius. Bartok Solo Sonata. Misc orchestras; conductors are Horenstein; Swarowsky; Hollreiser. Vox CDX2-5505(2). FS 16.00

1669.*KREMER: Beethoven Concerto. Marriner/ACMF. [wild, wonderful cadenzas by Alfred Schnittke, with snippets of subsequent famous fiddle concerti] Philips 410 549-2. 15.00

1670.*KREMER: Brahms Concerto. Bernstein/VPO. [live] DGG 410 029-2. 10.00

1671.*MUTTER: Andre Previn - Violin Concerto (Composer/BSO; concert performance). Bernstein - Serenade after Plato's "Symposium" (Previn/LSO). DGG B-0001313-02. 12.00

1672.*MUTTER: Mendelssohn & Bruch Concerti. Karajan/BPO. DGG 400 031-2. 10.00

1673.*PERLMAN: Mozart Concerto #3 & #5. Levine/VPO. DGG 410 020-2. 10.00

1674.*PERLMAN: Mozart Sonatas K.301 - K.304. Barenboim, piano. DGG 410 896-2. 10.00

1675.*PERLMAN: Prokofiev - The Two Concerti. Rozhdestvensky/BBC Sym. [notes in Japanese only] Japanese EMI CC38-3060. 12.00

1676.*PERLMAN: Saint-Saens Concerto #3. Wieniawski Concerto #2. Barenboim/Paris Orch. DGG 410 526-2. 10.00

1677.*RICCI: Menotti & Barber Concerti. Keith Clark/Pacific Symphony. Reference Recordings RR-45CD. 16.00

1678.*STERN & ZUKERMAN: Bach & Vivaldi - Concerti for Two Violins. Bach - Concerto for Violin & Oboe (Kilmer). Saint Paul Ch Orch. CBS MK-37278. 10.00

1679.*ZIMMERMANN: Beethoven Concerto; Romances #1 & #2. Tate/ECO. EMI CDC 7-49737 2. 10.00


Compact Discs: Cellists
1680.*FOURNIER: Dvorak Concerto. Scherchen/Orchestra della Radio della Svizzera Italiana, who also play Brahms - Symphony #3. [Broadcast performance; April 25, 1962; Lugano] Tahra TAH-116. 25.00

1681.*FOURNIER: Strauss - Don Quixote. Frank Martin - Cello Concerto. Szell/CO. [concert performances, 1967] Memories HR-4136. 25.00

1682.*HARRELL: Dvorak Concerto. Bruch - Kol Nidrei. Ashkenazy/PO. London 410 144. 10.00

1683.*MA: Bach - The Six Cello Suites. CBS M2K-37867(2). 18.00

1684.*MA: Beethoven - The Sonatas for Cello & Piano (5); Twelve Variations on "Ein Madchen oder Weibchen;" Seven Variations on "Bei Mannern, Welche Liebe Fuhlen." Ax, piano. CBS M2K-43446(2). 18.00
Compact Discs: Pianists
1685.*ARRAU: Beethoven Concerto #5. Davis/Staatskapelle Dresden. Philips 416 215-2. 10.00

1686.*ASHKENAZY: Mozart Concerto #23 & #27. Ashkenazy also conducts PO. London 400 087-10. 10.00

1687.*BERMAN: Brahms Concerto #1. Leinsdorf/CSO. CBS MK-35850. 10.00

1688.*BRENDEL: Beethoven Concerto #5; Choral Fantasy. Haitink/LPO (w/LPO Cho in fantasy). Philips 420 347-2. 10.00



CDs: Pianists - continued
1689.*BRENDEL: Mozart - Concerto #15 & #21. Marriner/ASMF. Philips 400 018-2. 10.00

1690.*DE LARROCHA: Mozart - Concerto #19 & #22. Segal/Vienna Symphony. London 410 140-2. 10.00

1691.*GILELS: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1 (Mehta/NYP; live). Bach-Siloti - Prelude #10. [notes in Japanese only] Japanese CBS Sony 38DC-18. 12.00

1692.*GOULD: Bach - Goldberg Variations. CBS MK-37779. 10.00

1693.*GOULD: Brahms - Ballades, Op.10; Rhapsodies, Op.79. CBS MK-37800. 10.00

1694.*HOROIWITZ: Beethoven Sonatas #8 ("Pathetique"), #14 ("Moonlight) & #23 ("Appassionata.") [notes in Japanese only] Japanese CBS Sony 35DC-61. 12.00

1695.*HOROWITZ: Rachmaninoff Concerto #3. Ormandy/NYP. [live, Golden Jubilee Concert; Carnegie Hall; January 8, 1978] RCA RCD1-2633. 12.00

1696. HOROWITZ: Rachmaninov Concerto #3. Koussevitsky/Los Angeles Philharmonic. [live concert; August 8, 1950). KOUSSEVITZKY also conducts Mussorgsky's Night on Bald Mountain from live BSO concert (December 30, 1944). As Disc AS-550. 25.00

1697.*KOCSIS: Rachmaninoff - Concerto #3 & #4. de Waart/SFSO. Philips 411 475-2. 10.00

1698.*LUPU: Beethoven Concerto #5. Mehta/Israel Philharmonic. Decca 400 050-2. 10.00

1699.*POGORELICH: Chopin - Concerto #2 (Abbado/CSO); Polonaise in f#, Op.44. DGG 410 507-2. 10.00

1700.*SERKIN: Beethoven Concerto #5. Osawa/BSO. Telarc CD-80065. 10.00

1701.*TAN: (Melvin): Beethoven - Concerto #5; Choral Fantasy. Norrington/London Classical Players. EMI CDC-7 49965 2. 12.00
Compact Discs: Conductors
1702.*ASHKENAZY: Sibelius - Symphony #4; Luonnotar (Soderstrom); Finlandia. PO. Decca 400 056-2. 10.00

1703.*ASHKENAZY: Strauss - Symphonia Domestica; Don Juan. CPO. Ondine ODE-943. 16.00

1704.*BEECHAM: Bizet - L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & #2 (RPO); Symphony in C (ORTF). EMI CDC-7 47794 2. 12.00

1705.*BERNSTEIN: Beethoven - Symphony #3; Egmont Overture. VPO. DGG 413 778-2. 10.00

1706.*BERNSTEIN: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies; Overtures: Coriolan, Leonore #3, Fidelio, Egmont, Prometheus, King Stephan. Jones; Schwarz; Kollo; Moll; VSO Cho (in 9th); VPO. [In two oversized CD cases; large booklet; all in slipcase] DGG 423 481-2(6). (slight slipcase scuffs; CD's & cases lovely) 35.00

1707.*BERNSTEIN: Brahms - Symphony #2; Academic Festival Overture. VPO. DGG 410 082-2. 10.00

1708.*BERNSTEIN: Brahms - Symphony #3; Haydn Variations. VPO. DGG 410 083-2. 10.00

1709.*BERNSTEIN: Brahms - Symphony #4; Tragic Overture. VPO. DGG 410 084-2. 10.00

1710.*BERNSTEIN: Nielsen - Symphony #3 (Royal Danish Orchestra); Symphony #5 (NYP). [Royal Edition; #60 of 100] Sony SMK-47598. 16.00

1711.*CHAILLY: Rossini Overtures - La Gazza Ladra; La Scala di Seta; Il Signore Bruschino; William Tell; Il Turco a Italia; I Viaggio a Reims; L'Italiana in Algeri. National Philharmonic. Decca 400 049-2. 10.00

1712.*DAVIS: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique. ACO. Philips 411 425-2. 12.00

CDs: Conductors - continued
1713.*DAVIS: Sibelius - Symphony #3 & #7. LSO. [concert performances, 2003] LSO Live LSO-0051. 12.00

1714.*DOHNANYI: Schubert - Symphony #8. Beethoven - Symphony #8. CO. Telarc CD-80091. 10.00

1715.*DORATI: Strauss - Don Juan; Death & Transfiguration; Till Eulenspiegel. Detroit Symphony. London 400 085-2. 10.00

1716.*DUTOIT: Offenbach - Gaite Parisienne. Gounod - Faust Ballet Music. Montreal Sym. Decca 411 708-2. 10.00

1717.*DUTOIT: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe (complete ballet). Montreal Symphony & Cho. London 400 055-2. 10.00

1718.*DUTOIT: Respighi - Pines & Fountains of Rome; Feste Romane. Montreal Sym. London 410 145-2. 10.00

1719.*DUTOIT: Stravinsky - Apollon Musagete; Danses Concertantes; Dumbarton Oaks Concerto; Concerto in D. Sinfonietta de Montreal. London 440 327. 10.00

1720.*FIEDLER: Offenbach in America - Overtures to Orpheus in Hades, Belle Helene, Grand Duchess; Excerpts from Tales, Genevieve, La Perichole; Les Belles Americaines; Musette - Air de Ballet; Overture to Orpheus in Hades. IBERT - Divertissement. BPS. [Recorded 1956; The Abso!ute Sound re LP issue of Offenbach on LSC-1990: Issue #96, pages 148-50] RCA 09026-61429-2. 12.00

1721. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #5; Egmont Overture. Dvorak - Slavonic Dance, Op.46, #3. Bach - Brandenburg Concerto #3. Brahms - Hungarian Dances #1 & #10. Weber - Invitation to the Dance. Wagner - Siegfried's Funeral Music. Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. Overtures - Freischutz; Figaro; Seraglio; Fledermaus; Egmont; Barber of Seville; Gazza Ladra. BPO. [recorded 1930-1937] Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS-277/78(2). 35.00

1722.*GIULINI: Brahms - Symphony #1. LAPO. DGG 410 023-2. 10.00

1723.*GIULINI: Schumann - Symphony #3; Manfred Overture. LAPO. DGG 400 062-2. 10.00

1724.*GOOSSENS: Rachmaninov - Symphonic Dances. FISTOULARI: Khachaturian - Gayne Suite. LSO in both. Price-Less D-22654. 9.00

1725.*GOULD: Weinberger - Polka & Fugue from "Schwanda." Turina - Orgia. Ginastera - Estancia Suite. Ravel - Bolero. Shostakovich - Festive Overture. LSO. Varese Sarabande VCD-47209. 10.00

1726.*HOGWOOD: Beethoven - Symphony #4 & #5. AAM. [original instruments] Oiseau-Lyre 417 615-2. 12.00

1727.*HORENSTEIN: Strauss - Death & Transfiguration. Hindemith - Mathis der Maler. LSO. Chandos CHAN-6549. FS 16.00

1728.*KARAJAN: Nielsen - Symphony #4. Sibelius - Swan. BPO. DGG 445 518-2. 12.00

1729. KOUSSEVITZKY: Beethoven - Symphony #3. BSO. [Live; October 6, 1945; includes brief radio comments by Koussevitzky regarding the end of WWII and "the peaceful world of the future."] AS Disc AS-561. 35.00

1730. KOUSSEVITZKY: Bruckner - Symphony #8. BSO. [Live, 1947; brutally cut to fit 1-hour broadcast time slot, but WHAT a performance!] AS Disc AS-560. FS 45.00

1731. KOUSSEVITZKY: Malipiero - Symphony #4 ("In Memoriam Natalia Koussevitzky"). Casella - Concerto for Piano, Violin & Cello (Composer; Poltronieri; Bonucci). BSO. [Live; 1948 (Malipiero) & 1936] AS Disc AS-559. 35.00

CDs: Conductors - continued
1732. KOUSSEVITZKY: Mozart - Symphonies #29, #36 & #39. BSO. [These are live performances, from 1944, 1948 & 1943 respectively - not the commerical issues he did of the same works.] AS Disc AS-554. 35.00

1733. KOUSSEVITZKY: Ravel - Rapsodie Espanole (recorded 1945); Pavane pour une Infanta Defunte (1946). Debussy - La Mer (1949); Two Nocturnes (1944). BSO. As Disc AS-574. 35.00

1734. KOUSSEVITZKY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6 (BSO; live concert; February 9, 1946); Romeo & Juliet (LAPO; live concert; August 29, 1950). As Disc AS-551. 35.00

1735. KRAUSS: Brahms - Symphony #3 (recorded 1930). Strauss - Suite from Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme (1929); Salome's Dance (1941). VPO. Koch 3-7129-2 H1. 16.00

1736. KUBELIK: Martinu - Les Fresques de Piero della Francesca (world premiere performance). Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. VPO. [Concert performances; Salzburg Festival; August 26, 1956] Orfeo C-521 991 B. 25.00

1737.*KUBELIK: Mozart - Symphony #35 & #36; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. VPO. [I don't believe this was ever issued on LP in the U.S.] Royal Classics ROY-6410. 16.00

1738.*MAAZEL: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Popp; Obraztsova; Vickers; Talvela; CO & Cho. CBS MK-38868. 10.00

1739.*MAAZEL: Berlioz - Harold in Italy. Wolfgang Christ, viola; BPO. DGG 415 109-2. 10.00

1740.*MAAZEL: Holst - The Planets. Orchestre National de France & Female Cho. CBS CD-37249. 10.00

1741.*MAAZEL: Stravinsky - Le Sacre du Printemps. CO. Telarc CD-80054. 10.00

1742.*MAAZEL: Wagner Overtures - Rienzi, Dutchman, Meistersinger & Tannhauser. PO. CBS MK-36699. 10.00

1743.*MACKERRAS: Mozart - Posthorn Serenade; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. Prague Chamber Orch. Telarc CD-80108. 10.00

1744.*MARRINER: Bach Brandenburgs #1, #2 & #3. Szeryng; Petri; Holliger; Bernard; Sillito; etc; ASMF. Philips 400 076-2. 10.00

1745.*MARRINER: Bach Brandenburgs #4, #5 & #6. Szeryng; Petri; Selin; Rampal; Malcolm; etc; ASMF. Philips 400 077-2. 10.00

1746.*MARRINER: Dvorak Serenades. ASMF Philips 400 020-2. 10.00

1747.*MARRINER: Espana; Bolero; Capriccio Italien; Jota Aragonesa. Staatskapelle Dresden. Philips 410 047. 10.00

1748.*MARRINER: Faure - Masques et Bergamasques; Fantasie for Flute; Pavane (with chorus); Pelleas et Melisande Suite. ASMF. London 410 552-2. 10.00

1749.*MARRINER: Wagner - Overtures to Rienzi, Flying Dutchman, Meistersinger; Siegfried's Rhine Journey. Mpls. Telarc CD-80083. 10.00

1750.*MASUR: Ives/Schuman - Variations on America. Reger - Mozart Variations. Brahms - Haydn Variations. NYP. Teldec D-101224. 16.00

1751.*MEHTA: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. NYP CBS MK-35823. 10.00

1752.*MUTI: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. Phila. [notes in Japanese only] Japanese EMI CC38-3041. 12.00

1753.*NEUMANN: Janacek - Sinfonietta; Taras Bulba. CPO. Supraphon 38C37-7056. 12.00

1754.*NEUMANN: Smetana - Ma Vlast. Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch. Teldec 8.35672(2). 18.00

CDs: Conductors - continued
1755. ORMANDY: Mussorgsky (orch. Lucien Cailliet) - Pictures at an Exhibition (world premiere recording of a Philadelphia Orchestra commission). Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6 (the very first Ormandy/Philadelphia recording). Phila. Biddulph WHL-046. FS 35.00

1756.*OZAWA: Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra. BSO. Philips 400 072-2. 10.00

1757.*RATTLE: Sibelius - Symphony #5; Night Ride & Sunrise. PO. [notes in Japanese only] Japanese EMI CC38-3059. 12.00

1758.*REINER: Falla - El Amor Brujo (Leontyne Price); Dances from 3-Cornered Hat; Interlude 7 Dance from La Vida Breve. Granados - Intermezzo from Goyescas. Albeniz - Navarra; Iberia: Fete-Dieu a Seville & Triana. CSO. RCA RCD1-5404. 12.00

1759.*REINER: Mussorgsky/Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition. Respighi - Pines & Fountains of Rome. CSO. RCA RCD1-5407. 12.00

1760.*REINER: Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra (1954; the first of their two recordings of the work); Le Bourgeous Gentilhomme Suite (1956); Rosenkavalier Waltzes (1957). CSO. RCA 09026-60930-2. 12.00

1761.*REINER: Strauss - Don Juan (1960; the second of their two recording of the work); Ein Heldenleben. CSO. RCA RCD1-5408. 12.00

1762.*REINER: Strauss - Don Quixote (Janigro, cello); Burleske (Janis, piano). CSO. RCA 5734-2-RC. 12.00

1763. RODZINSKI: Franck - Symphony. Dvorak - Cello Concerto (Leonard Rose). NYP. [both live, 1945; interesting touches and some small cuts in the concerto] As Disc AS-630. 32.00

1764. RODZINSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4; Nutcracker Suite (excerpts). NYP. [Live, 1945/46] AS Disc AS-520. 25.00

1765. RODZINSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5; Eugene Onegin Polonaise. NYP. [Live, 1945; strong performances in fine sound!] AS Disc AS-514. 25.00

1766. SCHERCHEN: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet; 1812 Overture; March Slave. LSO. Virtuoso PVCD-8386. 16.00

1767.*SCHWARZ: Handel - Water Music. Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. Delos D/CD-3010. 10.00

1768.*SHAW: Stravinsky - Firebird Suite (1919). BORODIN - Prince Igor: Overture & Polovetsian Dances. Atlanta Symphony & Chorus. Telarc CD-80039. 10.00

1769.*SINOPOLI: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4. Schubert - Symphony #8. PO. DGG 410 862-2. 10.00

1770.*SINOPOLI: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben; Don Juan. Staatskapelle Dresden. DGG 435 790-2. 12.00

1771.*SLATKIN: Bizet - Carmen Suite #1 (plus two selections from Suite #2). Grieg - Peer Gynt Suite. Saint Louis Symphony. Telarc CD-80048. 10.00

1772.*SLATKIN: RUSSIAN WORKS - Russlan & Ludmilla Overture; Russian Easter Overture; Russian Sailor's Dance; Marche Slav; In the Steppes of Central Asia. St. Louis Sym. [1981] Telarc CD-80072. 10.00

1773.*SOLTI: Bruckner - Symphony #4. CSO. London 410 550-2. 10.00

1774.*SOLTI: Schubert - Symphony #9. VPO. London 400 082-2. 10.00



CDs: Conductors - continued
1775. STOKOWSKI: Bach Transcriptions: Twenty-eight works. Notes describe the contents as "one version (in each case the best) of every Bach transcription Stokowski recorded with his greatest ensemble creation, the Philadelphia Orchestra." Includes ten works which he did not re-record. Also includes brief, very humorous, interview (1962) with Stokowski regarding his transcriptions. [Recorded 1927-1940; transferred by Mark Obert-Thorn] Pearl GEMM-9098(2). 35.00

1776.*STOKOWSKI: Bartok - Concerto for Orchestra (Houston Sym). FERENCSIK: Kodaly - Psalmus Hungaricus (Nilsson, tenor; LPO; LPO Cho. [described as "35mm Ultra Analog;" 20-bit mastering; produced by Vanguard Classics] Everest EVC-9008. 16.00

1777.*STOKOWSKI: Otto Klemperer - Merry Waltz. Brahms - Symphony #4. Ravel - Rapsodie Espagnole. Vaughan Williams - Tallis Fantasia. NPO. [Live; May 4, 1974; Albert Hall] BBC Radio Classics BBCRD-9107. 25.00

1778. STRAUSS: Beethoven - Symphony #5 (recorded 1928); Symphony #7 (recorded 1926). Berlin State Opera Orch. Dante LYS-216. 16.00

1779. SZELL: Beethoven - Symphony #3; Egmont Over. CPO. [Salzburg Festival, 1963] Sony SMK-68447. 12.00

1780. SZELL: Bruckner - Symphony #3. Staatskapelle Dresden. [Salzburg Festival, 1965] Sony SMK-68448. 12.00

1781.*SZELL: Mahler - Symphony #9. CO. [Concert performance; May 9, 1968] Stradivarius STR-10012. 18.00

1782.*SZELL: Schubert - Symphony #9. CO. CBS MYK-37239. 10.00

1783. TALICH: Dvorak - Slavonic Dances (Op.46 & Op.72, complete). CPO. [rec 1935, London] BBC CD-731. 12.00

1784.*TILSON-THOMAS: Mahler - Symphony #7. LSO. RCA 09026-63510-2(2). 16.00

1785. TOSCANINI: Franck - Symphony (taken from concert performances; 1940 & 1946; Studio 8-H). Saint-Saens - Symphony #3 (NBC broadcast & preceding rehearsal; November 14 & 15, 1952; Carnegie Hall). RCA 60320-2-RG. 20.00

1786. TOSCANINI: Sibelius - Symphony #2; Finlandia; The Swan of Tuonela; Pohjola's Daughter. NBC Sym. RCA 09026-60294-2. 18.00

1787. TOSCANINI: Wagner - Siegfried's Rhine Journey; Lohengrin Preludes, Acts I & III. Verdi - Traviata Preludes, Acts I & III. Rossini Overtures - Semiramide; Italiana; Barber of Seville. Gluck - Dance of the Blessed Spirits. NYP. [recorded 1929-1936] RCA 60318-2-RG. 16.00

1788.*VON MATACIC: Bruckner - Symphony #7. Slovene Philharmonic. [Matacic's final recording; June 1984] Denon 32CO-2035. 16.00

1789. WALTER: Berlioz - Corsaire Overture; Three Excerpts from Damnation of Faust. Wagner - Lohengrin Preludes I & III; Tristan Prelude & Liebestod; Faust Overture. NYP (in Tristan & Lohengrin; live, 1944); NBC Symphony (in the rest; live, 1939). As Disc AS-414. 35.00

1790. WALTER: Schumann - Symphony #1 (NYP; live; December 16, 1945); Symphony #4 (NBC Sym; live; March 2, 1940). AS Disc AS-413. 25.00


Compact Discs: Jazz
1791.*CHICK COREA & FRIEDRICH GULDA: The Meeting - Improvisations on Two Pianos: Someday My Prince Will Come; Put Your Little Foot Out; Poem #3; Wiegenlied. Philips 410 397-2. 12.00

1792. DUKE ELLINGTON & HIS ORCHESTRA: 1939-1940. Twenty-two works; includes some selections from the small-group sessions led my Ellington sidemen Cootie Williams; Barney Bigard; extraordinary Ellington era. [from Classics' chronological series; French issue, but including English notes] Classics 790. FS 16.00

1793.*DUKE ELLINGTON ORCHESTRA: Only God Can Make a Tree. Compositions of Duke, Mercer & Paul Ellington; Steve Fox. Recorded c.1996; Mercer Ellington, conductor. Musicmasters 01612-65117-2. 12.00

1794.*GEORGE SHEARING: I Hear a Rhapsody - Live at the Blue Note. Neil Swainson, bass; Grady Tate, drums. Telarc CD-83310. 12.00

1795.*JOHN LEWIS: The Bridge Game - Based on Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I. Ensemble behind Lewis' piano includes violin, viola, guitar & bass. Philips 826 698-2. 12.00

1796.*PHIL WOODS: Real Life. The Little Big Band. Chesky JD-47. FS 12.00

1797. TALKING & PREACHING TROMBONES: Twenty pieces, recorded 1924-1945. Soloists include J. C. Higginbotham; Jimmy Harrison; Jimmy Archey; Joe Nanton; Kid Ory; Dickie Wells; Sandy Williams; Benny Morton; Vic Dickenson; & Trummy Young. Jazz Archives 102. FS 16.00
Compact Discs: Musicals - Original Cast
1798.*A PARTY WITH BETTY COMDEN &: ADOLPH GREEN. Recorded live at Arena Stage, Washington, D.C.; May 1, 1977. DRG CD-2-5177(2). 12.00

1799.*CANTERBURY TALES: (Original Broadway Cast). Angel ZDM-7243565171. FS 12.00




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