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Wolfgang Manz: Rachmaninov Concerto #2. Boyan Vodenitcharov: Beethoven Concerto #5. All with Octors/Belgian National Orchestra. Phonic 2980 005(3). A- to A 10.00

LP's: Collections - continued
1359. THE ORCHESTRA THAT REFUSED TO DIE: The Symphony of the Air (the re-formed NBC Symphony) in their first recording - without conductor - from late 1954 (following Toscanini's retirement in April of that year). DVORAK - Symphony #9. WAGNER - Meistersinger Prelude. TCHAIKOVSKY - Nutcracker Suite. BERLIOZ - Roman Carnival Overture. [in nice fold-open album with articles by Jay Harrison and Dan Paonessa (from Parade)]. Roulette RSP-1(2). A-- 25.00

1360. THE SYMPHONY IN CAPETOWN: 1935-1984. Walter Friedland - Cape Town Pictures (Escher, conductor; 1984). Bach - Fugue in f; Theo Wendt - Botha's Boys (both conducted by W.J. Pickerill, 1948 & 1935). Excerpts from Elijah, conducted by Albert Coates, 1952. Mignon aria sung by Albina Bini (1940). [blank jacket; no notes] Claremont Record #9. A- 6.00


LP's: Bassoon
1361.*JANOTA: Vivaldi - Bassoon Concerti #1, 6, 11, 14, 21 & 29. Sandor/Liszt Ch Orch. Hungaroton SLPX-11643. FS 4.00

1362.*MILLER: (John): Concerti of Weber & Hummel. Farberman/Copenhagen Ch Orch. Cambridge CRS-2818. A- 4.00


LP's: Flute
1363.*DEBOST: Golden Age of the Flute: Works of Jules Demersseman, Theobald Boehm, Jean-Louis Tulou & Franz Doppler. Ivaldi, piano. Sera S-60247. FS 4.00

1364.*LINDE: Concerti by Sammartini, Albinoni, Vivaldi & Scarlatti (Sinfonie #2 w/Andre, trumpet). Sacher/Collegium Musicum Zurich. Archiv 198 466. FS 4.00

1365.*NICOLET: Bach - Sonatas BWV 1020 & 1030-32. Richter, harpsichord. Archiv 2533 368. FS 4.00
LP's: Trumpet
1366.*TARR: Baroque Masterpieces for Trumpet & Organ by Greene, Prentzl, Krebs, Pezel, Purcell & Stanley. Kent, organ. None H-71279. FS 4.00
LP's: Tuba
1367.*PIERNIK: Short works of Eccles, Dvorak, Mozart, Schumann, Saint-Saens, Schubert, Mussorgsky & Paderewski. Lesniak, piano. Stolat SMZ-0115. A-(c/c) 4.00
LP's: Violinists
1368.*AYO: Schubert - Rondo in A. I Musici, who also play 5 Minuets & 6 Trios for Strings, Op.9 and Mendelssohn String Symphony #9. Philips PHS-900-177. FS 4.00

1369.*AYO: Vivaldi - The Four Seasons. Negri/Berlin Ch Orch. Philips 9500 100. A- to A 4.00

1370.*BRESS: Busoni Sonata #1 & #2. Johnsson, piano. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-296. A-(c/c) 12.00

1371.*BROWN: (Iona): Beethoven Concerto. Marriner/ASMF. London 414 501-1. A-(Dutch pressing) 4.00

1372.*FENYVES: (Lorand): Beethoven Sonatas #6 & #9. Anton Kuerti, piano. [recorded live; July, 1969; Jeunesses Musicales du Canada] Canadian RCA LSC-3146. A- 9.00

1373.*FERRAS: Brahms Concerto. Karajan/BPO. [Grand Prix du Disque] DGG 138 930. A- to A 6.00

1374.*FODOR: Tchaikovsky Concerto. Saint-Saens - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso. Leinsdorf/NPO. RCA ARL1-0781. A- 9.00

1375.*FRANCESCATTI: Mozart Concerti #3 & #4. Walter/Col Sym. Col MS-6063. A-("2-eyes" labels) 9.00

1376. FRANCESCATTI: Ravel - Sonata for Violin & Piano; Kaddisch; Piece en Forme de Habanera; Berceuse; Tzigane. Balsam, piano. Col ML-5058. A-("6-eyes" labels) 12.00

1377. FUCHS: Martinu - Three Madrigals. Mozart Duo #2. Lillian Fuchs, viola. Decca DL-8510. A-(superb copy) 6.00

1378.*GERLE: Hindemith Concerto (Kammermusik #4). Weill Concerto. Scherchen/Ens. Westminster WGS-8269. A-(c/c) 8.00

1379. HEIFETZ: Beethoven - The Complete Sonatas for Violin & Piano. Brooks Smith, piano (in Op.47); Emanuel Bay (in rest). [mono-only issue] [WD labels] RCA LM-6707(5). A-(marks on side 7 cause only mod snd, 1/8-inch) 14.00

1380. HEIFETZ: Debussy: Golliwogg's Cakewalk; Clair de Lune. Mozart: Largo al Factotum. Old Irish Melody - Gweedore Brae. Bay; Kay, pf. [7-in; 45rpm] Decca ED-3502. B+(bbl snds 15 sec, Clair) 6.00

1381. HLAVACEK: Foerster Concerto #2, Op.104. Jiracek/Czech Radio Orch. [in plain Supraphon sleeve; no notes; apparently as issued] Supraphon DV-5893. A- 9.00

1382.*HOELSCHER: Brahms Concerto. Tennstedt/NDR. [digital] Angel DS-37798. FS(demo copy) 4.00

1383. HUBERMAN: Beethoven Concerto. Szell/VPO. French EMI 1435341. A- 12.00

1384. HUBERMAN: Mozart Concerto #4 (Walter/NYP). Beethoven Sonata #9 (Schultze, piano). Rococo 2026. A-(demo copy) 14.00

1385.*JANOWSKI: (Piotr): Szymanowski Concerto #1. Mozart Concerto #4. Wislocki/Warsaw Philharmonic. Muza SXL-0518. A- 9.00

1386.*JENSON: Sibelius Concerto. Saint-Saens - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso. Ormandy/Phila. [dig] RCA ATC1-3972. A- 10.00

1387. KOGAN: Khachaturian Concerto. Composer/USSR Radio Orch. MK 1533. A-(a little vinyl "presence"/excellent for MK) 9.00

1388. KREISLER: Encores by Kreisler(5), Lehar(2), Godowsky, Meyer-Helmund(w/John McCormack & Schwab, piano), Johnson, Falla, Debussy, Albeniz(2) & Dvorak(2). Lamson, piano. Pearl GEMM-233. A- to A 4.00

1389. KREISLER: Mendelssohn Concerto (Blech/BSOO). Encores: Massenet, Dittersdorf, Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, Dvorak, Bizet, Chopin. Pearl GEMM-276. A- 12.00



LP's: Violinists - continued
1390.*KREMER: Mozart - Violin Concerto #3; Concertone for Two Violins (Grindenko). Kremer/Orch. [Hungarian-only notes] Hungaroton SLPX-12079. A- 4.00

1391. KUBELIK: (Jan): Short works of Bach, Handel, Ries, Fiorillo, Paganini, St.Lubin, Bazzini, Wieniawski(2), Sarasate(3) & Kubelik. [recorded 1903-20] Melodiya M10-45295 004. A- 12.00

1392. LAUTENBACHER: Beethoven - Concerto (Reichert/Westphalian Sym); Romances (Cremer/Badische Staatskapelle). Vox PL-11-170. A- 7.00

1393.*LAUTENBACHER: Vivaldi - Four Seasons. Faerber/Wurttemberg Ch Orch. Turn TVS-34040. FS 4.00

1394. LAUTERBACHER: Locatelli - Volume #1 of The Art of the Violin (Concerti #1 - #6). Kehr/Mainz Chamber Orch. Vox VBX-40(3). A- 12.00

1395. LAUTERBACHER: Locatelli - Volume #2 of The Art of the Violin (Concerti #7 - #12). Kehr/Mainz Chamber Orch. Vox VBX-41(3). A- 12.00

1396. MENUHIN: Beethoven Concerto. Furtwangler/PO. [first UK pressing] EMI ALP-1100. A-(beg of sds crackly; minor cov tape repair) 20.00

1397. MENUHIN: Bruch (#1) & Mendelssohn Concerti. Susskind(Bruch) & Kurtz(Mendelssohn) / PO. Capitol G-7148. A- 8.00

1398. MENUHIN: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Fournet/Colonne Orch. [early labels] RCA LM-1011. B++(lgt rubs cause little or no sound) 11.00

1399. MILSTEIN: Tchaikovsky Concerto. Stock/CSO. Entre RL-3032. A- to B++(quietest copy I've seen!) 27.00

1400.*MINTZ: Beethoven - Violin Concerto; Two Romances. Sinopoli/PO. [dig] DGG 423 064-1. A- to A 4.00

1401. OISTRAKH: TRIBUTE TO DAVID OISTRAKH: Encore pcs by Debussy, Falla, Suk, Ysaye, Kodaly, Zarzycki, Tchaikovsky, Wieniawski. Yampolski, pf. [this issue is presented as being in true stereo; if correct, this was the its first issue that way in the United States, having originally been available only in mono on Angel 35354] FS 15.00

1402.*OISTRAKH: Brahms Concerto. Klemperer/ORTF. EMI CFP-4398. A- 7.00

1403. OISTRAKH: Shostakovich Concerto #1. STERN: Prokofiev Concerto #1. Mitropoulos/NYP in both. [labels (not cover) erroneously identify these true mono recordings as stereo] CBS MP-39771. A- to A(lovely Dutch pressing) 11.00

1404. OISTRAKH & STERN: Vivaldi - Two-Violin Concerto in a. Bach Concerti #1 (Stern) & #2 (Oistrakh). Ormandy/Phila. [rec 12/24/1955, during Oistrakh's first U.S. tour] Col ML-5087. A-("6-eyes") 12.00

1405. OLEVSKY: Fritz Kreisler Favorites (12). Wolfgang Rose, piano. Westminster XWN-18438. A-(a little tape on jacket spine) 24.00

1406.*OLEVSKY: Vivaldi - Four Seasons. Scherchen/VSOO. Westminster WGS-8208. A- 8.00

1407.*PERLMAN: Bach Concerti in d & g; Concerto in c for Violin & Oboe (Ray Still). Perlman/Israel Phil. [Ray Still was principal oboe of the Chicago for 40 years, 1953-93] [dig; DMM] Angel DS-37971. A- to A 9.00

1408. RICCI: Beethoven Concerto. Boult/LPO. Richmond B-19034. A- 9.00

1409. RYBAR: Concerti of Tartini (in d), Viotti (#22) & Nardini. Dahinden/Winterthur Sym. [Japanese reissue, with typically silky vinyl, of Westminster XWN-18192, long a scarce collectors' item] Westminster G-10510. A- to A 32.00



LP's: Violinists - continued
1410. SENOVSKY: Brahms Concerto. Moralt/Vienna Sym. Epic LC-3291. A- 12.00

1411. SPALDING: Brahms Concerto. Loibner/Vienna Tonkunstler Orch. [Originally on Remington in 1952 from a 15-ips tape, this 1980 reissue was made from the original 30-ips mastertape; one of Spalding's last recording sessions] Varese Sarabande VC-81059. A- 24.00

1412. SPALDING: Dohnanyi - Sonata for Violin & Piano. Composer, piano. ENESCO: Enesco - Sonata for Violin & Piano. Chaillez-Richez, piano. [This 1978 issue was the first release of the Dohnanyi, which was taped by Remington Records in 1952, but never released.] Sarabande VC-81048. A- to A 35.00

1413.*SPIVAKOV: Schubert - Sonatine #2. Brahms - Four Hungarian Dances. Paganini - Cantabile; La Streghe. Bechterev, piano. Angel SZ-37574. A- 4.00

1414. STERN: Dvorak Concerto. Mitropoulos/NYP. [Live, 1951] Musica 01 035. A- 15.00

1415.*STERN: Great Violin Favorites - Short pieces by Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Gershwin, Rimsky, Foster, Kreisler, Schubert, Copland, Traditional, Dvorak, Benjamin, Debussy. Katims/Col Sym. British CBS 61039. A- 10.00

1416.*SUK: Mendelssohn & Bruch (#1) Concerti. Ancerl/CPO. Supra 50546. A- 4.00

1417.*SUK: Mozart - Sonatas K.304 & 305; Sinfonia Concertante, K.364 (Suk plays both violin & viola parts). Neumann/CPO; Hala, piano. Panton 8110 0118. A- 4.00

1418.*SZERYNG: Bartok - Concerto #2 & Rhapsody #1. Haitink/ACO. Philips 6500 021. A- to A 8.00

1419. SZERYNG: Beethoven Concerto. Thibaud/PCO. [French-only notes] French Odeon XOC-804. A- 25.00

1420.*SZERYNG & RYBAR: Bach Concerti #1 & #2; Double Concerto. Szeryng also conducts Collegium Musicum, Winterthur. Quintessence PMC-7084. FS 6.00

1421. SZIGETI: Berg Concerto (Mitropoulos/Orch; live, 1945); Mozart Concerto #3 (Walter/Orch; live, 1951). Discocorp WSA-701. A-(in blank jacket) 8.00

1422. SZIGETI: Prokofiev Concerto #1. Beethoven Romance #1. Tartini Concerto in d. Bartok Rhapsody #1. [Beethoven, Prokofiev w/Szell, 1945; Tartini w/Barzin, 1949; Bartok w/Barlow, 1943][Scarce - my first copy ever!] Discocorp BWS-741. A- 25.00

1423. SZIGETI: The Art of Joseph Szigeti - In Honor of His 80th Birthday. Beethoven Concerto (Walter/British Sym); Brahms Concerto (Harty/Halle Orch); Prokofiev 1st, Mozart 4th & Mendelssohn Concerti (Beecham/LPO); Bach Concerto in d (Stiedry/New Friends of Music); Beethoven Sonatas #5 & #10 (Schnabel, piano; Live, Frick Museum, 1948: 1st release in this album); Handel Sonata in D & works of Dvorak, Kreisler, Stravinsky & Rimsky (Magaloff, piano); Bartok: Hungarian Folk Tunes & Roumanian Folk Dances (Bartok, piano); Bach Sonata #1 & Praeludium from Partita #3 (all by himself!). [With booklet of photos and tributes by B.H.Haggin & Goddard Lieberson] Col M6X-31513(6). A-(lovely!) 45.00

1424. TELMANYI: Nielsen Concerto (Busch/Danish Radio Orch; in concert, 1951). CAHUZAC (clarinet): Nielsen Clarinet Concerto (Frandsen/Royal Orch, Copenhagen; 1947). Danacord DACO-151. A- to A 12.00

1425. THIBAUD: Mozart Concerto #3. Paray/Lamoureux Orchestra. LOEWENGUTH QUARTET: Mozart Quartet in E-flat Major, K.171. Vox PLP-6420. A--(concerto; quartet is B+) 35.00



LP's: Violinists - continued
1426.*VOLCKAERT: (Edith): Vivaldi - Four Concerti (Op.3, #1, #6, #8 & #10). Maes/Belgian Chamber Orch. Decca SDD-R-466. A- 6.00

1427.*ZAZOFSKY (Peter): Bartok Concerto #2. Octors/Belgian Radio. DGG 2535 012. A- 8.00

1428.*ZUKERMAN: Bach Concerti #1 & #2; Brandenburg Concerto #3. ECO. Col M-31072. A- 4.00
LP's: Harpsichord
1429.*COOK: Sweelinck - Selected Works (9). MHS 1852. A- 4.00

1430. ELSNER: Haydn Concerti in C and F. Barchet, violin; Reinhardt/Stuttgart Pro Musica Ch Orch. Vox PL-10.300. A-(minor cover tear) 8.00

1431.*FULLER: Couperin (Francois & Louis) - Pieces de Clavecin. Nonesuch H-71265. FS 4.00

1432.*GARATTI: Bach - Concerto #1; Concerto for Flute, Violin & Harpsichord (Gazzelloni; Accardo). I Musici. Philips 6500 692. A-(British pressing) 4.00

1433.*HEILLER: Bach - Concerto for 2 Harpsichords, BWV 1060; Concerti for 3 Harpsichords, BWV 1063 & 1064. E.Heiller; Rapf; Janigro/I Solisti di Zagreb. Bach Guild BGS-70660. FS 4.00

1434. LANDOWSKA: Couperin - Pieces pour Clavecin (11). [recorded 1930 & 1934] French EMI 2C051-03933. A- to A 9.00

1435.*LEONHARDT: Bach - Concerti for 2 Harpsichords, BWV 1060 & 1062; Concerto for 4 Harpsichords, BWV 1065. Muller; van Wering; Uittenbosch; Leonhardt Consort. Telefunken SAWT-9424-B. A- to A 4.00

1436.*LEONHARDT: Couperin Preludes #3, #5; 5th & 7th Ordre. BASF 2020 348. A- to A 4.00

1437.*LESTER: Stanley (John; 1713-86): Six Concerti, Op.2. Jones/London Little Orch. MHS 1214. A- 4.00

1438.*PINNOCK: Bach - Complete Harpsichord Concerti. Pinnock is soloist in all seven concerti for one harpsichord (BWV 1052-58); is joined by Kenneth Gilbert in concerti for two harpsichords (BWV 1060-62), by Gilbert and Ulrik Mortensen in concerti for three harpsichords (BWV 1063-64) and with Nicholas Kraemer added for the single concerto for four harpsichords (BWV 1065). The English Concert Archiv R-215351(4). A- to A 10.00

1439.*PINNOCK: BACH - Italian Concerto. HANDEL - Harmonious Blacksmith. Works of FISCHER, COUPERIN, RAMEAU, SCARLATTI, FIOCCO, DAQUIN & BALBASTRE. [dig] Archiv 413 591. A- to A 4.00

1440.*RUZICKOVA: Bach - Five Concerti after Vivaldi. MHS 696. A- 4.00

1441.*RUZICKOVA: Bach - Italian Concerto; Fantasia in c, BWV 906; Toccata & Fugue in c, BWV 911; Chromatic Fantasia & Fugue in d, BWV 903. MHS 745. A- 4.00

1442.*TILNEY: Handel - Harpsichord Suite #1, #3, #6 & #7. Archiv 2533 169. FS 4.00

1443.*VERLET: Louis Couperin - Pieces de Clavecin (5). Telefunken SAWT-9605-A. A- 5.00

1444. WOLFE: (Paul): Handel - The Complete Suites (16). Experiences Anonymes EA-500(5). A-- 8.00

1445.*WOOD: Handel - Suites #1, #9 & #14; Lesson #3. MHS 4227. A- 4.00

1446.*WOODS: (Jonathan): Spanish Harpsichord Music - Works of Soler, Cabanilles, Bassa, Cabezon & others. London CS-7046. A- 5.00



LP's: Cellists
1447. CASALS: Dvorak - Cello Concerto. Schneider/Festival Casals Orch. [live performance, Puerto Rico, 1960; issue quickly suppressed; very scarce] Everest LPBR-3083. A- 35.00

1448. FEUERMANN: Strauss - Don Quixote [Cooley, viola; Toscanini/NBC; Live; 10-22-38]. Dvorak - Cello Concerto, Movement #2 [Frank Black/orch (doubtless NBC); Live, 1940].. Discocorp IGI-372. A- 18.00

1449.*MA: Boccherini Concerto. Johann Christian Bach - Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Cello & Orchestra; Grand Overture for Double Orchestra, Op.18, #1. Zukerman, violin (Sinfonia) & conducting St.Paul Ch Orch in all. [dig] CBS M-39964. A- 8.00

1450. NELSOVA: Bloch - Voice in the Wilderness; Schelomo. Ansermet/LPO. London CM-9133. A- 4.00

1451. ROSTROPOVICH: Brahms (#2) & Debussy Sonatas; Short works of Faure, Stravinsky & Popper. Deduichin, piano. [Live performances, 1967] Discocorp IGI-360. B+ 6.00

1452.*VECTOMOV: Martinu - Sonata da Camera; Concertino. Roussel - Concertino. Misc Prague ensembles & conductors. Supraphon 1110 2084. A- 9.00


LP's: Violists
1453.*SPELINA: Sonatas for Viola & Continuo C.P.E. and W.F. Bach. Hala, hpschd; Slama, vcl. Supraphon 111 2615. A- 6.00
LP's: Harp
1454.*PLATILOVA: Concerti of Krumpholz (#5) and Dusik. Musici di Praga. Supraphon 1110 3909. A- 8.00

1455.*STORCK: (Helga): Sonatas for Harp & Cello by Bernhard Romberg (1767-1841), Jean Louis Duport (1749-1819) & Spohr. Klaus Storck, cello. Telefunken SLT-43109-B. A- to A 5.00

1456.*VITO: Ravel - Introduction & Allegro. Saint-Saens - Fantaisie. Handel & Mozart (arr. Piano Sonata, K.545) Concerti. Members of NBC Sym. [Vito was harpist in NBC Sym] Orion ORS-7030. A- 9.00

Listings of Pianists follow on the next page 

LP's: Pianists
1457.*ARRAU: Schumann - Davidsbundlertanze; Nachtstucke, Op.23. Philips 6500 178. A- to A 5.00

1458.*ASHKENAZY: Rachmaninoff - The Four Concerti; Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. Previn/LSO. London CSA-2311(3). A- 10.00

1459.*ASHKENAZY: Schubert - Four German Dances; Sonata in a. London CS-6961. A-(c/c) 4.00

1460. ASHKENAZY: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Ivanov/USSR Sym. MK 1581. A- 7.00



ASHKENAZY: See also #61, 62, 63, 72, 73, 974, 974, 1458, 1459, 1460, 1591.

1461.*BAR-ILLAN: Weber - Sonata #2. Liszt - En Reve; Ballade #2; Mephisto Waltz. Audiofon 2002. FS 16.00

1462.*BARENBOIM: Beethoven - The Five Concerti; Choral Fantasy. Klemperer/NPO; Alldis Cho. [blue labels] Angel SD-3752(4). A- 6.00

1463.*BARENBOIM: Mozart - The Complete Concerti (27). Barenboim also conducts ECO. Electrola 1C197-52 249/60(12). A- to A(insert, but no notes - as issued???) 23.00

1464.*BARENBOIM: Schumann - Carnaval; Faschingsschwank aus Wien. DGG 2531 090. A- to A 4.00

1465. BARERE: Short works of Lizst(3), Chopin, Scriabin(2), Rachmaninoff(3), Blumenfield, Schumann(2) & Balakirev. [recorded 1948-51; some live from Carnegie Hall; first issue of the Scriabin Etudes] Varese Sarabande VC-81045. FS 12.00

1466. BARERE: Complete HMV Recordings, 1934/1936. Recordings of Liszt(7), Chopin(3), Balakirev(2), Blumenfield, Glazunov, Scriabin(3), Rameau-Godowsky, Lully-Godowsky, Schumann(2). [transfers by Bryan Crimp] Archive-Piano Recordings APR-7001(2). A-(fine British pressings) 25.00

1467.*BERMAN: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Karajan/BPO. DGG 2530 677. A- to A(c/c) 8.00

1468. BOUKOFF: Grieg Concerto. Rodzinski/PSOL, who also play Peer Gynt Suites #1 & #2. West XWN-18231. A- 6.00

1469.*BRENDEL: Schubert Sonata in B-flat, D.960; Fantasia in C, D.760 ("Wanderer"). Philips 6500 285. A- to A 5.00

1470. CASADESUS: (Jean): Beethoven Concerto #3 (Mitropoulos/Unnamed Orch (presumabaly NYP; live, 1957). Mozart - Nine Variations on a Minuet by Duport, K.573 (live, 1968). [Disc issued as memorial shortly after Casadesus' untimely death (1972) as fundraiser for scholarship fund at SUNY, Binghamton] Columbia Special Products C-10954. A- 18.00

1471. CASADESUS: (Robert & Gaby): Florent Schmitt - Une Semaine du Petit Elfe Ferme-L'Oeil (piano - four hands); Trois Rapsodies (two pianos). Col ML-5259. A-("6-eyes" labels) 19.00

1472. CASADESUS: Scarlatti - Six Sonatas. Rameau - Gavotte; Le Rappel des Oiseaux; Les Sauvages; Les Niais de Sologne. Col ML-4695. A--("6-eyes" labels) 9.00

1473. CHERKASSKY: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Ludwig/BPO. [tulip labels] DGG LPM-18013. A- to A 12.00

1474.*CICCOLINI: Granados - Goyescas. Seraphim S-60178. A- 4.00

1475.*CICCOLINI: Satie - Piano Music, Volume 6. Ogives; Danses Gothiques; Pages Mystiques; Douze Petits Chorals; Poudre d'Or; Sonatine Bureaucratique; Trois Petites Pieces Montees. Angel S-36811. A- 5.00

1476.*CLIBURN: Beethoven Sonata #8, #14, #23. RCA LSC-4013. A- 9.00

LP's: Pianists - continued
1477. CLIBURN: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Kertesz/BPO. [Live; 8-28-61] I Grandi Concerti GCL-04. A- to A 9.00

1478.*CROCHET: Faure - Piano Music, Vol. 1: Theme & Variations, Op.73; Barcarolles (13); Valse-Caprices (4); Pieces Breves, Op.84. [Volume 1 of 2] Vox SVBX-5423(3). A- 9.00

1479. CURZON: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Szell/New Symphony Orch. [deleted 7/56] [US pressing] London LLP-276. B 9.00

1480.*DE LARROCHA: Turina - Rapsodia Sinfonica. Albeniz - Rapsodia Espanola. Falla - Nights in the Gardens of Spain. Fruhbeck de Burgos/LPO. [dig; Dutch pressing] Decca 410 289-1. A- to A 8.00

1481.*DE LARROCHA: Turina - Sanlucar de Barrameda; Danzas Fantasticas; Zapateado; Sacro Monte. Epic BC-1381. A- 5.00

1482. DEL PUEYO: Granados - Goyescas. Epic LC-3444. A- 9.00

1483.*DEVETZI: (Vasso): Bach Concerti #1 - #5; #7. Barshai/Moscow Chamber Orchestra. [obscure issue - my first copy ever!] Mel-Angel SRB-4108(2). A- 20.00

1484.*DICHTER: Beethoven - Andante Favori. Schubert - Sonata in A, D.959. RCA LSC-3124. A- 4.00

1485. DOHNANYI: Beethoven - Sonata #17; Andante in F. Haydn - Variations in F Minor. [Scarce - my first copy ever!] Remington RLP-199-16. B++(1/4-in tks sd 2; fine surface for Remington!) 25.00

1486. GIESEKING: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2 (Mengelberg/ACO; 1940). Mozart Concerto #27 (Dersarzens/Orch; 1948). International Piano Library IPL 506. A- 12.00

1487. GIESEKING: Rachmaninoff Concerto #3 (Barbirolli/Orch; 1939). Debussy - Fantasy for Piano & Orch (Cluytens/Orch; 1955). International Piano Library IPL 505. A- 12.00

1488. GIESEKING: Ravel - Gaspard de la Nuit. Debussy - Images, Books I & II; Estampes. Col ML-4773. A-("6-eyes" labels) 9.00

1489. GIESEKING: Rubinstein Concerto #4 (Krueger/Orch; March, 1945). Beethoven Concerto #4 (Ormandy/Orch; April 1938). International Piano Library IPL 503. A- 12.00

GIESEKING: See also #958, 960, 962, 975.

1490.*GILELS: Tchaikovsky Concerto #2. Kondrashin/Leningrad Phil. [Hot concert performance has Gilels lost and orchestra scrambling briefly in finale!] Baroque 2865. A- 11.00

1491. GILELS: Moscow Recital; March 3, 1950: Glazounov Sonata #2. Prokofiev Sonata #2. Tchaikovsky - Six Pieces, Op.19. Balakirev - Islamey. Rachmaninoff - Moment Musical, Op.16, #5. Prokoviev - Love for Three Oranges March. [notes in Cyrillic only] Melodiya M10-49291 003(2). A- 20.00

1492.*GIMPEL: Chopin Concerto #1; Waltz #7; Nocturne #8; Mazurkas #40 & #41. G.L.Jochum/Berlin Sym. Electrola 1C047-28 092. A- to A 9.00

1493. GOLD & FIZDALE: (duo pianos): MILHAUD - Concertino d'Automne (Saidenberg conducts eight-instrument chamber ens, including "G.A.Schuller," horn!). SATIE - En Habit de Cheval. DEBUSSY - Six Epigraphes Antiques. POULENC - Sonata for Piano Four Hands. Col ML-4854. B+("6-eyes" labels; scarce disc!) 17.00

1494.*GOULD: Mozart Concerto #24 (Susskind/CBC Sym). ROSINA LHEVINNE: Mozart Concerto #21 (Morel/Juilliard Orch). CBS MP-38752. A- 9.00



LP's: Pianists - continued
1495.*GOULD: Strauss - Enoch Arden. Claude Rains recites Tennyson poem; Gould plays accompanying music. [scarce, unusual item] Col MS-6341. A-("6-eyes" labels) 30.00

1496.*GOULD: Concert Dropout. Glenn Gould in conversation with producer John McClure on such subjects as "The Concert is Dead," "Why I Sing Along," "The Only Excuse for Recording Is to Do It Differently," and The Great Get-Sibelius Plot Exposed." [Why did Columbia choose the prefix it did for this disc?] Col BS-15. A-("2-eyes" labels; demo copy) 18.00

1497.*GOULD:


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