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Silver Jubilee Album - Scarlatti - 3 Sonatas. C.P.E.Bach - Wurttemberg Sonata #1. Gould - "So You Want to Write a Fugue." Scriabin - Two Preludes. Strauss - Ophelia Lieder. Beethoven-Liszt - Symphony #6 (1st mvmt only). Assisting Artists: vocalists Schwarzkopf; Benson-Guy, Danian, Bressler & Gramm; Golschmann/Juilliard Quartet. RECORD #2: A Glenn Gould Fantasy - (this is what it says) - "In which Glenn Gould single-handedly takes on a distinguished panel of "musicologists" and "journalists".. an exclusive interview, recorded in Toronto in 1980." CBS M2X-35914(2). A-(demo) 20.00

1498.*HAEBLER: Schubert Sonata in D, K.850. Philips 839 773. A- to A 8.00

1499.*HAMBRO: Griffes - Roman Sketches; Piano Sonata. Leonid Hambro. Lyrichord LL-105. A- 6.00

1500. HANSEN: Beethoven Concerto #4. Furtwangler/BPO, who also play Leonore Overture #2. [recorded 1943 (concerto) & 1949] DGG 2535 807. A- to A(c/c) 9.00

1501. HESS: Schubert - Trio #1 (D'Aranyi; Salmond); Sonata #9. Harmony HL-7119. A-- 8.00

HESS: See also #973.

1502. HOFMANN: Chopin Concerto #2 (live 1937; unidentified conductor/orch). Plus phone interview on his 76th birthday, 1952. International Piano Archives IPL-501. A-(somewhat noisy original sources) 20.00

1503. HOFMANN: Rubinstein Concerto #4. HOFMANN (under the nom de plume of "Michel Dvorsky"): Chromaticon for Piano & Orchestra. [Live concerts; unidentified conductors/orchs; no notes - as issued, I believe] GNR G-111. A--(original sources rather noisy) 24.00

1504.*HOFMANN: Short pieces by Rubinstein(2), Schuett, Sternberg, Moszkowski, Rachmaninoff & Schumann-Tausig. GRAINGER: Short pices by Chopin, Scott, Debussy & Brahms-Grainger. BAUER: Short works of Schubert, Bizet-Buonamici & Durand. [piano rolls; played on Steinway Duo-Art piano] Klavier KS-121. A- 6.00

1505. HOROWITZ: Beethoven - 32 Variations, G.191. Chopin - Etudes(3), Mazurkas(2) & Scherzo #4. Scarlatti - Sonatas in b & G. Short works of Bach-Busoni, Poulenc(2) & Debussy. [recorded 1932-36] Angel COLH-300. FS!(booklet also sealed behind back cover) 12.00

1506.*HOROWITZ: Chopin - Six Mazurkas; Three Etudes; Prelude in b; Military Polonaise; Waltz in c#. Col M-32932. A- 8.00

1507. HOROWITZ: Moussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition (1947 recording). Brahms - Sonata #3 for Violin & Piano (Milstein); Intermezzo Op.117, #2; Waltz Op.39, #15. German RCA VH-017. A- to A 14.00

1508. HOROWITZ: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Szell/NYP. [Live; date here shown as "4/5/1952," but another has circulated on CLS with date 1953 - maybe there were two? In any case, this is one hot performance!!] Movimento Musica 01 008. A- 25.00



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1509. ISTOMIN: Rachmaninoff - Concerto #2. Ormandy/Phila, who also play Preludes Op.32, #5 & Op.23, #5, arr. Lucien Cailliet. Col ML-5103. A-(brief lgt thumps fr pressing bubble; "6-eyes") 9.00

1510.*ISTOMIN: Schumann Concerto (Walter/Col Sym); Chopin Concerto #2 (Ormandy/Phila). Odyssey Y-34618. A- 7.00

1511. JONAS: (Maryla): Piano Miniatures: Handel, Dussek, W.F.Bach, Mozart, Schubewrt-Liszt, Virgil Thomson, Mendelssohn(2), Nicholas & Casella. [blue labels] Col ML-4624. B to B+ 12.00

1512. KAPELL: William Kapell Remembered. Excerpts from incomplete acetate discs recorded in live recital at Carnegie Hall, March 21, 1947: Prokofiev Sonata #7 (excerpts of 1st & 2nd movements). Bach Suite, BWV 818. Chopin Nocturne, Op.9, #1. Brahms Intermezzo, Op.116, #4 (excerpt). Schumann Romance, Op.28, #2. Chopin Mazurka, Op.63, #2. [7-inch LP; includes lovely 16-page booklet of notes, quotes, many photos, which was the guide to a 1986 Kapell exhibition at the University of Maryland; transfers by Ward Marston] IPAM 1106. A-(side 1 needs 2.5 grams to track slight flaw) 25.00

1513.*KEMPFF: Schubert Sonatas Op.42 & 78. [tulip labels] DGG 139 104. A- to A 9.00

1514. KOROLYI: Chopin Concerto #2. Schuchter/BPO. [10-inch; German notes] Electrola E-70 009. A- 15.00

1515. KRAUS: Mozart Concerto #12 & #18. Monteux/BSO. [recorded 1953] RCA LM-1783. A-(fine copy of early pressing) 16.00

1516.*LABEQUE: (Katia & Marielle): Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue; Piano Concerto in F (both in versions for two pianos, no orchestra). Philips 9500 917. A- to A 9.00

1517. LANDOWSKA: Mozart - Concerto #13 (Rodzinski/unidentified orchestra; 12-2-1945); Concerto #22 (Rodzinski/orch; 10-27-1946); Sonata in F, K.332 (first issue of Voix de Son Maitre recording of 1938, never released on 78's). Poulenc - Concerto Champetre for Harpsichord & Orchestra (Stokowski/orch; 11-19-1949). [all but the sonata are concert performances; includes booklet with several photos] International Piano Library IPL 106/107(2). A- 25.00

1518.*LICAD: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2; Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. Abbado/CSO. [debut recording, 1983] [dig] CBS IM-38672. A- to A 6.00

1519.*MALCUZYNSKI: Chopin - Polonaises(4), Scherzi(2), Nocturnes(2) & Fantasy, Op.49. [rec 1975; he died in 1977] Plus a couple of interviews & recollection by his brother. Muza SX-1511/12(2). A- 12.00

1520.*MICHELANGELI: Concerti of Mozart(#13 & #15), Beethoven(#5), Schumann & Ravel (G-major). Carracciolo, Rossi, Sanzogno/Misc Italian Radio Orchestras. [Broadcast performance, 1947-58; notes in Italian only] Replica RPL-2457/59(3). A- to A 10.00

1521. MICHELANGELI: Liszt Concerto #1; Totentanz. Kubelik/RAI Torino. [Live; April 28, 1961] Movimento Musica 01 004. A- to A 15.00

1522. MILDNER: (Poldi): Strauss - Burleske. Mendelssohn Concerto #1. Rother/RIAS Sym. Telefunken LGX-66062. A- 12.00

1523.*MOGILEVSKY: Rachmaninoff Concerto #3. Kondrashin/Moscow Phil. Mel-Angel SR-40226. A- 4.00

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1524.*MOISEIWITSCH: "Greatest of the Great Piano Concertos." Single movements from Rachmaninoff 2nd (mvt #1), Mendelssohn 1st (#2), Grieg (#3), Schumann (#1), Saint-Saens 2nd (#2) & Tchaikovsky 1st (#3). Goossens/RPO. Capitol SP-8646. A- 11.00

1525.*NAKAJIMA: (Hanae): Beethoven Concerto #5. Tchupp/Nuremburg Sym. [Poor Hanae Nakajima receives no mention at all on the jacket: front, back or spine! You have to go to the label on the record to find out who the pianist is...] Windmill WMD-153. A- 5.00

1526.*PENNARIO: "The Young Schumann" - Scenes from Childhood; Carnaval; Sonata in f#; Papillons. Capitol SPBR-8480(2). A- 5.00

1527.*PERAHIA: Schumann & Grieg Concerti. Davis/BVRS. CBS 1P-7859. A- 4.00

1528.*PERAHIA: Schumann - Symphonic Etudes; Posthumous Etudes; Papillons. Col M-34539. A- 4.00

1529.*PETRI: Liszt Transcriptions - Waltz from Gounod's Faust; Adelaide (Beethoven); Fantasie on two Motives from Marriage of Figaro; Paraphrase on Midsummer Night's Dream Wedding March & Elfin Chorus; Busoni's arrangement of Mephisto Waltz. Westminster WST-14149. A- 16.00

1530. PETRI: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Goehr/LPO. Entre RL-3018. B 14.00

1531.*PLESHAKOV: (Vladimir): Dukas - Variations on a Theme of Rameau. D'Indy - Sonata in e. Orion ORS-7266. A- 5.00

1532.*POLLINI: Beethoven - Sonata #30 & 31. DGG 2530 645. A- to A 8.00

1533.*POLLINI: Chopin Polonaises (7). DGG 2530 659. A- to A 5.00

1534.*PREVIN: Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue; Concerto in F; American in Paris. Previn also conducts LSO. Angel SFO-36810. A- 8.00

1535. RACHMANINOFF: His Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (Stokowski/Phila) & Concerto #1 (Ormandy/Phila). [PD labels] RCA LCT-1118. A- 9.00

1536. RICHTER: Beethoven - Sonata #28. Liszt - Sonata in b. Mendelssohn - Variations Serieuses. [live, 1965; no further details given] Private Edition P-101. A- 15.00

1537. RICHTER: Haydn - Sonata #50. Schumann - Novelettes, Op.21: #1, #2 & #8. Debussy - Suite Bergamasque; Images, Book I; L'Isle Joyeuse. [Volume 2 of "Sviatoslav Richter at Carnegie Hall;" live; October 25, 1960; suppressed issue?; mono-only] Col M2L-274(2). A-("6-eyes" labels; demo copy) 31.00

1538. RICHTER: Rachmaninoff - Ten Preludes (from Op.23 & 32). Beethoven - Sonata #7. [Live; from Carnegie Hall recital, October 28, 1960; suppressed issue] Col ML-5725. A-("6-eyes" labels; demo copy) 19.00

1539.*RICHTER: Saint-Saens Concerto #5. Rimsky Korkakov Concerto. Kondrashin/Youth Symphony. Period SHOST-2333. A- 5.00

1540. RICHTER: Schubert - Sonata in a, D.845; Two Impromptus. Monitor MC-2027. A- 5.00

1541. RICHTER: Schubert Sonata in C; Moment Musical in f; Allegretto in c; 4 Landler. Monitor MC-2057. A- 5.00

1542.*RICHTER: Scriabin Sonata #9. Prokofiev Sonata #4. Rachmaninoff - Two Etudes Tableaux, Op.39. Tchaikovsky - Four Pieces from The Seasons. [live performances] Discocorp RR-467. A- 12.00

1543. RICHTER-HAASER: Schumann & Grieg Concerti. Moralt/Vienna Sym. Philips ABL-3224. A- 9.00



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1544. ROSENTHAL: Chopin Concerto #1 (Weissmann/Orch); Etudes(2), Valses(2), Berceuse & Mazurka. Short works of Liszt(2), Rosenthal, Chopin/Liszt, J.Strauss(2), Albeniz, Debussy & Liadov. [recorded 1928-31] Opal 812/3(2). A- 14.00

1545. RUBINSTEIN: Chopin - Waltzes (complete). [PD labels] RCA LM-1892. A-(recorded in mono only) 12.00

1546. RUBINSTEIN: Schumann - Carnaval. Franck - Prelude, Chorale & Fugue. [PD labels] RCA LM-1822. A-(recorded mono only; best I copy I've ever had) 12.00

1547. RUBINSTEIN: Szymanowski - Symphonie Concertante (Wallenstein/LAPO). Rachmaninoff - Paganini Rhapsody (Susskind/PO). [obscure disc!] RCA LM-1744. A-(very scarce in such fine condition!) 24.00

1548. RUBINSTEIN: Tchaikovsky - Concerto #1. Mitropoulos/Mpls. [recorded 1947; half-speed remastering] Italian RCA VLS-45502. A- to A(silky pressing!) 14.00

1549. SANFORD: (Arthur): Saint-Saens Concerto #2. Bath/Hastings Sym, who also play Ballet Music from Henry VIII. Allegro ALG-3028. B+ 5.00

1550. SAPERTON: (David): Godowsky - Eight Short Pieces. Chopin-Godowsky - Five Etudes. Albeniz-Godowsky - Triana (from Iberia Suite). [Saperton was a student of Godowsky as well as his son-in-law] Kapp KCL-9013. A- 20.00

1551. SCHNABEL: Beethoven Concerto #3. Szell/NYP. [Live, 1945] Melodram MEL-203. A- to A 12.00

1552. SCHNABEL: Brahms Concerto #2. Boult/BBC Sym. [Japanese-only notes] Japanese EMI GR-2050. A- to A;(superb, silky pressing!) 20.00

1553. SERKIN: Beethoven Concerti #1-#5. Carracciolo/"Scarlatti" Orch of RAI Naples(#1,3,5); Scaglia/RAI Rome(#2,4). [Live concerts, 1958] Movimento Musica 04 001(4). A- to A 18.00

1554.*SERKIN: Beethoven Concerto #1; Eleven Bagatelles, Op.119. Ormandy/Phila. British CBS 61915. 8.00

1555.*SERKIN: Beethoven Concerto #2 & #4. Ormandy/Phila. British CBS 61916. A- 8.00

1556. SERKIN: Mozart Concerto #16 & #25. Mitropoulos/NYP. [Live; 10/23/1955] Movimento Musica 01 007. A- to A 12.00

1557. SERKIN: Schubert - Sonata in C; Moments Musicaux, Op.94. Col ML-5153. A-("6-eyes" labels) 9.00

1558. SERKIN: Strauss - Burleske. Schumann Concerto. Ormandy/Phila. [rec 1955/56; mono only] Col ML-5168. A-("6-eyes" labels) 5.00

1559.*SGOUROS: Liszt - Seven Transcendental Etudes; Mephisto Waltz #1. [dig] Angel DS-538192. A- 4.00

1560.*SLOBODYANIK: Liszt - Sonata in b; Hungarian Rhapsody #6. Col M-33119. FS 4.00

1561. SOLCHANY: (George): Bartok - Suite, Op.14; Rumanian Folk Dances, #1-#6; Fourteen selections from For Children, Vol.1; Seventeen selections from Mikrokosmos, Vols. 5 & 6. [scarce!] Angel 45015. A-(British pressing) 19.00

1562.*SZIDON: Scriabin Sonata # 4 - #10. DGG 2707 053(2). A- to A(c/c) 4.00

1563.*SZIDON: Scriabin Sonatas # 7 - #10. DGG 2543 816. A- to A 4.00

1564. UNINSKY: Chopin Concerto #1. Otterloo/Hague Philharmonic. [10-inch; French-only notes] Fontana 675 004. A- 10.00

LP's: Pianists - continued
1565. VRONSKY & BABIN: (duo pianists): Stravinsky - Concerto for Two Solo Pianos (1935). Rimsky-Korsakov - Dance of Tumblers; Cardle Song. Arensky - Waltz. Babin - Russian Village. Stravinsky (arr. Babin) - Tango; Circus Polka. [blue labels] Col ML-4157. B+ to B++(very fine for its vintage) 14.00

WILD: See #125, 1059, 1158, 1808.

1566. WUHRER: Brahms Concerto #1. Swarowsky/Vienna Pro Musica. French Vox GBY-12 180. A- 9.00

1567.*YABLONSKAYA: Liszt - Spanish Rhapsody; Paganini Etudes #5 & #6. Schubert/Liszt - Der Wanderer; Auf dem Wasser; Standchen; Gretchen am Spinnrade. [Grand Prix du Disque] Book of the Month Club Records 91-6553. A- 8.00

1568.*ZIMERMAN: Chopin Concerto #1. Giulini/LAPO. [live] DGG 2531 125. A- to A 5.00


LP's: Organ
1569. ASMA: Franck Piece Heroique; 3 Chorales. [Old Amsterdam] Epic LC-3051. A- 9.00

1570. BIGGS: "Westminster Suite" - English Music arranged by Biggs (Symphony Hall, Boston). "E. Power Biggs Recital" - Works of Wesley, Mozart, L.Couperin, Milhaud & Mulet (St.Paul's Chapel, Columbia Univ). [blue labels] Col ML-4331. B to B+(varies) 11.00

1571. DEMESSIEUX: Bach - Three Chorale-Preludes; Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in C; Prelude & Fugue in a; Fugue in G. London LL-946. A-- 9.00

1572. DEMESSIEUX: Franck - Trois Chorales. Vivaldi-Bach - Concerto #2, BWV 593. [Victoria Hall, Geneva] Decca LXT-5185. B+ 9.00

1573. DEMESSIEUX: Handel Concerti in B-flat and g. Ansermet/OSR. [Victoria Hall, Geneva] Decca ACL-160. A- 9.00

1574. DEMESSIEUX: Liszt - Fantasia & Fugue on "Ad Nos Ad Salutarem Undam." Widor - Variations on Symphonie Gothique. [Victoria Hall, Geneva] London LL-697. B 9.00

1575. LITAIZE: Couperin - Messe Solennelle. [Organ at Saint-Merri; deluxe presentation in jacket w/notes, enclosed in box too] London Ducretet - Thomson DTL-93039. A- 16.00

1576.*MASTERWORKS FOR ORGAN: Vol 5: 17th- & 18th-Century France: Lebegue, Corrette, Clerambault, Jullien, Daquin, Gigault, Raison & Dandrieu. Hansen. None H-71170. FS 4.00

1577.*RAPF: Schmidt - Praeludium & Fugue; Toccata; 4 Chorale Preludes. MHS 3767. A- 5.00

1578. SCHWEITZER: Bach - Prelude & Fugue in c (BWV 546) and in C (BWV 547); Fugue in a, BWV 543; Prelude & Fugue in e, BWV 548. [St.Aurelie, Strasbourg, 1936] [Japanese-only notes] Japanese EMI GR-2135. A- to A 11.00

1579.*TUDOR: Second Wind for Organ. Mauricio Kagel - Improvisation Ajoutee [St. George's Episcopal Church, New York]. Christian Wolff - For 1, 2 or 3 People [baroque organ]. Gorgon Mumma - Mesa, for Cybersonic Bandoneon [Tudor plays bandoneon; composer at cybersonic console] Odyssey 32 16 0158. A- 7.00

WEINRICH: See #1119 - 1121.

1580.*ZAMKOCHIAN: Bach - Toccata in F; Chorale Prelude, "Wenn wir in hochsten Noten Sein", BWV 668; Prelude & Fugue in a, BWV 543. Widor - Allegro Vivace from Symphony #5. Karg-Elert - Pastel. [Allen Digital Computer Organ; Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis] Schmidt S80-1420S. A- 4.00



LP's: Conductors
1581. ANSERMET: Stravinsky - Le Sacre du Printemps. OSR. [ludicrous cover!] London LL-1730. A-- 5.00

ANSERMET: See also #24, 66, 68, 280, 362, 983, 998,1002, 1450, 1573, 1581, 1729.

1582.*ARGENTA: Debussy – Trois Images. OSR. [from CS-6013] London STS-15020. A- 10.00

1583. ARGENTA: Espana, Vol. #6: Breton - Escenas Andaluzas; En la Alhambra (Serenade); Bolero; La Dolores - Jota. Gran Orquesta Sinfonica. London LL-1701. A- 14.00

1584. ARGENTA: Liszt - A Faust Symphony PCO); Les Preludes (OSR). [in oversized box which has minor spine tear (does not affect text)] London LL-1303/4(2). A-(moderate tks 1st 1/4-inch sd 2; occ elsewhere) 19.00

1585. ARGENTA: Ohana - Lament for the Death of a Bullfighter (on a poem by Garcia Lorca; Molho, speaker; Cottret, baritone); Sarabande for Harpsichord & Orchestra (Gouarne). Cento Soli Orch & Cho. Omega OML-1033. A- 20.00

1586.*ARGENTA: Ohana - Lament for the Death of a Bullfighter (on a poem by Garcia Lorca; Molho, speaker; Cottret, baritone); Sarabande for Harpsichord & Orchestra (Gouarne). Cento Soli Orch & Cho. [notes in French and also slightly fractured English...] Musidisc RC-697. A- 25.00

1587.*ARGENTA: Ravel - Rapsodie Espagnole; Ma Mere l'Oye Suite; Alborada; Pavane. Cento Soli Orch, Paris. Musidisc RC-684. A- 16.00

1588.*ARGENTA: Schubert - Symphony #9. Cento Soli Orchestra. Musidisc RC-705. A- 16.00

1589. ARGENTA: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. OSR. London LL-1275. A- 9.00

1590. ARGENTA: Turina - Sinfonia Sevillana. FALLA: The 3-Cornered Hat. Argenta/Spanish National Orch. [in jacket with notes in Spanish only; then enclosed in box which includes English-language insert] London TW-91013. B+ 15.00



ARGENTA: See also #259, 507, 683, 684, 685, 980, 981, 1002, 1003, 1198.

1591.*ASHKENAZY: Sibelius - Symphony #5; Saga. PO. [dig] London LDR-71041. A-(c/c) 4.00

1592.*ATZMON: Bartok - Music for Strings, Percussion & Celeste; Roumanian Folk Dances. Tokyo Metropolitan Sym. [dig; 1981] Denon OF-7005-ND. A- to A 4.00

1593.*BARBIROLLI: Previously unpublished recordings: Roman Carnival Overture (12-31-66); Forza Overture (7-24-67) (Halle Orch); Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet (NPO) (7-19-69; end of the work was not recorded in this session - never completed). Barbirolli Society SJB-103. A- 17.00

1594.*BARBIROLLI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. Halle Orch. Pye GSGC-14029. A- 10.00

1595. BARBIROLLI: Vaughan Williams - Concerti for Tuba (Catelinet) & Oboe (Rothwell; both w/LSO); Wasps Overture; Dives & Lazarus (Halle Orch). [rec 1953-5] Barbirolli Society SJB-102. A- 17.00



BARBIROLLI: See also #671, 739, 1140, 1147, 1158, 1283, 1487.

1596.*BARENBOIM: Schumann - Symphony #2; Konzertstuck for Four Horns (Clevenger; Oldberg; Howell; Schweikert). CSO. [Recorded 1977; with Dale Clevenger's retirement in 2013, the CSO horn section no longer includes any of these stalwarts from 35 years ago...] DGG 2530 939. A- to A(c/c) 11.00

1597.*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) 17.00

LP's: Conductors - continued
1598. BEECHAM: Delius - Brigg Fair; Song Before Sunrise; Marche Caprice; First Cuckoo in Spring; Summer Night on the River; Sleigh Ride; Intermezzo from Fennimore & Gerda. RPO. Capitol G-7116. A- 8.00

1599. BEECHAM: Delius - Florida Suite; Dance Rhapsody #2; Over the Hills & Far Away. RPO. Capitol G-7193. A- 9.00

1600. BEECHAM: Delius - Hassan (Fry, bar; Leven, violin; Riddle, viola); Arabesque (Norby, bar); Over the Hills & Far Away. Beecham/RPO; BBC Cho. Col ML-5268. A-("6-eyes" labels) 11.00

1601.*BEECHAM: Famous Overtures - Ruins of Athens; Gazza Ladra; Midsummer Night's Dream; Poet & Peasant; Academic Festival; Corsair. RPO. EMI CFP-40358. A- 4.00

1602.*BEECHAM: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. RPO. [drm] Angel AE-34417. FS 6.00

BEECHAM: See also #192, 192, 284, 963, 964, 1066, 1423.

1603.*BERNSTEIN: Beethoven Overtures - Egmont, Consecration of the House, King Stephen, Fidelio, Leonore #3. NYP. Col M-30079. A- 5.00

1604.*BERNSTEIN: Bernstein - Candide Overture; Facsimile; Fancy Free Ballet; Two Meditations from "Mass;" Three Dances from "On the Town;" Symphonic Dances from "West Side Story." NYP. Col MG-32174(2). A-(demo copy) 10.00

1605.*BERNSTEIN: Bernstein - Symphony #2 (Age of Anxiety). Entremont; Bernstein/NYP. [revised version] Col MS-6885. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) 5.00

1606.*BERNSTEIN: Bernstein - Symphony #3 ("Kaddish"). Montealegre; Tourel; NYP; Camerata Singers; Columbus Boychoir. Col KS-6605. A-("2-eyes" labels; s/s) 9.00

1607.*BERNSTEIN: Brahms - Serenade #2. NYP. Col MS-7132. A-(demo; "2-eyes" labels) 12.00

1608.*BERNSTEIN: Mahler - Symphony # 6 & #9. NYP. Col M3S-776(3). A-("2-eyes" labels; demo copy; minor box scuffs) 16.00

1609. BERNSTEIN: Milhaud - La Creation du Monde. Bernstein - Fancy Free. Copland - El Salon Mexico. Col Sym. Col CL-920. A-(red & black "6-eyes" labels) 11.00

1610.*BERNSTEIN: Nielsen - Symphony #4. NYP. Col M-30293. FS 4.00

1611.*BERNSTEIN: Prokofiev - Symphony #5. Israel Philharmonic. [dig] CBS 35877. A- 4.00

1612.*BERNSTEIN: Saint-Saens - Symphony #3. Raver; NYP. CBS MY-37255. A- to A 4.00

1613.*BERNSTEIN: Schumann - Symphony #1; Genoveva Overture. NYP. Col MS-6581. A-("2-eyes") 10.00

1614. BERNSTEIN: Schumann - Symphony #2. BSO. Melodram MEL-206. A- to A(live; March 1946; startlingly fine sound!) 18.00

BERNSTEIN: See also #35, 103, 221, 230, 355, 370, 426, 670, 1011, 1064, 1211, 1241.

1615.*BOHM: Haydn - Symphony #91 & #92. VPO. DGG 2530 524. A- to A 5.00

1616.*BOHM: Schubert - Symphony #3 & #4. BPO. DGG 2530 526. A- to A 9.00

1617. BOULT: Bartok - Music for Strings, Percussion & Celeste; Divertimento for Strings. Philharmonic Promenade Orch. West XWN-18237. A--(lgt tks mvt 3, MSPC) 7.00

1618.*CANTELLI: Beethoven - Symphony #7. PO. Sera S-60038. A- 4.00

1619.*CLUYTENS: Ravel - Une Barque sur l'Ocean; Menuet Antique; Tombeau de Couperin; Valses Nobles et Sentimentales. PCO. EMI CFP-40093. A- 6.00

1620. COLLINS: Sibelius - Symphony #1. LSO. Richmond B-19069. A-(strong performance!) 7.00

1621.*DAVIS: Sibelius - Symphony #3 & #6. BSO. Philips 9500 142. A- to A 12.00



LP's: Conductors - continued
1622. DE SABATA: Barber - School of Scandal Overture. Schumann - Piano Concerto (Arrau). Beethoven - Symphony #8. Wagner - Meistersinger Act I Prelude; Parsifal Prelude; Tristan Prelude & Liebestod; Brunnhilde's Immolation Scene (both with Eileen Farrell). From concert performances with NYP in Carnegie Hall, March 1951. Fonit Cetra DOC-33(3). A- to A 27.00

1623. DE SABATA: Strauss - Tod & Verklarung. Wagner - Prelude & Liebestod from Tristan. Verdi - Aida Prelude. BPO. [recorded April 1939; German-only notes] Heliodor 88 002. A- 8.00

1624. DE SABATA: Verdi - Requiem (Tebaldi; Rankin; Prandelli; Rossi Lemeni; La Scala; live, 1951). Overtures to Roman Carnival & I Vespri Siciliani (VPO; live 1953). Discocorp RR-202(2). A- 23.00

1625. DESORMIERE: Delibes - Suites from Sylvia & Coppelia. PCO. London LL-846. A- 9.00

1626. DESORMIERE: Glazounov - The Seasons. French National Orch. Capitol P-8157. A- 9.00

1627. DESORMIERE: Ibert - Divertissement. Chopin - Les Sylphides. PCO. London LL-884. A- 9.00

1628. DESORMIERE: Ippolitov-Ivanov - Caucasian Sketches. Tchaikovsky - Sleeping Beauty Suite. PCO. London CM-9051. A- 9.00

1629. DESORMIERE: Prokofiev - Suites from Love for Three Oranges & Lt. Kije. French National Orch. Capitol P-8149. A-- 8.00

1630. DESORMIERE: Rimsky-Korsakov - Le Coq d'Or Suite; Capriccio Espagnole. French National Orch. Capitol P-8155. A- 9.00

1631. DORATI: Mussorgsky-Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition. Smetana - Moldau. Dvorak - Slavonic Rhapsody #3. Hague Philharmonic (in Dvorak); ACO (in rest). [Grand Prix du Disque, 1953] Epic LC-3015. B++ 9.00



DORATI: See also #90, 1004, 1006, 1018-21, 1027, 1034-36, 1039, 1042-43, 1068, 1158.

1632.*DUTOIT: Respighi - Pines & Fountains of Rome; Feste Romane.


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