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Karajan/VPO. London OSA-13110(3). A- 9.00 519.*PUCCINI: Madama Butterfly



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519.*PUCCINI: Madama Butterfly. Bieshu; Fedoseyev; Novoselova; Borisova; Ermler/Bolshoi Theatre. [notes Russian only; NL] Melodiya 33CM-03905/10(3). A- 7.00

520.*PUCCINI: Madama Butterfly. Scotto; Domingo; Wixell; Knight; Maazel/PO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. Col M3-35181(3). A- 6.00

521. PUCCINI: Manon Lescaut. Kirsten; Bjoerling; Veldengo; Baccaloni; Heyward; Madeira; Antonincelli/Unnamed Orch & Cho. [Live; NL; blank jackets] Unique Opera UORC-207(2). A- 12.00

522. PUCCINI: Manon Lescaut. Petrella; Morelli; del Monaco; Silva; Antonicelii/Mexico City. [Live, 1951; blank covers; NL] Unique Opera UORC-319(2). A- 9.00

523. PUCCINI: Tosca (abridged). Callas; Cioni; Gobbi; Pretre/ROHCG. [Live; July 5, 1965; Callas' last appearance in a complete opera; apparently the tape from which the records was produced was not complete, but I gather that all of Callas' singing was indeed captured; with notes but NL] Voce 13(2). A-(brief lgt tks sd 2) 14.00

524.*PUCCINI: Tosca (sung in Russian). Bieshu; Muntyanu; Mazarok; Korolev; Pankov; Lazarev/Bolshoi Theatre. Side 6: Bieshu recital: Arias from Butterfly(3) & Manon Lescaut (Khaikin/Bolshoi Theatre). [Nice booklet with photos, but notes in Russian only and NL] Melodiya C10-17403 001(3). A- 16.00

525.*PUCCINI: Tosca. Price; Domingo; Milnes; Plishka; Rippon; Mehta/NPO; Alldis Choir. RCA ARL2-0105(2). A- 5.00

526. PUCCINI: Tosca. Melis; Pauli; Granforte; Sabajno/La Scala. [recorded 1929; no notes; NL] Discophilia DIS-23 KS-10/1(2). A- 6.00

527. RACHMANINOFF: Aleko. Petrov; Orfenov; Ognivtsev; Pokrovskaya; Golovanov/USSR Radio Orch & Cho. [includes English notes & synopsis, but NL; 10-inch] MK 5682/85(2). B+(superb copy of better than usual MK pressing) 17.00

528.*REGER: Motets, Op.110: #1-#3; 12-Voice Vater Unser. Kahlhofer/Barmen-Gemarke Kantorei. MHS 3053. A- 6.00

529.*RHODES: (Philip): The Lament of Michal for soprano & orchestra (Bryn-Julson). STRAUSS: Six Songs, Op.68 (Shane). Mester/Louisville Orch. [with special gold label: "100th Golden Edition" - the 100th release in the Louisville catalog] Louisville LS-704. A-(black jacket; includes notes insert) 9.00



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530. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Sadko. Nelepp; Shumskaya; Davydova; Reizen; Golovanov/Bolshoi Theatre. [Russian-only notes; NL] Melodiya 01480/87(4). A- 17.00

531. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Sadko. Khanaev; Gribova; Barsova; Petrov; Reizen; Nebolsin/Bolshoi Theatre. [recorded 1946/47; with English notes & synopsis, but NL] Melodiya M10-46785 006(3). A- 14.00

532. ROCCA: Monte Ivnor. Gencer; Colzani; Algorta; Gavarini; Armando La Rosa Parodi/orch & cho. [Live, no date given; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 408(2). B(bubbly pressing, but not bad for EJS) 16.00

533.*ROCHBERG: Songs in Praise of Krishna. Neva Pilgrim, soprano; Composer, piano. CRI SD-360. A- 6.00

534. ROREM: Two Psalms and a Proverb. WUORINEN: Prayer of Jonah. KAY: Choral Triptych. FLANAGAN: Chapters from Ecclesiastes. Pinkham/King's Chapel Cho; Orch. Cambridge CRM-416. A- 5.00

535.*ROSSINI: Donna del Lago. Ricciarelli; Terrani; Gonzales; Ramey; Pollini/Chamber Orch of Europe; Prague Philharmonic Cho. [dig; first recording] CBS I3M-39311(3). A-(Dutch pressing) 10.00

536.*ROSSINI: Il Turco in Italia. Alaimo; M.A.Peters; Bolognesi; Tosi; Angeloni; De Bernart/Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo; Cho. [Live, 1984] Bongiovanni GB-3001/3(3). A- 9.00

537. ROSSINI: L'Italiana in Algeri. Dolukhanova; Zakharov; Nikitin; Sakharova; Abramov; Matyushina; Samosud/Moscow Sym; USSR Radio Choir. [recorded 1951; NL, presumably as issued] MK 03218-23(3). B+(even surface sound, typical of unworn MK) 19.00

538.*ROSSINI: La Cenerentola. Terrani; Araiza; Dara; Trimarchi; Ravaglia; Ferro/Cappella Coloniensis; Cologne Radio Cho. [Performed on original instruments; includes English notes and libretto] Fonit Cetra Italia ITL-70089(3). A- to A 6.00

539. ROSSINI: La Cenerentola. Berganza; Bruscantini; Monti; Petri; Rovero; Rossi/Teatro San Carlo di Napoli. [Live, 1958; libretto in Italian only] Melodram MEL-020(3). A- 21.00

540. ROSSINI: La Gazzetta. Tajo; Tuccari; Borriello; Galli; Monreale; Lazzari; Caracciolo/Teatro San Carlo di Napoli. [blank jackets; NL] Golden Age of Opera EJS 335. B 6.00

541. ROSSINI: Le Comte Ory. Senechal; Barabas; Canne-Meijer; Massard; Sinclair; Gui/RAI Turin Orch & Cho. [Live; no notes; NL] Voce 1(2). A- 12.00

542.*ROSSINI: Matilde di Shabram. Valdenassi; Bottazzo; Panerai; Casula; Ferrin; Martinotti/Teatro Comunale dell'Opera, Genoa (March 27, 1974). Side 6: A PIETRO BOTTAZZO CONCERT: Arias from Conte Ory, Semiramide, Italiana & Don Pasquale; Bellini - Tre Arie da Camera. [rec 1962-71] MRF S-108(3). A- 9.00

543. ROSSINI: Mose. Rossi Lemeni; Lazzari; Taddei; Filippeschi; De Palma; Clabassi; Danieli; Serafin/Teatro di San Carlo di Napoli. [1956, mono only] Philips 6703 036(3). A- to A 9.00

544.*ROSSINI: Otello. Carreras; Von Stade; Ramey; Pastine; Fisichella; Condo; Lopez-Cobos/PO. [1st recording] Philips 6769 023(3). A- to A 9.00

545. ROSSINI: Stabat Mater. Zylis-Gara; Verrett; Pavarotti; Zaccaria; Giulini/RAI Rome. Voce 6. A- 4.00



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546.*ROSSINI: William Tell. Bacquier; Caballe; Gedda; Kovacs; Mesple; Howell; Taillon; Gardelli/RPO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. [original version, in French] Angel SEL-3793(5). A- 13.00

547.*ROUSSEL: Padmavati. Horne; Gedda; Van Dam; Berbie; Plasson/Toulouse Orch; Orfeon Donostiarra. [dig] Angel DSBX-3948(2). A- 9.00

548.*SAINT-SAENS: Samson et Dalila. Gorr; Vickers; Blanc; Diakov; Pretre/Paris Opera; Duclos Cho. World Rec Cl S-5376/78(3). A-- 9.00

549.*SAINT-SAENS: Samson et Delila (in French). Ludwig; King; Weikl; Malta; Kogel; Patane/Munich Radio Orch; BVR Cho. [Quad; as issued - with English notes and synopsis, but NL] Eurodisc 86 977(3). A- to A 6.00

550. SAINT-SAENS: Samson et Delila. Luccioni; Bouvier; Cabanel; Cambon; Medus; Fourestier/Paris Opera. [rec 1946; NL; French notes] Pathe C053-10617/19(3). A- 27.00

551.*SATIE: Socrate (Escribano; Bedard; Loyama; Lorenz). DEBUSSY: Chansons de Bilitis (Escribano, speaker). Cerha/Die Reihe Ens. Candide CE-31024. A- 5.00

552.*SCHIBLER: (Armin): The Point of Return. KLAUS HUBER: Das Te Deum Laudamus Deutsch; In te Domine Spreavi. Hert; Kurth; Muller; R.Lehmann; Dettwyler; Wehrli/Basel Cantata Cho/Orch. [German notes] Camera Magna SM-94040. A- 6.00

553. SCHILLINGS: Mona Lisa. Borkh; Zimmermann; Hagemann; Wilhelm; Pick; Heger/unidentified company. [no notes or libretto; bl covs] Private PR-32(2). A- 24.00

554.*SCHMIDT: Das Buch mit Sieben Siegeln. Patzak; Wiener; Steffek; Topper; Majkut; Guthrie; Lippe/Munich Phil; Graz Cathedral Cho. [German-onoy libretto & notes] Amadeo AVRS-5004/05 St(2). A-- 6.00

555.*SCHOECK: Notturno. BARBER: Dover Beach. Fischer-Dieskau; Juilliard Quartet. Col KS-7131. A-(demo copy; "2-eyes" labels) 9.00

556. SCHONBERG: Gurre-Lieder. Althouse; Vreeland; Bampton; Robofsky; Betts; de Loache; Stokowski/Phila; Princeton Glee Club; Mendelssohn Club & Fortnightly Club Choruses. [live performance, April 11, 1932; orig LP issue] RCA LCT-6012(2). A--(earliest gold labels) 27.00

557.*SCHONBERG: Moses und Aron. Reich; Devos; Lucas; Illavsky; Gielen/Austrian Radio Orch & Cho. Philips 6700 084(2). A- to A 8.00

558. SCHONBERG: Moses und Aron. Fiedler (Hans, not Arthur!); Krebs; Zollenkops; Steingruber-Wildgans; Kretschmar; Rosbaud/North German Radio Orch & Cho. Col K3L-241(3). A-(early "6-eyes" labels) 16.00

559.*SCHONBERG: Pierrot Lunaire (in English; Laine; Howarth/Nash Ens). IVES: Three Songs (Laine; Hymas, piano). RCA LRL1-5058. A-(demo copy) 9.00

560.*SCHUMANN: Das Paradies und die Peri. Moser; Fassbaender; Gedda; Czyz/Dusseldorf Sym; Cho. [quad] Electrola 1C157-30 187/88(2). A- to A 12.00

561.*SCHUMANN: Romancen, Balladen & Lieder. Laki, soprano; Bernius/Stuttgart Ch Orch. Carus 63.120. A- to A 4.00

562.*SCHUMANN: Vocal Duets. Varady; DGG 2531 204. A- to A(c/c) 9.00

563.*SEALEY: (Ray): Platero (Elegy for two young guitarists & narrator). Composer, narr; Chapman & Hayman, guitars. Hyperion A-66046. A- to A 5.00

564.*SHIFRIN: (Seymour; 1926-79): Cantata to the Text of Sophoclean Choruses. Hoose/Cantata Singers; Lydian Quartet; Harvard University Choir. CRI SD-511. A- 6.00

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565. SIBELIUS: The Maid in the Tower. Haggander; Ancker; Lindroos; Hynninsen; Jalas/Finnish Radio Orch. [live, 1981; no notes or libretto] ANNA 1055. A- 6.00

566. SMETANA: Bartered Bride. Bednar; Dobra; Tikalova; Horacek; Stepanova; Zidek; Haken; Chalabala/Prague National Theatre. Artia ALPO-82(3). A- 6.00

567.*SMETANA: Bartered Bride. Stratas; Kollo; Berry; Donch; Krombholc/Munich Radio Orch; Bavarian Radio Cho. [German-only notes & libretto; quad] Eurodisc 89 036(3). A- to A 10.00

568. SMETANA: Bartered Bride. Boehme; Streich; Richter; Lenzer/Berlin Civic Opera. Vox OPX-148(3). A-(spine seam split neatly repaired with tape) 10.00

569. SMETANA: Choral Works: Renegade; The Peasant; Festive Chorus; Three Horsemen; Sea-Song; Dedication; Two Choruses; Prayer. Soupal/Moravian Teachers Male Cho. Supraphon SUA-10029. A- 5.00

570.*SMETANA: Dalibor. Pribyl; Kniplova; Svobodova-Janku; Jindrak; Svorc; Svehla; Krombholc/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon 50 971/3(3). A- 6.00

571.*SMETANA: Dalibor. Pribyl; Depoltova; Zitek; Sormova; Smetacek/Brno State Philharmonic & Opera Cho. [quad] Supraphon 1416-2921-3(3). A- 7.00

572.*SMETANA: Libuse. Kniplova; Berman; Soukupova; Bednar; Kroupa; Zidek; Subrtova; Krombholc/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50701/4(4). A- 30.00

573.*SMETANA: The Devil's Wall. Bednar; Berman; Mixova; Zidek; Subrtova; Chalabala/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50361/3(3). A-(brief lgt tks middle side 1) 15.00

574. SMETANA: The Kiss. Cervinkova; Krasova; Petrova; Blachut; Chalabala/Prague National Theatre. Heritage HCNL-8006/7(2). A- 11.00

575.*SMITH: (Gregg): Beware of the Soldier. Rees; Perry; Greenwell; Garretson; Composer/Orchestral Ens; Texas Boys Choir; Columbia University Men's Glee Club. CRI SD-341. A- 12.00

576.*SPOHR: Seven Songs for Baritone, Op.154 (Sitkovetsky, violin; Fischer-Dieskau); Seven Songs for Soprano, Clarinet & Piano (Schoneberger, clarinet; Varady). Holl, piano in all. [dig; DMM] Orfeo S-103 841. A- 9.00

577. SPONTINI: Agnese di Hohenstaufen. Caballe; Bruscantini; Stella; Guelfi; Mazzoli; Muti/RAI Rome. [Live, June 16, 1970; NL] Estro Armonico Rare Opera Editions EA-05460(3). A- 18.00

578. SPONTINI: Agnese di Hohenstaufen. Caballe; Prevedi; Stella; Guelfi; Bruscantini; Muti/RAI Rome. [Live, 4-30-70; w/detailed synopsis, but NL] MRF 60(3). A- 15.00

579. SPONTINI: Fernando Cortez. Tebaldi; Penno; Protti; Tajo; De Palma; Santini/unidentified company. [Live, 1951] [NL] HRE 286(2). A- 8.00

580.*STAINER: The Crucifixion. Crooks; Tibbett; Andrews, organ; Trinity Choir. [recorded 5/27+28/1929]. RCA VIC-1403. A- 5.00

581.*STRADELLA: S. Giovanni Battista Oratorio. Lazzarini; Tadeo; Ornatt; Barcis; Nobile; Cillario/Angelicum Orch of Milan; Cho. Music Guild S-34. A- 5.00

582.*STRADELLA: S. Giovanni Battista (St. John the Baptist; oratorio). Lazzarini; Tadeo; Ornatt; Nobile; Cillario/Angelicum Orch of Milan; Cho. MHS 1178. A- 5.00

583. STRAUSS: (J): Wiener Blut. Schwarzkopf; Kunz; Gedda; Donch; Koth; Loose; Pernerstorfer; Ackermann/PO; Cho. A-(very early U.S. red labels) 5.00

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584.*STRAUSS: Arabella. Della Casa; Gueden; London; Dermota; Kmentt; Wachter; Edelmann; Malaniuk; Solti/VPO. Richmond SRS-63522(3). A- 9.00

585.*STRAUSS: Ariadne auf Naxos. Rysanek; Peters; Jurinac; Peerce; Leinsdorf/VPO. London OSA-13100(3). FS(c/c) 10.00

586.*STRAUSS: Capriccio. Janowitz; Fischer-Dieskau; Schreier; Prey; Ridderbusch; Troyanos; Bohm/BVRS. [Grand Prix du Disque, Paris] DGG 2709 038(3). A- to A 9.00

587.*STRAUSS: Daphne. Popp; Goldberg; Wenkel; Schreier; Moll; Haitink/BVRS. [dig] Angel DSBX-3941(2). A- 7.00

588.*STRAUSS: Die Frau Ohne Schatten. Rysanek; Hongen; Loose; Goltz; Hopf; Bohme; Schoeffler; Bohm/VPO; VSO Cho. Richmond SRS-64503(4). A- 9.00

589. STRAUSS: Die Schweigsame Frau. Wunderlich; Hotter; Prey; Gueden; von Milinkovic; Bohm/Unidentified company. [Live, 1959; includes complete German-English Libretto] Opera Disc OD-1000/2(3). A- 27.00

590.*STRAUSS: Elektra. Varnay; Wegner; Hoengen; Svanholm; Schoeffler; Reiner/Metropolitan Opera. Broadcast performance, February 23, 1952. STRAUSS: Salome. Welitch; Hoengen; Svanholm; Hotter; Sullivan; Reiner/Metropolitan Opera. Broadcast performance, January 19, 1952. [Deluxe Soria Series limited edition; the 9th (1981) in the Met's Soria Series of Historic Performances made available only to generous Met donors; in sturdy black plush slipcase with 26-page book including articles and many photos of Met productions of the works; plus libretti, of course] Metropolitan Opera-MET--9(4). A-(velvet box also in superb condition) 31.00

591. STRAUSS: Elektra. Varnay; Hoengen; Wegner; Svanholm; Schoeffler; Reiner/Unnamed Co (doubtless the Met). [Live; 1952; NL; no notes (as issued)] SJS 704/705(2). A- 12.00

592. STRAUSS: Elektra. Madeira; Borkh; Lorenz; Bohme; Della Casa; Mitropoulos/Salzburg Festival. [Live, August 1957; NL] Discocorp SID-731(2). A- 12.00

593. STRAUSS: Elektra. Varnay; Nikolaidi; Jessner; Janssen; Mitropoulos/NYP. [Live; Christmas Day, 1949; NL] Robin Hood RHR-510(2). A- 16.00

594. STRAUSS: Feuersnot. Hering; Pappas; Napier; Condo; Aoyama; Spica; Nimsgerd; Maag/RAI Turin [Live, October 18, 1973]. Four Last Songs. Della Casa; Rieger/Bavarian Sym. [Live] Discocorp IGI-301(2). A- 11.00

595. STRAUSS: Frau ohne Schatten. Rysanek; Hopf; Benningsen; Bohme; Koth; Metternich; Kempe/Bayerischen Staatsoper. [Live; Munich Festival, August 31, 1954; with English notes but NL] Melodram MEL-S-108(4). A- 16.00

596. STRAUSS: Salome. Welitch; Jagel; Thorborg; Sullivan; Glaz; Reiner/Met. [Live, 1949; booklet with notes and photos, but NL] BJR 156(2). A- 12.00

597.*STRAUSS (J): Die Fledermaus. Rothenberger; Holm; Fassbaender; Gedda; Fischer-Dieskau; Berry; Boskovsky/Vienna Sym; VSO Cho. Angel SBLX-3790(2). A- 6.00

598.*STRAUSS (J): Die Fledermaus. Janowitz; Holm; Waechter; Kmentt; Windgassen; Kunz; Bohm/VPO. London OSA-1296(2). A-(c/c) 6.00

599.*STRAVINSKY: Mass; Symphony of Psalms. Horvat; Austrian Radio Orch & Cho. Class Excel CE-11016. FS 4.00



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600.*STRAVINSKY: Renard (Revised Version, in English; Shirley; Driscoll; Murphy; Gramm); Les Noces (in English; Allen; Sarfaty; Driscoll; Oliver; American Concert Cho (Hillis); pianists: Barber, Copland, Sessions & Foss!); Ragtime. All with Composer/Col Ch Ens. Col MS-6372. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 12.00

601. SZOKOLAY: Blood Wedding. Komlossy; Hazy; Farago; Szonyi; Moldovan; Korody/Hungarian Radio & Television. [Libretto in French & Hungarian only, but English notes and detailed synopsis] Qualiton LPX-1262-63(2). A- to B+ 10.00

602.*SZYMANOWSKI: King Roger. Hiolski; Rumowska; Nikodem; Dabrowski; Mierzejeweski/Warsaw Opera. Aurora AUR-5061/2(2). A- 7.00

603.*TALMA: (Louise): Have You Heard? Did You Know? (Divertimento in Seven Scenes) [Wyner; Martin; Sperry; Weisberg/Ens]; Variations on 13 Ways of Looking at a Blackbird [P.Sperry, tenor; J.Sperry, oboe; Composer, pf]. MHS 7308K. A- 5.00

604.*TANNER: (Jerre): Boy With Goldfish. Siu; Elliott; Holdridge/LSO; Nigel Brooks Chorale. [fold-open album with colorful paintings by John Thomas; dig] Varese Sarabande VCDM-1000,30. A- to A 5.00

605. TCHAIKOVSKY: The Maid of Orleans. Preobrazhenskaya; Ulyanov; Runovsky; Solomyak; Khaikin/Kirov Opera & Ballet Theatre of Leningrad. [Recorded in 1946; includes English notes and full libretto] Ultraphone ULP-135/138(4). A-- 9.00

606.*TCHAIKOVSKY: The Voyevoda (8 sides); Undina (excerpts from unfinished opera; 1 side); Mandragora (excerpt from unfinished opera); Romeo & Juliet (concert duet). Milashkina; Raikov; Gauk. [Cyrillic-only notes and credits; no libretto; I cannot make out any more detail about performers!] Melodiya C10-18123-30(5). A- 61.00

607.*TELEMANN: Pimpinone. Spreckelsen; Nimsgern; Hirsch/Ensemble Florilegium Musicum. Telefunken 6.35285(2). FS 8.00

608.*THEODORAKIS: Canto General. Farantouri; Pandis; Composer/Percussions of Strasbourg; French National Cho. [Greek-only texts and notes] Peters DPI-506/7(2). A-(minor album scuffs) 7.00

609.*THOMAS: (Kurt; 1904-73): Mass in a. HEINRICH KAMINSKI (1886-1946): Psalm 130. Fruhhaber; Belician; Altmeyer; Bremsteller/Capella St. Crucis Hannover. DGG / Leuenhagen & Paris 2891 266. A- to A 9.00

610. THOMAS: Hamlet. Dubuc; Portanier; Delvaux; Cooleman; Bert; Cuyckens/Royal Opera, Ghent. [Live, 1968; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 442(2). B 12.00

611. THOMAS: Mignon. Moizan; Michaeu; De Luca; Sebastian/Belgian National Orch; Chorus of Theatre de la Monnaie, Brussels. Richmond RS-63014(3). A- 9.00

612.*THOMAS: Mignon. Tourangeau; Rogers; Wilden; Chabonneau; Santos; Bonynge/Unidentified company. [Live, 1977] BJR S-144(3). A- 10.00

613.*THOMSON: The Mother of Us All. Dunn; Atherton; Booth; Godfrey; Maxwell; Vanni; Leppard/Santa Fe Opera. New World NW-288/89(2). A- 14.00

614.*TIPPETT: Choral Music - 4 Songs from the British Isles; 5 Negro Spirituals from "A Child of Our Time;" nine more short works. Soloists; Cleobury/Schola Cantorum of Oxford. Oiseau-Lyre DSLO-25. FS 9.00

615. TOSTI: Songs - Twenty of them, sung by Bottazzo(6), Casula(3), Olivero(4), Bosco, Martinelli, Borgonovo, Bjoerling, Bernardi, Tagliabue & Gigli. [in blank cover] Unique Opera UORC-253. A- 13.00



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616.*VANGELIS O. PAPATHANASSIOU: Earth. Composer/Aphrodite's Child (chamber group with vocals). Vertigo 6499 693. A- to A 8.00

617.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: An Oxford Elegy (Westbrook, speaker); Flos Campi (Aronowitz, viola); Five Variants of Dives & Lazarus. Willcocks/Jacques Orch; Choir of King's College, Cambridge. Angel S-36699. A--/A- 4.00

618.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Hodie. Baker; Lewis; Shirley-Quirk; Willcocks/LSO; Bach Choir; Westminster Abbey Choristers. [blue labels] Angel S-36297. A- 9.00

619.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Mass in g (Seers; Chance; Salmon; Best); Te Deum in G (Trotter, organ). HERBERT HOWELLS: Requiem (Coxwell; Chance; Salmon; Best); Take Him, Earth, for Cherishing. Best/Corydon Singers. [DMM] Hyperion A-66076. A- to A 5.00

620.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Mass in g (Eaton; Perrin; Doveton; Van Asch); Five Mystical Songs (Shirley-Quirk); Motet: O Clap Your Hands. Willcocks/King's College Choir, Cambridge; ECO. [blue labels] Angel S-36590. A- 7.00

621. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Mass in g. BACH: Motet #1. Soloists; Ian Morton/Macalester College Little Choir. [recorded c.1961] Private KB-2674. A- 6.00

622.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: On Wenlock Edge. BUTTERWORTH: Love Blows as the Wind Blows. ELGAR: Pleading; Three Songs, Op.59; Two Songs, Op.60. Tear, tenor; Handley/City of Birmingham Sym. EMI ASD-3896. A- to A 9.00

623.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Pilgrim's Progress. Noble; Armstrong; Burrowes; Partridge; Shirley-Quirk; Keyte; Boult/LPO & Cho. [Side 6: Boult in rehearsal of the work] Angel SCL-3785(3). A- 16.00

624.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Sancta Civitas; Benedicite. Harper; Partridge; Shirley-Quirk; Willcocks/LSO; Chos. Angel S-36751. A- 4.00

625.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Songs of Travel. BUTTERWORTH: Five Songs from A Shropshire Lad; Songs(6). Trew, baritone; Vignoles, pf. Hyperion A-66037. A- to A 4.00

626.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: The House of Life; Songs of Travel. Althony Rolfe Johnson; Willison, piano. Polydor 2460 236. A- to A 5.00

627. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Toward the Unknown Region; Serenade to Music (Morison; Thomas; Robertson; Anthony; LSO Cho); Wasps Overture; Greensleeves Fantasia. Sargent/LSO. Angel 35564. 9.00

628. VERDI: Aida. Tebaldi; Stignani; Protti; Caselli; Corena; Di Palma; Erede/ASCR. [NL - as issued] Richmond RS-63002(3). A- 5.00

629.*VERDI: Aida. Ricciarelli; Domingo; Obraztsova; Ghiaurov; Raimondi; Abbado/La Scala. [dig] DGG 2741 014(3). A- to A 8.00

630. VERDI: Aida. Callas; Del Monaco; Taddei; Silva; Ruffino; Dominguez; di Fabritiis/Teatro de Bellas Artes, Mexico City. [Live; July 3, 1951] [With synopsis but NL] MRF 21(3). A- 19.00

631. VERDI: Aida. Dimitrova; Cossotto; Bonisolli; Nova; Morelli/unidentified company. [NL] HRE 421(3). A- 17.00

632. VERDI: Aida. Milanov; Rankin; del Monaco; Warren; Hines; Amara; Cleva/Met. [Live, 1952; NL; blank jackets] Unique Opera UORC-325(2). A-- 10.00

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633.*VERDI: Aroldo. Caballe; Cecchele; Lebherz; J.Pons; Manno; Queler/Opera Orchestra & Oratorio Society of New York; Westchester Choral Soc. [Live; Carnegie Hall; 4/8/79] Col M3X-35906(3). A- 8.00

634. VERDI: Die Sizilianische Vesper (I Vespri Siciliani sung in German). Cunitz; Rosvaenge; Schlusnus; von Rohr; Heimpel; Welter; Schroeder/Hessian Radio Orch & Cho. [rec in 1951; German-only notes; NL] DGG LPEM-19244/46(3). A- to A 27.00

635.*VERDI: Don Carlos (complete 4-Act Italian Version of 1882/83). Carreras; Freni; Ghiaurov; Baltsa; Van Dam; Cappuccilli; Raimondi; Gruberova; Hendricks; Karajan/BPO. Angel SZDX-3875(4). A- 10.00

636. VERDI: Don Carlo. Christoff; Gedda; Stella; Nicolai; Filippeschi; Santini/Rome Opera. Capitol GCR-7165(3). A- 6.00

637.*VERDI: Don Carlo. Corelli; Janowitz; Verrett; Ghiaurov; Waechter; Talvela; Gruberova; Blegen; Horst Stein/Unnamed Company (an Austrian customer has told me it is Vienna State Opera). [Live, 1970; probably NL] Legendary LR-163(3). A-(back cov has minor dam) 11.00

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