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Ernani. Domingo; Freni; Bruson; Ghiaurov; Muti/La Scala



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Ernani. Domingo; Freni; Bruson; Ghiaurov; Muti/La Scala. [dig; live] Angel DSCX-3942(3). A- 6.00

639. VERDI: Falstaff. Rimini; Tassinari; Tellini; Baudes; Monticone; Molajoli/La Scala. [original oversized album in excellent condition; added libretto] Entre EL-8(2). B++ 18.00

640. VERDI: Falstaff. Stabile; Biasini; Borgioli; Nessi; Lazzari; Tedeschi; Toscanini/Salzburg Festival; live; July 26, 1937. Filler: Aida Overture (first public performance; March 30, 1940; no artist details here, but this was Toscanini/NBC; there was apparently only one other performance of the work before the Verdi family locked the score away again, though Abbado has recorded the score from a transcription made by listening to the Toscanini performance). [NL] Penzance 37(3). A- 18.00

641.*VERDI: Four Sacred Pieces. Baker; Giulini/PO/Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-36125. A- 5.00

642. VERDI: I Due Foscari. Gencer; Guelfi; Picchi; Maddalena; Begali; Serafin/Teatro "La Fenice," Venice. [Live, 1957; NL] Melodram MEL-465(2). A- to A 12.00

643. VERDI: I Lombardi all Prima Crociata. Scotto; Pavarotti; Raimondi; Grilli; Gavazzeni/Unnamed Co. [Live; Rome; 11/20/1969] MRF 48(2). A-(missing booklet) 11.00

644.*VERDI: I Lombardi. Sass; Carreras; Ghiuselev; Gardelli/Unnamed Company. [Live; 1976; NL] HRE V-804(3). FS 10.00

645. VERDI: I Masnadieri. Limarilli; Malaspina; Giaiotti; Petri; Mannino/RAI Orch & Cho. [Live, Turin, 6-11-71] MRF 86(2). A- 15.00

646. VERDI: I Vespri Siciliani. Cerquetti; Christoff; Truccato-Pace; Tagliabue; Rossi/EIRA Turin. [Live; no date given; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 206(3). B+ 9.00

647.*VERDI: Il Trovatore. Ricciarelli; Carreras; Masurok; Toczyska; Lloyd; Davis/ROHCG. [dig] Philips 6769 063(3). A- to A 9.00

648.*VERDI: Il Trovatore. Price; Obraztsova; Bonisolli; Cappuccilli; Raimondi; Karajan/BPO; Berlin Opera Cho. Angel SCLX-3855(3). A- 7.00

649. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Milanov; Bjoerling; Barbieri; Warren; Cellini/RCA Orch; Shaw Chorale. [SD labels] RCA LM-6008(2). A- 12.00

650. VERDI: Jerusalem. Ricciarelli; Carreras; Nimsgern; Monreale; Gavazzeni/Unnamed Company. [Live, 1975; NL; blank jackets] Unique Opera UORC-283(2). A- 17.00



LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
651. VERDI: La Battaglia di Legnano. Bastianini; Corelli; Stella; Maionica; Gavazzeni/La Scala. [Live, 1961; NL] Melodram MEL-430(2). FS(plastic fraying, but unopened) 9.00

652. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Milanov; del Monaco; Warren; Wilderman; Herbert/Unnamed company (I've been told it was New Orleans). [live, 1953; NL; blank covers] Unique Opera UORC-222(3). A-(nice copy!) 19.00

653. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Cerquetti; Simionato; Ferraro; Protti; Christoff; Sanzogno/Unidentified Company. [Live, 1956; no notes; NL; blank covers] Unique Opera UORC-332(2). A- 11.00

654. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Carreras; Tomova-Sintov; Mazurok; Moll; Equiluz; Gomez-Martinez/unidentified company. [Live, 1980; with notes but NL] Legendary LR-165(3). A- 11.00

655. VERDI: La Forza del Destino. Del Monaco; Tebaldi; Bastianini; Siepi; Corena; Simionato; Di Palma; Molinari-Pradelli/ASCR. [AUTOGRAPHED on libretto by Tebaldi & Bastianini; Tebaldi also signed the inside of box front] London XLLA-37(4). B/B-(rather scuffy) 17.00

656.*VERDI: La Traviata. de los Angeles; del Monte; Sereni; Chissari; Bertona; Tedesco; Serafin/Rome Opera. [blue labels] Angel S-3623(3). A- 7.00

657. VERDI: La Traviata. Bovy; Martini; J.C.Thomas; Votipka; Browning; Cordon; Panizza/Unnamed company (clearly the Met). [Live, 1937; blank covers; no notes or libretto] Unique Opera UORC-285(2). FS! 13.00

658. VERDI: La Traviata. Ponselle; Tibbett; Jagel; Vetttori; Wakefield; Gandolfi; Panizza/Unidentified Company. [live, 1935; NL] Pearl GEMM-235/6(2). A- 9.00

659. VERDI: La Traviata. Callas; Zanolli; Mandelli; di Stefano; Bastianini; Giulini/La Scala. [Live, 1955; NL] Discocorp RR-474(2). A- 14.00

660. VERDI: La Traviata. Caniglia; Gigli; Basiola; Huder; Baracchi; Hitchin; Cimaro/Unidentified Company. [Live, 1939; NL] MDP 009(2). A- 14.00

661.*VERDI: Luisa Miller. Ricciarelli; Domingo; Bruson; Obraztsova; Howell; Ganzarolli; Maazel/ROHCG. DGG 2709 096(3). A- to A(c/c) 9.00

662. VERDI: Luisa Miller. Bohme; Hopf; Cebotari; Trotschel; Rott; Hann; Herrmann; Elmendorff/Dresden Staatskapelle & Opera Cho. [no notes or libretto] Private LM-1-4(2). A- 12.00

663. VERDI: Macbeth. Cappuccilli; Ghiaurov; Verrett; Malagu; Tagliavini; Abbado/La Scala. [live; 10-12-1975; NL] VIPS Opera 1(3). A- 15.00

664. VERDI: Macbeth. Ludwig; Milnes; Ridderbusch; Cossutta; Bohm/Unidentified Company. [Live, 1970; NL] ERR 120(3). A--(fine pressing for ERR) 20.00

665. VERDI: Nabucco. Bastianini; Vinco; Parutto; Ottolini; Rota; Bartoletti/MMF. [Live, 1961; libretto in Italian only] Replica ARPL-32497(3). A- to A 18.00

666. VERDI: Nabucco. Bastianini; Vinco; Ottolini; parutto; Bartoletti/Teatro Comunale di Firenze. [Live; 8/26/1959; NL] CLS ARPCL-32039(3). A- 15.00

667.*VERDI: Otello. Vickers; Freni; Glossop; Senechal; Van Dam; Karajan/BPO; Berlin Opera Cho. Angel SCLX-3809(3). A- 9.00

668. VERDI: Otello. Vinay; Albanese; Warren; Moscona; Lipton; Garris; Hayward; Busch/unnamed orch. [NL; Live; 12-18-48] Penzance 18(2). A- 9.00



LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
669. VERDI: Otello. Vinay; Schoeffler; Dermota; Martinis; Greindl; Furtwangler/VPO; VSO Cho. [Live, Salzburg Festival; August 7, 1951] Foyer FO-1018(3). A- 14.00

670.*VERDI: Requiem. Arroyo; Veasey; Domingo; Raimondi; Bernstein/LSO & Cho. CBS 77231(2). FS(almost certainly German pressings) 15.00

671.*VERDI: Requiem. Caballe; Cossotto; Vickers; Raimondi; Barbirolli/NPO & Cho. EMI CFP-4428(2). A- 12.00

672. VERDI: Requiem. Milanov; Thorborg; Roswaenge; Moscona; Toscanini/BBC Sym; BBC Choral Soc. [live; 5-27-38] Toscanini Soc ATS-1108/9(2). FS 12.00

673.*VERDI: Requiem. Vartenissian; Cossotto; Fernandi; Christoff; Serafin/Rome Opera. [notes in French only] French EMI 2C181-01461/2(2). B+(front cover boldly AUTOGRAPHED BY COSSOTTO) 12.00

674.*VERDI: Rigoletto (in English). Rawnsley; Davies; Field; Tomlinson; Rigby; Elder/English National Opera. [dig] Angel DSBX-3957(2). A- 14.00

675. VERDI: Rigoletto. Scotto; Paskalis; Pavarotti; Bartoluzzi; Washington; Clabassi; Giulini/Rome Opera. [Live; November 19, 1966] Side 6: Arias from Rigoletto by Bjoerling and Warren (Sodero/Orch; 1945). Carnegie Hall, 1/17/1968; no libretto or notes] Estro Armonico EA-020(3). A-(box has tape repair) 20.00

676. VERDI: Simon Boccanegra. Gobbi; Christoff; de los Angeles; Campora; Santini/Rome Opera. [blue labels] Angel 3617(3). A-(libretto AUTOGRAPHED by Gobbi) 17.00

677. VERDI: Un Ballo in Maschera. Callas; di Stefano; Gobbi; Barbieri; Votto/La Scala. [blue labels] Angel 3557(3). A- 6.00

678. VERDI: Un Ballo in Maschera. Gigli; Caniglia; Barbieri; Ribetti; Bechi; Serafin/Rome Opera. [recorded 1943] Sera IB-6026(2). A- 5.00

679.*VERDI: Un Ballo in Maschera. Caballe; Carreras; Wixell; Payne; Ghazarian; Howell; Davis/ROHCG. Philips 6769 020(3). A- to A(c/c) 12.00

680.*VERDI: Un Ballo in Maschera. Domingo; Arroyo; Cappuccilli; Cossotto; Grist; Muti/NPO; ROHCG Cho. [quad] Angel SCLX-3762(3). A- 7.00

681.*VERDI: Un Giorno di Regno. Pagliughi; Capecchi; Bruscantini; Simonetto/RAI Milan. [Italian libretto] Cetra LPC-1225(2). FS!(box has tape repair; LP's sealed in plastic) 6.00

682.*VICENTINO (Nicola; 1511-76): 4 Madrigals & other short vocal & instrumental pcs. Baines/Jaye Consort of Viols; Accademia Monteverdiana. Bach Guild HM-34. A- 6.00

683. VIVES: Bohemios ("Bohemians"). Berganza; Rosada; Ausensi; Munguia; Argenta/Orquesta Sinfonica; Cantores de Madrid. [Notes & synopsis in English & Spanish, but NL] London TW-91038. A- 18.00

684. VIVES: Bohemios. Berganza; Rosada; Ausensi; Munguia; Argenta/Orquesta Sinfonica; Cantores de Madrid. [Spanish-only notes; NL] Alhambra C-30019. A- to A 6.00

685. VIVES: Bohemios. Berganza; Rosada; Ausensi; Munguia; Argenta/Orquesta Sinfonica; Cantores de Madrid. [Spanish-only notes; NL] Alhambra ALH-5120. A- 6.00

686. VOGLER: (Georg Joseph; 1749-1814): Gustav Adolf Och Ebba Brahe. Andersson; Blanc; Johansson; Hallin; Kleimert; Farncombe/Swedish Royal Opera. [Live, 1973; usual fine MRF booklet contains notes, synopsis, illustrations & complete libretto] Side 6: Songs & Arias by Vogler's pupils: Africaine (Caballe/Domingo; 1978); Euryanthe (Sutherland; 2 arias; 1955); Meyerbeer song (Sills; 1972). MRF 156(3). A-(half dozen tiny nicks cause brief loud tks) 9.00



LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
687.*WAGNER: Das Liebesmahl der Apostel (The Feast of Pentecost). BRUCKNER: Helgoland. Morris/Symphonica of London; Ambrosian Male Voice Cho. Peters PLE-043. A-(s/s) 7.00

688.*WAGNER: Das Rheingold (sung in English). Bailey; Belcourt; Stroud; Goodall/English National Opera Company. [Live] Angel SDC-3825(4). A-(British pressings) 20.00

689. WAGNER: Das Rheingold. Neidlinger; Hotter; Witte; Weber; Greindl; Malaniuk; Krauss/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; August 8, 1953; German-only libretto] Foyer FO-1008(3). A- 14.00

690. WAGNER: Das Rheingold. S. Bjorling; Windgassen (but see below); Malaniuk; Fritz; Kuen; Pflanzl; Schwarzkopf; Karajan/Bayreuth Festival, 1951. [Live; includes English notes, but NL; a knowledgeable customer tells me that this is not Windgassen as Froh, but rather Robert Bernauer; in fact, the notes confirm this but the cover gets it wrong!] Melodram MEL-516(3). A- 11.00

691.*WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Kollo; Schreier; Donath; Hesse; Adam; Ridderbusch; Evans; Karajan/Staatskapelle Dresden; Cho. [drm; DMM] Electrola 153-7 49683 1(4). A- to A 10.00

692.*WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Bailey; Kollo; Bode; Hamari; Weikl; Moll; Solti/VPO; VSO Cho. London OSA-1512(5). A- 10.00

693. WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Neidlinger; Grummer; Geisler; Greindl; Schmidt-Walther; Stolze; Cluytens/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1957; includes English notes, but NL] Melodram MEL-572(5). FS 17.00

694. WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Schwarzkopf; Edelmann; Kunz; Hopf; Unger; Karajan/Bayreuth Festival Orchestra & Chorus. [Live; Bayreuth, 1951; newly remastered here from original tapes] EMI RLS-7708(5). A- to A(silky British pressings) 27.00

695. WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Prohaska; Muller; Lorenz; Fuchs; Greindl; Furtwangler/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1943; includes some English notes, but libretto German only] Electrola 1C181-01 797/801(5). A- 23.00

696.*WAGNER: Die Walkure. Hoffman; Jones; Altmeyer; McIntyre; Schwarz; Killebrew; Reppel; Boulez/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; dig] Philips 6769 071(4). A- to A 13.00

697. WAGNER: Die Walkure. Modl; Suthaus; Rysanek; Frantz; Frick; Klose; Furtwangler/VPO. Seraphim IE-6012(5). A- 15.00

698.*WAGNER: Flying Dutchman. Adam; Silja; Talvela; Unger; Kozub; Klemperer/NPO; BBC Cho. Angel SCL-3730(3). A- 9.00

699. WAGNER: Gotterdammerung. Windgassen; Varnay; Greindl; Neidlinger; Resnik; Malaniuk; Krauss/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; August 12, 1953; German-only libretto] Foyer FO-1011(5). A- 14.00

700. WAGNER: Gotterdammerung. Flagstad; Svanholm; Bjoner; Gustavson; Karen Marie Flagstad; Fjeldstad/Oslo Phil; Norwegian Radio. London A-4603(6). A- 26.00

701. WAGNER: Gotterdammerung. Lorenz; Varnay; Hude; Modl; Siewert; Greindl; Neidlinger; Keilberth/Bayreuth Festival, 1952. [with English notes but NL] Melodram MEL-529(5). A- 18.00

702.*WAGNER: Lohengrin. Kollo; Tomowa-Sintow; Nimsgern; Vejzovic; Ridderbusch; Kerns; Karajan/BPO; Berlin Opera Cho. Angel SELX-3829(5). A- 10.00



LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
703.*WAGNER: Lohengrin. King; Janowitz; Jones; Stewart; Ridderbusch; Kubelik/BVRS & Cho. DGG 2713 005(5). A- to A(c/c) 10.00

704. WAGNER: Lohengrin. Windgassen; Steber; Varnay; Uhde; Greindl; Keilberth/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1953 Festival; scarece early pressing with "Bayreuth Festival" labels & oversize album] London LLA-16(5). A--(1/4-inch scr sd 9; a little box tape repair) 14.00

705.*WAGNER: Lohengrin. Thomas; Grummer; Fischer-Dieskau; Ludwig; Frick; Wiener; Kempe/VPO: VSO Cho. EMI SLS-5071(5). A- 21.00

706.*WAGNER: Love-Feast of the Apostles; Siegfried Idyll (Original Chamber Version). Boulez/NYP; Westminster Choir. Col M-35131. A- 6.00

707. WAGNER: Parsifal London; Greindl; Weber; Vinay; Hude; Modl; Krauss/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1953; French-only notes; NL] Rodolphe RP-12378/81(4). A-(minor box tape repair) 15.00

708.*WAGNER: Parsifal. King; Jones; Crass; Stewart; McIntyre; Boulez/Bayreuth Festival, 1970. DGG 2713 004(5). A- to A(c/c) 12.00

709. WAGNER: Parsifal. London; Varnay; Hotter; Svanholm; Davidson; Vichegonov; Stiedry/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; April 17, 1954; with English notes but NL] Melodram MEL-442(4). A- 18.00

710. WAGNER: Rienzi. Composite recording put together before there was any commercial recording of the complete work. Mostly from Vienna 1960 concert performance with Svanholm; Ludwig; Christiansen; Berry; Schoeffler; Stich-Randall; Krips/Orch. Others interpolated are Heger/Vienna 1950; Basile/Turin 1963; Von Matacic/Stuttgart 1957; Scherchen/Milan 1964; Prohaska/Berlin 1941 (? - conjectural tape); and the overture is by Cantelli/NBC, 1954. [Includes VERY detailed notes, plus full German/English libretto identifying who's performing what] SIDES 7 & 8: WAGNER - Columbus Overture (Kraus/Orch); Love Feast of the Apostles (Smetacek/Bratislava Radio Orch; Cho). SIEGFRIED WAGNER: Overtures to Der Barenhauter (Composer/Orch; from acoustic 78's) and Der Schmied von Marienburg (Tietjens/Bayreuth; 1936). [An unusual set, to say the least!] Penzance PR-8(4). A-(little or no snd from lgt blem beg side 3) 37.00

711.*WAGNER: Siegfried (sung in English). Hunter; Remedios; Bailey; Dempsey; Goodall/English National Opera Company. [Live] EMI SLS-875(5). A- to A 16.00

712. WAGNER: Siegfried. Windgassen; Varnay; Hotter; Kuen; Streich; Neidlinger; Krauss/Bayreuth Fest. [Live; August 1953; German libretto] Foyer FO-1010(4). A- 14.00

713. WAGNER: Tannhauser. Melchior; Flagstad; List; Darcy; Janssen; Thorborg; Harrell; Leinsdorf/Unnamed Company. [Live, 1941; presumably the Met; in blank box without notes or libretto] Die Goldene Aera Richard Wagners GAW-300(3). B+ to A- 31.00

714. WAGNER: Tannhauser. Seider; Von Rohr; Paul; Klarwein; Kusche; Ostertag; Wunzer; Streich; Heger/Munich State Opera. Vox OPBX-143(4). A-(lovely; w/libretto from Chicago Civic Opera) 10.00

715.*WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde. Mitchinson; Gray; Wilkins; Joll; Howell; Goodall/Welsh Ntnl Opera. [dig; Dutch pressing] London LDR-75001(5). A- to A 10.00

716.*WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde. Vickers; Dernesch; Ludwig; Berry; Ridderbusch; Weikl; Schreier; Karajan/BPO; Berlin Opera Cho. Angel SEL-3777(5). A- 7.00



LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued
717. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde. Flagstad; Thebom; Suthaus; Greindl; Fischer-Dieskau; Schock; Furtwangler/PO. EMI RLS-684(5). A-(British pressings) 23.00

718. WAGNER: Walkure. Vinay; Varnay; Greindl; Hotter; Resnik; Malaniuk; Krauss/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; August 9, 1953; German-only libretto] Foyer FO-1009(4). A- 14.00

719.*WALTON: Belshazzar's Feast (Bell; PO Cho); Partita for Orchestra. Composer/PO. Angel S-35681. A-(earliest U.S. red labels) 7.00

720.*WALTON: Belshazzar's Feast. Cameron; Roger Wagner/RPO; His Cho. Capitol SP-8577. A- 8.00

721. WEBER: Der Freischutz. Hopf; Cunitz; Rus; Loose; Edelmann; Ackermann/VPO; VSO Cho. Richmond RS-62016(2). A- 5.00

722. WEBER: Der Freischutz. Hopf; Streich; Grummer; Proebstl; Erich Kleiber/Cologne Radio Orch & Cho. [March, 1955; no notes or libretto] IGI 300(2). A- 18.00

723.*WEBER: Euryanthe. Kubiak; Bible; W. Lewis; Howard; Scherman/Unnamed Company. [Live; date not given; illustrated booklet enclosed with notes & libretto] BJR S-120(3). A- 11.00

724.*WEBER: Euryanthe. Norman; Hunter; Gedda; Krause; Vogel; Krahmer; Neukirch; Janowski/Dresden State Orch; Leipzig Radio Cho. [first recording] Angel SDL-3764(4). A- 9.00

725.*WEBERN: Lieder (43: complete published songs). Dorothy Dorow; Rudolf Jansen, piano. [dig; DMM] Etcetera ETC-2008(2). A- to A 10.00

726.*WEILL: The Three-Penny Opera (Lenya; Schellow; Koczian; Bruckner-Ruggeberg/Sender Freies Orch, Berlin; Arndt Cho); Nine Berlin Theatre Songs (Lenya; Bean/Orch; at least some of these are either mono or electronic stereo). [German pressings] Col M2-37864(2). A- to A 8.00

727.*WEISGALL: (Hugo; b.1912): Song Cycles: The Golden Peacock; Translations. Judith Raskin, soprano; Ritt, piano. CRI SD-417. A- 6.00

728.*WERNICK: (Richard; b.1934): A Prayer for Jerusalem (DeGaetani, soprano; Steele, percussion). WALTER MAYS (b.1941): Six Invocations to the Svara Mandala (Combs/Wichita State University Percussion Orch). [1975 Naumberg Award Winners] CRI SD-344. A- 6.00

729. WOLF: Der Corregidor. Erb; Teschemacher; Fuchs; Herrmann; Frick; Hann; Bohme; Elmendorff/Saxon State Orch; Dresden Opera Cho. [NL] Opera Society London OPS 115/117(3). A- 6.00

730.*ZEMLINSKY: Eine Florentinische Tragodie. von Osten; Gotz; Demitz; Pleyer/Teatro La Fenice. [English notes; libretto German/Italian only] Fonit Cetra LMA-3010. A- 6.00

731.*ZEMLINSKY: The Mermaid; Psalm XIII. Chailly/Berlin Radio Orch; Senff Ch Cho. [dig] London 417 450-1. A- to A(Dutch pressing) 4.00
LP's: Operatic & Choral Highlights
732. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio (from Act I only - ends with singing of "Abscheulicher.") Lehmann; Helletsgruber; Gallos; Pavmann; Toscanini/Unnamed Company. [Live; August 31, 1935; NL; blank jacket] Unique Opera UORC-218. A- 18.00

733. BOITO: Mefistofele: Prologue (Siepi) & Act 3 (Nelli; Prandeli; Siepi); Nerone: Acts 3 & 4 (Nelli; Simionato; Guarrera; Nessi). Toscanini/La Scala. [Live; June 10, 1948; no note or libretto] CLS ARPCL-22045(2). A- 16.00

734.*BONONCINI: Griselda (excerpts). GRAUN: Montezuma (excerpts). Sutherland; Elms; Sinclair; Harwood; Bonynge/LPO; Ambrosian Singers. London OSA-1270(2). A- 6.00

735. ELGAR: The Dream of Gerontius (exc). Balfour; Wilson; Heyner; Composer/Royal Albert Hall Orch; Royal Choral Soc. [recorded 2/26/1927, live; includes 12 of the 13 78 rpm sides Elgar recorded, of which only 4 saw release initially] Opal CD-9810. A- 5.00

736. HALEVY: La Juive: Act II with Martinelli; Rethberg; Boerner; Clemens; Merola/SF Opera [Live, 1936]; Act IV excerpts with Martinelli & D'Angelo; Heller/Vitaphone Orch [1926/27]. Voce 40. A- 6.00

737. LORTZING: Undine (exc). Schlemm; Ludwig; Braun; Blankenheim; Reinshagen/Bamberg Sym; Cho. [notes in German only] [tulip labels] DGG 19 010. A- 9.00

738. MILLOCKER: Der Bettelstudent (exc). Eoose; Eipperle; Wolf; Terkal; Schmidt-Boelcke/BVRS & Cho. [10-inch] Telefunken TM-68039. A--(British pressing) 5.00

739. PUCCINI: Turandot (Act II). Turner; Martinelli; Favero; Barbirolli/ROHCG. [Live; May 1937] Side 2: Martinelli, DeLuca & Gordon in misc arias & duets. [NL; blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera EJS no # shown. B 12.00

740.*ROSSINI: La Cenerentola (exc). Simionato; Bruscantini; Benelli; Montarsolo; De Fabritiis/MMF. London OS-26026. A-(c/c) 4.00

741. VERDI: Il Trovatore (exc). Sutherland; Obrazova; Pavarotti; Wexell; Grant; Bonynge/unidentified company. [Live, no date given; bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-281. A- 6.00

742. WAGNER: Die Walkure (Act II). Flagstad; Lehmann; Melchior; Meisle; Schorr; List; Reiner/San Francisco [Live; 11/13/36]. [NL] Discocorp RR-426. A- 12.00

743. WAGNER: Walkure - Act I, Scene 3. Gotterdammerung - Daybreak; Brunnhilde & Siegfried Duet; Siegfried's Rhine Journey. Traubel; Melchior; Toscanini/NBC. [broadcast 2-22-41] [SD labels] RCA LM-2452. A- 8.00


LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections
744. BAYREUTH FESTIVAL: 1900-1930: Arias etc. sung by Bohnen, Demuth, Destinn, Hafgren, Hensel, Knupfer, Kraus, Leider, Leisner, Mayr, Melchior, Onegin, Scheidl, Schorr & Soomer. DGG 2721 109(2). A- to A 15.00

745. BAYREUTH FESTIVAL: 1930-1944: Arias etc. sung by Klose, Leider, Lorenz, von Manowarda, Melchior, Muller, Ohms, Scheidl, Schulusnus, Volker & Wolff. DGG 2721 110(2). A- to A 15.00

746. BAYREUTH FESTIVAL 1932-1936: Excerpts from Lohengrin (3) & Walkure (1) (Muller; Volker; Tietjen/Bayreuth, 1936 [does not duplicate TH 97003]); Meistersinger (3) (Roswaenge; Bockelmann (1932 & 1933); Tannhauser & Rheingold (Bockelmann, 1933); (last three with F.A.Schmidt/BSOO: artists active at Bayreuth in these roles, but these recordings not from Bayreuth.) Telefunken TH-97008. A- 6.00

747. GREAT VOICES ON RADIO, 1941-46: Broadcast performances (mostly popular songs) by Melton, Stevens, Melchior, Pons, Martini, Moore, Merrill, Traubel, Peerce, Novotna, Gorin, Jepson, Kullman, Swarthout, Tibbett & Pinza. Sandy Hook SH-2041. A- 12.00

748.*GUILLAUME DE MACHAUT ET SON: TEMPS: Ten works by Machaut(5), Borlet, Anon, Cesaris, Carmen & Tapissier. Ensemble Guillaume de Machaut de Paris. Ades 14,040. A- 5.00

749.*HARMONIA SACRA: Vocal Works of Purcell(6), Jeremiah Clarke, Pelham Humphrey, William Croft & John Blow. Concerto Vocale. Harmonia Mundi HM-1081. A- 5.00

750. LA SCALA - GALA REOPENING: May 11, 1946. Puccini - Manon Lescaut (Act 3 Complete). Boito - Mefistofele (Prologue). Selections from Gazza Ladra, Nabucco, Mose, Vespri, Te Deum. Tebaldi; Favero; Gardino; Malipiero; Pasero; Nessi; Stabile; Forti; Toscanini/La Scala. HRE 243(2). A- 16.00

751. LAMENT FOR APRIL 15: And Other Modern American Madrigals by Claflin(3), Mills, Pinkham(2), Stevens, Kay(2), Kurt List, Dvorkin, Edward Tatnall Canby, Harman. Randolph Singers. CRI 102. A-(writing on back cover) 6.00

752.*MET STARS ON BROADWAY: Broadway numbers sung by Pinza(2), Price, Weede, Stevens, Siepi, Tebaldi, Peters, Farrell, Simionato, Kirsten, Nilsson, Scotto. Met 204. A- 16.00

753.*MOTETS: By Monteverdi(3), Schutz(8) & Giovanni Gabrieli(2). Knibbs; Hall; Thomas; Bowman; Louis Halsey Singers. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-333. A- 4.00

754. OPERA GOES BROADWAY: Selections by


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