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BSOO); Hebrides Overture (BPO); Calm Sea & Prosperous Voyage (Mendelssohn; LSO). Melodiya M10-43657-8. A- 15.00

1712. BOHM: Reger - Mozart Variations. Mozart - Serenata Notturna. BPO. Decca DL-9979. A- 11.00

1713.*BOHM: Schubert - Symphony #1 & #2. BPO. DGG 2530 216. A- to A 9.00

1714.*BOHM: Schubert - Symphony #3 & #4. BPO. DGG 2530 526. A- to A 9.00

1715. BOHM: Strauss - Alpine Symphony. Dresden Staatskapelle. Decca DL-9970. A-(quiet pressing for this) 8.00

1716. BOHM: Bohm in Dresden, Volume 4: OPERATIC EXCERPTS: WAGNER: Meistersinger (Complete Act 3 w/Nissen; Ralf; Teschemacher). ARIAS, DUETS, CHORUSES from Rosenkavalier, Daphne, Freischutz, Tannhauser, Lohengrin, Meistersinger, Otello, Faust, Fanciulla & Cav (vocalists inc Rethy; Hongen; Ralf; Teschemacher; Herrmann; Goltz). OVERTURES, INTERMEZZI, OTHER ORCHESTRAL EXC from Rosenkavalier, Salome, Seraglio, Figaro, Oberon, Bartered Bride, Freischutz, Hansel & Gretel, Dutchman, Tannhauser, Lohengrin, Meistersinger, Aida, Cav, Pag, Fledermaus, 1001 Nights & Donna Diana. Dresden Staatskapelle & Staatsoper Cho. [Recorded 1938-40] Electrola 1C137-53 514/19(6). A- to A 22.00

LP's: Conductors - continued
1717.*BOSKOVSKY: Lanner Waltzes & Galops (8). Johann Strauss Orch, Vienna. [quad] Angel S-37248. A- 7.00

1718.*BOSKOVSKY: Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #1, #4 & #6; Rakoczy March; Hungarian Battle March. Philharmonia Hungarica. [quad] Angel S-37277. A- 9.00

1719.*BOSKOVSKY: Mozart - Musical Joke; Serenade, K.100. Vienna Mozart Ens. London STS-15301. A- 7.00

1720.*BOSKOVSKY: Mozart - Divertimenti #1 & #2. Vienna Mozart Ens. London STS-15170. A-(cov scuffs) 7.00

1721.*BOSKOVSKY: Strauses - Feuerfest & Jokey Polkas; 1001 Nights, Kaiser, Loreley-Rheinklange & Citron Waltzes; Napoleon March. Ziehrer - Facherpolonaise. VPO. London STS-15363. A- 7.00

1722.*BOULEZ: Debussy - Images (complete); Dances Sacree et Profane (Chalifoux, harp). CO. Col MS-7362. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 11.00

1723.*BOULEZ: Handel - Water Music (complete). NYP. Col M-33436. A-(demo copy; c/c) 4.00

1724. BOULT: Handel - Water Music (complete). Philharmonic Promenade Orch. [first copy I've ever seen!] West XWN-18115. A- 10.00

1725. BUSCH: Mozart - Symphony #36. Haydn - Symphony #88. Danish Radio Sym. [only in print 8/52 - 3/56] RCA LHMV-1019. B+ 23.00

1726. CAMERON: Grieg - Peer Gynt Suites #1 & #2. LPO. London LL-153. B 7.00

1727. CASALS: Beethoven - Symphonies #1 & 4; Coriolan & Ruins of Athens Overtures. Brahms - Haydn Variations. LSO (in Coriolan & Brahms; recorded 1928); Orquesta Casals de Barcelona (in rest; recorded 1929) German Electrola 1C187-03 039/40(2). A- to A 32.00

1728.*CHAILLY: Prokofiev - Alexander Nevsky. Arkhipova; CO & Cho. [dig; DMM; German pressing] Decca 6.42945. A- to A 7.00

1729.*CHAILLY: Stravinsky - Danses Concertante; Dumbarton Oaks Concerto; Tango; Ragtime. London Sinfonietta. Dischi Ricordi RCL-27037. A- to A 7.00

1730. CHALABALA: Khachaturian - Gayne Ballet Suites #1 & #2. CPO. [colorful!] Parliament PLP-102. A- 9.00

1731.+CHALABALA: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. CPO Parliament PLPS-103. A-/B+(occ tks, esp 4th movement) 8.00

1732. COATES: Stravinsky - Song of the Nightingale (excerpts). Mozart - Symphony #41. Respighi - Fountains of Rome. LSO. [recorded 1927-30; notes by Tom Clear, 1981] Albert Coates Heritage E-302. A- 29.00

1733. COURAUD: Schubert - Symphony #2 & #6. Bamberg Sym. Vox PL-10240. A- 9.00

1734.*DAVIS: Brahms - Haydn Variations. Beethoven - Fidelio Overture. Mendelssohn - Hebrides Overture. Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. Sinfonia of London. Col DT-281. A- 12.00

1735.*DAVIS: Haydn - Symphony # 86 & #98. [ACO] Philips 9500 678. A- to A 6.00

DAVIS: See also #2, 9, 28, 56, 76, 77, 96, 100, 199, 200, 217, 540, 1158, 1160, 1464, 1480.

1736.*DE WAART: Wagner - Overtures to Die Feen & Flying Dutchman; Tannhauser Overture & Venusberg Music. ACO. Philips 9500 746. A- to A(demo copy) 7.00



DEFAUW: See #709, 716, 1258 & 1259.

1737.*DOHNANYI: Beethoven 8th. Schubert 8th. CO. [dig; DMM] Telarc 10091. A- to A 8.00

1738.*DOHNANYI: Dvorak - Symphony #9. CO. [dig] London 414 421-1. A- to A(Dutch pressing) 12.00

1739.*DOHNANYI: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4; Overtures: Calm Sea & Prosperous Voyage & Hebrides. VPO. [very early digital - recorded December 1978] London LDR-10003. A- 7.00

1740.*DORATI: Stravinsky - Firebird (complete). Detroit Sym. [dig] London 410 109-1. A- to A(Dutch press) 7.00

DORATI: See also #55, 58, 61-2, 248, 655-6, 661, 663, 670-1, 774, 899, 916, 952, 969, 984, 1252, 1436, 1562-3, 1564, 1740.

LP's: Conductors - continued
1741.*DUTOIT: Honegger - Symphony #2 & #4. BVRS. [dig] Erato NUM-75259. A-(c/c) 8.00

1742. EHRLING: Sibelius - Symphony #1. Stockholm Radio Orch. [This and #2 are the toughest to find of this scarce cycle] Mercury MG-10129. A--(a few tks from tiny scrs) 35.00

1743. EHRLING: Sibelius - Symphony #2. Stockholm Radio Orch. [This and #1 are the rarest items of this scarce cycle] Mercury MG-10141. A-- 35.00

1744. EHRLING: Sibelius - Symphony #4. Stockholm Radio Orch. Mercury MG-10143. A-- 25.00

1745. EHRLING: Sibelius - Symphony #5 & #6. Stockholm Radio Orch. Mercury MG-10142. A-- 25.00

1746.*ELIASBERG: Brahms - Symphony #4. Leningrad Phil. [Live; May 1960] Melodiya C10-26155 000. A- 15.00

1747. FIEDLER: "Virtuoso Pieces" - Overtures to Orpheus in Hades; Poet & Peasant; Paganini - Moto Perpetuo; Dinicu-Heifetz-Schmid - Hora Staccato. BPS. [10-inch] RCA LRM-7035. A- 16.00

1748.*FIEDLER: Bernstein - Music from Mass; Candice Overture. BPS. DGG 2584 002. A- to A(c/c) 9.00

1749. FIEDLER: Chopin - Les Sylphides. BPS. [10-inch] RCA LM-10. B 8.00

1750. FIEDLER: Strauss (J) - Krapfenwald'l & Brautschau Polkas; Blue Danube & Tales from the Vienna Woods Waltzes. BPS. [10-inch] RCA LRM-7017. A--(brief tks Danube) 15.00



FIEDLER: See also #15, 327, 647, 684, 686, 693-4, 705-6, 757, 764, 790, 795, 815, 834, 857, 859, 868-9, 880-1, 883, 889, 891.

1751.*FOSS: Sibelius - Four Legends from The Kalevala. Buffalo Philharmonic. Nonesuch H-71203. A- 8.00

1752. FOURESTIER: Franck - Symphony in d; Symphonic Variations (Jean Micault). Orchestre des Cento Soli. [notes booklet in French only] Le Club Francais du Disque 76. A-- 32.00

1753. FOURNET: Bizet - Carmen Suite; L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & #2. Chabrier - Espana. Lamoureux Orchestra. Philips GBL-5500. A- to A 12.00

1754. FOURNET: Bizet - Patrie Overture; Carmen Suite #1. Lamoureux Orchestra. [10-inch] Philips S-06,021. B+(moderate cover damage) 8.00

1755. FOURNET: Chabrier - Bourree Fantasque; Gwendoline Overture; A la Musique (Jourfier, soprano; Cho); Habanera; Joyeuse Marche; Espana. Colonne Orchestra. [notes in French only] Epic LC-3028. B++ 16.00

1756.*FOURNET: Dukas - Sorcerer's Apprentice. Debussy - Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun. ACO. [10-inch] Philips 836,209. B+ 12.00

1757.*FOURNET: Franck - Psyche (complete). Prague Sym; Czech Phil Chorus. Crossroads 22 16 0118. A- 9.00

1758.*FOURNET: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. Vienna Symphony. [nice fold-open album; notes in French only] Fontana 875,006. A- 12.00

1759.*FRICSAY: Beethoven - Triple Concerto. Anda; Schneiderhan; Fournier. [Grand Prix du Disque] [tulip labels] DGG 136 236. A- to A 16.00

1760. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #3 (VPO; 1947); #4 (VPO; 1950); #5 (BPO; 1937); Overtures - Fidelio (VPO; 1953); Leonore #2 (BPO?; 1954); Leonore #3 (VPO; 1953); Violin Concerto (Menuhin; Lucerne Fest Orch; 1947); Piano Concerto #5 (Fischer; PO; 1954); Romances #1 & #2; Violin Concerto (Menuhin; PO; 1953/54). [all come from HMV originals] EMI 3C153-53800/05. A-(missing notes) 50.00

1761. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #5. BPO (Polydor, 1926). Schubert - Rosamunde Overture. BPO (Brunswick, 1930). Wilhelm Furtwangler Society UK FURT-100. A- to A(originals are noisy, however) 24.00



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1762. FURTWANGLER: Brahms - Double Concerto (Boskovsky; Brabec; VPO; live, 1952); Haydn Variations (BPO; live, 1950). Fonit Cetra FE-16. A- to A 24.00

1763. FURTWANGLER: Franck Symphony. VPO. London LL-967. A- 16.00

1764.+FURTWANGLER: Meistersinger Prelude; Moldau; Les Preludes; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. VPO. [German-only notes] Electrola SHZE-105. A- to B+ 7.00

1765. FURTWANGLER: Schubert - Symphony #8. Nicolai - Merry Wives of Windsor Overture. Weber - Oberon Overture. Schubert - Rosamunde Ballet Music #2 & Entr'acte #3. VPO. [only in print from 8/52 - late 1956; one of the scarcest of the LHMV's in my experience] RCA LHMV-1020. A-(unusually fine copy) 41.00

1766. FURTWANGLER: Schumann - Symphony #1. Beethoven - Coriolan Overture. VPO. [Live; Munich; October 29, 1951] Decca ECM-684. A- 16.00

1767. FURTWANGLER: Strauss - Death & Tranfiguration. Smetana - The Moldau. Schumann - Manfred Overture. VPO. [only in print 12/52 - 8/56] RCA LHMV-1023. A--(tiny scr beg Manfred: increase anti-skate) 18.00

1768. FURTWANGLER: Stravinsky - Symphony in Three Movements (VPO; live, 1950); Baiser de la Fee (BPO; live, 1953). Fonit Cetra FE-14. A- to A 25.00

1769. FURTWANGLER: Wagner - Meistersinger: Act 1 & 3 Preludes, Dance of Apprentices; Ride of Valkyries; Dutchman Overture; Siegfried Idyll (VPO; recorded 1949-50). Tristan Prelude & Liebestod; Parsifal Act 1 & 3 Preludes, Good Friday Spell (BPO; recorded 1938). Unicorn WFS-2/3(2). A-(lovely) 30.00

1770. FURTWANGLER: Wagner - Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music; Siegfried Idyll; Dance of the Apprentices; Ride of the Valkyries. VPO. [only in print 11/53 - 2/57] RCA LHMV-1049. A-(nice copy!) 41.00

FURTWANGLER: See also #288, 374, 378, 380, 381, 388, 393, 426, 434, 1349, 1358.

1771.*GARAGULY: Sibelius - Symphony #1 & #7. Dresden Philharmonic. Philips SFM-23000. A- to B++(loud ticks off & on 1/8-inch, #7) 7.00

1772. GAUK: Schumann - Symphony #3. Moscow Radio Orch. ELIASBERG: Schumann - Manfred Overture. Leningrad Radio Orch. Melodiya 017641-42. A- 18.00

1773.*GERDES: Brahms - Symphony #4. Wagner - Meistersinger Prelude. BPO. DGG 139 423. A- to A 7.00

1774.*GIULINI: Britten - Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings (Clevenger; CSO); Les Illuminations (PO). (Tear, tenor in both. DGG 2531 199. A- to A 8.00

1775.*GIULINI: Moussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition. Prokofiev Classical Sym. CSO. DG 2530783. A- to A 12.00

1776.*GIULINI: Stravinsky - Firebird & Petrouchka Suites. CSO. [fold-open album] Angel SFO-36039. A- 7.00

1777. GOBERMAN: Corelli - 12 Concerti Grossi, Op. 6. Vienna Sinfonietta. Odyssey 32 36 0002(3). A- 12.00

1778. GOLOVANOV: Liszt - Battle of the Huns; Hamlet; Die Ideale. USSR Radio Orch. [this copy has the wrong back cover - notes are for different tone poems] Melodiya 09103-04. A- 16.00

1779. GOLOVANOV: Liszt - Hungaria; Festlange; Heroide Funebre. USSR Radio. Melodiya 09101-02. A- 16.00

1780. GOLOVANOV: Liszt - Les Preludes; Orpheus; Mazeppa; Prometheus. USSR Radio Orch. Melodiya 09099-100. A- 16.00

1781. GOLOVANOV: Liszt - Tasso, Lamento e Trionfo; Ce q'on Entend sur la Montagne. USSR Radio Orch. Melodiya 09097-98. A- 16.00

1782. GOLOVANOV: Rimsky-Korsakov - Le Coq d'Or Suite. Moussorgsky - Night on Bald Mountain. USSR Radio Orch. Vanguard VRS-6000. B 15.00

1783. GOLOVANOV: Taneyev - Ioann Damaskin (cantata). Rachmaninov - Spring (cantata; Migai, baritone); Symphonic Dance #2. USSR Radio Orch & Cho. [recorded 1947 & 1949] Melodiya M10-42805-6. A- 16.00



LP's: Conductors - continued
1784. GOLOVANOV: Wagner - Rienzi, Tannhauser & Dutchman Overtures; Meistersinger Preludes to Acts I & III; Parsifal Prelude & Good Friday Spell; Tristan Prelude & Liebestod. Moscow Radio Orch. [Includes English notes; records state that they are in stereo, but since Golovanov died in 1953, either these are really in mono or the "stereo" is electronic] Melodiya 33C10-05933-36(2). A- 30.00

1785.*GOLSCHMANN: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4; MSND Music. VSOO. Van SRV-122SD. A- 7.00



GOOSSENS: See #687, 702, 714, 715, 718, 726, & 1063 (as composer).

1786. GOULD: Symphonic Serenade: Ketelby - In a Monastery Garden; In a Persian Market; In a Chinese Temple-Garden; In an Ozark Outhouse (no! just kidding!). Herbert - Suite of Serenades; Badinage; Yesterthoughts. Rochester "Pops" Orchestra. Col CL-560. A-(red "6-eyes" labels) 12.00

1787. GUI: Mozart - Symphony #38. Haydn - Symphony #60. Glyndebourne Festival Orch. [recorded in March & September of 1953; issued late 1954; deleted March 1956] RCA LHMV-1064. B+ 22.00

1788.*HAITINK: Debussy - Marche Ecossaise; Rhapsody for Clarinet & Orchestra (Pieterson); La Mer; Afternoon of a Faun. ACO. Philips 9500 359. A- to A(demo copy) 8.00

1789.*HAITINK: Walton - Symphony #1. PO. [dig] EMI ASD-4091. A- 7.00

1790.*HENDERSON (Skitch): Debut Concert at Carnegie Hall of New York Pops Orchestra. Varied program of Irving Berlin, Grofe, Victor Herbert, Glenn Miller, etc. [dig; live, April 1983] Sefel SEFD-5026. A- to A 7.00

1791. IRVING: Tchaikovsky - Sleeping Beauty (complete ballet). ROHCG. [PD labels] RCA LM-6034(2). A- 20.00

1792.*IVANOV: Rimsky-Korsakov - Suites from Tsar Saltan & Le Coq d'Or. Moscow Radio Orch. [rather scarce for Melodiya-Angel] Mel-Angel SR-40259. A- 9.00

1793.*IVANOV: Rimsky-Korsakov - Symphony #2 ("Antar"); Capriccio Espagnol. Moscow Radio Orch. Mel-Angel SR-40230. A- 8.00

1794. IVANOV: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. USSR Sym. MK 1586. B+(typical MK surface) 9.00

1795. IVANOV: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. USSR Sym. Melodiya 010609-10. A- to B+ 12.00

1796. IVANOV: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. USSR Sym. Artia ALP-155. A--(in nice fold-open album) 9.00

1797. JOCHUM: Beethoven - Symphony #3. BPO Decca DL-9865. A- 15.00

1798. JOCHUM: Brahms - Symphony #2. BPO. Decca DL-9556. A--(1st 1/2-inch sd 1 is B) 10.00

1799. JOCHUM: Bruckner - Symphony #9 (BVRS). LEHMANN: Beethoven - Choral Fantasy (Foldes; BPO). Decca DXA-139(2). A- 16.00

1800. JOCHUM: Mozart - Symphony #33 & #36. BVRS. Decca DL-9920. A- 15.00

1801. JOCHUM: Reger - Serenade for Orchestra. ACO. Capitol Telefunken P-8026. B to B+(varies) 12.00

1802. JOCHUM: Sibelius - Tempest Prelude; The Oceanides; Night Ride & Sunrise. BVRS. [very scarce 10-inch British issue] DGG DG-17075. B+(mod 1/8-in scr Tempest; occ tks Night Ride) 16.00

1803.*KARAJAN: Honegger - Symphonies #2 & #3. BPO. DGG 2543 805. A- to A 8.00

1804.*KARAJAN: Schumann - Symphony #1 & #4. BPO. DGG 2530 169. A- to A(spine damage) 8.00

1805.*KARAJAN: Strauss - Metamorphosen. Beethoven - Grosse Fuge. Mozart - Adagio & Fugue. BPO. DGG 2530 066. A- to A 9.00

1806.*KEMPE: Strauss - Dance Suite After Couperin; Don Quixote (Tortelier; Rostal); Ein Heldenleben; Death & Transfiguration; Rosenkavalier Waltzes. Staatskapelle Dresden. [Complete Strauss orchestral works, Vol 2] Electrola 1C195-50 344/46(3). A- to A 15.00



LP's: Conductors - continued
1807. KLEIBER: Stravinsky Fireworks; Fledermaus, Opera Ball & Donna Diana Overtures; Rakoczy March; Lachian Dance #1; Beethoven Allegretto from Symphony #8 & German Dance #12; Liszt Tarantella. BPO. [rec 1930-33] Past Masters PM-30. A- 14.00

1808. KLEMPERER: Beethoven - Symphony #1; Overtures - Leonore #3, Egmont & Coriolan. BSOO. [The Symphony recorded 1924: Klemperer's first recording. Overtures rec 1927.] DGG 2535 811. A- to A 14.00

1809.*KLEMPERER: Beethoven Overtures - King Stephen, Leonores #1-#3; Creatures of Prometheus: Overture, Adagio & Finale. PO & NPO. [drm; DMM] Angel AE-34441. A- 8.00

1810.*KLEMPERER: Bruckner - Symphony #4. PO. [blue labels] Angel S-36245. A- 9.00

1811. KLEMPERER: Handel - Concerto Grosso in a, Op.6,#4. Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. PO. [10-inch; were these performances ever issued in the U.S.?] British Columbia 33C-1053. A- 25.00

1812.*KLETZKI: Beethoven 1st & 2nd. CPO. MHS OR-B-165. A- 7.00

1813.*KLETZKI: Mahler - Symphony #1. VPO. [with infamous cut in finale!!] [blue labels] Angel S-35913. A- 14.00

1814.*KONDRASHIN: Mahler 1st. Moscow Phil. Mel-Angel SR-40130. A- 12.00

1815. KONWITSCHNY: Strauss - Alpine Symphony. Munich Opera Orchestra. Urania URLP-7064. A-- 9.00

1816. KONWITSCHNY: Wagner Overtures - Das Liebesverbot; Die Feen; Rienzi; Dutchman. Munich State Opera Orch. Urania URLP-7069. A-- 11.00

1817.*KOSLER: Dvorak - Symphony #7. CPO. Crossroads 22 16 0098. A-(demo copy; colorful performance!) 9.00

1818.*KOSTELANETZ: Spirit of '76. Works of Ives (Variations on America), Hovhaness (Meditation on Orpheus), Gershwin (Concerto in F w/Previn), Grofe (Trick or Treat: 1st recording), Cowell (Twilight-Texas; 1st rec); Creston (Midnight-Mexico; 1st recording); Rodgers (Lagoon; 1st recording); Barber (Vanessa intermezzo), Griffes(White Peacock; Kubla Khan). His Sym. [inventive collection!] Col MG-33728(2). A- 18.00

1819. KOUSSEVITZKY: Beethoven - Symphony #9; Egmont Overture. Yeend; Lloyd; Alberts; Pease (soloists in the 9th); Koussevitzky/BSO; Shaw/Berkshire Festival Cho. [VERY scarce set; especially rare in such good condition; box has only tiny flaws, so unlike most copies; how extravagant to give Egmont a full side!!] RCA LM-6001(2). A--(Egmont & mvts 1+4; mvt 2 is B+; mvt 3 is B) 100.00

1820. KOUSSEVITZKY: SCRIABIN - Poem d'Extase. PROKOFIEV - Scythian Suite. RACHMANINOFF - Isle of the Dead. RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2. BSO. [live, 1945-48] Discocorp SID-711. A- 23.00



KOUSSEVITZKY: See also #675, 682, 698, 702, 703, 704, 764, 778, 784, 785, 1562.

1821. KRAUSS: Beethoven Overtures - Leonore #1-#3; Fidelio. VPO. London LL-1319. A- 12.00

1822. KRAUSS: Wagner - Parsifal Prelude & Good Friday Spell; Prelude & Liebestod from Tristan & Isolde. LPO. Richmond B-19042. A-(superb surface for early US-pressed Richmond) 8.00

1823. KURTZ: Khachaturian - Gayne Suites #1 & 2. NYP. Col ML-4030. B+ 8.00

1824. KURTZ: Russian Music - Prokofiev March; Shostakovich Waltz & Age of Gold Polka; Flight of Bumblebee; Glinka Mazurka; Eugen Onegin Entr'acte & Waltz (NYP). Offenbach - Gaite Parisienne Ballet (Col Sym). Col ML-4233. B+(occ lgt tks) 11.00

1825. KURTZ: Villa-Lobos - Uirapuru. Chopin/Gretchaninov - Les Sylphides. NYP. Col ML-4255. B+ 8.00

1826.*LANCHBERY: Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake. PO. [dig; German pressing] EMI SLS-5271(3). A- to A 14.00

1827.*LANE: Schubert - Symphony #1. Mendelssohn - Symphony #1. CO. Col MS-7391. A-("2-eyes" labels) 11.00



LP's: Conductors - continued
1828.*LEHEL: Liszt - Dante Symphony. Laszlo, soprano; Budapest Philharmonic. West WST-14152. A- 7.00

1829.*LEIBOWITZ: Rossini-Respighi - La Boutique Fantasque. LPO. [obscure item for Leibowitz collectors] Urania US-5110. B+(occ tks) 8.00

1830.*LEINSDORF: "Ballet Highlights from the Opera" - Gioconda, William Tell, Aida(2), Tannhauser, Samson. Concert Arts Sym. Cap SP-8488. A- to B+ 8.00

1831. LEINSDORF: Rimsky-Korsakov - Antar. CO. [10-inch] Col ML-2044. B 8.00

1832. LUDWIG: Beethoven 8th. Berlin Sym. Royale 1240. B++(exceptionally fine pressing for Royale) 11.00

1833.*MAAZEL: Tchaikovsky Symphony #5. CO. [dig] CBS IM-36700. A- 8.00

1834.*MACKERRAS: Janacek Sinfonietta; Taras Bulba. VPO. [dig] London LDR-71021. A- to A(Dutch press) 8.00

1835. MALKO: Overtures - 1812, Hebrides, Zampa, Ruy Blas, Poet & Peasant. PO. EMI MFP-2034. A- 12.00

1836. MARINUZZI: Overtures to Norma, Sicilian Fedra (Pizzetti) & Manfred; Act 3, Scene 1 from Frau Ohne Schatten (Franci; Pacetti; live; La Scala, 1940). Misc Italian Orchs. Fonit Cetra DOC-25. A- to A 12.00

1837.*MARRINER: Bach - The Art of the Fugue. [ASMF] Philips 6747 172(2). A- to A 8.00

1838.*MARRINER: Beethoven 4th; Grosse Fuge. ASMF. Philips 9500 033. A- to A 6.00

1839.*MARRINER: Elgar - Enigma Variations; Pomp & Circumstance Marches #1, #2 & #4. ACO. Philips 9500 424. A- to A 5.00

1840.*MARRINER: Stravinsky - Danses Concertantes; Concerto in D for Strings; Dumbarton Oaks Concerto. LA Ch Orch. Angel S-37081. A- 4.00

1841.*MARRINER: Warlock - Capriol Suite. Butterworth - Banks of Green Willow. Elgar - Serenade. Delius - On Hearing the First Cuckoo. VW - Tallis Fantasia. ASMF. Argo ZRG-945. A- to A(Dutch press) 8.00

1842. MARTINON: Lalo – Namouna Suites #1 & 2. LPO. Lon 1268. B++ to A-(tks beg sd) 8.00

1843.*MARTINON: Ravel - Alborada del Gracioso; Bolero; Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2. CSO. GOULD: Ravel - Pavane. His Orch. Quint PMC-7017. A- 4.00

1844. MARTINON: Rossini - William Tell Ballet Music. J.Strauss (arr. Desormiere) - Blue Danube Ballet. LPO. Decca ACL-158. A- 8.00

1845.*MARTINON: Schumann - Symphony #4. Brahms - Tragic Overture. Paganini - Moto Perpetuo. Orchestre Mondial des Jeunesses Musicales. [recorded in Paris, 1965; this 1987 issue apparently in association with a Martinon Society; the Paganini is indicated to have been arranged by Martinon, but surely sounds like the same Frederick Stock arrangement he recorded in Chicago, with sly little reference to the Eroica!] Le Voix de Son Maitre MLGD-120. A- to A 20.00

1846.*MASUR: Schumann - Symphony #3; Overture to Bride of Messina. Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch. [German-only notes] Eterna 8 26 491. A- 7.00

1847.*MASUR: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. Leipzig Gewandhaus. [dig; DMM] Teldec 6.43675. A- to A 7.00

1848.*MEHTA: Strauss - Heldenleben. NYP. [dig] CBS 1P-7601. A- to A 8.00

1849.*MEHTA: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. NYP. [dig] CBS IM-35823. A- to A 7.00

1850. MENGELBERG: Mahler - Symphony #4. Vincent; ACO. [mesmerizing! - the back cover reproduces 1st page of Mengelberg's score with a gazillion notes in his hand] Turnabout TV-4425. A- 15.00

MENGELBERG: See also #764, 765, 770.

1851. MITROPOULOS: Massenet - Scenes Alsaciennes. Mpls. [10"] Col ML-2074. B to B+ 9.00

1852. MONTEUX: Debussy - Jeux; Gigues; Iberia (all with ORTF; 1955/56); Excerpts from Pelleas et Melisande and Martyre de Saint Sebastien (BSO; 1957/58). Ravel - Daphnis et Chloe (complete; ACO; Cho; 1955). [all are live performances] Discocorp RR-313(2). A- 35.00

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1853. MONTEUX: Stravinsky - Le Sacre du Printemps (BSO live, 4-13-57); Petrouchka (ACO live, 10-30-60). [Wonderful, fresh performances - even if the Rite doesn't have the utter abandon of their 1951 studio recording] Discocorp RR-312. A- to A 10.00

MONTEUX: See also #48, 203, 570, 638, 680-1, 704, 764, 781, 793, 857, 863, 877,

906-8, 911, 914, 1280, 1350, 1859.

1854.*MUNCH: Albeniz - Iberia (5 sections). Debussy - Iberia. ORTF. [Grand Prix du Disque] Festival Classique FC-437. FS(fold-open album) 15.00

1855. MUNCH: Beethoven - Symphony #8. PCO. [10-inch; scarce Munch item - deleted Janaury 1956] London LPS-111. B+(occ tks; moderate cover tear) 23.00

1856.*MUNCH: Honegger - Symphony #2. Ravel - Piano Concerto in G (Henriot-Schweitzer). [Amon Munch's final recordings, 12/67 & 9/68; the Honegger performance is outstanding] [blue labels] A- 16.00

1857. MUNCH: Honegger - Symphony #5. Roussel - Bacchus et Ariane, Suite #2. Ravel - Pavan. BSO. [deleted July/August 1957] RCA LM-1741. A-(few tks beg Pavane & Bacchus; s/s) 24.00

1858.*MUNCH: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2; Rapsodie Espagnole; Bolero. Orchestre de Paris. [among Munch's final recordings] Angel S-36584. FS 10.00

1859.*MUNCH: Smetana - The Moldau (ORTF). MONTEUX: Flying Dutchman Overture (Hamburg Radio). SCHURICHT: Brandenburg Concerto #2 (Zurich Baroque Orch). KRIPS: Blue Danube (Vienna Festival Orch). BOULEZ: Hornpip from Water Music (Hague Orch). MAAZEL: Sleeping Beauty Waltz (Berlin Radio). [Scarce French sampler disc; unusual repertoire, especially for Munch & Monteux. The Smetana was NOT included in the Scribendum CD box collecting Munch's recordings for French Concert Hall] Guilde Internationale du Disque SMS-2684. A- 50.00

MUNCH: See # 60, 65, 66, 73, 823, 824, 855-7, 861, 878, 884, 909, 922, 989, 1372, 1484.

1860.*MUTI: Tchaikovsky 2nd; Romeo & Juliet. PO. [quad] Angel S-37472. FS 8.00

1861.*MUTI: Tchaikovsky 3rd. PO. [quad] Angel S-37496. A- 8.00

1862.*OISTRAKH: Prokofiev - Symphony #5. Moscow Philharmonic. Mel-Angel SR-40003. A-- 7.00

1863.*ORMANDY: Copland - Lincoln Portrait (Adlai Stevenson, narrator); Fanfare for the Common Man. Ives - Three Places in New England. Phila. [recorded 1962-64] Col MS-6684. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 12.00

1864.*ORMANDY: Nielsen - Symphony #1; Helios & Rhapsodic Overtures; Pan & Syrinx. Ormandy/Phila. Col MS-7004. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) 10.00

1865.*ORMANDY: Prokofiev - Symphony #6. Phila. Col MS-6489. A-("2-eyes" labels) 12.00

1866. ORMANDY: Strauss (J) - Fledermaus & Gypsy Baron Overtures; Blue Danube & Tales from the Vienna Woods Waltzes. Phila. [recorded 1947; 10-inch] Col ML-2041. B+ 12.00

1867. ORMANDY: Stravinsky - Firebird Suite. Mussorgsky-Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition. Phila. [recorded 1953; the first of 3 recordings they made of each work] Col ML-4700. A-("6-eyes" labels) 18.00

1868. ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings. Barber - Adagio. Vaughan Williams - Greensleeves Fantasia. Borodin - Nocturne. Phila. [Serenade from 1952, mono-only; rest from 1957, later issued in stereo with the 1960 stereo remake of the Serenade] Col ML-5187. A- to B+ 7.00

1869. ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. Phila. [recorded 1953; the 2nd of their 4 recordings] Col ML-5074. A-("6-eyes" labels) 16.00

1870.*ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. Phila. [The 3rd of their 5 recordings of the work (1959)] Col MS-6109. A-(earliest "6-eyes" labels) 18.00

1871. ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. Phila. [mono-only; recorded 1952; the second of their five (!) recordings of the work] Col ML-4544. A-("6-eyes" labels; later cover) 18.00

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1872.*ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. Phila. Col M-31833. A- 9.00

1873. ORMANDY: Wagner - Parsifal (exc). Phila. [rec 1955; mono only] Col ML-5080. A-("6-eyes" labels) 12.00

1874.*ORMANDY: Ritual Fire Dance. Title piece, plus Dances of the Hour & the Comedians; Schwanda Polka; Hungarian Dance #5; Onegin Polonaise; 3 Dances from La Boutique Fantasque; Dance for Six from William Tell. Phila. Col MS-6823. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 12.00

ORMANDY: See also #4, 24, 99, 104, 107, 120-1, 186, 192, 689, 691, 730, 732, 736-7, 754, 764, 1022, 1068, 1100, 1171, 1277, 1339, 1380, 1400, 1416, 1463, 1472, 1490, 1492, 1525, 1618, 1630, 1647.

1876.*OZAWA: Holst - The Planets. BSO. Philips 9600 782. A- to A 7.00

1877.*OZAWA: Romeo & Juliet - Tchaikovsky overture; Excerpts from Prokofiev ballet; Love Scene from the Berlioz score. San Francisco Sym. DGG 2530 308. A- 8.00

1878. PAUMGARTNER: Mozart - Sinfonia Concertante, K.364; Adagio K.261; Rondo Concertante K.269; Rondo K.373. Klijn; Godwin; Vienna Sym. Epic LC-3197. A- 11.00

1879. PEDROTTI: Brahms - Symphony #4. CPO. [Venezuelan pressing of Supraphon SUA 10014] Los Grandes Maestros de la Musica GMM 14. A-(but sd 1 tiny bit off-center) 11.00

1880. RAKHLIN: Tchaikovsky - Manfred Symphony; The Tempest. USSR State Sym. MK 208B(2). A- to A++(looks mint; typical MK vinyl background snd) 12.00

1881. REINER: Bartok - Divertimento (solo strings: Weicher; Akos; Preves; Starker). Mendelssohn - Symphony #4. CSO. [From TV concerts, c.1957; private issue for members of long-defunct Reiner Society; lovely British pressing] Fritz Reiner Society FRS-1. A- to A 35.00

1882. REINER: Mendelssohn - Midsummer Night's Dream Music. Debussy - Petite Suite. Ravel - Tombeau de Couperin. Robin Hood Dell Orch (Mendelssohn); NBC (rest). [one of Reiner's most sought-after non-CSO discs; rarely found in such good condition] RCA LM-1724. A--(MSND is crackly at start, settles to B+) 25.00

1883.*REINER: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. CSO. [Very first Reiner/CSO recording: March 6, 1954; Jack Pfeiffer, producer; Leslie Chase, engineer; half-speed ("Point Five") mastering] RCA ARP1-4442. A- to A(c/c) 18.00

REINER: See also #72, 339, 397, 414, 438, 628, 817, 819, 825, 829-30, 834, 857, 860,

873-4, 876, 969, 1258-60, 1425, 1544, 1547, 1565-6, 1636.

1884. RODZINSKI: Grieg - Peer Gynt Suites #1 & 2; Piano Concerto (Boukoff). PSOL. West XWN-18231. A- 12.00

1885. RODZINSKI: Ibert - Escales (NYP). MILHAUD - Suite Francaise (Composer). [10-in] Col ML-2093. B 7.00

1886. RODZINSKI: Mendelssohn - Symphony #3. CSO. [early labels] RCA LM-1053. A--(bit of distortion, end of 2nd movement) 18.00



RODZINSKI: See also #390, 416, 976, 977, 1097, 1258, 1374, 1375, 1641.

1887. ROSBAUD: Haydn - Symphony #92 & #104. BPO. [tulip labels] DGG LPM-18363. B 8.00

1888. ROSENTHAL: Glazounov - Raymonda Suite. Paris Philharmonic. Capitol P-8184. A- 12.00

1889. ROSENTHAL: Scriabin - Poem d'Extase. Loeffler - A Pagan Poem. Paris Phil. Capitol P-8188. A- 16.00

1890. ROSENTHAL: Tchaikovsky - Sleeping Beauty (exc). Paris Opera Orch. Capitol P-18005. A- 12.00

1891.*SANDERLING: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. Berlin Sym. [very early digital: recorded 1978; lovely Japanese pressing] Denon OX-7137-ND. A- to A 11.00

1892.*SANDERLING: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. Berlin Sym. [early digital: recorded 1979; silky Japanese pressing] Denon OX-7183-ND. A- to A 11.00

1893.*SARGENT: Sibelius - En Saga; Karelia Suite; Finlandia; Swan of Tuonela. VPO. EMI CFP-40247. A- 11.00



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1894.*SAWALLISCH: Mozart - Symphonies #38 & #39. CPO. Eurodisc 200-150-366. A-(slight cover scuffs) 7.00

1895.*SAWALLISCH: Mozart - Symphonies #40 & #41. CPO. Eurodisc 202-550-366. A-(c/c) 7.00

1896. SCHERCHEN: "Hi-Fi Hits" - Bolero; William Tell; Roumanian Rhapsody #1; Sabre Dance; Flight of Bumble Bee. VSOO. West XWN-18888. B+ 10.00

1897. SCHERCHEN: Berlioz - Harold in Italy. Riddle; PSOL. Westminster WL-5288. A-(very nice copy!) 24.00

1898. SCHERCHEN: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique. LSO. [exciting performance!] Westminster WL-5268. B+(occ tks; brief thumps at start) 9.00

1899. SCHERCHEN: Mahler - Symphony #1. PSOL. West XWN-18014. A- to B+ 8.00

1900. SCHERCHEN: Tchaikovsky - Capriccio Italien. Rimsky-Korsakoff - Capriccio Espagnol. Rossini - William Tell & Gazza Ladra Overtures. PSOL (in Rossini); LSO (in others). [wonderful performances of the Russian pieces especially!] West XWN-18598. B+ 10.00

1901. SCHERCHEN: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. VSOO. [front cover mis-spells Scherchen's first name (with only one "n")] Westminster WL-5096. A-(very fine!) 24.00



SCHERCHEN: See also #123, 193, 252, 974, 975, 978, 980.

1902. SCHURICHT: Beethoven - Symphony #2. KRAUSS: Leonore Overture #2. VPO (both). Decca ACL-116. A- 16.00

1903.*SCHURICHT: Bruckner - Symphony #9. VPO. Seraphim S-60047. A-(c/c) 7.00

1904. SCHURICHT: Mozart 35th. Schubert 8th. VPO. Richmond B-19062. A- 10.00

1905.*SHOSTAKOVICH: (Maxim): Mendelssohn - Symphony #3. USSR State Sym. [notes in Cyrillic only] Melodiya C10-09177-78. A- 15.00

1906.*SILVESTRI: Dvorak - Symphony #8; Carnival Overture. LPO. [Japanese-only notes] Japanese Seraphim EAC-30062. A- to A(silky Japanese pressing) 25.00

1907. SILVESTRI: Enesco - Octet in C. Rumanian Sym Ens. [obscure non-EMI Silvestri] Artia ALP-119. A- 18.00

1908.*SILVESTRI: Ravel - Rapsodie Espagnole. ENESCO - Rumanian Rhapsody #1. LISZT - Hungarian Rhapsody #4. VPO. Angel S-35677. A--(earliest U.S. red labels) 12.00

1909.*SILVESTRI: Tchaikovsky - Capriccio Italien; 1812 Overture; Eugen Onegin Polonaise. Bournemouth Sym. MHS 4503. A- 8.00

1910. SILVESTRI: Tchaikovsky - Manfred. ORTF. World Record Club PZ-508. B(mod cov dam) 12.00



SILVESTRI: See also #593, 594, 1343, 1522.

1911.*SLATKIN (FELIX): Strings by Starlight - Andante Cantabile, Barber Adagio, Borodin Nocturne, Londonderry Air, Air on G String & Waltz from Tchaikovsky Serenade. Hollywood Bowl Orch. Capitol SP-8444. A- 7.00

1912.*SOLTI: Haydn 96th & 101st. LPO. Decca 6.42727. A- to A(dig; DMM) 7.00

1913. SOLTI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #2. [PCO] London CM-9166. A- 8.00

1914.*STEINBERG: Elgar - Enigma Variations. Vaughan Williams - Tallis Fantasia. Pittsburgh Sym. Capitol SP-8383. A- 12.00

1915. STEINBERG: Harris - Symphony #5. Stravinsky - Symphony of Psalms. Pittsburgh Sym; Downtown Chorale in Psalms. [Live] Pittsburgh International Contemporary Music Festival CB-164. B(bl cov - as issued?) 20.00

1916. STEINBERG: Mendelssohn - Symphony #3. Pittsburgh Sym. Capitol S-8192. A-- 12.00

1917. STEINBERG: Mozart - Serenade #10. Los Angeles Woodwinds. [obscure disc! - my first copy] Capitol P-8181. B 10.00

1918. STEINBERG: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. Pittsburgh Sym. Capitol P-8305. A- 10.00

1919. STEINBERG: Strauss (J) - Adele, Emperor & Acceleration Waltzes; Pizzicato, Tritsch-Tratsch, Thunder & Lightning, Annen and Champagne Polkas; Perpetuum Mobile. Pittsburgh Sym. Capitol P-8222. B+ 9.00



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1920. STEINBERG: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. Pittsburgh. Capitol P-8272. A- to B+ 9.00

1921. STOCK: ENESCO - Roumanian Rhapsody #1. SIBELIUS - Swan of Tuonela. REZNICEK - Donna Diana Overture. TCHAIKOVSKY - Nutcracker Suite. CSO. [recorded 1939-41] Entre RL-3002. B/B+ 24.00

1922. STOCK: Schubert - Symphony #9. CSO. [recorded 1940] Entre RL-3008. B+(occ tks) 35.00

1923. STOCK: Schumann - Symphony #4. Mozart - Symphony #38. CSO. [Very scarce!] Entre RL-3026. B(moderate 1/2-in scr, Schumann mvt 1-2) 35.00

1924. STOCK: Pop Concert #1 - Danse Macabre, Dance of Hours, Procession of Sardar, Moto-Perpetuo, Ilya Mourometz Scherzo; Glazounov - Carnaval Overture; Concert Waltzes #1 & 2. [Recorded 1940-41; far and away the best copy I've ever had to offer. The Moto-Perpetuo is particular fun in this Stock arrangement, where the strings show their stuff while the winds dance around them with snippets of themes from the Eroica!] Entre RL-3022. A- to B+(occ tks, but superb for this issue!!) 65.00

STOCK: See also #717, 1258, 1259, 13760 & 1845.

1925.*STOKOWSKI: Bizet - Stokowski-arranged Suites from Carmen & L'Arlesienne. National Phil. Col XM-34503. A- 7.00

1926. STOKOWSKI: Borodin - Dances of the Polovetzki Maidens (w/Women's Chorus); In the Steppes of Central Asia. His Sym. [10-inch] RCA LRM-7056. A-(brief tks from lgt scrs, Steppes) 15.00

1927.*STOKOWSKI: Falla - El Amor Brujo (Verrett). Wagner - Love Music from Tristan & Isolde (Acts 2 & 3). Phila. ["An Historic Reunion, Philadelphia, 1960"] Col MS-6147. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels) 17.00

1928. STOKOWSKI: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. PO. [Silky DMM re-pressing of RCA LM-1732, with reproduction of original British issue’s cover, ALP-1339] Leopold Stokowski Society LS-12. A- to A 32.00

1929. STOKOWSKI: Sibelius - Berceuse from The Tempest; Swan of Tuonela; Valse Triste. Debussy - Afternoon of a Faun. His Sym. [10-inch; Berceuse particularly mesmerising!] RCA LRM-7024. B/B+(varies) 10.00

1930.*STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Francesca da Rimini; Serenade for Strings; Capriccio Italien; Eugen Onegin Waltz; Nutcracker Suite. LSO (in Francesca & Serenade); LPO (in rest). [oddly scarce boxed set] Philips 6770 053(2). A- to A(c/c) 23.00

1931.*STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Francesca da Rimini; Hamlet. Stadium Symphony of NY (NYP). [British issue of Everest SDBR-3011] World Record Club T-98. A- 25.00

1932. STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Francesca da Rimini (with long-delay tam-tam at end!); Romeo & Juliet. NYP. Col ML-4381. B/B++ 12.00

STOKOWSKI: See #99, 413, 643, 645, 674, 676-8, 688, 690, 692, 697, 701, 727, 740,

764, 804, 816, 827, 834, 857, 926, 931, 953, 1068, 1140, 1259, 1280, 1533.

1933. STRAUSS: Overtures & Preludes - Magic Flute; Iphegenie in Aulis; Euryanthe; Barber of Bagdad; Tristan; Dutchman. BPO (Flute is BSOO). [German-only notes; recorded 1927-31] Heliodor 2548 736. A- to A 8.00

1934. STRAUSS: Strauss - Alpine Symphony. Bavarian State Orch. [1941] Sera 60006. A- 7.00

1935. STRAUSS: Strauss - Death & Transfiguration; Don Juan; Entr'acte from Intermezzo. BSOO. [recorded 1925-27; German-only notes] Heliodor 2548 748. A- 11.00

1936.*SUSSKIND: Shostakovich - Symphony #1 & #9. Cincinnati. Vox VCL-9003. A- 7.00

1937.*SUSSKIND: Smetana - Ma Vlast; Bartered Bride Overture & Dances. St. Louis Sym. [quad; Elite Recordings (Nickrenz & Aubort)] Turn QTVS-34619/20(2). A- 11.00

1938.*SZELL: Beethoven Ovs: Leonores #1-#3; Fidelio. CO. Col MS-7068. A- ("2-eyes") 12.00

1939. SZELL: Brahms - Academic Festival Overture; Haydn Variations. CO. SCHERMAN: Brahms Neue Liebeslieder Walzer. Amara; Bible; Lloyd; Thompson; Bogin; Flissler. [Szell side was recorded in October, 1955; never in regular commercial release; very fine mono-only sound; this copy includes the 10-inch analysis disc with Scherman] Music Appreciation Records MAR 573. A-(analysis disc is B+) 25.00



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1940.*SZELL: Dvorak - Carnival Overture; 4 Slavonic Dances. Smetana - The Moldau; 3 Dances from The Bartered Bride. CO. CBS MY-36716. A 10.00

1941. SZELL: Dvorak - Five Slavonic Dances (Op.46: #1, 3, 8; Op.72: #10 & #15). CO. Smetana - From Bohemia's Meadows & Forests; The Moldau. NYP. [the Dvorak come from Szell's very first CO session: April 21, 1947; not to be confused with either complete set, 1956 & 1963] Col ML-4785. A--("6-eyes" labels) 25.00

1942.*SZELL: Dvorak - Slavonic Dances (complete - but no repeats taken, so as to fit on one LP). CO. Col MS-7208. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 11.00

1943. SZELL: Dvorak - Symphony #8. ACO. Richmond R-23245. A- 12.00

1944.*SZELL: Dvorak - Symphony #8; Two Slavonic Dances. CO. [Szell's last recordings] Angel S-36043. A- 12.00

1945.*SZELL: Kodaly - Hary Janos Suite. Prokofiev - Lt. Kije Suite. CO. Col MS-7408. A-("2-eyes" labels) 12.00

1946.*SZELL: Mozart - Serenade #9 ("Posthorn"); Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. CO. Col MS-7273. A-("2-eyes") 12.00

1947. SZELL: Schumann - Symphony #2. CO. [recorded 11-28-1952, mono-only; not to be confused with Epic stereo remake] Col ML-4817. A-("6-eyes" labels) 18.00

1948.*SZELL: Strauss - Don Quixote. Fournier; CO. Odyssey Y-32224. A-(demo copy) 7.00

1949. SZELL: Wagner - Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music; Brunnhilde's Immolation; Forest Murmurs; Ride of Valkyries; Wotan's Farewell & Magic Fire Music. CO. [Late mono-era disc: these performances never available in stereo] Epic LC-3321. A-(start side 2 is B+) 12.00

1950. SZELL: Wagner Overtures - Rienzi; Meistersinger; Tannhauser; Dutchman. NYP. Col ML-4918. A--("6-eyes" labels; quietest copy I've seen) 16.00

1951. SZELL: Weber - Oberon & Freischutz Overtures. NYP. [10-inch] Col AAL-19. B+/B(Oberon) 7.00

1952.*SZELL: Encore - Bartered Bride Dances; Capriccio Espagnole; Blue Danube Waltz; Pavane for a Dead Princess. CO. Epic BC-1291. A- 12.00

1953. SZELL: Merry Overtures - Roman Carnival; Fledermaus; Fra Diavolo; Bartered Bride; Figaro; Gazza Ladra. CO. [mono-only issue] Epic LC-3506. A-- 24.00

1954.*SZELL: Szell's Greatest Hits - Moldau; Blue Danube; Troika; Ride of Valkyries; Gazza Ladra; Marriage of Figaro Overture; L'Arlesienne Farandole; Mendelssohn Wedding March; Hary Janos Musical Clock. CO. Col MS-7435. A-("2-eyes") 12.00

SZELL: See also #124, 947-8, 953, 995, 1143, 1255, 1335, 1485, 1496, 1513, 1516.

1955. TALICH: Dvorak - Serenade for Strings. Prague Soloists Orch. [Chamber Ens of Prague Conservatory plays Dvorak Wind Serenade] Supraphon LPV-410. B(jacket repaired with tape) 9.00

1956. TALICH: Dvorak - Water Goblin; Golden Spinning Wheel. CPO. [live, 1954; notes in Czech and German only] Panton 01 0239. A-(slight cover wear) 25.00

1957. TALICH: Dvorak - The Wood Dove; The Golden Spinning Wheel. CPO. Supraphon LPV-6. B+ 16.00

1958. TALICH: Mozart - Symphony #39. Benda - Symphony in B. CPO. Supraphon 0 10 2003. A-(blank cover) 12.00

1959. TALICH: Mozart - Violin Concerto #4 (Novak). ANCERL: Mozart - Bassoon Concerto (Bidlo). CPO in both. Parliament PLP-104. A-(neat tape repair of jacket) 12.00

1960. TALICH: Smetana - Ma Vlast. CPO. Heritage HCN-8001(2). A- to A(British pressing) 20.00

1961. TALICH: Smetana - Ma Vlast; Prelude to Libuse. Dvorak - Symphonies #6 & #7; Polonaise from Rusalka; Polonaise in E-flat; Waltz in A. Suk - Fairy-Tale Suite (1st movement). Karel Kovarovic - Havirska Polka. Vilem Blodek - Overture to "In the Wells." CPO. [recorded 1929-1940; former owner has provided original 78-rpm discographic information for the more arcane items here; VERY obscure set!] Supraphon 10 1731-35(5). A- 75.00



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1962. TALICH: Wagner - Tristan Prelude & Liebestod; Smetana - Prague Carnival (Prague Radio; broadcasts, 1953). Dvorak - Midday Witch (CPO; 1954 concert). [notes Czech & German only] Panton 01 0241. A- 25.00

1963. TORROBA: Fiesta in Madrid - Orchestral arrangements of music from zarzuelas by Gimenez(2), Gombau(2), Chueca, Soutullo y Vert, Panella, S. Lope, Torroba(3) & Breton. Orquesta Zarzuela de Madrid. Decca DL-9735. A- 16.00

1964. TOSCANINI: ATS 1973 EDITION. WAGNER - Faust Overture (10-27-46). BERLIOZ - Harold in Italy (Primrose; 10-27-46); Francs Juges Overture & Damnation of Faust, Scene 7 (Harrell; Moscona; Wilhousky Cho; 4-5-41). FRANCK - Symphony (3-24-46). HAYDN - Symphonies #92 (3-19-44) & #98 (1-22-38). RAVEL - La Valse (4-27-40) Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2 (11-19-49). GRIEG - Holberg Suite (4-27-40). ELGAR - Introduction & Allegro (4-20-40). VAUGHAN-WILLIAMS - Tallis Fantasia (11-18-45). NBC Symphony. Arturo Toscanini Soc ATS-1055/59(5). A-(very minor front cover scuffs) 100.00

1965. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies (complete). Farrell; Merriman; Peerce; Scott; Shaw Chorale (in 9th); NBC Symphony. [The initial deluxe Limited Edition issue (this copy is #422); in very sturdy 78-rpm-style album (in fine condition, just minor wear in the seams where it opens) with bas-relief Toscanini medallion on front and 22-page bound-in booklet. Because the style of the album left the records exposed at the top without inner sleeves, the original records in copies of this set are inevitably found with abrasions. I have thus replaced them with excellent copies of later pressings (all with plum-dog labels), but will include the originals as well, if the winning bidder would like me to do so. The original, scarce edition of an iconic set.] RCA LM-6900(7). A-(occ lgt blems cause little sound) 150.00

1966. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Missa Solemnis. Marshall; Merriman; Cooley; Hines; Toscanini/NBC Sym; Shaw Chorale. [handsome box with stenciled cover, painting insert - all pristine] [early labels] RCA LM-6013(2). A--(fine copy for this earliest pressing) 32.00

1967. TOSCANINI: Brahms - Piano Concerto #1 (Horowitz; 1935); Piano Concerto #2 (Casadesus; 1936). NYP. [Live concert performances; in plain jacket, but with illustrated, typewritten cover page; test pressing with hand-written labels] Arturo Toscanini Society ATS-112/113(2). A- 75.00

1968. TOSCANINI: Dukas - Sorcerer's Apprentice. Saint-Saens - Danse Macabre. Smetana - The Moldau. NBC Sym. [early labels] RCA LM-1118. A-(VERY fine copy for early-label pressing) 18.00

1969. TOSCANINI: Dvorak - Symphony #9. NBC. RCA LM-1778. A-(earliest labels; fine copy!) 16.00

1970. TOSCANINI: Elgar - Enigma Variations. Brahms Haydn Variations. NBC. [SD labels] RCA LM-1725. A- 16.00

1971. TOSCANINI: Gluck - Orpheus & Eurydice, Act II. Gibson; Merriman; Shaw/Shaw Chorale; NBC Sym. [SD labels] RCA LVT-1041. A-(lovely!) 11.00

1972. TOSCANINI: Haydn - Symphonies #94 & #101. NBC Sym. RCA VIC-1262. FS(probably plum labels) 10.00

1973. TOSCANINI: His farewell concert with the NYP: January 13, 1945. HAYDN - Symphony #101. RESPIGHI - Pines of Rome. WAGNER - Siegfried's Death & Funeral Music. WEBER - Euryanthe Overture. Also: Schubert - Symphony #8 from October 14, 1939 broadcast. Discocorp ATRA-3009(2). A- 11.00

1974. TOSCANINI: Mendelssohn - Octet for Strings (arranged for string orchestra). Schubert - Symphony #5. NBC. [SD labels] RCA LM-1869. A- 16.00

1975. TOSCANINI: Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition. Franck - Psyche & Eros. NBC Sym. [SD labels] RCA LM-1838. A- 18.00



LP's: Conductors - continued
1976. TOSCANINI: Mussorgsky-Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition. Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite. NBC Sym. [An oddity for the Toscanini collector. There is significant added reverb, at least in the Mussorgsky, and the transfer of the Nutcracker Suite omits the Overture! Russian-only notes] Melodiya 031745-6. A-- 21.00

1977. TOSCANINI: Overtures of BRAHMS (Academic Festival; Tragic); CHERUBINI (Ali Baba; Anacreon; Medea); CIMAROSA (Secret Marriage; Marriage by Trickery); MOZART (Magic Flute; Don Giovanni; Figaro); ROSSINI (Italiana; Siege of Corinth); GLUCK (Iphegenia in Aulis). NBC Sym. [All from concert broadcasts except Siege] RCA LM-7026(2). A-(WD labels, sds 1/4; SD labels, sds 2/3) 25.00

1978. TOSCANINI: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2. Beethoven - Leonore Overture #3. NBC Sym. [deleted 10/60] RCA LVT-1025. A-(brief tks beg Beethoven) 14.00

1979. TOSCANINI: Respighi - Feste Romane. KODALY - Hary Janos Suite. NBC. A- 16.00

1980. TOSCANINI: Schubert 8th. Schumann - Manfred Overture. Beethoven - Consecration of the House Overture. NBC. [in print from 10/53 - 10/58] RCA LM-9022. A- 14.00

1981. TOSCANINI: Schubert - Symphony #9. NBC. [SD labels] A- 16.00

1982. TOSCANINI: Schumann - Symphony #3. NBC. [PD labels] RCA LM-2048. A- 12.00

1983. TOSCANINI: Strauss - Till Eulenspiegel; Don Juan. Berlioz - Queen Mab Scherzo. Dukas - Sorcerer's Apprentice. NBC. RCA VIC-1267. A-(early plum-label pressing) 8.00

1984. TOSCANINI: Strauss - Till Eulenspiegel; Death & Transfiguration. NBC. RCA LM-1891. A-(brief lgt tks, D+T) 11.00

1985. TOSCANINI: Tchaikovsky - The Tempest; Romeo & Juliet. Mussorgsky - Khovantschina Prelude. Liadov - Kikimora. NBC Sym. [Live, 1944, 1953, 1953 & 1952] dell'Arte DA-9014. A- to A 12.00

1986. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1037: Mendelssohn - Overture; Adagio & Lento from Quintet; Midsummer Night's Dream (complete incidental music; Phillips; Warner; Cho). NBC Sym. [complete concert of November 1, 1947] A- 23.00

1987. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1042: HAYDN - Symphony #31 ("Hornsignal;" (10/19/38). BACH - Brandenburg Concerto #2 (Mischakoff; Wummer; Bloom; Baker; 10/19/38). VIVALDI - Concerto Grosso in d, Op.3, #11 (Mischakoff; Bachmann; Miller; 3/14/54). All NBC Sym; concert performances. A- 18.00

1988. TOSCANINI: Wagner - A Faust Overture. Beethoven - Leonore Overture #3. NBC. [10-inch] RCA LRM-7023. A-- 15.00

1989. TOSCANINI: Wagner - Concert performances from November 8, 1952: Tannhauser Overture & Bacchanale; from March 7, 1953: Ride of Valkyries, Siegfried's Funeral Music, Tristan Prelude & Liebestod, Lohengrin Act I Prelude, Siegfried Idyll; from February 7, 1953: Meistersinger Act I Prelude; from April 4, 1954: Forest Murmurs; Siegfried's Rhine Journey. [with rather sparse notes in Italian & English which, among other things, tell us that the Ride of the Valykyries derives from Das Rheingold...] Fonit Cetra DOC-17(3). A- to A 41.00

1990. TOSCANINI: Wagner - Gotterdammerung: Brunnhilde's Immolation; Siegfried Idyll. Traubel (in Immolation); NBC. [SD labels] RCA LVT-1004. A- 11.00

1991. TOSCANINI: Wagner - Rienzi (1938) & Dutchman (1939) Overtures; Parsifal Act III Excerpts (1940); Tannhauser - Dich Teure Halle (Traubel, 1941), Overture & Venusberg Music (1948), Act III Prelude (1946); Tristan Prelude (1941). NBC Symphony. [concert performances] Discocorp ATRA-3002(2). A- 21.00

1992. TOSCANINI: A Toscanini Omnibus. Overtures to Don Pasquale, Forza, Oberon, Euryanthe, Freischutz, Mignon, Poet & Peasant, Hansel & Gretel and La Wally. Berlioz - Queen Mab; Rakoczy March. Catalani - Dance of the Water Nymphs. Bizet - Carmen Suite. Glinka - Kamarinskaya. NBC Sym. [With 14-page booklet including many terrific photos - mostly of Toscanini relaxing rather than conducting; very nice presentation in box with framed cut-out revealing fine print of Toscanini portrait; pristine copy] [SD labels] RCA LM-6026(2). A- 32.00

LP's: Conductors - continued
1993. TOSCANINI: In Rehearsal: La Traviata, Finale of Act II. NBC Sym. [1946; approximately 50 minutes] Relief 812. A- 25.00

TOSCANINI: See also # 202, 334, 356, 376, 475, 758, 762, 764, 777, 846, 851, 854.

1994. TURNOVSKY: Haydn - Symphonies #94 & #101. Prague Sym. Parliament PLP-609. A-(demo copy) 6.00

1995.*WALLENSTEIN: Mussorgsky/Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition. Virtuoso Sym of London. Audio Fidel FCS-50,004. A- 8.00

1996. WALTER: Brahms - Academic Festival Overture; Haydn Variations. Smetana - The Moldau. Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. NYP. [Limited edition bonus record available only to members of the Columbia Record Club, c.1954; with red "6-eyes" labels] Columbia CB-5. A--(spine has tape repair) 25.00

1997. WALTER: Schubert - Symphony #5 & #8. Col Sym (in #5); NYP (in #8). Col ML-5618. A-("6-eyes") 12.00

1998.*WALTER: Schubert - Symphony #9. Col Sym. Odyssey Y-34620. A- 8.00

1999. WALTER: Strauss - Don Juan; Death & Transfiguration. NYP. [blue labels] Col ML-4650. B 12.00

WALTER: See also #434, 731, 733, 739, 741, 764, 1086, 1086, 1641.

2000. WOLDIKE: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #3, #4 & #5. Chamber Orchestra of the Palace Chapel, Copenhagen (in #3); Danish State Radio Chamber Orch(in #4 & #5). [in print 11/53 - 3/56] RCA LHMV-1048. B+(starts of sides are B) 14.00

2001. WOLFF: Franck - Symphony in d. Honegger - Pastorale d'Ete. Berlioz - Benvenuto Cellini Overture. Danish Radio Orchestra. [Live; 1962-65] Arte Symfonia 003. A- 16.00

2002. WOLFF: Glazunov - The Seasons. PCO. London LL-1504. A- 10.00

2003. ZECCHI: Brahms - Serenade #2. ACO. Epic LC-3116. A- 7.00

2004. ZECCHI: Haydn - Symphony #100 (ACO). Schubert - Symphony #5 (Vienna Symphony). Philips A-00342 L. A- 12.00

2005.*ZINMAN: Janacek - Sinfonietta; Taras Bulba. Rotterdam Phil. Philips 9500 874. A- to A(c/c) 7.00
LP's: Film Music
2006.*BAD GUYS: (Goldstein). Casablanca 826 610-1. FS 4.00

2007.*BLUE IGUANA: (Misc Groups). Polydor 835 592-1. FS 4.00

2008.*HIDING OUT: (Dudley). Virgin 90661-1. FS 5.00

2009.*MODERN GIRLS: (Levy & Arkin). Warner Bros 25526-1. FS 6.00

2010.*NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 5: (Ferguson). RCA 1258-1-J. FS(c/c) 4.00

2011.*PSYCHO; WELLES RAISES KANE: (Herrmann). Composer/National Philharmonic; LPO. ["Welles Raises Kane" is a suite taken from music Herrmann wrote for Orson Welles' films "Citizen Kane" and "The Magnificent Ambersons"] Unicorn UN1-72018. FS 7.00


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