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Here is a key to the orchestras and conductors involved when pseudonyms were used. This may not be a complete list of orchestras and there may be conductors I've missed for certain orchestras. The best source of details regarding these releases is the third and final supplement of Clough & Cuming's World Encyclopedia of Recorded Music (though the strange story of the single "Claridge Symphony" disc is not correctly told there).
Pseudonym Actual Orchestra Conductor(s)

Carlyle Sym Czech Philharmonic Talich

Centennial Sym Boston Symphony Koussevitzky

Century Sym Chicago Symphony Stock, Defauw

Claridge Sym Philadelphia Orch Ormandy

Danube Sym Vienna Philharmonic Walter

Dominion Sym Toronto Symphony MacMillan

Festival Concert Boston Pops Fiedler

Globe Sym National Symphony Kindler

Golden Sym Victor Symphony Bernstein (others?)

Jewel Sym London Symphony Walter

Marlborough Sym Minneapolis Sym Ormandy

Schuyler Sym St. Louis Golschmann,Bernstein

Seine Sym Paris Conservatory Walter

Star Sym Hollywood Bowl Stokowski

Stratford Sym London Philharmonic Koussevitzky, Goossens,

Lambert

Goehr, Kurtz



Sussex Sym Indianapolis Sym Sevitzky

Sutton Sym New York City Sym Stokowski

Thames Sym BBC Symphony Walter, Boult

Warwick Sym Philadelphia Orch Stokowski, Ormandy, McDonald

World Wide Sym San Francisco Sym Monteux

674. CAL-100: TCHAIKOVSKY - Nutcracker Suite. SAINT-SAENS - Carnival of the Animals. Stokowski/Phila. B- 6.00

675. CAL-102: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #3. Koussevitzky/LPO. A-- 20.00

676. CAL-104: DVORAK - Symphony #9. Stokowski/Phila. [earlier sunburst jacket illustration] B(slightly pebbly pressing) 12.00

677. CAL-104: DVORAK - Symphony #9. Stokowski/Phila. [later landscape photo jacket illustration] B(most much better, but few scrs) 12.00

678. CAL-105: BRAHMS - Symphony #1. Stokowski/Phila. A-- 25.00



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679. CAL-106: SCHUBERT - Symphonies #5 & #8. BSO. [#5 recorded in 1947; according to James North's BSO discography, the 8th is their 1936 recording, rather than 1945 remake] A-(occ ticks in #5) 20.00

680. CAL-107: FRANCK - Symphony in d. Monteux/SFSO. [The first of the two Monteux/SFSO recordings, c.1941] A-(few clicks beg mvt 1, but rest very fine) 32.00

681. CAL-110: STRAVINSKY - Le Sacre du Printemps. Monteux/San Francisco Sym. [recorded 1945] B+ to B-(mostly B or B+ but some ticky spots & bbls) 10.00

682. CAL-111: MOUSSORGSKY-RAVEL - Pictures at an Exhibition. Koussevitzky/BSO. [First recording, 1930; Koussevitzky commissioned Ravel's orchestration] A-(brief moderate ticks sd 1) 32.00

683. CAL-113: HEART OF THE PIANO CONCERTO. Themes from the Grieg, Schumann, Tchaikovsky 1st, Rachmaninov 2nd, Bach 1st, Mozart 20th, Beethoven 3rd, Rhapsody in Blue. Jesus Maria Sanroma; Charles O'Connell/RCA Victor Sym. A- 16.00

684. CAL-114: BIZET - L'Arlesienne Suite. TCHAIKOVSKY - Capriccio Italien. Fiedler/BPS. A- 20.00

685. CAL-115: ENESCO - Roumanian Rhapsody #2. SMETANA - The Moldau. LISZT - Hungarian Rhapsody #6. Hans Kindler/National Sym. A-/A--(occ tks) 18.00

686. CAL-116: ROSSINI - William Tell Overture. TCHAIKOVSKY - 1812 Overture. Fiedler/BPS. A- 18.00

687. CAL-117: GRIEG - Peer Gynt, Suite #1 (Goossens/Cincinnati Sym); Suite #2 (Sevitzky/Indianapolis Sym). A-(a couple of lgt scrs tick briefly) 20.00

688. CAL-118: MUSSORGSKY-STOKOWSKI - Night on Bald Mountain. RAVEL - Rapsodie Espagnole. DUKAS - Sorcerer's Apprentice. Stokowski/Phila. B++ 25.00

689. CAL-119: BRAHMS - Four Hungarian Dances. Delibes - Ballet Music from Coppelia, Sylvia, Jewels of the Madonna and La Source. Ormandy/Mpls. [recorded 1934/35] B 10.00

690. CAL-120: HAYDN - 18th Century Dance. HANDEL - Pastoral Symphony. BOCCHERINI - Minuet. SIBELIUS - Finlandia. BACH - Fugue in c. WAGNER - Magic Fire Music; Lohengrin Act I Prelude. Stokowski/Phila. [scarce - especially in such fine condition] A-- 40.00

691. CAL-121: LIGHT CONCERT CLASSICS - Rosenkavalier Waltzes; Spielerei; Bartered Bride Dance & Polka; Marriage of Figaro Overture; Moto Perpetuo; Andante Cantabile; Pizzicato Polka; Valse Bluette. Ormandy/Minneapolis Sym. [recorded 1934/35; obscure Ormandy!] B/B+(varies; tiny cover tear) 16.00

692. CAL-123: CONCERT GEMS: BRAHMS - Hungarian Dance #1 (verrry slowww!). SIBELIUS - Valse Triste; Tempest Berceuse (spellbinding). SCHUBERT - Moment Musical; Rosamunde Ballet Music. NOVACEK - Moto Perpetuo. DEBUSSY - Clair de Lune. WEBER - Invitation to the Dance. IPPOLITOV-IVANOV - Procession of the Sardar. Stokowski/Phila. A-(lgt/mod tks 1/2 minute in Weber; rest superb) 32.00

693. CAL-126: JOHANN STRAUSS, JR. - Tik Tak, Thunder & Lightning, Sans Souci & Annen Polkas; Citronen, New Vienna & Lagoon Waltzes; Indigo & Gypsy Baron Marches. EDUARD STRAUSS - Bahn Frei Polka. Fiedler/BPS. A- 20.00

694. CAL-127: JOHANN STRAUSS FAVORITES - Tritsch-Tratsch, Leichgtes Blut & Pizzicato Polkas; Persian & Egyptian Marches; Dichterliebe, Cagliostro & Roses from the South Waltzes. Fiedler/BPS. B+(slightly pebbly early pressing) 18.00

695. CAL-128: RICHARD CROOKS SOUVENIRS - Song of India; Mother o' Mine; Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life; Elegie; When You're Away; A Dream; Because; I Love You So; Good-Bye; The Lost Chord; I'm Falling in Love with Someone; Berceuse from "Jocelyn." B+ to A-(occ lgt tks) 16.00

696. CAL-138: 26 BEST-LOVED CHRISTMAS HYMNS AND CAROLS. Carollers and The Yuletide Choristers. B+(a few worn spots) 12.00

697. CAL-140: MOUSSORGSKY - Boris Godounov: Symphonic Synthesis. Debussy - Trois Nocturnes. Stokowski/Phila. A--(fine copy!) 18.00

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698. CAL-146: HAYDN - Symphony #94. MENDELSSOHN - Symphony #4. Koussevitzky/BSO. [According to James North's BSO discography, the Haydn is the 1929 recording, not the one from 1946; and the Mendelssohn is from 1935, not the 1947 remake] A--(brief lgt bbl thumps mvt 1 of Mendelssohn) 32.00

699. CAL-148: AT THE OPERA WITH RICHARD CROOKS - Arias from Faust, Romeo & Juliet, Manon, Le Roi d'Ys, Pearl Fishers, Arlesiana, Don Giovanni & Elisir. A- 18.00

700. CAL-149: WALTZ TIME - American and Continental Favorites. Six walzes each, performed by Continental Orchestra and Harold Coates Orchestra. B+ 10.00

701. CAL-152: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #6. Stokowski/Hollywood Bowl. [scarce!] B+/A- 36.00

702. CAL-155: MUSSORGSKY - Introduction to Khovantschina. GRIEG - The Last Spring. LIADOV - The Enchanted Lake. TCHAIKOVSKY - Waltz from Serenade for Strings. STRAUSS - Rosenkavalier Suite. Rosenkavalier is w/Goossens/Cincinnati; the rest are with Koussevitzky/BSO. B+ to B(sd 2 is B to B-; binder hole punches in cover) 12.00

703. CAL-158: BACH - Suite #2 & #3. Koussevitzky/BSO. [recorded 1945 & 1947] B to B- 12.00

704. CAL-161: DEBUSSY - Images #1 & #3 (Gigues; Rondes du Printemps). Monteux/SFSO. [Recorded 1942; not to be confused with their recording of complete Images in 1951, issued on LM-1197] RAVEL - Mother Goose Suite; Bolero. Koussevitzky/BSO. A--(looks scuffy but plays very well - a few tks) 16.00

705. CAL-165: LISZT - Totentanz. MENDELSSOHN - Concerto #1. Sanroma piano; Fiedler/BPS. A--(minor cover tear) 18.00

706. CAL-166: GLAZUNOV - Raymonda Suite. SAINT-SAENS - Samson & Delilah Bacchanale. Fiedler/BPS. A-(edges are briefly crackly) 18.00

707. CAL-170: RICHARD CROOKS SINGS SONGS OF FAITH (six) and ORATORIO ARIAS (three each by Handel & Mendelssohn). B+(occ tks) 12.00

708. CAL-171: LAWRENCE TIBBETT SINGS OPERATIC ARIAS - Barber, Carmen, Ballo, Tosca, Faust, Tannhauser, Pag, Merry Mount (Howard Hanson) & The King's Henchman (Deems Taylor). [scarce - only the second copy I've had!] B- to B 8.00

709. CAL-172: RESPIGHI - The Birds. BORODIN - Symphony #2. Defauw/CSO. [Recorded in 1945 and 1947 respectively; one of Defauw's rarest LP's (released late 1954; deleted July 1957); superb performances, w/amendments to the end of the Borodin which will startle you no end the first time you hear them!] B(much plays better, but there are scrs) 25.00

710. CAL-179: DEBUSSY - Preludes, Book 1. E. Robert Schmitz, piano. A--(writing on back details names of works) 18.00

711. CAL-181: MUSICAL SPELLBINDERS - Ten popular pieces including You'll Never Walk Alone, June is Busting Out All Over, Hymn to the Sun, Tico Tico, Spellbound Concerto. Harold Coates & His Orchestra with Soloists. A-- 10.00

712. CAL-182: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #3. Kindler/National Sym. A-- 18.00

713. CAL-183: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #1. Sevitzky/Indianapolis Sym. A- 18.00

714. CAL-185: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #2. Goossens/Cincinnati Sym. A- 24.00

715. CAL-186: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Symphony #2. Goossens/Cincinnati Sym. B/B+ 16.00

716. CAL-191: STRAUSS - Burleske. WEBER - Konzertstuck. Arrau; Defauw/CSO. [scarce!] A-(very fine!) 35.00

717. CAL-192: MacDOWELL - To a Water Lily; To a Wild Rose. ELGAR - Pomp & Circumstance #1. HANDEL - Largo from Xerxes. WAGNER - Tannhauser Festmarch. BACH (arr. Stock)- Prelude & Fugue in E-Flat. Frederick Stock/CSO. B 20.00

718. CAL-193: SCHUMANN - Carnaval Suite (Goossens/LPO). BIZET - Symphony (Goehr/LPO). [This was the first recording of the Bizet symphony] A- 25.00

719. CAL-196: LEONARD BERNSTEIN - Jeremiah Symphony (#1; Merriman, ms; St.Louis Sym; 1945); On the Town Ballet Music (On the Town Orch; 1945); Facsimile (RCA Victor Orch; 1947). Composer conducts in all. A-/B++(occ tks) 16.00



LP's: RCA's - Camdens - continued
720. CAL-198: TWO-PIANO FAVORITES - Works of R. Strauss, Milhaud, Shostakovich, Cui, Glinka, Levitzki, Kreisler, Mussorgsky, Stravinsky, Falla, Saint-Saens. Luboshutz & Nemenoff, duo-pianists. A-- 18.00

721. CAL-199: ARIAS & OPERETTA FAVORITES - Traviata, Otello, Tannhauser, Andrea, Zaza, Herodiade, Hamlet, Chocolate Soldier, Pinafore, Gypsy Baron, Music in the Air, Very Warm for May. John Charles Thomas. B+(neat spine tape repair) 12.00

722. CAL-201: TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony #5. Phila. [oddly scarce - my first copy ever!] B+(occ tks; looks bit scuffy but plays very well) 18.00

723. CAL-204: HOLST - The Planets (first four movements). Sir Ernest MacMillan/Toronto Symphony. [strong performance!] A-(very fine) 24.00

724. CAL-205: BERNARD HERRMANN - Piano Concerto (from the film "Hangover Square;" Max Rabinowitsch, piano). KERN: Scenario for Orchestra on Themes from Show Boat. TANSMAN: Scherzo (from the film "Flesh & Fantasy"). RAKSIN: Theme from "Laura." Janssen/Janssen Symphony of Los Angeles. A- 35.00

725. CAL-206: BRAHMS - Haydn Variations. SAINT-SAENS - Variations on a Theme of Beethoven. SCHUMANN - Andante & Variations. MENDELSSOHN-LUBOSHUTZ - Allegro Brillant. Luboshutz & Nemenoff, duo-pianists. B/B+(varies) 16.00

726. CAL-211: ROSSINI-RESPIGHI - La Boutique Fantasque (Goossens/LPO. TCHAIKOVSKY - Aurora's Wedding (Kurtz/LPO). A-(brief tks in Tchaikovsky) 16.00

727. CAL-212: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #7. Stokowski/Phila. A--(neat cov repair; slight snd from lgt mark) 25.00

728. CAL-214: RAVEL - Piano Concerto in G. COPLAND - Piano Sonata. BERNSTEIN - Seven Anniversaries. Bernstein, piano in all; also conducts PO in the Ravel. A-- 20.00

729. CAL-228: RICHARD CROOKS SINGS VICTOR HERBERT SELECTIONS (11). Nathaniel Shilkret/His Orch; Al Goodman/His Orch & Cho. A- 12.00

730. CAL-236: BRAHMS - Symphony #2. Ormandy/Phila. [Very obscure Ormandy! Clough & Cumings' World Encyclopedia of Recorded Music first tentatively identified this recording, attributed to "Claridge Symphony," as being a reissue of the recording by Fritz Busch. Later research showed that it was, in fact, a recording by Ormandy from 1939 which had been issued, without attribution, on the World's Greatest Music series. The session sheets mention only a 74-piece "orchestra," but since it was Ormandy and recorded in the Academy of Music, it seems clear what band it was from which the musicians came!] A- 75.00

731. CAL-237: MOZART - Symphonies #38 (Walter/VPO) & #39 (Walter/BBC Sym). [scarce!] A--(neat tape repair of jacket) 35.00

732. CAL-241: BEETHOVEN - "Jena" Symphony (Janssen/Janssen Sym of LA); Symphony #1 (Ormandy/Phila). A-(lgt tks 30 sec Jena; occ others; rest superb) 24.00

733. CAL-242: OFFENBACH - Orpheus in Hades Lambert/LPO. BRAHMS - Academic Festival Overture (Walter/VPO. TCHAIKOVSKY - Serenade for Strings (Boult/BBC Sym. [scarce] A-(brief tks Acad & serenade; rest lovely) 24.00

734. CAL-243: JEROME KERN - Medleys from Roberta, Music in the Air, Show Boat, Sally, Very Good Eddie, Sweet Adeline, The Cat and the Fiddle, Leave it to Jane, The Girl from Utah, Oh Boy, plus a few assorted individual numbers. Leonard Joy/Victor Light Opera Company (or, if you believe the jacket instead of the labels, the "Regent Light Opera Company!") B+ 12.00

735. CAL-244: A JOHN CHARLES THOMAS RECITAL: Thirteen songs - Mah Lindy Lou, Your Presence, Mattinata, Fulfillment, I Heard a Forest Praying, I Love Life, In the Gloaming, Take Me Back to My Boots and Saddle, Gentle Annie, four more. Hollister & Hodges, piano. A-(lovely!) 18.00

736. CAL-247: RACHMANINOFF - Symphony #2. Ormandy/Mpls. [recorded 1934] B+/B++(occ tks mvt 1; neat jacket tape repair) 25.00

LP's: RCA's - Camdens - continued
737. CAL-248: STRAUSS - Symphonia Domestica. Ormandy/Phila. [recorded 1938] A-(superb copy!) 35.00

738. CAL-249: FAVORITE ARIAS FROM FAVORITE OPERAS - Aida(2), Carmen(4), Butterfly, Pag, Boheme, Rigoletto & Tannhauser. Unidentified Vocalists/Orch. B 10.00

739. CAL-253: MOZART - Symphony #41; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. Walter/VPO. A- 25.00

740. CAL-254: BLOCH - Schelomo (Feuermann, cello). SAINT-SAENS - Danse Macabre. STRAUSS - Dance of the Seven Veils. Stokowski/Phila. A-(lovely copy!) 35.00

741. CAL-257: HAYDN - Symphonies #92 (Walter/PCO) & #100 (Walter/VPO). B to B+(most very nice, but some tks; neat cov repair) 16.00

742. CAL-262: MOZART - Sinfonia Concertante, K.364 (Albert Spalding; Stiedry/New Friends of Music Orch); Handel - Viola Concerto in b (Weissmann/Victor Sym). William Primrose, viola, in all. [One of the scarcest and most sought-after of the Camdens] A-(very fine; neat tape repair of jacket) 125.00

743. CAL-273: GLADYS SWARTHOUT IN OPERA - Arias from Carmen(2), Mignon(2), Faust, Romeo, Samson(2). B+ 12.00

744. CAL-274: GIOVANNI MARTINELLI SINGS BY REQUEST: Arias - Boheme, Trovatore, Fedora(2), Forza, Samson, Andrea(2), Cav(2), Pag(2). [rec 1926-1929] A--(neat jacket tape repair) 12.00

745. CAL-275: MARIA JERITZA IN OPERA: Arias from Herodiade, Jeanne d'Arc, Alceste, Carmen(2), Gioconda, Thais, Tosca, Cav, Lohengrin, Tannhauser, Walkure & Dutchman. [most with unidentified orchestra; Carmen with Met] A- 12.00

746. CAL-276: MOZART - Requiem. Thorne; MacFarlane; Coker; Englander; Harl McDonald/Philadelphia Orchestra; Pennsylvania University Chorus. [unusual, VERY scarce Camden] A-(lovely!) 24.00

747. CAL-279: THE VOICE OF MILIZA KORJUS: Arias from Ernani, Vespri, Flute, Lakme, Fledermaus. Songs by J. Strauss, Hammerstein(2), Proch, Arditi(2), Denza, Adam. A- 16.00

748. CAL-280: GLADYS SWARTHOUT SINGS YOUR FAVORITES - Fourteen popular songs including I Remember April, September Song, Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, Begin the Beguine. Victor Concert Orchestra. A-- 12.00

749. CAL-283: GIOVANNI MARTINELLI in arias from Otello(2), Juive, Carmen, Faust, Ernani; Songs of Mascagni, Tosti, Bizet, Leoncavallo, Garnier, Martens, Italian folk song. [recorded 1915-1939] B 8.00

750. CAL-284: DVORAK - Slavonic Dances, Op.72. Talich/CPO. A-(lovely copy!) 32.00

751. CAL-285: FRANCK - Piece Heroique; Chorales #1 & #3; Pastorale, Op.19. Charles M. Courboin playing the organ of the American Academy of Arts & Letters, NYC. A-(brief tks sd 2) 16.00

752. CAL-286: TWO-PIANO CLASSICS: BACH - Concderto in a; Nun Komm. HANDEL - Passagaclia in g. MOZART - Sonata in d; Figaro Overture. MENDELSSOHN - MSND Scherzo. ROSSINI - Largo al Factotum. Luboshutz/Nemenoff Piano Duo. B++(lgt tks 1/4-in sonata; neat tape spine repair) 16.00

753. CAL-289/90(2): VERDI - Il Trovatore (complete). Arena; De Franco; Minghini-Cattaneo; Pertile; Callegari; Granforte; Carmassi; Gelli; Sabajno/La Scala. [NL] A-(few tiny flaws sd 1; otherwise outstanding!) 32.00

754. CAL-291: SCHUMANN - Symphony #2. Ormandy/Phila. A-(lovely copy; neat, minor tape spine repair) 24.00

755. CAL-292: MENDELSSOHN - Sonata #2. Short works of Canteloube, Faure-Casals, Handel, Beethoven, Chopin & Davidoff. Feuermann, cello; Rupp, piano. A-(minor tape repair to jacket) 25.00

756. CAL-293: ROSE BAMPTON IN OPERA - Arias from Alceste, Semiramide, Cenerentola, Don Giovanni, Aida, Tosca, Ernani, Herodiade. A- 11.00

757. CAL-304: GERSHWIN - Rhapsody in Blue; Concerto in F. Sanroma; Fiedler/BPS. A- 14.00

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758. CAL-309: TOSCANINI CONDUCTS: Semiramide Overture; Siegfried Idyll; Traviata Preludes I & III; Sorcerer's Apprentice. NYP. A- 12.00

759. CAL-311: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #14 #23. LISZT - Etude in D-Flat; Waldesrauschen. Harold Bauer, piano. A- 24.00

760. CAL-320: THE ART OF GIUSEPPE DE LUCA - Arias from Rigoletto(2), Don Carlos, Traviata, Ernani(2), Trovatore(2), Forza(2), Faust, Jewels, Siviglia. A-- 10.00

761. CAL-325: JEANETTE MacDONALD - "Smilin' Through." Twelve selections by Noel Coward(2), Lehar, Dvorak, Romberg(2), Herbert, Bach, Traditional. B+ to A(outer grooves a bit crackly) 16.00

762. CAL-326: MOZART - Symphony #35. BRAHMS - Haydn Variations. ROSSINI - Barber of Seville Overture. MENDELSSOHN - MSND Scherzo. Toscanini/NYP. A- to B+ 10.00

763. CAL-335: ELIZABETH RETHBERG - Arias from Otello(2), Dutchman, Fledermaus, Il Re Pastore, Faust, Boccaccio & Ballo(2). A- to B+ 10.00

764. CAL-336: GREAT ARTISTS AT THEIR BEST, VOLUME 1 - Conductors. Koussevitzky: Tchaikovsky 4th Finale. Walter: Fantastique, Mvt 4. Mengelberg: J.C. Bach Sinfonia in B-flat, Mvt 1. Toscanini: Barber of Seville Ov. Stokowski: New World, Mvt.3. Monteux: Rondes de Printemps. Ormandy: Don Quixote exc. Bernstein: On the Town exc. Fiedler: E.Strauss Fast Track Polka. A-(lovely!) 20.00

765. CAL-337: STRAUSS - Ein Heldenleben. Mengelberg/NYP. A-(very fine) 20.00

766. CAL-338: MARCEL GRANDJANY performs works for harp by Handel (Concerto in B-flat), Debussy (Danses Sacrees et Profanes), Ravel (Intro & Allegro), Bull, Bach, Loeillet, Francis, Grandjany. A- 15.00

767. CAL-343: LUCREZIA BORI in arias from Mignon(2), Manon(2), Traviata, Butterfly, Boheme, Don Giovanni(2), Figaro; Songs of Falla, Nin, J. Strauss. A-- 10.00

768. CAL-344: DOROTHY MAYNOR SINGS SPIRITUALS (8) & SACRED SONGS (Elijah; Messiah; St. Matthew; Mass in b; Wachet Auf!) A-- 24.00

769. CAL-346: GREAT ARTISTS AT THEIR BEST, VOLUME 3 - Operatic Stars. Arias by Bampton, Bori, Crooks, De Luca, Jeritza, Korjus, Martinelli, Swarthout, Thomas, Tibbett. A-- 10.00

770. CAL-347: BEETHOVEN - Egmont Overture. MOZART - Magic Flute Overture. J.C.BACH - Sinfonia in B-flat. HUMPERDINCK - Hansel & Gretel Overture. SAINT-SAENS - Rouet d'Omphale. Mengelberg/NYP. A-(very fine!) 35.00

771. CAL-348: HAROLD BAUER performs works of Grieg, Schumann, Schubert, Durand, Chopin, Brahms, Debussy, Bach, Rubinstein, Gluck & Saint-Saens. A- 18.00

772. CAL-351: GREAT ARTISTS AT THEIR BEST, VOLUME 4 - Instrumentalists. Primrose/Saint-Saens; Morini/Brahms; Feuermann/Faure; Bernstein/his own 7 Anniveraries; Bauer/Liszt; Paderewski/Couperin; Lhevinne/Strauss; Grandjany/Francisque; Luboshutz & Nemenoff/Strauss. A-(lovely copy!) 20.00

773. CAL-359: BIZET - Carmen: Eleven Arias. Geraldine Farrar with Martinelli, Amato, Met Chorus. A-(lovely copy) 7.00

774. CAL-365: BIZET - Jeux d'Enfants Suite. JOHANN STRAUSS, Jr. - Blue Danube Ballet Music. Dorati/LPO. [scarce Dorati - only in print July 1957 to May 1958!] A- 32.00

775. CAL-367: KLEINSINGER - I Hear America Singing (Shilkret/Vic Sym; I.L.G.W.U. Radio Chorus). SIX SONGS - The Green-Eyed Dragon, Ol' Man River, Lord's Prayer, Annie Laurie, Oh What a Beautiful Morning, Steal Away. John Charles Thomas. A- 18.00

776. CAL-373: BIDU SAYAO - Arias from Manon Lescaut (Auber), Rigoletto & Figaro; Songs of Obradors, Longas, Costa(2), Ponce, Campra, Barroso, Carey, Chopin & Buzza. A-(lgt tks, sd 2, band 3) 9.00

777. CAL-375: WAGNER - Preludes to Lohengrin Acts 1 & 3; Dawn & Siegfried's Rhine Journey. HAYDN - Symphony #101. Toscanini/NYP. A--(brief lgt tks, Lohengrin 1) 10.00

778. CAL-376: DEBUSSY - La Mer. RABEL - Rapsodie Espagnole. SATIE - Gymnopedies #1 & 2. Koussevitzky/BSO. A-(very hard to find so fine a copy) 32.00

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779. CAL-377: CHOPIN - Sonata in b; Tarantelle, Op.43. HANDEL - Air & Variations. LISZT - Chant Polonaise #5. J.STRAUSS - Blue Danube. Moriz Rosenthal, piano. [recorded 1928-1942] A-(very fine!!) 14.00

780. CAL-378: LOTTE LEHMANN SINGS LIEDER, VOLUME 1: Brahms(3), Wolf(5), Pfitzner, Beethoven, Marx, Jensen, Schubert(3). [misc pianists] A- 12.00

781. CAL-385: MILHAUD - Protee, Suite #2. DEBUSSY/RAVEL - Sarabande. BERLIOZ - Rakoczy March. D'INDY - Istar; Introduction to Fervaal. Monteux/SFSO. [Terrific collection! The low instruments imitating seal barks in Protee are wonderful.] A-(finest copy I've ever had) 40.00

782. CAL-386: ROSSINI - Barber of Seville (highlights). Reggiano; Browning; Landi; Engelman; Bamboschek/RCA Sym & Cho. A- 16.00

783. CAL-396: THE ART OF SERGEI RACHMANINOFF VOLUME I: CHOPIN - Sonata in b-flat. SCHUMANN - Carnaval. A- 15.00

784. CAL-404: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #3. Koussevitzky/BSO. [Issued February 1958; gone June 1960 - scarce! - especially in such fine condition] A-(superb copy) 45.00

785. CAL-405: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #5; Egmont Overture. Koussevitzky/BSO. [One of the all-time great 5ths, in my book; recorded 1944 (Egmont 1947); issued Feb 1958, deleted October 1960] A-(very fine - best copy I've ever had) 45.00

786. CAL-410: THE ART OF GALLI-CURCI - Arias: Traviata(3), Romeo, Pecheurs, Dinorah, Rigoletto. Songs: Foster, Benedict, Bishop(2), Proch, Moore. [rec 1917-28] A-(includes 1963 press cuttings re her death) 12.00

787. CAL-419: VIOLIN FAVORITES - Works of Tartini(2), Chopin(2), Fiocco, Sarasate, Kreisler(5). Norman Carol, violin; Julius Levine, piano. [Later famous as the concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra for decades (after occupying the same position in New Orleans and Minneapolis), Carol at the time of this issue was an up-and-coming 20-something, only a few years out of Curtis, where he has studied with Zimbalist. A very scarce recording of a later legend, this was originally on Bluebird very briefly, then here on Camden from only May 1958 until June 1960.] A-- 50.00

788. CAL-424: THE LIGHTER SIDE OF LAURITZ MELCHOIR - Selections from Student Prince, Two Sisters from Boston (2; MGM film); songs of Grieg, d'Hardelot, Robinson, Hubay, Schubert, Fain, Herbert, etc.


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