Lawrence H. Jones, Proprietor Auction Catalog #115 [Closing August 9th, 2010]

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Open Reels: Winds & Brass
116.*VOISIN: (Trumpet): Music for Trumpet & Orchestra, Vol.4. Works of Scarlatti; Torelli; Fux; Neukomm; Stradella. Vardi/Kapp Sinfonietta. Kapp KTL-49008. 15.00
Open Reels: Violinists
117.*OISTRAKH: (Igor): Tchaikovsky Concerto. David Oistrakh/Moscow Philharmonic. Angel ZS-40009. 16.00
Open Reels: Guitar
118.*CARLOS MONTOYA: Spontaneous Flamenco - A Study in Improvisation. ABC - Paramount ABC-857. 16.00

119.*SEGOVIA: On Stage - Works of Purcell, D.Scarlatti, Handel, Bach, John Duarte & Gaspar Cassado. Decca ST74-10140. 12.00

Open Reels: Pianists
120.*HARASIEWICZ: Chopin Waltzes (complete). [3 3/4 ips] Philips X-9034. 9.00

121.*SERKIN: Mendelssohn - The Two Concerti. Ormandy/Phila. Col MQ-308. 12.00

Open Reels: Organ
122.*KRAUS: BACH - Toccata & Fugue in d. LISZT - Prelude & Fugue on B-A-C-H. REGER - Fantasie & Fugue in a. FRANCK - Chorale in a. BOELLMANN - Suite Gothique. [D] Ampex AMP-X6011(2). 12.00

123.*RUSSELL: (Albert): TWO GREAT ORGANS: Lincoln Center (works of Dupre, Buxtehude, Bach & Langlais); Asylum Hill Congregational Church, Hartford, Connecticut (works of Willan & Handel). Aeolion Skinner ASC-501. (fragile tape w/splices; minor box dam) 12.00

Open Reels: Conductors
124.*BARBIROLLI: Elgar - Enigma Variations; Cockaigne Overture (PO); Intro & Allegro; Serenade for Strings. Vaughan Williams - Greensleeves & Tallis Fantasias. (Sinfonia of London). [3 3/4 ips] Angel Y2S-3668(2). 12.00

125.*BERNSTEIN: "Greatest Hits Vol. 2" - Moldau; Russian Sailor's Dance; Trepak; Ride; Can-Can; Miller's Dance; Danse Macabre; Somewhere; 3 more. NYP. Col MQ-1100. 12.00

126.*BERNSTEIN: Copland - El Salon Mexico; Appalachian Spring; Danzon Cubano; Dance from "Music for the Theatre." NYP. Col MQ-559. 14.00

127.*BOULT: Holst - The Planets. VSOO. Westminster WTC-124. (slight stains on back of box) 18.00

128.*FIEDLER: ENCORE! Stars & Stripes; Sabre Dance; Rodgers Waltzes; Malambo; Blue Danube; Hava Nagila; Aquarius; 4 more. BPS. [3 3/4 ips] Polydor DT-799. 10.00

129.*ORMANDY: Ives - Symphony #3. Schuman - New England Triptych. Telemann - Four Concerti. Phila. [misc Philadelphia Orchestra soloists spotlighted in Telemann; 3 3/4 ips; weird double-play coupling!] RCA TR3-5039(2). 12.00

130.*ORMANDY: Greatest Hits, Vol III: Farandole, Anitra's Dance, Borodin Nocturne, Londonderry Air, Camptown Races, Aida March, Fire-Bell Polka, 3 more. Phila. [I sold my last copy of this in 1992....] Col MQ-965. 15.00

131.*SCHERCHEN: Rossini - William Tell Overture. Herold - Zampa Overture. Reznicek - Donna Diana Overture. VSOO. Westminster 4T-113. 20.00

132.*SZELL: Beethoven - Symphony #5, #6 & #9. Addison; Hobson; Lewis; Bell (in 9th); CO. [3 3/4 ips; the Pastorale was never available at 7 1/2 ips] Epic E3C-865(3). 12.00

133.*SZELL: Beethoven - Symphony #5; Dvorak - Symphony #9; Schubert - Symphony #8. CO. [3 3/4 ips; the New World was never issued at 7 1/2 ips] Col DT2-5536(2). 10.00

134.*SZELL: Dvorak - Slavonic Dances (Op.46 & Op.72 complete - but no repeats taken). CO. Col MQ-1077. 12.00
Open Reels: Tape Catalogs
135. COLUMBIA 1963/01 STEREO TAPES: Complete listing of 4-track open-reel tapes through January 1, 1963 [20 pages] 5.00

136. COLUMBIA STEREO TAPES: Undated listing of the earliest Columbia 4-track open-reel tapes. [8 pages] 5.00

Open Reels: Film Music
137.*ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS: (Georges Delerue). Decca ST74-9174. (first time I've seen this tape) 15.00

138.*CAROUSEL: (Rodgers & Hammerstein). Capitol L-694. 10.00

139.*MAGNIFICENT MOVIE THEMES 1966: Selections from twelve films including Dr.Zhivago, The Chase, Spy Who Came in from the Cold, Cincinnati Kid, Thunderball. Bobby Byrne & His Orchestra. [3 3/4 ips; recorded originally on 35mm magnetic film] Command 894. 10.00

140.*SWEET CHARITY: (Coleman; Fields). MacLaine; Rivera; Davis. Decca ST74-1502. 12.00

141.*THE KING AND I: (Rodgers & Hammerstein). Capitol L-740. 10.00

142.*ZORBA THE GREEK: (Mikis Theodorakis). 20th Century Fox TCC-4167. 12.00

Open Reels: Musicals - Original Cast
143.+GUYS & DOLLS: (Loesser) - Robert Alda; Vivian Blaine; Sam Levene. Decca ST74-9023. 12.00

144.*MAME: (Original Broadway Cast). Angela Lansbury, et. al. Col OQ-853. (first copy I've seen of this since 1995!) 12.00

145.*MY FAIR LADY: (Lerner & Loewe). Harrison; Andrews; rec London, 2-1-59. Col OQ-310. 14.00

146.*PURLIE: Original Broadway Cast. Ampex N-101. 12.00

147.*STOP THE WORLD: I WANT TO GET OFF. Original Broadway Cast. London LAN-85001. 12.00

148.*SWEENEY TODD: (Sondheim). Complete musical, with complete libretto; original cast (Lansbury; Cariou). RCA EBPZ-3379(2). 30.00

149.*THE KING AND I: (Rodgers & Hammerstein): Brynner; Gertrude Lawrence; et. al. Decca ST74-9008. 12.00
Open Reels: Plays
150.*A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM: The Marlowe Society & Professional Players directed by George Rylands (cast members not identified). [3 3/4-ips; equivalent of 3 LP's (112 minutes)] London LSS-86004(3). 12.00

151.*HAMLET: The Marlowe Society & Professional Players directed by George Rylands (individual cast members not identified). [3 3/4-ips; equivalent of 5 LP's (206 minutes)] London LSS-86005(5). 12.00

Open Reels: Miscellaneous Non-Classical
152.*101 STRINGS: Million Seller Hits from the Golden Age of the Bands. [3 3/4] Audio Spectrum ASE-5092. 8.00

153.*101 STRINGS: Soul of the Blues. [3 3/4 ips] Audio Spectrum ASE-5048. 8.00

154.*50 GUITARS OF TOMMY GARRETT: Maria Elena. Liberty STL-14030-C. 12.00

155.*ACKER BILK: Mr. Acker Bilk & Bent Fabric - Together!. [3 3/4] General Recorded Tape, Inc. GRT-175. 8.00

156.*ACKER BILK: Stranger on the Shore. With Leon Young String Chorale. [3 3/4 ips] General Recorded Tape, Inc. GRT-129. 8.00

157.*AL CAIOLA: The Power of Brass. [3 3/4 ips] United Art UAX-6666. 8.00

158.*AL HIRT: Swingin' Dixie at Dan's Pier 600 in New Orleans. Audio Fidelity AFST-1877. 12.00

159.*ALL STAR FESTIVAL: 12 Great Popular Stars: Brothers Four, Dave Brubeck, Ray Conniff, De Vol, Percy Faith, Andre Previn, Mitch Miller, Kostelanetz, Les Elgart, 3 more. Col SQ-2. 12.00

160.*BAJA MARIMBA BAND: Do You Know the Way to San Jose?. [3 3/4 ips] A & M AMX-150. 10.00

161.*BARBRA STREISAND: Je M'Appelle Barbra. Col CQ-862. 12.00

162.*BEL CANTO ST-DX (POPS): Popular Demonstration Tape. Six selections from popular releases and several sound effect selections of the sort that were very popular in the early stereo era: atomic explosion, jet bomber, freight train, racetrack, airport, etc. 10.00

163.*BENT FABRIC: Alley Cat. [3 3/4 ips] Atco 148. 10.00

164.*BENT FABRIC: Organ Grinder's Swing. [3 3/4 ips] Atco 164. 10.00

165.*BILLY DANIELS: In the Roaring 20's. Omegatape STF7-910. (minor box flaws) 12.00

166.*BING CROSBY: My Golden Favorites. Decca ST74-4086. 12.00

167.*BOB THIELE: HIS NEW HAPPY TIMES ORCHESTRA: Thoroughly Modern Millie. ABC AB-605. 12.00

168.*BOBBY GOLDSBORO: Honey. United Artists UST-6642-C. 12.00

169.*CAL TJADER: Several Shades of Jade. Interesting personnel list includes Urbie Green, trombone; Clark Terry, trumpet; Lalo Schifrin, piano & conductor. Verve VSTC-303. 12.00

170.*CARMEN CAVALLARO: Cavallaro Plays Ellington. Decca ST74-4774. 12.00

171.*COMBO ROYALE: Tribute to Getz. [3 3/4] Vivid Sounds VS-105-R-Q. 8.00

172.*CYRIL STAPLETON: All Time Big Band Hits. Richmond RPE-45006. 12.00

173.*DAVID ROSE: Plays David Rose. MGM STC-3748. 12.00

174.*DOC SEVERINSON & "FRIENDS": Swinging & Singing. [3 3/4] Command R4T3-909. 10.00

175.*DOROTHY DONNEGIN: "LIVE". Ten selections; tape claims one hour of play, so they must stretch out a bit. [3 3/4 ips] Tape-Mates TMS-60-01. 10.00

176.*DUTCH BAND ORGAN: 12 selections. HiFiTape R-902. 10.00

177.*EDDIE HARRIS & LES MCCANN: Second Movement. Atlantic M-1583. 12.00

178.*EL CHICANO: Viva Tirado. Kapp M-3632. 12.00

179.*ERROLL GARNER: Up in Erroll's Room. MGM MGC-4520. 12.00

180.*FERRANTE & TEICHER: Killing Me Softly. United Art UST-118-C. (minor box dent) 8.00

181.*FRANK CHACKSFIELD: The Best of Cole Porter. Richmond RPE-45005. 10.00

182.*FRANKIE CAPP PERCUSSION ORCH: Bubbles in the Wine - A Tribute to Lawrence Welk. Avon 2066. 12.00

183.*FRED HARTLEY: His Twin Pianos. Richmond RPX-49003. 12.00

184.*GABOR SZABO: 1969. [3 3/4 ips] Skye 36-9-F. 8.00

185.*GLEN GRAY/CASA LOMA ORCHESTRA: Today's Best. Twelve recreations of originals by Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Basie, Harry James, Kenton, Charlie Barnet, etc. Cap ZT-1938. 12.00

186.*GLENN MILLER: A Musical Memory. Omegatape STF 7-832. 12.00

187.*GUITARS UNLIMITED: Tender is the Night. [3 3/4] Capitol Y1T-173. 10.00

188.*GUS D'AMBROSIO ORCHESTRA: Percussion Italiano. Avon R-2075. 12.00

189.*HARA'S BIG BAND: Hold On! [3 3/4 ips] Superscope 3-A012-N. 10.00

190.*IAN FRASER: For the Young at Heart. [Richmond Percussive Stereo Series] Richmond RPX-49009. (minor box dent) 12.00

191.*ILTON DELUGG ORCHESTRA: 51 Broadway Favorites. Jon Costa, piano. [Double-play tape] Musicor MTR T-401. 12.00

192.*JOHN DAVIDSON: The Time of My Life. Col CQ-897. 12.00

193.*JUANITA HALL: Bloody Mary Sings the Blues. Omegatape MTF7-1085. 12.00

194.*KING CURTIS: Everybody's Talkin' ATCO ATC M-385. 12.00

195.*KING RICHARD: Something Super. [3 3/4 ips] MTA 5005. 10.00

196.*KING RICHARD'S FLUEGEL KNIGHTS: "Just Some of Those Songs, Mrs. Robinson." [3 3/4 ips] MTA 54-5011. 8.00

197.*KING RICHARD'S FLUEGEL KNIGHTS: Knights on Broadway. [3 3/4 ips] MTA 54-5008. 8.00

198.*KOKEE BAND: Exotica 1970. [Tape also labeled "Solid State," with the explanation that this is "one of the initial line of albums tailor-made for play on solid state apparatus....recorded exclusively with transistorized equipment on 28 channels." Interesting sign of the times, c.1970.] United Art UAC-1804. 12.00

199.*LONDON POPULAR SAMPLER: Ten selections; two each by Ted Heath, Frank Chacksfield, Mantovani, Stanley Black & Edmundo Ros London LPQ-66000. 12.00

200.*MANTOVANI: To Lovers Everywhere. [3 3/4 ips] London LEM-70187. 10.00

201.*MARIAN MCPARTLAND: Plays the Music of Leonard Bernstein. Twelve selections: Tonight, Somewhere, Maria, I Feel Pretty, It's Love, Cool, Lonely Town, I Can Cook Too, A Little Bit in Love, Ya Got Me & Some Other Time. With Ben Tucker, bass; Jake Hanna, drums. Time ST-2013. 24.00

202.*MARTIN DENNY: A Taste of India. Liberty STL-7550-C. 12.00

203.*MARTIN DENNY: Exotica. Liberty 7034. 12.00

204.*MAT MATTHEWS & HIS ORCHESTRA: Favorites from Far Away. Berkshire PS-154. 12.00

Open Reels: Miscellaneous Non-Classical , continued
205.*MEMBERS OF KENTON ORCHESTRA: Artistry in Rhythm. Crown ST-104. 12.00

206.*MEMBERS OF SHAW ORCHESTRA: Tribute to Artie Shaw. Crown ST-107. 12.00

207.*MEMBERS OF THE MILLER ORCH: The Era of Glenn Miller. Crown ST-102. 12.00

208.*MEMORIES OF THE ROARING 20's: Carol Channing; The Ragtime Rascals; The Collegians. Society LSS-1000-4T. 12.00

209.*NELSON RIDDLE: An Orchestral Portrait of Nat King Cole. Reprise RS-6162. 12.00

210.*PEGGY LEE: Pretty Eyes (May/Orchestra). PEGGY LEE/GEORGE SHEARING AND QUINTET: Beauty and the Beat! [3 3/4 ips] Cap Y2T-2235(2). 12.00

211.*PERCY FAITH: Windmills of Your Mind & Other Great Movie Themes (including Lion in Winter, Funny Girl, Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, six more. [3 3/4 ips] Col HC-1152. 12.00

212.*PRIVATE LIFE OF A PRIVATE EYE: Twelve selections composed and arranged by Enoch Light and Lewis A. Davies. Command RS4T-805. 12.00

213.*RAOUL POLIAKIN: The Melody Lingers On - An Hour of Popular Standards. Songs of Porter, Arlen, Berlin, Gershwin, Rodgers, etc. - apparently all drawn from the Everest catalog. Audiotape (No-Number). 12.00

214.*RAY EBERLE: The Glenn Miller Way. Stereo Tapes TT-401. 12.00

215.*REALISTIC AUDIOPHILE SERIES: LATINO. [3 3/4 ips] Realistic 51-3054. 7.00

216.*REALISTIC AUDIOPHILE SERIES: MAGIC MOMENTS. [3 3/4 ips] Realistic 51-3053. 7.00

217.*REALISTIC AUDIOPHILE SERIES: POP DANCE FAVORITES. [3 3/4 ips] Realistic 51-3057. 7.00

218.*REALISTIC AUDIOPHILE SERIES: POP ORGAN. George Wright. [3 3/4 ips] Realistic 51-3051. 7.00


220.*REPRISE SAMPLER: Eleven selections featuring Frank Sinatra(3), Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, Les Baxter, Neal Hefti, Shorty Rogers, etc. Reprise S9-1. 12.00

221.*ROGER WILLIAMS: Golden Hits. Kapp KTC-3530. 12.00

222.*ROGER WILLIAMS: I'll Remember You. Kapp KTC-41111. (minor box scuffs) 10.00

223.*ROOFTOP SINGERS: Walk Right In. Vanguard VTC-1660. 12.00

224.*ROYAL NETHERLANDS MARINE BAND: Sousa Marches (12). Epic EN-602. 12.00

225.*RUSS MORGAN AND HIS ORCH: Music in the Morgan Manner. Everest T-41054. 12.00

226.*SAMPLER SERIES: Popular Sampler. Ten selections from catalogs of Warner Bros, Verve, Atco, MGM, etc. Artists include Benny Goodman, Mel Torme, Bobby Darin, David Rose. United Stereo Tapes RQ-401. 12.00

227.*SAMPLER SERIES: Sounds! Ten selections from catalogs of Warner Bros, MGM, United Artists, Medallion, Time, etc. Artists include Spike Jones, Ferrante & Teicher, Al Caiola. United Stereo Tapes RQ-404. 12.00

228.*SERGIO MENDES: The Great Arrival. Atlantic ALC-1466. 12.00

229.*STEREOTAPE SHOWCASE: Twelve selections by Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Dinah Shore, Sammy Davis Jr., Lawrence Welk, etc. Stereotape S9-2. 12.00

230.*STEROPHONIC SUITES FOR 3 BANDS: Les Brown and His Band of Renown and Vic Schoen and His All Star Band. Composed and arranged by Vic Schoen. KApp KT-41007. 12.00

231.*TAMBA 4: Samba Blim. A&M OR-3013. 12.00

232.*THE BOB CREWE GENERATION: Music to Watch Birds By. [3 3/4 ips] DynoVoice 87-31902. 10.00

233.*THE BOB CREWE GENERATION: Music to Watch Girls By. [3 3/4 ips] DynoVoice DVX-9003. 10.00

234.*THE BOSSA TRES: Jazz Tempo, Latin Accents! Audio Fidelity AFC-6111. 12.00

235.*THE SOULFUL STRINGS: In Concert. [3 3/4 ips] Cadet 35-820. 8.00

236.*THE SOULFUL STRINGS: Paint it Black. [3 3/4 ips] Cadet 35-776. 8.00

237.*THE TWIN STRING ORCHESTRAS: George Gershwin. Ten selections. Warren Edward Vincent, conductor. Pickwick P4T-403. 12.00

238.*THE VOGUES: Till. Reprise RST-6326-C. 12.00

239.*TIJUANA BRASS: Herb Alpert's Ninth. A&M AMC-134. 12.00

240.*TIJUANA BRASS: The Beat of the Brass. A&M OR-4146. 12.00

241.*TONY "THE BARON" CROMBIE: Swing Low - Swing Easy. Richmond RPX-49004. 12.00

242.*TONY HATCH: A Latin Happening. Warner Bros WST-1671-C. 12.00

243.*TONY MOTTOLA: Guitar U.S.A. [3 3/4 ips] Command R4T3-908. 8.00

244.*TONY MOTTOLA: Joins the Guitar Underground. [3 3/4 ips] Project 3 X-5035. 8.00

245.*TONY MOTTOLA: Love Songs - Mexico/S.A. [3 3/4] Command 889. 8.00

246.*TONY MOTTOLA: Roman Guitar, Volume Two. [3 3/4] Command 836. 8.00

247.*TONY MOTTOLA: Rome Oggi - Rome Today. [3 3/4 ips] Project 3 68-5032 F. 8.00

248.*TRINI LOPEZ: Live at Basin Street East. Reprise RS-6134. 12.00

249.*TYREE GLENN: Try a Little Tenderness. Roulette RTC-504. 12.00

250. UPI AUDIO SERVICES: 1961 Review - A summary of news from 1961 (23+ minutes) prepared by United Press International for distribution to radio stations (and to have been returned to UPS after use, according to the label). [not clear whether this is mono or stereo] UPI Audio Services RPL-9052(1961). 16.00

251. UPI AUDIO SERVICES: 1962 Preview - A preview of national and international events approaching 1962 (23+ minutes) prepared by United Press International for distribution to radio stations (and to have been returned to UPS after use, according to the label). [not clear whether this is mono or stereo] UPI Audio Services RPL-9052(1962). 12.00

252.*VINNIE BELL, GUITAR & ORCH: 51 Greatest Motion Picture Favorites. [Double-play tape] Musicor MTR T-400(2). 12.00

253.*WILL GLAHE/HIS ORCH & CHORUS: More German Sing-Along. London LP-70130. 12.00

254.*YOU ARE THERE TONIGHT: A Complete Authentic Minstrel Show. Joseph Kuhn conducts an orchestra and members of the Lee Gordon group. Spectrum AST-200. 12.00

That's it for the tapes: the rest of the catalog is devoted to LP's.
LP's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire
Operatic and choral listings include libretti unless noted NL for "No Libretto."
255. BACH: Cantata #212. Curtin; Matthen; Pinkham/Cambridge Festival Orch. Allegro AL-82. B- 9.00

256.*BACH: Mass in b. Popp; Watkinson; Buchner; Lorenz; Adam; Schreier/Neues Bachisches Collegium Musicum, Leipzig. [dig] Eurodisc 301077-445(3). A- to A(c/c) 13.00

257.*BEETHOVEN: Christ on the Mount of Olives. Peerce; Stader; Wiener; Scherchen/VSOO; Cho. West WST-17033. A- 12.00

258.*BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Jurinac; Peerce; Stader; Dickie; Neidlinger; Ernster; Knappertsbusch/BVRS & Cho. [oddly, a very scarce issue] West WST-318(3). A- 45.00

259. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Flagstad; Maison; Kipnis; Janssen; Huehn; Darcy; Walter/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; February 22, 1941; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 126(2). B 20.00

260. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Jurinac; Vickers; Hotter; Frick; Robinson; Morison; Klemperer/ROHCG. [Live, 1961; libretto in German only] Melodram MEL-407(3). A- 30.00

261. BEETHOVEN: Leonore. Zadek; Dermota; Schoeffler; Von Rohr; Leitner/Vienna Sym; VSO Cho. [Beethoven's first version of Fidelio; live performance, Bregenz Festival, 1960; only very brief English notes; NL] Melodiya M10-47907 009(3). A- 26.00

262.*BEETHOVEN: Mass in C. Vyvyan; Sinclair; Lewis; Nowakowski; Beecham/RPO; Beecham Choral Soc. Capitol SG-7168. A- 18.00

263. BEETHOVEN: Missa Solemnis. Steber; Tangeman; Smith; Harrell; Mitropoulos/NYP; Westminster Choir (live; November 8, 1953). Side 4: Beethoven - Symphony #1 (Mitropoulos/NYP; live, October 15, 1951). Melodram MEL-233(2). A- 35.00

264. BELLINI: I Capuleti e I Montecchi. Pavarotti; Scotto; Aragall; Ferrin; Giocomotti; Abbado/La Scala. [Live; Montreal, October 7, 1967] Mizar OOL-103(3). A-(loud tks 1st 1/4 inch side 2) 24.00

265.*BELLINI: La Sonnambula. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Ghiaurov; Buchanan; de Palma; Bonynge/National Philharmonic. [dig; Dutch pressings] London LDR-73004(3). A- to A 16.00

266.*BELLINI: Norma. Caballe; Cossotto; Baglioni; Raimondi; Molinari-Pradelli/La Scala. [Live, 1974; somewhere in Russia; Russian-only notes; NL] Melodiya C10-28011 003(3). B(mostly A-, but some scratches) 16.00

267.*BERG: Seven Early Songs (Harper; Boulez/BBC Sym); Wozzeck - Act III (Berry; Strauss; Doench; Boulez/Paris Opera). Col M-32162. A-(demo copy) 9.00

268.*BERLIOZ: Beatrice & Benedict. Veasey; Cantelo; Watts; Mitchinson; Cameron; Shirley-Quirk; Davis/LSO; St. Anthony Singers. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-256/7(2). A- 9.00

269.*BERLIOZ: Benvenuto Cellini. Gedda; Bastin; Massard; Soyer; Blackwell; Lloyd; Davis/ROHCG. [TAS 42:115-16] Philips 6707 019(4). A- to A 14.00

270.*BERLIOZ: Damnation of Faust. Baker; Gedda; Bacquier; Thau; Pretre/PCO; Paris Opera Cho. Angel SCL-3758(3). A- 14.00

271.*BERLIOZ: Damnation of Faust. Rubio; Roux; Mollet; Markevitch/Lamoureux Orch; Brasseur Cho. [tulip labels] DGG 2707 007(2). A- to A 20.00

272.*BERLIOZ: Les Nuits d'Ete (Burrowes, tenor, in #1, 4 & 5; Minton, mezzo, in #2 &3); La Mort de Cleopatre (Minton). Boulez/BBC Sym. Col M-34563. A-(c/c) 9.00

273.*BIZET: Don Procopio. Valaitis; Dobrin; Kostantinova; Sakharova; Yesipov/Radio Orch & Cho. [NL; notes in Cyrillic only] Melodiya 33 CM-04449/52(2). A- 25.00

274.*BLISS: Pastoral - "Lie Strewn the White Flocks" (Michelow; Knight; Cho); A Knot of Riddles (Shirley-Quirk). Morris/London Ch Orch. [composer present at recording sessions] Virtuoso TPLS-13036. A- 10.00

275.*BLOCH: Sacred Service. Merrill; Bernstein/NYP; Chos. Col MS-6221. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels) 12.00

276.*BOITO: Mefistofele. Treigle; Domingo; Caballe; Ligi; Begg; Allen; Rudel/LSO; Chos. Angel SCLX-3806(3). A- 15.00

277. BOITO: Nerone. Picchi; Petri; Guelfi; Lazzarini; De Cavalieri; Caouana/Teatro San Carlo. [Live, 1957; with illustrated booklet, but NL] Cetra LO-56(4). A- 24.00

278.*BOLDEMANN: (Laci; 1921-69): Songs & Ballades. Leanderson; Eyron, piano. Bluebell BELL-188. A- 9.00

279.*BRAHMS: Alto Rhapsody; Nanie; Triumphlied, Op.55. Fassbaender; W.Brendel; Sinopoli/CPO; Prague Philharmonic Cho. [dig] DGG 410 864-1. A- to A(c/c) 9.00

280.*BRITTEN: Peter Grimes. Vickers; Harper; Summers; Davis/ROHCG. Philips 6769 014(3). A- to A 12.00

281.+BRITTEN: Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo; Winter Words. Pears, tenor; Composer, piano. Decca ECS-629. A- 9.00

282. BRUCKNER: Mass in D Minor. Brinton; Dracksler; Blankenship; Guthrie; F. Charles Adler/Vienna Orch. SPA 72. A- 13.00

283.*CARVER: (Robert; 1487-1566): Dum Sacrum Mysterium (Scottish Mass); Gaude, Flore Virginali (motet). Gifford/Renaissance Group of St. Andrews. Alpha ACA-582. A- to A 9.00

284.*CIMAROSA: L'Italia in London. Orciani; Maria Angeles Peters; Comencini; Ariostini; Pratico; Rizzi/Orchestra Sinfonica di Piacenza. Bongiovanni GB-2040/42(3). A- to A 19.00

285.*DEBUSSY: Pelleas et Melisande. Spoorenberg; Maurane; London; Hoekman; Ansermet/OSR. London OSA-1379(3). A- 19.00

286.*DIABELLI: Pastoralmess in F, Op.147. Degler; Linden; Rauschkolb; Clayton; Muller; Ehret/Orch & Cho of St. Michael, Munich. Schwann Musica Sacra AMS-81. A- 9.00

287. DONIZETTI: Don Pasquale. Corena; Scotto; Alva; Alberti; Natali; Rigacci/MMF. [Live, 1967; photos; NL] G.F.C. GFC-038/39(2). A- to A 13.00

288. DONIZETTI: Don Sebastiano. Barbieri; Poggi; Mascherini; Dondi; Neri; Giulini/Unidentified Company. [Live; in blank jackets; NL] Unique Opera UORC-233(2). A- to B++ 22.00

289. DONIZETTI: La Favorita. di Stefano; Simoniato; Siepi; Mascherini; Cellini/Palacio de las Bellas Artes, Mexico City. [Live; July 12, 1950; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 319(2). B 18.00

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290.*DONIZETTI: Lucrezia Borgia. Caballe; Verrett; Kraus; Flagello; Perlea/RCA Italiana. [Mohr; Salvatore] [WD labels] RCA LSC-6176(3). A- 15.00

291. DONIZETTI: Maria de Rudenz. Andrew; Jenkins; du Plessis; Francis/Philomusica of London; Opera Rara Cho. [Live; 10/27/1974] MRF 140(2). A- 18.00

292.*DONIZETTI: Maria Stuarda. Sills; Farrell; Burrows; Quilco; Kern; Ceccato/LPO; Alldis Cho. [drm] Angel AVC-34032(3). A- 13.00

293.*DVORAK: Mass in D, Op.86. Tikalowa; Mixova; Blachut; Haken; Smetacek/Prague Radio Orch; CPO Cho. [German-only notes] Musica Sacra AMS-29. A- to A 9.00

294. DVORAK: Rusalka. Frick; Trotschel; Schindler; Rott; Keilberth/Dresden State Opera. [minor box damage] Urania URLP-219(3). B+(a few scuffs but mostly sounds better) 20.00

295.*DVORAK: The Spectre's Bride. Tikalova; Blachut; Mraz; Krombholc/CPO & Cho. Supraphon SUAST-50381/2(2). A- 14.00

296. DVORAK: The Spectre's Bride. Tikalova; Blachut; Mraz; Krombholc/CPO; & Cho. Artia ALP-196/7(2). A-- 12.00

297. ELGAR: The Dream of Gerontius. Nash; Ripley; Noble; Walker; Sargent/Liverpool Philharmonic; Huddersfield Choral Soc. [recorded 1945] EMI RLS-709(2). A- 18.00

298.*ELGAR: The Spirit of England; Coronation Ode. Cahill; Collins; Johnson; Howell; Gibson/Scottish National Orch & Cho. [first recordings] British RCA RL-25074(2). A- 14.00

299.*FALLA: El Retablo de Maese Pedro. Smith; Oliver; Knapp (vocal soloists); Rattle/London Sinfonietta, who also play Harpsichord Concerto (Constable) and Psyche. Argo ZRG-921. A- to A(Dutch pressing) 9.00

300.*FAURE: Requiem (Auger; Luxon); Messe Basse (Paul Smy). Ledger/ECO; Choir of King's College, Cambridge. [dig] Angel DS-37918. A- to A 9.00

301.*FAURE: Requiem. Ashton; Varcoe; Rutter/City of London Sinfonietta; Cambridge Singers. [dig; Gramophone record award, 1985] Conifer CFRA-122. A- to A 10.00

302.*FIBICH: Sarka. Depoltova; Pribyl; Randova; Zitek; Stych/Brno State Philharmonic. [quad] Supraphon 1116-2781-83(3). A- 13.00

303. FLAGELLO: Songs from An Island in the Moon (6); Contemplazioni di Michelangelo. Tatum, soprano; Composer/Sinfonica di Roma. Serenus SRE-1005. A-- 10.00

304. FOMIN: (Evstignei; 1761-1800): Coachmen on Relay (excerpts?) Yamshchikina; Podstave; Matusov; Mironov; Galaktionov. [Russian-only information; I'm a little at a loss...] Melodiya C10-19625 009. A- 12.00

305.*GADE: Fairy Spell. Soloists; Hye-Knudsen/Royal Danish Orch & Cho. Turn TVS-34381. A- 9.00

306.*GILBERT & SULLIVAN: Trial by Jury. Baker; Morison; Lewis; Cameron; Branniigan; Sargent/Pro Arte Orch; Glyndebourne Festival Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-35966. A- 9.00

307. GIORDANO: Fedora. Tebaldi; Di Stefano; Sereni; Basile/unidentified company. [Live, 1961; no notes, NL - as issued] HRE 392(2). A- 12.00

308. GIORDANO: Fedora. Tebaldi; Mezzetti; Di Stefano; Sereni; Buccini; Basile/Teatro San Carlo di Napoli. [Live; December 12, 1961] Musica 02 011(2). FS 14.00

309. GLUCK: Orfeo ed Euridice. Ferrier; Koeman; Duval; Bruck/Netherlands Opera. [live, 1951] EMI RLS-725(2). A- 20.00

310. GOUNOD: Faust. Berthon; Vazzani; Journet; Musy. BERLIOZ: Damnation of Faust (excerpts). Berthon; DeTrevi; Panzera. [not stated in notes, but apparently from 1931 with Coppola/Pasdeloup Orch. [with notes but NL] Eclat EC-1001(3). B+(occasionally to B) 21.00

311. GOUNOD: Romeo et Juliette. Sayao; Bjoerling; Brownlee; Moscona; Benzell; Cehanovsky; Turner; Cooper/Metropolitan Opera. Broadcast performance: February 1, 1947. [Deluxe Soria Series limited edition; the eleventh (1983) in the Met's Soria Series of Historical Recordings made available only to generous Met donors; in sturdy green plush slipcase with lavishly-illustrated 26-page book plus libretto] Metropolitan Opera-MET-11(3). FS!! 100.00

312.*GRIEG: Landkjenning; Olav Trygvason (excerpts). Hansli; Hanssen; Carlsen; Dreier/LSO; Oslo Philharmonic Cho. Unicorn RHS-364. A- 8.00

313.*HANDEL: Alexander's Feast. Palmer; Johnson; Roberts; Stockholm; Harnoncourt/Concentus Musicus Wien. [Live; Pro Musica Festival, Bremen Radio, October 1977] Telefunken 6.35440(2). A- to A(c/c) 9.00

314.*HANDEL: Dixit Dominus. Baker; Zylis-Gara; Lane; Tear; Shirley-Quirk; Willcocks/ECO; King's College Choir, Cambridge. Angel S-36331. A- 9.00

315.*HAYDN: English Canzonettes (14). Griffett, tenor; Tracey, fortepiano. Telefunken 6.42780. FS 9.00

316. HONEGGER: King David. Michaud; Collard; Mollet; Herve; Composer/ORTF; Brasseur Choeur; Durufle, organ. [in early, oversize album] West WAL-204(2). B+(s/s) 35.00

317.*JANACEK: Glagolitic Mass. Benackova; Soukoupova; Livora; Prusa; Neumann/CPO & Cho. [live] Panton 11 0720. A- 9.00

318.*JOPLIN: Treemonisha. Balthrop; Allen; Rayam; Schuller/Houston Opera. DGG 2707 083(2). A- to A 12.00

319.*JOSTEN: (Werner; 1885-1963): Concerto Sacro I-II. Del Tredici, piano obbligato; Stokowski/American Sym. CRI SD-200. A- 16.00

320.*KOECHLIN: Sept Chansons Pour Gladys; Rondels(7); nine other songs. Leblanc, soprano; Sharon, piano.. [dig] Hyperion A-66243. A- to A(c/c) 9.00

321. LARSSON: (Lars-Erik): Forkladd Gud ("A God in Disguise" - Lyric Suite). Soderstrom; Saeden; Ekborg; Westerberg/Stockholm Radio Orch; Cho. GRIEG: Landkjenning. Saeden; Ralf/Orch; Stockholm Studentsangarforbund. Telefunken / Swedish Society Discofil LT-33121. A- 9.00

322.*LENTZ: (Daniel): The Crack in the Bell; The Dream King; Wild Turkeys; Lullaby; Adieu. Lowe & Sterne (vocals); Ellis, Kuehn, Jones (synthesizers); Harbison/LA Philharmonic New Music Group. [dig; DMM] EMI DS-49180. A- to A(c/c) 9.00

323. LEONCAVALLO: La Boheme. Antonioli; Bastianini; Monachesi; Sacchetti; Molinari-Pradelli/Teatro San Carlo di Napoli. [Live, 1958; no notes or libretto] Melodram MEL-021(3). A- 14.00

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324.*LISZT: The Legend of Saint Elizabeth. Kovats; Komlossy; Solyom; Andor; Gregor; Ferencsik/Slovak Philharmonic; Chos. [recorded in German; nice color illustrations in libretto booklet] Hungaroton SLPX-11650-52(3). A- 20.00

325.*LUTYENS: (Elizabeth): And Suddenly it's Evening (Handt, tenor & conducting BBC Sym Members). DAVID BEDFORD: Music for Albion (Manning, soprano; Carewe/BBC Sym Members). Argo ZRG-638. A- 12.00

326.*MADETOJA: (Leevi; 1887-1947): Songs for Mixed & Female Chorus (15). Andersen/Klemetti Ch Cho; Jounela/Oulu Ch Cho. Finlandia FA-337. A- 9.00

327.*MADETOJA: (Leevi; 1887-1947): Songs for Mixed Chorus (15). Andersen/Klemetti Ch Cho. Finlandia FA-331. A- 9.00

328. MASCAGNI: Cavalleria Rusticana. Corelli; Simionato; Guelfi; Gavazzeni/unidentified company. [Live, 1963] LEONCAVALLO: I Pagliacci. Corelli; Micheluzzi; Gobbi; Simonetto/unidentified company. [Live, 1954] [NL] HRE 413(3). A- 20.00

329. MASCAGNI: Iris. Olivero; Puma; Meletti; Neri; Oliva; Questa/RAI Turin. [Live; Turin, September 6, 1956] [Italian-only libretto] Fonit Cetra LAR-23(3). A- to A 26.00

330. MASSE: (Victor; 1822-84): Galathee. Gresse; Morlet; Jouvin; Vaguet; Archainbaud/Orch. [recorded 1912; issued with synopsis & notes in English, but NL] Bourg BG-4019-20(2). A- to A 19.00

331.*MASSENET: Manon. Cotrubas; Kraus; Quilco; Van Dam; Plasson/Orch & Cho of Capitole de Toulouse. [dig] Angel DSCX-3946(3). A-(c/c) 12.00

332. MASSENET: Manon. Freni; Pavarotti; Maag/unidentified company. [Live, 1969; perhaps more information inside box, but I don't want to break the factory seal] HRE 332(3). FS 25.00

333. MASSENET: Manon. Kabaivanska; Kraus; Saccomani; Pagliuca; Spica; Oren/unidentified company. [Live, 1981; NL - as issued] HRE 368(3). A- 19.00

334. MASSENET: Werther. Thill; Vallin; Feraldy; Roque; Cohen/French Opera Comique. [recorded 1935; French-only notes; NL] French EMI 2C053-10746/8(3). A- 20.00

335.*MENDELSSOHN: Elijah. Wiens; Watkinson; Luxon; Corboz/Gulbenkian Foundation Orch & Cho, Lisbon. [dig; DMM] Erato NUM-751473(3). A- to A 14.00

336. MENOTTI: Amahl & the Night Visitors. Allen; Kuhlmann; McKinley; Aiken; Lishner; Schippers/Orch & Cho. [original NBC TV cast from 1951; NL] RCA VIC-1512. FS(c/c) 9.00

337. MONTEVERDI: Selected Vocal Works (9). Nadia Boulanger/Vocal & Instrumental Ens. [recorded 1937; this LP transfer by Keith Hardwick] Helios H-88004. A- to A 13.00

338.*MOZART: Cosi fan Tutte. Schwarzkopf; Ludwig; Berry; Stefek; Kraus; Taddei; Bohm/PO & Cho. [blue labels] Angel S-3631(4). A- 18.00

339. MOZART: Don Giovanni. Gobbi; Junz; Greindl; Dermota; Welitsch; Schwarzkopf; Seefried; Furtwangler/VPO; VSO Cho. [Live, 1950; NL; blank covs] Golden Age of Opera EJS 419(3). B+(very fine pressing for EJS!) 25.00

340. MOZART: Don Giovanni. Souez; Helletsgruber; Mildmay; Baccaloni; Brownlee; Busch/Glyndebourne Festival, 1936. RCA LCT-6102(3). B 24.00

341. MOZART: Don Giovanni. Verna; Gavazzi; Ribetti; Taddei; Valletti; Tajo; Rudolf/RAI Torino. [Notes and libretto in Italian only] Cetra 1253(3). A- to B+ 25.00

342. MOZART: Entfuhrung aus dem Serail. Korner; Piltti; Beilke; Erb; Strienz; Steiner/Reichsender Opera, Berlin. [Live, 1936; NL; blank jackets] ANNA 1019(2). A- 25.00

343.*MOZART: Idomeneo. Shirley; Davies; Rinaldi; Tinsley; Tear; Pilley; Dean; Davis/BBC Sym & Cho. Philips 839 758/60(3). A- to A 20.00

344.*MOZART: Il Re Pastore (unabridged). Schreier; Mathis; Auger; Ghazarian; Krenn; Hager/Salzburg Mozarteum Orch. BASF 59 22043-5(3). A- to A 14.00

345.*MOZART: Magic Flute. Popp; Jerusalem; Gruberova; Lindner; Brendel; Bailey; Kmentt; Haitink/BVRS & Cho. [dig] Angel DSCX-3918(3). A- 13.00

346. MOZART: Marriage of Figaro. Mildmay; Rautawaara; Helletsgruber; Domgraf-Fassbaender; Nash; Busch/Glyndebourne Festival Opera Company. [Recorded 1934/35] RCA LCT-6001(2). B++(occ tks) 13.00

347. MOZART: Marriage of Figaro. Abramov; Zakharov; Kazantseva; Rozhdestvenskaya; Makarova-Shevchenko; Sanderling/Moscow Radio Orch & Cho. [recorded 1948; includes English synopsis, but NL] Melodiya 33M10-36437-42(3). A- 26.00

348.*MOZART: Requiem. Donath; Ludwig; Tear; Lloyd; Giulini/PO & Cho. Angel SZ-37600. A- 9.00

349. MOZART: Requiem. Morison; Sinclair; Young; Nowakowski; Beecham/RPO; BBC Cho. Col ML-5160. A-("6-eyes" labels; rare in such good condition) 25.00

350. MOZART: The Magic Flute. Lemnitz; Berger; Roswaenge; Husch; Strienz; Beecham/BPO (1937). Side 6: Eine Kleine Freimauerkantate, K.623. Cuenod; Giraudeau; Souzay; Meyer/Pro Musica Orch; Mulhouse Cho. Lasst uns mit Verschlungnen Handen, K.623a. Cuenod; Souzay; Salome, piano. Turnabout THS-65078/80(3). A-(NL) 12.00

351. NOBOKOV: The Holy Devil. Fischer; Nossaman; Jordan; Hill; Stanford; Wieck; Bomhard/Louisville Orch. Louisville LOU-594(2). A- 35.00

352.*OFFENBACH: Les Bavards. Boulangeot; Dachary; Doniat; Terrasson; Beniot; Couraud/ORTF & Cho. MHS 897. A- 9.00

353.*OFFENBACH: Orpheus in der Unterwelt. Rothenberger; Dallapozza; Kusche; Lindner; Gruber; Mattes/Philharmonia Hungarica; Cologne Opera Cho. [With English notes, but libretto in German only] Electrola 1C157-30 802/03(2). A- to A 12.00

354.*OFFENBACH: Tales of Hoffman (in German). Jerusalem; Scovotti; Fischer-Dieskau; Sharp; Moll; Varady; Schwarz; Wallberg/Munich Radio Orch; Bavarian Radio Cho. [German-only notes & libretto] Electrola 1C157-45 351/53(3). A- to A 24.00

355.*ORFF: Catulli Carmina. Mai; Buchner; Kegel/Leipzig Radio Cho & Sym. Philips 6500 815. A- to A 9.00

356.*ORFF: Catulli Carmina. Blegen; Kness; Ormandy/Phila; Temple Univ Choirs. Col MS-7017. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 12.00

357. PACINI: Saffo. Gencer; Quilco; Mattiucci; Del Bianco; Capuana/Teatro San Carlo, Naples. [Live; April 7, 1967; blank box] Golden Age of Opera EJS 404(2). B+(very fine pressing for EJS!) 25.00

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358.*PANUFNIK: Universal Prayer. Cantelo; Watts; Mitchinson; Stalman; Stokowski/Louis Halsey Singers; Kynaston, organ; Watkins, Korchinska & Bonifacio, harps. Unicorn RHS-305. A- 16.00

359.*PEROSI: (Lorenzo; 1872-1956): The Resurrection of Christ (Panni; Rota; Campora; Cillario/Angelicum Orch; Cho); Transitus Animae (Cossotto; Cillario/Angelicum Orch; Cho); Requiem Mass (Zambelli; Togni; Chisoni; Corbetta/Coro della Cappella dell'Immacolata di Bergamo). MHS 1111/4(4). A- 22.00

360.*PETTERSSON: Vox Humana. Mellnas; Rodin; Alexandersson; Hagegard; Westerberg/Swedish Radio Orch & Cho. HNH 4047. A-(c/c) 10.00

361.*POULENC: Four Song Cycles: Le Bal Masque; Rapsodie Negre; Chansons Villageoises; Le Bestiaire. Beniot, baritone; Pretre/PCO. [blue labels] Angel S-36370. A- 12.00

362. PUCCINI: Il Tabarro. Olivero; Fioravanti; Bottion; Delogu/Unnamed Company [Live; Florence, 12-16-1970]. MASSENET: Manon (excerpts). Olivero; Vendittelli; Argento/Unnamed Company [Live; Turin, 7-2-1975]. PUCCINI: Manon Lescaut (excerpts; artists & date as with Manon above). [NL, but includes nice 30-page booklet with long article on Olivero by Robert Connolly and photos of her in many roles across the years] MRF 129(2). A-(few superficial marks cause little or no snd) 35.00

363. PUCCINI: Tosca. Moore; Jagel; Sved; Baccaloni; Cehanovsky; Panizza/unidentified company (but surely the Met). [Live; no date given; bl covs; NL] Unique Opera UORC-214(2). A-(originals are rather noisy) 20.00

364. PURCELL: Dido & Aeneas. Flagstad; Jones/Mermaid Theatre Company, London. [in box with libretto; only in print 8/52 - 2/57] RCA LHMV-1007. B+ 10.00

365.*RAMEAU: Zephyre. Langridge; Pena; Garcisanz; Wallez/Ensemble Instrumental de France; Cho. [quad] IPG 7.465. A- 9.00

366.*REICH: (Steve; b.1936): Tehillim. Wood; Bensman; Armstrong; Clayton; Manahan/Instrumental Ens. ECM 1-1215. A- to A(c/c) 9.00

367. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Mozart and Salieri. Koslovsky; Reizen; Samosud/USSR Radio Orch & Cho. Concert Hall CHS-1315. B+ 10.00

368. ROCCA: Monte Ivnor. Gencer; Colzani; Algorta; Gavarini; Armando La Rosa Parodi/orch & cho. [Live, no date given; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 408(2). B(bubbly pressing, but not bad for an EJS) 24.00

369. ROSSINI: Barber of Seville. Callas; Gobbi; Alva; Zaccaria; Ollendorff; Galliera/PO & Cho. Angel 3559(3). A-(earliest U.S. red labels) 14.00

370.*ROSSINI: Il Turco in Italia. Alaimo; M.A.Peters; Bolognesi; Tosi; Angeloni; De Bernart/Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo; Cho. [Live, 1984] Bongiovanni GB-3001/3(3). A- 18.00

371. ROSSINI: La Cenerentola. Berganza; Bruscantini; Monti; Petri; Rovero; Rossi/Teatro San Carlo di Napoli. [Live, 1958; libretto in Italian only] Melodram MEL-020(3). A- 35.00

372.*ROSSINI: Petite Messe Solonnelle. Pavarotti; Freni; Raimondi; Valentini; Magiera, piano; Rosetta, harmonium; Gandolfi/Coro Polifonico, La Scala. Cime Ars Nova C3S-134(2). A- 10.00

373.*ROSSINI: Semiramide. Sutherland; Sutherland; Horne; Rouleau; Serge; Malas; Bonynge/LSO. London OSA-1383(3). A- 14.00

374. ROSSINI: Tancredi. Reynolds; Ralarico; Corradi; Roni; Rossi/RAI Milan. [Live, 1968; booklet includes synopsis, but NL] MRF 27(2). A- 25.00

375. ROSSINI: Zelmira. Zeani; Tagger; Limarilli; Franci/company unidentified on unopened box. MRF 93(2). FS 17.00

376.*ROUSSEL: Padmavati. Horne; Gedda; Van Dam; Berbie; Plasson/Toulouse Orch; Orfeon Donostiarra. [dig] Angel DSBX-3948(2). A- 16.00

377.*SAINT-SAENS: Samson et Delila (in French). Ludwig; King; Weikl; Malta; Kogel; Patane/Munich Radio Orch; BVR Cho. [Quad; as issued - with English notes and synopsis, but NL] Eurodisc 86 977(3). A- to A 11.00

378.*SATIE: Socrate (Escribano; Bedard; Loyama; Lorenz). DEBUSSY: Chansons de Bilitis (Escribano, speaker). Cerha/Die Reihe Ens. Candide CE-31024. A- 9.00

379.*SCHMIDT: Das Buch mit Sieben Siegeln. Dermota; Holl; Kyriaki; Topper; Moser; Korn; Hochstrasser/Austrian Tonkunstler Orch; Graz Cho. [quad; German-only notes] Preiser SQPR-3263/64(2). A- to A 12.00

380. SCHMIDT: Notre Dame. Schlichting; Proebst; Hopf; Scheppan; Muench; Altman/BVRS & Cho. VERDI: Macbeth (2 arias & 1 duet with Hongen & Ahlersmeyer). GERMAN RECITAL: Arias in German by Scheppan(Aida); Trotschel(Rosenkavalier, Don Giovanni & Katya); Lange(Cosi & Pique Dame); Berger(Hansel). [with English notes, but NL] Rococo 1018(3). A-- 25.00

381.*SCHONBERG: Moses und Aron. Reich; Devos; Lucas; Illavsky; Gielen/Austrian Radio Orch & Cho. Philips 6700 084(2). A- to A 14.00

382. SCHUBERT: Die Freunde von Salamanca; Fragments from Der Spiegelritter. Mathis; Moser; Prey; Weidinger; Wyatt; Rydl; Buchner; Orth; Guschlbauer/Unnamed Orch & Cho. [Live; NL; blank jackets] ANNA 1011(2). A- 16.00

383. SCHUBERT: Lieder. Limited Edition, eight-record set of EMI recordings dating from 1898 to 1952, covering 64 singers and 128 performances, compiled by Keith Hardwick. Includes thirty-nine-page booklet includes a paragraph of notes on each singer, usually a photo as well, German/English texts of each song, and an introduction by Hardwick. Singers: Clegg, Knupfer, Nast, Goetze, Bispham, Naval, Walker, both Lehmanns, Ernst Wachter, Plunket-Greene, Pauline Cramer (one of five previously-unknown recordings recently found), Demuth, Strong, Sibiriakov, Hensel, Hesch, Slezak, Gerhardt, Henschel, Elizza, Metzger, Brodersen, Kipnis, McCormack, Onegin, Duhan, Hempel, Noordewier-Reddingius, Tauber, Seinemeyer, Vanni-Marcoux, van Diemen, Williams, Chaliapin, Culp, Panzera, Schone, Schorr, Giannini, Thill, Olszewska, Schumann, Behr-Schnabel, Erb, Ginster, Janssen, Metcalfe-Casals, Fuchs, Husch, Leider, Schiotz, Schwarzkopf, Pears, Ritchie, Patzak, Seefried, Hotter, Nielsen, Koreh, Fischer-Dieskau, Flagstad. Lovely! EMI RLS-766(8). A- 58.00

384. SESSIONS: Idyll of Theocritus. Nossaman, soprano; Whitney/Louisville Orch. [blank jacket; includes notes and texts] Louisville LOU-574. A- 12.00

385.*SHOSTAKOVICH: Execution of Stepan Razin; Symphony #9. Gromadsky; Kondrashin/Moscow Phil; Cho. Mel-Angel SR-40000. A- 6.00

386. SMETANA: Choral Works: Renegade; The Peasant; Festive Chorus; Three Horsemen; Sea-Song; Dedication; Two Choruses; Prayer. Soupal/Moravian Teachers Male Cho. Supraphon SUA-10029. A- 10.00

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387.*SMETANA: Dalibor. Pribyl; Kniplova; Svobodova-Janku; Jindrak; Svorc; Svehla; Krombholc/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50 971/3(3). A- 18.00

388.*SMETANA: Libuse. Kniplova; Berman; Soukupova; Bednar; Kroupa; Zidek; Subrtova; Krombholc/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50701/4(4). A- 20.00

389.*STRADELLA: S. Giovanni Battista Oratorio. Lazzarini; Tadeo; Ornatt; Barcis; Nobile; Cillario/Angelicum Orch of Milan; Cho. Music Guild S-34. A- 9.00

390.*STRAUSS: Ariadne auf Naxos. Troyanos; Gruberova; Kollo; Berry; Kunz; Solti/LPO. [Raeburn; Wilkinson & Lock; Kingsway Hall, 1977] London OSA-13131(3). A- 12.00

391.*STRAUSS: Capriccio. Janowitz; Fischer-Dieskau; Schreier; Prey; Ridderbusch; Troyanos; Bohm/BVRS. [Grand Prix du Disque, Paris] DGG 2709 038(3). A- to A 15.00

392. STRAUSS: Der Rosenkavalier. Lehmann; Stevens; List; Marita Farell; Schorr; Laufkoetter; Doe; Manski; Massue; Bodanzky/Metropolitan Opera. Live broadcast, January 7, 1939. [Deluxe Soria Series limited edition; the fifth (1978) in the Met's Soria Series of Historical Recordings available only to generous Met donors; in sturdy oversize green velvet slipcase with lavishly-illustrated 28-page booklet and complete libretto] Metropolitan Opera-MET--5(3). A-(velvet case also in very nice condition) 100.00

393. STRAUSS: Guntram. Kewis; Farley; Wheatley; Sharp; Douglas; Pritchard/BBC Sym. [Live; date not given] GGR 2001(2). A-(NL) 19.00

394.*STRAUSS (J): Die Fledermaus. Janowitz; Holm; Waechter; Kmentt; Windgassen; Kunz; Bohm/VPO. London OSA-1296(2). A-(c/c) 12.00

395.*TCHAIKOVSKY: Queen of Spades. Arkhipova; Levko; Milashkina; Mazurok; Andzhaparidzye; Khaikin/Bolshoi Theatre. Mel-Angel SRD-4104(4). A- 30.00

396. THOMAS: Hamlet. Dubuc; Portanier; Delvaux; Cooleman; Bert; Cuyckens/Royal Opera, Ghent. [Live, 1968; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 442(2). B 18.00

397.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: An Oxford Elegy (Westbrook, speaker); Flos Campi (Aronowitz, viola); Five Variants of Dives & Lazarus. Willcocks/Jacques Orch; King's College Choir, Cambridge. Angel S-36699. A--/A- 6.00

398.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Pilgrim's Progress. Noble; Armstrong; Burrowes; Partridge; Shirley-Quirk; Keyte; Boult/LPO & Cho. [Side 6: Boult in rehearsal of the work] Angel SCL-3785(3). A- 20.00

399. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Song of Thanksgiving. Dolemore; Speaight; Boult/LPO; Luton Choral Soc. Side 2: Jean Pougnet is violin soloist in VW's Lark Ascending (also Boult/LPO). [10-inch] Parlophone - Odeon PMB-1003. A- 12.00

400.*VERDI: Falstaff. Taddei; Panerai; Araiza; Ludwig; Kabaivanska; Schmidt; Perry; Karajan/VPO; VSO Cho. [dig] Philips 6769 060(3). A- to A 12.00

401. VERDI: I Lombardi all Prima Crociata. Scotto; Pavarotti; Raimondi; Grilli; Gavazzeni/Unnamed Company. [Live; Rome; 11/20/1969; includes booklet with production photos & synopsis, but NL] MRF 48(2). A-(very slight spine scuffs) 19.00

402. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Tucci; Simionato; Bergonzi; Cappuccilli; Gavazzeni/La Scala Orch & Cho. [Live performance at Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow; September 17, 1964; with English synopsis and brief notes, but most notes in Russian] Melodiya M10-47009 004(3). A- 29.00

403. VERDI: La Battaglia di Legnano. Bastianini; Corelli; Stella; Maionica; Gavazzeni/La Scala. [Live, 1961; NL] Melodram MEL-430(2). FS(plastic fraying, but unopened) 18.00

404. 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- 20.00

405. VERDI: La Traviata. Bjoerling; Schymberg; Stangenberg; Molin; Sandberg/Kungliga Theatre. [Live; August 29, 1939; notes & libretto Swedish only] SR RMLP-1272/3(2). A- 11.00

406.*VERDI: Nabucco. Scotto; Ghiaurov; Manuguerra; Luchetti; Obraztsova; Muti/PO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. [quad] Angel SCLX-3850(3). A- 20.00

407. VERDI: Nabucco. Milnes; Bumbry; Cossutta; Raimondi; Cortez; Santi/unidentifed company. [Live, 1979; with notes but NL; Side 4 has Grace Bumbry in scenes from Macbeth & Aida from 1973] Legendary LR-154(3). A- 25.00

408.*VERDI: Otello (in English). Craig; Plowright; Howlett; Kale; Bottone; Elder/English National Opera. [Live; digital] EMI SLS-1436053(2). A- 16.00

409. VERDI: Otello. Vinay; Albanese; Warren; Moscona; Lipton; Garris; Hayward; Busch/unnamed orch. [NL; Live; 12-18-48] Penzance 18(2). A- 35.00

410. VERDI: Otello. Vinay; Schoeffler; Dermota; Martinis; Greindl; Furtwangler/VPO; VSO Cho. [Live, Salzburg Festival; August 7, 1951] Foyer FO-1018(3). A- 25.00

411.*VERDI: Requiem. Vartenissian; Cossotto; Fernandi; Christoff; Serafin/Rome Opera House. EMI SREG-2042/3(2). A- 25.00

412.*VERDI: Simon Boccanegra (Original [1857] version). Bruscantini; Ligi; Howell; Turp; Matheson/BBC Concert Orch; BBC Singers. [Live; August 2, 1975; Golder's Green Hippodrome, London] SIDE 6: Excerpts from Revised [1881] Version: Gobbi; Gencer; Tozzi; Zampieri; Panerai; Gavazzeni/VPO; VSO Cho. [Live; Salzburg Festival, 1961][Booklet includes notes but NL] Voce 9(3). A--(look scuffy, plays well; minor box dam) 16.00

413. VERDI: Simon Boccanegra. Gobbi; Christoff; de los Angeles; Campora; Santini/Rome Opera. [mono-only recording] Sera IC-6115(3). A- 12.00

414. VERDI: Simon Boccanegra. Tibbett; Rethberg; Martineli; Pinza; Warren; Panizza/Metropolitan Opera. Broadcast performance: January 21, 1939. [Deluxe Soria Series limited edition; the thirteenth (1986) in the Met's Soria Series of Historical Recordings made available only to generous Met donors ($125 or more); in sturdy mahogany plush slipcase with lavishly-illustrated 24-page book plus libretto] Metropolitan Opera-MET-13(3). A-(lovely!) 100.00

415. VERDI: Stiffelio. Limarilli; Dominguez; Alberti; Prior; Maag/Teatro Regio, Parma. [Live; 12-29-1968; with nice booklet including notes, production photos & synopsis; THIS COPY ALSO HAS LIBRETTO, usually absent] MRF 32(2). A- 20.00

416.*WAGNER: Das Rheingold. McIntyre; Schwarz; Jerusalem; Becht; Zednik; Egel; Reppel; Boulez/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; dig] Philips 6769 070(3). A- to A 10.00

LP’s: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire, continued
417. WAGNER: Das Rheingold. Neidlinger; Hotter; Witte; Weber; Greindl; Malaniuk; Krauss/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; August 8, 1953; German-only libretto] Foyer FO-1008(3). A- 25.00

418. WAGNER: Das Rheingold. S. Bjorling; Windgassen; Malaniuk; Fritz; Kuen; Pflanzl; Schwarzkopf; Karajan/Bayreuth Festival, 1951. [Live; includes English notes, but NL] Melodram MEL-516(3). A- 20.00

419. 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 29.00

420. 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- 40.00

421. WAGNER: Die Walkure - Acts I & II. Lehmann; Fuchs; Klose; Melchior; Hotter; List; Walter/VPO (all of Act I & Act II, Scene 5); Seidler-Winkler/Berlin Opera (rest of Act II). [German-only notes] Electrola E-80 686/88(3). A-- 20.00

422. WAGNER: Gotterdammerung. Windgassen; Varnay; Greindl; Neidlinger; Resnik; Malaniuk; Krauss/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; August 12, 1953; German-only libretto] Foyer FO-1011(5). A- 25.00

423. WAGNER: Gotterdammerung. Melchior; Lawrence; Schorr; Hoffman; Habich; Bodanzky/Unnamed Company (but apparently Metropolitan Opera, January 11, 1936). SIDE 8: WAGNER: Flying Dutchman (excerpts; Muller; Bockelmann; Klose; DeSabata/Bayreuth Festival; August 5, 1939). [NL; blank jackets; as with every copy I've seen of this, sides 3 & 4 are off-center] Golden Age of Opera EJS 489(4). B+(fine press but see notes re sds 3/4) 40.00

424. WAGNER: Gotterdammerung. Lorenz; Varnay; Hude; Modl; Siewert; Greindl; Neidlinger; Keilberth/Bayreuth Festival, 1952. [with English notes but NL] Melodram MEL-529(5). A- 30.00

425.*WAGNER: Lohengrin. Thomas; Grummer; Fischer-Dieskau; Ludwig; Frick; Wiener; Kempe/VPO: VSO Cho. EMI SLS-5071(5). A- 35.00

426. 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- 30.00

427. WAGNER: Siegfried. Windgassen; Varnay; Hotter; Kuen; Streich; Neidlinger; Krauss/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; August 10, 1953; German-only libretto] Foyer FO-1010(4). A- 25.00

428. WAGNER: Siegfried. Aldenhoff; Varnay; S. Bjorling; Kuen; Pflanzl; Lipp; Karajan/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1951; German-only libretto] Foyer FO-1004(4). A- 25.00

429. WAGNER: Tannhauser. Melchior; Flagstad; List; Darcy; Janssen; Thorborg; Harrell; Leinsdorf/Unnamed Company. [Live, 1941; presumably the Met; blank box w/o notes; NL] Die Goldene Aera Richard Wagners GAW-300(3). B+ to A- 45.00

430. 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) 19.00

431. WAGNER: Walkure. Vinay; Varnay; Greindl; Hotter; Resnik; Malaniuk; Krauss/Bayreuth Festival. [Live; August 9, 1953; German-only libretto] Foyer FO-1009(4). A- 25.00

432.*WALTON: Belshazzar's Feast (Bell; PO Cho); Partita for Orchestra. Composer/PO. Angel S-35681. A-(earliest U.S. red labels) 12.00

433.*WALTON: The Bear. Sinclair; Shaw; Lumsden; Lockhart/ECO. [blue labels] Angel S-36477. A- 10.00

434.*WALTON: Troilus and Cressida. Baker; Cassilly; English; Luxon; Foster/ROHCG. EMI SLS-997(3). A- to A 17.00

435. WEBER: Der Freischutz (exc). Husch; Schlottmann; Lemnitz; Beike; Bohnen; Wittrisch; Steiner/Berlin Opera. [Live, 12-20-1936; NL; blank jacket] Unique Opera UORC-352. B+(slight warp requires 2 grams to track) 9.00

436.*WOLF: Morike-Lieder (40); Goethe-Lieder (35); Eichendorff-Lieder (20); Aus dem Spanischen Liederbuch (23); Miscellaneous (14). Fischer-Dieskau; Moore, piano. [Morike-Lieder are mono; rest stereo; texts are in German only; English notes included] Electrola 1C181-01 470/76(7). A- 59.00

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