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




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LP's: Chamber Music
1230.*ARENSKY: Trio #1. GLINKA: Trio Pathetique. Zhukov; G. & V. Feigin. Mel-Angel SR-40165. A- 8.00

1231.*ARRIAGA: String Quartet #1 & #2. Phoenix Quartet. Golden Crest CR-4061(2). A- 12.00

1232.*BEETHOVEN: Quartet # 7 - #11. Juilliard Quartet. Col D3M-34094(3). A-(demo copy) 12.00

1233. BEETHOVEN: Quartet, Op.14, #1 (Piano Sonata #9 arranged by Beethoven for quartet); Quartet #9. New Music Quartet. Bartok BRS-909. A-(very nice copy!) 16.00

1234.+BEETHOVEN: String Trios, Op.9, #1 & #3. Kogan; Barshai; Rostropovich. Saga 5396. A- 9.00

1235. BEETHOVEN: Trios Op.9, #1 & 3. Kogan; Barshai; Rostropovich. [fold-open album] Artia ALP-164. A- 9.00

1236.*BLISS: Clarinet Quintet. COLERIDGE-TAYLOR: Clarinet Quintet. Kireilis; Lamant Quar. Spectrum SR-127. A- 12.00

1237. BLOCH: Piano Quintet. Johana Harris; Walden String Quartet. MGM E-3239. B+ 9.00

1238. BOCCHERINI: Five Quintets. Quintetto Boccherini. Angel 45007. A-(British pressing) 9.00

1239.*BOCCHERINI: Quartets Op.6, #1 + #3; Op.58, #2. Quarettto Italiano. Philips 9500 305. A- to A 9.00

1240. BRAHMS: Piano Quartet Op.25. Berkowitz; Bel Arte Trio (Posselt; de Pasquale; Mayes). Boston B-215. A- 16.00

1241. BRAHMS: Piano Quintet, Op.34. Richter; Borodin Quartet. MK 1516. A- 10.00

1242. BRAHMS: Quartets: Op.51, #2; Op.67. Curtis Quartet. West WL-5152. A--/B to B+ 9.00

1243.*BRIDGE: Piano Quintet; Phantasie Trio in c. Music Group of London. Nonesuch 71405. A- 9.00

1244.*CHERUBINI: Quartets #1 & 2. Melos Quar. Archiv 2547 067. A- to A(British pressing) 9.00

1245.*CLEMENTI: Six Piano Trios: Op.29, #1-3; Op.35, #1-3. Faure Quartet. Dynamic DS-4032. A- to A 9.00

1246.*DEBUSSY & RAVEL: Quartets. Cleveland Quartet. [dig; DMM] Telarc DG-10111. A- to A 9.00

1247.*DOHNANYI: Quartet #2. PROKOFIEV: Quartet #2. Chicago Symphony String Quartet: Victor Aitay; Edgar Muenzer; Milton Preves; Frank Miller. [AUTOGRAPHED in ink on front cover by all four musicians; Aitay, Preves & Miller were CSO principals for decades] Corde 101. A-(autograph) 50.00

1248.*DVORAK: Piano Quartets, Op.23 & Op.87. Trampler; Beaux Arts Trio. Philips 6880 045. A- to A 9.00

1249.*DVORAK: Quartet #12 & #14. Prague Quartet. DGG 2530 632. A- to A 9.00

1250.*DVORAK: Trio, Op.94 ("Dumky"). SMETANA: Trio, Op.15. Yuval Piano Trio. DGG 2530 594. A- to A 9.00

1251. EARLY ITALIAN MUSIC ALBUM #2: 16th & 17th Centuries. Works Giovanni Gabrieli, Biagio Marini, Massimiliano Neri, Giovanni Battista Vitali, Allessandro Scarlatti & Antonio Vivaldi. Quartetto Italiano. [photo of quartet members on cover shows a very young group!] Angel 45002. A-(British pressing) 16.00

1252.*FARWELL: (Arthur; 1872-1952): Piano Quintet in e, Op.103. Erickson; Rosenberger; Kissling; Warkentin; James. MHS 3827. A- 9.00

1253.*FAURE: Piano Quartet #1; Andante, Op.75; Berceuse, Op.16; Romance, Op.69; Papillon, Op.77. Yehudi Menuhin; Jeremy Menuhin; Maurice Gendron; Ernst Wallfisch. EMI HQS-1245. A-- 12.00

1254.*GLAZOUNOV: Quartet #1 & #2. Shostakovich Quartet. Melodiya C10-16753-4. A- 12.00

1255.*HAYDN: Quartets (29). Pro Arte Quartet. [recorded 1931-38; LP transfers by Keith Hardwich] French (References) EMI 2906043(8). A- to A 45.00

1256.*HAYDN: Quartets, Op.64, #5 ("Lark"); Op.76, #2 ("Quinten"). RCA ARL1-1409. A-(demo copy) 9.00

1257. HINDEMITH: String Trios #1 & #2. Pougnet; Riddle; Pini. West W-9067. A-(c/c) 9.00

1258. HOLLYWOOD STRING QUARTET: Beethoven Quartets #12-#16; Grosse Fuge. [rec 1957] EMI RLS-7707(4). A- to A 40.00

1259. HOLLYWOOD STRING QUARTET: SMETANA - Quartet #1. DVORAK - Quartet #12. SCHUBERT - Quintet. BRAHMS - Piano Quintet (with Victor Aller). [recorded 1951-55] EMI RLS-765(3). A- to A 30.00

1260. KABALEVSKY: Quartet #2. Naumann Quartet. Urania URLP-7083. A–(blem side 1 causes no sound) 14.00

1261.*KLUSAK: (Jan): Rondo for Piano. KLEMENT SLAVICKY: Trialog for Violin, Clarinet & Piano. JIRI JAROCH: Metamorphosy for 12. ZDENEK LUKAS: Concerto for Violin, Viola & Orch. Misc Czech Artists. [very little text, all in Czech] Panton 01 0202. A- 16.00

1262. MENDELSSOHN: Quartets #4 & #6. Manoliu Quartet. [1st recording of #6] Epic LC-3386. A- 9.00

1263.*MOZART: Chamber Music for Winds: Serenade #10 - #12; Divertimento, K.188. Cerny/Czech Philharmonic Wind Ens. Supraphon 1 11-1081-2(2). A- 15.00

1264.*MOZART: Divertimento, K.196f (Detmold Wind-Sextour); Suite from Entfuhrung aus dem Serail (SWDR Wind Ens); Musical Joke (Stepp/NDR Members). Archiv ARC-73150. FS 10.00

1265.*SCHUBERT: Octet in F, Op.166. Melos Ensemble Members. [blue labels] Angel S-36529. A- 9.00

1266.*SCHUBERT: Piano Quintet in A ("Trout"). BEETHOVEN: Piano Trio, Op.70, #1. Hephzibah Menuhin; Members of Amadeus Quartet; Merritt, bass. EMI SXLP-30523. A- 12.00

1267.*SCHUBERT: Quartet #14. WOLF: Italian Serenade. Guarneri Quar. RCA ARL1-1994. A-(demo copy) 9.00

1268. SCHUBERT: Quartet #15. Hungarian Quartet. Angel 45004. A-(British pressing) 16.00

1269. SCHUBERT: Quartets, Vol. 3: #6 & #7. Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet. West XWN-18474. B- 9.00

1270.*SCHUBERT: Quintet, Op.114 ("Trout"). Serkin; Laredo; Naegele; Parnas; Levine. Col MS-7067. A- 9.00

1271. SCHUMANN: Trio #1. SCHUBERT: Trio #1. Thibaud; Cortot; Casals. RCA LCT-1141. A- 9.00

1272.*SPOHR: Nonet; Octet. Vienna Octet. [Dutch press] London 414 439-1. A- to A(c/c) 9.00

1273.*SUK: Quartet #2; Meditation on the Czech Chorale, "St. Wenceslas." Suk Quartet. Panton 11 0395. A- 9.00

1274. TCHAIKOVSKY: Quartet #1. BORODIN: Quartet #1. Hollywood Quartet. Cap P-8187. A- 9.00

1275.*WIND QUINTETS: By REICHA (Op.91,#9), STAMIC (Op.8,#2) & ROSSLER-ROSETTI (E-flat). Czech Wind Quintet. Supraphon 1 11 1084. FS 9.00


LP's: Collections
1276.*AURORA BOREALIS: Music from Norway - ARNSTAD: Arabeske. FONGAARD: Legende. JANSON: Forspill (Tellefsen, vln). NORDHEIM: Spur (Ellegaard, accordion). PERSEN: CSV. SODERLIND: Polaris. THOMMESSEN: Barbaresk. Dreier/RPO. Unicorn UN2-75028(2). A-(slight jacket scuffs) 14.00

1277.*CHICAGO SYMPHONY: Radio Marathon #4 (1979) - "SPRING." In mono -- Stock: Schumann - Symphony #1 (1929; never before on LP). In stereo -- Reiner: Schumann Piano Concerto (Janis; 1959; 1st release here). RCA DPL1-0365. A- 21.00



LP’s: Collections, continued
1278.*CONTEMPORARY MUSIC FROM NORWAY: SAEVERUD - 6 Sonatines. HURUM - 3 Aquarelles. (Kayser, pf, in both) JORDAN - 6 Songs (Lovberg, soprano; Levin, piano). Philips 6507 004. A- to A 12.00

1279.*FANFARES: By Belgian composers past & present: Leon & Joseph Jongen, Raymond Mouleart, Richard de Guide, Gaston Brenta & Rene Defossez. Ghyoros/Brass of l'Orch Sym de Liege. Alpha 3071-F-3. A- 16.00

1280.*INDIANAPOLIS SYMPHONY AT CARNEGIE HALL: Schubert - Symphony #9. Mozart - Marriage of Figaro Overture. Izler Solomon conducting; live concert; November 11, 1965. [Nice fold-open souvenir album with photos and many excerpts from rave reviews; produced by Howard Scott, but engineer not listed] RCA Custom 101-3480. A- 31.00

1281.*MEETING AT THE SUMMIT: Benny Goodman plays Jazz Jazz-Classics: the composers conduct: Stravinsky: Ebony Concerto; Bernstein: Prelude, Fugue & Riffs; Copland: Clarinet Concerto; Morton Gould: Derivations. Col MS-6805. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; demo copy) 13.00

1282.*MUSICAL TREASURES FROM: THE KROMERIZ CASTLE. Works of Carissimi, Handl-Gallus, Pecelius, Biber, Vejvanovsky, etc. Prague Madrigal Singers; Prague Chamber soloists; Prague Chamber Orchestra; Prague Symphony. Supraphon 1 12 0991(2). A- 14.00

1283. MUSICIANS OF THE PAST, VOL 1: Mary Garden sings three of Debussy's Ariettes Oubliees and an aria from Pelleas, with the composer at the piano (recorded 1904). Also short piano works performed by Saint-Saens (his Marche Militaire & Reverie; 1919); Busoni (Liszt, Chopin; c.1915); d'Albert (Chopin; c.1915-20); Grieg (his Au Printemps; 1903). [acoustic recordings; not from piano rolls; fine copy of a celebrated rarity] Archives LPA-1203. A-- 50.00

1284.*SWITCHED ON BACH: Brandenburg Concerto #3; 2-Part Inventions; Preludes & Fugues #2 & 7; Jesu; Wachet Auf; Air; Sinfonia to Cantata #29. Carlos, Moog Synthesizer. [Classic, of course!] Col MS-7194. A-(early "2-eyes" labels;) 10.00

1285.*VICTORIA SYMPHONY: Debut Recording. HARRY FREEDMAN: Klee Wyck. GINASTERA: Estancia Dances. TCHAIKOVSKY: Romeo & Juliet. Paul Freeman, conductor. [rec 1983] Total TRC-1060. A- 9.00


LP's: Violinists
1286.*ACCARDO: Bruch - Scottish Fantasy; Konzertstuck for Violin & Orchestra (first recording). Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus. Philips 9500 423. A- to A 10.00

1287. AUCLAIR: Bach - The Six Sonatas for Violin & Piano. Marie-Clair Alain, organ. [w/Japanese notes in addition to those in French included in this facsimile of the original French issue on Les Discophiles Francaises; also includes facsimiles of the original labels, which can be peeled and affixed over the Lexington labels, if one so wishes] Lexington LEXC-1026-27(2). A- to A(lovely Japanese pressings) 150.00

1288. BARINOVA: (Halina): Karlowicz Concerto (Kondrashin/National Philharmonic; 1st recording?) OISTRAKH: Szymanowski Sonata in d, Op.9 (Yampolsky, piano). Colosseum CRLP-190. B+ 16.00

1289.*BELGIAN VIOLIN SCHOOL, VOL 2: VIEUXTEMPS - Fantasie-Caprice; Romance (Jongen); Fantasia-Appassionata (Octors). CHARLES DE BERIOT (1802-70) - Concerti #2 (Volkaert) & #6 (Jongen). HENRI-JACQUES DE CROES - Concerto #2 (Volkaert); Concerto #6; Adagio from #5 (Octors). GEORGES LONQUE - Estrella (Jongen); Concerto, Op.40 (Quatacker). AUGUST DE BOECK - Concerto (Quatacker). Doneux/Belgian Radio Ch Orch (in all). [Extensive notes; translation; French pressings] EMI C161-96986/989(4). A-(slight box corner damage/neat tape repair) 60.00

1290. CAMPOLI: Bliss - Violin Concerto; Theme & Cadenza for Violin & Orchestra. Composer/LPO. [great cover portrait of Bliss] London LL-1398. A- to B+ 16.00

CAROL (Norman): See #805.

1291.*EFFENBACH: (Leah): Chopin - Four Scherzi. Aristocrat A-040176. FS 9.00



ELMAN: See #844 & 864.

1292.*FODOR: Kreisler - 12 Pieces. Swedish, piano. RCA ARL1-2365. A- 9.00

1293. FRANCESCATTI: Paganini Caprices (8). Kreisler Favorites (5). Balsam, pf. [blue labels] Col ML-4219. B 10.00

1294.*GERTLER: Bartok - Concerto #1; Two Rhapsodies. Ferencsik/Brno State Philharmonic. [Grand Prix du Disque] Supraphon 50 466. A- 12.00

1295.*GERTLER: Casella - Violin Concerto in a. Matyas Sieber - Fantasia Concertante. Smetacek/Prague Symphony Orch. Supraphon 1 10 1838. A- 12.00

1296. GROSS: (Robert): Hindemith Concerto (Stokowski/NY City Symphony; live, c.1945). Gross - Sonata for Violin & Piano (Leonard Stein, piano). [the sonata is apparently in stereo] Townhall S-32. A- 35.00

1297.*GRUENBERG: Kreisler - Concerto in C (Vivaldi-Kreisler); ten more short works. Howarth/NPO. [Gruenberg was concertmaster of the LSO and later the RPO] Decca PFS-4423. A- 12.00

1298. GRUMIAUX: Tchaikovsky & Bruch Concerti. Lescovich/Vienna Sym. Epic LC-3365. B+ 12.00



HAENDEL: See #766 & 802.

1299. HEIFETZ: Mendelssohn Concerto (Cantelli/NYP). Saint-Saens - Havanaise. Bruch Concerto - slow movement (both with unidentified orchs). Korngold - Garden Scene (Bay, piano). Rococo 2071. A- 14.00

1300.*HEIFETZ: Mozart Concerto #4 (Sargent/LSO); & #5 (Heifetz/Ch Orch). RCA LSC-3265. A- 9.00

1301. HEIFETZ: Short works of Samuel Gardner, Robert Russell Bennett, Susan Dyer, Victor Herbert, Gershwin(9) & Arthur Benjamin. Bay & Kaye, pianists. Decca DL-9760. A--(a few tks beg sds, then OK) 18.00

1302. HEIFETZ: Historic Broadcast Performances. Brahms Concerto (1st & 2nd movements ; Toscanini/NYP; Feb 24, 1935); Bell Telephone broadcasts fr 1930's & 1940's inc concerto movements by Brahms(finale), Lalo Allegro & Scherzando fr Symphonie Espagnole), Goldmark(Air), plus shorter works (some w/Bell Telephone Orch, some with Bay, piano) by Vieuxtemps, Kreisler, Rachmaninov, Hubay, Achron, Novacek, Sarasate & Castelnuovo-Tedesco; final broadcast item is a comedy sketch with Jack Benny! Side 1: Non-broadcast material: two items from Russia in 1911(!), and thirteen test recordings of short Bell Labs made with Heifetz and Bay on December 23, 1932 which never saw commercial release. Strad 3/4(2). A- to A 45.00

1303.*JENSON: Sibelius Concerto. Saint-Saens Intro & Rondo. Ormandy/Phila. [dig] RCA ATC1-3972. A- 10.00

1304. KOGAN: Strauss & Brahms (#1) Violin & Piano Sonatas. Mitnik. MK 1561. A- 12.00

1305. KULENKAMPFF: Sibelius Concerto. Furtwangler/BPO (who also play En Saga). [Concert performances; February 1943] Melodiya M10-45909 004. A- 16.00



LP’s: Violinists, continued
1306. MARTZY: Franck & Ravel Sonatas. Antonietti, pf. [rec 1959 & 1965] Coup d'Archet COUP-001. A- to A 68.00

1307.*MENUHIN: Beethoven - Romances #1 & #2. Wieniawski - Legend. Chausson - Poeme. Berlioz - Romance, Reverie et Caprice. Pritchard/PO. EMI SXLP-30249. A- 12.00

1308.*MENUHIN: Beethoven Sonata # 7 & #10. Kempff, piano. DGG 2530 346. A- to A(c/c) 9.00

1309.*MENUHIN: Bruch Concerti #1 & #2. Boult/LSO. Angel S-36920. A- 7.00

1310.*MENUHIN: Mendelssohn - Concerti in e and d (1822). Fruhbeck de Burgos/LSO. Angel S-36850. A- 9.00

1311.*MENUHIN: Vieuxtemps Concerto #4 (Susskind/PO) & #5 (Fistoulari/PO). [French-only notes] EMI 2C053-01291. A- 12.00



MENUHIN: See also #111, 731, 844, 866, 1041, 1047, 1104, 1266,; as conductor: 1601, 1602 .

1312. MICHAELIAN: (Ernest): Sonatas by Delius (#3) & Dohnanyi. Hagopian, pf. Music Library MLR-7047. A- 12.00

1313.*MILSTEIN: Music of Old Russia: Works of Rachmaninoff (Vocalise); Moussorgsky/Kreisler; Glazounov; Tchaikovsky; Tchaikovsky/Glazounov(2); Rimsky-Korsakov/Kreisler. Irving/Orch. [blue labels] Angel S-36002. A-(a little crackle at start of side 2) 20.00

1314. MILSTEIN: Prokofiev 1st Concerto. Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Golschmann/St. Louis Sym. Cap P-8303. A--/B+ 12.00

1315.*MINTZ: Sibelius & Dvorak Concerti. Levine/BPO. DGG 419 618-1. A- to A 9.00

1316. MORINI: Brahms Concerto. Rodzinski/PSOL. West XWN-18600. B+(looks pristine, but slightly prickly pressing) 16.00



MORINI: See also #810.

1317.*MURRAY: (Robert): Saint-Saens Sonatas #1 & #2. Abbott, piano. MHS 3785. A- 8.00

1318.*OISTRAKH: (Igor): Paganini - Eight Caprices from Op.1; five more pieces (All with Zertsalova, piano). Saint-Saens - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso; Havanaise. Chausson - Poeme. Ravel - Tzigane. (All with Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio Orch. [some amazing fiddling here!] MHS 824311(2). A- 9.00

1319. OISTRAKH: Concerti by Khachaturian & Kabalevsky, conducted by their composers. National Philharmonic. Bruno BR-14001. A-(superior pressing for this label) 12.00

1320. OISTRAKH: Concerti by Mozart (#5), Brahms & Tchaikovsky. Konwitschny/Staatskapelle Dresden. [recorded in mono only, 1954; German-only notes] Heliodor 2700 111(2). A- to A(lovely pressing) 19.00

1321.*OISTRAKH: Khachaturian Concerto. Khachaturian/Moscow Radio. Mel-Angel SR-40002. A- 9.00

1322. OISTRAKH: Prokofiev 1st & Bruch Concerti. Von Matacic/LSO. Angel 35243. A- 18.00

1324.*PERLMAN: Paganini - The Twenty-Four Caprices. Angel S-36860. A-(c/c) 9.00

1325.*PERLMAN: Prokofiev - Concerto #1 & #2. Rozhdestvensky/BBC Sym. [dig] Angel DS-37800. A-(c/c) 9.00

1326. PRIHODA: Dvorak - Sonatine (Raucheisen, pf; rec 1946(?)). Smetana - Aus der Heimat (Graef, piano). KULENKAMPFF: Beethoven Sonata #9 (Kempff, pf; rec 1940). [notes German] Heliodor 2548 712. A- 45.00

1327.*QUEEN ELIZABETH OF BELGIUM: INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION: VIOLIN - 1985. Nai Yuan Hu (Taiwan; 1st Prize): Elgar Concerto; Jean-Marie Simonis - Cantilene for Violin & Orchestra. Ik-Hwan Bae (USA; 2nd Prize): Brahms Concerto. Henry Raudales (Guatemala; 3rd Prize): Wienawski Concerto #1. All accompanied by Georges Octors/Belgian National Orchestra. [Very nice booklet has detailed information about all twelve of the prize winners] Phonic S.A. Belgium 1980 080/2(3). A- to A 45.00

1328. RABIN: Paganini (#1) & Glazounov Concerti. Matacic/PO. Angel 35259. A--/A- 25.00

1329. RENARDY: Franck & Ravel Sonatas. List, piano. Remington R-199-148. B+(nice copy for a Remington) 59.00

1330. RICCI: Paganini Caprices # 1 - #12. London LLP-264. B- 9.00

1331. RICCI: Paganini Caprices #13 - #24. London LLP-252. B- 9.00

1332.*RICCI: Virtuoso Pieces for Solo Violin: Saint-Lubin, Wieniawski, Paganini, Kreisler, Ernst, Tarrega, Zito, Bach-Brahms-Ricci. Col M-35159. A- 12.00

1333.*ROSAND: Sibelius - Six Humoresques (first recording). Sarasate - Zigeunerweisen; Carmen Fantasy. Tchaikovsky - Serenade Melancolique. Szoke/SWDR. Vox STPL-511.600. A- 12.00

1334. ROSTAL: Busoni Sonata #2. Mewton-Wood, piano. [tough to find!] West XWN-18426. A- 33.00

1335.*SENOFSKY: Strauss Sonata. Brahms Sonata #2. Vanden Eynden, piano. Queen Elizabeth International Music Competition 1980 008. A-(1-inch x 4-inch tear in front cover) 16.00

1336. SHAPIRO: (Eudice): Stravinsky - Duo Concertante; Divertimento from Baisee de la Fee (arranged for violin & piano by Stravinsky & Dushkin). Brooks Smith, piano. Ava A-15. A- 13.00



SHAPIRO: See also #820 & 829 (as leader of American Art Quartet).

1337.*SITKOVETSKY: Short pieces by Sarasate(2), Bartok, Ernst, Bazzini, Lipinski, Szymanowski & Wieniawski(2). Davidovich and Naum Walter, pianists. Melodiya 33C10-06835-36. A- 12.00

SPIVAKOVSKY: See #944.

1338. SPALDING: Tartini - Sonata in g. Corelli - Sonatas in A & D; La Folia. Bach - Prelude in f#. Kooiker, piano. Remington RLP-199-23. B(back cover pasted on upside down!) 40.00

1339.*SUK: (playing viola): Berlioz - Harold in Italy. Fischer-Dieskau/CPO. [quad] Supraphon 4 10 2005. A- 9.00

1340. SZIGETI: Bartok - Contrasts (Composer, piano; Goodman, clarinet); Rhapsody #1 (Composer, piano); Portrait #1 (Lambert/PO). [10-inch] Col ML-2213. B to B- 12.00

1341. SZIGETI: Beethoven Sonata #7. Horszowski, piano. [10-inch] Col ML-2097. B 32.00

1342. SZIGETI: Prokofiev - Sonata for Solo Violin; Five Melodies for Violin & Piano. Ravel - Sonata. Hindemith - Sonata #3. Bussotti, piano (in all but Prokofiev solo). Col ML-5178. B("6-eyes" labels) 12.00

1343. SZIGETI: The Art of Joseph Szigeti - In Honor of His 80th Birthday. Beethoven Concerto (Walter/British Sym); Brahms Concerto (Harty/Halle Orch); Prokofiev 1st, Mozart 4th & Mendelssohn Concerti (Beecham/LPO); Bach Concerto in d (from BWV 1052; Stiedry/New Friends of Music); Beethoven Sonatas #5 & #10 (Schnabel, piano; Live, Frick Museum, 1948: 1st release in this album); Handel Sonata in D & works of Dvorak, Kreisler, Stravinsky & Rimsky (Magaloff, piano); Bartok: Hungarian Folk Tunes & Roumanian Folk Dances (Bartok, piano); Bach Sonata #1 & Praeludium from Partita #3 (all by himself!). [With booklet of photos and tributes by B.H.Haggin & Goddard Lieberson] Col M6X-31513(6). A- 68.00

1344. THIBAUD: Franck & Faure (#1) Sonatas. Cortot, piano. French EMI 1435331. A- 18.00

1345. TOTENBERG: Bloch Concerto. Bartok - Rhapsody #1. Golschmann/VSOO. Van VRS-1083. B+ 9.00

1346.*WEISS: (Sidney): Walton & Elgar Sonatas. Jeanne Weiss, piano. Unicorn RHS-341. A- 12.00



LP's: Cellists
1347. CASALS: Homage to Pablo Casals - Performances from Prades & Perpignan Festivals, 1950-52. BACH - Cello Sonatas #1 - #3 (Casals; Baumgartner); Concerto for Violin & Oboe, BWV 1060 (Stern; Tabuteau); Concerto for Two Violins, BWV 1043 (Stern; Schneider). MOZART: Sinfonia Concertante for Violin & Viola, K.364 (Stern; Primrose); Piano Concerti #9 (Hess) & #22 (Serkin). SCHUMANN: Trio #1 (Schneider; Casals; Horszowski). BRAHMS: String Sextet #1 (Stern; Schneider; Katims; Thomas; Casals; Foley). The conductor is Casals in all pieces with orchestral accompaniment. Col M5X-32768(5). A-(5 loud ticks Bach Sonata #1) 45.00

1348.*COHEN: Dvorak Concerto. Tchaikovsky - Rococo Variations. Macal/LPO. EMI CFP-40361. A- 9.00

1349. JANIGRO: Haydn Concerto in D. Boccherini Concerto. Prohaska/VSOO. West WL-5126. A- 12.00

1350.*LODEON: Boccherini Concerti #2 & #3. Jordan/Lausanne Ch Orch. Erato STU-71369. A-(c/c) 9.00

1351. MAYES: Sonatas by Haydn & Breval (Pearlman, piano). Beethoven "Eyeglass" Duet (DePasquale, viola). Mozart Sonata for Bassoon & Cello (Walt, bassoon). Boston B-210. A- 12.00

1352. NAVARRA: Saint-Saens 1st & Lalo Concerti. Young/Paris Opera Orch. Cap P-8318. A- 12.00



PIATIGORSKY: See #840, 844, 882, 883, 888 & 1440.

STARKER: See #1629.
LP's: Pianists
1353.*20TH CENTURY BRITISH PIANO: CONCERTI: IRELAND (Horsley; Cameron/RPO); BRITTEN (Abram; Menges/PO); BLISS (Barnard; Sargent/PO); RAWSTHORNE #1 (Lympany; Menges/PO); RUBBRA (Matthews; Sargent/BBC Sym); TIPPETT (Ogdon; Davis/PO); WILLIAMSON (Pryor; Zaliouk/ECO Strings). EMI SLS-5080(3). A-(minor box flaws) 45.00

1354. ALEXANDROVITCH: (Georges): Chopin - Rondo a la Mazur. Maria Agata Szymanowska (1789-1831) - Etudes(5); Minuet; Polonaise; Nocturne. Franz Lessel (1790-1839) - Variations #1. Musidisc RC-782. A- 12.00

1355.*ANDA: Mozart Concerti #20 & #21. Anda also conducts Vienna Sym. Eurodisc 86 947. A- to A 9.00

1356.*ARGERICH: Chopin (#2) & Schumann Concerti. Rostropovich/National Sym. DGG 2531 042. A- to A 9.00

1357.*ARGERICH & BISHOP KOVACEVICH: Bartok Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion (Goudsward; de Roo). Debussy - En Blanc et Noir. Mozart - Andante with Five Variations, K.501. Philips 9500 434. 10.00

1358.*ARGERICH & FRIERE: Lutoslawski - Paganini Variations. Rachmaninoff - Suite #2. Ravel - La Valse. [two pianos; dig] Philips 6514 369. A- to A 10.00

1359. ARRAU: Liszt Concerto #1 (Rosbaud/Berlin Radio Orch; recorded 1942). Beethoven Sonatas #13 & #26 (live, 1968). Melodiya M10-43967-8. A-(brief lgt tks beg sd 2) 12.00

1360. ARRAU: An 80th Birthday Tribute. Beethoven Sonatas #24 & #31; Schubert Moments Musicaux & Impromptus #9 & #11; Schumann Carnaval; Weber Konzertstuck (Galliera/PO); Chopin Etudes (4); Short works of Debussy(3), Granados, Liszt, Chopin & Mendelssohn. [rec 1929-1960; only Konzertstuck & Moments are in stereo] EMI RLS-7712. A- 30.00

1361. ARRAU: Historic Recordings: Works of Balakirev, Busoni, Stravinsky, Liszt(8), Chopin(7), Debussy & Schubert(2). [Most recorded 1927-30; one each from 1932, 1936, 1950, 1951 & 1957] Desmar GHP-4001/2(2). A- 15.00

1362.*ASHKENAZY: Schumann Concerto; Introduction & Allegro in G, Op.92; Introduction & Allegro in d, Op.134. Segal/LSO. London CS-7082. A- to A(Dutch pressing) 11.00

1363.*ASKENASE: (Stefan): Chopin Preludes(24). Heliodor 89 605. A-(Canadian pressing) 12.00

1364. BACHAUER: Scriabin - 24 Preludes, Op.11. Brahms - Waltzes, Op.39. Cap G-7110. A- to B+(Brahms A-) 12.00



BACHAUER: See also #734 & 962.

1365. BACKHAUS: Beethoven Sonata #10, 22 & 24. London CM-9057. A- 10.00

1366.*BARENBOIM: Schubert - Eight Impromptus (Op.90 & Op.142). DGG 2530 986. A- to A 8.00

1367.*BISHOP: Bartok Concerto #1 & #3. Davis/LSO. Philips 9500 043. A- to A 8.00

1368. BOLET: Chopin - The Four Scherzi. Remington R-199-161. A--(lovely copy for a Remington!) 40.00

1369. BOLET: Prokofiev Concerto #2. Johnson/Cincinnati Sym. Remington R-199-182. A-- 18.00

1370. BRAILOWSKY: Chopin Etudes - Op.10, Op.25 & Trois Nouvelles Etudes. Schumann - Etudes Symphoniques. [SD labels] RCA LM-6000(2). A--(by far the finest copy I've ever seen) 25.00

BRAILOWSKY: See also #877, 943 & 947.

1371. CASADESUS: (Jean): Bach Concerti #1 & #5; Toccata & Fugue in c. [scarce recording by Robert & Gaby Casadesus' son] [US pressing] Angel 45003. A- 20.00



JEAN CASADESUS: See also #661 & 1373.

1372.*CASADESUS: Beethoven Concerto #1 & #4. Van Beinum/ACO. [very scarce in this initial issue] Col MS-6111. A-(very early "6-eyes" labels) 35.00

1373.*CASADESUS: His own Piano Concerto (Composer; Martinon/ORTF); and Concerto for Three Pianos (Composer; Gaby & Jean Casadesus; Dervaux/Colonne Orch). Col M-30946. A- 12.00

1374.*CHERKASSKY: Chopin Polonaises, #1-#7. DGG 139 420. A- 9.00



CHERKASSKY: See also #793 & 814.

1375.*CICCOLINI: Albeniz - Iberia (complete). Seraphim SIB-6091(2). A- 9.00

1376.*CICCOLINI: Chopin - The 18 Waltzes. Pathe C 053-10013. A-(French-only notes) 12.00

1377. CORTOT: Chopin - Ballade #3. Schumann - Papillons. Ravel - Sonatine; Jeux d'Eau. Debussy Preludes (4). Plus short pieces by Chopin, Chopin-Liszt, Schumann & Albeniz(2). [recorded 1931-48] EMI HQM-1182. A- 20.00

1378. CORTOT: Chopin - Ballades #1-#4; Fantaisie, Op.49. [Japanese-only notes] Japanese EMI GR-2054. A- to A(slight cover scuffs; lovely pressing) 18.00

1379. CORTOT: Chopin - Six Waltzes; Three Nocturnes; Etude; Barcarolle. [scarce!] RCA LHMV-1032. B- 12.00

1380. CORTOT: Chopin Preludes, Op.28; Prelude in c#, Op.45; Deux Chants Polonais. [recorded 1933-39; 1949(Op.45); A.C.Griffith transfers] World Record Club SH-327. A- 18.00

1381. CORTOT: Chopin Waltzes. [recorded 1934; A.C.Griffith transfers] World Record Club SH-383. A- 18.00

1382. CORTOT: Franck - Prelude, Choral & Fugue; Prelude, Aria & Finale; Symphonic Variations (Ronald/LSO). [recorded 1927-32; Keith Hardwick transfers] French EMI 2902671. A- 12.00

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1383. CORTOT: Ravel - Left-Hand Concerto (1939; Munch/PCO). Saint-Saens Concerto #4 (1935; Munch/Orch). [notes in Japanese only] Japanese EMI GR-2112. A-(slight cover scuffs) 10.00

1384.*CYRIL SMITH & PHYLLIS SELLICK: Concertos for Phyllis & Cyril: BLISS - Concerto for Two Pianos (arranged for three hands). GORDON JACOB - Concerto for Three Hands on One or Two Pianos. MALCOLM ARNOLD - Concerto for Phyllis & Cyril. Arnold/City of Birmingham Sym. [the works were either written or re-arranged to accomodate Smith's loss of the use of his left hand] EMI CSD-1506. A- 16.00

1385.*DICHTER: Brahms Concerto #2. Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch. Philips 9500 414. A- to A 9.00

1386. DOHNANYI: Dohnanyi - Four Rhapsodies. Schumann - Scenes from Childhood, Op.15 (Dohnanyi announces the title of each section before playing it). Remington RLP-199-43. B 16.00



DORFMANN: See #788, 795, 801, 870, 933 & 934.

1387.*EGOROV: Schumann - Carnaval; Papillons; Toccata. [dig] Electrola 1C067-43 139. A- to A 9.00

1388.*ENTREMONT: Rachmaninoff Concerti #1 & 4. Ormandy/Phila. Col MS-6517. A- 9.00

1389. FISCHER: (Annie): Mozart Concerto #20 & #23. Boult/PO. English Columbia 33CX-1686. B to B+ 12.00

1390. FISCHER: (Annie): Mozart Concerto #21 & #22. Sawallisch/PO. English Columbia 33CX-1630. A-- 20.00

1391. FISCHER: Bach Concerto #1, #4 & #5. Fischer/His Ch Orch. [recorded 1933-38; Japanese-only notes] EMI GR-2009. A- to A(c/c; slight jacket scuffs) 12.00

1392. FISCHER: Mozart - Concerti #22 & #24; Symphony #35. Danish Ch Orch. [Live; early 1950's?] Discocorp IGI-329(2). A-(brief tks beg sym) 19.00

1393. FLIER: Chopin Sonata #2; 7 Mazurkas. MK 1549. A-- 10.00

1394. GIESEKING: Schumann - Kreisleriana. Bach - English Suite #6. [I am no expert on Gieseking, but the former owner of this record noted that the CD issue of Kreisleriana included only about half of the work] Urania URLP-7107. A--(only a bit of crackle or it would be A-) 75.00

1395. GODOWSKY: Chopin Sonata #2. Short works of Debussy, Sinding, Chaminade, Rubinstein, Tchaikovsky & Schubert-Godowsky(2). [recorded 1930 (Chopin; for British Columbia) & 1925-26 (the rest; for Brunswick)] International Piano Archives IPA 113. A- 16.00

1396. GODOWSKY: American Recordings, 1913-26: Short works of Mendelssohn(2), Chopin(7), Chopin-Liszt(2), Verdi-Liszt, Dohnanyi, Liszt(4), Verdi-Liszt, Henselt(2), Rubinstein, Godowsky(3), Smith-Godowsky, Bishop-Godowsky, Schubert-Godowsky, Albeniz, Schutt(2), Rubinstein(2), Debussy(2), Lane, Schubert-Tausig, Sinding, Zeckwer & MacDowell. Archive Piano Recordings APR-7011(2). A- to A 24.00

1397. GODOWSKY: Complete UK Columbia Recordings (1928-30): Beethoven Sonata #26. Schumann - Carnaval. Grieg - Ballade in g. Chopin - Sonata #2; Nocturnes (12). [DMM] Archive Piano Recordings APR-7010(2). A- to A 24.00

1398.*HALL: (Steven): Rachmaninov Sonata #2. Beethoven Sonata #16. Chopin - Trois Ecossaises; Polonaise-Fantaisie, Op.61. [dig; DMM] ACA CM-20001-1. A- to A 12.00

1399. HOROWITZ: Chopin Nocturnes(4), Scherzi(2), & Barcarolle. RCA LM-2137. A- to B+ 8.00

1400. HORSLEY: Rachmaninoff - Eight Preludes; Eight Transcriptions. Cap G-7136. A- 12.00

1401. HORSZOWSKI: Schubert - Sonata for Violin & Piano (Alexander Schneider, violin). ISTOMIN: Mozart Piano Quartet, K.493 (Stern; Katims; Mischa Schneider). Col ML-5237. A--("6-eyes" labels) 16.00



JANIS: See #789, 797, 1010 & 1277.

1402.*KALICHSTEIN: Mendelssohn Concerto #1 (Previn/LSO); Fantasie, Op.28; Variations Serieuses. RCA LSC-3239. A- 15.00

1403. KAPELL: Khachaturian Concerto (Koussevitzky/BSO); 18th Variation from Paganini Rhapsody (Reiner/Robin Hood Dell); Albeniz Evocation; Liszt Mephisto Waltz. [SD labels] RCA LM-2588. A- 20.00

KAPELL: See also #850, 887 & 942.

1404.*KATSARIS: Beethoven - Symphony #9 (arr. Liszt). [dig; DMM] Telefunken 6.42956. A- to A 9.00

1405.*KEMPFF: Beethoven Concerto #5. Leitner/BPO. DGG 138 777. A- to A(c/c) 12.00

1406. KEMPFF: Mozart Concerto # 9 & #15. Munchinger/Stuttgart Ch Orch; OSR Winds. London LL-988. B 9.00

1407. KENTNER: Liszt - Sonetti del Petrarca #47, #104 & #123. Gounod-Liszt - Faust Waltz. Chopin - Impromptu #1; Nocturne #8; Fantasie Impromptu, Op.66. Capitol P-8400. A-(a little writing on back cover) 12.00

1408. KRAUS: Haydn Sonatas #1 & #7. [10-inch] Polydor Vox PL-1740. B++ 25.00

1409. LEVANT: Rubinstein Concerto #4. Mitropoulos/NYP. Col ML-4599. B+ to B(varies) 9.00

1410. LIPATTI: Chopin - Waltzes #1-14. EMI HLM-7075. A- to A 9.00

1411. LIPATTI: Chopin Sonata #3; Barcarolle in f#. Ravel - Alborada. Liszt - Sonetto del Petrarca #104. Scarlatti - Two Sonatas. Bach - Jesu. [recorded 1947-8] EMI HQM-1163. A- 14.00

1412. LONG: (Marguerite): Faure - Piano Quartet #1 (1956; Trio Pasquier) & #2 (1940; Thibaud; Vieux; Fournier). French EMI 2C051-12815. A- 16.00

1413. LUBOSHUTZ & NEMENOFF: Reger - Introduction, Passacaglia & Fugue. Encore pieces by Weber, Chopin, Portnoff & Rossini. Remington R-199-143. B+ 12.00

1414. LUBOSHUTZ & NEMENOFF DUO: Brahms - Haydn Variations. Saint-Saens - Beethoven Variations. Schumann - Andante & Variations. Mendelssohn-Luboshutz - Allegro Brillant. Camden CAL-206. B 10.00

1415.*MICHELANGELI: Concerti of Mozart(#13 & #15), Beethoven(#5), Schumann & Ravel (G-major). Carracciolo, Rossi, Sanzogno/Misc Italian Radio Orchestras. [Broadcast performance, 1947-58] Replica RPL-2457/59(3). A- to A 35.00

1416.*MICHELANGELI: Rachmaninov Concerto #4. Ravel - Concerto in G. Gracis/PO. [Notes in French only] French EMI C 053-00140. A- to A 12.00

1417. MICHELANGELI: Schumann Concerto (Rossi/RAI Turin; Live 1955); Grieg Concerto (Fruhbeck de Burgos/NPO; Live 1968). Dis 3701. A- 10.00

1418. MOISEIWITSCH: Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody #2. Short works of Debussy(3), Ravel, Chopin(2), Poulenc, Stravinsky, Mendelssohn, Khachaturian & Rachmaninov. [recorded 1938-49] EMI HQM-1153. A-(c/c) 20.00

1419. MOISEIWITSCH: Rachmaninoff - Moiseiwitsch's Complete Recordings, 1937-48: Concerti #1 (Sargent/PO; 1948) & #2 (Goehr/LPO; 1937); Paganini Rhapsody (Cameron/LPO; 1938); Preludes(5); Moment Musical; Lilacs; scherzo from Midsummer Night's Dream. Archive Piano Recordings APR-7004(2). A- to A 20.00

MOISEIWITSCH: See also #775, 791 & 824.

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1420.*MONSTER CONCERT: Ten Pianos & Sixteen Pianists in Blue Danube Waltzes, Maple Leaf Rag, William Tell Overture, Stars & Stripes and four more pieces. Pianists include Eugene List, Frank Glazer, Barry Snyder, Maria Luisa Faini & others associated with the Eastman School of Music. Conducted by Samuel Adler. [quad] Col MQ-31726. A-(very slight water damage to jacket) 12.00

1421.*MORAVEC: Beethoven Concerto #3. Neumann/CPO. ProArte PAL-1016. A-(c/c) 7.00

1422. NAT: Schubert - Moments Musicaux. Schumann - Carnaval de Vienne. French EMI 2C051-73033. A- 12.00

1423. NAT: Schumann - Kreisleriana; Fantasienstucke, Op.12; Scenes d'Enfants, Op.15; Humoresque; Toccata; Arabesque; Etudes Symphoniques, Op.13; Novellettes, Op.21; Trois Romances, Op.28; Fantasie, Op.17; Concerto (Bigot/Orch). [recorded 1954-56, except concerto in 1933; French-only notes] French EMI 2C153-10960/4(5). A- to A 68.00

1424. PETRI: Beethoven Sonata #24; works of Schubert-Liszt(3), Busoni(4) & Liszt(4). EMI HQM-1112. A-- 15.00

1425. PETRI: Beethoven Sonata #29. West XWN-18747. A- 18.00

1426. PETRI: Franck - Prelude, Chorale & Fugue. Medtner - 2 Dances; Danza Festiva. Busoni - Indian Fantasy. Liszt - Three Petrarch Sonatas. [ Swiss radio, 1957-58; Franck in stereo] dell'Arte DA-9009. A- to A 18.00

1427.*POGORELICH: Chopin Concerto #2 (Abbado/CSO); Polonaise, Op.44. [dig] DGG 410 507-1. A- to A 9.00

1428.*POLLINI: Chopin Concerto #1. Kletzki/PO. [Issued April 1961 - one of Pollini's very first recordings; nice young cover photo with Kletzki] Capitol SG-7241. A- 9.00

1429.*POLLINI: Schumann - Sonata #1; Fantasia, Op.17. DGG 2530 379. A- to A 8.00

1430.*POLLINI: Stravinsky - 3 Mvmnts Petrouchka. Prokofiev Sonata #7. DGG 2530 225. A- to A(demo copy) 9.00

1431.*PONTI: Operatic Paraphrases for Solo Piano by Liszt (Don Giovanni & Rigoletto), Thalberg (Robert le Diable), Moszkowski (Tales of Hoffmann) & Paul Pabst (Eugene Onegin). Turn TVS-34674. FS 9.00

1432.*POSTNIKOVA: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1 & #3. Rozhdestvensky/Vienna Sym. [dig] [Dutch press] London 410 112-1. A- to A 10.00

1433.*POSTNIKOVA & ROZHDESTVENSKY: Brahms - Four-hand Piano Music: Four Fantasies; Sixteen Waltzes; Schumann Variations. Melodiya 33C10-09521-2. A- 9.00

1434.*RICHTER: Bach - Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1. Mel-Angel SRC-4119(3). A- 20.00

1435. RICHTER: Prokofiev Concerto #1 (Ancerl/Prague Sym). Also - Prokofiev Symphony #7 (Anosov/CPO; Richter not involved!) Supraphon SUA-10264. A- 12.00

1436. RICHTER: Tchaikovsky - Grand Sonata. Schumann - Humoreske. Odyssey Y-35204. A- 9.00

1437.*RICHTER-HAASER: Beethoven Sonatas #31 & #32. Angel S-35749. A-(earliest U.S. red labels) 12.00

1438. ROSENTHAL: Complete HMV Recordings, 1934-37. Twenty-four recordings; nineteen are Chopin; also J.Strauss(2), Schubert-Liszt, Schubert & Rosenthal. This 1987 issue was the first issue of any of these recordings on LP, and the first issue ever of eleven of them. [transfers by Bryan Crimp] Archive-Piano Recordings APR-7002(2). A- to A 30.00

1439. RUBINSTEIN: Bach - Toccata & Fugue in C, BWV 564. Chopin - Three Mazurkas; Berceuse; Barcarolle. Short works of Albeniz(3), Granados & Villa-Lobos(3). [recorded 1928-34] Electrola 1C027-1435551. A- 10.00

1440. RUBINSTEIN: Brahms Piano Quartet #1 (Pro Arte Quartet Members);Violin & Piano Sonata #3 (Kochansky); Cello & Piano Sonata (Piatigorsky). Franck Sonata for Violin & Piano (Heifetz). German Electrola 1C137-1544553(2). A- 18.00

1441. RUBINSTEIN: Mozart Concerto #23 & Tchaikovsky Concerto #1 (Barbirolli/LSO; 1931/32). Beethoven Concerto #4 (Beecham/RPO; 1947). Brahms Concerto #2 (Coates/LSO: 1929). Rachmaninov - Paganini Rhapsody (Susskind/PO; 1947). German Electrola 1C137-1544273(3). A- 25.00

1442. SCHNABEL: (Helen & Karl Ulrich): Weber - Five Pieces. Mendelssohn - Allegro Brillant; Andante Tranquillo con Variazioni. SPA 50. A- 25.00

1443. SCHNABEL: Mozart Concerti #21 (Sargent/LSO) & #27 (Barbirolli/LSO). EMI COLH-67. A- 9.00

1444. SCHNABEL: Schubert, Volume 1: Piano Quintet (Pro Arte Quartet Members); Five Marches & Rondo in A (with Karl Ulrich Schnabel); Piano Sonata #17; Impromptus #1-#4; Allegretto. EMI RLS-7713(3). A- 25.00

1445.*SERKIN: Beethoven Concerti #1 - #5; Choral Fantasy. Ormandy/Phila (in #1, #2 & #4); Bernstein/NYP (in the rest; with Westminster Choir in Choral Fantasy). Col D4S-740(4). A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 35.00

1446. SERKIN: Beethoven Concerto #5. Ormandy/Phila. [rec 1950] Col ML-4373. A-("6-eyes" labels) 15.00

1447. SERKIN: Beethoven Sonata #21 & #30. Col ML-4620. A-("6-eyes" labels) 12.00

1448. SERKIN: Schubert Sonata in C; Moments Musicaux, Op.94. Col ML-5153. A--("6-eyes") 10.00

1449. SERKIN: Strauss - Burleske. Schumann Concerto. Ormandy/Phila. [rec 1955/56; mono only] Col ML-5168. A-("6-eyes" labels) 12.00

1450.*SGOUROS: Rachmaninov Concerto #3. Simonov/BPO. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38105. A- to A(demo) 9.00

SMETERLIN: See also #822.

1451. SOFRONITZKI: Schubert Sonata #21. Schubert/Liszt - Five Song Transcriptions. [rec 1960, Moscow Conservatory] Harmonia Mundi-HMC-5169. A- to A 15.00

1452. SOLOMON: "Tribute to Solomon." BEETHOVEN - Sonata #18. BRAHMS - Handel Variations; Intermezzo. BLISS - Concerto (Boult/ Liverpool Phil). LISZT - Hungarian Fantasy (Susskind/PO). CHOPIN - Fantasia, Two Waltzes, Two Polonaises, Two Studies, Berceuse, Nocturne, Ballade. [70th Birthday tribute, 1972. With written contributions from Bliss, Janet Baker, Boult, Ormandy, Moore, seven more.] EMI RLS-701(3). A- 59.00

1453. SOLOMON: Beethoven Sonatas #1, #3, #7, #8, #13, #14, #17, #18, #21-#23, #26-#32. [Recorded 1948-56; only #7 and #27 are in stereo] EMI RLS-722(7). A- 77.00

1454.*SZIDON: Villa-Lobos - Cirandas; Cirandinhas. MHS 824767(2). A- 12.00

1455. TEMPLETON: Gershwin Concerto. Johnson/Cincinnati. [scarce; nice copy] Remington R-199-184. A-- 25.00

1456.*VARSANO: Satie - 5 Gnossiennes; 3 Gymnopedies; 2 Sarabandes; Sonatine Bureaucratique; Nocturne; three more pieces. Col M-36694. A-(demo copy) 9.00

1457.*WATTS: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Bernstein/NYP. Col M-33071. A-(demo copy) 8.00

1458.*WEISSENBERG: Prokofiev Concerto #3. Ravel - Concerto in G. Ozawa/Paris Orch. Angel S-36785. A- 10.00

1459.*WEISSENBERG: Rachmaninoff - The 23 Preludes (complete). RCA LSC-7069(2). A- 9.00

1460.*WILD: Paderewski Concerto (Fiedler/LSO); Fantaisie Polonaise. RCA LSC-3190. A-(c/c) 12.00

1461. YUDINA: (Maria): Hindemith Sonata #3. Shostakovich Sonata #2. MK 1567. A- 20.00


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