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



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LP's: Conductors
1462.*ABBADO: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #2; The Tempest. CSO. [dig] CBS IM-39359. A- 9.00

1463. ABENDROTH: Brahms - Symphony #1. Leipzig Radio Sym. Supraphon LPV-69. A-(minor tape repair to very attractive jacket) 32.00

1464. ABENDROTH: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch (other issues credit Leipzig Radio Orch). Saga XID-5239. A- 12.00

1465.*ABRAVANEL: Franck Symphony. Utah Sym. West WST-14062. A--(c/c; couple of light blemishes sd 2) 12.00

1466.*ANDRE: Delibes - Sylvia & Coppelia Suites. Belgian National Radio Orch. Telefunken TCS-18006. A- 10.00

1467. ANDRE: Franck - Psyche. Arthur de Greef - Four Old Flemish Folksongs. Belgian Radio Orch. Telefunken LGX-66024. A- 10.00

1468.*ANDRE: French Overtures - Fra Diavolo, Masaniello, Zampa, Mignon, Si j'Etais Roi & Roman Carnival. Belgian National Radio Orch. Telefunken TCS-18016. A- 10.00

1469. ANDRE: Liszt - Les Preludes. Tchaikovsky - Capriccio Italien. Belgian Radio Orch. [10-inch; German-only notes] Telefunken TW-30006. A-- 10.00

1470. ANDRE: Ravel - Bolero. Brussels Radio Sym. KRAUSS: Falla - 3-Cornered Hat Dances. VPO. [10-inch] Capitol Telefunken L-8096. B+ 13.00

1471. ANDRE: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2; La Valse. Brussels Radio Orch. [10-inch] Capitol Telefunken L-8145. B+ 10.00

1472.*ANDRE: Respighi - Pines & Fountains of Rome. Belgian Radio. Telefunken SMA-4. A-(British pressing) 13.00

1474. ANDRE: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. Belgian Radio. Telefunken LGX-66018. A-(lovely copy) 13.00

1475. ANSERMET: Prokofiev - Classical Symphony. OSR. [10-inch] London LD-9114. B+ 12.00

1476. ANSERMET: Rachmaninoff - Isle of the Dead. Dukas - La Peri. PCO. London LL-1155. B++ 9.00



ANSERMET: See also #63, 285, 500, 680, 705, 706 & 1619.

1477.*BARBIROLLI: Brahms - The Four Symphonies; Tragic & Academic Festival Overtures; Haydn Variations. VPO. Angel SDC-3732(4). A-(lovely!) 35.00

1478.*BARBIROLLI: Elgar - Symphony #2; Falstaff. Halle Orch. [Still my favorite Elgar 2nd!] Seraphim SIB-6033(2). A-(c/c) 25.00

1479. BARBIROLLI: Haydn - Symphony #104. Mozart - Serenade, K.525. Elgar - Introduction & Allegro. Purcell - Hornpipe from "The Married Beau." The John Barbirolli Chamber Orchestra. [among Barbirolli's very first records as a conductor, these were recorded in 1928/29] The Barbirolli Society SJB-104. A- to A 25.00

1480. BARBIROLLI: Rubbra - Symphony #5. Sibelius - Symphony #5. Barbirolli/Halle Orch. [only in print 8/52 - 3/56] RCA LHMV-1011. B 10.00

1481.*BARBIROLLI: Schonberg - Pelleas & Melisande. NPO. [blue labels] Angel S-36509. A- 15.00

1482.*BARBIROLLI: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. LSO. [One of Barbirolli's final recordings - includes memorial insert] Angel S-36764. A- 12.00

1483.*BARBIROLLI: Strausses - Fledermaus & Gypsy Baron Overtures; Pizzicato & Annen Polkas; Vienna Woods & Blue Danube Waltzes; Radetzky March. Halle Orch. Van SRV-237SD. A- 9.00

1484.*BARBIROLLI: Vaughan Williams: Symphony #2. Halle Orch. [blue labels] Angel S-36478. A- 10.00

BARBIROLLI: See also #124, 459, 779-80, 794, 798, 800, 827-8, 831, 913, 1040, 1042, 1049, 1441,

1443, 1622 & 1635.

1485.*BARENBOIM: Mozart - Symphony #41; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. ECO. Angel S-36761. A- 8.00

1486.*BARSHAI: Beethoven - Symphony #1 - #3; King Stephen & Namensfeier Overtures. Barshai Symphony Orchestra. [fine performances and sound] Eurodisc 87 365(3). A- to A 35.00

1487.*BARSHAI: Beethoven - Symphony #4 - #6; Ruins of Athens & Coriolan Overtures. Barshai Symphony Orchestra. [very nice indeed] Eurodisc 87 366(3). A- to A(very minor box damage) 35.00

1488.*BAUDO: Debussy - Jeux; Afternoon of a Faun; Clarinet Rhapsody. CPO. [notes in Czech only] Supraphon 140 0108. A-(Jeux)(rest A- to B+; AUTOGRAPHED BY BAUDO) 10.00

1489. BEECHAM: Balakirev - Tamara. Dvorak - Symphonic Variations. RPO. [VERY hard to find in such fine condition - by far the best copy I've ever seen] Col ML-4974. A-("6-eyes" labels) 25.00

1490. BEECHAM: Bantock - Fifine at the Fair. Bax - The Garden of Fand. Delius - Dance Rhapsody #1. RPO. [recorded between 1947 and 1952] EMI HQM-1165. A- to A 10.00

1491. BEECHAM: Chabrier - Espana. Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite. Ponchielli - Dance of the Hours. Suppe - Morning, Noon & Night in Vienna Overture. RPO. [Ponchielli is actually Col Sym] Col ML-5171. A-("6-eyes" labels) 15.00

1492. BEECHAM: Delius - North Country Sketches; Eventyr. RPO. [demo copy] Col ML-4637. A-(little or no snd fr lt blem; back cov writing) 12.00

1493. BEECHAM: Delius - Koanga (closing scene); Eventyr; Paris (The Song of a Great City). RPO & Cho. British CBS 61271. A- 12.00

1494. BEECHAM: Elgar - Enigma Variations; Cockaigne Overture; Serenade for String Orchestra. RPO. Col ML-5031. A-("6-eyes;" scarce in such fine condition) 24.00

1495. BEECHAM: Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony. RPO. Col ML-4626. A--("6-eyes" labels) 14.00

1496. BEECHAM: Handel - Faithful Shepherd Suite. Haydn - Symphony #93. RPO. Col ML-54374. A-("6-eyes;" 1st copy I've had in 14 years!) 20.00

1497.*BEECHAM: Haydn - Symphony #103 & #104. RPO. [rec 1958/true stereo; blue labels] Angel S-36256. A- 16.00

1498.*BEECHAM: Haydn - The Seasons. Morison; Young; Langdon; RPO; Beecham Cho Soc. Cap SGCR-7184(3). A-(s/s) 20.00

1499. BEECHAM: Mozart - Symphony #31. Schubert - Symphony #8. RPO. Col ML-4474. B++("6-eyes" labels) 12.00

1500. BEECHAM: Mozart - Symphony #35 & #36. RPO. Col ML-5001. A-("6-eyes" labels) 16.00

1501. BEECHAM: Overtures - Semiramide (Phila); Merry Wives of Windsor (Col Sym); Ruy Blas; Hebrides; La Cambiale di Matrimonio; Morning, Noon & Night in Vienna (last four with RPO). [In special sleeve which identifies this disc as a limited edition bonus for Columbia Record Club members; label is red-white-and-black "6-eyes" design] Col CB-1. B+ 16.00

1502. BEECHAM: Sibelius - Symphony #7. RODZINSKI: Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. NYP in both. [blue labels] Col ML-4086. A- to B++(superlative copy for this issue) 35.00

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1503. BEECHAM: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #2; Waltz of the Flowers. RPO. Col ML-4872. B+("6-eyes" labels) 15.00

1504. BEECHAM: Wagner - Flying Dutchman Overture; Parsifal - Good Friday Spell; Meistersinger - Act III Excerpts; Gotterdammerung - Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music. RPO. Col ML-4962. A-("6-eyes" labels; VERY hard to find quiet copy) 35.00

1505.*BEECHAM: Favorite Overtures - Gazza Ladra; Midsummer Night's Dream; Cambiale di Matrimonio; Fair Melusina; Corsaire. RPO. [Nice cover portrait of Beecham on the Riviera or some similar place!] Capitol SG-7251. A- 18.00

1506.*BEECHAM: Lollipops, Volume II. Trojan March; Samson Bacchanale; Sleep of Juliet; Eugen Onegin Waltz; Minuet of the Will-o'-the-Wisps; pieces by Debussy, Mozart. RPO. [Great bright sunlit photo of Beecham, dressed in full suit and hat, cigar in hand, in front of a house with palm trees & a great flowering bush...] [blue labels] Angel S-35865. A- 16.00



BEECHAM: See also #262, 349, 350, 576, 1343 & 1441.

1507.*BERNSTEIN: Copland - Organ Symphony (Biggs). Bernstein - Serenade for Violin, Strings, Harp & Percussion (Stern). NYP. Col MS-7058. A- 10.00

1508.*BERNSTEIN: Nielsen - Symphony #4. NYP. Col M-30293. FS 9.00

1509.*BERNSTEIN: Stravinsky - Firebird Suite. Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. NYP. Col MS-6014. A- 10.00

1510.*BOHM: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. LSO. [surprisingly ideosyncratic performance for Bohm] DGG 2531 078. A- 10.00

1511.*BOHM: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. LSO. DGG 2531 212. FS 12.00

1512.*BOSKOVSKY: Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #2, #3 & #5; Mephisto Waltz #1. LPO. [quad] Electrola 1C063-02 985. A- to A 10.00

1513.*BOSKOVSKY: Cream Puffs aus Wien. Ten old Viennese dance selections by Beethoven, Lanner, Payer, Gruber, Stelzmuller, Strausses. Boskovsky Ens. Vanguard VRS-1097. A- 10.00

1514. BUSCH: Beethoven - Symphony #8. Haydn - Symphony #100. Austria State Symphony. [in fold-open album, "Fritz Busch Memorial Album"] Masterseal MW-39. B 10.00

1515. BUSCH: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Lindberg-Torlind; Jena; Sjoberg; Byrding; Danish Radio Orch & Cho. [Live; 1950; German-only notes] Heliodor 2548 734. A- to A 12.00

1516. BUSCH: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4. Beethoven - Leonore Overture #2. Brahms - Tragic Overture. Danish Radio Orch. [recorded 1950/51; notes in German only] Heliodor 2548 737. A- 12.00

CAMERON: See #774, 1353 & 1419.

CANTELLI: See #853, 929 & 1299.

CELIBIDACHE: See #772, 800, 802 & 1535.

1517. COLLINS: Elgar - Falstaff. LSO. Decca LXT-2940. A- 12.00

1518.*DAVIS: (Andrew): Dvorak - Slavonic Dances, Op.46. PO. [dig] CBS IM-39010. A- to A 9.00

1519.*DAVIS: Dvorak - Symphony #9. ACO. Philips 9500 511. A- to A 8.00

1520.*DAVIS: Mendelssohn - Symphony #3; Midsummer Night's Dream Overture. BVRS. [dig; DMM] Orfeo S-089 841 A. A- to A 7.00

1521.*DAVIS (COLIN): Haydn - Symphony #100 & #104. [ACO] Philips 9500 510. A- to A(demo copy) 8.00

1522. DE SABATA: Brahms - Symphony #4. Kodaly - Dances from Galanta. BPO. [recorded 1939; German-only notes] Heliodor 88 001. A- 16.00

1523. DE SABATA: Mozart - Requiem. Tassinari; Stignani; Tagliavini; Tajo; Italian Radio Orch & Cho. [April 1939; German-only notes] Heliodor 88 005. A- 18.00

1524. DE SABATA: Strauss - Tod & Verklarung. Wagner - Prelude & Liebestod from Tristan. Verdi - Aida Prelude. BPO. [recorded April 1939; German-only notes] Heliodor 88 002. A- 16.00

DEFAUW: See #806, 807 & 810.

DOBROWEN: See ##447, 497, 773, 783, 786 & 799.

1525.*DORATI: Strauss - Die Frau Ohne Schatten, Symphonic Fantasy; Der Rosenkavalier Suite (arr. Dorati). Detroit Sym. [dig] Decca 411 893-1. A- to A 10.00

1526.*DORATI: Stravinsky - Le Sacre du Printemps. Detroit Sym. [dig] London LDR-71048. A-(demo; slight cover scuffs) 12.00

1527.*DORATI: Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker (complete ballet). ACO. Philips 6747 257(2). A- to A 12.00



DORATI: See also # 29, 76, 79, 81, 689, 695, 722, 723, 726, 731, 734-36, 739, 742, 743 & 769.

1528. EHRLING: Sibelius - The Legends of Lemminkainen. Stockholm Radio Orch. [Ehrling's early Sibelius cycle on Mercury is quite legendary; this is a VERY scarce disc - first copy I've ever seen; the work is variously identified as "Four Legends of the Kalevala," "Lemminkainen Suite," etc.; the most famous movement, of course, is "The Swan of Tuonela," though "Lemminkainen's Return" appears on its own from time to time] Capitol P-8226. B+ 32.00

1529. ENESCO: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsody #1. USSR Sym. [Live, 1946; Enesco adds cymbal crash (a la Scherchen) at start of final chord of the symphony, but then adds another as chord cuts off! Suprisingly good sound for the time and place.] Melodiya M10-49209 004. A- 32.00

1530. FIEDLER: Dvorak - Husitka Overture. Smetana- The Moldau. BPS. [10-inch] RCA LM-1. B+(occ tks) 8.00

1531. FIEDLER: Rossini - William Tell Overture. Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture. BPS. Camden CAL-116. B+ 9.00

FIEDLER: See also #See also #91-93, 128, 856, 871, 886, 889, 893, 896, 903, 954, 970, 976, 978,

987, 988, 1012, 1058 & 1460.

FOURESTIER: See #649, 778 & 785.

1532. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #4; Grosse Guge. BPO. [German-only notes] Heliodor 88 023. A- to A 16.00

1533. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Anders; Briem; Hongen; Watzke; BPO; Kittel Cho. [Live, March 1942] Brahms - Haydn Variations. BPO. [Live, Dec 1943] Unicorn UNI-100/101(2). A- to A 25.00

1534.+FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Schwarzkopf; Hongen; Hopf; Edelmann; Bayreuth Festival Orchestra & Chorus. [Live; July 29, 1951; German-only notes; complimentary copy from Continental Bank, in commemoration of the opening of their Munich branch] Electrola 1C047-00811/12(2). A- to A 20.00




LP’s: Conductors, continued
1535. FURTWANGLER: Excerpts from the soundtrack of the film "Symphony," about the BPO. Includes Furtwangler rehearsing Schubert 8th; performance (apparently live) of Till Eulenspiegel. Also CELIBIDACHE doing complete Egmont Overture. Plus the finale of Mozart 40th and fragments of Coriolan & Meistersinger Overtures, artists not identified, plus brief moments of Edwin Fischer playing and Chaliapin singing. [Very scarce] Period SPL-716. A- 77.00

1536. FURTWANGLER: Furtwangler - Adagio (2nd movement) from Symphonic Concerto for Piano & Orchestra (Edwin Fischer; BPO; 1939). Brahms - Haydn Variations (VPO; 1949). Schumann - Manfred Overture (VPO; 1951). Electrola 1C047-01 415. A- 25.00

1537. FURTWANGLER: Handel - Concerti Grossi Op.6, #5 & #10. Bach - Suite #3. BPO. [recorded 1954, 1950 & 1948; Japanese-only notes] Japanese DGG MG-6010. A- to A(typically silky Japanese pressing) 32.00

1538. FURTWANGLER: Mozart - Serenade #10, K.361. VPO. [recorded 1947] Electrola 1C047-01 244. A- 16.00

1539. FURTWANGLER: Overtures - Alceste; Anacreon; Iphigenie in Aulis; Fidelio; Freischutz; Euryanthe; Oberon; Hebrides; Merry Wives. Schubert - Rosamunde Excerpts. Berlioz - Rakoczy March. Brahms - Hungarian Dances #1-#3. Mozart - Serenade, K.525. Smetana - The Moldau. Liszt - Les Preludes. J.Strauss - Pizzicato Polka. Tchaikovsky - Waltz from Serenade for Strings. VPO. Electrola 1C149-03 584/86(3). A-(minor box scuffs) 45.00

1540. FURTWANGLER: Overtures - Iphigenie en Aulide; Merry Wives; Rosamunde; Hebrides; Manfred. VPO. EMI XLP-30097. A- 16.00

1541. FURTWANGLER: Overtures - Leonora #3; Freischutz; Euryanthe; Oberon; Alceste. VPO. EMI XLP-30090. A- 18.00

1542. FURTWANGLER: Overtures to Fledermaus & Barber of Seville; Invitation to the Dance; Hungarian Dances #1 & #10; Rakoczy March; Entr'acte #2 & Ballet Music #2 from Rosamunde. BPO. [recorded 1929-37; German-only notes] Heliodor 88 021. A- to A 10.00

1543. FURTWANGLER: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2. Wagner - Tristan Prelude & Liebestod. BPO. [Live, 1942 & 1944; Russian-only notes] Melodiya M10-45949 008. A- 18.00

1544. FURTWANGLER: Strauss - Metamorphosen (live, 1947); Don Juan (1947); Till Eulenspiegel (1931). BPO. [German-only notes] Heliodor 2548 719. A- to A 16.00

1545. FURTWANGLER: Strauss - Sinfonia Domestica; Four Songs (Anders). BPO. [live, 1944 and 1942 respectively] Arabesque 8082. A- 10.00

1546. FURTWANGLER: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. VPO. [only in print 8/52 - 3/56; hard to find] RCA LHMV-1005. A-(brief light ticks side 2) 45.00

1547. FURTWANGLER: Wagner - Brunnhilde's Immolation Scene (Flagstad; PO); Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral Music (VPO). EMI ALP-1016. A- 35.00

1548. FURTWANGLER: Wagner - Tristan Prelude & Liebestod (1930); Siegfried's Funeral Music (1933), Lohengrin Act I Prelude (1930). Mendelssohn Overtures - Hebrides (1930) & Midsummer Night's Dream (1926). BPO. [notes in German only] Heliodor 88 012. A- to A 20.00



FURTWANGLER: See also #339, 410, 420, 465, 605, 910, 1305 & 1567.

1549. GEORGESCU: Brahms - Symphony #3. Symphony Orchestra of the "George Enescu" Philharmonic in Bucharest. Electrecord ECE 03178. A- 12.00

1550.*GIULINI: Dvorak - Symphony #8. CSO. DGG 2531 046. A- to A 9.00

1551. GOLOVANOV: Rimsky-Korsakov - Suite from Tsar Saltan. GAUK: Suite from Snow Maiden. USSR Radio Orch. MK 1529. B+ 10.00

1552. GOLOVANOV: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #1. Bolshoi Symphony Orch. West XWN-18224. A- 12.00

1553.*GROVES: Delius - Paris; Eventyr; Dance Rhapsody #1. Liverpool Philharmonic. Angel S-36870. A- 10.00

1554. GUARNIERI: (Antonio): Orchestral music from operas: La Vestale, Traviata, Vespri, Otello, Tristan, Loreley, La Wally & Pagliacci. Martucci - Novelletta. (misc orchestras mostly in Milan) Bongiovanni GB-1039. A- 10.00

1555.*HAITINK: Brahms - Symphony #4. ACO. Philips 6500 389. FS 10.00

1556.*HAITINK: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. LPO Philips 6500 458. A- to A(demo copy) 8.00

1557. HARTY: Elgar - Cello Concerto (Squires); Enigma Variations. [recorded 1930 & 1932] Imprimatur IMP-1. A- to A 10.00

1558. HEWARD: "The Art of Leslie Heward." MOERAN - Symphony in g. IRELAND - Piano Concerto (Eileen Joyce). GERMAN - Nell Gwyn Dances. ELGAR - Salut d'Amor. SHOSTAKOVICH - Piano Concerto #1 (Joyce). SIBELIUS - Rakastava Suite; Elegie from King Christian II Suite. DVORAK - Notturno. LALO - Aubade #1. BORODIN - Prince Igor Overture. Halle Orchestra (in all but Lalo [with LPO] and Sibelius [with (Leslie Heward String Orch]). [Recorded 1938-42; first issue of the Lalo] [DMM] EMI EM-29 0462 3(2). A- to A 30.00

1559. HORENSTEIN: Bruckner - Symphony #7. BPO. [rec 1928] Unicorn UNI-111. A- 12.00

1560. HORENSTEIN: Janacek - Sinfonietta; Taras Bulba. Vienna Pro Musica. [Notes by P. Glanville-Hicks] British Vox PL-9710. A-(better than any US pressing I've had of this) 35.00

1561.*HORENSTEIN: Panufnik - Autumn Music; Tragic & Heroic Overtures; Nocturne. Peebles, piano (in Autumn Music); LSO. [Very strong works and performances; the Autumn Music is absolutely haunting] Unicorn RHS-306. A- 16.00

1562. HORENSTEIN: Prokofiev - Chout & Lt. Kije Suites. Paris Philharmonia Orch. Vox PL-9180. A-(brief tks early Chout) 18.00

1563. IRVING: Debussy - Printemps; Danse. Turina - Danzas Fantasticas; La Procesion Del Rocio. RPO. Capitol G-7130. A- 9.00



IRVING: See also #774, 779, 785, 812, 823, 833, 842 & 1313.

1564. IVANOV: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #1. USSR Sym. MK 1508. A-- 9.00

1565.*JOCHUM: Bruckner - Symphony #1 through #9 ("#0" not included). BPO & BVRS. [Nice booklet includes essay by Jochum on the interpretation of Bruckner; BPO in #1, #4, #7-#9; BVRS in the rest; in sturdy oversized box; generous allocation of disc space - for example, two and a half sides each for #3 & #4] [tulip labels] DGG SKL-929/39(11). A- to A 86.00

1566. JOHNSON: Dvorak - Symphony #8. Cincinnati Sym. Remington R-199-168. A-- 10.00


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1567. KABASTA: Dvorak - Symphony #9. Munich Philharmonic. [Identified on the label as Furtwangler/BPO, live, November 11, 1941; but several knowledgable collectors have told me that the Kabasta/Munich attribution is the correct one] Relief 813. A- 16.00

1568.*KARAJAN: Sibelius - Symphony #5; Finlandia. PO. [blue labels] Angel S-35922. A- 9.00

1569.*KEMPE: Bruckner - Symphony #8 (Haas Edition). Zurich Tonhalle Orch. [quad] Tudor 74003/04(2). A- 20.00

1570.*KEMPE: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. [BPO] Capitol SG-7219. A- 9.00

1571.*KLEMPERER: Beethoven - Symphony #3. PO. Angel S-35853. A-(early U.S. red labels) 10.00

1572.*KLEMPERER: Brahms - Symphony #1. PO. Angel S-35481. A- 9.00

1573. KLEMPERER: Brahms - Symphony #1; Academic Festival Overture. BSOO. [rec 1927/8] Electrola 1C053-28 939. A- 15.00

1574.*KLEMPERER: Klemperer - Merry Waltz. Weill - Three-Penny Opera Suite. J.Strauss - Vienna Life & Emperor Waltzes; Fledermaus Overture. PO. [blue labels] Angel S-35927. A- 15.00

1575. KLETZKI: Sibelius - Symphony #2. PO. Angel 35314. A- 15.00

1576. KNAPPERTSBUSCH: Wagner - Rienzi Overture; Forest Murmurs (w/Franz Lechleitner, tenor). VPO. [10-inch] London LPS-290. B 24.00

1577.*KUBELIK: Janacek - Sinfonietta; Taras Bulba. BVRS. DGG 2530 075. A- to A 9.00

1578. KUBELIK: Mahler - Symphony #1. VPO. London CM-9115. A-(famous spine label subtitles this "Titian") 14.00

1579.*KUBELIK: Nielsen - Symphony #5. Danish Radio. [Live 1983; dig; DMM] Angel DS-38310. A- to A(c/c) 12.00

1580.*KUBELIK: Schumann - Symphony #2; Genoveva Overture. BPO. DGG 138 955. A- to A 9.00

1581.*KUBELIK: Schumann - Symphony #3; Manfred Over. BPO. DGG 138 908. A-(US pressing by RCA!!) 9.00

1582.*KUBELIK: Smetana - Richard III; Wallenstein's Camp; Hakon Jarl; Prague Carnival. BVRS. [TAS 59:117] DGG 2530 248. A- to A 9.00

1583.*KUBELIK: Stenhammer - Serenade in F, Op.31. Stockholm Philharmonic. [unusual repertoire and orchestra for Kubelik] Heliodor HS-25086. A- 12.00

1584.*KURTZ: Shostakovich - Symphony #1. Prokofiev - Symphony #1. PO. EMI CFP-40004. A- 9.00

1585. LAMBERT: Waldteufel Waltzes - Skaters, Pomona, Estudiatina & Sur la Plage. PO. [10-inch] British Columbia 3S-1006. B/B++ 12.00

LEINSDORF: See #429, 455, 460, 764, 767, 795, 839, 869, 990, 992-94, 999, 1000, 1004 & 1005.

1586.*LEPPARD: Dvorak & Tchaikovsky Serenades for Strings. ECO. Philips 9500 105. A- to A 7.00

1587.*LEPPARD: Grieg - Four Norwegian Dances; Peer Gynt Suites #1 & 2. ECO. Philips 9500 106. A- to A 7.00

1588.*LEVINE: (Joseph): Tchaikovsky - Suites fr Swan Lake & Sleeping Beauty. Ballet Theatre Orch. Capitol SP-8471. A- 9.00

1589.*LEVINE: Brahms - Symphony #3. CSO. RCA ARL1-2097. A-(demo copy) 9.00

1590.*MADERNA: Bartok - Miraculous Mandarin Suite; Dance Suite. Monte Carlo Opera Orch. [recorded 1969] Fest Class FC-495. A- 9.00

1591. MALKO: Prokofiev - Peter & the Wolf (Frank Philips, narr; LPO). VAN BEINUM: Britten - Young Person's Guide (ACO). Decca ACL-30. A-(bried sound at start of sides) 9.00

MALKO: See also #765, 768, 770, 776, 781, 783, 784, 786, 799, 803, & 830.

1592.+MARKEVITCH: Berwald - Symphony #2 & #3. [BPO] Heliodor 89 717. A-(British pressing) 9.00

1593. MARKEVITCH: Stravinsky - Le Sacre du Printemps. Berlin Radio Orch. [live, 1952; Italian-only notes] I Grandi Con GCL-40. A- to A 12.00

MARKEVITCH: See also #271, 773, 777, 787 & 1185.

1594.*MARRINER: Beethoven 3rd. ASMF. Philips 6514 314. A- to A 9.00

1595.*MARRINER: Bizet - Carmen and L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & #2. LSO. Philips 9500 566. A- to A 7.00

1596.*MARRINER: Schubert - Symphony #1 & #4. [ASMF; dig] Philips 6514 261. A- to A 7.00

1597.*MARTINON: Saint-Saens Symphony #1 (1853) & #2 (1859/78). ORTF. [quad] Angel S-36995. A- 9.00

1598. MATZERATH: Schumann - Symphony #1. RIAS Sym. [scarce!] Remington R-199-180. B 12.00

1599. MENGELBERG: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies; Fidelio Overture. Van der Sluys; Luger; Van Tulder; Ravelli (in 9th); ACO. [From live 1939/40 concerts, except for #3, which is the studio recording from the same season] Philips 6767 003(8). A- to A(demo copy) 65.00

1600. MENGELBERG: Dopper - Ciaconna Gotica. Rontgen - Old Netherlands Dances. Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings. ACO. Rococo 2004. A- 12.00

1601.*MENUHIN: Schubert - Symphony #4 & #5. His Orch. [blue labels] Angel S-36592. A- 12.00

1602.*MENUHIN: Schubert - Symphony #8; Overtures - Zwillingsbruder; Alfonso & Estrella; In the Italian Style in D & in C. His Orch. Angel S-36609. FS 9.00

1603. MITCHELL: Copland - Appalachian Spring; El Salon Mexico; Billy the Kid Suite; Fanfare for the Common Man. National Sym. West WL-5286. B++ 9.00

1604. MITROPOULOS: Siegmeister - Ozark Set. Lalo - Roi d'Ys Overture. Mpls. [10-inch] Col ML-2123. B 12.00

1605. MITROPOULOS: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. Mpls. Entre RL-3007. B 12.00

MITROOULOIS: See also #263, 263, 617, 808 & 1409.

MONTEUX: See #86, 709, 751, 981, 983 & 1025.

1606. MRAVINSKY: Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite. Leningrad Philharmonic. MK 1545. A- 12.00

1607. MUNCH: Beethoven - Symphony #8. PCO. [10-inch; scarce Munch item - deleted Janaury 1956] London LPS-111. B+(occ tks; moderate cover tear) 25.00

1608.*MUNCH: Franck - Symphony. Rotterdam Phil. [fold-open album] Festival Classique FC-411. FS 10.00

1609. MUNCH: MOZART - Marriage of Figaro Overture. SCHUMANN - Genoveva Overture. HANDEL - Water Music Suite. BSO. [10-inch.; very early Munch/BSO, deleted February 1957; Mozart never available again; except for Genoveva on CD, rest came back only on scarce promo disc for their 1962 TV series.] RCA LM-7009. B+(occ tks) 35.00

1610.*MUNCH: Offenbach - Gaite Parisienne. NPO. [TAS 39:132; fold-open album includes nice session photos] London SPC-21011. A- to A(superb pressing) 15.00

1611.*MUNCH: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2; Rapsodie Espagnole; Bolero. Orchestre de Paris. [among Munch's final recordings] Angel S-36584. FS 12.00

LP’s: Conductors, continued
1612.*MUNCH: Respighi - Pines & Fountains of Rome. PO. London SPC-21024. A- 14.00

1613. MUNCH: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. PCO. Richmond B-19002. A- to B++(occ lgt tks) 16.00



MUNCH: See also #749, 818, 865, 882-3, 944, 947, 965, 971, 973, 991, 1010-1, 1013, 1023-4, 1026 & 1383.

1614.*MUTI: Respighi - Feste Romane; Pines & Fountains of Rome. Phila. [dig; DMM] Ang DS-38219. A- to A 9.00

1615.*MUTI: Stravinsky - Petrouchka. Phila. [dig] Angel DS-37822. A-(c/c) 9.00

1616. NEEL: Handel - Six Concerti Grossi, Op.3. Boyd Neel Orchestra (Thurston Dart, harpsichord & organ). London LL-1130. B++ 12.00

1617. NEUMARK: (Ignace): Schubert - Symphony #9. Utrecht Symphony. [French-only notes] Guild Internationale du Disque MMS 2023. B+(occ tks) 12.00

1618.*NORRINGTON: Schubert - Symphony #9. London Classical Players. [dig] Angel R-111003. A- 8.00

1619.*NOWAK: (Grzegorz): Live recordings of Haydn 92nd & Frank Martin's Overture to "Athalie" (in concert); Mozart Piano Concerto #20 (in rehearsal). Bienne Symphony (as part of 1984 Concours Ernest Ansermet; September 19, 1984; Nowak was 1st Prize winner). [dig] Swiss Broadcasting Corporation MH-SE-8. A- 12.00

1620.*ORMANDY: "Fantastic Philadelphians, Vol. 1." Espana; Sorcerer's Apprentice; Dance Macabre; Night on Bald Mountain. Phila. [quad] RCA ARD1-0002. A- 9.00

1621.*ORMANDY: Sibelius - Finlandia; En Saga; Swan of Tuonela; Valse Triste. Phila; Mormon Choir(in Finlandia). Col MS-6732. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 9.00

1622.+ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings (Phila; recorded 1946). BARBIROLLI: Tchaikovsky - Theme and Variations from Suite #3 (NYP). Col P-14145. A-(minor cover scuffs) 9.00



ORMANDY: See also #109, 121, 129, 130, 356, 1130, 1303, 1388, 1445, 1446, 1449 & 1452.

1623.*PARAY: Paray - Mass for the 500th Anniversary of the Death of Joan of Arc. Mitchell; Collard; Lance; Mars; ORTF & Cho. [Recorded 1973; note by Florent Schmitt from 1931] Carthagene 731891. A- to A 15.00

1624.*PARAY: Paray - Symphony #2. ORTF. [recorded 1968] Carthagene 731889. A- 20.00

1625.*PARAY: Wagner - Tristan Prelude & Liebestod. Beethoven - Symphony #8. ORTF. [recorded 1968 & 1973] Carthagene 731888. A- to A 12.00



PARAY: See also #76, 720, 721, 724 & 740.

1626.*PINNOCK: Bach - The Six Brandenburg Concerti. English Concert. [dig] Archiv 2742 003(2). A- to A 13.00

1627.*REINER: Mahler - Das Lied von der Erde. Lewis; Forrester; CSO. French RCA GL-43272. A- to A 9.00

1628. REINER: SCHUMANN - Symphony #2. WAGNER - Rienzi Overture. BERLIOZ - Benvenuto Cellini Overture. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis. SCHOENBERG - Transfigured Night. CSO. [Concert performances from 1957-58 season; set issued for CSO's 1986 fund-raising radio marathon - not available commercially.] Chicago Sym CSO-86-2(2). A-- 23.00

1629. REINER: WAGNER - Tristan: Prelude & Liebestod; Parsifal: Good Friday Spell. BEETHOVEN - Symphony #4. HAYDN - Symphony #104. HINDEMITH - Cello Concerto (Janos Starker, who was 1st cello in CSO at the time). BERLIOZ - Roman Carnival Overture. CSO. [Concert performances from 1957-58 season; issued for CSO's 1988 Marathon and not available commercially; includes recorded INTERVIEW with Reiner by Stephen Temmer; list of orchestra personnel at the time] Chicago Sym CSO-87-3(2). FS 100.00

REINER: See also #673, 722, 747, 750, 752, 758, 855, 863, 894-95, 912-13, 952, 960, 967-69, 974-75,

984, 986, 1015, 1017, 1022, 1277 & 1403.

1630.*RICHTER: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #1, #3 & #6. Munich Bach Orch. DGG 415 910-1. A- to A 9.00

1631. RODZINSKI: Beethoven - Symphony #1; Leonore Overture #3. Austrian Symphony. [Rodzinski's name does not appear; disc is attributed to "Conductor X." Sources vary over whether Rodzinski had another commitment to a different label or that he would not approve the release; in any case, this is a celebrated rarity!] Remington R-199-156. A--/B+ 45.00

1632. RODZINSKI: Bizet - Carmen & L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & 2. PSOL. West XWN-18230. A- 10.00

1633. RODZINSKI: Franck - Symphony; Le Chasseur Maudit. VSOO. West WL-5311. A--(c/c) 10.00

1634. RODZINSKI: Kodaly - Hary Janos Suite; Marosszek & Galanta Dances. PSOL. West XWN-18775. A- 10.00

1635. RODZINSKI: Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition. BARBIROLLI: Ravel - La Valse. Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole. NYP. Harmony HL-7075. B+ to B 10.00

1636. RODZINSKI: Offenbach - Orpheus in Hades Overture. Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody #2. Col Sym. [10-inch] Col AL-2. B 10.00

1637. RODZINSKI: Rachmaninoff - Symphony #2. NYP. Harmony HL-7101. B 10.00

1638.*RODZINSKI: Russian Overtures - Romeo & Juliet; Russian Easter; Russlan & Ludmilla; Khovantschina. RPO. Capitol SG-7182. A--(c/c) 13.00

1639. RODZINSKI: Strauss - Don Juan; Till Eulenspiegel; Rosenkavalier Suite. PSOL. West WGM-8314. A- 9.00

1640. RODZINSKI: Strauss Waltzes - Blue Danube; Tales from the Vienna Woods; Emperor; Voices of Spring; Roses from the South. PSOL. West XWN-18500. A-(lovely copy) 13.00

1641. RODZINSKI: Wagner - Overtures to Meistersinger, Lohengrin, Tannhauser; Excerpts from Act III of Meistersinger. PSOL. West XWN-18602. A- 10.00

1642. ROSBAUD: Sibelius - Tapiola; Karelia Suite; Bolero (Festivo); Swan. BPO. Heliodor 89 798. A-(Canadian pressing) 12.00

1643. ROSENTHAL: Offenbach/Rosenthal - Offenbachiana. RIAS. Remington R-199-183. A-- 12.00

1644. ROSENTHAL: Offenbach/Rosenthal - Gaite Parisienne. RIAS Sym. Remington R-199-172. A-- 10.00

1645.*ROTHER: Overtures - Iphigenie en Aulide, Hansel & Gretel, Merry Wives of Windsor, Oberon. Berlin Municipal Opera Orch. [strong performances] Telefunken TCS-18020. A- 10.00

1646.*ROZHDESTVENSKY: Dvorak - Symphony #9. USSR Radio Orch. Melodiya / Eurodisc 28 342. A- 9.00

1647.*SALONEN: Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet Excerpts. BPO. [dig] CBS M-42662. A- to A(demo copy) 9.00

1648. SAMOSUD: Napravnik - Ukrainian Cossack Dance. Oginski - Polonaise. Rubinstein - Valse-Caprice. Glazounov - Concert Waltz. Weber - Invitation. Beethoven - King Stephen Ov. Misc Russian orchs. Melodiya M10-42627-28. A- 16.00

1649.*SANDERLING: Franck Symphony. Dresden Staatskapelle. Heliodor 2548 132. A- 12.00

LP’s: Conductors, continued
1651. SARGENT: Elgar - Enigma Variations. Purcell (arr. Albert Coates) - Suite from the Dramatic Music of Purcell. LSO. Decca ACL-55. A- 12.00

1652.*SARGENT: Walton - Facade Suites #1 & #2. Britten - Simple Symphony; Young Person's Guide. BBC Sym (in Guide); RPO (in others). EMI SXLP-30014. A- 12.00

1653. SAWALLISCH: Brahms - Haydn Variations. OTTO MATZERATH: Brahms - Academic Festival & Tragic Overtures. RIAS Sym (in all). [very early Sawallisch, c.1953] Remington R-199-205. A- 12.00

1654. SCHERCHEN: Brahms - Double Concerto. J.Fournier; Janigro; VSOO. West WL-5117. B+ 7.00

1655. SCHERCHEN: Brahms - Double Concerto. Jean Fournier; Janigro; VSOO. West XWN-18268. A- 12.00

1656. SCHERCHEN: The Devil in Hi Fi: Danse Macabre; Mephisto Waltz; Night on Bald Mountain; Finale of Symphonie Fantastique. LSO (in Fantastique); VSOO (in rest). West XWN-18894. A-- 12.00

1657. SEBASTIAN: Berlioz - Funeral March for the Last Scene of Hamlet; Three Excerpts from Damnation of Faust. Franck - Redemption. PCO. Urania URLP-7061. A-(uncommonly good copy of this issue) 12.00

1658. SERAFIN: Rehearsal disc of passages from La Traviata. Rome Opera Orchestra. [In blank jacket, but the inner sleeve has extensive notes including translations of many of the exchanges between Serafin and the orchestra members, which were, of course, in Italian. The disc is identified on its label as "promotional record, not for sale;" I don't know how or to whom it was distributed; first copy I've seen.] Capitol PRO-1619. A- 20.00

1659.*SEREBRIER: Ravel - Bolero. Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture. Melbourne Sym. [dig] Tioch TD-1001. A- 9.00

1660.*SHOSTAKOVICH: (Maxim): Rimsky-Korsakov - Sadko; Sinfonietta on Russian Themes; Overture on Russian Themes. USSR Radio. [nice fold-open album; French-only notes] Harmonia Mundi-LDX-78667. A- 12.00

1661.*SMETACEK: Borodin Symphony #2; Polovtsian Dances. CPO. Supra 1 10 1126. FS 7.00

1662.*STOKOWSKI: Bach - Chaconne; Preludio; Ein Feste Burg; Little Fugue in g; Arioso; Aria; Sleepers, Awake; Komm, Susser Tod. LSO. RCA ARL1-0880. A-(minor cover scuffs) 9.00

1663.*STOKOWSKI: Bach-Stokowski Transcriptions - Toccata & Fugue in d; Passacaglia & Fugue in c; Prelude in e-flat; Mein Jesu; Wir Glauben all' an einer Gott ("Giant Fugue"); Easter Cantata Chorale. CPO. [Live; 9/7+8/1972; TAS 4:235] London SPC-21096. A- 12.00

1664.*STOKOWSKI: Beethoven - Symphony #3; Coriolan Overture. LSO. RCA ARL1-0600. A-(c/c) 12.00

1665.*STOKOWSKI: Beethoven - Symphony #7. Frescobaldi/Stokowski - Gagliarda. Palestrina/Stokowski - Adoramus Te. Symphony of the Air. Quintessence PMC-7110. A- 12.00

1666.*STOKOWSKI: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Harper; Watts; Young; McIntyre; LSO; Cho. [TAS 12:513+515; great added horn & trumpet flourishes at end!] London SPC-21043. A- 11.00

1667.*STOKOWSKI: Bloch - Schelomo (Neikrug). Paul Ben-Haim - From Israel (Suite for Orchestra). Sym of the Air. United Art USLP-0009. A- 16.00

1668.*STOKOWSKI: Brahms - Serenade #1. Symphony of the Air. Sarabande VC-81050. A- to A 12.00

1669.*STOKOWSKI: Brahms - Symphony #3. Houston Sym. Everest SDBR-3030. A- 10.00

1670.*STOKOWSKI: Brahms - Symphony #4; Academic Festival Ov. NPO. [quad] RCA ARD1-0719. A-(c/c) 12.00

1671.*STOKOWSKI: Chopin-Stokowski - Prelude in d; Mazurka in a; Waltz in c#. Canning (Thomas; b.1911): Fantasy on a Hymn Tune of Justin Morgan (1747-1798). Wagner - Wotan's Farewell & Magic Fire Music. Houston Sym. [Stoky's orchestration of the d-minor prelude is quite spectacular!] [late labels] Everest SDBR-3070. A- 12.00

1672.*STOKOWSKI: Debussy: Iberia. Ibert: Escales. Ravel: Alborada del Gracioso. ORTF. Capitol SP-8463. A- 12.00

1673.*STOKOWSKI: Elgar - Enigma Variations (CPO; live, 1972). AINSLEE COX: Elgar - Serenade & Elegy for Strings (RPO). London SPC-21136. A- 12.00

1674. STOKOWSKI: Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsodies #1 & #2. His Sym. [10-inch] RCA LRM-7043. B 9.00

1675.*STOKOWSKI: Franck - Symphony. Ravel - Fanfare for L'Eventail de Jeanne. Stokowski/Hilversum Radio Orch. [TAS 37:143] London SPC-21061. A- 11.00

1676.*STOKOWSKI: Ibert - Escales. Ravel - Alborada del Gracioso. Debussy - Iberia. French National Orchestra. EMI SXLP-30263. A- 20.00

1677. STOKOWSKI: Mozart - Serenade for Winds, K.361. American Sym. Van VRS-1158. A-(c/c) 9.00

1678.*STOKOWSKI: Mussorgsky-Stokowski - Pictures at an Exhibition. Debussy-Stokowski - The Engulfed Cathedral. NPO. [TAS 3:154; 4:238L; 11:389L; 12:513; fold-open album] London SPC-21006. A- 14.00

1679.*STOKOWSKI: Prokofiev - The Ugly Duckling (Resnik, soprano); Cinderella Suite. DEBUSSY - Children's Corner Suite. Stadium Sym of NY. [Late, very obscure Stokowski Everest disc] Everest SDBR-3108. A- 12.00

1680.*STOKOWSKI: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2 (with LSO Chorus; and not only where you expect them!). Debussy - La Mer. Berlioz - Dance of the Sylphs. Stokowski/LSO. London SPC-21059. A- 11.00

1681.*STOKOWSKI: Respighi - Pines of Rome. Short works of Gabrieli, Cesti, Frescobaldi & Palestrina. Symphony of the Air. United Art USLP-0005. A-(c/c) 16.00

1682.*STOKOWSKI: Scriabin - Poem of Ecstasy. Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole. Dvorak - Slavonic Dance, Op.72, #2. NPO(Rimsky); CPO(in the rest; concert performances). London SPC-21117. A-(c/c) 12.00

1683.*STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. Mussorgsky-Stokowski - Boris Godounov, Symphonic Synthesis. OSR. [be prepared for surprises in Stoky's retouching of Romeo!] London SPC-21032. A- 14.00

1684.*STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake & Sleeping Beauty Selections. NPO. London SPC-21008. A- 9.00

1685. STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4 (NBC Symphony; recorded Nov 27, 1941); Song Without Words, Op.40, #6 (Phila; rec Dec 8, 1928). [LP transfer by Ward Marston; notes by Mark Obert-Thorn, who says that for the symphony, "the original matrices .... are being presented for the first time."] Leopold Stokowski Society of America SLOO1. A- 35.00

1686.*STOKOWSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. 1973 International Youth Orchestra. Two-disc set: one devoted to extended rehearsal excerpts, the other to the live concert given in the Royal Albert Hall. [Note re the condition of the rehearsal disc: though it appears pristine, the disc has some minor surface sound. This has been my experience in all copies of this set I have seen.] Classics GOCLP-9007(2). A-/A- to B+(see preceding note) 50.00

1687. STOKOWSKI: The Orchestra. Shows off sections of the orchestra with works by Dukas, Barber, Farberman, Vaughan Williams, Persichetti, Tchaikovsky, Strauss, Mussorgsky. His Symphony. [With 20-pg illustrated booklet; inc two excerpts from Mussorgsky-RAVEL Pictures at an Exhibition!] Capitol SAL-8385. A- 19.00

LP’s: Conductors, continued
1688.*STOKOWSKI: Wagner - Parsifal: Symphonic Synthesis of Act 3; Good Friday Spell. Houston Sym. [purple label] Everest SDBR-3031. A- 12.00

1689.*STOKOWSKI: Stokowski Encores: Clarke - Prince of Denmark's March ("Trumpet Voluntary"). Rachmaninoff - Prelude in c#. Byrd - Pavan. Schubert - Moment Musical #3. Dvorak - Slavonic Dance #10. Tchaikovsky - Chant sans Paroles, Op.40: #6. Duparc - Extase. Elgar - Nimrod (from Enigma Variations); Chopin - Mazurka in a. CPO (Dvorak, Elgar & Rachmaninov); LSO (the rest). [rather obscure disc] London SPC-21130. A- 20.00



STOKOWSKI: See also #87-8, 109, 319, 358, 762, 857, 859, 872, 878-79, 902, 911, 925, 931-32,

936-937, 950, 952-53, 966, 1027, 1031, 1130, 1205 & 1296.

1690. STRAUSS: Mozart - Symphony #39 & #40. BSOO. [rec 1926; notes in German only] Heliodor 88 022. A- 15.00

1691. STRAUSS: Overtures & Preludes - Magic Flute; Iphegenie in Aulis; Euryanthe; Barber of Bagdad; Tristan; Dutchman. BPO (Flute is BSOO). [German-only notes; recorded 1927-31] Heliodor 2548 736. A- to A 10.00

1692. STRAUSS: Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. Bavarian State Orchestra. [Jacket states this was recorded 1926, but in fact it is the 1941 recording - very fine sound; German-only notes] Heliodor 2548 713. A- 12.00

1693. STRAUSS: Strauss - Japanese Festival Music (Bavarian Opera Orch; 1941); Salome's Dance (BPO; 1931); Rosenkavalier Waltzes (Bavarian State Orch; 1941); Till Eulenspiegel (Staatskapelle Berlin; 1939). [German-only notes] Heliodor 2548 722. A- to A 16.00

1694.*SVETLANOV: Kalinnikov - Symphony #1. USSR State Academic Orch. Col-Melodiya M-34523. A- 9.00

1695.*SVETLANOV: Rachmaninov - Symphonic Dances; Vocalise; Scherzo, 1887. Rimsky-Korsakov - Snow Maiden and Voyevode Suites. USSR Academic Sym; Bolshoi Theatre Orch. [German-only notes] Eurodisc 87 451(2). A- to A 16.00

1696.*SVETLANOV: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. USSR Sym. Melodiya 33C-01767-8. A- 9.00

1697.*SVETLANOV: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #2. USSR Sym. Mel-Angel SR-40058. A- 9.00

1698. TOSCANINI: Bach - Brandenburg Concerto #2 (1938); Passacaglia & Fugue in c (1947). Rossini - Sonata #3 for Strings (1952). Vivaldi - Concerto Grosso, Op.3/#11 (1954). NBC Sym. [concert performances] Movimento Musica 01 025. A- to A(lovely Italian pressings!) 18.00

1699. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Symphonies #1, #4 & #6; Leonore Overture #1. Mozart - Magic Flute Overture. Brahms - Tragic Overture. BBC Sym. [recorded 1937-39] Seraphim IC-6015(3). A- 14.00

1700. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Symphony #9 (Farrell; Merriman; Peerce; Scott; Shaw Chorale) & #1. NBC Sym. [PD labels] RCA LM-6009(2). A-(fine copy of this original of a classic!) 25.00

1701. TOSCANINI: BORODIN - Symphony #2 (Live; 2-26-38). TCHAIKOVSKY - The Tempest; Voyevoda Overture (Live; 3-12-44; 4-19-41). NBC Sym. Toscanini Society ATS-1060. A-(minor cover scuffs) 25.00

1702. TOSCANINI: Catalani - Prelude to La Wally; Dance of the Water Nymphs. Bizet - Carmen Suite. Weber - Oberon Overture. Herold - Zampa Overture. Humperdinck - Hansel & Gretel Overture. NBC Sym. [These are identified as concert performances, but no dates are provided] dell'Arte DA-9010. A- to A 16.00

1703. TOSCANINI: Cherubini - Symphony in D. BEETHOVEN - Septet, Op.20. NBC Sym. [Italian-only notes] Italian RCA KV-184. A- 9.00

1704. TOSCANINI: Debussy - La Mer; Iberia; Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun. NBC [live; 2-14-53]. Fonit Cetra DOC-18. 20.00

1705. TOSCANINI: Gershwin - An American in Paris. Prokofiev - Classical Symphony. NBC Sym. [WD labels] RCA LM-9020. A- 15.00

1706. TOSCANINI: Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue (Earl Wild, piano, and Benny Goodman, clarinet!; 11-1-42); American in Paris (11-14-43); Concerto in F (Levant; 3-2-44). NBC Sym concert performances. [The previous owner of this disc left a note in the jacket, indicating that Wild had remarked in a 1998 NPR interview that Toscanini has suggested to him that he learn the Rhapsody, and that this 1944 concert had been the occasion of his first performance of it] Fonit Cetra ARK-4. A- to A 35.00

1707. TOSCANINI: Gluck - Orfeo ed Euridice, Act, II. Merriman; Gibson; Toscanini/NBC Sym; Shaw Chorale. With Iphigenie en Aulide Overture. [11-22-52, Carnegie Hall] French RCA GM-43348. FS 9.00

1708. TOSCANINI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. NBC Symphony. [PL; 1S/1S] RCA VIC-1268. A- 12.00

1709. TOSCANINI: Tchaikovsky - The Tempest; Romeo & Juliet. Mussorgsky - Khovantschina Prelude. Liadov - Kikimora. NBC Sym. [Live, 1944, 1953, 1953 & 1952] dell'Arte DA-9014. A- to A 12.00

1710. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1025/29: ATS 1972 EDITION (Volume 4; five-record set): MOZART - The Magic Flute (complete; soloists not named; with VPO, 7-30-37). SCHUBERT - Symphony #2 (11-12-38). STRAVINSKY - Petrouchka, Tableaux #1 & 4 (12-14-40). GLINKA - Jota Aragonesa (11-4-45). DVORAK - Symphonic Variations (12-4-48). TCHAIKOVSKY - Eugen Onegin Waltz (8-25-44). MENDELSSOHN - Symphony #3 (12-5-41) & Hebrides Overture (11-4-45). NBC Sym (in all but Mozart). A- 100.00

1711. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1030/33: (four-record set): BRAHMS - The Four Symphonies; Tragic Overture; Haydn Variations. Philharmonia Orchestra. [Live broadcasts of two concerts from the Royal Festival Hall in 1952; includes a brief introduction to the performance of the 4th by Sir Adrian Boult and a facsimile of the program for the two concerts] A- 45.00

1712. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1037: Mendelssohn - Overture; Adagio & Lento from Quintet; Midsummer Night's Dream (complete incidental music; Phillips; Warner; Cho). NBC Sym. [complete concert of November 1, 1947] A- 25.00

1713. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1041: BACH - Suite #3. VIVALDI - Violin Concerto in B-flat (Mischakoff; U.S. premiere). HANDEL - Concerto Grosso in b, Op.6, #12 (Mischakoff; Bachmann; Miller; Pessl). BACH-RESPIGHI - Passacaglia & Fugue in c. NBC Sym; complete concert of 11/22/47. A- 12.00

1714. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1042: HAYDN - Symphony #31 ("Hornsignal;" (10/19/38). BACH - Brandenburg Concerto #2 (Mischakoff; Wummer; Bloom; Baker; 10/19/38). VIVALDI - Concerto Grosso in d, Op.3, #11 (Mischakoff; Bachmann; Miller; 3/14/54). All NBC Sym; concert performances. A- 25.00

1715. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1047: FRANCK - Les Eolides. MUSSORGSKY - Khovantchina Prelude. WEBER - Invitation to the Dance. TCHAIKOVSKY - Romeo & Juliet. NBC Sym. [Romeo from concert of March 21, 1953; rest from December 13, 1953] A- 25.00

LP’s: Conductors, continued
1716. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1048/54: BEETHOVEN BICENTENNIAL: 1770-1970 (seven-record set): Symphony #2; Three Movements from Septet (12/3/44). Symphony #6 (1/8/38). Consecration of the House Overture; Quartet #16, Lento & Vivace; Symphony #7 (10/25/47). Symphony #9 (McKnight; Dillon; Hobson; Scott; Shaw/Collegiate Cho; 4/3/48). Piano Concerto #4 (Serkin; 2/23/36). Missa Solemnis (Rethberg; Telva; Martinelli; Pinza; Ross/Schola Cantorum; NYP; 4/28/35). Triple Concerto (3rd mvt only)(Carreras; Piastro; Wallenstein; NYP; 3/16/33). [NBC Sym except last two, NYP; sound sources vary; originals quite noisy in NYP items - Triple Concerto is very poor. Set commemorates Beethoven Bicentennial, 1770/1970.] A-(spine damaged/repaired with tape; LP's super) 120.00

1717. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1055/59: 1973 EDITION (5-records): WAGNER - Faust Overture (10-27-46). BERLIOZ - Harold in Italy (Primrose; 10-27-46); Francs Juges Overture & Damnation of Faust, Scene 7 (Harrell; Moscona; Wilhousky Cho; 4-5-41). FRANCK - Symphony (3-24-46). HAYDN - Symphonies #92 (3-19-44) & #98 (1-22-38). RAVEL - La Valse (4-27-40) Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2 (11-19-49). GRIEG - Holberg Suite (4-27-40). ELGAR - Introduction & Allegro (4-20-40). VAUGHAN-WILLIAMS - Tallis Fantasia (11-18-45). NBC. A-(minor box scuffs) 85.00

1718. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1061: Wagner - Tannhauser Overture (12/4/48); Overture & Bacchanale (3/20/48); Act 3 Prelude (1/6/46); Dich Teure Halle (Traubel; 2/22/41). NBC Sym; concert performances. A-(minor cover damage) 24.00

1719. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1071/74: (4 records): GIUSEPPI MARTUCCI (1856-1909) - Symphonies #1 (11-26-38) & #2 (3-30-40); Piano Concerto #2 (Giacco d'Atilli; 1-20-46); Novelletta & Notturno, Op.6, #1 & 2 (10-15-38); La Canzone dei Ricordi; Poemmetto Lirico (Castagna, mezzo; 3-29-41); Danza (Tarantella)(2-19-38). NBC. [all are concert performances] FS! 75.00

1720. TOSCANINI: Acoustic Recordings with La Scala Orchestra, 1920-21. Short works of Donizetti, Mendelssohn(2), Berlioz, Bizet(2), Massenet, Wolf-Ferrari, Galilei, Pizzetti, Mozart(2), Beethoven (2). [Half-speed remastering] Italian RCA VL-46024. A- to A(slight jacket flaws) 12.00

1721. TOSCANINI: Concert Favorites - Don Juan; Romeo & Juliet; Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2; Moto Perpetuo; Colas Breugnon & Faust Overtures; Adagio for Strings; Midsummer Night's Dream Scherzo; Ride; Air on G-string; Star-Spangled Banner; El Capitan; Tritsch-Tratsch Polka; Dance of Blessed Spirits. NBC. [WD labels] RCA LM-7032(2). A- 25.00

1722. TOSCANINI: Conducts Overtures: BRAHMS (Academic Festival; Tragic); CHERUBINI (Ali Baba; Anacreon; Medea); CIMAROSA (Secret Marriage; Marriage by Trickery); MOZART (Magic Flute; Don Giovanni; Figaro); ROSSINI (Italiana; Siege of Corinth); GLUCK (Iphegenia in Aulis). NBC Sym. [All from concert broadcasts except Siege] [SD labels] RCA LM-7026(2). A-- 25.00

1723. TOSCANINI: Farewell concert with the New York Philharmonic: January 13, 1945. HAYDN - Symphony #101. RESPIGHI - Pines of Rome. WAGNER - Siegfried's Death & Funeral Music. WEBER - Euryanthe Overture. Also: Schubert - Symphony #8 from Oct 14, 1939 broadcast. Discocorp ATRA-3009(2). FS 29.00

1724. TOSCANINI: In Rehearsal: Mozart - Symphony #35. NBC Sym. [November 2, 1946] Relief 831. A- 32.00

TOSCANINI: See also # 868, 874, 914-19, 926-28, 945, 949, 963 & 1302.

1725. VAN BEINUM: The Art of Eduard Van Beinum. Enormous, glorious overview of his recordings with ACO. In mono: Bartok - Music for Strings, Percussion & Celeste. Schubert 6th & 8th. Stravinsky - Firebird Suite. Mozart 29th. Mignon, Merry Wives, Roman Carnival Overtures. Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. Mendelssohn 4th. Debussy Images (complete). Hary Janos Suite. In stereo: J.C.Bach Sinfonias #2 & 4. Bruckner 5th (live concert). Debussy Nocturnes (3), Berceuse Heroique, Marche Ecossaise. Grieg - Last Spring; Heart Wounds. Sibelius - Finlandia; Valse Triste. Sousa - Stars & Stripes Forever! Philips 6768 023(8). A- to A 45.00

1726.*WALTER: Mahler - Symphony #9. Col Sym. Odyssey Y2-30308(2). A- 10.00

1727. WALTER: The Birth of a Performance: Walter rehearses all movements of Mozart 36th (three sides); 4th side is final performance. Columbia Sym. Slipcase inc complete score, many photos. Col SL-224(2). A-("6-eyes" labels) 35.00



WALTER: See also #259, 421, 453-4, 1032, 1075 & 1343.

1728.*WILLIAMS: Pops Around the World. Overtures: Boccaccio, Bronze Horse, Russlan & Ludmilla, Cowboys (Williams film score; fabulous horns!), Candide, Italiana in Algeri, Colas Breugnon. BPS. [dig] Philips 6514 186. A- to A 9.00

1729. WOOD: Vaughan Williams - Symphony #2; Wasps Overture; Greensleeves Fantasia. Queens Hall Orchestra. [recorded 1936] Decca ACL-255. A-(minor cover damage) 12.00
LP's: Film Music
1730.*ACTION JACKSON: (Hancock). Atlantic 90886-1. FS 8.00

1731.*DOGS IN SPACE: (Misc Australian Punk). Atlantic 81789-1. FS 8.00

1732.*FORTUNATE PILGRIM: (Dalla; Malavasi). [DMM] RCA 7788-1-RC. FS(c/c) 8.00

1733.*GIGOT: (Jackie Gleason). Capitol SW-1754. A-(demo copy) 9.00

1734.*KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN: (Neschling; Badarou). Island 90475-1-E. FS 8.00

1735.*MUPPET MOVIE: (Misc). Atlantic SD-16001. FS 8.00

1736.*PASCALI'S ISLAND: (Dikker). Virgin 790976-1. FS 8.00

1737.*PENITENTIARY III: (Schyman). RCA 6663-1-R. FS(c/c) 8.00

1738.*PLATOON LEADER: (Clinton). GNP Crescendo GNPS-8013. FS 8.00

1739.*SUPERMAN II: (Williams/Thorne). Warner Bros HS-3505. FS(Superman shield laser-etched on disc!!!) 8.00

1740.*THE CLOWN & THE KIDS: (Velona). Golden LP-215. FS(c/c) 8.00

1741.*WICKED LADY: (Banks). Atlantic 80073-1. FS(c/c) 8.00


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