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Reiner: Schumann - Piano Concerto (Janis; 1959; first release here). RCA DPL1-0365. A- 16.00

1183.*CHICAGO SYMPHONY: Radio Marathon # 5 (1980) - "MOSTLY BACH." Mono -- Stock: Bach-Stock - St. Anne's Prelude & Fugue (1941). Kubelik: Mozart 34th (1952). Stereo -- Reiner: Bach - Clavier Concerto #5 (Andre Tchaikovsky; recorded in the same 1958 session as these artists' Mozart 25th concerto; this was its FIRST & ONLY release!). Solti: Bach - Air from Suite #3 (1974; FIRST & ONLY issue). RCA DPM1-0444. A- 15.00

1184.*CHICAGO SYMPHONY: Radio Marathon # 6 (1981) - "VIVACE." In mono -- Stock: Toch - Pinocchio Overture (1941). Defauw: Faure - Sicilienne from Pelleas et Melisande (1946). Rodzinski: Khatchaturian - Awakening & Lullaby from Gayne (1947). In stereo -- Reiner: Key - Star-Spangled Banner (in Stock arrangement; very maestoso - terrific performance and sound!!). Liebermann - Concerto for Jazz Band & Orchestra (1954; with Sauter-Finegan orch; 1st stereo disc release). Martinon: Ravel - Pavane (1967; 1st [only?] release). RCA DPL1-0490. FS 20.00

1185.*CHICAGO SYMPHONY & CHORUS: "Bear Down, Chicago Bears." Solti conducts title song, plus National Anthem (with chorus) and Stars & Stripes Forever (not with chorus!) Promotional issue; Solti's on the cover wearing a bear cap. [From the season (c.1986), if you can remember it, when the Chicago football team was very hot!] London 417 397. FS 16.00

1186. COMPOSERS CONDUCT THEIR OWN WORKS: SCHMITT - Tragedie de Salome. D'INDY - Wallenstein's Camp. ROUSSEL - Spider's Feast. [rec 1931-2] Perennial 2008. A- 6.00

1187.*DANCE MUSIC OF HIGH BAROQUE: Works of Anon, Loeillet, Lully, Sanz, Corrette, Hotteterre, Stanley, Desmarets, Poglietti, Fischer, etc. Ragossnig, guitar; Ulsamer Collegium. Archiv 2533 172. A- to A 9.00

1188. DANCERS OF BALI: Eight works performed by Gamelan Orchestra from the Village of Pliatan, Bali, Indonesia, under the direction of Anak Agung Gde Mandera. [Notes are by Colin McPhee, who approximated the Gamelan sound so famously in his "Tabuh Tabuhan."] [blue labels] Col ML-4618. B 12.00

1189.*FRENCH ORCHESTRAL SHOWPIECES: D'Indy - Istar Variations; La Mort de Wallenstein. Berlioz - Benvenuto Cellini & Corsair Overtures. Fekete/Prague Sym. Crossroads 22 16 0160. A- 9.00

1190. GODDARD LIEBERSON: Memorial Album. [Deluxe, heavy fold-open album with 30-page bound-in booklet including myriad photos of Lieberson with Columbia artists - Horowitz, Stoky, Streisand, Ormandy, Rodzinski, Stravinsky, Bernstein, Irving Berlin, Szell - & on & on. Record is narated by Charles Kuralt; many recordings of Lieberson; Dick Cavett tells some good Lieberson stories; etc; wonderful tribute to the legendary Columbia producer.] Col GL-1001. A- 35.00

1191.*HOFFNUMG'S MUSIC FESTIVALS: Three-LP set collects the live performances from all three of Gerard Hoffnung's hilarious concerts at the Royal Festival Hall in London: "The Hoffnung Music Festival Concert" (1956); "The Hoffnung Interplanetary Music Festial" (1958); and "The Hoffnung Astronautical Music Festival" (1961). There are so many glorious bits that I can't begin to list them except three of my favorites: "Leonore Overture #4;" Excerpt from Belshazzar's Feast (with the Composer himself conducting); and Dennis Brain performing a movement by Leopold Mozart with his mouthpiece stuck into a length of garden hose. Delights abound! Includes fine booklet. All discs are marked stereo; in the case of the first one or two, this may be electronic, though not so indicated. EMI SLS-5069(3). A- to A 25.00

1192. MUSIC FOR 2 PIANOS, 1900-1952: Arthur Gold & Robert Fizdale in works of Stravinsky (Concerto for 2 Solo Pianos), Hindemith & Poulenc (Sonatas for Piano 4-Hands), Vittorio Rieti (Suite Champetre), Milhaud (Concertino d'Automne), Satie (En Habit de Cheval), Debussy (6 Epigraphes Antiques), Alexei Haieff (Sonata for 2 Pianos), Barber (Souvenirs). [in early oversized album which originally housed discs as in 78-rpm sets, with only hinged light cardboard sleeves (I've now added poly-lined!), hence this is likely as fine condition as one can find; scarce!!] Col SL-198(2). B+(some tks fr lt blems, but too good to grade B) 34.00

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1194.*MUSIC OF THE FOUR COUNTRIES: EDWARD GERMAN - Welsh Rhapsody. HAMISH MacCUNN - The Land of the Mountain & Flood. ETHEL SMITH - The Wreckers Overture. HAMILTON HARTY - With the Wild Geese. Gibson/Scottish National Orch. EMI / Odeon ASD-2400. A- 9.00

1195. NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC: 125th Anniversary Album (1968). MENGELBERG - Ride of Valkyries. TOSCANINI - Midsummer Night's Dream Nocturne. BARBIROLLI - Roman Carnival Overture. BEECHAM - Melisande (Sibelius). RODZINSKI - Secret of Suzanne Overture. WALTER - Egmont Overture. STOKOWSKI - Greensleeves. STRAVINSKY - His Circus Polka. SZELL - Midsummer Night's Dream Scherzo. MITROPOULOS - Wozzeck Act 3 Interlude. [With neat chronology of highlights in the orchestra's history on back cover] Col BM-13. A-("2-eyes" labels) 20.00

1196. NIEMAN MARCUS - FIRST EDITION: 2nd Series (1977). Rare four-record set of historic American orchestral recordings, some released here for the first time: Monteux/SFSO: Ein Heldenleben (recorded 1947; 1st issue here, though later on CD). Ormandy/Mpls: Mahler - Symphony #2 (Gallogly & Bowen, vocal soloists; 1935; 1st LP release). Ormandy/Phila: Vivaldi Concerto in a; Bach Prelude & Fugue in b (dates not given; 1st issue). Koussevitzky/BSO: Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra (1935). Fabien Sevitzky/Philadelphia Chamber String Sinfonietta: Corelli - Suite in b (no date given; 1st issue). RCA DMM4-0260(4). A- 69.00

1197. NIEMAN MARCUS - FIRST EDITION: 4th Series (1979). Rare four-record set devoted to historic recordings of the New York Philharmonic, some released here for the first time, others just the first time on LP. By conductor, with recording year in parentheses: Mengelberg: Schelling Victory Ball, Marche Slave, Tales from Vienna Woods (1925); Alcina Suite, Coronation March, War March of the Priests & Bach Air (1929); Beethoven 1st & Magic Flute & Egmont Overtures (1930). Toscanini: Midsummer Night's Dream Nocturne (1925) & Scherzo (1929); Italiana in Algeri Overture (1936); Dance of Blessed Spirits (1929); Beethoven 5th (1933; first issue here). Beecham: Don Quixote (Wallenstein, cello; 1932). Barbirolli: Schumann Violin Concerto (Menuhin); Debussy - Iberia (1938). [In nice velvet slipcase] RCA DMM4-0404(4). A- 81.00

1198. OVERTURES & PRELUDES: Stunning three-disc anthology of historical recordings, 1927-42 (one from 1950). Carnival (Coates/LSO). Anacreon (Mengelberg/ACO). Toch: Pinocchio (Stock/CSO). Lothar: Schneider Wibbel (Schuricht/Berlin State Orch). Kreutzer: Das Nachtlager in Granada (Van Kempen/Dresden Phil). Reger: Ein Lustspiel (Lehmann/Berlin State Orch). Goldmark: Sakuntala; Cricket on the Hearth (Krauss/VPO). Horneman: Alladin (Tuxen/Danish Radio). Fra Diavolo (Lambert/LPO). Cosi fan Tutti (Busch/Glyndbourne Festival). Schubert: Twin Brothers (Melichar/Berlin-Charlottenburg Opera Orch). Dukas: Ariane & Bluebeard (Coppola/Continental Sym). Reyer: Sigurd (Coppola/PCO). Trojans at Carthage (Monteux/Paris Sym). Maskarade (Malko/Danish Radio). Nozze (Walter/British Sym). Lohengrin III (Coates/Orch). Donna Diana (Blech/BSOO). Don Giovanni (Wood/LSO). Poet & Peasant (Mengelberg/ACO). [one of Past Masters' very last issues and a good deal scarcer than most of them] Past Masters PM-36(3). A- 77.00

1199. SMALL WORLD: Edward R. Morrow in two interviews from January 4th & 11th, 1959; both involving Maria Callas, from Milan; Sir Thomas Beecham, from Nice; and Victor Borge, from Connecticut. [obscure!!] Penzance 5. A- 29.00

1200.*SYMPHONIC WORKS BY OPERATIC: COMPOSERS OF THE ROMANTIC ERA. Short works by Puccini(3), Giordano, Catalani(2), Martucci, Mascagni. Rosada/Angelicum Orchestra of Milan. MHS 1106. A- 9.00

1201. THE BALLET: DELIBES - Sylvia & Coppelia Excerpts (Monteux/BSO). ROUSSEL - Bacchus et Ariane, Suite #2; RAVEL - La Valse (1950 recording) (Munch/BSO). STRAVINSKY - Firebird Suite (Stokowski/His Sym). PISTON - Incredible Flutist; MEYERBEER - Les Patineurs (Fiedler/BPS). RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe, suite #2; WEBER - Invitation to the Dance (Toscanini/NBC Sym). [Early deluxe fold-open album with bound-in booklet of 18 pages with detailed notes on the ballets, artists, recording sessions & six full-page b&w photos from the ballets; deleted October 1960] RCA LM-6113(3). B to B+(varies; PD labels; 1S stampers exc sd 3 is 3S) 18.00

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1202. THE ORCHESTRA THAT REFUSED TO DIE: The Symphony of the Air (the re-formed NBC Symphony) in their first recording - without conductor - from late 1954 (following Toscanini's retirement in April of that year). DVORAK - Symphony #9. WAGNER - Meistersinger Prelude. TCHAIKOVSKY - Nutcracker Suite. BERLIOZ - Roman Carnival Overture. [in nice fold-open album with articles by Jay Harrison and Dan Paonessa (from Parade). Roulette RSP-1(2). A-- 25.00

1203.*TIVOLI MUSIC: Works of Lumbye & Svendsen played by Jensen/Tivoli Concert Orch, & Radio Orchs conducted by Grondahl, Hammelboe & Malko. [electronic stereo??] EMI Odeon BOKS-26. A- to A 7.00

1204.*VIENNESE SUMMERFEST: Rosenkavalier & Emperor Waltzes; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik; Poet & Peasant, Fledermaus Overtures; Beethoven Marches (2); Pizzicato Polka. Slatkin/Minnesota Orch. [dig] ProArte PAD-224. FS 8.00

1205. VIRTUOSI: Stunning seven-LP collection of historic recordings by legendary instrumentalists. Primrose/Kapell: Brahms Sonata #1. Szigeti/Beecham: Prokofiev Concerto #1. Milstein/Horowitz: Brahms Sonata #3. Feuermann/Stokowski: Schelomo. Heifetz/Beecham: Sibelius Concerto. Kreisler/Blech: Mendelssohn Concerto. Kreisler/Lamson: Liebesleid. Brain/Karajan: Mozart Concerto #3. Casals: Bach Suite #3. Landowska: Bach Italian Concerto. Cortot: Kinderscenen. Gieseking: Brahms Intermezzi (2); Debussy Suite Bergamasque. Kell/Goehr: Weber Concertino. Goossens/Lener Quartet: Mozart Oboe Quartet. Rachmaninoff: Schumann Carnaval. Schnabel/Sargent: Mozart Concerto #21. Serkin/Busch Quartet: Schumann Piano Quintet. Menuhin/Enesco/Monteux: Bach Double Concerto. Rubinstein: Pcs by Faure, Poulenc, Chopin, Falla. Lipatti: Chopin Waltzes (5). Piatigorsky/Solomon: Beethoven Sonata Op.102, #1. [Includes 159-page paperback book with very (!) detailed notes by Richard Freed & Peter Eliot Stone.] The Smithsonian Collection of Recordings LGR-9265(7). FS 35.00

1206. VIRTUOSI DI ROMA: Vivaldi - The Seasons. Fasano, conductor.. [Interesting that for this issue they chose to call the work simply "The Seasons" and omitted the customary "Four;" also includes the fifth concerto from Op.8 - "The Sea Tempest. VERY scarce - only in print January 1956 to February 1957; beginning with this issue number, these LHMV boxed single discs had standard covers rather than the frame-cut covers with insert prints] RCA LHMV-26. A--(minor tks off & on "Sea Tempest") 14.00
LP's: Winds & Brass
1207.*HERSETH: (trumpet): Haydn Concerto. CLEVENGER (horn): Mozart Concerto #3. ELLIOT (bassoon): Mozart Concerto. STILL (oboe): Mozart Concerto. Abbado/CSO. [soloists are CSO principals c.1984] DGG 415 104-1. FS 16.00
LP's: Bassoon
1208.*TURKOVIC: Mozart Concerto; Concerti by Kozeluh (in C) and Weber (Op.75). Schneit/Bamberg Syum. DGG 2530 270. (A- to A) 8.00
LP's: Clarinet
1209.*DE PEYER: Works of Weber, Florent Schmitt, Debussy, Benjamin, Martinu & Joseph Horovitz. Preedy, piano. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-60028. A- 12.00
LP's: Flute
1210.*DEBOST: Mozart Concerto in G; Andante for Flute & Orchestra, K.315. BOURGUE (Oboe): Mozart Concerto. Barenboim/Paris Orch. [quad] Angel S-37269. FS(c/c) 8.00

1211.*SHAFFER: Mozart Concerti #1 & #2. Kurtz/PO. Capitol SG-7135. A- 7.00

1212. WANAUSEK: Concerti by Haydn (in D), Leclair (in C) & Pergolesi (#2). Angerer/Vienna Pro Musica Ch Orch. Vox PL-10150. A-(demo copy) 10.00

LP's: Oboe
1213.*CSANKY: Concerti of Bach, Handel, Vivaldi & Marcello. Sandor/Liszt Ch Orch. Hungaroton SLPX-11740. FS 4.00

1214.*GOOSSENS: Handel Concerti #1-#3. Bach Concerto in d. Vivaldi Concerto Op.3, #10. Menuhin, violin & conducting Bath Festival Ch Orch. Angel RL-32076. A- 4.00

1215.*MEERWEIN: (Oboe & English Horn): Works of Schumann, Frohlich, Donizetti & Yvon. Bergemann, piano. BASF 25 22133-4. A- 4.00
LP's: French Horn
1216. BRAIN: Mozart Concerti #2 (Susskind/PO) & #4 (Brain/Halle Orch). [10-inch; not to be confused with the common Angel disc with Karajan of all four concerti!] Col ML-2088. B+ 7.00

1217.*HOGNER: Mozart - The Four Concerti. Bohm/VPO. DGG 2531 274. A- to A 9.00

LP's: Trumpet
1218.*SCHWARZ: Haydn & Hummel Concerti. Schwarz/Y Chamber Sym of NY. [early digital - recorded 1979] Delos DMS-3001. A- 4.00
LP's: Violinists
1219.*ACCARDO: Brahms - Double Concerto. Schiff, cello; Mazur/Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch (who also play the Haydn Variations). Philips 9500 623. A- to A(c/c) 8.00

1220.*ACCARDO: Paganini - Variations on Carnival of Venice & Mose; Larghetto con Passione; Moto Perpetuo; Andante Amoroso; Sonata per la Gran Viola. Tamponi/Ch Orch of Europe. [dig; DMM] Angel DS-38127. A- to A(c/c) 6.00

1221.*ASHKENASI:(Shmuel): Paganini Concerti #1+2. Esser/Vienna Sym. DGG 139 424. A- to A 4.00

1222. BARINOVA: (Halina): Karlowicz Concerto (Kondrashin/National Philharmonic; 1st recording?) OISTRAKH: Szymanowski Sonata in d, Op.9 (Yampolsky, piano). Colosseum CRLP-190. B+ 11.00

1223. BIFFOLI: Tartini - Six Concerti, Op.2. Eckertsen/I Musici Virtuosi di Milano. [Limited Edition of only 500; discs have a few lgt marks, but this is a first-class copy of a fine pressing for the era; slipcase is a bit scuffed and stained, but has protected the oversized inside velvety album very nicely except for its worn spine] Vox DL-373(3). A-- 32.00

1224. CAMPOLI: Bruch & Mendelssohn Concerti. Kisch/New Sym (Bruch); Van Beinum/LPO (Mendelssohn). London LL-966. B- 6.00

1225. CAMPOLI: Mendelssohn Concerto. Van Beinum/LPO. [10-inch] London LPS-90. B+ to A- 12.00

1226.*CAMPOLI: Tchaikovsky Concerto. Argenta/LSO. [scarce disc; but the original on CS-6011 is a lot scarcer!] London STS-15263. A- 12.00

1227. ELMAN: Jubilee Record: Short works of Massenet, Arensky, Schumann(2), Cui, Drigo, Sulzer, Sarasate, Schubert, Dvorak, Gossec, Chopin, Beethoven & Tchaikovsky. Seiger, piano. [I do not have copy of the stereo issue on hand to compare, but I understand that it omitted one of the items on this mono issue.] Van VRS-1051. A- 21.00

1228. ELMAN: Tchaikovsky Concerto (Paray/BSO). Bach - Concerto in E, BWV 1042 (Collingwood/Orch). Discocorp RR-453. A- 20.00

1229. ENESCO: Bach - Concerto for Two Violins & Strings (Menuhin; Monteux/Paris Symphony, incorrectly identified as PCO here). Short works of Bach, Pugnani, Kreisler, Chausson & Wagner. Melodiya M10-42633. A- 12.00

1230.*FERRAS: Beethoven Concerto. Karajan/BPO. DGG 139 021. A- to A 9.00

1231. FOURNIER: (Jean): Beethoven Sonatas #4 & #5. Doyen, piano. West XWN-18419. A- 14.00

1232.*FRANCESCATTI: Beethoven Concerto. Walter/Columbia Sym. Odyssey Y-30042. A- 4.00

1233. FRANCESCATTI: Chausson - Poeme. Saint-Saens - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso. Ormandy/Phila. [10-inch] Col ML-2194. A- 12.00

1234. FRANCESCATTI: Paganini Caprices (8). Kreisler Favorites (5). Balsam, piano. [blue labels] Col ML-4219. B+/B 8.00

1235. FRANCESCATTI: Paganini Concerto #1 (Ormandy/Phila); Saint-Saens Concerto #3 (Mitropoulos/NYP). Col ML-4315. A-("6-eyes" labels) 13.00

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1236. FRANCESCATTI: Vitali - Chaconne. Tartini - Variations; Presto from Concerto in d minor. Paganini - Di Tanti Palpiti. (notes in Cyrillic only; orchestra not identified in Bennett Melodiya book; probably de Stoutz/Zurich from Columbia LP) [10-inch] Melodiya 31671-2. A- 9.00

1237. FUCHS: Mozart - Duos #1 & #2. With Lillian Fuchs. Col ML-5692. A-(early "6-eyes" labels) 13.00

1238. GIMPEL: Beethoven Concerto. Davisson/"Pro Musica" Orchestra, Stuttgart. [10-inch; French pressing] Minivox MV-202. B+ 16.00

1239. GREAT VIOLINISTS OF THE 19TH: & 20TH CENTURIES. Recordings by Sarasate [Sarasate(6), Bach, & Chopin]; Auer [Brahms & Tchaikovsky]; Joachim [Brahms(2)]; Ysaye [Wieniawski(2), Brahms & Vieuxtemps]; Jan Kubelik [Bazzini]. ASCO A-123. A- to B+(original sources are not silent!) 12.00

1240. GRUMIAUX: Beethoven Sonatas #1, #4 & #5. Haskil, piano. Epic LC-3400. A- to B+ 6.00

1241. GRUMIAUX: Mozart Concerti #1 & "#7." Paumgartner/Vienna Sym. Epic LC-3230. A-(very neat Scotch tape seam sealing) 9.00

1242. HEIFETZ: Bruch Concerto #1 (Sargent/LSO). Saint-Saens Sonata #1 (Bay, pf). [PD labels] RCA LM-9007. A-(original glassine sleeves!) 9.00

1243. HEIFETZ: Concerti of BEETHOVEN (Rodzinski/NYP; 1945); BRAHMS (Szell/NYP; 1951); MOZART #5 (Kurtz/NYP; 1947); MENDELSSOHN (Toscanini/NBC Sym; 1944). [All live] Discocorp RR-491(2). A- 26.00

1244.*HEIFETZ: Dvorak - Piano Trio in f, Op.65. Stravinsky - Suite Italienne for Violin & Cello. Handel-Halvorsen - Passacaglia. Piatigorsky, cello, in all; Pennario, piano, in Dvorak. CBS 60264. A- to A(superb Dutch pressing) 10.00

1245.*HEIFETZ: Franck & Strauss Sonatas. Brooks Smith, piano. [recorded live in Los Angeles; drm] CBS MP-39550. A- to A(lovely Dutch pressing) 10.00

1246. HEIFETZ: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Steinberg/RCA Victor Symphony. [10-inch] RCA LM-127. A- 12.00

1247. HEIFETZ: Rozsa Concerto Hendl/Dallas Sym). Spohr - Concerto #8 (Solomon/RCA Orch). Tchaikovsky - Serenade Melancholique (Wallenstein/LAPO). [terrific cover portrait of Heifetz I have not seen elsewhere] [WD labels] RCA LM-2027. A- 13.00

1248. HUBERMAN: Brahms Concerto (Rodzinski; (1944). Mozart Concerto #4 (Walter; 1945). NYP (live) in both. [With nice cover photo of Huberman with Walter; oddly scarce issue - my first copy ever.] Discocorp RR-551. A- 21.00

1249.*JENSON: Brahms Sonatas #1 & #3. Sanders, piano. [dig] RCA ARC1-4419. A-(c/c) 6.00

1250.*JENSON: Sibelius Concerto. Saint-Saens - Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso. Ormandy/Phila. [dig] RCA ATC1-3972. A- 10.00

1251.*KORSAKOV: Paganini Concerto #1. Fedoseyev/USSR Radio. Melodiya C10-20583 004. A- 12.00

1252. KREISLER: Beethoven Sonata #5 & #9. Rupp, piano. EMI HQM-1214. A- 10.00

1253. KREISLER: Mendelssohn Concerto (Blech/BSOO; recorded 1926). Encore pieces by Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, Dvorak, Massenet, Bizet, Dittersdorf & Chopin (recorded 1908/28). Pearl GEMM-276. A- 12.00

1254. KUBELIK: (Jan): Short works of Bach, Handel, Ries, Fiorillo, Paganini, St.Lubin, Bazzini, Wieniawski(2), Sarasate(3) & Kubelik. [recorded 1903-20] Melodiya M10-45295 004. A- 12.00

1255.*MENUHIN: Bartok Concerto #2; Six Duos (with Nell Gotkovsky). Dorati/NPO. [blue labels] Angel S-36360. A- 6.00

1256.*MENUHIN: Beethoven - Sonata #5 ("Spring") & #9 ("Kreutzer"). Hephzibah Menuhin, piano. EMI SXLP-30164. A- to A 9.00

1257. MENUHIN: Beethoven Concerto. Furtwangler/PO. [first UK pressing] EMI ALP-1100. A-(beg of sds crackly; minor cov tape repair) 20.00

1258. MENUHIN: Bruch (#1) & Mendelssohn Concerti. Susskind(Bruch) & Kurtz(Mendelssohn) / PO. Capitol G-7148. A- 8.00

1259.*MENUHIN: Mozart Concerti #3 & #5. Menuhin/Bath Fest Orch. [French notes] Pathe CVB-1736. A- 6.00

1260.*MENUHIN: Mozart Concerti #4 & 6 (K.271a). Menuhin/Bath Festival Orch. Angel S-36152. FS 6.00

1261. MENUHIN: Mozart Sonatas, K.454 & K.526. Kentner, piano. Cap G-7123. A-(brief lgt tks beg sd 2) 7.00

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1262. MENUHIN: Nielsen Concerto. (Woldike/Danish Radio Orch). Short violin pieces by Debussy, Ravel & Falla (Moore, piano). In print from August 1955 until February 1957; the insert print is Georges Braque's "Guitar, Fruit and Pitcher."] RCA LHMV-22. A-(spine has neat tape repair; box top loose) 17.00

1263. MENUHIN: Vieuxtemps Concerto #5 (Pritchard/PO). Chausson - Concerto in D (Kentner; Quatour Pascal de la Radiodiffusion Francaise). [Extremely scarce item - first copy I've seen - only in print January 1956 until Febuary 1957; box is pristine] RCA LHMV-30. A-(lgt tks 30 seconds sd 1) 24.00

1264. MENUHIN: Encores - Corelli, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Paganini, Sarasate, Dvorak, Debussy, Kreisler, Ravel, Bartok. [rec 1930-45; misc pianists; transfers by A.C.Griffith] EMI HLM-7077. A- 14.00

MENUHIN: See also #889, 969, 1197, 1205, 1214, 1229, 1639.

1265.*MILSTEIN: Concerti of Tchaikovsky (Steinberg/Pittsburgh Sym), Brahms (Fistoulari/PO), and Beethoven (Leinsdorf/PO). [scratch ticks 6 times, beg mvt 2 of Beethoven (before violin); brief rumble, beg Tchaikovsky] [blue labels] Angel SCB-3712(3). A-(but see preceding) 12.00

1266. MILSTEIN: Mendelssohn Concerto (Walter/NYP; recorded 1945). Tchaikovsky Concerto (Stock/CSO; recorded 1940]. Odyssey Y-34604. A- 7.00

1267.*MILSTEIN: Mozart Concerto #4 & #5. Milstein also conducts PO. [blue labels] Angel S-36007. A- 12.00

1268. OISTRAKH: Beethoven Sonata #10 (Oborin, piano). Short works of Vitali, Brahms(2) & Mendelssohn (Yampolsky, piano). Col ML-5096. A-("6-eyes" labels) 9.00

1269. OISTRAKH: CHAUSSON - Poeme. RAVEL - Tzigane. (Kondrashin/USSR Sym). GLAZOUNOV - Mazurka-Oberek. (Yudin/USSR Radio Sym). KABALEVSKY - Concerto. (Composer/USSR Sym). West XWN-18177. A--(superficial marks cause very little sound) 9.00

1270.+OISTRAKH: Glazounov Concerto. Chausson - Poeme. Ravel - Tzigane. Kondrashin/Moscow Philharmonic. [German-only notes] Eurodisc 78 705. A- to A 6.00

1271. OISTRAKH: Kabalevsky Concerto (Composer/USSR Sym). Side 2: KHRENNIKOV: Much Ado About Nothing Suite (Stassevich/USSR Sym). Vanguard VRS-6002. A- 9.00

1272. OISTRAKH: Prokofiev 1st & Bruch Concerti. Von Matacic/LSO. Angel 35243. A- 12.00

1273.*OISTRAKH: Prokofiev Concerto #1. Chausson - Poeme. Ravel - Tzigane. Kondrashin/USSR Radio Orch. Westminster WGS-8251. FS(c/c) 7.00

1274. OISTRAKH: Prokofiev Concerto #1. Bartok Concerto #2. Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Philharmonic. Period SHO-338. A- 12.00

1275.*OISTRAKH: Sibelius Concerto; Two Humoresques. Rozhdestvensky/Moscow Radio. Quintessence PMC-7207. FS 6.00

1276. OLEVSKY: Fritz Kreisler Favorites (12).

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