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Wolfgang Rose, piano. Westminster XWN-18438. A-(a little tape on jacket spine) 24.00

1277.*OLEVSKY: Vivaldi - Four Seasons. Scherchen/VSOO. Music for Pleasure MFP-2118. A- 12.00

1278. RABIN: Paganini (#1) & Glazounov Concerti. Matacic/PO. Angel 35259. A--/A- 17.00

1279. RENARDY: Brahms Concerto. Munch/ACO. [Scarce! Sorry I cannot offer a copy in better condition] London LLP-1. B/B- 9.00

1280. RICCI: Beethoven Concerto. Boult/LPO. London LL-562. B- 6.00

1281.*RICCI: Glazounov Concerto (Peters/Philharmonia Hungarica). Also: GLAZOUNOV - Piano Concerto #2 (Ponti; Landau/Westphalian Sym). Turnabout QTVS-34621. A- 10.00

1282.*RICCI: Paganini Caprices #1-#24. London CS-6163. A- 21.00

1283.*RICCI: Saint-Saens - Complete Music for Violin & Orchestra. VARGA (cello): Saint-Saens - Complete Music for Cello & Orchestra. Landau/Westphalian Sym; Cao/Luxembourg Radio; Peters/Philharmonia Hungarica. Vox QVBX-5134(3). A-(slight box scuffs) 11.00

1284. RICCI: Sonata #2; Partita #2. Decca DL-10151. A-(c/c) 12.00

1285.*ROSAND: Sarasate - 8 Spanish Dances; Caprice Basque; Introduction & Tarantella; Navarra for 2 Violins (Rosand plays both parts). Vox STPL-512-760. A- 8.00

1286. RYBAR: Viotti Concerto #22. Nardini Concerto in E Minor. Dahinden/Winterthur Sym. Westminster WL-50-49. A--(mostly A-, but occ tks from tiny blems) 25.00

1287.*SCHNEIDERHAN: Mozart Concerto #4 & #5. Schmidt-Isserstedt/North German Radio Orch. [tulip labels] DGG SLPM-138 678. A- to A 24.00



LP's: Violinists - continued
1288. SPALDING: Brahms Concerto. Loibner/Vienna Tonkunstler Orch. [Originally on Remington in 1952 from a 15-ips tape, this 1980 reissue was made from the original 30-ips mastertape; one of Spalding's last recording sessions] Varese Sarabande VC-81059. A- 24.00

1289. SPIVAKOVSKY: Beethoven Sonata #10 (Firkusny, piano). Short works by Kreisler, Tchaikovsky, Paganini(2) & Sarasate (Balsam, piano). [blue labels] Col ML-4402. B+(encores)(Beethoven is A-) 30.00

1290.*STERN: Bach - Concerti #1 & #2; Concerto for Violin & Oboe. Gomberg, oboe; Bernstein/NYP. Stern conducts LSO in #1. Col MS-6949. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 6.00

1291.*STERN: Barber & Hindemith Concerti. Bernstein/NYP. Col MS-6713. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 10.00

1292.*STERN: Concerti of Brahms, Bruch, Mendelssohn, Beethoven & Tchaikovsky; Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole. Bernstein/NYP (in Beethoven); Ormandy/Phila in all the rest. [superb German pressings] CBS 79405(4). A- to A 16.00

1293. STERN: Dvorak Concerto. Mitropoulos/NYP. [Live, 1951] Musica 01 035. A- 15.00

1294. STERN: Prokofiev Sonatas #1 & 2. Zakin, pf. Col ML-4734. B/B-(#1)/B+(#2) (demo copy; blue labels) 6.00

1295.*SZERYNG: Brahms Concerto. Haitink/ACO. Philips 6500 530. FS 8.00

1296.*SZERYNG: Halffter & Ponce Concerti. Batiz/RPO. [dig; DMM; the Ponce is dedicated to Szeryng] Angel DS-38258. A-(c/c) 6.00

1297. SZIGETI: Beeg Concerto (Mitropoulos/NBC Sym; live, 1945). Filler: Berg - Three Excerpts from Wozzeck (Kupper; Erich Kleiber/Cologne Radio; live, 1953). Fonit Cetra DOC-3. A- to A 21.00

1298. SZIGETI: Berg Concerto (Mitropoulos/Orch; live, 1945); Mozart Concerto #3 (Walter/Orch; live, 1951). Discocorp WSA-701. A- 14.00

1299. SZIGETI: Prokofiev - Sonatas, Op.80 (Levine, piano) & Op.94 (Hambro, piano). Col ML-4257. A- (Op.80)(Op.94 is B++) 21.00

1300. SZIGETI: Prokofiev Concerto #1. Beethoven Romance #1. Tartini Concerto in d. Bartok Rhapsody #1. [Beethoven & Prokofiev with Szell, 1945; Tartini with Barzin, 1949; Bartok with Barlow, 1943][Scarce - my first copy ever!] Discocorp BWS-741. A- 25.00

SZIGETI: See also #1092, 1148, 1205.

1301. THIBAUD: Chausson - Poeme. Bigot/Lamoureux Orchestra. GABY CASADESUS (piano!): Faure - Ballade. Rosenthal/Lamoureux Orchestra. Vox PLP-6450. B 21.00

1302. THIBAUD: Lalo - Symphonie Espagnole (Stokowski/Orch; live, 1947). CORTOT (piano, of course!): Weber Sonata #2. Discocorp IGI-339. A-(original sources are not silent) 20.00

1303.*UGHI: (Uto): Beethoven Sonata #5 & #9. Sawallisch, piano. [dig] RCA RL-31647. A- to A(silky Italian pressing) 10.00

1304.*UGHI: Beethoven & Mendelssohn Concerti. Sawallisch (Beethoven) & Pretre (Mendelssohn); LSO. RCA GL-86536. A- to A(German pressing) 7.00
LP's: Harpsichord
1305.*KIPNIS: Spanish Music. Works of Scarlatti(2), De Nebra(2), Soler(3). Epic BC-1374. A- 7.00

1306.*NEWMAN: (Anthony): Bach - The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1. Vox 2-VCL-9056(2). FS 12.00

1307. VALENTI: Scarlatti Sonatas, Volume # 1. West XWN-18328. A- 6.00

1308. VALENTI: Scarlatti Sonatas, Volume # 2. West WL-5116. A- to B++ 6.00

1309. VALENTI: Scarlatti Sonatas, Volume # 5. West W-9318. A- 6.00

1310. VALENTI: Scarlatti Sonatas, Volume # 7. West XWN-18334. A- 6.00

1311. VALENTI: Scarlatti Sonatas, Volume # 9. West W-9326. A- 6.00

1312. VALENTI: Scarlatti Sonatas, Volume #11. West W-9341. A- 6.00

1313. WALCHA: Bach - Italian Concerto, BWV 971; Chromatic Fantasy & Fuge, BWV 903; Partita, BWV 831. [German-only notes] Electrola 80586. A- 6.00
LP's: Cellists
1314. CASALS: A Living Portrait. Interviews, master classes, rehearsals etc. Commentary by Isaac Stern. Col PC-1. A-("2-eyes" labels) 14.00

1315. FEUERMANN: Bloch Schelomo (Stokowski/Phila). Brahms Double Concerto (Heifetz; Ormandy). Cui Oriental Melody. Albeniz Tango. Moore,pf. Melodiya M10-44235 001. A- 14.00

1316. FOURNIER: Couperin - Pieces en Concert. Boccherini - Concerto. Vivaldi - Concerto. Munchinger/Stuttgart Ch Or. London LL-687. A--(lgt marks cause v. little sound) 12.00

1317.*GERINGAS: Prokofiev Concertino, Op.132. Haydn - Concerto #2. Nelsson/NDR. Eurodisc 200-745-371. A- to A(c/c) 6.00

1318. JANIGRO: Dvorak Concerto. Dixon/VSOO. World Record Club T-342. A- 9.00

1319.*MA: Bach - Suite #1 & #2. [dig] CBS IM-39345. A- 9.00

1320.*MA: Bach - Suite #3 & #4. [dig] CBS IM-39508. 9.00

1321.*MA: Beethoven Sonata #1 & #2. Ax, piano. [dig] CBS IM-37251. A- to A 6.00

1322.*MA: Bolling; Suite for Cello & Jazz Piano Trio. Bolling; Michel; Dayan. CBS FM-35059. A- 9.00

1323. NELSOVA: Dvorak Concerto. Georg Ludwig Jochum/RIAS. [Live, 1960; notes in Italian only; nice fold-open jacket] I Grandi Concerti GCL-31. A- to A(very minor cover scuffs) 9.00

1324. PARISOT: Schumann Concerto (Le Conte/Vienna Opera). KRAUS (pf): Schumann Concerto (Dersarzens/Vienna Opera). [French notes] Guilde Internationale MMS-2190. A- 13.00

1325. PINI: Elgar Concerto. Van Beinum/LPO. [10-inch] London LPS-95. B+ to B 6.00

1326. ROSE: Franck & Grieg Sonatas. Hambro, piano. [blue labels] Col ML-4652. B- 6.00

1327. ROSE: Tchaikovsky - Rococo Variations. Szell/NYP, who also play Oberon & Freischutz Overtures. [red "6-eyes"] Col GB-1. A--(almost A-; a bit too much vinyl "presence") 6.00



STARKER: See #711, 720, 729.

1328.*VARGA: (Laszlo): Haydn Concerti #1 & #2. Dorati/Bamberg Sym. Turn TVS-34695. FS 5.00


LP's: Violists
1329. FUCHS: (Lillian): Bach - Suites #2 & #6 (usually played on cello, of course). Decca DL-9544. B(varies B+ to B-; 1/2-in scr beg sd 1/misc tks) 12.00

1330. PRIMROSE: Walton Concerto (Sargent/RPO). Hindemith - Der Schwanendreher (Pritchard/Col Ch Orch). Col ML-4905. B 6.00

1331.*SCHOTTEN: (Yizhak): Bloch - Suite for Viola & Piano. Hindemith - Sonata for Viola & Piano. Collier, piano. CRI SD-450. A- 9.00

1332. TERTIS: Brahms - Sonata in f, Op.120, #1. Delius - Sonata #2; Cherry Ripe. Handel - Sonata in F. Bach - Adagio. Cartier - La Chasse. Mendelssohn - On Wings of Song; Sweet Remembrance. [With various pianists; rec 1920-33] EMI HLM-7055. A-(brief lgt tks sd 1) 15.00


LP's: Harp
1333.*ALLEN: Debussy - Danses Sacree et Profane; six ranscriptions. Ravel - Introduction & Allegro; two transcriptions. Misc assisting artists. [dig] Angel DS-37339. A-(demo; c/c) 9.00

1334. GRANDJANY: Grandjany(3), Faure, Prokofiev & Hindemith. [fold-open] Cap PAO-8420. A- 9.00

1335. GRANDJANY: El Amor d'Espana - Works of Soler, Angles, Casanovas, Freixanet, Chavarri, Granados, Falla(2), Turina, Albeniz, Trad. [lovely cover!] Capitol P-8473. A- 9.00

1336.*LASKINE: Japanese Melodies for Flute & Harp (12). Rampal, flute. Col M-34568. A- 9.00

1337.*LASKINE: Music by Candlelight for Flute & Harp. Greensleeves & works of Faure, Ibert, Damase & Krumpholz. Rampal, flute. Epic BC-1317. FS 12.00

1338.*MCDONALD: Music for Harp & Flute by Krumpholz, Schaposhnikoff, Damase & Ibert. Di Tullio, flute. Klavier KS-556. FS 9.00

1339.*ZABALETA: Bach - Suite after Partita #3. Corelli Sonata. Spohr Variations. Handel Theme & Variations. Works of Faure, Perez de Albeniz & Albeniz. [tulip] DGG 138 890. A- to A 12.00

1340.*ZABALETA: RAVEL - Introduction & Allegro. DEBUSSY - Danses Sacree et Profane. Concerti of ALBRECHTSBERGER & HANDEL. Kuentz/Ch Orch. DGG 139 304. FS 9.00

1341.*ZABALETA: French Harp Music - works of Damase, Debussy, Ravel, Rousseau, Roussel, Salzedo, Tailleferre & Tournier. DGG 2531 051. A- to A 9.00

1342.*ZABALETA: Spanish Harp Music - works Albeniz(5), Falla, Turina, Guerra, Granados, Halffter & Chavarri. DGG 2530 230. A- to A 9.00



LP's: Guitar
1343.*BERTONE: Paganini - Guitar Sonatas #2, #4, #10, #12, #15, #20, #24, #30 & #33. [includes English notes] Dynamic DS-4030. A- 9.00

1344.*MARIAS: (Juan): Rod McKuen - Concerto #2. Greenslade/Madrid Sym. Greenslade also conducts McKuen's Five Pieces for Orchestra (with London Arte Orch). Stanyan 9006. A- 9.00

1345.*MIKULKA: Haydn - Guitar Quartet (arrangement of his String Quartet, Op.2, #2). Giuliani - Concerto for Guitar & Strings. Pinkas/Ostrava Janacek Ch Orch. Supraphon 1110 2700. A- 9.00

1346. MONTOYA: Plays in a Fiesta Flamenco (Juerga Gitana). With Salome de Cordoba; Trianita Montoya; Juanele Maya; Chinin de Triana. [10-inch] Cook 1027. A- 12.00

1347.*PARKENING: Simple Gifts - Spirituals, Hymns & works of Haydn, Bach, Humperdinck & Mozart. [dig] Angel DS-37335. A- 7.00

1348.*ROMERO: (Angel): Concerti by Lalo Schifrin & Villa-Lobos. Lopez-Cobos/LPO. [dig; DMM] [Front cover has a smudgy autograph - but I can't make out the name!] Angel DS-38126. A- to A 9.00

1349.*ROMERO: Giuliani Concerto. Rodrigo - Concierto Madrigal (with Angel Romero). Marriner/ASMF. Philips 6500 918. A- to A 9.00

1350.*ROMEROS: (Celedonio, Pepe, Celin & Angel): Rodrigo - Concierto Andaluz. ROMERO: (Pepe): Rodrigo - Concierto de Aranjuez. Marriner/ASMF. Philips 9500 563. A- to(demo copy) 9.00

1351.*TARRAGO: Rodrigo - Concierto de Aranjuez. Short solo works by Sor(2), Tarrega(3), Torroba(2). Alonso/Orquesta de Conciertos de Madrid (in Rodrigo). [notes in Spanish only] Clave 18-1130. A- 9.00

1352.*YEPES: Bach - Prelude, Fugue & Allegro, in E-flat, BWV 998; Suite in e, BWV 996; Prelude in c, BWV 999; Suite (Partita) in c, BWV 997. DGG 2530 462. A- to A 99.00


LP's: Pianists
1353. ALEXANDROVITCH (Georges): Chopin - Rondo a la Mazur. Maria Agata Szymanowska (1789-1831) - Etudes(5); Minuet; Polonaise; Nocturne. Franz Lessel (1790-1839) - Variations. Musidisc RC-782. A- 8.00

1354.*ARRAU: Beethoven Sonata #24 & #29. Philips 6833 145. A- to A(c/c) 5.00

1355.+ASHKENAZY: Chopin Etudes, Op.25, #13-24. Liszt - Mephisto Waltz. Hall of Fame HOFS-521. FS 6.00

ASHKENAZY: See also #667, 701, 1355.

1356. BACKHAUS: Beethoven - Diabelli Variations. London LL-1182. A--(c/c) 11.00

1357. BACKHAUS: Beethoven Concerto #4. Cantelli/NYP, who also play Creston - Dance Overture. [Live; March 18, 1956] Penzance 39. A- 16.00

1358. BACKHAUS: Beethoven Sonata # 1, 26 & 27. London CM-9085. A- 6.00

1359. BACKHAUS: Beethoven Sonata # 4 & #7. London CM-9086. A-(in sleeve for earlier issue: LL-950) 6.00

1360. BACKHAUS: Beethoven Sonata # 8, 9 & 15. London CM-9088. A- 6.00

1361. BACKHAUS: Carnegie Hall Recital: March 30, 1954. Beethoven Sonatas #8, #17, #25, #26 & #32. [in oversized album, in superior condition] London LL-1108-9(2). A--(vast bulk is A-; occ brief, lgt tks) 60.00

1362. BARERE: Short works of Lizst(3), Chopin, Scriabin(2), Rachmaninoff(3), Blumenfield, Schumann(2) & Balakirev. [recorded 1948-51; some live from Carnegie Hall; first issue of the two Scriabin Etudes] Varese Sarabande VC-81045. FS 12.00

1363. BARERE: Complete HMV Recordings, 1934/1936. Recordings of Liszt(7), Chopin(3), Balakirev(2), Blumenfield, Glazunov, Scriabin(3), Rameau-Godowsky, Lully-Godowsky, Schumann(2). [transfers by Bryan Crimp] Archive-Piano Recordings APR-7001(2). A-(fine British pressings) 25.00

1364.*BERMAN: Schumann Sonatas #1 & #2. Col-Melodiya M-34528. A- 6.00

1365. CASADESUS: Mozart Concerto #24 (Szell/NYP; live; 5/14/58). Overside is Mozart Clarinet Concerto with unnamed soloist; Knappertsbusch conducting BPO live, 3/18/1956. [Italian-only notes] I Grandi Concerti GCL-48. A 16.00

1366.*CICCOLINI: Piano Music of Satie, Vol 3. [blue labels] Angel S-36485. A- 6.00

1367.*CICCOLINI: Piano Music of Satie, Vol 4. Angel S-36714. A- 6.00

LP's: Pianists - continued
1368. CICCOLINI: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Cluytens/PCO. RCA LBC-1020. B+(very ripe French Horn at outset!) 16.00

1369. CORTOT: Schumann - Carnaval. Chopin - Piano Sonata, Op.35. [In print from May of 1955 to February 1957; the insert print is an original woodcut by Benedict Ung, untitled, but clearly with Carnaval in mind] RCA LHMV-18. B+(a few ticky spots; top of box loose) 21.00

1370.*CORTOT: Short works of Saint-Saens, Faure, Albeniz, Liszt, Chopin(2) & Schubert(3). [From Duo-Art piano rolls] Everest X-908. FS 5.00

1371. DE GROOT: Beethoven Concerto #4 (Otterloo/Vienna Sym). Chopin - Berceuse, Op.57; Waltz, Op.64, #2. Philips GBL-5595. A- to A 9.00

1372.*DE LARROCHA: Ravel - Gaspard; Alborada; Valses Nobles/Sentimentales. Col M-30115. FS 6.00

1373. DEMUS: Schumann - Concerto; Konzertstuck; Intro & Allegro. Rodzinski/VSOO. West XWN-18290. A- 7.00

1374.*DOUGLAS: Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition. Liszt - Dante Sonata. Wagner/Liszt - Isolde's Liebestod. [dig; DMM] RCA 5931-1-RC. A-(minor cover scuffs) 6.00

1375.*ENGEL: Schumann Concerto. Chabrun/Cento Soli Orchestra. Omega OSL-14. A- 16.00

1376. FARNADI: Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #16 - 19; Rhapsodie Espagnole; 6 Consolations. Westminster W-9346. A-(c/c) 7.00

1377. FARNADI: Liszt - Three Concert Etudes; Six Paganini Etudes. Westminster XWN-18017. A- 10.00

1378. FARNADI: Tchaikovsky Concerti #1 & #2. Scherchen/VSOO. Westminster WL-5309. A-- 12.00

1379. FERRANTE & TEICHER: Rachmaninoff - Suites #1 & #2 for Two Pianos. [an unusual foray into the classical repertoire for these two!] Westminster XWN-18059. A- 12.00

1380.*FIRKUSNY: Dvorak Concerto. Susskind/St. Louis Sym. [quad] Turnabout QTV-35691. A- 8.00

1381.*FRAGER: Beethoven Sonatas #13 & #14 (Moonlight); Rondos, Op.51, #1 & #2. Acanta 2021917-8. FS 8.00

1382. FRANCOIS: Schumann Concerto (Munch/ORTF, live, Montreux Festival, 9-17-57); Papillons; Wieck Variations; Valse-Impromptu; Rossignol (live, Besancon Festival, 9-18-56). Pathe C061-73019. FS 25.00

1383. GERSHWIN: His Rhapsody in Blue (Whiteman/His Orch; check out the opening clarinet!); American in Paris (playing celeste; Shilkret/RCA Sym); 3 Preludes; Oh, Kay! & Tip-Toes (4 songs each). RCA AVM1-1740. A- 7.00

1384. GIESEKING: "Souvenirs." Short works of Mozart, Schumann(3, Chopin, Mendelssohn, Grieg(3), Debussy(4), Scriabin(2) & Ravel. Angel 35488. A-(very early U.S. red labels) 10.00

1385. GIESEKING: Beethoven Concerto #1. Mozart Concerto #9. Rosbaud/BSOO. Discocorp RR-411. A- 10.00

1386. GIESEKING: Rachmaninoff Concerto #2 (Mengelberg/ACO; 1940). Mozart Concerto #27 (Dersarzens/Orch; 1948). International Piano Library IPL 506. A- 12.00

1387. 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-) 51.00

1388. GIESEKING: Volume 1: DEBUSSY - Images, Series I & II; Pour le Piano; Estampes; Preludes, Books I & II; Etudes, Book II; Suite Bergamasque; Children's Corner; 16 more short pieces. RAVEL - Pavane; Sonatine; Valses Nobles et Sentimentales; Menuet Antique; Gaspard de la Nuit; Miroirs; Tombeau de Couperin; five more short works. GRIEG - Lyric Pieces (thirty-one, drawn from Op.12, 38, 43, 47, 54, 57, 62, 65, 68 & 71). [Ten records in very sturdy box (with wood veneer on front) with nice notes booklet in Italian and English. Volume One of six albums.] Italian EMI 3C153-52331/40(10). A- to A(lgt bbl thumps side 9 - Debussy Preludes Bk I) 42.00

GIESEKING: See also #629, 631, 648, 660, 662, 676, 679, 680, 684, 1205, 1550, 1661, 1667.

1389.*GILELS: Beethoven - The Five Concerti (Szell/CO); 32 Variations in c; 6 Variations on a Turkish March; 12 Variations on a Russian Theme. Angel SE-3731(4). A-(blue labels) 24.00

1390.*GOULD: Brahms - Rhapsodies, Op.79; Ballades, Op.10. [dig] CBS IM-37800. A-(demo copy) 6.00

1391.*GOULD: Strauss - Enoch Arden. Claude Rains recites Tennyson poem while Gould plays accompanying music. [scarce, unusual item] Col MS-6341. A-(early "6-eyes" labels) 24.00

1392.*GOULD: Concert Dropout. Glenn Gould in conversation with producer John McClure on such subjects as "The Concert is Dead," "Why I Sing Along," "The Only Excuse for Recording Is to Do It Differently," and The Great Get-Sibelius Plot Exposed." [Why did Columbia choose the prefix it did for this disc?] Col BS-15. A-("2-eyes" labels; demo copy) 18.00

LP's: Pianists - continued
1393.*GRAINGER: Grieg Concerto (Grainger's 1919 Duo-Art piano roll accompanied by Hopkins/Sydney Sym); Grainger - Seven Works (Grainger, piano; Stokowski/His Sym [includes Country Gardens, Mock Morris, Molly on the Shore; recorded in [MONO] Manhattan Center, 1950; Mohr/Layton team!]) RCA ARL1-3059. A-(c/c) 9.00

1394.*GULDA: Beethoven - The Five Concerti (complete). Stein/VPO. [1st US issue, at least as a set: no CS-series incarnation] London STS-15203/6(4). A-(c/c; brief tks early #4) 14.00

1395. GULDA: Beethoven Sonata #29. London LL-422. A-- 10.00

1396. GULDA: Mozart Concerto #25 & #26. Collins/New Sym of London. London LL-1370. B+ 6.00

1397. HAAS: (Monique): Schumann - Concerto (Jochum/BPO); Fantasiestucke, Op.12. Heliodor 478 097. A- to A(German pressing) 12.00

1398. HASKIL: Beethoven - Concerto #3 (Munch/BSO; live, 1956); Sonata #32 (also apparently live, but no date shown). Rococo 2104. A- 12.00

1399. HESS: Schumann Concerto. Rudolf Schwarz/PO. [recorded in December of 1952; released mid-1954; deleted February 1957; imposing cover portraitof Hess] RCA LHMV-1062. A- 16.00

1400. HOFMANN: Chopin Concerto #2 (live 1937; unidentified conductor/orch). Plus phone interview on his 76th birthday, 1952. International Piano Archives IPL-501. A-(somewhat noisy original sources) 20.00

1401. HOFMANN: Rubinstein Concerto #4 (Krueger/Orch; March, 1945). Beethoven Concerto #4 (Ormandy/Orch; April 1938). International Piano Library IPL 503. A- 12.00

1402. HOFMANN: The Brunswick Recordings: Short works of Scarlatti-Tausig, Gluck-Brahms, Beethoven-Rubinstein, Chopin(4), Chopin-Liszt, Hofmann, Rubinstein, Wagner-Brassin, Rachmaninoff(2) & Liszt(2). [all recorded 1923] International Piano Archives IPA 103. A- 13.00

1403. HOROWITZ: Brahms - Concerto #1 (Walter/ACO; live, 1936; 3 1/2 minutes of 1st mvt lost due to broken acetate). Tchaikovsky - Concerto #1 (Walter/Unnamed Orch; live, 1944). Discocorp BWS-728. A- 10.00

1404. HOROWITZ: Tchaikovsky Concerto #1. Szell/NYP. [Live, 1953; legendary, HOT performance!] Penzance 17. A- 17.00

1405.*ISTOMIN: Beethoven - Concerto #4. Ormandy/Phila. [unaccountably scarce - first copy I've had!] Col MS-7199. A-("2-eyes" labels; slight cover scuffs) 12.00

1406. KAPELL: Shostakovich Concerto #1 (Ormandy/Unnamed Orch; live, 12-1-45). Falla - Nights in the Gardens of Spain (Stokowski/Unnamed Orch, 11-13-49). [original sources have some noise, especially the Shostakovich] Opus MLG-71. A- 37.00

1407. KAROLYI: Chopin Concerto #1. Schuchter/BPO. [10-in; Dutch notes only] Dutch HMV GHLP-1007. B 10.00

1408. KAROLYI: Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #2 & #12; Gnomenreigen; Liebestraum #3. [10-inch; tulip labels] DGG LPE-17063. A- to A 30.00

1409.*KATCHEN: Brahms - Piano Music, Vol. 5: Hungarian Dances. [With Marty in #11-21, which Brahms arranged only for duet] London CS-6473. A- 6.00

1410.*KATCHEN: Brahms - Piano Music, Vol. 6: Variations on a Theme of Schumann, Op.9; Variations on an Original Theme, Op.21, #1; Variations on a Hungarian Song, Op.21, #2. London CS-6477. A- 6.00

1411. KATIN: Liszt - Dante Sonata; Polonaise #2; Consolations #1-#6. London LL-934. A-- 7.00

1412. KRAUS: Mozart Concerto #12 & #18. Monteux/BSO. [recorded 1953] French RCA GM-43276. A- to A 12.00

1413. LANDOWSKA: Mozart - Piano Concerto #22 (Rodzinski/Unnamed orch; live, 1945). Bach - Concerto in D for Solo Harpsichord, after Vivaldi (live, 1943). Discocorp IGI-331. A- 10.00

1414.*LAPLANTE: Rachmaninoff Concerto #3. Lazarev/Orch. [2nd place, 6th Tchaikovsky Competition; apparently live performance] Melodiya 33C10-11311-12. FS 8.00

1415.*LAREDO: Rachmaninoff - Preludes, Op.32; Fragments; Prelude (posthumous). Col M-33430. A- 6.00

1416.*LHEVINNE: (Rosina): Chopin Concerto #1. Barnett/Alumni of National Orchestral Assn, who also play Schumann's Overture, Scherzo & Finale. Vanguard VSD-2111. A- 12.00

1417. LIPATTI: Grieg Concerto (Galliera/PO); Schumann Concerto (Karajan/PO). Electrola 1C047-00 770. A- to A 8.00

1418. LIPATTI: Schumann Concerto (Ansermet/OSR; radio broadcast, February 22, 1950). HASKIL: Beethoven Concerto #4 (Zecchi/LPO; June 2, 1947). [notes in German only] Telefunken 6.41904. A- to A 21.00



LP's: Pianists - continued
1419. LONG: (Kathleen): Haydn Sonatas #8, #10, #25 & #30. London LL-1380. B+ 7.00

1420. LYMPANY: Chopin Nocturnes (complete). [blue labels] Angel 3602(2). A- 10.00

1421. LYMPANY: Khachaturian Concerto. Fistoulari/LPO. London LL-692. A- 9.00

MALININ: See ##664 & 666.

1422. MICHELANGELI: Beethoven - Concerto #5. Celibidache/Swedish Radio Orch. [Live] Rococo 2047. A- 18.00

1423. MICHELANGLI: Schumann - Carnival of Vienna. Chopin - Sonata #2. [Live, 1952 (Chopin) & 1955 (Schumann); notes in Italian only; nice fold-open jacket] I Grandi Concerti GCL-11. A- to A(very slight cover scuffs) 12.00

1424.*MOISEIWITSCH: Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition. Schumann - Carnaval. [nice color cover portrait] Decca DL-710042. A- 10.00

1425. NOVAES: Mozart Concerto #9 & #20.

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