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PO; 1952). World Record Club SHB-52(2). A- to A 26.00

1557. CANTELLI: Vivaldi - The Four Seasons. John Corigliano, violin; NYP. Col ML-5044. A-("6-eyes" labels) 10.00

1558. CELIBIDACHE: Bruckner - Mass #3 (Danco; Hoeffgen; Kmentt; Guthrie; RAI Rome Orch & Cho; live, 1958). KLEMPERER: Bruckner - Te Deum (Harper; Baker; Lewis; Nowakowski; BBC Sym & Cho; live, 1961). Melodram MEL-214(2). A- to A 10.00

1559.*CHAILLY: Stravinsky - Song of the Nightingale; Symphony of Psalms; Fireworks; King of the Stars. Berlin Radio Orch & Cho. [dig] London 414 078. A- to A 9.00

1560. COATES: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #3; Francesca da Rimini; Hamlet. LSO. [recorded 1930-32] Encore E-301. A- 12.00

1561. DE SABATA: Glazounov - Excerpts from Middle Ages Suite. De Sabata - Juventus. Mossolov - Iron Foundry. Respighi - Feste Romane. Stravinsky - Fireworks. BPO (in Feste); E.I.A.R Sym (in rest). Discocorp IGI-356. A- 12.00

1562. DESORMIERE: Delibes - Suites from Sylvia & Coppelia. PCO. London LL-846. A- 9.00

1563. DESORMIERE: Glazounov - The Seasons. French National Orch. Capitol P-8157. A- 9.00

1564. DESORMIERE: Ibert - Divertissement. Chopin - Les Sylphides. PCO. London LL-884. A- 9.00

1565. DOBROWEN: Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings (Philharmonia String Orchestra). MALKO: Glinka - Valse-Fantasie (PO). [deleted August 1956] RCA LBC-1021. A- 16.00

DORATI: See #55, 703, 711, 716-18, 721, 724-25, 729, 733, 872, 903, 926, 1048, 1255, 1328.

1566.*DUTOIT: Ravel - Ma Mere l'Oye (complete); Tombeau de Couperin; Pavane. Montreal Sym. [dig; apparently imported into Canada and probably a Dutch pressing] London 410 254-1. FS(c/c; minor damage to top spine corner) 8.00

1567. FIEDLER: Gilbert & Sullivan Overtures (5). BPS. [10-inch] RCA LM-7006. B+/B 6.00

1568. FIEDLER: Gluck - Ballet Suite. Verdi - Aida Ballet Suite. Delibes - Coppelia Suite. BPS. [RCA picked one off-center 78 side of Gluck for their transfer] Camden CAL-151. B++ 12.00



LP's: Conductors - continued
1569. FIEDLER: Luigini - Ballet Egyptien. Massenet - Le Cid Suite. BPS. RCA LM-1084. A- 9.00

1570. FIEDLER: In the Latin Flavor - Works of Gade, Magidson-Conrad, Youmans, Rodriguez, Barroso, Yradier, Lecuona & Falla. BPS. [10-inch] RCA LM-162. A- 12.00

1571. FIEDLER: Leroy Anderson Favorites (8) - Including Sleigh Ride, Serenata, Blue Tango, Waltzing Cat. BPS. [10-inch] RCA LRM-7042. A-- 9.00

1572.*FIEDLER: Golden Years - Medleys from "Man of LaMancha" & "Hair;" selections from "Jesus Christ, Superstar," "Love Story," "Godfather;" Bolero; 1812 Overture; Hallelujah Chorus; Christmas Medley (Leroy Anderson); Springtime Overture (Goldmark). BPS. [all from Polydor originals, produced by Thomas Mowrey] Radio Shack 50-2045(2). A- 10.00



FIEDLER: See also #42, 50, 786, 800, 810, 823-24, 830, 833-35, 908, 1201.

1573. FISTOULARI: Gounod - Faust Ballet Music. Thomas - Mignon Overture. Ponchielli - Dance of the Hours. PCO. Decca LK-4018. A- 12.00

1574. FISTOULARI: Rimsky-Korsakov - Skazka; Snow Maiden Suite. PO. MGM E-3017. A-- 9.00

1575.*FOSS: Sibelius - Four Legends from The Kalevala. Buffalo Philharmonic. Nonesuch H-71203. A- 8.00

1576. FOURNET: Franck - Le Chasseur Maudit; Redemption. Lamoureux Orch. [10-in] Philips N-00661 R. A- 12.00

1577.*FOURNET: Ravel - La Valse. Debussy - Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun. Ibert - Escales. Chabrier - Espana. Tokyo Metropolitan Sym. [early digital; recorded September, 1980] Denon OX-7213. A- to A(minor cover scuffs) 10.00

1578. FURTWANGLER: Beethoven - Symphony #6. Brahms - Haydn Variations. VPO. [Live; 1943] [DMM] Electrola 29 0666 1. FS 13.00

1579. FURTWANGLER: Brahms - Symphony #1. DGG 2530 744. A- to A(c/c) 20.00

1580. FURTWANGLER: Bruckner - Symphony #5. Schumann - Cello Concerto (di Machula). BPO. [Live; October, 1942] Discocorp RR-538(2). A- 21.00

1581. FURTWANGLER: Bruckner - Symphony #7. BPO. [Live; 5-1-51] Discocorp RR-416. A- 10.00

1582. FURTWANGLER: Franck Symphony. VPO. French Decca 592107. A- to A(notes in French only) 10.00

1583. FURTWANGLER: Hindemith - "Harmonie der Welt" Symphony (VPO; Salzburg Festival; 8/30/1953); Concerto for Orchestra (BPO; Titania Palast, Berlin; 6/20/1950). [both recorded in concert] Fonit Cetra FE-22. FS 16.00

1584. FURTWANGLER: Honegger - Mouvement Symphonique #3. Ravel - Rapsodie Espagnole. Debussy - Two Nocturnes. Live concerts: VPO (Ravel, 1951); BPO (Honegger, 1952; Debussy, 1951). Fonit Cetra FE-15. A- to A 15.00

1585. FURTWANGLER: Karl Holler - Cello Concerto (Hoelscher). Wolfgang Fortner - Violin Concerto (Taschner). BPO. [Live, Berlin; 1949] Fonit Cetra FE-31. A- to A 6.00

1586. FURTWANGLER: Pfitzner - Symphony in C, Op. 46 (live; Salzburg, 1949). Beethoven - Symphony #4 (live; Vienna, 1950). VPO. Discocorp RR-437. A- 15.00

1587. FURTWANGLER: STRAUSS - Till Eulenspiegel (rehearsal & recording, 1930). BRUCKNER - Symphony #7 (1951). WAGNER - Meistersinger & Tannhauser Overtures (1949 & 1951); Parsifal - Good Friday Spell (1951). SCHUMANN - Symphony #4 (1953). SCHUBERT - Symphony #9 (1951). BEETHOVEN - Symphony #5; Egmont Overture (live, 1947). MOZART - Symphony #39 (1942/43). HAYDN - Symphony #88 (1951). FURTWANGLER speaks about music (excerpts from discussions & interviews, 1950, 1951, 1954). All with Berlin Philharmonic. Berlin Philharmonic Centennial; 13-page booklet with photos & notes in English & German] DGG 2740 260(6). A- to A(c/c) 53.00

1588. FURTWANGLER: Stravinsky - Symphony in Three Movements (VPO; live, 1950); Baiser de la Fee (BPO; live, 1953). Fonit Cetra FE-14. A- to A 15.00

1589. FURTWANGLER: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4. VPO. [only in print 8/52 - 3/56; hard to find] RCA LHMV-1005. A-(brief light ticks side 2) 30.00

1590. FURTWANGLER: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. BPO. [recorded 1938; includes the detailed notes booklet] Angel COLH-21. A- 13.00

FURTWANGLER: See also #133, 306, 308, 328, 362, 498, 555, 973, 1180.

1591. GEORGESCU: Brahms - Symphony #3. Symphony Orchestra of the "George Enescu" Philharmonic in Bucharest. Electrecord ECE 03178. A- 8.00

1592.*GIBSON: Sibelius - Symphony #4 & #5. Scottish National Orch. [dig] Chandos ABRD-1074. A- to A 9.00

LP's: Conductors - continued
1593.*GIULINI: Mahler - Symphony #1. CSO. [drm; DMM] Angel AE-34437. FS(c/c) 7.00

GIULINI: See also #347, 400, 678, 880.

1594. GOLOVANOV: Liszt - Les Preludes; Orpheus; Mazeppa; Prometheus. USSR Radio Sym. Melodiya 09099-09100. A--(very light/very even surface noise throughout) 18.00

1595. GOLOVANOV: Rimsky-Korsakov - Suite from Tsar Saltan. GAUK: Suite from Snow Maiden. USSR Radio Orch. MK 1529. B+ 7.00

1596.*GOULD: Copland - Billy the Kid Suite & Waltz; Rodeo Excerpts. His Orch. RCA AGL1-1335. FS(c/c) 7.00

1597. GOULD: Grieg - Nine short works. Robin Hood Dell Orch. [10-inch] Col ML-2031. B+/B 9.00

1598. GOULD: Manhattan Moods - Manhattan Serenade; Nocturne; Park Avenue Fantasy; Big City Blues; Manhattan Moonlight; Street Scene. His Orch. [10-inch] Col ML-2144. A- to B+("Park Avenue" is B) 9.00

1599. GOULD: Symphonic Serenade: Ketelby - In a Monastery Garden; In a Persian Market; In a Chinese Temple-Garden; In an Ozark Outhouse (no! just kidding!). Herbert - Suite of Serenades; Badinage; Yesterthoughts. Rochester "Pops" Orchestra. Col CL-560. A-(red "6-eyes" labels) 8.00

1600. GOULD: The World's Best-Loved Waltzes - Works of J.Strauss Jr.(2), Josef Strauss, Tchaikovsky, Ziehrer, Sibelius, Lehar & Weber. Morton Gould/His Orch. [obscure issue!] RCA LM-2072. A- 10.00

1601. HORENSTEIN: Bruckner - Symphony #7. BPO. [recorded 1928; first electrical recording of a complete Bruckner symphony] Unicorn UNI-111. A- 5.00

1602. 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) 24.00

1603.*HORENSTEIN: Mahler - Symphony #4. M.Price; LPO. Monitor MCS-2141. A- 6.00

1604. IRVING: Dohnanyi - Suite in f#. Tchaikovsky - Hamlet. PO. RCA LBC-1090. A-(brief tks in Hamlet) 12.00

1605. IVANOV: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #1. USSR Sym. MK 1508. A-- 6.00

1606.*IVANOV: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. Moscow Radio Orch. ABC AY-67034. A-(c/c) 8.00

1607. JALAS: Sibelius - Symphony #1; Five Humoresques for Violin & Orch (Ignatius). Berlin Radio Orch. [originally recorded by Remington in January 1954; first issue] Varese Sarabande VC-81043. A- 16.00

1608. JOCHUM: Brahms - Symphony #4. BPO. [Live; 7-8-51; Italian-only notes] I Grandi Concerti GCL-37. A- to A 5.00

1609. JOHNSON: (Thor): Alfven - Midsummer Vigil. Grieg - Sigurd Jorsalfar. Cincinnati Sym. London LL-406. A-- 6.00

1610.*JOHNSON: (Thor): Dvorak - Symphony #8. Cincinnati Symphony. [The first stereo release (c.1978) on LP of this very early stereo recording (1953), which was initially only released in mono (on Remington R-199-168) and briefly on 2-track tape (on AV)] Varese Sarabande VC-81044. A- 25.00

1611.*KARAJAN: A Tribute in Pictures: 75th birthday (1983) tribute to Karajan in the form of a 144-page hardcover book (12 x 12 inches) with over 100 photos, including 60 stunning full-page color images (few, if any, seem to come from before the mid-60's). There is also an LP: digital BPO recordings of Tchaikovsky's Romeo & Juliet and Nutcracker Suite. Book and disc enclosed in box. Very handsome production! DGG 2561 408. A- to A(outer box a bit scuffed; disc & book pristine) 32.00

1612.*KEMPE: Beethoven - Symphony #9. Koszut; Fassbaender; Gedda; McIntyre; Munich Philharmonic & Cho. EMI CFP-4418. FS 7.00

1613.*KEMPE: Bruckner - Symphony #8 (Haas Edition). Zurich Tonhalle Orch. [quad] Tudor 74003/04(2). A- 14.00

1614.*KEMPE: Ein Abend in Wien - Donna Diana, Opernball, Fledermaus and Morning, Noon & Night in Vienna Overtures; Waltzes etc. by Lehar and the three J Strausses (8). VPO. Electrola C 151-01 463/64(2). A- to A(brief lgt tks sds 1 & 4) 8.00

1615.*KLEIBER: (Carlos): Beethoven - Symphony #4. Bavarian Staatsorchester. [Live concert; 1982; dig; DMM] Orfeo S-100 841. A- to A 12.00

1616. KLEIBER: (Erich): Dvorak - Symphony #9. WDR Cologne. [Live, 1954; notes in Italian only; nice fold-open jacket] I Grandi Concerti GCL-08. A- to A 12.00

1617. KLEIBER: Beethoven - Symphony #3. VPO Decca 414 626-1. A- to A(Dutch pressing) 10.00

LP's: Conductors - continued
1618.*KLEMPERER: Beethoven Overtures: Leonores #1-#3; Fidelio. PO. [blue labels] Angel S-36209. A-(c/c) 7.00

1619.*KLEMPERER: Beethoven - The Nine Symphonies; Grosse Fuge; Egmont Incidental Music (with Nilsson, soprano); Overtures - Coriolan; Consecration of the House; Fidelio. Lovberg; Ludwig; Kmentt; Hotter; PO Cho (in #9); PO (in all). [DMM] Electrola 29 0379 3(6). FS 32.00

1620. KLEMPERER: Bruckner - Symphony #4. Cologne Radio Orch. [Live; April 5, 1954] Movimento Musica 01 052. A- to A 10.00

1621.*KLEMPERER: Bruckner - Symphony #4. PO. [blue labels] Angel S-36245. A- 8.00

1622.*KLEMPERER: Klemperer - Merry Waltz. Weill - Three-Penny Opera Suite. J.Strauss - Vienna Life & Emperor Waltzes; Fledermaus Overture. PO. [nice fold-open jacket, but notes in French only] French EMI 2C069-00565. A- to A 13.00

1623. KLEMPERER: Schubert - Symphony #4. Lamoureux Orch. MORALT: Schubert - Symphony #5. Vienna Sym. French Vox GBY-11060. A- 10.00



KLEMPERER: See also #642, 655, 669, 976, 1558.

1624. KLETZKI: Sibelius - Symphony #2. PO. Angel 35314. A- 10.00

1625. KNAPPERTSBUSCH: Wagner - Meistersinger Preludes & Dance of Apprentices; Ride; Tannhauser Bacchanale; Parsifal Transformation Scene. BPO. [recorded 1928; German-only notes] Heliodor 88 031. A- to A 7.00

1626. KOSTELANETZ: Bizet - L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & #2; Dance Bohemienne from "La Jolie Fille de Perth." His Orch. [wonderful glowing cover photo of a young woman with a fan] Col CL-739. A-("6-eyes" labels) 8.00

1627.*KOSTELANETZ: Hovhaness - And God Created Great Whales. Sibelius - Tempest Excerpts. Skalkottas - Three Greek Dances. Weill - Mack the Knife. Glinka - Jota Aragonesa. [orchestra not identified] Col M-30390. A- 7.00

1628.*KOSTELANETZ: Images in Flight (4-movement suite with movements by Paul Creston (High Noon - Montreal; Midnight - Mexico), Henry Cowell (Twilight - Texas) and Alan Hovhaness (Sunrise - Puerto Rico). NYP. [Side 2 has six arrangements of popular pieces with travel themes played by Kostelanetz/His Sym; record was prepared as promo for Eastern Airlines] Col CSS-677. A- 24.00

1629. KOUSSEVITZKY: SCRIABIN - Poem d'Extase. PROKOFIEV - Scythian Suite. RACHMANINOFF - Isle of the Dead. RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2. BSO. [live, 1945-48] Discocorp SID-711. A- 20.00

1630. KRAUSS: Schubert - Gesang der Geister Ueber den Wassern. Beethoven - Choral Fantasy. Wuehrer (in Fantasy); Vienna State Opera Cho (in Gesang). Vienna Sym (in all). Vox PL-6480. B++/B 6.00

1631. KRAUSS: Wagner - Parsifal Prelude & Good Friday Spell; Prelude & Liebestod from Tristan & Isolde. LPO. Richmond B-19042. A- 9.00

1632. KRAUSS: New Year Concert, 1954: (his final New Year Concert): Strausses - Blue Danube, Bei uns z'Haus & Music of the Spheres Waltzes; Auf Ferienreisen, Annen & Plappermaulchen Polkas; Radetzky March. [notes in German only] Telefunken 6.41940. A- to A 13.00

1633. KRAUSS: New Year Concert, Vol 3: Strausses - Auf Ferienreisen, Annen & Plappermaulchen Polkas; Radetzky March; Blue Danube, Bei uns z'Haus, Spharenklange & Artist's Life Waltzes. [German-only notes; jacket states stereo; must be very discreet electronic stereo] Preiser PR-135033. A- to A 9.00

1634. KUBELIK: Beethoven - Symphony #6. RPO Captol P-7213. B+ 6.00

1635. KUBELIK: Dvorak - Serenade for Strings. Israel Phil. London LL-1720. A-(slight cover dam) 6.00

1636.*KUBELIK: Mendelssohn - A Midsummer Night's Dream, Incidental Music, Op.21 & Op.61. Mathis; Boese; BVRS & Cho. DGG 138 959. A- to A(c/c) 8.00

1637. KUBELIK: Mozart - Overtures: Magic Flute, Finta Giardiniera, Impresario, Seraglio, Figaro, Clemenza, Idomeneo, Don Giovanni & Cosi fan Tutte. PO. [VERY young cover portrait of Kubelik, with loads of hair!] EMI ALP-1109. A-(1/4-inch scratch in Magic Flute) 16.00

1638. KURTZ: Renzo Rossellini - Songs from the Bay of Naples; Ninna Nanna. Short pieces by Albeniz, Revueltas, Granados, Lecuona & White. Col Sym. [unusual item!] Col CL-773. A-(red & white 6-eyes labels; demo copy) 12.00

1639.*KURTZ: Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake Excerpts. Menuhin, solo violin. PO. EMI CFP-40296. FS 7.00

LP's: Conductors - continued
1640. LAMBERT: Orpheus in Hades Overture. LPO. WALTER: Brahms - Academic Festival. VPO. BOULT: Tchaikovsky – String Serenade. BBC. [very scarce!] Camden CAL-242. A- 20.00

1641. LEIBOWITZ: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique. VSOO. Westminster XWN-18839. A- 9.00

1642.*LEINSDORF: Kodaly - Hary Janos Suite. Prokofiev - Lt. Kije Suite. PO. Sera S-60209. A- 5.00

1643. LEINSDORF: Mozart - Symphony #35 & #41. Rochester Phil. Entre RL-3103. A- 9.00

1644.*LEINSDORF: Prokofiev - Music from Romeo & Juliet. BSO. RCA AGL1-1273. A- 6.00

LEINSDORF: # 60-62, 93, 365, 498, 602, 760-4, 819, 821, 824, 829, 832, 837, 839, 844, 1032-40,

1059, 1265.

1645. MAAG: Mozart - Serenade in D, K.203. New Sym Orch, London. London LL-1206. A- 7.00

1646.*MAAZEL: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe (complete ballet). CO. London CS-6898. A- 9.00

1647.*MACKERRAS: Handel - Concerto a Due Cori in F; Royal Fireworks Music. ProArte Orch. Bach Guild BGS-5046. A- 9.00

1648. MACMILLAN: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. Toronto Sym. [strong performance] Camden CAL-374. A- 12.00

1649. MALKO: Borodin - Symphony #2. Tchaikovsky - Suite #3, Theme & Variations. PO. RCA LBC-1024. A- 16.00

1650. MARINUZZI: Overtures to Norma, Sicilian Fedra (Pizzetti) & Manfred; Act 3, Scene 1 from Frau Ohne Schatten (Franci; Pacetti; live; La Scala, 1940). Misc Italian Orchestras. Fonit Cetra DOC-25. A- to A 6.00

1651.*MARKEVITCH: Berlioz - Harold in Italy. Kirchner, viola; BPO. Decca DL-9841. A- 19.00

1652. MARKEVITCH: Brahms - Symphony #1. Symphony of the Air. Decca DL-9907. A--(superficial marks cause little or no sound) 15.00

1653. MARKEVITCH: Schubert 3rd. Mozart 34th. BPO. Decca DL-9810. A--(oc lgt tks) 11.00

1654.*MARKEVITCH: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #2. LSO. Philips 6570 161. FS(c/c) 7.00

1655.*MARKEVITCH: Verdi Overtures - Forza, Luisa Miller, Traviata, Vespri, Giovanna, Aida; Macbeth Ballet Music. NPO. Philips 6527 078. FS(c/c) 6.00

1656.*MARTINON: Adam - Giselle. PCO. London STS-15010. A- 7.00

1657.*MATA: Ravel - Daphnis & Chloe. Dallas Sym/Cho. [dig] RCA ARC1-3458. A-(demo copy) 8.00

1658.*MEHTA: Mahler - Symphony #1. NYP. [dig] CBS IM-37273. A- 8.00

1659. MELIK-PASHAYEV: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6 (1st movement). Shostakovich - Festive Overture. Coriolan & Carmen Overtures. Bolshoi Theatre. Melodiya M10-42777-8. A- 6.00

1660. MENGELBERG: Cornelius Dopper - Symphony #7 ("Zuider Zee"). Alexander Voormolen - Sinfonia. ACO. [Broadcast concerts, December 1940] Past Masters PM-16. FS 16.00

1661. MENGELBERG: Franck Symphony (ACO; 1940). GIESEKING (piano): Franck - Symphonic Variations (Wood/LPO; 1932). Past Masters PM-34. A- 16.00

1662. MENGELBERG: Liszt - Les Preludes. Wagner - Tannhauser & Meistersinger Overtures. Ravel - Bolero. J.Strauss - Perpetuum Mobile. ACO. Rococo 2012. A- 10.00

1663. MENGELBERG: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #4; Romeo & Juliet. ACO. [recorded 1929 & 1930] Music & Arts RR-424. A- 12.00

1664. MENGELBERG: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5. BPO. [rec 7-11-40] Telefunken TH-97001. A- 12.00

1665. MENGELBERG: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #5; Serenade for Strings (incomplete). ACO. Concert performances; 11/26/1939 (sym) & 10/6/1938. Music & Arts RR-425. A- 12.00

1666. MENGELBERG: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. ACO. [rec 4-22-41] Telefunken TH-97002. A- 12.00

1667. MENGELBERG: Centenary Memorial. RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2 (Live, 10-6-38). ROENTGEN - Old Netherlandish Dances. MAHLER - Adagietto from Symphony #5 (Decca 78); Songs of a Wayfarer (Schey; Live, 1939). FRANCK - Symphonic Variations (Gieseking; Live, 10-31-40). KODALY - Hary Janos Suite (Live, 12-12-40); Peacock Variations (World Premiere; Live, 11-23-39). VALERIUS - Thanksgiving Prayer (Telefunken 78). Netherlands National Anthem (Telefunken 78). WAGENAAR - Taming of the Shrew Overture. SCHUMANN - Piano Concerto (Von Sauer; Live, 10-10-40). RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #2 (Gieseking; Live, 10-31-40). ACO in all, of course. [Includes a profusely illustrated 40-page booklet with many photos, letters, concert programs, cartoons, autographs, and a chronology of Mengelberg's life (particularly w/regard to works performed); apparently the material was drawn from the Mengelberg Centenary Exhibition in the Hague, 1971. My favorite is photo of Mengelberg w/Toscanini almost in silhouette, Mengelberg looking jovial and unbuttoned; Toscanini, hands in pockets, appears very stern. Very special set.] MRF 74(3). A- 118.00



LP's: Conductors - continued
1668. MITROPOULOS: Saint-Saens - Phaeton; La Jeunesse d'Hercule; Le Rouet d'Omphale; Danse Macabre. NYP. Col ML-5154. A-("6-eyes" labels) 13.00

1669. MITROPOULOS: Scriabin - Poeme d'Extase (Vacchiano, trumpet); Prometheus, the Poem of Fire (Hambro, piano). NYP. [blue labels] Col ML-4731. B+(Fire)/A-(Extase) 7.00



MITROPOULOS: See also #264, 287, 1195, 1235, 1293, 1297, 1298.

1670. MONTEUX: Beethoven - Symphony #2 & #8. SFSO. French RCA GM-43357. A- to A 16.00

1671. MONTEUX: Beethoven - Symphony #7. NBC Sym. [live; 11/17/53; fold-open jacket; notes in Italian only] I Grandi Concerti GCL-28. A- to A 12.00

1672. MONTEUX: Beethoven - Symphony #8. SFSO. [10-inch] RCA LM-43. B+ to B(varies) 6.00

1673.*MONTEUX: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique. NDR, Hamburg. [scarce recording; fold-open album; Grand Prix du Disque] Festival Classique FC-404. A- to A 16.00

1674. MONTEUX: Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique; Benvenuto Cellini Overture. SFSO. [Recorded 1952 & 1950] French RCA GM-43359. A- to A 20.00

1675. MONTEUX: Brahms - Symphony #2. SFSO. [Their second (1951) recording of the work] RCA LM-1173. A-(brief, lgt crackle beg sd 1; rest superb) 32.00

1676. MONTEUX: Debussy - Jeux; Gigues; Iberia (all with ORTF; 1955/56); Excerpts from Pelleas et Melisande and Martyre de Saint Sebastien (BSO; 1957/58). Ravel - Daphnis et Chloe (complete; ACO; Cho; 1955). [all are live performances] Discocorp RR-313(2). A- 25.00

1677. MONTEUX: Debussy - La Mer; Trois Nocturnes. BSO; with Berkshire Festival Cho in nocturnes. [as with the initial RCA issue on LM-1913, these are both in mono, though the Nocturnes were recorded in stereo] RCA GM-43366. A- to A 13.00

1678. MONTEUX: Franck - Symphony. SFSO. [their second recording (1950) of the work] RCA LM-1065. B++(hard to find in such fine condition) 18.00

1679.*MONTEUX: Gluck - Orfeo ed Euridice (complete orchestral music). Rome Opera. [Pink; 1S/1S] RCA VICS-1435. A- 10.00

1680.*MONTEUX: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade; Introduction & Wedding March from Coq d'Or. SFSO. [recorded 1941/42] French RCA GM-43361. A- to A 12.00

1681.*MONTEUX: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet. Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnole. Mussourgsky - Night on Bald Mountain. N.D.R. Hamburg. Vanguard SRV-257 SD. A- 9.00

1682.*MONTEUX: Wagner - Dutchman Overture; Tannhauser Overture & Bacchanale; Tristan Prelude & Liebestod. NWDR. [Program notes give the recording date as October 1964, while also telling us that Monteux died in June 1964...] Festival Classique FC-435. A- 15.00



MONTEUX: See #144, 188, 208, 215, 782, 788, 850, 853-4, 860, 1196, 1198, 1201, 1205, 1229, 1412.

1683.*MUNCH: Albeniz - Iberia (5 sections). Debussy - Iberia. ORTF. [Grand Prix du Disque] Festival Classique FC-437. FS(fold-open album) 12.00

1684. MUNCH: Albeniz/Arbos - Iberia Suite. Debussy - Iberia. ORTF. [Very colorful; the Albeniz very much off the beaten path for Munch] Nonesuch H-71189. FS(c/c) 12.00

1685. MUNCH: Brahms - Symphony #4. BSO. [Their sensation 1950 recording; deleted August 1956] RCA LM-1086. A-(superb copy!) 35.00

1686.*MUNCH: Dutilleux - Symphony #2 (Lamoureux Orch); Metaboles (ORTF). [Superb cover portrait of Munch, who gave the premiere of the symphony; I don't believe this excellent recording has ever made it to CD] Erato STU-70840. A- 16.00

1687. MUNCH: Prokofiev - Classical Symphony. PCO. JORDA: Tchaikovsky - Francesca da Rimini. PCO. London LL-169. A- to B+ 6.00

1688.*MUNCH: Roussel - Suite en Fa (Lamoureux Orch). Honegger - Symphony #4 (ORTF). [The initial US issue of the Roussel (Westminster & later MHS) squeezed it on a side with the final movement of the Dutilleux 2nd; here its 14 minutes are spread over a whole side!] Erato EPR-15554. FS 14.00

1689.+MUNCH: Saint-Saens - Symphony #3. Nies-Berger; NYP. Col P-14144. FS 8.00

1690. MUNCH: Charles Munch Conducts French Music" SAINT-SAENS - La Princesse Jaune Overture. LALO - Le Roi d'Ys Overture. BERLIOZ - Beatrice & Benedict Overture. RAVEL - La Valse; Rapsodie Espagnole. BSO. [From the first few Munch/BSO seasons (1949-52); fabulous collection, recorded in Munch's first two seasons in Boston, sadly hard to find in really excellent condition; deleted August 1956.] RCA LM-1700. B(most plays A-, but some small scratches) 12.00

MUNCH: See also #39, 747-48, 761, 771, 774, 780, 783-84, 790, 795, 798, 805-6, 809, 818,

855-56, 866-67, 1201, 1279, 1382, 1398.

LP's: Conductors - continued
1691.*NEUMANN: Dvorak Overtures - In der Natur; Othello; Carnival; My Home. CPO. ProArte PAL-1054. A- 8.00

1692. NEUMARK: (Ignace): Schubert - Symphony #9. Utrecht Symphony. [French-only notes] Guild Internationale du Disque MMS 2023. B+(occ tks) 8.00

1693. NIKISCH: Beethoven - Symphony #5 Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody #1. Berlioz - Roman Carnival Overture. BPO. [Beethoven recorded for HMV in 1913; others for DGG, dates uncertain. Transfer by Steven Smolian; Mastering by David Hancock; 1970] Perennial 2002. A- 14.00

1694.*OISTRAKH: Prokofiev - Symphony #5. Moscow Philharmonic. Mel-Angel SR-40003. A- 9.00

1695.*ORMANDY: "Greensleeves." Short works of Rachmaninoff, Grieg, Schubert, MacDowell, Mascagni, Massenet, Niles. Phila. Col MS-7103. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; s/s) 6.00

1696. ORMANDY: Dvorak - Symphony #9 (old "#5"). Phila. [recorded 1956; the 3rd of their 5(!) recordings] Col ML-5115. A--("6-eyes" labels) 12.00

1697.*ORMANDY: Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsodies #1 & 2. Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies #1 & 2. Phila. Col MS-6018. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; demo copy) 10.00

1698.*ORMANDY: Rachmaninoff - Symphony #2. Phila. Col MS-6110. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 10.00

1699.*ORMANDY: Rachmaninov - Symphonic Dances. Casella - Paganiniana. Phila. Odyssey Y-31246. A- 6.00

1700.*ORMANDY: Sibelius - Finlandia; En Saga; Swan of Tuonela; Valse Triste. Phila; Mormon Choir(in Finlandia). Col MS-6732. A- 9.00

1701. ORMANDY: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet; 1812 Overture; Marche Slav. Phila. [Romeo recorded 1953; others in 1951] Col ML-4997. A- to B+ 9.00

1702.*ORMANDY: Holiday For Orchestra. Arrangements by Arthur Harris of Camptown Races, Sailor's Hornpipe, Londonderry Air, Flight of the Bumblebee, March of the Mandarins, March of the Dwarfs, Jamaican Rhumba, 4 more. Phila. Col MS-6757. A-(early "2-eyes" labels; c/c) 10.00



ORMANDY: See also #26, 29, 70, 72-3, 913, 979, 1010, 1022, 1055, 1090, 1119, 1190, 1196, 1233,

1235, 1250, 1292, 1315, 1401, 1405, 1406, 1439, 1443, 1454-56, 1459-61, 1464.

1703.*OZAWA: Bartok - Concerto for Orchestra. Kodaly - Dances from Galanta. CSO. [fold-open album] Angel SFO-36035. A- 7.00

1704.*PREVIN: Prokofiev - Symphony #5. LSO Angel S-37100. A- 8.00

1705. REINER: Bach Suites #1-#4 (complete). RCA Chamber Orchestra. French RCA GM-43851(2). A- to A 37.00

1706. REINER: Brahms - Eight Hungarian Dances. J.Strauss - Roses from the South; Treasure Waltz; Wiener Blut. Pittsburgh Sym. [recorded 1941 & 1946] Col ML-4116. A- to B+(AUTOGRAPHED BY REINER on front cover) 35.00

1707.*REINER: Mahler - Symphony #4. Della Casa, soprano; CSO. [Mohr; Layton; from LSC-2364 - TAS 100:216] RCA AGL1-1333. FS 5.00

1708. REINER: Strauss - Bourgeois Gentilhomme Suite. Pittsburgh Sym. [10-inch; includes Minuet of Lully & Courante, which were not included in 12-inch issue on ML-4800] Col ML-2062. B++(exceptionally quiet copy!) 20.00

1709. REINER: Strauss - Don Juan (Pittsburgh Sym; recorded 1941). SZELL: Strauss - Till Eulenspiegel (CO; (recorded 1949). [10-inch] Col ML-2079. A--(Don)B++(Till) 18.00

1710. REINER: Wagner - Rienzi Overture. Schumann - Symphony #2. 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.] [DMM] Chicago Sym CSO-86-2(2). A- to A 45.00

REINER: See also #38, 40-41, 263, 266, 312, 323, 619, 651, 735-37, 763, 769-70, 776-77, 789,

791, 796, 803, 807, 811, 815-17, 822, 847, 851-52, 858, 861, 863, 865, 1182-84, 1426.

1711.*RODZINSKI: Falla - 3-Cornered Hat, Suites #1 & 2; Ritual Fire Dance. Granados - Andaluza. Albeniz - Navarra; El Corpus en Sevilla. RPO. Seraphim S-60021. FS(c/c) 6.00

1712. RODZINSKI: Rachmaninoff - Symphony #2. NYP. Harmony HL-7101. A-(fine for this issue!) 13.00

1713.*RODZINSKI: Strauss - Dance Suite After Couperin; Death & Transfiguration; Salome's Dance. PO. [notes in Italian only] Italian EMI 3C053-01212. A- 10.00

1714. RODZINSKI: Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet; 1812 Overture. CO. Harmony HL-7056. A-(unusually fine copy for this) 12.00

LP's: Conductors - continued
1715. RODZINSKI: Tchaikovsky - Symphony #6. NYP. [strikingly effective added trumpet in finale!] Harmony HL-7052. B+(looks pristine, but some vinyl "presence") 9.00

RODZINSKI: See also #276, 602, 1029, 1184, 1190, 1195, 1243, 1248, 1373, 1413.

1716.*ROSENTHAL: Albeniz/Arbos - Iberia. Falla - Three-Cornered Hat, Suite #2. Paris Opera Orchestra. Westminster WST-14028. A-(little crakl beg sd 2; early red/black labels) 12.00

1717. ROSENTHAL: Falla - Nights in the Gardens of Spain (Yvonne Loriod); El Amor Brujo (Amparito Peris de Pruliere). Paris Opera Orch. Westminster WST-14021. A-(early red & black labels) 12.00

1718.*ROSENTHAL: Offenbach - Gaite Parisienne (in Rosenthal's arrangement, of course!); Overture to "La Fille du Tambour-Major." Monte Carlo Opera Orch. [quad] Angel S-37209. FS 9.00

1719.*ROSENTHAL: Ravel - Menuet Antique; Rapsodie Espagnole; Bolero; Pavane. Paris Opera Orchestra. Westminster WST-14023. A--(early red & black labels) 12.00

1720. ROSENTHAL: Scriabin: Poem d'Extase. Loeffler: Pagan Poem. Paris Philharmonic. Cap P-8188. A- 10.00

1721. ROSENTHAL: Strauss - Le Beau Danube (arr. Desormiere). Paris Opera. Cap P-18006. A- 6.00

1722.*ROSSI: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. Vienna Volksoper. Vanguard SRV-163SD. FS 6.00

1723.*ROSSI: Vivaldi - L'Estro Armonico: 12 Concerti Grossi. Boskovsky; Tomasow, violins; Chamber Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera. Vanguard SRV-143/5 SD(3). A- 16.00

1724.*ROSTROPOVICH: Shostakovich - Symphony #5. National Sym. [dig] DGG 2532 076. FS 10.00

1725.*RUDOLF: Mennin - Canto. Dallapiccola - Variazioni per Orchestra. Webern - Passacaglia. William Schuman - New England Triptych. Cincinnati Sym. ["20th-Century Showpieces"] Decca DL-710168. A- 16.00

1726. SANDERLING: Beethoven - Symphony #2. Leningrad Philharmonic. DGG LPM-18 335. A- 12.00

1727.*SANDERLING: Haydn - Symphony #45 & #104. Saxon State Orch. DGG 135 034. A- to A(Austrian pressing) 12.00

1728. SCHERCHEN: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #1 & #2. Members of Cento Soli Orch, Paris. Omega OML-1039. A-(mod 1/2-in scr & few bbls in #1) 10.00

1729. SCHERCHEN: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #3 & #4. Members of Cento Soli Orch, Paris. Omega OML-1040. B+ 10.00

1730. SCHERCHEN: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #5 & #6. Members of Cento Soli Orch, Paris. Omega OML-1041. A- 15.00

1731. SCHERCHEN: Beethoven - Incidental Music to Egmont. Laszlo, soprano; VSOO. London Ducretet / Thomson DTL-93085. A- 14.00

1732. SCHERCHEN: Beethoven - Symphony # 2 & #8. VSOO. West XWN-18314. A- 12.00



SCHERCHEN: See also #2, 94, 909, 1277, 1378.

1733. SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT: Beethoven - Symphony #7; Allegretto from Symphony #8. Brahms - Hungarian Dances #1 & #3. NDR Sym, Hamburg. [Live; Moscow Conservatory; April 15, 1961] Melodiya M10-46070 004. A-(brief, lgt tks beg sd 2) 12.00

1734. SCHURICHT: Bizet - L'Arlesienne Suite #1. SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT: L'Arlesienne Suite #2. BPO (in both). [10-inch] Capitol - Telefunken L-8098. B- 7.00

1735.*SILVESTRI: Hungarian Dances #5 & #6; Slavonic Dances Op.46, #1 & #2; Polovetsian Dances; Ritual Fire Dance; Dance #1 from La Vida Breve. PCO. German EMI 5C045-12 891. A- to A(c/c) 8.00

1736.*SOLTI: Brahms - Symphony #4. CSO. [notes in German] German Decca 6.42388. A- to A 9.00

1737.*SOLTI: Strauss - Alpine Symphony. BVRS. [drm] London 414 676-1. FS(c/c) 6.00

1738.*SOLTI: Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra; Don Juan; Till Eulenspiegel. CSO. [Producers: Minshull & Harvey; Engineers: Wilkinson & Lock; Grammy Award, 1976: Best Classical Performance (Zarathustra)] London CS-6978. A-(autographed by Solti on front cover) 10.00

1739. STOCK: Pop Concert #1 - Danse Macabre, Dance of Hours, Procession of Sardar, Moto-Perpetuo, Ilya Mourometz Scherzo; Glazounov - Carnaval Overture; Concert Waltzes #1 & 2. [Recorded 1940-41. The Moto-Perpetuo is particular fun in this Stock arrangement, where the strings show their stuff while the winds dance around them with snippets of themes from the Eroica!] Entre RL-3022. B 24.00

1740. STOKOWKSI: Sibelius - Symphony #2. NBC. dell'arte DA-9004. A- to A 20.00

1741.*STOKOWSKI: Dawson (William) - Negro Folk Symphony. American Symphony Orch. Varese Sarabande VC-81056. A-(c/c) 10.00



LP's: Conductors - continued
1742.*STOKOWSKI: Dvorak - Symphony #9. Two recordings: Philadelphia Orchestra (1927); New Philharmonia Orchestra (1973). [The 1927 recording includes the "outline of themes" with Stokowski speaking and playing piano, which formed one side of the original release on Victor 78-rpm set M-1] RCA CRL2-0334(2). A-(slight cover scuffs) 16.00

1743.*STOKOWSKI: Dvorak - Symphony #9. Two recordings: Philadelphia Orchestra (1927); New Philharmonia Orchestra (1973). [The 1927 recording includes the "outline of themes" with Stokowski speaking and playing piano, which formed one side of the original release on Victor 78-rpm set M-1; this is the British-pressed equivalent of U.S. CRL2-0334] British RCA ARL2-0334(2). A- 25.00

1744. STOKOWSKI: Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsodies #1 & #2. His Sym. [10-in] RCA LRM-7043. A-(brief, lgt flaws) 12.00

1745.*STOKOWSKI: Falla - El Amor Brujo (Verrett). Wagner - Love Music from Tristan & Isolde (Acts 2 & 3). Phila. ["An Historic Reunion, Philadelphia, 1960"] ["6-eyes"] Col MS-6147. A-(superb first pressing of a Stokowski classic!) 10.00

1746. STOKOWSKI: Handel - Water Music Suite; Overture in d. Frescobaldi - Gagliarda. Palestrina - Adoramus Te. Vivaldi - Concerto Grosso #11. Lully - Pieces from Triomphe de l'Amour (Nocturne), Thesee (Marche) & Alceste (Prelude). Byrd - Pavane & Gigue. Phila. [recorded 1930-37] Leopold Stokowski Society of America LSSA-5. A- 21.00

1747. STOKOWSKI: Mussorgsky - Boris Godounov (excerpts). Rossi-Lemeni; San Francisco Sym; San Francisco Opera Chorus. dell'Arte DA-9002. A- to A 14.00

1748. STOKOWSKI: Prokofiev - Symphony #5. USSR Radio Sym. MK 1551. A-(very fine pressing for an MK!) 13.00

1749. STOKOWSKI: Rachmaninoff - Symphony #2 (Hollywood Bowl, 1946); Prelude in c# (Phila, 1960). [live] Discocorp LSSA-228. A- 6.00

1750. STOKOWSKI: Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade. Phila. [live; February 6, 1962; fold-open album with nice Stokowski portrait; notes Italian only] I Grandi Concerti GCL-68. A- to A 21.00

1751. STOKOWSKI: Saint-Saens - Excerpts from Samson & Delilah. Stevens; Peerce; Merrill; NBC Sym Members; Shaw Chorale. [lovely British pressing; from RCA LM-1848; recorded September 1954] Leopold Stokowski Society LS-15. A- to A 21.00

1752.*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.] Cameo Classics GOCLP-9007(2). A-(the quietest copy I've had of rehearsal) 36.00

1753. STOKOWSKI: Wagner - Rienzi Overture; Wotan's Farewell & Magic Fire Music. NYP. [10-inch] Col ML-2153. A- to B+(occ pops/tks from small blemishes) 6.00

1754. STOKOWSKI: Landmarks of a Distinguished Career - Toccata & Fugue in d; Clair de Lune; Blue Danube; Finlandia; Afternoon of a Faun (Julius Baker); Swan of Tuonela. His Sym. [fine color portrait takes up the entire front cover] A--(a few light bbl thumps) 7.00

1755.*STOKOWSKI: Music for Strings - Borodin Nocturne; Rachmaninoff Vocalise; Paganini Moto Perpetuo; Tchaikovsky Andante Cantabile; short pieces by Gluck(2), Bach (2) & Boccherini. His Symphony. Seraphim S-60278. A- 9.00

1756. STOKOWSKI: Music from Vienna. Haydn - Symphony #53. Beethoven - Turkish March from "The Ruins of Athens." Mozart - Turkish March from Sonata in A; German Dance ("Sleigh Ride"). Schubert - Rosamunde Overture & Incidental Music; Tyrolean Dances. His Symphony. [superb British DMM pressing of recordings made for RCA Victor between 1949-55] Leopold Stokowski Society LS-18. A- to A 30.00

STOKOWSKI: See #72, 154, 365, 767-8, 804, 814, 1010, 1195, 1201, 1205, 1302, 1315, 1393, 1406.

1757. STRAUSS: Mozart - Symphony #39 & #40. BSOO. Heliodor 88022. A-(Canadian pressing) 10.00

1758. SZELL: Dvorak - Slavonic Dances #1, #3, #8, #10 & #15. CO. [The first LP issue of Szell's very first Cleveland recordings (that first session was held on April 21, 1947). These performances are not to be confused with Szell's later complete sets of the dances from 1956 (in mono) and 1963 (in stereo). These 1947 recordings were briefly available on a 12-inch disc, but this 10-inch was their first LP edition and is very scarce indeed, let alone in such fine condition: the first copy I've offered ever and a very special item for Szell collectors!] Col ML-2023. A-- 45.00

1759. SZELL: Dvorak - Symphony #8. ACO. Richmond R-23245. A- 8.00



LP's: Conductors - continued
1760. SZELL: Smetana - The Moldau; From Bohemia's Meadows & Groves. NYP. [10-inch] Col ML-2177. A- 9.00

1761.*SZELL: Strauss - Sinfonia Domestica. CO. Col MS-6627. A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 5.00



SZELL: See also #327, 351, 1190, 1195, 1243, 1300, 1327, 1365, 1389, 1404, 1447, 1458, 1462, 1709.

1762. TALICH: Dvorak - Slavonic Dances (Op.46 & 72, complete). CPO. Parliament PLP-121(2). A-(pristine copy - original glassine sleeves!) 20.00

1763. TALICH: Dvorak - Two Waltzes: Op.54, #1 & #2 (Prague Soloists Orch); The Midday Witch; The Golden Spinning Wheel (CPO). [I don't believe the Waltzes were ever issued in the US in any other form - very scarce Talich morsels!] Urania URLP-7073. A--(but three short scratches cause brief ticks) 7.00

1764. TOSCANINI: ATS 1973 EDITION. 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 Symphony. Arturo ToscaniniSoc ATS-1055/59(5). A- 60.00

1765. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Septet (arranged for orchestra; 11-18-39); Quartet #16 - Lento & vivace (arranged for string orchestra; 11-25-39); Prometheus (one movement; 11-25-39). NBC. [from the 1939 Beethoven cycle] Arturo Toscanini Society / Olympic ATS-1112. A- 9.00

1766. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Symphony #1 (10-28-39); Symphony #5 (11-04-39). NBC Sym. [Live; from the 1939 Beethoven cycle] Arturo Toscanini Society / Olympic ATS-1113. A 9.00

1767. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Symphony #3. NBC Symphony. [Carnegie Hall, 1953; German pressing] RCA AT-121. FS 10.00

1768. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Symphony #4 (11-4-39); Symphony #5 (11-11-39). NBC Sym. [Live; from the 1939 Beethoven cycle] Arturo Toscanini Society / Olympic ATS-1115. A- 9.00

1769. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Symphony #6. BBC Symphony. [recorded 1937; Japanese-only notes] Japanese EMI GR-2153. A- to A(silky pressing!) 16.00

1770. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Symphony #7. NBC Sym. [Live; 11-18-39; from 1939 Beethoven cycle; final pages more fierce than any other I've heard; my brother was reminded of Toscanini's Pines of Rome!] Arturo Toscanini Society / Olympic ATS-1117. A- 9.00

1771. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Symphony #8 (11-25-39); Symphony #9 (12-02-39). Novatna; Thorborg; Peerce; Moscona; Westminster Cho (in 9th); NBC Sym. [Live; from the 1939 Beethoven cycle] Arturo Toscanini Society / Olympic ATS-1118/1119(2). A- 16.00

1772. TOSCANINI: Beethoven - Symphony #9 (Ode to Joy only). Farrell; Merriman; Peerce; Scott; Shaw Chorale; NBC Sym. [10-inch; Toscanini portrait fills cover; an oddity of the period!] RCA LRM-7046. B+/B 6.00

1773. 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 6.00

1774. TOSCANINI: Cherubini - Anacreon Overture. Debussy - Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun. Dukas - Sorcerer's Apprentice. Haydn - Symphony #101. Hague Philharmonic. [Live, 1938] dell'Arte DA-9007. A- to A 8.00

1775. TOSCANINI: Dvorak - Cello Concerto (Edmund Kurtz; live; 1945); Scherzo Capriccioso (rehearsal & live performance, 1940). NBC Sym. Discocorp ATRA-3005. A- 10.00

1776. TOSCANINI: Dvorak - Cello Concerto (Kurtz; 1945); Scherzo Capriccioso (1940). [Live concerts; NBC Sym] Arturo ToscaniniSoc ATS-1012. A-(blank jacket; no notes) 9.00

1777. TOSCANINI: Finlandia; Dance of the Hours; William Tell: Passo a Sei. NBC. [10-in] RCA LRM-7005. A- 8.00

1778. TOSCANINI: Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue (Wild; Goodman; 11-1-42); American in Paris (11-14-43); Concerto in F (Levant; 3-2-44). NBC (live). Fonit Cetra ARK-4. A- to A 24.00

1779. TOSCANINI: Mendelssohn - Symphony #3 (1941); Hebrides (1945) & Fair Melusine (1947) Overtures; Adagio & Lento from String Quartet (1948); "Ye Spotted Snakes" from MSND Incidental Music (Phillips; Waner; Women's Cho; 1947). Discocorp ATRA-3004. A- 10.00

1780. TOSCANINI: Mozart - Symphony #35; Divertimento, K.287; Magic Flute Overture. NBC Sym. [live; November 3, 1946] ToscaniniSoc ATS-1043. A- 16.00



LP's: Conductors - continued
1781. TOSCANINI: Mussorgsky-Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition. RAVEL - Daphnis & Chloe, Suite #2. NBC. RCA VIC-1273. A- 6.00

1782. TOSCANINI: Schubert - Symphony #9. NBC. [PD labels] A- 12.00

1783. TOSCANINI: Strauss - Till Eulenspiegel; Don Juan. Berlioz - Queen Mab Scherzo. Dukas - Sorcerer's Apprentice. NBC Sym. RCA VIC-1267. A-(early plum labels) 10.00

1784. TOSCANINI: Tchaikovsky - Tempest; Romeo & Juliet. Mussorgsky - Khovantschina Prelude. Liadov - Kikimora. NBC. [Live, 1944, 1953, 1953 & 1952] dell'Arte DA-9014. A- to A 7.00

1785. TOSCANINI: Tchaikovsky - Voyevoda Overture (1941); Piano Concerto #1 (Horowitz; 1951); Symphony #6 (1941). NBC. [live performances] Melodram MEL-235(2). A- to A 20.00

1786. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1001/04: BRAHMS - A German Requiem. Della Chiesa; Janssen; Westminster Choir [1-24-43; powerful performance!] BRAHMS (orch. Rubbra) - Variations on a Theme of Handel [world premiere; 1-7-39]. STRAUSS - Ein Heldenleben [2-1-41: his only broadcast performance of the work & his last ever]; Dance of the Seven Veils [1-14-39]. HAYDN - Symphony #88 [2-19-1938] & #104 [10-31-43]. All are live concert performances with NBC Symphony . A- 65.00

1787. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1011/15: 1971 Special Edition: MOZART: Piano Concerto #27 (Serkin; NYP; American debut, 1936); Symphony #29 (1944). DVORAK: Cello Concerto (Kurtz; 1945); Scherzo Capriccioso (1940). DUKAS: Ariane et Barbe-bleu Suite (arr. Toscanini; 1947). DEBUSSY: Afternoon of a Faun (1948). ROUSSEL: Spider's Feast (1946). ROGER-DUCASSE: Sarabande (1946). SCHUMANN: Symphony #2 (1941; lots of altered trumpet parts in finale). MENDELSSOHN: Fair Melusine Overture (1948). STRAUSS: Don Quixote (Feuermann; 1938). [Five-record set; all from live concerts with NBC Sym except Mozart concerto (NYP)] Arturo A- 85.00

1788. TOSCANINI: Wagner - Concert performances from November 8, 1952: Tannhauser Overture & Bacchanale; from March 7, 1953: Ride of Valkyries, Siegfried's Funeral Music, Tristan Prelude & Liebestod, Lohengrin Act I Prelude, Siegfried Idyll; from February 7, 1953: Meistersinger Act I Prelude; from April 4, 1954: Forest Murmurs; Siegfried's Rhine Journey. [rather sparse notes in Italian & English which, among other things, tell us that the Ride of the Valykyries derives from Das Rheingold...] Fonit Cetra DOC-17(3). A- to A 16.00

1789. TOSCANINI: WAGNER - Preludes to Lohengrin Acts 1 & 3; Dawn & Siegfried's Rhine Journey. HAYDN - Symphony #101. NYP. Camden CAL-375. A- 9.00

1790. TOSCANINI: Waldteufel - Skaters Waltz. Rossini - William Tell Overture. Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite. NBC Sym. [I don't recall any other RCA with "LRY" prefix..] [early labels] RCA LRY-9000. B++ 12.00

1791. TOSCANINI: La Scala: Inaugural Concert after Reconstruction; May 11, 1946. Overtures to Gazza Ladra, Nabucco, Vespri Siciliani. Boito - Mefistofele Prologue. Puccini - Intermezzo & Act III, Manon Lescaut. Verdi - Te Deum. Other excerpts from Rossini's Mose & William Tell, Verdi's Nabucco. Tebaldi; Gardino; Malipiero; Pasero; Nessi; Stabile; Forti; Favero. [notes in Italian only] Discoreale DR-10004/5(2). A- 18.00

1792. TOSCANINI: Music of France - MASSENET: Scenes Alsaciennes. BERLIOZ: Francs-Juges Overture; Damnation of Faust, Scene 7 (Harrell, baritone). ROUSSEL: Spider's Feast. FRANCK: Redemption; Les Eolides; Psyche's Slumber. DEBUSSY: Afternoon of a Faun; 2 Nocturnes; Danse; March Ecossaise; La Damoiselle Elue (Novotna, soprano). RAVEL: La Valse. BIZET: Jolie Fille de Perth Suite; L'Arlesienne Suites #1 & 2 (excerpts). MEYERBEER: Overtures fo L'Etoile du Nord & Dinorah. DUKAS: Ariane et Barbe-Bleue (excerpts). ROGER-DUCASSE: Sarabande. NBC Sym. [Live concert performances] Discocorp ATRA-3001(4). A-(lovely copy - appears unplayed) 26.00

1793. TOSCANINI: Plays Your Favorites. Egmont, Roman Carnival & Zampa Overtures; Dance of the Hours; Finlandia; Hungarian Dances (four). NBC. [PD labels] RCA LM-1834. A- 9.00

1794. TOSCANINI: Toscanini Society ATS-1060: BORODIN - Symphony #2 (live; 2-26-38). TCHAIKOVSKY - The Tempest; Voyevoda Overture (live; 3-12-44; 4-19-41). NBC. FS 13.00

1795. TOSCANINI: Verdi and Toscanini: Overtures, Ballet Music and excerpts from I Vespri Siciliani, Nabucco, I Lombardi, La Traviata, La Forza del Destino, Otello, Aida, Luisa Miller, Un Ballo in Maschera & Rigoletto. With Moscona, Peerce, Warren, Milanov, Merriman; NBC Sym & Cho. RCA AT-304(3). A- to A(lovely German Teldec pressings) 21.00

TOSCANINI: See also #300, 320, 341, 457, 548, 742, 1179, 1195, 1197, 1201-2, 1243, 1667, 1801.

LP's: Conductors - continued
1796.*VAN BEINUM: Debussy - La Mer; Three Nocturnes. ACO (w/Women's Cho in 3rd nocturne). [fine performances!] Philips PHC-9097. A- 16.00

1797. VAN KEMPEN: Verdi - Two Choruses from Nabucco. Netherlands Radio Chorus & Opera Choir. [scarce 7-inch 45-RPM DISC; demo copy] Philips 312 085. B+ 10.00

1798. WAGNER (Siegfried): His own overture to Der Barenhauter, plus works of Richard Wagner: Rheingold - Entrance of Gods; Walkure - Ride; Wotan's Farewell & Magic Fire Music; Lohengrin - Act I Prelude; Tannhauser - Entrance of the Guests; Tristan - Prelude & Liebestod; Parsifal - Act 3 Prelude & Good Friday Spell; Huldigungsmarsch; Siegfried Idyll. LSO; BSOO; Bayreuth Fest Orch. [rec 1925-27] Electrola 1C147-30 647/48(2). A- to A 15.00

1799.*WALLENSTEIN: Rachmaninoff - Symphony #2. LAPO. Seraphim S-60133. FS 6.00

1800. WALTER: An Evening With Bruno Walter. Walter comments briefly before each of four works: Don Juan; Mozart 40th (NYP); Arias from Figaro (London) & Cosi (Steber). Col Sym in the arias. Col WZ-2. A-(gold "6-eyes" labels) 10.00

1801. WALTER: Beethoven - Symphony #3 (Symphony of the Air; live, 1957; Toscanini memorial concert); Egmont Overture (BPO; live, 1950). Bruno Walter Society BWS-1010. A- 14.00

1802.*WALTER: Beethoven - Symphony #5. Schubert - Symphony #8. Col Sym. Col MS-6506. A-("2-eyes") 19.00

1803.*WALTER: Beethoven - Symphony #7. Columbia Symphony. Col MS-6082. A-("2-eyes") 17.00

1804. WALTER: Beethoven - Triple Concerto; Leonore Overture #3. Corigliano; Rose; Hendl; NYP. Col ML-5368. A-("6-eyes" labels) 16.00

1805. WALTER: Brahms - A German Requiem; Schicksalslied. Carteri; Christoff; RAI Rome Orch & Cho. [Live; April 16, 1952] Fonit Cetra LAR-7(2). A- to A 25.00

1806.*WALTER: Brahms Double Concerto. Francescatti/Fournier/Col Sym Col MS-6158. A-("6-eyes") 18.00

1807. WALTER: Brahms - Hungarian Dances #1, #3, #10 & #17; Academic Festival Overture. NYP. [10-inch; first copy I've ever had!] Col AL-1. A- 15.00

1808. WALTER: Brahms - Symphony #2. NYP. Col ML-5125. A-("6-eyes" labels) 18.00

1809.*WALTER: Brahms - The Four Symphonies; Academic Festival & Tragic Overtures; Haydn Variations. Columbia Symphony. [Lovely booklet includes a dozen pages of photos (from Walter's collection) of the conductor and his contemporaries down the years, with captions provided by his daughter. Grand Prix du Disque.] Col D4S-615(4). A-("2-eyes" labels; c/c) 50.00

1810. WALTER: Bruckner - Te Deum. Yeend; Lipton; Lloyd; Harrell; NYP; Westminster Cho (rec in Carnegie Hall). Mahler - Kindertotenlieder. Ferrier; VPO. Col ML-4980. A-("6-eyes") 16.00

1811.*WALTER: Dvorak - Symphony #9. Col Sym. [classic!] Col MS-6066. A-("2-eyes" labels) 19.00

1812. WALTER: Haydn - Symphony #86 (LSO); #92 (PCO). [rec 1938] Discocorp BWS-999. A- 16.00

1813. WALTER: Mahler - Das Lied von der Erde. Thorborg; Kullman; VPO. [rec 1936] Perennial 2004. A- 11.00

1814.*WALTER: Mahler - Symphony #1 (Columbia Symphony; stereo); Symphony #2 (Cundari; Forrester; NYP; stereo); Symphony #4 (Halban; NYP; electronic stereo). [Lovely French pressings; notes in French only] French CBS T-4(4). A- to A 24.00

1815. WALTER: Mahler - Symphony #9 (recorded in concert; January 16, 1938); Symphony #5, Adagietto only (studio recording; January 15, 1938); Kindertotenlieder (Ferrier; October 1949). All with VPO. [includes English notes] Electrola 1C147-01 402/03(2). A- 20.00

1816.*WALTER: Mahler - Symphony #9. Col Sym. Odyssey Y2-30308(2). A- 12.00

1817.*WALTER: Mozart - Symphony #35, #36, #38 - #41. Col Sym. Col M3S-691(3). A-("2-eyes") 29.00

1818. WALTER: Mozart - Symphony #38 & #39; Overtures: Finta Giardiniera; Figaro; Clemenza di Tito. VPO (in #38, Clemenza & Finta); British Sym (in Nozze); BBC Sym (in #39). [rec 1933-8] Turn THS-65063. A- 6.00

1819. WALTER: Mozart - Symphony #39 & #41. NYP. Col ML-5014. A-("6-eyes" labels) 16.00

1820. WALTER: Mozart - Symphony #40; Concerto #20 (Firkusny). NYP. [Live; 1950] CLS RPCL-2032. FS 18.00

1821. WALTER: Rehearses Brahms 2nd, 1st Movement & Brahms 3rd, 1st Movement. NYP; 30th Street Studio, NYC; 12/21+28/1953. [10-inch; demo; may not have been commercially available?] Col LP-32785/6. A- 24.00

1822. WALTER: Schumann - Symphony #1 (NYP; live, 1945). Mendelssohn - Violin Concerto (Milstein; NYP; 1945; apparently from Columbia commercial disc). Bruno Walter Society BWS-716. A- 16.00

LP's: Conductors - continued
1823. WALTER: Smetana - The Moldau. BARBIROLLI: Brahms - Academic Festival Overture. NYP in both. [10-inch] Col ML-2075. A- 15.00

1824. WALTER: Strauss - Don Juan (BPO); Death & Transfiguration (NBC Sym); Till Eulenspiegel (LAPO). [all are concert performances] Bruno Walter Society BWS-1007. A- 15.00

1825. WALTER: Strauss - Don Juan; Death & Transfiguration. Wagner - Siegfried Idyll. NYP. [oddly scarce] Col ML-5338. B+("6-eyes" labels) 16.00

1826. WALTER: Walter reads, in German, from his book, "Von der Musik und vom Musizieren." [German-only notes] DGG 43018 LPMS. B+(occ tks side 1 from light scrs) 38.00

1827. WALTER: The Birth of a Performance. Mozart - Symphony #36: three sides of set devoted to rehearsals; final side is the complete performance. Columbia Symphony. [recorded in mono only; drm; lovely Dutch pressings] CBS DC-40182(2). A- to A 21.00

1828. WALTER: The Sound of Genius. Egmont Overture; Mahler 1st (2nd movement); 2 Hungarian Dances; Blue Danube; Rosamunde Entr'Acte; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (2 movements). NYP & Col Sym. [Includes 8-page booklet with color illustrations of the original covers of 33 of Walter's first LP releases, plus long list of other Columbia LP's] Col WZ-1. A-("6-eyes" labels; cov & booklet also excellent) 29.00



WALTER: See #80, 95, 134, 136, 157-8, 209, 227, 350, 362, 935, 1016, 1198, 1232, 1266, 1298, 1403.

1829. WELDON: Elgar - Sea Pictures (Gladys Ripley); In the South Overture. LSO. EMI XLP-30008. A- 9.00

1830. WELDON: Russlan & Ludmilla (City of Birmingham Sym) & Orpheus in Hades (PO). HEWARD: Fledermaus & Prince Igor (Halle). SARGENT: Hebrides (Halle). [quite obscure overtures disc] Entre RL-3072. B+(occ bbl thumps) 9.00

1831. WOLDIKE: Bach - Brandenburg Concerti #3, #4 & #5. Chamber Orchestra of the Palace Chapel, Copenhagen (in #3); Danish State Radio Chamber Orch(in #4 & #5). [in print 11/53 - 3/56] RCA LHMV-1048. B+(starts of sides are B) 9.00

1832. WOLDIKE: Mozart Haffner Serenade, K.250 (w/introductory march, K.249). VSOO. Philips WL-1194. A- 9.00

1833. WOOD: Vaughan Williams - Symphony #2; Wasps Overture; Greensleeves Fantasia. Queens Hall Orchestra. [recorded 1936] Decca ACL-255. A- 12.00

1834. ZECCHI: Haydn: Symphony #100 (ACO). Schubert; Symphony #5 (Vienna Sym). Philips A-00342 L. A- 9.00

1835. ZECCHI: Schumann - Symphony #3. ACO. [Nice cover photo] Epic LC-3092. A-(yellow radial label) 7.00



LP's: Spoken Word, Humor & Documentaries
1836. SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL: Six Wartime Speeches (including "This Was Their Finest Hour"). EMI ALP-1435/36(2). B+ 10.00


I hope you’ve enjoyed perusing this catalog and perhaps found something if interest.
Good Late-Winter listening!
- Larry Jones
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