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Open-Reel Tapes: Operatic & Choral Repertoire, Collections, Vocalists……….…. # 1 - 35

Two-Track Tapes….………....…………………………………. # 36 - 42 Audiophile & Special Labels…..……………………………….. # 43 - 66 Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire; Collections; Winds...…...… # 67 - 79

Violinists; Pianists; Organ; Conductors; Poetry…………….….. # 80 - 96

Miscellaneous Non-Classical Tapes………..….……………….. # 97 - 125


LP’s: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire, Highlights, Collections…. # 126 - 373

Vocalists……………………....…………………………………. # 374 - 626 Audiophile & Special Labels…..……………………………….. # 627 - 911 Angels…………………….. # 627 - 688 Londons …………..……… # 689 - 715 Mercuries….…………… # 716 - 734

RCA's…………………. # 735 - 868

Misc labels…………….. # 869 - 911



Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire………………………...…… # 912 - 1126

Chamber Music……………………………………………...….. # 1127 - 1178

Collections…………………………………………………….… # 1179 - 1206

Misc Brass & Woodwinds………………………………………. # 1207 - 1218

Violinists……………………………..………….....…...……….. # 1219 - 1304

Harpsichord; Cello; Viola; Harp; Guitar……………………….. # 1305 - 1352

Pianists………………………….…………..….…………….….. # 1353 - 1475

Organists………………………….…………..….…………….….. # 1476 - 1504

Conductors………………...…….…………..….……………….. # 1505 - 1835

Documentary…………………….…………..….…………….….. # 1836 - 1836


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1Open Reel Pre-Recorded Tapes


I have not auditioned all of the tapes below, but those to which I have listened are in excellent condition, and all are so guaranteed (understanding that early 2-track tapes are delicate and require very careful handling). When a listing contains more music than would fit on a single LP, I have indicated the LP equivalent in parentheses as I do with the record listings; I am no longer counting the reels also. Tapes are 7 1/2 ips, 4-Track, non-Dolby and include libretti for vocal works unless otherwise indicated. With some of the rarer Barclay-Crocker issues I have placed a number at the end of the listing indicating the total number of copies of the tape ever made. In one of their last flyers, BC published these numbers to give an idea of which items were particularly scarce. With some of the "audiophile" material I have noted reviews or comments I have found of a tape's LP counterpart (or the tape itself) in The Absolute Sound by the letters TAS followed by issue number, colon, page number (i.e. 58:139). The following codes also apply:
3 3/4 = 3 3/4 ips D = Dolby NL = No Libretto BC = Barclay Crocker issue
Open Reel's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire
1.*BACH: Cantata #131. HANDEL: Wedding Anthem. Eathorne; Esswood; Jenkins; Noble; Steinitz/London Bach Players/Cho. Nonesuch NST-71294-C. (original tape; replacement reel) 11.00

2.*BACH: Mass in b. Alarie; Merriman; Simoneau; Neidlinger; Scherchen/VSOO; Vienna Academy Cho. West WTZ-119(3). (box has minor damage and tape repair) 21.00

3.*BACH: St. Matthew Passion. Pears; Prey; Ameling; Wunderlich; Krause; Hoffgen; Blankenburg; Munchinger/Stuttgart Ch Orch; Cho. [w/libretto] London LOV-90097(4). (moderate box damage, tape repair) 11.00

4.*BELLINI: Beatrice di Tenda. Sutherland; Veasey; Pavarotti; Opthof; Ward; Bonynge/LSO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. London LOG-90136(3). 16.00

5.*BELLINI: Norma. Sutherland; Horne; Alexander; Cross; Bonynge/LSO & Cho. London W-90168(3). 18.00

6.*BOITO: Mefistofele. Siepi; Del Monaco; Tebaldi; Di Palma; Serafin/ASCR. London LOR-90011(3). 18.00

7.*BRITTEN: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Deller; Pears; Shirley-Quirk; Watts; Veasey; Harwood; Hemsley; Brannigan; Tear; Britten/LSO; Cho. London LOG-90148(3). (with LP-sized libretto; minor box scuffs) 14.00

8.*DONIZETTI: Don Pasquale. Corena; Sciutti; Oncina; Krause; Kertesz/VSOO. London LOS-90100(2). (includes libretto booklet) 16.00

9.*DONIZETTI: La Fille du Regiment. Sutherland; Pavarotti; Sinclair; Bruyere; Malas; Garrett; Bonynge/ROHCG. London LOS-90143(2). (includes libretto) 16.00

10.*DONIZETTI: Lucia di Lammermoor. Sutherland; Merrill; Siepi; Cioni; Pritchard/ASCR. London LOR-90036(3). (includes libretto) 18.00

11.*GRIEG: Peer Gynt (complete incidental music). Carlsen; Hansli; Hanssen; Dreier/LSO; Oslo Phil Cho. [D; BC; 1420 copies made] Double-play tape on single reel: 102 minutes of music. Unicorn M-0361(2). 12.00

12.*HANDEL: Alcina. Sutherland; Berganza; Sinclair; Alva; Freni; Flagello; Sciutti; Bonynge/LSO & Cho. London LOR-90050(3). (NL; minor box scuffs) 16.00

13.*HANDEL: Messiah. Sutherland; Bumbry; McKellar; Ward; Boult/LSO & Cho. London R-80077(3). (includes libretto) 20.00

14.*HUMPERDINCK: Hansel & Gretel. Moffo; Donath; Fischer-Dieskau; Berthold; Ludwig; Auger; Popp; Eichorn/BVRS; Cho. [D; NL] RCA EOP2-0637-K-DP(2). 9.00

15.*MACHAUT: Notre Dame Mass. PEROTIN: Viderunt Omnes Sederunt Principes. Deller; Brown; English; Bevan; Deller Consort. Van VTC-1644. 12.00

16.*MOZART: Cosi fan Tutte. Lorengar; Berganza; Berbie; Davies; Krause; Bacquier; Solti/LPO. [D; NL] London S-41442(4). (box has moderate tape repair) 8.00

17.*MOZART: Don Giovanni. Fischer-Dieskau; Nilsson; Schreier; Talvela; Arroyo; Flagello; Grist; Bohm/Prague Ntnl Theatre. DGG DGR-9263(4). (minor box Scotch tape repair; with libretto) 20.00

18.*MOZART: Don Giovanni. Bacquier; Sutherland; Lorengar; Krenn; Gramm; Horne; Monreale; Bonynge/ECO; Ambrosian Singers. London V-90167(4). (includes libretto) 18.00



Open Reel's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire - continued
19.*MOZART: Marriage of Figaro (excerpts with Siepi; Gueden; Danco; Della Casa; Corena; E. Kleiber/VPO). MOZART: Don Giovanni (excerpts with Danco; Della Casa; Gueden; Dermota; Siepi; Corena; Berry; Krips/VPO). London LOH-90023(2). (box has neat Scotch tape repair) 12.00

20.*OFFENBACH: Tales of Hoffmann. Sutherland; Domingo; Bacquier; Tourangeau; Plishka; Cuenod; Charon; Bonynge/OSR; Cho. [includes libretto] London R-490217(3). (minor box scuffs & Scotch tape repair) 18.00

21.*PUCCINI: Tosca. Nilsson; Corelli; Fischer-Dieskau; Maionica; De Palma; Maazel/ASCR. London LOS-90132(2). (includes libretto) 16.00

22.*PURCELL: Dido & Aeneas. Baker; Clark; Poulter; Sinclair; Herincx; Lewis/ECO; St. Anthony Singers. London EOL-96002. (blue FFST spine) 12.00

23.*VERDI: Falstaff. Evans; Simionato; Ligabue; Merrill; Freni; Kraus; Elias; De Palma; Solti/RCA Italiana. London S-90178(3). (includes libretto) 20.00

24.*VERDI: La Traviata. Sutherland; Bergonzi; Merrill; Pace; Pedrani; De Palma; Pritchard/MMF. London LOG-90069(3). (slight box seam splits; includes libretto) 18.00

25.*VERDI: Luisa Miller. Caballe; Milnes; Pavarotti; Giaiotti; Van Allan; Reynolds; Maag/National Phil; London Opera Cho. [D] London OSAO-13114-U-TP(3). (includes libretto) 18.00

26.*VERDI: Requiem. Amara; Forrester; Tucker; London; Ormandy/Phila; Westminster Choir. Col M2Q-656(2). (includes notes/texts booklet) 18.00

27.*VERDI: Rigoletto. MacNeil; Sutherland; Cioni; Siepi; Corena; Sanzogno/ASCR. [includes libretto] London LOG-90044(3). (box has substantial, neat Scotch tape repair) 16.00
Open Reel's: Operatic & Choral Highlights
28.*HANDEL: Messiah (highlights). Sutherland; Tourangeau; Krenn; Krause; Bonynge/ECO; Ambrosian Singers. [D] [first copy of this I've ever had!] London L-490231. 12.00
Open Reel's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections
29.*MORMON TABERNACLE CHOIR: The Lord's Prayer, Volume 2. Choruses by Schubert, Handel, Bach(2), Gounod, Virgil Thomson, Mozart, Verdi, L.Stanley Glarum, Leroy Robertson, Albert Malotte. Ormandy/Phila. Col MQ-488. 12.00

30.*ROYAL FAMILY OF OPERA: Thirty-one arias taken from a wide range of London opera issues with artists including Crespin, Tebaldi, Del Monaco, Corelli, Resnik, Weathers, Merrill, McCracken, Berganza, Zeani, Nilsson, Flagstad, Hotter, Prevedi, Ludwig, Krause, King, Ghiaurov, Sutherland, and many more. [With 42-page text booklet] London LOF-90144(3). (box intact but spine label missing) 16.00


Open Reel's: Vocalists
31.*PEERCE: Handel Arias (Atalanta; Samson; Alexander's Feast; Semele; Acis & Galatea; Radamisto; Alceste; Jephta; Judas). Schwieger/VSOO. Westminster WTC-163. 6.00

32.*SILLS: Music of Victor Herbert. Kostelanetz/LSO. Angel 1R1-6500. 8.00

33.*SUTHERLAND: "Golden Age of Operetta." Selections from Student Prince; Boys from Syracuse; Desert Song; Rose Marie; Music in the Air; Show Boat; Only Girl; Maid of the Mountains; Tom Jones; Perichole; Cherubin; Vogelhandler; Dubarry; Eva; Waltz Dream; Opernball; Casanova; Merry Widow; Chocolate Soldier; six Leo Fall arias; etc! Bonynge/NPO [Extensive notes] London LOK-90140(2). 16.00

34.*SUTHERLAND: Arias from Handel's Julius Caesar. Elkins; Horne; Sinclair; Conrad; Bonynge/London New Sym. London LOL-90087. 10.00

35.*SUTHERLAND: The Art of the Prima Donna. Arias - Artaxerxes; Samson; Norma; Puritani(2); Semiramide; Sonnambula; Faust; Romeo; Otello; Seraglio; Traviata; Hamlet; Rigoletto. Molinari-Pradelli/ROHCG. [Extensive notes on 15 famous sopranos] London LOH-90035(2). 16.00
Open Reel's: 2-Track Classical Tapes
36.*AUDIOTAPE (NO NUMBER): HIGH SPIRITS - Rakoczy March; Excerpts from Capriccio Italien, Beethoven 1st, Carmen Suite & two Strasss waltzes. [Some of these besides Rakoczy are probably complete too, but it isn't clear from the notes; nor are any artists listed!] 16.00

37. CAPITOL TWO-TRACK TAPE FLYER: Listing 25 Capitol two-track tapes (with black-and-white box cover illustrations for all; includes 10 classical; highest number ZF-27, so the earliest ones). [equivalent of 8 small pages] 4.00

38.*RCA ACS--26: TCHAIKOVSKY - 1812 Overture. Reiner/CSO. [Recorded January 7, 1956; the original stereo release on LP (LSC-2241) was one of RCA's first stereo issues and is among the scarcest of the Reiners; it was only in print from November 1958 until September of 1961] (tape broken, two splices) 24.00

39.*RCA ACS-147: BARBER - Medea's Meditation & Dance of Vengeance. Munch/BSO. [Recorded April 1957; on LP originally as part of LM-2197 (mono only); not in stereo on LP until VICS-1391 in February 1969. So this tape issue (from about October 1958 - very late 2-track and hence especially scarce) was its only stereo incarnation for a decade. One of Munch's most powerful performances and in fine sound - and it was only briefly on CD!] 75.00

40.*RCA DCS--10: MOZART - Symphony #41. Reiner/CSO. [Recorded April 26, 1954; orginally on LP as part of LM-6035 (mono only); never in stereo on disc until Victrola reissue, May 1969] (missing first note!) 16.00

41.*RCA ECS---4: BRAHMS - Violin Concerto. Heifetz; Reiner/CSO. [Pfeiffer; Layton or Chase; TAS 77:138-40] (replacement box) 65.00

42.*RCA ECS--15: OFFENBACH - Gaite Parisienne. Fiedler/Boston Pops. [Probably the first stereo recording made by Fiedler and the Pops, June 1954. On LP as LSC-1817, this was certainly among the scarcest of early stereo RCA's, with the shortest "Schwann Life" of any item I have researched - only eight months separated its appearance in August 1958 from its deletion in April 1959. The tape was released c.1956 and was dropped with all the rest of RCA's 2-tracks in 1961. TAS re LP issue: 32:148; 34:177; 60:136-8; 75/76:78] [One tape splice: it causes very brief burble of sound and no loss of music (no tape was lost)] (replacement box) 24.00
Open Reel's: Londons
43.*1R1-6914: SENSATIONAL ORCHESTRAL SHOWPIECES - March Slav; Bolero; Carmen Preludes (2); Forza and Poet & Peasant Overtures. Mehta/LAPO. [1978 Columbia House issue, equivalent to Ampex 1972 issue on L-70196 entitled "Hits from the Hollywood Bowl."] 16.00

44.*L-70196: HITS FROM THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL - March Slav; Bolero; Carmen Preludes (2); Forza and Poet & Peasant Overtures. Mehta/LAPO. [oddly scarce on tape - only my second copy ever!] 16.00

45.*LC-80187(2): MAHLER - Symphony #2. Harper; Watts; Solti/LSO & Cho. (neat Scotch tape repair of box spine) 11.00

46.*LCL-80109: WAGNER - Overtures to Rienzi & Flying Dutchman; Tannhauser Overture & Bacchanale (original Paris version). Solti/VPO. 16.00

47.*LOH-90024(2): GILBERT & SULLIVAN - H.M.S. Pinafore. Reed; Skitch; Round; Adams; Hindmarsh; Godfrey/New Sym of London; D'Oyly Carte Opera Cho. [TAS 42:115] 16.00

48.*RICHMOND RCH-40001: Rossini Overtures - William Tell; Silken Ladder; Barber of Seville; Semiramide. Kenneth Alwyn/New Symphony Orchestra of London. [first copy of this I've ever seen!] 12.00

49.*U-90062(5): WAGNER - Siegfried. Nilsson; Windgassen; Hotter; Stolze; Neidlinger; Bohme; Hoffgen; Sutherland; Solti/VPO. [TAS 12:527] (includes libretto) 27.00
Open Reel's: London Phase-4 Stereo
50.*1R1-6838: SMETANA - Moldau. SIBELIUS - Finlandia. IVES - Variations on America. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS - English Folk Song Suite. DVORAK - Slavonic Dance #1. Fiedler/BPS. [unusual appearance of Fiedler on a Decca/London release - only the 4th copy of this I've seen over 30+ years!] 16.00

51.*LCL-75002: GROFE - Grand Canyon Suite. Black/London Festival Orch. 12.00

52.*LPL-74018: RONNIE ALDRICH/HIS TWO PIANOS. 8.00

53.*LPL-74066: FRANK CHACKSFIELD - The New Limelight. 8.00



Open Reel's: Mercuries
55.*D2T-5164(2): TCHAIKOVSKY - Suites #3 & 4 (Dorati/NPO); Nutcracker, Act II Divertissement (Dorati/LSO). [3 3/4 ips] 12.00

56.*STC-61054: MORE GENIUS OF JANKOWSKI - Horst Jankowski, piano; with orchestra & singers. 8.00


Open Reel's: RCA's
57. CAT-8723: Catalog of Classical, Popular & Jazz from February 1962, including only 4-track stereo (apparently no 2-track items were in print any longer). [12 small pages] 4.00

58. CAT-8925: Catalog of Classical, Popular & Jazz from November 1963 (4-track stereo). [24 small pages] 4.00

59. CAT-9235: Catalog of Classical, Popular & Jazz; from May, 1966; including only 4-track stereo (all that was still in print by then). [27 small pages] 4.00

60.*ERPA-3019-C: PROKOFIEV - Piano Concerti #3 & 4. Browning; Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Salvatore] (minor box stains) 12.00

61.*FTC-2129: MAHLER - Symphony #1. Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Layton] (some box scuffs and split; Scotch tape repair) 12.00

62.*FTC-2216: KODALY - Hary Janos Suite; Peacock Variations. Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Salvatore. Very dynamic - one of Leinsdorf/BSO's best in my opinion] 18.00

63.*FTP-1150: HENRY MANCINI - Soundtrack for Hatari! [TAS 73:152L] (minor cover scuffs & seam splits) 24.00

Open Reel's: Miscellaneous Audiophile & Special Label
64.*COMMAND 4T-11010: MOZART - Four-Hand Piano Sonata, K.497. SCHUBERT - Fantasy in f. MENDELSSOHN - Allegro Brillant. Hambro & Zayde. [35mm film recording] (minor box scuffs) 12.00

65.*DIRECT TO TAPE DTR-8217: DIGITAL DEMO FOR BOB - Six Piano pieces composed and performed by Bob Thomas. Recorded using Sony PCM-F1 digital unit. Duplicated in real time. 16.00

66.*PHILIPS D-7019(2): BERLIOZ - Requiem. Dowd; Davis/LSO; Cho. [TAS 2:93; 4:238] 20.00
Open Reel's: Orchestral & Instrumental Repertoire
67.*DE LUCA: (Edmond; b.1909): Conquerors of the Ages. Linz/LPO. Audio Spectrum AST-214. 12.00

68.*IVES: Symphony #2; Fourth of July. Bernstein/NYP. [Also - Bernstein discusses Ives; TAS 44:158; 69:48] Col MQ-857. 10.00

69.*NIELSEN: Flute Concerto (Baker); Clarinet Concerto (Drucker). Bernstein/NYP. Col MQ-941. (a little spine tape repair) 10.00

70.*NIELSEN: Symphony #1; Rhapsodic & Helios Overtures; Pan & Syrinx. Ormandy/Phila. Col MQ-912. 12.00

71.*VIVALDI: Double Concerti for Flute & Violin in d & c (Rampal; Stern). TELEMANN: Suite for Flute & Strings (Rampal). Jerusalem Music Center Ch Orch. Col 1R1-6878. 12.00
Open Reel's: Collections
72.*ALL STAR FESTIVAL: Great Conductors & Orchestras. Nine works by Columbia artists - Stravinsky, Stokowski, Ormandy, Bernstein, etc. Col SQ-1. 8.00

73.*CHOPIN'S GREATEST HITS: Piano works (or orchestrations thereof) played by Entremont(3), Kostelanetz(2), and Ormandy/Phila(6). Col MQ-1106. 9.00

74.*LONDON OPERA SAMPLER: Arias from Butterfly(Tebaldi), Aida(Bergonzi), Fledermaus(Resnik), Cav(Simionato), Pag(del Monaco), Faust(Sutherland), Don G(Siepi, Gueden, della Casa), Tosca(Tebaldi), & Tristan(Nilsson). London LOE-66002. (blue-spined, FFST box) 6.00

75.*METROPOLITAN OPERA GALA: Highlights of concert honoring Rudolf Bing, 4-22-72. Arias & duets by Arroyo, Caballe, Nilsson (Salome Finale), Price, Resnik, Tucker, Merrill, Zylis-Gara, Corelli; Bohm, Adler, Bonynge, Levine. DGG L-2260. 12.00



Open Reel's: Collections - continued
76.*TORONTO CHAMBER ORCHESTRA: C.F. ABEL - Symphony #3. HANDEL - Alcina Overture. BACH - Sheep May Safely Graze. CORELLI - Gigue. VIVALDI - String Concerto #11. PACHELBEL - Canon. Boyd Neel, conductor. [3 3/4 ips] Moss Music Group MMG 1R1-7463. 10.00
Open Reel's: Winds & Brass
77.*RAMPAL: (Flute): Greatest Hits. Gounod; Handel; Alabiev; Gossec; Debussy; Bizet; Massenet; Bach; Chopin (2); Bazzini. Inoue, piano. Col 1R1-6737. 6.00

78.*RAMPAL: (Flute): Japanese Folk Melodies (12). Ensemble Lunaire. Col 1R1-7138. 12.00

79.*RAMPAL: (Flute): Japanese Melodies, Volume III. Thirteen pieces, mostly traditional. Yuize; Uno; Nakashima, kotos. CBS 1R1-7459. (first copy I've ever seen of this) 8.00
Open Reel's: Violinists
80.*FRANCESCATTI: Beethoven Concerto. Walter/Col Sym. Col MQ-409. 9.00
Open Reel's: Pianists
81.*BERNSTEIN: Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue. Bernstein/Col Sym; American in Paris Bernstein/NYP. Col MQ-322. 12.00

82.*ENTREMONT: "Moonlight Sonata." 1st movement only of title piece plus short works of Brahms, Schumann, Granados, Rubinstein, Prokofiev, Chopin(2), Bach, Mendelssohn, Dvorak & Paderewski. [the only other copy I've ever seen of this sold in 1995!] Col MQ-1076. 12.00

83.*ENTREMONT: Rachmaninoff - Concerto #2 (Bernstein/NYP); Three Preludes. [only the second copy I've ever seen of this!] Col MQ-325. 12.00

84. RACHMANINOFF: Schumann - Carnaval. Chopin - Sonata in b-flat; 3 Waltzes; Nocturne; #1 & 15 of 17 Polish Songs. Short works of Schubert(3), Mendelssohn(2), Schumann, Liszt & Henselt. [3 3/4 ips; recorded 1923-1942] RCA TR3-5033(2). 9.00


Open Reel's: Organ
85.*BIGGS: Bach (played on pedal harpsichord, not organ) - Passacaglia & Fugue in c; Toccata & Fugue in d; Great Fantasy & Fugue in g; Prelude in d; Great Prelude & Gugue in G. Col MQ-790. 12.00

86.*BIGGS: Greatest Hits. Bach(5), Handel, Ives, Clarke, Schubert & Widor. Col MQ-1134. 12.00


Open Reel's: Conductors
87.*BERNSTEIN: "Greatest Hits" - Zampa & Candide Overtures; Espana; Ritual Fire Dance; Waltz of the Flowers; Dance of the Comedians; 2 more. NYP. Col MQ-907. 12.00

88.*BERNSTEIN: Britten - Young Person's Guide (narrated by Master Henry Chapin). Saint-Saens - Carnival of the Animals (narrated by Bernstein). NYP. [my first copy of this ever!] Col MQ-498. 12.00

89.*BERNSTEIN: Haydn - Symphonies #101 & 103. NYP. Col 1R1-6406. 12.00

90.*BERNSTEIN: Mendelssohn - Symphony #4. Schubert - Symphony #8. NYP. Col MQ-958. 12.00

91.*DRAGON: "Chopin By Starlight." Hollywood Bowl. Cap ZP-8371. 9.00

92.*KOSTELANETZ: "Spirit of '76." Works of Ives (Variations on America), Hovhaness (Meditation on Orpheus), Gershwin (Concerto in F w/Previn), Rodgers, Barber, Cowell, Griffes(2), Creston. His Sym. [double-play tape] Col 1R2-6513(2). 8.00

93.*LEINSDORF: Wagner - Siegfried's Funeral Music; Tannhauser Overture; Ride of the Valkyries; Magic Fire Music; Prelude to Act 3 of Lohengrin; Meistersinger Act 3 Excerpts (minus prelude). Concert Arts Sym. Cap ZP-8411. 12.00

94.*SCHERCHEN: Khachaturian - Gayne Ballet Highlights. Rimsky-Korsakoff - Flight of the Bumblebee. Borodin - Polovtsian Dances. VSOO. [Early Westminster 4-track tape combines the contents of two 2-track issues, including the cover art for each on the front and back of the box. Scarce!] West SWB-7008/7025. 21.00

95.*WALTER: Mozart - Masonic Funeral Music; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik; Overtures - Impresario, Cosi, Figaro & Magic Flute. Col Sym. Col MQ-543. (neat box spine Scotch tape repair) 10.00

Open Reel's: Poetry & Prose
96. DYLAN THOMAS: Complete Recorded Poetry. Read by the poet. [3 3/4 ips] Caedmon CDD-2014(2). 16.00

Open Reel's: Miscellaneous Non-Classical
97.*ALL STAR FESTIVAL: 12 Great Popular Stars: Brothers Four, Dave Brubeck, Ray Conniff, De Vol, Percy Faith, Andre Previn, Mitch Miller, Kostelanetz, Les Elgart, 3 more. Col SQ-2. 12.00

98.*BILL COSBY: "I Started Out as a Child." [recorded live at Mr. Kelly's, Chicago; 3 3/4 ips; mono] Warner Bros WSTE-1567. 8.00

99.*CHAMBERS BROTHERS: A New Time - A New Day. Col CQ-1037. (minor box scuffs) 7.00

100.*FRANK CHACKSFIELD: Hollywood Almanac, 1934-1957. All 24 songs which won Academy Awards from those years. [Double-play tape on single reel: 72+ minutes of music] London LPK-70006(2). 12.00

101.*FRANK CHACKSFIELD: The New Ebb Tide. [Phase-Four Stereo] London LPL-74053. (minor cover scuffs & Scotch tape repair) 8.00

102.*FRANK SINATRA: Where Are You? and No One Cares. Two complete albums on double-play tape, single reel. [3 3/4 ips] Cap Y2W-2339(2). 12.00

103.*FRED HARTLEY: His Twin Pianos. Richmond RPX-49003. 6.00

104.*GEORGE GREELEY: Best of the Popular Piano Concertos. [actually just film tunes arranged for piano & orchestra] Warner Bros WSQ-1410. 8.00

105.*GUY LOMBARDO: By Special Request!. Decca ST74-4280. 8.00

106.*GUY LOMBARDO: Irving Berlin by Lombardo. Cap ZT-1019. 7.00

107.*GUY LOMBARDO: Snuggled on Your Shoulder. Decca ST74-4567. 8.00

108.*HERB ALPERT'S TIJUANA BRASS:

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