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!!Going Places!! A&M AMB-112. 12.00

109.*JACK JONES: My Kind of Town. Kapp KTL-41097. 8.00

110.*JACKIE GLEASON: Today's Romantic Hits for Lovers Only - Volumes 1 & 2. [double-play tape on a single reel] Cap ZWW-2074(2). 12.00

111.*LENA HORNE: Feelin' Good. [3 3/4 ips] Artists UAX-6433. 6.00

112.*LONDON POPULAR SAMPLER: Ten selections; two each by Ted Heath, Frank Chacksfield, Mantovani, Stanley Black & Edmundo Ros [FFST spine] London LPQ-66000. 8.00

113.*LONDON THEATRE COMPANY: Selections from Gigi and South Pacific. With vocal soloists; Cyril Stapleton, conductor. Richmond RPE-45010. 8.00

114.*MISSA LUBA: A Mass Sung in Pure Congolese Style. Les Troubadours du Roi Baudouin. Plus Native Songs of the Congo(7). Philips PTC-606. 8.00

115.*NAT KING COLE: The Nat King Cole Story - Thirty-Six selections; Triple-Play tape on single reel. [3 3/4 ips] Cap Y3W-1613(3). 12.00

116.*OSBORNE BROTHERS: Cuttin' Grass Osborne Brothers Style. MGM STC-4149. 8.00

117.*PAT BOONE: Star Dust. Bel Canto ST-59. 7.00

118.*PETER NERO: In Person. RCA FTP-1204. 10.00

119.*SHELLEY BERMAN: The Edge of Shelley Berman. Verve VSTC-242. 8.00

120.*JIMMY RODGERS: Child of Clay. A&M OR-4130. 8.00

121.*THE TWIN STRING ORCHESTRAS: George Gershwin. Ten selections. Warren Edward Vincent, conductor. Pickwick P4T-403. 6.00

122.*TOM JONES: She's a Lady. Parrot M-79046. 8.00

123.*VIKKI CARR: The Best of Vikki Carr. United Artists UST-5581-C. 8.00

124.*VINNIE BELL, GUITAR & ORCH: 51 Greatest Motion Picture Favorites. [Double-play tape] Musicor MTR T-400(2). 8.00

125.*YOU ARE THERE TONIGHT: A Complete Authentic Minstrel Show. Joseph Kuhn conducts an orchestra and members of the Lee Gordon group. Spectrum AST-200. 8.00

That's it for the tapes: the rest of the catalog is devoted to LP's.
LP's: Operatic & Choral Repertoire
Operatic and choral listings include libretti unless noted NL for "No Libretto."
126. ADAM: Le Postillon de Longjumeau. Burles; Sanial; Brun; Doucet; Ethuin/ORTF & Cho. [includes ten pages of English notes & synopsis, but NL] Voce 49(2). A- 16.00

127. AUBER: Fra Diavolo (in French, with dialogue). Corazza; Barbaux; Antoine; Friedmann; Raffalli; Cochereau/Orchestre Symphonique du Rhin. [Live; 12/30/1979; with synopsis & notes, but NL] Voce 26(2). A- 16.00

128.*BACH: St. Matthew Passion. Schreier; Fischer-Dieskau; Janowitz; Ludwig; Berry; Karajan/BPO. DGG 2711 012(4). A- to A 12.00

129.*BALFE: The Bohemian Girl. Roy; Munro; Cole; Polivnick/Central City Opera. [Live, 1971] Side 6: Excerpts from Act III (Peters; Beecham/ROHCG; live, 1951). Voce 17(3). A-(start sd 6 has noisy originals) 18.00

130.*BARTOK: Bluebeard's Castle. Obraztsova; Nesterenko; Ferencsik/Hungarian Opera Orch. [dig] Hungaroton SLPD-12254. A- 8.00

131. BEETHOVEN: Symphony #9. Stich-Randall; Hoffgen; Friedrich; Frick; Bohm/Frankfurt Radio Orch & Cho. [live; 9-29-54; fold-open album w/Italian notes I Grandi Concerti GCL-03. A- 9.00

132.*BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Jerusalem; Adam; Nimsgern; Altmeyer; Meven; Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch; Berlin Radio Cho. [dig] Eurodisc 300-712-445(3). A- to A 9.00

133. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Flagstad; Schwarzkopf; Patzak; Schoffler; Furtwangler/Salzburg Festival, 1950. [Side 6: Beethoven 8th with Furtwangler/BPO from 1953. With synopsis & cast photos, but NL] MRF 50(3). A- 21.00

134. BEETHOVEN: Fidelio. Flagstad; Maison; Huehn; Kipnis; Janssen; Walter/Unnamed Company (clearly the Met). [Live, 1941; as issued] Bruno Walter Society BWS-712/13(2). A- 16.00

135. BEETHOVEN: Missa Solemnis. Nilsson; Tunnel; Bocklin; S.Bjorling; Erich Kleiber/Stockholm Philharmonic & Cho. [Live, 1949] Music & Arts IGI-366(2). A- 15.00

136. BEETHOVEN: Missa Solemnis. Steber; Merriman; Hain; Alvary; Walter/NYP; Westminster Choir. [Live; April 18, 1948; NL - as issued] CLS ARPCL-22015(2). A- to A 29.00

137. BEETHOVEN: Songs (29). Anders; Bohme; Fuchs; Hotter; W.Ludwig; Muller; Schmitt-Walter; etc. [German recordings ca.1942-1944; mostly with Raucheisen, piano] Odyssey Y2-35242(2). FS(c/c) 13.00

138. BELLINI: Bianca e Fernando. Hayashi; Savastano; Fissore; Machi; Ferro/RAI Turin (live, 1976). Fillers: BELLINI: I Puritani - Act III. Freni; Pavarotti; Bruscatini; Giaiotti; Muti/RAI Rome; 1970; plus another aria by Freni. [with synopsis, notes, and complete Italian/English libretto for Bianca] MRF 133(3). A- 24.00

139. BELLINI: Il Pirata. Callas; Ferraro; Ego; Sarfaty; Watson; Peterson; Rescigno/American Opera Society. [Live, Carnegie Hall; January 27, 1959; English notes included, but libretto Italian only] Replica ARPL-22487(2). A- 12.00

140. BELLINI: La Straniera. Scotto; Cioni; Campi; Zilio; Sanzogno/Teatro Massimo, Palermo. [Live; December 10, 1968; brief insert includes synopsis, brief notes & photos, but NL] MRF 30(2). A- 13.00

141. BELLINI: Norma. Callas; Stignani; Sutherland; Vaghi; Picchi; Asciak; Gui/Covent Garden. [Live, 11-8-52; booklet includes synopsis, notes and photos but NL] MRF 11(3). A- 22.00

142. BELLINI: Zaira. Scotto; Lamberti; Nave; Roni; Belardinelli/Teatro Massimo Bellini, Catania [Live; 4-1-1976; booklet includes notes, synopsis & complete Italian/English libretto]. SIDE 6, band 3: Scotto in Casta Diva from Norma. Patane/Teatro Regio, Turin [Live; 5/2/1974]. BONUS RECORD: BELLINI: La Sonnambula (excerpts). Scotto; Burrows; Robinson; Begg; Gomez; Cillario/ROHCG [Live; 3-20-1971]. MRF 132(4). A-(superficial rub sd 1 causes no sound) 29.00

143.*BERLIOZ: Beatrice & Benedict. Veasey; Cantelo; Watts; Mitchinson; Cameron; Shirley-Quirk; Davis/LSO; St. Anthony Singers. Oiseau-Lyre SOL-256/7(2). A- 8.00

144. BERLIOZ: Damnation of Faust. Crespin; Turp; Roux; Monteux/LSO & Cho. [Live; March, 1962; NL] Discocorp RR-539(2). A-(moderate tks 1/8-inch sd 3) 21.00

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145. BERLIOZ: Requiem. Lewis, tenor; Beecham/RPO; Cho. [Live; Albert Hall; December 13, 1959] Fonit Cetra DOC-30(2). A- to A 20.00

146.*BERLIOZ: Requiem. Riegel; Maazel/CO; Cho. London OSA-12115(2). A-(blems side 2 do not sound) 12.00

147. BERLIOZ: Requiem. Jouatte; Fournet/Emile Passani Choir & Orch. [Transfers from 78's which were recorded, I believe, during WWII; first recording of the work; recorded in Church of Saint Eustache, Paris.] Col SL-159. B+ 25.00

148.*BERLIOZ: Te Deum. Tagliavini; Davis/LSO & Cho; Wandsworth Boys' Cho. Philips SAL-3724. A- to A 6.00

149.*BERNSTEIN: West Side Story. Te Kanawa; Carreras; Troyanos; Ollmann; Bernstein/Orch & Cho. [Marilyn Horne also sings "Somewhere"] [dig] DGG 415 253-1(2). A- to A 15.00

150.*BIZET: Carmen. Horne; McCracken; Krause; Gramm; Maliponte; Boky; Baldwin; Bernstein/Metropolitan Opera. DGG 2709 043(3). A- to A 16.00

151.*BIZET: Les Pecheurs de Perles. Gedda; Eda-Pierre; Bruson; West; Queler/unidentified company. [Live, 1974; NL] Robin Hood RHR-504(2). A- 16.00

152.*BLITZSTEIN: Regina. Lewis; Carron; Brice; Hecht; Krachmalnick/New York City Opera. Col O3S-202(3). A-(early "6-eyes" labels) 19.00

153.*BLITZSTEIN: The Airborne Symphony. Orson Welles, narrator; Velis, ten; Watson, bar; Bernstein/NYP; Choral Art Soc. Col M-34136. A-(demo copy) 12.00

154.*BLOCH: America (An Epic Rhapsody). Stokowski/Sym of the Air; American Concert Choir (Hillis, dir). Vanguard SRV-346SD. FS(c/c) 7.00

155. BLOCH: Sacred Service (in English). Rothmuller; Bond; Cowan; Composer/London Philharmonic & Cho. [notes by the composer] London LL-5006. A- 12.00

156. BONTEMPI: Il Paride. Orel; Lazzari; Minetto; Trama; Rizzoli; Franci/RAI Rome. [Live, 1963; with notes & synopsis, but NL] Voce 62(3). A- 9.00

157. BRAHMS: German Requiem. Seefried; London; Walter/NYP; Westminster Choir. [This was apparently the first issue of this mono-only 1954 recording] Odyssey Y-31015. A- 5.00

158. BRAHMS: German Requiem. Connor; Harrell; Walter/NYP; Cho. [Live; March 16, 1942] Discocorp BWS-204. A- 14.00

159.*CASALS: (Pablo): El Pessebre (The Manger; sung in Catalan). Forrester; Iglesias; Saharrea; Elvira; Serrano; Composer/Festival Casals Orchestra of Puerto Rico; Cho. Col M2-32966(2). A- 18.00

160. CATALANI: Loreley. Cecchele; Suliotis; Cappuccilli; Ferrin; Talarico; Gavazzeni/Milan, 1968. [booklet includes synopsis & full Italian/English libretto] BJR 136(2). A- 16.00

161. CHERUBINI: Medea. Two live performances featuring Maria Callas at La Scala: December 10, 1953; Leonard Bernstein (with Barbieri, Nache, Penno, Modesti); and December 14, 1961; Thomas Schippers (with Simionato, Vickers, Tosini, Ghiaurov). [With 48-page booklet; brief notes, but mostly extensive production photos] MRF 102(4). A- 24.00

162. CONSTANTINESCU: (Paul): O Noapte Furtunoasa. Dumitrescu; Gurau; Niculescu; Dimitriu; Silvestri/Roumanian Radio-TV Orch. [Recorded 1954; with English notes, but libretto in Russian, French, German and Roumanian only!] Electrecord ECE-0276. A- 9.00

163.*DEL TREDICI: Final Alice. Hendricks; Solti/CSO. [dig] Decca SXDL-7516. A- to A(Dutch pressing) 10.00

164. DELIBES: Lakme. Pons; Pinza; Dickey; Petina; Browning; Pelletier/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; January 6, 1940; nice tasseled booklet of notes, articles, and many Pons photos and programs from various productions, but NL] Operatic Archives OPA-1045/46(2). A- 16.00

165.*DELIUS: Fennimore & Gerda. Cameron; Michelow; Worthley; Sinclair; Robinson/Unnamed Company. [Live, 1962; in nice box with synopsis but NL] IGS 023/4(2). A-(minor spine flaws) 12.00

166. DELIUS: Koanga (closing scene); Appalachia. Beecham/RPO & Cho. Col ML-4915. A-("2-eyes" labels) 10.00

167. DONIZETTI: Anna Bolena. Callas; Simionato; Rossi-Lemeni; Raimondi; Gavazzeni/Unnamed Company. [Live; Milan, April 1957; with fine booklet including synopsis, detailed notes on both the opera and this production in specific, photos, and complete libretto] BJR 109(3). A- 20.00

168.*DONIZETTI: Belisario. Gencer; Taddei; Pecile; Grilli; Zaccaria; Pallini; Gavazzeni/Teatro La Fenice, Venice. [Live, 5-9-69; booklet includes synopsis and production photos, but NL] MRF S-37(2). A- 16.00

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169.*DONIZETTI: Caterina Cornaro. Gencer; Aragall; Bruson; Clabassi; Risani; Jacopucci; Ruta; Cillario/Teatro San Carlo, Naples. [Live, 5-28-72; nice booklet includes production photos, synopsis & complete libretto] MRF S-96(2). A- 19.00

170. DONIZETTI: Don Pasquale. Corena; Peters; Valletti; Guarrera; Schippers/unidentified company. [Live, 1956; NL] Robin Hood RHR-511(2). A- 16.00

171. DONIZETTI: Linda di Chamounix. Stella; Valletti; Capecchi; Barbieri; Serafin/Teatro di San Carlo di Napoli. [scarce, mono-only issue; deleted 1965] Col M3L-403(3). A-("6-eyes" labels) 29.00

172. DONIZETTI: Lucia di Lammermoor. Callas; di Stefano; Panerai; Zaccaria; Karajan/RIAS Sym; La Scala Cho. [Live; Berlin, 9-29-1955; includes booklet with notes and many photos, but NL. Side 6: Scenes from Lucia with Callas, Fernandi, Panerai, Serafin; Rome; 6-26-1957]] BJR 133(3). A- 21.00

173. DONIZETTI: Poliuto. Corelli; Callas; Bastianini; Zaccaria; De Palma; Votto/La Scala [live, 12-7-60]. [Includes superb booklet w/notes, photos & other illustrations, complete Italian-English libretto] MRF 31(2). A- 19.00

174.*DONIZETTI: Requiem. Pavarotti; Bruson; Washington; Cortez; Fackler/Ente Lirico Arena Orch & Cho, Verona. [German-only notes] Telefunken 6.42680. A- to A 6.00

175. DUKAS: Ariane et Barbe-Bleue. Montmart; Depraz; Bellary; Capderou; Aubin/Unnamed Company. [Live, 1968; with notes, synopsis, and full French/English libretto] MRF 154(2). A- 16.00

176.*ELGAR: The Spirit of England; Coronation Ode. Cahill; Collins; Johnson; Howell; Gibson/Scottish National Orch & Cho. [first recordings] British RCA RL-25074(2). A- 10.00

177.*FAURE: Requiem. de los Angeles; Fischer-Dieskau; Cluytens/PCO; Brasseur Cho. Angel S-35974. A- 9.00

178.*FOSS: Time Cycle. Addison, soprano; The Improvisation Chamber Ensemble (including composer on piano); Bernstein/NYP. Col MS-6280. A-(c/c) 12.00

179. GIORDANO: Andrea Chenier. del Monaco; Milanov; Waren; Glaz; Elias; Cleva/Unnamed Company (live; New York, 12-4-54). BONUS RECORD: MILANOV FAREWELL, 4-13-66: Excerpts from Andrea Chenier (Tucker; Colzani; Molinari-Pradelli; New York; 4-13-66). [Booklet has synopsis and production photos, but NL] MRF 15(3). A- 29.00

180.*GIORDANO: Andrea Chenier. Tucker; Tebaldi; Bastianini; de Fabritiis/Unnamed Company. [Live, 1958; South America; NL (as issued)] HRE 350(2). A- 12.00

181. GIORDANO: Fedora. Tebaldi; Di Stefano; Sereni; Mizzetti; Basile/Teatro San Carlo, Naples. [Live; December 14, 1961; booklet includes notes, synopsis & photos, but NL] MRF 40(2). A- 16.00

182.*GIORDANO: La Cene delle Beffe. Zambon; Guelfi; Rosati; Formichini; Clabassi; Bonavolonta/RAI Milan. [Live, 1972; booklet includes synopsis & full libretto] MRF S-147(2). A- 16.00

183. GIORDANO: Madame Sans-Gene. Santunione; Tagliavini; Capecchi; Zanasti; Gavazzeni/La Scala. [Live; February 1967; with notes, synopsis, photos & full Italian/English libretto] MRF 165(2). A- 16.00

184. GIORDANO: Siberia. Maragliano; Zambon; Monachesi; Londi; Ferrara; Belardinelli/RAI Milano; live; February 5, 1974). GIORDANO: Il Re (Baggiore; Ferrara; Turtura; Jancovich; Moretti; Biondi/Foggia Opera; live; November, 1971). [Booklet includes notes, synopses and complete Italian/English libretti for both operas] MRF 118(3). A- 24.00

185.*GLUCK: Der Betrogene Kadi. Nixa; Djeri; Schonauer; Welz; Paumgartner/Camerata Academica des Salzburger Mozarteums. Epic BC-1062. A-(demo copy; early radial labels) 12.00

186. GLUCK: Iphigenie en Tauride. Crespin; Chauvet; Massard; Benegas; Sebastian/Theatre Colon, Buenos Aires. [Live, 1964; French-only libretto] Le Chant du Monde LDX-78769/70(2). A- 12.00

187.*GOLDMARK: The Queen of Sheba. Floyd; Kubiak; Reece; Anheisser; Hurney; Giovaninetti/Unnamed Company. [Live, New York; 3/26/1970] MRF S-56(3). A- 25.00

188. GOUNOD: Faust. Peerce; Merrill; Siepi; de los Angeles; Miller; Votipka; Davidson; Monteux/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; February 2, 1955; libretto in French only] Melodram MEL-415(3). A- to A 29.00

189. GRANADOS: Goyescas. Zambrana; Pico; Pineda; Diez; Csonka/Havana Philharmonic. [Live, 1957; with notes, production photos & synopsis, but NL] MRF 22. A- 14.00

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190.*GRIFFES: Songs (12); Milnes; Stapp; Bryn-Julson with Spong & Richardson, pianists and Ozawa/BSO, who also play The Pleasure-Dome of Kubla Khan. Also - 3 Tone Pictures (New World Ch Ens). [fold-open album w extensive notes] New World NW-273. A- to A(c/c) 6.00

191.*HANDEL: Donna Che in Ciel; Salve Regina. Jottini, soprano; Cillario/Angelicum Orch & Cho, Milan. Music Guild S-30. A- 5.00

192. HAYDN: Mass #11 ("Lord Nelson Mass"). Stich-Randall; Dermota; Hoengen; Guthrie; Rossi/VSOO. Vanguard VRS-470. A- 8.00

193. HAYDN: The Creation. Seefried; Holm; Borg; Markevitch/BPO; St. Hedwig Cho. Decca DXA-138(2). A- 19.00

194.*HAYDN: Theresienmesse. Spoorenberg; Greevy; Mitchinson; Krause; Guest/ASMF; Cho. Argo ZRG-5500. FS 6.00

195.*HINDEMITH: Mathis der Maler. Fischer-Dieskau; King; Koszut; Wagemann; Kubelik/BVRS & Cho. [quad] Angel SZCX-3869(3). A-(c/c) 12.00

196. HONEGGER: King David. Michaud; Collard; Mollet; Herve; Composer/ORTF; Brasseur Choeur; Durufle, organ. [in early, oversize album] West WAL-204(2). B+(s/s) 24.00

197. HONEGGER: Nicholas de Flue (Davy, speaker; Brasseur Cho; Petits Chanteurs de Versailles); Rugby; Pacific 231. Tzipine/PCO (in all). Pathe FCX-187/188(2). A-(no notes; NL) 12.00

198. HONEGGER & IBERT: L'Aiglon. Boue; Depraz; Bourdin; Lovano; Dervaux/Orchestre Radio Lyrique; ORTF Cho. [As issued, with synopsis but NL] Bourg BG-3004-5(2). A- to A 10.00

199. HUMPERDINCK: Hansel & Gretel (in English). Stevens; Conner; Votipka; Brownlee; Rudolf/Metropolitan Opera. [NL] [Recorded 6/5/47] Odyssey Y2-32546(2). A- 12.00

200.*IVES: Music for Chorus - Psalms #24, 67, 90, 100 & 150; General William Booth Enters Heaven; 3 Harvest Home Chorales; Serenity; The New River; December. Gregg Smith Singers; Ithaca College Cho; Texas Boys Cho; Col Ch Orch. Col MS-6921. A- 9.00

201. JANACEK: Slavonic Mass. Domaninska; Jurenova; Valka; Hromadka; Bakala/Brno Radio Orch. [first recording; beautiful cover art] Supraphon LPV-251. A-(remarkably fine pressing) 19.00

202.*JOSEPHS: (Wilfred; b.1927): Requiem for Bass-Bartione, Chorus, String Quintet & Orchestra. Dawe; Adelaide String Quartet; Measham/Adelaide Sym & Cho. [dig] Unicorn Kanchana DKP-9032. FS 10.00

203.*KOKKONEN: (Joonas): The Last Temptations. Talvela; Auvinen; Ruohonen; Koskinen; Lehtinen; Soderblom/Savonlinna Opera Festival. [recorded 1977; live (?)] DGG 2740 190(3). A- to A 18.00

204.*KORNGOLD: Violanta. Marton; Jerusalem; Berry; Hesse; Laubenthal; Janowski/Munich Radio Orch. [TAS 44:159] Col M2-35909(2). A- 11.00

205.*LEHAR: Giuditta. Moser; Gedda; Baumann; Hirte; Boskovsky/Munich Radio Orch & Cho. [dig; German pressing; DMM] Angel DSB-3947(2). A- to A(c/c) 9.00

206.*LEHAR: Giuditta. Gueden; Kmentt; Loose; Dickie; Czerwenka; Berry; Moralt/Vienna State Opera. Decca GOS-583-4(2). A- 11.00

207. LEONCAVALLO: I Pagliacci. Petrella; Di Stefano; Protti; Alva; Sanzagno/La Scala. [Live, 1958] Side 4: Di Stefano Recital: Andrea, Aida, Carmen, Otello(2), Rosenkavalier (misc locales, 1950-59). [no notes or libretto] Historical Opera Performances Edition HOPE 227(2). A-(album has Scotch tape repair) 30.00

208.*LISZT: Don Sanche (Goldthorpe; Lois & Tom McDonall; Dugdale; Woolfenden/BBC Scottish Sym; with detailed synopsis, but only excerpts from libretto). Filler, Side 4: Liszt - Jeanne d'Arc au Bucher (brief scena from 1845; with Marian Anderson; Monteux/unidentified orch; 1949). Voce 87(2). A- 14.00

209. MAHLER: Das Lied von der Erde. Thorberg; Kullman; Walter/VPO. [1936] Sera 60191. A- 6.00

210.*MAHLER: Des Knaben Wunderhorn. Ludwig; Berry; Bernstein/NYP; PLUS - live performance from Vienna with same artists, but Bernstein at piano instead of with orchestra. Col KS-7395(2). A-(c/c) 12.00

211.*MARTINU: The Opening of the Wells; The Legend of the Smoke from the Potato Tops; Dandelion Romance; Mikes from the Mountains (all are cantatas on works by Miroslav Bures). Soloists; Veselka/Czech Philhamonic Cho. Supraphon 1112-3631-2(2). A- 9.00

212.*MASCAGNI: Gugliemo Ratcliff. Mazzoli; Mattioli; Ciminelli; Ferraro; Parodi/RAI Rome. [Live; August 1963; includes illustrated booklet with notes, synopsis & full libretto] MRF S-57(2). A- 16.00

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213. MASCAGNI: Le Maschere. Cassinelli; Broggini; Ferrari; Casato; Rizzieri; Poli; Bartoletti/Teatro Verdi, Trieste. [live; 11/11/61; includes handsome booklet with notes, synopsis, photos & full libretto] MRF 44(2). A- 20.00

214.*MASSENET: Manon. Sills; Gedda; Souzay; Bacquier; Castel; Rudel/NPO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. [drm] Angel AVC-34010(3). FS 13.00

215. MASSENET: Manon. de los Angeles; Legay; Dens; Monteux/Paris Opera Comique. [recorded in mono only] RCA LM-6402(4). A-(lovely copy - in original glassine sleeves!) 20.00

216.*MENDELSSOHN: Elijah. Jones; Baker; Gedda; Fischer-Dieskau; Fruhbeck de Burgos/NPO & Cho. EMI SLS-935(3). A- to A 20.00

217. MENOTTI: The Saint of Bleeker Street. Poleri; Lane; Ruggiero; Akos; Schippers/Orch & Cho. RCA LM-6032(2). A- to B+(minor blemishes sound now and then) 12.00

218.*MEYERBEER: Dinorah. Deborah Cook; Christian du Plessis; Della Jones; Marilyn Hill Smith; Alexander Oliver; James Judd/PO; Geoffrey Mitchell Cho. [with lovely 16-page illustrated notes booklet and full French/English libretto; recorded 1979; All Saint's, Tooting, London; Robert Auger, engineer] Opera Rara OR-5(3). A- to A 24.00

219.*MEYERBEER: L'Etoile du Nord. Janet Price; Cook; Oliver; King; Watt; Brydon/New Sym Orch. [live, 1975] SIDE 6: BERLIOZ: Les Francs Juges (excerpts). Cantelo; Watts; Belcourt; Herincx; Davis/NPO. [With MRF's typically fine booklet including notes, synopsis, and full libretto] MRF S-119(3). A- 21.00

220. MEYERBEER: Roberto il Diavolo. Scotto; Malagu; Christoff; Merighi; Taddei; Antonini; Sanzogno/MMF [Live; May 7, 1968; nice illustrated booklet includes detailed synopsis, photos & full Italian/English libretto]. MRF 20(3). A- 21.00

221. MOHAUPT: (Richard): Double Trouble (Comic Opera in One Act). Dales; Pulliam; Beierfield; Riesley; Pickett; Moritz Bomhard/Chorus & Members of Louisville Orchestra. [Includes synopsis, but no libretto - as issued - in English] Louisville LOU-545-12. A-(in blank jacket; includes notes insert) 8.00

222.*MONTEVERDI: L'Incoronazione di Poppea. Laszlo; Lewis; Bible; Dominguez; Cava; Pritchard/RPO; Glyndebourne Festival Cho. [blue labels] Angel SBL-3644(2). A-(booklet photo page AUTOGRAPHED by Dominguez) 10.00

223.*MOZART: Abduction from the Seraglio. Eda-Pierre; Burrowes; Burrows; Tear; Lloyd; Jurgens; Davis/ASMF. [Includes five alternative duets & insert arias] Philips 6769 026(3). A- to A 9.00

224. MOZART: Don Giovanni. Ghuaurov; Stich-Randall; Curtin; Kunz; Kraus; Uppman; Krips/Chicago Lyric Opera. [Live, 1964; Italian-only libretto] Melodram MEL-464(3). A- to A 22.00

225. MOZART: Don Giovanni. Verna; Gavazzi; Ribetti; Taddei; Valletti; Tajo; Rudolf/RAI Torino. [Notes and libretto in Italian only] Cetra 1253(3). A- to B+ 17.00

226. MOZART: Entfuhrung aus dem Serail. Korner; Piltti; Beilke; Erb; Strienz; Steiner/Reichsender Opera, Berlin. [Live, 1936; NL; blank jackets] ANNA 1019(2). A- 17.00

227. MOZART: Marriage of Figaro. Pinza; Novotna; Stabile; Lazzari; Rautawaara; Rethy; Walter/VPO & Cho. [Live, Salzburg Festival, 1937; NL; blank jackets] Unique Opera UORC-256(3). A- 16.00

228. MOZART: Mass in C, K.317 ("Coronation"); Vesperae Solemnes de Confessore. Lipp; Dickie; Ludwig; Bender; Horenstein/Vienna Pro Musica; Cho. Vox PL-10 260. A- 7.00

229. MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godounov. Christoff; Borg; Gedda; Zareska; Lebedeva; Dobrowen/French National Radio Orchestra; Choeurs Russe de Paris. [deleted February 1957] RCA LHMV-6400(4). A-- 22.00

230.*OFFENBACH: Pariser Leben. Rothenberger; Bakker; Holm; Fuchs; Mattes/Munich Radio Orch & Cho. [with English synopsis & notes, but German-only libretto] [dig] Electrola 1C157-46 574/75(2). A- to A 11.00

231. OFFENBACH: Robinson Crusoe (in English). Janet Price; Dugdalle; Browne; Hartle; Macpherson/New Sym Orch. [Camden Festival, 1973; includes superb booklet with essay, cast biographies, production photos, and full libretto] BJR 140(3). A- 18.00

232.*ORFF: Carmina Burana. Mandac; Milnes; Kolk; Ozawa/BSO; New England Conservatory Chos. RCA AGL1-4082. FS(c/c) 7.00

233. PACINI: Saffo. Gencer; Bianco; Quilco; Matiucci; Capuana/Teatro San Carlo, Naples. [Live, 1967; booklet w/notes, synopsis, Italian/English libretto & many photos] MRF 10(2). A- 16.00

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234.*PENDERECKI: Utrenja. Soloists; Choruses; Markowski/Warsaw National Phil. Philips 6700 065(2). A- to A 9.00

235.*PERGOLESI: Stabat Mater. Raskin; Lehane; Caracciolo/Orchestra Rossini di Napoli. London OS-25921. A- 6.00

236.*PETERSON-BERGER: (Wilhelm): Songs (25). Jonth, soprano; Brilioth, tenor; Alin, piano. Bis LP-42. A- to A 8.00

237.*PFITZNER: Palestrina. Gedda; Fischer-Dieskau; Weikl; Prey; Steinbach; Ridderbusch; Donath; Fassbaender; Kubelik/BVRS & Cho. DGG 2711 013(4). A- to A 15.00

238. PIERNE: Incidental Music to "Ramuntcho." GURIDI: Prelude to "Mirentxu; Ezpatadantza from "Amaya." Orquesta Sinfonica conducted by Argenta (in Mirentxu & two Pierne movements) and Tejada (in the rest). [notes in Spanish only] Alhambra C-7560. A- 20.00

239.*PIERNE: Les Enfants a Bethleem. Hartman; Chateau; Leport; Durigneux; Bernardi; Jouineau/ORTF; Matrise de l'ORTF. Inedits 995 029. A- to A 12.00

240. PONCHIELLI: La Gioconda. Milanov; Castagna; Kaskas; Martinelli; Moscona; Panizza/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; December 30, 1939; original sources rather noisy; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 225(3). B+/B(mostly B+ but some ticky spots) 18.00

241. PUCCINI: Edgar. Luchetti; Sighele; Casoni; Colella; Cillario/RAI Turin. [Live; September 24, 1971; includes very nice illustrated booklet with notes, synopsis, photos & full libretto] Side 4: PUCCINI CONCERT (30th anniversary of his death; RAI Rome, 1954: Arias & duets by Tebaldi(3), Di Stefano(4), Taddei(2). MRF 105(2). A- 16.00

242. PUCCINI: La Fanciulla del West. Olivero; Lomarilli; Colzani; Carlin; Previtale/Teatro Regio di Torino. [Live; 5/5/1966; NL, but with notes, synopsis & production photos (including one of Olivero inadvertently revealing quite an expanse of her leg while adjusting a garter!)] MRF 112(2). A- 16.00

243. RAMEAU: Platee. Gedda; Jansen; Senechal; Micheau; Sautereau; Castelli; Linval; Rosbaud/PCO; Festival d'Aix-en-Provence Chorus. [mono-only; recorded 1956; in box with very handsomely printed booklet; French-only notes & libretto] Pathe DTX-223/24(2). A--(superficial marks cause very little sound) 24.00

244.*REIMANN: Lear. Fischer-Dieskau; Dernesch; Lorand; Varady; Albrecht/Bavarian State Opera. DGG 2709 089(3). A- to A 12.00

245. ROSSINI: Armida. Deutekom; Bottazzo; Garaventa; Gimenez; Trotta; Franci/Teatro la Fenice, Venice. [Live, 4-3-70; with illustrated booklet & libretto] MRF 59(2). A- 20.00

246. ROSSINI: Barber of Seville. Borgioli; Baccaloni; Capsir; Stracciari; Bettoni; Molajoli/La Scala. [Recorded in Milan 1929; this issue from 1979; with notes & libretto in Italian and English] Historical Archives Italian EMI 3C153-18403/05(3). A- to A 21.00

247. ROSSINI: Barber of Seville. Sayao; Pinza; Baccaloni; Martini; Brownlee; Harrell; Petina; St. Leger/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; April 10, 1943; nice booklet has articles, photos and other memorabilia related to Sayao but NL] Operatic Archives OPA-1021/23(3). A- 21.00

248. ROSSINI: Donna del Lago. Caballe; Bonisolli; Botttazzo; Hamari; Bellugi/Unnamed Company. [Live; Turin, 4-20-1970; nice booklet includes notes, photos & libretto] BJR 116(3). A- 16.00

249. ROSSINI: Siege of Corinth. Sills; Horne; Diaz; Bonisolli; Foiani; De Palma; Schippers/Milan. [live, 4-14-69; booklet includes synopsin, notes & photos, but NL] MRF 38(3). A- 24.00

250. SAINT-SAENS: Samson et Dalila. Thebom; Vinay; Taddei; Corena; Modesti; Beecham/Palacio de Bellas Artes. [Live, 1958; NL] Fillers, end side 6: Vinay in arias from Otello & Pag (no details given). Melodram MEL-449(3). A- to A 22.00

251.*SALLINEN: The Horseman. Salminen; Valjakka; Erkkila; Valkki; Soderblom/Savonlinna Opera Festival Orch & Cho. [recorded at first performance, 1975] Finlandia FA-101(3). A- to A 12.00

252. SCHMIDT: Notre Dame. Schlichting; Proebst; Hopf; Scheppan; Muench; Altman/BVRS & Cho. VERDI: Macbeth (2 arias & 1 duet with Hongen & Ahlersmeyer). GERMAN RECITAL: Arias in German by Scheppan(Aida); Trotschel(Rosenkavalier, Don Giovanni & Katya); Lange(Cosi & Pique Dame); Berger(Hansel). [with English notes, but NL] Rococo 1018(3). A-- 17.00

253.*SCHOECK: Notturno. BARBER: Dover Beach. Fischer-Dieskau; Juilliard Quartet. Col KS-7131. A-(demo copy; "2-eyes" labels) 9.00

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255.*SCHOECK: Penthesilea. Smith; Janku; Scherler; Kostia; Hermann; Blankenship; Macal/Cologne Radio Orch. Electrola 1C165-99 781/2(2). A- to A 12.00

256.*SCHUMAN (William): Concerto on Old English Rounds for Viola, Women's Cho & Orch. McInnes; Bernstein/NYP; Camerata Singers. [scarce - in print 6/78 to 10/80; TAS 13:90] Col M-35101. A-(c/c) 16.00

257.*SCHUMANN: Genoveva. Moser; Schreier; Fischer-Dieskau; Lorenz; Vogel; Masur/Leipzig Gewandhaus Orch; Berlin Radio Cho. [quad; Grand Prix du Disque] Electrola 1C157-02 914/16(3). A- to A 11.00

258.*SIBELIUS: Kullervo; The Origin of Fire; Our Native Land. Naumanen; Hymninen; Berglund/Helsinki Philmarmonic; Choirs. [dig; DMM] Angel DSB-3984(2). A- to A(c/c) 8.00

259.*SMETANA: Libuse. Kniplova; Berman; Soukupova; Bednar; Kroupa; Zidek; Subrtova; Krombholc/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50701/4(4). A- 30.00

260.*SMETANA: The Bartered Bride. Bednar; Dobra; Tikalova; Horacek; Chalabala/Prague National Theatre. Supraphon SUAST-50397/9(3). FS! 14.00

261.*STAINER: Crucifixion. Griffett; George; Vann/Peterborough Cathedral Cho. Hyperion A-66035. A- 8.00

262. STRAUSS: Der Rosenkavalier (abridged). Lehmann; Schumann; Mayr; Olszewska; Heger/VPO & Cho. [Recorded 1933; transfers by Anthony Griffith] World Record Club SH-181/2(2). A- 10.00

263.*STRAUSS: Elektra. Varnay; Wegner; Hoengen; Svanholm; Schoeffler; Reiner/Metropolitan Opera. Broadcast performance, February 23, 1952. STRAUSS: Salome. Welitch; Hoengen; Svanholm; Hotter; Sullivan; Reiner/Metropolitan Opera. Broadcast performance, January 19, 1952. [Deluxe Soria Series limited edition; the 9th (1981) in the Met's Soria Series of Historic Performances made available only to generous Met donors; in sturdy black plush slipcase with 26-page book including articles and many photos of Met productions of the works; plus libretti, of course] Metropolitan Opera-MET--9(4). A-(lovely copy!) 36.00

264. STRAUSS: Elektra. Varnay; Nikolaidi; Jessner; Janssen; Mitropoulos/NYP. [Live; Christmas Day, 1949; NL] Robin Hood RHR-510(2). A- 16.00

265.*STRAUSS: Elektra. Wizing; Rysanek; Forrester; Norup; Perick/ORTF. [Live, Paris; January 14, 1984; detailed notes but NL] Rodolphe RP-12420/421(2). A- to A 16.00

266. STRAUSS: Salome. Welitsch; Jagel; Thorborg; Janssen; Reiner/Met. [Live, 3/12/49] [Booklet includes synopsis and production photos, but NL] Side 4: Welitsch: interview (3/12/49); Arias from Don Giovanni(3) & Aida(2) from live performances, 1950 & 1951. MRF 1(2). A- 14.00

267.*STRAUSS: Salome. Behrens; Van Dam; Bohm; Baltsa; Karajan/VPO. Angel SBLX-3848(2). A- 15.00

268.*STRAVINSKY: Choral Music - Renard; Four Russian Songs; Four Russian Peasant Songs; King of the Stars; Babel; Ave Maria; Credo; Pater Noster. KEY-SMITH-STRAVINSKY: Star-Spangled Banner. BACH-STRAVINSKY: Chorale Variations. Composer/Misc Artists. Col M-31124. A-(c/c) 12.00

269. STRAVINSKY: Les Noces (Steingruber; Kenney; Wagner; Waechter; Vienna Ch Cho; Instrumental Ens); L'Histoire du Soldat Suite (Tomasow, violin; Soloists of VSOO). Mario Rossi conducts in both. Vanguard VRS-452. A- 12.00

270. STRAVINSKY: Oedipus Rex. Pears; Modl; Rehfuss; von Rohr; Krebs; Cocteau, narrator (in French); Composer/Cologne Radio Orch & Cho. Col ML-4644. A-("6-eyes" labels) 12.00

271. STRAVINSKY: Persephone. Zorina; Robinson; Stravinsky/NYP; Cho. Col ML-5196. A-(demo copy; "2-eyes" labels) 12.00

272. STRAVINSKY: Pulcinella. Simmons; Schnittke; MacGregor; Composer/CO. Col ML-4830. A-("6-eyes" labels; demo) 12.00

273.*STRAVINSKY: The Rake's Progress. Raskin; Young; Reardon; Sarfaty; Composer/RPO; Sadlers Wells Opera Chorus. Col M3S-710(3). A-(early "2-eyes" labels) 10.00

274.*SUPPE: Boccaccio. Rothenberger; Prey; Moser; Bohme; Berry; Dallapozza; Boskovsky/Bavarian Symphony & Opera Cho. [English notes included, but German-only libretto] [quad] Electrola 1c157-30216/17(2). A- to A 12.00

275.*SZYMANOWSKI: King Roger. Hiolski; Rumowska; Nikodem; Dabrowski; Mierzejeweski/Warsaw Opera. Aurora AUR-5061/2(2). A- to A 12.00

276. TCHAIKOVSKY: La Dama di Picche (Pique Dame sung in Italian). Jurinac; Bastianini; Poleri; Pederzini; Petri; Rodzinski/MMF. [Live; December 26, 1952; with English notes, but libretto in Italian only] Fonit Cetra DOC-63(3). A- to A 20.00

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277. TCHAIKOVSKY: Mazeppa (sung in Italian). Olivero; Bastianini; Christoff; Poleri; de Palma; Perlea/Teatro Comunale di Firenze. [Live; June 6, 1954; booklet has photos, but NL] Cetra LO-43(3). A- 12.00

278.*TIPPETT: A Child of Our Time (Morison; Bowden; Lewis; Standen; Pritchard/Royal Liverpool Orch & Cho); Ritual Dances from The Midsummer Marriage (Pritchard/ROHCG). Argo DPA-571-2(2). A- 12.00

279.*TIPPETT: Choral Music - 4 Songs from the British Isles; 5 Negro Spirituals from "A Child of Our Time;" nine more short works. Soloists; Cleobury/Schola Cantorum of Oxford. Oiseau-Lyre DSLO-25. FS 9.00

280.*TRAETTA: (Tommaso): Le Serve Rivali. Barbacini; Dessy; Nazario; Mainardi/Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo. [includes English notes and libretto] Bongiovanni GB-2003/4(2). A- 15.00

281.*VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Pilgrim's Progress. Noble; Armstrong; Burrowes; Partridge; Shirley-Quirk; Keyte; Boult/LPO & Cho. [Side 6: Boult in rehearsal of the work] Angel SCL-3785(3). A- 16.00

282. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Song of Thanksgiving. Dolemore; Speaight; Boult/LPO; Luton Choral Soc. Side 2: Jean Pougnet is violin soloist in VW's Lark Ascending (also Boult/LPO). [10-inch] Parlophone - Odeon PMB-1003. A- 8.00

283. VERDI: Aida. Callas; del Monaco; Dominguez; Taddei; Silva; de Fabritiis/Teatro de Bellas Artes, Mexico city. [Live; 7-3-51; with notes insert, but NL] BJR 151(3). A- 24.00

284.*VERDI: Aida. Caballe; Domingo; Berini; Mastromei; Masini/Gran Teato del Liceo, Barcelona [Live; January 1, 1974; booklet includes many production photos, but NL] Side 6: Caballe in six excerpts from Ernani (with Christoff; Glossop; Prevedi; Gavazzeni/RAI Milan [Live; 1968]. MRF S-106(3). A- 18.00

285. VERDI: Alzira. Zeani; Cecchele; MacNeil; Cava; Capuana/Rome Opera. [Live; 3-16-67; with illustrated program book but NL] MRF 8(2). A- 14.00

286. VERDI: Attila. Christoff; Roberti; Limarilli; Guelfi; Bartoletti/Unnamed Company. [Live; Florence; 12-1-62; booklet includes notes and is illustrated with production photos, but NL] MRF 54(2). A- 16.00

287. VERDI: Ernani. Del Monaco; Milanov; Warren; McCracken; Siepi; Mitropoulos/Unnamed Company. [Live; New York, 12-29-56; nice booklet with production photos & synopsis, but NL] MRF 6(2). A-(little or no sound from superficial rubs) 8.00

288. VERDI: Forza del Destino. Tebaldi; Di Stefano; Barbieri; Guelfi; Neri; Santini/Teatro Comunale di Firenze. [Live; 1956; Italian notes & libretto] Paragon DSV-52005(3). A- to A 20.00

289. VERDI: Gerusalemme. Gencer; Aragall; Guelfi; Gavazzeni/Teatro la Fenice, Venice. [Live; 9-24-63; inc libretto booklet with notes, synopsis & many production photos] MRF 89(2). A- 22.00

290. VERDI: Giovanna d'Arco. Tebaldi; Bergonzi; Panerai; Scarinci; Susca; Simonetto/Teatro La Fenice, Venice. [Live, 1951] MRF 90(2). A-(missing booklet) 9.00

291.*VERDI: I Due Foscari. Cioni; Maragliano; Zanasi; Carlin; Bartoletti/New York. [Live; July 3, 1968; includes small booklet with notes & synopsis, but NL] MRF S-26(2). A- 13.00

292. VERDI: I Vespri Siciliani. Cerquetti; Ortica; Christoff; Tagliabue; Truccato-Pace; Rossi/RAI Turin. [Live; date not given] SIDE 6: Ballet Music from Vespri (Erich Kleiber/Florence; live, 1951). MRF 92(3). A-(brief, minor snd beg sd 6 fr press blem; NL) 14.00

293. VERDI: I Vespri Siciliani. Caballe; Domingo; Bordoni; Diaz; Queler/Gran Teatro del Liceo, Barcelona. [Live; December 28, 1974; booklet includes synopsis, notes & full Italian/English libretto] SIDE 6: Don Giovanni (three scenes; Caballe; Ghiuselev; Gimenez; Ganzarolli; Sebastian/Liceo, Barcelona; live, 1975). MRF 128(3). A- 24.00

294. VERDI: Il Corsaro. Gulin; Ricciarelli; Casallato; Bruson; Lopez-Cobos/Teatro La Fenice, Venice [live; 10-2-71, Germany]. Side 4 fillers: Ricciarelli arias & scenes from Giovanna(3); live, Rome Opera, 5-30-72. MRF 95(2). A- 18.00

295. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Granforte; Carena; Pertile; Cattaneo; Darmassi; Sabajno/La Scala. [superb pressing of famous 1930 recording] EMI Italiana 3C153-17083/85(3). A- to A 11.00

296.+VERDI: Il Trovatore. Pertile; Granforte; Carena; Cattaneo; Carmassi; de Franco; Sabajno/La Scala. [lib Italian only] EMI (Italy) C 053-17083/85(3). A- 12.00

297. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Price; Corelli; Simionato; Bastianini; Zaccaria; Karajan/VPO; VSO Cho. [Live; Salzburg Festival, 1962; with synopsis but no notes or libretto] Opera Nights Limited Editions LERWC-105(3). A- 14.00

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298. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Bjoerling; Castagna; Greco; Valentino; Moscona; Calusio/unnamed company. [Live, 1941; NL] Robin Hood RHR-509-B(2). A- 16.00

299. VERDI: Il Trovatore. Callas; Elmo; Lauri-Volpi; Silveri; Serafin/Unidentified Company. [Live, 1951; in blank jackets; NL] Unique Opera UORC-304(2). A- to B+ 14.00

300. VERDI: La Traviata. Albanese; Peerce; Merrill; Toscanini/NBC Sym. [Live; 12/46; notes in German and French only; NL] RCA AT-202(2). A- to A(superb German Teldec pressings) 12.00

301. VERDI: La Traviata. Ponselle; Tibbett; Jagel; Vettori; Falco; Panizza/Metropolitan Opera. Side 6: Intermission talks & singing with Geraldine Farrar. [Live; 1/5/1935; NL; collector provided pristine blank box then added careful spine label] Golden Age of Opera EJS 107(3). A-(exceptionally fine pressings; originals noisy) 18.00

302. VERDI: Luisa Miller. Caballe; Tucker; Milnes; Tozzi; Flagello; Pearl; Schippers/unidentified company. [Live; with notes but NL; bl covs] ERR 122-3(3). A- to B+(varies) 14.00

303.*VERDI: Nabucco. Scotto; Ghiaurov; Manuguerra; Luchetti; Obraztsova; Muti/PO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. [quad] Angel SCLX-3850(3). A- 14.00

304. VERDI: Nabucco. MacNeil; Rysanek; Elias; Siepi; Schippers/Met Opera. [Live, 1960] Side 6: Rysanek in Macbeth arias [Munich, 1953]. [libretto in Italian only] Melodram MEL-042(3). A- to A 22.00

305. VERDI: Nabucco. Milnes; Bumbry; Cossutta; Raimondi; Cortez; Santi/unidentifed company. [Live, 1979; w/notes; NL; Side 4: Grace Bumbry in scenes from Macbeth & Aida,1973] Legendary LR-154(3). A- 17.00

306. VERDI: Otello. Vinay; Schoeffler; Dermota; Jaresch; Greindl; Bierbach; Siegelinde Wagner; Furtwangler/VPO; VSO Cho. [Live; Salzburg, 1951; NL] IGI 342(3). A- 18.00

307. VERDI: Otello. Del Monaco; Tebaldi; Warren; Tozzi; Zampieri; Pergola; Votto/La Scala. [Live; January 7, 1954; Photos in booklet, but NL] Cetra LO-74(3). A- 10.00

308. VERDI: Otello. Vinay; Martinis; Schoffler; Wagner; Dermota; Greindl; Furtwangler/VPO; VSO Cho. [Live; Salzburg Festival; 8/7/51] Side 6: Schumann - Symphony #1. Furtwangler/VPO; 1951. [With booklet including synopsis & photos, but NL] MRF 45(3). A- 6.00

309. VERDI: Otello. Martinelli; Tibbett; Rethberg; de Paolis; Moscona; Panizza/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; February 24, 1940; NL; former owner has housed these in a fine box with stenciled spine label] Golden Age of Opera EJS 106(3). A--(very fine surfaces for EJS; originals noisy) 18.00

310. VERDI: Otello. Domingo; Freni; Cappuccilli; Ciannella; Carlos Kleiber/La Scala [Live, 1976; NL] Curtain Call 302(2). A- 16.00

311. VERDI: Requiem. Tebaldi; Rankin; Prandelli; Rossi-Lemeni; De Sabata/La Scala. [Live; January 27, 1951] Fonit Cetra DOC-32(2). A- to A 13.00

312. VERDI: Requiem. Rysanek; Resnik; Lloyd; Tozzi; Reiner/CSO; Cho. [Jacket states Chicago Lyric Opera, but this was actually a CSO concert from April 3, 1958; this Italian issue probably derives from an aircheck of a WBAI broadcast of the concert in New York] Melodram MEL-238(2). A- to A 33.00

313. VERDI: Rigoletto. Bjoerling; Warren; Sayao; Cordon; Lipman; Sodero/Metropolitan Opera. [Live, 1945; NL; blank jackets] Unique Opera UORC-176(2). A-- 14.00

314.*VERDI: Rigoletto. Bruson; Kraus; Hendricks; Ferrin; Gardelli/unidentified company. [Live; 1980; with notes but NL] Filler: Barbara Hendricks: Sleepwalking Scene from Sonnambula (Almeida/unidentified company; live, 1980). Legendary LR-178(3). A-- 12.00

315. VERDI: Rigoletto. Stracciari; Capsir; Borgioli; Dominici; Bassi; Molajoli/La Scala. [recorded c.1929; with essay by Alan Blyth, but NL] Pearl GEMM-177/8(2). A- 14.00

316. VERDI: Simon Boccanegra. Tibbett; Rethberg; Martineli; Pinza; Warren; Panizza/Metropolitan Opera. Liver broadcast January 21, 1939. [Deluxe Soria Series limited edition; the 13th (1986) in the Met's Soria Series of Historical Recordings made available only to generous Met donors ($125+); in sturdy mahogany plush slipcase with lavishly-illustrated 24-page book plus libretto] Metropolitan Opera-MET-13(3). A-(lovely!) 65.00

317. VERDI: Simon Boccanegra. Warren; Tucker; Varnay; Valdengo; Stiedry/Unnamed Company. [Live, 1950; no notes or libretto] Robin Hood RHR-506-B(2). A- 16.00

318. VERDI: Simon Boccanegra. Tibbett; Rethberg; Martinelli; Pinza; Warren; d'Angelo; Panizza/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; 1/21/1939; NL; blank jackets] Golden Age of Opera EJS 108(3). B/B+(varies) 14.00

319. VERDI: Stiffelio. Limarilli; Dominguez; Alberti; Prior; Maag/Teatro Regio, Parma. [Live; 12-29-1968; w/nice booklet inc notes, production photos & synopsis, but NL] MRF 32(2). A- 18.00

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320. WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Nissen; Noort; Reining; Sallaba; Wiedemann; Toscanini/VPO; VSO Cho. [Live; Salzburg Festival, 1937; includes English notes, but NL] Filler: Siegfried's Funeral Music; same artists; Salzburg Festival, 1934. Melodram MEL-012(5). A- to A 29.00

321.*WAGNER: Die Meistersinger. Bailey; Kollo; Bode; Hamari; Weikl; Moll; Solti/VPO; VSO Cho. London OSA-1512(5). A- 9.00

322. WAGNER: Flying Dutchman. Hotter; Ursuleac; Hann; Ostertag; Klarwein; Krauss/Bavarian State Opera. [In 78-sized album with open sleeve tops, undoubtedly issued without inner sleeves, so inevitably scuffed. But most problems are minor, and most plays a solid B+; one significant moderate scratch sounds one inch on side 6; NL (as issued??)] B(see preceding comments) 19.00

323. WAGNER: Flying Dutchman. Varnay; Glaz; Hotter; Svanholm; Reiner/Unidentified Company. [Live, 1950; in blank jackets; NL] Unique Opera UORC-149304(2). A-- 14.00

324. WAGNER: Gotterdammerung. Windgassen; Varnay; Grummer; Greindl; Ilosvay; Uhde; Neidlinger; Knappertsbusch/Bayreuth Festival. [Live, 1957; issued with booklet including production photos, but NL] Cetra LO-61(5). A- 18.00

325. WAGNER: Lohengrin. Hofmann; Volker; Muller; Prohaska; Klose; Grossman; Heger/Berlin State Opera. [Private Austrian issue; NL; no notes beyond cast sheet and identification of scenes on each side; handsome box] Private LOH-1(4). A- 38.00

326. WAGNER: Lohengrin. Maison; Kipnis; Hoerner; Lawrence; Busch/Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires (live, 1936). Side 8: Act 3 Prelude & Love Duet (Traubel; Melchior; Busch/NYP (live, 1947). [Insert with photos, but NL] Melodram MEL-310(4). A- to A 26.00

327. WAGNER: Tannhauser. Traubel; Melchior; Thorborg; Kipnis; Janssen; Szell/Metropolitan Opera. [Live; December 19, 1942; no notes or libretto] Connaisseur MEL-306(3). A- 30.00

328. WAGNER: The Ring of the Nibelung (complete). Svanholm; Lorenz; Flagstad; Frantz; Pernerstorfer; Hongen; Weber; Herrmann; Konetzni; Markwort; Treptow; Steingruber; Wagner; Wegener Furtwangler/La Scala. [Recorded live; March & April, 1950. Each opera is in its own box, with notes in both Italian and English, along with photos and German-only libretto, all enclosed in an oversize slipcase.] Fonit Cetra CFE-101(18). A- to A 81.00

329.*WAGNER: Tristan & Isolde (excerpts: Act 2 - Prelude & Love Duet; Act 3 - Tristan's Death & Liebestod). Farrell; Thomas; Bernstein/Unnamed Orch. [Live; 2-26-69] FWR 69. A- 21.00

330. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde. Vinay; Modl; Weber; Hotter; Malaniuk; Stolze; Karajan/Bayreuth Festival, 1952. [with English notes but NL] Melodram MEL-525(4). A- 18.00

331.*WALTON: The Bear. Sinclair; Shaw; Lumsden; Lockhart/ECO. [blue labels] Angel S-36477. A- 7.00

332. WEBER: Der Freischutz. Hopf; Streich; Grummer; Proebstl; Erich Kleiber/Cologne Radio Orch & Cho. [March, 1955; no notes or libretto] IGI 300(2). A- 18.00

333.*WEBER/MAHLER: Die Drei Pintos. Popp; Hollweg; Prey; Moll; Bertini/Munich Philharmonic. German RCA PRL3-9063(3). A- 12.00

334. WEILL: The Rise & Fall of the City of Mahagonny. Lenya; Litz; Gunter; Roth; Markwort; Bruckner-Ruggeberg/Orch & Cho. Col K3L-243(3). A-("2-eyes" labels) 12.00

335. WOLF-FERRARI: I Quatro Rusteghi. Rossi Lemeni; Elmo; Carteri; Majonica; Valletti; Ligabue; Votto/La Scala. [Live, 1954; with English notes but Italian-only libretto] Fonit Cetra DOC-26(3). A- to A 24.00

336.*WOLF-FERRARI: Il Campiello. Rizzieri; Guggia; Zanolli; Mercuriali; Gracis/RAI Milan. [Live; date not specified; booklet includes notes, synopsis & full Italian/English libretto] MRF S-151(2). A- 16.00

337.*WOLF-FERRARI: Jewels of the Madonna. Tinsley; Turp; Glossop; Howell; Erede/Unnamed Company [live; London, 1976; booklet includes synopsis, very detailed notes, and complete libretto]. WOLF-FERRARI: Vita Nuova (Part 1 only). Giurgetti; Malaguti; Loehrer/R.S.I. Orch & Cho. MRF S-138(3). A- 24.00

LP's: Operatic & Choral Highlights
338.*BIZET: Les Pecheurs de Perles (exc). Doria; Vanzo; Massard; Scellier; Etcheverry/Orch & Cho. Mode 9494. A- 10.00

339. DONIZETTI: Gems from Lucia di Lammermoor. Munsel; Peerce; Merrill Pinza; Cellini/RCA Orch. [10-inch] RCA LRM-7030. A- 12.00

340. GIORDANO: Andrea Chenier (exc). di Stefano; Fineschi; Savarese; Boni; Rigacci/unidentfied company. [Live, 1962; NL; bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-278. A- 6.00

341. GLUCK: Orfeo ed Euridice, Act II. Merriman; Gibson; Toscanini/NBC Sym; Shaw Chorale. [11-22-52, Carnegie Hall] English RCA AT-127. A- to A(lovely Teldec pressing) 12.00

342. LALO: Le Roi d'Ys (exc). Micheau; Gorr; Borthayre; Legay; Savignol; Mars; Rallier; Cluytens/ORTF & Cho. [notes in French only] French Columbia FCX-30,187. A- 7.00

343. MUSSORGSKY: Boris Goudounov (exc). Christoff; Gedda; Bielecki; Zareska; Dobrowen/ORTF. [deleted 10/58] [PD labels] RCA LVT-1021. A- 8.00

344. OFFENBACH: La Belle Helene (excerpts in English). Blackham; Miller; Nash; Kern; Matheson/Sadler's Wells Orch & Cho. [with synopsis but no texts] EMI CSD-1505. A- 9.00

345. PUCCINI: La Boheme (exc in German). Eipperle; Gueden; Anders; Domgraf-Fassbaender; Steinkopf/Berlin Radio Orch. [recorded 1944] BASF 10 21496-6. A- 7.00

346. PUCCINI: Tosca (Act I). Muzio; Borgioli; Gandolfii; Argall; Merola/San Francisco Opera. [Live, October 15, 1932: opening nightof the War Memorial Opera House; NL; bl cov] Golden Age of Opera EJS 129. B 5.00

347. VERDI: La Traviata (exc). Tebaldi; Magenta; Prandelli; Giulini/RAI Milan. [Live, 1956; Italian-only notes] I Gioielli Della Lirica 02. A- to A 6.00

348.*VERDI: Le Trouvere - (Trovatore in an abridged version in French). Poncet; Le Bris; Quilco; Kahn; Fournet/Lamoureux Orch; Cho. [notes French only] [tulip labels] DGG 136 467. A- to A 12.00

349. VERDI: Luisa Miller (exc). Ricciarelli; Pavarotti; Tozzi; Jones; Quilco; Kobos/unidentified company. [bl cov] Unique Opera UORC-239. A- 10.00

350. WAGNER: Die Walkure - Act 1. Lehmann; Melchior; List; Walter/VPO. [recorded 1935] Sera 60190. FS 4.00

351. WAGNER: Tannhauser (exc). Melchior; Traubel; Thorborg; Janssen; Kipnis; Szell/unidentified company. [Live, 1942; NL; blank jacket] Golden Age of Opera EJS 544. B+ 7.00

352.*WAGNER: Tristan & Isolde (excerpts). Modl; Windgassen; Blatter; Rother/BSOO. Telefunken KT-11037/1-2(2). A- to A 8.00

353. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde (exc). Buchner; Klose; Hofmann; Lorenz; Prohaska; Heger/Berlin State Opera. [recorded 1942; German-only notes; NL] BASF 22 22316-7(2). A- to A 9.00

354. WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde (exc). Flagstad; Anday; Lorenz; Weber; Schoeffler; de Sabata/unidentified company. [live, 1948; blank jacket; NL] Unique Opera UORC-260. A- 6.00
LP's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections
355. 50 YEARS OF GREAT OPERATIC: SINGING: TENORS: Arias by Caruso(2), McCormack, Gigli, Martinelli, Schipa, Johnson, Melchior, di Stefano, Tagliavini, Peerce, Bjoerling & Valletti. [SD labels] RCA LM-2372. A- 8.00

356. AMERICAN SINGERS VOLUME I: Adini (Trovatore, Herodiade, Aida; songs of Braga, Samara); Hinkley (Lohengrin, Meistersinger, Gotterdammerung; Bowers song); Parkina (songs of Leoncavallo, Balfe, Dell'Acqua, Trad, Bishop, d'Hardelot); Maclennan (Tannhauser[2]); Lankow (Juive, Magic Flute). Rococo 5397. A- 8.00

357. AUSTRALIAN OPERA: Single LP entitled Great Australia Singers includes Melba/Brownlee (Traviata), Dawson (Faust), Stella Power (Lucia), Harold Williams (Faust), Margherita Grandi (Macbeth), Gladys Montcrieff (Maid of the Mountains), Clara Serena (Samson), Evelyn Scotney (Auber Manon Lescaut), Gertrude Johnson (Dinorah), Florence Austral (Aida), Arnold Matters (Simon), Frances Alda (Mefistofele) & Marjorie Lawrence (Brunnhilde's Immolation in French!) [Issue commemorates the opening of the Sydney Opera House (1973) and includes 68-page book and a portfolio of six prints with the disc in a slipcase] Australian Opera AO-1. A-(brief tks beg sd 1; minor slipcase scuffs) 12.00

LP's: Operatic, Vocal & Choral Collections - continued
358. COLLECTOR'S SHOWCASE: Selections from Max de Schauensee's collection. Arias sung by Dupre(Tales), Luart(Manon), Brothier(Mireille), Musy(Mireille), Rouard(Herodiade), Balguerie(Ariane;2), Juyol(Roi d'Ys), Gall(Louise;2), Lafont(Louise; 2); Corney(Cigales; Amour d'Antan); Thill(de Fay song); Raveau(Rousseau song). Club 99 CL-99-507. A- 8.00

359. FAMILIAR DIVAS: IN UNFAMILIAR REPERTOIRE - Albanese/Aida); Sass/Boheme; Olivero/Traviata; Dimitrova/Fanciulla; Jones/Butterfly; Horne/Pag; Obraztsova/Gianni Schicchi; Sills/Aida; Sayao/Manon Lescaut; Resnik/Ernani; Tebaldi/Lohengrin; Zeani/Thais; Caballe/Rosenkavalier. [all from live performances] Legendary LR-210. A- 13.00

360. FAMOUS WAGNER INTERPRETERS: BERLIN 1933/BAYREUTH 1936. Fifteen arias and scenes performed by Muller, Klose, Volker, Prohaska, Manowarda, Bockelmann, Lorenz, Zimmermann & Roswaenge. Conductors: Tietjen, Schmidt, Schmidt-Isserstedt. Telefunken KT-11017/1-2(2). A- 6.00

361. GREAT LOVE DUETS: Boheme (McCormack/Bori); Pag (Merrill/Albanese); Aida (Bjoerling/Milanov); Faust (Farrar/Caruso); Giovanni (Pinza/Rethberg); Manon Lescaut (Albanese/Bjoerling); Rigoletto (Berger/Peerce); Butterfly (Caruso/Farrar). [WD labels] RCA LM-2628. A- 10.00

362. GREAT SINGERS IN COPENHAGEN: Historical Live Recordings from The Archive of Dannmarks Radio, 1931-39. Mostly Danish Radio Orchestra with VOCALISTS: Konetzni, Melchior, Zikova, Tango, Thygesen, Marchi, Steffensen, Kraft, Byrding, Kern, Patzak, Roswaenge, Gigli, Bruusgaard, Lomanto, Thill, Pernet, List; CONDUCTORS include Walter, Malko, Tango, Grondahl. Also: Excerpts (10+ minutes) from Magic Flute (Gerhardt; Mayr; Walter/VPO; Salzburg, 1931); and Tristan (11+ minutes; Larsen-Todsen; Pistor; Furtwangler/Bayreuth Festival, 1931). Danacord DACO-131-133(3). A- to A 18.00

363. METROPOLITAN OPERA: 50 Years of Guild Performances at the Met. Commercial recordings of artists in roles they performed at Guild performances. Includes Rethberg, Melchior, Albanese, Steber, Stevens, Bampton, Svanholm, Traubel, Munsel, Peerce, Bjoerling, Kirsten, Milanov, Roggero, di Stefano, Gueden, Thebom, Merrill, Amara, Hines, Tebaldi, Stella, Rysanek, Nilsson, Moffo, Callas, Gorr, Peters, Ludwig, Vickers, Tucker, Caballe, Milnes, Gedda, Bergonzi, Corelli, Crespin, Price, Domingo, Sills, Verrett, von Stade, Horne, Sutherland, Scotto & Estes. [Commemorating Golden Anniversary of Metropolitan Opera Guild, c.1985] Metropolitan Opera-MET-50(3). A- 21.00

364. METROPOLITAN OPERA: Met Centennial Collection - Recordings from 1935-1959. Excerpts from broadcasts of fifteen operas, featuring thirty-seven singers and eleven conductors. [Deluxe Soria Series limited edition; part of the Met's Soria Series of Historical Recordings, issued annually, which usually involved three-LP sets of famous broadcast performances of individual operas, made available only to generous Met donors of $125 or more. As a little change of pace, this 1984 issue, in sturdy red plush slipcase with lavishly-illustrated 52-page book with full texts and artist biographies, comprises five LP's, and required a contribution of $500 or more!] Metropolitan Opera-MET-100(5). A- 98.00

365. METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE: GALA FAREWELL. Complete program of benefit concert of April 16th, 1966. Includes music from Lucia, Ballo, Otello, Don Carlo, Louise, Carmen, Butterfly, Walkure, Barber of Baghdad, Forza, Gioconda, Barber, Trovatore, Manon Lescaut, Meistersinger, Boris, Gotterdammerung, Aida, Cosi, Magic Flute, Vanessa, Rosenkavalier, Andrea Chenier & Faust. Vocalists include Moffo, Merrill, McCracken, Siepi, Kirsten, Resnik, Votipka, Cehanovsky, Albanese, Vickers, Corena, Peters, Peerce, Tozzi, Crespin, Price, Corelli, Konya, Nilsson, Sereni, Stratas, Miller, Shirley, Steber, Thebom, Caballe, Raskin, Elias, Milanov, Tucker, Gedda & Hines. Conductors include Stokowski, Molinari-Pradelli, Rudolf, Schick, Varviso, Cleva, Rosenstock, Mehta, Leinsdorf, Adler & Pretre. [Recording also includes Star-Spangled Banner, speeches by Bing, Hawkings & Greenway; final Auld Lang Syne; a copy of the program from the concert is also included] MRF 7(3). A- 77.00

366.*OPENING NIGHTS AT THE NEW MET: Recordings of Met stars re-creating opening night roles (NOT live performances; not w/Met Orch except Vespri overture): Antony & Cleopatra (Price); Traviata (Caballe; Bergonzi); Adriana (Domingo); Aida (Price); Ernani (Bergonzi); Don Carlo & Otello (Domingo; Milnes); Trovatore (Domingo; Price); Vespri Overture (Levine). [drm] RCA ARL1-4856. A-(c/c) 10.00

LP's: Operatic, Vocal & Choral Collections - continued
367. OPERA RARA SILVER JUBILEE GALA: Kings and Queens of England. Selections from Maria Stuarda(3), Roberto Devereux(2), Anna Bolena(2), Rosmonda d'Inghilterra, L'Assedio di Calais, Alfredo il Grande(2) & Il Castello di Kenilworth. J.Price; Harrhy; Tomlinson; Kenny; Hughes; Clark; du Plessis; Harre; Woodrow; Andrew; Arthur; Smith; Alun Francis/London Philomusica [blank jackets] Unique Opera UORC-356(2). A- 10.00

368.*SONGS OF GREAT OPERA COMPOSERS: Saint-Saens(3), Bizet(4), Massenet(5). Patenaude, soprano; Eliasen, piano. MHS 3433. A- 9.00

369. SOPRANO POTPOURRI: Selections by Nordica(2), Alda(2), Schumann(3), Melba, Patti, Novotna(3), Ponselle(5) & Rethberg(5). [bl cov] Golden Age of Opera EJS 532. 12.00

370.*THE AGE OF BEL CANTO: Arias & duets by HANDEL (Atalanta, Samson, Semele), PICCINNI (Buona Figliuola), LAMPUGNANI (Meraspe), BONONCINI (Astarto), BOIELDIEU (Angela), ARNE (Artaxerxes), AUBER (Muette de Portici), BELLINI (Straniera), SHIELD (Rosina); plus from Il Re Pastore, Magic Flute, Seraglio, Semiramide, Freischutz, Beatrice di Tenda, Pasquale, Lucrezia, Attila, Barber. Sutherland; Horne; Conrad; Bonynge/LSO; New Sym of London. [with large, profusely-illustrated booklet] [FFSS labels] London OSA-1257(2). A- 20.00


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