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Dorati/Mpls. [Their first, mono-only recording from April 1952: not to be confused with much more common stereo re-make.] [MF-25/MF-21] A-(occ tks sd 2) 20.00

718. MG-50058: STRAVINSKY - Petrouchka. Dorati/Mpls. [recorded April 6, 1955 (not March, as stated on cover); mono only; not common; not to be confused with stereo remake by same artists] [FR-1/MF-5] A- 20.00

719. MG-50079: AMERICAN CONCERT BAND MASTERPIECES: Persichetti, Gould, Schuman, Bennett, Piston & Barber. Fennell/EWE. [mono only; not common!] [MG-12/MF-11] B 6.00

720. MG-50392: BRAHMS - Sonatas #1 & 2 for Cello & Piano. Starker; Sebok. [TAS re stereo issue: 51:177+8] [RFR-1/RFR-1] A- 12.00

721.*SR-90008: STRAUSS (Johann) - Voices of Spring, Vienna Bonbons, Champagne Polka, Roses from the South, Artist's Life. Dorati/Mpls. [FR-2/FR-3] A- 14.00

722.*SR-90231: MARCEL DUPRE AT SAINT-SULPICE (Paris) Volume V - MESSIAEN: Le Banquet Celeste; Les Bergers. DUPRE: 3 Preludes and Fugues. Dupre; organ. [TAS 32:141] [FR-1/FR-1] A- 32.00

723.*SR-90300: PROKOFIEV - Piano Concerto #3. RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #1. Janis; Kondrashin/Moscow Phil. [35mm film recording; first recording made by an American team in USSR] [TAS 34:179; 40:130L; 54:158] [RFR-8/RFR-8] A- 32.00

724.*SR-90387: STRAVINSKY - Song of the Nightingale; Scherzo a la Russe; Fireworks; Tango. Dorati/LSO. [TAS 52:212-3; 54:162] [RFR-1/RFR-1] A- 40.00

725.*SR-90435: PARIS (1917-1938) - MILHAUD: Le Boeuf sur le Toit. FRANCAIX: Concertino. AURIC: Overture. SATIE: Parade. Dorati/LSO. [TAS 33:134; 54:161] [this copy has the later cover: "DAda SURREALISM"] [M-3/RFR-1] A-3/RFR-1(c/c; minor cover scuffs) 25.00

726.*SR-90450: NIELSEN - Fynsk Forar (Springtime in Funen); Twelve Songs. Six vocal soloists; Winther, piano; Woldike/Danish Radio Orch & Cho. [RFR-1/RFR-2] A 16.00

727.*SRI-75006: FRANCK - Piece Heroique; Chorales #1 - 3. Dupre; Organ of St. Thomas Church, New York City. [From SR-90168: see TAS 45:158; 53:121; 65:156L] A- to A 12.00

728.*SRI-75013: LEROY ANDERSON - Irish Suite & 7 other pieces, including Trumpeter's Lullaby, Bugler's Holiday, & Sleigh Ride. Fennell/Eastman Pops Orch. [from SR-90009; TAS 33:136] A- to A(c/c) 10.00

729.*SRI-75045: DVORAK - Cello Concerto. BRUCH - Kol Nidrei. Starker; Dorati/LSO. [35mm film recording; from SR-90303: TAS 33:139; 35:106-7; 44:142; 54:161+164; 61:120-22; 65:154L] FS 16.00

730.*SRI-75050: CHADWICK - Symphonic Sketches. PISTON - The Incredible Flutist. Hanson/ERSO. [from SR-90018(TAS 37:96) & SR-90206(TAS 31:96; 32;148; 53:120)] A- to A 6.00

731.+SRI-75111: CARTER - The Minotaur. COWELL - Symphony #4. RIEGGER - New Dance. Hanson/ERSO. [from MG-50103 (Carter) & MG-50078 (rest)] FS 9.00

732.*SRW-18060: GRAINGER - Country Gardens & Other Favorites. Fennell/Eastman Pops Orch. [TAS 33:139; 41:125; 53:118; 54:164; 65:156L] [FR-1/RFR-1] A- 24.00

733.*SRW2-19500(2): DELIBES - Coppelia (complete ballet). Dorati/Mpls. A-(W-1/W-2/W-3/W-2) 35.00

734.*SRW2-19501(2): DELIBES - Sylvia (complete ballet). Fistoulari/LSO. A-(W-2/W-2/W-2/W-3) 18.00

LP's: RCA's
I am now listing RCA's all together in one group when they are either early pressings in which customers have indicated an interest, or when they are later pressings of issues which have had a particular following. Records are listed alphanumerically by prefix and number. Codes for pressings refer to label types, and are given in brackets just before the grade at the end of the listing (e.g. [SD]). RCA pressing codes are as follows:
PD = Plum Dog (Nipper, the RCA/HMV dog, shown against a shaded plum background; used for the last RCA classical mono issues, c.1954-1958).

SD = Shaded Dog (as above, but with fire-engine red background; used during the early stereo era, c.1958-1963, for both mono and stereo classical issues except some Sorias).

WD = White Dog (also called "Plain Dog"; Nipper here is against an unshaded background of Christmas red; used for all classical issues except Sorias c.1964-1969).

ND = No Dog (large "RCA" in open white letters on left of label; c.1969-1977).

LD = Late Dog (small dog on upper right of label against dark red; c.1977 forward).

BL = Black label (for popular records almost exclusively)

CP = Canadian Pressing.

PL = Plum Label (for Victrola [VIC or VICS] issues, the earliest pressings, c. 1964-1968).

SS = Soria Series (special label of Christmas red with no dog used only for the Sorias; the first Sorias had SD labels, but switched to SS about 1961 - before WD era).
I am now also including the stamper numbers of each stereo disc (and some monos too) next to the pressing code. If the information is available I also show the names of the producer and engineer in another pair of brackets. Please note that for these issues - as for most records from the early stereo era - copies in apparently mint condition frequently grade "A- to B+" in my audition. Copies graded A- are very fine, and higher grades are quite extraordinary from this period.
735.*AGL1-1269: VIENNA. J.STRAUSS JR.- Morning Papers; Emperor Waltz; Blue Danube. WEBER - Invitation to the Dance. JOSEF STRAUSS - Village Swallows. RICHARD STRAUSS - Rosenkavalier Waltzes. Reiner/CSO. [From LSC-2112; TAS 75/6:176-7] A- 6.00

736.*ARP1-4576: MOUSSORGSKY - Pictures at an Exhibition. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; "Point 5" Series; half-speed re-mastered; from LSC-2201; TAS re original: 98:126-8; TAS re re-issue: 27:108] A- to A 12.00

737.*ATL1-4040: RESPIGHI - Pines & Fountains of Rome. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; "Point 5" Series; half-speed mastered; from LSC-2436; TAS 23:32, 49:64-9, 73:196-200, 75/76:70; pristine German Teldec pressing] A- to A 18.00

738. CAL-111: MOUSSORGSKY-RAVEL - Pictures at an Exhibition. Koussevitzky/BSO. [First recording, 1930; Koussevitzky commissioned Ravel's orchestration] A-(brief mod ticks sd 1) 16.00

739. CAL-243: JEROME KERN - Medleys from Roberta, Music in the Air, Show Boat, Sally, Very Good Eddie, Sweet Adeline, The Cat and the Fiddle, Leave it to Jane, The Girl from Utah, Oh Boy, plus a few assorted individual numbers. Leonard Joy/Victor Light Opera Company (or, if you believe the jacket instead of the labels, the "Regent Light Opera Company!") B+ 10.00

740. CAL-275: MARIA JERITZA IN OPERA: Arias from Herodiade, Jeanne d'Arc, Alceste, Carmen(2), Gioconda, Thais, Tosca, Cav, Lohengrin, Tannhauser, Walkure & Dutchman. [most with unidentified orchestra; Carmen with Met] A- 10.00

741. CAL-276: MOZART - Requiem. Thorne; MacFarlane; Coker; Englander; Harl McDonald/Philadelphia Orchestra; Pennsylvania University Chorus. [unusual, VERY scarce Camden] A-(lovely!) 24.00

742. CAL-326: MOZART - Symphony #35. BRAHMS - Haydn Variations. ROSSINI - Barber of Seville Overture. MENDELSSOHN - MSND Scherzo. Toscanini/NYP. A- to B+ 8.00

743. CAL-335: ELIZABETH RETHBERG - Arias from Otello(2), Dutchman, Fledermaus, Il Re Pastore, Faust, Boccaccio & Ballo(2). A- to B+ 8.00

744. CAL-534: CHOPIN - Polonaise; Scherzo #2. Liszt - Mephisto; Hungarian Rhapsody #2. Brahms - Intermezzo; Rhapsody. Rachmaninoff - Prelude in c#. Lorin Hollander, piano. [Hollander's 2nd disc, c.1959, when he was 14 years old] B+ 10.00

745.*CAMDEN LIVING STEREO CAS-469: POP CONCERT FAVORITES - Finlandia; William Tell & Fledermaus Overtures; Carmen Suite #1. Gruner-Hegge/Oslo Phil. [Living Stereo; 1S/1S; recorded June, 1958; only in print January 1959 - May 1961] A- 10.00

LP's: RCA's - continued
746.*CAMDEN LIVING STEREO CAS-475: RACHMANINOFF - Piano Concerto #2. Baekkelund; Fjeldstad/Oslo Phil. [Living Stereo; 1S/1S; rec 6/1958; only in print 4/50 – 5/61; scarce!] A- 10.00

747.*CCV-5013 (ENGLAND): TCHAIKOVSKY - Francesca da Rimini; Romeo & Juliet. Munch/BSO. [Recorded 1956; issued in mono only in the US as LM-2043; its 1st stereo issue on LP came as VICS-1197, of which this is the British equivalent; Romeo not to be confused with 1961 remake on LSC-2565.] A- 16.00

748.*CCV-5041 (BRITISH): BACH - Violin Concerto #1. Laredo; Munch/BSO. MOZART - Violin Concerto #3. Laredo; Mitchell/National Sym. [Mozart is from LSC-2472 (Dellheim; Crawford); the Bach (Mohr; Layton), though recorded in 1960, was never issued on Red Seal LM/LSC, but rather was first issued on VICS-1129 in 1965(!); this British issue is its equivalent; VERY obscure item, and a rare find for the Munch (or Laredo) collector (fine recorded sound, too!)] A- 32.00

749.*CLASSIC RECORDS LSC-2225: WITCHES BREW - ARNOLD: Tam O'Shanter Overture. MUSSORGSKY: Night on Bald Mountain; Gnomus from Pictures at an Exhibition. LISZT: Mephisto Waltz. SAINT-SAENS: Danse Macabre. HUMPERDINCK: Witch's Ride from Hansel & Gretel. Gibson/New Sym Orch of London. [Kingsway Hall; TAS re original issue: 73:146; 75/76:70] A- to A 24.00

750.*CLASSIC RECORDS VICS-1002: TCHAIKOVSKY - Swan Lake (excerpts). Morel/ROHCG. [Classic Records reissue of very scarce Victrola issue. The original full-price, Red Seal RCA issue of this recording was in mono only on LM-2227; the VICS stereo reissue arrived in May 1965, but while it persisted in the Schwann until August 1969, it is very rarely seen; this Classic Records reissue was especially welcome] A- to A 45.00

751. LBC-1010: BRAHMS - Haydn Variations (Markevitch/PO). TCHAIKOVSKY - Francesca da Rimini (Dobrowen/PO). A-(brief tks in Francesca) 11.00

752. LBC-1028: POPULAR ORCHESTRAL FAVORITES. Pomp & Circumstance March #1 (Sargent/Royal Festival Orch: live at hall's opening concert; May 3, 1951); Invitation to the Dance (Markevitch/PO); Fingal's Cave Overture (Ludwig/German State Orch); Jewels of the Madonna Intermezzi, Acts 2 & 3 (Bellezza/LSO). [obscure collection!] A-( later jacket) 14.00

753. LBC-1086: STRING QUARTET MELODIES: Movements from works of Tchaikovsky, Mendelssohn, Rachmaninoff, Turina, Grainger, Bridge, Faure, Wolf & Shostakovich. American Art Quartet (Shapiro; Sushel; Majewski; Gottlieb). A-(intermittent ticks in Wolf, Faure & Bridge) 6.00

754. LCT----6: PROKOFIEV - Violin Concerto #2. Heifetz; Koussevitzky/BSO. [10-in; the first - and I believe the only - LP issue of this until the Heifetz Collection boxed sets] [GL; 1S/1S] B+ 11.00

755. LCT---10: Rosa Ponselle in Opera and Song - Arias from Vestale(2), Otello(2); Songs of Schubert & Bishop. [10-inch] [GL; 1S/1S] A-- 7.00

756. LCT-1000: GENIUS AT THE KEYBOARD - Short pieces played by Paderewski(4), de Pachman, Rachmaninoff(3), Albert Schweitzer (organ, of course) Prokofiev & Rosenthal. [issued December 1950; deleted March 1956] [GL; 1S/2S] A-/A--(ticks 30 seconds, side 2, band 1) 9.00

757. LCT-1034: CARUSO IN OPERA AND SONG - Arias - Ballo, Tosca, Trovatore(2), Cid, Boheme; Songs - Donaudy, Tosti, Alvarez, Rossini. [PD; 5S/7S] A--(occ tks) 7.00

758. LCT-6001(2): MOZART - Marriage of Figaro. Mildmay; Rautawaara; Helletsgruber; Domgraf-Fassbaender; Nash; Busch/Glyndebourne Festival Opera Company. [rec 1934/35] [GL; 5S/1S/5S/1S] B++(occ tks) 6.00

759. LCT-7004: GRACE MOORE IN OPERA AND SONG. Arias from Louise, Boheme, Show Boat, Dubarry; Songs of Kreisler, Pestalozza, Berlin, Tchaikovsky & Paulin. [10-inch] [GL; 1S/1S] B+(brief tks sd 2) 10.00

760. LD-6152(3): STRAUSS - Ariadne auf Naxos. Rysanek; Peters; Jurinac; Peerce; Leinsdorf/VPO. [Deluxe Soria-Series issue with 44-page Mignone libretto/book lavishly illustrated in predominately raspberry-lavender tones; quite captivating!] ] A-(SS; 6S/1S/3S/3S/4S/4S) 24.00

761.*LDS-6098(2): BERLIOZ - Romeo et Juliette. Elias; Valletti; Tozzi; Munch/BSO; NEC Cho. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 36:124-9; deluxe Soria Series issue with 20-page Robinson booklet; one of Munch's most glorious recordings] [SS;4S/2/4/1] A-(brief bubble thumps sd 1) 30.00

762.*LDS-6152(3): STRAUSS - Ariadne auf Naxos. Rysanek; Peters; Jurinac; Peerce; Leinsdorf/VPO. [Deluxe Soria-Series issue with 44-page Mignone libretto/book lavishly illustrated in predominately raspberry-lavender tones][SS; 1S/5S/3S/4S/5S/1S] A-(brief lgt crkl at beg & 12 lgt tks sd 2) 51.00

LP's: RCA's - continued
763.*LDS-6409(4): HANDEL - Messiah. Vyvyan; Sinclair; Vickers; Tozzi; Beecham/RPO; RPO Chorus. [This lovely Soria set was initially issued in a deluxe, oversized album with a rounded spine (as were the Requiems of Berlioz and Verdi by Munch and Reiner, respectively), and the labels on the discs from those initial issues were Shaded Dogs. Later on, the albums were of a simple sort, and the SD labels were replaced with the distinctive design created specifically for the Soria issues. This copy includes records with the Soria labels, BUT - enclosed in a lovely copy of the original rounded-spine box. The presentation also includes the lavishly-illustrated, 23-page Skira libretto/book (with fine, 12x12 photo of Beecham conductin) in its second printing from October of 1959 (first edition of 1000 copies had been printed in August). The stamper numbers on the discs are 14S/23S/17S/26S/15S,13S,17S/12S.] A-(superb pressings!) 125.00

764.*LDS-6706(5): WAGNER - Die Walkure. Nilsson; Brouwenstijn; Gorr; Vickers; London; Ward; Leinsdorf/LSO. [Smith; Wilkinson] [Deluxe Soria-Series issue in oversized box with 72-page Klebanow libretto/book] [SS; 4S/2S/3/1/3/3/3/2/2/3] A--(slight box scuffs) 30.00

765.*LDS-7022(2): PUCCINI - Tosca. Price; Di Stefano; Taddei; Karajan/VPO; Cho. [Culshaw; TAS 61:130-4; deluxe Soria-series issue in heavy box and beautifully illustrated, 61-page Klebanow libretto/book;SS labels; 1S/2S/3S/4S] A-(superb pressings - was FS before my audition) 45.00

766. LM-1167: PIANO REVERIES and VIRTUOSO PIANO MUSIC - Jose Iturbi plays short works of Albeniz, Debussy(4), Liszt(2), Beethoven, Schumann, Falla(2), Saint-Saens & Rachmaninoff. [early labels] B 7.00

767. LM-1785: LOU HARRISON - Suite for Violin, Piano & Small Orchestra (Anahid Ajemian, violin; Maro Ajemian, piano). BEN WEBER - Symphony on Poems of William Blake (Galjour, baritone). Stokowski/His Symphony. [Notes by Peggy Glanville-Hicks] B+/B++ 9.00

768. LM-1816: MUSSORGSKY - Night on Bald Mountain (Stokowski's orchestration); Khovantchina Exc. BORODIN - In the Steppes of Central Asia. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Russian Easter Overture (Moscona, bass, in place of trombone's chant). GLIERE - Russian Sailor's Dance. Stokowski/His Sym. [mono only] [PD; 16S/11S] A-/A-- 14.00

769. LM-1952: MOZART - A Musical Joke; Divertimento #11. Reiner/NBC Sym. [unusual example of Reiner/NBC, and actually recorded AFTER (September 1954) his first CSO recordings] [PD; 1S/1S] A- 24.00

770. LM-1991: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #7; Fidelio Overture. Reiner/CSO. [this copy is an early issue with the fold-open jacket displaying Botticelli's La Primavera over an impressive 12x18 inches!] [PL; 6S/3S] A- 15.00

771. LM-1997: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #6. Munch/BSO. [original, mono-only issue; not issued in stereo until Gold Seal release in 1978!] [PD; 1S/1S] A-(occ lgt tks mvt 2) 9.00

772. LM-2002: GERSHWIN - Porgy & Bess Suite (arr. Gould); American in Paris. Morton Gould/His Orch. [PD; 3S/6S] A--(each side has brief, light tks) 6.00

773. LM-2009: BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonatas #14 (Moonlight) & #21 (Waldstein). Horowitz. [PD; 17S/15S] A- 10.00

774. LM-2015: BEETHOVEN OVERTURES - Leonores #1-3; Fidelio; Coriolan. Munch/BSO. [never in stereo on LP until Victrola] [SD; 8S/4S] A-(with later cover, Munch in background) 10.00

775. LM-2037: MALCOLM ARNOLD - Homage to the Queen. Irving/PO. [PD; 1S/1S] A- 10.00

776. LM-2087: RACHMANINOFF - Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (Reiner/CSO). GRIEG - Piano Concerto (Wallenstein/RCA Sym). Rubinstein in both. [SD; 32S/20S] A- 13.00

777. LM-2112: VIENNA. J.STRAUSS JR.- Morning Papers; Emperor Waltz; Blue Danube. WEBER - Invitation to the Dance. JOSEF STRAUSS - Village Swallows. RICHARD STRAUSS - Rosenkavalier Waltzes. Reiner/CSO. [Original mono-only issue in fold-open album with 11-page booklet (stereo issue was never available in this form) illustrated with lovely photos of Vienna and essay by Joseph Wechsberg; TAS re stereo issue: 75/76:176-7] [PD; 11S/9S] A- 16.00

778. LM-2133: GLIERE - Red Poppy Suite. IPPOLITOV-IVANOV - Caucasian Sketches. Fistoulari/LPO. [never in stereo to my knowledge, at least in the U.S.] [PD; 5S/5S] A- 10.00

779. LM-2135: PROKOFIEV - Cinderella (exc). Rignold/ROHCG. [not in stereo until VICS] [PD; 10S/11S] A- 7.00

780. LM-2233: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #3. Munch/BSO. [TAS re stereo: 60:135] [PD; 3S/7S] A- 10.00

781. LM-2298: BORODIN - Symphony #2. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Capriccio Espagnole; March from Tsar Saltan. Martinon/LSO. [TAS re stereo: 58:137; scarce; in print 1/60 - 8/62] [SD; 1S/1S] A- 10.00

LP's: RCA's - continued
782. LM-2316: BEETHOVEN - Symphony #6. Monteux/VPO. [SD; 1S/1S] A- 8.00

783. LM-6053(2): BERLIOZ - L'Enfance du Christ. Kopleff; Souzay; Tozzi; Valletti; Munch/BSO; NEC Cho. [orig mono-only Red Seal issue; not stereo until Victrola; PD labels] A-(with the original glassine sleeves!) 12.00

784. LM-6114(3): BERLIOZ - Damnation of Faust. Danco; Poleri; Singher; Gramm; Boatwright; Munch/BSO; Harvard Glee Club; Radcliffe Choral Society. [TAS 36:125-6; recorded in mono only (February 1954) except for brief excerpts available on Living Stereo sampler CD.] [SD labels] A-(hard to find with fine SD pressings) 23.00

785. LM-9019: DINNER MUSIC - Sigmund Romberg & His Orchestra. Thirteen works including Gold & Silver Waltz, Blossom Time Waltzes, Ballet Music from The Student Prince, Merry Widow Waltzes. [notes by Oscar Hammerstein II] B++(a few tks; earliest labels) 11.00

786.*LSC-2130: STRAUSS - Fledermaus & Gypsy Baron (exc). Fiedler/BPS. [WD; 10S/5S] A- 11.00

787.*LSC-2195: COPLAND - Billy the Kid (& Waltz); Rodeo (exc). Gould/His Orch. [TAS 90:137-40] [ND; 22S/22S] A-(c/c) 7.00

788.*LSC-2208: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Scheherazade. Monteux/LSO. [Wallun; Wilkinson; TAS 73:196] [SD; 1S/4S] A-(brief, lgt tks start side 2) 24.00

789.*LSC-2209: BRAHMS - Symphony #3. Reiner/CSO. [recorded December 14, 1957; TAS 73:193-4] [ND; 18S/20S] A- 10.00

790.*LSC-2221: MENDELSSOHN - Symphonies #4 & 5. Munch/BSO. [Pfeiffer & Crawford (#4); Mohr & Layton (#5); TAS 36:162; 58:137] [WD; 10S/8S] A- 10.00

791.*LSC-2230: SPAIN. FALLA: Interlude & Dance from La Vida Breve; Dances from Three-Cornered Hat. ALBENIZ: Two Excerpts from Iberia; Navarra. GRANADOS: Intermezzo from Goyescas. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton] [ND; 10S/9S] A- 8.00

792.*LSC-2238: IT'S CLASSIC BUT IT'S GOOD - Bennett/RCA Sym in movements (some abridged) from works of Franck, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Liszt, Mendelssohn, Grieg, Mozart, Rimsky-Korsakov, Ippolitov-Ivanov. [Pfeiffer; Layton] [unusual pairing of Pfeiffer and Layton; have not seen a copy of this in years] [SD; 2S/1S] A- 14.00

793.*LSC-2257: BLISS - Things to Come Suite; Welcome to the Queen. ELGAR - Pomp & Circumstance Marches, #1 - 5. Bliss/LSO. [very scarce; in print only 4/59 - 4/61; TAS 75/6:178] [SD; 1S/1S] A- 28.00

794.*LSC-2280: THE ART OF SONG - Songs by Schubert(3), Schumann(3), Pizzetti, Scarlatti(4), Handel, Stradella, Sarti. Cesare Valletti; Taubman, piano. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 1S/1S] A-- 20.00

795.*LSC-2314: PROKOFIEV - Violin Concerto #2. MENDELSSOHN - Violin Concerto. Heifetz; Munch/BSO. [Pfeiffer; Crawford; TAS 65:158L+182] [ND; 9S/12S] A--(c/c) 6.00

796.*LSC-2328: TCHAIKOVSKY - Nutcracker (excerpts). Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 69:147-8] FS(probably late pressing; pristine cov, no c/c) 10.00

797.*LSC-2345: TCHAIKOVSKY - 1812 Overture. RAVEL - Bolero. Gould/His Orch & Band; Bells; Cannon. [Pfeiffer & Pulley; Layton; includes insert] [SD; 6S/5S] A- 12.00

798.*LSC-2352: BLACKWOOD - Symphony #1. HAIEFF - Symphony #2. Munch/BSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 77:136-8; 209:180] [Scarce! - in print only from January 1960 until February 1963] [SD; 1S/1S] A-- 53.00

799.*LSC-2416: OPERATIC CHORUSES - Carmen, Faust, Nabucco, Otello, Trovatore, Lohengrin, Meistersinger, Mignon, Fledermaus, Cav, Tales, Rigoletto. Shaw/Chorale. [Slick; Crawford] [ND; 145S/13S] A- 8.00

800.*LSC-2439: FIEDLER'S ALL-TIME FAVORITES - Light Cavalry & Martha Overtures; Samson & Delilah Bacchanale; Masquerade Galop; Old Timers' Night at the Pops; Sleeping Beauty Waltz; works of Monterde & Wolf-Ferrari. Fiedler/BPS. [Pfeiffer; Crawford] [WD; 8S/10S] A-- 12.00

801.*LSC-2450: SCHUMANN - Carnaval. MEYERBEER - Les Patineurs. Rignold/ROHCG. [scarce: issued 1960; deleted 1963] [SD; 1S/1S] A- to B++(lgt tks 1/8-in sd 1; clumsy cov tape repair) 11.00

802.*LSC-2459: BRAHMS - Piano Sonata #3; Intermezzo, Op.116, #6; Romance, Op.118, #5. Rubinstein. [Wilcox; Crawford] [ND; 9S/11S] A- 6.00

803.*LSC-2462: STRAUSS - Don Juan. DEBUSSY - La Mer. Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 42:134; 100:218-20] [ND; 13S/5S] A- 12.00

804.*LSC-2471: SMETANA - The Moldau; Bartered Bride Overture. ENESCO - Roumanian Rhapsody #1. LISZT - Hungarian Rhapsody #2. Stokowski/RCA Orch. [Dellheim; Simpson; TAS 65:180-2; 73:150L] [ND; 11S/9S] A- 10.00

LP's: RCA's - continued
805.*LSC-2474: SCHUMANN - Symphony #1; Manfred Overture. Munch/BSO. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 4S/4S] A-(moderate cover scuffs) 24.00

806.*LSC-2490: DVORAK - Cello Concerto. Piatigorsky; Munch/BSO. [Wilcox; Crawford; for my nickel, one of the great Munch/BSO discs in all respects; good example of why I like Crawford's engineering as well as Layton's. Sid Marks disagrees: TAS 98:128-9.] [SD; 1S/1S] A-(bbl thumps seven times, 2nd movement) 35.00

807.*LSC-2500: STRAUSS WALTZES - Southern Roses; Wiener Blut; Artists' Life; Treasure; My Life is Love and Laughter; Thunder & Lightning Polka (BOOM!!). Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 65:158L; 75/76:76] [ND; 19S/11S] A- 15.00

808.*LSC-2506: PRICE - Arias from Aida(2), Trovatore(2), Butterfly(2), Rondine, Tosca, Turandot(2). Fabritiis (Basile in Trovatore)/Rome Opera. [Mohr; Layton] [SD; 13S/3S] A- 14.00

809.*LSC-2522: SCHUBERT - Symphony #2. BEETHOVEN - Creatures of Prometheus (Overture, Adagio & Allegretto-Finale). Munch/BSO. [Wilcox; Crawford. The Beethoven is terrific - listen carefully and you can hear Munch's baton whistling just before each of the overture's opening chords! One of the scarcest of the Munch/BSO Living Stereos: issued in September 1962; deleted already in March 1966] [SD; 2S/3S] A- 45.00

810.*LSC-2547: LIGHT CLASSICS - Ritual Fire Dance; Espana; Ride of the Valkyries; Flight of the Bumblebee; Merry Wives of Windsor Overture; Song of India; War March of the Priests; Hora Staccato; 2 more. Fiedler/Boston Pops. [WD; 12S/21S] A-(demo copy) 10.00

811.*LSC-2562: BEETHOVEN - Piano Concerto #5. Cliburn; Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 83/84:240-2] [SD; 24S/14S] A- 14.00

812.*LSC-2566: GRIEG - Piano Concerto.

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