Auction Catalog #97


Post Office Box #515

Highland Park, Illinois 60035

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Website: /polyphony

Lawrence H. Jones, Proprietor

Auction Catalog #97

[Closing 9:00 a.m. Central Daylight Time

Tuesday, May 29th, 2007]

Dear Fellow Record Collectors -



All items are offered at auction; the minimum acceptable bid for each is shown at the end of its listing. The deadline for receipt of bids is 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 29th, 2007.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR ONLINE: The internet version is essentially the same as the print version which is sent worldwide except that no bidsheet is provided, since all you really need to do is send me an e-mail with careful notation of your bids and the lot numbers of the items in which you are interested. A brief description of the item helps in case of mis-readings of lot numbers. If you are a new bidder and I do not have your physical address, obviously I will need it. And if you wish to authorize me to charge your winnings to a Visa, Mastercard or American Express card which I do not already have on file, I do not suggest that you send this information via e-mail since it is not very secure. You are welcome to quote an account number for me via the phone/FAX number or via the physical address shown above – or you may wait for me to send you a copy of your invoice and quote the account number by return mail. If you have questions, by all means e-mail me at the address above! SEE PAGE 5 FOR TABLE OF CONTENTS, PAGE 4 FOR ABBREVIATIONS,PAGE 3 FOR CONDITION GRADING.

For those of you receiving one of my catalogs for the first time, here are a few comments about the contents and their arrangement. Headers at the start of each section and page let you know what is there. A listing is mono unless an asterisk or plus-sign appears at the start of the entry to indicate either true stereo (*) or electronic stereo (+). Listings are categorized according to what I judge is the primary feature of interest of a given item. Unusual works and those with many artists (i.e. opera) are listed alphabetically by composer in repertoire sections. Familiar repertoire is usually listed by performer in an artist section. There are also sections (mostly of audiophile interest) where material is listed by particular labels. I suggest browsing all sections!

I do some cross-referencing of artists, but you can use your computer to do any searches you like! If you need more information, just contact me by letter, FAX, or E-mail.

All items are offered at auction; the minimum bid for each is shown at the end of its listing. Deadline for receipt of bids is 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 29th, 2007.

Auction Procedures

First of all, relax! Because this is an auction rather than a fixed-price catalog, there is no need to rush to get ahead of other collectors. You should receive this catalog with at least a week to browse before having to send bids. If you did not receive your catalog in a timely manner, let me know so that I can try to remedy the problem in the future.

Bids must be received by early morning Tuesday, May 29th. Polyphony's FAX number is: 847-831-5577 (in case of any problems with the regular FAX number, use 847-831-4409). You may send E-mail to POLYPHONY2@ (note the 2 in that address!) In case of ties, the earliest bid will be the winner. Send no money until you are notified of your winning bids (invoices are sent within a few days of the close, and all bidders are notified - even those with no winnings).

Winning bidders must send payment in full or deposit (see below) within 4 weeks. Orders paid by money order (or personal check from established customers) will be shipped within a day or two of receipt of payment. Personal checks on an individual's first order or two may require 2 weeks to clear. Foreign customers should make payment in U.S. dollars, payable through a U.S. bank. Foreign postal money orders denominated in U.S. dollars are also acceptable, as are wire transfers. Payment is also accepted through VISA, MASTERCARD, American Express & PayPal. Or you may pre-authorize credit card payment as discussed above.

Shipping and packing charges (with insurance) for U.S. orders are added at the rate of $6.50 for the first 3 LP's, tapes, or CD’s, and $.40 for each additional. Orders including books or 78's will have shipping charges computed individually, since larger boxes, more packing material, and greater weights are involved. Similarly, shipments of CD’s alone will cost a little less. Rates for foreign shipments by insured surface mail are now $25.00 for the first LP or tape, and $1.00 for each additional. Rates for Air Mail are higher and vary by country, so will be quoted individually on your invoice. Canadian rates are $17.00 (1st 3 items); $1.00 (each additional); these automatically go via Air Mail since air and surface fees are similar.

I will reserve records for 6 months for a deposit of 10% of the invoice amount. Please understand that deposits are not refundable if you fail to remit the balance on time, nor does forfeiture of a deposit eliminate responsibility to make good on bids: individuals who do not honor their bids do not receive further catalogs.

Changes in standing bids (increases or decreases in amounts offered; additions to or withdrawals of bids) are accepted if I receive them by the auction's deadline. I expect bidders to make good on the offers standing on that date. If you wish to bid on more items than you can afford, please prioritize your bids and indicate the total that you can spend. I will run down your winning bids, stop at your limit, and bill you only for those.

Condition Grading

Grading used records is difficult since a subjective element is always present and variations in equipment will cause differences in sound. My method: each disc is examined visually to note marks which may be audible. Such defects are auditioned and, in any case, each record is spot-checked in several places on both sides for surface noise and other defects which are not visible. Records are then graded by as follows:

FS - Factory-sealed

A - Records in the general category of A are in excellent condition. A record graded A- will be virtually perfect, but may have an occasional very light tick or slight noise in quiet passages: A- is my typical grade for a domestically-pressed disc which appears mint; "A- to A" is used for the best foreign pressings and unusually fine American ones.

B - Records in the general category of B are in good condition. They will have no serious scratches and will not suffer from breakup of the musical sound. A record graded B+ will have no scratches and only minor surface noise. A grade of B or B- indicates greater degrees of noise and may also involve light blemishes or scratches, but the degree of defect will not impair enjoyment of the music to a great extent.

C - These records are in fair condition. They will be playable, but noisy.

D - These records are in poor condition; perhaps unplayable.

If isolated portions of a disc sound worse than the grade indicates, specific flaws are noted in detail. A slash mark between grades indicates differences between sections of the disc, generally between sides. Mono discs are graded with the amplifier in mono mode.

Please bear two things in mind about my grading: First, because it is based on audition (rather than only visual inspection) it tells you not only how a record looks, but how it sounds: it is a rating not only of how well the record has been cared for but how well it was pressed to begin with. Second, the grade is assigned without regard for a record's age. A disc pressed in the 1950's and graded B+ is probably an excellent or mint copy of a typical pressing from that era. I try to be conservative in my grading, but if you receive a record which you feel is in condition inferior to its grade, you may return it within two weeks for full refund of its cost.

Happy Browsing!!!

-- Larry Jones


(Record labels are often abbreviated: Col = Columbia; West = Westminster; etc.)

AAM = Academy of Ancient Music

ASCR = Accademia Santa Cecilia, Rome

ASMF = Acad, St. Martin-in-the-Fields

ACO = Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orch

BPS = Boston Pops

BSO = Boston Symphony Orchestra

BSOO = Berlin State Opera Orch

BVRS = Bavarian Radio Orchestra

CO = Cleveland Orchestra

CPO = Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

CSO = Chicago Symphony Orchestra

DSO = Detroit Symphony Orchestra

ECO = English Chamber Orchestra

ERSO = Eastman-Rochester Sym Orch

EWE = Eastman Wind Ensemble

LAPO = Los Angeles Philharmonic

LPO = London Philharmonic Orchestra

LSO = London Symphony Orchestra

MMF = Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

Mpls = Minneapolis or Minnesota Orch

NDR = North German Radio Orch

NPO = New Philharmonia Orchestra

NYP = New York Philharmonic

ORTF = French National Radio-TV Orch

OSR = Orchestre de la Suisse Romande

PCO = Paris Conservatory Orchestra

Phila = Philadelphia Orchestra

PO = Philharmonia Orchestra

PSO = Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

PSOL = Philharmonic Sym Orch, London

ROHCG = Royal Opera, Covent Garden

RPO = Royal Philharmonic

SFSO = San Francisco Symphony Orch

SWDR = Southwest German Radio Orch

VPO = Vienna Philharmonic

VSO = Vienna Symphony

VSOO = Vienna State Opera Orchestra

bbl = bubble

beg = beginning

bl cov = blank cover

blem = blemish

c/c = cover punched or cut on corner or edge

ch = chamber

cho = choir or chorus

cov dam = cover damage

dig = digital

drm = digitally remastered

ens = ensemble

exc = excerpts

fr = from

inc = includes

lgt or lt = light

mod = moderate

nse = noise

occ = occasional

op = opera

ov = overture

pres - pressing

rec = recorded

scr = scratch

sd = side

sec = seconds

snd = sound

sur = surface

tk = tick

* = recording is in true stereo

+ = recording is in electronic stereo

For pressing codes [in brackets] in audio-

phile sections, see header for that section.

A few other sections have their

own abbreviations; some are repeated here:

D = Dolby (tapes)

BC = Barclay Crocker issue (tapes)

NL = no libretto (opera/choral repertoire)

Table of Contents

[by listing number]

FormatCategoryListing Numbers

Open-Reel Tapes: Operas: Complete & Highlights; Vocalists…….. # 1 - 34

Two-Track Classical & Popular Tapes…………. # 35 - 49

Londons, Mercuries, RCA’s, Misc Audiophile…. # 50 - 130

Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire…………….. # 131 - 156

Collections, Chamber, Violin, Cello & Guitar…. # 157 - 173 Pianists…………………………………………. # 174 - 188

Conductors……………………………………… # 189 - 251

Film, Musicals, Miscellaneous Popular…………. # 252 - 296

LP’s: Operas/Choral: Complete; Excerpts; Collections.. # 297 - 640

Vocalists………………………………………….. # 641 - 887

Audiophile Labels………………………………... # 888 - 1049

Londons………………... # 888 - 937

Mercury………………… # 938 - 958

RCA……………………. # 959 - 996

Miscellaneous………….. # 997 - 1049

Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire………………. #1050 - 1257

Chamber Music & Collections……………............ #1258 - 1354

Bassoon, Clarinet, Flute, Oboe, Recorder & Horn.. #1355 - 1368

Violinists….………………………………..……… #1369 - 1438

Harpsichord………………………………………… #1439 - 1459

Cellists……………………………………………… #1460 - 1507

Viola and Harp…………………………………….. #1508 - 1523

Pianists……………………………………………… #1524 - 1615

Organists…………………………………………… #1616 - 1640

Conductors…………………….…….……………. #1641 - 1863

Films, Musicals & Plays…………………………… #1864 - 1894

CD’s: Operas/Choral: Complete; Excerpts; Collections.. #1895 - 1926

Vocalists………………………………………….. #1927 - 1936

Audiophile Labels………………………………... #1937 - 1949

Orchestral/Instrumental Repertoire………………. #1950 - 1975

Chamber Music Collections, Strings, Guitar………. #1976 - 1990

Piano & Organ…………………..…………………. #1991 - 2015

Conductors…………………….…….……………. #2016 - 2057

Listings begin on the next page >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Open 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 & Vocal Repertoire

1.*BEETHOVEN: Missa Solemnis. Janowitz; Ludwig; Wunderlich; Berry; Karajan/BPO; Vienna Singverein. DGG DGK‑9209(2). 12.00

2.*BERLIOZ: Requiem. Schreier; Munch/BVRS & Cho. DGG DGK‑9265(2). 20.00

3.*BRITTEN: Cantata Misericordium (Pears; Fischer‑Dieskau; Britten/LSO); Sinfonia da Requiem (Britten/NPO). London LOL‑90108. 12.00

4.*DONIZETTI: L'Elisir d'Amore. Di Stefano; Gueden; Corena; Capecchi; Mandelli; Molinari‑Pradelli/MMF. London LOG‑90082(3). 20.00

5.*DONIZETTI: Lucia di Lammermoor. Sills; Bergonzi; Cappuccilli; Diaz; Schippers/LSO; Ambrosian Opera Cho. Audio Treas R‑2006(3). (minor box scuffs & tape repair) 12.00

6.*GILBERT & SULLIVAN: Ruddigore. Reed; Round; Sandford; Hindmarsh; Godfrey/ROHCG; D'Oyly Carte Cho. London H‑90056(2). (with libretto) 16.00

7.*GIORDANO: Fedora. Olivero; Del Monaco; Gobbi; Gardelli/Monte Carlo Opera. London K‑90169(2). 18.00

8.*GLUCK: Orfeo ed Euridice. Horne; Lorengar; Donath; Solti/ROHCG. [D; NL] London K‑41285(2). FS 16.00

9.*GOUNOD: Faust. Corelli; Ghiaurov; Sutherland; Massard; Sinclair; Bonynge/LSO; Chos. London LOW‑90125(4). (minor box damage & repair; NL) 20.00

10.*GRIEG: Landkjenning; Olav Trygvason (excerpts). Hansli; Hanssen; Carlsen; Dreier/LSO; Cho. [D; BC; 435 copies made] Unicorn E‑0364. FS 20.00

11.*HANDEL: Messiah. Harper; Watts; Wakefield; Shirley‑Quirk; Davis/LSO; Cho. Original instrumentation. Philips PTR‑3992(3). 20.00

12.*HENZE: Der Junge Lord. Little; Mathis; Otto; Driscoll; Krebs; McDaniel; Dohnanyi/Berlin Opera. DGG DGT‑9259(3). 25.00

Open-Reel Tape: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Repertoire - continued

13.*HUMPERDINCK: Hansel & Gretel. Von Stade; Cotrubas; Ludwig; Te Kanawa; Soderstrom; Welting; Nimsgern; Pritchard/Gurzenich Orch. [NL] Col R11/2‑7051(2). 15.00

14.*LEHAR: The Merry Widow (in English). Della Casa; Reardon; Davis; Hurley; Allers/American Opera Soc (Margaret Hillis, choral director). [Includes libretto] Col OQ‑517. 12.00

15.*MASSENET: Werther. de los Angeles; Gedda; Mesple; Soyer; Pretre/Paris Orch; Cho. Angel G‑3736(3). 12.00

16.*MOZART: Cosi fan Tutte. Price; Milnes; Troyanos; Shirley; Raskin; Flagello; Leinsdorf/NPO; Ambrosian Cho. [3 3/4] RCA TR3‑9001(4). 13.00

17.*MOZART: Don Giovanni. Fischer‑Dieskau; Nilsson; Schreier; Talvela; Arroyo; Flagello; Grist; Bohm/Prague National Theatre. DGG DGR‑9263(4). 25.00

18.*MOZART: Magic Flute (excerpts). Lipp; Gueden; Berry; Simoneau; Ludwig; Loose; Bohm/VPO; VSO Cho. Cosi fan Tutte (excerpts). Della Casa; Ludwig; Loose; Kunz; Dermota; Schoeffler; Bohm/VPO; VSO Cho. London LO‑90012(2). (box water‑stained & wrinkled; tape unplayed) 16.00

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). 15.00

20.*MOZART: Masses in C, K.257 ("Credo") & K.317 ("Coronation"). Donath; Knight; Davies; Grant; Davis/LSO; Cho. Philips L‑5034. 10.00

21.*MOZART: Requiem. Donath; Minton; Davies; Nienstedt; Davis/BBC Sym; Alldis Choir. Philips L‑2862. 10.00

22.*ORFF: Der Mond. Buchner; Teschler; Lunow; Klotz; Terzibaschian; Kegel/Leipzig Radio Orch & Cho. [D; NL] Philips I‑47083(2). FS 20.00

23.*PROKOFIEV: Alexander Nevsky. Avdeyeva; Svetlanov/USSR Sym. Mel‑Angel ZS‑40010. 12.00

24.*PUCCINI: La Boheme. Tebaldi; Bergonzi; d'Angelo; Bastianini; Siepi; Corena; Serafin/ASCR. London LOS‑90014(2). (NL) 20.00

25.*PUCCINI: Madama Butterfly. Tebaldi; Bergonzi; Cossotto; Sordello; Mercuriali; Serafin/ASCR. London LOR‑90010(3). 20.00

26.*ROSSINI: Stabat Mater. Pavarotti; Lorengar; Minton; Sotin; Kertesz/LSO; Cho. [D; NL] London E‑426250. 12.00

27.*VERDI: Falstaff. Fischer‑Dieskau; Ligabue; Resnik; Sciutti; Oncina; Panerai; Dickie; Stolze; Bernstein/VPO. Col M3Q‑880(3). 16.00

28. VERDI: Nabucco. Gobbi; Suliotis; Cava; Prevedi; Gardelli/Vienna Opera Orch; VSO Cho. London LOR‑90118(3). FS 20.00

Open Reel's: Operatic, Choral & Vocal Collections

29.*HALLELUJAH: Great Sacred Choruses. Bach, Handel(3), Bruckner, Schnabel, Mozart(2), Giordano, Schubert(2), Bizet, Beethoven. Arndt/Berlin Handel Cho. DGG DGC‑6366. 12.00

Open Reel's: Vocalists

30.*CABALLE: VERDI RARITIES ‑ Arias from Giorno, Lombardi, Due Foscari, Alzira, Corsaro, Aroldo (Guadagno/RCA Italiana). ROSSINI RARITIES ‑ Donna del Lago, Otello, Stabat Mater, Armida, Tancredi, Assedio di Corinto (Cillario/RCA Italiana). [Double album; 3 3/4 ips] RCA TR3‑5031(2). 10.00

31.*NILSSON: Wagner ‑ Wesendonck Lieder; Arias fr Dutchman; Rienzi; Feen. Davis/LSO; Cho. Philips L‑5294. 9.00

32.*SILLS: Welcome to Vienna. Lehar, Korngold, Heuberger, Strauss, Sieczynski. Rudel/LPO. Audio Tres L‑2009. 12.00

33.*SUTHERLAND: Arias ‑ Lucia(2); Ernani; Vespri; Linda di Chamounix. Santi/PCO. London LOL‑90040. 12.00

34.*SUTHERLAND: Arias from Handel's Julius Caesar. Elkins; Horne; Sinclair; Conrad; Bonynge/London New Sym. London LOL‑90087. 12.00

Open Reel's: 2‑Track Classical Tapes

35. AUDIOTAPE (NO PREFIX/NUMBER): BLOOD AND THUNDER CLASSICS ‑ Demo tape (two‑track MONO, in this incarnation ‑ the issued it in stereo too, with less music) to promote the sale of blank Audiotape for home use, this sampler gives no information about the artists involved as it presents excerpts from Beethoven 9th, Brahms 4th, Firebird Suite, Finlandia, Sabre Dance, El Amor Brujo & Nutcracker Suite. [Great lurid box cover art is in the title’s spirit: lightning leaping between cymbals as Thor‑like character prepares to crash them!] 20.00

36.*CAPITOL ZF‑36: OVERTURE ‑ Light Cavalry; Poet & Peasant; 1812; William Tell. Felix Slatkin/Hollywood Bowl. Capitol ZF‑36. (two tape splices in Wm Tell) 16.00

37.*MERCURY MBS5‑37: STRAUSS‑DORATI ‑ Graduation Ball. Dorati/Mpls. (right channel weak on 4‑track machine) 20.00

38.*MERCURY MDS5‑24: CHADWICK (George W.) ‑ Symphonic Sketches. Hanson/ERSO. 65.00

39.*MERCURY MWS5‑47: GERSHWIN ‑ Rhapsody in Blue. List; Hanson/ERSO. 20.00

40.*STEREOTAPE 8: DVORAK ‑ Wind Serenade, Op.44. David Rsksin/Los Angeles Woodwinds. Stereotape 8. 20.00

Open Reel's: 2‑Track Popular Tapes

41.*COLUMBIA GCB‑28: SING ALONG WITH MITCH ‑ Mitch Miller & the Gang. 16.00

42.*EVERESTYLE="STBR‑1024: MUSIC HALL BON‑BONS ‑ Raymond Paige conducts the Radio City Music Hall Symphony Orchestra. 15.00

43.*MERCURY MDS2‑35: SONGS FROM GREAT FILMS. Herman Clebanoff/His Strings. [Carroll; Putnam] 20.00

44.*MERCURY MDS2‑4: MUSIC FROM THE BIG TOP ‑ Carl Stevens & His Circus Band. [Stevens; Chisholm] 20.00

45.*MERCURY MS2‑12: IT'S DANCE TIME ‑ Dick Contino & His Orchestra. [Carroll; Putnam] 20.00

46.*MERCURY MS2‑8: DOLLS, DOLLS, DOLLS ‑ The Harmonicats. Mercury MS2‑8. 20.00

47.*MERCURY MVS‑20: VIVIAN BLAINE ‑ Songs from Annie Get Your Gun. Mooney/Orch. 20.00

48.*MERCURY MVS2‑18: THE WALTZ QUEEN ‑ Patti Page. 20.00

49.*MERCURY MVS2‑27: STEREOPHONIC CONCERT ‑ Ralph Marterie & His Orchestra. [Carroll; Putnam] 20.00

Open Reel's: Londons

50.*E‑41166: DALLAPICCOLA ‑ Il Prigioniero. Mazzieri; Barrera; Emili; Carelli; Harrell; Dorati/National Sym; University of Maryland Cho. [Mallinson; Wilkinson & Moorfoot][D] 12.00

51.*E‑46946: GERSHWIN ‑ American in Paris; Rhapsody in Blue (Ivan Davis); Cuban Overture. Maazel/CO. [D; TAS 7:296] FS 20.00

52.*L‑480251: SCRIABIN ‑ Poem of Fire; Piano Concerto. Ashkenazy; Maazel/LPO; Cho. [D] 12.00

53.*L‑80091: JOHANN STRAUSS (arr. Dorati) ‑ Graduation Ball. WEBER (arr. Berlioz) ‑ Invitation to the Dance. Boskovsky/VPO. 16.00

54.*L‑80182: SCHUMANN ‑ Fantasia in C; Etudes Symphoniques. Ashkenazy, piano. 9.00

55.*L‑80242: SCHUBERT ‑ Symphonies #4 & 5. Kertesz/VPO. 12.00

56.*L‑80252: FALLA ‑ Nights in the Gardens of Spain. CHOPIN ‑ Concerto #2. De Larrocha; Comissiona/OSR. 12.00

57.*LC‑80186: SCHUBERT ‑ Piano Sonatas in A & a; 12 Waltzes; Hungarian Melody. Ashkenazy. 9.00

58.*LCE‑66001: LONDON CLASSICAL SAMPLER ‑ Short works (and individual movements) played by Reiner/VPO, Krips/LSO, Ansermet/OSR, Solti/VPO, Boskovsky/VPO & Richter (organ). 12.00

59.*LCG‑80035(3): TCHAIKOVSKY ‑ Sleeping Beauty (complete). Ansermet/OSR. [Two tapes, each in its individual box, then both enclosed in slipcase] (slipcase slightly scuffy; boxes excellent) 35.00

60.*LCK‑80088(2): BACH ‑ The Four Suites. Munchinger/Stuttgart Ch Orch. 18.00

Open-Reel Tape: Londons - continued

61.*LCK‑80163(2): TCHAIKOVSKY ‑ Symphonies #5 & #6. Maazel/VPO. [in deluxe, oversized slipcase] 20.00

62.*LCK‑80181(2): BACH ‑ The Art of Fugue. Munchinger/Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra. 16.00

63.*LCL‑80009: MENDELSSOHN ‑ Symphony #4. SCHUBERT ‑ Symphony #5. Solti/Israel Phil. 15.00

64.*LCL‑80015: VIENNESE BON‑BONS ‑ Champagne, Heiterer Mut, Pizzicato & Explosions Polkas; Wiener Blut, Liebeslieder & Wiener Bonbons Waltzes; Persian March; Waldmeister Ov. Boskovsky/VPO. 20.00

65.*LCL‑80113: SHOSTAKOVICH ‑ Symphony #5. Kertesz/OSR. 16.00

66.*LCL‑80140: WAGNER ‑ Lohengrin Act 1 Prelude; Parsifal Prelude & Good Friday Spell; Siegfried's Funeral Music; Meistersinger Overture. Ansermet/OSR. (the first copy of this tape I've ever seen!) 25.00

67.*LCL‑80180: SCHUBERT ‑ Symphonies #3 & #6. Munchinger/VPO. 12.00

68.*LCL‑80182: SCHUMANN ‑ Fantasia in C; Etudes Symphoniques. Ashkenazy, piano. 12.00

69.*LCL‑80202: SCRIABIN ‑ Poeme d'Extase. SCHOENBERG ‑ Verklarte Nacht. Mehta/LAPO. 12.00

70.*LO‑90062(5): WAGNER ‑ Siegfried. Nilsson; Windgassen; Hotter; Stolze; Neidlinger; Bohme; Hoffgen; Sutherland; Solti/VPO. [TAS 12:527] (minor box scuffs) 18.00

71.*LOH‑90002(2): GILBERT & SULLIVAN ‑ The Pirates of Penzance. Pratt; Adams; Round; Short; Sandford; Hindmarsh; Godfrey/New Sym Orch of London; D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. [TAS 42:112‑15] (with synopsis, but NL; tiny box tear & repair) 16.00

72.*LOH‑90067(2): BRITTEN ‑ War Requiem. Vishnevskaya; Pears; Fischer‑Dieskau; Britten/Melos Ens; LSO; Preston (organ); Choruses. [Culshaw; Wilkinson; TAS 71:133 in Wilkinson's account of problems with Vishnevskaya (whom he does not mention by name)] [deluxe slipcase with texts/notes booklet] 16.00

73.*LOH‑90086(2): GILBERT & SULLIVAN ‑ The Yeoman of the Guard. Raffell; Potter; Adams; Reed; Sandford; Harwood; Sargent/RPO; D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. [TAS 42:115] (with libretto) 16.00

74.*LON‑80164: CHOPIN ‑ Four Ballades; Trois Nouvelle Etudes. Ashkenazy. 12.00

75.*LOR‑90038(3): VERDI ‑ Otello. Del Monaco; Tebaldi; Krause; Corena; Protti; Satre; Romanato; Karajan/VPO; VSO Cho. [TAS 61:130‑4] (minor box repair) 20.00

76.*LPL‑70125: MANTOVANI ‑ Golden Hits. 10.00

77.*RICHMOND RPH‑45004: FRANK CHACKSFIELD ‑ Medleys from Carousel & Oklahoma. 12.00

78.*RICHMOND RPH‑45005: FRANK CHACKSFIELD ‑ The Best of Cole Porter. 12.00

79.*RICHMOND RPX‑49005: DISNEY MEETS THE WIZARD ‑ Roger Ericson & His Men (in ten Disney favorites). [Richmond Percussive Stereo Series] 12.00

80.*W‑480270(4): BEETHOVEN ‑ The Five Piano Concerti. Ashkenazy; Solti/CSO. [D] 24.00

Open Reel's: London Phase‑4 Stereo

81.*L‑475074: STOKOWSKI'S FINESTYLE="MOMENTS ‑ Ride of Valkyries; Night on Bald Mountain; Sleeping Beauty Waltz; Engulfed Cathedral; Pastorale (Stravinsky); Amen (Handel); Eventail de Jeanne Fanfare (Ravel). LSO; NPO; RPO; Hilversum Radio Orch. [D] 12.00

82.*L‑475087: MAGNIFICENT SOUND OF BAROQUE BRASS. Howarth & Civil/London Fest Brass Ens. [D] 12.00

83.*L‑75046: GRIEG ‑ Peer Gynt Suite; Lyric Suite. Black/LSO. 9.00

84.*L‑75054: STRAUSS ‑ Don Juan; Till Eulenspiegel. Lewis/RPO. FS 15.00

85.*LCL‑75005: RIMSKY‑KORSAKOV ‑ Scheherazade. Stokowski/LSO. 15.00

86.*LCL‑75006: MUSSORGSKY‑STOKOWSKI ‑ Pictures at an Exhibition. DEBUSSY‑STOKOWSKI ‑ The Engulfed Cathedral. Stokowski/NPO. [TAS 4:238L] 16.00

87.*LCL‑75008: TCHAIKOVSKY ‑ Excerpts from Swan Lake & Sleeping Beauty. Stokowski/NPO. 12.00

88.*LCL‑75011: OFFENBACH - Gaite Parisienne. Munch/NPO. [TAS 39:132] (box scuffs/stains; looks unplayed) 20.00

89.*LCL‑75014: HANDEL ‑ Messiah Excerpts. Armstrong; Procter; Bowen; Cameron; Stokowski/LSO & Cho. 9.00

90.*LCL‑75030: RHAPSODIES ‑ Espana; Hungarian #2; Roumanian #1; Rapsodie Espagnole. Black/LPO. 12.00

91.*LCL‑75031: BERLIOZ ‑ Symphonie Fantastique. Stokowski/NPO. 15.00

Open Reel's: Mercuries

92.*STA‑90138: GERSHWIN ‑ Rhapsody in Blue List, piano; Cuban Overture. Hanson/ERSO. [TAS 35:107 re LP issue; nice error on spine tells us the pianist is "Eugene Liszt"] 25.00

93.*STC‑90413: MOZART ‑ Piano Concerti #20 & #23; Rondo in A. Haskil; Paumgartner/Vienna Sym. 24.00

Open Reel's: RCA's

94.*CAMDEN LIVING STEREO CTR‑468: GROFE ‑ Grand Canyon Suite. Fjeldstad/Oslo Philharmonic. 20.00

95.*CAMDEN LIVING STEREO CTR‑504: POLKA POPS ‑ Bill Gale/Orch. 12.00

96.*FTC‑2000: RODGERS ‑ Victory at Sea, Volume 1. Bennett/RCA Sym. [Mohr; Layton; TAS 57:137] 20.00

97.*FTC‑2014: ROMBERG ‑ The Desert Song. Lanza; Raskin; Murcell; Arthur; Callinicos/Orch & Cho. 12.00

Open-Reel Tape: RCA's - continued

98.*FTC‑2022: POPS CHRISTMAS PARTY. Christmas Festival; White Christmas; Sleigh Rides (Mozart & Leroy Anderson); Rudolph; Winter Wonderland; 4 more. Fiedler/Boston Pops. [Mohr; Layton; TAS re LP on LSC‑2329: 63:170; scarce tape!] 35.00

99.*FTC‑2027: MAHLER ‑ Symphony #4. Della Casa; Reiner/CSO. [Mohr; Layton] 35.00

100.+FTC‑2084: MOUSSORGSKY/RAVEL ‑ Pictures at an Exhibition. Toscanini/NBC Sym. [By far the scarcest of RCA's three early issues of Toscanini in electronic stereo ‑ the first copy I've ever seen on tape!] 50.00

101.*FTC‑2088: CHOPIN ‑ Piano Concerto #1. Rubinstein; Skrowaczewski/New Sym of London. [Wilcox; Wilkinson; TAS re LP issue on LSC‑2575: 90:136] 35.00

102.*FTC‑2100: GRIEG ‑ Piano Concerto. Rubinstein; Wallenstein/Orch. Short pieces by Falla, Villa‑Lobos, Liszt, Prokofiev, Schumann. [Wilcox; Layton] [TAS 65:156L] 40.00

103.*FTC‑2107: 23 GLEE CLUB FAVORITES. Robert Shaw/His Chorale. [Habig; Keville; TAS 58:140; on LP as LSC‑2598; kind of a sleeper ‑ some of the best recorded choral sound I've ever heard] 45.00

104.*FTC‑2134: JALOUSIE ‑ Fiedler/BPS in title piece, plus Le Cid (exc), Brazilian Dance, Jamaican Rhumba, Guarany Overture, La Sorella, 3 more. [Dellheim; Salvatore] 25.00

105.*FTC‑2207: THE BESTYLE="OF ARTHUR FIEDLER AND THE BOSTON POPS ‑ Twelve pieces including Jalousie, Prayer of Thanksgiving, Warsaw Concerto (Litwin), Mack the Knife, Yellow Rose of Texas, National Emblem March. [from LSC‑2810] (first copy of this I've seen on tape) 18.00

106.*FTC‑3005: BEETHOVEN ‑ Symphony #9 & #1. Curtin; Kopleff; McCollum; Gramm; Reiner/CSO & Cho. [Mohr; Layton] 35.00

107.*FTC‑7007(2): MAHLER ‑ Symphony #5. BERG ‑ Wozzeck Excerpts (Curtin). Leinsdorf/BSO. [Mohr; Layton & Salvatore] (minor box scuffs) 36.00

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