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CD-1063(2) IN MEMORIAM HANS HOTTER (1909-2003)
. A selection of Lieder from the Raucheisen project of the German Radio System (RRG). Recorded between 1942 and 1945; includes 19 previously unissued recordings.  CD 1 (1:13:41)  HAYDN: Abschiedslied, Das Leben ist ein Traum; BEETHOVEN: Des Kriegers Abschied, Abendlied unterm gestirnten Himmel; WEBER: Klage; SCHUBERT: Sei mir gegrußNsst, Wanderers Nachtlied I (Der du von dem Himmel bist), Wanderers Nachtlied II (UßNber allen Gipfeln), Freiwilliges Versinken, Litanei auf das Fest aller Seelen, Der UnglußNckliche, Ritter Toggenburg, Blondel zu Marien, Die BußNrgschaft. CD 2 (58:4) SCHUBERT: Romanze des Richard Löwenherz, Lebenslied; NICOLAI: StußNrm, stußNrm, du Winterwind, Ein entmutigter Liebhaber, Wär' ich ein munt'res Vögelein, Der Liebestrunkene; Schumann: Die rote Hanne; LISZT: Wanderers Nachtlied I (UßNber allen Gipfeln); LOEWE: Graf Eberstein, Urgrossvaters Gesellschaft; BRAHMS: Dämmrung senkte sich von oben, Todessehnen, Treue Liebe dauert lange; WOLF: Wie sollt' ich heiter bleiben, Wenn ich dein gedenke, Anakreons Grab; PFITZNER: Sehnsucht nach Vergessen. Complete song texts and translations included. Liner notes by A lan Blyth; technical reconstruction by Maggi Payne.  A coproduction with Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv. AAD UPC# 0-17685-10632-3 $29.90

CD-1065(4) HERMANN ABENDROTH: Unreleased broadcast performances, 1939-1950. Cd No. 1 (63:24) Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 in E-flat. Op. 55 (MDR S.O., Leipzig, 24 Jan. 1949). Wagner: A Faust Overture (Berlin Philharmonic, 22 Sep. 1944). CD No. 2 (69:23) Beethoven Symphony No. 9 in d, with Edith Laux-Heidenreich, Sop., Eva Fleischer, Alto, Bernd Aldenhoff, Ten. & Karl Paul, Basso (Leipzig R.O. and Choir, 11 Jun. 1950). CD No. 3 (68:10) Schumann: Symphony No. 4 in d (MDR S.O., 28 Mar. 1950) & Brahms: Symphony No. 4 in e (MDR S.O., 15 Feb. 1950). CD No. 4 (69:23) Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4 in G, with Wilhelm Kempff (Breslau R.O., 13 Apr. 1939) & Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in d: Finale only, with Lea Piltti, Sop., Charlotte Wolf-MatthaußNs, Alto, Heinz Matthei, Ten. & Josef Greindl, Basso (Gewandhaus Orchestra and Choir, Leipzig, 31 Dec. 1939). A co-production with Deutches Rundfunkarchiv and MDR, Leipzig. UPC # 0-17685-1065-1. Special! Four CDs priced as three!           $44.85

CD-1067(1) RICHARD WAGNER: PARSIFAL: Act III. Broadcast Studio Production (Berlin, RRG, 31 March 1942) with Elsa Larcén (soprano) as Kundry, Karl Hartmann (tenor) as Parsifal, Hans Wocke (baritone) or Hans Reinmar (baritone) as Amfortas, and Ludwig Weber (basso) as Gurnemanz; Chor des Deutschen Opernhauses Berlin and Orchester des Deutschen Opernhauses Berlin, conducted by Hans Knappertsbusch. 76:35 (A co-production with Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv). UPC # 0-17685-10672-9.        $14.95

CD-1068(1) RICHARD WAGNER: DIE MEISTERSINGER VON NÜRNBURG. Act II (complete) with Thea Kempf (soprano) as Eva; Marie-Luise Schilp (alto) as Magdalene; Henk Noort (tenor) as Stolzing; Karl Wessely (tenor) as David; Georg Hann (bass) as Hans Sachs; Wilhelm Schirp (bass) as Veit Pogner; Hans-Heinz Nissen? (baritone) as Beckmesser; Franz Kunz? (bass) as Nachtwächter; Ludwig Windisch? (bass) as Kothner; Alfons FußNgel? (tenor) as Vogelgesang; A. Will (Ges) as Meister; Hans Ullbricht? (Ges) as Meister; E. (Ges) as Meister; Fr. Schneider (Ges) as Meister; Wilhelm Lang (bass) as Meister; Edwin Heyer (baritone) as Meister; Hans Florian (tenor) as Meister. With Chor des Deutschen Opernhauses Berlin and Grosses Berliner Rundfunkorchester, conducted by Artur Rother. An RRG Production (Berlin, Masurenallee Saal 1, 18 November 1942). With excerpts from Act III with Maria MußNller (soprano) as Eva; Lore Hoffmann (soprano) as Magdalene; Ludwig Suthaus (tenor) as Stolzing; Erich Witte (tenor) as David; Jaro Prohaska (baritone) as Hans Sachs; Benno Arnold (tenor) as Meister; Felix Fleischer (bass-barione) as Meister; Wilhelm Hiller (bass) as Pogner?; Gerhard HußNsch (baritone) as Meister; Gustaf Rödin (tenor) as Meister; Franz Sauer (bass) as Meister; Gerhard Witting (tenor) as Meister; anon. (tenor) as Meister; anon. (bass) as Meister; anon. (bass) as Meister; anon (bass) as Meister. With Chor der Deutschen Staatsoper Berlin & Staatskapelle Berlin, cond. Robert Heger. An RRG recording (Berlin, 1943; month and day unknown). 79:20. (A co-production with Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv). UPC # 0-17685-10682-8. $14.95

CD-1069(1) A TREASURY OF CUBAN PIANO CLASSICS:  Ignacio Cervantes: 36 Danzas Cubanas  & Other Works; Alejandro Caturla: Pastoral Lullaby; Danza Lucumi; & Danza del tambor;Gisela Hernandez: Cubanas para piano; Ernesto Lecuona: A la antigua & 6 Afro-Cuban dances With Juana Zayas, piano. (DDD) (65:39)   UPC # 0-17685-10692-7.   $14.95

CD-1072(2) OSWALD KABASTA: Broadcast recordings 1943/1944. Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 in E-flat. Op 55 (June 1943); Dvorak: Symphony No. 5 (9) Op 95 in E minor, "From The New World" 14 July 1944); Bruckner; Symphony No.4 in E-flat (30 June 1943), all with Munich Philharmonic (RRG tapes). 2 CDs; (72:20) & (70:29). A co-production with Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv. UPC # 0-17685-10722-1.    $29.90

CD-1073(1) A REISSUE OF TWO LOU HARRISON WORLD PREMIERE RECORDINGS: Lou Harrison: Double Concerto for Violin and Cello with Javanese Gamelan (1981/82).   Kenneth Goldsmith, violin; Terry King, cello; The Mills College Gamelan Ensemble: William Winant, kendhang kalih, in the Stampede; Lou Harrison, kendhang gendhing.   Trio for Violin, Cello, and Piano (1990).   The Mirecourt Trio: Kenneth Goldsmith, violin; Terry King, cello; John Jensen, piano.   Double Concerto originally released in 1990 on Music &Arts CD-635; Trio originally released in 1992 on Music & Arts CD-687.   Total time 56:30  [A A D-DDD] UPC# 0-17685-10732-0>    $14.95

CD-1074(2) WALTER GIESEKING: UNISSUED BROADCASTS FROM RADIO FRANKFURT. De Falla: Nights in the Gardens of Spain. RSO Frankfurt, Kurt Schroeder (1952). Hindemith: Theme and Four Variations (The Four Temperaments); RSO Frankfurt, Winfried Zillig (1953); Beethoven: Sonata No. 23 in f minor, Op.57 " A ppassionata" (1947); Schumann: Fantasie in C major, Op.17 (1947) & Chopin: Ballade No. 3 in A flat major, Op.47 (1947). [ A A D], CD #1: 48:25, CD #2: 55:36; UPC#0-17685-10742-9. Issue under license from the Hessian Radio    $29.90

CD-1078(1) DVORAKS GREATEST HITS. Dvorak: Symphony No. 9 in E minor, "From the New World"; Fanfare for the 1891 Prague Exposition; With the Dvorak Festival Orchestra of New York, cond. Steven Richman. Sonatina in G Major for violin and piano, Op. 100 and Humoresque in G flat major, Op. 107 No. 7 with Joseph Suk and Lincoln Mayorga, piano. The first recording ever of Burleigh's arrangement of "Deep River," a spiritual from Jubilee Songs arranged for orchestra, with the Dvorak Festival Orchestra of New York conducted by Steven Richman.  DDD. Total time 69:50. UPC # 0-17685-1078-5.   $14.95

CD-1079(4) SEGIU CELIBIDACHE IN BERLIN: THE EARLY YEARS, 1945-1948.   CD No.1 (73:26) Beethoven: Leonore Overture No.3 (10 Nov. 1946); Brahms: Symphony No.4 (21 Nov. 1945); Strauss: Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche (31 A ug. 1947). CD No.2 (74:20) Dvorak: concerto in B minor, Op.104 (Tibor de Machula, cello) (18 Nov. 1945); Britten: Sinfonia de Requiem, Op.20 (10 Nov. 1946 ); Prokofiev: Classical Symphony, Op.25 (6 July 1946).  CD No.3 (75:33) Haydn: Symphony No.94 in G Major (28 Sep. 1946); Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture, Op.9 (19 April 1947 ); Debussy: La Mer (20 Mar. 1948) Debussy: Nocturnes No.2 (10 Nov. 1946); Glie`re: Concerto for Coloratura Soprano and Orchestra, Op.82: beginning (Erna Berger, soprano) (7 July 1946).  CD No.4 (78:52) Glie`re: Concerto for Coloratura Soprano and Orchestra, Op.82; conclusion (7 July 1946); Tchaikovsky: Romeo and Juliet Overture-Fantasy (25 Mar. 1946); Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet Suite Nr.2, Op.64b (1 Sept. 1946); Busoni: Berceuse élégiaque, Op.42 (24 July 1945). A ll above with Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, except CD No.4 cut 10 with Berlin Radio Orchestra.   First official release of the original master tapes in the collection of Deutches Rundfunkarchiv.   A A D  UPC #0-17685-10792-4  A co-production with Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv.  Special! 4 CDs for the price of 3!        $44.85

CD-1080(6) EDWIN FISCHER: CONCERT PERFOMANCES AND BROADCASTS, 1943-53.  CD 1: Brahms: Variations on an Original Theme, Op. 21, No. 1 (Late 1949). Beethoven: Fantasy, Op. 77 (23 Nov. 1952) (60:33). Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 1 in C, Op. 15 Edwin Fischer/Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (8 Mar. 1943 ). CD 2: Mozart: Fantasy in C minor, KV 475. Mozart: Romance in A flat, KV A nh. 205 (29 May 1941). Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat, Op. 83. Basel Orchestra / Hans MußNnch (16 Feb. 1943) (60:03). CD 3: Bach: Klavier Concerto No. 2 in E, BWV 1053. Edwin Fischer / Lausanne Chamber Orchestra (10 Oct. 1945 ). Bach: Concerto in D minor for 3 Claviers, BWV 1063. Paul Baumgartner, A drian A eschbacher (pf) Edwin Fischer / Lausanne Chamber Orchestra (10 Oct. 1945 ) Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4 in G, Op. 58. A natole Fistoulari / Paris Conservatory Orchestra (23 Jan. 1949) (72:52). CD 4: Bach: Concerto in A minor for Flute, Violin, and Klavier, BWV 1044. Edmond de Francesco (flute), Giovanni Bagarotti (violin) Edwin Fischer / Lausanne Chamber Orchestra (10 Oct. 1945). Mozart: Quintet in E flat for Piano and Winds, KV 452. Wilhelm Meyer (oboe), Paul Blöcher (clarinet), Gerhard Burdach (horn), Josef Zutter (bassoon) (circa 1943). Brahms: Piano Sonata No. 3 in F minor, Op. 5. R A I, (14 Sep. 1948 ) (67:48). CD 5:   Bach: Klavier Concerto No. 4 in A , BWV 1055. Bach: Musical Offering, BWV1079 - Ricercare a 6 (arr. Fischer). Wassenaer, arr. Franko: Concerto A rmonico in F minor (formerly attributed to Pergolesi). Edwin Fischer / Lausanne Chamber Orchestra (25 Oct. 1948 ) (67:44). CD 6: Bach: Concerto No. 5 in F minor, BWV 1056. Edwin Fischer / Lausanne Chamber Orchestra (25 Oct. 1948). Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, KV 466. Edwin Fischer / Orchestre Municipal de Strasbourg (11 Jun. 1953). Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G minor, KV 550. Edwin Fischer / Orchestre Municipal de Strasbourg  (11 Jun. 1953) (60:33). Presented with the kind cooperation of the Edwin Fischer Archive ( Vienna), and released by permission of EMI. A A D  UPC# 0-17685-10802-0. Total time: 6:29:33. Special! 6 CD set priced as 4 mid-priced CDs!                                      $39.80

CD-1081(1) DUSSEK DUOS FOR TWO FORTEPIANOS:  J.L. Dussek: Three Duos Concertants Op.69 (1810-II): Duo No.1 in B flat major; Duo No.2 in E flat major; Duo No.3 in F major; Duo in F major Op.26 (1794).   Janine Johnson and John Khouri playing 1801 and 1808 Broadwood Grand fortepianos. (DDD)  UPC#0-17685-10182-9       $14.95

CD-1082(1) POLYUTTERANCES: RECENT WORKS BY POZZI ESCOT AND ROBERT COGAN. Pozzi Escot: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra or Chamber Orchestra (1982); Randall Hodgkinson, piano with the New England Chamber Orchestra, Tamara Brooks, conductor. "Your Kindled Valors Bend" (1989): Tio No. 2. Kathleen Lotz, soprano, Wendy Crespin, clarinet, Curt Veeneman, piano. Christos (1963), No. 2 (from "Trilogy for the Six Million"); New England Conservatory Chamber Orchestra, cond. Tamara Brooks; Robert Cogan:   Polyutterances (1977); Joan Heller and Patrice Pastore, sopranos. String Quartet "America Is" (1992); The New Events String Quartet: Mark Beaulieu, violin, Rosa Chong, viola, Cheung Cha, cello. Total time: 49:09            [DDD] UPC#0-17685-10822-8                                                         $14.95

CD-1083(1) ADOLPH BUSCH AND FRIENDS AT THE 1949 STRASBURG FESTIVAL.  Brahms: Concerto for Violin and Cello in a minor, Op.102. A . & H. Busch , French National Radio Orchestra, P. Kletzki, cond. (21 June 1949); Brahms: Sextet Nr. 1 for 2 vn, 2 va, 2 vc. In Bb Major Op.18 with A . Busch , Vn. I, B. Straumann, Vn. II, H. Gottesmann, Va. I, H. Busch , Vc. I, A .Bertschmann, Va. II, A . Wenzinger, Vc. II (13 June 1949).  Mendelssohn: Capriccio from Andante, Scherzo, Capriccio und Fugue (Quartet) op. 81 #3, Busch Quartet ( A . Busch , Vn. I, B. Straumann, Vn II, H. Gottesmann, Va, H. Busch , Vc) (11 June 1949).   A DD  Total time 70:00  UPC #0-17685-10832-7 $14.95

CD-1084(7) BEETHOVEN: THE COMPLETE STRING QUARTETS - THE 1952 VÉGH QUARTET RECORDING. Quartet in F major op. 18 no. 1; F-dur o en fa majeur, Quartet in G major op. 18 no. 2; G-dur o en sol majeur, Quartet in D major op. 18 no. 3; D-dur o en ré majeur, Quartet in C minor op. 18 no. 4; c-moll o en ut mineur, Quartet in A major op. 18 no. 5; A-dur o en la majeur, Quartet in B flat major op. 18 no. 6; B-dur o en si bémol majeur, Quartet in F major op. 59 no. 1 ("Rasumovsky"); F-dur o en fa majeur, Quartet in E minor op. 59 no. 2 ("Rasumovsky"); e-moll en mi mineur, Quartet in C major op. 59 no. 3 ("Rasumovsky"); C-dur o en ut majeur, Quartet in E flat major op. 74 ("Harp"); Es-dur (ßtHarfenquartettßs) en mi bémol majeur (ßsLes Harpesßt), Quartet in F minor op. 95; f-moll o en fa mineur, Quartet in E flat major op. 127; Es-dur o en mi bémol majeur, Great Fugue in B flat major op. 133; B-dur o en si bémol majeur , Quartet in B flat major op. 130; B-dur o en si bémol majeur, Quartet in C sharp minor op. 131; cis-moll o en ut die`se mineur, Quartet in A minor op. 132; a-moll o en la mineur, Quartet in F major op. 135; F-dur en fa majeur.  Végh Quartet; Sándor Végh - 1st violin,   Sandor Zöldy - 2nd violin, Georges Janzer - viola, Paul Szabo - cello. Originally released on Haydn Society LPs HSQ N, O and P. The 1952 Paris cycle. AAD UPC# 0-17685-10842-6      Special! 7CDs for the price of 4! $59.80

CD-1085(2) WILHELM FURTWÄNGLER CONDUCTS BRAHMS: GERMAN REQUIEM /TWO COMPLETE LIVE PERFORMANCES. Stockholm Konsertförenings Orkester & Musikalista Sällskapet Kör Kerstin Lindberg-Torlind, soprano & Bernhard Sönnerstedt, baritone (Konserthuset, Stockholm, 19 November 1948) and Orchester der Luzerner Festwochen Chor der Luzerner Festwochen Elizabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano, Hans Hotter, baritone (Luzern, 20 A ug. 1947). Disc One: from acetates preserved in Radio Sweden A rchives. Disc Two: courtesy of Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv, Frankfurt. A DD 79:25 & 70:17   UPC#0-17685-10852-5.       $29.90

CD-1086(1) JOCHUM'S BRUCKNER 5th: THE 1938 TELEFUNKEN RECORDING. Anton Bruckner's Symphony #5 in B-flat. Hamburg State Philharmonic (Philharmonisches Staatsorchester), rec. 3/4 June 1938. From Telefunken 78 RPM set E 2672-2680. AAD. Total time 79:19 UPC #0-17685-10862-4. $14.95

CD-1087(2) BRAHMS AND FRIENDS: MUSIC FOR VIOLA AND PIANO. CD 1: Brahms Sonatas for viola and piano: in F-minor, Op. 120 No. 1 and in Eb Major, Op. 120 No. 2. Joachim: Variations for viola and piano, Op.10. CD 2: Reinecke: Phantasiestücke for viola and piano, Op.43. Herzogenberg: Legenden for viola and piano, Op.62. Kiel: Drei Romanzen for viola and piano, Op.69. Fuchs: Sechs Phantasiestücke for viola and piano, Op.117. Sitt: A lbumblätter for viola and piano, Op.39. Performed by the Zaslav Duo (Bernard Zaslav, viola and Naomi Zaslav, piano). A A D/DDD. Total time: 136:26.   UPC# 0-17685-10872-3.                                     

CD-1088(3) KLEMPERER IN HAMBURG: TWO COMPLETE CONCERTS WITH THE NDR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CD No.1 (60:47) Bach: Suite Nr.3 in D (28 Sept. 1955); Beethoven: Symphony Nr. 7 in A (28 Sept. 1955).  CD No.2 (50:40) Mozart: Symphony in A, K201 (28 Sept. 1955) and Mozart: Symphony in g, K550 (3 May 1966). CD No.3 (63:53) Bruckner: Symphony Nr. 7 in E (3 May 1966).  Produced with the kind cooperation of Norddeutscher Rundfunk, Hamburg.  Released by permission of EMI.  A A D  UPC #0-17685-10882-2.  Liner notes in German and English.                $44.85

CD-1090(2) BRUNO WALTER: A COMPLETE CONCERTGEBOUW CONCERT: CD No.1 (77:44) Mozart: Symphony in g, K550; Mahler: Symphony No. 4 in G (with >E. Schwarzkopf).  CD No.2 (57:24) Strauss: Don Juan.  A ll the above from a concert with the A msterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra (19 June 1952) plus Brahms: Symphony No.4 in e, Op.98 with Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra (11 Feb. 1951).  Except for the Mahler 4th, previously released on a Concertgebouw commemorative set, all works on this set are released here for the first time. A A D UPC #0-17685-10902-7         $29.90

CD-1091(3) J.S. BACH: ST. MATTHEW PASSION - THE FIRST COMPLETE RECORDING, FEATURING DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU AS CHRIST (1949). J.S. Bach, Matthaeus-Passion (St. Matthew Passion) with Elfriede Trötschel, Soprano, Diana Eustrati, A lto, Helmut Krebs, Tenor- Evangelist, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Baritone-Jesus, Friedrich Härtel, Bass. With the Runfunkshy;-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, the Grosser Chor des Berliner Rundfunks, the Children's Choir of St. Hedwig's Cathedral. Conducted by Fritz Lehmann. Recorded from live performances given 9/10 April 1949 in the Haus des Rundfunks by Radio DDR. A co-production with the Deutches Rundfunkarchiv (DR A ). CD#1 68:43; CD#2 64:37; CD#3 66:01.  UPC# 0-17685-10912-6. A A D.              $44.85

CD-1092(1) MAX FIEDLER CONDUCTS: TWO ROMANTIC MASTERPIECES. Brahms: Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77. Siegfried Borries, violin; Berlin Radio Orchestra, 26 Oct. 1936 & Schumann: Symphony No. 1 in Bb major, Op. 38. With Berlin Radio Orchestra, 11 Dec. 1936. Previously unreleased broadcast transcriptions from the archives of Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv (DR A ). A co-production with Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv. A A D. Total time: 72:17. UPC# 0-17685-10922-5.        $14.95 >>

CD-1093(2) GODOWSKY'S STUDIES ON THE CHOPIN ETUDES - THE FIRST COMPLETE RECORD ING INCLUDING ALL ALTERNATE VERSIONS. Leopold Godowsky: Studies on the Chopin Etudes; first comprehensive recording. Carlo Grante: Piano. Disc 1 (73:73); Disc 2 (74:60) UPC# 0-17685-10932-4. DDD.                      $29.90

CD-1094(4) CARL SCHURICHT:  UNISSUED BROADCAST PERFORMANCES. 1937-1951. CD 1 (59:49), Wagner: Prelude and Liebestod from Tristan and Isolde & Mendelssohn: A thalia Overture, Op. 74 (29 A pr. 1950) & Reger: Variations and Fuge on a Theme by Mozart, Op. 132 ( 5 Nov 1950). CD 2 (50:45) Haydn:   Concerto in D Major for violin, cello and orchestra, Hob VIIb:2 (Op. 101) with Enrico Mainardi, cello (5 Nov   1950) & Schubert:   Symphony in B Minor D 759 (29 Feb 1952). CD #3 (56:03) Bruckner: Symphony No. 9 in d (2 Nov 1951). A ll above with Stuttgart Radio Orchestra: issued with the kind cooperation of SWR-Media, Stuttgart. CD 4 (69:17) Wagner: Siegfried's Death (from Götterdammerung) & Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 in Eb Op. 55; movement # 2 Funeral March. Both with Berlin Radio Orchestra (19 Jun 1942). J. C. Bach: Sinfonia in D, Op. 18 No. 4, with Berlin Radio Orchestra ( 'Times New Roman'">9 A pr 1937) & Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A , Op. 92 with Berlin Radio Orchestra (26 Feb 1937). CD 4 is a co-production with Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv (DRA ). A A D. Total time: 72:17. UPC# 0-17685-10942-3. Special! 4 CDs for the price of 3!                     $44.85

CD-1095(1) GIESEKING AND THE LATE ROMANTICS. Rachmaninoff: Piano Con. Nr. 3   (Philharmonic-Symphony, Barbirolli, 1939); Franck: Symphony Var. (ACO, Mengelberg, 1940); Debussy: Fantasie (ACO, Mengelberg, 1938). AAD. Total time 74:46. UPC # 0-17685-10952-2.               $14.95

CD-1097(2) FURTWÄNGLER CONDUCTS MOZART:  Includes Two Recording Premieres. CD 1 (62:53) Piano Concerto in E-flat, K482. Paul Badura-Skoda, VPO. (27 Jan. 1952; Concerto for 2 Pianos in E-flat, K365 Dagmar Bella & Paul Badura-Skoda, VPO. (8 Feb. 1949) This is the first authentic release ever of the recently discovered original and complete recordings of the two works above, reproduced from the only surviving original recordings. CD 2 (73:26) Serenade No. 10 for 13 wind instruments, K361 VPO, 10/19/26 Nov. & 3 Dec. 1947 (HMV); Symphony No. 40 in G Minor K550, VPO. 7/8 Dec. 1948 & 15 Feb. 1949> (HMV) Technical reconstruction (2002) by Maggi Payne. (AAD)   UPC # 0-17685-10972-0.                $29.95

CD-1098(4) WALTER GIESEKING AT RIAS: PREVIOUSLY UNISSUED 1950/1955 BROADCAST PERFORMANCES. CD 1: (65:48) Mozart: 6 Variations, KV Anh. 137 (29 Sept. 1955); Sonata in C Major, K545 ( 2 Oct. 1955); 9 Variations, K264 "Lison dormait" (29 Sept. 1955); Mendelssohn: Songs without Words (2 Oct. 1955); Beethoven: Sonata in d, Op. 31 Nr. 2 (29 Sept. 1955). CD No. 2 (72:22) Debussy: Préludes from Books 1 and 2 (selections) (23 May 1950); Ravel: Sonatine   (29 Sept. 1955); Gaspard de la nuit (1/2 Oct. 1955). CD No. 3 (64:27) Schubert: Impromptu Op 90#4 (2 Oct.1955); Impromptu Op 142#3 ( 29 Sept. 1955); Schumann: 43 ClavierstußNcke fußNr die Jugend, Op. 68 (selections) (2 Oct.1955); Brahms: Piano Pieces, Op. 76, No. 1-8   (29 Sept. 1955); Scriabin: 24 Preludes, Op. 11 (1-13) (1/2 Oct. 1955). CD No. 4  (43:32) Scriabin: 24 Preludes (Nos. 14-24), Op. 11 (1/2 Oct. 1955); Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major, Op. 58   RIAS S.O.,  Antal Dorati (24 May 1950 >, Titania-Palast). A co-production with DeutschlandRadio, distributed in Germany by Deutschland Radio Marketing, and outside Germany by Music & Arts. This set advertised in the autumn 2001 issue of Classic Record Collector and in the Awards issue   (Nov. 2001) of Gramophone. Total time: 246:09. AAD UPC# 0-17685-10982-9.  Four mid-priced CDs for the price of three.   $29.85

CD-1099(2) HERMANN ABENDROTH CONDUCTS BEETHOVEN, BR A HMS & BRUCKNER: 1939-49 BROADCAST PERFORMANCES. CD #1 Beethoven: Symphony No. 8 in F Major, Op. 93 with Stadt- und Gewandhausorchester Leipzig (1944). Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 73 with Grosses Orchester des Reichsenders Breslau  (1939). CD #2 Bruckner: Symphony No. 8 in c minor with Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Leipzig  (1949). A coproduction with Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv. A A D. 61:06 & 78:11. UPC# 0-17685-10992-8.                             $29.90 >>

CD-1100(2) EUGEN JOCHUM IN CONCERT, 1944-1948. CD #1 (55:37) Beethoven: Symphony #5 in c, Op. 67, Berlin Philharmonic, 12 Jan. 1945. Mozart: Symphony No. 33, in B-flat, K319, Berlin Philharmonic, 1 Feb. 1948. CD #2 (56:15) Bruckner: Symphony #3 in d, W A B 103, Orchestra of the Hamburg State Theater, 13-15 May 1944. Licensed by Sender Freies Berlin and Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv. AAD.  UPC # 0-17685-11002-3.        $29.90 >>

CD-1101(2) JASCHA HEIFETZ IN PERFORMANCE; CONCERT RECORDINGS, 1945-1951. CD #1 (73:11) Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D, Op. 61. Arthur Rodzinski cond, January 14, 1945. Brahms: Violin Concerto in D, Op. 77. George Szell cond., December 9, 1951. CD #2 (71:33) Sibelius: Violin Concerto in d minor, Op. 47. Dimitri Mitropoulos cond, March 11, 1951. Prokofiev:   Violin Concerto No. 2 in g minor, Op. 63. Centennial Symphony Orchestra conducted by Serge Koussevitzky, April 1, 1949. Korngold:   Violin Concerto in D, Op. 35. Efrem Kurtz cond, March 30, 1947. All by Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra unless otherwise noted. Jascha Heifetz, violin.  Released by Radiux Music, Don Mills, Ontario (Canada). This set is distributed by Music & Arts. AAD.  UPC# 0-17685-11012-2.  NOT FOR SALE IN THE U.S.A.                   $29.90

CD-1103(1) HUMMEL: FORTEPI A NO WORKS.   Johann Nepomuk Hummel [1778-1837]: Two Sonatas for Fortepiano: Sonata No. 5 in f sharp minor Op. 81 (1819); Sonata No. 6 in D major Op. 106 (1824); La Contemplazione Op. 107, No. 3 (c.1825). John Khouri, Six Octave Fortepiano by Jacob Pfister, WußNrzburg, c.1820. CD total time: 57:14. UPC# 017685-11032-0.                                             $14.95 >

CD-1104 (4)   VERDI: FALSTAFF - 2 HISTORIC PERFORMANCES: Complete performance from La Scala, Milan given 26 May 1952, conducted by Victor de Sabata; with Mariano Stabile as Falstaff, Paolo Silveri as Ford, Cesare Valletti as Fenton, Mariano Caruso as Cajus, Giuseppe Nessi as Bardolfo, Italo Taio as Pistole, Renata Tebaldi as A lice, CloeßN Elmo as Quickly and A nna Maria Canali as Meg; and the previously unissued incomplete recording for RRG (German Radio) with members of Rome Opera, recorded 28 A pril 1941, conducted by Tullio Serafin*; with Mariano Stabile as Falstaff, Tito Gobbi as Ford, Ferruccio Tagliavini as Fenton, A delia Zagenara as Cajus, Cesare Masini-Sperti as Bardolfo/Pistole, Franca Somigli as A lice, A ugusta Oltrabella as Nanetta, CloeßN Elmo as Quickly and Vittorico Palambini as Meg. Plus bonus tracks from previously unreleased live performances of Otello and A ida conducted by de Sabata (1938)*   Items marked *: From the archives of Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv. These portions of the set are a co-production with Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv. (A A D). Total Time: 4:10. UPC # 0-17685-11042-9.   Special: 4 CDs for the price of 2.         $29.95 >>

CD-1105(1) HANS KNAPPERTSBUSCH CONDUCTS BRUCKNER: Symphony No. 5 Munich P.O., 19 MarcH1959; and Brahms:Tragic Overture SußNdfunk S.O., 15 November 1963 > Total Time    77:44.  NOTE: Bruckner 5th originally issued as part of Music & Arts set   CD-1028, Hans Knappertsbusch Conducts Bruckner, in  1998. This performance completely re-engineered and greatly improved in sound in 2002. AAD.  UPC #17685-11052-8.       $14.95

CD-1106(1) BRUNO WALTER PLAYS BRUCKNER'S 8TH: Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra (1941) Total Time 77:57.   Technical reconstruction (2002) by Aaron Z. Snyder   AAD, UPC #0 17685-11062-7.                           $14.95

CD-1107(1) ADOLF BUSCH PLAYS BRAHMS: Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77 (cadenzas by Busch ). With Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra (New York, cond. William Steinberg (18 July 1943). First release in any format!   Quintet for Clarinet and Strings in B minor, Op. 115, Reginald Kell, Busch Quartet ( Busch -Straumann-Gottesmann- Busch ) (19 Dec 1948). First CD release! Total time 1:06:04. Technical reconstruction (2002) by Maggi Payne; liner notes by Tully Potter. UPC # 17685-11072-6.                     $14.95

CD-1108(2) SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY CONDUCTS BRAHMS. The Complete Symphonies:  Previously unreleased live performances. CD No. 1:   Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68 (17 Feb. 1945) Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 73 (10 Nov. 1945) CD No. 2:  Symphony No. 3 in F Major, Op. 90 (8 Oct. 1946) Symphony No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 98 (29 April 1944) AAD. UPC # 17685-11082-5. Not available in the USA.                $29.90

CD-1109(1) WILLIAM KAPELL: UNISSUED BROADCASTS:. Rachmaninoff: Concerto No. 2 in c for Piano & Orchestra, Op. 18 New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, cond. Leonard Bernstein (18 Feb. 1951). Khachaturian: Concerto in Db for Piano & Orchestra Philadelphia Orchestra, cond. Eugene Ormandy ( 8 Apr. 1944). Total time: 61:47 017685-11092-4 AAD.                $14.95

CD-1110(1) BRUNO WALTER CONDUCTS BEETHOVEN A ND BRUCKER: The Complete Concert with the Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra, given 17 March 1946  Previously Unreleased. BRUCKNER: Symphony No. 9 in d (unfinished) BEETHOVEN:  Leonore Overture No. 2  A A D; UPC # 017685-11102-0; Total time: 66 min.                      $14.95

CD-1111(1) ARTUR SCHNABEL PERFORMS SCHUMANN & SCHUBERT: Schumann: Concerto   in a for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 54 (30:03) Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra, cond. Pierre Monteux, New York , 13 June 1943. Schubert:   Trio No. 1 in B-flat, Op. 99, D. 898 with Szigeti & Fournier, Artur Schnabel on piano. London, Central Hall, 1 October 1947. Schumann was previously unreleased, the Schubert was first released on LP RR-488 in 1981 by our predecessor organization, Educational Media Associates of America, Inc., and this is its first release on CD. UPC# 0-17685-11112-9.                                        $14.95 >>

CD-1112(4) ERICH KLEIBER AT NBC: FOUR COMPLETE CONCERTS FROM 1947/48, Previously Unissued. CD No. 1 (50:57) (Concert of 20 Dec. 1947). Borodin: Symphony No. 2 in B Minor; Weber:  KonzertstußNck fußNr Klavier in F Minor, Op. 79 with Claudio Arrau, piano; Falla: Introduction and Dance from La Vida Breve. CD No. 2 (56:16) (Concert of 27 Dec. 1947) Corelli: Concerto Grosso No.8 in G Minor (Christmas Concerto); Schubert: Symphony No. 5 in Bb Major, D. 485; Johann Strauss: Tales of the Vienna Woods, op. 325 & Gypsy Baron Overture. CD No. 3 (55:14) (Concert of 3 Jan. 1948). Dvorak: Carnival Overture & Wedding Dance from The Wild Dove. Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 in F minor; Op 36.  CD No. 4 (55:26) (Concert of 10 Jan. 1948). Beethoven: Egmont Overture Op 84 & Symphony No. 3 in Eb Major,Op 55. A A D.  UPC # 017685-11122-8. Special! 4 CDs priced as 3!      $44.85

CD-1113(13) CASALS FESTIVAL AT PRADES: LIVE CONCERT PERFORMANCES: CD# 1:   MOZART: Piano Quartet No. 2 in Eb   Horszowski-Menuhin-Wallfisch-Casals (1956); SCHUMA NN: Trio No. 3 in g, Op. 110 Végh-Serkin-Casals (1956). CD# 2: BEETHOVEN: Trio in c, Op. 1 No. 3 Y. Menuhin-H. Menuhin-Casals (1959), & Trio No. 4 in D, Op. 70, No. 1 Goldberg-Serkin-Casals (1954).   CD# 3: BR A HMS: Trio No. 3 in c, Op. 101 Menuhin-Istomin-Casals (1955); BEETHOVEN: Trio No. 5 in E-flat, Op. 70 No. 2 Goldberg-Serkin-Casals (1954).  CD# 4: J.S. BA CH: Suite No. 3 in C, BWV 1009 Casals (date unknown), & Cello Sonata No. 5 in D, Op. 102 No. 2 Casals-Horszowski (1953) & Trio No. 9 in G, "Kakadu," Op. 121a Goldberg-Serkin-Casals (1954). CD# 5: J.S. B A CH: Sonata for Cello & Piano in G, BWV 1027 Casals-Horszowski (1956); BR AHMS: Trio in B, Op. 8 Menuhin-Istomin-Casals (1955) & Trio in a for Clarinet, Cello and Piano, Op. 114 Oppenheim-Casals-Istomin (1955). CD# 6: SCHUM A NN: Trio No. 2 in F, Op. 80 Menuhin-Horszowski-Casals (1956); MOZ A RT: Piano Trio No. 2 in E-flat, K493 Kapell-Grumiaux-Thomas-Tortelier (1953).  CD# 7:  J.S. BA CH: The Well Tempered Clavier, Book II: sel. Horszowski (1956); BEETHOVEN: Sonata No. 1 in D, Op. 12 No. 1 Grumiaux-Kapell (1953); MOZ A RT: Oboe Quartet in F, K370 Tabuteau-Pernel-Tuttle-Tortelier (1953) & A ria from Idomeneo, K 366 de Los A ngeles-Colleg.Mus.(London), cond.Casals. (1959).   CD# 8:  BRA HMS: Trio No. 2 in C, Op. 87 Menuhin-Istomin-Casals (1955); SCHUM A NN:  Trio No. 1 in d, Op. 63 Szigeti-Horszowski-von Tobel(1956). CD# 9:  Beethoven: Cello Sonata in F, Op. 5 No. 1 Casals-Serkin (1954 & Cello Sonata in g, Op. 5 No. 2 Casals-Istomin (1954) & Horn Sonata in F, Op 17 Casals-Horszowski (1958). CD# 10: Beethoven: Cello Sonata in A , Op. 69, Casals-Cortot (1958) & Cello Sonata in C, Op. 102 No. 1 Casals-Serkin (1953) & Cello sonata in D, Op. 102 No. 2 Casals-Serkin (1954).  CD# 11: Beethoven:  Seven Variations on "Bei Männern". Casals-Cortot (1958) & Sonata for piano and violin No. 6 in A , Op 30 No. 1 Horszowski-Goldberg (1954) Mozart : Clarinet Quintet in A , K. 581 Gonzales-Végh Quartet (1956). CD#12: Schubert: Quintet in C, Op. 163 Krachmalnik-Pernea-Tuttle-Foley-Casals (1953); Mendelssohn: Piano Trio in d, Op. 49 Engel-Végh-Casals (1960).   CD# 13Tongue Tiedchumann : A dagio and A llegro in A b, Op. 70 Curzon-Casals. (1956) & String Quartet in A Minor, Op. 41 No. 1 Végh Quartet (1956 & Quintet for piano, 2 violins, viola and cello in Eb Major, Op. 44 Serkin-Végh Quartet (1956). Technical reconstruction, CDs 9-13 (2002) by Maggi Payne.  Contents of CDs 1-8 previously released on Music & A rts CD sets 688 & 689.    Contents of CDs 9-13 previously unreleased. (AAD) UPC# 0-17685-11132-7 13 CDs priced as 6 mid-priced discs! Discs not sold separately.                                               $59.70

CD-1114(1) KEYBOARD GIANTS PLAY BEETHOVEN -- NEWLY DISCOVERED BROADCAST TRANSCRIPTIONS FROM WWII: Beethoven: Piano Concerto Nr. 3 in c, Op. 37. A rthur Rubinstein, Philharmonic-Symphony, cond. Eugene Ormandy (1943) & Beethoven: Piano Concerto Nr. 4 in G, Op. 58. Josef Hofmann, Philharmonic-Symphony, cond, Dimitri Mitropoulos (1943). A DD.  UPC# 0-17685-11142-6                            $14.95

CD-1115 (2) TOSCANINI CONDUCTS MUSIC FROM RUSSIA: CD 1 (61:50) Prokofiev: Symphony No. 1 in D, Op. 25, Classical Symphony (from the broadcast of 15 Nov. 1947 Tchaikovsky). Glinka: Capriccio brillante on the Jota aragonesa for Orchestra, First Spanish Orchestra (from the broadcast of 28 Feb. 1948). CD2 (76:42) Tchaikovsky: Manfred (symphony) in b for Orchestra [after Byron], Op. 58 (from the broadcast of 28 Feb. 1948). Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition for Piano [orchd. Ravel, 1922] (from the broadcast of 14 Feb. 1948). From recently discovered broadcast transcriptions. In best possible sound.  Total Time: 2:18:30. UPC# 017685-11152-5 $29.90

CD-1116(1) ERICA MORINI IN CONCERT: TCHAIKOVSKY: Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35 (32:24)    National Radio Orchestra, Horenstein, Paris, 12/19/57. Brahms: Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77 (35:27)      Philharmonic - Symphony Orchestra,   Szell, Carnegie Hall, 12/14/52. Previously unreleased broadcast transcriptions.  Total Time: 67:58 UPC# 017685-11162-4. $14.95

CD-1117(2) WILHELM FURTWÄNGLER CONDUCTS THREE SYMPHONIES BY BEETHOVEN: CD# 1 (77:19) Beethoven: Symphony No. 1 in C Major Op. 21 VPO, 11, 30 Nov. 1952 *. Symphony No. 3 in Eb Major Op. 55   BPO, 20 June 1950*. CD# 2 (79:49) Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 VPO, 2" 3 Feb. 1952 . Contains an excerpt from an interview with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf on Furtwangler (interviewer: Fred Maroth; 14 Aug. 1980 , San Francisco ). Hilde GußNden, sop.   Rosette Anday, alto.   Julius Patzak, ten.  Alfred Poell, bass. Total time: 157:08, [AAD] UPC# 0-17685-11172-3. *Previously issued on Music & Arts CD-711.                                       $29.90 >>

CD-1118(1) ZINO FRANCESCATTI IN PERFORMANCE: TCHAIKOVSKY: Violin Concerto in D Major Op 35 (31:51) Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra, Arthur Rodzinski (24.10.1943) BRUCH: Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor Op 26 (22:12) NBC Symphony Orchestra, Frank Black (29.4.1945) SAINT SAENS: Violin Concerto No. 3 in B Minor Op 61(25:35) ORTF, Charles Munch (1951 Strasbourg Festival) AAD; UPC #017685-11182-2; Total Time: 79:50                                                                     $14.95

CD-1119(1) TOSCANINI IN BUENOS AIRES:  A PREVIOUSLY UNISSUED BEETHOVEN NINTH.   Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in d, Op. 125.  Arturo Toscanini, Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, July 24, 1941 AAD; UPC #017685-1119-1; Total Time: 64:18.                        $14.95

CD-1120(12) THE ART OF GUIDO CANTELLI: New York Concerts and Broadcasts, 1949-1952.   (CD No. 1)    ROSSINI,   BARTOK, SCHUBERT total time 1:13:56;   (CD No. 2)   MOZART, MENDELSSOHN , RAVEL, BERLIOZ  total time 00:52:58; (CD No. 3) BRAHMS, BEETHOVEN  total time 1:09:12;   (CD No. 4)   HAYDN total time 1:02:10;   (CD No. 5)   MOZART, BARTOK, GIOVANNI GABRIELI, MONTEVERDI total time 1:07:26; (CD No. 6)   HAYDN, STRAVINSKY, RAVEL, ROUSSEL  total time 1:04:42;  (CD No. 7)  VIVALDI, TCHAIKOVSKY, VERDI, ROSSINI total time 1:01:12;   (CD No. 8)  TCHAIKOVSKY, MOUSSORGSKY/RAVEL total time 01:09:21;  (CD No. 9)  FRESCOBALDI/GHEDINI, BETHOVEN  total time 1:12:23;  (CD No. 10)  SHULMAN, DVORAK, HINDEMITH total time 1:08:03;   (CD No. 11)  WEBER, BRAHMS, DEBUSSY, STRAVINSKY  total time 59:19;  (CD No. 12)   TCHAIKOVSKY, SCHUMANN total time 01:07:56 AAD  UPC #0-17685-11202- 7.  Special!   12 CDs for the price of 6 mid-priced CDs! Not for sale in the USA $59.70

CD-1121(1) AMERICAN BAROQUE PLAYS MOZART QUARTETS FOR STRINGS AND WINDS with Stephen Schultz, flute; Gonzalo X. Ruiz, oboe;  Elizabeth Blumenstock, violin;  Katherine Kyme, viola; Tanya Tomkins, cello.   Oboe Quartet in F K370, Flute Quartet in C K285b, Quartet in G K285a, Oboe Quartet in F after K496. DDD. Total time 66:49 UPC #0-17685-11212-6                                            $14.95 >>

CD-1122(1) BRONISLAW HUBERMANN IN PERFORMANCE:  JOHANNES BRAHMS: Violin Concerto in D, Op. 77 (cadenza by Hugo Heerman); Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra, cond. A rtur Rodzinski (23/1/1944); P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY:  Violin Concerto in D, Op. 35;  PO, cond. Eugene Ormandy (3/1946)  UPC #0-17685-11221-5.  Technical reconstruction: Maggi Payne.                                   $14.95

CD-1124(2) J.S. BACH: THE FRENCH SUITES: BWV 812-817, selected Preludes, BWV 923, 999, 815a, and three Preludes from the Well-Tempered Clavier, performed by David Cates, harpsichord.   DDD  UPC #0-17685-11242-3                                    $29.90> >

CD-1125(1)  NEGLECTED SCRIABIN. Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915): COMPLETE MAZURKAS, with Eric Le Van, piano; 10 Mazurkas op.3 (1888-1890); 9 Mazurkas op.25 (1898-1899); 2 Mazurkas op.40 (1903). A co-production with the Bavarian Radio, Munich ,  recorded in Studio 2 of the Bayerischer Rundfunk (Munich) on 15-18 April 2002. Liner notes in English, French and German. Total Time: 72:39 DDD  UPC#0-17685-11252-2.                                                  $14.95 >

CD-1126(1)  CLARA HASKIL IN PERFORMANCE: MOZART: Piano Concerto in Eb Major, K271, Casals Festival Orch., Prades, Pablo Casals, (6/19/1953); SCHUMANN: Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 54, Strasbourg Municipal Orch., Carl Schuricht (6/15/1955).Technical reconstruction (1993) Maggi Payne .  Not available in Germany.  Total Time: 59:58   A A D   UPC #0-17685-11262-1                           $14.95  

CD-1127(1) WILHELM FURTWÄNGLER -- BEETHOVEN:  Symphony No. 9.Bayreuth Festival Orchestra and Chorus; Gré Brouwenstijn - Ira Malaniuk   Wolfgang Windgassen Ludwig Weber.   8 A ugust 1954 ( Bayreuth ) Total Time: 1:15:41 UPC#0-17685-11272-0.               $14.95> >

CD-1128(2) JOHANN BAPTIST CRAMER (1771-1858): Seven Late Sonatas. John Khouri, 1813 Broadwood Grand Piano.  Total Time: CD No. 1, 1: 8:25   CD No. 2, 1:16:32   DDD  UPC #0-17685-11282-9.                                                                            $29.90

CD-1129 (3) MOZART:  DON GIOVANNI, 1953 SALZBURG FESTIV A L. Don Giovanni: Cesare Siepi (b), Il Commendatore:  Raffaele A rié  (bs), Donna A nna:  Elisabeth GrußNmmer (s), Don Ottavio:  Anton Dermota (t), Donna Elvira:  Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (s), Leporello:  Otto Edelmann (bs), Zerlina:  Erna Berger (s), Masetto:  Walter Berry (bs).    Cond. Wilhem Furtwängler. UPC #0-17685-11292-8.  A A D Timings: 59:13, 57:23, 62:41. Special! 3-CDs priced as 2!                                             $29.90 

CD-1130(1) LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI--A FA BLED CONCERT PERFORMANCE. Gustav Mahler:   Symphony No. 8 in E-flat "Symphony of a Thousand".  Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra with Carlos Alexander, Eugene Conley, Frances Yeend, Martha Lipton, George Gordon, Uta Graf, Camilla Williams, Louis Bernhardt, the Westminster Choir, Schola Cantorum, and the Boys_ Choir from P.S. No. 12 (April, 1950). AAD, 77:58. Originally released in 1988 as part of Music & Arts CD set number CD-280. Not available in the USA. UPC# 0-17685-11302-4.                           $14.95

CD-1132(2) BACKHAUS PLAYS BRAHMS:  The Celebrated HMV Piano Solo Recordings. A ll Ballades, Scherzos, Waltzes, Rhapsodies, Intermezzos and other works for solo piano recorded by Wilhelm Backhaus between 1929-1936. Notes by Bryce Morrison Restoration: Maggi Payne & Graham Newton.   AAD  UPC # 17685-11322-2                                                      $29.90 >

CD-1133(1) ROBERT CASADESUS IN CONCERT: Saint-Saens: Concerto No. 4 in C Minor for piano, Op. 44  Franck: Symphonic Variations . Both with ORTF, Jascha Horenstein Montreux Festival Sept. 26, 1961 >      Ravel: Concerto pour la main gauche ( 17:08 ) Het Concertgebouworkest, Eduard van Beinum Concertgebouw A msterdam October 23 or 24, 1946 total time = 54:45 Technical Reconstruction (2004): Maggi Payne AAD UPC # 17685-11332-1.   Not available in Germany for copyright reasons.                                                 $14.95 >>

CD-1134(1) ARTURO TOSCANINI CONDUCTS BEETHOVEN: SYMPHONY NO. 3  in E-flat, Op.55, "Eroica" ( NBC S.O., 3 Dec. 1938); LEONORE 3 OVERTURE  (NBC S.O., 6 March 1948); CORIOLAN OVERTURE  (NBC S.O., 6 Dec. 1953).  Restorations: Graham Newton (2004). "Eroica" previously released on CD-264 (1987); "Coriolan" previously released on CD-3007 (1988); "Leonore III" previously unissued. AAD. Total time: 66:52. UPC # 0-17685-11342-0.                                                     $14.95 >>

CD-1137 (6 CD set) BRUNO WALTER'S BEETHOVEN: The classic 1941-53 Columbia mono recordings of all the Symphonies with the New York and Philadelphia Orchestras; with Bonus CD: early versions of the 3rd and 5th, from 1941. Digital restorations (2004) by John Wilson, assisted by Aaron Z. Synder. AAD. UPC #017685-113727.    CDs priced as 5.   NOT FOR SALE IN THE USA.                                  $74.75

CD-1138(2) SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY CONDUCTS TCHAIKOVSKY SYMPHONIES. Symphony No 4 in F Minor, Op. 36 rec: Boston Symphony Orchestra, March 11, 1949; Symphony Hall, Boston; Symphony No 5 in E Minor, Op. 64 rec: Boston Symphony Orchestra, November 6, 1943; Symphony Hall, Boston; Symphony No 6 in B Minor, Op. 74 "Pathetique" rec: Centennial Symphony Orchestra, February 9, 1946. Previously unissued live performances.   CD 1 = 68:26. CD 2 = 63:47. Technical reconstruction (2004): Aaron Z. Snyder; notes by American Record Guide contributor Tom Godell.  (AAD) UPC#17685-1138-2. NOT FOR SALE IN THE U.S.A.                  $29.90

CD-1139(1) JUANA ZAYAS PLAYS SCHUBERT. Sonata in B-flat major, D. 960 (op. posth.); Four Impromtus, Op. 90, D. 899; No. 1 in C minor; No. 3 in E-flat major; No. 2 in G-flat major; No. 4 in A-flat major. Juana Zayas, piano. Total time: 71:33. [DDD]  UPC#17685-11392-5.           $14.95

CD-1140(1) GUIDO CANTELLI.  THE COMPLETE 15 MARCH 1953 NEW YORKCONCERT. Verdi: Forza overture; Liszt: Piano Concerto No. 2 (Claudio Arrau); Debussy: The Martyrdom of St. Sebastien (exc.); Ravel: Daphnis and Chloe -- Suite No. 2.  Premiere release. Total Time 66:41. [AAD] Technical reconstruction (2004): Aaron Z. Snyder; liner notes: Harris Goldsmith. UPC #17685-11402.  NOT FOR SALE IN THE USA..          $14.95

The 1945-1952 Solo Piano Recordings for American Columbia . CD No. 1: Piano Sonata No.14 in C-Sharp Minor, Op.27 No.2 ("Moonlight"), "1951" May 28-30,1951. Piano Sonata No.8 in C Minor, Op.13 ("Pathetique"), June 5, 1945. Piano Sonata No.23 in F Minor, Op.57 ("Appassionata"), July 14 & 29, 1947. Piano Sonata No.26 in E-Flat, Op.81a ("Lebewohl"), May 1 and 28-30, 1951. CD No. 2: Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.21 in C, Op.53 ("Waldstein"), September 8-10, 1952. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.30 in E, Op.109, July 22, 1952. Beethoven: Fantasy in G Minor/B Major, Op.77, December 1, 1947. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.24 in F-Sharp, Op.78, December 1, 1947. Total time 142 min. [AAD] Technical reconstruction (2004): Graham Newton. Liner notes: Donald Manildi. UPC  #17685-11412.  NOT FOR SALE IN THE USA.                              $29.90

CD-1142(1) BRUNO WALTER CONDUCTS BEETHOVEN. Missa Solemnis in D major, Op. 123. With Philharmonic~Symphony Orchestra, Eleanor Steber, soprano; Nan Merriman, mezzo-soprano; William Hain, tenor; L. Alvary, bass, the Westminster Choir, John Finley Williamson, Director. Carnegie Hall, 18 April 1948; Total Time: 78:06. Digital restoration in 2004.   Notes by Mark W. Kluge. (AAD) UPC# 0-17685-1142-2.               $14.95 >>

CD-1143(4)  BEETHOVEN: THE 10 SONATAS FOR VIOLIN & PIANO:  Pamela Frank, Violin; Claude Frank, Piano. A reissue of the acclaimed 1999 Music Masters set, produced  1992-1995 by Max Wilcox, with additional notes by Tully Potter. 4 CDs. Total time: 3:56 . [DDD] UPC # 017685-11432-8.  Special price: 4 CDs for the price of 2!                                       $29.90

CD-1144(1) ARTURO TOSCANINI AND THE BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA:An unissued performance from 1937!   Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 ("Choral") with Isobel Baillie, soprano; Mary Jarred, mezzo-soprano; Parry Jones, tenor; Harold Williams, bass; BBC S. O. & Choral Society (Leader: Leslie Woodgate). Recorded during the performance of 3rd November 1937 in Queen's Hall, London. Total time: 64:45. Producer and Audio Restoration Engineer: Mark Obert-Thorn. [AAD] UPC # 17685-11442-7.                   $14.95

CD-1145(1)  WALTER GIESEKING PLAYS BEETHOVEN CONCERTOS.   Piano Concerto No. 1 in C, Op. 15, Philharmonia Orchestra; Rafael Kubelik from Columbia ( UK ) 78s LX 1230/2, CAX 10333/40 Rec. EMI Studio No. 1, Abbey Rd., London, 13 Oct. 1948 .  Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-flat, Op. 73, "Emperor" Grosses Funkorchester, Artur Rother Rec. Saal No. 1, Haus des Rundfunks (Reichsender Berlin), 23 Jan. 1945. The only complete recording of a classical work in stereo surviving from WWII! Total time: 67:40. Restoration (2004): Aaron Z. Snyder "Emperor" previously released by Music & Arts on CD Nos. 637 (1990) & 815 (1994). [AAD] UPC# 017685-11452-6.                        $14.95

CD-1146(9) JASCHA HORENSTEIN. BROADCAST PERFORMANCES FROM PARIS, 1952-1966. All with the National Radio Orchestra; includes over 7 hours of previously unissued material. CD 1: Ravel: Piano Concerto (Monique Haas), 11 Feb. 1952. Beethoven: Symphony No. 7, 1 June 1966. Roussel: Le Festin de l'araignee, Op. 17, 1 June 1966. CD 2: Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra, 19 Dec. 1961 . Beethoven: Symphony No. 8, 11 Feb. 1952 . CD 3: Sibelius: Symphony No. 2, 19 Nov. 1956. Stravinsky: Firebird Suite, 3 Apr. 1964 . CD 4: Debussy: La Mer, 1 June 1966 . Stravinsky: Symphony in 3 Movements, 19 Dec. 1961 . Strauss: Tod u. Verklärung, 26 Sept. 1961. CD 5: Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 (Pilar Lorengar, Marga Hoeffgen, Josef Traxel, Otto Wiener) 31 Oct. 1963 . Mozart: Don Giovanni Overture, 11 Feb. 1952. CD 6: Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 4, 26 Sept. 1961 . Brahms: Symphony No. 1, 12 or 19 Dec. 1957. CD 7: Beethoven: Symphony No. 1, 31 Oct. 1963 . Mahler: Kindertotenlieder (Marian Anderson), 22 Nov. 1956 . Strauss: Metamorphosen, 3 Apr. 1964 . CD 8: Beethoven: Egmont Overture, 27 May 1954. Ravel: Bolero, 1 July 1966. Janacek: Sinfonietta, 11 Feb. 1952 . Haydn: Symphony No. 100 in G, 22 Nov. 1956. CD 9: Brahms: Tragic Overture, 19 Nov. 1956. Samuel Barber: Violin Concerto (Lola Bobesco), 13 Nov. 1950.Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5, Op. 100, 22 Nov. 1956. Sound restoration: Maggi Payne (2004). Notes: Joel Lazar. Photographs courtesy of Peter Horenstein. Total time: 10 hours, 44 minutes. UPC# 17685-11462-5. Special!  9 CDs priced as 5! NOT FOR SALE IN FRANCE.            $74.75

CD-1147(1) ARTURO BENEDETTI MICHELANGELI. TWO NEWLY DISCOVERED BROADCAST RECORDINGS. Mozart: Piano Concerto in d, K466 Karl Munchinger cond. Stuttgart Phil. Orch., Stuttgart Liederhalle, (22.11.1967). Beethoven: Sonata No. 3 in C, Op. 2 No. 3 Paris, Salle Pleyel, (11.11.1975). Premiere recordings issued by permission of the Estate of Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli. Total: 58:38 [AAD] UPC # 17685-11472. $14.95

CD-1148(1) A TREASURY OF PIANO WORKS BY ROBERT SCHUMANN. Schumann: Sonata in G minor, Op. 22; Fantasie in C major, Op. 17; Romance, Op. 28 No. 2. Schumann/Liszt: Widmung. Performed by Juana Zayas. Total time:
62:24. [DDD] UPC # 17685-11482-3. $14.95

CD-1149(1) HOMAGE TO PIAZZOLLA: Exciting young guitarist Michael Anthony Nigro performs Argentine dances, songs and rhythms. Máximo Diego Pujol (b.1957): Suite del Plata No.1. Julián Aguirre (1868-1924): Triste No.4. Jorge Gómez Crespo (1900-1972): Norteña. Adolfo Luna (1889-1970): From Tres Estudios. Abel Fleury (1903-1958): De Sobrepaso. Eduardo Falú (b.1927): Preludio y Danza (4:52). Jorge Cardoso (b.1949): From 24 Piezas Sudamericanas. Ariel Ramirez (b.1921): Alfonsina y el Mar. Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992): From Cinco Piezas para Guitarra. Máximo Diego Pujol (b. 1957): Elegia por la Muerte de un Tanguero. Total Time: 64:40. All tracks recorded live on November 22, 2003, at the Little Theatre in Fullerton, California. [DDD] UPC #017685-11492-26 $14.95

CD-1151(1) A VIOLA TREASURY. Cesar Franck: Sonata in A Major (Arranged for Viola by B. Zaslav); Darius Milhaud: Sonata No.2 for Viola and Piano; "La Bruxelloise" from "Quatre Visages"; Antonin Dvorak: Op.2 ~ Four Songs (Orig. Soprano/Piano) (Arranged by B. Zaslav); Ernest Bloch: Meditation & Processional; Suite for Viola Solo (Unfinished); Milton Babbitt: Composition for Viola & Piano [1950]. The Zaslav Duo (Bernard Zaslav: Viola and Naomi Zaslav: Piano). Total time: 72:22 [ADD/DDD] UPC # 0-17685-11512-7.                           $14.95

CD-1152(1) DAVID DEL TREDICI: Two Song Cycles for voice and piano. Lament for the Death of a Bullfighter (1998/2001) with Hila Plitmann, sop. & David Del Tredici, piano; Chana's Story (1998) with Miriam Abramowitsch, mezzo-sop. & David Del Tredici, piano. Notes by David Del Tredici.   Recording premieres.  Total time:  72:58. [DDD]  UPC # 017685-11522-6.                                              $14.95 >>

CD-1153(4)   WILHELM FURTWÄNGLER CONDUCTS DIE MEISTERSINGER VON NURNBERG.  Wagner: Die Meistersinger von NußNrnberg:  Bayreuth Festival Orchestra and Chorus, 15-24 July 1943, with Maria MußNller (Eva), Camilla Kallab (Magdalena), Max Lorenz (Walther von Stolzing), Jaro Prohaska (Hans Sachs), Josef Greindl (Pogner), Benno Arnold (Kunz Vogelgesang), Helmut Fehn (Konrad Nachtigall), Eugen Fuchs (Beckmesser), Fritz Krenn (Fritz Kothner), Gerhard Witting (Balthasar Zorn), Karl Frollmann (Augustin Moser), Herbert Gosebruch (Hermann Ortel), Gustav Rödin (Ulrich Eisslinger), Franz Sauer (Hans Schwarz), Alfred Dome (Hans Foltz), Erich Zimmermann (David), Erich Pina (Nightwatchman). Bonus: 4 short orchestral works conducted by Furtwangler: Die Meistersingerß\Act I Prelude (BPO, 2-19-49); Parsifalß\Karfreitagszauber (BPO, 4-25-51); Götterdämmerunß\Siegfried's Funeral March (BPO, 2-19-49) and Tristan und Isoldeß\Prelude and Liebestod (BPO, 11-8-42). Restoration: Ed Wilkinson (2004); notes by the late John Ardoin. [AAD] UPC # 017685-11532-5. Special: 4 CDs priced as 2!                            $29.90

CD-1154(8) THE FINE ARTS QUARTET AT WFMT RADIO. Unreleased recordings of broadcast performances, 1967-73. CD 1: BEETHOVEN: Quartet in F, Op. 59, No. 1 (7 October 1969)**; Quartet in E minor, Op. 59, No. 2 (1969)**.  CD 2: BEETHOVEN: Quartet in C, Op. 59, No. 3 (Jan. 1967)*; Quartet in A minor, Op. 132 (Early 1967)*. CD 3: HAYDN: Quartet in E flat, Op. 1, "No. 0" (1968-1973?)**; Quartet in D, Op. 2, No. 5 (1968-1973?)**; Quartet in B flat, Op. 2, No. 6 (1968-1973?)**; Quartet in F minor, Op. 20, No. 5 (1968-1973?)**. CD 4: HAYDN: Quartet in E flat, Op. 64, No. 6 (1968-1973?)**; Quartet in B flat, Op. 76, No. 4 (1968-1973?)**; Quartet in E flat, Op. 76, No. 6 (1968-1973?)**. CD 5: MOZART: Quartet in B flat, K. 458 (1968 or later)**; Quartet in D, K. 499 (Jan. 1967)*; Piano Quartet in E flat, K. 493 (17 Jan. 1967)***. CD 6: MOZART: Adagio and Fugue for string quartet in C minor, K. 546 (17 Jan. 1967)*. BRAHMS: Quartet in A minor, Op. 51, No. 2 (1967)*. HUSA: Quartet No. 3 (1969 or later)**. SHIFRIN: Quartet No. 4 (13 Apr. 1969)**. CD 7: BEETHOVEN: Quartet in F, Op. 18, No. 1 (Jan. 1971)**. BRAHMS: Trio in E flat, Op. 40, for Piano, Violin and French horn (Jan. 1971) Leonard Sorkin, violin; Barry Tuckwell, horn; Naomi Zaslav, piano. MOZART: Horn Quintet in E flat, K. 407 (Jan. 1971) Leonard Sorkin, violin; Abram Loft , viola; Bernard Zaslav , viola; George Sopkin, cello; Barry Tuckwell, horn. CD 8: BARTOK: Third String Quartet (1967)*. HINDEMITH: Quartet No. 3, Op. 22 (Jan. 1967)*. MARTINON: Quartet No. 2, Op. 54 (20/21 Feb. 1967)*. * Leonard Sorkin, violin; Abram Loft , violin; Gerald Stanick, viola; George Sopkin, cello. ** Leonard Sorkin, violin; Abram Loft , violin; Bernard Zaslav , viola; George Sopkin, cello. *** Leonard Sorkin, violin; Gerald Stanick, viola; George Sopkin, cello; John Browning, piano. Sound restoration by Maggi Payne (2004).   Notes by Abram Loft . Total time: 9 hrs 15   min. [AAD] UPC # 017685-11542-4. Special! 8 CDs for the price of 6!                                              $89.70 >

CD-1155(1)   BRUNO WALTER'S NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC BEETHOVEN NINTH. Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No 9 in D Minor, Op.125; rec. for American Columbia with NYPO on Apr. 18, 1949, 30th Street Studio, NYC (Movements 1-3), and Mar. 7, 1953, Carnegie Hall, NYC (Movement 4) with Frances Yeend, soprano; Martha Lipton, contralto, David Lloyd, tenor; Mack Harrell, baritone; Westminster Choir, John Findley Williams, director. Digital restoration (2004): John Wilson; liner notes: Mark Kluge. Note: this is NOT the "Choral" movement recently released by Music & Arts in set CD-1137 (which dates from 1949). [AAD] UPC # 017685-11552-3. NOT FOR SALE IN THE USA.;                          $14.95

CD-1156(2) DIMITRI MITROPOULOS CONDUCTS SCHOENBERG, SCRIABIN AND SCHMIDT. CD 1: SCHOENBERG: Verklärte Nacht (*Grosser Saal of the Musikverein, 28 Sept. 1958); Pelleas & Melisande for Orchestra, Op. 5 (**NY, 29 Oct. 1953). CD 2: SCRIABIN: Symphony No. 5, Op. 60, Prometheus, the Poem of Fire (**NY, 9 Apr. 1953). SCHMIDT: Symphony No. 2 in E-flat (*Grosser Saal of the Musikverein, 28 Sept. 1958). * Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the **Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra. Originally released with the kind cooperation of the Estate of Dimitri Mitropoulos in 1997 on Music & Arts CD Nos. 967 & 991. Total time: 2 hrs. 15 min. [AAD] UPC # 017685-11562-2. Not Available In Germany.                   $29.90

CD-1157(1) INSPIRED BY BACH: WORKS FOR PIANO BY FERRUCIO BUSON AND PAOLO TRONCONI: Busoni's Fantasie nach J.S. Bach (1909); Prélude et étude en arpe`ges (1923); Perpetuum mobile (1922); Trills Etude (Veloce e leggiero f. Klavier, 1924), from Vol. 5 of the KlavierußNbung, 2nd edition and Six Preludes and Fugues (1997) by the contemporary Italian composer Troncon (b. 1959). Carlo Grante, Piano. Total time: 1:09:46 [DDD] UPC # 017685-11572-1.                                                          $14.95> >

CD-1158(1) CLAUDIO ARRAU PLAYS CHOPIN:  TWO HISTORIC PUBLIC PERFORMANCE RECORDINGS. Chopin: Concerto No. 1 in e, Op. 11 (1830) with WDR S.O., Cologne , cond. Otto Klemperer ( 25 Oct. 1954); Concerto No. 2 in f, Op. 21 (1830) with Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra, cond. Fritz Busch (U.N. Human Rights Day Concert, New York, 10 Dec. 1950). Audio restoration by Graham Newton, 1994. Total time: 71:42 [AAD] UPC# 0-17685-11582-0.            $14.95

CD-1159(2) W.A.MOZART: THE COMPLETE VIOLA QUINTETS: The Fine Arts Quartet: Leonard Sorkin, Violin 1;   Abram Loft, Violin 2; Bernard Zaslav, Viola; George Sopkin, Cello; with Francis Tursi, 2d Viola. Disc 1: ( 1:19:37 ). Viola Quintet in B flat, K174 ( 20:52). Viola Quintet in D, K593 (24:05). Viola Quintet in C, K515 (34:40). Disc 2: ( 1:19:31) Viola Quintet in G minor, K516 (33:32). Viola Quintet in C minor, K 406 [K516b] (21:38). Viola Quintet in E flat, K614 (24:21). Originally released on 3 LPs in 1975 as Vox Box-#SVBX 557. Recorded in 1974 in the small recital hall of the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. Producer, engineer & editor: Leonard Sorkin; Assistant Engineer: John Stoll. This CD set issued under license from Vox Music Group. AAD. UPC# 0-17685-11592-9. $14.95

CD-1160(1) THE ART OF CAMILLA WICKS. Beethoven: Violin Concerto  in D, Op. 61 , Philharmonic-Symphony Orch., Bruno Walter (2/15/53); Bloch: Baal Shem: "3 pictures of Hassidic life", Standard S.O. (Los Angeles), John Barnett (5/28/50); Sibelius: Concerto For Violin & Orchestra In D minor, Op 47: Allegro, Ma Non Tanto, Standard S.O. (Los Angeles), John Barnett (5/28/50); Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D, Standard S.O. (San Francisco), Arthur Fiedler (7/16/50). Sound restoration:  Aaron Z. Snyder. Liner notes by Nathanael Vallois. Total time: 78:52 [AAD] UPC # 017685-11602-5.      $14.95 >>

CD-1161(8) ZOLTÁN SZÉKELY AND THE HUNGARIAN STRING QUARTET: Historical recordings and previously unissued public performances, 1937-1968. CD 1:   MOZART: Quartet K 456 ("Dissonant") (*Menton Festival, 13 July 1958)[2]. SCHUBERT: Quartet No. 14 in D minor ("Death and the Maiden") (*Menton Festival, 22 July 1958) [2]. HAYDN: Quartet in C major Op 74 No 1 (*LACETYPE> UniversityLACETYPE> of LACENAME>Southern CaliforniaLACENAME> , Los Angeles ,5 July 1950) [1]. CD 2: SCHUBERT: Quartet No. 15 in G Major, Op. 161 (*Menton Festival, 22 July 1958)[2]; Quartet No. 14 in D minor ("Death and the Maiden") (Chamber Music Society LP CM-17,  rec. 1952) [3]. CD 3: BEETHOVEN: Quartet in C, Op. 59 No. 3 (*Menton Festival, 21 July 1961) [4]; Quartet in C# minor, Op. 131 (*Menton Festival, 21 July 1961) [4]. KODALY: String Quartet No. 2, Op. 10 (Concert Hall Soc. LP CHS-1157,  rec. 1952) [3]. CD 4: BARTOK: 5th String Quartet (*Menton Festival, July 1961) [4]; 6th String Quartet (*Menton Festival, July 1961) [4]. HAYDN: Quartet in D Major Op 64 No. 5 (*LACETYPE> UniversityLACETYPE> of LACENAME>Southern CaliforniaLACENAME> , Los Angeles , 1951) [1]. CD 5: BEETHOVEN: Quartet in F Op. 59 No. 1 (* Budapest , LACETYPE>AcademyLACETYPE> of LACENAME>Music.LACENAME>20 Dec. 1968) [4]. BARTOK: 3rd String Quartet (* Budapest , LACETYPE>AcademyLACETYPE> of LACENAME>Music.LACENAME> 20 Dec. 1968) [4]. HAYDN: Quartet in D Major Op 64 No. 5 (from 78s) (Rec. for HMV in London, 1946) [1]. CD 6: BRAHMS: Quartet in A minor Op. 51 No. 2 (Budapest, Academy of Music. 20 Dec. 1968) [4]. MOZART: Quartet in D minor K 421 (Rec. for HMV in London, 1946) [1]. PORPORA: Sonata II in G (from Sonate XII di Violino e Basso (osia di Cimbalo e violoncello)) (Amer. Decca 78 G-25877). Zoltan Szkely with Géza Fried, piano. CD 7: TCHAIKOVSKY: Quartet in D Major, Op. 11 (Concert Hall Soc. LP CHS-1183,  rec. 1952) [3]. DVORAK: Quartet in F Major, Op. 96 ("American") (Concert Hall Soc. LP CHS-1157, rec. 1952) [3]. GLAZUNOV: Violin Concerto in A Minor, Op. 82 (Dutch Decca 78 set X-10110, rec. 1942). Székely, with Hague Residentia Orch., cond. Willem van Otterloo Lalo, Guitarre (Dutch Decca 78 set X-10110,  rec. 1942)  Székely with Jean Antonietti, piano. CD 8: GLAZUNOV: Cinq Novellettes pour Quatuor d'archets, Op. 15 (Concert Hall Soc. LP CHS-1183, rec. 1952) [3]. SCHUMANN: Quartet in A minor, Op. 41 No. 1 (*LACETYPE> UniversityLACETYPE> of LACENAME>Southern CaliforniaLACENAME> , Los Angeles , 1 July 1951) [1]. DEBUSSY: Quartet in G minor, Op. 10 (*LACETYPE> UniversityLACETYPE> of LACENAME>Southern CaliforniaLACENAME> , Los Angeles , 1 Aug. 1951) [1]. ([1] Székely--Moskowskyß\Koromzayß\Palotai. [2] Székely- Moszkowsky- Koromzay -Magyar. [3] Székelyß\Moskowskyß\Halleuxß\Palotai. [4] Székelyß\Kuttnerß\Koromzayß\Magyar. * Public performances.   Technical reconstruction (2004) by Maggi Payne . Issued with the kind cooperation of Prof. Gabriel Magyar and the Székely Estate. Total time: 9 hrs. 50 min. [DDD] UPC # 017685-11612-4. Special: 8 CDs for the price of 6! NOT FOR SALE IN THE FRANCE.                 $89.70

CD-1162(1) MICHELANGELI PLAYS BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No 5 in E-flat, "Emperor" Op. 73 (39:38) ORTF, Jean Martinon, 1970 Lausanne Festival (stereo) Piano Sonata No 4 in E-flat, Op. 7 (34:27) Bonn, 1970 (mono) "Emperor" Concerto previously unreleased; Sonata previously released on LP only Issued with the kind cooperation of the estate of Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli Total time: 1:15:38   AAD UPC#017685-11622-3.                                                      $14.95>>

CD-1163(1) FERRUCIO BUSONI (1866-1924): Concerto for Piano and Orchestra with Men's Chorus op. 39 (Kindermann 247) Gunnar Johansen, Piano; Men's choir of the NDR; prepared by Otto Franze; NDR Symphony Orchestra, Conducted by Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt. Recorded 15/16, January 1956, Hamburg , Musikhalle (live). Chief producer: Dr. Friedrich Schnapp. Total Time: 68:25 AAD (mono) UPC # 0-17685-11632-2.      $14.95 >>

CD-1164 (2) THE WORLD OF JENÖ HUBAY: Jenö Hubay (1858-1937): ScEnes de la Csarda. #8 Op. 60 "Azt mondjak." [So they say]; #3 Op. 18 "Maros vize" [The river Maros]; #2 Op. 13"Kis furulyam." [My little pipe]; #12 Op. 83 "Piczi tubiczam" [My little turtle dove]; #7 Op. 41 "Kossuth-nota" [Kossuth's song]; #5 Op. 33 "Hullamzo Balaton" [The waves of lakeBalaton]; #14 Op. 117 "Sur des the`mes de Lavotta" [On themes of Lavotta]; #4 Op. 32"Hejre Kati" [Hey Kati]. Charles Castleman, violin, with Eastman Chamber Orchestra, cond. Mendi Rodan [DDD]. With free bonus CD: Hubay and his Pupils play Hubay.   Rare historical recordings newly restored: Intermezzo from The Violin Maker of Cremona. Jenö Hubay; Franz von Vecsey; Harry Solloway; Poem Hongroise, Op. 27 No. 6. Jelly D'Aranyi; Zephyr, Op. 30 No. 5. Ibolyka Zilzer; Joseph Szigeti; Scene de la Csarda No. 5, Op. 33, "Hullamzo Balaton".   Ibolyka Zilzer; Mazurka in a, Op. 45 No. 1. Ibolyka Gyarfas; Scene de la Csarda No. 8, Op. 60, "Azt mondjak". Mary Zentay; Scene de la Csarda No. 12. Duci de Kerekjarto; Scene de la Csarda No. 2.   Duci de Kerekjarto; Emil Telmanyi; Les Fileuses. Emil Telmanyi; Scene de la Csarda No. 4, "Hejre Kati!". Emil Telmanyi and Scene de la Csarda No. 3: Maros Vize. Joseph Szigeti. [AAD] A co-production with Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester. Rochester, New York. >Total times: 68:11 + 67:30. UPC # 017685-11642-1. Special: 2 CDs priced as 1!                 $14.95 >>

CD-1165(1) JOHANN NEPOMUK HUMMEL (1778-1837): 24 Grande Etudes Op. 125. Trois Amusements en forme des Caprices Op.105. Rondo brillant Op.109. Rondo Villageois Op. 122. John Khouri playing fortepianos by Jacob Pfister c. 1820 and John Broadwood & Sons 1832. Total Time: 75:39. DDD, UPC# 0-17685-11652-0.                                                    $14.95

CD-1166(1) CARL SCHURICHT: BEETHOVEN SYMPHONY No. 9 in d -- a previously unissued concert. Carl Schuricht conducts the Orchestre National with Maria Stader, with soprano Katharina Marti, contralto Waldemar Kmentt, tenor, Heinz Rehfuss, bass and "LUnion chorale de La-Tour-de-Peilz" and "Choeur de Chailly-sur-Clarens". Public performance given at Montreux, Pavillon du Festival, 12 September 1954. Total Time: 66:03. Sound restoration: Aaron Z. Snyder. ADD, mono, UPC# 0-174685-11662-9.             $14.95

CD-1167(1) OSKAR FRIED A FORGOTTEN CONDUCTOR (1871-1941): [1] Carl Maria von Weber (1786-1826): Oberon Overture (1826) Berlin State Opera Orch., 1924. [2] Engelbert Humperdinck (1854-1921): Fantasy on themes from Hänsel und Gretel (arr.: Oskar Fried) Berlin PO 1928. [3] Richard Wagner (1813-1883): Eine Faust-OuvertußNre WWV 59 (1855) Berlin State Opera Orch., 1928. [4] Richard Strauss (1864-1949): Eine Alpensinfonie Op. 64 (1915) >Berlin State Opera Orch., 1925. All from Grammophon 78s. Digital sound restoration: Gert Fischer; notes in English and German by the Fried authority Wolfgang Georgy; includes complete discography of Fried. AAD. Total Time: 78:03.  UPC# 0-17685-11672-8.                                                                               $14.95

CD-1168(2) THE ART OF NATHAN MILSTEIN: Previously unissued public performances. CD No.1 Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, op. 26 Antal Dorati, ORTF, 24 Sept. 1961 Bach: Violin Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, BWV 1041 Antal Dorati, ORTF, 24 Sept. 1961 Brahms: Violin Concerto in D, op. 77 Istvan Kertesz, ORTF, 23 Sept. 1963 Total Time = 76:13. CD No.2: Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D, op. 61 [Eugene Ormandy, Concertgebouw at Montreux, 5 Oct. 1959 > ]. Lalo: Symphonie Espagnole, op. 21 (short version) Andre Cluytens, ORTF, Jul. 1955. Total Time:  66:37. Digitally remastered by Aaron Z. Snyder in 2005.   AAD.  UPC# 0-17685-11682-7 Not available inFrance $29.90    

CD-1169(2)   BÉLA BARTOK COMPLETE STRING QUARTETS: The long unavailable 1954 Paris mono cycle. Végh Quartet: Sandor Végh, Violin I; Sandor Zöldy, Violin II; Georges Janzer, Viola; Paul Szabo, Cello. Sound restoration (2005): Maggi Payne . Notes: Abram Loft.     AAD    UPC # 0-17685-11692-6.                     $29.90

CD-1172(2) CARL SCHURICHT CONDUCTS BRUCKNER AND REGER IN HAMBURG. ANTON BRUCKNER: Symphony No. 7 in E, NDR Symphony Orchestra ( Hamburg 4 October 1954. MAX REGER: An die Hoffnung, Op. 124,   (text: Hölderlin, NDR Symphony Orchestra, Christa Ludwig, mezzo-soprano, 23/24 October 1955 [released for the first time]. ANTON BRUCKNER: Symphony No. 8 in c minor, NDR Symphony Orchestra, 23/24 October 1955, [complete performance released for the first time], CD 1 Total time: 79:41, CD2 Total time: 74:05. Restoration engineer: Maggi Payne ; extensive notes by Mark W. Kluge. UPC # 0-17685-11722-0. Release date in Germany: 1/1/2006.         Reg. $29.90; now through Dec. 31, 2005   $24.90                          >>

CD-1173(4) LEOPOLD STOKOWSKY & THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA: CD premieres of their rarest 78 rpm recordings. CD 1 (58:42): VIVALDI (arr. Stokowski): Concerto Grosso in D minor (from "L'estro armonico," Op. 3, No. 11) [1934]; PALESTRINA (orch. Stokowski): Adoramus te [1934]; FRESCOBALDI (orch. Stokowski): Gagliarda [1934]; LULLY(arr. Stokowski): Le Triomphe de l'Amour - Nocturne, Alcesteß\Prelude, Thesée [1930]; BYRD (orch. Stokowski): Pavane and Gigue [1937]; HANDEL (arr. Stokowski): Overture in D minor (Chandos Anthem No. 2) [1935]; Messiahß\Pastoral Symphony - March [1930]; Music - Suite [1934]. CD 2 (75:54): BACH (orch. Stokowski): Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV565 [1934];Ich ruf ' zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (Chorale Prelude, BWV639); Es ist Vollbracht (from the St. John Passion, BWV245) [1934]; Ein' feste Burg (from Cantata No. 80, BWV80) [1933]; Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor, BWV582 [1929]; BOCCHERINI (arr. Stokowski): Minuet (from Quartet in E major, Op. 13, No. 5) [1929]; HAYDN (orch. Stokowski): Andante cantabile (from String Quartet in E major, Op. 3, No. 4) [1929]; BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67 [1931]. CD 3(73:27): Outline of Themes for the Franck Symphony [1927]; FRANCK: Symphony in D minor [1927]; DEBUSSY: Nocturnes [1928, 1929, 1927]; Clair de lune (from Suite Bergamasque) (orch. Stokowski) [1937]; Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun [1940]. CD 4(74:52): WEBER(orch. Berlioz/Stokowski): Invitation to the Dance [1937]; BRAHMS: Symphony No. 4 in e, Op. 98 [1931]; Hungarian Dance No. 1 (orch. Stokowski) [1934]; STRAUSS II: Blue Danubeß\Waltz, Op. 314 ; Vienna Woodsß\Waltz, Op. 325 [1939]; STRAUSS: Salomeß\Dance of the Seven Veils [1929]; SOUSA: El Capitanß\March [1929]; The Stars and Stripes Foreverß\March [1929]. Restoration engineer: Mark Obert-Thorn.   Extensive notes by Richard Freed. UPC#  0-17685-11732 9
Special! 4 CDs priced as 3!   Not for sale in the U.S.     Reg. $44.85; now through Dec. 31, 2005 $34.85        

CD-1174(1)  ARRAU PLAYS LISZT NAD WEBER: Historic public performances. 5 Sept. 1943; SCHUMANN: Piano Concerto in a Minor, Op. 54. Philharmonic~Symphony Orchestra (NY), Victor De Sabata, 18 March 1951 > ; WEBER: KonzertstußNck in f Minor, op.79 J282. NBC SO (NY), Erich Kleiber, 20 Dec. 1947 . Sound restoration (2005) by Maggi Payne. Cedaring by Graham Newton. Booklet note by Bryce Morrison .  Total time 1:10:25 AAD. UPC # 0 17685-11742 8                                                   $14.95

CD-1175 (5) ARTUR SCHNABEL: THE COMPLETE SCHUBERT RECORDINGS, 1932 - 1950. CD 1 (65:10): Impromptus, Op. 90, D.899 (1950); Impromptus, Op. posth. 142, D.935(1950); Allegretto in C minor, D.915 (1939), March in E, D.606 (1939). CD 2 (62:19): Moments musicaux, Op. 94, D.780 (1937); Piano Sonata No. 18 in D, Op. 53, D.850 (1939). CD 3 (71:42): Piano Sonata No. 21 in A, D.959 (1937); Piano Sonata No. 22 in B flat, D.960 (1939). CD 4 (71:30): Piano Quintet in A, Op. posth. 114, D.667 (ßeTrout') (1935) (with Pro Arte Qt. Members, C. Hobday, double bass) Lieder (with Theresa Behr-Schnabel, contralto) (1932); Marches Militaires, Op. 51, D.733 (1937) (with Karl Ulrich Schnabel, piano). CD 5 (74:29): Divertissement a` la Hongroise in G minor, Op. 54, D.818 (1937); March in G minor, Op. 40, D.819 No. 2 (1937); March in B minor, Op. 40, D.819 No. 3 (1937); Andantino varié in B minor, Op. 84, D.823 (1937); Allegro in A minor ("LebensstußNrme"), Op. posth. 144,  D.947 (1937); Rondo in A, Op. 107, D.951 (1937)(with Karl Ulrich Schnabel, piano). Restoration engineer: Mark Obert-Thorn. Extensive notes by Harris Goldsmith. UPC # 0 17685-11752 7.  Special! 5 CDs for the price of 4. Not for sale in the U.S. but may be available soon in the U.S. Watch our website!
Reg. $39.80; now through Dec. 31, 2005 $35.80                                   >>

CD-4009(13) (formerly 1009) KNAPPERTSBUSCH'S 1956 BAYREUTH RING -- AT LAST, IN SUPERB FIDELITY! Wagner: Der Ring Des Nibelungen, Hans Hotter as Wotan, Wolfgang Windgassen as Siegmund and Siegfried, Josef Greindl as Hunding, Gré Brouwenstijn as Sieglinde, and A strid Varnay as BrußNnnhilde. With the Bayreuth Festival Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Hans Knappertsbusch (1956). ( ADD) UPC #0-17685-40092-6.   SPECIAL: 13 mid-priced CDs (in boxed set) for the price of 6!   CDs not available separately.                              $59.70

CD-4049(4) FURTWANGLER CONDUCTS BEETHOVEN: THE BEST OF THE WORLD WAR II LEGACY IN NEW DIGITAL TRANSFERS. CD #1 - 76:04, Symphony #3 in Eb, Op. 55 (VPO, 19/20 Dec. 1944); Overture to "Coriolan," Op. 6 (BPO 27/30 June 1943); Overture #3 to "Leonore," Op. 72 (VPO, 2 June 1944). CD #2 - 76:49, Symphony #5 in c, Op. 67 (BPO, 27/30 June 1943); Symphony #6 in F, Op. 68 (BPO, 20/22 March 1944). CD #3 - 73:26, Symphony #4 in Bb, Op. 60 (BPO, 27/30 June 1943); Symphony #7 in A , Op. 92 (BPO, 31 Oct./3 Nov. 1943). CD #4 - 73:12, Symphony #9 in D-minor, Op. 125 with Erna Berger (soprano), Gertrude Pitzinger (contralto), Walter Ludwig (tenor), Rudolf Watzke (bass), and the Philharmonic Choir (BPO, 22/24 March 1942). ( A A D) UPC# 0-17685-40492-4.   4 CDs at mid-price!                                                            $39.80

CD-4206(1) GUSTAV MAHLER (1860-1911): Das Lied von der Erde/The Song of the Earth. Maureen Forrester (contralto), Richard Lewis (tenor), Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra. Bruno Walter. (From a concert performance given in Carnegie Hall on 16 April 1960). Total time: 64:40. [AAD] UPC # 017685-42062-7. NOT AVAILABLE IN GERMANY .                                       $14.95

CD-4240(2) TOSCANINI CONDUCTS VERDI:  TWO SACRED WORKS,   VERDI REQUIEM MASS, with NBC Symphony, Zinka Milanov, Soprano; Bruna Castagna, Mezzo; Jussi Björling, Tenor; Nicola Moscona, Bass and Te Deum,   with Westminster Choir and NBC Symphony, both performed on 23 November 1940.  Sound restoration (2003) by Graham Newton; liner notes by Harvey Sachs.   A A D UPC #0-17685-42402-1           $19.90 >>

CD-4248(2) TOSCANINI CONDUCTS VERDI:  FALSTAFF: Rehearsals. (March 1950) Alice Ford: Herva Nelli, sop; Nanetta: Teresa Stich-Radall, sop.; Mistress Page: Nan Merriman, mezzo; Falstaff: ; Guiseppe Valdengo, barit.; Dame Quickly: Cloe Elmo, mezzo; Ford : Frank Guarrera, barit.; and Pistol: Norman Scott, bass. Originally issued in 1986 on CD-248; newly restored by Graham Newton (2003).  CD No. 1 - 61:51; CD No. 2 - 63:17. AAD. UPC # 0-17685-42482-3.                   $19.90

CD-4259(2) TOSCANINI CONDUCTS TWO CHORAL MASTERPIECES BY BEETHOVEN:   Missa Solemnis in D; Fantasia in c for Piano, Chorus & Orchestra.  Toscanini, Milanov, Castagna, Bjorling, Kipnis; A . Dorfman, piano.  1940 & 1939 (M).  Restored in 2003 by Graham Newton.  Detailed notes by Harvey Sachs.  Originally released in 1986.  UPC #0-17685-42592-9.               $19.90 >>

CD-4260(1) TOSCANINI CONDUCTS TCH A IKOVSKY:  MANFRED SYMPHONY  in Four Tableaux, after Byron's Dramatic Poem (from a   concert, Carnegie Hall, January 10, 1953) & ROMEO

CD-4260(1) TOSCANINI CONDUCTS TCHAIKOVSKY:  MANFRED SYMPHONY  in Four Tableaux, after Byron's Dramatic Poem (from a  concert, Carnegie Hall, January 10, 1953) & ROMEO AND JULIET Fantasy Overture, after Shakespeare's Tragedy (from a  concert, Carnegie Hall, March 21, 1953). Arturo Toscanini, The NBC Symphony Orchestra Total Time:  64:09. Originally released by Music & Arts in 1987 as CD-260. Technical reconstruction by Graham Newton; liner notes by Harvey Sachs. UPC # 0-17685-42602-5              $9.95

CD-4271(2) GIUSEPPE VERDI:  LA TRAVIATA. Dress rehearsal, recorded November 1946 in New York. With Licia Albanese, sop. as Violetta Valery; Jan Peerce, ten. as Afredo Germont; Robert Merrill, barit. as Giorgio Germont, his father; Maxine Stellman, mezzo as Flora Bervoix; Johanne Morland, sop. As Annina, Violetta's maid; John Garris, barit. as Gastone, Viscount de Letorieres; George Cehanovsky, barit. as Barone Duopol; Paul Dennis, bass. as Marquis d'Obigny; Arthur Newman, bass. as Doctor Grenvil.  Chorus Master: Peter Wilhousky.  Arturo Toscanini:  Conductor  Total Time:  1:43:52 Originally issued in 1987 as Music & Arts CD-271. Technical restoration (2003) Graham Newton. Liner notes by William H. Youngren. UPC # 0-17685-42712-2                       $19.90

CD-4614(1) TOSCANINI CONDUCTS BERLIOZ:  Harold in Italy, with Primrose (2 Jan. 1939); Les Francs Juges Overture; Romeo and Juliet; Love Scene and The Damnation of Faust; Rák?czy March (all from 5 April 1941) Restored in 2003 by Graham Newton.  New liner notes by Christopher Dyment.  Originally released in 1990.  UPC #0-17685-46142-2                               $ 9.95

CD-4640(10) (formerly 640) BEETHOVEN: The Complete Piano Sonatas.Claude Frank, Piano.  Reissue of the celebrated 1971 RCA LP set.  Digitally refurbished. (ADD) UPC #0-17685-46402-7. Special!  10 CDs for the price of 5 mid-price issues. CDs not available separately.                           $49.75

CD-4705(2) BRUNO WALTER'S VIENNA FAREWELL CONCERT (1960) SCHUBERT: Symphony No. 8 in b, "Unfinished"; MAHLER: Symphony No. 4 in G and 3 Orchestral Songs: "Wo die schoenen Trompeten...", "Ich atmet' einen Linden Duft" and "Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen". With the VPO and Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano; live perf. 29 May 1960.  Total time: 101:50, AAD, UPC #017685-47052-3. Previously released in 1976 on LP-705 and 1985 on CD-705. Not for sale in France, Germany and Austria.                             $29.90

CD-4937(1) JOHN CAGE: Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano. Julie Steinberg, prepared piano. Originally released in 1995 on CD-937.  Total time: 66:09. [DDD] UPC # 017685-49372-0.         $14.95


TAH 102(2) HERMANN ABENDROTH - BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 4 (rehearsal), London S.O. (27 March 1927); MOZART: Serenade No. 6 & VIVALDI: Concerto Grosso No. 6 & HANDEL: Concerti Grosso No. 5 & 10, Cologne Chamber Orch. (14 Jan. 1933); BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 5, Berlin Philhamonic (Feb. 1940) & Symphony No. 4 (adagio), Leipzig Radio Orch. (1949); BRAHMS: Symphony No. 1, Berlin Philharmonic (3,4,29 July 1941)                          $29.90

TAH 103-105(3) HERMANN SCHERCHEN - MUSIC INSPIRED BY LITERATURE. SCHUMANN: Manfred, Op. 115, narrators Otto Mellies & Ingeborg Ottman (28 Sept. 1960); BEETHOVEN: Prometheus, narr. Inge Keller (rec. 29 Sept. 1960); MENDELSSOHN: A Midsummer's Night's Dream, Op. 21 & 61, narr. Sigrid Hausmann (26 Nov. 1960); GRIEG: Peer Gynt, Op. 23, narr. Karl Paryla (1 Dec. 1960); BEETHOVEN: Egmont, Op. 84, narr. Karl Payla, soloist Rosemarie Roenisch (25 Nov. 1960) & BIZET: L'Arlesienne, Op. 23, narr. Helmut Mueller-Lankow (30 Nov. 1960). All with Leipzig Radio S.O.                      $22.24

TAH-112(1) HERMANN SCHERCHEN - TCHAIKOVSKY & WAGNER. TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 6, Philharmony of Herford (1960) & WAGNER: Siegfried Idyll, orchestra unknown.                          $14.95

TAH-113(1) HERMANN SCHERCHEN - MOZART. Les Petit Riens, Concerto for Flute & Harp, K299 & Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Municipal Orchestra Winterthur, "Studio-Orchestra" of Radio Beromünster and Vienna Staatsoper Orchestra. Soloists: Emmy Hürlimann & Willy Urfer.     $14.95                               

TAH-114/115(2) HERMANN ABENDROTH - BRUCKNER. Symphony 7, with the Berlin Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester, February 16-17, 1956; and Symphony 8, with the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Leipzig, September 28, 1949.                   $29.90

TAH-120(1) SCHERCHEN CONDUCTS MAHLER: Symphony No. 8 Vienna Symphony Orchestra and Elsa Maria Matheis, Daniza Hitsch, Rosette Anolay, Georgine Milinkovic, Erich Majkut, Otto Wiener, George Oeggl (13 June 1951).                              $7.47

TAH-121/123(3) KAREL ANCERL MOZART: Serenade No. 13; MENDELSSOHN: Symphony 5; SCHUMANN: Symphony 4; BEETHOVEN: Symphonies 6 and 8; and SMETANA: Moldau (rehearsal and performance); Toronto Symphony Orchestra, 1968-72.         $44.85

TAH-124/125(2) KAREL ANCERL HAYDN: Symphony 92; FRANCK: Symphony in d; DVORAK: Symphony 8; PROKOFIEV: Classical Symphony; and 1968 interview with Ancerl; Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam.                          $29.90

TAH-126/128(3 ) HERMANN SCHERCHEN CONDUCTS BEETHOVEN Symphonies 1 and 2, Ruins of Athens, Consecration of the House and rehearsals of Symphonies 4 & 8 (1965); The Great Fugue (1962, Swiss Italian Radio Television Orchestra); Egmont Overture (RSO Leipzig, November 25, 1960); Wellington's Victory (rehearsal and performance; Wellington w/Süddeutschen Rundfunks Stuttgart, September 7, 1962) and "An die Hoffnung" (Mary Simmons, soprano w/Toronto Symphony Orchestra, December 8-11, 1965)            $22.42

TAH-129/131(3) HERMANN ABENDROTH CONDUCTS BEETHOVEN Symphony 9, with the Czech Philharmonic, 1951; Romance for Violin No. 1 and Violin Concerto, with David Oistrakh and the Berlin Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester, 1952; Coriolan Overture, with Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Leipzig, 1949; and Egmont Overture and Symphony 3, with the Berlin Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester, 1954.                  $44.85

TAH-132/135(4) THE ART OF KNAPPERTSBUSCH. Beethoven: Symphony No. 8, Piano Concertos 3 & 5; BRUCKNER: Symphony No. 3; WAGNER excerpts; Hamburg Symphony.          $59.80

TAH-136-137(2) KAREL ANCERL - DVORAK Piano Concerto (w/F. Maxian) and Symphony 7 -- Hessischen Rundfunks Orchester; Violin Concerto (w/M. Rostropovich) -- with the Toronto Symphony; and Slavonic Dances, op.72, with the Czech Philharmonic.      $29.90

TAH-138(1)HERMANN ABENDROTH - R.STRAUSS Don Juan (February 11, 1952); Death and Transfiguration (October 24, 1949); and Till Eulenspiegel lustige Streiche (November 14, 1950); the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Leipzig.                    $14.95

TAH-139/140(2) PORTRAIT INEDIT OF HERMANN ABENDROTH, V. 1 - GLUCK: Iphigénie en Aulide; HAYDN: Symphony 103; MOZART: Symphony 39; WEBER: Oberon; MENDELSSOHN: Hebrides and Midsummer Night's Dream; and SCHUBERT: Symphony 9; with the Berlin Philharmonic, Radio Symphonies of Leipzig, and Berlin and Bavarian State Orchestra.                         $29.90

TAH-141/142(2) PORTRAIT INEDIT OF HERMANN ABENDROTH, V. 2 - SCHUMANN: Symphony No. 1; BRAHMS: Symphony No. 1; KALLINIKOV: Symphony No. 1; and four waltzes by JOHANN STRAUSS; Radio Symphonies of Leipzig and Berlin and the Bavarian State Orchestra.                $29.90

TAH-143-144(2) HERMANN SCHERCHEN - BERLIOZ: Les Troyens à Carthage. Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire, Paris (1952).                   $29.90

TAH-154(1) HERMANN SCHERCHEN - MOZART Symphonies 40 and 41, and Concerto for flute and harp, with Lily Laskine and Roger Bourdin; Orchestra of the Théâtre des Champs Elysées (Paris, 1953).                               $14.95

TAH-155(1) ANCERL IN AMSTERDAM, VOL. II.  BEETHOVEN: Violin Concerto w/ Hermann Krebbers; RACHMANINOV: Paganini Var. w/ Daniel Wayenberg. Concertgebouw Orch., K.Ancerl. (stereo, 1970).            $14.95

TAH-162-170(9) EUGEN AND GEORG-LUDWIG JOCHUM - BRUCKNER: Symphonies (complete). Eugen Jochum: Symphonies 4, 6, 7 & 8 (w/Amsterdam Concertgebouw, 1970-1984, stereo); Georg-Ludwig Jochum: Symphonies 2 & 5 (w/Bruckner Orchestra of Linz, 1944), 1 & 2 (w/RIAS-Orchestra of Berlin, 1950s) and 3 (3/Orchestra of Radio Stuttgart, 1950s).Special Price:  9 CDs for the price of 4      $59.80

TAH-175-178(4) PIERRE MONTEUX IN AMSTERDAM. From the archives of VARA and NCRV, previously unissued recordings of Pierre Monteux conducting The Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam. CD No. 1: SIBELIUS: Violin Concerto with Jan Damen, violin (1 Nov. 1950); STRAVINSKY: Petrouchka (30 Oct. 1960). CD No. 2: BRAHMS: Violin Concerto, Nathan Milstein, violin (12 Oct. 1950); Symphony No. 3, Op. 90 (30 Oct. 1960). CD No. 3: BRAHMS: Tragic Overture (14 May 1962); Symphony No.1, Op. 68 (20 Nov. 1963). CD No. 4: BERLIOZ: Symphonie Fantastique (20 May 1948); Interview with Doris & Pierre Monteux by the CBS in London (May 1963).                        $59.80

TAH-185-189(5)A TRIBUTE TO HERMANN SCHERCHEN, VOL. 1. CD No. 1: BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9, dress rehearsal with the Swiss Radio (Lugano) Orchestra with Mada Laszlo, soprano, Lucienne Devallier, alto, Petre Monteanu, tenor, and Raffaele Arié, bass (April 1965). CD No. 2: BACH: Musical Offering with members of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra (23 June 1950) & BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 8, dress rehearsal with the Swiss Radio (Lugano) Orchestra (March 1965). CD No. 3: BACH/SCHOENBERG: Prelude & Fugue in E-flat with Orchestra of the Hessian Radio (2 Feb. 1960); SCHOENBERG: Chamber Symphony No. 1, Op. 9 with Swedish Radio Orchestra (6 Nov. 1955); KRENEK: Symphony No. 1, Op. 7 (unidentified orchestra & date). CD No. 4: BERLIOZ: The Trojans: Ballet from the first act, with Orchestra of the Société des Concerts du Conservatoire (May 1952); VERDI: Nabucco Overture with Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie (3 June 1960); PROKOFIEV: Lieutenant Kije Suite with Orchestra of the Suddeutscher Rundfunks (26 Oct. 1962); KALINNIKOV: Symphony No. 1 with Czech Philharmonic (5 June 1951). CD No. 5: SCHOENBERG: Dance of the Golden Calf from Moses and Aaron, with the Darmstadt Theatre Orchestra and Chorus, and soloists (world premiere performance, 2 July 1951); BARTOK: Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta with Swedish Radio Orchestra (23 Oct. 1954).    Special: 5 CDs for the price of 3               $29.85

TAH-216(1) KNAPPERTSBUSCH CONDUCTS BEETHOVEN AND BRAHMS. Hans Knappertsbusch conducts Beethoven 2nd Symphony and Brahms 4th Symphony with the Bremen Philharmonic (rec. 12 Dec. 1952).              $14.95

TAH-229(1) EUGEN JOCHUM CONDUCTS BEETHOVEN: WWII BROADCASTS. Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 with the Berlin Pharmonic (12 Jan. 1945) & Symphony No. 6 with the Hamburg State Orchestra (9/10 June 1943).                            $14.95

TAH-232/235(4) HOMAGE TO EUGEN JOCHUM.  MOZART: Piano Concerto in d, K466 w/ Rudolf Buchbinder; MENDELSSOHN: Violin Concerto w/ Salvatore Accardo; WEBER: Oberon Overt.; BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 3; REGER: Serenade Op. 95 & HINDEMITH: Mathis der Maler. All w/ Concertgebouw, Amsterdam (1976-1980), plus Jochum's spoken reminiscences.                 $59.80

TAH-1008/11(4) WILHELM FURTWÄNGLER BEETHOVEN: Symphonies No. 3 (Berlin, 8 Dec. 1952) and No. 5 & No. 6 (Berlin, 23 May 1954 ); SCHUBERT: Symphony No. 9 (Berlin, 15 Sept. 1953) + six previously unpublished German Radio recordings: DVORAK: Slavonic dance No. 3 (1930); MENDELSSOHN: the Hebrides (rehearsal, 1930); SCHUMANN: Cello Concerto with Pierre Fournier (1943, second part only); SCHUBERT: Symphony No. 8 (1944, first movement only); BRAHMS: Symphony No. 2 (rehearsal of second movement, 1947) and STRAUSS: Till Eulenspiegel (Lugano, 15 May 1954); all with BPO.                             $59.80

TAH-1012/13(2) WILHELM FURTWÄNGLER BEETHOVEN: Symphony 1, Leonora 3 and Cavatina from String Quartet 13, op.130; BRAHMS: Symphony 1 and HAYDN: Variations on a Theme; Vienna and Berlin Philharmonic and Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam.       $29.90

TAH-1014/15(2) NEW FURTWÄNGLER DISCOVERIES.  HANDEL: Concerto Op. 65 No. 5 & BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 5 (both w/BPO. Sept. 1939); SCHUBERT: Rosamunde: Entracte No. 3 & MOZART: Symphony No. 40, K550 (both w/VPO, June 1944); RAVEL: Valses nobles (rehearsal w/BPO, April 1953), plus 2 interviews w/Furtwängler, 1953.   All previously unissued!               $29.90

ANC-001(7)TRIBUTE TO KAREL ANCERL AND THE CZECH PHILHARMONIC - Recordings from 1956-1967 [* denotes a work not recorded commercially by Ancerl]: MOZART: Symphony No. 38*; BRAHMS: Symphony No. 1; SIBELIUS: Symphony No. 1* and Pohjola's Daughter*; MARTINU: Symphony No. 6; DVORAK: New World Symphony and Symphonic Variations*; SMETANA: Ma Vlast (complete); RAVEL: Bolero*; MAHLER: Kindertotenlieder*, with Vera Soukupova; JANACEK: Taras Bulba; PROKOFIEV: Suite from Romeo and Juliet. The set contains a single compact disc of Ancerl reminiscing (in English) about his life and includes excerpts of unpublished recordings that will be released in the future (e.g., Beethoven's Missa Solemnis).    Special Price:  7 CDs for the price of 4                            $59.80

"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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Re: The new releases from "Music and Arts"
Damn! Those do look tempting. One that I do know is the Kabasta set, truncated though I think it be from the original 4-disc set. Pity no one's heard of the man, hardly.

I'd like to hear from anyone who knows about the others.

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Romy the Cat

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I have some recording from this list.

Kabasta is wonderful and they have 2 other CDs of him. Although Bruckner is presented on both albums but it defiantly a very-very strong buy.  BTW, all of the Kabasta’s CDs are way better then the LP releases.  The wartime recordings of Hans Hotter are very-very good and surprisingly very high quality. The Gieseking solo CD did not warm me as much as some of his other recordings.  Also stay away from Scherchen doing Tchaikovsky and tScherchen  with his he literature music, both of them spectacularly boring… As the rest … they do look very attractive and if you had not crew my life with FM….

The Cat

"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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