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  • C (Cylindrorebutia, sectio, see — Rebutia || Cumingia, see — Weingartia)
  • cabratai [L] (see — Borg )
  • Cachi (Salta)
  • cachiensis (see — Friи )*
  • Cachinal. Cachiñal (Salta)
  • Cachipampa (Salta)
  • cacruzensis (mis. see — canacruzensis)
  • Cadena Mandinga (see — Cordillera Mandinga, Cordillera de Sombreros)
  • cadetayensis. (mis. see — padcayensis)
  • caeliantha [R? S?] (mut. see — calliantha?)
  • caespitosa (see — Friи )*
  • cagunirelii (mis. see — canigueralii)
  • cainea (see — caineana)
  • caineana [S]
  • cajacallensis [S] (LH 888) (see — caracarensis ?)
  • cajacensis, cajaensis (mis. see — cajasensis)
  • Cajas (Arg. || Bol.)
  • cajasensis
  • cajneana (see — caineana)
  • Calami (see — Colomi)
  • Caldera (Tarija)
  • calenduliflora
  • Callasingo (Cochab.) (HS 189)
  • callecalensis (see — callecallensis)
  • callecallensis [S]
  • Calle Calle, Calle-Calle, Cale Cale (Ch’saca, Zudañez, see — Cerro C-C) (L 393 )
  • calle-callensis (see — callecallensis)
  • calliacantha (mut. see — calliantha)
  • calliantha
  • callichroma [S]
  • calva
  • camachoensis
  • camachoi [S] (KK 1801)
  • camargensis (FR 341c )
  • Camargo (Nor Cinti)
  • camargoensis [R / S]
  • camarguensis [R / S]
  • Camaron (Tarija)
  • Camataqui (see — Abecia, Villa Abecia)
  • camiensis (see — kamiensis)
  • Campanario (Tarija, S Iscayachi)
  • Campero (pr. Cochab.)
  • Campo Quijano (Salta)
  • cana canacrusensis (see — canacruzensis)
  • Cana Cruz (Tarija)
  • canacruzensis
  • canacruziensis (see — canacruzensis)
  • Caña Cruz (Ch’saca)
  • canalensis (mis. see — canaletasensis, canaletas)
  • canaletae, canaletaensis (mis. see — canaletasensis)
  • Canaletas (Tarija)
  • canaletas
  • canaletasensis (KK 1565 )
  • Cañas. Canas (Tarija)
  • Canasmoro (Tarija)
  • Candelaria (Santa Cruz)
  • candia [S] (see — candiae)
  • candiae [S]
  • candida [R / S]
  • candidae [S] (KK, see — candida)
  • candie [S] (see — candiae)
  • caniguerali (see — canigueralii)
  • canigueralii [S]
  • caniguerallii (KK, see — canigueralii)
  • caniguniarelii, canigureli, canigurelii, caniqueralii (mis. see — canigueralii)
  • Cantar Gallo (Comunidad C.G. Cordillera C-G, Zudañez)
  • cantargalloensis [S]
  • Capillas (Salta) (MN 259. MN 263 )
  • Capinota (Cochab.)
  • Capula, Capulla. (Oruro) (KK 797 )
  • Caracara, Caracare, Cara Cara, Khara Khara (Ch’saca)
  • caracarensis [S]
  • Carachimayo (Carichi Mayu, Tarija || Carachimayu, Azurduy, Ch’saca)
  • Cara del Diablo (Tarija, Arce)
  • Cara del diabolo (see — Cara del Diablo)
  • carchimayuensis [S] (RH. see — carichimayuensis)
  • Cбrdenas, Cбrd. CARD, (CA, MC, C) (M. Cбrdenas)
  • cardenasi (see — cardenasii, cardenasiana)
  • cardenasiana [R / S]
  • cardenasianum (see — cardenasiana)
  • cardenasii
  • carecarensis (see — caracarensis)
  • cargliana (see — kargliana)
  • carichimayuensis [S]
  • carmenae (see — carmeniana || carminae, carminea ?)
  • carmenella (see — carmeniana ?)
  • carmeniana
  • carminae (see — carminea. || carmenae ?)
  • carminata
  • carminatha (see — carminata. || carminantha ?)
  • carminantha. (see — carminata. || carminiflora ?)
  • carminea
  • carminafilamentosa (see — carminifilamentosa)
  • carminifilamentosa
  • carminiflora ?
  • carminofilamentosa (see — carminifilamentosa)
  • carnea
  • Carr, J. Carr (see — JC)
  • Carrizal (Famatina, Arg.) RH
  • Carrizal (Ch’saca)
  • carrusiana (mis. see — kariusiana)
  • Carusia (mis. see — Carusla)
  • Carusla (Ch’saca, Nor Cinti)
  • Carrusla (see — Carusla)
  • Caspalб (Jujuy)
  • castanea
  • Castellanos (Salta)
  • Catacajes (see — Cotacajes) (HS 210)
  • catajijensis. (MM 284)
  • Catamarca (Arg.)
  • catamarcensis (RH 2119a )
  • cataricensis (mis. see — catarirensis)
  • catariensis (mis. see — catarirensis)
  • Catarina (Cochab. see — Catariri)
  • catarinense, catarinensis (Catarina. Catariri, see — catarirensis)
  • Catarire (Backbg. see — Catariri)
  • Catariri, Estancia Catariri (Cochab.)
  • catarirensis [W]
  • catavirensis (mis. see — catarirensis)
  • Cauta (Cochab.)
  • Cayacayani (see — Estancia Caya Cayani)
  • Cayarani (see — Kayarani)
  • cayasensis (see — cajasensis)
  • ‘Celebration’ (cv.)
  • Cement Factorii [S] (spec. Kr 217a, HS 96)
  • centricarpa
  • Cerado (mis. see — Cercado) (RH 242 )
  • Cerro Alta Grande (Santa Cruz) RH
  • Cerro Calle-Calle (Zudañez) (L 389. VZ 194 )
  • Cerro Caya (Cochab. Mizque) RH
  • Cerro Campanario (Salta) RH
  • Cerro Chatajilla (see — chatajillensis)
  • Cerro Chillahuani (Potosi, Charcas) RH
  • Cerro Churuquella (Oropeza)
  • Cerro Chusekani (Oropeza, 45km SE Poroma) VZ
  • Cerro del Diablo (mis. see — Cara del Diablo)
  • Cerro Guelta (Bol. S Cinti) RW
  • Cerro Liruyuni (Potosi, Charcas) RH
  • Cerro Mudana (Arg. see — Mudana)
  • Cerro Negro (ambig. Sierra de Chani || S Cachi)
  • Cerro Negro de Zucho (Jujuy)
  • Cerro Pojoni (see — pojoniensis)
  • Cerro Pucara (Ch’saca, Oropeza — RH || Potosi, Linares — HJ)
  • Cerro Quimsa Cruz (Ch’saca, N.Cinti) RH
  • Cerro Tolonias (Potosi, S.Chichas) RH
  • Cerro Tujnula (Linares) (RH )
  • Cerro Tukiphalla (Santa Cruz) (L 340, WR 269)
  • Cerro Toldorillos (Tarija)
  • Cerro Ventana, Ventana Mayu (JU 537c )
  • Иesal, PC (P. Иesal)
  • CH (acron. ambig.3, see — Chvastek, Chvastek RCH) || Christie)
  • Chacacona (WR 825 )
  • Chaguarani, Chagrani, Chahuarani (see — Cruce, Cochab.)
  • Chalapata (see — Challapata)
  • Challamarca (Sud Cinti, Ch’saca)
  • Challapata (Bol.)
  • challapatana, challapatensis, challapataensis (KK 972 )
  • Challapota (see — Challapata)
  • Chalcha, Challcha (Ch’saca) (HJ 807 )
  • chamaeleon chameleoni, chamelion (see — chamaeleon)
  • Chañi. Chani, Nevado de Chaсi, Volcбn Chaсi, Sierra de Chaсi (Salta — Jujuy)
  • Chaparй (pr. Cochab.)
  • Chaqui (Potosн)
  • Charazani (see — Chaguarani) (VS )
  • Charcas (see — Villa Charcas)
  • Charles, GC (G. Charles)
  • chata
  • chatajilensis (see — chatajillensis)
  • Chatajilla (Ch’saca, NW Sucre)
  • chatajillensis [S]
  • chatanjillensis (mis. see — chatajillensis)
  • Chataquila (see — Chatajilla)
  • chatayillensis (see — chatajillensis)
  • Chaunaca, Chaunanca (Ch’saca, Oropeza, 20km W Sucre)
  • Chaupi (Chaupe Rodeo, N Iturbe, Jujuy)
  • Chicote Grande (Cochab.)
  • chiguichiguensis [W] (mis. see — chuquichuquiensis)
  • Chijmore, Chijmuri ґChimacґ, Chimari, Chimuri (Cochab. S Totora) (oenantha — WR, RH, G)
  • chilensis [W / Neowerdermannia]
  • Chilijkhi Waykho (Cochab. Mizque) RH
  • Chilla Jara (Ch’saca) RH
  • Chimboata (Cochab. Carrasco) RH
  • Chimuri, Chimori, Ciudad Chimuri, ‘Chimor’, ‘Chijmuri’ (Ch’saca, Oropeza) (pedroensis, frankiana — G, HS, VZ, BLMT, PHA, BB, VS)
  • Chiñimayo. Chinimayo, Chini Mayu (Ch’saca)
  • Chorrillos (Qda del Toro, Salta)
  • chiquichiquensis [W] (see — chuquichuquiensis)
  • chiquiense [W]. (see — chuquichuquiensis)
  • Chiquituyoc. Chiqui Tayoi = Los Alamos (Ch’saca)
  • Chorcoya (Tarija)
  • Choro, Hacienda Choro (Cotacajes, Cochab.) (HS 210)
  • chorrillosensis (see — Chorrillos)
  • chorrilosensis (see — chorrillosensis)
  • chrisacantha (see — chrysacantha)
  • chrisantha (see — chrysantha)
  • chriscina (mis. see — christinae)
  • christiae (mut. see — christiei)
  • christianae (mis. see — christinae)
  • Christie (B. Christie, see — CH)
  • christiei [S]
  • christinae Khucho Ingenio)
  • Chullpa Chaca (Ch’saca, Oropeza) RH
  • Chunca Cancha (Ch’saca)
  • Chunchuli (Ch’saca)
  • Chuqui Chuqui. Chuquichuqui (Ch’saca)
  • chuquichuquiensis [W]
  • chuquichuquinensis (see — chuquichuquiensis)
  • Chuquisaca, Chiquisaca, Ch’saca (depart. Bol.)
  • Cieneguilla (Tarija) (KK 2038 )
  • Cieneguillas (Arg. || Bol.)
  • Cieneguilas (mut. see — Cieneguillas)
  • cincinata (see — cincinnata)
  • cincinatii (mis. see — cincinnata)
  • cincinnata
  • Cinnabarinea (see — purpurea, torotorensis)
  • cinnebarina (cinnabarina)
  • cinthiensis (see — cintiensis)
  • cintia [R / Cintia]
  • cintiensis [R / W]
  • Cinty (see — Cinti, Chuquisaca)
  • citriaurata (see — Friи )*
  • citricarpa
  • citriocarpa, citrocarpa (see — citricarpa)
  • citriflora
  • CJH (acron. see — Holland)
  • clava (see — calva)
  • clavata [S]
  • clicensis, cliensis (mis. see — clizensis)
  • Cliza (Cochab.)
  • clizensis [S]
  • CLT (acron. see- ?) (VZ 591)
  • CMW (acron. J. Carr Coll (Iris Sheila Collenette (see — SC))
  • Collins (Phil Santa Ana)
  • corynoides [W]
  • costata
  • Cotacajes (Cochab. 85km NW Cochabamba)
  • Cotagaita (Ch’saca) (LF 325)
  • couperiana (see — kupperiana)
  • crassa
  • crassicola (see — steinbachii )
  • crisacantha (see — chrysacantha)
  • Crimson Crown Cactus (see — deminuta)
  • crispata [S]
  • croceareolata [S]
  • crocidata ?
  • ‘Crown Cactus’ (see — krainziana)
  • Cruce (= Chaguarani, Chagrani, Chahuarani, Cochab.)
  • crucensis [S]
  • crucialbicentra (mix. Parodia)
  • crugeri (see — krugeri)
  • CS (acron. ambig.3, see — C. Steele || E. F. Crastetter || Ch. Sherrah ?)
  • Cuesta de Lajar (Salta)
  • Cuesta Lipan (see — Lipan)
  • Cuesta del Meadero (S Sucre) (FR 953 — W. sucrensis)
  • Cuesta Obispo. Cuesta del Obispo (Salta)
  • Cuesta de Sama (Tarija)
  • Cuesta de Santiago, Cuesta Santiago (see — Santiago)
  • Cuesta Negra (Santa Cruz) RH
  • Cuesto Obispo (see — Cuesta Obispo)
  • Cueva (see — La Cueva, Sud Cinti)
  • Cucho Ingenio. Cuchu Ingenio, Khucho Ingenio, Khuchu Ingenio (Potosн)
  • Cuidad Condoriri (Potosi, Quijarro) RH
  • Cuidad Pampas (Cochab. Campero) RH
  • Cuidad Santa Fй (Potosi, Bustillos) RH
  • Cula Chajra (Ch’saca) RH
  • culjaensis [W] (mis. see — culpinensis)
  • Culpina (Ch’saca)
  • Culpina Mayu (Ch’saca, N.Cinti) RH
  • Culpine (see — Culpina)
  • culpinensis [S / W]
  • Cumbre Tres de Mayo (Cochab.)
  • Cumbres Calchaquies (Tucumбn — Salta)
  • Cumbres del Obispo (Salta)
  • Cuming (Hugh Cuming, see — cumingii, neocumingii, Cumingia)
  • cumingii [W]
  • Cumming (David M. Cumming (DC, DM, DMC))
  • cupera (mis. see — cuprea)
  • cupperiana (see — kupperiana)
  • cuprea [R / S]
  • cupreata [S]
  • Curqui , Curque (Tarija)
  • curvispina
  • curvispinus (see — curvispina)
  • Cutanpampa (Ch’saca, N.Cinti) RH
  • cv. cultivar (cultivated variety)
  • cyanensis. (mis. see — cajasensis)
  • cylindrica [R / S]
  • Cylindrorebutia sp. spec. (see — Rebutia)
  • D. spec. (see — Digitorebutia)
  • dasyphrissa
  • DC (David M. Cumming)
  • decrescens (KK 1924 )
  • decressa, degrescens (mis. see — decrescens)
  • de Laphia (see — La Pia)
  • delicata
  • deminuta
  • demunita. (see — deminuta)
  • denantha (mis. see — oenantha)
  • densiet (mis. see — densiseta)
  • densipectinata
  • densiseta
  • densispina
  • derminuta. (mis. see — deminuta)
  • desidua (mis. see — residua)
  • de Vries, JV, VZ (J. de Vries D.)
  • DJF (acron. see — Ferguson)
  • diesiana (mis. see — diersiana)
  • diersiana
  • digitiformis
  • Digitorebutia (sectio. spec. see — Rebutia)
  • diminuata. (see — deminuta)
  • disciformis
  • DL (acron. see — Labhart || deLaet)
  • Domdey, DO, Do (Domdey)
  • Donald, Don. JD, JDL, JDR, JDS (J. D. Donald)
  • donaldiana Draga Friиovб, see — dragai)
  • dragai
  • DSC, DSCN (acron. see — ?) Bourleau, 2008
  • dsyphrissa (mis. see — dasyphrissa)
  • DSW (acron. see — Schweich)
  • dumanniana (mis. see — duursmaiana, duursmana)
  • Duraznillo (Ch’saca, Sucre — LH 885, LH 887 || Cochab. NE Mizque)
  • durispina
  • durschmaiana (mis. see — duursmaiana, duursmana)
  • duteineana (see — dutineana)
  • dutineana
  • dutineiana (see — dutineana)
  • duursmanniana, duursuanniana (mis. see — duursmaiana, duursmana)
  • duursmaiana
  • duursmana
  • DV, DVV (acron. see — Van Vliet)
  • earminafilamentosa (mis. see — carminifilamentosa)
  • eburnea
  • edeltraudae, edeltraudei, edeltraudiae, edeltraudii, edeltraudianae, edeltraudinae (RW 66. RW 68, RW 126)
  • edeltraudiae
  • edeltraudinae
  • EFA (acron. Edward Frederick Anderson)
  • EH (acron. ambig.3, see — Haugg || Heger. (Heg. He, HE) || Ehrenberg)
  • einsteinii
  • EK (acron. ambig. see — Kirschnek || Klinger)
  • El Aguilar (Jujuy || Salta?) (KK 1496)
  • El Alisal (Qda del Toro, Salta)
  • El Angosto (Bol.|| Arg.)
  • El Aquilar (Salta?) (KK 1096. KK 1244 )
  • electracantha [S]
  • electrocantha (see — electracantha) (SE 129)
  • elegans
  • elegant (mis. see — elegans. elegantula) CCH
  • eleganthula (RH, see — elegantula)
  • elegantula
  • elegantule (mis. see — elegantula)
  • El Huizache (loc. )
  • elisabethae (see — elizabethae)
  • elizabhae (mis. see — elizabethae)
  • elizabethae [S]
  • El Manzano (Salta)
  • El Maray (Salta, Escoipe)
  • El Moreno (Jujuy)
  • El Naranjo (Salta) RH
  • El Nogal (Tarija, Rio Pilaya)
  • El Puente (Ch’saca) (LF 284, LF 288)
  • El Puyil (Salta)
  • El Viaducto del Toro (Qda del Toro)
  • EM (acron. see — Markus)
  • enanthema (mis. see — euanthema)
  • encalyptiana (mis. see — eucalyptana)
  • eos
  • epinazaense (mis. see — epizanaense)
  • Epizana (Cochab.)
  • epizanaense (see — epizanense)
  • epizanaensis (see — epizanense, epizanensis)
  • epizanense (KK 1923 )
  • epizanensis [S] (KK 1013)
  • eratensis (pallida)
  • erecta Mendez)
  • escayachensis
  • Escayachi (Tarija, Mendez)
  • escayachii (see — escaychensis)
  • Escayachii (mis. see — Escayachi)
  • escayasensis, escaychensis (mis. see — escayachensis)
  • Escoipe (Salta, Quebrada de Escoipe)
  • Escopie, escopiae (mis. see — Escoipe)
  • escrupula (KK 1921 )
  • ‘Esmeralda’ [S] (see — rauschii)
  • eso (mis. see — eos)
  • espinosa (Йspinosa, see — espinosae)
  • espinosae
  • Esquires (see — Esquiri)
  • Esquiri (Esquire — Potosн)
  • Esta Lutha (Potosi, Quijarro) RH
  • Estancia de Bombeo (Cochab.)
  • Estancia Cariri (see — Coriri)
  • Estancia Caya Cayani (Cochab.)
  • Estancia Puccha (see — Pajcha)
  • Esta Palca de Abar (Estancia, see — Palca de Aparzo)
  • Esta Pilancho (Cochab. Carrasco) RH
  • Esta Taparu (Potosi, Bustillos) RH
  • euanthema
  • Eucaliptos (see — Eucaliptus)
  • Eucaliptus (Oruro)
  • eucaliptana
  • eucalyptana (see — eucaliptana) (KK 971 )
  • Eucalyptos (see — Eucaliptus)
  • eucolyptana (mis. see — eucalyptana)
  • eunantheme (see — eunanthema)
  • eunanthema (see — KK 871. KK 973 )
  • euthema
  • evanthema (mut. see — euanthema)
  • EZ (acron. see — Zecher)
  • G (acron. see — Gertel)
  • G. spec. (Gymnorebutia, see — Rebutia, see — Doweld)
  • gavazii, gavazzi, gawazii, gawazzii (see — gavazzii)
  • gavazzii
  • GC (acron. see — Charles)
  • gemmae [S]
  • Gemmrich, WG (W. Gemmrich)
  • GF (acron. Gerhart Frank)
  • gerocephala [S] (see — gerosenilis)
  • gerosenilis [S]
  • Gertel, G, WG (W. Gertel)
  • GH (acron. see — Hold || Heimen)
  • gibulosa (see — gibbulosa)
  • gibbulosa
  • gielsdorfiana [W / Neowerdermannia]
  • gigantea [S]
  • GK (acron. see — Koehres)
  • glanduliflora [S]
  • glaucescens (see — Backeb. )*
  • glauxiana. (see — fuauxiana)
  • globulosa
  • glomeriseta [R / S]
  • glomerispina [S]
  • GN (acron. see — Neuhuber)
  • GNI (Global Names Index)
  • gokrausei
  • gokrausii (mis. see — gokrausei)
  • ‘Goldball’ (cv.)
  • Gуlgota (see — Ing. Maury, Qda. del Toro)
  • gongianii, gonianii (mis. see — gonjianii)
  • goniacantha (LH 570 )
  • Gonjian, BG (Barkew Gonjian)
  • gonjianii
  • GR (acron. see — Rovida || Rowley (GDR))
  • gracile
  • graciliflora
  • gracilior [R / S]
  • gracilis [R / S]
  • gracilispina [R / W]
  • graesneri (see — graessneri)
  • Graessner (R. Grдssner, see — graessneri, see — rubispina)
  • graessneri
  • graessneriana (see — graessneri)
  • grassneri, grassnerii (see — graessneri)
  • grande (RW 508)
  • grandiflora
  • grandilacea (x grandilacea, grandiflora x violaciflora)
  • grandis
  • Guachipas (Salta)
  • Guadalupe, Guadallupe (Santa Cruz, Vallegrande) RH
  • Guerrilla Pampa (Santa Cruz) RH
  • GV (acron. see — Vincon)
  • Gymnorebutia (see — Doweld)
  • H (acron. ambig. multi, see — Hoffmann || Horst || Hunt (HN) ||. )
  • HA (acron. see — Amerhauser)
  • Haage (F. A. Haage (HA), W. Haage)
  • haageana (see — haagei, neo-haageana)
  • haagei
  • Hacienda Barranca (Chuq. Oropeza)
  • Hacienda Hura Khatalla (Ch’saca, Oropeza)
  • Hacienda Sipoco (Potosi) RH
  • hactusiana (?)
  • haeferiana (mis. see — haefneriana)
  • haefneriana häffneriana (see — haefneriana)
  • haefnerensis (mis. see — haefneriana)
  • haertlingiana (see — hartlingiana)
  • hagei, hageii (see — haagei)
  • Hahn`s ‘Fäden Rot’ (pseudodeminuta)
  • hahniana
  • hahnii
  • hajakajana, hajekajana (mis. see — hajekiana)
  • hajekiana [W]
  • hajekyana (see — hajekiana)
  • hakejayana (mis. see — hajekiana)
  • Halda, JJH (J. J. Halda)
  • halmii. (see — Friи )*
  • hansii [S] (JK 153). (see — heinzii)
  • harstu (mis. see — horstii)
  • hartlingiana
  • haroecensis (?)
  • harvalensis (?) (see — muscula, see — narvaecensis)
  • Haselton (S. E. Haselton)
  • haseltoniana, haseltoni (see — haseltonii)
  • haseltonii [S]
  • hauferiana (mis. see — haefneriana)
  • Haug (see — Haugg)
  • Haugg, EH (E. Haugg)
  • Havelнk, VH (V. Havelнk)
  • hayakajana, hayekayana (mis. see — hajekiana)
  • HB (acron. see — Fred Fraser || Heimen)
  • HBG (ambig. Huntington Bot. Gardens (HNT), see — JD, MK, SELI || Hamburg Bot. Gardens)
  • HBK (acron. H.B.K. Humboldt see — E. Herzog (He) || Heger (Heg. He, EH) || Hentzschel ?)
  • hedingiana (mis. see — hediniana)
  • hediniana [W]
  • Heger, Heg, He, HE, (EH) (E. Heger)
  • Heidemann [S]
  • heidiana (mis. see — hediniana)
  • Heinrich (W. Heinrich)
  • heinrichiana
  • heinzii [S]
  • heliosa
  • heliosoides [S]
  • ‘Hel’s Belles’ (heliosa cv.)
  • ‘Hell’s Belles’, Hells Belles, Hells Bells (mis. see — ‘Hel’s Belles’)
  • hentzscheliana [W]
  • herstusii (see — hertusii)
  • hertrichiana
  • Hertus, PHA (P. Heшtus)
  • hertusii [S]
  • Herzog, HZ (David Herzog)
  • Herzog, DH (D. Herzog)
  • Herzog, HE, He (E. Herzog)
  • HG (acron. see — ?)
  • Hillmann, RH (R. Hillmann)
  • Hipolito (see — Iturbe)
  • hirsutissima [Mediolobivia — Lobivia, Echinopsis] (Card. 6329 )
  • HJ (acron. see — Jucker)
  • Hjertson, ME (M. L. Hjertson)
  • HJK (acron. see — Klinkhammer, haagei) de Vries 2009
  • HJU (acron. see — Jucker)
  • HJW (acron. see — Wittau)
  • HK (acron. see — Kuenzler)
  • Hlineckэ (A. Hlineckэ)
  • HM (acron. Hammerschmidt ?) (HM 395 — senilis)
  • HN (acron. see — Hunt)
  • HNT (acron. — Huntington Bot. Gardens (HBG))
  • hoffmani (see — hoffmannii)
  • hoffmaniana (see — hoffmanniana)
  • Hoffmann, Hoffm. H, HO (W. Hoffmann)
  • hoffmanniana [R(diff.) / S]
  • hoffmannii [R / S]
  • hoffmenii (mis. see — hoffmannii)
  • Hold, GH (G. Hold)
  • Holland, CJH (Ch. Holland)
  • Horacek, LH (L. Horбиek)
  • horacekii [S]
  • horrida [S]
  • Horst, H, HL, HU (L. Horst)
  • horsti (see — horstii)
  • horstii
  • hosei (diff, see — hossei)
  • Hosse. Hosseus (see — hossei)
  • hossei
  • HR (acron. ambig. see — Ramirez || Ruoff)
  • HS (acron. see — Swoboda)
  • HTH (acron. see — Thiele)
  • HU (acron. see — Uebelmann, Horst Oropeza) RH
  • Huackanqui. Huakanki (Ch’saca)
  • Huaco (La Rioja || Ch’saca — Huaca)
  • Huakanki (E Colomi, prov. Chapare)
  • Hualichay (mis. see — Hualinchay)
  • Hualinchay (Tucumбn)
  • Huanacuni Chico (G 183, RH)*
  • huanacuniensis [S]
  • Huankanqui, Huankanki (Cochab.)
  • Huankaki, Huancaqui, Huankanqui (Ch’saca, see — Santa Elena)
  • Huankuni (Cochab. Campero) RH
  • Huanuni (Oruro) (KK 1491 )
  • Huari (Bol.)
  • huaricensis (mut. see — huarinensis)
  • huariensis
  • Huari Huari (Potosн)
  • ‘Huari Huari’ (senilis cv.)
  • huarinensis
  • huaronenis (mut. see — huarinensis KK 1922)
  • huasensis (see — huasiensis)
  • huasiensis
  • Huasi Loma (Ch’saca, N.Cinti) RH
  • huasinensis (diff. see — huasiensis || mis. see — huarinensis)
  • huasinensis (SE-51 — einsteinii)
  • Huata (Ch’saca, N Sucre)
  • huctusiana (?) (see — hactusiana)
  • Huerta Molino (Cochab. Carrasco, Huertas)
  • Huichaira (Jujuy) RH
  • Humahuaca (Jujuy)
  • Humahuata (Salta, Escoipe)
  • humeriae (?)
  • HUN (acron. C. Hunkeler)
  • Hunt, HN, H (D. R. Hunt)
  • Hura Khathala (see — Hacienda Hura Khatalla)
  • HV (acron. see — Vertongen)
  • hyalacantha
  • hylacantha (mis. see — hyalacantha)
  • Hypolito (see — Hipolito)
  • HZ (acron. see — Herzog D.)
  • ICBN (International Code of Botanical Nomenclature) legitimity
  • ichthyacantha (mis. see — ithyacantha)
  • Icla (Ch’saca, Zudañez)
  • IF (acron. see — Fick)
  • Igna Huasi (mis. see — Inca Huasi)
  • ihtyacantha (mis. see — ithyacantha)
  • Impora (Ch’saca)
  • Incahuasi . Inca Huasi (Bol.|| Arg.)
  • Independencia (Cochab.)
  • inflexiseta [S]
  • Ingahuasi (mis. see — Incahuasi, Inca Huasi)
  • Ingeniero Maury (Salta)
  • Inquisivi (La Paz)
  • inquisiviensis
  • insperata [S]
  • intermedia [R / S]
  • ionantha
  • I.O.S. (International Organisation for Succulent plants study, Wageningen, Holland)
  • IPNI (International Plant Name Index)
  • iridescens
  • iridiscens (mis. see — iridescens)
  • Iruya (Salta)
  • IS (Import Seeds)
  • isayachensis (mis. see — iscayachensis)
  • Iscayache (Tarija, W Sama)
  • Iscayachi (Tarija)
  • iscayachensis
  • iscayensis (mis. see — iscayachensis)
  • ischeliana (mis. see — iseliniana)
  • iscyachensis (mis. see — iscayachensis)
  • iseliana (mis. see — iseliniana)
  • iseliniana
  • ISI (International Succulent Introductions, USA)
  • isseliana (mis. see — iseliniana)
  • ithiacantha (see — ithyacantha)
  • ithyacantha
  • Iturbe (Estancia Iturbe, Hipolito Yrigoyen)
  • J (acron. ambig. see — Joschko (Jo, JJ) || Jucker (HJ, JU, HJU))
  • Jacayachi (mis. see — Iscayachi)
  • Jacuiba (see — Yacuiba)
  • Jбchal. San Josй de Jбchal (Arg. San Juan)
  • Jachala (mis. see — Jáchal)
  • jachalensis [Lob. — Echinopsis]
  • JAJO (Rebutia spec.) dat. Saniter 95
  • Jajу (B. Jajу, see — spiralisepala)
  • Jakubec, VJ (V. Jakubec)
  • jakubeciana [S]
  • Janeba, ZJ, ZL (Z. Janeba)
  • jarmilae [W — Echinopsis ?]
  • Jatun Pampa (Potosi, Bilbao) RH || (Ch’saca, Cinti) LF
  • JB (acron. ambig.3, see — Bis, haagei || Bohata (JABO) || Bu№ek)
  • JC (acron. ambig. Иervenэ || Carr)
  • JCV (acron. see — JC ?)
  • JD (acron. see — Donald / JDL — Lobivia, JDR — Rebutia, JDS — Sulcorebutia)
  • Jelinek (J. Jelнnek, see — KKC)
  • JEM, JE, JM? (Jardin Exotique Monaco)
  • JF (acron. see — Fahr)
  • JJ (acron. see — Joschko (J, Jo))
  • JJH (acron. see — Halda)
  • JK (acron. see — Pot Lodй || Lambert (LM) || J. Lьthy)
  • JM . (acron. ambig.6, J. Mauseth? || J. Menzel || J. Mortensen || J. Madsen || J. Miller || J. Mikulas)
  • JN (acron. J. Novбk ?)
  • Jo (acron. see — Joschko)
  • JO (acron. ambig.2, see — Odehnal || Joschko (J, JJ, Jo))
  • jojoensis. (Jojo? Jajу. see — jujuyensis?)
  • jolanda (see — jolantae, jolandae)
  • jolandiae (see — jolantae, jolandae)
  • jolantae. jolandae [S]
  • jolantana, jolanthana, jolantiana (see — jolantae)
  • Jordбn (pr. Cochab.)
  • Joschko, J, JJ, Jo, JO (J.(H.) Joschko)
  • JP (acron. see — Prantner)
  • JPB (acron. see — ?)
  • JPi (acron. see — Piltz)
  • JRK (acron. see — ?)
  • JS (acron. see — J. Sladkovskэ (MS))
  • JU (acron. see — Jucker)
  • Juana Azurduy (pr. Chuquisaca)
  • Jucanas (mis. see — Junacas)
  • Jucker, HJ, JU, J (H. Jucker)
  • juckeri [S]
  • juckerii (see — juckeri)
  • Juella (Jueya — Jujuy, NW Tilcara)
  • jujuana (mis. see — jujuyana)
  • Jujui (see — Jujuy)
  • Jujuy . San Salvador de Jujuy (Arg. Jujuy)
  • jujuyana
  • jujuyensis
  • Jukker (see — Jucker)
  • Julencia (see — WR 641 )
  • Julenica. (see — Julencia)
  • Junacas (Tarija)
  • Junkker (mis. see — Jucker)
  • JV (acron. ambig. see — De Vries (VZ) || Vacovsky (VAC))
  • K (acron. ambig.5, see — Koehres || Kдsinger || Katterman || Kew, RGBH || Kaktimex exped.)
  • KA (acron. ambig. see — Augustin || Karsten)
  • Kairani (. see — Kayarani)
  • Kami (Cochab.)
  • kamiensis [S]
  • kamniensis (mis. see — kamiensis)
  • Karachi Pampa (Potosi, Bustillos) RH
  • Kargl (F. Kargl)
  • kargliana [W]
  • karinziana (mis. see — krainziana)
  • kariusiana KA (G. K. W. H. Karsten)
  • karusiana, karuisiana (mis. see — kariusiana)
  • karvinskyana. karwinskyana ?
  • KAS (acron. see — Kasperski)
  • Kasperski, KAS (L. Kasperski)
  • Kayarani, Cayarani (Cochab.) (SE. RH )
  • KB (acron. ambig. see — Beckert || W. Kraehenbuehl)
  • keislingiana, keislingii (mis. see — kieslingii)
  • Kesselring, Kess. (W. Kesselring)
  • kesselringiana
  • Kevina Khasa, Khuwiña K’asa (Cochab.)
  • KF (acron. see — Kuehhas || Kiesling (KI) Ch.Hefti)
  • khamiensis (mis. see — kamiensis)
  • Khara Loma (Cochab. Mizque) RH
  • Khasa (Cochab.)
  • KHM (acron. see — Mьller)
  • Khucho Ingenio, Khuchu Ingenio (see — Cucho Ingenio)
  • Khulku (Ch’saca, Oropeza) RH
  • Kiesling, M. (see — MK)
  • Kiesling, RK (R. Kiesling)
  • kieslingiana (see — kieslingii)
  • kieslingii
  • Kimnach, MK, SELI (M. Kimnach)
  • kimnachii [S]
  • kinmannii [S] (JD 150) (see — kimnachii ?)
  • Kirschnek, EK (E. Kirschnek)
  • KJN (acron. see — Kupcak P.)
  • KK (acron. see — Knize)
  • KKC
  • KKK
  • Klaasen, PK, S (P. Klaasen, see — S)
  • Klinkhammer, HJK (H. J. Klinkhammer)
  • klisensis (see — clizensis)
  • KM (acron. see — Mueller, K. H.)
  • KMR (acron. Miroslav Kupибk)
  • Knize, KK, KZ, Kz (K. Knнѕe)
  • knizei [R / W / Cintia]
  • knizeii, knizey (see — knizei [W])
  • knizii (see — knizei)
  • Knucho Ingemio (mis. see — Cucho Ingenio)
  • knupperiana (mis. see — kupperiana)
  • Knuth, KN (F. M. Knuth, K. Knuth)
  • knuthiana Kцhl. see — schmiedcheniana)
  • Koehres, Kц, KOH, GK, K (G. Kцhres)
  • koehresiana [W] (see — koehresii)
  • koehresii [S / W]
  • kohresi, kohresii (see — koehresii)
  • koheresii (mis. see — koehresii)
  • Kozii [R] *** (Mediolobivia spec.) dat. Saniter 95
  • KP (acron. see — Kupcak)
  • Krahn, WK, (Kr, KR, WF) (W. Krahn)
  • krahni (see — krahnii)
  • krahnii [S]
  • krainsiana (mis. see — krainziana)
  • Krainz, KZ (H. Krainz)
  • krainzeana (mis. see — krainziana)
  • krainziana
  • krainzianus (see — krainziana)
  • kraiziana (mis. see — krainziana)
  • kreugeri (mis. see — krugeri, krugerae)
  • Kreuzinger (K. G. Kreuzinger)
  • kruegerae (see — krugeri, krugerae)
  • kruegeri (see — krugeri, krugerae)
  • kruegerii (see — krugeri, krugerae)
  • krugeri, krugerae [S]
  • krugerii (see — krugeri, krugerae)
  • kruegesi, kruegesri (mis. see — kruegeri)
  • KrV (K. G. Kreuzinger, Verzeichnis, 1935)
  • KU (acron. ) (KU 13 )
  • Kucho Ingenio (Potorн)
  • Kuehhas, FK KF (F. Kuehhas, Kьhhas)
  • Kuenzler, HK, NM (H. Kuenzler, Kьnzler)
  • kunzeana (?)
  • Kupcak, PK, KP, KJN (P. Kupибk)
  • kuperiana, kuppeniana (mis. see — kupperiana)
  • Kupper (W. Kupper)
  • kupperana (see — kupperiana)
  • kupperiana
  • kuprea (see — cuprea)
  • KZ, Kz (acron. ambig. see — Knнѕe || Krainz)
  • M. spec. (Mediolobivia species, see — Rebutia)
  • M (see — Rebutia cv.) (M 500 )
  • M (acron. ambig.6, see — Markus (EM) || D. Metzing || Slaba (SL) || M. G. McLeod || J. Mikulas || Lambert (JL))
  • MA (acron. see — Knнѕe?) (MA 512 — W. cintiensis. MA 741 — W. lecoriensis )
  • Madinga (mut. see — Mandinga)
  • magentaflora (N 8)
  • Machacamarca (Bol.)
  • Mairana (Santa Cruz)
  • mairanana [R / S / W]
  • mairananensis [W]
  • mairanensis KK (see — mairanana, mairananensis)
  • mairanensis KK (KK 1803 — mairana n. n. mairanana n. n.)
  • maisterstuck (see — ‘Meisterstuck’)
  • major
  • makusii (mis. see — markusii)
  • malochii
  • Mal Paso (Bol.)
  • mamillaris (see — mammillaris, mamillosa)
  • mamillosa
  • mammillaris
  • mammilata (see — Friи )*
  • mammilosa, mammillosa (see — mamillosa)
  • mammosa ?
  • mammulosa ?
  • mammuosa (mis. see — mammillosa)
  • Mandinga (Cordillera Mandinga — Cadena Mandinga)
  • mandingaensis
  • ‘Mandy’ (cv.)
  • MAP (acron. see — Arandia)
  • Maragua (Potosi, 31km SW Ravelo)
  • marcusii (see — markusii)
  • Marek, MM (M. Marek)
  • maresii (see — Borg )*
  • margarathae (mis. see — margarethae)
  • margaretae (see — margarethae)
  • margarethae
  • mariana [S]
  • mariae (see — marieae)
  • marieae
  • marianae (see — mariana)
  • Markus, M, EM (E. Markus)
  • markusi (see — markusii)
  • markusii [S]
  • markuzii (see — markusii)
  • marnesii (mis. see — maresii)
  • Marshall, TM (T. D. Marshall)
  • marsoneri
  • marsonerii (see — marsoneri)
  • Martin, RRM (R. R. Martin)
  • Mataral (W Mairana, Santa Cruz || Estancia Mataral, S Quiroga, Campero)
  • mataralensis [W]
  • Matoral (Rio Chico, Rio Oropeza)
  • matoralensis (see — KK 1522)
  • maxima
  • maximiflora (see — Friи )*
  • Mayor, mayor (see — major)
  • MB (acron. ambig.4. see — v. d. Pieterman || Bechthold || Momberger || Maugham-Brown)
  • MC (acron. ambig.3, see — Minnich (WM, Minn.) || Walker || Cбrdenas)
  • ME (acron, see — Hjertson)
  • Mecklenburg, RM (Reiner Mecklenburg)
  • Mediolobivia (gen. subgen. spec. see — Rebutia, see — Aylostera)
  • megalacerisisis. (see — vallegrandensis)
  • MG (acron. Mesa Garden, see — Brack)
  • ‘Meisterstück’ (hybr. Stirnandel)
  • meisterstuk (see — ‘Meisterstьck’)
  • melachlora
  • melachroma (mis. see — melachlora)
  • melanea
  • melanistic, melanistes (KK 849 )
  • melanocentra
  • melanotricha
  • Mendez (Tarija)
  • Mendoza (Ch’saca, B. Boeto) RH
  • menesesi (see — menesesii)
  • menesesii [S]
  • menesessii, menesiesii, menessii, menesii (mis. see — menesesii)
  • mentosa [S]
  • mentoza (see — mentosa)
  • Meregalli, MM, ML (M. Meregalli)
  • Mieczakowski, MPL (M. Mieczakowski)
  • middendorfii [?] dat. SeedSearch 2003
  • Millares (Potosн)
  • Mina Asientos, Minas Asientos (see — Asientos)
  • Mina Cobija (Potosi, S.Chichas) RH
  • mini (see — RW 382)
  • miniflora (see — Friи )*
  • minima [R / S]
  • minimiflora (see — Friи )*
  • minimatiflora dat. Plapp 2007
  • miniscula (see — minuscula)
  • Minnich, WM, Minn. MC (W. S. Minnich)
  • minor [R / S]
  • minuscola (mis. see — minuscula)
  • minuscula
  • minusculus [Echinocactus]
  • minutissima
  • miolascens (mis. see — violascens)
  • miranda [W]
  • Miskha Pampa (Ch’saca) RH
  • misquensis, misqensis, misquiensis (see — mizquensis)
  • mitida (mis. see — nitida)
  • mitis, mithis
  • mixta
  • mixticolor
  • Miyuyoc (Jujuy) RH
  • mizqiuiensis, mizquinsis (mis. see — mizquensis)
  • mizque (see — Mizque)
  • Mizque (Cochab.)
  • mizquensis [R / S]
  • MK (acron. ambig. 3, M. Kimnach || M. Kiesling || M. Kaplan)
  • ML (acron. ambig.4, see — Lee || Meregalli (MM) || M. Lacoste || I. Milt)
  • MLo (acron. see — ?)
  • MLV (acron. see — Vereb)
  • MM (acron. see — Marek || Meregalli (ML))
  • MN (acron. see — Winberg)
  • mocharasensis [W] (WR 677 )
  • Mojocoya (Ch’saca)
  • mojocoyensis [S]
  • mojokoyensis (see — mojocoyensis)
  • Molinero (Cochab.)
  • Monte Puncho (see — Monte Punco)
  • Monte Punci (mis. see — Monte Punco)
  • Monte Punco, Montepunco, Monte Puncu, Monte Punku (Cochab. NW Totora) (SE. JO. )
  • Montes (Tarija)
  • morenoensis (WR 522 )
  • Moro-Moro (Cochab.) (WK)
  • mosalbiflora (mis. see — rosalbiflora)
  • moyocojensis (mut. see — mojocoyensis)
  • Moyuguiri, Muyuquiri (Ch’saca, 15km N Camargo) (VS. JO. )
  • MPL (acron. see — Mieczakowski)
  • mqamillosa (mis. see — mamillosa)
  • MS (acron. ambig. 5. )
  • MT (acron. M. Tvrdнk)
  • Mucha, MU (A. Mucha)
  • Mudana (Arg. see — Cerro Mudana, see — Santa Ana, )
  • mudanaensis (see — mudanensis)
  • mudanensis KHM, KM (K. H. Mьller)
  • Mueller, RMR (R. Mьller)
  • muelleri [S]
  • Muhr, FM, B (Dorotea Muhr)
  • multicolor (FR 1108 )
  • multicolor [W] dat. E-P 2009
  • multicostata
  • multiflora
  • multilanata [W]. (see — ?) dat. Kudela
  • multiplex [Echinopsis]
  • multispina [W]
  • munadensis, mundaensis, mundanensis (mis. see — mudanensis)
  • muricata
  • Mьsch (G. Mьsch, see — muschii)
  • muschii [S]
  • muscula
  • MV (acron. see — Vereb)
  • MW (acron. ambig. Walker || Winberg (MN)) (MW 31 )
  • MWS (acron. M. Winberg, SuccSeed)
  • P (acron. see — Piltz (JPi))
  • Pacheo, Pacheco (see — Arandia)
  • Pachiri (Potosi) RH
  • padkaensisi (mis. see — padcayensis)
  • Padcaya (Tarija, Arce)
  • padcayensis
  • Padcayo. (mut. see — Padcaya, see — Padcoyo)
  • Padcoyo, Payacota (Ch’saca)
  • Padilla (Ch’saca, Tomina)
  • Padilla (see — Orellano Padilla)
  • paenesis (mis. see — paznensis, paznaensis)
  • Paichu, Pajchu (Tarija)
  • Pajcha (Cochab. Mizque)
  • Palca de Aparzo. Palca Aparzo (Jujuy)
  • Palca Grande (Tarija)
  • Palcoyo, Pilcoyo (Ch’saca)
  • ‘Pale lila’ (xanthocarpa f. Donald)
  • palida (see — pallida)
  • pallida
  • pallidior
  • Palqui, San Luis de Palqui (RH 2049a )
  • Palta Loma (Ch’saca, N.Cinti) RH
  • pampagardensis (mis. see — pampagrandensis)
  • Pampa Grande (Rancho P. G. — Cochab. || Ch’saca)
  • pampagrandense (see — pampagrandensis)
  • pampagrandensis [S]
  • pampagrendensis (mis. see — pampagrandensis)
  • Pampa Mochara. Mocho-Pampa (Potosн, E Tupiza)
  • Pampa Tambo (Potosн, N Otavн)
  • Pamparayo (Tarija, Aviles — RH | Potosi, Sud Chichas)
  • Pampas Punta (Ch’saca) RH
  • Panduro (Oruro)
  • Paredon (Ch’saca)
  • Paredones (see — Anzaldo)
  • parifera (?)
  • paropeana (mis. see — pasopayana)
  • parquetopari. (mis. see — Parque Tunari)
  • Parque Tunari (Cochab.)
  • parvula
  • Paschja, Pasjcha (see — Pajcha)
  • Pasopaya (Ch’saca, 44km NE Sucre)
  • pasopayana [S]
  • Pasorapa (Cochab. 27km SW Saipina)
  • Pastos (Potosi, S.Chichas) RH
  • Pata Corral (Santa Cruz, Vallegrande) RH
  • Pata Puna (Ch’saca, B. Boeto) RH
  • patcajensis, patcayensis (mis. see — padcayensis)
  • patercalyx, patiricalyx (mis. see — patericalyx)
  • patericalix (see — patericalyx)
  • patericalyx
  • patersonii (mis. see — petersonii)
  • Patillas (Tarija)
  • patriciae, patricii [S]
  • pattericalyx (see — patericalyx)
  • pauciareolata
  • pauciareolatus (see — pauciareolata)
  • paucicostata
  • paucipetala (2x see — Friи )*
  • Payacota, del Carmen Payacota (see — Padcoyo)
  • Pazna (Pazсa — Oruro)
  • paznaensis
  • paznensis (KK 969 )
  • PB (acron. see — ?)
  • PC (acron. see — Иesal)
  • pectinata [R / S]
  • pectinifera (KK 1893 )
  • pectininata (mis. see — pectinata)
  • pedroensis [S]
  • peltziana (mis. see — pelzliana)
  • peltzliana (see — pelzliana)
  • pelzliana
  • pelziana, pelztliana (mis. see — pelzliana)
  • Peña Colorado (Cochab.)
  • Penasquito, Penasquio (San Juan, Jбchal) (WR 557 )
  • pendulina (L 416 )
  • perblexa, perflexa (mis. see — perplexa)
  • perifera, periferia
  • permut (mis. see — permutata)
  • permutata
  • perpexiflora (mis. see — perplexiflora)
  • perplesca (mis. see — perplexa)
  • perplexa Pitcaya; mis. see — padcayensis. || pilcayensis ?)
  • Piedra de Molinos, Piedra del Molina, Piedro del Molina (see — Piedra del Molino)
  • Piedra del Molino (Salta, Cachipampa)
  • Piedra Larga (Tarija)
  • Piedro Largo (see — Piedra Larga)
  • Pieterman, Marja v. d. (see — MB)
  • pigmea (see — pygmaea)
  • Pilaya (Ch’saca)
  • pilayacantha ?
  • pilayensis [R / S]
  • pilcayensis. (see — pilayensis?)
  • pilcomayensis
  • pilcomayoensis [W] (= pilcomayensis)
  • pilifera
  • pilosa (KK 858 )
  • Piltz, P (J. Piltz, B. Tarabuco) (VZ 186 )
  • PK (acron. ambig.3, see — Klaasen (S) || Kupибk || Kramer)
  • platagona, platygola (mis. see — platygona)
  • platense [W]. (see — platygona)
  • platygona [W]
  • platygonus (see — platygona)
  • pluneirosea [W]. (see — pruinosa)
  • PM (acron. ambig.3, see — Preston-Mafham || Momberger (MB) || Malнk)
  • Pocona *
  • poecilantha
  • poecilacantha, poecillantha (see — poecilantha)
  • Pojo (Puente Pojo, Bol. see — pojoensis)*
  • pojoensis [S]
  • pojoniensis [S] (WR 671 )
  • polymorpha [S]
  • polypetala
  • polypethala (see — polypetala)
  • Poopу (Oruro)
  • popensis
  • Popo (mis. see — Poopу, Poopo)
  • Poroma (Ch’saca)
  • Poscaya, Poscoya (Arg.) (RH 584 )
  • Pot JK (J. Pot JP (J. Prantner)
  • PR (acron. ambig. see — Riesener (Rie) || Prestlй (KPR))
  • prantneri [S]
  • prantnerii (see — prantneri)
  • Presto (Ch’saca, E Sucre)
  • Preston-Mafham, PM (R. pseudominuscola (see — pseudominuscula)
  • pseudominuscula
  • pseudominuta. (see — nitida ?)
  • pseudopectinata. (WR 806 ?)
  • pseudopygmaea (FR 1122 )
  • pseudoreicheanus [Reicheocactus]
  • pseudoritteri
  • pseudoschiedeana Pucchia (see — Pajcha)
  • Pueblo Viejo (Bol.|| Arg.)
  • Puente (W Saipina) (JO )
  • Puente Arce (Cochab.) (FR )
  • Puente Pilcomayo — Otuyo (Potosн, see — pilcomayoensis, pilcomayensis)
  • Puente Sucre (Ch’saca) (AW )
  • Puerta Tastil (see — Tastil)
  • puchella, pulcheliana (mis. see — pulchella)
  • pujilensis (see — puyilensis)
  • Pujuni (Cochab. Pojoni?) RH
  • pulchella
  • pulchera (Card. 6310) (see — pulchra)
  • pulchra [S]
  • pulquensis (mis. see — pulquinensis)
  • Pulquina, San Josй de Pulquina (Santa Cruz)
  • pulquinensis [W]
  • pulquitensis (mis. see — pulquinensis)
  • pulvinata (FR 760)
  • pulvinosa
  • pulvispina
  • pumila (L 351 )
  • pumilla (see — Friи )*
  • Punata (Cochab. 7km W Arani)
  • Purmamarca (Jujuy)
  • purpurea [S]
  • puyilensis (WR 679 )
  • pygmaea [R / W]
  • pygmea [R(diff.) / W(diff.)] (see — pygmaea)
  • pygmeae, pygnaea (mis. see — pygmea, pygmaea)
  • Pygmaeolobivia (subgen. see — Rebutia)
  • pylcomayonensis (mut. see — pilcomayoensis)
  • pyramidalis (see — Friи )*
  • Quebrada Agua Blanca (Tucumбn)
  • Quebrada de Escoipe (Salta)
  • Quebrada de Huamhuaca (mis. see — Qda de Humahuaca)
  • Quebrada de Humahuaca (Jujuy)
  • Quebrada del Toro (Salta)
  • Quebrada Lipan (see — Lipan)
  • Questa Obispo (see — Cuesta Obispo, Cuesta del Obispo)
  • Questa de Sama (see — Cuesta de Sama)
  • Questa Toquero (Arg. see — Toquero?)
  • Quila Quila (Ch’saca) RH
  • Quillacollo (Cochab.)
  • Quine (Santa Cruz, Caballero) RH
  • Quiroga (Cochab. Campero)
  • Quiroya (mis. see — Quiroga, see — mairanana)
  • Quis (Ch’saca)
  • Quisana (Ch’saca)
  • Quisana Loma (Ch’saca, S.Cinti) RH
  • R (acron. ambig.3, see — Rausch (WR) || Wahl (RW) || Rektoшнk — Rebutia cv. x. hybrid — R 2. R 5. R 6. R 500 )
  • R. spec. (Rebutia species, see — Rebutia)
  • radekii [S]
  • radicata. (see — brunneoradicata ?)
  • raffaellii
  • Rakos (A. Rбkos) (Mediolobivia spec. Rakos) dat. Saniter 95
  • Ramadas (see — Mal Paso)
  • Ramirez, HR (H. Ramirez)
  • ramosa ?
  • Rancho Pampa Grande (Cochabamba || Ch’saca)
  • Rancho Santa Rosa (HJ 490 )
  • Rancho Zapata (Cochab.)*
  • Rauch (mis. see — Rausch)
  • Rauh, R, RK (W. Rauh)
  • rauhii (mis. see — raulii)
  • raulii
  • Rausch, R, WR (W. Rausch)
  • rauschi (see — rauschii)
  • rauschii [R / S]
  • rauschsii (mis. see — rauschii)
  • ravaloensis [W]. ( dat. Lodй. raveloensis. see — Ravelo)
  • Ravelo (Potosн)
  • RB (acron. P. Rebut)
  • RBC (acron. Ramirez Bothers Cacti)
  • RBT (acron. see — ?) (see — M. spec. RBT 49-2001 — cincinnata ?)
  • RC (acron. V. Ronиkeviи)
  • Rebut, RB (P. Rebut, see — Rebutia)
  • Rebutia (gen. subgen. sectio. spec.)
  • Rebutia sp. spec. ( see — Rebutia)
  • rebutioides [Mediolobivia — Lobivia]
  • rebutioides [S] (crispata f. nov. RH)
  • rectispina [S]
  • Redention Pampa (see — Villa Redenciуn Pampa) (gemmae)
  • ‘Red Flower’ (senilis f. Donald)
  • reichei [Echinocactus]
  • Reicheocactus (subgen. sectio. see — Rebutia)
  • reichii (mut. see — reichei)
  • Rektoшнk (hybrid. see — R)
  • renatae [S]
  • residua Hacienda Ressini (Ch’saca, Sucre)
  • ressiniana (Ing. Ressini, Hacienda Ressini)
  • Reyes (Rio Reyes, see — Termas de Reyes, Jujuy)
  • RF (acron. ambig.3, see — Ferryman || Fidelio || Frйlich)
  • RH (acron. see — Hillmann)
  • Rie (acron. see — Riesener (PR))
  • Riesener, Rie, RIE, PR (P. Riesener)
  • rigidispina (see — Friи )*
  • Шнha, JR (Jan Шнha)
  • Rinconada (Jujuy) (Hoffmann 1689 )
  • Rio Ayopaya (Cochab.)
  • Rio Bermejo (Tarija)
  • Rio Caine (Cochabamba, Cochabamba — Potosн)
  • Rio Cajas (Tarija, Cajas, Santa Rosa — Rio Pilaya, see — Cajas)
  • Rio Canadas, Rio Cañadas (Ch’saca, Azurduy) (RH )
  • Rio Challamarca (Ch’saca)
  • Rio Chico (Oropeza, N Sucre) (FR 815, L 985 — longigibba)
  • Rio Cotacajes (Cochab.)
  • Rio Grande (Cochabamba — Ch’saca, Ch’saca — Santa Cruz || Jujuy)
  • riograndense [W] (see — riograndensis)
  • riograndensis [S / W]
  • riograndis [W] (mis. see — riograndensis)
  • Rio Honda (Ch’saca)
  • Rio Hornos (Jujuy) RH
  • Rio Huya Llas, Huayllas (Potosн, W Ravelo)
  • Rio Inca Rodeo (Tarija, Mendez) RH
  • Rio Iruya (Salta, see — Iruya)
  • Rio Julpe [S] (G 186)
  • Rio Liruyuni (Potosi, Charcas) RH
  • Rio Mizque (Cochabamba — Santa Cruz)
  • rio-orensis [W] (KK 1758 )
  • Rio Pilaya (Ch’saca — Tarija)
  • Rio Presto (Ch’saca, see — Presto) (HS )
  • Rio Quiscoli Mayu (Ch’saca)
  • Rio Salto (Potosн)
  • Rio San Juan de Oro (Bol.)
  • Rio Santa Rosa (see — Santa Rosa)
  • Rio Suquistaca (see — Suquistaca)
  • Rio Tucma (Cochab.) RH
  • Rio Yura (Potosi, Quijarro) RH
  • ritida, ritten (mis. see — nitida / ritteri)
  • Ritter, RITT, Ritt. FR (F. Ritter)
  • ritteri [R / S]
  • ritteriana, ritterii (see — ritteri)
  • ‘River orange’ (cv.)
  • RK (acron. ambig. see — Kiesling R. || Rauh W.)
  • RM (acron. see — Mecklenburg)
  • RMF, RF (acron. see — Ferryman)
  • RMR (acron. ambig, see — Mueler, R. || Ferryman)
  • roberto-vasqueziana (see — roberto-vasquezii)
  • robertovasquezii (see — roberto-vasquezii)
  • roberto-vasquezii [S]
  • robusta
  • robustiflora
  • robustior
  • robustipirca (mis. see — robustispina)
  • robustispina [R / S]
  • robustuspina (mis. see — robustispina)
  • Rocha (Inp. Ing. Rocha; see also — Rojas) (BK 10 )
  • Rodeo (Cochab. 15km E Arani) (JO )
  • Rodeo Grande (RH 562, RH 561 )
  • Rodeo Pampa (Salta)
  • Rojas (T. Rojas, see — RW, Rojas RW, LF)
  • rosaalbiflora. (see — violascens, see — rosalbiflora)
  • rosalbiflora
  • rosea
  • rosealbiflora (see — rosalbiflora)
  • roseana ?
  • roseiaurata
  • roseiflora
  • roseoalba
  • roseoalba (WR 642 ?)
  • roseoalbiflora ?
  • ‘Rose of York’ (cv.)
  • rosiflora
  • rosiflora [S]
  • rotundipetala (WR 334 )
  • Rovida, GR (G. Rovida)
  • rovidana
  • Rov№ek, Rovsek, ZR (Z. Rov№ek)
  • RRM (acron. see — Martin)
  • rubelliflora
  • rubeluflora (mis. see — rubelliflora)
  • ruberiflora (ambig. see — rubelliflora || rubriflora)
  • ruberrima (AVF)
  • rubiflora (WR 494. see — rubriflora)
  • rubiginosa
  • rubispina
  • rubliflora (mis. see — rubriflora)
  • rubra [S]
  • rubricostata ?
  • rubrifilamentosa
  • rubriflora [R / S / W?]
  • rubrispina [R / S ]
  • rubriviridae ?
  • rubriviride (see — rubriviridis)
  • rubriviridea (see — rubriviridae)
  • rubriviridis
  • rubro-aurea [S]
  • rubroaurea (see — rubro-aurea)
  • rubroviridis (see — rubriviridis)
  • rubustispina (mis. see — robustispina)
  • ‘Ruby’ (cv.)
  • ruficeps
  • rufinispina (mis. see — rufispina)
  • rufispina
  • rulpina (mis. see — vulpina)
  • Ruoff, HR (H. Ruoff)
  • rutiliflora
  • rutiloflora (see — rutiliflora)
  • RV (acron. see — Vasquez)
  • RW (acron. ambig. see — Wahl || Rojas see — Rebutia)
  • S (acron. ambig.3, see — Schmidt || Klaasen (PK) || Schlosser (Schl. SC))
  • Saarbrucken (hybrid orig.)
  • Sacaba (Cochab.) (HS )
  • Sacabamba (Cochab.) (markusii)
  • saetosa [W]
  • Saint-Pie (see — saint-pieana)
  • saint-pieana [W] (KK 1987 )
  • saiperdaiana (mis. see — sieperdaiana)
  • saipiana. [W] (KK 1757)
  • saipieana (mis. see — saint-pieana || see — saipineana? saipinensis)
  • Saipina (Santa Cruz, Florida, S Comarapa)
  • saipinensis [S / W]
  • Sajpuco (Ch’saca, Azurduy) RH
  • Salinas (Ch’saca, S.Cinti) RH
  • Salitre (Ch’saca)
  • salmiana (mis. see — salmonea) || (Salm?))
  • salmior, salmor (mis. see — salmon, salmonea)
  • salmon (mut. see — salmonea)
  • salmonea
  • salmonela (mis. see — salmonea)
  • salmoniae (mis. see — salmonea)
  • salpingantha
  • Salta (Arg.)
  • saltensis
  • saltiaginensis (mis. see — santiaginensis)
  • Sama (Tarija)
  • samaensis [S]
  • San Antonio (Bol.|| Arg.)
  • San Felipe (Salta, Sierra Santa Victoria)
  • San Fernando de Escoipe
  • San Francisco (Arg. || Bol.) (RH 1335a. RH 1337 )
  • San Fransisco (mis. see — San Francisco)
  • sanguinae (mis. see — sanguinea)
  • sanguinea Iruya)
  • San Josй de Jбchal, Jбchal (Arg. San Juan)
  • San Juan (Arg. — provincia, see — sanjuanensis)
  • San Juan de Oro (Jujuy)
  • sanjuanensis [Lob. — Echinopsis]
  • San Lorenzo (Ch’saca || Tarija ||. )
  • San Lucas (Ch’saca)
  • San Martin (Qda de Escoipe) (WR 661 )
  • San Pedro (Bol. || Arg.)
  • San Pedro de Buena Vista (Potosi, Charcas) RH
  • sanquinea (mis. see — sanguinea)
  • Santa Ana (Arg. Jujuy || Bol. Tarija)
  • Santa Barbara (Salta || Jujuy)
  • Santa Catalina (Jujuy)
  • Santa Cruz
  • Santa Elena (Ch’saca)
  • Santa Laura (see — Abra de Santa Laura)
  • Santa Rosa, Rio Santa Rosa (Cochab.) (JO 693)
  • Santa Rosa de Tastil (Salta, see — Tastil)
  • Santa Victoria (Salta)
  • santiagensis [S] (see — santiaginiensis)
  • santiagiensis [S] (see — santiaginiensis)
  • santiaginensis [S] (see — santiaginiensis)
  • santiaginiensis
  • Santiago, Cuesta de Santiago (Cochab. 60km S Cochabamba)
  • santiagoensis [S] (see — santiaginiensis)
  • santiaguensis [S] (mut. see — santiaginiensis)
  • sant-pieana (see — saint-pieana)
  • San Vicente (Mina Asientos, Cochab. W Aiquile)
  • San Vincente (mut RH, see — San Vicente)
  • sarahtroides, sarathroides, sarathtroides sarothmides, sarothoides (mis. see — sarothroides)
  • Sargant, SH (D. Sargant)
  • sarothroides
  • sarotroides (see — sarothroides)
  • saxatilis [S]
  • Sayari (Bol.) (FR 752a)
  • SC (acron. ambig. # || I. S. Collenette (Coll.) || Schlosser (Schl. S))
  • scarlata (see — scarlatea)
  • scarlatea
  • Schдdlich, VOS, VoS (V. Schдdlich)
  • schatzeliana (see- schatzliana)
  • schatzliana
  • schatzlianum (see- schatzliana)
  • scheiliana (mis. see — schieliana)
  • schieleana (see — schieliana)
  • schieliana
  • schileiana (see — schieliana)
  • Schlosser, Schl. SC, S (H. S. Schlosser)
  • Schmidt, S (R. Schmidt, see — S)
  • schmiedcheni (see — schmiedcheniana)
  • schmiedcheniana
  • schmiedchenianae (mis. see — schmiedcheniana)
  • schmiedickeana (mis. see — schmiedcheniana)
  • schneideriana
  • Scholz, ES (E. Scholz)
  • schumanniana
  • schumanii (see — schumanniana)
  • Schweich, DSW (D. Schweich)
  • scoparia (see — Friи )*
  • ©eda, SE (V. ©eda)
  • seinoana (see — seinoiana)
  • seinoiana [S]
  • seint-pieana (see — saint-pieana) dat. Saniter 95
  • SELI (see — Kimnach, Linden / HBG Expedition)
  • semicolumnaris
  • semperflorens
  • semperflorus (mut. see — semperflorens)
  • senilis [R / S]
  • senoiana (mis. see — seinoiana)
  • Sergipe (acron. see — SE)
  • Serque (Ch’saca)
  • Serrano (see — Villa Serrano)
  • setifera (WR 333b )
  • Setirebutia (sectio. see — Rebutia)
  • Sevencani (see — Sivingani)
  • Sevingamaya (see — Sivingamayo)
  • sevinquimaya (mis. see — sewingamaya)
  • sewingamaya [W]
  • Sewingamaya (see — Sivingamayo)
  • sewingamayor, sewinquimaya (mis. see — sewingamaya)
  • SH (acron. see — Sargant)
  • Siberia (see — Epizana)
  • Sica Sica. (Sucre. || 2x Santa Cruz, E Saipina, )
  • siedertiana (mis. see — sieperdaiana, sieperdana)
  • sieperdainana (mis. see — sieperdaiana, sieperdana)
  • sieperdaiana sieperdana)
  • sieperdiana (see — sieperdaiana, sieperdana)
  • Sierra de Famatima (mis. see — Sierra de Famatina)
  • Sierra de Famatina (La Rioja)
  • Sierra Mandinga (see — Mandinga)
  • Sierra de Medina (Tucumбn)
  • Sierra de Punila (La Rioja — San Juan)
  • Sierra Padcoja (Bol.)
  • Sierra Santa Victoria (Jujuy — Salta)
  • Sierra de Zenta (Jujuy — Salta)
  • similis
  • Simon, SM (W. Simon)
  • simonea, simoneana (mis. see — simoniana)
  • simoniana [R / S]
  • singularis
  • siperdaiana (see — sieperdaiana, sieperdana)
  • Sivincani (see — Sivingani)
  • Sivingamayo, Sivingamayu, Sevingamayo, Sevingamaya, Sewingamaya (Nor Cinti) (see — sewingamaya)
  • Sivingani (Cochab.) (WR 195a)
  • SL (acron. ambig. see — Slaba || Linden (SELI, LD))
  • Slaba, SL, Sl. SS, M (R. Slaba)
  • Sladkovskэ, JS, (MS) (J. Sladkovskэ)
  • Smith, WS (G. Smith)
  • ‘Smal lila ‘ (cv.)
  • ‘Snow White’ (cv.)
  • ©olc, SC? E© (E. ©olc, non ES)
  • solcii (LF 238a. LF 238b )
  • solisiodes (mis. RH. see — solisioides)
  • solisioides [R / S]
  • solisoides [S] (KK 1838)
  • Sombrero ?
  • Sombrevo. (see — Sombrero)
  • Sopachuy, Supuchuy (Ch’saca, Tomina) (L 391, RH)
  • sordida (WR 220 )
  • ©orma, VS (V. ©orma)
  • sormae [S]
  • sorothroides (mis. see — sarothroides)
  • sp. spec. (species)
  • ‘Spatula’ (marsoneri cv.)
  • spathulta (see — spathulata)
  • spathulata
  • spec 309 (. see — crispata )
  • spec 310 (. see — tiraquensis )
  • spec 557 (. see — arenacea )
  • spectabilis (WR 333c — raffaellii)
  • speganinii, spegaziana, spegazziana (mis. see — spegazziniana)
  • Spegazzini, Speg. (C. Spegazzini)
  • Spegazzinia (see — mentosa. torotorensis. markusii. purpurea ,)
  • spegaziniana, spegasiniana (see — spegazziniana)
  • spegazziniana
  • spegazzinii (see — spegazziniana)
  • sphaerica
  • spiniflora
  • spinisissima (see — spinosissima)
  • spinniflora (mis. see — spiniflora)
  • spinosa
  • spinosior [R / S]
  • spinosissior. (see — spinosior)
  • spinosissima
  • spinosossima, spinossima, spinossissima (mut. see — spinosissima)
  • spiralisepala
  • splendens US (U. Springmayer)
  • SS (acron. SuccSeed, see — Winberg)
  • ssp. subsp. subspec.(subspecies)
  • steimanni (mis. see — steinmannii)
  • steimbachii (mis. see — steinbachii)
  • steinbachii [S]
  • steineckei
  • steineckeri (mis. see — steineckei)
  • steinmanii, steinmanni (see — steinmannii)
  • steinmanniana (see — steinmannii)
  • steinmannii
  • stelbachii (mis. see — steinbachii)
  • stellata [M] (see — Friи )*
  • stellata [R]
  • ‘Stichting’ (maxima cf.)
  • Stimadel, Stirnadel (mis. see — Stirnandel)
  • Stirnandel (see — ‘Meisterstьck’)
  • STO (acron. STands fьr standOrt — H. Amerhauser, F. Strigl, H. Till)
  • straminea [S] (KK 1837)
  • striata
  • stricta
  • struwelpeter (see — Friи )*
  • stuemeri, stuemeriana
  • subemeriana (mis. see — stuemeriana)
  • subfusca [S]
  • ©ubнk (R. ©ubнk)
  • sublimiflora
  • subterranea [S] (KK 2031)
  • subthutiana (mis. see — supthutiana)
  • Sucre (Ch’saca, Sucre)
  • sucrensis [S / W]
  • Sucreños ?
  • sulcomammillata (see — Friи )*
  • Sulcorebutia (gen. subgen. spec. see — Rebutia)
  • Sumaya (Ch’saca)
  • sumayana
  • ‘Sunrise’ (cv.)
  • supthuniana (mis. see — supthutiana)
  • Supthut (Dieter Supthut)
  • supthutiana
  • suptuthiana, suptutiana (see — supthutiana)
  • Suquistaca. Suquistaco (Ch’saca)
  • suquistacaensis (see — suquistacensis)
  • suquistacensis
  • suquistacoensis (see — suquistacensis)
  • suquistasensis, suquistiensis (mis. see — suquistacensis)
  • sutruwelpeter (see — struwelpeter)
  • ‘svмtlo cihlovэ kvмt’ ?
  • svobodae (see — swobodae)
  • SW (acron. see — ?)
  • Swoboda, HS (H. Swoboda)
  • swobodae
  • Tabladitas (Jujuy)
  • tabularis (see — Friи )*
  • Tacacuira (see — Tacaquira)
  • Tacaquira. Tocaquira (Ch’saca)
  • Tacomayo (WR 906 )
  • Tafna (Jujuy)
  • tafnaensis
  • tafoensis (mis. see — tafnaensis)
  • Talina (Potosн)
  • Tambo (Tarija)
  • tamboensis
  • Tambo Pampa (see — Pampa Tambo)
  • Tapacarн (Cochab.)
  • tarabucensis [S]
  • tarabucina [S ?]
  • Tarabuco (Ch’saca)
  • tarabucoensis [S]
  • Tarabuquillo (Ch’saca, Tomina) RH
  • Tarata (Cochab. Arce)
  • taratensis [S]
  • Tarcia. (Tarija) (KK 839 )
  • Tarija (Tarija)
  • tariensis (mis. see — tarijensis)
  • tarijensis [R / S]
  • tarjensis (mis. see — tarijensis)
  • Tarvita (Ch’saca)
  • tarvitaensis [R / S]
  • tarvitensis [R(diff.) / S(diff.)]
  • taryensis (mis. see — tarijensis)
  • Taso. Tasa Pampa. [R]
  • Tastil (Salta, NW Qda del Toro)
  • tatarensis. (mis. see — totorensis, taratensis)
  • Taunace. [S] dat. Koehres 2008 S-4902, Agbina 2000
  • TB (acron. see — Blaczkowski)
  • TD (acron. see — JD?) (td 330 )
  • teberosa (mis. see — tuberosa)
  • teresae
  • Terma de Reyes, Terme de Reyes, Termes de Reyes (see — Termas de Reyes)
  • termadereyes, termeadereyes (mis. see — Termas de Reyes)
  • Termas de Reyes (Jujuy)
  • theacantha (mis. see — ithiacantha)
  • theresae
  • Thiele, HTH (H. Thiele)
  • Thuru Mayu (Potosн) (RH 328 )
  • Tilcara (Jujuy)
  • tilcarensis
  • Tin Tin, Tintin (Cochab.)
  • tintinensis / tintiniensis [S]
  • Tiquipaya (Cochab. Quillacollo, NW Cochabamba, )
  • Tiquirpaya. Tiquilpaya (Cochab. Ayopaya, E Independencia)
  • tiraguensis (mis. see — tiraquensis)
  • Tiraque (Cochab.)
  • tiraquensis [S]
  • Tiraxi (Jujuy)
  • TL (Type Locality || acron. see — Linzen)
  • TM (acron. see — Marshall)
  • tocopilana (KK)
  • Tocopilla
  • Tolapampa (KK 1932)
  • Tomina (Ch’saca)
  • tominense [S]
  • tominensis [S / W?]
  • tominiensis [S] (see — tominense KK)
  • Toquero (Jujuy, 9km W Tafna)
  • Torata (Potosн)
  • Tornokhasa (Potosi, Bilbao) RH
  • toroterensis (mut. see — torotorensis)
  • torotorensis [S]
  • torotoriensis (see — torotorensis)
  • Torotoro (Potosн)
  • torquata
  • Torrecillas
  • Totora (Cochab.)
  • totoralensis [S]
  • totorensis [S]
  • Trancas (Cochab.)
  • Trancas (Tucumбn)
  • Trancas Blanca. (Arg.) (WR 697 )
  • trapaeciliptica (mis. see — tropaeolipicta)
  • Tres Cruces (Arg. || Bol.)
  • Tres Lagunas (Salta)
  • tribridgii ?
  • trojapampensis [S]
  • Troll (C. Troll)
  • troli (see — trollii)
  • trollii [S / W]
  • trolliii (mis. see — trollii)
  • tropaelepicta, tropaelipicta, tropaeoliphia, tropaeoliphyllum (mis. see — tropaeolipicta)
  • tropaeolipicta
  • tropaeoliptica (mis. see — tropaeolipicta)
  • tuberculata [R / S (contr. see — tuberculato-chrysantha)]
  • tuberculata-chrysantha (see — tuberculato-chrysantha)
  • tuberculato ?(R see — tuberculata, S see — 2 next names)
  • tuberculato-chrysantha [S]
  • tuberculato-costata [S]
  • tuberculosa (mis. in ‘tuberculosa v. chrysacantha’, see — tuberculato-chrysantha)
  • tuberiflora ?
  • tuberosa
  • Tucma (Cochab. Mizque) RH
  • Tucoman (see — Tucuman)
  • Tucuman. Tucumбn (Arg. — provincia)
  • tucumani ?
  • Tucumillas (Tarija)
  • Tukiphalla (see — Cerro Tukiphalla)
  • Tumbaya (Jujuy)
  • Tuna Pampa (HS 158 )
  • tunarensis (see — tunariensis)
  • Tunari (Cerro Tunari, Monte Tunari, Mount Tunari, Tunari Peak, parque Tunari — Cochab.)
  • tunariensis [S]
  • tupicensis (WR 676 )
  • Tupiza (Potosн)
  • tupizensis (see — tupicensis)
  • turbinata Uebelmann)
  • ubelmaniana (see — uebelmanniana)
  • Uebelmann, Ueb, Ue, UN, UB (W. Uebelmann)
  • uebelmanniana [R / S]
  • Uhlig, U (K-H. Uhlig, M. Uhlig (MUG))
  • umbraculiforma (WR 311 )
  • Uncia (Potosi, Bustillos) RH
  • unguispina [S]
  • uniclaricentra (see — Friи )*
  • uninigricentra (see — Friи )*
  • Uriburu (WR 802 )
  • Urmiri (Bol.)
  • US (acron. ambig. see — Springmayer || Schramm)
  • Uyuni (Bol.)
  • W (acron. ambig. see — Wolf || Wahl (RW))
  • W. spec. (see — Weingartia)
  • waghliana (mis. see — wahliana)
  • wahaliana (mis. see — wahliana)
  • Wahl, RW, W, R (R. Wahl)
  • wahliana
  • Walker, MC (M. Werd. WD (E. Werdermann)
  • werdermannii
  • werebii (see — verebii)
  • wesneriana (see — wessneriana)
  • wessheriana (mis. see — wessneriana)
  • wessnerana (see — wessneriana)
  • Wessner, AW (A. Wessner)
  • Wessner, Wessn. (W. Wessner)
  • wessneriana
  • West (J. West, see — RW, Rojas see — Fischer || Wolf (W) || Krahn (WK, Kr))
  • WG (acron. ambig.3, see — Gertel (G) || Geissler || Gemmrich)
  • whaliana (mis. see — wahliana)
  • wimbergerii (WR 508 )
  • Winberg, MN (M. Winberg)
  • Winter (H. Winter)
  • winterae
  • winterana
  • winteriana
  • winterii
  • Wittau, HJW (H. J. Wittau)
  • wizcarrae (see — vizcarrae)
  • WK (acron. see — Krahn)
  • Wolf, W, WF (F. Wolf) (koehresii )
  • WR (acron. see — Rausch)
  • wrichtiana (mis. see — wrightiana)
  • wrightiana (?)
  • WS (acron. see — Smith)
  • WV (acron. W. A. Verheulpen, Parodia)

L. Gianotti 1 and M. Braga 2

1 Department of Surgery. Milano-Bicocca University. S. Gerardo Hospital. Monza. Italy.

ABSTRACT

Profound changes in perioperative management, namely fast track surgery have been recently proposed. This is a bundle of various techniques used for subjects undergoing elective operations that allows an improved well-being, faster recovery, shorter hospitalization and better outcome. From a nutritional point of view this new approach translates into a more rapid return of bowel function and thus to safely tolerate oral re-feeding within 1-3 days even after major operations. Nevertheless, the classic indications for perioperative artificial nutritional support remain valid but they should now apply only to a minority of patients.

Extensive research in the last 20 years has clearly shown that modifying the composition of standard nutritional feeds by adding supernormal doses of specific substrates that have immuno-modulatory, anti-inflammatory, anabolic, and tissue protective ability often translates into improved surgical outcome. The most convincing and reproducible results were obtained on the reduction of infectious complication by the perioperative use of enteral formulas enriched with arginine and omega-3 fatty acids.

Key words: Surgery. Fast track. Artificial nutrition. Immunonutrition. Glutamine. Probiotics. Glucose metabolism. Outcome. Complications.

RESUMEN

Recientemente, se han propuesto cambios notables en el manejo perioperatorio, denominado «cirugia du curso rapido». Esto es un conjunto de tecnicas diversas empleadas en individuos sometidos a cirugias programadas que permiten una mejora del bienestar, una recuperacion mas rapida, una hospitalizacion mas corta y mejores resultados. Desde un punto de vista nutricional, este nuevo abordaje se traduce en una recuperacion mas rapida de la funcion intestinal y, por lo tanto, tolerar de forma segura la realimentacion n 1-3 dias, incluso despues de intervenciones mayores. Sin embargo, las indicaciones clasicas del soporte nutricional artificial perioperatorio siguen siendo validas pero serian aplicables hoy en dia a una minoria de pacientes.

La extensa investigacion de los ultimos 20 anos ha demostrado claramente que la modificacion de la alimentacion nutricional estandar anadiendo dosis supranormales de sustratos especificos que poseen propiedades inmunomoduladoras, antiinflamatorias, anabolicas y protectoras de los tejidos a menudo se traduce en una mejora del resultado quirurgico. Los resultados mas convincentes y reproducibles se obtuvieron con la reduccion de las complicaciones infecciosas mediante el uso perioperatorio de formulas enterales enriquecidas con arginina y acidos grasos omega-3.

Palabras clave: Cirugia. Curso rapido. Nutricion artificial. Inmunonutricion. Glutamina. Probioticos. Metabolismo de la glucosa. Resultado. Complicaciones.

Introduction

In the last years, profound changes in the perioperative management have been proposed and proven, in several randomized clinical trials, to be effective in enhancing patient recovery and improving outcome after surgery. 1-6 Most of these new protocols were originally proposed and implemented by Kehlet and colleagues. 7-9 This innovative approach to patient care, namely fast track surgery is a bundle of various techniques used for subjects undergoing elective operations ith the aim of controlling surgery-related stress response and organ dysfunction. The method includes everal interventions. Among the most important are: use of epidural anaesthesia, minimally invasive surgical techniques, prevention of hypothermia and perioperative fasting, optimal pain control, intravenous fluid restriction, minimum use or early removal of drains, naso-gastric tube, and catheters, early mobilization and ambulation. 7-11 From a nutritional point of view this approach allows a faster recovery of bowel function and thus the possibility to tolerate normal food by mouth within 1-2 days after colorectal surgery 1-11 and even 2-3 days after upper GI major operations. 12-14 Consequently, the classic indications for perioperative artificial nutritional support, that howbeit remain valid, should now apply only to a minority of patients. These are predominantly subjects who are at high risk of developing complications after surgery, such as patients who have suffered substantial preoperative weight loss, have very low body mass index (BMI) or exhibit an hyperinflammatory state. Once patients have developed complications impairing the resumption of oral feeding or affecting the metabolic homeostasis, artificial nutritional support is generally required.

The classic artifical nutritional support: energy and nitrogen substrates

Surgery, like any injury to the body, elicits a series of reactions including release of stress hormones and inflammatory mediators. This relase of mediators to the circulation has a major impact on body metabolism. They cause catabolism of glycogen, fat and protein with release of glucose, free fatty acids and amino acids into the circulation, so that substrates are in part diverted from the purposes they serve in the nonstressed state (i.e. physical activity) to the task of raising an adequate organ function and healing response. For optimal organ function, rehabilitation and wound ealing, the body needs to be nourished adequately to obilise enough substrates, largely derived from muscle and adipose tissue, with nutritional support to allow synthesis of acute phase proteins, white cells, fibroblasts, collagen and other tissue components of the wounded area. Thus, in surgical patients the main goals of nutritional support are to reduce consumption of self energy stores and minimize negative protein balance, with the purpose of maintaining tissue and organ functions.

The preoperative nutritional support

It is now well established and documented that severe undernutrition is an independent factor for the occurrence of postoperative complications, as well as increased mortality, length of hospital stay, and sanitary costs. 15-20 Moreover, undernutrition is often associated with other diseases such as cancer, chronic inflammation or organ dysfunction which further expose patients to increased surgical risk.

A period of preoperative nutritional support of at least 7-10 days before surgery is recommended 21-23 if a patient exhibits one or more of the following conditions: weight loss 15% within 3-6 months, BMI 18 kg/m 2. albumin 30 g/L (with no evidence of hepatic or renal dysfunction), or grade C at the subject global assessment. 24

The postoperative nutritional support

Inadequate oral intake for more than two weeks after major operations is associated with a significant increase of morbidity and mortality. 25 Even shorter periods of starvation or insufficient caloric and protein intake are strongly correlated with worse surgical outcome. 26

Therefore, several guidelines 21-23 recommend to administer artificial nutrition immediately after surgery when patients are expected not to meet their caloric requirement within 7-10 days in the postoperative course independently from their preoperative nutritional status. Artificial nutrition is also recommended as soon as possible when a patient has developed complications impairing the resumption of oral feeding or affecting the metabolic homeostasis such as sepsis.

Striking scientific evidences offered by fast track surgery implementation have shown that oral re-feeding very shortly after major surgery is safe and feasible in most of the patients undergoing colorectal, gynaecologic, urologic and pelvic operations 1-11 as well in upper gastrointestinal procedures such as laryngectomy with primary pharyngeal closure, gastric, pancreatic, and hepato-biliary resection. 12-14 Thus, the number of patients routinely requiring postoperative nutritional support is progressively declining.

Oral intake can be carried out with normal food or liquid oral nutritional supplements (ONS) according to individual tolerance and gastrointestinal function. 26-31 ONS may have the advantages of having more calories and proteins than normal food for matching volume.

Nevertheless, there are clinical situations where early postoperative oral intake can be still contraindicated or difficult to achieve such as major trauma, unconsciousness states, swelling impairment, partial intestinal obstruction or prolonged ileus, or delayed gastric emptying. In these patients surgeons should consider the placement of a feeding jejunostomy or naso-jejunal tube at the time of surgery or in the postoperative course.

The route of feeding

When AN is indicated, the enteral route should be preferred to the parenteral one. This recommendation is now undersigned by all international guidelines 21-23 because enteral feeding is considered more physiological, cheaper, and associated with better outcome particularly in undernourished, critically ill and trauma patients. 32-38 The use of total parenteral nutrition (TPN) should be restricted to the following circumstances: in undernourished patients in whom enteral nutrition is not feasible or not tolerated; in patients with postoperative complications impairing gastrointestinal function who are unable to receive and absorb adequate amounts of enteral feeding for at least 7-10 days; in patients with suspected intestinal ischemia or hypoperfusion; in patients with high output ( 600 mL) intestinal fistulae.

The combination of enteral and parenteral nutrition should be considered in patients in whom at least 60% of energy needs cannot be met via the enteral route.

In completely obstructing lesions, surgery should not be postponed because of the risk of aspiration or severe bowel distension leading to bacterial translocation and peritonitis.

In patients with shock of any cause, AN (both enteral and parenteral) is not indicated until complete correction of the vital functions has been obtained.

Energy and nitrogen requirement

In acute and chronic disease the resting metabolic rate is elevated above the values calculated by the Harris-Benedict equations. The degree of hypermetabolism is on average not more than 110-120% of predicted. 39-42 Only during selected situations such as major burn injury, severe sepsis, and major trauma this value may be increased substantially to 160-180%. 41,43-45

Therefore, 25 kcal/kg of ideal body weight furnish an approximate estimate of daily energy expenditure and requirements, and under conditions of severe stress requirements may approach 30 kcal/kg of ideal body weight.

The main consideration when giving energy, particularly during parenteral nutrition is to avoid overfeeding. 42,46,47 This is mostly true in severely undernourished subjects. To avoid this problem, calorie and nitrogen requirement should be calculated with indirect calorimetry or based on usual body weight. Moreover, in such cachectic patients care should be taken to increase the amount of calories and protein slowly to prevent the refeeding syndrome. Hyperalimentation is known to increase energy expenditure, oxygen consumption and carbon dioxide production 48,49 and especially in patients with low cardiac and respiratory reserve these effects may be deleterious. 50 In addition, hyperalimentation may induce fatty liver and lead to hypertriglyceridemia with harmful effects on immune function. Thus, at present, it is recommended to maintain the glucose:fat calorie ratio at 60:40 or even 70:30 of the non-protein calories. When fluid restriction is indicated a 50:50 ratio is accepted.

It is well established that muscle protein degradation during stress conditions is regulated by pro-inflammatory modulators like tumour necrosis factor-alpha, interleukin 1, 6 and others, and therefore cannot be or only partially reversed by nutrition. 51-54 The value of nutritional support comes instead from its support of protein synthesis in the muscle limiting net whole body protein loss, in the liver yielding acute phase proteins, and in the immune system yielding white cells crucial in the response to trauma or disease. As for energy need, protein/nitrogen requirement should be calculated on the basis of ideal body weight. Proteins and amino acids given enterally and parenterally are used by the host in part for anabolic pathways and to some extent to produce energy. Therefore, the caloric rate of nitrogen should be included in the calculation of the total calorie required.

In illness/stressed conditions a daily nitrogen delivery equivalent to a protein intake of 1.5 g/kg ideal body weight (or approximately 20% of total energy requirements) is generally effective to limit nitrogen losses.

The metabolic and immune support: the new targets of nutritional therapy

Although the above concepts and indications of classic AN remain valid, extensive clinical research in the last 20 years has clearly shown that perioperative administration of supernormal doses of specific nutritional substrates may have immuno-modulatory, antiinflammatory, anabolic, and tissue protective ability and this often translate into improved surgical outcome when compared with standard nutritional formulas or traditional treatment protocols. For this reason this new area of nutritional therapy has been generically named immunonutrition or pharmaconutrition.

The use of preoperative carbohydrate load and glucose metabolism

Recent strong evidences show that fasting patient overnight before elective surgery is useless. In fact, free intake of clear fluids until 2 hours before anaesthesia is safe and beneficial in most of the subjects 55-57 and does not increase the risk of aspiration except for those patients with impaired gastric outlet or proven gastroesophageal reflux. Allowing patients to drink relieves the feeling of thirst that many patients experience before surgery. Even more important are the metabolic effects of undergoing surgery in a non-fasted state. 58

A fed state may be induced prior to elective surgery by providing a carbohydrate load. The induced changes in metabolism upon entering surgery has been shown to have several effects on the response to the operation. In particular, studies have reported positive effects in the postoperative recovery period such as improved protein balance, 59 improved preservation of lean body mass 60 and muscle strength 61 and reduced length of hospital stay after operation. 62,63 Moreover, for those patients without contraindication to free intake of fluids, carbohydrate drinks has been also shown to minimise insulin resistance, postoperative hyperglycaemia, heighten insulin sensitivity, reduce stress response, anxiety and postoperative nausea and vomiting in general and orthopaedic surgery, and to be cardioprotective in cardiac surgery. 64-66 A recent large randomized trial by Mathur et al. did not confirm a beneficial role of preoperative carbohydrate loading on fatigue and discomfort, glucose metabolism, insulin resistance, muscle strength, protein synthesis and postoperative morbidity and length of hospitalization in abdominal surgery. 67

The overwhelming majority of the data available in this field is based on studies in non-diabetic patients.

When given orally, the drink is a mixture of complex carbohydrates, i.e. maltodextrins, in a concentration of about 12% in a volume of 400-800 mL and dispensed between the evening before operation and 2 hrs before anaesthesia induction. 68,69

For those who cannot eat or are not allowed to drink preoperatively for whatever reason, a glucose infusion at a rate of 5 mg/kg/min will have very similar effects on postoperative insulin resistance. When given intravenously, carbohydrate loading is achieved using a glucose solution with a higher concentration, usually 20%, to administer a sufficient quantity in a low volume to ensure a sufficient insulin response. 70 Studies where i.v. glucose loading or oral carbohydrate intake alone or in combination with other nutrients or insulin have been reviewed in more detail in recent years. 58,62,71-78

In patients with normal glucose tolerance, preoperative glucose administration will also ensure glycemic control when greater quantities of glucose are infused (i.e. earlier postoperative AN) without the development of hyperglycaemia. 79

Since hyperglycaemia is one of the most important independent factor for the development of postoperative complications (in particular infectious one), 80-82 it will be challenging to see, in future large randomized trial, if preoperative carbohydrate loading and subsequent better control of glucose metabolism will be associated with a significant decrease of septic morbidity after major elective surgery.

The use of nutritional substrates with immune modulating activity

Extensive laboratory and clinical research in the last 30 years has shown that there are nutritional substrates affecting the host response to injury. Among the most studied are: glutamine, arginine, and omega-3 fatty acids. Their mechanisms of action have been reviewed by several Authors. 83-85

Formulas containing multiple substrates may have conceptual limitations. In fact, it is impossible to fully understand the potential mechanism of protection of these multiple component diets and to attribute a specific biologic effect to each single substrate. Moreover, it may be that a fix formulation is not the optimal one in all type of patients and in the various phases of the post-operative or post-injury course. Nevertheless, pragmatically speaking it was important to test if the clinical use of these diets could offer some true outcome advantages over standard formulas.

The use of formulas enriched with different mixtures of such nutrients in the clinical arena is still under investigation, but there are now sufficient data to strongly suggest the routine use in some cohort of surgical patients. 21,22,86-88

Several Authors have consistently highlighted that some these new diets may improve host defense mechanisms and effectively modulate the inflammatory response. 89-92 In particular, patients receiving supplemented formulas had a significant higher lymphocyte T and B count and improved function, increased levels of immunoglobulins, CD4+ cells, IL-2 and its receptors, phagocytosis ability of macrophages, delayedtype hypersensitivity response to skin tests. Decreased plasma levels of proinflammatory cytokines (IL-6, TNF-alpha) and eicosanoids, and nitrogen loss have been reported.

The first clinical experiences with immunonutrition were focused, for technical reasons, on postoperative infusion. A series of trials showed that this approach was moderately effective in reducing complications. Daly and colleagues, in two subsequent studies, 90,93 were the first to report that the postoperative administration of an immune-enhancing formula, containing arginine, omega-3 fatty acids and RNA, significantly reduced the infection rate of more than 50% compared to standard enteral diets. However, in one of those studies, 90 the control diet was not isonitrogenous compared to the experimental formula. In three large subsequent trials 94-96 these advantages on morbidity by postoperative immunonutrition were not fully confirmed. In particular, an Italian trial 94 showed 15% infectious complications in the group receiving immunonutrition and 23% in the group receiving the standard diet (p NS). Instead, the severity of the septic episodes (as measured by sepsis score) was significantly lower in the immunonutrition group than in the control group. Length of postoperative stay (LOS) was 16 days versus 19 days respectively (p = 0.01). More pronounced effects of postoperative immunonutrition were found in subgroups of high risk surgical patients such as malnourished or receiving homologous blood transfusion. 97 These results were confirmed in head and neck cancer patients. 98

A multicenter German trial 95 reported similar results, in a similar population, with an overall complication rate of 22% in the patients treated with postoperative enteral immunonutrition versus 31% in the control group (p NS). However, the Authors found, in the treated group, a significant reduction of infections occurring after postoperative 5. The mean LOS was shorter in the immunonutrition group than in the controls (27 versus 30.6 days).

An American trial by Heslin et al. 96 did not find any difference in postoperative complications by comparing groups of GI cancer patients postoperatively Artificial nutrition treated with either immune-enhancing diet or simple crystalloid and fluid replacement. The treated patients had 44% complication rate versus 33% in the control group. Also the median LOS was similar in the two groups (11 versus 10 days respectively). It was noteworthy that in the treated group the average intake of immune-nutrients was very limited, approximately 30% of the nutritional goal.

More recent publications confirmed previous results showing that the benefits of postoperative administration of immune-enhancing diets compared to standard enteral feeds were sparse. 99,100 Noteworthy, in a randomized study by Farreras et al. 101 patients with gastric cancer receiving postoperative enteral immunonutrition, exhibited an higher wound deposition of hydroxyproline (59.7 nmol vs. 28.0 nmol P = 0.0018) and a significant lower rate of surgical wound healing complications (0% vs. 26.7%; P = 0.005) when compared to patients fed with the control formula. These findings might also account for the lower rate of anastomotic leak found in patients treated with immunonutrition. 88

All the above trials underlined somehow the intrinsic limitation of the postoperative approach to the issue of enteral immunonutrition. If it is believed that these nutrients have pharmacological effects, it should be also clear that to obtain positive results, adequate plasma and tissue levels need to be accomplished at the time of operation and in the early postoperative course. Enteral nutrition requires a progressive increase of the infusion rate during the first 3-4 days after injury to be tolerated and reach the full strength. Thus, however enteral feeding is begun early postoperatively, the amount of immuneenhancing substrates given in the first days might be insufficient to elicit a prompt modulation of the host response. Yet, the first days after surgery represent the critical window for the development of infectious complications because during this period the injuryinduced immunosuppression is maximal.

Conceptually a more rational approach is to anticipate the administration of immuno-enhancing diets before an operation to obtain efficacious concentrations of immunonutrients both at the time of surgical injury and in the early postoperative phase. This approach was technically possible when oral formulation of these feeds became available on the market.

In phase II RCTs 102-104 patients receiving immunonutrition before and after surgery (perioperative approach) exhibited a more controlled postoperative depression of both polymorphonuclear cells and lymphocyte function, an attenuation of the post-operative exuberant inflammatory response and an improved intraoperative gut microperfusion and intramucosal jejunal pH. In patients perioperatively fed with a supplemented or a standard diet, our group also evaluated the in vivo intestinal tissue oxygen pressure that was measured during the entire surgical procedure and afterward. The results showed that immunonutrition was capable of markedly improving the splanchnic oxygen supply during surgery and throughout the 7 post-operative days.

These findings were probably due to adequate plasma and tissue concentrations of the immunonutrients already being available at the time of surgical stress and thus stimulated further trials to evaluate the possible benefit of perioperative immunonutrition on outcome.

A study by McCarter et al. 105 evaluated the effect of a seven-day preoperative oral supplementation with diets enriched either in arginine, arginine plus omega-3 PUFAs or placebo in patients scheduled to undergo surgery for GI cancer. They did not find any difference for T cell function, eicosanoid production, proinflammatory cytokine levels and postoperative infection rate among groups. The Authors themselves suggested that the small sample size (approximately 12 patients per group), the lack of demonstrability of correct oral intake and absorption of substrates, did not allow any firm conclusion. Different results were obtained in two large randomized controlled double-blind phase 3 trials, carried out in patients with gastrointestinal malignancy. The first study 106 enrolled 206 patients who were randomized to drink 1 liter/day of either a control diets or the same formula enriched with arginine, omega-3 fatty acids and RNA for 7 days before operation. Jejunal infusion with the same diets was started 6 hours after surgery and continued until postoperative day 7. Intent-to-treat analysis showed a 14% infectious complication rate in the supplemented group versus 30% in the control group (p = 0.009). LOS was 11 versus 13 days respectively. The second trial 107 was performed in 154 patients who were treated with a very similar perioperative nutritional protocol as above. Also in this study, significantly fewer infectious complications occurred in the immunonutrition group compared to the control group (14 versus 27; p = 0.05).

Some trials also addressed the cost-effectiveness analysis of immunonutrition because the high cost on these new enriched formulas represents a major concern and it may be considered a major drawback for their wide and routine use. In our study 108 the cost of perioperative immunonutrition was substantially higher than standard enteral diet (347 euros and 104 respectively). However, this additional cost of immuno-enhancing diet was largely overcompensated by the substantial reduction (about 2,400 euros per complication-free patient) of health care resources consumed to treat postoperative infections. Moreover, the total costs to manage postoperative complications represents a 7.5% consumption of the Disease-related-group reimbursement rate in the immunonutrition group versus 23.1% in the control group. These economic findings were consistent with the data reported in other studies. 107,109 Yet none of the mentioned trials 106,107 was designed to randomize separately malnourished and well-nourished patients. Thus, we run a subsequent post-hoc analysis showing that immunonutrition was effective in reducing post-operative complications regardless the baseline nutritional status. Moreover, we observed in an additional post-hoc analysis that the patients receiving only pre-operative immunonutrition, because non-compliant to post-operative enteral infusion had a significant reduction of morbidity, suggesting that the simple pre-operative approach might be sufficient to improve outcome when compared to standard diet. To better understand the impact of perioperative immunonutrition on outcome, in both malnourished patients (weight loss 10%) and well-nourished (weight loss 10%) patients, we designed two new prospective studies. In the first trial 110 well-nourished patients (n = 305) were randomized to receive: no peri-operative nutritional support (group A), only pre-operative oral immunonutrition (group B), or peri-operative enteral immunonutrition (group C). The overall postoperative morbidity was 31% in group A, 14% in group B, and 16% in group C (p = 0.03), and LOS was 14.0 days, 11.6, and 11.2 respectively (p = 0.01). The protective effect of preoperative immunonutrition was shown also in a subgroup of obese patients which should be considered at high surgical risk despite they do not experience weight loss. This is probably due to the ability of immunonutrients to control the metabolic syndrome and the hyperinflamatory state that characterize obese subjects.

In the second trial, 111 malnourished patients (n = 150) were randomized to receive three different nutritional regimens: only post-operative standard enteral nutrition (group A), pre-operative oral immunonutrition plus post-operative standard enteral nutrition (group B), or peri-operative enteral immunonutrition (group C). The results showed that the rate of complication was 42% in group A, 28% in group B, and 18% in group C (p = 0.02) and LOS was 15.3 days, 13.2, and 12.0 respectively (p = 0.01). These data suggest that the simple preoperative oral supplementation with immunonutrition is the optimal approach in well-nourished patients, while the perioperative treatment should be preferred in malnourished subjects.

A further cost-effectiveness analysis confirmed that preoperative immunonutrition in well-nourished patients allowed a substantial and significant saving of health care resources when compared to standard treatment. 112

In 2006 Waitzberg et al. performed a systematic review of published and unpublished clinical trials concerning the issue of immunonutrition. 88 The results are summarized in table I.

The advantages of pre- or perioperative immuneenhancing diets on surgical outcomes have been subsequently confirmed in several subsequent trials 113-119 but not in others. 120

Also supernormal doses of glutamine, as a single key nutrient, has been studied extensively.

Exogenous glutamine supplementation might be important in critical, catabolic and stress conditions because there is a flux of endogenous glutamine from muscles to other tissues/organs with rapid cell turnover and metabolism, such as gut, bone marrow, brain, immune cells, and fibroblasts which use glutamine as their principal metabolic fuel. 121 Patients receiving glutamine supplementation maintain glutamine tissue and plasma pool with improved immune response, increased protein synthesis, less negative nitrogen balance, preserved gut barrier structure and function, improved wound healing, reduced oxidative stress, and better glucose metabolism. 121-125 Clinical benefits of intravenous glutamine supplementation have been reported in elective surgery, however this regimen has been tested in few underpowered trials. From these studies, Novak et al. 126 generated a meat-analysis with total of 220 elective surgical patients. They could demonstrated that the administration of glutamine dipeptide was associated with a significant reduction of complication rate (RR: 0.36, 95% CI: 0.14-0.92) and length of hospital stay (-3.54 days). A more recent meta-analysis by Zheng et al. 127 included 5 trials with a total of 215 patients. The combined analysis indicated that the use of glutamine dipeptide significantly reduced postoperative infective events (OR: 0.24, 95% CI: 0.06-0.93, p = 0.04) and duration of hospitalization (-3.55 days). A third meta-analysis 128 evaluating studies performed in Asia and Europe reached similar conclusions.

More recently, glutamine supplementation was tested by Jo et al. 129 after pancreatoduodenectomy in 60 patients and showed no clinical advantages in terms of postoperative morbidity. All patients had cancer, the vast majority of them were well-nourished, and the dose of free glutamine was 0.20 g/kg/day. Oguz and colleagues 130 used an association of high dose perioperative glutamine dipeptide (1g/kg/day) and enteral feeding in 109 patients undergoing elective colorectal surgery for cancer. Also in this report most of the patients had a normal nutritional status or mild malnutrition. They could show a significant reduction of wound infection and dehiscence and abdominal abscess formation with an associated reduction of hospitalization in the group receiving glutamine.

A large, Italian multicentre trial including 428 wellnourished patients candidate to elective major gastrointestinal surgery for cancer, did not confirm any clinical benefit of glutamine supplementation. Patients were randomized to receive either intravenous infusion of L-alanine-L-glutamine dipeptide (0.40 g/kg/day; equal to 0.25 g of free glutamine) (Ala-Glu group, n = 212), or no supplementation (control group, n = 216). Glutamine infusion begun the day before operation and continued postoperatively for at least five days. Overall postoperative complication rate was 34.9% in Ala-Glu and 32.9% in control group (p = 0.65). Infectious morbidity was 19.3% in Ala-Glu group and 17.1% in controls (p = 0.55). The rate of major complications was 7.5% in treated patients and 7.9% (17/216) in controls (p = 0.90). Mean length of hospital stay was 10.2 days vs. 9.9 days in treated and control subjects respectively (p = 0.90). 131

The indication to glutamine supplementation in patients with severe weight loss and high risk of surgical morbidity still remains an open issue. They might represent cohorts with more elevated glutamine demand, increased glutamine metabolism, and/or baseline deficits. 132 This subgroups of surgical patients may be more similar to critically ill and trauma patients in whom glutamine supplementation has been proven to decrease morbidity and mortality. 133-135

The use of lipids in AN, particularly long-chain triglycerides (LCT), is not without metabolic effects. In fact, LCT may affect the physiologic response of the arterial vascular bed. Moreover, the consequences of n-6 poly-unsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) administration on immune and inflammatory response remain controversial. A recent meta-analysis 136 did not support an immunosuppressive effect of n-6 PUFAs while other systematic review showed that they have a pro-inflammatory effect and trials tend to show lower complication rates in patients receiving PN containing fewer of these fatty acids. 137,138

In view of these considerations attempts have been made to reduce the long-chain PUFA content without a net loss of lipid calories. This has been obtained by replacing part of the lipid by medium-chain triglycerides (MCT), by administering synthetic lipids which consist of a glycerol backbone randomly esterified with MCT or LCT, or by a substantial replacement with n-9 LCT (olive oil). All such emulsions contain lower amounts of n-6 fatty acids and appear to have fewer immunological effects. 138

Most of research has been focused on n-3 PUFAs which have a proven anti-inflammatory effect. In a blinded randomized trial by Kenler et al. 139 studied 50 patients who were jejunally fed either an enteral diet containing a fish oil/medium-chain triglyceride structured lipid or a isocaloric diet for 7 days postoperatively. A 50% decline in the total number of gastrointestinal complications and infections as well as an improved liver and renal function was observed in the treated group.

When associated with gamma linolenic acid and given enterally in ICU, n-3 PUFAs have been shown in prospective randomized trials to improve pulmonary inflammation, to shorten days on the ventilator and overall ICU stay. 140-142 In open label cohort studies, increasing dosage of n-3 PUFAs has been associated with reduced ICU stay following major abdominal surgery, 143 and in a randomised trial inclusion of n-3 PUFAs in PN was associated with reduced overall hospital stay. 144

Thus, at present there is some evidence that increasing the percent of lipids in favour of n-3 fatty acids particularly during TPN may benefit organ function and reduce length of stay in patients undergoing major surgery or admitted to the surgical ICU. 145 However, these trends will need to be substantiated in adequately powered randomised trials.

The use of prebiotics, probiotics and synbiotics

Prebiotics, probiotics, and synbiotics may all be beneficial for the host by improving the characteristics of indigenous microflora. The composition and the equilibrium of microbiota are known to influence important host activities among them the local immune response and several intestinal metabolic traits. 146-151

Despite, the effects of their administration has been intensively investigated in vitro. in animal models, in healthy volunteers, and in some human gastrointestinal diseases (i.e. inflammatory bowel diseases, alimentary allergy, infectious diarrhea, pouchitis, etc..) 147-151 little is known on the possible cross-interactions among treatment, changes of intestinal flora and local immune response in surgical patients. Prebiotics, probiotics and synbiotics enriched enteral formulas were used in patients candidate to gastrointestinal operations with the aim of affecting microbiota that contains bacteria responsible for postoperative infections. The results of randomized clinical trials are conflicting with significant reduction of infection rate in upper gastrointestinal surgery 152-154 and lack of clinical benefits in other type of operations and clinical settings. 155-157 One trial by Reddy et al. 158 was selective for colorectal patients. They reported a synergistic positive effect of synbiotics, neomycin and bowel preparation on the prevalence of enterobacteriaceae colonization and bacterial translocation but these events were not associated with a significant reduction of septic morbidity. These studies have been reviewed by Van Santvoort and colleagues. 159 Part of the inconsistency in surgical outcome may be the substantial difference in study design, dose and strain, duration, period and combination of treatments.

We recently evaluated whether probiotics given perioperatively in patients undergoing colorectal resection for cancer may adhere to the colonic mucosa, reduce concentration of pathogens in stools and modulate intestinal immunity. 160 Thirty-one subjects were randomly and blindly assigned to receive two doses/day either of placebo (group A; n = 10), or a mixture of Bifidobacterium longum (BB536) and Lactobacillus jonhsonii (La1) (concentration 10 7 CFU/dose; group B; n = 11), or the same mixture at a concentration of 109 CFU/dose (group C, n = 10) for three days before and three days after operation. During operation colonic mucosa and stool samples were harvested to evaluate the presence of BB536 and La1 by random amplified polymorphism DNA method.

The results showed that BB536 was never found at any of time-point studied. At surgery, La1 was recovered in 6 of 10 patients in either stools or biopsy in group C, in 3 of 11 in group B, and none in group A (p = 0.02 C vs. A). There was a linear correlation between dose given and number of adherent La1 (P = 0.01). The rate of mucosal colonization by enterobacteriaceae was 30% in C, 82% in B and 70% in A group (p = 0.03 C vs. B). Enterobacteriaceae count in stools was 2.4 ± 0.3 (log10 scale) in C, 4.2 ± 0.4 in B, and 4.5 ± 0.2 in A. Same trend was observed for colonizing enterococchi. We observed greater expression of CD3, CD4, CD8, naive and memory lymphocyte subsets in group C than A with a dose response trend (C B A). Treatment did not affect dendritic cell phenotype or activation, but after ex vivo stimulation with lpopolysaccharides, groups C and B had a lower proliferation rate compared to group A (P = 0.04). Moreover, dendritic phenotypes CD83-123, CD83-HLADR, and CD83-11c (markers of activation) were significantly less expressed in patients colonized with LA1 (p = 0.03 vs. not colonized).

At present there are stimulating but insufficient results to show consistent and reproducible benefits of prebiotics, probiotics and synbiotic administration in surgical patients. Further trials are warrant to understand if better results may be obtained by different single or mixture of probiotic strains, increased dose, prebiotics alone or synbiotic preparation, longer treatment period or different timing of administration. The future results should be taken in consideration before designing phase III trials.

Summary

Patients undergoing major abdominal operation may be safely and effectively managed with new protocols that avoid preoperative fasting and allow early return to oral feeding, enhance recovery and well-being, reduce hospitalization and improve outcome after surgery. These new strategies have substantially reduced the need of perioperative artificial nutritional support.

Evidences that nutritional formulas enriched with specific substrates may improve surgical outcome when compared to standard feeds, has profoundly changed the classic thought of simple perioperative energy and nitrogen support. The augmentation of the host immune response, the reduction of oxidative stress, the control of glucose metabolism, the protection of organ/tissue function, and the modulation of inflammatory response in the perioperative period should represent the new targets of nutritional therapy.

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Как мы видим, все три типа MQL-программ различаются, как способом взаимодействия с выполняющей их средой (то есть MetaTrader’ом), так и предназначением. Теперь перейдём к рассмотрению структуры программы. Как правило, для написания программы требуется воспользоваться мастером создания советников (вызывается нажатием клавиш Ctrl+N). В зависимости от типа программы, после окончания всех шагов выполнения мастера создания советника, в случае, если были выбраны советник или пользовательский индикатор, появится текст с тремя пустыми функциями или с одной пустой функцией, в случае, если был выбран скрипт. Прежде всего, стоит отметить, что программы на MQL 4 чётко структурированы, и их выполнение разделено. Советники и индикаторы содержат в своих программах три этапа выполнения, которые представлены функциями init(),start() и deinit(). Скрипты состоят толко из функции start(). Такая структура может говорить о том, какие этапы проходит программа от её прикрепления к графику до того момента, когда она будет убрана с графика пользователем. Жизненный цикл всех программ, за исключением скриптов, включает. Инициализацию, выполнение основной части программы и деинициализацию. Эти этапы как раз и реализуются функциями init(),start() Руководство по ремонту и эксплуатации toyota avensis verso и deinit(). Не трудно догадаться, что основная работа выполняется в функции start(), так как именно она выполняется каждый раз, когда происходит изменение графика, к которому прикреплена программа. Программа содержит заголовок, кроме указанных функций. В этом заголовке, кроме комментариев-пояснений о создателях программы и их правах на программу, указываются параметры выполнения программы, как то. Будет ли индикатор запущен в том же окне, что и график цены, или же он будет рисоваться в отдельном окне и прочие параметры. Все подробности будут нами рассмотрены в следующих статьях. Кроме того, рекомендуется внимательно посмотреть и сравнить исходные коды индикаторов и советников, поставляемых вместе с MetaTrader 5 в качестве примеров. Очень полезным было бы прочитать, как пользоваться MetaEditor 4 и научиться компилировать программы. Полное руководство по языку программирования metaquotes language 5.

Parsons. DMM pressing. FS

BB 22.178 Als Orpheus Wieder Sang: Die ersten Premieren der Berliner Staatsoper1945-48. BERGER, LEMNITZ, KLOSE, STREICH, ANDERS, SCHOCK, SUTHAUS, SCHMITT-WALTER, METTERNICH, PROHASKA, FRICK. A

DC 21.965 S Strauss: Lieder. HALLSTEIN, WERBA. A

DE 23.106/7 (2) Karl ERB aria from broadcasts 1932-44. A. COH

DE 23.277/8 (2) Verdi: Macbeth (in German). HONGEN, ALSEN, AHLESMEYER; BOHM, Vienna St. Opera (1943). A

Ades

7001/2 (2) Liszt: Piano works. PADEREWSKI, CORTOT, BUSONI, FRIEDMAN, HOFMANN, GANZ (from piano rolls). A, LSM. Booklet

Afka

SK 293 S Dohnanyi: Ruralia Hungarica, Op. 32a; Etudes, Op. 28—#4-6. SCHWALB. A

SK 4636 S Dohnanyi: 4 Rhapsodies; J. Strauss-Dohnanyi: Schatz Waltz; Delibes-Dohnanyi: Naila Waltz. SCHWALB (Dohnanyi pupil). A. Df

Allegro

1524/5 (2) Handel: Judas Maccabaeus. BALZER, Prague Opera. A, LSM

1534 Schubert: 10 German Dances; Overture in C; Smetana: Ma Vlast; The Bartered Bride—Overture Berlin SO. A-, FOT

1598 Beethoven: Sonatas #30 FOT

1635 40 Years of Singing with Giovanni MARTINELLI. Arias of Verdi, Puccini(3), Flotow, Leoncavallo (2); songs of Masini, Tosti (2), Donaudy (2), FOT

1636 Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro—exc. TROXELL, WARFIELD, HUNT, PEASE, SGARRO; WALTHER, Hamburg PO. A

1680 Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue (AUBER, pf); Porgy SO of Olympia [FOUGSTEDT, Finnish RSO]. A, FOT

3151 Works of Soler, Falla, Infante, Albeniz (3), Granados, Sarasate, FOT

AL 1 Schubert: Trio #2, in Eb, Op. 100. ALMA TRIO (Baller, Totenberg, Rejto). A, LSM

AL 7 Chopin: Mazurkas; Etudes; Waltzes; Preludes. SHEYNE. A, FOT

ALG 100 Debussy: Le Martyre de St. Sebastien—exc. YEEND, STEWART, KASKAS; ALLESANDRO, Oklahoma City SO. A/A-, FOT

Allen Album

GCS 101/2 S (1) Ecumenical Choir Festival, April 16, 1967. Various religious choral works (mostly anon.) by massed choruses, Waterbury, Conn. A

Allied

ARS LP 3001 Works of Hubay, Kalman, Fibich, Glazunov, Mascagni, Thome, Wieniawski, o. A, LSM; 1/4 X. BJ

Amadeo

AVRS 204 St S Beethoven: Sonatas #8, 23, s). WALDEN QT. A, FOT

ARS 29 Converse: The Mystic Trumpeter; Chadwick: Tam O’Shanter. SCHOENHERR, Vienna SO. A

Angel

35029T Franck: Symphony. CLUYTENS, French Nat’l Radio O. A. TE, EP

35042 Cherubini: Requiem in c. GIULINI, St. Cecilia Academy Cho. LSM. EP. Boxed with text

35062T Boccherini: Quartets, Op. 39, #3; Op. 58, #3. QUARTETTO ITALIANO. A. TE, EP

35401T Beethoven: Grosse Fuge; Mozart: Serenata Notturna; Adagio Philharmonia O. A. TE, EP

35496T Strauss: Horn Concertos. BRAIN; SAWALLISCH, Philharmonia O. A. TE, EP

3554 (3, 5 sides) Verdi: Il Trovatore. CALLAS, BARBIERI, DI STEFANO, PANERAI; KARAJAN, La Scala. A. EP. Libretto. La Scala cover

35569T Beethoven: Sonatas #8 EP

35590 Songs of Grieg Moore, Levin. A. EP. Texts. Dowel spine repaired

3600 (2) Beethoven: Sonatas #1, 8, 12, 15 (incomplete), 19, Opp. 27 LSM. EP

AE 34458 S Dvorak: Cello Concerto (PREVIN); Tchaikovsky: Rococo Variations (Y.P.TORTELIER). TORTELIER. Digitally remastered DMM pressing. FS. COH

COLH 16 Bach: Cello Suites #1 dowel spine

COLH 18 Bach: Cello Suites #5 dowel spine

DS 37355 D Liszt: Sonata; piano music (Vol. 2). WATTS. DMM pressing. A

DS 38139 D Schubert: Lieder. POPP, GAGE. DMM pressing. A. COH. Texts

DS 38251 D Vaughan Williams: Sinfonia Antarctica. ARMSTRONG (s); HAITINK, London PO London PO. A. COH

DSB 47625 D (2) Mahler: Symphony #8. TENNSTEDT, London PO. DMM pressing. A

S 35628 S Works of Granados K. 546. KLEMPERER, Philharmonia O. New Philharmonia O. A. Blue label

S 36335 S Bartok: Divertimento; Stravinsky: Concerto in D; Hindemith: 5 Pieces.MENUHIN, Bath Festival O. A. Blue label. Jacket repaired

S 36352 S Schubert: Der Hirt auf dem Felsen; Lieder recital. LUDWIG, Parsons, etal. A. Blue label. Texts

S 36418 S 3 Ragas. SHANKAR (sitar), MENUHIN (violin), RAKHA (tabla). Enesco: Violin Sonata #3. Y. Debussy, Dukas, St.-Saens, O. de Paris. A. Blue label

S 36642 S Schumann: Cello Concerto; St.-Saens: Concerto #1. DU PRE; BARENBOIM, New Philharmonia O. A. Late label

S 36763 S Vaughan Williams: Sinfonia Antarctica. BURROWES (s), BOULT, London PO WEISSENBERG. A. English texts

S 37096 S Cherubini: Requiem. MUTI, Ambrosian Singers, New Philharmonia O. FS

S 37223 S Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Scherzo in Bb; Turkish March. BEROFF. FS

S 37301 Q Respighi: Ancient Dances L.A. CO. A

S 37306 S Meeting of the Waters: Irish Atkins. A

S 37900 S Schumann: 3 Fantasiestucke; Bruch: Kol Nidrei; works of Paradis, Mendelssohn, Faure, Bach, St.-Saens, var. accomp. A

SB 3602 S (2) Chopin: Nocturnes. LYMPANY. Extremely scarce! A

SBL 3643 S (2) Puccini: La Boheme. FRENI, ADANI, GEDDA, SERENI; SCHIPPERS, Rome Opera. A. Libretto

SCB 3710 S (3) Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture; Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody #2; Les Preludes; Respighi: Pines of Rome; Mussorgsky-Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition; works of Berlioz, Sibelius, Philharmonia O. A. Blue labels. Minor box damage

SCLX 3832 Q (3) Massenet: Thais. SILLS, GEDDA, MILNES; MAAZEL, Alldis Choir, New Philharmonia O. A. Libretto

SD 3789 S (4) Mozart: 5 Violin Concertos; Sinfonia Concertante; Concertone; Rondo in C; Adagio in E; Rondo Concertante in Bb. D. Berlin PO. A. Booklet

SDL 3608 S (4) Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro. SCHWARZKOPF, MOFFO, COSSOTTO, WAECHTER, TADDEI; GIULINI, Philharmonia Cho. Phila. O. A

SZ 37648 S Brahms: Serenade #2; Haydn Variations. BOULT, London PO. A

ZBX 3910 (2) Verdi: La Traviata. CALLAS, KRAUS, SERENI; GHIONE, Lisbon Opera (1958). A. Libretto

Angel (Japan)

EAC 70242 S Debussy: Preludes (Book 1); Images (Books 1 MOYSE, DELECLUSE); Schmitt: Piano Quintet—Andante (SCHMITT) (w. brief SCHMITT talk, in French). CALVET QUARTET. From 78s, 1935-38. A

GR 70001 Mozart: Symphony #41; Marriage of Figaro Overture; Eine kleine Nachtmusik; 3 Deutsche Tanze, K. 605. WALTER, Vienna PO (1932-38). A

Angel Melodiya

SR 40065 S Kabalevsky: Cello Concerto #2 (KABALEVSKY); Boccherini-Grutzmacher: Concerto in Bb (JANSONS). SHAFRAN. A

Angel Seraphim

IB 6019 (2) Giordano: Andrea Chenier. CANIGLIA, SIMIONATO, GIGLI, BECHI, TAJO, TADDEI; DE FABRITIIS, La Scala (from 78s, 1941). FS. Libretto

IB 6139 (2) Scarlatti: Sonatas. LANDOWSKA. A

IB 6155 (2) Handel: Laudate Pueri; Bruch: Jubilate (REHMANN); arias of Bach,Haydn (2), Fliess, Brahms, Schubert (5), 2 unpub.items. A. EP. Texts

S 60034 S Lieder of Schubert (2), Brahms (4), Wolf (2), Strauss (2), MOORE. A. Texts

SIC 6072 S (3) The Seraphim Guide to German Lieder. BAKER, FISCHER-DIESKAU, GEDDA, HOTTER, LUDWIG, PREY, ROTHENBERGER, SCHWARZKOPF, DE LOS ANGELES, MOORE, et al. A. Texts

SIG 6071 S (7) Beethoven: 9 Symphonies; Coriolan Berlin PO. A

ANNA

1019 (2) Mozart: Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail. PILTTI, BEILKE, KORNER, ERB, KLINGER, ZIMMERMANN, STRIENZ; STEINER, Berlin RSO as issued

Appian

APR 7008 (2) Rachmaninov: Concerto #2 (orch. Weber, Godowski (3), Blumenfeld, Glazounov, Scriabin (2), Vol. 3 (incl. Schumann Carnaval, Beethoven Sonata #27, much Chopin). DMM pressing. A

APR

APR 7012 (2) Mozart: Concerto #21 (HEWARD, 1942); Haydn: Sonata #50 (1945) (both unpub.); Schubert: Sonata, D. 664; Trio #1 (D’ARANYI, SALMOND); Brahms: Trio #2 (D’ARANYI, CASSADO). HESS (in all). DMM pressing. A

Archiv

7 37173 (45 rpm) Beethoven: Duo #1, in C. MICHAELS (clar), HENNIGE (bsn). A

ARC 3079/81 (3) Bach: Christmas Oratorio. G. WEBER, S. WAGNER, KREBS, REHFUSS; LEHMANN, Berlin Motet Choir, RIAS Chamber Cho. Berlin PO. A, LSM. Text. Box damaged

ARC 3091 Pergolesi: Stabat Mater. GUILLEAUME, DEROUBAIX; LANGE, S.W. German Chamber O. A. Text

Argo

ZRG 917/8 S (2) Haydn: Stabat Mater; Salve Regina. AUGER, HODGSON, ROLFE-JOHNSON,HOWELL; HELTAY, London Chamber Choir, o. A

Ariola

89879 S Lehar: Giuditta—exc. GESZTY, CHRIST, SCHOCK, GRUBER; SCHMIDT-BOELCKE,Arndt Cho. Berlin SO. FS

89891 S Stolz: Himmelblaue Traume—exc. KOTH, SCHRAMM, MUSZELY, GRUBER; STOLZ,Berlin SO. A

Artist Direct

Bach XX (2) Bach-Busoni: Transcriptions. JOHANSEN. Blank jacket signed by thepianist. A

Arturo Toscanini Society

ATS 100 Liszt: Orpheus; From the Cradle to the Grave; Rubinstein: Valse-Caprice; Vieuxtemps: Ballade; Polonaise; Goldmark: Rustic Wedding—2 exc. TOSCANINI, NBC SO (no other information provided). A. BJ, insert

ATS 1011/5 (5) Mozart: Concerto #27 (SERKIN); Symphony #29; Dvorak: Cello Concerto (KURTZ); Scherzo Capriccioso; Dukas: Ariane et Barbe-Bleu Suite; Roussel: Spider’s Feast Suite; Schumann: Symphony #2; Strauss: Don Quixote (FEUERMANN); works of Debussy, Roger-Ducasse, NBC SO. A. No magazine

ATS 1025/9 (5) Mozart: Magic Flute (Salzburg, 1937); Schubert: Symphony #2; Mendelssohn: Symphony #3; Fingal’s Cave; Dvorak: Symphonic Variations; Stravinsky: Petrouchka—2 exc.; works of Tchaikovsky N.Y. Phil. (1945). A

ATS 1042 Bach: Brandenburg Concerto #2; Haydn: Symphony #31 (Oct. 19, 1938); Vivaldi: Concerto Grosso in d, Op. 3, #11 (March 14, 1954). TOSCANINI, NBC SO. A

ATS 1043 Mozart: Magic Flute Overture; Divertimento in Bb, K. 287; Symphony #35, Haffner. TOSCANINI, NBC SO (Nov. 3, 1946). A

ATS 1047 Mussorgsky: Khovantchina—Prelude; Franck: Les Eolides; Weber-Berlioz: Invitation to the Dance; Tchaikovsky: Romeo NBC SO (1953). A

ATS 1055/9 (5) Wagner: Faust Overture; Berlioz: Harold in Italy (PRIMROSE); LesFrancs Juges Overture; Damnation of Faust—Scene 7 (HARRELL, MOSCONA); Franck: Symphony; Haydn: Symphonies #92 NBC SO. A

ATS 109/10 (2) Beethoven: Leonora Overture #3; Mozart: Symphony #40; Schubert: Symphony #9. TOSCANINI, N.Y. Phil. (1936). Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto (incomplete!). MILSTEIN; TOSCANINI, N.Y. Phil. (1935). Private limited U.K. edition. A

Association for Furtherment of Bel Canto

AFBC 01 S Arias of Donizetti (3), Bellini (4), anon. accomp. (World’s Highest Tenor). Must be heard to be disbelieved! A

ASV

ALBH 201 S (2) Elgar: Symphonies #1 Halle O. A

Atlantis

ATL 95 102 S Schoeck: Penthesilea. DERNESCH, MARSH, GESSENDORF, LIPOVSEK, SIMA, ADAM, HIESTERMAN, P. WEBER; ALBRECHT, Austrian Radio Cho. 1982). A. German summary

Audio Collector

501 Schubert: Symphony #8; Brahms: Academic Festival Overture; Schumann: Manfred Overture. GUI, Florence May Festival O. A/A-, FOT. AS, later editions

Audioquest

AQ LP1005 S Works of Haydn, Kohaut, Baron, Jacquet de la Guerre, M. Szymanowska (4), L. Boulanger (2), Bacewicz. FIERRO (piano). A

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Bar Ilan University

CP 34 S (2) Works of Avitsur, Ben-Yohanan, A. Hajdu, Z. Keren, Op. 56; 3 Waltzes, Op. 54; Schumann: Etudes Symphoniques; Liszt: Polonaise in E. VARRO (at Paderewski’s piano). A

BC 1850 Dittersdorf: Quartet in Eb; Boccherini: Quartettino in D, Op. 40, #3;Werner: 3 Fugues. SINNHOFFER QT. FS. AS

Baton

1009 Mozart: Concerto #9. RICHTER; MAAZEL, Grange Festival O. Concerto #27.RICHTER; BRITTEN, English CO. A

BBC

REB 175 Brahms: Horn Trio (SALPETER, PREEDY); Mozart: Horn Quintet (CARTER STRING TRIO); Marais: Le Basque (PARRY). D. BRAIN. From broadcasts, 1956-7. A

Besenville Symphonic Wind Ensemble

BMB 1001 S Sullivan-Mackerras-Duthoit: Pineapple Poll; Bennett: Symphonic Songs;Giannini: Symphony #3. LEWIS, Bensenville Symphonic Wind Ens. A

Bis

LP 211 S English Lute Music. LINDBERG. DMM pressing. A

LP 253/4 D (2) Schubert: Winterreise. TALVELA, GOTHONI. DMM pressing. A. Corner clipped. German text

BJR

BJR 110 (2) Verdi: Ernani. CABALLE, PREVEDI, CHRISTOFF, GAVAZZENI (1968). A. English summary

BJR 126 (3) Rossini: Elisabetta, Regina d’Inghilterra. GENCER, GUGLIELMI, VIGHI, GRILLI, BOTTAZZO, CORRADI; GAVAZZENI, Teatro Massimo, Palermo (1971). A. Libretto

BJR 156 (2) Strauss: Salome. WELITSCH, THORBORG, GLAZ, JAGEL, JANSSEN, SULLIVAN; REINER, Met. Opera (1949). A

Bongiovanni

GB 1015/7 (3) Verdi: Aida. ARANGI-LOMBARDI, CAPUANA, LINDI, BORGIOLI, BACCALONI; MOLAJOLI, La Scala Cho. Milan SO (1930), + 2 arias each by LINDI, CAPUANA, ARANGI LOMBARDI. A

GB 2506 D Rossini: Arias. ALAIMO; RIZZI, Piacenza SO (live, 1986). A

Book-of-the-Month

21 6651 S Classic Piano Encores. ESTRIN. A

Bruno Walter Society (Japan)

OW 7210 BS Mozart: Symphony #40; Beethoven: Egmont Overture; Strauss: Don Juan.WALTER, Berlin PO (live perf. 1950). A. Obi strip

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Cameo Classics

GOCLP 9009 Brahms: Symphony #1 (w. discussion of themes); Wagner: Rienzi Overture. STOKOWSKI, Phila. O (1926/7). A. Jacket repaired

Capitol

10 L8166 Smetana: The Moldau; From Bohemia’s Meadows Bamberg SO. A

G7186 Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra; 2 Portraits (STARYK, vln). KUBELIK, Royal PO. A. AS

GDR 7164 (4) Mussorgsky: Boris Godounov. LEBEDEVA, ZARESKA, BIELECKI, GEDDA, CHRISTOFF (Boris), BORG; DOBROWEN, Paris Russian Cho. French Nat’l Radio O. Preferred pressing. A. Libretto

P8019- Schubert: Trout Quintet. RUPP, STROSS QT. A-/B, FOT

P8301 Dvorak: Cello Concerto. NAVARRA; SCHWARZ, New SO. A, FOT. Jacket crudely taped

P8339 Works of Smetana, Gluck, Wieniawski, Vivaldi, Kodaly, Chopin, Ries, Nardini, Brahms, Massenet, Stravinsky, Paradis, Pommers (Milstein Miniatures). A/A-, FOT; 1/4 X

P8403 Chopin: Ballades; Impromptus. JAMBOR. A

P8455 Beethoven: Quartet in F, Op. 135; Grosse Fuge. HOLLYWOOD QT. A, LSM. Jacket corner torn

SG 7229 S Beethoven: Violin Concerto. MENUHIN; SILVESTRI, Vienna PO. A

SP 8532 S Works of Villa-Lobos (2), Debussy (2), Frescobaldi, Almeida, RUDERMAN (fl), LURIE (clar), SCHONBACH (viola), ALMEIDA (guitar). A

SPAR 8499 S Works of Bach, Daquin, Vierne, Vaughan Williams, Middelschulte, Guilmant, Franck, Bossi, Riverside Church organ. A. COH. Boxed

SPBR 8480 S (2) Schumann: Kinderszenen; Carnaval; Sonata in f#; Papillons. PENNARIO. A, LSM

Carillon

C 1000 Chopin: Ballade in g; piano music; Schumann: Carnaval. SIMONDS. A, FOT, LSM

CBC Radio-Canada

231 S Lavallee (1842-91): The Widow—exc. MAXWELL, MARI, IRELAND, KOSLOWSKY,VAN GINKEL, NEUFELD, FREDETTE; Eric WILD, CBC Vancouver SO s); Schoenberg: Theme Phila. O. A

FM 42514 Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue (ORMANDY); Second Rhapsody; I Got Rhythm Variations (M. GOULD); 3 Preludes; Concerto in F (KOSTELANETZ). LEVANT (in all). A

I2M 36927 D (2) Verdi: Requiem. CABALLE, BERINI, DOMINGO, PLISHKA; MEHTA, Musica Sacra Cho. N.Y. Phil. LP edition. A. Text

IM 35839 S Haydn: Mass #10, Theresienmesse. POPP, ELIAS, TEAR, HUDSON; BERNSTEIN, London SO N.Y. Phil (Tokyo, 1979). A

IM 37794 D Bach: 3 Gamba Sonatas. MA (cello), K. COOPER (hpsi). A

M 35168 S Schumann: Fantasy in C; Fantasiestucke, Op. 12. ARGERICH. Great program notes! A

M 35871 S Mozart: Haffner Serenade. ZUKERMAN (vln L.A. PO. A

M 37208 S Spanish Music in the Age of Exploration. JAFFE, Waverly Consort. A. Texts

M 39053 S Varese: Ecuatorial; Deserts; Integrales; Hyperprism; Octandre; Offrandes (YAKAR, s). BOULEZ, Ensemble InterContemporain. Density 21.5. BEAUREGARD (fl). A. COH

M 42478 D Baroque Music for Trumpets. MARSALIS; LEPPARD, English CO. A

M2 34591 S (2) Ruggles: Sun-Treader; Men; Men Buffalo PO. Evocations. J. KIRKPATRICK (pf). Toys. BLEGEN (s), THOMAS (pf). Vox Clamans in Deserto. MORGAN (ms), SPECULUM MUSICAE. Angels; Exaltation. SCHWARZ, brass. A

CBS Sony

SOCU 13 Beethoven: Quartet #13, Op. 130. BUSCH QT. Grosse Fuge (arr. Weingartner). A. BUSCH, Busch Chamber Players

Cetra

LO 1 (3) Gounod: Faust. KIRSTEN, DI STEFANO, TAJO, WARREN; PELLETIER (Met.Opera, 1949). A

LO 26 (3) Verdi: Aida. MILANOV, CASTAGNA, MARTINELLI, BONELLI; PELLETIER (Met. Opera, 1943). A. Italian libretto

LPC 55069 Chloe ELMO/Gianna PEDERZINI recital (5 items each). A

LPO 2005 Arias of Handel, Bellini, Bluck (2), Rossini, Verdi (3), var. accomp. A

Chandos

ABRD 1366 D Wolf: Morike Lieder; Goethe Lieder. LOTT, PARSONS. Texts

CIBA-GEIGY

CG 171 S Beethoven: Violin Sonata #8. MAGNES, HELTON. Bach: Concerto in d (NAKAYA, pf); Brandenburg Concerto #2 (BERINBAUM, tpt). MAGNES, Hoff-Barthelson Music School CO. Undated live performance, Lincoln Center. A

Classics for Pleasure

CFP 40083 S Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto. KOGAN; SILVESTRI, Paris Cons. O. Capriccio Italien. KLETZKI, Philharmonia O. A

Classics Record Library

SRL 4572 S (3) Handel: Messiah. ADDISON, SYDNEY, LLOYD, GRAMM; STONE, Boston Handel Monti, Bizet, Callejo-Berrera, Mendelssohn, Monterde, o. A/A-, LSM

Colosseum

M 503 Beethoven: Sonata #21; 32 Variations in c; Variations, Op. 34. NEY. A. AS

SM 513 S Wagner: Meistersinger Overture; Siegfried Idyll. KLOSS. S. Wagner: Konzertstuck (WIESNER, fl); Der Barenhauter—Overture. GRAVINA, Nurnberg SO. A

SM 521 S Beethoven: Sonata #8; Mendelssohn: 5 Songs Without Words. NEY. A

StM 520 S Beethoven: Sonatas #17 Op. 5; 2 Intermezzi; Romance in F. NEY. A

Columbia

10 AL 38+ Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen; Paganini: Moto Perpetuo; Novacek: Moto Perpetuo. RABIN; VOORHEES, Columbia SO. JACKET INSCRIBED To Vic My good friends—Many Thanks. Michael. (guaranteed authentic). A/A-, FOT

AML 5044 Vivaldi: The 4 Seasons. CORIGLIANO; CANTELLI, N.Y. Phil. Reprint edition. A. COH

CML 4841 Cowell: Violin Sonata #1. SZIGETI, BUSSOTTI. Shapero: Sonata for Piano 4 Hands. SHAPERO, SMIT. Reprint edition. A. TE

KM 31919 S Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde. LUDWIG, KOLLO; BERNSTEIN, Israel PO. A. COH. Text

M 30447 S Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture; Serenade for Strings. ORMANDY, Phila. O. A

M 31076 S Stravinsky: Petroushka. BOULEZ, N.Y. Phil. A

M 33506 S Massenet: La Navaraise. POPP, VANZO, SOUZAY, SARDINERO, SENECHAL, MELONI; ALMEIDA, Ambrosian Cho. London SO. A. Libretto

M 33890 S Beethoven: Sonatas #31 KOLLO, HOFFMEISTER, KRAUSE, EVITTS,FLAGELLO, WAGER; BERNSTEIN, Harvard Glee Club, Boston SO. A. Promo sticker. Text

M 35123 S Ponce: Sonatina meridional; Sojo: 5 Pieces from Venezuela; works of Yocoh, Dodgson, Villa-Lobos, Lauro, Crespo, TUCKER, CAPECCHI; MOLINARI-PRADELLI, Teatro di San Carlo, Naples. A. Libretto

M3 34211 S (3) Massenet: Le Cid. BUMBRY, DOMINGO, PLISHKA; QUELER, Opera O. of NY. A. Libretto

M5 30069 (5) Beethoven: Cello Sonata #3 (SCHULHOF); Boccherini: Concerto in Bb; Sonata in A; Brahms: Sonata #2 (HORSZOWSKI); Schubert: Quintet; Schumann: Cello Concerto; encores. CASALS (cello). Brahms: Haydn Variations. CASALS. 1 disc documentary. A, LSM

ML 4009 Beethoven: Symphony #5. WALTER, N.Y. Phil. This performance never reissued on LP. A-, LSM. Cardboard jacket

ML 4010 Beethoven: Symphony #6. WALTER, Philadelphia O. A, LSM; 1 minor PB. Cardboard jacket

ML 4034 Mozart: Quintet in C, K. 515. BUDAPEST QT. KATIMS. A. Cardboard jacket. Blue label

ML 4048 Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suite; Suite #4, Mozartiana. RODZINSKI, N.Y.Phil. A, LSM

ML 4073 Beethoven: Quartets, Op. 18, #6; Op. 95. BUDAPEST QT. B. Cardboard jacket

ML 4088 Brahms: Symphony #3. ORMANDY, Phila. O. A-, LSM. Blue label. Cardboard jacket

ML 4117 Sacred Songs. TRAUBEL; O’Connell. A, LSM. Jacket taped

ML 4142 Prokofiev: Scythian Suite; Respighi: Feste Romane. ORMANDY, Phila. O. A-, LSM. Blue label

ML 4249 Shostakovich: Symphony #6. REINER, Pittsburgh SO. A-/B, FOT. Blue label

ML 4279 Bartok: Quartets #3 LSM. Gray label

ML 4398 Stravinsky: Fireworks; Ode; Norwegian Moods; Ebony Concerto; Circus Polka. STRAVINSKY. Russian Maiden’s Song. SZIGETI, STRAVINSKY. A. Gray label

ML 4474 Schubert: Symphony #8; Mozart: Symphony #31. BEECHAM, Royal PO. A-, FOT. Blue label

ML 4503 Beethoven: Symphony #3. WEINGARTNER, Vienna PO. A-, LSM. Blue label

ML 4602 Bach: Preludes in C LSM. Blue label

ML 4654 Schubert: Trio #2. A. R. SERKIN. A/A-, FOT

ML 4776 Mozart: Symphony #39; Eine kleine Nachtmusik; L. Mozart: Toy Symphony. WEINGARTNER. A/A-, FOT. Blue label

ML 4791 Mozart: Concerto #21 (MUNCH); Concerto #27 (BARBIROLLI). CASADESUS, N.Y. Phil. A, LSM. Blue label

ML 4820 Reubke: Sonata on the 94th Psalm; Liszt: Fantasia Methuen Memorial Music Hall organ. A/A-, LSM

ML 4828 Beethoven: Symphony #6. BEECHAM, Royal PO. A

ML 4829 Brahms: Concerto #1. SERKIN; SZELL, Cleveland O. A-, LSM. Blue label

ML 4892 Brahms: Horn Trio (JONES); Schumann: Piano Quartet. NEW YORK QUARTET (Horszowski, Schneider, Katims, Miller). A. Gray label

ML 5047 Boccherini: 4 Quartets. NEW MUSIC QUARTET. A

ML 5113 J. Strauss: 4 Waltzes; 2 Overtures. WALTER, Columbia SO. A, FOT

ML 5237 Mozart: Piano Quartet #2. ISTOMIN, STERN, KATIMS, M. SCHNEIDER. Schubert: Violin Sonata in a. A. SCHNEIDER, HORSZOWSKI. A

ML 5259 Schmitt: Une Semaine du Petite Elfe Ferme-l’Oeil; 3 Rapsodies. R. Chaconne Phila. O. A

ML 5293 Ravel: Bolero; La Valse; Rapsodie Espagnole. BERNSTEIN, N.Y. Phil. A, LSM. AS

ML 5982 Roussel: Symphony #3; Messiaen: 3 Petites Liturgies (Choral Art Soc.)BERNSTEIN, N.Y. Phil. A. AS

MS 6128 S Mendelssohn: Piano Concertos #1 PETRAK, PRESNELL; ORMANDY, Phila. O. Rutgers U. Cho. A. 6 eye label. Text missing

MS 6461 S Schumann: Spanische Liebes-Lieder, Op. 138. MARSHALL, SARFATY, SIMONEAU, WARFIELD. Brahms: Liebeslieder Waltzes, Op. 52. V. TYLER, SARFATY, BRESSLER, BOYDEN; GOLD, FIZDALE (pf, in both). A. Texts

MS 6566 S Works of Arel, El-Dabh, Ussachevsky, Babbitt, Davidovsky, FIZDALE; ORMANDY, Phila. O. A. 2 eye label

MS 6775 S Ives: Symphony #4. STOKOWSKI, American SO. A. 2 eye label

MS 6848 S Mendelssohn: Octet. LAREDO, SCHNEIDER, STEINHARDT, DALLEY, TREE, RHODES, PARNAS, SOYER (entire future Guarnieri Qt.) Mozart: Concertone. LAREDO, TREE, ARNER, SOYER; SCHNEIDER, Marlboro Festival O. A. 2 eye label

MS 7003 S Lalo: Symphonie Espagnole; Bruch: Concerto #1. STERN; ORMANDY, Phila.O. A, FOT. 2 eye label

MS 7041 S Berg: Lulu Suite (DE SETT, s); Schoenberg: Theme Phila. O. FS

MS 7173 S Scriabin: Sonata #3; Prokofiev: Sonata #7. GOULD. A. 2 eye label

MS 7191 S Carter: Variations for Orchestra; Double Concerto for Harpsichord ROSEN). PRAUSNITZ. FS

MS 7313 S Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto (BERNSTEIN, N.Y. Phil.); Tchaikovsky: Concerto (DORATI, London SO). ZUKERMAN (debut recording). A

MS 7335 S L. Hardin (Moondog): Minisym #1; Witch of Endor; instrumental works.HARDIN, ens. A, LSM

MS 7422 S St.-Saens: Introduction London SO. A. 2 eye label. Promo sticker

MS 7525 S Puccini’s Greatest Hits (arias for orchestra). KOSTELANETZ, Columbia SO. A

Columbia (Eng.)

CX 5255 Schubert: Sonatas, D. 784 GAYRAUD, GEDDA, DENS; CLUYTENS, Aix-en-Provence Festival Cho. Paris Cons. O. A

FCX 30169 Massenet: Werther—exc. FERALDY, VALLIN, THILL; COHEN, Paris Opera-Comique. A

Columbia (Germany)

10 C 70417 Works of Beethoven (2), Schubert (2), Wolf (6), Mozart (2), Lortzing (2), var. accomp. A

C 80628 Bach: Cantata #51 (GELLHORN); Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate (SUSSKIND).SCHWARZKOPF. A

Columbia (Italy)

33QCX 10285 Schumann: Carnaval; Schubert: Moments musicaux. GIESEKING. A

QCX 10241/3 (3) Bizet: Carmen (in Italian). TELLINI, BUADES (Carmen), PERTILE, FRANCI; MOLAJOLI, La Scala. A. Italian libretto

Columbia Entre

RL 3002 Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suite; works of Reznicek, Sibelius, Chicago SO. A-, FOT

RL 3008 Schubert: Symphony #9. STOCK, Chicago SO. A, FOT

RL 3105 Bach: Brandenburg Concertos #3 o. A

Columbia Harmony

HL 7246 Brahms: Symphony #1. WEINGARTNER, London SO. A

Columbia Odyssey

32 16 0006 S Haydn: Symphonies #1-3; Lo Speziale Overture. GOBERMAN, Vienna St. Opera O. A

32 16 0139 Mozart: Piano Quartets. SZELL, BUDAPEST QUARTET. A

32 16 0154 S Boulez: Le Marteau sans Maitre (MacKAY, a); Stockhausen: No. 5 Zeitmasse. CRAFT, ensemble. Only stereo issue. A

32 26 0019 (2) Brahms: Piano Quartet #2, Op. 26; Dvorak: Piano Quintet; Schumann: Piano Quintet. CURZON, BUDAPEST QT. A

32 36 0013 (3) Bach: Sonatas Heise, Andersen(2), Lange-Muller (3). MELCHIOR. 2 unpub. Verdi arias. A

Y 34638 Brahms: Piano Quartet #1. SERKIN, BUSCH QUARTET. A

Y 35221 Mozart: Symphonies #25 Columbia SO. A

Y3 33122 (3) Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana. HARSHAW, MILLER, VOTIPKA, TUCKER,GUARRERA. Leoncavallo: I Pagliacci. AMARA, TUCKER, VALDENGO, HAYWARD, HARVUOT; CLEVA, Met. Opera. A. Libretti

Y3 34639 (3) Beethoven: Sonatas #1, 8, HAMBRO. A

P 14210 F Bach: Flute Sonatas #1 pf); Sonata for Solo Flute. SEBASTIAN (harmonica). A

Command

CC 11033SD S Beethoven: Symphony #6. STEINBERG, Pittsburgh SO. A, LSM. Gatefold album

Concert Hall

CHS 1116 Mozart: Concerto #13 (SWOBODA, o.); Sonata in C, K. 330. BALSAM. A, LSM

CHS 1134 (2) Vivaldi: Violin Concertos, Op. 9. KAUFMAN, French Nat’l O. A. Long album

CHS 1139 Tchaikovsky: Symphony #3. SWOBODA, Vienna St. Opera O. A

CHS 1147 Brahms: Paganini Variations; Schumann: Sonata in f, Op. 14. GOLDSAND. A/A-, FOT; 1/4 X

F 7 Haydn: Cello Concerto in D (TUSA); Divertimento in D; Gluck: Flute Concerto in G (URFER). DAHINDEN, Winterthur SO. A-, FOT. Red vinyl

H 3 Mozart: Horn Concerto #4. HOLLARD. Bassoon Concerto #2, in Bb (doubtful attribution). ZWAGERMAN; ACKERMANN. Church Sonata in C, K. 328. MATTHAEI (organ); REINHART, Winterthur SO. Numbered, limited to 3000 copies. A, LSM. Minor PB. Red vinyl

SMS 2249 S Brahms: Symphony #4; Tragic Overture. SCHURICHT, Bavarian Radio SO. A

SMS 2337 S Chopin: 14 Waltzes. PERLEMUTER. A

Concert-Disc

CS 218 S Hindemith: Octet (1957-8). N.Y. Woodwind Quintet, Fine Arts QT. Sonatafor Solo Viola, Op. 25, #1. ILMER. A. Gold label

CS 245 S Brahms: Piano Quintet. VOTAPEK, PAGANINI QUARTET. A, LSM

Concord

CR 1001 S Arnold: Brass Quintet; Calvert: Suite from the Mediterranean Hills; works of Pezel, Monteverdi, Schein, Cheetham, Bach, Holborne, Vienna SO. Cello Concerto. MOTTIER; BARTH, Zurich Forum Group. Only publication of these broadcasts. A

Continental

CST 2012 F Jan KIEPURA 1 duet). A

Cook

1058 Luigini: Ballet Egyptienne; Delibes: Coppelia Suite; Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker—4 exc.; Strauss: Rosenkavalier Waltzes; J. Strauss: Tales from the Vienna Woods. FOORT, Richmond Mosque organ. A

Court Opera

CO 333 Wilhelm HESCH aria from 78s, 1902-07. A

Crossroads

22 16 0020 S Mozart: Serenade in Bb, K. 361. PESEK, Prague Chamber Harmony. A

22 16 0022 S Beethoven: Trio #6, Archduke. SUK TRIO. A

22 16 0026 S Brahms: Cello Sonatas. NAVARRA, HOLECEK. A

22 16 0220 S Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade. KEMPE, Royal PO. A

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Decca

DL 10061 Bach: Capriccio on the Departure of His Beloved Brother; Toccata, Adagio Scarlatti, Handel, Bach, Turina, Cincinnati SO. FS. COH

DL 79434 S The Kynge’s Musicke: Instrumental Music of the Tudor Court. WHITE, N.Y. Pro Musica. A

DL 9514 Wagner: Arias. HOTTER; HOLLREISER (in 2), HAGER (in 1), uncredited (in1). A, FOT. Jacket soiled

DL 9647 Works of Milan, Handel, Gluck, Bach, Sor, Chopin, Schumann, Paganini, Brahms, Torroba, FOT. Vinyl pressing

DL 9659 Mozart: Divertimento in Eb, K. 563. BEL ARTE TRIO (Posselt, DePasquale, Mayes, of Boston SO). A. Late vinyl pressing

DL 9729 Vivaldi: Concertos (Vol. 4). FASANO, Virtuosi di Roma. A, FOT

DL 9815 Granados: Goyescas, Part 2; Mompou: Impresiones Intimas. DE LARROCHA.Not reissued due to damaged master tape. A, LSM

DL 9832 Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Guitar Quintet (CHIGI QT.); works of Haug, Llobet, Scriabin, Op. 105. JANACEK QT. A. Jacket repaired

DL 9945 Brahms: Concerto #1. KEMPFF; KONWITSCHNY, Saxon St. O. Dresden. A

Decca (Eng.)

JB 134 S Mozart: Concertos #12 English CO. A

LXT 6019 Lieder of Silcher, Schubert (2), Schumann (2), Mendelssohn (3), v. Puttlingen (4), Brahms (2), Lichtmann. A. English summaries

Decca (Eng.) Ace of Clubs

ACL 168 Beethoven: Concerto #4. HASKIL; ZECCHI, London PO. Mozart: Concerto #24. K. LONG; VAN BEINUM, Concertgebouw O. A

Decca (Eng.) Eclipse

ECS 534 F Mozart: Concertos #13 New SO. A

ECS 804 F Schubert: Wanderer Fantasy; 4 Impromptus, Op. 142. CURZON. A

Decca (France)

174.131 S Naudot: Flute Concertos, Op. 11, #2-4. FUMET; PETIT, Petit Ch. O. A

ACL 905 Messager: Veronique—exc. BOUE, MARQUET, MOIZAN, BOURDIN, DE RIEUX, DESTAIN, CARPENTIER; DERVAUX. A

SXL 20102 S Boismortier: 6 Sonates a Quatre, Op. 34. GRAVOIN ENS. A

Decca (Germany)

6.48129 S (2) Mahler: Symphony #6. SOLTI, Chicago SO. A. Corner clipped

6.48134 S (2) Rossini: Arias. HORNE; Lewis, o’s. A

dell’Arte

DA 9012 Beethoven: Sonatas #30-32. PETRI. Live performance, 1954. A

Delos

DMS 3014 D Stravinsky: L’Histoire du Soldat—Suite; Shostakovich: Piano Concerto#1 (ROSENBERGER). SCHWARZ, L.A. CO. A

Desto

DC 6433 S Barber: Souvenirs. SEREBRIER, London SO. Surinach: Spells Harkness SO. A

Deutsche Grammophon

136 267 S You Are My Heart’s Delight (operetta sogs). KONYA, anon. accomp. A. Promo label. Worn jacket

136 372 S Schubert: Gesange des Gretchens; Schumann: Gedichte der Maria Stuart;Brahms: Deutsche Volkslieder. SEEFRIED, WERBA. A, LSM. Tulip label. Texts

138 758 S Debussy: Songs. SOUZAY, BALDWIN. A. Tulip label. French texts

138 981/3 S (3) Mozart: Die Zauberflote. LEAR, OTTO, PETERS, CRASS, FISCHER-DIESKAU, HOTTER, WUNDERLICH; BOHM, Berlin PO. A. Tulip label. Libretto

139 040 S Prokofiev: Symphony #5. KARAJAN, Berlin PO. A. Late label

139 359 S Hartmann: Symphonies #4 Bavarian Radio SO. FS. COH

18234 Beethoven: Choral Fantasy (FOLDES, pf); Leonore #3 Berlin PO, cho’s. A, LSM

18593 Arias Donizetti, Cilea, Verdi, Puccini, Gounod, Halevy, SIMONEAU; SCHAENEN, Berlin Radio SO. A. AS

19261 Oratorio arias of Bach, Handel, Haydn, Munich Bach O. A. AS. Texts

2530 089 S Haydn: Quartets, Op. 76, #1 Op. 22. ARGERICH. A

2530 225 S Stravinsky: 3 Movements from Petrouchka; Prokofiev: Sonata #7. POLLINI. A

2530 398 S Haydn: Sinfonia Concertante (KUCHL, SCHEIWEIN, MAYRHOFER, ZEMAN); Symphony #90. BOHM, Vienna PO. A

2530 524 S Haydn: Symphonies #91 Vienna PO. A

2530 563 S Ravel: Daphnis Boston SO, Tanglewood Festival Cho. A

2530 588 S Prokofiev: Peter A. Vienna PO. A

2530 705 S Mozart: Requiem. TOMOWA-SINTOW, BALTSA, KRENN, VAN DAM; KARAJAN, Vienna Singverein, Berlin PO. A

2531 088 S Bach: Toccata in c; Partita #2; English Suite #2. ARGERICH (pf). A

2531 110 S Berg: Violin Concerto; Stravinsky: Concerto. PERLMAN; OZAWA, Boston SO. A

2531 283 S Verdi: String Quartet; Tchaikovsky: Quartet #1. AMADEUS QT. A

2531 304 S Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto; Bruch: Concerto #1. MINTZ; ABBADO, Chicago SO. A

2535 115 S Mozart: Concerto #13 (BAUMGARTNER, Lucerne Festival Strings); Sonata, K. 280; Variations on Ah, vous dirai-je, Maman. HASKIL. A

2535 275 S Orff: Carmina Burana. VULPIUS, ROTZSCH, REHM, HUEBENTHAL; KEGEL, RadioLeipzig Cho. DOMINGUEZ, SIMANDI, METTERNICH; FRICSAY, Bavarian St. Opera. A

2535 802 Verdi: 12 arias. SCHLUSNUS, var. accomp (1927-37). A

2535 803 Schumann: Lieder. SCHLUSNUS, var. accomp. (1928-40). A

2535 809 Beethoven: Violin Concerto. SCHNEIDERHAN; FURTWAENGLER, Berlin PO (live, 1953). A

2707 080 S (2) Beethoven: Missa Solemnis. M. PRICE, LUDWIG, OCHMAN, TALVELA; BOHM, Vienna St. Opera Concert Cho. Vienna PO. A. Text

2709 078 S (3) Puccini: La Fanciulla del West. NEBLETT, DOMINGO, MILNES; MEHTA, Covent Garden. A. Libretto

2720 008 S (6) Beethoven: Piano Concertos. KEMPFF; LEITNER, Berlin PO. Violin Concerto. FERRAS; KARAJAN, Berlin PO. Triple Concerto. ANDA, SCHNEIDERHAN, FOURNIER; FRICSAY, Berlin Radio SO. 2 Romances. OISTRAKH; GOOSSENS, Royal PO. A

2720 069 S (3) Handel: Messiah. DONATH, REYNOLDS, BURROWS, McINTYRE; RICHTER, Alldis Choir, London PO. A. Text

2726 037 S (2) Beethoven: Violin Concerto (JOCHUM, Berlin PO); Schubert: Sonata, D. 384; Dvorak: Sonatina (KLIEN); Brahms: Sonata #2; Scherzo (SEEMANN). SCHNEIDERHAN. M

2728 003 S (3) Mozart: Don Giovanni. JURINAC, SEEFRIED, STADER, FISCHER-DIESKAU,HAEFLIGER, KOHN; FRICSAY, Berlin Radio SO. A. Libretto

413 194 1 D (2) Brahms: 3 Piano Quartets. VASARY, BRANDIS, CHRIST, BORWITZKY. FS

413 665 1 S The Renaissance Lute. RAGOSSNIG. A

415 009 1 S (2) Liszt: Faust Symphony. RIEGEL; BERNSTEIN, Boston SO, Tanglewood Cho. Tchaikovsky: Francesca da Rimini. BERNSTEIN, Israel PO. A

415 926 1 S J. Strauss: Waltzes; Polkas; Fledermaus Overture. FRICSAY, Berlin Radio SO. FS

419 217 1 D Schumann: Kreisleriana; works of Scarlatti (2), Liszt (2), Scriabin, Vienna PO. A

Deutsche Grammophon (Japan)

MG 6013 Beethoven: Symphony #4 (1943); Grosse Fuge (1952). FURTWAENGLER, Berlin PO. A

OOMG 0422/7 D (6) Haydn: Symphonies #93-104. KARAJAN, Berlin PO. A. Box repaired

Dial

3 Schoenberg: Ode to Napoleon (ADLER, narr.; MONOD, pf); String Trio. VILLERS QT. A-/B, FOT; 1/4, 1/3 X

Discocorp

316 Mozart: Trio, K. 542; Schubert: Trio #1. KENTNER, MENUHIN, CASSADO (1958). A

358 Rachmaninov: Concerto #3; Franck: Symphonic Variations. GIESEKING; MENGELBERG, Concertgebouw O. A

382 Mahler: Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen. FISCHER-DIESKAU; FURTWAENGLER, Vienna PO (1951). Strauss: 4 Lieder. ANDERS; FURTWAENGLER, Berlin PO (1942). Wolf: 6 Lieder. SCHWARZKOPF, FURTWAENGLER (pf) (1953). A

395 Mozart: Symphony #40 (1949); Concerto #20 (LEFEBURE, 1954). FURTWAENGLER, Berlin Po. A

398 Dvorak: Symphony #9 (Berlin St. Opera O. 1954); Mozart: Symphony #33(WDR SO, 1953). E. KLEIBER. A

403 Franck: Symphony (Jan. 28, 1945); Sibelius: En Saga (Sept. 25, 1950).FURTWAENGLER, Vienna PO. A. EAR

431 Beethoven: Symphony #5; Weber: Freischutz Overture; Bach: Brandenburg Concerto #3. FURTWAENGLER, Berlin PO (1926-30). A

503 Brahms: Concerto #2 (H. MUNCH, Basel SO, 1943); Variations on an Original Theme, Op. 21, #1 (1953). E. FISCHER. A

544 Dvorak: Piano Quintet (SZELL); Brahms: Quartet #2. BUDAPEST QT. Live performance, 1945. A

IGI 385 Songs Weber, PILTTI, RAUCHEISEN(from wartime broadcasts). A

Discopaedia

MB 1011 Paganini: 24 Caprices. RENARDY, Robert (from 78s). A

Dueck Film Productions Ltd.

PSC 101 D V. Davies: Mennonite Piano Concerto. I. BAERG; B. BROTT, London SO. Songs of the Mennonite Faith. W. BAERG, Mennonite Singers (from film And When They Shall Ask). A

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ECM

ECM 1 1129 S Reich: Music for 18 Musicians. STEVE REICH with narration. A. Cue sheets

Electrecord

ECE 0328 Haydn: Cello Concerto in C; Boccherini-Grutzmacher: Concerto in Bb. ALDULESCU; DEFOSSEZ, BACARAB, Enescu PO. A

ECE 061 Chopin: Ballades #1 1960). A

ECE 092 Arias of Rossini, Verdi (5), Giordano, o’s. A

Electrola

10 E 60069 Schubert: 5 Lieder. ERB, ALTMANN. Short-lived late LP recording, 1951. A

E 80736 Lehar: Der Graf von Luxemburg—exc. KOTH, HILDEBRAND, SCHOCK, SCHMIDT,NEIDLINGER; FOX. Paganini—exc. MUSZELY, SCHIRRMACHER, SCHOCK, MERCKER; SCHMIDT-BOELCKE (w. BORRIES, vln). A

E 83389 Statte der Tradition: Munich. Items by WALTER, F. KRAUS, NISSEN, KNOTE, BRODERSEN, ERB, STRAUSS, IVOGUN, C. KRAUSS, Kilpinen, Graener, Handel, Mozart (3), Humperdinck, Lucerne Festival O. M

E 90016 Beethoven: Symphony #7. FURTWAENGLER, Vienna PO. A, LSM. Minor pressing flaws

E 90048 Beethoven: Concerto #5. FISCHER; FURTWAENGLER, Philharmonia O. A

Ember

GVC 16 Arias of Bellini (3), Wagner, Verdi, BWV 542, 545, 1935/6). A

01458 Liszt: Concertos #1 Paris Conservatory O. A

01534 Works of J. Strauss, Jr. (8), J. Strauss, Sr. Vienna PO. From 78s, 1929-31. A. Minor jacket damage

01671/3 (3) Beethoven: Piano Concertos. SOLOMON; MENGES, CLUYTENS, Philharmonia O. #1 Busch Chamber Players. A

10351 O. Straus: Waltz Dream—exc. (in French). ROBIN, BERTON, MICHEL, DENS,DEVOS; DE FROMENT. A

10746/8 (3) Massenet: Werther. VALLIN, FERALDY, THILL, ROQUE; COHEN, Paris Opera-Comique (1931). A

10901 Honegger: La Danse des Morts (BARRAULT, narr; TURBA-RABIER, SCHENNEBERG, PANZERA; Gouverne Cho.); Symphony #2. MUNCH, Paris Conservatory O (1941/4). A

10959 S Beethoven: Sonatas #8, 14, Op. 58—#3. LITAIZE, St.-Francois Xavier organ, Paris. A

11646 Arias of Leoncavallo, Puccini, Verdi (7), RAITT (ms, in 3); DERVAUX, BLOT, Paris Opera O. (1956). A

11668 S Chopin: Mazurkas (Vol. 1). FRANCOIS. A

11691 Arias of Thomas, Masse, Gounod, Offenbach, Benedict, David, Pestalozza, Delibes, Paris Opera O. (1957). A

12037 S Rossini: Sins of My Old Age—exc. CICCOLINI. A

12165 S Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsodies #4, 5, 6, 8, 12, 13, TEYTE, VALLIN, BERNAC, PERUGIA, MARCOUX, CROIZA, MARECHAL, YSAYE. A. Jacket repaired

1289581 S Schoenberg: Verklarte Nacht; Mahler: Symphony #10—Adagio. SEBASTIAN,Leipzig Gewandhaus O. FS

1467601 S Schubert: Lieder. MOSER, SCHREIER (in 1), HOKANSON. A. German texts

28135 S Lehar: Die lustige Witwe—exc.; Paganini—exc. (BORRIES, vln). MUSZELY, SCHIRRMACHER, SCHOCK, MERCKER; SCHMIDT-BOELCKE. A

28570 F Puccini: Madama Butterfly—exc. (in German). BERGER, S. WAGNER, SCHOCK, FISCHER-DIESKAU; SCHUCHTER. A

28842/3 Q (2) Schumann: Der Rose Pilgerfahrt. DONATH, LOVAAS, HAMARI, ALTMEYER,POLA, SOTIN; FRUHBECK DE BURGOS. A. German text

29025 S Schubert: Lieder. AMELING, DEMUS. A. German texts

29083 S Schubert: Sonatas, K. 331 K. 485 ALTMANN. A

29212 S Bach: 4 arias (GONNENWEIN, Consortium Musicum); Mozart: 7 Lieder (DEMUS, pf). AMELING. A

29292 S Schubert: Quartets, D. 703 (Quartettsatz) HOLM, DALLAPOZZA, BERRY, UNGER, ANHEISSER; BOSKOVSKY, Vienna Volksoper Cho. RAUSCHKOLB, SCHREIER, BROKMEIER, LENZ, FISCHER-DIESKAU; WALLBERG, Bavarian Radio Cho. Munich Radio O (1977). FS

30743 Q Schubert: Die Verschworenen, D. 787. MOSER, FUCHS, SCHARY, MOLL, DALLAPOZZA, FINKE; WALLBERG, Bavarian Radio Cho. Munich Radio O (1977). FS

50043/51 S (8) Strauss: Lieder. FISCHER-DIESKAU, MOORE. A. German texts

50379/85 S (7) Brahms: Lieder. FISCHER-DIESKAU, BARENBOIM, SAWALLISCH, MOORE. A. Box repaired. German texts

54095/9 (5) Beethoven: Symphony #5. NIKISCH. Prokofiev: Classical Symphony. CELIBIDACHE. Tchaikovsky: Symphony #6; Wagner: Good Friday Spell. FURTWAENGLER. Mozart: Symphony #29; Schumann: Symphony #4; Bruckner: Symphony #4. KARAJAN. Other items with LEHMANN, L. BLECH, BOHM (2), ABENDROTH, KNAPPERTSBUSCH, all w. Berlin PO. A

EMI (Australia)

PD 1 (10) Peter DAWSON: Ambassador of Song. A. Booklet. Box damaged, repaired

EMS International Productions

SB 021 S Schumann: Sonata in g, Op. 22; 3 Sonaten fur die Jugend, Op. 118. MARENGONI. A

Encore

E 303 Chopin: 12 Mazurkas; 5 Etudes; piano music. I. FRIEDMAN (Vol. 1). A

Enigma

K53568 S Rachmaninov: Symphony #2. TUNG, Philharmonia O. A

Epic

BC 1115 S Works of Schumann, St.-Saens, Paganini, Bach, Handel, Falla, Granados, Fitzenhagen, Popper, Gallion. A

BC 1269 S Schumann: Davidsbundlertanze; Carnaval. ROSEN. A

LC 3123 Ravel: Piano Concertos. DOYEN; FOURNET, Lamoureux O. A

LC 3129 Roussel: Petite Suite; Concerto for Small Orchestra; Piano Concerto (GOUSSEAU); Sinfonietta. SACHER, Lamoureux O. A, LSM

LC 3183 Brahms: 8 Hungarian Dances; Schubert: Fantasy in f. H. LSM

LC 3233 Mozart: Symphonies #36 Vienna SO. A

LC 3291 Brahms: Violin Concerto. SENOFSKY; MORALT, Vienna SO. A/A-, FOT

LC 3514 Manfredini: Concerti Grossi, Op. 3—#2, 3, 7, 8, 10, LSM

SC 6009 (2) Mozart: Mass in c, K. 427. STICH-RANDALL, ROSSL-MAJDAN, KMENTT, RANINGER; MORALT, Vienna SO LSM. Text

Erato

ERA 60302 S (3) Albinoni: 6 Oboe Concerti; Concerto for 2 Oboes (PIERLOT, CHAMBON); 4 Violin Concerti (TOSO); 3 Sinfonias. SCIMONE, I Solisti Veneti. Trumpet Concerto; 2 Sinfonias. ANDRE, CHAMBON; RISTENPART, Saar CO. M

HBC1 5302 D Bizet: Carmen—exc. MIGENES-JOHNSON, ESHAM, DOMINGO, RAIMONDI; MAAZEL,French Nat’l Radio Cho. Scottish CO. A. Texts

NUM 75282 D Dvorak: Cello Concerto; Tchaikovsky: Rococo Variations. ROSTROPOVICH;OZAWA, Boston SO. A

STU 70185 S Delalande: Simphonies for the King’s Supper—3 Caprices; Concert of Trumpets. PAILLARD, Paillard CO. A

ERR

104 Duets of Verdi (2), Giordano (2), TUCKER (no other credits). A

111 (3) Massenet: Werther. SIMIONATO, DI STEFANO; CELLINI (no other credits) (1948). A. BJ

116 Duets of Puccini, Verdi, TUCKER (Vol. 2) (no othercredits). A

121 Jussi BJOERLING: North American Debut 1936/Concert in Holland 1939. A

Eterna

478 Puccini: Arias. ROSELLE, PICCAVER (4 each). A. Jacket repaired

Eterna (E. Germany)

10 7 20 012 Mozart: Symphony #41. KONWITSCHNY, Staatskapelle Dresden. A, LSM

7 5 20 343 (45 rpm) O. Gerster: 4 alte Lieder. E. FLEISCHER (a), LIPKA (vla). A

8 21 634 Mozart: Symphonies #38 Berlin RSO, Leipzig RSO (1955/56). A

8 21 955 Schumann: Piano Concerto (WUHRER); Cello Concerto (TORTELIER). ABENDROTH, Berlin RSO, Leipzig RSO. A. Spine damaged

Eterna (Japan

ET 1521 Bruckner: Symphony #9. ABENDROTH, Leipzig RSO. A

Eterna (Japan)

ET 1507 Mozart: Symphonies #33 Leipzig RSO, Berlin RSO. A

Eurodisc

300 639 440 Q (3) Bruckner: Symphonies #6 Leipzig Gewandhaus O. A. COH

300 724 435 (3) Verdi: La Forza del Destino (in German). MARTINIS, MODL, ZOLLENKOPF, SCHOCK, METTERNICH, FRICK; SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT (Dec. 1952). A

73829 S Stolz: Venus in Seide—exc. SCHRAMM, SCHMIDT, SCHOCK, GRUBER; STOLZ, Arndt Cho. Berlin SO. FS

76221 S Kalman: Die Csardasfurstin—exc. SCHRAMM, CHRYST, SCHOCK, GRUBER; STOLZ, Arndt Cho. Berlin SO. A

78423 F Schubert: Trio #2, Op. 100. OISTRAKH, KNUSHEVITZKY, OBORIN. A. Jacket top damaged

79587 S Meyerbeer: L’Africana—3 exc.; Thomas: Mignon—3 exc.; Gounod: Faust—6 exc. (all in German). PREY, et al. A

88311 S Schumann: Lieder. SCHREIER, SHETLER. A

88312 S Schumann: Lieder, Opp. 40 SHETLER. A

89814 (5) Bach: Cantatas #36, 42, 43, 57, 67, 73, 106, 111, 128, BASNERMEINEL-ASBAHR, GIEBEL (S), FLEISCHER, WOLF-MATTHAUS, WAGNER, SCHRIEVER (a), LUTZE, APRECK, ROTZSCH (t), OETTEL, HAUPTMANN, SIEGEL (bs); RAMIN, St. Thomas’s Church Cho. A. German texts

89827 (5) Bach: Cantatas #24, 65, 72, 78, 92, 95, 119, 138, 144, MEINEL-ASBAHR, TAUBE (s), BIEDERBECK-SCHUSTER, FLEISCHER, SCHRIEVER, WOLF-MATTHAUS (a), LUTZE (t), HAUPTMANN, OETTEL (bs); RAMIN, St. Thomas’s Cho. Leipzig Gewandhaus O. A. German texts

Everest

3434 Schumann: Piano Concerto. GIESEKING; FURTWAENGLER, Berlin PO. Grieg: Piano Concerto. GIESEKING; HEGER, Berlin PO (July, 1944) (falsely credited to Futwaengler). A

S 468 S (3) Weber: Der Freischutz. WATSON, SCHAEDLE, SCHOCK, FRICK, OLLENDORFF; MATACIC, Berlin Opera. Eurodisc stereo recording. A. Libretto

SDBR 3038 S Strauss: Ein Heldenleben. LUDWIG, London SO. A. Purple label. Minor PBs

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Festival Classique

FC 423 S Mozart: Concerto #9 (DESARZENS, Vienna SO); Sonata, K. 331. KRAUS. A

FLW

1/4 (2) Beethoven: Flute Sonata, Op. 105; Variations, Op. 107 (WINKLER); Sonata #23. Ernst LEVY. Private recording. A-, FOT. BJ (as issued?)

Fonit Cetra

DOC 16 Massenet: Werther—exc. (in Italian). PEDERZINI, CORRADI, SCHIPA, PACI; SANTARELLI, Rome Opera (1948). A

DOC 38 (2) Beethoven: Sonatas #7, 15, 21, Vienna PO (April 10, 1954). A. Tiny COH

FE 20 (2) Wagner: Gotterdammerung—Act 3. FLAGSTAD, KONETZNI, SUTHAUS, HERMANN, GREINDL; FURTWAENGLER, RAI Rome (1952). A

Fontana

6540 005 S Beethoven: Symphony #5. MARKEVICH, Lamoureux O. Concerto #5. MAGALOFF;VAN OTTERLOO, Vienna SO. A

Forum

SF 70007 S Schumann: Piano Concerto (RIEDE); Carnaval. FIORENTINO. A

FWR

652 (2) Verdi: La Traviata. CALLAS, COLLIER, VALLETTI, ZANASI; RESCIGNO, Covent Garden (1958). A. BJ, as issued

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GDS

GDS 3001 (3) Handel: Hercules (in Italian). BARBIERI, SCHWARZKOPF, CORELLI, BASTIANINI, HINES; MATACIC, La Scala (Dec. 29, 1958). A. Summary

GNR

G 111 Beethoven: Concerto #4; Hofmann: Chromaticon (REINER, Curtis O.); Rubinstein: Concerto #4—first movement. HOFMANN. Early private release, as originally issued in blank jacket. A

Golden Age of Opera

EJS 101 (3) Verdi: Aida. ROMAN, CASTAGNA, MARTINELLI, WARREN, PINZA; PANIZZA,Met. Opera (1941). Early pressing without numbers on labels. A. BJ

EJS 143 Don Quixote (spoken exc. from English film). CHALIAPIN. Ibert: Don Quixote—songs; Massenet: Don Quichotte—final scene (KLINE). CHALIAPIN. A. BJ, as issued

EJS 152 (2) Donizetti: La Fille du Regiment. PONS, PETTINA, SAVAGE, JOBIN, BACCALONI; PAPI, Met. Opera (Dec. 28, 1940). A. BJ, as issued

EJS 227 Massenet: Manon—Act 2. SAYAO, SCHIPA, BONELLI; MEROLA, San Francisco Opera (1939). Bizet: Carmen—Act 2 (incomplete). TOUREL, ROGATCHEWSKY; HALASZ, N.Y. City Center Opera (1944). A. BJ, as issued

EJS 260 Leoncavalli: I Pagliacci. MARIO, MARTINELLI, TIBBETT, TEDESCO, CEHANOVSKY; BELLEZZA, Met. Opera (1934). A. BJ, as issued

EJS 263 (2) Korngold: Die tote Stadt. CUNITZ, BENNINGSEN, FRIEDRICH, KUSCHE, BRAUN; LEHMANN, Munich St. Opera (August, 1954). A. BJ, as issued

EJS 405 Jussi BJOERLING aria recital, 1936-48. A. BJ

EJS 407 Leoncavallo: La Reginetta della Rose—exc.; Cimarosa: L’Italiana in Londra—exc. LIGABUE, VILLA, MALACARNE, MONTARSONI; GERELLI. A, LSM. BJ, as issued

EJS 426 Bellini: Norma—exc. (TOUREL); Beethoven: Ah, perfido!; arias of Korngold, Giordano, LSM. BJ, as issued

EJS 465 (4) Wagner: Tristan und Isolde. FLAGSTAD, KALTER, MELCHIOR, JANSSEN, LIST; REINER (Covent Garden, 1936). A. BJ, as issued

EJS 545 Gluck: Alceste—exc. BAMPTON, MAISON, KENT, WARREN; PANIZZA, Met. Opera (1941). A. BJ, as issued

Golden Crest

CR 4094 S Favorite Encores. GORIN; DRAGON, o. A

Goldene Aera Richard Wagners

GAW 300 (3) Wagner: Tannhauser. FLAGSTAD, THORBORG, MELCHIOR, LIST, JANSSEN; LEINSDORF, Met. Opera (1941). A. BJ, as issued

GOP

GOP 37 (3) Ponchielli: La Gioconda. TEBALDI, CORELLI, SIEPI, MAC NEIL; CLEVA, Met. Opera (Sept. 22, 1966). A. Italian libretto

GOP 9 (3) Tchaikovsky: Pique Dame (in Italian). GENCER, RADEV, ANNALORO, BRUSCANTINI; SANZOGNO, La Scala (1961). A. Italian libretto

Grand Prix

GP 9003 Songs of Rontani, Rosa, Dvorak, Grieg, Blech, Strauss (2), Benatzky, Stolz, Kalman, Duparc, Vellones, Debussy (2), R. Jensen. Live performances. A

GP2 9009 S (2) The Gilbert ROUND (both of D’Oyly Carte Opera). Donald ADAMS Sings Sullivan Grand Teton Music Festival O. A

GTMF 1981 S (2) Brahms: German Requiem. CIESINSKI (s), LYON (b); Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Smetana: Bartered Bride Overture; Ravel: Rhapsodie Espagnole. TUNG, Grand Teton Music Festival O. Live performances. A

Great French Operatic Performances

CAR 1/6 (3) Bizet: Carmen. PONSELLE, BURKE, MAISON, PINZA; HASSELMANS, Met. Opera (1936). A. Blank box, as issued

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Handel Society

HDL 7 Handel: Suites, Book 2, #2-6. PELLEG (hpsi). A, FOT

Haydn Society

HS 9024 Schubert: Deutsche Tanze, Op. 33; Valses nobles, Op. 77; Waltzes, Opp.9 2, 4, Vienna CO. A, FOT

HSLP 1044 Haydn: Horn Trio. KOCH, Walter SCHNEIDERHAN, HUEBNER. 3 Notturni for the King of Naples. LITSCHAUER, Vienna CO. A, FOT

HSQ 39 Haydn: The 7 Last Words of Christ. SCHNEIDER QT. A. No program notes

Heliodor

2548 024 Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto (FRICSAY, Berlin RSO); Bruch: Concerto #1 (LEITNER, Bamberg SO). SCHNEIDERHAN. A. Minor jacket repair

2548 720 Beethoven: An die ferne Geliebte; 4 Lieder; Brahms: 10 Lieder. SCHLUSNUS, PESCHKO, RUPP. A

2548 729 Schubert: Schwanengesang—7 exc.; Die schone Mullerin—2 exc.; Strauss: 8 Lieder. SCHLUSNUS, var. accomp. A

2701 014 (3) Beethoven: Piano Concertos. KEMPFF; VAN KEMPEN, Berlin PO. A. EP

2702 701 (4) Bach: The Well-Tempered Clavier. GIESEKING (1950 broadcast). A

478 005 Beethoven: Concerto #3. HASKIL; SWOBODA, Winterthur SO. A, LSM. German pressing

88002 Strauss: Tod und Verklarung; Verdi: Aida—Prelude; Wagner: Tristan und Isolde—Prelude Berlin PO (1939). A

88014 Pfitzner: Palestrina—3 Preludes; Das Herz; Symphony in C, Op. 46; Christ-Elflein Overture. PFITZNER, Berlin PO. Berlin St. Opera O. (from 78s). A

88017 100 Years of the Vienna State Opera. A

89655 F Chopin: 10 Nocturnes. ASKENASE. A

89800 F Wagner: Die Walkure—Siegmund! Sieh’ auf mich; Gotterdammerung—exc. VARNAY, WINDGASSEN, GRIENDL; LUDWIG, Bavarian Radio SO, RIAS SO. A

89857 F Brahms: Alto Rhapsody; Mahler: Ruckert Lieder. FORRESTER; FRICSAY. Grieg: 4 songs. KUPPER; RIEGER. A

High Fidelity

(no #) Sir Thomas BEECHAM in Rehearsal. A

Historical Recording Enterprises

HRE 322 S (3) Strauss: Die Frau ohne Schatten. RYSANEK, NILSSON, HESSE, KING, BERRY; BOHM (1977). A

HMV

10 BLP 1086 Puccini: Arias (in English). HAMMOND; Curiel, Philharmonia O. A

7 7ER 5014 (45 rpm) Strauss: Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme—Minuet; Intermezzo—Entr’acte; Feuersnot—Love Scene. BEECHAM, Royal PO. A. TE

ALP 1670 Bach: Cantatas #56 Geraint Jones Singers Bournemouth SO. A. Large dog label

ASD 3714 S Liszt: Tasso; Weber: Turandot Overture; Berlioz: Benvenuto Cellini Moscow RSO. A

ASD 3864 S Delius: 3 Violin Sonatas. MENUHIN, FENBY. A

ASD 4103 D Strauss: 4 Last Songs; Capriccio—finale (JOLL); Der Rosenkavalier—Marschallin’s Monologue. SODERSTROM; ARMSTRONG, Welsh Nat’l Opera O. A

COLH 92 Beethoven: Kreutzer Sonata. THIBAUD, CORTOT. Magic Flute Variations. CASALS, CORTOT. A. No booklet

ED 29 0355 1 Elgar: Symphony #2 (1944); Chopin-Elgar: Funeral March (1932). BOULT,BBC SO. A

EG 29 0016 1 The Art of Marian ANDERSON: Arias, Songs Philharmonia O. From 78s, 1950. A

HMV (Denmark)

MOAK 19 Arias Hartmann (4), Bach, Gounod, Tchaikovsky, Heise (3), Lange-Muller, Vol. 5.) A

HMV (Sweden)

SCLP 1015 Taube: Skillingtryck. BJORLIN, inst. ens. FS

Hor Zu

SHZE 335 S Stolz: Operetta songs. GEDDA; STOLZ. A

HRE

HRE 355 (3) Handel: Rodelinda. SUTHERLAND, BAKER, ELKINS, HERNICX; FARNCOMBE (London, 1959). A

HRE 363 Mozart: Don Giovanni—exc.; Le Nozze di Figaro—exc.; Concert Arias. CABALLE (live, 1965-75). A

Hungaroton

LPX 12428/9 (2) Beethoven: Fidelio (without dialogue). BATHY, ROSLER, MALECZKY, KOSZO, SZEKELY; KLEMPERER, Hungarian St. Opera (Nov. 8, 1948). A. Minor jacket damage

LPX 12597 Verdi: Arias. SVED, var. accomp. (1952-59). A. Corner clipped

LPX 12705/6 (2) Mozart: Die Zauberflote. OSVATH, MATYAS, PAVLANSZKY, NAGYPAL, MINDSZENTI, SZEKELY; KLEMPERER, Hungarian St. Opera (1949). A

SLPX 11527 S Haydn: Appointment of a Conductor (TAKACS, SZOKEFALVY-NAGY, s; FULOP, t); Enervated Moment; The Storm; Chorus of the Dances. SZEKERES, Budapest Madrigal Choir, Hungarian St. O. FS

SLPX 11596/600 S (5) Brahms: Piano Quartets; Piano Quintet; Clarinet Quintet (B. KOVACS). SZABO, LANTOS, RANKI, FALVAI (pf), BARTOK QT. A

Hunters Moon Promotions

HMP 0486 S Beethoven: Variations on Rule Brittania; Minuet in Eb; Variations onan Irish Air; Variations on God Save the Queen; Polonaise; F.X. Mozart: 4 Polonaises melancoliques. ETHERDEN. A

Hyperion

A66121 D Works of Bonnet, Guilmant (2), Whitlock, Brewer, Monnikendam, Johnson, Widor, Preston, Westminster Abbey organ. A

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International Piano Archives

IPA 113 Chopin: Sonata #2; works of Debussy, Sinding, Chaminade, Rubinstein, N.Y. Phil. 1938); Concerto #1—Allegro (exc.) (HARTY, BBC SO, 1935); Beethoven: Concerto #5—finale (ITURBI, cond. 1941). HOFMANN. A. Desmar pressing

International Record Collectors’ Club

L 7004 Echoes of the Golden Age of Opera. Mapleson cylinders, 1901-03, of EAMES, CALVE, NORDICA, J. DE RESZKE, GADZKI, MELBA, BREVAL, et al. A

L 7017 A Bouquet for Lucrezia BORI. Met. Opera Gala Farewell, 1936, + 1910 London recordings; 1960 spoken intro by Bori. A

L 7024 Mario CHAMLEE: Gems from His Repertoire (w. ONEGIN, DANISE) (from 78s, 1 unpub.) A

International Recorded Music Society

IRMS 1132 Chopin: Etudes, Op. 10; 3 Nouvelles Etudes. GOLDSAND. A, FOT. TE

IRMS 1133 Chopin: Etudes, Op. 25; Herold Variations, Op. 12. GOLDSAND. A, FOT. TE

IRMS 1149 Liszt: 6 Paganini Etudes; Rachmaninov: Variations on a Theme of Chopin. GOLDSAND. A. TE

IPAM

IPAM 1104 Works of Chopin (11), Hofmann, Mendelssohn, 1938 performance, 1942 broadcast. A

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Kapp

KCL 9023 Etudes of Chopin, Debussy, Liszt, FOT; 1/4 X. AS

Klavier

KD 137 D Ravel: Piano music. RAVEL (some allegedly CASADESUS). Jeux d’Eaux. SCHMIDT. Ma mere l’oye—2 exc. W. Liszt, Schumann, Debussy, Scene 2; Act 3. RUNGER, FRIEDRICH, RODE; W. BRUCKNER (1938). A

Legendary Recordings

LR 180 Boito: Mefistofele—exc. ZEANI, GRILLI, ROSSI-LEMENI; DE FABRITIIS (Trieste, 1970). A

Library of Congres

OMP 101/2 S (2) Our Musical Past: A Concert for Brass Band, Voice, B. ROSE (1850 Chickering pf); FENNELL, period brass ens. A, FOT. Extensive booklet

Limelight

LS 86049 S Henry: Le Voyage. Electronic music. A

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

LCS 1969 S Second International University Choral Festival: Great University Choruses from Every Continent. A, LSM

Literar Mechana

0120 046/7 (2) Verdi: Falstaff (in German). NEUMANN-KNAPP, WULF, FICHTMULLER, TEGETTHOFF, RASP, MARKWORT, ULBRICHT, HOTTER, SCHELLENBERG, ZEITHAMMER; WEISBACH, Leipzig RSO 1939). A

London

10 LD 9018 Mussorgsky: Boris Godounov—Death of Boris; Verdi: Don Carlos—Philip’s Aria. ARIE; Krips, Erede. A, LSM

414 334 1 D Mozart: Symphonies #40 Chamber O. of Europe. FS

414 611 1 Schumann: Frauenliebe und Leben; Lieder of Schubert (6) Bruno WALTER (pf) (+ brief Ferrier talk). A

414 624 1 S Wagner: Wedendonck-Lieder (KNAPPERTSBUSCH); Mahler: Kindertotenlieder; Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (BOULT). FLAGSTAD, Vienna PO. A

417 287 1 Franck: Symphony; Schumann: Symphony #1. FURTWAENGLER, Vienna PO. A. COH

417 295 1 D Bruckner: Symphony #9. SOLTI, Chicago SO. A

421 177 1 D (3) Bach: St. Matthew Passion. TE KANAWA, VON OTTER, ROLFE JOHNSON, KRAUSE, BLOCHWITZ, BAR; SOLTI, Chicago SO London SO. A. FFSS label

CS 6406 S Prokofiev: Symphony #5. ANSERMET, Suisse Romande O. A. EP. Corner clipped

CS 6509 S Glazounov: The Seasons; 2 Concert Waltzes. ANSERMET, Suisse Romande O. A. EP

CS 6519 S Strauss: Horn Concertos #1 London SO. A. EP. Large FFRR label

CS 6538 S Prokofiev: Scythian Suite; The Prodigal Son. ANSERMET, Suisse Romande O. A. EP

CS 6567 S Brahms: Serenade #1. KERTESZ, London SO. Gorgeous performance! A, LSM. EP

CS 6822 S Rachmaninov: Variations on a Theme by Corelli; Etudes-Tableaux, Op. 39. ASHKENAZY. A. EP

CS 6844 S Chopin: Etudes, Opp. 10 PREVIN. FS. EP

CS 7087 S Scriabin: Sonatas #2, 7, London SO. A. EP

LL 1135 Mozart: Clarinet Concerto. DE PEYER. Bassoon Concerto. HELAERTS; COLLINS, London SO. A

LL 114 Beethoven: Concerto #5. CURZON; SZELL, London PO. Audible pitch changes between original 78rpm sides. A, LSM

LL 1265 Oboussier: Antigone (CAVELTI, c.); Geiser: Symphony in d. ANSERMET, Suisse Romande O. A

LL 1725 Schubert: Moments musicaux; Schumann: Waldscenen. BACKHAUS. A; minor PBs

LL 21 Schubert: Symphony #6. KRIPS, London SO. A-, LSM

LL 320 Boccherini: Quartet in D, Op. 6, #1; Haydn: Quartet in Eb, Op. 64, #6. NEW ITALIAN QT. (Quartetto Italiano). A, LSM; minor PB

LL 322 Beethoven: Sonata #26, Les Adieux; Eroica Variations. GULDA. A, FOT; minor PBs

LL 574 Sibelius: Symphony #1. COLLINS, London SO. A

LL 586 Haydn: Symphony #49; Mozart: Divertimento, K. 131. H. BLECH, London Mozart Players. A, LSM. U.S. pressing

LL 618 Mahler: Symphony #4. RITCHIE; VAN BEINUM, Concertgebouw O. A, FOT

LL 77 Villa-Lobos: Piano Concerto. BALLON; ANSERMET, Suisse Romande O. A-/B, FOT

LLA 23 (3) Bloch: 4 String Quartets. GRILLER QT. A

OS 25231 S Mozart: 2 Concert Arias, K. 272 Haydn O. A. Blue back jacket

OS 26042 S Baritone Arias. KRAUSE; Quadri, Vienna Opera O. A

OS 26054 S An Introduction to German Lieder (all orchestrated). WEATHERS (s); CARSTE, o. A. Texts

OS 26147 S Mahler: Kindertotenlieder; Wagner: Wesendonck Lieder. HORNE; LEWIS, Royal PO. A. Texts

OSA 12108 S (2) Haydn: The Creation. POPP, DOSE, HOLLWEG, LUXON, MOLL; DORATI, Brighton Festival Cho. Royal PO. A. Text

OSA 13128 S (3) Haydn: The Seasons. COTRUBAS, KRENN, SOTIN; DORATI, Royal PO. A. EP. Libretto

OSA 13134 S (3) Massenet: Don Quichotte. CRESPIN, BACQUIER, GHIAUROV; KORD, Suisse Romande O. A, LSM. EP. Libretto

OSA 1319 S (3) J. Strauss: Die Fledermaus. GUEDEN, KOTH, RESNIK, ZAMPIERI, KMENTT, BERRY, WAECHTER, KUNZ; KARAJAN, Vienna PO ( NILSSON, SIMIONATO, SUTHERLAND, BERGANZA, PRICE, DEL MONACO, BJOERLING, BASTIANINI, CORENA, WELITSCH). A. FFSS label. EP. Libretto

OSA 1383 S (3) Rossini: Semiramide. SUTHERLAND, HORNE, ROULEAU, SERGE, MALAS; BONYNGE. A. EP. Libretto

OSA 1432 S (4) Verdi: Don Carlo. TEBALDI, BUMBRY, BERGONZI, FISCHER-DIESKAU, GHIAUROV; SOLTI, Royal Opera, Covent Garden. A. EP. Libretto

OSA 1446 S (4) Rossini: William Tell. FRENI, PAVAROTTI, MILNES, GHIAUROV; CHAILLY. A. Libretto

OSA 1502 S (6) Wagner: Tristan RESNIK, UHL, KRAUSE, VAN MILL;SOLTI, Vienna PO. Includes bonus Project Tristan documentary disc. A. EP. Libretto

SPC 21006 S Mussorgsky-Stokowski: Pictures at an Exhibition; Debussy-Stokowski: The Engulfed Cathedral. STOKOWSKI, New Phil. O. A. EP

SPC 21116 S Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto; Mendelssohn: Concerto. RICCI; FOURNET, Netherlands Radio PO. A

London (Japan)

K18C 8221 S Debussy: Le Martyre de St. Sebastien—exc. DANCO, WOUGH, DE GONTMOLLIN; ANSERMET, Suisse Romande O. Union Chorale. A. Obi strip. COH

London International

TW 91114/5 (2) Planquette: Les Cloches de Corneville. RIEDINGER, MUSY, BLANC, GIRAUDEAU, BALDON; DERVAUX. A. French summary

TW 91145 Franck: Prelude, Chorale Psalette Notre-Dame. A, FOT

London Treasury

STS 15018 S Tchaikovsky: Symphony #6. MARTINON, Vienna PO. A. EP

STS 15022 S Debussy: Jeux; Danse; Dukas: La Peri. ANSERMET, Suisse Romande O. A, LSM. EP

STS 15057 S Ravel: Bolero; Alborada del Gracioso; Weber-Berlioz: Invitation to the Dance; Falla: 3-Cornered Hat—3 dances. WOLFF, Paris Conservatory O. A. EP

STS 15108 S Glazounov: The Seasons. WOLFF, Paris Conservatory O. A. EP

STS 15207 S Dvorak: Quartets, Opp. 34 Vienna PO. FS

STS 15533 S Rossini: Arias. BERGANZA; GIBSON, London SO. A. U.S. pressing

Longanesi Periodici

GCL 36 Mozart: Concertos #13 RIAS SO (1953/52). A

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M-G-M

10 E132 Handel-Harty: Water Music Suite; Bach: Suite #3—Air. MARROW, Pro Arte O. A

10 E141 Works of Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin, Liszt (2), Schumann, LSM

E3370 Gottschalk: Piano music. BEHREND. Splendid playing; one of her 2 LPs. A, LSM. EAR

E3548 Chavez: Symphony #5; Toccata for Percussion. SOLOMON. A. Blue jacket reprint

Mack

003/4 (2) Complete Acoustic Recordings. MENGELBERG, N.Y. Phil. A. Booklet

Maxim Gershunoff

M 101 Paganini: Violin Concerto #2 (w. Markov cadenzas) (ROZHDESTVENSKY, Moscow RSO); works of Corelli, Paganini, Kreisler, no other credits. Private edition, in blank jacket, with signed letter from the violinist. A

McIntosh Music

MC 1006 Kabalevsky: Piano Sonata #2; Sonatina #1; 3 Preludes. HAIEN. A

MDP

014 Cilea: Adriana Lecouvreur—exc. (GIGLI) (1939); Verdi: Il Trovatore—exc. (GIGLI, SILVERI) (1947); arias of Boito, Donizetti, Verdi, Ponchielli, FILIPPESCHI, F. ALBANESE, RAIMONDI; SERAFIN, Florence May Festival (April 26, 1952), + CALLAS 1937 broadcast in A. NIKOLAYEVA; SONDECKIS, Lithuanian CO. A

A10 00035 S Khrennikov: The Hussar—ballet suite. FEDOSEYEV, USSR RSO. A

D 028667/8 Beethoven: Sonatas #8 1968). A

D 06007/12 (3) Verdi: Aida. SOKOLOVA, MIKHAILOV, PETROV; MELIK-PASHAYEV, Bolshoi A

D 06271/6 (3) Verdi: La Traviata. SHUMSKAYA, KOZLOVSKY, LISITSIAN; ORLOV, Bolshoi Opera. A

D 06943/4 Songs Schubert, Schumann, Ravel, Tchaikovsky, Kabalevsky, Valter. A. EAR jacket repaired

M10 36095/6 Mozart: Concerto #17; Rachmaninov: Concerto #2. OBORIN; GAUK, Moscow RSO (1950). A

M10 43343/4 Haydn: Cello Concerto in D (SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT, Berlin PO); works of Mehul, Schumann, Faure, Dvorak, Albeniz, St.-Saens, Berlin PO (1943). A. Minor jacket repair

M10 48687 (2) Schubert: Sonatas, Op. 137, #2 pf) (1949); Sonata in A, D. 574; Fantasia in C, D. 934 (N. KOGAN) (1978/81) (STEREO). KOGAN (Complete Collection, Vol. 4). A. Jacket water-damaged

S 01783/4 S Debussy: Iberia; Ravel: Rapsodie Espagnole; La Valse. KONDRASHIN. Moscow Radio SO. A

S 01801/2 S Beethoven: Concerto #4. GILELS; SZELL, Cleveland O. EMI recording. A

S 01917/8 S Mozart: Violin Concertos #3 Moscow PO members. A

S 02025/6 S Beethoven: Quartet #14, in c#, Op. 131. BEETHOVEN QT. A

S 02171/2 S Beethoven: Quartets, Opp. 127 Harmonie der Welt. MRAVINSKY, Leningrad PO. A

S 03305/6 S Beethoven: Quartet, Op. 132. BEETHOVEN QUARTET. A. Jacket top damaged

S 03699/700 S Brahms: Violin Concerto. GRACH; KONDRASHIN, Moscow PO. A

S 0383/6 S (2) Mahler: Symphony #3. LEVKO; KONDRASHIN, Moscow PO Op. 120; 4 Impromptus, Op. 90. GRINBERG. A

S10 07139/40 S Weber: 6 Violin Sonatas. KOMISSAROV, KARANDASHOVA. A

S10 09255/8 S (2) Khrennikov: Love for Love (complete ballet). KOPILOV, Bolshoi O. A

S10 17781 S (2) Strauss: Alpine Symphony; Wagner: Orchestral excerpts. MRAVINSKY, Leningrad PO. A. Minor jacket damage

S10 19349 S Chopin: 24 Preludes, Op. 28. NIKOLAYEVA. A

S10 25969 S Beethoven: Quartet in Eb, Op. 74. TANEYEV QT. A

S10 32487 S (2) Bach: Sonatas for Violin K. RICHTER. A

Melodram

004 (3) Wagner: Die Walkure. HARSHAW, SCHECH, THEBOM, VINAY, EDELMANN, BOHME; MITROPOULOS, Met. Opera (Feb. 2, 1957). A. German libretto

MEL 014 (4) Wagner: Tristan TREPTOW, FRANTZ, BRAUN, GROSSMANN; E. KLEIBER, Bavarian St. Opera (July 20, 1952). A

MEL 019 (3) Verdi: Un Ballo in Maschera. WELITSCH, WATSON, PICCHI, SILVERI, NONI; GUI, Glyndebourne Festival Cho. Royal PO (Edinburgh Festival, Sept. 1949). A. Italian libretto

MEL 075 (2) Wagner: Wesendonck Lieder (KEILBERTH); Lieder of Brahms (4) Handel (2), Gluck (2), Verdi, Mussorgsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Humperdinck, d’Albert, Orff, THORBORG, MELCHIOR, KIPNIS; LEINSDORF, Met. Opera (1941). Poor sound warning. FS

MEL 307 (3) Beethoven: Fidelio. FLAGSTAD, FARRELL, MAISON, LIST, SCHORR; BODANSKY, Met. Opera (1938). Sound quality warning on box. A

MEL 479 (3) Spontini: Olimpia. LORENGAR, COSSOTTO, Franco TAGLIAVINI, GUELFI,ZACCARIA; MOLINARI-PRADELLI, La Scala (1966). A. Summary

MEL 704 (2) Beethoven: Missa Solemnis. L. PRICE, LUDWIG, GEDDA, ZACCARIA; KARAJAN, Vienna Friends of Music Cho. 1959). A

MEL 706 Strauss: Tod und Verklarung; Berlioz: Roman Carnival; Verdi: Vespri Siciliani Overture. DE SABATA, Vienna PO (Salzburg, 1953). A

MEL 709 (3) Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro. SCHWARZKOPF, SEEFRIED, LUDWIG, FISCHER-DIESKAU, KUNZ; BOHM, Vienna St. Opera (Salzburg, 1957). A

Mercury

MG10067 Bach: Sonata for solo flute; Beethoven: Sonata in Bb; Hindemith: Sonata; works of Honegger, Roussel, VEYRON-LACROIX. A-, LSM

MG50101 Debussy: Afternoon of a Faun; Iberia; La Mer. PARAY, Detroit SO. A. AS

MG50120 Schubert: Fantasy in C; Violin Sonata in A. DRUIAN, SIMMS. A

MG50157 Prokofiev: Love for 3 Oranges Suite; Scythian Suite. DORATI, London SO. A. AS

MG50406 Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto; Schumann: Concerto. SZERYNG; DORATI, London SO. A. AS

MG80004 Kodaly: Quartet #1, Op. 2. ROTH QT. (Roth, Antal, Harsanyi, Starker). A, LSM

SR90259 S Picchi: Balli d’Arpicordo; Frescobaldi: Harpsichord works. PUYANA. A. RFR matrix

SR90517- S Strauss: Parergon to the Sinfonia Domestica; Corigliano: Piano Concerto. SOMER; ALESSANDRO, San Antonio SO. A. Late pressing

Mercury Golden Imports

SRI 2 77013 S (2) Beethoven: Symphonies #8 HODGSON, BURROWS, BAILEY; DORATI, Royal PO. A

SRI 75010 S Hovhaness: Symphony #4; Giannini: Symphony #3. ROLLER, Eastman Wind Ens. FS

Merry

MR 6023 S Prokofiev: Peter anon. orch. A, FOT

Metropolitan Opera Association

MET 8 (3) Verdi: Un Ballo in Maschera. MILANOV, CASTAGNA, BJOERLING, SVED; PANIZZA, Met. Opera (1940). A. Booklet Donizetti (2), cho. as issued

MGS

106 Berlioz: Les Nuits d’Ete (EHRLING); arias of Auber (2), Rameau (2), from 78s. Includes unpublished Chopin Etudes, Op. 10, #1, #2. A. BJ, as issued

1968 3 Liszt: Concerto #1 (RONALD, London SO); Hungarian Rhapsodies #12 as issued

1505 Beethoven: Symphony #7. MRAVINSKY, Leningrad PO. A. Jacket top damaged

Mobile Fidelity

MFSL 1 513 S Debussy: La Mer; Afternoon of a Faun; Ravel: Bolero. KARAJAN, Berlin PO. A

Monitor

MC 2074 Chaikin: Accordion Concerto. KAZAKOV; DUDAROVA. Shishakov: Balalaika Concerto. ROZHKOV; SMIRNOV. Vassilenko: Suite for Balalaika. BLINOV; KHIVRICH. Reznikov: Toccata for Balalaika. AVKSENTIEV. A

MCS 2119 F Works of Chopin; Granados, Borodin, Prokofiev, Strauss, Handel, Schumann, Op. 80. FEINBERG. Medtner: Sonata #3, Op. 22. GILELS. Alexandrov: Sonata #2. ZAK. A

Montilla

FMS 2041 S Albeniz: Iberia—3 exc.; Surinach: Feria Magica Overture; Rimsky-Korsakov: Capriccio Espagnol. SURINACH, French Nat’l Radio O. A

Movimento Musica

02.013 (2) Schubert: Winterreise. FISCHER-DIESKAU, BILLING (live, Berlin, 1948). A

03.028 (3) Verdi: La Forza del Destino. MILANOV, ELIAS, TUCKER, WARREN, SIEPI, CORENA; STIEDRY, Met. Opera (1956). A. Italian libretto

MRF

MRF 133 (3) Bellini: Bianca e Fernando. HAYASHI, SAVASTANO, MACCHI; FERRO (Turin, 1976). A, LSM. Libretto

MRF 155 S S (4) Wagner: Das Liebesverbot. CANTELO, I. WOLF, HERINCX, A. YOUNG; DOWNES, BBC Northern Singers SIMIONATO, RAIMONDI, ROSSI-LEMENI; GAVAZZENI, La Scala (April 14, 1957). A. Photo booklet

MRF 53 (2) Spontini: La Vestale. GENCER, MEROLLA, MATTIUCCI; PREVITALI (Palermo, Dec. 4, 1969). A. Booklet

MRF 7 (3) Gala Farewell Performance, April 16, 1966 (Metropolitan Opera). A. Box repaired

Music for Pleasure

MFP 2032 S Arias of Puccini (5), Verdi (3), Leoncavallo, Gounod, Flotow, Donizetti, o. A

Music Guild

MS 842 S Mozart: 5 Church Sonatas; Fantasies, K. 594 Paillard CO. A

Music-Appreciation Records

MAR 3004 Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto. MORINI; RODZINSKI, Royal PO. A. AS

Musical Heritage Society

MHS 1155/7 S (3) Works of D’Indy, Magnard, De Severac, Chausson, Ropartz, LASKINE. Clarinet Concerto.LANCELOT; PAILLARD, Paillard CO. A

MHS 1457/8 S (2) Bach: Goldberg Variations. DEMUS (pf). A

MHS 1542 S Works of Torelli, Alberti, Bononcini, Stoelzel, GABEL, TOUVRON, SOUSTROT, SUGIKI, SCHWEIZER (tpt); CAILLARD, Paillard CO (Maure Andre DIEDRICHSEN, GEISE, HERZER (period inst.) A

MHS 1856 S Flute Encores (19 items). WILSON, PARTY (hpsi), VILLA (pf). A

MHS 1950 S Works of Dowland (9), Cutting (2), Bulman, Johnson (3), Morley, Thalberg, Chopin, Gottschalk, Busoni, Godowsky, Hofmann, Field, Liszt, Moszkowski, Rubinstein, Dohnanyi, Hewitt, Gottschalk, Hoffman, Nevin, Dett, Griffes, Antheil, Beach, McDowell, Gershwin, Gould, Cumming, Barber, SLOANE, SONNECK, KOELZ, HERTEL. A

MHS 818 S Christmas in the Great Cathedral of Reims. MUZERELLE, Reims CathedralChoir (MARCHAL, organ). A

MHS 985 S Dittersdorf: Serenade in F. SIEPENBUSCH, Vienna CO. Partita #1. BIEDERMEIER WIND ENS. A

Musical Masterpiece Society

10 MMS 13 Bach: Brandenburg Concertos #4 GRAF, KLEMM (fl), PELLEG (hpsi); GOEHR, Winterthur SO. A

MMS 2006 Dvorak: Cello Concerto. TORTELIER; ACKERMANN [GOEHR?], Zurich TonhalleO. A-, FOT

Musidisc

RC 781 S Boccherini: Quartets, Op. 64, #1 #5; Cambini: Quartet inD. CARMIRELLI QT. A

Muza

SXL 0129/31 S (3) Bach: Mass in b. STADER, S. WAGNER, HAEFLIGER, ADAM; MAUERSBERGER. A. BJ, original box front

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New Haven Chorale

CO 2327 Mozart: Mass in c [K. 427?]. KRUEGER, SUDOCK, STERN, P. SIMONDS; MEIER, New Haven Chorale March 9, 1968). A. BJ, program bklt. Credits pasted to jacket

New World

NW 258 S Diamond: Symphony #4. BERNSTEIN, N.Y. Phil. Mennin: Symphony #7. MARTINON, Chicago SO. A

Nonesuch

H 71066 S Telemann: Concerto for 2 Horns. BARBOTEU, COURSIER. Trumpet Concerto in D. CALVAYRAC. Oboe d’Amore Concerto in A. CASIER. Violin Concerto in G. ARMAND; AURIACOMBE, Toulouse CO. A

H 71102 S Mozart: Divertimento in Eb, K. 563. FRENCH STRING TRIO (Jarry, Collot,Tournus). A

H 71373 S Songs of Rachmaninov KALISH. A. Texts

OD 101/2 (2) Maria CALLAS Potpourri: Heretofore Unavailable Performances (1950-62). A

Odeon (France)

Oiseau-Lyre

OL 50090 Torelli: 12 Concerti Grossi, Op. 8, #4-7, 10, ALES (Violin); KAUFMAN, o. A/A-, FOT

SOL 60006 S Bach: Brandenburg Concertos #3-5. DART, Philomusica of London. A

SOL 60029 S Mozart: Divertimenti, K. 247 English CO. A. EP

Olympus

ORL 215 Marcella SEMBRICH aria recital, from 78s. A

Omega

OSL 14 S Schumann: Piano Concerto. ENGEL; CHABRUN, Cento Soli O. A/A-, LSM

OMY

6200 (3) Bellini: Norma. CALLAS, STIGNANI, PICCHI; GUI, Royal Opera, Covent Garden (1952). BJR production. A

Opera

1012 Beethoven: Overtures—Coriolan; Egmont; Prometheus; Leonore #3. HORENSTEIN, Vienna SO. Complete contents of ultra-scarce Vox PL 8020. A, LSM

Opera Disc

OD 1000/2 (3) Strauss: Die schwiegsame Frau. GUEDEN, WUNDERLICH, PREY, HOTTER; BOHM, Vienna St. Opera (Salzburg, 1959). A. BJ. BJ. Libretto

Operatic Archives

OPA 1036/7 (2) Massenet: Manon—exc.; Gounod: Romeo [San Francisco Opera]. BOOKLET SIGNED BY SAYAO. A. Booklet

OPA 1043/4 (2) Debussy: La Damoiselle Elue (TOSCANINI, 1936); aria Op. 83; Lieder of Brahms (4) WERBA. DMM pressing. A. Texts

Orfeus

Vol. 1 (5) Brahms: German Requiem; Strauss: Don Juan. FURTWAENGLER. 4 Last Songs (JURINAC); Berg: Violin Concerto (KRASNER). F. BUSCH, + various exc. SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT, ALFVEN, TOSCANINI, STOKOWSKI, TALICH, etc. all Stockholm PO. A

Overtone

PR4M 2337/8 Mozart: Requiem. PILGRIM, PORTO, STERN, BUNDOCK; MEIER, New Haven Chorale 1962; private release. A. Program booklet

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Paragon

LBI 53013 Mahler: Symphony #5. SCHERCHEN, RAI SO Milan (1962). A

Parliament

PLP 134 Rachmaninov: Concerto #2. RICHTER; SANDERLING, Leningrad PO. FS

Past Masters

PM 18 Tchaikovsky: Concerto #1. HANSEN; MENGELBERG, Berlin PO. 1812 Overture. MENGELBERG, Concertgebouw O. A

PM 4 Dvorak: Symphony #9; Borodin: In the Steppes of Central Asia (1941); Weber: Freischutz Overture (1931). MENGELBERG, Concertgebouw O. A

Pathe

10 DT 25026 Souvenirs de la Belle Epoque. ROBIN; ETCHEVERRY, Colonne O. A, FOT. Insert

DTX 30140 Varney: Les Mousquetaires au Couvent. BERTON, DACHARY, DASSY, DENS, AMADE; CARIVEN, St. Paul Cho. Lamoureux O. A. No insert

Pearl

CLA 1000 (9) Pupils of Clara Schumann. Recordings of DAVIES, EIBENSCHUTZ (mostly unpub.), from 78s, 1907-12 (2 scarce 1907 items). A

GEMM 147 Bach: Partita #1; English Suite #2; Chromatic Fantasia PONSELLE, HOMER, ANTHONY, PINZA, DE LUCA, STRACCIARI. 3 unpub. Martinelli items. A

GEMM 201 Bax: Viola Sonata. TERTIS, BAX. Works of Dale, Galuppi, Wolstenholme, pf); Beethoven: Eyeglass Duet (Lillian TERTIS, cello). TERTIS. All items previously unpublished. A

GEMM 320/1 (2) Tenors of the Bolshoi. KOZLOVSKY (11), VINOGRADOV (3), LEMESHEV (8), NELEPP (7), var. accomp. A

Penzance

1 S Meyerbeer: Les Huguenots—Act 1 (exc.); Act 2 (complete). SILLS, PONCET; GIOVANINETTI. A

PR 33 Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto (HEIFETZ); Mozart: Divertimento, K. 287.CANTELLI, N.Y. Phil. (March 14, 1954). A. BJ, as issued

Period

SPL 510+ Kodaly: Sonata for unaccompanied cello, Op. 8. STARKER. Two-sided version (later reissued on one side). A, FOT. BJ

SPL 511 Tchaikovsky: Pique Dame—exc. MARSAKOVA, DJIEJINSKAYA, ZLATOGOKERA, CHANAEV, MORTZOV, BATURIN; SAMOSUD, Moscow Opera O. A-, FOT

SPL 544 Mozart: Horn Concerto #1. GORMER. Concerto for Flute D. WAGNER; LUND, Stuttgart Ton-Studio O. A/A-, LSM

SPL 582- Bach: Cello Suites #1 FOT; minor PB. BJ

SPL 720 Kodaly: Duo for Violin LSM; minor PB. BJ

Philips

412 707 1 S (2) Tippett: The Knot Garden. GOMEZ, BARSTOW, MINTON, TEAR, HEMSLEY, HERINCX; DAVIS, Royal Opera. FS. COH

416 137 1 D (2) Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana. OBRAZTSOVA, BARBIERI, GALL, DOMINGO, BRUSON; PRETRE, La Scala (1983) (from Zeffirelli film). A. COH. Italian libretto

420 157 1 D Britten: Introduction LOBANOV. A. Jacket top damaged

6500 021 S Bartok: Violin Concerto #2; Rhapsody #1. SZERYNG; HAITINK, Concertgebouw O. A

6500 119 S Bach: Double Concerto (TOYODA, violin); Concerto for Violin Op. 3, #6. GRUMIAUX; DE WAART, New Philharmonia O. A

6500 132 S Tchaikovsky: Trio. BEAUX ARTS TRIO. A

6500 530 S Brahms: Violin Concerto. SZERYNG; HAITINK, Concertgebouw O. A

6504 027 S Widor: Organ Symphony #9, Gothic. COCHEREAU, Notre-Dame organ, Paris. A

6514 317 D Haydn: Sonatas L. 58, 60, 50, 51). BRENDEL. A. COH

6520 002 S Schumann: Dichterliebe; Schubert: 8 Lieder. PREY, HOKANSON. A. German texts

6570 148 S Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade; Capriccio espagnol. MARKEVICH, London SO. A

6570 191 S Rimsky-Korsakov: Russian Easter Overture; Borodin: Polovtsian Dances (Netherlands Radio Cho.); Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture. MARKEVICH, Concertgebouw O. A

6580 061 S Salve Festa Dies: Gregorian Chants sung by the Benedictine Monks of the Abbey Saint-Maurice Luxemburg. A

6582 003 S Liszt: Piano Concertos. JANIS; KONDRASHIN, ROZHDESTVENSKY. Mercury recordings. A, LSM

6700 019 S (2) Berlioz: Requiem. DAVIS, London SO German Bach Soloists. A

6700 115 S (2) Bach: Orgelbuchlein. CHORZEMPA. A

6725 029 S (2) Paganini: Violin Concertos #1, 3, London SO. A

6747 414 S (5) Haydn: Trios, Vol. 2. BEAUX-ARTS TRIO. A

6768 018 S (2) Mozart: Litaniae Lauretanae Beata Maria Virginis, K. 195; Litaniae de Venerabili Altus Sacramento, K. 243; religious choral works. FRANK-REINECKE, REINHARDT-KISS, BURMEISTER, BUCHNER, POLSTER, BERNSTEIN; KEGEL, Leipzig Radio Cho. Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. A

802 711/2 S (2) Mahler: Symphony #3. FORRESTER; HAITINK, Concertgebouw O. cho’s. A

802 884/5 S (2) Mahler: Symphony #2. AMELING, HEYNIS; HAITINK, Netherlands Radio Cho. Concertgebouw O. A

835 148 S Chopin: Etudes, Opp. 10 Op. 6, #1 #2. QUARTETTO ITALIANO. A

9500 353 S Bach: Italian Concerto; Chromatic Fantasy BWV 922 LORAND, E. REHFUSS, PONCET, BIANCO, ANDREOZZI, NOLLIER; WAGNER. A. AS

Philips (Japan)

27PC 48 S Works of Bach (2), Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert (2), Schumann, St. Ouen Church organ, Rouen (Cavaille-Coll). A

Phoenix

ALP 1002 Beethoven: Symphony #9 (in English). LICETTE, BRUNSKILL, EISDELL, WILLIAMS; WEINGARTNER, London SO Golz, Paparello, Marucelli, Calace, et al. FRYE (mandolin), et al (from live performances). A, LSM; 1/3 X

Poesia Musica

S 1001 D Brahms: 4 Ballades, Op. 10; Chopin: 2 Nocturnes; Liszt: Valse Oubliee #4; Sonetto 123 del Petrarca. HAIMOVSKY. A

Polymusic

PRLP 1009 Schubert: Lieder. SCHEY, Reyners. A/A-, FOT. English summaries

Poseidon Society

1002 S Hovhaness: Fra Angelico; Requiem Royal PO, North Jersey Wind Symphony. A, LSM

Pro Arte

PAL 1066 S Faure: Violin Sonata #2; Respighi: Sonata. SUK, HALA. A

Program

EXLP 707 Beethoven: Trio, Op. 97, Archduke. JAMBOR, AITAY, STARKER. A/A-, FOT

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Qualiton

LPX 1008 Liszt: Sonata. Annie FISCHER. A

SLPX 1289 S Aria Antiche. SVED; CLEMENCIC, Musica Antiqua Wien. A

Quintessence

PMC 7031 S Grieg: Piano Concerto; Liszt: Concerto #1. WILD; LEIBOWITZ, SARGENT, Royal PO. Reader’s Digest recordings. A

PMC 7054 S Dohnanyi: Variations on a Nursery Tune (C. VON DOHNANYI); Capriccio inf; Liszt: Hungarian Fantasia (STANGER); Mephisto Waltz. WILD. Reader’s Digest recordings. A

PMC 7077 S Beethoven: Triple Concerto. PANENKA, SUK, CHUCHRO; MASUR, Czech PO. A

PMC 7101 S Schubert: Trout Quintet (PANENKA, pf); Quartettsatz. SMETANA QT. A

PMC 7104 S Mozart: Symphonies #39 London SO. A

PMC 7119 S Dvorak: Symphony #8. NEUMANN, Czech PO. A

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Radio Nederland

6808 048/54 S (7, 13 sides) Dutch Soloists COOYMANS (c), VAN EGMOND (b), BRUGGEN (recorder DANZI WIND QUINTET, BRUINS/NETHERLANDS QT. BERGHOUT/BARWAHSER, DERCKSEN (pf), GUARNERI TRIO, AMELING,OLOF, et al. A

RCA Camden

CAL 187 Beethoven: Symphony #6. STOKOWSKI, N.Y. City SO. A, LSM

CAL 215 Khachaturian: Gayne—Suite. RODZINSKI, Chicago SO. Franck: Piece Heroique; Rimsky-Korsakov: Le Coq d’Or—Bridal Procession. MONTEUX, San Francisco SO. Delius: Walk to the Paradise Garden. GOOSSENS, Cincinnati SO. A

CFL 103 (6) Works of Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Dukas, Liszt, J. Strauss, Strauss, Op. 46. TALICH. Others by GOOSSENS, FIEDLER, KINDLER, LAMBERT. A; 2 1/8 X’s. Spine repaired

RCA Gold Seal

AGL1 3882 S Liebermann: Concerto for Jazz Band Chicago SO. Also 8 items (mostly mono) by S-F O. A. COH

RCA Red Seal

ARL1 1407 S Respighi: Fountains of Rome; Pines of Rome; Roman Festivals. ORMANDY, Phila. O. A

ARL1 2744 S Britten: Peter Grimes—4 Sea Interludes Phila. O. A

ARL1 3001 S Brahms: Alto Rhapsody (VERRETT); Tragic Overture; Haydn Variations. ORMANDY, Phila. O. A

ARL2 1945 S (2) Montemezzi: L’Amore dei Tre Re. MOFFO, DOMINGO, ELVIRA, SIEPI, DAVIES; SANTI, London SO. A. Libretto

ARL2 4054 S (2) Brahms: String Sextets. CLEVELAND QT. ZUKERMAN, GREENHOUSE. A

ARL3 0732 S (3) Mozart: Concertos #14-19. P. SERKIN; SCHNEIDER, English CO. A

ARL3 2046 S (3) Giordano: Andrea Chenier. SCOTTO, DOMINGO, MILNES; LEVINE. A. Libretto

RCA Special Products

DPM4 0210 (4) Beethoven: Symphony #5; Brahms: Symphony #4 (1931). STOKOWSKI, Phila. O. Strauss: Don Juan. KOUSSEVITZKY, Boston SO. Respighi: Fountains of Rome. GOOSSENS, Cincinnati SO. Other performances by RODZINSKI, MONTEUX (2), MUNCH, KINDLER, Schuechter, Philharmonia O. A

7 ERA 186 (45 rpm) Arias of Gounod (2), Borodin, var. accomp. A

7 ERA 80 (45 rpm) Songs of Arditi, Lara, Lecuona, Guild Choristers, o. (Latin Songs). A

7 ESB 2 (2) (45 rpm) Works of Campos, Mislan, Astol, Tavarez, Pasarell, Chicago SO. Original mono issue. A. Brazilian press. AS (later edition)

L 16342 Schumann: Piano Quintet. RUBINSTEIN, PAGANINI QT. A/A-, LSM

LBC 1008 J. Strauss: Voices of Spring; Blue Danube; Pizzicato Vienna PO. A. Spine taped

LBC 1042 Brahms: Symphony #3. BARBIROLLI, Halle O. A, LSM

LHMV 1011 Rubbra: Symphony #5; Sibelius: Symphony #7. BARBIROLLI, Halle O. A-, LSM. Jacket repaired

LHMV 1043 Haydn: Cello Concerto in D (KUBELIK, Philharmonia O.); encore recital (LUSH). FOURNIER. A, FOT

LHMV 1050 Delius: Dance Rhapsody #1; Summer Night on the River; Summer Evening; Hassan—2 exc.; When Twilight Fancies (SUDDABY); Song Before Sunrise; On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring. BEECHAM, Royal PO. A

LHMV 1055 Beethoven: Sonata #23; Schubert: Moments musicaux. E. FISCHER. A-, FOT

LHMV 30 Chausson: Concerto for Violin, Piano, KENTNER, PASCAL QT. Vieuxtemps: Violin Concerto #5. MENUHIN; PRITCHARD, Philharmonia O. A. Boxed with booklet

LHMV 700 (3) Beethoven: Fidelio. JURINAC, MODL, SCHOCK, FRICK, EDELMANN. Symphony #1. FURTWAENGLER, Vienna PO. A-, FOT; 1/4 X. Box damaged. Libretto, print

LM 1060 Strauss: Also sprach Zarathustra; Wagner: Tristan und Isolde—Prelude Chicago SO. A-, FOT; 1/4 X. Jacket repaired

LM 1070 Brahms: Symphony #1. STOKOWSKI, Hollywood Bowl SO. A-, FOT

LM 1077 Mozart: Serenade in Bb, K. 361 (abridged). KOUSSEVITZKY, Boston SO members. A-/B, FOT

LM 1101 Heart of the Violin Concerto. MISCHAKOFF; LEINSDORF, o. A

LM 1227 Works of Mozart (2), Schubert, Schumann (2), Wagner, St.-Saens (2), FOT

LM 1778 Dvorak: Symphony #9. TOSCANINI, NBC SO. A, LSM. EAR

LM 1857 Italian Songs. ALBANESE; Savina, o.; Marzollo (pf). A-, FOT

LM 1889 Rosa PONSELLE Sings Today. Songs recorded at singer’s home, 1954. A

LM 1893 Ravel: Daphnis Boston SO. Original mono issue in hardcover album with Andy Warhol illustrations. A-, FOT

LM 1915 Songs of Giordani, Schumann (2), Brahms (2), Strauss (4), Bersa, Pavcic, Kunc (3), KUNC (pf). A/A-, FOT

LM 1949 Haydn: The 7 Last Words of Christ. BOSTON SYMPHONY STRING QUARTET (Burgin, A. Krips, de Pasquale, Mayes). A

LM 2000 Cherubini: Requiem in c. TOSCANINI, Shaw Chorale, NBC SO. A

LM 2026 Strauss: Don Quixote. MILLER; TOSCANINI, NBC SO. A, FOT

LM 2114 Mozart: Symphonies #40 Chicago SO. A/A-, FOT

LM 2181 Falla: Nights in the Gardens of Spain (JORDA, San Francisco SO); worksof Granados (2), Falla, Albeniz (2), 1957-60). A. WD label. Texts

LM 2975 Lieder of Schubert (9) Hughes. A. AS

LM 6013 (2) Beethoven: Missa Solemnis. MARSHALL, MERRIMAN, CONLEY, HINES; TOSCANINI, NBC SO, Shaw Chorale. A. WD label. Text

LM 6033 (2) Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue; An American in Paris; Porgy o. A

LM 6711 (5) Haydn: Symphony #99; Symphonie Concertante; L. Mozart: Toy Symphony; Brahms: Serenade #2; Gesang der Parzen; Liebeslieder Waltzes; Sibelius: Symphony #2; Pohjola’s Daughter; Shostakovich: Symphonies #1 NBC SO, et al. First publ. A

LME 2408 F Dvorak: Symphony #9. TOSCANINI, NBC SO. First rechannelled stereo records. A

LSC 2854 S Haydn: Mass #10, Theresienmesse. EQUILUZ (t), BUCHBAUER (bs); GROSSMANN, Vienna Boys Choir FIRKUSNY. A. WD label

LSC 2941 S Ives: Sonata #1. MASSELOS. A. WD label

LSC 3017 S Dvorak: Symphony #6; Slavonic Dances, Op. 72, #2 Boston SO. A. WD label

LSC 3027 S Boccherini: Introduction hpsi); Quintet in e; Haydn: Quartet in E, Op. 2, #2 (CREMONA QT). BREAM. A. WD label

LSC 7027 S (2) Verdi: Rigoletto. MOFFO, ELIAS, KRAUS, MERRILL, FLAGELLO; SOLTI. FS. Libretto

LSP 1637 S The Holy City (religious songs). HINES; Mickelson, cho. Boston SO. A

GM 43357 Beethoven: Symphonies #2 San Francisco SO. A

GM 43361 Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade; Le Coq d’Or—exc. MONTEUX, San Francisco SO (1942/41). A

GM 43558 Mozart: Divertimento in D, K. 251; Musical Joke. REINER, NBC SO members. A

GM 43679 Mozart: Sonatas, K. 283 1941. A

VIC 1393 A John McCORMACK Collection of Arias, Duets LORENTZ, TALMAR, GEHLY. Liebe im Dreiklang—exc. ANDERS, HUEBENER, VIETZ, HOFFMAN; MARSZALEK, Cologne Radio. A

RedBud

RB 1017 (2) Faure: Violin Sonata #1; Walton: Sonata (W. ROBERT); works of Bloch, Schumann, Kreisler (2), Massenet, Wieniawski (2), Mendelssohn, Prokofiev, var. accomp. (mostly live perf’s). A. Minor jacket damage

Regal

SREG 2945 Andre D’ARKOR aria recital. A

Relief

813 Dvorak: Symphony #9. FURTWAENGLER, Berlin PO (1941) (actually KABASTA). A

Remington

R 199 11 Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade. BROWN, Austrian Tonkuenstler SO. A. Late pressing

R 199 129 Bizet: L’Arlesienne Suite #1. KOSLIK. Nicolai: Merry Wives of WindsorOverture. SCHONHERR. Mendelssohn: Ruy Blas Overture. SINGER, Vienna Tonkuenstler SO (in all). A-, FOT

R 199 149 Beethoven: Symphony #8; Haydn: Symphony #101. BUSCH, Austrian Tonkuenstler SO. A

R 199 161- Chopin: Scherzos. BOLET. B, FOT; 1/3 X

Replica

RPL 2462 Chopin: Concerto #2 (CELIBIDACHE, Berlin SO); 4 Waltzes; 3 Ecossaises;Fantaisie-Impromptu. KOCZALSKI. Live performances, 1942-48. A. Jacket top damaged

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra

DS 002 50 Years of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. Material from commercial recordings conducted by HANSON, ITURBI, LEINSDORF, BLOOMFIELD, DELLA CASA, PATZAK, EDELMANN, FRANTZ; FURTWAENGLER, Vienna PO (Salzburg, Aug. 1948). A

2043 Bloch: Schelomo; Elgar: Cello Concerto (ROZHDESTVENSKY, London SO); Bach: Suite in d—Sarabande. ROSTROPOVICH. A

2074 Mozart: Violin Concerto #4; Korngold: Concerto (KURTZ, N.Y. Phil.); Dohnanyi: Andante rubato (anon. o.) HEIFETZ. A. Insert

2086 Mozart: Concerto #19 (FRICSAY, RIAS SO); Concerto #20 (MUNCH, Boston SO). HASKIL. A

2098 Beethoven: Diabelli Variations. RICHTER (Venice, 6/1/70). A

5214 Karin BRANZELL aria in 2); St. Cecilia Mass—2 exc.BJOERLING. A

5361 Luisa TETRAZZINI recital, Vol. 2. Includes 8 previously unpub. guitar-accompanied songs. A

5374 Bach: Cantata #202 (missing last movement); arias of Handel (2) FLAGSTAD (7), SOUZAY (4), DORUMSGAARD (5), SCHIOTZ (2), FORRESTER (1), BERGANZA (3). A

R 6 Mozart: Exsultate, Jubilate; 2 arias; arias of Gounod, Auber, Lortzing, EUSTRATI, SCHOCK, WOCKE; GUTHAN. A-, FOT; 1/4 X

1225 Beethoven: Symphony #6. GUTHAN, Berlin SO. A/A-, FOT

1229 Mozart: Symphonies #27 FOT

1518/9 (2) Humperdinck: Hansel Dresden St. Opera. A, LSM

Rubini

GV 511 Massenet: Werther—4 exc.; French aria recital. FRIANT. A

GV 512 Thomas: Hamlet—4 exc.; Hahn: 4 songs (HAHN, pf); arias of Diaz, Gounod, Meyerbeer, E. Purcell. ENDREZE. A

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S.J.G. Discs

BEV EP 1048/9 (1) The Art of Reynaldo HAHN (songs from 78s). Scarce private edition. A

Saga

5402 S Works of Bohm, L. Couperin, Philips, Byrd, Farnaby, Bull, Bach, Montserrat Abbey Cho. MAYORGA. Direct-to-disc recording. A

Sine Qua Non

SA 2003 S Mozart: Clarinet Concerto. PUDDY. Haydn: Trumpet Concerto. HOWARTH; BEDFORD, O. of St. James. A

Summit

LSU 3083 Brahms: Clarinet Sonatas. T. KING, MILKINA. A

SUM 1076 S Vivaldi: The 4 Seasons. CARMIRELLI; BOTTCHER, Hamburg CO. A

Supraphon

1 10 0604 S Honegger: Cello Concerto; Shostakovich: Concerto #1. SADLO; NEUMANN, ANCERL, Czech PO. A

1 11 0573 S Verdi: String Quartet; Boccherini: Quartet in Eb, Op. 58, #2. MORAVIAN QT. A

1111 2601/2 S (2) Mozart: Quartets, K. 499, 575, 589/90. PRAGUE QT. A. Corner clipped

SUA 10326 Dvorak: Serenade for Strings. TALICH, Czech PO. Serenade for Winds. PRAGUE CONSERVATORY ENS. A

SUAST 50625 S Rimsky-Korsakov: Capriccio Espagnol; Liszt: Les Preludes; Berlioz: Roman Carnival; Weber-Berlioz: Invitation to the Dance. ANCERL, Czech PO. A

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Teatro Dischi

TD 504 Verdi: Arias; Rigoletto—Act 4. RIBLA, MERRIMAN, PEERCE, VALENTINO, MOSCONA; TOSCANINI, NBC SO (July 25, 1943). A

Telefunken

6.35040 S (4) Beethoven: Late Quartets. VEGH QT. A. Booklet

HT 31 Auf zu dem Feste (opera sampler). SCHMITT-WALTER, REINMAR/EISINGER, LIEBENBERG, OEHMAN, ILITSCH, BOHNEN, RANCZAK, PERTILE, SCHMIDT, BERGER, TAJO, ROSVAENGE, RODE, GRAVEURE, REINING, ANDERS. A

LT 7012 Dopper: Gothic Chaconne. MENGELBERG, Concertgebouw O. Pfitzner: Palestrina—3 Preludes. KEILBERTH, German PO of Prague. A, FOT

Telefunken (Eng.)

GMA 68 Smetana: Ma Vlast—The Moldau; From Bohemia’s Meadows Bamberg SO, Berlin PO. A

LGX 66023 Schumann: Dichterliebe; Lieder. A. Bamberg SO. A/A-, LSM. No box

LGX 66034 Haydn: Quartet in f, Op. 20, #5; Schubert: Quartet in Eb, Op. 125, #1. VIENNA PHILHARMONIC QT. (G. Swoboda, Rumpold, Pioro, Harand). A-, FOT. Box repaired

Telefunken (Japan)

SLC(T) 2325 Strauss: Don Juan; Beethoven: Symphony #6. MENGELBERG, Concertgebouw O. A

Timaclub

TIMA 43 Giuseppe LUGO aria recital, from 78s, 1936-42 (w. 1978 interview). A

TLC

2584 (4) Bach: Double Concerto (ZIMMERMAN, HELLMANN); Mozart: Eine kleineNachtmusik. MENGELBERG. Symphony #34; overtures of Cimarosa Book 1. NOVIK. Jacket inscribed by the pianist. A

TownHall

S31 S Works of Chopin, Schifrin, Scarlatti, Rachmaninov, Scriabin, Liszt, Berlin PO. A

Unique Opera

UORC 178 (3) Bizet: Carmen. STIGNANI, R. BECHI; BELLEZZA, Rome Opera (1949). Sound track from unissued film. A. BJ

UORC 194 Wagner: Lohengrin—Act 2. FLAGSTAD, BRANZELL, MELCHIOR, HUEHN, HOFMANN; ABRAVANEL, Met Opera (1938). A. BJ

UORC 221 Tito SCHIPA recital, 1939/40, including Werther aria, 15 songs. A. BJ, as issued

UORC 224 Wagner: Die Meistersinger—exc. LEMNITZ, BOCKELMANN, FUCHS, LAHOLM, ZIMMERMANN, BERGLUND; FURTWAENGLER, Vienna St. Opera (Sept. 5, 1938). A. BJ, as issued

UORC 228 Wagner: Tristan SHACKLOCK, SVANHOLM, SCHOEFFLER; RANKL, Covent Garden (1950). A. BJ

UORC 234 (2) Wagner: Gotterdammerung—exc. LEIDER, THORBORG, MELCHIOR, WEBER, JANSSON; BEECHAM (1936) (3 sides); FURTWAENGLER (1938) (1 side). A. BJ, as issued

UORC 235 Lotte LEHMANN Lieder recital (mostly Wolf). A. BJ, as issued

UORC 313 Luciano PAVAROTTI aria recital. A. BJ

UORC 321 Wagner: Die Meistersinger—Act 2. TESCHEMACHER, ROHS, MANOWARDA, FRANZ, REINECKE, G. HOFMANN; WEISBACH (May 22, 1938). A. BJ

UORC 365 (2) Liszt: Don Sanche. TIPPET, COPELAND, McDONNEL, ROBERTS, TALBOT, DAVIES; WOLFENDON (1977). A. BJ

UORC 369 Verdi: Aida—exc. VARNAY, HEIDT, BAUM, VALDENGO (Mexican perf. no date). A. BJ

UORC 372 Florence EASTON recital (live, 1939)/Dusolina GIANNINI song recital (1936) (1 side each). A. BJ

Urania

UR 7063 Wagner: Das Rheingold—exc.; Die Walkure—exc.; Siegfried Idyll. KONWITSCHNY, Munich Opera O. Late pressing. A

URLP 7100 Respighi: Concerto Gregoriano. STIEHLER (violin); BORSAMSKY, Radio Leipzig SO. A, LSM

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Vanguard

10 VRS 7016 Christmas Carols of the Nations. HAYES, Boardman. A

VCS 10014 S Beethoven: Sonatas #14, 26, 3, 8, 13, 15, English CO. A

VRS 418 Respighi: Boticelli Triptych; Locatelli: Concerto da Camera. LITSCHAUER, Vienna St. Opera O. Vienna CO. A

VRS 6003 Prokofiev: On Guard for Peace, Op. 124. DOLUKHANOVA; SAMOSUD, USSR St.Cho. Tchaikovsky (2), Glazounov, YAMPOLSKY, KOLLEGORSKAYA. A. COH

VRS 6025 Shostakovich: Symphony #5. MRAVINSKY, Leningrad PO. A

VSD 71135 S 4 Centuries of Classic Spanish Guitar. DIAZ. A

VSD 71252 S Beethoven: Sonatas #9, 10, ROSSL-MAJDAN, KMENTT, HERMANN; GIELEN, Vienna Chamber Cho. DUPRE, LEONHARDT, HARNONCOURT, et al. A

Vanguard Everyman

SRV 133SD S Dvorak: Symphony #8; Scherzo Capriccioso. BARBIROLLI, Halle O. Splendid! A

SRV 146SD S Beethoven: Symphonies #1 Halle O. A. Jacket repaired

SRV 173SD S Mozart: 4 Horn Concertos. LINDER; SWAROWSKY, Vienna St. Opera O. A

SRV 214/5SD S (2) Beethoven: Missa Solemnis. GRAF, HOFFMAN, KRETSCHMAR, WENK; GOEHR, N. German PO Puccini, Halle O. A

Varese Sarabande

VC 81046 Gillis: Tulsa. BROWN, Vienna Tonkuenstler O. Glanville-Hicks: 3 Gymnopedies; Rudhyar: Sinfonietta. PERLEA, RIAS SO. Freeman: String Quartet. KOECKERT QT. Freeman previously unpublished, others from Remington originals. A. Writing on jacket

VC 81058 Rozsa: Concert Overture; 3 Hungarian Sketches; Theme, Variations Frankenland State SO. FS

VC 81097 S Milhaud: Le Train Bleu; Satie: Jack in the Box; Auric: Les Facheux. MARKEVICH, Monte-Carlo Opera O. A

Vega

28.004 S Arias of Gounod, Berlioz, Massenet, Verdi, et al. MASSARD; ETCHEVERRY, o. A

VAL 23 (3) Boieldieu: La Dame Blanche. LOUVAY, DONIAT, BAUDOZ, BERBIE, SENECHAL, LEGROS, HERAL; STOLL. A. AS. French libretto

Victor (Japan)

VIC 9519 S Wagner: Orchestral excerpts. MRAVINSKY, Leningrad PO (1978). A

Vista

VPS 1012 S Rheinberger: Organ Sonata #6. MUNNS, Norwich Cathedral organ. Sonata #11. FISHER, Chester Cathedral organ (Vol. 2). A

Voce

115 S Beethoven: Ah, perfido!; Wagner: Gotterdammerung—Immolation; Berlioz: Les nuits d’ete. HORNE, anon. accomp. (1967-9). A. Program notes missing

6 Rossini: Stabat Mater. ZYLIS-GARA, VERRETT, PAVAROTTI, ZACCARIA; GIULINI, RAI Rome Cho. GUARRERA). All claimed as previously unissued. A. Insert

98 Wagner: 4 arias; Strauss: 3 Lieder. FLAGSTAD; MEROLA (1949/50, previously unpub.) A

Voce del Padrone

QALP 10168 Carlo TAGLIABUE aria from 78s (3 w. CAROSIO). A

QALP 10181 Mario DEL MONACO aria recital, from late 78s. A

QALP 5336 Francesco TAMAGNO aria recital, from 78s, 1903-4. A

QALP 5338 Apollo GRANFORTE aria recital, from 78s. A

QELP 8166 Gino BECHI: Recital di romanze e canzoni napoletane. A

Voix de Son Maitre

ASDF 897 S Bach: Partitas #4 French Nat’l RSO. A. Insert

FALP 50036 Songs of Gounod (2), Duparc (3), Chabrier (2), Chausson, Faure (3), Roussel (2), Ravel (2), Milhaud, Auric, POULENC. From 78s, 1936-47. M. Dowel spine

FALP PM 30356 Russian aria recital. CHRISTOFF, var. accomp. A

Volksplatte

SMVP 8013 F Puccini: La Boheme—exc. (in German). BERGER, KOTH, SCHOCK, PREY, FISCHER-DIESKAU, FRICK; SCHUCHTER. A

Vox

10 PLP 6640 Tchaikovsky: Rococo Variations. D. MARKEVICH; FISTOULARI, Lamoureux O.Capriccio Italien. KEREKES, Pro Musica O. A/A-, FOT; minor PB

OPX 150 Ravel: L’Heure Espagnole. LINDA, DRAN, MOLLIEN, HOFFMAN, MANS; LEIBOWITZ. A

PL 21000 Offenbach: La Vie Parisienne. RENAUX, DACHARY, DASSY, DONIAT, HAMEL, ROUX, CLEMENT; GRESSIER, Lamoureux O. A, LSM. Jacket taped

PL 6110 Liszt: Concerto #1. SCHMID; ROSBAUD. Strauss: Burleske. MUENCH; DRESSEL, Munich Radio SO. A-, LSM

PL 6850 Mozart: Serenade, K. 250, Haffner. KRAUSS, Vienna SO. A. Late pressing

PL 7300 Mozart: Concerto #26 (MORALT, Vienna SO); Adagio, K. 540. KRAUS. A-, FOT; 1/4 X

PL 8860 Schumann: Davidsbundlertanze; Sonata #3, in f, Op. 14. WUEHRER. A

PL 8890 Bach: Magnificat (including Christmas sections). SAILER, WOLF-MATTHAEUS, PLUMACHER, FEYERABEND, MUELLER; REINHARDT, Radio Stuttgart Cho. Bamberg SO. A

STPL 514340 S Dvorak: Piano Quintet (SANDOR); 4 Cypresses. BERKSHIRE QT. A, LSM

SVBX 5106 S (3) Mozart: Divertimenti, Vol. 3. JOHNSON, N.Y. Philomusica. FS

SVBX 595 S (3) Haydn: 6 Quartets, Op. 50; Quartet, Op. 103, Unfinished. FINE ARTS QT. (Vol. 7). A

VBX 14 (3) Mozart: Quartets, K. 464/5, 499, 575, 589/90. BARCHET QT. A, FOT. Booklet. Box repaired

VBX 202 (3) Bach: St. John Passion. RATHAUSCHER, HOFSTAETTER, GRUBER, KREUZBERGER, BERRY, UHL; GROSSMANN. A. Texts

VBX 25 (3) Bach: Brandenburg Concertos. HORENSTEIN, ens. (period inst!). Violin Concertos. BARCHET, BEH; REINHARDT. A, LSM, FOT. Box repaired

VCL 9003 S Shostakovich: Symphonies #1 Cincinnati SO. A

VCL 9041 S Brahms: Quintet #2, Op. 111 (BAKER, THOMAS, ROSENTHAL); Beethoven: Trio, Op. 70, #2 (PENNARIO). HEIFETZ, PIATIGORSKY. Short-lived release. A

Vox Candide

CE 31021 S Boulez: Improvisation #2; Pousseur: 3 Chants Sacrees; Dallapiccola: Concerto for Christmas (LAMOREE, s, in all); Parole di San Paolo (VALENTE, ms). THOME, Philadelphia Composer’s Forum. A

QCE 31085 Q Ysaye: 6 Sonatas for Solo Violin. RICCI. A

Vox Turnabout

QTV 34572 Q Chihara: Grass (NEIDLINGER, bass); Ceremony I London SO. FS

TV 34203 S Paganini: Violin Concertos #1 Warsaw PO. A

TV 34213/4 S (2) Mozart: Masonic Music. EQUILUZ; MAAG, Vienna Volksoper Cho. Seattle SO. A

TV 34827 Mozart: Concerto #14 (SERKIN); Serenata Notturna; Adagio K. 546. A. BUSCH, Busch Chamber Players. A. Corner clipped

TV 4257 Mozart: Violin Concerto #5; Chausson: Poeme. THIBAUD; PARAY, BIGOT, Lamoureux O. A

Voxigrave

V 6929/31 (3) Ravel: Histoires Naturelles; Chansons madecasses; 2 Melodies hebraiques; Honegger: Saluste du Bartas (HONEGGER, pf); Poulenc: Le Bestiaire; Lesur: Chansons Cambodgiennes (LESUR, pf); songs of Monteverdi, Faure, Debussy, Duparc, AITOFF, BEUNKE, BON, M. RABAUD (pf), with singer’s commentary. M

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Washington

467 Rossini: Arias. SUPERVIA; Albergoni, o. A

WCFM

LP 12 Weber: Grand Duo Concertante, Op. 48; Variations on an Air from Silvania, Op. 33. FORREST, HAMBRO. A-/B

Wergo

WER 70002 S J.N. David: Spiegelkabinett. REINHARDT, Stuttgart Radio SO. Sonata #2 for solo violin. GAWRILOFF. Partita on BACH. DALLMANN (org). A, FOT

Westminster

W 29733 (2) Gliere: Ilya Mourometz (complete); Red Poppy Suite. SCHERCHEN. A. Booklet

W 9053 Brahms: Viola Sonatas. DOKTOR, REISENBERG. A

W 9057 Mozart: Trios, K. 496, 542, FOURNIER, JANIGRO. A

W 9315 Rameau: Harpsichord works, Vol. 2. VEYRON-LACROIX. A

W 9321 Schubert: Sonatas in Bb, Op. posth; in A, Op. 120. BADURA-SKODA. A

W 9624 Respighi: Il Tramonto (JURINAC); Quartetto Dorico. BARYLLI QT. A. Text

W 9709 Berg: 3 Pieces, Op. 6; Webern: 6 Pieces, Op. 6; Stravinsky: Agon. ROSBAUD, S.W. German Radio O. Baden-Baden. Superlative performances! A, LSM

W 9736 Martinu: Concerto for String Quartet (VIENNA KONZERTHAUS QT.); Partitafor Strings; Concerto Grosso; Serenade. SWOBODA. A

WL 4008 Bridgewater: Music to Relax By (light orch. pieces). BRIDGEWATER, o. A, FOT

WL 5017 K. Stamitz: Sinfonia Concertante in F. SWOBODA, Vienna SO. A/A-. Jacket back damaged

WL 5021 Mozart: Serenades, K. 375 FOT. Green label

WL 5187 Mozart: Violin Concertos #3 Vienna St. Opera O. A, LSM

WL 5214 Telemann: Sonatas in c vln). WANN (ob), MANN (recorder), WEISS MANN (hpsi). A, LSM

WL 5243 Locatelli: Sonata in D; Frescobaldi: Toccata; Boccherini: Sonata in A. JANIGRO, Bagnoli. A/A-, FOT

WL 5248 Walton: Belshazzar’s Feast. NOBLE; BOULT, London PO London SO. A, FOT; 1/3 X

WL 5273 Brahms: Violin Concerto. OLEVSKY; MITCHELL, National SO. A, LSM

WL 5318 Bach: Violin Concertos. BARYLLI; SCHERCHEN, Vienna St. Opera O. A, LSM. Jacket taped

WL 5336 Debussy: L’Enfant Prodigue (LEGAY, COTTRET); La Damoiselle Elue (JOLY); Noel des Enfants (GORGE). INGHELBRECHT, Champs-Elysees Theatre O. A, LSM. Texts. Spine repaired

WL 5375 Songs of Vivaldi, Caldara, Pergolesi, Martini, A. Scarlatti, Gasparini,Sarri, Bononcini, Carissimi, HOLETSCHEK. A, LSM. Texts missing

WST 14007 S Elgar: Falstaff; Cockaigne Overture. BOULT, London PO. A. EAR

WST 14082 S Mendelssohn: Octet. SMETANA QT. JANACEK QT. A. ABC label

WST 14136 S Mozart: Piano Concertos #25 Vienna St. Opera O. A

WST 301 S (3) Handel: Judas Maccabaeus. ARROYO, BUMBRY, McCOLLUM; ABRAVANEL, Utah SO, U. of Utah Cho. FS. Text

XWN 18092- Mozart: Quartets #6-9. BARYLLI QT. A-/B; 1/3 X

XWN 18464 Chaikin: Accordion Concerto. KAZAKOV; DUDAROVA. Gorodovskaya: Suite; Shishakov: Balalaika Concerto (ROZHKOV); Vitolins: Village Polka. SMIRNOV, USSR Folk Instrument Radio O. A/A-, FOT

XWN 18530 Stravinsky: Firebird Suite; Petrouchka. SCHERCHEN, Royal PO. A-, FOT

XWN 18662 Mozart: Concertos #19 Vienna Konzerthaus O. A

XWN 18663 Mozart: Concert Arias. KREBS (t); REDEL, Munich Pro Arte O. A. Texts on jacket

XWN 18815 Schubert: Die schone Mullerin. KREBS, Schroeder. A. Text

XWN 18847 Wolf: Lieder. ROESSEL-MAJDAN, Werba. A. Texts

Westminster Gold

WGS 8124 S A Charm of Lullabies. FORRESTER, Newmark. A

WGS 8142 S Works of Milan, Sanz, Handel, Narvaez, Visee, Sor, D. 112, 810, SERKIN. From 78s, 1931-38. A

SHB 75 (2) Gilbert WALKER, BRIERCLIFFE, GILL, BAKER, DAWSON, ROBERTSON, OLDHAM, SHEFFIELD; SARGENT (1929). The Sorcerer—exc. GILL, DICKSON, BETHELL, FANCOURT, OLDHAM, RANDS, ROBERTSON, BAKER; GOLDFREY (1933). A

World Record Club (Australia)

TE 207 St.-Saens: Violin Concerto #3; Vieuxtemps: Concerto #5. MENUHIN; FISTOULARI, Philharmonia O. A

TE 264 Rachmaninov: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (MENGES, London SO); Stravinsky: 3 Scenes from Petrouchka. CHERKASSKY. A

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HMV

ASD 2600 S Howells: Hymnus Paradisi. HARPER, TEAR; WILLCOCKS, New Philharmonia O. cho’s. A. Small dog label. HP Super Disc

ASD 536 S Works of Litolff (CHERKASSKY), Tchaikovsky (HAMMOND), Sullivan, Dvorak,Chabrier, BBC SO (Evening at the Proms). A

London

CS 6061B S Schubert: Symphony #9. KRIPS, London SO. A, LSM. FFSS label. Blue back jacket

CS 6191B S Mendelssohn: Symphony #3; Hebrides Overture. MAAG, London SO. A. FFRR label. Blue back jacket

CS 6208 S Bizet: Symphony; Jeux d’Enfants; Jolie Fille de Perth—Suite. ANSERMET, Suisse Romande O. A. EP. Minor water damage

Lyrita

SRCS 34 S Holst: Lyrical Movement; Brook Green Suite; Fugal Concerto; Nocturne; St. Paul’s Suite. I. HOLST, English CO. A, LSM. Decca pressing

Mercury

SR2 9011 S (2) Adam: Giselle. FISTOULARI, London SO. A, LSM; minor PB. RFR matrix, Vendor label

SR90192 S Hanson: Symphony #2, Romantic; Lament for Beowulf. HANSON, Eastman-Rochester O. LSM. FR matrix. Color back jacket

SR90218 S Schubert: Symphony #8; Rosamunde—exc. SKROWACZEWSKI, Minneapolis SO. A. RFR matrix. Color back jacket

SR90439 S Coates: London Suite; 4 Ways Suite; 3 Elizabeths. FENNELL, London Pops O. A. RFR matrix

RCA Victor

LSC 2208SD S Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade. MONTEUX, London SO. A. 1S/4S

LSC 2586SD S Gershwin: Concerto in F (WILD); Cuban Overture. FIEDLER, Boston Pops O. A, LSM. 4S/1S

LSC 2695SD S Berlioz: Les Nuits d’Ete; Falla: El Amor Brujo. L. PRICE; REINER, Chicago SO. A. 11S/11S

LSC 6096WD S (2) Beethoven: Symphonies #1 Chicago SO. A, LSM. Jacket bottom damaged

Reference Recordings

RR 28 S Marni NIXON Sings Classic Kern (Lincoln MAYORGA, pf 1960-1963 (audio documentary). A

SP 3515 S (2) Groucho MARX: An Evening with Groucho. A

Allegro

3120 All Star Revue. Items by DURANTE/JACKSON, GIBBS, L. PRIMA, ROSS, J. SMITH, P. DOUGLAS, R. MURPHY, M. DOWNEY, LOGA, FROMAN, McKINLEY, F. WILLING, T. DUNCAN. A, FOT

Argo

ZSW 522/3 S (2) Aubrey-Garland: Brief Lives. Roy DOTRICE (live perf.) A

Caedmon

TC 1339 S Eve MERRIAM: Catch a Little Rhyme (children’s poems read by poet). A, LSM

TC 1496 S Lionni: Frederick (children’s stories). Carol CHANNING (reader). A, LSM

Capitol

S531 Schwartz: By the Beautiful Sea. Shirley BOOTH, Wilbur EVANS, Cameron PRUD’HOMME, Richard FRANCE, Mae BARNES (Broadway cast). Al Hirshfeld cover art. A

T1102 Mickey KATZ: The Most Mishige (Yiddish parodies, incl. Rossini Overture!). A

T1445 Mickey KATZ: The Borscht Jester (jokes LSM

W1565 Here’s Milt KAMEN! (stand-up comedy). Album note by Groucho Marx! A, LSM

CBC

LM 434 S Big MILLER/HOGDOWN Trumpets/Gabrielle BUGEAUD/SABLE ISLAND Symphony (4 tracks each). Broadcast transcription, not for sale. A

CBS

FC 37624 S The EMPIRE BRASS Plays Annie. A

CBS Special Products

P 18846 S Grossman: A Doll’s Life (Comden Edmund LYNDECK, et al (Broadway cast). A

Chrysalis

CHR 1367 S Burgon: Brideshead Revisited (film music). BURGON. A

Columbia

CL 1099 Arlen: Blues-Opera Suite; 4 songs. KOSTELANETZ, o. A

CL 554 Victor BORGE: Comedy in Music. A

CL 646 Victor BORGE: Caught in the Act. A

FC 39412 S Shel SILVERSTEIN: Where the Sidewalk Ends (children’s poems LSM

KOS 2050 S Offenbach-Bennett/Kay: The Happiest Girl in the World. Cyril RITCHARD,Janice RULE, Dean SEITZ, Bruce YARNELL (Broadway cast). A-, FOT. 6 eye label

KOS 2200 S Schafer: Bravo Giovanni. Cesare SIEPI, Michele LEE, David OPATOSHU (Broadway cast). A

KOS 3020 S Bock: The Apple Tree. Barbara HARRIS, Larry BLYDEN, Allen ALDA (Broadway cast). A

O2S 203 S (2) Brecht on Brecht. Dane CLARK, Anne JACKSON, Lotte LENYA, Viveca LINDFORS, George VOSKOVEC, Michael WAGER; FRANKEL (N.Y. original cast). A

OS 2017 S Styne: Gypsy (Sondheim lyrics). Ethel MERMAN, Jack KLUGMAN, Sandra CHURCH, et al (Broadway cast). A. 2 eye label

OS 2810 S Ben Bagley’s The Decline Harold LANG, et al (original cast). A

OSL 166 (2) Shaw: Don Juan in Hell (spoken play). MOORHEAD, BOYER, LAUGHTON, HARDWICKE; LAUGHTON. A

S 30412 S BOB FOT

Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology

HM 91367 Joseph Wood KRUTCH: Bird Songs in Literature (poetry readings with bird sounds). A. Text

Crewe

CR 1341 S Ben Bagley MEEHAN, RAE, YOUNG. A

CR 1342 S Vernon Duke Revisited. HASKELL, DEARIE, GRIMES, T. PERKINS, Rex REED (!), Joan RIVERS (!), DE HAVEN. A

CR 1343 S Ben Bagley’s Rodgers Vol. 2. DEARIE, DeHAVEN, LOUDON, OSTERWALD, C. RYDELL, SHORT. A

CR 1345 S Ben Bagley’s Harold Arlen Revisited. DILLER, BURNS, PARSONS, RYDELL, DEARIE, DeHAVEN. A

Crystal Clear

CCS 6005 S Carlos MONTOYA: Flamenco Direct, Vol. 2. Direct-to-disc recording. A

Disneyland

1289 It’s a Small World (18 int’l folk songs). SALAMUNOVICH, Disneyland Boys Choir. FS

DQ 1201 Snow White FOT

ST 3975 Winnie the Pooh narrated by Sterling HOLLOWAY. A/A-, LSM

Ducretet-Thomson (France)

Iargalon

IR 15 S Paul LAUZON gtr). A, LSM

M-G-M

SE 4430 S Ben Bagley’s Noel Coward Revisited. Laurence HARVEY, Hermione GINGOLD, Nancy ANDREWS, Edward EARLE. A

MCA Classics

MCA 6209 D Rogers: Carousel. Barbara COOK, Sarah BRIGHTMAN, Maureen FORRESTER, Samuel RAMEY, David RENDALL; Gemignani. A

MM 102 Carillon Music from the Singing Tower of Luray, Virginia (CHAPMAN, carillonneur). A, LSM. Jacket repaired

Megaton

MFLP S12/4 S (3) Ian JOHANSSON: Musik genom fyra sekler. A

Melodiya

D 08341/2 Nehama LIFSHITSAITE (Lifshitz) recital of Jewish songs. M

Memorabilia

MLP 722 George BURNS FOT

MGM

E4245 General of the Army Douglas MacARTHUR: The Life FOT

Musical Heritage Society

MHS 3164 S Indian Flutes, Harps Los Calchakis. A

MHS 3264 S Ettore DE CAROLIS: Ciociaria—A Land of Ancient Silences (w. Concetta BARRA, et al). A

Nigun

MHL JS 1 Rabbi Meyer H. LEIFER: Songs of Our People. Jacket inscribed by Rabbi Leifer, on the tennis court, 1973. A

Nonesuch

H 71304 S After the Ball: A Treasury of Turn-of-the-Century Popular Songs. MORRIS, BOLCOM. A. Texts

Nostalgia Lane

NLR 1013 The Lone Ranger: Original Radio Broadcast. Origin story LSM

CSTX 1225 S Enrico MACIAS: Disque d’or de 5 annees de chansons. A

STX 20002 Cantaores Famosos: Antologia del Cante Flamenco, Album II. A

Pathways of Sound

R9 1010 S Frank SINATRA: Sinatra’s Sinatra (w. Nelson RIDDLE). A, LSM

R 25019 Leo DIAMOND: Hi-Fi Harmonica. A

TownHall

S 35 S Lincoln MAYORGA: Sophisticated Innocence—American Novelty Piano Solos. A

United Artists

L 31063 Mari TRINI: Amores. A. AS

UAS 6350 S Jan PEERCE: `Til the End of Time. A

Urania

URLP 7125 Folk song recital. KOREAN CHILDREN’S CHOIR (w. spoken intro. by newsmanJohn DALY). Special promotional issue. A

Vanguard

10 VRS 7024 Russian Folk Songs, Vol. 1: The Great Solo Artists. KOZLOVSKY (3), MAKSAKOVA, REIZEN, OBUHKHOVA (2), GMIRYA, MIKHAILOV, LEMESHEV, PIROGOV. A

VSD 79258 S Jan PEERCE: Songs from Fiddler on the Roof o.) A

Verve

V 15044 Victor BORGE: Great Moments of Comedy. A

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Arista

AB 4185 S The BRECKER Brothers: Heavy Metal Be-Bop. A

HSR 209 Bob CROSBY Vol. 2, 1952-53 (w. Jack et al). A

Jazztone

J 1240 The Saxes of Stan GETZ FOT; minor PB

MCA

MCA 1335 Louis ARMSTRONG CARTER, SIMS, DICKENSON, GREY, R. BROWN, SMITH): Pablo Live Montreux ’77. A

2310 772 S Ella FITZGERALD 1951). A

PD 5525 S Chick COREA LSM. EAR

Riverside

RLP 12 106 Giants of Boogie. Albert AMMONS, Meade Lux LEWIS, Pete JOHNSON (4 each, from Solo Art 78s). A-, FOT

Warner Bros.

WS 1611 S Antonio Carlos JOBIM: The Wonderful World of Jobim (w. Nelson RIDDLE). A, LSM

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ADB 0001 S (2) Brahms: Academic Festival Overture; Violin Concerto (FRIED); Symphony #4. TENNSTEDT, Boston SO (Dec. 14, 1974)

ADB 0002 S (2) Mozart: Symphony #35; Mahler: Symphony #4. TENNSTEDT, Boston SO (Jan. 15, 1977)

ADB 0003 S (2) Beethoven: Creatures of Prometheus—exc.; Concerto #4 (P. SERKIN); Symphony #7. TENNSTEDT, Boston SO (July 29, 1977)

ADB 0004 S Beethoven: Egmont Overture; Symphony #3. TENNSTEDT, NDR SO (Oct. 3, 1979)

ADB 0008 S (2) Beethoven: Violin Concerto (FRIED); Prokofiev: Symphony #5. TENNSTEDT, N.Y. Phil. (March 1, 1977)

Acanta

41 232 S Britten: A Ceremony of Carols. NEYDER, Vienna Choir Boys. Bruckner: 5Motets. GILLESBERGER, Vienna Choir Boys, Chorus Viennensis

Accord

149153 D Schumann: 3 Violin Sonatas. ZIMANSKY, KELLER

149174 D Grigny: Livre d’Orgue, Vol. 2. GRUNENWALD, Cliquot organ, Poitiers Cathedral (+ FULBERT, Monks Choir, Abbaye de la Pierre-qui-Vire)

Adda

581129/30 D (2) Ingegneri: Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae. A SEI VOCI

Al-Songs

ALS 157CD D Britten: Ceremony of Carols; works of Lasso, Palestrina, Wilbye, Morley, Sarasate, Kodaly, Bergman, Wah, Yip’s Children’s Choir, et al

ALS 164CD D Amazing Grace (20 songs, classical Kodaly, Britten items). YIP, Yip’s Children’s Choir

Alba

ABCD 182 D G. Brule (c. 1160-after 1213): Songs. OLIPHANT. Texts

Albany

TROY 091 D Rapchak: The Lifework of Juan Diaz. RAPCHAK, Chamber Opera Chicago

TROY 099 D J. Weigel: Take Me Home; An Affirmation (S. BRAY, pf). GIORDANO, Ft. Worth CO. 3 Evocations. Andrea CHANG (pf). Oh Yeah!; Augmented Break; Old Winds; In perc); cello works. SHERRY (cello), WUORINEN (pf)

Ambitus

AMB 97 928 D Britten: 3 Suites for solo cello. WICK

Ambroisie

AMB 9983 D (3) Jomelli: Armida Abbandonata. MALAS-GODLEWSKA, GENS, POLVERELLI, BRUA, RAGON; ROUSSET, Les Talens Lyriques. Libretto

Amplitude

SUCD 6010 S Respighi: Roman Festivals; Pines of Rome. LOZANO, Mexico PO. Britten: Simple Symphony. BENZI, O. de Bordeaux Aquitaine

Arabesque

Z6582 D Rossini: Tenor arias. BLAKE; McCARTHY, Ambrosian Singers, London SO. Texts

Archiv

289 459 065 2 D Handel: Delirio amoroso; La Lucrezia; Tra le fiamme. KOZENA (ms); MINKOWSKI, Les Musiciens du Louvre (period inst.) Live perf. Texts

400 045 2 D Vivaldi: The 4 Seasons. STANDAGE; PINNOCK, English Concert (period inst.)

410 898 2 D Handel: Concerti Grossi, Op. 6, #5-8. PINNOCK, English Concert (periodinst.)

410 899 2 D Handel: Concerti Grossi, Op. 6—#9-12. PINNOCK, English Concert

423 405 2 D Schutz: Motets; Concertos; Musikalische Exequien—exc. STAFFORD, CHANCE (a), LANG (t); GARDINER, Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists. COH. OP. Texts

437 552 2 D (2) Works of Monteverdi, Rigatti, Grandi, Gabrieli Consort English Concert

447 287 2 D Bach: Brandenburg Concertos #1-3; Suite #1. GOEBEL, Musica Antiqua Koln

B0004581 02 D (2) Mozart: Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail. ORGANOSOVA, SIEDEN, MINETTI, OLSEN, PEPER, HAUPTMANN; GARDINER, Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists. Summary

D 104904 D A. Scarlatti: O di Betlemme altera; Corelli: Christmas Concerto; Vivaldi: Gloria in D, RV 589. J. SMITH, ARGENTA, ROGERS; PINNOCK, English Concert Orchestre Revolutionnaire et Romantique (period inst.) Bonus interview disc. BMG club edition. Box worn

Arkadia

2CD GA2031 (2) Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro. RETHY, RAUTAWAARA, NOVOTNA, STABILE, PINZA; WALTER, Vienna St. Opera (Salzburg, Aug. 11, 1937). OP

HP 605.2 S (2) Spontini: Fernando Cortez. GULIN, PREVEDI, BOTTION, RONI, STEFANOV; MATACIC, RAI Cho. 1974). OP. Italian libretto

Arlecchino

ARL 93 Wagner: Meistersinger Overture; Die Walkure—Wotan’s Farewell (SVED); Wesendonck Lieder (LEMNITZ); Overtures of Gluck, Weber, vla); Simple Symphony. POPLE, London Festival O

Artimus

ARMU 005 2 D Britten: Missa Brevis; works of Hassler, Palestrina, Handl, Victoria, Bach, Caldara, Mendelssohn, Kantilena

Arts

47202 2 D Bruitten: Suite, Op. 83; works of C.P.E. Bach, St.-Saens, O. di Padova e del Veneto

47517 2 D Arias of Mozart, Weber, Goetz, Verdi, Puccini, Mozart, Massenet, Charpentier, Smetana, Munich RSO. FS

47518 2 D Puccini: Arias in all), D’AMICO (s), GATI (b); PATERNOSTER, Berlin RSO, MIHALY, Hungarian St. Opera O. FS

assai

222502 D Sotelo: De Magia; Hosokawa: Vertical Time Study II; Gervasoni: Rigirio; Pauset: Adagio dialettico. TRIO ACCANTO (Suguwara, pf; Weiss, sax; Dierstein, perc)

222602 D Carter: Cello Sonata; cello works. DESCHARMES (in all), et al. FS

Astree

E 7762 S Forqueray: Pieces de Viole—Suites #1 KOOPMAN, COIN. AS

E 8518 D Boccherini: 3 Quintets, Op. 56. COHEN (fp), QUATUOR MOSAIQUES (period inst.) OP

E 8721 D Boccherini: 3 Quintets, Op. 57. COHEN (fp), QUATUOR MOSAIQUES (period inst.) OP

ASV

CD QS 6030 D Britten: A Ceremony of Carols; Hymn to St. Cecilia; choral works. GRIER, Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford

CD WHL 2075 D E. Coates: The 7 Dwarfs; The Jester at the Wedding; 4 Centuries. NABARRO, East of England O. OP

CD WHL 2107 D E. Coates: Orchestral works (Under the Stars). J. WILSON, BBC Concert O. OP

CD WHL 2112 D E. Coates: Springtime Suite; orchestral works (The Enchanted Garden). J. WILSON, BBC Concert O

CD WHL 2131 D Rutter: Partita; Bennett: Suite Francaise; Blezard: Battersea Park Suite; Hurd: Dance Diversions; works of Arnold, Fanshawe, Royal Ballet Sinfonia

Atma

ACD 2 2192 D Corrette: Symphonies des Noels; Concertos Comiques. ARION

ACD 2 2259 D P. Boutellier (1655-1717): Missa pro defunctis; 5 Motets. LEBLANC, VANDYCK, Les Voix Humaines. Texts

Attic

ACD 1360 D Works of Willcocks, Vaughan Williams, Pearsall, Joubert, Distler, Britten, Owolabi, Daley, Ridout, Tresham, Leighton, Dickinson, Williamson, Joubert, Cole, Gardner, Evans, Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, Toronto SO members

Audio Group

SG 998 D Works of Parry, Willan, Bainton, Bullock, Sumsion, Howells, Durufle, Greene, Ireland, Bairstow, Bissell, Wesley, Rachmaninov, Britten, Poston, Stanford, Toronto (How Sweet the Sound)

Aurophon

US CD 71804 D Beethoven: Violin Sonatas #4, 7, MOERDIJK. OP

Autographe

148003 D Wolf: 16 Morike Lieder. BRYANT (s), BLUMENTHAL. Texts

Avie

AV 0003 D Franck: Psyche: 4 exc.; Symphony. LATHAM-KOENIG, Strasbourg PO

AVM

AVMCD 1007 S Duarte: Sonatinette; Britten: Nocturnal; works of V. Galilei, Dowland, Scarlatti, Sofia PO

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Bayer

100 047/8 D (2) Komma: Quartet. NARDINI QT. 4 Gedichte; 5 Holderlin Songs. SHIRAI(s), HOLL. Sonata in ricordo di D. Gabrieli. BUCK (cello), KLINCKERFUSS (pf). Meditation sur Asch. LESSING (vln). Sebaldus-Legenden. JACOB (org) (etc.) OP

150 001 D Bayer: Die Puppenfee. FALK, Rhineland Philharmonia

BBC Music

BBCL 4013 2 S Elgar: In the South; Walton: Partita; Britten: Sinfonia da Requiem; Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra. BARBIROLLI, Halle O. BBC SO (1967-70)

BBCL 4028 2 Beethoven: Concertos #2 BBC SO (+ 7 interview)

BBCL 4163 2 S Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique; Tchaikovsky: Francesca da Rimini (MONO). ROZHDESTVENSKY, Leningrad PO (1971/60). FS. COH

BBCP 1001 2 D Elgar: Froissart. A. DAVIS. Britten: Sinfonia da Requiem. ELDER. Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps. SARASTE, BBC SO (in all, 1998)

BBC Music Magazine

BBC MM94 D Prokofiev: Peter narr); Britten: Young Person’s Guide (Y.P. TORTELIER, narr); Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel. Y.P. TORTELIER, BBC PO

BBC Radio Classics

15656 91482 S Martin: Mass for Double Choir; Duparc: Motet; Britten: A Boy Was Born. POOLE. Faure: Pavane. JOLY, BBC Singers Bucks County Choral Soc. Limited edition CDR. Texts

Bella Musica

BMCD 90214 D Mozart: Concertos #23 Mozart Festival O. FS

Bells of Saint Florian

AB 10 Bruckner: Symphony #4. SANDERLING, Bavarian Radio SO

AB 12 Bruckner: Symphony #4. KUBELIK, Bavarian Radio SO (1970s)

AB 13/4 (2) Bruckner: Symphony #5. CELIBIDACHE, SDR SO (Dec. 25, 1981)

AB 6/7 (2) Bruckner: Symphony #8. WAND, Bavarian Radio SO (1980s). FS

AB 9 Bruckner: Symphony #3. SANDERLING, Bavarian Radio SO (1980s)

Berlin Classics

0013842BC (3) Wagner: Parsifal. KOLLO, ADAM, COLD, SCHROTER, BUMGER; KEGEL, Leipzig RSO 1 disc Lieder, 2 discs arias

Bis

BIS CD 1182 D Sibelius: Piano Quartet; works for piano/harmonium S. VANSKA (vln), TURUNEN (cello, GRASBECK, LONNQVIST (pf), VIITANEN (harmonium)

BIS CD 1282 D Sibelius: Trios (Vol. 1). KUUSISTO, S. VANSKA (vln), YLONEN (cello), GRASBECK (pf). All world premiere recordings

BIS CD 1284 D Nielsen: Violin Sonatas; Prelude ASTERIADOU

BIS CD 1445 D Sibelius: The Rondo of the Waves (early orchestral works Lahti SO

BIS CD 434 D Part: Cello Concerto (HELMERSON); Perpetuum Mobile; Symphonies #1-3. JARVI, Bamberg SO

BIS CD 464 D Messiaen: Meditations sur le mystere de la Sainte Trinite. ERICSSON, Gronlund organ, Lulea Cathedral

BIS CD 754 D Lecuona: Rapsodia Negra (BARTOS, Polish Radio SO); piano music (Vol. 1). TIRINO

BIS CD 774 D Lecuona: Rapsodia Argentina (BARTOS); piano music (Vol. 2). TIRINO

BIS CD 794 D Lecuona: Rapsodia Cubana (BARTOS); Danzas Cubanas; Valses Fantasticos;piano music (Vol. 3). TIRINO

BIS CD 86 S Messiaen: Harawi. DOROW, DOMINIQUE. Poemes pour Mi, Book 1. DELMAN, NEGRO

BIS CD 874 D Lecuona. Rumba-Rhapsody (BARTOS); Danzas Cubanas; Waltzes; piano music(Vol. 4). TIRINO

Black Box

BBM 1022 D Romancing Rebellion: 1798 COLLINS (pf), IRISH PIANO TRIO

Bongiovanni

GB 2059 2 D Pacini: Missa di Requiem; Sinfonia Dante. ROSSI, CICOGNA, GIORDANI, INVARRA; COSMI, Lucca Cho. KIM (t), ENGLICHOVA (harp)

Bridge

9150 D Liderman: Waking Dances; Swirling Streams (EARPLAY). TANENBAUM (gtr). Open Strings. OESTERREICH, Jugend-Gitarrenorchester, Baden-Wurttemberg

9152 D Men’s Songs, Women’s Voices (settings of female poets by Harbison, Schubert, St.-Saens, Faure, Massenet, Korngold, W. JONES (pf). Texts

9157 D Rakowski: Etudes (Vol. 2). DISSANAYAKE (pf)

9158 D M. BLANDY (t); MILNES, U. of California at Berkeley Chamber Cho. San Francisco Contemporary Music Players. Texts

Brilliant Classics

99544 D (8) Bizet: Carmen. MILCHEVA, VASSILEVA, NIKOLOV, GHIUSELEV; MARINOV. Les Pecheurs de Perles; Delibes: Lakme. RUFFINI, MORINO, PRATICO; PIANTINI. Massenet: Griselidis. COMMAND, LARCHER, DESNOUES, COURTIS; FOURNILLIER. Summaries

Brussels Philharmonic Society

590142 D Britten: Cello Sonata; Brahms: Sonata #2; Shostakovich: Sonata. SPANOGHE, A. DE GROOTE

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Cadenza

CAD 800 883 D Komma: Chronicon; Les Ponts. TREUTLEIN (pf)

Cala

CACD 1/2 D (2) Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto (SHKOLNIKOVA); Beethoven: Symphony #5; Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue (TOCCO); Rimsky-Korsakov: Capriccio Espagnol; works of Wagner, Rossini, Debussy, Philharmonia O. Large format box

Calcante

CAL CD001 D Works of Byrd, Blow, Purcell, Russell, Davies, Ireland, Lang, Howells, Op. 44, #1-3. TALICH QT

CAL 5311 D Mendelssohn: Quartets, Opp. 12 Opp. 80 t; DAMM, horn). WARCHAL, Slovak CO

Cantaloupe Music

CA 21016 S Glass: Music in Fifths; Two Pages. BANG ON A CAN ALL-STARS

CA 21023 D BANG ON A CAN Meets Kyaw Kyaw NAING.

CA 21027 D I. Bittova: Elida. BITTOVA (voice BANG ON A CAN ALL-STARS

Canterino

CNT 1022 D Britten: Folksongs; Bartok: Village Scenes; Falla: 7 Popular SpanishSongs; arrangements of Schoenberg, Janacek, Ravel, PALM (pf). Texts

Capriccio

10 719 D Haydn: Cassation in F; Divertissement in Bb; Quartet in A; Notturno #1, in C. LINOS ENS

60 043 2 D (2) Hasse: Piramo e Tisbe. SCHLICK, MONOYIOS, JOCHENS; SCHNEIDER, La Stagione. Libretto

Capstone

CPS 8741 D Works of L. Nielsen, J. Fortner, Congo, Hutter, A. Gottschalk, Wilcox, MILFORD (pf). OP. Texts

30367 00012 D Christmas Carols. ALLWOOD, Choir of Christ’s Hospital

30367 00682 D Elgar: Serenade; Britten: Variations on a Theme of Bridge; Vaughan Williams: Tallis Fantasia; Tippett: Fantasia Concertante. GROVES, Royal PO. OP

30367 00742 D Britten: Friday Afternoons—exc.; Missa Brevis; A Ceremony of Carols; songs; works of Byrd Toronto Children’s Cho. OP

Catalyst

09026 62638 2 D Moran: The Dracula Diary (opera). HOLMQUIST, Houston Grand Opera. COH. OP. Libretto

CBC

SMCD 5078 D Mozart: Flute Concertos; Andante; Rondo. AITKEN; MANNINO, National Arts Centre O

SMCD 5192 D The Magic of Christmas. COOPER, Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir, et al

CBS

LM2YK 45615 S (2) Bach: Mass in b. AUGER, HAMARI, Adalbert KRAUS, SCHONE, NIMSGERN;RILLING, Gachinger Cantorei, Bach Collegium, Stuttgart

M2K 79217 S (2) Humperdinck: Hansel COTRUBAS, SODERSTROM, TEKANAWA, WELTING, LUDWIG, NIMSGERN; PRITCHARD, Cologne Opera Cho. French Nat’l O. OP

MK 37298 D Arias of Verdi London PO. FS (longbox)

MK 39030 S Great Love Scenes. DOMINGO (in all), TE KANAWA, COTRUBAS, SCOTTO (from sets). FS (longbox)

MK 39133 D Bravura (violin encore recital). LIN, RIVERS. OP

MK 39676 D Schubert: Symphonies #2 Berlin PO. FS (longbox)

MK 42103 D Beethoven: Overtures. C. DAVIS, Bavarian RSO

MK 42220 S Beethoven: Symphony #3; Egmont N.Y. Phil

MK 42243 S Mozart: Concertos #11, 12, English CO

MK 42267 S Bach: French Suites. GOULD. Great (uncredited) program notes!

MK 44518 S Works of Telemann, Scarlatti (5), Bach, Couperin, Roncalli, Israel PO. COH

MK 7178 S Riley: In C. RILEY, ens. Pioneering minimalist work. OP

MPK 45684 Beethoven: Sonatas #30-32. GOULD. FS. OP

MYK 38486 S Wagner: Tristan Cleveland O

CBS Odyssey

MB2K 45615 S (2) Bach: Mass in b. AUGER, HAMARI, Adalbert KRAUS, NIMSGERN; RILLING, Stuttgart Bach Collegium, Gachinger Kantorei Stuttgart

Cedille

CDR 90000 015 D Franck: Prelude, Fugue Jaeckel organ, Pilgrim Congregational Church, Duluth

CDR 90000 079 D (2) Martinu: Oboe Concerto; Sydor: Virtuti Militari; Yano: Oboe Concerto. KLEIN; FREEMAN, Czech Nat’l SO

CDR 90000 080 D Cimarosa: Concerto for 2 Flutes; Molique: Flute Concerto in d; Oboe Concerto in g; Moscheles: Concertante in F. DUFOUR (fl), KLEIN (ob); FREEMAN, Czech Nat’l SO

Centaur

CRC 2029 D CDCM Computer Music Series, Vol. 1 (works of Austin, T. Clark, Hunt, Bresnick, Rolnick, Bait, var. synthesizers (CDCM Computer Music Series, Vol. 2)

CRC 2045 D CDCM Computer Music Series, Vol. 3 (works of Martirano, Melby, Tipei, Wyatt, Brun, Vol. 7 (works of Rolnick, Oliveros, Kabat, B. McLean, Chadabe)

CRC 2052 D Works of Appleton (2), P. Moravec, D.E. Jones (2), Vol. 6)

CRC 2076 D CDCM Computer Music Series, Vol. 5 (works of Lansky, Garton, Milburn, M. Butler, F. White, A. Warren)

CRC 2077 D Rosenboom: Systems of Judgment (CDCM Computer Music Series, Vol. 4)

CRC 2078 D CDCM Computer Music Series, Vol. 9 (works of Winsor, McTee, Pickarski, Waschka, R. Rogers, Vol. 8 (works of Chafe, Schindler, Jaffe, J. Berger, Morrill)

CRC 2110 D CDCM Computer Music Series, Vol. 10 (works of Lansky, Austin, Melby, Rosenboom, Vol. 11 (works of Austin, Loy, Chave/Morrill, Rolnick, Waschka, Appleton, Vol. 12 (works of Thome, Rahn, Karpen)

CRC 2166 D CDCM Computer Music Series, Vol. 13 (works of Austin, Spiegel, LaBarbara, Vol. 14 (works of Subotnick, Waschka, Martirano, D. Scott, Vancouver Chamber Choir, et al. Texts

Chandos

CHAN 0577 D J. Aubert (1689-1753): 5 Concertos. STANDAGE, Collegium Musicum 90

CHAN 10232 X D Falla: El Amor Brujo (WALKER, ms); Nights in the Gardens of Spain (FINGERHUT, pf); La Vida Breve—2 exc. G. SIMON, London SO. FS. COH

CHAN 10235 X D Moeran: Serenade in G; 2 Rhapsodies; In the Mountain Country; Nocturne(MACKEY, b). HANDLEY, Ulster O. COH

CHAN 10276 D Paganini: 24 Caprices, Op. 1. QUARTA. COH

CHAN 6516 S Famous Marches. BRAND, NEWSOME, Black Dyke Mills Band

CHAN 8362 D Treasures of Operetta. M.H. SMITH (s), MORRISON (b); BARRY, Chandos O. Summaries

CHAN 8405 D Respighi: Belkis, Queen of Sheba—Suite; Metamorphosen. SIMON, Philharmonia O

CHAN 8498 D Bach: Violin Concerto #2 (THOMAS); Mozart: Serenata Notturna; Tippett: Little Music; Howard: Sun Soloists of Australia

CHAN 8514 D Britten: Songs WILLISON (pf). Texts

CHAN 8657 D Britten: Les Illuminations; 4 Chansons Francaises (LOTT, s); Serenade (ROLFE JOHNSON, t; THOMPSON, horn). B. THOMSON, Scottish Nat’l O. Texts

CHAN 8774/5 D (2) Mendelssohn: Elijah. PLOWRIGHT, FINNIE, WHITE, DAVIES; HICKOX, London SO 4, ConcertgebouwO

CHAN 8820 D Shostakovich: Violin Concertos. MORDKOVITCH; JARVI, Scottish Nat’l O

CHAN 8946 D I Love My Love: A collection of British folk songs. LUXON (b), WILLISON (pf). Texts

CHAN 9022 D Elgar: Sea Pictures; The Music Makers. FINNIE (c); THOMSON, London PO Czech PO

CHAN 9063 D Suk: Fairy Tale, Op. 16; Serenade for Strings. BELOHLAVEK, Czech PO

CHAN 9065 D Alwyn: American Legend; Pastoral Fantasia; Tragic Interlude; Lyra Angelica (MASTERS, harp). HICKOX, City of London Sinfonia

CHAN 9134 D Part: College sur B.A.C.H.; Summa; Wenn Bach Bienen Gezuchtet Hatte; Fratres; Symphony #2; Festina Lente; Credo. B. BERMAN (pf); JARVI, Philharmonia Cho. c); Symphony in f#. DOWNES, BBC PO

CHAN 9213 D Respighi: Sinfonia drammatica. DOWNES, BBC PO

CHAN 9493 D Grainger: In a Nutshell; orchestral works. HICKOX, BBC PO (Vol. 1)

CHAN 9584 D Grainger: Youthful Suite; The Warriors; orchestral works. HICKOX, BBC PO (Vol. 6)

CHAN 9648 D Kuhlau: Opera overtures. SCHONWANDT, Danish Nat’l RSO

CHAN 9798 D G.F. Pinto (1785-1806): 3 Grand Sonatas; piano music. O’ROURKE

CHAN 9815 D Voormolen: Baron Hop Suites #1 ROERADE); Eline. BAMERT, Hague PO

CHAN 9839 D Grainger: The Power of Rome BBC PO (Vol. 15)

CHAN 9893 D Reinecke: Symphonies #2 Tasmanian SO

CHAN 9912 D Debussy: Estampes; Chidren’s Corner; piano music. TABE

Channel Classics

CCS 19098 D Rameau: Pieces de Clavecin en Concerts. PINNOCK (hpsi), PODGER (vln), MANSON (gamba)

CCS 19698 D Haydn-Salomon: Symphonies #93, 94, Disman Radio Children’s Ens

CCS SA 21804 D (HYBRID SACD) Mozart: Violin Sonatas (Vol. 1). PODGER, COOPER (periodinst.)

CCS SA SEL 3404 Q (SACD) Super Artists on Super Audio, Vol. 2 (sampler)

Chant du Monde

LDC 278044/5 S (2) Prize Winners of the 15th International Competition for Electroacoustic Music/Bourges, 1987. Works of Karpen, J. Berger, D’Escrivan, Kergomard, Katzer, Rimmer, Alvarez, J. Levine, Kaegi, Normandeau, Vaggione, Aikman/Tranquilino, Rudow, Parmerud, Poulard, Parmerud, Mandolini, Dhomont, Kropfl, Karpen, Gobeil, D’Escrivan, Calon, Rai, MacDonald/Virgo, Dolden, Rowe, F. White, Saitta, Valverde, Rudnik, Pongracz, Asuar, Lippe, Arzouman, A. Warren, Parmerud, de Man, A. Lewis, Vaughan, Appleton, Truax, Zobl, titlerole!), DEVELLEREAU, BREALT, RIVENQ; PETITGIRARD, Monte-Carlo PO Mendelssohn, Goudimel, Howells, L. Boulanger, Mozart, Bruckner, Ives, Vaughan Williams, Thomson, Durufle, Verdi, Stravinsky, Britten, Friedell, Westminster Choir (Like As a Hart)

CD 2 S Rachmaninov: Concerto #2; Isle of the Dead (HORENSTEIN, Royal PO); Schubert-Tausig: Marche Militaire; Weber-Tausig: Invitation to the Dance. WILD (Reader’s Digest recordings)

Classica d’Oro

1506.2033 2 S Bruckner: Symphony #4. HORVAT, Austrian Radio SO

Classical Express

HCX 3957081 S Works of Marais (2), Clerambault, Couperin (2), TRIO SONNERIE (A Portrait of Love: Early 18th-century music for the French court). COH

Classico

CLASSCD 233 D Britten: Violin Concerto; Walton: Concerto. AZIZIAN; VANSKA, BELLICAMPI, Copenhagen PO

Collins Classics

12342 D Holst: St. Paul’s Suite; Walton: Henry V—2 exc.; Britten: Simple Symphony; Berkeley: Serenade; Tippett: Fantasia Concertante. SILLITO, Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. OP

12752 D Brahms: Viola Sonata #2; Britten: Lachrymae; Hindemith: Sonata, Op. 11, #4. ATKINS, LIDIARD. OP

15262 D Britten: Simple Symphony; Temporal Variations (DANIEL, ob); A Charm ofLullabies (WYN-ROGERS, ms); Lachrymae (DUKES, vla); Suite on English Folk Tunes. BEDFORD, Northern Sinfonia

30072 D Britten: Simple Symphony; Strauss-Anders: Till Eulenspiegel—Grotesque Musicale; Dvorak: Quintet, Op. 77. SERENATA OF LONDON. OP

70422 D (2) Britten: Albert Herring. BARSTOW, PALMER, A. TAYLOR, D. JONES, GILLETT, LLOYD, SAVIDGE, FINLEY; BEDFORD, Northern Sinfonia. OP. Libretto

Columbia

CK 85397 D Joel: Fantasies Bergen PO

Copsi Secante

CK 12003 D Britten: A Ceremony of Carols; Missa brevis. PROSPER, Vincent d’Indy Children’s Cho

cpo

999 305 2 D Loewe: Lieder Garben. Texts

999 358 2 D Kalitzke: Report of the Death of the Musician Jack Tiergarten [sic]. JAGER (s), FEGRAN (b), EGGENHOFER, KRABBE (actors); KALITZKE, Musikfabrik Nordrhein-Westfalen. Libretto

999 426 2 D (2) Gade-Hartmann: A Folk Tale. DAMGAARD, Danish Radio Sinfonietta

999 502 2 D Sinding: Symphonies #1 NDR RPO Hannover

999 581 2 D Draeseke: Symphony #3, Symphonia Tragica; Funeral March. WEIGLE, Hannover RPO

999 596 2 D Sinding: Symphonies #3 NDR RPO

999 660 2 D (6) Schubert: String Quartets. AURYN QT. FS

999 807 2 D Schubert-Tarkmann: Alfonso Basel SO

999 992 2 D Poulenc: Concerto for 2 Pianos; Milhaud: Concerto; R. Casadesus: Concerto. GENOVA SWR RSO Kaierslautern

CRD

CRD 34956 D (2) Haydn: Quartets, Op. 33. COULL QT. OP

Crystal

CD321 S Thompson: Suite for Oboe, Clarinet Crystal Chamber Soloists

CD373 S Rheinberger: Horn Sonata; Strauss: Andante; Ries: Sonata. D. VAN DAM; OZAWA, Paris Opera. OP. English libretto

Cypres

CYP 7602 D Pousseur: Dichterliebesreigentraum. M. POUSSEUR (s), HARVEY (b); BARTHOLOMEE, Namur Chamber Cho. Liege PO (live, 1995). Booklet, no slipcase

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dacapo

6.220511 D (HYBRID SACD) E. Hartmann: Violin Concerto (ASTRAND); Cello Concerto (TODOROV); Piano Concerto (SALO). LINTU, Helsingborg SO

Dante

HPC 001 Balakirev: Islamey; works of Busoni (2), Stravinsky, Liszt (6), Chopin(6), K. 457—finale. YUDINA (1948)

Decca

289 455 297 2 D (2) Bartok: String Quartets. TAKACS QT

289 458 858 2 D The Beautiful Voice (songs English CO. Texts. BMG club edition

410 114 2 D Brahms: Clarinet Trio; Horn Trio. SCHIFF, New Vienna Octet members. OP

410 231 2 D Rachmaninov: Symphony #3; Youth Symphony. ASHKENAZY, Concertgebouw O

414 383 2 S (2) Britten: War Requiem. VISHNEVSKAYA, PEARS, FISCHER-DIESKAU; BRITTEN, London SO London SO, English CO. OP

417 325 2 D Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps; 4 Norwegian Moods. CHAILLY, Cleveland O. OP

417 768 2 S Satie: 3 Gymnopedies; Poulenc: 3 Novellettes; Debussy: Suite bergamasque; piano music; Ravel: Pavane; Gaspard de la nuit. ROGE. FS (longbox)

417 780 2 S Joan SUTHERLAND Greatest Hits. FS (longbox)

417 873 2 S Vivaldi: The 4 Seasons; Corelli: Christmas Concerto; Pergolesi: Flute Concerto #2 (RAMPAL). MUNCHINGER, Stuttgart CO. FS (longbox)

421 259 2 D Mozart: Concertos #19 Salzburg Mozarteum Camerata Academica. OP

421 294 2 D Handel: Dixit Dominus; Laudate pueri Dominum. BUCHANAN, MACKAY, CHANCE, KENDALL, HERFORD; CLEOBURY, Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, English CO. OP. Texts

421 337 2 S (3) Bach: Organ works (Vol. 1). HURFORD

425 028 2 D Sibelius: Symphonies #1 Philharmonia O. OP

425 635 2 S (2) Bach: Orgelbuchlein; Chorale Preludes (Vol. 2). HURFORD. COH

430 097 2 S Britten: A Ceremony of Carols; choral works. GUEST, St. John’s Cathedral Choir OP

430 260 2 S Bach: Cantatas #82, 159, TEAR, SHIRLEY-QUIRK; MARRINER, Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St. Anthony Singers. OP. Texts

430 506 2 D Prokofiev: Alexander Nevsky (VAN NES); Lt. Kije Suite. DUTOIT, Montreal SO Op. 4. KAINE, LOVEDAY (vln); MARRINER, Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields

433 688 2 D Mozart: Requiem (ed. Robbins Landon). AUGER, BARTOLI, COLE, PAPE; SOLTI, Vienna St. Opera Cho. cho’s. OP. Texts

436 631 2 D (2) Krenek: Jonny spielt auf. KRUSE, MARC, ST. HILL, M. KRAUS, POSSELT; ZAGROSEK, Leipzig Opera Cho. LIPPERT, PAPE, SCHARINGER; SOLTI, Chicago SO 1993). Texts

444 181 2 D Britten: 3 Cello Suites. COHEN. OP

475 6810 S Verdi: Arias. PRICE; MEHTA, Israel PO

475 6814 S Baritone Arias. KRAUSE; Quadri, Vienna Opera O. FS. COH

475 6926 D (2) Strauss: Daphne. FLEMING, BOTHA, SCHADE, YOUN, LARSSON; BYCHKOV, WDR SO Cologne. Libretto

476 7437 S Mozart Opera Festival. POPP, FASSBAENDER, KRENN, KRAUSE, JUNGWIRTH; KERTESZ, Vienna Haydn O

B0004406 02 D Rene FLEMING: Haunted Heart

B0005193 02 D Sacred Songs. FLEMING; DELFS, Royal PO (et al)

D 205579 D (2) Bach: 6 English Suites. SCHIFF (pf). BMG club edition

D 208561 D (2) Haydn: Die Schopfung. ZIESAK, LIPPERT, PAPE, SCHARINGER; SOLTI, Chicago SO 1993). BMG club edition. Texts

D 225373 D (2) Bach: French Suites; Italian Concerto; French Overture. SCHIFF (pf). BMG club edition

G2 43703 D Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade; Stravinsky: Scherzo fantastique. CHAILLY, Royal Concertgebouw O. Columbia House edition. OP

Deep Listening

DL 22 2004 CD D Pauline OLIVEROS: Tara’s Boom. FS

DL 29 2004 D Scott SMALLWOOD: Electrotherapy. FS

DL 30 2005 CD D ZANANA: Holding Patterns (collaborative duo)

Delos

D/CD 3057 D G. Getty: The White Election (song cycle on Dickinson poems). ERICKSON(s), GUZELIMIAN (pf). Texts

D/CD 3072 D To Catch a Christmas Star. WAGNER, Roger Wagner Chorale

DE 1022 S Handel: Sound an Alarm—exc.; Scearce: Enchanted Forest Suite; Bozza:Sonatine; works of Mouret, Bach, Vivaldi, Colnot, Seattle SO

DE 3125 D Sing We Merrily. PEARSON, St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral Choirs. Texts

DE 3149 D Sing We Hallelujah. PEARSON, Choirs of St. John’s Cathedral, Denver

Denon

60C37 7336/7 S (2) Cherubini: Medea. CALLAS, SCOTTO, PIRAZZINI, PICCHI, MODESTI; SERAFIN, La Scala. FS (longbox)

CO 77409 D Britten: Symple Symphony; Variations on a Theme of Bridge; Prelude Camerata Bern

Deutsche Grammophon

00289 477 5572 D Mozart: Violin Sonatas, K. 301, 304, 376, ZHU. Advance promo package with promo DVD

289 463 186 2 D (2) Puccini: Manon Lescaut. GULEGHINA, CURA, GALLO; MUTI, La Scala (live perf.) COH. Libretto

289 463 483 2 D Works of Williams, Morris, Grieg, St.-Saens, Korngold, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Bazzini, Bolcom, Sarasate, Paganini, Tartini, Feldman (Devil’s Dance). COH

400 038 2 D Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings; Dvorak: Serenade. KARAJAN, Berlin PO

400 039 2 D Strauss: Alpine Symphony. KARAJAN, Berlin PO

410 526 2 D St.-Saens: Concerto #3; Wieniawski: Concerto #2. PERLMAN; BARENBOIM, O. de Paris. OP

413 785 2 D Arias of Verdi var. accomp. OP

413 819 2 S Dvorak: Cello Concerto; Tchaikovsky: Rococo Variations. ROSTROPOVICH;KARAJAN, Berlin PO. OP

415 358 2 D Schumann: Piano Concerto (FRANTZ); Symphony #3. BERNSTEIN, Vienna PO. OP

415 833 2 S Beethoven: Symphony #6; Overtures—Coriolan; Prometheus; Ruins of Athens. KARAJAN, Berlin PO

415 850 2 S Schumann: Piano Concerto; Grieg: Concerto. ANDA; KUBELIK, Berlin PO. FS (longbox). OP

415 983 2 D M. Neikrug: Through Roses. QUADFLIEG (speaker); ESCHENBACH, ens. (incl, Zukerman, Neikrug, et al). OP. 4 language text

419 053 2 S Beethoven: Sonatas #21, 23, Berlin PO. OP

423 370 2 S Paganini: Violin Concertos #3 London PO. OP

427 208 2 S Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik; Serenata notturna; Sinfonia Concertante (BRANDIS, CAPPONE). BOHM, Vienna PO, Berlin PO. OP

429 171 2 S Prokofiev: Peter narr); Britten: Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra (MAAZEL, narr). MAAZEL, French Nat’l O

429 569 2 S Beethoven: Sonatas #28 K. 427; Ave verum corpus; Exsultate, jubilate. AUGER, VON STADE, LOPARDO, HAUPTMANN; BERNSTEIN, Bavarian RSO DALY, McLAUGHLIN, HAMPSON, OLLMANN,GARRISON, RAMEY, LEAR, LAINE; THOMAS, London Voices SOLLSCHER

439 464 2 S Britten: Serenade. TEAR (t), CLEVINGER (horn); GIULINI, Chicago SO. Delius: 2 Pieces; Vaughan Williams: Greensleeves Fantasia; The Lark Ascending (ZUKERMAN, vln). BARENBOIM, English CO

445 513 2 D Mahler: Symphony #7. ABBADO, Chicago SO

445 561 2 D Elgar: Introduction Chicago SO); Chausson: Poeme (MEHTA, N.Y. Phil.) PERLMAN

445 572 2 D Christmas Carols. PRESTON, Choir of Westminster Abbey

447 409 2 S (2) Bruckner: 3 Masses. JOCHUM, Bavarian Radio Cho. Op. 18; Quartet, Op. 14, #1. AMADEUS QT. Prelude Op. 18, #1 (first version); Menuet; Handel-Beethoven: Solomon—Fugue. HAGEN QT. FS

463 761 2 D (4) Prokofiev: 7 Symphonies; Lt. Kije Suite (SCHMIDT, b). OZAWA, Berlin PO

B0002999 02 D Arias Bellini, Donizetti, etal; ABBADO, Mahler CO. FS. Texts

B0004580 02 D (2) Donizetti: L’Elisir d’Amore. BONNEY, WINBERGH, WEIKL, PANERAI, BANDELLI; FERRO, Florence May Festival. FS. COH

B0004582 02 D (2) Verdi: Aida. RICCIARELLI, OBRAZTSOVA, DOMINGO, NUCCI, GHIAUROV, RAIMONDI; ABBADO, La Scala. FS. COH

B0004584 02 S (2) Puccini: Tosca. VISHNEVSKAYA, BONISOLLI, MANUGUERRA; ROSTROPOVICH. FS. COH

Deutsche Harmonia Mundi

05472 77186 2 D Haydn: Sonatas #33, 48-52. STAIER (fortepiano) (Vol. 2). OP

05472 77277 2 D Vallis: Missa Scala Aretina; Biber: Requiem. LEONHARDT, Netherlands Bach Soc. Cho. BEAUMONT (c); CURTIS, Il Complesso Barocco. FS

82876 64071 2 D (2) Wagner: Der fliegende Hollander. A. WEBER, SCHRODER, DURMULLER, STENSVOLD, SELIG; WEIL, WDR Cho. Cologne, Capella Coloniensis (period inst!). Libretto

82876 66649 2 D (HYBRID SACD) Chant Wars. SEQUENTIA, DIALOGOS. FS

Dis (Limited Edition CDR reissues, available only from Parnassus. Limited time price reductions on these items only )(

PCCD 20011 Chopin: Sonata #2; Etudes, Op. 10, #3; Op. 25, #9; Waltz, Op. 64, #1; Prelude #15; Impromptu #2; Nocturne, Op. 9, #2 (Japan, 1952); Schumann: Kreisleriana (c. 1953). CORTOT. Chopin from ultra-scarce JVC LP; Schumann from accidentally issued Philips CD

PCCD 20038 Tchaikovsky: Concerto #1 (1948); Brahms: Concerto #1 (1936). HOROWITZ; WALTER, N.Y. Phil. Concertgebouw O. From scarce AS disc issue

PCCD 20039/44 (6) Haydn: Quartet, Op. 64, #5; Mozart: Quartet, K. 465; Beethoven: Quartets #5, 7, 10, 14, D. 810; Schumann: Quartet #1; Debussy: Quartet; Ravel: Quartet; Franck: Piano Quintet (CIAMPI). CAPET QT. (complete recordings)

PCCD 20059 Schubert: Grand Duo; Variation in Ab; Fantasie in f. RICHTER, BRITTEN.1964/5 Aldeburgh Festival performances, from scarce AS disc issue

PCCD 20084 Chopin: Scherzo #4; Polonaise-Fantaisie; 2 Waltzes; 3 Etudes; 4 Mazurkas (1966/69); Andante spianato London SO, 1961). RICHTER. From scarce AS disc issue

PCCD 20089/90 D (2) Prokofiev: Sonata #2; Stravinsky: Piano-Rag-Music; Shostakovich:Preludes Vienna, 1989). From scarce Decca CDs

PCCD 20095/8 (4) Mozart a Paris. Nearly complete transfer (lacking 1 item) of legendary Pathe rarity; performers include BENEDETTI, CIAMPI, DARRE, DESCAVES, J. DOYEN, FRANCOIS, GIRAUDEAU, LANCELOT, LASKINE, LEVY, PASCAL QT. PERLEMUTER, PIERLOT, VESCOVO, et al

PCCD 20110/2 (3) Bach: Inventions; Sinfonias; Italian Concerto; English Suite #4; Partitas #1, 2, 3, BWV 904 BWV 910/3. MEYER (1946-50)

PCCD 20116 Mozart: Clarinet Quintet (VIENNA KONZERTHAUS QT.); Clarinet Concerto (RODZINSKI, Vienna St. Opera O.) WLACH (c. 1950). From scarce Japanese Westminster reissue

PCCD 20121 Beethoven: Septet, Op. 20. BARYLLI QT. VIENNA PHIL. WIND GROUP. From short-lived Japanese CD issue

PCCD 20129 D Starer: Violin Concerto; Kim: Concerto. PERLMAN; OZAWA, Boston SO. Perlman’s scarcest recording

PCCD 20132 S Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto; Brahms: Concerto. MORINI; RODZINSKI, Royal PO. From Japanese Westminster CD reissue

PCCD 20134 S Tartini: Cello Concerto in A; Vivaldi: Concertos in C, g, London SO (Carnegie Hall, 1967). From suppressed Inta’glio release

PCCD 20140 Brahms: Double Concerto. GRUMIAUX, JANIGRO; MONTEUX, RAI O. Milan (1962). Schubert: Stabat Mater. LASZLO, TRAXEL, PEZZETTI; SCHERCHEN, RAI Cho. CASALS); Schumann: Piano Quartet (BABIN, PRIMROSE, GRAUDIN); Schubert: Adagio Op. 3, #2; Bach: Suite #2. GOLDBERG, Netherlands CO. From short-lived Japanese private issue

PCCD 20163/4 (2) Mozart: Violin Concerto #5; Sinfonia concertante (SKERNICK). GOLDBERG (vln). Cassation #1; Symphonies #29 Netherlands CO (+ BBC interview). From short-lived Japanese private edition

PCCD 20170 D Bach: Sonatas, BWV 963, 964, BWV 993; 4 Duets; Italian Concerto. RICHTER (last studio session, 1991). From scarce Stradivarius issue

PCCD 20175 S Tchaikovsky: Pezzo Capriccioso; Elgar: Cello Concerto; Prokofiev: Concertino, Op. 132. ROSTROPOVICH; ROZHDESTVENSKY, London SO. From scarce Inta’glio issue

PCCD 20176 S Busoni: Berceuse Elegaique. GIELEN. Canto della Ronda degli Spiriti. NEWSTONE. Lustspieloverture. BOULT. 4 songs. FISCHER-DIESKAU, MOORE. Violin Concerto. LAREDO; BARENBOIM. Rondo Arlecchinesco. TEAR; COPLAND, BBC SO. From scarce Inta’glio issue

PCCD 20180/1 (2) Dohnanyi: Piano works; Variations on a Nursery Tune; Piano Concerto #2 (BOULT, Royal PO). DOHNANYI. Complete Dohnanyi HMV LP recordings; concertos in stereo

PCCD 20183 D Mozart: Sonatas, K. 448 LEVIN (authentic fortepianos). Live performance, 1990; from extremely scarce private issue

PCCD 20189 Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto. MORINI; STRAVINSKY, N.Y. Phil. (1941). Symphony #2. STRAVINSKY, L.A. PO (1950). Limited sound quality on both items; neither otherwise issued on CD!

PCCD 20194 Beethoven: Diabelli Variations; Eroica Variations; Turkish MarchVariations. RICHTER (Venice, 1970). From long-deleted Arkadia release

PCCD 20195 Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition (London, 1968); Prokofiev: Sonata #4 (Aldeburgh, 1968); Visions fugitives—exc. (London, 1966). RICHTER. From long-deleted AS disc release

PCCD 20200 D Bach: French Suites #2 BWV 913; Fantasia in C, BWV 906. RICHTER (live performances, 1991). From scarce Stradivarius release

PCCD 20201 D Haydn: Sonata #33, in c; Andante K 475/457 (1991). RICHTER. From scarce Stradivarius release

PCCD 20202/3 D (2) Grieg: Lyric Pieces—24 exc.; Debussy: Preludes, Book 2—6 exc. RICHTER. 1993 live performances, from scarce Stradivarius release, not identical with Live Classics release

PCCD 20204 S Shostakovich: Violin Sonata. KAGAN, RICHTER (May 17, 1985). Viola Sonata. BASHMET, RICHTER (Sept. 26, 1982). Live performances from Moscow Conservatory

PCCD 20205 Beethoven: Sonata #7; Schumann: Faschingsschwank aus Wien; Chopin: Scherzo #4; Polonaise-Fantaisie; 2 Waltzes; Mazurka. RICHTER (Richter in Helsinki, Aug. 25, 1976)

PCCD 20206 Hahn: Sonatine; Piano Concerto (HAHN, o.); Mozart: Violin Sonata in Bb, K. 454 (SORIANO); Schumann: Faschingsschwank aus Wien. TAGLIAFERRO (from 78s, 1934-37)

PCCD 20207 Faure: Ballade (COPPOLA); Impromptus #2 Mendelssohn (2), Chopin (3), Albeniz (2), Mompou (2), Mozart, 1928-36)

PCCD 20209 Mozart: Sonata in G, K. 283 (Aldeburgh, 1966; Prague, 1968); Variations on La belle Francoise (Prague, 1968). RICHTER. From scarce deleted AS disc edition

PCCD 20213 Mozart: Concertos #16 N.Y. Phil. (1955). From scarce AS disc issue

PCCD 20215 Beethoven: Sonata #21 (1954); Fur Elise; Handel: Chaconne; Chopin: Fantaisie-Impromptu; Schumann: Carnaval. A. FISCHER (1968)

PCCD 20216 Schumann: Fantasie, Op. 17 (Moscow, 1956); Piano Concerto (KEILBERTH, Cologne RSO, 1961). A. FISCHER

PCCD 20234 S L. Boulanger: Du Fond de l’Abime; Pie Jesu; Psalms 24 Brasseur Cho. Lamoureux O. 3 Violin pieces. MENUHIN, CURZON. CDR transfer from scarce EMI reissue. OP

PCCD 20235 Prokofiev: Sonata #7; Shostakovich: Piano Quintet (SYMPHONIA QT.) GOULD (1962). From scarce Nuova Era edition

PCCD 20237 Brahms: Piano Quintet (MONTREAL QT.) (1957); Intermezzo, Op. 119, #1. GOULD. CDR copy from first publication of CBC broadcasts, suppressed by legal action

PCCD 20249 Vainberg: Sonata #4; Stravinsky-Gilels: Petrouchka Suite; Scriabin: Sonata #4; Prokofiev: Sonata #3; Medtner: Sonata Reminiscenza (1968). GILELS (1957). From scarce MK CD

Disclosure 1940); Egmont Overture (May 30, 1930); Leonore Overture #3 (April 29, 1943). MENGELBERG, Concertgebouw O

Dorian

DOR 90120 D The Enchanted Isles: Harp Music of Ireland, Scotland, England Sammartini, Torelli, Pez, Corelli, Les Violons du Roy

DOR 90286 D Mancini: 4 Sonatas; A. Scarlatti: 2 Sonatas; Valentini: Sonata in Bb. SCHWARZ, Rebel

DOR 90307 D Borodin: Quartets #1 Biagio Marini Chuckerbutty Ocarina Quartet. (No, this is not a hoax!)

Dutton

CDLX 7010 Verdi: Requiem. CANIGLIA, STIGNANI, GIGLI, PINZA; SERAFIN, Rome Opera (1939)

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ebs

ebs 6114 D Holst: St. Paul’s Suite; Britten: Simple Symphony; Respighi: AncientDances S.W. German CO Pforzheim. FS

ECM

25011 2 S Part: Fratres (2 versions). KREMER, JARRETT (pf); BERLIN PHIL. CELLO ENS. Cantus. DAVIES, Stuttgart St. O. Tabula Rasa. KREMER, GRINDENKO, SCHNITTKE; SONDECKIS, Lithuanian CO

289 449 958 2 D Part: Spiegel im Spiegel (3 versions). SPIVAKOV (vln), BEZRODNY (pf); SCHWALKE (cello), MALTER (pf). Fur Alina (2 versions). MALTER

289 472 080 2 D Part: Pilgrims’ Song; Orient Swedish RSO cho. Estonian Phil. Chamber Choir, Tallinn CO. Texts

78118 21592 2 D Part: Litany. KALJUSTE, Hilliard Ens. Tallinn CO, Estonian Phil. Chamber Cho. Psalom; Trisagion. SONDECKIS, Lithuanian CO

78118 21654 2 D (2) Part: Kanon Pokajanen. KALJUSTE, Estonian Phil. Chamber Cho

831 959 2 D Part: Arbos. HILLIARD ENS.; KREMER, V. MENDELSSOHN, DEMENGA; DAVIES, Stuttgart St. O

837 109 2 D Part: Passio Domini Nostri Jesu Christi Secundum Joannem. HILLIARD ENS

847 539 2 D Part: Miserere; Festina Lente; Sarah Was 90 Years Old. HILLIER, Hilliard Ens.; DAVIES, Beethovenhalle O. Bonn

849 655 2 D Works of Part (5), Maxwell Davies (2), Hymns TSABROPOULOS (pf)

B0005056 02 D Part: Da Pacem Domine. HILLIARD ENS. Lamentate. LUBIMOV (pf); BOREYKO,SWR Stuttgart RSO

B0005057 02 D S. Hong: Missa Lumen de Lumine; 12th/13th Century Music from England Dowland, Butterworth, KORBER (pf)

Elan

CD 82246 D Cameos (30 encores). STIER (clar), NEWTON (pf)

EMF Media

EMF CD 050 D Chadabe: Many Times Benjamin (B. CHADABE); Many Times Chris (MANN, narr); Many Times David (GIBSON, cello); Many Times Jan (WILLIAMS, perc.); Many Times Esther (LAMNECK). Electronic music

EMI

47005 2 D Bach: Violin Concertos; Double Concerto. MUTTER, ACCARDO, English CO

47161 2 S Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue; Concerto in F; An American in Paris. PREVIN (piano London SO

47171 2 S Paganini: 24 Caprices, Op. 1. PERLMAN

47175 8 (2) Puccini: Tosca. CALLAS, DI STEFANO, GOBBI; DE SABATA, La Scala. Libretto

47353 2 D Beethoven: Violin Sonatas #5 New Princess Theater O

47981 8 (3) Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana (DI STEFANO, PANERAI); Leoncavallo: Pagliacci (DI STEFANO, GOBBI). CALLAS; SERAFIN, La Scala. Libretti

49257 2 D Britten: The Heart of the Matter; Songs. PEARS (narr), MACKIE (t), VIGNOLES (pf), TUCKWELL (horn). OP

49300 2 D Britten: Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra; Peter Grimes—4 Sea Interludes; Men of Goodwill. MARRINER, Minnesota O. OP

49635 2 D Purcell: Welcome to all the pleasures; 3 Funeral Sentences; Come ye sons of art away; Funeral Music for Queen Mary. VAN EVERA, T. WILSON, AINSLEY, DANIELS, THOMAS; PARROTT, Taverner Consort, Choir, Mendelssohn, Berlioz, Schumann, Schubert, London Classical Players (period inst.) OP

54406 2 D Mahler-Cooke: Symphony #10 (revised ed.) RATTLE, Bournemouth SO

54649 2 D (2) Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker. JANSONS, London PO. No slipcase

55111 2 D Haydn: Symphonies #101 London Classical Players. OP

56183 2 D Strauss: Horn Concertos; Britten: Serenade (BOSTRIDGE, t). NEUNECKER;METZMACHER, Bamberg SO

56271 2 (3) Bellini: Norma. CALLAS, STIGNANI, FILIPPESCHI, ROSSI LEMENI; SERAFIN, La Scala. Libretto

56541 2 D Works of Grieg, Tveitt, Johansen, Valen, long winter night)

56564 2 D Vaughan Williams: Symphonies #3 (ROOCROFT, s) London PO. OP

56871 2 D Britten: Serenade (NEUNECKER, horn; METZMACHER, Bamberg SO); Our Hunting Fathers; 2 songs. BOSTRIDGE; HARDING, Britten Sinfonia. Texts

57296 2 D Grieg: Lyric Pieces—exc. ANDSNES (on Grieg’s piano). BMG club edition

57374 2 D The Noel Coward Songbook. BOSTRIDGE (t), TATE (pf). BMG club edition

58039 2 D (2) Works of Rachmaninov, Scriabin, Falla, Granados, Ginastera, Chopin, Choir of King’s College, Cambridge. FS. COH

63033 2 Beethoven: Symphonies #1 Vienna PO. OP

63469 2 S (2) Bruckner: Symphony #8; Wagner: Lohengrin—Preludes; Parsifal—Preludes. KARAJAN, Berlin PO (1958/75). OP

64122 2 S Sibelius: Symphonies #5 City of Birmingham SO, Philharmonia O. OP

64193 2 S Dvorak: Symphony #8; Scherzo capriccioso; 3 Legends. BARBIROLLI, HalleO. OP

64259 2 (2) Schubert: Sonatas, D. 850, 959, SINCLAIR, LEWIS, NOWAKOWSKI); The Ruins of Athens—exc. BEECHAM, Beecham Choral Soc. Royal PO. OP

64440 2 D Britten: Canadian Carnival; Rachmaninov: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (OUSSET); Sibelius: Symphony #5. RATTLE, City of Birmingham SO. OP

64491 2 (2) Chopin: Piano Concertos (BARBIROLLI); 19 Nocturnes. RUBINSTEIN

64524 2 S (2) Granados: Goyescas; Escenas romanticas; Valses poeticos; 6 piezassobre cantos populares espanoles. DE LARROCHA. Early Hispavox recordings. OP

64679 2 D Britten: A Ceremony of Carols; Hymn to St. Cecilia; Sacred Vasari Singers

64697 2 (3) Chopin: Mazurkas; Scherzi; Polonaises; piano music. RUBINSTEIN (1928-39)

64736 2 S Britten: Spring Symphony (ARMSTRONG, BAKER, TEAR); Peter Grimes—4 SeaInterludes. PREVIN, London SO, cho’s

65109 2 S Ireland: London Overture; Vaughan Williams: London Symphony. BARBIROLLI, London SO, Halle O. OP

65114 2 D Britten: Phaedra; 5 French folksongs (PALMER, ms); Les Illuminations (GOMEZ, s). WHITFIELD, Endymion Ens. Texts

65456 2 D Britten: Gloriana—Suite; 4 Sea Interludes; The Prince of the Pagodas—Pas de 6. YUASA, Royal Liverpool PO. OP

66091 2 S Beethoven: Concerto #3 Berlin PO

66263 2 (11) EMI Classics Centenary Edition. Anthology of EMI recordings, 1897-1997, with booklet Philharmonia O. (1953-4). OP

66769 2 D Britten: Folksong arrangements. BRIGHTMAN (s), PARSONS (pf). Texts

66793 2 S Beethoven: Symphony #3; Grosse Fuge. KLEMPERER, Philharmonia O

67138 2 (3) Mozart: Cosi fan Tutte. SCHWARZKOPF, MERRIMAN, OTTO, SIMONEAU, PANERAI, BRUSCANTINI; KARAJAN, Philharmonia. COH. Libretto

67142 2 (2) Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro. SCHWARZKOPF, SEEFRIED, JURINAC, HONGEN, LONDON, KUNZ, MAJKUT; KARAJAN, Vienna PO. COH. Libretto

67538 2 D Vaughan Williams: Job. HANDLEY, London PO

67626 2 (4) Wagner: Tristan und Isolde. FLAGSTAD, THEBOM, SUTHAUS, SCHOCK, FISCHER-DIESKAU, GREINDL; FURTWAENGLER, Royal Opera Cho. Philharmonia O. Libretto

68354 2 S (2) Prokofiev: Peter narr, in French); St.-Saens: Carnival of the Animals. PRETRE, Paris Cons. O. Dukas: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice; Pierne: March. JACQUILLAT, O. de Paris. OP

69021 2 S Beethoven: Violin Sonatas #5 BARENBOIM. FS (longbox)

69522 2 D Britten: Our Hunting Fathers; 6 Folksongs. SODERSTROM; ARMSTRONG, Welsh Nat’l Opera O. Serenade. TEAR, CIVIL; MARRINER, Northern Sinfonia (ANALOG). OP. Texts

72812 2 S Choral Favourites from King’s. WILLCOCKS, LEDGER, Choir of King’s College, Cambridge

74730 2 S Gounod: St. Cecilia Mass. LORENGAR, HOPPE, CRASS; HARTEMANN, Duclos Cho. Paris Conservatory O. Petite Symphonie. BARBIROLLI, Halle O. members

74813 2 D Rachmaninov: Concertos #1 Berlin PO. FS. COH

76878 2 Beethoven: Symphony #9. SCHWARZKOPF, HONGEN, PATZAK, HOTTER; KARAJAN, Vienna PO Vienna PO (1947). FS. COH

76884 2 Mozart: Concertos #21 (LIPATTI) Lucerne Festival O. Philharmonia O. FS. COH

CDC 547329 S Elgar: Cello Concerto (DU PRE); Sea Pictures (BAKER). BARBIROLLI, London SO. OP

En Larmes NDR SO (Jan. 26, 1981)

ELS 04 547 S L. Mozart: Symphony in G; Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate (J. KAUFMANN, s); Adagio K. 546; Litaniae de Venerabili Altaris Sacramento, K. 423. SAWALLISCH, Bavarian RSO 1991)

Encore Productions

E 1998 D Christmas at Concordia: Light Everlasting. CLAUSEN, COOK, J.R. HANSON, Concordia College Choirs 1991)

Enharmonic

ENCD00 014 D Bach: Sonata in E, BWV 1035; Canteloube-Yasuhide: 3 Chants d’Auvergne; Reed: Ballade; Husa: Elegie et Rondeau; Barber-Hirohisa: Souvenirs; works of Bozza in all), MILLER, NAGAI, HATTORI (pf). FS. OP

Epiphany

EP 1 D Beethoven: Sonatas #8 Op. 34; piano music. KIPNIS (1793 Graebner fortepiano). Superb, regrettably short-lived disc. FS. OP

EP 2 D Works of Handel, Scarlatti, Vinci, Telemann, C.P.E. I. KIPNIS (hpsi FIACCO (cello) (The Instrument of Kings). FS. OP

Erato

21668 2 D Liberty Tree: Early American Music, 1776-1861. COHEN, Boston Camerata, et al. Texts

45004 2 D Rameau: Les Surprises de l’Amour—Suite. MINKOWSKI, Les Musiciens du Louvre

45339 2 D Charpentier: In obitum augustissimae nec non plissimae gallorum Reginae lamentum; Elevation; Luctus de morte augustissimae Mariae Theresiae Reginae Gallae. DEVOS, Namur Chamber Cho. Musica Polyphonica (+ soloists). OP. Texts

94354 2 D Handel: 6 Concerti Grossi, Op. 3.MINKOWSKI, Les Musiciens du Louvre (period inst.)

94675 2 D (2) Bach: St. John Passion. SCHLICK, WESSEL, MEY, TURK, KOOY, MERTENS, KOOPMAN, Netherlands Bach Choir, Amsterdam Baroque O. Texts

D 143808 D Purcell: Dido MARIN-DEGOR, BRUA, N. BERG; CHRISTIE, Les Arts Florissants. BMG club edition. OP. Text

D 212630 D (3) Bach: Cantatas (Vol. 2). SCHLICK, WESSEL, PREGARDIEN, MERTENS; KOOPMAN, Amsterdam Baroque O. SMITH, SCHAER, ELWES, SERAFIM, HUTTENLOCHER, BRODARD; CORBOZ, Gulbenkian Foundation Cho. GEDDA, GROENROOS, PETKOV, KRAUSE; ROSTROPOVICH, O. de Paris. FS (longbox). OP. Libretto

Ermitage

ERM 404 D Lattuada: Le Preziose Ridicole. VELAYRE, CICOGNA, Ezio DE CESARI, SERVILE; MASINI, Toscanini SO. Libretto

Etcetera

KTC 1046 D Britten: A Charm of Lullabies; songs. KENNY (s), WATKINSON (c), CRONE (pf). Texts

KTC 1092 D Britten: Songs; Purcell arrangements. RAGIN (c-t), DRAKE (pf) (live, Wigmore Hall, July 26, 1987). Texts

KTC 1128 D Ireland: Mother CRONE (pf). Texts

KTC 1192 D Songs of Delius, Vaughan Williams, Gibbs, Berkeley, Finzi, Chilcott, S. Dupois (5), Wagner (6), D. ANDERSEN (pf). French texts

KTC 2006 1 D Britten: Cello Sonata (I. BROWN, pf); Suite #1, Op. 72. BAILLIE. OP

KTC 2006 2 D Britten: Cello Suites #2 Lionel BARRYMORE, Groucho MARX). COH

Factory

FACD 236 D Poulenc: Oboe Sonata; Britten: 6 Metamorphoses; Hindemith: Sonata; Lallet: Prelude KELLY (pf). OP

Finlandia

40872 2 D (2) Sibelius: String Quartets (complete). SIBELIUS ACADEMY QT. NEW HELSINKI QT

87182 2 D Part: Johannes-Passion. HYNNINEN, LEHTIPUU; SATOMAA, Candomino Choir. COH. OP. Texts

95861 2 D Bergman: Birds in the Morning; Englund: Flute Concerto; Merilainen: Visions Finnish RSO. OP

First Edition Music

FECD 0043 D Singleton: After Fallen Crumbs; Shadows; A Yellow Rose Petal. SHAW, LANE, Atlanta SO. FS

Forlane

UCD 16610 D Orff: Carmina Burina (STOYANOVA, KALUDOV); Britten: Missa Brevis. MILKOV, Bulgarian RSO Butler, Schallehn, J. Coates, C.C. Miller, Poston, Willan, Hairston, et al (Bright Shining as the Sun). GALBRAITH, Cantores Celestes

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G.O.P.

G.O.P. 722 (2) Bellini: Norma. CERQUETTI, PIRAZZINI, CORELLI, NERI; SANTINI, Rome Opera (Jan. 4, 1958). Italian libretto

Gala

GL 339 S Songs of Dorumsgaard, Mahler, Ives, Poulenc, Britten, ISEPP (live, 1976). Massenet: Cendrillon—Act 2. VON STADE, WALLACE; BERNARDI, National Arts Centre O. (1979)

Gallo

CD 590 S Works of Palmero, Laredo, Caba, Roncal, Ginastera, M. Sandi, Monje, Salinas, Malaga The Clerks’ Group. COH. Texts

CD GAU 354 D Flame of Ireland: Medieval Irish Plainchant. CANTY. COH. Texts

GDS

GDS 21021 (2) Donizetti: Pigmalione. ANTONIOLI, SANTANIONI-FINZI; GATTO, TeatroDonizetti, Bergamo (1963)

GM 2022 CD D Britten: Holy Sonnets of John Donne; On This Island; Quilter: 7 Elizabethan Lyrics; To Julia. KELLY (t), RECCHIUTI (pf)

Gold Fidelity

GF 550098 D Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade; Le coq d’or—2 exc.; Sadko. LENARD, CSRSO Bratislava. Gold surface

Golden Melodram

GM 1.0072 (3) Wagner: Lohengrin. NORDMO-LOVBERG, VARNAY, WINDGASSEN, ADAM, NEIDLINGER, WAECHTER; MAAZEL, Bayreuth Festival (1960)

Great Artists Berlin PO

GA4 10 S (4) Weber: Freischutz Overture; Schubert: Symphony #3; Beethoven: Symphony #5 (Chicago SO, Oct. 12, 1978); Symphony #7 (Bavarian St. O. May 1986); Mozart: Symphonies #33 Sept. 13, 1980); Beethoven:Symphonies #2, 5, 6, Aug. 17, 1980/Aug. 17, 1975). BOHM

GA4 12 S (4) Mozart: Symphonies #40 (Oct. 15, 1966) 1967); Beethoven: Symphonies #3 (May 11, 1967), 5 (Sept. 22, 1966) 1970); Violin Concerto (MORINI) (May 11, 1967). SZELL, Cleveland O

GA4 13 S (4) Smetana: Ma Vlast (Czech PO, May 12, 1984); Bruckner: Symphony #3 (Vienna SO, June 9, 1982); Wagner: Siegfried Idyll; Meistersinger Prelude; Tchaikovsky: Symphony #6 (Budapest SO, May 6, 1981). MATACIC

GA4 14 S (4) Beethoven: Symphony #6 (April 13, 1987); Schubert: Symphony #8; Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique (Aug, 27, 1987); Brahms: Symphonies #3 1988); Prokofiev: Symphony #1; Beethoven: Symphony #5 (Dec. 4, 1988). KARAJAN, Berlin PO

GA4 15 S (4) Beethoven: Symphonies #1, 3, Feb. 16, 1994); Bruckner: Symphony #8 (North German RSO, Nov. 1990). WAND

GA4 16 S (4) Beethoven: Coriolan Overture; Symphonies #5-8; Sibelius: En Saga; Weber: Oberon Overture; Brahms: Symphony #4. CELIBIDACHE, Stuttgart RSO (1975-82)

GA4 17 S (4) Brahms: Concerto #1 (LUPU); Beethoven: Symphony #6 (May 25, 1990). SANDERLING, Bavarian RSO. Rachmaninov: Symphony #2 (Sept. 16, 1989); Shostakovich: Symphony #15 (March 17, 1999). SANDERLING, Berlin PO

GA4 18 S (4) Beethoven: Symphonies #1 Op. 6, #6; Dvorak: Symphony #8 (Sept. 7, 1982). KUBELIK, Bavarian RSO

GA4 19 S (4) Beethoven: Symphony #9 (JONES, DAME, SCHWARZ, KOLLO, MOLL, Aug. 22, 1979); Mahler: Symphonies #4 (BERGIUS, Feb. 12, 1984) 1987); Shostakovich: Symphony #5 (May 27, 1979). BERNSTEIN, Vienna PO

GA4 2 S (4) Brahms: Symphony #1 (Aug. 28, 1984); German Requiem (HENDRICKS, VAN DAM, Aug. 15, 1983); Bruckner: Symphony #8 (Aug. 17, 1986). KARAJAN, Vienna PO

GA4 20 S (4) Brahms: Symphony #1; Mahler: Symphony #10—Adagio; Beethoven: Symphony #3 (Vienna PO, Aug. 28/9, 1982); Dvorak: Symphony #9 (Berlin PO, March 13, 1984); Bruckner: Symphony #3 (Bavarian RSO, 1970s). TENNSTEDT

GA4 21 S (4) Cherubini: Anacreon Overture; Haydn: Symphony #103; Mozart: Symphony #41; Beethoven: Symphonies #3 Mathis der Maler; Brahms: Symphony #1; Academic Festival Overture.CELIBIDACHE, Stuttgart RSO (1974-81)

GA4 22 S (4) Bruckner: Symphony #4 (Nov. 9, 1973); Franck: Symphony (Feb. 27/8, 1982); Milhaud: Saudades do Brasil (Oct. 31, 1979); Dvorak: Symphony #9 (Oct. 17m 1978); Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade (Feb. 29, 1980). CELIBIDACHE, Stuttgart RSO

GA4 23 S (4) Bruckner: Symphonies #5 (Sept. 24, 1986), 7 (Sept. 22, 1989), 1981). CELIBIDACHE, Munich PO

GA4 24 S (4) Schumann: Symphony #4; Mussorgsky-Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition; Schubert: Symphony #8; Hindemith: Symphony, Mathis der Maler; Ravel: Rhapsodie Espagnol; Bolero; Daphnis J. Strauss, Mozart, Munich PO (1980-91)

GA4 25 S (4) Beethoven: Symphony #3; Mozart: Concerto #9 (PERAHIA, Jan. 16, 1996); Strauss: Don Juan; Tchaikovsky: Symphony #5 (June 10, 1993); Handel: Concerto Grosso, Op. 6, #1; Trumpet Concerto (KOMISCHKE); Mozart: Symphony #35 (June 22, 1991). CELIBIDACHE, Munich PO

GA4 26 S (4) Mozart: Haffner Serenade (1980s); Bruckner: Symphony #5 (Jan. 7, 1982); Symphony #8 (Aug. 19, 1984); Schumann: Symphony #4 (1986). WAND, Bavarian RSO

GA4 27 S (4) Beethoven: Symphony #5 (Nov. 1, 1992); Schubert: Symphonies #8 (March 29, 1993) 1993); Bruckner: Symphony #9 (March 20, 1993); Tchaikovsky: Symphony #5 (April 5, 1987). WAND, Berlin German SO

GA4 28 S (4) Beethoven: Violin Concerto (MINTZ); Sibelius: Symphony #8 (March20, 1993); Mozart: Symphony #25; Shostakovich: Symphony #5 (May 29, 1987); Symphony #15 (1990s); Haydn: Symphony #86 (1980s). SANDERLING, Bavarian RSO

GA4 29 S (4) Brahms: Concerto #2 (AX); Beethoven: Symphony #6. SANDERLING, Berlin German SO (April 6, 1997). Concerto #5 (AX); Brahms: Symphony #4. SANDERLING, Berlin RSO (1997)

GA4 3 S (4) Bruckner: Symphonies #5 (July 11, 1998), 7 (Aug. 27, 1999), 2001). WAND, N. German RSO

GA4 30 S (4) Mozart: Symphony #36 (Bavarian RSO, Oct. 9, 1980) Sept. 16, 1984); Bruckner: Symphony #4 (Vienna PO, 1971); Smetana: Ma Vlast (Czech PO, 1991). KUBELIK

GA4 31 S (4) Bruckner: Symphonies #7 (Aug. 15, 1980) 1978); Mozart: Masonic Funeral Music; Dvorak: Symphny #8 (Aug. 16, 1981). KARAJAN, Vienna PO

GA4 32 S (4) Beethoven: Symphonies #4 1983); Bruckner: Symphony #9 (Nov. 23, 1985); Mozart: Symphony #41 (April 30, 1982); Mahler: Symphony #9 (May 1, 1982). KARAJAN, Berlin PO

GA4 33 S (4) Strauss: Tod und Verklarung; Ein Heldenleben (1985); Also sprach Zarathustra; Don Juan (1987); Metamorphosen (1984); Alpine Symphony; Mozart: Symphony #39 (Nov. 1, 1987); Schubert: Symphony #8 (April 13, 1987). KARAJAN, Berlin PO

GA4 34 S (4) Mozart: Missa Solemnis (Aug. 28, 1986); Verdi: Requiem (Sept. 30, 1988); Brahms: German Requiem (CUERLI, GRUNDHEBER, Sept. 26, 1987). KARAJAN, Vienna Singverein, Berlin PO

GA4 35 S (4) Schubert: Symphonies #5 Vienna PO (1976/9)

GA4 36 S (4) Mozart: Requiem (DONATH, MAYER, OCHMAN, SOTIN, Jan. 27, 1975); Concerto #23 (Aug. 17, 1977); Beethoven: Concerto #5 (POLLINI, May 28, 1978); Symphony #3 (Aug. 22, 1973); Schubert: Symphony #9 (June 19, 1977). BOHM, Vienna PO

GA4 37 S (4) Mozart: Symphonies #39-41 (April 27/8, 1972); Bruckner: Symphony#7; Schubert: Symphony #5 (April 4/5, 1977); Beethoven: Symphonies #2 1978). BOHM, Bavarian RSO

GA4 38 S (4) Mozart: Symphony #28; Stravinsky: Firebird Suite; Beethoven: Symphony #6 (Berlin PO, May 14, 1971); Symphony #7; Weber: Freischutz Overture (Bavarian RSO, May 3/4, 1973); Brahms: Symphony #1 (Cologne RSO, Sept. 20, 1976). BOHM

GA4 39 S (4) Mozart: Symphony #40 (Aug. 2, 1987); Schumann: Symphony #3 (May 27, 1990); Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde (FASSBAENDER, ARAIZA, Aug. 2, 1987); Brahms: Symphonies #1 (May 24, 1992), 3 1989). GUILINI, Vienna PO

GA4 4 S (4) Bruckner: Symphonies #3 (Sept. 4, 1998), 5 (Nov. 10, 1985), 1986). CELIBIDACHE, Munich PO

GA4 40 S (4) Mozart: Violin Concerto #5 (SPIVAKOV); Clarinet Concerto (SCHMIDL); Symphonies #29, 40, Vienna PO (1984-8)

GA4 41 S (4) Beethoven: Sonatas #30-32 (April, 1998); Sonata #29 (Aug. 1, 1999); Schoenberg: Piano Pieces, Opp. 19 K. 478 (ACCARDO QT.) POLLINI

GA4 42 S (4) Beethoven: Sonatas #13 1990); Liszt: Sonata; Schubert: Sonatas #18 1986). POLLINI

GA4 43 S (4) Schubert: Sonatas #18 (March 3, 1988), 20 (Aug. 1998), 19 1985); Beethoven: Sonatas #12, 23, 24, Op. 119 (Aug. 22, 1989). POLLINI

GA4 44 S (4) Mozart: Concertos #21, 27 (CHAILLY, Concertgebouw O. Dec. 20, 1990), Vienna PO, Feb. 4, 1990); Beethoven: Concerto #4 (ABBADO, Vienna PO, Feb. 24, 1987); Brahms: Concerto #1 (ABBADO, Berlin PO, Aug. 29, 1995); Concerto #2 (MAAZEL,Vienna PO, May 15, 1983). POLLINI

GA4 45 S (4) Haydn: Symphony #88 (March 24, 1977); Mozart: Symphonies #34 (March 21, 1977), 39-41 (Sept. 14, 1976); Beethoven: Symphony #4 (Sept. 15, 1973); Schubert: Symphonies #2 (Oct. 10, 1977) 1978). BOHM, Vienna PO

GA4 46 S (4) Beethoven: Concerto #5 (GILELS); Tchaikovsky: Symphony #4 (CzechPO, Aug. 8, 1971); Mozart: Symphony #29; Strauss: Don Juan; Brahms: Symphony #1 (Zurich Tonhalle O. July 2, 1974). BOHM

GA4 47 S (4) Bruckner: Symphonies #5 (Dec. 12, 1977), 8 (Aug. 28, 1975), 1976). KARAJAN, Berlin PO

GA4 48 S (4) Bruckner: Symphonies #4 (April 19, 1975) 1975); Mahler: Symphonies #5 (Aug. 28, 1973) 1977). KARAJAN, Berlin PO

GA4 49 S (4) Beethoven: Symphonies #3, 4, 7 (June 1970), 5, 6 (June 9, 1970) REYNOLDS, HOLLWEG, BERRY, June 14, 1970). KARAJAN, Berlin PO

GA4 5 S (4) Beethoven: Symphony #9 (NIELSEN, KYVER, COLE, HALE); Brahms: Symphony #1; Debussy: La Mer. SOLTI, Vienna PO (1990-92). Shostakovich: Symphonies #5 Berlin PO (1993/4)

GA4 50 S (4) Vivaldi: The 4 Seasons (Aug, 27, 1984); Brahms: Violin Concerto (Aug. 16, 1981); Tchaikovsky: Concerto (Aug. 15, 1985) (MUTTER); Symphonies #4 (Aug. 15, 1985) 1984). KARAJAN, Vienna PO

GA4 51 (4) Schubert: Symphony #5; Schumann: Symphonies #2 Stuttgart RSO (1953-60)

GA4 52 (4) Haydn: Symphony #88; Schubert: Symphony #8; Wagner: Tristan Berlin PO, NDR SO, Munich PO (1950s-63)

GA4 53 (4) Schubert: Symphonies #5 Vienna PO (1978-9)

GA4 54 S (4) Beethoven: Symphonies #3, 4, 6, 7, WINKLER). KARAJAN, Vienna Singverein, Berlin PO (1975-78)

GA4 55 S (4) Berg: Violin Concerto (AMOYAL); Brahms: Symphony #2; Bartok: Piano Concerto #3 (DUCHABLE); Strauss: Metamorphosen; Stravinsky: Symphony of Psalms; Mozart: Divertimento #17; Symphony #29; Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique. KARAJAN, BPO (1981-87)

GA4 56 S (4) Brahms: Symphony #1; Mussorgsky-Ravel: Pictures; Tippett: Midsummer Marriage—Ritual Dances; Debussy: Iberia; Ravel: Mother Goose; works of Prokofiev, Brahms, London PO (April, 1980)

GA4 57 S (4) Strauss: Death J. Strauss, Munich PO (w. rehearsals, Oct. 1986)

GA4 58 S (4) Beethoven: Violin Concerto (TENNSTEDT); Mendelssohn: Concerto; Tchaikovsky: Concerto (PREVIN); Sibelius: Concerto (RATTLE); Bartok: Concerto #1 (CHAILLY); Concerto #2 (LEVINE); Stravinsky: Concerto (MAAZEL). CHUNG (in all, 1971-86)

GA4 59 S (4) Schubert: 3 Klavierstucke; Sonata #14; Schumann: Gesang der Fruhe; Fantasie in C; Arabeske; Mozart: Adagio in b; Chopin: Polonaise-Fantaisie; Sonata #3; Barcarolle; Ballade #1; Berceuse; Scherzo #1; Bartok: Out of Doors; Schoenberg: 6 Klavierstucke; Berg: Sonata; Webern: Variations; Stravinsky: 3 Movements from Petrouchka. POLLINI (1979-90)

GA4 6 S (4) Beethoven: Symphonies #3 1994); Mozart: Requiem (McNAIR, STUTZMANN, TROST, MILES, Jan. 30, 1996); Brahms: German Requiem (BONNEY, SCHMIDT, June 22, 1987). GIULINI, Vienna PO

GA4 60 S (4) Chopin: Concerto #2; Mozart: Concerto #27; Brahms: Concertos #1 Berlin PO, Vienna PO); Schumann: Concerto (CHAILLY); Schubert: Sonata #29 (?). POLLINI (1973-86)

GA4 61 S (4) Mozart: Flute Concerto #1 (RITTER); Bruckner: Symphony #6; Schumann: Piano Concerto (OPPITZ); Mussorgsky-Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition; Haydn: Symphony #76; Oboe Concerto (VAN DER MERVE); Bach: Violin Concerto #1 (GREUTER); Mozart: Concerto #27 (ZACHARIAS). WAND, NDR SO (1988-95)

GA4 62 S (4) Schubert: Symphony #9; Bruckner: Symphonies #4 Cologne RSO, Bavarian RSO, NDR SO (1980s-99)

GA4 63 S (4) Schubert: Symphony #9; Bruckner: Symphony #8; Wagner: Tristan Vienna PO (1992-4)

GA4 64 S (4) Beethoven: Quartet #14; Symphony #5; Tchaikovsky: Symphony #5; Shostakovich: Symphony #5. BERNSTEIN, Vienna PO (1978); Boston SO (1974-9)

GA4 65 S (4) Shostakovich: Symphony #9; Blacher: Concertante Musik; Martinu: Violin Concerto #1; Mahler: Symphony #1; Beethoven: Coriolan Overture; Berg: Violin Concerto (SCHNEIDERHAN); Strauss: Tod Meklenburgisch Staatskapelle (1960s), NDR SO (1977-92) (+ rehearsal exc.)

GA4 66 S (4) Beethoven: Creatures of Prometheus; Symphony #3 (2000); Hindemith: Mathis der Maler; Schumann: Symphony #4; Bruckner: Symphony #2 (1991); Strauss: Ein Heldenleben (1998). STEIN, Berlin German SO, Vienna PO, Bamberg SO

GA4 67 S (4) Bruckner: Symphonies #4 Berlin PO (1995-2000)

GA4 68 S (4) Rachmaninov: Symphony #2; Cerha: Impulse; Beethoven: Symphony #4; Vaughan Williams: Tallas Fantasy; Mozart: Divertimento #11; Symphony #29; Previn: Diversions; Orff: Carmina Burana (BONNEY, GAMBILL, MICHAEL-MOORE). PREVIN, Vienna PO (1992-3)

GA4 69 S (4) Bruckner: Symphony #3 (1996); Mahler: Symphonies #1 LUDWIG) (1993). MAAZEL, Vienna PO

GA4 7 S (4) Bruckner: Symphonies #3 (Jan. 1970), 4, 6, Bavarian RSO

GA4 70 S (4) Bruckner: Symphony #4; Mahler: Symphonies #4 (DENNING, s) NDR SO (1999-2001)

GA4 8 S (4) Beethoven: Concerto #4 (ARRAU); Symphony #5 (1976); Schumann: Symphony #2 (1980s); Brahms: Symphony #3 (Nov. 24, 1978); Bartok: MUSPAC (1983); Schubert: Symphony #9 (June 30, 1987). BERNSTEIN, Bavarian RSO

GA4 9 S (4) Haydn: Symphony #103; Stravinsky: Firebird Suite (May 9, 1977); Mozart: Symphony #41 (June 9, 1980); Mahler: Symphony #2 (MATHIS, SOFFEL, Sept. 29, 1980); Beethoven: Violin Concerto (KREMER, Dec. 1980). TENNSTEDT, N. German RSO

Great Opera Performances

66.318 (2) Puccini: Manon Lescaut. TEBALDI, DEL MONACO, CORENA, BORRIELLO; MOLINARI PRADELLI, St. Cecilia Academy Cho. 1954)

66.327 (2) Bizet: Carmen. SIMIONATO, CARTERI, DI STEFANO, ROUX; KARAJAN, La Scala (Jan. 18, 1955)

Guild

GHCD 2309/10 (2) Verdi: Falstaff. RESNIK, ALBANESE, ELMO, LIPTON, DI STEFANO, WARREN, VALDENGO; REINER, Met. Opera (Feb. 26, 1949) (w. Milton Cross commentary)

GHCD 2317/8 (2) Gluck: Orfeo NOVOTNA, M. FARELL, DICKEY; LEINSDORF, Met. Opera (Jan. 20, 1940), + THORBORG interview Guest, Ireland, Vaughan Williams, C. Harris, Britten, Faure, Parry, Nares, Poston, Brahms, Stanford, Haydn, Chapel Choir of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea (Remembrance Choir of Lincoln College Oxford. Texts

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Hanging Brains Music

UM0006 D UMPHREY’S McGEE: Anchor Drops

Hanssler Classic

98.976 D (5) Bach: Christmas Oratorio; Easter Oratorio; Cantata #11. AUGER, HAMARI, SCHREIER, HUTTENLOCHER, et al; RILLING, Gachinger Kantorei PADMORE, BOSSERT, MALTMANN, LUKAS, HARTMANN; NORRINGTON, SWR Vocal Ens. Stuttgart RSO. Text

CD 98.934 D Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto; Brahms: Concerto. D. SITKOVETSKY; MARRINER, Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields

Harmonia Mundi

HMC 901427/9 S (3) Monteverdi: Il Ritorno d’Ulisse in Patria. FINK, HOGMAN, HUNT, VISSE, PREGARDIEN, TUCKER, THOMAS; JACOBS, Concerto Vocale. Libretto

HMC 901432 S Falla: 7 Popular Spanish Songs; Psyche (DE LOS ANGELES); Harpsichord Concerto (VIDAL); El gran teatro del mundo. PONS, Tatre Lliure CO. BMG club edition. Texts

HMC 901815 D Mozart: Sonatas, K. 282 K. 475; Variations, K. 455. STAIER (fortepiano)

HMC 901845 D Liszt: Sonata; piano music. P. LEWIS

HMC 901855 D Monteverdi: Scherzi musicali. KIEHR, MacLEOD; AYMES, Concerto Soave. Texts

HMC 901871 D Bach: Italian Concerto; Concertos after Vivaldi, A. RIAS ChamberCho

HMC 901877/8 D (2) Handel: Saul. JOSHUA, E. BELL, ZAZZO, OVENDEN, SLATTERY, BJARNASON, WADDINGTON, SAKS; JACOBS, RIAS Chamber Cho. Concerto Koln. FS. Text

HMC 901891 D Mozart: Symphonies #35 Prague Philharmonia. FS

HMI 987048 D Brahms: Clarinet Quintet (TOKYO QT.); Clarinet Trio (COLOM, CLARET). LLUNA (clar)

HMI 987064 D La Cantata espanola en America. BANZO, Al Ayre Espanol. FS. Texts

HMT 7907093 S Telemann: Concerto in a for recorder VERBRUGGEN (recorder); HUGGETT, O. of the Age of Enlightenment

HMU 907155 D Bach: Violin Concertos. MANZE (vln PODGER, Academy of AncientMusic

HMU 907327 D The Origin of Fire: Music FRETWORK. Texts

HMU 907391 D Works of Augustinas, Gudmundsen-Holmgren, Saariaho, Mazulis, E. Bergman, Martinaitis, Tuur, Estonian Phil. Chamber cho. (Baltic Voices 3). Texts

Helios

CDH55082 D Beethoven: Diabelli Variations. KINDERMAN

CDH55088 D Victorian Concert Overtures of MacFarren, Pierson, Sullivan, Corder, Elgar, Parry, English Northern Philharmonia

CDH55131 D Scharwenka: Sonata #1; piano music (Vol. 1). S. TANYEL

CDH55132 D Scharwenka: Sonata #2; piano music (Vol. 2). S. TANYEL

CDH55133 D Scharwenka: Piano music (Vol. 3). S. TANYEL

CDH55134 D Scharwenka: Piano music (Vol. 4). S. TANYEL

CDH88028 S Baroque Christmas Music of Telemann, Purcell, Valentini, Torelli, Northwest CO of Seattle

Herald

HAPVCD 191 D A sound came from heaven (religious choral works). WALSH, Choir of Wellington Cathedral

History

204557 308 (2) Dvorak: Symphony #7; Suk: Serenade. TALICH, Czech PO (1938). Haydn: Symphony #88; Brahms: Symphony #3; works of Brahms Vienna PO (1929-40)

Holden

CD 003 D Music of the Past Harvard Glee Club. Texts

Honest Entertainment

HON CD 5010 D Works of Uccellini, Matteis, Locke, Simpson, Blow, Marini, Geminiani, Op. 24. CSENGERY (s), KELLER (vln). OP. Texts

Hunt Productions

HUNTCD 531 (2) Bellini: Il Pirata. CALLAS, FERRARO, EGO, PETERSON, WATSON, SARFATY; RESCIGNO, American Opera Society (June 27, 1959). The same—finale. CALLAS; RESCIGNO, Concertgebouw O. (July 11, 1959). OP. Italian libretto

HUNTCD 551 (2) Catalani: Loreley. SULIOTIS, TALARICO, CECCHELE, CAPPUCCILLI, FERRIN; GAVAZZENI, La Scala (Feb. 13, 1968). OP

Hybrid Recordings

HY 20040 D ASSEMBLY OF DUST: The Honest Hour

Hyperion

CDA66163 S Glinka: Grand Sextet in Eb; Rimsky-Korsakov: Piano Quintet. CAPRICORN

CDA66165 D Songs of Haydn, Schubert, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Berlioz, Borodin, Wolf, Ives, Faure, Debussy, Britten, Ireland, et al (The Sea). WALKER (ms), ALLEN (b), VIGNOLES (pf). Texts

CDA66292 D Faure: Requiem; Messe Basse; choral works. BEST, Corydon Singers, English CO. Texts

CDA66293 D Britten: Piano Concerto; Khachaturian: Concerto. SERVADEI; GIUNTA, London PO

CDA66396 D Hummel: Septets, Opp. 74 Choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral. Texts

CDA66441/3 D (3) Shostakovich: 24 Preludes English Northern Philharmonia

CDA66761/2 D (2) Beethoven-Liszt: Septet; Hummel-Liszt: Septet (+ Liszt transcriptions). HOWARD (Vol. 24)

CDA66785 D Virtuoso Strauss Transcriptions. LANE (pf)

CDA66820 D Parry: Piano Concerto in F#; Stanford: Concerto #1, in G. LANE; BRABBINS, BBC Scottish SO

CDA66833 D Glazunov: Sonata #1; piano music (Vol. 1). COOMBS

CDA66844 S Glazunov: Piano music (Vol. 2). COOMBS

CDA66855 D Glazunov: Preludes Vol. 3)

CDA66860 D Handel: Arias Brandenburg Consort. Texts

CDA66866 D Glazunov: Sonata #2; piano music (Vol. 4). COOMBS

CDA66916 D Passiontide at St. Paul’s: A sequence of music for Lent, Passiontide Choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral

CDA66995 D Liszt: Piano music (Vol. 36) (Excelsior! Op. 5, #3, 4, 6, 10, Op. 9—Nos. 2, 3, 6, DEVOYON

CDA67344 D Bach Piano Transcriptions 3 (Friedman, Grainger, Murdoch). LANE

CDA67348 D Pierne: Piano Concerto in c (COOMBS); Poeme symphonique; Fantaisie-Ballet; Scherzo-Caprice. CORP, BBC Scottish SO

CDA67389 D Karlowicz: Violin Concerto; Moszkowski: Ballade in g; Concerto. LITTLE; BRABBINS, BBC Scottish SO

CDA67399 D Szymanowski: 12 Mazurkas, Op. 50; 4 Polish Dances; piano music. HAMELIN

CDA67448 D Suk: Piano Quartet, Op. 1; Piano Quintet, Op. 8; 4 Pieces. NASH ENS

CDA67468 D (2) Bach-Feinberg: Transcriptions. ROSCOE

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I.R.TE.M

DDS 988 S (2) Paisielli: Gli Astrologi Immaginari. RINALDI, UDOVICH, MONTARSOLO, BOYER; RIGACCI (Siena, Sept. 6, 1966). Italian libretto

IBS

IBS 1022 D Britten: Friday Afternoons; songs of Purcell, Stanford, Hughes, Reeves, J. GINSBURG (pf), et al (An Afternoon of Treble). OP. Texts

IMP

PCD 852 D Mozart: Clarinet Concerto. CAMPBELL. Concerto for Flute MASTERS; HICKOX, City of London Sinfonia. OP

IMP Classics

DPCD 910 D (2) Mahler: Symphony #2. VALENTE, FORRESTER; KAPLAN, London SO, cho’s. Booklets

PCD 1001 D Hindemith: 5 Pieces, Op. 44; Barber: Adagio; Britten: Simple Symphony; Warlock: Capriol Suite; works of Puccini European Community CO. OP

PCD 1028 D Bartok: Suites #1 Hungarian Nat’l PO. OP

PCD 1064 D The Best of British Song. E. RITCHIE (s), PURVIS (pf). OP

PCD 1077 D Works of Elgar, Vaughan Williams, Stanford, Rutter, Britten, Holst, Tippett, Nat’l Youth Chamber Choir. OP

PCD 987 D The Best of Classical Song. E. RITCHIE (s), PURVIS (pf), SOAMES (clar). OP. Texts

IMP Masters

MCD 65 D NETTLE Bax, Finzi, Vaughan Williams, Berkeley, Cambridge U. Chamber Cho

INA memoire vive

262006 S Tournemire: Poeme mystique; Sagasse (PLANTEY, t); Sonate-Poeme (ERLIH,vln); Musique Orante (ORTF QT.) PUIG-ROGET (pf, in all)

Ingesunds Strakorkester

IMH CD 9509 P D Palmqvist: Varmlandsvisan; Mozart: Divertimento, K. 136; Grieg: Holberg Suite; works of Sibelius Ingesunds Strakorkester (live perf. 1995). Private CD in blank box

Innova

408 D (2) Brant: Northern Lights Over the Twin Cities. Macalester College Combined Musical Forces. A Plan of the Air. BRENTZEL, BRANT, U. of Wisconsin, River Falls, Symphony Band

603 D D. Crumb: Harmonia Mundi; The Whisperer; Patterson: New World Landscapes. QUATTRO MANI. Gamer: Organum. GRACE (pf), COLSON (perc)

606 D Schwantner: Sparrows; Chenoweth: Candles; Wernick: A Poison Tree; Doppmann: Spring Songs. SHELTON (s), 20th CENTURY CONSORT. Texts

609 D Ryan: Original Blend; Capacity 49; Blurred; Drive. BILLBAND

612 D J. Beck: State of the Union; Sinfonietta; Death of a Little Girl with Doves (DUPOIS, s). TREVOR, Slovak RSO

613 D Shatin: Akhmatova Songs (SHELTON, s); Dreamtigers (ZITO, gtr); View from Mt. Nebo; chamber works. DA CAPO CHAMBER PLAYERS

621 D Child: Concertino; Schuller: Song vln); Robison: The Congress of the Insomniacs; Ziporyn: Drill (ZIPORYN, clar). HARRIS, MIT Wind Ens

624 D M. Smith: Symphony 8 in 4 movements; Symphony 4 in 5 movements. M. SMITH (all parts.) Zeitgeist. ZEITGEIST

627 D Moran: Open Veins (BALANESCU, vln); Desert of Roses—exc. (J. WEST, s). PIANO CIRCUS. 32 Cryptograms for Derek Jarman. SOUND AFFAIRS BAND. Stimmen des Letzten Siegels. ENS. CHRISMOS

Italian Music Company

CDI 205009 (2) Wagner: Der fliegende Hollander—exc. FLAGSTAD, JANSSEN, LORENZ, WEBER, JARRED, WILLIAMS; REINER, Royal Opera Cho. London PO. (1937). OP

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James V. Jirtle

971124 D Lift Thine Eyes: Music Through the Ages. JIRTLE (treble), LYNCH (org), LAZENBY (pf Brown Clark TERRY, et al)

Jecklin

JS 275 2 S M. Portenier (1958- ): Piano works. EBERHARD, PORTENIER (pf)

JRI Recordings

J102 D Schumann: Fantasiestucke, Op. 73; Mendelssohn: Cello Sonata #2; Debussy: Sonata; Britten: Sonata. GREEN, MOYER

Jubilate Dischi

JUB 9201 2 D G. Pedemonti: The 7 Words of Christ on the Cross; Miserere Solenne. ROCCHI (t), GIOSSI (b); GAVAZZENI, Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore Chorale, Bergamo, Bergamo CO. OP. Texts

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Karl Bohm Fun Club 1977); Mozart: Symphonies #34 (March 21, 1979), 39, 1976). BOHM, Berlin PO

WALL 7002/3 S (2) Brahms: Symphony #2 (March 21, 1979); Beethoven: Symphony #9 (LORENGAR, July 18, 1980). BOHM, Berlin PO

WALL 7004/5 S (2) Mozart: Symphony #33 (1971); Symphony #41; J. Strauss: Fledermaus Overture; orchestral works (June 15, 1975). BOHM, Berlin PO

WALL 7006 S Beethoven: Symphonies #2 Stuttgart RSO (Feb. 14, 1979)

WALL 7007 S Schubert: Symphony #2; Brahms: Symphony #2. BOHM, Vienna PO (Aug. 25,1976)

WALL 7008/9 S (2) Mozart: Symphonies #29, 35 (Aug. 30, 1980), 39-41 (Aug. 7, 1979).BOHM, Vienna PO

WALL 7010 S Mozart: Symphony #39; Dvorak: Symphony #9. BOHM, Vienna PO (June 8, 1979)

WALL 7011/2 S (2) Mozart: Symphony #39 (Nov. 24, 1971); Bruckner: Symphony #7 (Nov. 25, 1971); Schubert: Symphonies #2 1972). BOHM, Berlin PO

WALL 7014 S Mozart: Symphonies #40 Vienna PO (May, 1973)

WALL 7015 S Beethoven: Symphony #3. BOHM, Vienna PO (Salzburg, Aug. 22, 1973)

WALL 7016 S Beethoven: Symphony #3. BOHM, Berlin PO (Sept. 15, 1973)

WALL 7017 S Mozart: Concerto #18 (ANDA); Schubert: Symphony #2. BOHM, Vienna PO (Aug. 25, 1974/May 23, 1977)

WALL 7018 S Mozart: Requiem. DONATH, MAYER, SOTIN, OCHMAN; BOHM, Vienna PO (Salzburg, Jan. 27, 1975)

WALL 7019 S Schubert: Mass #6. SCHREIER, W. BERRY, KRENN; BOHM, Vienna Hofmusikkappelle (July 8, 1976)

WALL 7020/2 S (3) Mozart: Don Giovanni. TOMOWA-SINTOW, MILNES, PREY; BOHM, Vienna St. Opera (Salzburg, Aug. 13, 1978)

WALL 7023/5 S (3) Mozart: Cosi fan Tutte. JANOWITZ, FASSBAENDER, PREY; BOHM, ViennaPO (Salzburg, July 27, 1972)

WALL 7026 S Schubert: Symphony #9. BOHM, Vienna PO (June 19, 1977)

WALL 7027/9 S (3) Beethoven: Symphonies #2, 5, 6, Vienna PO (1977/80)

KlangRaume

30 102 D Works of Schutz, Buxtehude, Bruhns, G. Mauersberger, Britten, Dvorak, Hindemith, Wolf, Brahms, Schlewsig-Holstein Youth Cho

Klavier

KCD 11017 S (2) Britten: War Requiem; Stravinsky: Symphony of Psalms (DIGITAL). ALTMEYER, LAWRENCE, SELLS; HALL, William Hall Chorale William Hall Master Chorale, All-American Boys Cho

Koch

3 1256 2 D Britten: Missa brevis; Poulenc: Litanies a la Vierge noire; Segarra: Salve Regina; works of Julia (2), Brahms (2), Monteverdi (2), Escolania de Montserrat

3 7047 2 D Bolcom: Casino Paradise. BARRETT, American Music Theater Festival Ens. OP

3 7177 2 D Harrison: Mass to St. Anthony; Part: Berliner Mass. SEELEY, Oregon Repertory Singers. OP

KIC CD 7545 D Harbison: Motetti di Montale. FELTY, LATTIMORE (ms); HOOSE, Collage New Music. Texts

Koch Schwann

3 1043 2 D Britten: Rejoice in the Lamb; Kodaly: Laudes Organi; works of Mendelssohn HOLZL, JELOSITS, KENDA; PRINZ, W.U. Chor Wien. Texts

3 1484 2 D Haydn: Overtures (Vol. 2). HUSS, Haydn Sinfonietta Wien (period inst.) OP

3 1723 2 D Haydn: Overtures (Vol. 1). HUSS, Haydn Sinfonietta Wien (period inst.)

313 038 D (2) O.G. Blarr (1934-). Jesus-Passion. PARRIS, HEINKE (s), LERER (a), GIFFORD (t), KIRSCHENBERG, MOLSBERGER (bs); BLARR, cho’s, Neander Sinf. et al. OP. 4 language text

314 030 D (2) Henze: El Cimarron. YODER (b), FAUST (fl), EVERS (gtr), ARDELEANU(perc). OP. Text

Koch Schwann Musica Mundi

314 014 D (2) Szymanowski: King Roger. ZAGORZANKA, RACEWICZ, SKULSKI, KOWALSKIM, NIKODEM, OSTAPIUK; SATANOWSKI, Warsaw Opera. OP. German-English libr

Kontrapunkt

32101/2 D (2) Britten: Cello Sonata (SALO, pf); 3 Suites; Tema Sacher. DINITZEN

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Lammas

LAMM 019D D A Celebration of British Cathedral Music, Vol. 1. TANNER, Choirs of All Saints, Northampton

LaserLight

15 626 D Beethoven: Concertos #1 Sofia PO

Legacy International

CD 439 S Cage TUDOR. OP

Legato Classics

LCD 108 Donizetti: Roberto Devereux—exc.; CABALLE, MARSEE, CARRERAS, SARDINERO; RUDEL (live, 1977). OP

LCD 134 (2) Bellini: La Straniera. CABALLE, CASONI, ZAMBON, SARDINERO, GUADAGNO (N.Y. March 26, 1969). Strauss: 4 Last Songs. CABALLE (1969, no other credits). OP

LCD 227 (2) Puccini: La Fanciulla del West. FRAZZONI, CORELLI, GOBBI; VOTTO, La Scala (1956). OP

Les Genies du Classique

CLA CD 204 S Britten: Young Person’s Guide. MARGARITOF, Bulgarian CO. Simple Symphony. ALMEDIA, Monte-Carlo Opera O. 6 Metamorphoses. PAROLARI (ob). OP. No booklet

Linn

CKD 100 D Works of Rebel, Le Moine, Marais, Peninsula Women’sCho

Lucky Ball NBC SO (1939)

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Malibran-Music

CDRG 109 Wagner: Lohengrin—exc.; Die Walkure—exc. (MULLER, VOLKER); Siegfried—exc. (LORENZ, ZIMMERMANN); Flying Dutchman Overture. TIETJEN, Bayreuth Festival Cho. org); Mediaeval Poem (LILLY, s); Pageant. CRAIGHEAD; WELSH, Fairfield O

Marquis Classics

ERAD 185 D Britten: Canticles; Purcell-Britten: 3 Divine Hymns. ALDEBURGH CONNECTION. Texts

Masters Classic

3842132 D Bartok: For Children—exc. NAGY (gtr). Piano Concerto #2. JENNER; PANTELLI, Philharmonia Slavonica. Rumanian Folk Dances. HRDJOK (vln), ens

MCA Classics

MCAD2 9808 S (2) Mozart: Symphonies #1-15. LEINSDORF, Royal PO. OP. No slipcase

MD+G

L 3307/8 D (2) Hummel: 7 Trios. TRIO PARNASSUS

MDG Gold

MDG 337 1203 2 D Shostakovich: Symphony #7, Leningrad. KOFMAN, Beethoven O. Bonn. FS. COH

Mediaphon

MED 72.144 D Works of Fiocco, Pachelbel, Mozart, Bach, Dvorak, Boccherini, Grieg, Elgar, Puccini, Britten, Reger, Rachmaninov, Stuttgart CO (Romanza)

Melodiya

74321 29350 2 S (3) Prokofiev: War ARKHIPOVA, VERBITSKAYA, PETROV, VLASSOV, MASLENNIKOV, VEDERNIKOV; MELIK-PASHAYEV, Bolshoi. OP. Libretto

74321 60318 2 D (2) Prokofiev: Betrothal in a Monastery. SERGIENKO, BORISOVA, MASLENNIKOV, REDKIN; LAZAREV, Bolshoi. OP. Summary

Melodram

MEL 28031 (2) Beethoven: Symphonies #2 NBC SO. OP

Memories

HR 4285/6 (2) Cimarosa: Le Astuzie Femminili. SCIUTTI, ALVA, BRUSCANTINI; ROSSI, Scarlatti Cho. 1959). OP. Libretto

Metier

MSV CD92074 D Donatoni: 2 Pieces; W.O. Smith: Variatnts; Erber: Strange Moments ofIntimacy; works of Uduman, Causton, Dillon, Romano, Sciarrino, ELLIOTT (s)

MMG

MCD 10005 D Vaughan Williams: Serenade to Music; Elgar: Serenade; Britten: Serenade (HIRST, t; KUYPER, horn). KLEIN, N.Y. Virtuosi Chamber Symphony. OP

Mobile Fidelity

MFCD 781 S Franck: Violin Sonata; Faure: Sonata #1. DELMONI, VAS. OP

mode

mode 137 D Eckart: After Serra; A Glimpse Retraced (NONKEN, pf); Polarities. MILARSKY, Ensemble 21. Tangled Loops. SULLIVAN (sax), NONKEN (pf). FS

mode 92 D Scelsi: Sonatas #2 Ttai. BESSETTE (Piano Works, Vol. 1)

Mondo Musica

MFOH 10161 S (2) Donizetti: Roberto Devereux. CABALLE, D’ANNA, LONDI, RAIMONDI; BARTOLETTI, Teatro La Fenice, Venice (1972). Summary

MFON 20121 S (3) Paisiello: Il Re Teodoro in Venezia. COGNET, KALE, BARAZIA, PREVIATI; KARABTCHEVSKY, Teatro La Fenice (live, 1998). Italian libretto

Move

MO 3104 D Bach: Motet, BWV 230; Byrd: Mass for 4 Voices; Britten: 5 Flower Songs; A Ceremony of Carols. LAWRENCE, Choir of Ormond College. Australian issue

MSR Classics

MS 1095 D Masters, Monsters, Rimple, Young). Texts

Mulatta

MUL 010 D Soldier: A Soldier’s Story. VONNEGUT, P. SCHAAP (narr), EMERSON, HOUGHAM, PAULEY; R.A. CLARK, ens. The Apotheosis of John Brown. McCAULEY (narr), KORTES, DAVOY, WHITE, HIGH; R.A. CLARK, Manhattan CO

Music BRAUN, HOTTER, KUNZ; KRAUSS (Salzburg Festival, 1942) (+ 1942 Salzburg performances by MENGELBERG, KRAUSS, SPEISER, GALE; LEPPARD (1982 STEREO). Purcell: Dido LAWRENSEN, SINCLAIR; BRITTEN (1962)

CD 603 D Barber: Cello Sonata; Harris: Duo ((J. HARRIS, pf) (ANALOG); J.C. Cooper: 3 Meditations; Reale: Sonata. KING (cello), JENSEN (pf)

Musical Heritage Society

513754 D Humperdinck: Konigskinder—Suite; Sleeping Beauty; Hansel Bamberg SO

514783 D Gliere: 4 Overtures; Concert Waltz; Ballad (DIXON, cello); Heroic March. SINAISKY, BBC PO

524314 S (2) Britten: Ceremony of Carols; Festival Te Deum; Rejoice in the Lamb; Christmas Hymns Shaw Chorale, et al

525434 D (2) Britten: Orchestral song cycles. LOTT, BRYN-JULSON (s), MURRAY (ms), LANGRIDGE (t); BEDFORD, English CO, Northern Sinfonia. Texts

5379317 D (3) Mozart: Works for 2 pianos Salamone Rossi, Morton Gould, Billy Joel, David Amram LEON-COHEN (pf). FS

Mutablemusic

17504 2 S BIG BLACK: Ethnic Fusion (tumbas w. Anthony WHEATON, gtr)

17518 2 D GAME/NO GAME: 21 Improvisations (perc Accentus ChamberCho. Chamber Symphony #1. NOTT, Ensemble InterContemporain

Nautilus

NR56 DIDZ 10012 D Mozart: Serenade in Bb, K. 361. M. MOYSE (cond), Marlboro Alumni Ens. (all-star wind ens). Not identical with Moyse’s Marlboro/CBS recording. OP

Naxos

8.550142 D Kodaly: Hary Janos Suite; Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsodies #1, 2, Hungarian St. O. (Hungarian Festival)

8.550255 D Beethoven: Sonata #15; 3 Sonatas, WoO 47; Sonatinas in G Capella Istropolitana

8.550583 D Rachmaninov: Symphonic Dances; The Isle of the Dead. BATIZ, Royal PO

8.550601 D Lawes: Royal Consorts in d HERRINGMAN, MILLER (lute ROSE CONSORT OF VIOLS

8.550657 D Haydn: Sonatas #59-62. JANDO (Vol. 1)

8.550844 D Haydn: Sonatas #42-47 (Vol. 2). JANDO

8.550845 D Haydn: Sonatas #53-56, 58; Andante KOHN (pf). Lovely!

8.553173 D Charpentier: Mess des morts a quatre voix; choral works. NIQUET, Le Concert Spirituel. FS

8.553285 D C.P.E. Bach: 6 Symphonies, Wq. 182. C. BENDA, Capella Istropolitana

8.553364 D Haydn: Sonatas #20, 30-32 (Vol. 6). JANDO

8.553416 D Mendelssohn: Concertos for 2 Pianos. FRITH, TINNEY; O’DUINN, RET Sinfonietta

8.553525 D Bax: Symphony #1; In the Faery Hills; The Garden of Fand. LLOYD-JONES,Royal Scottish Nat’l O

8.553608 D Bax: Symphony #3; The Happy Forest. LLOYD-JONES, Royal Scottish Nat’l O

8.553800 D Haydn: Sonatas #29, 33-35 (Vol. 7). JANDO

8.553824 D Haydn: Sonatas #1-10 (Vol. 1). JANDO

8.553825 D Haydn: Sonatas #11-16, 18. JANDO (Vol. 8)

8.553826 D Haydn: Sonatas #17, 19, Moscow SO

8.553907 D Nielsen: Quartets, Opp. 14 Royal Scottish Nat’l O

8.554173 D Dvorak: Serenade; Enescu: Dixtuor; Janacek: Mladi. OSLO PHIL. WINDS

8.554509 D Bax: Symphony #5; The Tale the Pine-Trees Knew. LLOYD-JONES, Royal Scottish Nat’l O

8.554721 D Enescu: Quartets #1 Saul, Ayala, Guastavino, Falu, Royal Scottish Nat’l O

8.555850 D Giuliani: Sonata Eroica; guitar works (Vol. 2). TAMAYO

8.555996 D Ysaye: 6 Violin Sonatas, Op. 27. KALER. FS

8.557090 D Balada: Hangman, Hangman!; The Town of Greed (1-act operas). PEARCE, Carnegie Mellon Contemporary Ens. (+ many singers)

8.557098 D Bayer: Die Puppenfee; Sonne und Erde. MOGRELIA, Slovak RSO

8.557143 D Delius: 3 Small Tone Poems; orchestral works. LLOYD-JONES, Royal Scottish Nat’l O

8.557144 D Bax: Symphony #6; Into the Twilight; Summer Music. LLOYD-JONES, Royal Scottish Nat’l O

8.557145 D Bax: Tintagel; Symphony #7. LLOYD-JONES, Royal Scottish Nat’l O

8.557205 D Britten: Simple Symphony; Temporal Variations (DANIEL, ob); A Charm ofLullabies (WYN-ROGERS, ms); Lachrymae (DUKES, vla); Suite on English Folk Tunes. BEDFORD, Northern Sinfonia

8.557217 D Works of Glinka, Dvorak, Lanner, J. Strauss, Brahms, Suppe, Sibelius, Swedish CO (New Year’s Concert). Swedish issue. FS

8.557481 D Weill: Symphonies #1 Bournemouth SO

8.559031 D Adams: Short Ride on a Fast Machine; The Wound-Dresser (GUNN, b); Berceuse elegiaque; Shaker Loops. ALSOP, Bournemouth SO

8.559130 D Steven MAYER: Art Tatum Improvisations

New Voices Singles

CNVS 001 D R. Sirota: triptych. CHIARA STRING QT. 25 disc

New World

80266 2 S The Golden Age of the American March. GOLDMAN, COX, Goldman Band

80469 2 D Muhal Richard ABRAMS: One Line, Two Views

80573 2 D Dickman: The Music of Eric Zann; songs. BUCKNER. Indian Wells. KUBERA (pf) (etc.). Texts

80588 2 D (2) Bolcom: A View from the Bridge. JOSEPHSON, MALFITANO, TURAY, RAMBALDI, NOLEN, McCROWY; DAVIES, Lyric Opera of Chicago (from 1999 premiere performances). Libretto

80610 2 D B. Anderson: March Swale; Pennroyal Swale; January Swale; Rosemary Swale; New Mexico Swale; The Angel; Piano Concerto (KUBERA). RUBIO QT.; SCHNEIDER, ens. (in last 3)

80615 2 D Mackey: Heavy Light; Micro-Concerto; Indigenous Instruments. MOSAIC. COH

NW 340/1 2 D (2) Bernstein: Candide. MILLS, EISLER, LANKSTON; MAUCERI, N.Y. City Opera. Text

Newport Classic

NCD 60171 D (3) Beethoven: Sonatas #1-10. LIPKIN. FS

NCD 60172 D (3) Beethoven: Sonatas #11-22. LIPKIN. FS

NPD 85514 D The Treble Boys: Wonder Solos VANDYCK. COH

Nightingale Classics

NC 004022 D (3) Rossini: Il Barbiere di Siviglia. GRUBEROVA, LAGHEZZA, FLOREZ, CHERNOV, SERRA, D’ARTEGNA; WEIKERT, Munich RSO, Bavarian Radio Cho. (live, 1997). COH. Summary

NC 040252 2 D Songs of Rubinstein, Dargomyzhsky, Tchaikovsky, Franck, Gounod (2), Martini, Flegier, Guinand, Georges, Ibert, Bellini (2), Gluck, Haider (pf) (A Diletta)

NC 070660 2 D Children’s Songs of the World. GRUBEROVA, ens

Nimbus

NI 5025 D Britten: Variations on a Theme by Bridge; Simple Symphony; Lachrymae (BEST, vla); Prelude English String O

NI 5068 D Butterworth: A Shropshire Lad; 2 English Idylls; Banks of Green Willow; Parry: Lady Radnor’s Suite; Bridge: Suite for Strings. BOUGHTON, English String O. OP

NI 5141 D Mendelssohn: String Symphonies #1-6. BOUGHTON, English String O

NI 5191 D Vaughan Williams: Quartets #1 vla). MEDICI QT

NI 5295 D Britten: Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra; Peter Grimes—Sea Interludes; Gloriana—Courtly Dances; Suite on English Folk Tunes. BOUGHTON, English SO

NI 5496 D Christmas from Lichfield. LUMSDEN, Choir of Lichford Cathedral

NMI 7017 D Britten: Young Person’s Guide; 4 Sea Interludes; Variations on a Themeof Bridge; Simple Symphony. BOUGHTON, English SO

Nine Winds

NWCD 0234 D W. Thompson: PEXO—A Soundpainting Symphony. WALTER THOMPSON ORCH

NMC

NMC D053 D Elgar-Payne: Symphony #3. A. DAVIS, BBC SO

Nonesuch

79281 2 D (2) Adams: The Death of Klinghoffer. FELTY, FRIEDMAN, NADLER, MADDALENA, HAMMONS, YOUNG, PERRY, SYLVAN; NAGANO, Lyon Opera. Libretto

79473 2 D Adams: I Was Looking at the Ceiling MAZZIE, McDONALD, McELROY, MUENZ, TEEK, YANG; ADAMS. Libretto

79696 2 D Berg: Lyric Suite (w. reconstructed vocal part). UPSHAW, KRONOS QT

79804 2 D F. Ali-Zadeh: Oasis; Apsheron Quintet (ALI-ZADEH, pf); Mugam Sayagi. KRONOS QT. Music for Piano. ALI-ZADEH

Nuova Era

6971/3 D (3) Mercadante: Il Bravo. DI DOMENICO, TABIADON, PERRY, BERTOCCHI, ANTONUCCI; APREA, Slovak Phil. Cho. O. Internazionale d’Italia. Libretto

7014/5 D (2) Cimarosa: Il Matrimonio Segreto. MAZZUCCATO, CICOGNA, BAIANO, DARA, DE SIMONE, COSOTTI; CAVALLARO, Marchigiana PO. Italian libretto

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Obligat

CD 1997 D Works of Adam, Waldteufel, Lumbye (5), Schubert, Schumann, Noack, Broberg, J. Strauss (3), Fucik, Stockholm Strauss O

Oehms Classics

OC 321 D DIE SINGPHONIKER: A Tribute to Simon DEUTSCH (pf). COH

OC 516 D Love Songs. SINGER PUR (vocal sextet). COH

OC 518 D Strauss: 9 Lieder, Op. 10; 4 letzte Lieder; 4 Lieder. JARNOT (b), DEUTSCH (pf)

OC 539 S Eder: Divertimento. SANDOZ (s); GUSCHLBAUER, Salzburg Mozarteum O. Missa est. LIND, LIPOVSEK, HOLL; HAGER, cho’s, Vienna RSO

OC 903 D (2) Schubert-Dunser: Der Graf von Gleichen. BOESCH, HORAK, SCHERRER, STERNIK; EBERLE, KormnarktChor Bregenz, Voralberg SO. COH. German libretto

OC 906 D (2) Berlioz: Requiem; La Mort de Cleopatre; Roman Carnival. URMADA (s), SABBATINI (t); DE BILLY, Vienna RSO, cho’s. Texts

Oiseau-Lyre

414 338 2 D Beethoven: Symphonies #1 Academy of Ancient Music. FS (longbox). OP

436 992 2 D Purcell: Dido KIRKBY, AINSLEY; HOGWOOD, Academy of Ancient Music Cho. RV 447, 457, 461, 463, 535, etal; HOGWOOD, Academy of Ancient Music. OP. BMG club pressing

Ondine

ODE 894 2 D The Earquake Experience (loud orchestral works.) SEGERSTAM, Helsinki PO

Onyx

ONYX 4001 D Vivaldi: 5 Violin Concertos. MULLOVA; ANTONINI, Il Giardino Armonico (period inst.) FS. COH

ONYX 4003 D Quilter: 7 Elizabethan Lyrics; Britten: On this island; songs of Griffes (3), Copland (4), Bernstein (5), MARTINEAU. FS. COH

Opera d’Oro

OPD 1156 (4) Wagner: Siegfried. FLAGSTAD, HONGEN, MOOR, SVANHOLM, MARKWORT, HERRMANN, PERNERSTORFER, L. WEBER; FURTWAENGLER, La Scala (1950)

OPD 1200 (2) Donizetti: Lucrezia Borgia. CABALLE, VANZO, PASKALIS; PERLEA (N.Y. 1965)

OPD 1303 (2) Giordano: Andrea Chenier. TEBALDI, CORELLI, BASTIANINI; MATACIC, Vienna St. Opera (June 26, 1960)

OPD 1431 (2) Strauss: Elektra. SCHLUTER, HONGEN, WELITSCH, WIDDOP, SCHOEFFLER,BEECHAM, BBC Cho. Royal PO (Oct. 26, 1947)

OPD 1437 (2) Verdi: Falstaff. CARTERI, PAGLIUGHI, TADDEI; ROSSI, RAI Turin (1950)

OPD 7006 (3) Wagner: Tannhauser. JANOWITZ, DUNN, KOLLO, W. BRENDEL; SAWALLISCH, RAI SO, Rome 1972). Libretto

Opus

9350 1773 D Britten: Simple Symphony; Janacek: Suite for Strings; Suchon: Serenade, Op. 5. WARCHAL, Slovak CO

Opus One

INBAL 01 D Beethoven: Cello Sonatas #3 L’Imperatrice.SEGEV (cello), R. BISHOP (pf). Private issue in blank jewelbox

OrganArts

OA 4001/CD Willan: Introduction, Passacaglia Bach, Clarke, Vierne, Gigout, 1941). FS

Oxingale

ATM 1229 D (HYBRID SACD) Bach: Suite #2; Machover: Begin Again Again; works fo Chopin, Paganini, Twining, Hendrix-Haimovitz, GOLAN (pf), CLARK (s)

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P2 musik

DK 20273 D Beethoven: Trio, Op. 70, #1; Shostakovich: Trio #2—finale. ESKAER TRIO. Stockhausen: Fra Tierkreis; Chatman: O Lo Velo!; Heinio. in spe. DuoDENUM. Nordentoft: 3 Studies. COPENHAGEN CHAMBER BRASS (1996 Chamber Music Competition winners)

Pandora’s Box New Philharmonia O. (1970)

CDPB 201 Beethoven: Symphonies #2 New Philharmonia O. (1970)

CDPB 202 Beethoven: Symphonies #2 New Philharmonia O. (1970)

CDPB 203 Beethoven: Symphonies #4 New Philharmonia O. (1970)

CDPB 204/5 Beethoven: Symphony #9. ZYLIS-GARA, BAKER, SHIRLEY, ADAM; KLEMPERER, New Philharmonia O. (1970)

CDPB 206 S Mozart: Symphony #29; Tchaikovsky: Symphony #6. KARAJAN, Berlin PO (May, 1988)

CDPB 207 S Mozart: Symphony #39; Brahms: Symphony #1. KARAJAN, Berlin PO

CDPB 208 S Beethoven: Symphony #4; Mussorgsky-Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition. KARAJAN, Berlin PO

CDPB 209/10 S (2) Tchaikovsky: Symphony #4 (Aug. 15, 1985); Symphony #6 (Aug. 27, 1984). KARAJAN, Vienna PO

CDPB 211 S Schumann: Piano Concerto (ZIMERMAN, Aug. 28, 1984); Symphony #4 (Aug. 15, 1988). KARAJAN, Vienna PO

CDPB 212/3 S (2) Brahms: Symphony #1; Ein Deutsches Requiem. KARAJAN, Berlin PO (Feb. 1, 1987)

CDPB 214/5 S (2) Vivaldi: The 4 Seasons (Aug. 27, 1984); Brahms: Violin Concerto (Aug. 16, 1984); Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto (Aug. 15, 1985). MUTTER; KARAJAN, Vienna PO

CDPB 216 S Mahler: Symphony #1. MAAZEL, Vienna PO (Jan. 10, 1993)

CDPB 217/8 S (2) Mahler: Symphony #2. LUDWIG; MAAZEL, Vienna PO (July 24, 1993)

CDPB 219/20 S (2) Mahler: Symphony #5; Mozart: Symphony #40. MAAZEL, Vienna PO (Dec. 1, 1991)

CDPB 221/2 S (2) Brahms: Symphony #2 (Aug. 10, 1980); Mahler: Symphony #2 (GOMEZ,HODGSON, Sept. 1, 1981). RATTLE, Philharmonia O

CDPB 223 S Mahler: Symphony #6. RATTLE, Berlin PO (Sept. 14, 1987)

CDPB 224/6 S (3) Mahler: Symphony #7 (Sept. 30, 1984); Symphony #8 (GREENBERG) (Aug. 4, 1986). MAAZEL, Vienna PO

CDPB 227/8 S (2) Mahler: Symphony #3. HINTERMEIER; MEHTA, Vienna PO (Apri. 26, 1987)

CDPB 229 S Brahms: Symphony #1; Stravinsky: Firebird Suite. MAAZEL, Vienna PO (March 3, 1985)

CDPB 230 S Dvorak: Symphony #9; Strauss: Tod und Verklarung. MAAZEL, Vienna PO (Salzgurg, July 29, 1981)

CDPB 231 S Mozart: Symphonies #29 (March 3, 1985) 1981). MAAZEL, Vienna PO

CDPB 232/3 S (2) Mahler: Symphony #5. BERNSTEIN, Berlin PO (Oct. 4, 1979)

CDPB 234 S Smetana: Ma Vlast. KUBELIK, Czech PO (Nov. 1991)

CDPB 235 S Beethoven: Symphony #3. KARAJAN, Berlin PO (Vienna, June 10, 1970)

CDPB 236 S Beethoven: Symphonies #4 Berlin PO (Vienna, June 11, 1970)

CDPB 237 S Beethoven: Symphonies #5 Berlin PO (Vienna, June 9, 1970)

CDPB 238 S Beethoven: Symphony #9. JANOWITZ, REYNOLDS, BERRY; KARAJAN, Berlin PO (Vienna, June 14, 1970)

CDPB 239 S St.-Saens: Concerto #2 (CHERKASSKY); Sibelius: Symphony #2. RATTLE, City of Birmingham SO (June 18, 1984), Philharmonia O. (March, 1985)

CDPB 240/1 S (2) Ravel: Piano Concerto; Brahms: Haydn Variations; Britten: YoungPerson’s Guide to the Orchestra; Sibelius: Symphony #2. RATTLE, City of Birmingham SO, Philharmonia O. (1984/5)

CDPB 242/4 S (3) Brahms: Symphonies #1 1974); Symphonies #2 Tanglewood, 1972). BERNSTEIN

CDPB 245 S Schubert: Symphony #3 (Bavarian RSO, June 20, 1971); Mozart: Symphony#40 (Vienna PO, Aug. 13, 1971). KUBELIK

CDPB 246 D Ravel: Ma Mere l’Oye; La Valse (Feb. 21, 1999); Berg: Lulu Suite (Dec. 3, 2000). RATTLE, Vienna PO

CDPB 247 S Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde. LUDWIG, LAUBENTHAL; KARAJAN, Vienna PO (Dec. 1970)

CDPB 248 S Debussy: La Mer; Afternoon of a Faun; Ravel: Bolero. KARAJAN, Berlin PO (Aug. 28, 1985)

CDPB 249 S Brahms: German Requiem. CUBERLI, GRUNDHEBER; KARAJAN, Berlin PO (Sept.26, 1987)

CDPB 250/1 S (2) Schubert: Symphony #8 (Dec. 31, 1983); Brahms: Double Concerto (MUTTER, MENESES) (Feb. 19, 1983); Symphony #1 (Dec. 30, 1980); Strauss: 4 Last Songs (TOMOWA-SINTOW) (Dec. 30, 1980). KARAJAN, Berlin PO

CDPB 252 S Bernstein: Halil. SCHULZ (fl); BERNSTEIN, Vienna PO (Lucerne, Sept. 8,1988). Symphony #1. C. LUDWIG; BERNSTEIN, Vienna PO (Salzburg, Aug. 22, 1987)

CDPB 253 S Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique. ABBADO, London SO (Sept. 1, 1983)

CDPB 254 S Debussy: 3 Nocturnes; Dvorak: Symphony #8. ABBADO, London SO (Aug. 4,1985)

CDPB 255 S Mozart: Symphony #29; Mahler: Symphony #1. ABBADO, Vienna PO (Feb. 17, 1991)

CDPB 256 S Prokofiev: Lt. Kije Suite; Piano Concerto #1 (GAVRILOV); Tchaikovsky: Symphony #4. ABBADO, Berlin PO (Feb. 9, 1991)

CDPB 257 S Verdi: Forza del Destino Overture; Mahler: Des Knaben Wunderhorn (POPP, KRAUSE). SINOPOLI, Berlin PO

CDPB 258 S Schoenberg: Cello Concerto after Monn (TEUTSCH); Schumann: Symphony #2. SINOPOLI, Berlin PO

CDPB 259 S Mozart: Requiem. VARTO, BRYCHKA, ZIEZAK, FINNIE; MAAZEL, Bavarian RSO 1999)

CDPB 260 S Mozart: Masonic Funeral Music; Piano Concerto #27 (SCHIFF); Requiem. BLASI, LIPOVSEK, HEILMANN, HOLL; HARNONCOURT, Schoenberg Cho. Vienna PO (Feb. 3, 1991)

CDPB 261/2 S (2) New Year’s Concert, 1984. MAAZEL, Vienna PO

CDPB 263/4 S (2) New Year’s Concert, 1985. MAAZEL, Vienna PO

CDPB 265 S New Year’s Concert, 1986. MAAZEL, Vienna PO

CDPB 266 S Mozart: Serenata Notturna; Concerto #24; Symphony #36. PREVIN (pf Vienna PO (Jan. 28, 1978)

CDPB 267 S Haydn: Maria Theresa Mass. BLEGEN, ELIAS, RENDALL, HOLL; BERNSTEIN, Vienna PO 1979)

Paperback Opera

20041 (2) Gounod: Romeo COLLART, JOBIN, REHFUSS, MOLLET; EREDE, Paris Opera

Parnassus

PACD 96001/2 (2) Prokofiev: Sonata #7; 10 Visions fugitives; Cinderella—exc.; Schumann: Toccata; Tchaikovsky: Sonata; Rachmaninov: 13 Preludes; works of Debussy (2), Chopin (3), from Op. 12; Humoreske; Scriabin: Sonatas #2 Op. 11; Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition (1952!); Tchaikovsky: Concerto #1 (RAKHLIN). RICHTER. Live performances. FIRST PUBLICATION! FS

PACD 96007 D Brahms: 2 String Quartets, Op. 51. COLORADO STRING QT. FS

PACD 96009/10 D (2) Bach: Sonatas pf); Letter to a Composer. WOERNER (s), BUCCELLI (pf), SPENCER, GATES (fl), KOPPERUD (clar), HUDSON VALLEY STRING QT. FS

PACD 96013/4 (2) Prokofiev: Sonatas #6 Vol. 4). FIRST PUBLICATIONS! FS

PACD 96015/6 (2) Gregorian Chant: Early Recordings (1928-1936), chosen SlovakRadio SO. Double Concerto. PERRY, BELA (vln); MANOOGIAN, Wisconsin Philomusica. First entire CD devoted to works of Katherine Hoover, most supervised by the composer. FS

PACD 96020 S Bach: Cantatas #51 GHITALLA (tpt), DUSTE (ob); MORIARTY, Chamber O. of Copenhagen. From Cambridge label originals. FS

PACD 96021/2 S (2) Carpenter: 2 Poems by Sassoon; Gitanjali; Copland: 12 Poems of Dickinson; Rorem: 4 Poems by Tennyson (MORIARTY, pf); Flanagan: Time’s Long Ago; 3 Poems (DEL TREDICI, pf); songs of Duke (DUKE, pf) pf). BOGARD (in all). Texts

PACD 96023 Prokofiev: Romeo Moscow PO (superior transfer!). Stravinsky: Divertimento from The Fairy’s Kiss. STRAVINSKY, Mexico SO (first transfer!). Dumbarton Oaks Concerto. STRAVINSKY, Dumbarton Oaks CO. FS

PACD 96024 D Schubert: Quartet #14, Death Op. 80. COLORADO STRING QT. Winner of the first Chamber Music America/WQXR Award!

PACD 96026 Hindemith: Quartet in e, Op. 10; Villa-Lobos: Quartet #6; Porter: Quartet #7 (UNPUBLISHED). STUYVESANT QT

PACD 96028 Bach: Chaconne; Fiocco: Allegro; Mozart: Sonatas, K. 301 Op. 52a; Schubert: Divertissement a l’Hongroise; Ravel: Ma mere l’oye; Faure/Messager: Souvenirs de Bayreuth; works of Soares KUSHNER (piano 4 hands) (from broadcasts in G; J.C. Bach: Sonata #4, in A; Mozart: Sonata in G, K. 27; Abel: Sonata #2, in f (LINCOLN, fp); works of Bizet fl; DRAKE, harp); Hoover: Masks (DUNN, pf); Winter Spirits; Kokopeli. HOOVER (flute, in all). FS

PACD 96034/5 D (2) Beethoven: Quartets, Opp. 59 songs of Chabrier, Gounod, Bizet, Faure, Dupont, Szulc, Poulenc, Honegger, Milhaud, Durey, Tailleferre, MORIARTY (pf). From Cambridge LP originals. FS

PACD 96038/40 S (3) Handel: Tamerlano. BOGARD, STEFFAN, J. SIMON, KILLEBREW, YOUNG, RINTZLER; MORIARTY, Copenhagen CO. Highly acclaimed by Opera News! Libretto

PACD 97008 The Road to Cello Playing +: Traditional Etudes for Solo Cello. Hindemith: Sonata for solo cello, Op. 25, #3; Heiden: Variations on Liliburlero; Cassado: Suite for Solo Cello. STARKER. First CD of etudes, first publication of other performances

Passacaille

929 D Telemann: 3 Ouvertures. DOMBRECHT, Il Fondamento (period inst.)

PentaTone Classics

PTC 5186 040 D (HYBRID SACD) G. Getty: Young America; 3 Welsh Songs; Annabel Lee; Victorian Scenes; Jerusalem. VEDERNIKOV, Ericson Chamber Cho. Russian Nat’l O; THOMAS, San Francisco SO Netherlands PO. FS

PTC 5186 071 D (HYBRID SACD) Beethoven: Trios, Op. 1, #2; Op. 97. STORIONI TRIO. FS

Perspectives of New Music

PNM 30 S Boretz: two soundtexts; I say. ; Boretz/Hyde: Such as. ; Barkin: Asoundtext for Jim Randall; Randall: JKR at Wm OBORIN. OP

412 620 2 D (2) Schubert: Trios. BEAUX ARTS TRIO (Pressler, Cohen, Greenhouse)

412 727 2 D Sibelius: Karelia Suite; Swan of Tuonela; Grieg: Holberg Suite; 2 Lyric Pieces. MARRINER, Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. FS (longbox)

416 398 2 S (2) Verdi: Il Corsaro. CABALLE, NORMAN, CARRERAS, MASTROMEI; GARDELLI, New Phil. O. Libretto

420 946 2 D Delius: Brigg Fair; Maxwell Davies: Orkney Wedding with Sunrise; Williams: Jane Eyre; works of Grainger, Vaughan Williams, et al (Pops Brittania). WILLIAMS, Boston Pops O. OP

422 059 2 D Beethoven: Quartet, Op. 130; Grosse Fuge. GUARNERI QT. OP

422 254 2 S Brahms: Symphony #4; Haydn Variations. HAITINK, Concertgebouw O. FS (longbox)

422 505 2 S (6) Mozart: Wind Serenades LAIRD, Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields; HOLLIGER Wind Ens.; DE WAART, Netherlands Wind Ens

422 508 2 S (4) Mozart: Violin Concertos; Concertone (POULET). SZERYNG; GIBSON, New Phil. O. Sinfonia Concertante; Concerto, K. 315f; Sinfonia concertante, K. 320e (last 2 arr. Wilby). BROWN, IMAI, Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields

422 510 2 S (3) Mozart: Quartets; Quintets; movements ACADEMY OF ST. MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS Chamber Ens. et al

422 513 2 S (2) Mozart: Divertimento, K. 563; 2 Duos; 6 Preludes K. 266. SILLITO, LATCHEM, ORTON. OP

422 516 2 S (2) Mozart: Music for 2 Pianos; duets. HAEBLER, HOFFMANN. Larghetto BADURA-SKODA

422 518 2 S (5) Mozart: Variations; Rondos; keyboard works. HAEBLER, UCHIDA, KOOPMAN (hpsi)

422 533 2 S (2) Mozart: La Finta Giardiniera. FASSBAENDER, McDANIEL, MOSER, CONWELL; HAGER, Salzburg Mozarteum O. OP. Libretto

426 115 2 D (2) Verdi: Attila. DEUTEKOM, BERGONZI, RAIMONDI, MILNES; GARDELLI, Ambrosian Singers, Royal PO. COH. OP. Libretto

432 080 2 D Arias of Bizet, Gounod, Rossini, Meyerbeer, Offenbach, Thomas, Ambrosian Opera Cho. London PO. OP. Texts

432 279 2 S Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde. BAKER, KING; HAITINK, Concertgebouw O. Text

434 077 2 D Haydn: Symphonies #99 O. of the 18th Century (period inst.) OP

438 016 2 D Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez; Fantasia para un gentilhombre; Canconeta (ARA, vln); Invocation et danse; 3 petites pieces. P. ROMERO; MARRINER, Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields

438 769 2 S (2) Boccherini: Guitar Quintets. P. ROMERO, Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Chamber Ens

442 389 2 S Sibelius: Symphony #2; Finlandia; Swan of Tuonela. C. DAVIS, Boston SO

446 676 2 D Berlioz: Harold in Italy (CAUSSE); Tristia. GARDINER, Orchestre Revolutionnaire et Romantique, Monteverdi Choir. BMG club edition

464 017 2 D Gorecki: Symphony #3. KOZLOWSKA; KORD, Warsaw PO

D 125423 D Rossini: Stabat Mater. VANESS, BARTOLI, ARAIZA, FURLANETTO; BYCHKOV, Bavarian RSO Just for Fun (folk songs). H.K, SMITH, Phoenix Boys Choir

Pilz

44 1684 2 S (2) Das Original Hoch- Deutschmeister Band

Point Music

432 967 2 D John MORAN: The Manson Family—An Opera (w. Iggy POP, Terre ROCHE, et al. OP

Priory

PRCD 470 D Works of Elgar, Statham, Howells, Moeran, S.S. Wesley, Britten, Choir of Norwich Cathedral (Te Deum Vol. 2)

Prism Leisure

PLATCD 688 Carmen MIRANDA: The Ultimate Collection

Pro Classics

PCL 5001.2 D LaSalle: Oboe Sonatina (STOLZENBERGER); Flute Sonatina (JANS); Bass Clarinet Sonatina (LALLEMANG); Bassoon Sonatina; Solo for Uncle (GODE). HERNADI, IMADA (pf)

Pro Organo

CD 7034 D In Every Corner Sing: 20th Century Sacred Masterworks. AYER, MemphisBoychoir Heidelberg SO

PH 05012 D Kropfgans (1708-c. 1770); Sonatas in G SCHMIEGE, MOSER, HENSCHEL; LUISI, Bavarian Radio Cho. Munich RSO. FS

Prospect Classics

PCD 1201 D Britten: A Ceremony of Carols; works of Schutz, Aichinger, Victoria, Grandi, Philips, Vaughan Williams, Saint Luke’s Choristers N.Y.)

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Quantaphon

15.439 D Works of Bresgen, Britten, Janacek, Lutoslawski, Petzold, Schweizer Schaffhausen Conservatory Children’s Cho. ens

RAP Productions

RAPCD 190547 1 D Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Beethoven: Sonata #23, Appassionata; Chopin: Polonaise, Op. 53; Gottschalk: Pasquinade. HELFGOTT. 1994 (pre-Shine) Danish production. FS

RCA

09026 60445 2 D Chopin: Piano music. KISSIN (live, Carnegie Hall, 1993)

09026 60878 2 S Prokofiev: Peter narr); Britten: Young Person’s Guide; Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suite. ORMANDY, Phila. O. Bowie wearing wolf hat on booklet photo. OP

09026 60978 2 D Schubert: Symphony #9. WAND, NDR SO, Hamburg (live perf.)

09026 61161 2 D Songs of the Cat. Garrison KEILLER, Frederica VON STADE; BRUNELLE. OP

09026 61743 2 S Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto (REINER); Serenade melancolique; Waltz; Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto (MUNCH). HEIFETZ (Vol. 12). OP

09026 62533 2 Chopin: Sonata #2; piano music. RACHMANINOV (1919-35)

09026 62563 2 S Prokofiev: Peter narr); Britten: Young Person’s Guide. ORMANDY, Phila. O. St.-Saens: Carnival of the Animals. LITWIN, LIPMAN; FIEDLER, Boston Pops O. OP

09026 68284 2 D (2) Boito: Mefistofele. JANKOVIC, RAMEY, LA SCOLA, CRIDER, GAVAZZI; MUTI, La Scala. Libretto

5617 2 RC S Chopin: Impromptus; Andante spianato HENDL, Chicago SO

60583 2 RG S Vaughan Williams: Symphonies #3 (Pastoral) London SO. OP

6214 2 RC S Bruch: Concerto #1; Scottish Fantasy; Vieuxtemps: Concerto #5. HEIFETZ; SARGENT, New SO. OP

74321 50164 2 S (3) Wagner: Lohengrin. AMARA, GORR, KONYA, DOOLEY, HINES, MARSH; LEINSDORF, Boston SO FASSBAENDER, ADAM, HOTTER, KARCZKOWSKI; MAAZEL, Vienna St. Opera (live, 1983). OP. Summary

GD 60097 S Schubert: Symphonies #1 Cologne RSO. OP

GD 60098 D Schubert: Symphonies #3 Cologne Radio SO. OP

GD 60099 D Schubert: Symphonies #4 Cologne Radio SO. OP

GD 60100 D Schubert: Symphony #5; Rosamunde—exc. WAND, Cologne Radio SO. OP

GD 60101 D Schubert: Symphony #9. WAND, Cologne Radio SO. OP

RCD1 7199 D Beethoven: Concertos #1 Royal PO. FS (longbox). OP

RCD2 2951 S (2) Verdi: Otello. SCOTTO, DOMINGO, MILNES; LEVINE. FS (longbox). OP. Libretto

RCA Victrola

77556 2 RV S Mozart: Violin Sonatas, K. 378/80. SCHROEDER, VAN IMMERSEEL (period inst.) OP

Re!Discover Berlin PO (April 19, 1983)

RED 16 Brahms: Violin Concerto. MARTZY; WAND, SDR SO (1964). OP

RED 18 Schumann: Symphony #4; Brahms: Symphony #3. KNAPPERTSBUSCH, Vienna PO(Dec. 16, 1962), SDR SO (Nov. 15, 1963)

REM Editions

311092 XCD D Casterede: Hommage a Thelonious Monk; Piano Sonata. BILLAUT. Feux Croises. IBANEZ, CASTEREDE (pf)

Reprise

45616 2 S R. Newman: The Paper (film music). FS

Resmiranda

RES 8038 D Christmas Tidings (carols). KEITH, Southwestern Seminary Oratorio Cho. Ft. Worth CO

Ritardando

RIT 0001/2 (2) Beethoven: Coriolan Overture; Concerto #4 (BACKHAUS); Symphony #7; Haydn: Symphony #88. KNAPPERTSBUSCH, Vienna PO (Jan. 17, 1954)

RIT 0003 S Schumann: Violin Concerto (KOECKERT); Mozart: Symphony #34. KUBELIK, Bavarian RSO (March, 1967)

RIT 0004 S Beethoven: Leonore Overture #2 (Nov. 20, 1969); Ives: Robert BrowningOverture (Jan. 1970); Britten: A Time There Was. (Dec. 1976). KUBELIK, Bavarian RSO

RIT 0005 S Strauss: Don Juan; Wagner: Tristan Vienna PO (June 16, 1968)

RIT 0006 S Dvorak: Cello Concerto. FOURNIER; KUBELIK (Feb. 1965). Bach: Concertofor 3 Pianos. KUBELIK, KEMPE, RIEGER; KUBELIK, Munich PO (date unknown)

RIT 5001 S Mahler: Symphony #1. MAAZEL, Bavarian RSO (March 1, 2001)

RIT 5002/3 S (2) Schubert: Symphony #8 (Feb. 23, 2003); Mozart: Symphony #41; Bruckner: Symphony #7 (April 21, 2001). MAAZEL, Bavarian RSO

RIT 5004 S Ravel: Alborada del Gracioso; Pavane; Concerto for Left Hand (THIBAUDET); 2 Melodies Hebraiques; Don Quichotte a Dulcinee (LE ROUX, b); Bolero. MAAZEL, Bavarian RSO (March 30, 2001)

RPO

CD RPO 8020 D Elgar: Serenade; Britten: Variations on a Theme of Bridge; Vaughan Williams: Tallis Fantasia; Tippett: Fantasia Concertante. GROVES, Royal PO. OP

CDRPO 5005 D Elgar: Serenade; Britten: Variations on a Theme of Bridge; Vaughan Williams: Tallis Fantasia; Tippett: Fantasia Concertante. GROVES, Royal PO. OP

Russian Disc

RD CD 11 029 S (2) Khachaturian: Gayne (complete). KAKHIDZE, Moscow Radio SO. OP

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Saga Classics

EC 3336 2 S Works of Purcell, Humfrey, Butterworth, et al. OP

Sain

SCD 2438 D Rhys MEIRION: Pedair Oed (Welsh songs). FS. COH

SCD 2500 D Bryn TERFEL English, Italian PARRI (Vol.2, 1990). FS. COH

SCDC 4035 D Schubert: Schwanengesang. TERFEL, MARTINEAU. COH. Texts

Shark Point

CP 822 D R. McFarland: Trio for Harp, Flute LUKAS, C. KING. 4 Songs in Blue. GANZ (s), McFARLAND (pf). Violin Sonata. LHEE, COGAN. Les Hommages Preludes. McCRAY (pf). Lear OLSTER (speakers); JOHNSON, A.C.T. Ens

Signum

SIGCD 023 D Dufay: Sacred music from Bologna. WICKHAM, The Clerks’ Group. COH. Texts

SIGCD 048 D Gesualdo: Tenebrae Responsories for Maundy Thursday. KING’S SINGERS. COH. Texts

Sony

093536 9 D (2) Bach: Inventions; Italian Concerto; French Suite #2; keyboard works K. 301, 306, 378/9; Schubert: Trio #1 (ISTOMIN, ROSE); Brahms: String Quintet #2 (LIN, TREE, LAREDO, MA); Bach: Partita #1. STERN (in all). All but Schubert first publications. FS

S2K 92937 D (2) The Essential Yo-Yo MA. FS

SB2K 63182 S (2) Telemann: 12 Sonate Metodiche. BRUGGEN, DE VRIES, BYLSMA, MOLLER,VAN ASPEREN, LEONHARDT, BOSTON MUSEUM TRIO. OP

SBK 47652 S Brahms: Symphonies #2 Cleveland O. OP

SBK 47654 S Mahler: Symphony #6. SZELL, Cleveland O. OP

SBK 62638 S Prokofiev: Peter narr); St.-Saens: Carnival of the Animals (FRANK, KALLIR); Britten: Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra. ORMANDY, Phila. O

SBK 62665 S Schumann: Waldscenen; Symphonic Etudes. CASADESUS. Fantasia in C; Arabeske. NAKAMURA (DIGITAL). FS

SBK 62972 S Bach: Lute works (Vol. 1). WILLIAMS (guitar). FS. OP

SBT 48161 S Dvorak: Slavonic Dances. SZELL, Cleveland O. FS

SFK 46712 S Prokofiev: Peter narr); Britten: Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra (Henry CHAPIN, narr). BERNSTEIN, N.Y. Phil

SK 48044 D Vivaldi: String Concertos. BYLSMA, et al; LAMON, Tafelmusik (period inst.)

SK 52489 D Verdi: Opera ballets. LEVINE, MET O. FS. OP

SK 53110 D L.T. Gouvy (1819-1898): Works for piano 4 hands. TAL, GROETHUYSEN. OP

SK 53540 S Another Openin’, Another Show: Broadway Overtures. ENGEL, o

SK 60713 D The Promise of Ages: A Christmas Collection. PARROTT, Taverner Consort Boston SO

SK 66265 D Bach: Concertos for 1, 2, MELSTED, GREENBERG, Tafelmusik

SK 68253 D Haydn: Horn Concerto (KOSTER); Cassatio in D; 3 Divertimenti. L’ARCHIBUDELLI

SK 87957 D Duetto. ALVAREZ, LICITRA; MAY, Kuhn Choir, City of Prague PO

SK 89243 D Bach: Goldberg Variations. PERAHIA

SK 89868 D Brahms: Sonata for 2 Pianos; Haydn Variations. AX, BRONFMAN

SK 89998 S Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (musical review). STONE, SHUMAN, ELLIOTT, WHITFIELD

SK 93018 S Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue (GERSHWIN, from piano roll); An American inParis; 6 Overtures. THOMAS, ens. N.Y. Phil, Buffalo PO

SK 93100 D (HYBRID SACD) Strauss: Romance; Don Quixote (LUISI, Staatskapelle Dresden); Cello Sonata (LORTIE, pf). VOGLER (cello). FS

SK 97742 D Debney: Dreamer (film music, w. Joshua BELL). FS

SM2K 46297 S (2) Stravinsky: Praeludium; Octet; Ragtime; Tango; Pastorale; Ebony Concerto (GOODMAN); Symphonies of Wind Instruments. STRAVINSKY. Duo Concertant; Serenade; Concerto for 2 Solo Pianos; Piano-Rag Music. STRAVINSKY (MONO). Sonata for 2 Pianos. GOLD,FIZDALE. Piano Sonata. ROSEN. OP

SMK 46293 S Stravinsky: Petrouchka—Suite; Firebird Suite; Pulcinella Suite. STRAVINSKY, o

SMK 47530 S Bernstein: On the Town—3 Dance Episodes; Fancy Free; On the Waterfront—Symphonic Suite. BERNSTEIN, N.Y. Phil (Royal Edition, Vol. 15). OP

SMK 58928 D Britten: Symphony for Cello Baltimore SO. Maxwell Davies: Violin Concerto. STERN; PREVIN, Royal PO

SMK 64460 S Beethoven: Symphonies #1 o

SMK 64461 S Beethoven: Symphonies #3 o

SMK 64464 S Beethoven: Symphony #9. CUNDARI, RANKIN, DaCOSTA, WILDERMAN; WALTER, Westminster Choir, o

Southern Cross

SCCD 1013 S Smeaton: A Town Like Alice (TV music suites). SMEATON, Australian SO

Standing Room Only

SRO 811 S (3) Gounod: Faust. SCOTTO, A. KRAUS, GHIUROV; ETHUIN (Toyko, Sept. 9,1973). OP

Supraphon

10 4140 2 D Martinu: Parables; Estampes; Overture; Rhapsody. BELOHLAVEK, Czech PO. OP

SU 3853 2 S Arias of Verdi (2), Puccini (4), Tchaikovsky, Smetana (2), Dvorak (2), var. accomp

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Tade

CD 002 D Strauss: 4 Last Songs; Lieder. VON BENZA; PROSPERIS, Saarbrucken RSO. Texts

Talents of Russia

RCD 16305 Prokofiev: Cello Sonata (YUDINA) (1966); Cinderella—Adagio; Shostakovich: Cello Sonata; Shaporin: 5 Pieces (EVGRADOFA, 1969-77). EVGRAFOV (cello, in all). OP

Telarc

CD 80138 D Vaughan Williams: Symphony #2, London; The Lark Ascending (GRIFFITHS, vln). PREVIN, Royal PO

CD 80157 D (2) Britten: War Requiem. HAYWOOD, ROLFE JOHNSON, LUXON, SHAW, Atlanta SO London SO

CD 80387 D Part: Fratres (6 versions); Cantus in Memory of Britten; Summa; Festina Lente. WERTHEN, I Flamminghi

CD 80456 Q Hildegard von Bingen: Chants; Kyr: From the Circling Wheel (on Hildegard texts). MONAHAN, Tapestry. Texts

CD 80573 D Mozart: The Impresario; Mozart’s Circle: The Beneficent Dervish. SIEDEN, S. BAKER, MEEK, ALER, DEAS, EWING; PEARLMAN, Boston Baroque. Libretto

CD 80570 D (3) Strauss: Die Liebe der Danae. FLANIGAN, SAFFER, COLEMAN-WRIGHT, H. SMITH, W. LEWIS; BOTSTEIN, American SO. Libretto

CD 80605 D (2) Strauss: Die Aegyptische Helena. VOIGT, TANNER, SHAFER, GROVE, ROBERTSON, CUTLER; BOTSTEIN, American SO. Libretto

CD 80615 D Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps; Nielsen: Symphony #5. P. JARVI, Cincinnati SO

CD 80616 D Dvorak: Symphony #9; Martinu: Symphony #2. P. JARVI, Cincinnati SO

CD 80617 D Debussy: Afternoon of a Faun; 3 Nocturnes; La mer; Berceuse heroique. P. JARVI, Cincinnati SO

CD 80631 D Rozsa: Ben-Hur; Quo Vadis; King of Kings (suites). KUNZEL, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Cincinnati Pops O

CD 80645 D (3) Chausson: Le Roi Arthus. BULLOCK, LE ROUX, SCHROEDER, O’NEILL, McINTYRE; BOTSTEIN, BBC SO. Libretto

CD 80649 D Hanson: Merry Mount—Suite; Bold Island Suite; Symphony #2, Romantic. KUNZEL, Cincinnati Pops O

Teldec

17115 2 D (2) Britten: War Requiem. VANESS, HADLEY, HAMPSON; MASUR, American Boychoir, Westminster Symphonic Choir, N.Y. Phil. Text

17145 2 D Falla: Nights in the Gardens of Spain; El Sombrero de Tres Picos (LARMORE, ms). BARENBOIM (pf Chicago SO

42617 2 D (2) Bach: Cantatas #128-131 (Vol. 32). HARNONCOURT, LEONHARDT, et al. FS. OP. Texts

74448 2 D (4) Wagner: Parsifal. MEIER, JERUSALEM, HOLLE, VAN DAM, VON KANNEN, TOMLINSON; BARENBOIM, Berlin German Opera Cho. Berlin PO. Libretto

8.35836 S (2) Bach: Cantatas #185-188 (Vol. 43). HARNONCOURT, LEONHARDT, et al. FS. OP

90845 2 D Delius: Paris; In a Summer Garden; Brigg Fair; The Walk to the Paradise Garden; 2 Pieces. A. DAVIS, BBC SO

97176 2 D Vivaldi: The 4 Seasons; Concertos, RV 454 (GRAZZI, ob), Il Giardino Armonico

Testament

SBT 1008 Viva Rossini. Arias by var. performers, from 78s, 1903-40. FS

SBT 1153 S Opera Arias CRAIG, var. accomp. (in English) (4 items mono)

SBT 1358 Handel: 6 Violin Sonatas (MALCOLM, hpsi); Bach: Chaconne. CAMPOLI

SBT2 1369 (2) Verdi: La Traviata. CARTERI, VALLETTI, WARREN; MONTEUX, Rome Opera (+ WARREN Verdi arias). Libretto

The Symphonica

Mahler D (2) Mahler: Symphony #2. [IMAMURA?], The Symphonica (Suntory Hall, Tokyo, Aug. 10, 1996). No other credits. CDRs with printed insert

Theorema

TH 121.128/9 S (2) Beethoven: Fidelio. JURINAC, STADER, PEERCE, NEIDLINGER, ERNSTER,GUTHRIE; KNAPPERTSBUSCH, Bavarian St. Opera

Thorofon

CTH 2170 D Platz: Dunkles Haus. HUSMANN, LEHBERGER, SZCZESNY, M. BUSCH, ZICKWOLF;PLATZ, Bavarian St. Opera. Libretto.

Timpani

1C1026 D G. Sacre (1948- ): Serenade #2; Variations on a Chopin Mazurka; Chansons enfanties; Picolissima-Serenade; 24 Preludes. EIDI (pf)

Troubadisc

TRO CD 01412 Q Bliss: String Quartets #1 SCHAAF (live, Oct. 2, 1983). Texts

Valois

V 4405 S Beethoven: Quartets, Op. 74 viola Nickrenz, Lehwalder)

Vanguard Classics

ATM CD 1488 S (2) Liszt: Transcendental Etudes. SHERMAN. Don Juan Fantasy; piano works (The Demonic Liszt). WILD. FS. COH

ATM CD 1490 S (2) Schumann: Kinderszenen; Sonata #2; Faschingsschwank aus Wien. BLANCARD (MONO). Fantasy; Symphonic Etudes. BRENDEL. FS. COH

ATM CD 1491 S (2) Brahms: Paganini Variations; Ballades. WILD. Sonata #1; Scherzo. LIST. Variations, Op. 9. BLANCARD. 6 Klavierstucke, Op. 118; piano works. HUNGERFORD. List Dupre. OP

OVC 8096/7 S (2) The Instruments of the Orchestra. RANDOLPH (narr); ROSSI, ViennaSt. Opera O. Britten: Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra. SOMARY, English CO

OVC 8098 S Schubert: Sonatas in a, D. 845; in A, D. 664. L. KRAUS

SVC 45 S Grieg: Holberg Suite; The Last Spring; Wiren: Serenade for Strings.; Britten: Simple Symphony. SOMARY, English CO. OP

Verve

314 519 819 2 Count BASIE (Jazz Masters anthology)

Victoria

VCD 19001 D Britten: On This Island; songs of Mendelssohn, Mozart, Grieg, JANSEN (pf). Texts

Virgin Classics

45032 2 D Stravinsky: Symphonies of Wind Instruments; The Firebird (1910). NAGANO, London SO. OP

45276 2 D Part: Choral works. KALJUSTE, Estonian Phil. Chamber Choir. COH. Texts

45720 2 D Motets of Campra (4) Les ArtsFlorissants. COH. Texts

45723 2 D Vivaldi: Concerti (Vol. 2). BIONDI, Europa Galante (period inst.) FS. COH

59052 2 D Tavener: The Protecting Veil (ROZHDESTVENSKY, London SO); Thrinos; Britten: Suite #3. ISSERLIS (cello)

59325 2 D Dvorak: Cello Concerto; Tchaikovsky: Rococo Variations. MORK; JANSONS, Oslo PO. OP

61157 2 D (2) Bach: 6 English Suites. LEONHARDT (hpsi)

90728 2 D Britten: A Boy Was Born; Hymn to St. Cecilia; A.M.D.G.; Shepherd’s Carol. EDWARDS, London Sinfonietta Cho. et al. OP. Texts

90792 2 D Britten: Les Illuminations; Serenade (LLOYD, horn); Nocturne. HILL (t); HICKOX, City of London Sinfonia. OP. Texts

90834 2 D Britten: Sinfonia da Requiem; Peter Grimes—4 Sea Interludes Royal Liverpool PO. OP

91084 2 D (2) Prokofiev: Love for 3 Oranges. DUBOSC, BACQUIER, BASTIN, GAUTIER,VIALA; NAGANO, Lyon Opera. OP. Libretto

91474 2 D Tavener: The Protecting Veil (ROZHDESTVENSKY, London SO); Thrinos; Britten: Suite #3. ISSERLIS (cello)

Virgin Veritas

45190 2 D Bach: Triple Concerto; Oboe Concerto; 2 Sinfonias. ROBSON (ob E. WALLFISCH (vln), BEZNOSIUK (fl), O. of the Age of Enlightenment (period inst.)

45255 2 D (2) Bach: Brandenburg Concertos; Triple Concerto. RAMPE, La Stravaganza Hamburg. OP

61301 2 D Haydn: Sinfonia Concertante; Violin Concertos in G O. of the Age of Enlightenment (period inst)

D 112456 D Handel: Organ Concertos, Op. 4. VAN ASPEREN, O. of the Age of Enlightenment (period inst.) BMG edition

Vox

VXP2 7900 D (2) Britten: Albert Herring. VENDITTI, BALACH, PFUND, BEARDEN, ALTMAN; GILBERT, Manhattan School of Music. Libretto

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Walsingham Classics

WAL 8026 2CD D Great Opera Heroines. CARDEN (s); BRYDON, Queensland PO. Texts

Warner Classics

60613 2 D Rachmaninov: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (ORAMO, City of Birmingham SO); Corelli Variations; Chopin Variations. LUGANSKY. COH

61329 2 D Shankar: 2 Ragas (MAZUMDAR, sitar); Ravel: Tzigane; Falla: Suite populaire espagnole; Bartok: Roumanian Folk Dances; Schnittke: Violin Sonata (1955). HOPE (vln), KNAUER (pf), et al. FS. COH

61938 2 D Chausson: Poeme de l’amour et de la mer; Ravel: Scheherazade; Debussy-Adams: Le Livre de Baudelaire. GRAHAM; Y.P. TORTELIER, BBC SO. COH. Texts

61948 2 D (2) Messiaen: Theme NOVACEK

62257 2 D Arias of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Concentus musicus Wien. FS. COH

R2 61941 D Sound in Spirit (mostly contemporary ). CHANTICLEER. Texts

World Village

468052 D Sacred Bridges (Psalm settings, renaissance SARBAND. Texts

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York Ambisonic

YORK CD 141 D Works of Bach, Britten, Tavener, Fleury, Franck, Leighton, Langlais, Mendelssohn, Vaughan Williams, Choir of St. Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh. Ambisonic surround recording

Zig-Zag Territoires

ZZT 021002 D (2) Machaut: Motets (complete). MUSICA NOVA Ens. Original/French texts

Arthaus Musik

100 207 D (DVD) Rossini: Tancredi. DI NISAN, BAYO, GIMENEZ; GELMETTI, StuttgartRSO. Regions 2-8, 166, subtitles. FS

BBC Opus Arte

OA 0908 D D (DVD) Eroica. Drama by Nick Dear, with Ian HART, Tim PIGGOTT-SMITH, Jack DAVENPORT, Fenella WOOLGAR, et al, + GARDINER perf. of Beethoven 3rd Symphony. 129, all regions. FS

Bel Canto Society

BCS 0667 (VHS) My Song for You (1934 feature film). Sonnie HALE, Aileen Marson, Jan KIEPURA (sings 3 arias, 2 songs), Emlyn WILLIAMS. 89, B BARBIERI, BRUSON, GALL). Leoncavallo: I Pagliacci (STRATAS, PONS, ANDREOLLI, RINALDI). DOMINGO; PRETRE, La Scala. Zeffirelli films. 140, all regions, subtitles. FS

EuroArts

2054508 D (DVD) (2) Purcell: King Arthur. REY, BONNEY, REMMERT, SCHADE, WIDMER;HARNONCOURT, Vienna St. Opera Cho. Concentus musicus Wien (Salzburg, 2004). 169, subtitles, all regions. FS

Opus Arte

OA 0912 D D (DVD) (3) Wagner: Siegfried. POLASKI, TRELEAVEN, STRUCKMANN, CLARK, VON KANNEN; DE BILLY, Barcelona Opera. 256, all regions, subtitles. FS

OA 0915 D D (DVD) (3) Wagner: Parsifal. MEIER, VENTRIS, SALMINEN, HAMPSON, FOX; NAGANO, Baden-Baden Festival Cho. Berlin German SO. 317, all regions, subtitles. FS

OA LS3008 D D (DVD) Verdi: I vespri Siciliani. STUDER, ZANCANARO, CAPUANO, MERRITT;MUTI, La Scala. 211, English subtitles. Italian libretto

Parnassus Custom Video

PDVD 100 D (DVD) Bruckner: Symphony #8. CELIBIDACHE, Munich PO (Tokyo, Oct. 20, 1990)

PDVD 101 D (DVD) Bartok: Bluebeard’s Castle. SASS, KOVATS; SOLTI, London PO. English subtitles

PDVD 102 D (DVD) Beethoven: Sonatas #30-32. SERKIN (1987)

PDVD 91 D (DVD) Beethoven: Symphony #3. BRUGGEN, O. of the 18th Century (Nov. 1987)

PDVD 92 (DVD) Metropolitan. 1935 Hollywood film starring Lawrence TIBBETT asopera singer; includes 4 complete aria Op. 34; Cello Sonata #3 (ROSE); Webern: Variations; works of Bach K. 333; Strauss: Burleske (+ commentary)

PDVD 96 S (DVD) Rachmaninov: Concerto #2 (WEISSENBERG); Strauss: Don Quixote (ROSTROPOVICH). KARAJAN, Berlin PO (1974/5). 83

PDVD 97 S (DVD) Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin (Tikhomirov film). VISHNEVSKAYA, AVDEYEVA, KIBKALO, GRIGORIEV, PETROV; KHAIKIN, Bolshoi Opera (separate acting cast except for Petrov). 106, English subtitles

PDVD 98 D (DVD) Bruckner: Symphony #6. CELIBIDACHE, Munich PO (Munich, 1991)

PDVD 99 D (DVD) Bruckner: Symphony #7. CELIBIDACHE, Munich PO (Tokyo, Oct. 18, 1990)

Sony

SHV 48316 S (VHS) Bruckner: Symphony #7. CELIBIDACHE, Munich PO (Tokyo, Oct. 18, 1990)

SHV 48348 S (VHS) Bruckner: Symphony #6. CELIBIDACHE, Munich PO (Munich, 1991)

TDK

DVUS OPIP D (DVD) (2) Bellini: I Puritani. GRUBEROVA, BROS, ALVAREZ, ORFILA; HAIDER, Barcelona Opera (2001). 159, all regions, subtitles. FS

DVW OPDG D (DVD) Mozart: Don Giovanni. PIECZONKA, ANTONACCI, KIRSCHLAGER, ALVAREZ, SELIG, SCHADE, D’ARCANGELO, REGAZZO; MUTI, Vienna St. Opera (1999). 173, all regions, subtitles. FS

DVWW CLOPMF D (DVD) Mozart: Die Zauberflote. COTRUBAS, GRUBEROVA, SCHREIER, BERRY, BOESCH, TALVELA; LEVINE, Vienna St. Opera (Salzburg, 1982). 189, all regions, subtitles. FS

DVWW OPMLES D (DVD) Puccini: Manon Lescaut. GULEGHINA, CURA, GALLO; MUTI, La Scala (1998). 134, all regions, subtitles. FS

Teldec

95038 3 The Art of Conducting: Great Conductors of the Past. 117 BBC documentary

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