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AARONS, ROGERGeorge Gershwin's Immortal Rhapsody in Blue and Othe Concert Favorites”; Pro Arts Orchestra (Valiant High Fidelity VM-4902);

ALBENIZ, ISAAC Iberia” (complete)// RAVEL, MAURICERapsodie Espagnole”; Paris Conservatorie Orchestra conducted by Jean Morel (2-LP's Gatefold; RCA Victor LSC 6094);

ANDRE, MAURICEBaroque Trumpet Concerti”; Vivaldi – Concerto in C Major for 2 Trumpets and String Orchestra/ Teleman – Concerto in D Major for Trumpets and Strings/ Jeremiah Clarke – Trumpet Voluntary/ J.S. Bach – Aria Di Postiglione/ L. Mozart – Concerto in D Major for Trumpet and Orchestra; Chamber Orchestra of the North German Radio conducted by Gabor Otvos (1973; Turnabout Vox TV-S 34529);

*** “Concerti for Baroque Trumpet”; Vivaldi – Concerto in C Major for 2 Trumpets and String Orchestra/ Teleman – Concerto in D Major for Trumpets and Strings/ Jeremiah Clarke – Trumpet Voluntary/ J.S. Bach – Aria Di Postiglione/ L. Mozart – Concerto in D Major for Trumpet and Orchestra; Chamber Orchestra of the North German Radio conducted by Gabor Otvos (1973; Sine Qua Non SQN 7704);

BACH, JEAN-SEBASTIENIntegrale des 14 Concerti pour Clavecin et Orchestre”; Ruggero Gerlin, Clavecin; Collgium Musicum de Paris dirige par Roland Douatte (Musidisc 30 RC 770; France Import);

*** “Jean-Pierre Rampal Interprete Jean-Sebastien Bach”; Suite No.2 pour Flute et Cordes, Concerto Brandebourgeois No.4, Aria pour Flute et Cordes; Orchestre de Chambre Baroque conducted by Jean-Pierre Rampal (Musidisc 30 RC 789; France Import; Mint Sealed);

*** “L'Art de la Fugue, Volume 1”; Orchestre De Chambre De La Sarre diride par Karl Ristenpart (Musidisc 30 RC 743; France Import; Mint Sealed)

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIONThe Art of the Fugue, Vol.1 Fugues 1-9”; Glenn Gould, Organ at All Saints' Anglican Church, Toronto, Canada (CBS Masterworks Portrait MP 38785);

*** “A Bach Celebration”; Music from Bach Cantatas Arranged for Solo Guitar and Chamber Orchestra; Christopher Parkening, Guitar; Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra conducted by Paul Shure (1985 EMI/Angel Records DS-2-37343);

*** “Bach's Greatest Hits; A Unique Jazz Vocal Treatment”; The Creative Swingle Singers (Philips Stereo PHS-600-097(D);

*** “Bach's Greatest Hits Vol.1”; Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring, A Mighty Fortress, Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, and More; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy; E. Power Biggs, Pablo Casals, Walter Carlos (Columbia Masterworks MS 7501);

*** “Bach is Best”; (1981; Turnabout Vox TV 34804);

*** “Bach on the Pedal Harpsichord”; Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor, Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, The Great Fantasy and Fugue in G Minor, Prelude in D Minor, The Great Prelude and Fugue in G Major; E. Power Biggs, Harpsichord (Columbia MS 6084);

*** “Bach Organ Music”; Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Prelude and Fuguein E-Flat “St. Anne's”, Toccata and Fuge in D Minor “Dorian”, Toccata in E; Carl Weinrich, Organ (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2557);

*** “Bach Organ Music from Soissons Cathedral”; Prelude and Fugue in G Major BWV.550, Toccata and Fugue in F Major BWV.540, Prelude and Fugue in D Minor BWV.554, Prelude and Fugue in A Minor BWV.543, Fantasia and Fugue in A Minor BWV.561, Prelude and Fugue in B Flat Major BWV.560; Maurice and Marie-Madeleine Durufle, Organ (Angel Stereo S-36507);

*** “Best of Bach”; Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor, Fugue in G Minor, Prelude and Fugue in E-Flat Majoe “St. Anne”; E. Power Biggs, Organ; 1973; Columbia Masterworks M 31840);

*** “The Brandenburg Concertos”; Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields conducted by Neville Marriner (1971; 2-Lp's Boxed Set with 10-page Booklet; Philips Stereo 6500 186/187; Holland Import);

*** “The Brandenburg Concertos”; Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields conducted by Neville Marriner (1981; 2-Lp's Boxed Set with 10-page Booklet; Philips Stereo 9500 910/9500 911; Holland Import);

*** “The Brandenburg Concertos”; CBC Vancouver Orchestra conducted by Mario Bernardi (1985; 2-LP's Gatefold; CBC Records SM5028-2);

*** “Brandenburg Concertos”; Netherlands Chamber Orchestra conducted by Syzmon Goldberg (2-LP's Gatefold; Philips Stereo World Series PHC. 9027);

*** “Brandenburg Concertos”; Paillard Chamber Orchestra conducted by Jean-Francois Paillard (2-LP's; RCA Red Seal CRL2-5801);

*** “The Brandenburg Concertos”; Soloists of the Vienna State Opera Orchestra conducted by Hermann Scherchen (1980; 2-LP's Gatefold; MCA Records/Westminster MCA2-9500);

*** “Brandenburg Concertos Album 1 – Nos. 1, 2 & 6”; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer (1985; EMI/Angel Eminence AE-34401; German Import);

*** “Brandenburg Concertos Nos. 1, 4 and 6”; Concert Group of the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis conducted by August Wenzinger (1973; Heliodor 89.611);

*** “Brandenburg Concertos Nos. 1,4, 6”; Festival Strings Lucerne conducted by Rudolf Baumgartner (1977; Deutsche Grammophon 2535 142);

*** “Brandenburg Concertos Nos. 2, 3, 5”; Festival Strings Lucerne conducted by Rudolf Baumgartner (1978; Deutsche Grammophon 2535 143);

*** “Brandenburgische Konzerte Nr. 1, 2 & 3”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammophon 139 005; German Import);

*** “Brandenburgische Konzerte Nr. 4, 5 & 6”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammophon 139 006; German Import);

*** “Cantatas”; Cantata No.106// Cantata No.140; Vienna Akademie Kammerchor; Vienna State Opera Orchestra conducted by Hermann Scherchen (Westminster WST-14394);

*** “Cembalokonzerte; Harpsichord Concertos; Concertos Pour Clevecin”; Hedwig Bilgram, Iwona Futterer, Ulrike Schott; Munchener Bach-Orchester conducted by Karl Richter (5-LP's Boxed Set with 20-page Booklet and 20-page Archiv Production Record Catalog; 1973; Archiv Produktion 2722 009; German Import);

*** “Coffee & Peasant Cantatas”; Josef Traxel, Choir of St. Helwig's Cathedral, Members of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Karl Forster (Seraphim S-60139);

*** “Concerto for Violin and Oboe// Harpsichord Concerto D Minor”; Concentus Musicus Vienna (with period instruments) conducted by Nicolaus Harnoncourt (Telefunken SAWT 9557-B; German Import);

*** “David Oistrakh plays Bach Sonatas”; No.5 in F Minor BWV 1018, No.6 in G Major BWV 1019; Hans Pischner, Harpsichord (Deutsche Grammonphon LPM 18 677; German Import);

*** “Double Concerto in D Minor// Concerto in A Minor// Concerto in E Major”; Yehudi Menuhin, Violin; The Robert Masters Chamber Orchestra conducted by Yuhudi Menuhin (Capitol Records G-7210);

*** “Double Concerto in D Minor// Concerto No.2 in E// Concerto in G Minor”; Pinchas Zukerman and Itzhak Perlman, Violins; English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Daniel Barenboim (1972; Angel Records S-36841);

*** “Double Concerto in D for Oboe, Violin and Strings// Triple Concerto in A for Flute, Violin, Harpsichord and Strings; The Haydn Sinfonietta conducted by Hans Kempler (Baroque Records BUS-2838);

*** “Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott, BWV 80// Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 140”; Agnes Giebel, Hertha Topper, Peter Schreier, Theo Adam, Thomanerchor Leipzig, Mitglieder des Gewandhausorchesters Leipzig, Dirigent; Erhard Mauersberger (Gatefold; Archiv Produktion 198 407; German Import);

*** “The Four “Great” Toccatas and Fugues”; The Four Antiphonal Organs of the Cathedral of Freiburg played Simultaneously by E. Power Biggs (1974; Columbia Masterworks M 32933);

*** “The Four Suites for Orchestra”; Elaine Shaffer, Flute; Bath Festival Orchestra conducted by Yehudi Menuhin (2-LP's Gatefold; Seraphim SIB-6085);

*** “Funeral Ode Cantata 198, on the Decease of the Consort of Augustus the Strong, Christiane Eberhardine, Queen of Poland 1727”; Concerto Amsterdam leader Jaap Schroder; Monteverdi Choir of Hamburg conducted bu Jurgen Jurgens (Gatefold; Telefunken SAWT 9496; German Import);

*** “The German Harsichord; Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue// Three Toccatas// Prelude and Fugue in A Minor”; Igor Kipnis, Harpsichord (1972; Angel Records S-36055; Mint Sealed);

*** “Helmut Walcha Plays bach”; Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Dorian Toccata and Fugue, ect.; Helmut Walcha playing the Large Organ of St. Laurenskerk, Alkmaar (Deutsche Grammophon 2535 126);

*** “Hercules auf dem Scheidewege”; Sheila Armstrong, Hertha Topper, Theo Altmeyer, Jakob Stampfli; Figuralchor Der Gedachtniskirche Stuttgart; Bach-Collegium Stuttgart leitung Helmuth Rilling (Barenreiter-Musicphon BM 30 SL 1356; German Import);

*** “Highlights from Bach's Christmas Oratorio”; Marta Schilling, Ruth Michaelis, Werner Hohmann, Bruno Mueller; The Stuttgart Choral Society; The Suebian Symphony Orchestra conducted by Hans Grischkat (Musirama/Remington R-199-155);

*** “James Galway Plays Bach”; Two Flute concertos, Suite in B Minor; I Solisti Di Zagreb concertmaster Charles Gerhardt (1978; RCA Red Seal ARL1-2907);

*** “Kantaten-Canatas”; Ich will den Kreuzstab gerne tragen, BWV 56// Ich habe genug, BWV 82; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Bariton; Munchener Bach-Chor, Munchener Bach-Orchester dirigent Karl Richter (Gatefold; Archiv Produktion 198 477; German Import);

*** “The Goldberg Variations, BWV 988”; Glenn Gould, Piano (Gatefold; 1982; CBS Records Masterworks IM 37779); (Columbia Masterworks ML 5060); (Columbia Masterworks MS 7096); (Columbia Masterworks M 31820);

*** “das Kantatenwerk-Complete Canatas Volume 1”; Wei schon leuchtet der Morgenstern BWV 1, Ach Gott, von Himmel sieh darein BWV 2, Ach Gott, wie manches Herzeleid BWV 3, Christ lag in Todesbanden BWV 4; Nikolaus Harnoncourt with the Concentus Musicus and Gustav Leonhardt with his Consort (2-LP's Boxed Set; Telefunken SKW 1/1-2; German Import);

*** “das Kantatenwerk-Complete Canatas Volume 2”; Wo soll ich fliehen hin BWV 5, Bleib bei uns, denn es will Abend werden BWV 6, Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam BWV 7, Liebster Gott, wann werd' ich sterben BWV 8; Nikolaus Harnoncourt with the Concentus Musicus and Gustav Leonhardt with his Consort (2-LP's Boxed Set with Booklet with Complete Text and Score; Telefunken SKW 2/1-2; German Import);

*** “das Kantatenwerk-Complete Canatas Volume 3”; Es ist das Heil uns kommen her BWV 9, Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn BWV 10, Lobet Gott in seinen Reichen BWV 11; Nikolaus Harnoncourt with the Concentus Musicus and Gustav Leonhardt with his Consort (2-LP's Boxed Set with Booklet with Complete Text and Score; Telefunken SKW 3/1-2; German Import);

*** “das Kantatenwerk-Complete Canatas Volume 4”; Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen BWV 12, Meine Seufzer, meine Tranen BWV 13, War' Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit BWV 14, Herr Gott, dich loben wir BWV 16; Nikolaus Harnoncourt with the Concentus Musicus and Gustav Leonhardt with his Consort (2-LP's Boxed Set with Booklet with Complete Text and Score; Telefunken SKW 4/1-2; German Import);

*** “das Kantatenwerk-Complete Canatas Volume 5”; Wer Dank opfert, der preiset mich BWV 17, Gleich wie der Regen und Schnee vom Himmel fallt BWV 18, Es erhub sich ein Streit BWV 19, O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort BWV 20; Nikolaus Harnoncourt with the Concentus Musicus and Gustav Leonhardt with his Consort (2-LP's Boxed Set with Booklet with Complete Text and Score; Telefunken SKW 5/1-2; German Import);

*** “das Kantatenwerk-Complete Canatas Volume 6”; Ich hatte viel Bekummernis BWV 21, Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwolfe BWV 22, Du wahrer Gott und Davids Sohn BWV 23; Nikolaus Harnoncourt with the Concentus Musicus and Gustav Leonhardt with his Consort (2-LP's Boxed Set with Booklet with Complete Text and Score; Telefunken SKW 6/1-2; German Import);

*** “das Kantatenwerk-Complete Canatas Volume 7”; Ein ungefarbt Gemute BWV 24, Es ist nichts Gesundes an meinem Leibe BWV 25, Ach wie fluchtig, ach wie nichtig BWV 26, Wer weib, wie nahe mir mein Ende BWV 27; Nikolaus Harnoncourt with the Concentus Musicus and Gustav Leonhardt with his Consort (2-LP's Boxed Set with Booklet with Complete Text and Score; Telefunken SKW 7/1-2; German Import);

*** “das Kantatenwerk-Complete Canatas Volume 8”; Gottlob ! Nun geht das Jahr zu Ende BWV 28; Wir danken dir, Gott, wir danken dir BWV 29, Freue dich, erloste Schar BWV 30; Nikolaus Harnoncourt with the Concentus Musicus and Gustav Leonhardt with his Consort (2-LP's Boxed Set with Booklet with Complete Text and Score; Telefunken SKW 8/1-2; German Import);

*** “Mass in B Minor”; RCA Victor Chorale and Orchestra with Soloists conducted by Robert Shaw (3-LP's Boxed Set; RCA Victor Red Seal Records LM 6100);

*** “Moe Koffman Plays Bach”; A Contemporary Adaption of J.S. Bach (GRT Records 9230-1008);

*** “The Musical Offering”; Yehudi Menuhin with Members of The Bath Festival Orchestra with Elaine Shaffer, Flute (Angel Records S. 35731);

*** “A New Sound from the Japanese Bach Scene”; 12 Familiar Bach Pieces by New Japanese Music Movement (RCA Camden Classics VICS-1458);

*** “The Pocket Bach”; Inventions, Fugues, Sinfonias etc. By George Fields Four-Octave Chromatic & Bass Harmonicas (1973; Angel Records SW 95206);

*** “The Six Brandenburg Concertos”; Collegium Aureum (1965; RCA Camden Classics VCCS-6023; Mint Sealed);

*** “St. Matthew Passion”; Akademie Kammerchor – Wiener Kammerorchester conducted by Ferdinand Grossman (3-LP's Boxed Set; Vox records VBX 200);

*** “St. Matthew Passion”; Sung in English by Toronto Mendelssohn Choir Full Orchestra conducted by Sir Ernest MacMillan (3-LP's Boxed Set; Beaver Records Limited LPS002);

*** “Suiten fur Violoncello Solo// Suites for Solo Cello”; Nr.3 C-dur (in C Major/ en ut Majeur), Nr.4 Es-dur (in E Flat Major/ en mi Bemol Majeur); Pierre Fournier, Cello (Gatefold; Archiv Produktion 198 187; German Import);

*** “Suited for Cello Unaccompanied”; No.1 in G Major, No.2 in D Minor; Pablo Casals, Cello (18-page Booklet; Angel Records COLH 16);

*** “Suite No.1 in C Major// Suite No.2 in B Minor” Winterthur Symphony Orchestra – Suite 1 conducted by Henry Swoboda, Suite No.2 conducted by Clemens Dahinden (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Musical Masterpiece Society MMS-74);

*** “Suite No.3 in C Major for Unaccompanied Cello”; Enrico Mainardi, Cello (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; London FFRR LPS.403);

*** “Switched-On Bach”; Electronic Realizations and Performances by Walter Carlos and Benjamin Folkman (Columbia Masterworks MS 7194);

*** “Switched-On Brandenburgs The Complete Concertos”; Virtuoso Synthesizer Performances by Wendy Carlos (2-LP's Gatefold; 1980; Columbia Masterworks M2 x 35895);

*** “Sylvia Marlowe Plays Bach”; Italian Concerto, French Suite No.5 in G, Toccata in D, Fantasia in D Minor, Contrapunctus XV (From the Art of Fugue); Sylvia Marlowe, Piano (Decca Gold label Series DL 10,012);

*** “Toccata and Fuguein D Minor// Prelude and Fugue in E Flat// Prelude, Largo & Fugue in C”; Daniel Chorzempa, Organ (1982; Philips 6514 274; Holland Import);

*** “Two Cantats, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV.140// Bringet dem Herrn seines Namens, BWV.148”; Der Suddeutsche Madrigalalchor & Consortium Musicum directed by Wolfgang Gonnenwein (Seraphim S-60328);

*** “The Unaccompanied Cello Suites”; Yo-Yo Ma, Cello (6-LP's Boxed Set with 8-page Booklet; 1983; CBS Records Masterworks CBS D3 37867; Holland Import);

*** “Violin Concerto No.2 in E Major”; Szymon Goldberg, Violin; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Walter Susskind (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Decca Gold Label Series DL 7507);

*** “Was mir behat, ist nur die muntre Jagd “Hunting Canata” BWV 208”; Chorus of the Gedachtniskirche and Chamber Ensemble of the Bach-Collegium, Stuttgart directed by Helmuth Rilling (Nonesuch Records H-71147);

*** “Weihnachtsoratorium// Christmas Oratorio// Oratorio Noel”; Recording with Original Instruments by the Concentus Musicus of Vienna director Nikolaus Harncourt (1973; 3-LP's Boxed Set with Complete Score and Descriptive Booklet; Telefunken SKH 25-T/1-3; German Import);

*** “The Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1 Preludes and Fugues 1-8”; Glenn Gould, Pianist (Columbia Masterworks ML 6176);

*** “The Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1 Prelude and Fugues 17-24”; Glenn Gould, Pianiast (Columbia Masterworks MS 6408);

*** “The Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1 Preludes and Fugues Nos. 1-8”; Wanda Landowska, Harpsichord (RCA Victor Red Seal Records LM 1017);

*** “The Well-Tempered Clavier (Complete)”; Wanda Landowska, Harpsidchord (6-LP's Boxed Set with 16-page Booklet; RCA Victor Red Seal Records LM-6801);

*** “Werke fur Flote 1// Works for Flute 1// Ce Uvres pour Flute Traversiere 1”; Karl Bobzein, Flote; Margarete Scharitzer, Cembalo; Sebastian Ladwig, Gambe (Gatefold; Archiv Produktion 198 412; German Import);

*** “Werke fur Laute// Works for Lute// Oeuvres pour Luth”; Narciso Yepes, Baroque Lute (2-LP's Boxed Set with 8-page Booklet; Archiv Produktion 2708 030; German Import);

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIANConcerto in C Major for Two Pianos and String Orchestra”// MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUSConcerto in E Flat Major for Two Pianos and Orchestra”; Clara Haskill, Geza Anda, Pianists; Philharmonia Orchestra directed by Alcoe Galliera (Angel Records ANG. 35380);

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIANConcerto for Two Violins in D Minor; Sonata in C Major for Two Violins”// VIVALDI, ANTONIOConcerto Grosso, Op.3 No.8”; Nathan Milstein, Erica Morini, Violins” (Angel Records S. 36006);

BAIRD, TADEUSZEpiphany Music// Chansons des Trouveres// Four Songs// Four Novelettes”; Krystyna Szostek-Radkowa, Mezzosoprano; Warsaw National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra directed by Witold Rowicki (Muza Stereo SX 0462; Poland Import);

BARTOK, BELABoulez conducts Bartok, Concerto for Orchestra”; New York Philharmonic conducted by Pierre Boulez (Gatefold; Columbia Quadraphonic MQ 32132);

*** “Concerto for Orchestra”; Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (RCA Red Seal ARC1-3421);

*** “Concerto for Violin and Orchestra”; Max Rostal, Violin; The London Symphony Orchestra directed by Sir Malcolm Sargent (London ffrr LLP 302);

BAUM KURTKurt Baum Sings Songs Inspired by Caruso & Lanza”; Masterseal MS-192);

BAXTER, LESLa Femme”; Franck Pourcel and his French Strings (Capitol T-10015);

BAY, EMANUALPiano Recital”; (Tops Records L1516);

BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN “Ah, Perfido Op.65// Canata on the Death of Emperor Joseph II”; New York Philharmonic conducted by Thomas Schippers (Columbia Odyssey Y 35208);

*** “Ania Dorfman plays Beethoven's “Moonlight: and “Pathetique” Sonatas”; Ania Dorfman, Piano (RCA Victor Bluebird Classics LBA 1029);

*** “Archduke Trio & Trio No.7 in B Flat”; Vladimir Ashkenazy, Piano; Itzhak Perlman, Violin; Lynn Harrell, Cello (1982; Angel Records Digital DS-37818);

*** “Concerto in D, Op.61”; Jascha Heifetz, Violin; NBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Arturo Toscanini (RCA Victor LCT 1010);

*** “Concerto No.5 in E-Flat Major “Emperor””; Clifford Curzon, Piano; The London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by George Szell (London ffrr LLP 114; U.K.Import);

*** “Concerto No.5 in E Flat (Emperor)”; Bruno Leonardo Gelber, Piano; New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Ferdinand Leitner (Seraphin S-60131);

*** “Concerto No.5 in E-Flat, Op.73 (“Emperor”)”; Vladimir Horowitz, Piano; RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra conducted by Fritz Reiner (RCA Victor Red Seal Records LM 1718);

*** “Concerto for Violin, Op.61”; David Oistrakh, Violin; U.S.S.R. State Orchestra conducted by Alexander Gauk (VOX STPL 516.150);

*** “The Five Piano Concertos”; Murray Perahia, Piano; Concertgebouw Orchestra directed by Bernard Haitink (1988; 3-LP's Boxed Set; CBS Records Masterworks M3X 44575);

*** “The Greatest Hits Album”; Various Orchestras and Artists (2-LP's Gatefold; Columbia Masterworks MG 31270);

*** “Great Men of Music”; (1975; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 546);

*** “Happy Birthday Ludwig”; Leonard Bernstein, Philippe Entremount, Glenn Gould, Eugene Ormandy, Rudolf Serkin etc. (Gatefold; Columbia Masterworks MS 7406);

*** “Integrale des 17 Quatuors a Cordes, Vol.7”; Kurt Schaffer and Franzjoseph Maier, Violins; Franz Beyer, Alto; Kurt Herzbruch, Violoncelle (Musidisc RC 657; France Import; Mint Sealed);

*** “Klavierkonzert No.1 – Piano Concerto”; Arturo Benedetti Michelangele, Piano; Wiener Symphoniker – Vienna Symphony Orchestra conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini (1980; Deutsche Grammophon 2531 302; German Import);

*** “Klaviersonate Nr.21 C-dur Op.53 Waldstein-Sonate// Klaviersonate Nr.25 G-dur Op.79// Klaviersonate Nr.23 f-moll Op.57 Appassionate”; Wilhelm Kempff, Piano (Deutsche Grammophon 138 943; German Import);

*** “Missa Solemnis in D Major, Opus 123”; Chorus of the Society of the Friends of Music in Vienna chorus master Reinhold Schmitt; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (2-Lp's Double Gatefold with 12-page Booklet; Angel Records 3595 B/L; U.K.Import);

*** “”Moonlight” Sonata in C-Sharp Minor, Op.27 No.2// “Pathetique” Sonata in C Minor, Op.13”; Ania Dorfmann, Piano (RCA Camden CAL 458);

*** “Musique de Chambre pour flute, Vol.2”; Jean-Pierre Rampal and Alain Marion, Flute; Paul Hongne, Basson; Robert Veyron-Lacroix, Piano (Musidisc 30 RC 734; France Import);

*** “9 Symphonies”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (9-Lp's Boxed Set with 18-page Booklet; Deutsche Grammophon SKL 101-108);

*** “The Nine Symphonies”; Franfurt Opera Orchestra, Vienna State Opera Orchestra, Hamburg Symphony Orchestra, Radio Frankfurt Symphony Orchestra and Chorus (7-LP's Boxed Set; Audio Fidelity FCS 71);

*** “The Nine Symphonies”; Columbia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bruno Walter (7-LP's Boxed Set; Columbia Odyssey Y7 30051);

*** “Ouverturen-Overturs”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (1970; Deutsche Grammophon 2530 414; German Import);

*** “Overtures”; Leonora No.3// The Consecration of the House// Egmont// Fidelio// Coriolan”; The London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Eduard van Beinum (Richmond High Fidelity B 19026);

*** “Piano Concerto No.1 in C, Op.15”; Claudio Arrau, Piano; Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam Conducted by Bernard Haitink (1986; Philips Stereo 6570 167);

*** “Piano Concerto No.1 in C Major Op.15// Rondo in B Flat Major for Piano and Orchestra Op. Posth.”; Friedrich Wuehrer, Piano; Pro Musica Symphony, Vienna conducted by Hans Swarowsky (VOX STPL 513.070);

*** “Piano Concertos Nos. 2 & 4”; Julius Katchen with the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pierino Gamba (1970; London Ace of Diamonds SDD. 2174);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in B Flat Major, Op.19// Piano Sonata No.21 in C Major “Waldstein””; Vladimir Ashkenazy, Piano; Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Gearg Solti (1975; London ffrr CS 6854; U.K.Import);

*** “Piano Concerto No.3 in C Minor, Op.37”; Leon Fleisher, Piano; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (Epic LC-3790);

*** “Piano Concerto No.3 in C Minor, Op.37”; Claudio Arrau, Piano; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Alceo Galliera (Angel Records S 35724);

*** “Piano Concerto No.3 in C Minor, Op.37// “Eroica” Variations in E-Flat Major, Op.35”; Alfred Brendel, Piano; Vienna Symphony Orchestra conducted by Heinz Wallberg (Turnabout Vox TV-s 34400);

*** “Piano Concerto No.4 in G, Op.58”; Artur Rubinstein, Piano; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Erich Leinsdorf (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2848);

*** “Piano Concerto No.5 in E Flat Major”; Christoph Eschenbach, Piano; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducter by Seiji Ozawa (1978; Deutsche Grammophon 2535 296);

*** “Piano Concerto No.5 in E Flat Major, Op.73 “Emperor”'; Leon Fleisher, Piano; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (Epic LC-3791);

*** “Piano Concerto No.5 “Emperor””; Radu Lupu, Piano; The Israel Philharmonic conducted by Zubin Mehta (1979; London ffrr LDR 10005; Record, Holland Import; Jacket, Printed in Canada);

*** “Piano Concerto No.5 in E Flat”; Rudolf Firkusny, Piano; Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra conducted by William Steinberg (Pickwick SPC 4006);

*** “Piano Concerto No.5 “Emperor””; Vladimir Ashkenazy, Piano; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zubin Mehta (1985; London Digital 411 903-1; Holland Import);

*** “Piano Concerto No.5 (Emperor)// Coriolanus Overture”; Hanae Nakajima, Piano; Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra conducted by Zsolt Deaky (1977; Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 12);

*** “Piano Concerto No.5 in E Flat, Op.73 “Emperor”// Egmont Overture”; Vladimir Ashkenazy, Piano; The Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Georg Solti (1973; London ffrr CS 6857);

*** “Piano Sonatas”; Moonlight, Les Adieux, Pathetique, A Therese; Wilhelm Kempff, Piano (1978; Quintessence PMC 7081);

*** “The Ruins of Athens// The Creatures of Prometheus”; Berlin Philharmonis Orchestra conducted by Bernhard Klee (Deutsche Grammophon 2545 002; German Import);

*** “Septet in E Flat, Op.20”; Barylli String Ensemble – Vienne Philharmonic Wind Group (Westminster Hi-Fi WN 18003);

*** “Sonatas – Les Adieux, Appassionata, Moonlight, Pastoral, Pathetique, Opus 90 in E Minor// 32 Variations on an Original Theme// Piano Concerto No.4 in G Major”; Ivan Moravec, Piano (4-LP's Boxed Set with 12-page Booklet The Classics record Libray SRL 1194);

*** “Sonatas – No.8 in C Minor “Pathetique”, No.9 in E Major, No.10 in G Major”; Glenn Gould, Piano (Columbia Masterworks ML 6345);

*** “Sonata No.9 in A Major for Violin and Piano Op.47(Kreutzer)”; Adolf Busch, Violin; Rudolf Serkin, Piano (Columbia Masterworks ML 4007);

*** “Sonata No.14 in C Sharp Minor, Op.27, No.2 Moonlight// Sonata No.8 in C Minor, Op.13 Pathetique// Sonata No.23 in F Minor, Op.57 Appassionata”; Rudolf Serkin, Piano (Columbia Masterworks ML 5164);

*** “Sonata No.14 in C Sharp Minor, Op.27, No.2 Moonlight// Sonata No.8 in C Minor, Op.13 Pathetique// Sonata No.26 in E Flat Major, Op.81a Les Adieux”; Daniel Barenboim, Piano (Angel Records S. 36424); (EMI/Angel RL-32101);

*** “Sonata No.16 in G Major (Opus 31, No.1)// Sonata No.18 in E Flat Major (Opus 31, No.3)”; Wilhelm Backhaus, Pianoforte (London ffrr LL.951);

*** “Sonata No.21 in C Major// Sonata No.26 in E Flat Major”; Edward Kilenyi, Piano (Remington RLP-199-39);

*** “Sonata No.21 in C, Op.53// Adante Favori in F, WoO 57// Sonata No.30 in E, Op.109”; Jacob Lateiner, Piano (RCA Red Seal LSC-3173);

*** “Sonata No.30 in E Major, Op.109// Sonata No.31 in E-Flat Major, Op.110// Sonata No.32 in C Minor, Op.111”; Glenn Gould, Piano (Columbia Masterworks ML 5130);

*** “Sonatas – Moonlight, Op.27, No.2// Les Adieux, Op.81a// Pathetique, Op.13”; Artur Bubenstein, Piano (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2654);

*** “Moonlight (No.14 in C-Sharp Minor)// Pathetique (No.8 in C Minor)// Appassionata (No.23 in F Minor)”; Van Cliburn, Piano (RCA Red Seal LSC-4013);

*** “String Quartet in F Major, Op.59 No.1”; The Oxford String Quartet (CBC Records SM360);

*** “Symphony No.1 in C Major (Op.21)”; Philharmonic-Symphony of New York conducted by Bruno Walter (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Columbia Masterworks ML 2027);

*** “Symphony No.1// Overtures – Egmont, Leonore III”; Philharmoia Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Angel records ANG.35097; U.K.Import);

*** “Symphony No.1 in C// Symphony No.4 in B Flat// “Coriolan” Overture”; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer (1985; Angel Eminence AE-34423; German Import);

*** “Symphonie Nr.3 Es-dur Op.55 Eroica”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (1977; Deutsche Grammophon 2531 103);

*** “Symphony No.3 in E Flat (Eroica)”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Eugen Jochum (Helidor 89.642);

*** “Symphony No.3 in E Flat Major, Op.55 Eroica”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Ferenc Fricsay (Helidor2548 088);

*** “Symphony No.3 in E Flat Major, Op.55 Eroica”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Karl Bohm (Deutsche Grammophon 2535 101);

*** “Symphony No.3 in E Flat Major, Op.55 Eroica”; Boston Symphony conducted by Serge Koussevitsky (RCA Camden CAL 404);

*** “Symphony No.3 in E Flat Major, Op.55 Eroica”; The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra conducted by William Steinberg (Pickwick 33 SPC 4036);

*** “Symphony No.3 in E Flat Major, Op.55 Eroica”; Rochester Orchestra conducted by Erich Leinsdorf (Harmony HL 7053);

*** “Symphony No.3 in E Flat Major, Op.55 Eroica”; The Royal Danish Orchestra conducted by George Hurst (Forum F-70017);

*** “Symphony No.3 in E Flat Major, Op.55 Eroica”; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Erich Kleiber (Richmond High Fidelity B 19051);

*** “Symphony No.3 in E Flat Major, Op.55 Eroica”; Vienna State Opera Orchestra conducted by Michael Gielen (Audio Fidelity FCS 50019

*** “Symphony No.3 in E Flat Major, Op.55 Eroica// Coriolan Overture, Op.62”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Leopold Stokowski (1975; RCA Red Seal ARL1-0600);

*** “Symphony No.3 in E Flat Major, Op.55 Eroica// Grosse Fuge in B Flat”; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer (1985 EMI/Angel Eminence AE-34424; German Import);

*** “Symphonies No.4,5,6 et 9”; The London Symphonie Orchestra conducted by Josep Krips (3-LP's Boxed Set; Musidisc RC 753/RC 754/RC 757);

*** “Symphonie No.5, C Minor, Op.67”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammophon SLPM.138804; New Zealand Import);

*** “Symphony No.5, C Minor, Op.67”; The London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Josep Krips (Madacy Master Series MK 1803);

*** “Symphony No.5, C Minor, Op.67”; Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini (1982; Deutsche Grammophon; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.5, C Minor, Op.67”; The Vienna Philharmonic conducted by Sir Georg Solti (1982; London ffrr Jubilee JL 41016);

*** “Symphonie No.5, C Minor, Op.67”; Wiener Philharmoniker conducted by Leonard Bernstein (1981; Deutsche Grammophon 2531 311; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.5, C Minor, Op.67// Coriolan Overture, Op.62”; Chicago Symphony conducted by Fritz Reiner (RCA Victor LM 2343);

*** “Symphony No.5, C Minor, Op.67// “Die Weihe des Hauses” Overture, Op.124”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Lorin Maazel (1958; Helidor 89 502; U.K.Import);

*** “Symphony No.5, C Minor, Op.67// Overture Favorites”; Viennese Symphonic Orchestra (Plymouth P-12-65);

*** “Symphony No.5, C Minor, Op.67// Overture”Fidelio”, Op.72c”; Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam conducted by Eugen Jochum (1968; Philips 6580 145; U.K.Import);

*** “Symphony No.5, C Minor, Op.67// Overture “King Stephen”, Op.117”; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer ( Angel Records S. 35843);

*** “Symphony No.5 in C Minor// Symphony No.8 in F”; The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Andre Cluytens (Classics For Pleasure CFP 40007; U.K.Import);

*** “Symphony No.6 in F Major, Pastorale”; The Austrian Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kurt Woss (Remington RLP-199-7);

*** “Symphony No.6 in F Major, Op.68 Pastorale”; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (Epic records LC 3849);

*** “Symphony No.6 in F Major, Op.68 Pastorale”; Columbia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bruno Wlater (1981; CBS Records MY 36720);

*** “Symphony No.6 in F Major, Op.68 Pastorale”; Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Walter Goehr (10-inch 33-1/s RPM; Musical Masterpiece Society MMS-120);

*** “Symphony No.6 in F Major, Op.68 Pastorale”; New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein (Columbia Masterworks MS 6549);

*** “Symphony No.6 in F Major, Op.68 Pastorale”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Riccardo Muti (1980; Angel Records SZ-37639);

*** “Symphony No.6 in F Major, Op.68 Pastorale”; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Charles Groves (Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 1);

*** “Symphony No.6 in F Major, Op.68 Pastorale”; Wiener Philharmoniker conducted by Leonard Bernstein (1981; Deutsche Grammophon 2531 312; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.7 in A, Op.92”; Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam conducted by Eugen Jochum (1967; Philips 6570 102);

*** “Symphonie No.7 en La Majeur, Opus 92”; Orchestre de la Societe des Concerts de Vienne direction Karl Ritter (1981; Accoer RC-827; France Import);

*** “Symphony No.7 in A, Op.92”; Vienne Philharmonic conducted by Herbert von Karajan (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2536);

*** “Symphony No.7 in A, Op.92”; Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra conducted by Otto Ackermann (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Musical Masterpiece Society MMS-33);

*** “Symphony No.7 in A Major, Op.p2// Fidelio Overture Op.72”; L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande conducted by Ernest Ansermet (1969; London STS. 15067);

*** “Symphonie Nr.9 d-moll”; Leontyne Price, Maureen Forrester, David Poleri, Giorgio Tozzi; Bostoner Symphonie-Oechester directed by Charles Munch (RCA Victrola VICS 1114; German Import);

*** “Symphnie No.9 en re mineur OP.125, avec choeurs”; Jennifer Vyvyan, Shirley Carter, Rudolf Petrak, Donald Bell; The London Symphony Orchestra directed by Josef Krips (1981; Musidisc RC 757; France Import);

*** “Symphony No.9 in D Minor, Op.125 (“Choral”)'; Irmgard Seefried, Maureen Forrester, Ernst Haefliger, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau; Choir of St. Hedwig's Cathedral, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Ferenc Fricsay (Deutsche Grammophon 2535 203);

*** “Symphony No.9 in D Minor, Op.125 (“Choral”)'; Adele Addison, Jane Hobson, Richard Lewis, Donald Bell; The Cleveland Orchestra Chorus, Cleveland Symphony directed by George Szell (1978; Columbia Odyssey Y34625);

*** “Symphony No.9 in D Minor, Op.125 (“Choral”)'; The Mormon Tabernacle Choir conducted by Richard P. Conde; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks M 31818);

*** “Symphony No.9 in D Minor, Op.125 (“Choral”)'; Hilde Gueden, Sieglinde Wagner, Anton Dermota, Ludwig Weber; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra directed by Erich Kleiber (Richmond High Fidelity B 19083);

*** “Symphony No.9 in D Minor, Op.125 (“Choral”)// Egmont Overture Op.84); Frances Yeend, David Lloyd, Eunice Alberts, James Pease; The Bershire Festival Chorus, Soston Symphomy Orchestra directed by Serge Koussevitzky (2-LP's Boxed Set; RCA Victor Red Seal LM 6001);

*** “Symphony No.9 in D Minor, Op.125 (“Choral”)// “Egmont” Incidental Music”; The Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus directed by Otto Klemperer (2-LP's Boxed Set with 12-page Booklet; Angel Records SB-3577);

*** “Symphonie Nr.9 D-Moll, Op.125 (Choral)// Symphonie Nr.8 F-Dur, Op.93”; Gwyneth Jones, Hanna Schwarz, Kurt Moll; Wiener Philharmoniker conducted by Leonard Bernstein (1980; 2-LP's Gatefold; Deutsche Grammophon 2707 124; German Import);

*** “Trio No.7 in B flat Major, Op.97 Archduke”; David Oistrakh Trio (Angel Records ANG. 35704);

*** “Tripelkonzert C-dur, Op.56”; Mark Zeltser, Piano; Anne-Sophie Mutter, Violine; Yo Yo Ma, Violincello; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (1980; Deutsche Grammophon 2531 262; German Import);

*** “The Triple Concerto in C, Op.56”; David Oistrakh, Violin; Mstislav Rostropovich, Cello; Sviatoslav Richter, Piano; The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Angel Records S-36727);

*** “Triple Concerto in C Major, Op.56”; David Oistrakh, Violin; Sviatoslav Knushevitzky, Cello, Lev Oborin, Piano; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent (Angel Records S. 35697);

*** “Variations and Vignetten”; Alfred Brendel, Piano (Vox Turnabout 334162; Holland Import);

*** “Violin Concerto in D, Op.61”; Jascha Heifetz, Violin; Boston Symphony Orchestra directed by Charles Munch (RCA Victor red Seal LM 1992);

*** “Violin Concerto in D, Op.61”; Itzhak Perlman, Violin; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Carlo Maria Guilini (1981; Angel Records Digital S-37471);

*** “Violin Concerto in D Major, Op.61”; Leonid Kogan, Violin; Orcheste de la Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire de Paris conducted by Constantin Silvestri (1976; Connoiseur Society CS-2132);

*** “Violinkonzert D-dur, Op.61”; Henryk Szeryng, Violin; Concertgebouw-Orchester, Amsterdam conducted by Bernard Haitink (1974; Philips Stereo 6500 531; Holland Import);

*** “Violin Concerto Opus 61// Egmont Overture, Opus 84”; Wilhelm Klepper, Violin; Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra (Funk & Wagnalls Family of Great Music Album 20);

*** “Wellington's Victory// Marches”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammophon 643 210; Austalia Import);

*** “The World of Beethoven”; (London Stereophonic SPA 4062);

*** “The Young Beethoven – Early Piano Music for Two and Four Hands”; Joerg Demus and Norman Shetler, Pianos (Deutsche Grammophon 643 216; German Import);

BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VANQuintet in E Flat Major for Piano, Obeo, Clarinet, Basson & Horn, Op.16”// MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUSDivertimento No.1 in E Flat Major for 2 Clarinets, 2 Horns & Strings K.113”; Members of The Vienna Octet (London ffrr STS 15053 U.K.Import);

BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN4 Pieces for Mandolin and Harpsichord”// SCHLICK, JOHANN CONRADDivertimento in D Major for 2 Mandolins & Basso Continuo”; Elfriede Kunschak and Vinzenz Hladky, Mandolins; Maria Hinterleitner, Harpsichord (Turnabout Vox TV 34110S);

BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VANSymphony No.5 in C Minor, Op.67”// SCHUBERT, FRANZSymphony No.8 in B Minor Unfinished”; Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Seiji Ozawa (RCA Red Seal LSC-3132);

BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VANSymphony No.5 in C Minor, Op.67”// SCHUBERT, FRANZSymphony No.8 in B Minor Unfinished”; Hampshire Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra conducted by Lawrence Tiebault; Wrongly Printed on Jacket “Symphony No.7 in C Major” (Design Records DLP-85

BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VANSymphony No.5 in C Minor, Op.67”// SCHUBERT, FRANZSymphony No.8 in B Minor Unfinished”; Vienna State Opera Orchestra conducted by Felix Prohaska (Vanguard Everyman Classics SRV-203SD);

BEHREND, SIEGFRIEDDe Visee, J.S. Bach, Sor, Giuliani, Ambrosius, Brhrend, De Falla”; Solo Guitar Pieces (Deutsche Grammophon 139 167; German Import);

BELLINI, VINCENZOI Puritani”; Joan Sutherland, Luciano Pavarotti, Piero Cappuccilli, Nicolai Ghiaurov; Chorus of the Royal Opers House, London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Richard Bonynge (1975; 3-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; London ffrr Stereophonic OSA 13111; U.K.Import);

BERGER, R. JACKCliches; Poetry, Lyrics and Music”; (1978 Gatefold with 24-page Booklet of Lithographs, Poetry and Music; Cliches Records RJB-1-78; MAPL); (Mint Sealed Copy);

BERLIOZ, HECTORBaremboim Conducts Berlioz; Roya Hunt and Storm from “Les Troyens”// Suite from “Romeo et Juliette””; Orchestre de Paris conducted by Barenboin (Promo Label; 1978; Columbia Masterworks M 35112);

*** “Boulez Conducts Berlioz; Symphonie Fantastique”; The London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pierre Boulez (Columbia Masterworks M 30587);

*** “The 'Fantastic' Symphony”; Bamberg Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jonel Perlea (Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Musin Album 22);

*** “Greatest Hits”; New York Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Leonard Bernstein; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks M 30384);

*** “Great Men of Music”; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch (1975; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 545);

*** “Lelio ou le retour a la vie, Op.14b”; Jean-Louis Barrault, John Mitchinson, John Shirley-Quirk; London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Pierre Boulez (1983; Masterworks Portrait AL 38767);

*** “Requim Op.5”; Cesare Valletti, Tenor; The Temple University Choirs director Robert E. Page; Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (2-LP's Boxed Set; Columbia Masterworks M2S 730);

*** “Symphonie Fantastique”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammophon LPM 18 964; German Import);

*** “Symphonie Fantastique”; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch (RCA Victor Lm 1900); (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2608);

*** “Symphonie Fantastique”; Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam conducted by Colin Davis (1972; Philips Stereo 6500 774; Holland Import);

*** “Symphonie Fantastique”; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Pierre Monteux (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2362);

BERNARD, ANDREQuatre Concertos Celebres pour Trompette”; Mozart, Vivaldi, Telemann, Torelli; Grand Orchestre de Radio-Tele Luxembourg conducted by Louis de Froment (1982 Musidisc RC 627; France Impert); (Mint Sealed Copy);

BERNSTEIN, LEONARDFancy Free – Ballet Suite”// COPLAND, AARONEl Salon Mexico”// MILHAUD, DARIUSLa Creation du Monde”; Columbia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Leonard Bernstein (Columbia CL-920);

BIGGS, E. POWER '”E. Power Biggs' Greatest Hits”; (Columbia Masterworks MS 7269);

*** “The Historic Organs of Europe – Switzerland”; (Columbia Masterworks MS 6855);

BIZET, GEORGESCarmen”; Teresa Berganza, Placido Domingo, Ileana Cotrubas, Sherrill Milnes; The Ambrosian Singers; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Claudio Abbado (1978; 2-LP's Boxed Set with 52-page Booklet; Deutsche Grammophon 2709 083; German Import);

*** “Carmen (Concert Version)”; Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Walter Goehr (Musical Masterpiece Society Inc. M2009-OP4);

*** “Carmen – Highlights”; Regina Resnik, Mario del Monaco, Joan Sutherland, Tom Krause; Le Choeur de Grand Theatre de Geneve; L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande conducted by Thomas Schippers (1965; London ffrr Stereophonic OS 25924; U.K.Import);

*** “Carmen Suite”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks ML 5356);

*** “Carmen Vocal Highlights”; (Library of Great Composers GCLP-916);

*** “Festival of Hits; Bizet”; (Deutsche Grammophon 2538 299; German Import);

*** “Symphony in C Major”; Utrecht Symphony Orchestra conducted by Paul Hupperts (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Musical Masterpiece Society MMS-11);

BIZET, GEORGESSuite for Orchestra from Carmen”// GOUNODBallet Music from Faust”; St. Louis Symphony Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Golschmann (Capitol Records P-8288);

BIZET, GEORGESCarmen Suite No.1”// GRIEG, EDVARDSuite from Peer Gynt, Op.55,46”; Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra conducted by Leonard Slatkin (Gatefold; Telarc Digital 10048; German Import);

BIZET, GEORGESL'Arlesienne Suite No.1”// GRIEG, EDVARDPeer Gynt Suite No.1, Op. 46”; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (Columbia Masterworks MS 6877);

BJOERLING, JUSSIJussi Bjorling Live, Holland 1939, Norway 1954”; Hilversums Radio Orkester directed by Frieder Weissmann; Harmoniens Orkester, Bergen conducted by Carl Garaguly (1984; Bluebell of Sweden Bell 163; Sweden Import);

*** “The Art of Jussi Bjoerling; Album 2; Opera Arias (Recorded 1936-47)”; Stockholm Concert Association Orchestra conducted by Nils Grevillius (Seraphim 60219);

*** “The Art of Jussi Bjoerling; Songs, Oratorio and Opera Arias (Recorded 1930-52)”; Seraphim 60168);

*** “Bjoerling in Opera”; Jussi Bjoerling, Tenor (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2269);

*** “The Incomparable Bjoerling”; (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2570);

*** “Operatic Arias”; (1985; RCA Gold Seal AGMI-5277);

*** “Operatic Duets with Robert Merrill// Operatic Scenes with Licia Albanese, Zinka Milanov, Roberta Peters, Leonard Warren”; (1964; RCA Red Seal LM 2736);

*** “Songs and Opera Arias 1939-1951”; (1985; Bluebell of Sweden Bell 187; Sweden Import);

BOLLING, CLAUDEPicnic Suite”; Claude Bolling, Piano; Jean-Pierre Rampal, Flute; Alexandre Lagoya, Guitar (1980; Columbia Masterworks M 35864);

BOYCE, WILLIAMThe Eight Symphonies”; I Solisti di Zagreb conducted by Antonio Janigro (1972; The Bach Guild/Historical Anthology of Music HM-23 SD);

BOYD, LIONALiona Boyd, Andrew Davis; Albinoni, Bach, Cimarosa, Marcello, Vivaldi”; The English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Andrew Davis (1979; Columbia Masterworks M 35853; Autographed);

*** “Spanish Fantasy”; (1980; Columbia Masterworks M 36675);

BRAHMS, JOHANNESBruno Walter's Brahms; Academic Festival Overture, Op.80// Tragic Overture, Op.81// Variations on a Theme by Haydn, Op.56a”; The Columbia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bruno Walter (Columbia Odyssey Y 30851);

*** “Clarinet Quintet in Bminor, Op.115”; The Cleveland Quartet with Richard Stoltzman, Clarinet (1976; RCA Red Seal ARL1-1993);

*** “Concerto No.1 in D Minor for Piano and Orchestra, Op.15”; Wilhelm Backhaus, Piano; The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Karl Bohm (London ffrr LL 911);

*** “Concerto No.2, in B-Flat, Op.83”; Artur Rubinstein, Piano; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1728);

*** “Concerto No.2, in B-Flat, Op.83”; Sviatoslav Richter, Piano; Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Erich Leinsdorf (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2466);

*** “Concerto No.2, in B-Flat Major for Piano and Orchestra, Op.83”; Rudolf Serkin, Piano; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks ML 4014);

*** “Concerto No.2, in B-Flat Major, Op.83 for Piano and Orchestra”; Eduard Mrazek, Piano; Vienna State Opera Orchestra conducted by Hans Swarowsky (Audio Fidelity FCS 50016);

*** “Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D, Op.77”; Jascha Heifetz, Violin; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Serge Koussevitzky (RCA Victor Red Seal LCT 1043);

*** “Concerto in re Maggiore per Violino e Orchestra Op.77”; Zino Francescatti, Violino; Orchestra Filarmonica di Vienna direttore Dimitri Mitropoulos (Gatefold with 8-page Insert; J grandi Concerti GCL 12; Italy Import);

*** “Doppelkonzert A-Mll Op.102// Tragische Ouverture Op.81”; Wolfgang Schneiderhan, Violine; Janos Starker, Violoncello (Deutsche Grammophon 139 126; German Import);

*** “Double Concerto in A Minor, Op.102// Tragic Overture, Op.81”; David Oistrakh, Violin; Pierre Fournier, Cello; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Alceo Galliera (Angel Records ANG. 35353; U.K.Import);

*** “Double Concerto for Violin and Cello in A Minor, Op.102// Tragic Overture, Op.81”; Zino Francescatti, Violin; Pierre Fournier, Cello; Columbia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bruno Walter (1981; CBS Records Great Performances MY 37237);

*** “Double Concerto in A Minor for Violin and Cello, Op.102// Variations on a Theme by Haydn, Op.56a// Tragic Overture, Op.81”; Isaac Stern, Violin; Leonars Rose, Cello; Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York conducted by Bruno Walter (Columbia Masterworks ML-5076);

*** “Double Concert in A Minor for Violin, Cello and Orchestra, Op.102// Academic Festival Overture, Op.80// Tragic Overture, Op.81”; Isaac Stern, Violin; Leonard Rose, Cello; Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York conducted by Bruno Walter (Philips Minigroove ABL.3139; U.K.Import);

*** “A German Requim(Ein Deutsches Requim, Op.45)// Songs of Brahms”; Kathleen Battle, Hakan Hagegard; Chicago Symphony Chorus; Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by James Levine (1984; 2-LP's Gatefold; RCA Red Seal Digital ARC2-5002);

*** “Great Men of Music”; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch (1975; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 543)

*** “Liebeslieder Op.52// Neue Liebeslieder Op.65”; Irmgard Seefried, Raili Kostia, Waldemar Kmentt, Eberhard Waechter' Erik Werba und Gunther Weissenborn, Piano (Deutsche Grammophon 138 792; German Import);

*** “Piano Concerto in D Minor for Piano and Orchestra, Op.15”; Rudolf Serkin, Piano; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks ML 5704);

*** “Piano Concerto in D Minor for Piano and Orchestra, Op.15”; Claudio Arrau, Piano; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini (Angel Records S 35892);

*** “Piano Concerto in D Minor for Piano and Orchestra, Op.15”; Claudio Arrau, Piano; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini (1961; Classics for Pleasure CFP 40028; U.K.Import);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in B Flat”; Gyorgy Sandor, Piano; Baden Baden Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Rolf Reinhart (1977; Funk and Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 4);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in B Flat”; Vladimir Ashkenazy, Piano; Bernhard Gunther, Solo Cellist; Berlin Opera Orchestra conducted by Leopold Ludwig (Angel Records ANG. 35649; U.K.Import);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in B Flat Major, Op.83”; Claudio Arrau, Piano; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini (1963; Classics for Pleasure CFP 40034; U.K.Import);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in B Flat Major for Piano and Orchestra, Op.83”; Leon Fleisher, Piano; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (1973 Columbia Odyssey Y 32222);

*** “Quintet in B Minor for Clarinet and Strings, Op.115”; Leopold Wlach, Clarinet; Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet (Westminster WL 5155);

*** “Rhapsody for Contralto, Male Chorus and Orchestra// Two Songs for Contrlto with Viola Obbligato// Sapphisches Ode, Op.94, No.4// Botschaft, Op.47, No.2”; Kathleen Ferrier; The London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Clemens Krauss (London ffrr LL.903);

*** “Symphony No.1 in C Minor, Op.68”; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer (Angel Records S-35481);

*** “Symphony No.1 in C Minor, Op.68”; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (RCA Victor Red Seal LD 2351);

*** “Symphony No.1 in C Minor, Op.68”; Vienna State Opera Orchestra conducted by Hans Swarowsky (Audio Fidelity FCS 50017);

*** “Symphony No.2 in D, Op.73”; NBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Arturo Toscanini (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1731);

*** “Symphony No.2 in D, Op.73// Tragic Overture, Op.81”; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1959);

*** “Symphony No.4 in E Minor, Op.98”; The Halle Orchestra conducted by Sir John Barbirolli (Pye Golden Ginea Collector Series GGS-14037);

*** “Symphony No.4 in E Minor, Op.98”; NBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Arturo Toscanini (RCA Victor Red Seal Lm 1713);

*** “Symphony No.4 in E Minor, Op.98”; Northwest German Radio Orchestra, Hamburg conducted by Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt (1962; Allegro AR-88059);

*** “Symphony No.4 in E Minor, Op.98”; Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York conducted by Bruno Walter (Columbia Masterworks ML-4472);

*** “Symphony No.4 in E Minor, Op.98”; Virtuoso Symphony of Londom conducted by Alfred Wallenstein (Audio Fidelity FCS 50001);

*** “21 Danses Bongroises”; Sinfonic Orchester de Hambourg conducted by Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt (Accord RC-704);

*** “Variations on a Theme of Haydn, Op.56a// Academic Festival Overture, Op.80// Tragic Overture, Op.81”; The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducte by Hans Knappertsbusch (London ffrr STS.15027; U.K.Import);

*** “Violin Concerto in D”; Henryk Szeryng, Violin; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pierre Montreux (RCA Victrola VIC 1028);

*** “Violin Concerto in D Major, Op.77”; David Oistrakh, Violin; Symphony Orchestra of Radio London conducted by Kiril Kondrashin (1972; VOX STPL 514.400);

*** “Violin Concerto in D Major// Hungarian Dances”; (1977; Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 17);

BRAHMS, JOHANNESVier ernste Gesange Op.121”// DVORAK, ANTONAus den Biblischen Liedern Op.99”; (Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Bariton' Jorg Demus, Piano (Deutsche Grammophon 138 644; German Import);

BRAIN, DENNISThe Art of Dennis Brain, Vol.3”; Mozart “Divertimento No.14 in B Flat, K.270/”/ Ibert “Trois Pieces Breves”// Gordon Jacob “Sextet” (Seraphim 60169);

BRASSENS, GEORGESGeorges Brassens No.2”; (Philips 844.751 BY; France Import);

BREAM, JULIANThe Art of Julian Bream”; Solo Guitar Pieces (1960; RCA Red Seal LSC 2448);

*** “Classic Guitar”; Guiliani, Diabelli, Mozart, Sor (1969; RCA Victor Red Seal LSC3073);

*** “Elizabethan Lute Songs”; Peter Pears, Tenor (RCA Red Seal LSC 3131; Mint Sealed);

*** “The Golden Age of English lute Music”; (12-page Booklet; RCA Victor Red Seal LD 2560);

*** “Lute Music from the Royal Courts of Europe”; (1967; RCA Red Seal LSC 2924);

BRITTEN, BENJAMINA Ceremony of Carols// Hymn to St.Cecilia// Missa Brevis”; Osian Ellis, Harp; Ian Hare, Organ; King's College Choir Conducted by David Willcocks (1982; Seraphim S-60217);

*** “String Quartet No.1 in D, Opus 25// Fantasy for Oboe and Strings, Opus 2”; Harold Gomberg, Oboe; Galimir String Quartet (Counterpoint/Esoteric Records CPT-504);

BRITTEN, BENJAMINMatinees Musicales, Op.24// Soirees Musicales, Op.9”// ARNOLD, MALCOLMEnglish Dances// Four Scottish Dances”; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Robert Irving (EMI/Capitol records G-7105);

BRUCH, MAXConcerto No.1 in G Minor for Violin and Orchestra, Op.26”; Nathan Milstein, Violin; Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York conducted by John Barbirolli (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Columbia Masterworks ML 2003);

*** “Scottish Fantasy, Op.46 for Violin with Orchestra and Harp// Konzerstuck, Op.84 for Violin and Orchestra”; Salvatore Accardo, Violin; Elisabeth Unger, Harp; Gewandhaus Orchestra, Leipzig conducted by Kurt Masur (1978; Philips Stereo 9500 423; Holland Import);

*** “Violin Concertos No.1, Op.26 and No.2, Op.44”; Salvatore Accardo, Violin; Gewandhaus Orchestra, Leipzig conducted by Kurt Masur (1978; Philips Stereo 9500 422; Holland Import);

*** “Violin Concerto No.3, Op.58// Adagio Appassionato, Op.57// Romance, Op.42”; Salvatore Accardo, Violin; Gewandhaus Orchestra, Leipzig conducted by Kurt Masur (1979; Philips Stereo 9500 589; Holland Import);

BRUCH, MAXScottish Fantasy, Op.46”// WIENIAWSKI, HENRYKConcerto No.1 in F Sharp Minor, Op.14”; Michael Rabin, Violin; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult (1980; Seraphim 60342);

BRUCKNER, ANTONSymphonie Nr.1 c-moll (Linzer Fassung)”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Eugen Jochum (Deutsche Grammophon 139 131; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.4 in E Flat Romantic”; Concertgebouw-Orchester, Amsterdam conducted by Bernard Haitink (1981; Philips Stereo 6527 101);

*** “Symphony No.9 in D Minor”; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zubin Mehta (1965; CS.6462; U.K.Import);

BRUCKNER, ANTONTe Deum”; Philharmonic-Symphony of New York conducted by Bruno Walter// MAHLER, GUSTAVKindertotenlieder” Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Bruno Walter (Columbia Masterworks ML 4980);

BYRD, WILLIAMMass for Five Voices// Magnificat and Nunc Dimittiss from the Great Service// Ave verum Corpus”; The Choir of King's College, Cambridge conducted by David Willcocks (1960; Argo ZRD 5226; U.K.Import);

*** “Mass in Five Parts”; Elizabethan Singers directed by Louis Halsey (Saga/Pan SPAN 6204; U.K.Import);

CABALLE, MONTSERRATPresenting Montserrat Caballe”; Bellini and Donizetti Arias; Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Carlo Felice Cillario (1966; RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2862);

CALDARA, ANTONIOIl Guioco del Quadriglio// Vola il Tempo// Che Dite, O Miei Pensieri ?// Four Canons”; Soloist and Instrumentalists of the Societa Cameristica di Lugano under the direction of Edwin Loehrer (Nonesuch H-1103; Mint Sealed);

CALLAS, MARIACallas sings Lucia”; Scenes from Lucia di Lammermoor (Angel Records ANG. 35382; U.K.Import);

CARLOS, WALTERCarlos Walter and the Well-Tempered Synthisizer”; Electronic Performances of Bach, Monteverdi, Scarlatti, Handel (Columbia Masterworks MS 7286);

CAROL, NORMANViolin Favorites”; Kreisler, Chopin, Sarasate, Tartini, Fiocco; Julius Levine, Piano (RCA Camden CAL 419);

CARRERAS, JOSEJose Carreras Singt Opernarien”; Verdi, Puccini, Rossini, Donizetti (Philips Stereo 6598 533; Holland Import);

*** “Opera Arias; Verdi, Donizetti, Rossini”; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jesus Lopez-Cobos (1981; Philips Stereo 9500 977; Holland Import);

CARROLL, CHRISTINAFamous Opera Arias”; Austrian Symphony Orchestra conducted by Wilhelm Loibner (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Remington R-149-41);

CARTER, ELLIOTTSonata for Violoncello and Piano (Bernard Greenhouse, Cello; Anthony Makas, Piano)// Sonata for Piano (Beveridge Webster, Piano”; (American Recording Society ARS-25);

CARUSO, ENRICOThe Best of Caruso”; (2-LP's Gatefold; RCA Victor Red Seal LM 6056);

*** “Caruso in “Faust”” with Farrar and Journet”; (RCA Victor Red Seal LCT 1103);

*** “Caruso in Song”; 14 Selections Never Before on LP (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2778);

*** “Caruso; Immortal Performances 1904-1906”; (1969; RCA Camden Classics VCC-1430);

*** “A Treasury of Immortal Performances – Caruso”; (RCA Victor Red Seal LCT 1007);

CASADESUS, ROBERT, GABY & JEANMozart; Concerto for Three Pianos in F Major, K.242// Bach; Concerto for Three Pianos in D Minoe; Italian Concerto”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks ML 5895);

CHANG, PAUL (Tenor) “Chinese Singing Ambassador”; Paul Mickelson, Pipe Organ; Charles Magnuson, Piani (CNEC CRS-7001);

CHANT GREGORIENLa Fete de Saint Michel, La Messe, L'Office”; Choeur des Moniales de l'Abbaye Notre-Dame d'Argentan direction Dom Joseph Gajard O.S.B. (Gatefold; Decca Stereophonique 7.524 A; France Import);

CHAPMAN, KEITHAirs and Arabesques”; The Wanamaker Grand Court Organ (1976; Stentorian Stereo SC-1724);

CHOPIN, FREDERICThe Beautiful Piano Themes of Chopin”; Eric Silver, Piano (Halo 5052);

*** “The Chopin Scherzos”; Artur Rubinstein, Piano (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2368);

*** “The Complete Polonaises”; Garrick Ohlsson, Piano (1973; 2-LP's Gatefold; Angel Records SB-3794);

*** “Concerto No.1 in E Minor, Op.11”; Van Cliburn, Piano; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (RCA Red Seal LSC-3147);

*** “Concerto No.1 in E Minor, Op.11”; Alexander Brailowsky, Piano; RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra conducted by William Steinberg (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1020);

*** “Concerto No.2 in F Minor, Op.21// Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise in E-Flat, Op.22”; Artur Rubinstein, Piano; Symphony of the Air conducted by Alfred Wallenstein (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2265);

*** “8 Polonaises, Op.26, Op.40, Op.53, Op.71”; Peter Frankl, Piano (Yorkshire Records RCC 22431);

*** “Eighteen Waltzes”; Aldo Ciccolini, Piano (Seraphim S-60252);

*** “Etudes Op.10, Op.25”; Tamas Vasary, Piano; 12 Etudes Op.10 and 12 Etudes Op.25 (Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft SLPEM 136 454; German Import);

*** “Festival of Hits”; (Deutsche Grammonphon 2538 121; German Import);

*** “The Four Scherzi// Prelude in C Sharp Minor/, Op.45/ Barcarolle in F Sharp, Op.60”; Vladimir Ashkenazy, Piano (1968; London ffrr Stereophonic CS.6562);

*** “The Great Horowitz Plays Favorite Chopin”; Vladimir Horowitz, Piano (1971; RCA Victrola VIC-1605);

*** “Great Men of Music”; (1977; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 555);

*** “Klavierkonzert Nr.1 e-moll, Op.11”; Cziffa, Klavier; Orchestre National de l”O.R.T.F. Leitung Manuel Rosenthal (Fontana Stereo 894 004 ZKY; Holland Import);

*** “My Favorite Chopin”; Van Cliburn, Piano (RCA Red Seal LSC-2576);

*** “19 Waltzes”; Cyprien Katsaris, Piano (1988; Musical Heritage Society MHS 912202);

*** “Nocturnes, Vol.1”; Artur Rubinstein, Piano (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2175);

*** “Nocturnes, Vol.1”; Stefan Askenase, Piano (Helidor 2548 140);

*** “Nocturnes, Vol.2”; Alexander Brailowsky, Piano (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2161);

*** “L'Oeuvre Integrale pour Piano et Orchestre”; Claudio Arrau, Piano; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Eliahu Inbal (3-LP's Boxed Set with Booklet; Philips Stereo; Holland Import);

*** “Piano Concerto No.1 in E Minor, Opus 11”; Mewton-Wood, Piano; Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Walter Goehr (Whitehall 33-5011);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in F Minor, Op.2// Fantaisie in F Minor, Op.49”; Witold Malcuzynski, Piano; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Paul Kletzki (Angel Records ANG. 35030; U.K.Import);

*** “Piano Pops Chopin Favorites”; George Baker and the Vienna Light Orchestra (Acorn Records 660);

*** “Polonaisen”; Shura Cherkassky, Piano (Deutsche Grammonphon 139 420; German Import);

*** “Polonaises”; Alexander Brailowsky, Piano (Columbia Masterworks MS 6305);

*** “Polonaises, Nocturnes, Etudes, Mazurkas”; (1977; Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 5);

*** “Sonata in B-Flat Minor, Op.35, “Funeral March”// Sonata in B Minor, Op.58”; Van Cliburn, Piano (RCA Red Seal LSC-3053);

*** “26 Preludes”; Paul Von Schilhawsky, Piano (1982 Musidisc RC 706);

*** “Waltzes (complete)”; Antonio Barbosa, Piano (1971; Connoiseur Society CS-2036);

CHOPIN, FREDERICPiano Concerto No.1, Op.11”; Emil Gilels, Piano; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy// LISTZ, FRANZPiano Concerto No.1 in E Flat Major”; Charles rosen, Piano; New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by John Pritchard (1983; CBS Records Great Performances MY 37804);

CHOPIN, FREDERICSonata, Op.65”;// PROKOFIEFF, SERGEISonata, Op.119”; Gregor Piatigorsky, Cello; Rudolf Firkusny, Piano (RCA Victor Red Seal LM2875);

CHOPIN, FREDERICLes Sylphides, Musique de Ballet”// SMETANA, BEDRICHLa Moldau – Par les Pres et les Bois de Boheme, Poemes Symphoniques”; Orchestre de la Societe des Concerts de Vienne” direction Karl Ritter (1981; Musidisc RC 836);

CLEMENCIC, RENE (renaissance and baroque recorders)// JACCOTTET, CHRISTIANE (spinet and harpsichord)The Bird Fancier's Delight and other dulcet discoures on the Recorder”; (1970; Vanguard Cardinal Series VCS-10086);

CLEMENTI, MUZIOPiano-Sonatas for four Hands”; Gino Gorini and Sergio Lorenzi, Pianos (1968; Gatefold; Telefunken SAWT 9599; German Import);

CLIBURN, VANMy Favorite Encores”; (1970; RCA Red Seal LSC-3185);

*** “A Romantic Collection”; (1976; RCA Red Seal ARL1-1176);

COATES, ERICThe Best of Eric Coates”; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Charles Grove (1968; Studio 2 Stereo TWO 226; U.K.Import);

*** “London Suite, and London Again Suite”; Eric Johnson and His Orchestra (Westminster Hi-Fi XWN 18951);

CONLEY, EUGENEOperatic Recital by Eugene Conley”; The New Symphony Orchestra conducted by Alberto Erede & Royalton Kisch (London ffrr LLP.26; U.K.Import);

CORELLI, ARCANGELOChristmas Concerto, Concerti No.s 6,7,8,12 from Op.6”; Academy of St.Martin-in-the-Fields conducted by Neville Marriner (1975; Argo Record Co. ZRG 828; U.K.Import)

CORELLI, ARCANGELOConcerto pour la nuit de Noel”// “Sonate en Re Mineur”// VIVALDI, ANTONIOSonate en Re Majeur”; Janos Starker, Violoncello; Marilyn Meyer, Piano; Orchestre Syphonique de Vienne direction Anton Heiller (Musidisc 30 RC 870; France Import);

COUPERIN, FRANCOISLecons de Tenebres (complete)”; Hugues Cuenod, Tenor; Gino Sinimberghi, Tenor; Franz Holetschek, Harpsichord and Organ; Richard Harand, Cello (Westminster WL 5387);

CROOKS, RICHARDArias, Richard Crooks (tenor)”; (RCA Victrola VIC-1464);

DART, THURSTON Masters of Early English Keyboard Music”; Harpsichord, Clavichord, Organ (1971; 5-LP's Boxed Set with Booklet; Editions de L'Oiseau-Lyre OLS 114-8; U.K.Import);

DAVIES, PETER MAXWELLDark Angels”; for Soprano & Guitar// WERNICK, RICHARDSongs of Remembrance” for Mezzo-Soprano & Shawm/English Horn/ Oboe”; Jan DeGaetani, Mezzo-Soprano; Oscar Ghiglia, Guitar; Philip West, Shawm/ English Horn/ Oboe (1977 Nonesuch Records H-71342);

DEBUSSY, CLAUDEClair de Lune; Piano Music of Debussy”; Aldo Ciccolini, Piano (Seraphim S-60253);

*** “Clare de Lune; A Debussy Piano recital”; Phillipe Entremont, Piano (Columbia Masterworks ML 5614);

*** “The Debussey Album”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (2-LP's Gatefold; Columbia Masterworks MG 30950);

*** “Fifteen Piano Pieces”; Walter Gieseking (Angel Records ANG. 35026);

*** “Great Men of Music”; (1976; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 548);

*** “Nocturnes, Iberia, Jeux”; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by Lorin Maazel (1979; London ffrr CS 7128);

*** “les Nocturnes – la Mer”; Orchestre des Cento Soli, Choeur de L'Opera de Paris direction Louis Fourestier (Musidisc 30 RC 745; France Import);

*** “Prelude a L'apres-Midi D'Un Faune// Jeux// Nocturnes”; Vienna New Symphony, Women's Chorus of the Vienna State Opera conducted by Max Goberman (Columbia Odyssey 32 16 0226);

*** “Walter Gieseking Interpreta Debussy”; Walter Gieseking, Piano (1980; Gatefold with 12-page Insert; Fabbri Editori; Italy Import);

DEBUSSY, CLAUDELa Mer”// RAVEL, MAURICEDaphnis et Chloe, Suite No.2// Pavane pour Une Infante Defunte”; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (Epic Records LC 3863);

DEBUSSY, CLAUDELa Mer”// RAVEL, MAURICEMother Goose”; L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande (Richmond High Fidelity B 19007);

DEBUSSY, CLAUDELa Mer”// RAVEL, MAURICERapsodie Espagnole”; Philharmonia Orchestra conducte by Herbert von Karajan (Angel Records ANG. 35081);

DEBUSSY, CLAUDELa Mer”; “Fetes”// RAVEL, MAURICEDaphnis et Chloe, Suite No.2”; Concerts Colonne Orchestra, Paris conducted by Pierre Deraux (1976; Sine Qua Non SQN-7774);

DE FALLA, MANUEL “El Amor Brujo”// “Notti nei giardini di Spagna”; Shirley Verrett, Leopold Stokovski, Arthur Rubenstein, Ernest Ansermet (Gatefold with 8-page Insert; J grandi Concerti; Italy Import);

DELIBES, LEOCoppelia and Sylvia, Highlights”; L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande conducted by Ernest Ansermet (London ffrr CM.9046);

*** “Sylvia”; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Robert Irving (RCA Victor LM 2036);

DELIBES, LEO “”Coppelia” Ballet Suite”// CHOPIN, FREDERIC; DOUGLAS, ROYLes Sylphides”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammonphon 136 257; German Import);

DIAZ, ALIRIOThe Virtuoso Guitar Vol.2”; Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Vivaldi, Kohaut; I Solisti di Zagreb conducted by Antonio Janigro (Vanguard VSD-71152);

DI STEFANO, GIUSEPPEOperatic Recital”; (1959; London Ace of Diamonds SDD 2205);

DOHNANYIVariations on a Nursery Song for Piano and Orchestra, Op.25// Suite in F Sharp Minor, Op.19”; Bela Siki, Piano; Seattle Symphony Orchestra conducted by Milton Katims (Vox Turnabout TV-S 34623);

DONIZETTI, GAETANOLucia Di Lammermoor”; Joan Sutherland, Renato Cioni, Robert Merrill, Cesare Siepi; Orcheste and Chorus of L'Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Rome conducted by John Pritchard (3-LP's Boxed Set with 32-page Booklet; London ffss OS 25293; U.K.Import);

DOWLAND, JOHNAyres for 4 Voices”; Julian Bream, Lute; Golden Age Singers (1973; Westminster Gold WGM-8246);

*** “Songs & Ayres”; (Nonesuch Records H-71167);

DOWLAND, JOHN/ BYRD, WILLIAMThe English Lute”; Paul O'Dette, Lute (1979; Nonesuch Records H-71363);

DRAKE, SUSANEchoes of a Waterfall; Romantic Harp Music of the 19th Century”; Susan Drake, Harp (1982; Hyperion A66038; Record, German Import; Sleeve, U.K.Import);

DRIEDGER, HILDA/ BRAUN, MARIONSongs of Comfort and Love”; Hilda Driedger, Contralo; Marion Braun, Piano and Harpsichord (Hilmar Records HM-1001);

DURANTE, FRANCESCOFour Concerti for String Orchestra and Basso Continuo”; Collegium Aureum play Original Instuments (1973; BASF/ Harmonia Mundi KHB 21681);

DVORAK, ANTONINConcerto in B Minor, Op.104”; Mstislav Rostropovich, Cello; Royal philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult (Seraphim S-60136);

*** “Concerto in B Minor, Opus 104 for Cello and Orchestra”; Paul Tortelier, Cello; Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra conducted by Otto Ackermann (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Musical Masterpiece Society MMS-2006);

*** “Great Men of Music”; (1976; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL-554);

*** “Konzert fur Violoncello und Orchester h-moll Op.104”; Pierre Fournier, Violoncello; Berliner Philharmoniker dirigent George Szell (Deutsche Grammonphon 138 755; German Import);

*** “New World Symphony No.5 in E Minor”; The Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Erich Leinsdorf ( Pickwick SPC-4005);

*** “Slavonic Dances”; London Symphony Orchestra directed by Jean Martinon (RCA Victrola VICS 1054);

*** “Slavonic Dances Opus 46 Nos.1 through 8”; Vienna Tonkunstler Symphony Orchestra (Plymouth P12-44);

*** “Slovanske Tance”; Czech Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zdenek Kosler (1980; 2-LP's Gatefold; Suppraphon 1110 2981; Czechoslaovakia Import);

*** “Symphony No.5 in E Minor, Op.95 (From the New World)”; Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Fritz Reiner (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2214);

*** “Symphony No.5 in E Minor, Op.95 “New World” Third and Fourth Movements”; Strauss Festival; (The Webster Library of the World's Greatest Music);

*** “Symphony No.8 (4) in G Major”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Rafael Kubelik (Deutsche Grammonphon 139 181; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.8 (old No.4) G Major, Op.88”; Czech Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Vaclav Neumann (1978; Quintessence PMC 7119);

*** “Symphonie Nr.9 e-moll op.95 “Aus der Neuen Welt”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Rafael Kubelik (Deutsche Grammonphon 2530 415; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.9 in E Minor, “Fron the New World”; The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Rafael Kubelik (London Ace of Diamonds SDD.128);

DVORAK, ANTONINCello Concerto in B Minor”// FAUREElegie for Cello and Orchestra”; Janos Starker, Cello; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Walter Susskind (Angel Records ANG. 35417; U.K.Import);

DVORAK, ANTONINSymphony No.5 in E Minor (“From the New World”)”// SMETANA, BEDRICHThe Moldau”; The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Angel Records S. 35615);

ELGAR, EDWARDEnigma Variations, Op.36// Cockaigne Overture, Op.40// Serenade for String Orchestra, Op.20”; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham (Columbia Masterworks ML 5031);

*** “John Ogdon Plays Elgar”; Quintet in A Minor/ Concert Allegro// Sonatina// Adieu// Serenade”; John Ogden, Piano; The Allegri Quartet (Angel Records S. 36686)

*** “Pomp and Circumstance Marches, Op.39// Cockaigne Overture, Op.40// God Save The Queen”; The London Philharmonic Orchestra directed by Sir Georg Solti (1977; London ffrr Stereophonic CS.7072);

*** “Symphony No.2 in E Flat”; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Geoeg Solti (1976; London ffrr Stereophonic; U.K.Import);

*** “Violin Concerto in B Minor, Op.61”; Yehudi Manuhin, Violin; New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult (Angel Records S. 36330);

ELGAR, EDWARDSea Pictures”// MAHLER, GUSTAV Five Songs from Ruckert”; Janet Baker, Mezzo-Soprano (Angel Records S-36796);

ENTREMONT, PHILIPPEClare de Lune; The World's Favorite Piano Music”; Philippe Entremont, Piano (3-Lp's Boxed Set; Columbia Masterworks D3S 791);

*** “Greatest Hits/ The Piano”; The World's Best Loved Piano Pieces (1972; CBS Masterworks M 31406);

*** “Grieg “Concerto in A Minor for Piano and Orchestra, Op.16/ Moussorgsky “Pictures at an Exhibition”); The Philadelphia Orchestre conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks ML 5301);

FALLA, MANUAL DE “The Three Cornered Hat – Suites 1 & 2”// RAVEL, MAURICE “Rapsodie Espagnole”// CHABRIER, ALEXIS EMMANUEL “Espana”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Riccardo Muti (1980; Angel records Digital S-37742);

FAURE, GABRIELRequim and Pavane”; Choir of King's College, Cambridge, David Willcocks conducting; John Carol Case (baritone); Robert Chilcott (treble); John Wells (organ); New Philharmonia Orchestra (Seraphin Records S-60096);

FIEDLER, ARTHUR; AND THE BOSTON POPS ORCHESTRAGreat Moments of Music Volume 1; The Symphony”; (1980; Time Life Records STLS-6001);

*** “Great Moments of Music Volume 2; Overtures”; (1980; Time Life Records STLS-6002);

*** “Great Moments of Music Volume 3; Concertos”; (1980; Time Life Records STLS-6003);

*** “Great Moments of Music Volume 4; Opera”; (1980; Time Life Records STLS-6004);

*** “Great Moments of Music Volume 5; Rhapsodies”; (1980; STLS-6005);

*** “Liebestraum”; (RCA Victor Red Seal LM-2546);

*** “Opera Without Singing”; (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; RCA Victor Red Seal LRM 7045);

*** “Waltzes by the Strauss Family”; (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2028);

*** “William Tell; Fiedler's Favorite Overtures”; (Quintessence PMC 7013);

FIEDLER, ARTHUR; AND THE BOSTON POPS ORCHESTRA/ NERO, PETER (piano) Peter Nero “Fantasy and Improvisations(Blue Fantasy)”; for Piano, Jazz Bass and Drums and Symphony Orchestra// George Gershwin “Concerto in F”; (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 3025);

FOORT, REGINALD, F.R.C.O. (organ) “The Organ in Symphony Hall Vol.1” (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Cook Sounds of Our Times 1054);

FORMAN, STEVEThe Eclectic Mouse; Everything I've Got”; Suite for Voice, Wind Ensemble, Percussion snd Electric Instuments (Gatefold; Capitol Records SKAO-395);

FOX, VIRGIL (organ)Virgil Fox Plays the Classics”; Performed on the Aeolian-Skinner Organ of the Riverside Church in New York City (Angel Records S-36052);

FRANCESCATTI, ZINO (violin)Paganini “Concerto No.1 in D Major”; with the Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy// Saint-Saens “Concerto No.3 in B Minor, Op.61”; with The New York Philharmonic conducted by Dimitri Mitropoulos” (Columbia Masterworks MS 6268);

*** “Sir William Walton “Concerto for Violin and Orchestra” Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy// Edouard Lalo “Symphonie Espagnole for Violin and Orchestra , Op.21 (P.D.)”; New York Philharmonic conducted by Dimitri Mitropoulos”; (Columbia Odyssey Y 33229);

FRANCK, CESARChorale No.1 in E Major// Chorale No.2 in B Minor// Chorale No.3 in A Minor”; Albert Schweitzer, Organ (Columbia Masterworks ML 5128);

*** “Symphony in D Minor”; The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Golschmann (Pickwick PC-4012);

FRANCK, CESARVariations Symphoniques”// DEBUSSY, CLAUDEPrelude a L'apres-Midi D'un Faune”; The Austrian Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jean Moreau (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Plymouth P-10-67);

FRANCK, CESARSymphonic Variations for Piano and Orchestra”// D'INDY, VINCENTSymphony an a French Mountain Air for Piano and Orchestra”; Robert Casadeus, Piano; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Odyssey Y 31274);

FRANCK, CESARSynphony in D Minor”// LISZT, FRANZLes Preludes”; The New Symphony Orchestra of London conducted by Sir Adrian Boult (1977; Quintessence PMC 7050);

FRANCK, CESARPsyche (A Symphonic Poem)”// PROKOFIEV, SERGEISinfonietta in A, Op.48”; Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jemal Dalgat (1974; ABC/Westminster Gold WGS-8295);

FRIEDMAN, ERICK (violin)Chausson, Sarasate, Saint-Saens, Ravel, Wieniawski”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent (1964; RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2689);

*** “Virtuoso Favorites”; Brooks Smith, Piano; (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2671);

GABRIELI, GIOVANNIThe Glory of Venice”; Brass and Choral Music; The Ambrosian Singers with Strings and Brass conducted by Denis Stevens (Angel Records S. 36443);

GALWAY, JAMES (flute) “James Galway Plays Stamitz, Two Concertos// C.P.E. Bach; Unaccompanied Sonata”; New Irish Chamber Orchestra conducted by Andre Prieur (1980; RCA Red Seal ARL1-3858);

*** “Man with the Golden Flute”; National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Charles Gerhardt (1976; RCA Red Seal LRL1-5094);

GEMINIANI, FRANCESCOThe Enchanted Forest”// VIVALDI, ANTONIOConcerto in D Major for Two Violins”; The CBC Vancouver Orchestra conducted by John Eliot Gardiner (1983; CBC Records SM5017);

GERSHWIN, GEORGE “An American in Paris// Suite from “Porgy and Bess” (Catfish Row)// Rhapsody in Blue// I Got Rhythm, Variations for Piano and Orchestra”; St.Louis Symphony Orchestra conducted by Leonard Slatkin (Funh and Wagnalls Great Music of Our Tims FW 401);

*** “Concerto in F// An American in Paris// Rhapsody in Blue”; Jerome Lowenthal, Pianp; Utah Symphony Orchestra conducted by Maurice Abravanel (1967; Vanguard Cardinal Series VCS-10017);

*** “Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue”; Oscar Levant, Piano; Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (2-LP's; Columbia Masterworks J88);

*** “Piano Concero in F// Rhapsody in Blue”; Raymond Lowenthal, Piano; Metropolitian Orchestra conducted by Oscar Dannon (1979; Quintessence PMC-7115);

*** “Previn Plays Gershwin; Rhapsody in Blue// Concerto in F// An American in Paris”; Andre Previn, Piano; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn (Gatefold; Angel Records SFO-36810);

*** “Rhapsody in Blue”; Royale Concert Orchestra (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Royale 18101);

*** “Rhapsody in Blue// Concerto in F for Piano and Orchestra”; Julius Katchen, Piano; Mantovani and his Orchestra (London ffrr LL 1262);

*** “Rhapsody in Blue// Concerto in F for Piano and Orchestra”; Philippe Entremont, Piano; Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks MS 7013);

*** “A Treasury of Immortal Performances; “An American in Paris” RCA Victor Orchestra conducted by Nathaniel Shilkret// “Rhapsody in Blue” Paul Whiteman and his Concert Orchestra”; George Gershwin, Piano (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; RCA Victor LPT 29);

GERSHWIN, GEORGERhapsody in Blue”// KUHNS, JOSEPHSymphony for Blues”; The Hamburg Symphony Orchestra conducted by Hans Jurgen Walther (Stereo-Fidelity SF-18);

GESUALDO, DON CARLOFive Madrigals// Five Motets”; For Five or Six Voices; Deller Consort (Camden Classics VCCS 1364);

GHIGLIA, OSCAR (guitar)Guitar Music of Four Centuries”; (Angel records S. 36282);

GIBBONS, ORLANDOThe Art of Orlando Gibbons”; The Telemann Society Chorus directed by Theodora Schulze (VOX STPL 514.010);

GIGLI, BENIAMINO (tenor)Beniamino Gigli, Tenor with Orchestral Accompaniment”; RCA Red Seal LM-2337);

*** “Canti Sacri (Sacred Songs) Recorded 1932-1947”; (Seraphim 60036);

*** “Great Voices of the Century”; (1971; Ember Records GVC 1; U.K.Import);

GILBERT AND SULLIVANThe Best of Gilbert and Sullivan”; James Verity conducts the 101 Strings Orchestra with The Buckingham Chorus (Yellow Vinyl; Mayfair Stereo 96675);

*** “The Best of Gilbert and Sullivan; Music from The Mikado, Iolanthe, H.M.S. Pinafore, The Pirates of Penzance, The Yeoman of the Guard”; Glyndebourne Festival Chorus and Pro Arte Orchestra conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent (Seraphim S-60149);

*** “Iolanthe, Yeoman of the Guard, Pinafore – Selections”; The Savoy Players and Orchestra (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Varsity LP6913);

*** “The Mikado”; The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company with the New Promenade Orchestra conducted by Isadore Godfrey (2-LP's; London ffrr LLP 189/90);

*** “The Mikado”; The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company with the New Symphony Orchestra of London conducted by Isidore Godfrey (1982; 2-LP's Gatefold; London Jubilee JL 42008);

*** “The Mikado – Highlights”; The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company with the New Promenade Orchestra conducted by Isidore Godfrey (Richmond High Fidelity R. 23055);

*** “Spindrift Liberate Pirates of Penzance”; (Steady Records S-111);

*** *The World of W.S.Gibert and Sullivan Vol.1.; H.M.S. Pinafore, Princess Ida, The Mikado, The Gondoliers, Patience”; The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company with the New Symphony Orchestra of London Conducted by Isidore Godfrey and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent (1970; London SPA. 4003);

*** “The World of W.S.Gilbert and Sullivan Vol.2; The Yeomen of the Guard, Iolanthe, The Pirates of Penzance, Ruddigore”; The D'Oyle Carte Opera Company with Various Orchestras (1970; London SPA. 4006);

GILBERT AND SULLIVANThe Mikado – Orchestral Highlights”// STRAUSS, JOHANNEmperor Waltz”; Europa Symphony Orchestra (Plymouth P-12-120);

GOBBI, TITOThe Art of Tito Gobbi; The Early Recordings; Unpublished Recordings of 1955, Italian Songs”; (3-LP's Boxed Set with 8-page Booklet; The HMV Treasury/EMI Records RLS 738; U.K.Import);

GOLDMARK, KARLRustic Wedding Symphony”; Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn (1980; Angel records S-37682);

GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAUSymphony “A Night in the Tropics”// “Grande Tarentelle for Piano and Orchestra”, Reid Nibley, Piano//GOULD, MORTONLatin-American Symphonette”; Utah Symphony Orchestra conducted by Maurice Abravanel (Vanguard Everyman Classics SRV-275SD);

GRAINGER, PERCYThe Historic Percy Grainger Piano Roll (1919); Edvard Greig “Concerto in A Minor, Op.16” Sydney Symphony Orchestra conducted by John Hopkins// “Grainger Favorites” Leopold Stokowski and His Symphony Orchestra”; (1978; Gatefold; RCA Red Seal ARL1-3059);

GREGORIAN CHANTVespers of the Holy Trinity// Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament”; Choir of the Monks of Saint-Pierre de Solesmes Abbey director Dom Jean Claire O.S.B.; Dom Claude Gay, Organ (1976; London ffrr OS.26431; U.K.Import);

GRIEG, EDVARDExcerpts from the Peer Gynt Suites and Other Grieg Copositions”; Hall Concert Orchestra conducted by Donaldson Hall (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Varsity LP 6924);

*** “Peer Gynt Suites No.1 & 2// Lyric Suite Op.54”; Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler (1976; RCA Gold Seal AGL1-1524);

*** “Piano Concerto// Music from Peer Gynt”; Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Odd Gruner-Hegge (Camden Classics VCCS 1067);

*** “Piano Concero in A Minor// Peer Gynt Suite No.1”; (1977; Funk and Wagnells Family Library of Great Music Album 7);

*** “Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op.16”; Alexander Jenner, Piano; The Bavarian Radio Orchestra conducted by Odd Gruner-Hegge// “Two Elegiac Melodies for String Orchestra, Op.34”; The S.W. German Chamber Orchestra conducted by Friedrich Tilegant (World Record Club TP. 63; U.K.Import);

*** “Symphony in C Minor”; Bergen Symphony Orchestra conducted by Karsten Andersen (1981; London ffrr LDR 71037; Holland Import);

GUARRERA, FRANKGreat Baritone Arias from Italian Operas”; The Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera Association of New Yoyk City conducted by Fausto Cleva (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Columbia Masterworks ML-2114);

GUEDEN, HILDEMozart and Verdi Arias”; The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Clemens Krauss (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; London ffrr LPS.485);

GUTIERREZ, HORACIO (piano)Greig; Concerto in A Minor// Schumann; Concerto in A Minor”; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Klaus Tennstedt (1978; Angel Records S-37510);

HANDEL, GEORGE FREDERICThe Christmas Portion of Handel's Messiah”; First Baptist Church Choir, Dallas, Texas (Zondervan Victory Recording ZLP-545);

*** “Coronation Anthems (1727); The King Shall Rejoice// Zadok the Priest// Let Thy Hand be Strengthened My Heart is Inditing”; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; English Chamber Orchestra directed by Philip Ledger (1983; Angel Records Digital S-37969);

*** “The Electronic Messiah; Music from Handel's Oratorio Messiah”; The Elmer Iseler Singers and the “Synthascope” Digital Synthesizer Ensemble (1982; The Moss Music group (Canada) Inc.; D-MMG-113);

*** “The Faithful Shepherd (Il Pastor Fido)”; Opera in 3 Acts, Sung in Italian; The Columbia Chamber Orchestra conducted by Lehman Engel (Columbia Masterworks ML 4685);

*** “Highlights from Handel's Messiah”; Adele Addison, Soprano; David Lloyd, Tenor; Russell Oberlin, Countertenor; William Warfield, Baritone; The Westminster Choir director John Finley Williamson; New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein (Columbia Masterworks XMS 6928);

*** “Highlights from Handel's Messiah”; Elizabeth Harwood, Norma Procter, Alexander Young, John Shirley-Quirk; The Royal Choral Society and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent (1979; Quintessence PMC-7080);

*** “Highlights from Messiah// Music for the Royal Fireworks// Highlights from the Water Music”; (1977; Funk and Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 18);

*** “The Magnificent Mr. Handel”; Concertos, Curtain Tunes, Marches, Ayres and Divers Pieces; E. Power Biggs, Organ; The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Charles Groves (Columbia Masterworks M 30058);

*** “Messiah”; Based on the First London Performance of March 23, 1743; Elly Ameling, Philip Langridge, Anna Reynolds, Gwynne Howell; The Acedemy and Chorus of St. Martin-in-the-Fields conducted by Neville Marriner (1976; 3-LP's Boxed Set with 12-page Booklet; Argo Record D18D3: U.K.Import);

*** “Messiah”; Chorus & Orchestra of the Handel & Haydn Society conducted by Thomas Dunn; Diana Hoagland, Barbara Wallace, Pamela Gore, George Livings, David Evitts (1977; 3-LP's Boxed Set with 8-page Booklet; Sine Qua Non SA-2015/3);

*** “Messiah”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy; The Mormon Tabernacle Choir director Richard P. Condie; Eileen Farrell, Martha Lipton, Davis Cunningham, William Warfield (2-LP's Gatefold; Columbia Masterworks M2S-607);

*** “Messiah”; The Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Grace Hoffman, Nicolai Gedda, Jerome Hines (3-LP's Boxed Set with 20-page Booklet; Angel Records SCL 3657);

*** “Messiah”; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent; Elizabeth Harwood, Norma Procter, Alexander Young, John Shirley-Quirk (3-LP's Boxed Ser; Reader's Digest/RCA Custom);

*** “Messiah the Great Choruses & Arias”; Elsie Morison, Marjorie Thomas, Richard Lewis; Huddersfield Choral Society & Royal Liverpool Philharmonic conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent (Seraphim S-60220);

*** “Messiah (Highlights)”; Mattiwilda Dobbs, Grace Hoffman, Leopold Simoneau, Heinz Rehfuss; The Chorus and Orchestra of The Handel Society of London Conducted by Walter Goehr (Perfect Stereo PS 15006);

*** “Messiah (Highlights)”; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Malcoln Sargent; Huddersfield Choral Society chorus master Herbert Bardgett (Angel Records ANG. 35551; U.K.Import);

*** “Music for the Royal Fireworks; Concerto in B Flat for Double Woodwind Choir// Concerto for Solo Violin and Strings”; The Menuhin Festival Orchestra conducted by Yehudi Menuhin (Angel Records S-36604);

*** “Music for the Royal Fireworks// Water Music”; Colin Tilney, Harpsichord Continuo; Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields conducted by Neville Marriner (1972; Argo Records ZRG 697; U.K.Import);

*** “The Organ Concertos of Handel; Nos. 7-12 (Op.7, Nos.1-6)”; E Power Biggs, Organ; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult (2-LP's Boxed Set; Columbia Masterworks M2L 261);

*** “The Royal Fireworks - Suite// The Water Music – Suite”; Eduard Van Beinum conducting Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam and London Philharmonic Orchestra (Richmond High Fidelity B 19101);

*** “Six Concerti Grossi, Opus 3”; Thurston Dart, Harpsichord and Organ; The Boyd Neel Orchestra conducted by Boyd Neel (1972; London Ace of Diamonds SDD 2193);

*** “Sonatas for Recorder, Op.1”; Hans-Martin Linde, Recorder; Gustav Leonhardt, Harpsichord (1969; RCA Camden Classics VCCS-1429); (1969; RCA Victrola VICS-1429);

*** (Haendel, Georg-Friedrich) “Trois Sonates pour Flute et Clavecin// Concerto pour Harpe et Orchestre// Suite du Ballet :Terpsichore””; Orchestre de L'Association des Concerts Pasdeloup direction Gerard Devos (Musidisc 30 RC 680; France Import);

*** “The Water Music” (complete)”; Collegium Aureum, Franz Josef Maier, Concert Master; Performed in the Original Instrumentation (1978; Quientessence PMC-7085; Mint Sealed);

*** “Water Music (complete version)”; The Telemann Society Orchestra conducted by Richard Schulze (1963; Yorkshire Records RCC 22433);

*** “Water Music (Orchestral Concerto No.25)”; Wolfgang Meyer, Harpsichord; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Rafael Kubelik (Deutsche Grammonphon 2535 137);

*** “Water Music; Suite No.1,2 ,3”; Leslie Pearson, Harpsichord; English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Raymond Leppard (Philips Stereo 6500 047; Holland Import);

*** “The World of Handel”; (London Stereophonic SPA 4087);

HAYDN, FRANZ JOSEPHConcerti for Lira, No1 in F, No.3 in C, No.5 in G”; Hugo Ruf, Lira”; Turnabout TV 34055S);

*** “Concerto pour cor Francais et Orchestre en re Majeur// Concerto pour Trompette et Orchestre en mi Bemol Majeur”; Orchestre de Chambre de Moscou, direction Rudolph Barchai (Musidisc 30 RC 864; France Import);

*** “Concertos for Flute and Horn; Flute Concerto in D Major (Haydn/Leopold Hoffman)// Horn Concerto No.1 in D Major”; Erich Penzel, Horn; Hans-Martin Linde, Flute; Collegium Aureum (1978; Quintessence PMC-7124; Mint Sealed);

*** “The Creation” sung in English”; Judith Raskin, Soprano; John McCollum, Tenor; Chester Watson, Bass; Musica Aeterna Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Frederic Waldman (2-LP's Boxed Set; MCA Records MCA2-10001);

*** “Great Men of Music”; (1976; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 549);

*** “La Fedelta Premiata”; Suisse Romande Radio Chorus chorus master Andre Charlet; Lusanne Chamber Orchestra conducted by Antal Dorati (1976; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 20-page Booklet; Philips Stereo 6707 028; Holland Import);

*** “Music for Lute and Strings”; Michael Schaffer, Lute; Eva Nagora, Violin; Franz Beyer, Viola; Thomas Blees, Cello (Turnabout Vox TV 34227);

*** “6 Flute Quartets, Opus 5”; Jean-Pierre Rampal, Flute; Trio a Cordes Francais (Angel Records ANG. 36226);

*** “Sonatas for Keyboard, Volume 1 Twenty Early Works”; Fritz Neumeyer, Harpsichord-Clavichord-Hammerflugel (4-LP's Boxed Set; Vox Records SVBX 573);

*** “Streichquartette Op.71, Nos.1-3, Op.74, Nos.1-3”; Amadeus-Quartett (1979; 3-LP's Boxed Set with 12-page Booklet; Deutsche Grammonphon 2562 103/104/105; West German Import);

*** “Streichquartette Op.76 & Op.77”; Amadeus Quartett (4-LP's Boxed Set with 4-page Booklet; Deutsche Grammonphon 2734 001; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.21 in A Major// Symphony No.22 in E-Flat Major”; The Vienna State Opera Orchestra conducted by Max Goberman (Columbia Odyssey 32 16 0374; Mint Sealed);

*** “Symphony No.22 in E Flat (The Philosopher)// Symphony No.90 in C”; L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande conducted by Ernest Ansermet (London ffrr CS.6481; U.K.Import);

*** “Symphonies No.31 in D Major (Hornsignal)// No.19 in D Major// No.45 in F Sharp Minor (Farewell)”; The Little Orchestra of London conducted by Leslie Jones (Pye Golden Guinea Collector Series GGS-14001);

*** “Symphony No.44 in E Minor, 'Trauer'// Symphony No.48 in C Major, 'Maria Theresia'”; Vienna Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Jonathan Sternberg (Hatdn Society HSLP 1003-B);

*** “Symphony No.45 in F Sharp Minor 'Farewell'// Symphony No.42 in D”; Philharmonia Hungarica conducted by Antal Dorati (1972; Decca Ace of Diamonds SDD-414; U.K.Import);

*** “Symphony No.93 in D Major// Symphony No.94 in G Major, 'Surprise'”; Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (Columbia Masterworks MS 7006);

*** “Symphony No.94 in G Major, “Surprise'// Symphony No.100 in G Major, 'Military'”; Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Henry Swoboda (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Musical Masterpiece Society MMS-59);

*** “Symphony No.94 in G Major 'Surprise'// Symphony No.103 in E Flat 'Major 'Drumroll'”; Philharmonia Hungarica conducted by Antal Dorati (Mercury Wing SRW. 18077);

*** “Symphony No.104 in D Major 'Bag Pipe'”; Munchner Symphoniker conducted by Alfred Sedlmayer (1977; Euphoria E 2016);

*** “3 Orgelkonzerte”; Bamberger Symphoniker conducted by Gerd Albrecht (Deutsche Grammonphon 139 302; German Import);

*** “The Three Organ Concertos”; E. Power Biggs, Organ; The Columbia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Zoltan Rozsnyai (Columbia Masterworks MS 6682);

*** “Trumpet Concerto in E Flat Major// Horn Concerto No.2 in D Major// Oboe Concerto in C Major”; Walter Gleisle, Trumpet; Karl Arnold, Horn; Freidrich Milde, Oboe; Pro Musica Orchestra, Stuttgart conducted by Rolf Reinhardt (Tunabout TV 4031);

HERBERT, VICTORSelections from Naughty Marietta and The Fortune Teller”; Philadelphia Orchestra “Pops” conducted by Eugene Ormandy (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Columbia Masterworks AAL-29);

HICKMAN, DAVID (trumpet)Rafael Mendez 'Scherzo in D Minor'// Kent Kennan “Sonata for Trumpet and Piano'// Joseph Turrin 'Caprice'// Norman Dello Joio 'Sonata for Trumpet & Piano'”; Eric Dalheim, Piano (1981; Crystal Records S368);

HINDEMITH, PAULMathis der Maler”; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, James King, Urszula Koszut, Rose Wagemann, William Cochran, Peter Meven; Bavarian Radio Chorus, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Rafael Kubelik (1979; 3-LP's Boxed Set with 32-page Booklet; Angel Records SZCX-3869);

HOLDRIDGE, LEEHoldridge Conducts Holdridge”; Classical Compositions and Film Music; Lee Holdridge conducts London Symphony Orchestra and Los Angeles String Orchestra (1978; Varese Saarbande Records DBX 81081);

HOLLANDER, LORIN (piano)Polonaise”; RCA Camden CAL 534);

HOLST, GUSTAVThe Planets”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (1981; Deutsche Grammonphon 2532 019; German Import);

*** “The Planets”; Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra with the female voices of the Los Angeles Master Chorale conducted by Zubin Mehta (1971; London ffrr Stereophonic CS.6734; U.K.Import);

*** “The Planets”; New York Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Leonard Bernstein (1981; Great Performances/CBS Records MY 37226);

*** “The Planets”; Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra conducted by Walter Susskind (1975; Tunabout QTV-S34598);

HORNE, MARILYNFrench and Spanish Songs”; Music by Bizet, Debussy, Falla, Nin; Martin Katz, Piano (1974; London ffrr Stereophonic OS 26301; U.K.Import);

HOROWITZ, VLADIMIRHorowitz at Carnegie Hall – An Historic Return”; Recorded May 9, 1965; Bach-Busoni, Schumann, Scriabin, Chopin, Debussy, Moszkowski (2-LP's Gatefold; Columbia Masterworks M2S 728);

*** “Horowitz in London”; Selections from his Historic International Telecast, Recorded Lin in Royal Festival Hall May 22, 1982; Chopin, Schumann, Scriabin (1983; RCA Red Seal Digital ARC1-4572);

HOTTER, HANS (bass)Great German Songs; Schubert, Schumann, Strauss”; Gerald Moore, Piano (8-page Booklet; Angel Records ANG. 35583; U.K.Impoort);

HUMPERDINCKHansel and Gretel (highlights)”// OFFENBACHTales of Hoffman (highlights)”; Orchestra of the Berlin Municipal Opera conducted by Wolfgang Martin (Telefunken TC. 8028);

HURFORD, PETER (organ)The Organ at the Sydney Opera House; Bach 'Toccata & Fugue'// Widor 'Toccata'”; (1983; Argo Digital Recording ZRDL 1016; Holland Import);

IVES, CHARLESThe “Concord” Sonata”; John Kirkpatrick, Piano (Columbia Masterworks MS 7192);

JABLONSKI, MAREK (piano)Brahms; sonata in F Minor, Op.5// Intermezzo Op.117 No.1 in E Flat Major”; (CBC Radio Canada SM-106);

JOSQUIN (DES PRES) “Missa de Beata Virgine// Psalm 92 'Dominus Regnavit'// 'Hymn 'Ave Christe, Immolate'// Motet 'Tulerunt Dominum Meum'”; The Dessoff Choirs conducted by Paul Boepple (Turnabout Vox TV-S 34437; Mint Sealed);

*** “Missa Pange lingua// Missa La sol fa re mi// Plainchant; Pange lingua”; The Tallis Scholars directed by Peter Phillips (1986; Gatefold; Gimell Records 1585-09; U.K.Import);

KARS, JEAN-RODOLPHE (piano)Plays Messiaen and Listz”; 1969; London ffrr CS.6604; U.K.Import);

KETELBEY, ALBERTIn a Monastery Garden (The Immortal Works of Ketelbey)”; The New Symphony Orchestra of London conducted by Robert Sharples (London ffrr LL. 3141);

*** “The World of Albert Ketelbey”; The New Symphony Orchestra of London conducted by Robert Sharples (1972; London Stereo SPA. 4034);

KHATCHATURIAN (KHACHATURIAN), ARAMConcerto for Violin and Orchestra”; David Oistrakh, Violin; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Aram Khatchaturian (Angel Records ANG. 35244; U.K.Import);

*** “Gayne Ballet” – London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Antal Dorati// “Two Armenian Dances” – Eastman-Rochester Orchestra conducted by Frederick Fennell// “Mascarade Suite” and “Adagio of Spartacus and Phrygia” ; Orchestre National de L'Opera de Monte-Carlo conducted by Edouard van Remoortel”; 1980; Philips Stereo 6511 018);

KHACHATURIAN, ARAMConcerto for Piano and Orchestra”// PROKOFIEV, SERGEConcerto No.1 for Piano and Orchestra, Op.10”; Mindru Katz, Piano; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult (Vanguard Everyman Classics SVR-185);

KHACHATURIAN, ARAMGayne Ballet”// TCHAIKOVSKY, PETERRomeo and Juliet”; The London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Antal Dorati (Mercury Stereo SR-C90209);

THE KING'S SINGERSThe King's Singers' Madrigal Collection; English and Italian Madrigals”; (1974; EMI/His Masters Voice CSD. 3756; U.K.Import);

*** “10th Anniversary Concert; Song of the Renaissance”; (The Moss Music Group MMG 1101);

KIPNIS, IGORSpanish Music for Harpsichord”; Works by De Nebra, Soler, Scarlatti (Epic BC 1374);

KLOSE, MARGARETE (contralo) Margarete Klose in Recital”; Arias by Monteverdi, Handel, Gluck, Schubert (Urania Records URLP 7012);

KODALYHary Janos Suite”; The Austrian Symphony Orchestra conducted by Laszlo Halasz (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Remington RLP-149-44);

KOGAN, LEONID (violin)M.Bruch – F.Mendelssohn; Concertos for Violin and Orchestra”; Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Lorin Maazel (1977; C 10-09309-10; U.S.S.R Import);

KORNGOLD, ERICH WOLFGANGSymphony in F-Sharp, Op.40”; Munich Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Rudolf Kempe (1974; RCA Red Seal ARL1-0443);

KREISLER, FRITZ (violin)Fritz Kreisler plays Kreisler recorded 1930-1938”; (1982; EMI/Angel Records 1-37925);

LALO, EDOUARDSymphonie Espagnole”; Henryk Szeryng, Violin; Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Walter Hendl (RCA Victrola VICS 1064);

LALO, EDOUARDPiano Concerto in F Minor”// PIERNE, GABRIELPiano Concerto in C Minor, Op.14”; Marylene Dosse, Piano; Stuttgart Philharmonic conducted by Matthias Kuntzsch (1977; Candide QCE 31102);

LANZA, MARIOMario Lanza Sings Caruso Favorites”; Orchestra conducted by Paul Baron (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2393);

*** “Mario Lanza Sings his Favorite Arias”; Orchestra conducted by Ray Sinatra (RCA Victor Red Seal LSE (e) 2932);

LEHAR, FRANZFranz Lehar Memorial Album”; Al Goodman and his Orchestra (RCA Victor LK 1004);

*** “The Merry Widow (complete score)”; Dorothy Kirsten and Robert Rounseville; Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Lehman Engel (Columbia CL 838);

*** “The Merry Widow (highlights)”; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Hanny Steffek, Nicolai Gedda, Josef Knapp, Eberhard Waechter; Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Lovro von Matacic (Angel Records S. 36340);

LEHAR, FRANZThe Merry Widow (orchestral medley)”// STRAUSS, JOHANNOne Night in Venice (orchestral medley)”; Rias Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gerhard Becker (Remimgton Musirama R-177-170);

LEHAR, FRANZThe Merry Widow (orchestral medley)”// STRAUSS, JOHANNSymphonic Waltzes”; Viennese Symphony Orchestra (Plymouth P-12-112);

LEONCAVALLO, RUGGIEROLa Scala presents I Pagliacci”; Maria Callas, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Tito Gobbi, Nicola Monti, Rolando Panerai; Orchestra and Chorus of the Teatro Alla Scala, Milan directed by Tullio Serafin (2-LP's Boxed Set with 12-page Booklet; Angel Recprds 3527-(3S); U.K.Import);

*** “Pagliacci”; Placido Domingo, Teresa Stratas, Juan Pons; Coro & Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala, Milano conducted by Georges Pretre; Original Soundtrack ofFranco Zeffirelli's Film (1984; 2-LP's Gatefold with 8-page Insert; Philips 411 484-1; Holland Import);

*** “Pagliacci”; Mario Del Monaco, Cornell MacNeil, Gabriella Tucci; Chorus and Orchestra of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Rome conducted by Francesco Molinari-Pradelli (2-LP's Boxed Set with 12-page Booklet; London ffss OSA 1212; U.K.Import);

*** “Pagliacci; Pagine Scelte”; Lucine Amara, Mario Del Monaco, Leonard Warren, Charles Anthony, Mario Sereni; Orchestra e Coro del Teatro Metropolitan di New York directed by Dimitri Mitropoulos (Gatefold; I Gioelli Delia Lirica Album 11; Italy Import);

LEVANT, OSCAR (piano)Levant's Favorites”; (Columbia CL 1134);

LEWENTHAL, RAYMOND (piano)The Romantic Piano”; Liszt, Hensely, Rubinstein, Scharwenka; The London Symphony Orchestra (2-LP's Gatefold; Columbia Masterworks MG 35183);

LIADOV, ANATOLMusic of Liadov”; U.S.S.R. Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yevgeny Svetlanov (Angel/Melodiya SR-40159);

LIADOV, ANATOLBaba Yaga, Op.56// The Enchanted Lake, Op.62// Kiki Mora, Op.63// Eight Russian Folk Songs, Op.58”// BALAKIREVIslamey, Oriental Fantasy”; Bamberg Symphony conducted by Jonel Perlea (VOX STPL 510.280);

LICAD, CECILE (piano/klavier) Chopin; Piano Concerto No.2 for Piano/Klavier & Orchestra, Op.21”// Saint-Saens; Piano Concerto No.2 for Piano/Klavier & Orchestra, Op.22”; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn (1984; CBS Records Masterworks IM 39153);

LICARI, DANIELLEClassics pour Une Voix”; (Barclay 80512);

*** “Concerto pour Une Voix”; (1977; Barclay 45505);

LIPATTI, DINUGrieg; Concerto in A Minor, Opus 16” The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Alceo Galliera// “Schumann; Concerto in a Minor Opus 54” The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan”; (Columbia Masterworks ML 4525);

LISZT, FRANZFestival of Hits”; Mephisto Waltz; Hungarian Rhapsodies Nos.2 and 6; Dream of Love; Les Preludes (Deutsche Grammonphon 2538 160; German Import);

*** “Great Men of Music”; (1978; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 567);

*** “Les Preludes// Orpheus// Tasso, Lamento e Trionfo”; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Bernard Haitink (Philips Stereo 6570 056);

*** “The Music of Franz Liszt”; Hungarian Rhapsody No.2; Mazeppa; Les Preludes; Rakoczy March; Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2442);

*** “Piano Concerto No.1 in E Flat// Hungarian Fantasia”; Gyorgy Cziffra, Piano; Paris Conservatoire Orchestra conducted by Pierre Dervaux (Angel Records ANG. 35436; U.K.Import);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in A Major// Hungarian Rhapsodie No.6// Hungarian Fantasy for Piano and Orchestra”; (1977; Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 10);

*** “Tamas Vasary Spielt Franz Liszt”; Tamas Vasary, Piano (Deutsche Grammonphon 136 258; German Import);

*** “Wild About Liszt Vol.1”; Earl Wild, Piano (1978; Quintessence PMC 7096);

LISZT, FRANZHungarian Rhapsodies No.14 and 2”// BRAHMS, JOHANNESHungarian Dances No.1 to No.6”; Rias Symphony Orchestra conducted by Karl Rucht (Remington Musirama R-218);

LISZT, FRANZHungarian Rhapsodies 1,2,3” Members of the NBC Symphony Orchestra conductedby Leopold Stokowski// ENESCO, GEORGESRoumanian Rhapsodies, Op.1” Leopold Stokowski and his Orchestra”; (1976; Quintessence PMC 7023);

LOCKE, MATTHEWMusic of Matthew Locke for Voices and Viols”; The Elizabethan Consort of Viols director Dennis Nesbitt; The Golden Age Singers director Margaret Field-Hyde (Westminster Stereo WST 17082);

LOEWE, CARLBalleden”; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Bariton; Jorg Demus, Piano (Deutsche Grammonphon 139 416; German Import);

LORENGAR, PILARSpecial Release to Celebrate the Anniversary of Her San Francisco Opera Debut”; (1974; London ffrr Stereophonic OS.26381; U.K.Import);

MAHLER, GUSTAVDas Lied von der Erde (The Song of the Earth)”; Text by Hans Bethge from “The Chinese Flute”; Nan Merriman, Mezzo-Soprano; Ernst Haefliger, Tenor; Concertgebouw-Orkest Amsterdam conducted by Eugen Jochum (Deutsche Grammonphon 2535 184);

*** “Great Men of Music”; (1976; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 553);

*** “Mahler's Head”; The Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Geoeg Solti (1972; Orphic Egg OES. 6901);

*** “Symphonie Nr.1 “Der Titan”; Symphonie-Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks conducted by Rafael Kubelik (Deutsche Grammonphon 139 331; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.1”; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Erich Leinsdorf (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2642);

*** “Symphony No.1 in D “The Titan””; Columbia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bruno Walter (Columbia Odyssey Y 30047);

*** “Symphony No.1 in D Major (Titan)”; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Rafael Kubelik (Richmond High Fidelity B 19109);

*** “Symphonie Nr.2 c-moll (Auferstehungs-Symphonie)”; Norma Procter, Alto; Edith Mathis, Soprano; Chor und Symphonie-Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks conducted by Rafael Kubelik (2-LP's Gatefold; Deutsche Grammonphon 2707 043; German Import);

*** “Symphonie Nr.3 D-Moll”; Marjorie Thomas, Alto; Symphonie-Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks conducted by Rafael Kubelik (2-LP's Gatefold; Deutsche Grammonphon 2707 036; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.4 in G Major”; Desi Halban, Soprano; New York Philharmonic conducted by Bruno Walter (Columbia Odyssey 32 16 0026);

*** “Synphonie Nr.5 cis-moll”; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Barito; Symphonie-Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, conducted by Rafael Kubelik (2-LP's Gatefold; Deutsche Grammonphon 2707 056; German Import);

*** “Symphony of a Thousand (Symphony No.8 in E-Flat)”; Symphonica of London conducted by Wyn Morris (1973; 2-LP's Gatefold; RCA Red Seal CRL2-0359);

MALCOLM, GEORGE (harpsichord)The World of the Harpsichord”; (1972; London SPA 4052; Mint Sealed);

MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRAClassical Encores”; (London ffrr LL. 3269);

MARLOWE, SYLVIA (harpsichord)Haydn; Harpsichord Concerto in D”// Bach; Brandenburg Concerto No.5”; Isidore Cohen, Violin; Samuel Baron, Flute; Baroque Chamber Orchestra conducted by Daniel Saidenberg (Decca Gold Label Series DL 10130);

MARTINU, BOHUSLAVSymphony No.4// Tre Ricercari for Chamber Orchestra”; Czech Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Martin Turnovsky (Parliament PLPS 621);

MASCAGNI, PIETROCavalleria Rusticana// Overture “Le Maschere”// Intermezzo from “Guglielmo”, Act 2// Introduction and Hymn to the Sun from “Iris” Act 1”; Victoria de Los Angeles, Soprano; Franco Corelli, Tenor; Mario Sereni, Baritone; Adriana Lazzarini, Contralo; Corinna Vozza, Mexxo-Soprano; Chorus and Orchestra of The Opera House, Rome conducted by Gabriele Santini (2-LP's Boxed Set with 16-page Booklet; Angel Records 3632 B/L);

MASCAGNI, PIETROCavalleria Rusticana (highlights)”// LEONCAVALLO, RUGGERIOI Pagliacci (highlights)”; Montserrat Caballe, Jose Carreras etc...; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Riccardo Muti (1982; 4-page Text; Angel Records S-37884);

MASCAGNI, PIETROCavalleria Rusticana (highlights)”// LEONCAVALLO, RUGGERIOI Pagliacci (highlights)”; Jussi Bjoerling, Robert Merrill etc...; The Robert Shaw Chorale conducted by Robert Shaw; RCA Victor Orchestra conducted by Renato Cellini (RCA Victer Red Seal LM 1828);

MASCOGNI, PIETROCavalleria Rusticana”;// VERDI, GIUSEPPEOvertures “La Forza Del Destino”// La Traviata(Preludes to Act 1 and 3// I Vespri Siciliani”; Margaret Harshaw, Mildred Miller, Richard Tucker, Frank Guarrera, Thelma Votipka; The Chorus and Orchestra of The Metropolitan Opera Association conducted by Fausto Cleva (2-LP's Boxed Set; Columbia Masterworks SL-123);

MASSENET, JULESManon (excerpts)”; Beverly Sills, Nicolai Gedda, Gerard Souzay, Gabriel Bacquier; New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Julius Rudel (1972; Audio Treasury/ABC Records ATS-20013);

MASSENET, JULES//PUCCINI, GIACOMOA Portrait of Manon” Scenes from Massent “Manon” and Puccini “Manon Lescaut”; Anna Moffo; RCA Italiana Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Rene Leibowitz; With a Bonus 45-RPM of 2 Arias fron the 1 Act Opera “The Portrait of Manon” (2-LP's Boxed Set with 28-page Booklet; RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 7028);

MELCHIOR, LAURITZ (tenor)A Lauritz Melchior Recital”; Strauss, Puccini, Lehar etc...; (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; MGM Records E-109);

MENDELSSOHN, FELIX “Elijah”; Gwyneth Jones, Janet Baker, Nicolai Gedda, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Simon Woolf; Wandsworth School Boys' Choir; New Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos (3-LP's Boxed Set with 12-page Booklet; Angel Records SC-3738);

*** “A Mendelssohn Piano Recital “Fantasie in F Sharp Minor, Op.28”// “Variations Serieuses Op.54”// “Rondo Capriccioso Op.14”; Helmut Roloff, Piano (Mace MCS 9044);

*** “A Midsummer Night's Dream”; Rita Streich, Soprano; Diana Eustrati, Contralto; Bavarian Radio Chorus; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Ferenc Fricsay (Helioror 89.629);

*** “Midsummer Night's Dream”; Varsity Symphony Orchestra (Varsity 2031);

*** “A Midsummer Night's Dream (incidental music)”; Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Walter Goehr (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Musical Masterpiece Society MMS-125);

*** “A Midsummer Night's Dream – Incidental Music Op.21 and 61”; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by Artur Rodzinski (Columbia Masterworks ML 4032);

*** “Symphony No.4 in A Major, Op.90 “Italian”// Incidental Music to “A Midsummer Night's Dream”; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (1982; CBS Records Great Performances MY 37760);

*** “Symphony No.4 in A Major (Italian)”// “Music from A Midsummer Night's Dream”; (Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 11);

*** “Symphony No.4 in A Major, Op.90 “Italian”// Overtures “The Hebrides (Fingal's Cave), Op.26”; “Ruy Blas, Op.95”; “The Fair Melusina, Op.32”; L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande conducted by Ernest Ansermet (London Stereophonic CS 6436);

MENDELSSOHN, FELIXConcerto in E Minor, Op.64”// PROKOFIEFF, SERGEIConcerto No.2 in G Minor, Op.63”; Jascha Heifetz, Violin; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2314);

MENDELSSOHN, FELIX A Midsummer Night's Dream(incidental music)”// DEBUSSY, CLAUDEPetite Suite”// RAVEL, MAURICELe Tombeau de Couperin”; The Robin Hood Dell Orchestra of Philadelphia and NBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Fritz Reiner (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1724);

MENDELSSOHN, FELIXA Midsummer Night's Dream”; VON WEBER, CARL MARIAOvertures “Oberon” and “Der Freischutz”; Edith Mathis and Ursula Boese; Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Rafael Kublik (1986; Deutsche Grammonphon 415 840-1; German Import);

MENDELSSOHN, FELIXSonata No.6 in D Minor, Op.65”// BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIANA Bach Recital”; E. Power Biggs, Organ (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Columbia Masterworks ML 2076);

MENDELSSOHN, FELIXSymphony No.4 in A Major, Op.90 “Italian”// SCHUBERT, FRANZSymphony No.5 in B Flat Major”; The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Georg Solti (London ffss CS.6065);

MILANOV, ZINKAThe Art of Zinka Milanov”; Arias and Scenes from “Un Ballo in Maschera”, “La Forza del Destino”, “Il Trovatore”, “Aida”; RCA Victor Orchestra conducted by Renato Cellini (Victrola Camden Classics VCCS 1336);

*** “Milanov Operatic Arias”; La Boheme”, “Andrea Chenier”, “Madam Butterfly”, “Otello”, “Manon Lescaut”, “Rusalka”, “Gianni Schicchi”; RCA Victor Orchestra conducted by Richard Mohr (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2302);

MOFFO, ANNAArias from “Faust”, “La Boheme”, “Dinorah”, “Carmen”, “Semiramide”, “Turandot”, “Lakme”; Rome Opera House Orchestra conducted by Tullio Serafin (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2504);

MONTALBA, GEORGE (pipe organ)Pipe Organ Favorites”; The Mighty Wurlitzer recorded in Nice, France (Somerset Records P-2400);

MORLEY, THOMASCanzonets and Music from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book”; Valda Aveling, Harpsichord; The Ambrosian Consort director Denis Stevens (Oryx Recordings EXP 52; U.K.Import; Mint Sealed);

THE MORMON TABERNACLE CHOIRThe Lord's Prayer Volume II”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks MS 6367);

MOUSSORGSKY, MODESTPictures at an Exhibition”; Keith Chapman playing The Wanamaker Grand Court Organ (Stentorian Stereo SC 1710);

*** “Pictures at an Exhibition”; Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel; Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Fritz Reiner (RCA Victor LM 2201);

*** “Pictures at an Exhibition”; Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel; New York Philharmonic conducted by Thomas Schippers (Columbia Odyssey 32 16 0376);

*** “Pictures at an Exhibition”; Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Angel Records S-35430);

*** “Pictures at an Exhibition”; Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel// “A Night on Bald Mountain”; New York Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Leonard Bernstein (1981; CBS Great Performances MY 36726);

*** “Pictures at an Exhibition”; Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel// “Prelude to Khovanshchina”; Orchestrated by Rimsky-Korsakov”; New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Charles Mackerras (Vanguard VSD-71188);

MOUSSORGSKY, MODESTPictures at an Exhibition”; Orchestrated by Leopold Stokowski” DEBUSSY, CLAUDEThe Engulfed Cathedral”; Orchestrated by Leopold Stokowski”; New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Leopold Stokowski (Gatefold London Phase 4 Stereo SPC. 21006);

MOUSSORGSKY, MODESTPictures at an Exhibition”; Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel” RIMSKY-KORSAKOVCapriccio Espagnol”; The New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein (Columbia Masterworks MS 6080);

MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUSAll the Works for Solo Flute”; Renee Siebert, Flute; Wurttemberg Chamber Orchestra, Heilbronn conducted by Jorg Faeber (1979; 3-LP's Boxed Set; Vox Box SVBX 5153);

*** “Arias”; Nicolai Gedda, Tenor; Paris Conservatoire Orchestra conducted by Andre Cluytens (Angel Records ANG. 35510; U.K.Import);

*** “Complete Masonic Music”; Orchestra of the Vienna Volksoper conducted by Peter Maag (2-LP's Gatefold; Turnabout Vox TV 34213-14);

*** “Complete Works for Solo Piano”; Walter Gieseking, Piano (Angel Records ANG. 35074; U.K.Import);

*** “Concert Arias”; Kirite Kanawa, Soprano; Wiener Kammerorchester conducted by Gyorgy Fischer (1982; Decca SXL 6999; Holland Import);

*** “Concerto No.9 in E Flat Major for Piano and Orchestra (K.271)”// “Concerto No.15 in B Flat Major for Piano and Orchestra (K.450)”; Wilhelm Kempff, Piano; Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra and Wind of L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande conducted by Karl Munchinger (LL.998);

*** “Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra, in A, K. 622”// “Clarinet Quintet in A, K. 581”; Benny Goodman, Clarinet; Boston Symphony String Quartet; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2073);

*** “Concerto for Flute, Harp and Orchestra in C, K. 299”// “Sinfonia Concertante in E Flat, K. 297B”; Claude Monteux, Flute; Academy of St.Martin-in-the-Fields conducted by Neville Marriner (1972; Philips Stereo 6500 380; Holland Import);

*** “Concerto for 2 Pianos in E Flat Major, K.365”// “Concerto for 2 Pianos in F Major, K 242”; Paul Badura-Skoda and Reine Gianoli, Pianos; Orchestra of the Vienna State Orchestra conducted by Hermann Scherchen (Westminster WL 5095);

*** “Coronation Mass in C Major, K.317”// “Exsultate Jubilate, K.165”// “Ave, Verum Corpus, K.618”; Norddeutsches Symphony Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Walter Goehr (Harmony HL 7226);

*** “Don Giovanni”; Cesare Siepi, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Elisabeth Grummer, Anton Dermota; Orchestra Filarmonica di Vienna; Coro dell'Opera di Stato di Vienna conducted by Wilhelm Furtwangler (Gatefold; I Gioielli Delia Lirica 5; Italy Import);

*** “Eine Kleine Nachtmucik, K.525”// “Les Petits Riens, K. Anh.10”; Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Munich conducted by Kurt Redel (Westminster Hi-Fi XWN 18852);

*** “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik in G Major, K.525”// “Serenata Notturna in D Major, K.239”// “Sinfonia Conertante in E-Flat Major, K.364”; Academy of St.Martin-in-the-Fields conducted by Neville Marriner (1987; Musical Heritage Society MHS 7538);

*** “E. Power Biggs plays Mozart; The Music for Solo Organ played on the “Mozart” Organ at Haartem”; E. Power Biggs, Organ (Columbia Masterworks MS 6856);

*** “Festival of Hits”; (Deutsche Grammonphon 2538 120; German Import);

*** “Flute Concerto, K.313”// “Oboe Concerto, K.314”; Claude Monteux, Flute; Neil Black, Oboe; Academy of St.Martin-in-the-Fields conducted by Neville Marriner (1973; Philips Stereo 6500 379; Holland Import);

*** “Flute Quartets”; Camillo Wanausek, Flute; Members of Europa Quartet (Yorkshire Records RCC 22436);

*** “Grosse Messe, C-moll KV 427”; London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Colin Davis (1971; Philips Stereo 6500 235; Holland Import);

*** “Horn Concertos”; Dennis Brain, French Horn; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Angel Records ANG. 35092);

*** “Horn Concertos”; James Brown, Horn; The Virtuosi of England conducted by Arthur Davison (1970; Classics for Pleasure CFP 148; U.K.Import);

*** “Horn Concertos Nos.1-4// Fragment, Horn Concerto in E Major”; Barry Tuckwell, French Horn; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Peter Maag (1964; London ffrr CS 6403; U.K.Import);

*** “The Last Six Symphonies Vol.II; Symphony No.38 in D// 'Prague' Symphony No.39 in E Flat”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Angel Records S-36771);

*** “The Late Piano Concertos; K.456, K.459. K.466, K.467. K.482, K.488, K.491, K.503, K.537, K.595”; (1979; 5-LP's Boxed Set with 18-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL-MO1);

*** “The Late String Quartets; K.387, K.421, K.428, K.458, K.464, K.465, K.499, K.575, K589,K.590”; (1979;5-LP's Boxed Set with 18-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL-MO3);

*** “The Late Symphonies; K.202, K.297, K.318, K.319, K.338, K.385, K.425, K.504, K.543, K.550, K.551”; (1979; 5-LP's Boxed Set with 18-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL-MO2);

*** “Le Nozze di Figaro”; Kiri Te Kanawa, Lucia Popp, Frederica von Stade, Samual Ramey, Thomas Allen, Kurt Moll; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Georg Solti (1982; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 80-page Booklet; Decca D267D 4; Holland Import);

*** “The Magic Flute”; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer (3-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Angel Records CL-3651; U.K.Import);

*** “The Marriage of Figaro (highlights)”; Eberhard Wachter, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Fiorenza Cossotto, Giuseppe Taddei, Anna moffo; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini (Angel Records S-35640);

*** “Mass in C Minor (K.427)”; Theresa Stich-Randall, Soprano; Hildegard Rossl-Majdan, Mezzo-Soprano; Waldemar Kmentt, Tenor; Walter Raninger, Baritone; Vienna Symphony Orchestra and the Vienna Chamber Choir conducted by Rudolf Moralt (Epic Records SC-6009);

*** “Mozartmania”; The Manual de Falla Orchestra conducted by Walter De Los Rios (Daffodil Records SBA 16005);

*** “Opera Arias; The Magic Flute// Don Giovanni// The Marriage of Figaro// Cosi fan Tutte”; Hermann Prey, Baritone; The Dresden State Orchestra Conducted by Otmar Suitner (Angel Records S. 36481);

*** “Opera Arias – Opernarien”; Kiri Te Kanawa, Soprano; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Colin Davis (1983; Philips Digital Recording 6514 319; Holland Import);

*** “Perahia Plays and Conducts Mozart; Piani Concerto No.20 in D Minor, K.466// Piano Concerto No.11 in F Major, K.413”; Murray Perahia, Piano; English Chamber Orchestra (1978; Columbia Masterworks M 35134);

*** “Piano Concerto No.15 in B Flat, K.450// Symphony No.36 in C, K.425 ''Linz'”; Leonard Bernstein, Piano; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Leonard Bernstein (Gatefold; London Stereophonic CS-6499);

*** “Piano Concertos No.17 in G Major, K.453; No.21 in C Major, K.467”; Camerata Academica of the Salzburg Mozarteum, Soloist and Conductor – Geza Anda (Deutsche Grammonphon 138 783; German Import);

*** “Piano Concerto No.20 in D Minor, K.466// Piano Concerto No.25 in C Major, K.503”; Walter Gieseking, Piano; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Hans Rosbaud (Angel Records ANG. 35215; U.K.Import);

*** “Piano Concerto No.24 in C Minor, K.491// Piano Concerto No.27 in B Flat Major, K.595”; Paul Badura-Skoda, Piano; Vienna Symphony Orchestra conducted by Felix Prohaska (Westminster Records WL 5097);

*** “Piano Concerto No.27 in B Flat Major// Piano Sonata No.11 in A Major”; Wilhelm Backhaus, Piano; The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Karl Bohm (1970; London ffrr STS. 15062);

*** “The Piano Concerto in B Flat”; Alfred Brendel, Piano; Vienna Volksoper Orchestra conducted by Paul Angerer (1975; Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 3);

*** “Serenade No.9 in D Major, K.320(“Posthorn”)// Symphony No.29 in A Major, K.201”; Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam conducted by Eduard Van Beinum (Epic Records LC 3354);

*** “Symphony No.38 in D (“Prague”)// Symphony No.39 in E Flat”; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer (Angel Records S. 36129);

*** “Symphony No.39 in E Flat Major, K.543// Clarinet Concerto in A Major, K.622”; Bernard Walton, Clarinet; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Angel Records ANG. 35323; U.K.Import);

*** “Symphony No.40 in G Minor, K.550// Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K.525”; The Marlboro Festival Orchestra conducted by Pablo Casals; Live Recording (1983; CBS Masterworks Portrait MP 98747);

*** “Symphony No.40 in G Minor// Jupiter Symphony No.41 in C Major”; (1975; Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 19);

*** “Symphony No.40 in G Minor// Symphony No.41 in C (“Jupiter”)”; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer (Angel Records S. 36183);

*** “Symphonie Nr.40 g-moll, KV 550// Symphonie Nr.41 C-dur, KV 551”; Wiener Philharmoniker conducted by Karl Bohm (1977; Deutsche Grammonphon 2530 780);

*** “Symphony No.41 in C, K.551 (“Jupiter”)// Concerto No.1 in B-Flat for Bassoon and Orchestra, K.191”; Leonard Sharrow, Bassoon; NBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Arturo Toscanini (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1030);

*** “Symphony No.41 in C Major (“Jupiter”)// Divertimento, K.136 D Major”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Riccardo Muti (1989; Angel Records 1P 7907);

*** “Symphony No.41 in C Major, K.551 (“Jupiter”)” Winterthur Symphony Orchestra conducted by Otto Ackermann// “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Walter Goehr”; (Whitehall LP 5004);

*** “Symphony No.41 in C Major “Jupiter”// Overtures; Don Giovanni, The Marriage of Figaro, The Magic Flute”; Vienna State Opera Orchestra conducted by Felix Prohaska (Vanguard SRV-118);

*** “Symphony No.41 in C Major, K.551 (Jupiter)// Symphony No.35 in D Major, K.385 (Haffner)”; Rias Symphony Orchestra, Berlin conducted by Ferenc Fricsay (1973; Heliodor 89.677);

*** “Symphony No.41 in C Major, K.551 (“Jupiter”)// Symphony No.39 in E-Flat Major, K.543”; Philharmonic-Orchestra of New York conducted by Bruno Walter (Columbia Masterworks ML 5014);

*** “The Two Concertos for Flute and Orchestra & The Andante in C”; Elaine Shaffer, Flute; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Efrem Kurtz (Seraphim S-60123);

*** “The Two Flute Concertos and Andante, K.315”; James Galway, Flute; Lucerne Festival Strings conducted by Rudolf Baumgartner (1977; RCA Red Seal ARL1-2159);

*** “Violinkonzerte-Violin Concertos Nos.3 & 5”; Itzhak Perlman, Violin; Wiener Philharmoniker conducted by James Levine (1983; Deutsche Grammonphon 2532 080; German Import);

*** “Zuckerman Plays and Conducts Mozart; Serenade No.4 in D, K.203// March in D, K.237// March in D, K.215// Serenade No.5 in D, K.204”; Pinchas Zuckerman, Violin; English Chamber Orchestra (1977; 2-LP's Gatefold; Columbia Masterworks MG 34586);

MOZART, WOLFGAND AMADEUSConcerto No.23 in A Major for Piano and Orchestra (K.488)” FRANCK, CESARSymphonic Variations for Piano and Orchestra”; Walter Gieseking, Piano; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Columbia Masterworks ML 4536);

MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUSEine Kleine Nachtmucik” HANDEL, GEORGE FREDERICWater Music Suite”; The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra conducted by William Steinberg (Pickwick/33 PC-4003);

MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUSEine Kleine Nachtmusik// Three German Dances// Ave, Verum Corpus” HANDEL, GEORGE FREDERICThe Water Music – Suite (arr. Harty)”; Chorus of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Vienna; The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Angel Records S. 35948);

MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUSConcerto No.9 in E-Flat Major, K.271” HAYDN, FRANZ JOSEFConcerto in D Major, Op.21”; Igor Kipnis, Harpsichord; The London Strings conducted by Neville Marriner (Columbia Odyssey Y 32980; Mint Sealed);

MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUSEine Kleine Nachtmucik// Overture to Cosi Fan Tutte” SCHUBERT, FRANZSymphony No.5 in B Flat”; Sinfonia of London conducted by Muir Mathieson (Columbia Musical Treasuries 5746);

MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUSSymphony No.41, 'Jupiter', K.551// Ombra Felice, K.255” SOMERS, HARRYFive Songs for Dark Voice”; Maureen Forrester, Contralto; The National Arts Centre Orchestra conducted by Mario Bernardi (RCA Red Seal LSC-3172);

MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUSEine Klein Nachtmucik” TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER ILYICHSerenade for Strings”; The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammonphon 2563 114; Mint Sealed with Catalogue);

NADIEN, DAVID (violin)Humoresque”; Kapp Records KS-3342);

NENNA, POMPONIOMadrigals and Motets, Instrumental Pieces by Gesualdo and Nenna”; Accademia Monteverdiana; Trinity Boys Choir, Croydon; Accademia Chorus conducted by Denis Stevens with the Jaye Consort of Viols (1973; Nonesuch Records H-71277);

NIELSEN, CARLExcerpts from Maskarade”; The Danish State Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Thomas Jensen (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Decca BR 3111; Denmark Import);

OFFENBACH, JACQUESConcerto Rondo for Cello and Orchestra”; Ofra Harnoy, Cello; Cincinnati Pops Orchestra conducted by Erich Kunzel (1984; Cum Laude D-VCL-9058);

*** “Gaite Parisienne”; Complete Score as Performed by the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo; Orchestrated by Manuel Rosenthal; Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1001); (RCA Camden CAL 438);

*** “The Music of Offenbach”; The Paris Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Lene Leibowitz (Everest Records SDBR 3379);

*** “Orpheus in Hades Overture// La Belle Helene Overture”; 10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; The London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jean Martinon (London ffrr LD-9004);

OFFENBACH, JACQUESGaite Parisienne-Ballet” CHOPIN, FREDERICLes Sylphides-Ballet”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks CL 741);

OFFENBACH, JACQUESGaite Parisienne” GOUNOD, CHARLESMargarete (Faust)”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammonphon 2530 199; German Import);

OFFENBACH, JACQUESGaite Parisienne” MEYERBEER, GIACOMOLes Patineurs”; Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1817);

OFFENBACH, JACQUESGaite Parisienne” MEYERBEER, GIACOMOLes Patineurs”; Cincinnati Pops Orchestra conducted by Erich Kunzel (1981 Cum Laude D-VCL 9006);

OISTRAKH, DAVID (violin)Recital; Tchaikowsky, Vieuxtemps, Tartini, Paganini”; Vladimir Yampolsky, Piano (Musidisc RC 858; France Import);

OISTRAKH, DAVID (violin)/ RICHTER, SVIATOSLAV (piano)David Oistrakh and Sviatoslav Richter in Recital; Cesar Franck 'Sonata in A for Violin and Piano'// Johannes Brahms '”Sonata No.3 in D Minor for Violin and Piano”; (1979; Quintessence PMC-7133);

ORFF CARLCarmina Burana”; Gundula Janowitz, Soprano; Gerhard Stolze, Tenor; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Baritone; Chor und Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin conducted by Eugen Jochum (Gatefold; Deutsche Grammonphon 139 362);

*** “Carmina Burana”; Lucia Popp, Soprano; Gerhard Unger, Tenor; Raymond Wolansky and John Noble, Baritones; Wandsworth School Boys' Choir; New Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos (Angel Records S. 36333);

*** “Der Mond; Ein Kleines Welt-Theater (The Moon; A Theatrical Microcosm)”; Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus (William Pitz, Chorus Master) conducted by Wolfgang Sawallisch; Recorded Under the Personal Supervision of the Composer (2-LP's Boxed Set with 20-page Booklet; Angel Records 3567 B/L; U.K.Import);

PACHELBEL, JOHANNLe Canon de Pachelbel & Deux Suites pour Cordes” FASCH, JOHANN FRIEDRICHLe Concerto pour Trompette de Fasch & Deux Symphonies”; Maurice Andre, Trompette; Orchestre de Chambre Jean-Francois Paillard conducted by Jean-Francois Paillard (Gatefold; Erato STU 70468; France Import);

PAGANINI, NICOLOViolin Concerto No.2// La Primavera// Introduction and variations on 'Non piu mesta'”; Salvatore Accardo, Violin; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Charles Dutoit (1988; Musical Heritage Society MHS 912203);

PAGANINI, NICOLOConcerto No.1 in D” MENDELSSOHN, FELIXConcerto in E Minor”; Eugene Fodor, Violin; New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Peter Maag (1976; RCA Red Seal ARL1-1565);

PAGANINI, NICOLOConcerto No.1 in D Major for Violin and Orchestra, Op.6”; Zino Francescatti, Violin; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy; SAINT-SAENS, CAMILLEConcerto No.3 in B Minor for Violin and Orchestra, Op.61”; Zino Francescatti, Violin; Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York conducted by Dimitri Mitropoulos (Columbia Masterworks ML 4315);

THE PAGANINI STRING QUARTETHaydn; Quartet in C Major, Opus 76 No.3 “Emperor”// Mozart; Quartet in C Major, K.465 “Dissonant”; (Kapp Records KCL 9045);

PALESTRINAThe Pope Marcellus Mass & Missa Brevis”; King's College Choir, Cambridge conducted by David Willcocks (1972 Seraphim S-60187; Mint Sealed);

PARKENING, CHRISTOPHER (guitar)In the Classic Style, Music of Bach, Weiss, Tansman”; Angel Records S-36019);

*** “In the Spanish Style; Music of Albeniz, Villa-Lobos, Ponce, Tarrega, Mudarra, Lauro, Torroba, Sor”; (Angel Records S-36020);

*** “Romanza”; Eleven Concert Encores (Angel records S-36021);

PAVAROTTI, LUCIANOEncore !”; (1982; London ffrr PTV-1025);

*** “The Great Pavarotti”; (1977; London ffrr OS 26510; U.K.Import);

*** “Hits from Lincoln Center; Selections He Sang on His Historic Telecast”; 1978; London ffrr OS 26577);

*** “King of the High C's”; Arias from The Daughter of the Regiment, La Favorita, Il Trovatore, Der Rosenkavalier, William Tell, I Purtani, La Boheme (1973; London ffrr OS 26373);

*** “Luciano”; (1982; London ffrr PAV 2013);

*** “My Own Story”; Musical Highlights of his Spectacular Career (1981; 2-LP's Gatefold; London ffrr PAV 2007/8);

*** “O Holy Night”; The Wandsworth Boys' Choir and London Voices; National Philharmonic conducted by Kurt Herbert Adler (1976; London ffrr OS 26473);

*** “O Sole Mio; Favorite Neapolitan Songs”; (1979; London ffrr XOS 26560);

*** “Pavarotti”; (1978; 3-LP's Boxed Set with 16-page Booklet; London Records/The Classic record Library 80-5635);

*** “Pavarotti's Greatest Hits”; (1980; 2-LP's Gatefold; London Stereophonic PAV 2003/4);

*** “Standing Ovation”; (1981; London ffrr PTV-1020);

*** “Verismo Arias”; The National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Oliviero de Fabritiis (1980; London ffrr Digital Recording LDR 10020);

*** “The World's Favorite Tenor Arias”; (1975; London ffrr OS 26384);

PENNARIO, LEONARD (piano)Favorite Classics for the Piano”; (Angel Records S-36049);

*** “Grieg; Piano Concerto in A Minor”// “Rachmaninoff; Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini”; Los Angeles Philharmonic conducted by Erich Leinsdorf (Seraphim S-60195);

*** “Keyboard Fantasies”; Capitol records P-8391);

*** “Rachmaninoff; Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini”// “Franck; Symphonic Variations”// “Litolff; Scherzo”; Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler (RCA Victor LM 2678);

PERGOLESI, GIOVANNI BATTISTAMissa Romana in F for 6 Solo Voices, 2 Five Voice Choirs, and Double Orchestra”; Escolania Montserrat; Tolzer Knabenchor; Collegium Aureum; Ireneu Segarra (1973; Gatefold; BASF/Harmonia Mundi HB 21230);

PERLMAN, ITZHAK/ ZUCKERMAN, PINCHAS (violins)Duets for Two Violins; “Spohr; Duet, Op.67 No.2”// “Wieniawski; Etudes Caprices Nos.1 & 2”// “Handel-Halvorsen; Passacaglia (violin & viola)”// “Leclair; Sonata No.5”; (1978; Angel Records SQ-37406); +

PIERCE, NAT; QUINTETChamber Music for Moderns”; Anthony Ortega, Saxophone (Coral Records CRL 57128);

PONCHIELLI, AMILCARELa Gioconda”; Renata Tebaldi, Marilyn Horne, Carlo Bergonzi, Robert Merrill; Chorus and Orchestra of L'Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Rome conducted by Lamberto Gardelli (3-LP's Boxed Set with 40-page Booklet; London ffrr Stereophonic OSA-1388; U.K.Import);

PONS, LILY (soprano)Lily Pons Gala”; (Columbia Masterworks ML 5073);

PONSELLE, ROSA (soprano)Rosa Ponselle; Great Voices of the Century”; 1972; Ember GVC 9; U.K.Import);

PONTI, MICHAEL (piano)D'Albert; Piano Concerto No.2”// “Reinecke; Piano Concerto No.1”; Orchestra of Radio Luxembourg conducted by Pierre Cao (1974; Candide Vox CE 31078);

POPP, LUCIA (lyric soprano)Lucia Popp sings Schubert Lieder”; Irwin Gage, Piano (1984; Angel records Digital DS-38139; German Import);

*** “Richard Strauss Songs”; Wolfgang Sawallisch, Piano (1985; Angel Records Digital DS-38256; German Import);

POULENC, FRANCISDialogues des Carmelites; an Opera in Three Acts and Twelve Scenes”; Text from the Play of Georges Bernanos; Denise Duval, Denise Scharley, Regine Crespin; Orchestre et Choeurs du Theatre National de L'Opera de Paris conducted by Pierre Dervaux (3-LP's Boxed Set with 32-page Booklet; Angel Records 3585 C/L);

*** “Gloria in G Major for Soprano, Chorus & Orchestra”// “Concerto in G Minor for Organ, Strings and Timpani”; Rosanna Carteri, Soprano; Maurice Durufle, Organ; French National Radio and Television Orchestra conducted by Georges Pretre (Angel Records S-35953);

POULENC, FRANCISConcerto in G Minor for Organ, Strings and Timpani”// STRAVINSKY, IGORJeu de Cartes”; Berj Zamkochian, Organ; Everett Firth, Timpani; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2567);

PRAETORIUSMusic of Praetorius; Dances fron 'Terpsichore' (1612)// Motets from 'Muses of Zion' (1605-1610)”; Boys of the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St.Alban; The Early Music Consort of London conducted by David Munrow (Angel Records S-37091; Mint Sealed);

PRICE, LEONTYNE (soprano)Prima Donna/Volume 2; Great Soprano Arias from Handel to Puccini”; RCA Italiana Opera Orchestra conducted by Francesco Molinari-Pradelli (1-LP Boxed Set with 20-page Booklet; RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2968);

PROKOFIEV, SERGEIGreat Men of Music”; (1975; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 547);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in G Minor, Op.16”// “Piano Concerto No.3 in C Major, Op.26”; Michel Beroff, Piano; Gewanhaus-Orchester Leipzig conducted by Kurt Masur (1974; Angel Records AM-34705; German Import);

*** “Prokofiev's Head”; (1972; Orphic Egg OES 6906);

*** “Suite from the Ballet Romeo and Juliet”; Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Riccardo Muti (1982; Angel Records Digital S-37776);

*** “Symphony No.1 in D Major, Op.25(“Classical”)// “Lieutenant Kije-Suite, Op.60”// “Symphony No.7 in C Sharp Minor, Op.131”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn (1985; Angel Records AM-34711; German Import);

PROKOFIEV, SERGEIPeter and the Wolf, Op.67, Peter Richard, Narrator”// BRITTEN, BENJAMINThe Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op.34”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks MS 6027);

PROKOFIEV, SERGEILieutenant Kije” Dan Iordachescu, Baritone// KODALYHary Janos”; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Erich Leinsdorf (Seraphim S-60209);

PUCCINI, GIACOMO La Boheme”; Antonietta Stella, Soprano; Gianni Poggi, Tenor; Chorus and Orchestra of the Teatro di San Carlo di Napoli conducted by Francesco Molinari-Pradelli (2-LP's Boxed Set with 42-page Booklet; Columbia Masterworks M2L 401);

*** “La Boheme”; Mirella Freni; Nicolai Gedda; Mariella Adani; Mario Serteni; Orchestra and Chorus of the Teatro Dell'Opera di Roma conducted by Thomas Schippers (2-LP's Gatefold with 28-page Insert; Angel Records SBL-3643); (2-LP's Boxed Set with 28-page Booklet; Angel Records SBL-3643);

*** “La Boheme”; Victoria de los Angeles; Jussi Bjoerling; Robert Merrill; Lucine Amara; Giorgio Tozzi; RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham (2-LP's Boxed Set with 40-page Booklet; RCA Victor Red Seal LM 6042);

*** “La Boheme, Arias”; Varsity Opera Company (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Varsity 69112);

*** “La Boheme – Highlights”; Pavarotti, Freni, Ghiaurov, Harwood, Panerai; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (1974; London ffrr Stereophonic OS 26399; U.K.Import);

*** “Great Scenes from Turandot”; Birgit Nilsson; Franco Corelli; Renata Scotto: Rome Opera Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Francesco Molinari Pradelli (Angel Records S. 36537);

*** “Love Scenes, Orchestral Suites of La Boheme and Madam Butterfly”; The Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra conducted by Alfred Newman (2-LP's Gatefold; Capitol Records P-8516);

*** “Madame Butterfly”; Victoria de los Angeles; Guiseppe di Stefano; Tito Gobbi; Orchestra and Chorus of the Opera House, Rome conducted by Gianandrea Gavazzeni (3-LP's Boxed Set with 28-page Booklet; Seraphim IC-6090);

*** “Madame Butterfly – Highlights”; Licia Albanese, Soprano; James Melton, Tenor; Lucielle Browning, Mezzo-Soprano; RCA Victor Orchestra conducted b y Frieder Weissmann (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2);

*** “Madame Butterfly – Highlights”; Victoria de los Angeles; Jussi Bjoerling; Orchestra and Chorus of the Opera House, Rome conducted by Gabriele Santini (Angel Records S. 35821);

*** “Madame Butterfly Operatic Highlights”; Vienna Opera Company (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Plymouth P10-26);

*** “Madame Butterfly – Pagine scelte”; Sena Jurinac; Orchestra e Coro dell'Opera di Stato di Vienna conducted by Berislav Klobucar (Gatefold; I Gioielli Delia Lirca 31; Italy Import);

*** “Manon Lescaut – Pagine scelte”; Renata Tebaldi; Richard Tucker; Orchestra e Coro del Teatro Metropolitan di New York (Gatefold; I Gioielli Delia Lirica 24; Italy Import);

*** “Puccini Arias”; Eileen Farrell, Soprano; The Columbia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Max Rudolf (Columbia Masterworks ML 5483);

*** “Richard Tucker Sings Puccini”; Columbia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Fausto Cleva (Columbia Masterworks ML 5416);

*** “Tosca”; Birgit Nilsson; Franco Corelli; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau; Chorus and Orchestra of The Accademia di Santa Cecilia conducted by Lorin Maazel (1967; 2-LP's Boxed Set with 28-page Booklet; London ffrr Stereophonic OSA 1267);

*** “Tosca – Highlights”; Freni, Pavarotti, Milnes; National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Nicola Rescigno (1981; London ffrr Stereophonic OS 26666; Holland Import);

*** “Turandot – Highlights”; Nilsson, Tebaldi, Bjoerling, Tozzi; Rome Opera House Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Erich Leinsdorf (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2539);

*** “The World of Puccini; Highlights from La Boheme, Tosca, Madame Butterfly, Turandot”; (1975; London SPA.4089);

PURCELL, HENRYCome Ye Sons of Art; The Bell Anthem// My Beloved Spake// Anthem”; The Oriana Concert Choir and Orchestra and Soloists of the Deller Consort conducted by Alfred Deller (Vanguard HM 14 SD; Mint Sealed);

*** “Complete Works for Harpsichord and Clavichord”; Edited and Played by Thurston Dart (Argo Records RG.83; U.K.Import);

*** “Music for the Theatre”; Joan Carlyle, Soprano; Bath Festival Orchestra conducted by Yehudi Menuhin (Angel records S.36332; Mint Sealed);

*** “Sonata for Trumpet and Strings// The Virtuous Wife// The Gordian Knot Untied// Pieces for Harpsichord”; Roger Delmotte, Trumpet; Ruggero Gerlin, Harpsichord; Rhenish Chamber Orchestra of Cologne directed by Gunter Kehr (Nonesuch Records H-71027);

*** “Te Deum// Jubilate Deo// In Guilty Night// Man that is Born of Woman”; Stour Music Festival Choir Orchestra conducted by Alfred Deller (1969; RCA Camden Classics VCCS-1407);

RACHMANINOFF, SERGEIConcerto No.2 in C Minor, Op.18”; Artur Rubinstein, Piano; NBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Golschmann (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1005);

*** “Concerto No.2”// Three Preludes for Piano; “No.3 in D Minor, Op.23”, “No.6 in E-Flat Major, Op.23”, “No.2 in C-Sharp Minor, Op.3”; Philippe Entremont, Piano; New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein (Columbia Masterworks MS 6148);

*** “Concerto No.2 in C Minor// Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini”; Gary Graffman, Piano; New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein (1973; Columbia Masterworks M 31813);

*** “Concerto No.3”; Van Cliburn, Piano; Symphony of the Air conducted by Kiril Kondrashin; Carnegie Hall performance of May 19, 1958 (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2355);

*** “Concerto No.3 for Piano and Orchestra in D Minor, Op.30”; Lazar Berman, Piano; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Claudio Abbado (1980; U.S.S.R. Import);

*** “Festival of Hits”; (Deustche Grammonphon 2538 357; German Import);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in C Minor, Op.18”; Felicitas Karrer, Piano; The Austrian Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kurt Woss (Remington RLP-199-32);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in C Minor, Op.18”; Julius Katchen, Piano; The New Symphony Orchestra conducted by Anatole Fistoulari (Richmond High Fidelity B 19009);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in C Minor, Op.18// Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini, Op.43”; Rafael Orozco, Piano; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Edo de Waart (1973; Philips Stereo 6570 046);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in C Minor, Opus 18// Prelude in G Major, Op.32, No.5// Prelude in G Minor, Op.23, No.5”; Geza Anda, Piano; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Alceo Galliera (Angel Records ANG. 35093; U.K.Import);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in C Minor// 6 Preludes”; Svjatoslav Richter, Piano; Sinfonie-Orchester der Nationalen Philharmonie Warschau conducted by Stanislaw Wislocki (Deutsche Grammonphon 138 076; German Import);

*** “Piano Concerto No.2 in C Minor// Symphonic Dances Opus 45, No.2 and 3// Vocalise Opus 34, No.14”; (1977; Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 9);

*** “Piano Concerto No.3 in D Minor, Op.30”; Earl Wild, Piano; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jascha Horenstein (1977; Quintessence PMC 7030);

*** “Rachmaninoff''s Greatest Hits”; Philippe Entremont and Gary Graffman, Pianos (Columbia Masterworks MS 7508);

*** “Rachmaninoff''s Greatest Hits”; Van Cliburn, Piano (RCA Red Seal LSC-5000);

*** “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini Op.43// Concerto No.1 in F-Sharp Minor, Op.1”; Sergri Rachmaninoff, Piano; Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Leopold Stokowski and Eugene Ormandy (RCA Victor Red Seal LCT 1118);

*** “The Romantic Music of Rachmaninoff”; Leonid Hambro, Piano; Andre Kostelanetz and his Orchestra (Columbia CL 1001);

*** “The Romantic Rachmaninoff”; The Kingsway Symphony Orchestra conducted by Camarata (Gatefold; London Phase 4 Stereo SPC. 21029);

RACHMANINOFF, SERGEIPiano Concerto No.2” FRANCK, CESARSymphonic Variations”; Alexis Weissenberg, Piano; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra connducted by Herbert von Karajan (Angel Records S-36905);

RACHMANINOFF, SERGEIPiano Concerto No.2” GREIG, EDVARDConcerto in A Minor, Third Movement”; Mischa Horowitz, Piano; The International Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Gustave Stern (Tops L1623);

RACHMANINOFF, SERGEIConcerto No.2” LISZT, FRANZConcerto No.1”; Artur Rubinstein, Piano (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2068);

RACHMANINOFF, SERGEIConcerto No.1 in F-Sharp Minor, Op.1” STRAUSS, RICHARDBurleske”; Byron Janis, Piano; Chicage Symphony Orchestra conducted by Fritz Reiner (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2127);

RAVEL, MAURICE “Bolero” Orchestre National de France conducted by Leonard Bernstein// “Bolero on the Mighty Moog” Synthesizer Performance by Andrew Kazdin and Thomas Z. Shepard”; (1980; Columbia Masterworks MX 35860);

*** “Bolero// Alborada del Gracioso// La Valse”; Orchestre National de France conducted by Leonard Bernstein (1978; Columbia Masterworks XM 35103);

*** “Bolero// La Valse// Alborada del Gracioso// Daphnis et Chloe Suite No.2”; New York Philharmonic and Orchestre National de France conducted by Leonard Bernstein (1981; CBS Great Performances MY 36714);

*** “Bolero// La Valse// Daphnis and Chloe Suite No.2”; The Halle Orchestra conducted by Sir John Barbirolli (Madacy Master Series MK 1832);

*** “Bolero// La Valse// Rapsodie Espagnole”; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Seiji Ozawa (1974; Deutsche Grammonphon 2530 475; German Import);

*** “Bolero// La Valse// Rapsodie Espagnole”; New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein (Columbia Masterworks MS 6011);

*** “Bolero// La Valse// Rapsodie Espagnole”; The Paris Conservatoire Orchestra conducted by Andre Cluytens (Angel Records S. 36108);

*** “Bolero// La Valse// Rapsodie Espagnole// Alborada del Gracioso”; Orchestre National de France conducted by Lorin Maazel (1984; CBS Records Masterworks IM 37289);

*** “Bolero Ma Mere L'Oye// La Valse”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pierre Monteux (Philips Stereo 6570 092); (Philips Stereo 835 258 LY; Holland Import);

*** “Bolero// Ma Mere L'Oye – Suite”; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Serge Koussevitzky (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1012);

*** “Bolero// Pavane pour une Infante defunte// Daphnis et Chloe Suite No.2”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn (1980; SZ 537670);

*** “Bolero// Rapsodie Espagnole// Alborada del Gracioso”; Dallas Symphony Orchestra conducted by Eduardo Mata (1980; RCA Digita Red Seal ARC1-3686);

*** “The Complete Works for Solo Piano”; Philippe Entremont, Piano (1974; 3-LP's Boxed Set;Columbia Masterworks D3M 33311);

*** “Daphnis et Chloe (Ballet Suites Nos.1 & 2)”// “Ma Mere L'Oye (Complete Ballet Version)”; Minnesota Orchestra conducted by Stanislaw Skrowaczewski (1976; Turnabout QTV-S 34603);

*** “L'Enfant et les Sortileges (The Child and the Sorcerers)”; The Orchestre National and Choir of La Radio-Diffusion Francaise conducted by Ernest Bour (Columbia Masterworks ML4153);

RAVEL, MAURICEBolero” MUSSORGSKY-RAVELPictures at an Exhibition”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammonphon 1390 010); (Gertman Import also Available)

RAVEL, MAURICEBolero” RIMSKY-KORSAKOVCapriccio Espagnol, Op.34”; Detroit Symphony Orchestra conducted by Paul Paray (Mercury Olympian Series MG 50020);

RAVEL, MAURICEBolero” Robin Hood Dell Orchestra Orchestra of Philadelphia conducted by Andre Kostelanetz” ROSSINI, GIOACCHINOWilliam Tell – Overture” Andre Kostelanetz and his Orchestra”; (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Columbia Masterworks ML 2009);

REICH, STEVEOctet// Music for a Large Ensemble// Violin Phase”; Performed by Steve Reich and Musicians (1980; Gatefold; ECM rECORDS ecm-1168);

RESPIGHI, OTTORINOAncient Airs and Dances for Lute”; Rome Symphony Orchestra conducted by Franco Ferrara (Everest Records SDBR 3185);

*** “Ancient Airs and Dances (The Three Suites – 1917, 1923 & 1932)”; Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra conducted by Neville Marriner (1976; Angel Records SQ-37301);

*** “The Pines of Rome// The Fountains of Rome”; Symphony Orchestra of the Belgian National Radio conducted by Franz Andre (Telefunken TC 8002);

RICHTER, SVIATOSLAV (piano)Grieg and Schumann Piano Concertos”; L'Orchestre National de L'Opera de Monte-Carlo conducted by Lovro von Matacic (Angel Records SQ-36899);

*** “Liszt/ Schubert/ Chopin”; Recorded During a Public Performance in Sofia on February 25, 1958 (Philips ABL.3301; U.K.Import);

RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, NICOLAIRimsky-Korsakov's Greatest Hits”; (Columbia Masterworks MS 7509);

*** “Scheherazade”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn (1976; RCA Gold Seal AGL1-1330);

*** “Scheherazade”; John Corigliano, Violin; The New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein (Columbia Masterworks ML 5387);

*** “Scheherazade”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (1973; Quatradisc RCA ARD1-0028);

*** “Scheherazade, Opus 35”; Bamberg Symphony conducted by Jonel Perlea (Yorkshire Records RCC 22434);

*** “Scheherazade, Op.35”; John Corigliano, Violin; New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein (1983; CBS Great Performances MY 38476);

*** “Scheherazade, Op.35”; Anshel Brusilow, Violin; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks MS 6365);

*** “Scheherazade, Op.35”; Rainer Kuchl, Violin; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn (1982; Philips Digital Recording 6514 231; Holland Import);

*** “Scheherazade, Op.35 Symphonic Suite”; Berlin Symphony Orchestra conducted by Karl List (Royale 1260);

*** “Scheherazade, Op.35 (Symphonic Suite)”; San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pierre Monteux (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1002);

*** “Scheherazade (Symphonic Suite)”; Rias Symphony Orchestra conducted by Karl Rucht (Paris DG-116);

*** “Scheherazade (Symphonic Suite)”; Pierre Nerini, Violin; L'Orchestre de la Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire de Paris conducted by Ernest Ansermet (1971; London ffrr Stereo Treasury Series STS. 15126);

*** “Scheherazade, Symphonic Suite, Op.35”; Luben Yordanoff, Violin; Orchestre de Paris conducted by Mstislav Rostropovich (Angel Records SQ-37061);

*** “Scheherazade, Symphonic Suite, Op.35, 1881”; International Festival Orchestra (Paris DG-116);

RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, NICOLAILe Coq D'Or”; MUSSORGSKYNight on Bald Mountain”; The London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Hugo Rignold (Audio Spectrum ASC 10021);

RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, NICOLAISuite from Le Coq D'Or”; PROKOFIEV, SERGEI Suite from The Love for Three Oranges”; The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra conducted by William Steinberg (Pickwick/33 PC-4008);

RODGERS, RICHARDRichard Rodgers conducting the Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York”; Columbia CL 810);

RODRIGO, JOAQUINConcierto Andaluz for Four Guitars and Orchestra” The Romeros, Guitars// “Concierto de Aranjuez for Solo Guitar and Orchestra” Angel Romero, Guitar”; San Antonio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Victor Alessandro (1973; Mercury Records SR 90488);

*** “Concierto de Aranjuez” Siegfried Behren, Guitar; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Reinhard Peters// “Concerto-Serenade for Harp and Orchestra” Nicanor Zabaleta, Harp; Radio Symphony Orchestra of Berlin conducted by Ernst Marzendofer”; (1975; Deutsche Grammonphon 2535 170);

*** “Concierto en Modo Galante” Robert Cohen, Cello// “Concierto de Estio” Agustin Leon Ara, Violin”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Enrique Batiz (1982; Angel Records Digital S-37877);

RODRIGO, JOAQUINConcierto de Aranjuez for Guitar and Orchestra”// CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO, MARIOConcerto in D for Guitar and Orchestra, Op.99”; John Williams, Guitar; Members of The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks ML 6234);

RODRIGO, JOAQUINConcierto de Aranjuez for Guitar and Orchestra”// WEISS, SYLVIUS LEOPOLDBalletto”// FRESCOBALDI, GIROLAMOAir and Variations”// LAURO, ANTONIOValse Criollo”// ALBENIZ, ISAACGranada”// MALATS, JOAQUINSpanish Serenade”; John Zaradin, Guitar; Philomusica of London conducted by Guy Barbier (1972; Classics for Pleasure CFP 40012;U.K.Import);

ROMBERG, SIGMUNDFavorite Songs of Sigmund Romberg” Viennese Symphonic Orchestra (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Plymouth P-10-36);

ROSSINI, GIOACCHINOThe Barber of Seville (highlights)”; Victoria de los Angeles, Luigi Alva, Sesto Bruscantini; Glymdebourne Festival Chorus; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Vittorio Gui (Angel Records S. 36207);

*** “Elisabetta Regina D'Iinghilterra”; Caballe/ Carreras/ Masterson/ Creffield/ Benelli/ Jenkins; Ambrosian Singers; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gianfranco Masini (1976; 3-LP's Boxed Set with 36-page Booklet; Philips Stereo 6703 067; Holland Import);

*** “Rossino Overtures”; The Paris Conservatoire Orchestra conducted by Peter Maag (London ffrr Stereo Treasury Series STS. 15030);

*** “Rossini Overtures; “The Thieving Magpie”; “The Silken Ladder”; “The Barber of Seville”; “Semiramide”; “William Tell”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pierino Gamba (London ffrr Stereophonic CS 6204; U.K.Import);

*** “Willaim Tell and the Famous Five”; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Angel Records ANG. 35890);

*** “Rossini Overtures; “William Tell”; “La Scala di Seta”; “Il Signor Bruschino”; “The Barber of Seville”; “La Gazza Ladra”; “La Cenerentola”; Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Fritz Reiner (RCA Victor LSC 2318);

*** “William Tell” Great Arias and Scenes”; Gabriel Bacquier, Montserrat Caballe, Nicolai Gedda, Mady Mesple; Ambrosian Opera Chorus & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Lamberto Gardelli (1973; S-37123);

*** “William Tell” and Other Famous Overtures”; Bamberg Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jonel Perlea (Yorkshire Records RCC-22438);

*** “William Tell – Overture”// “Semiramide – Overture”; The Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam conducted by Eduard van Beinum (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; London ffrr LD-9032);

ROSTAL & SCHAEFER/RON GOODWINThe Beatles Concerto”; The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (1979; Angel Records S 50001);

ROSTROPOVICH, MSTISLAV (cello) “The Romantic Cello”; Moscow Radio Orchestra conducted by Kiril Kondrashin (Everest Records SDBR 3391);

*** “Rostropovich Plays Dvorak & Saint-Saens; Concerti for Cello and Orchestra”; Moscow Radio Orchestra conducted by Boris Khaikin and Grigory Stolyarov (Monitor Records MCS 2090);

SACK, ERNA (coloratura soprano)Erna Sack sings Opera Highlights and Song Favorites”; (Mercury Records MG 10044);

SAINT-SAENS, CAMILLESymphonie Nr.3 c-moll op.78 (“Orgel Symphonie”)”; Gaston Litaize, Organ; Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Daniel Barenboim (1976; Deutsche Grammonphon 2530 619; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.3 in C Minor, Op.78 (“Organ Symphony”); E. Power Biggs, Organ; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (1963; Columbia Masterworks MS 6469);

*** “Symphonie Nr.3 c-moll op.78 (“Orgel Symphonie”)” Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Daniel Barenboim// “Danse Macabre// Bacchanale// Le Deluge” Orchestre de Paris conducted by Daniel Barenboim”; (1985; Deutsche Grammonphon 415 847-1; German Import);

SATIE, ERIKHomage to Erik Satie”; The Utah Symphony Orchestra conducted by Maurice Abravanel (2-LP's Gatefold; Vanguard Cardinal Series VCS-10037/38);

*** “The Music of Erik Satie; The Velvet Gentleman”; The Camarata Contemporay Chamber Group (1970; Gatefold; Deram DES. 18036);

*** “Piano Music of Erik Satie, Vol.1”; Aldo Ciccolini, Piano (Angel Records S-36482);

*** “Piano Music of Erik Satie, Vol.2”; Aldo Ciccolini, Piano (Angel Records S-36459);

*** “Piano Music of Erik Satie, Vol.6”; Aldo Ciccolini, Piano (Angel Records S-36811);

*** “Trois Petites pieces montees// Piege de Meduse// Les embryons desseches// Les pantines dansent// La Belle Excentrique// Entr'acte cinematographique from the ballet 'Relache'// Parade”; Ensemble”Die Reihe”; Orchestra of Radio Luxemburg conducted by Louis de Froment (Candide Vox CE 31018);

SCHIPA, TITOOpera and Song Recital”; Songs by Alessandro Scarlatti and Donaudy (Angel Records COLH 117);

SCHNEIDER, WILLY (bass-bariton)Sang und Klang”; (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Polydor 45 003; German Import);

SCHOECK, OTHMARNotturno”// BARBER, SAMUELDover Beach”; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Baritone; The Julliard Quartet (Columbia Masterworks KS 7131);

SCHUBERT, FRANZBadura-Skoda plays Schubert; Moments Musicaux, Op.94”; Paul Badura-Skoda, Piano (1956; Westminster Records Hi-Fi XWN 18161);

*** “Die Schone Mullerin, D.795”; Fritz Wunderlich, Tenor; Kurt Heinz Stolze, Piano (Nonesuch Records H-71211);

*** “Die Schone Mullerin, Op.25 (“The Maid of the Mill”)”; Aksel Schiotz, Tenor; Gerald Moore, Piano (RCA Victor Red Seal LCT 1048);

*** “Die Schone Mullerin; Poems by Wilhelm Muller”; Peter Pears and Benjamin Britten (1960; Decca ffrr SXL.2200; U.K.Import);

*** “Great Men of Music”; (1976; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 552);

*** “Impromptus, Opus 90, D.899; Opus 142, D.935”; Alfred Brendel, Piano (Turnabout TV-S 34481);

*** “Lieder”; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Baritone; Alfred Brendel, Piano (1983; Philips Digital Recording 6514 384; Holland Import);

*** “Lieder nach Texten von Johann Wolfgang von Goethe”; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Baritone; Gerald Moore, Piano (Deutsche Grammonphon 2530 229; German Import);

*** “Music from Marlboro;Quintet in A Major for Piano and Strings, Op.114 (“Trout”)”; Rodolf Serkin, Piano (Columbia Masterworks MS 7067);

*** “Quintet in A Major, Op.114, (“The Trout”)”; Peter Serkin, Piano; The Alexander Schneider Chamber Series (1965; Vanguard VSD-71145);

*** “Quintet in A Major, Opus 114 (“Trout”)”; Denis Matthews, Piano; Members of The Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet (Vanguard VRS-1034);

*** “Sinfonia n.8 in si minore D.759” Orchestra Filarmonica di Vienna conducted by Karl Bohm// Sonata in do minore D.958” Sviatoslav, Pianoforte”; Gatefold with 8-page Insert (J grandi Concerti; Italy Import);

*** “Symphony No.5 in B-Flat Major” The Columbia Symphony conducted by Bruno Walter// “Symphony No.8 (“Unfinished”) in B Minor” The New York Philharmonic conducted by Bruno Walter”; (Columbia Masterworks ML-5618);

*** “Symphony No.6 in C Major”; Vienna Tonkuenstler Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kurt Woss (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Merit M-1-23);

*** “Symphonie Nr.8 h-moll D.759 (“Unvollendete”)// Sumphonie Nr.5 B-dur D.485”; Wiener Philharmoniker conducted by Karl Bohm (1982; Deutsche Grammonphon 2531 373; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.8 in B Minor 'Unfinished'// Overtures; “Des Teufels Lustschloss”, “In the Italian Style”, “Fierrrabras”: The Vienna Philharmonic conducted by Istvan Kertesz (1979; London ffrr STS.15476);

*** “Symphony No.8 in B Minor (Unfinished)”// “Symphony No.5 in B Flat”; Philharmonia Hungarica conducted by Peter Maag (1977; Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 8);

*** “Symphony No.9, in C”; The NBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Arturo Toscanini (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1835);

SCHUBERT, FRANZSymphony No.8 in B Minor D.759 (Unfinished)”// BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VANSymphony No.5 in C Minor, Op.67”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Lorin Maazel (Deutsche Grammonphon 2535 103);

SCHUBERT, FRANZMass in G”// HANDEL, GEORGE FREDERICThree Coronation Anthems”; The Winnipeg Philharmonic Choir conductor Henry Engbrecht;Recorded Live at Knox United Church, Winnipeg, February 1976 (WCRC);

SCHUBERT, FRANZSymphony No.5 in B Flat”// MENDELSSOHN, FELIXOverture; Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage”; The Austrian Symphony Orchestra” conducted by Alexander Paulmuller (Remington R-199-86);

SCHUMANN, ROBERTCarnaval, Op.9”// “Scenes fron Childhood, Op.15”// “Papillons, Op.2”; Guiomar Novaes, Piano (Turnabout TV 34164S);

*** “Casals Festival at Prades 1953; Concerto in A Minor for Cello and Orchestra Op.129”; Pablo Casals, Cello; The Prades Festival Orchestra (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Philips Minigroove A 01617 R; Holland Import);

*** “Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in A Minor, Opus 54”; Mewton-Wood, Piano; Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra directed by Walter Goehr (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Musical Masterpiece Society MMS-43);

*** “Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in A Minor, Op.54”// “Introduction and Allegro appassionato in G Major (Konzertstuck), Op.92”; “Novellette in F Major, Op.21 No.2”// “Toccata in C Major, Op.7”; Sviataslav Richter, Piano; National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of Warsaw conducted by Witold Rowicki and Stanislaw Wislocki (1976; Deutsche Grammonphon 2535 181);

*** “Frauenliebe und Leben, Op.42”// “Liederkreis, Op.39 (Eichendorff)”; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Soprano; Geoffrey Parsons, Piano (1974; Angel Records S-37043);

*** “Quintet in E-Flat, Op.44”; Artur Rubinstein, Piano; The Paganini Quartete (RCS Victor Red Seal LM 1095);

*** “A Schumann Song Recital”; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Baritone; Gunther Weissenborn, Piano (Decca Gold Label DL 9935);

*** “Symphony No.1 in B Flat Major, Op.38 (“Spring”)”; Rias Symphony Orchestra conducted by Otto Matzerath (Remington R-199-180);

*** “Symphony No.1 in B-Flat Major, Op.38 (“Spring”)”// “Overture to 'Genoveva', Op.81”; New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein (Columbia Masterworks MS 6581);

*** “Symphony No.1 in B-Flat Major, Op.38 (“Spring”)”// “Symphony No.4 in D Minor, Op.120”; Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (1983; CBS Great Performances MY 38468);

*** “Symphony No.3 in E Flat Major (Op.97)”// “Symphony No.4 in D Minor (Op.120)”; The Vienna Philharmonic conducted by Sir Georg Solti (London ffrr Treasury STS 15575);

SCHUMANN, ROBERTKlavierquintett Es-dur op.44” BRAHMS, JOHANNESStreichquartett Nr.3 B-dur op.67”; LaSalle Quartet; James Levine, Piano (1981; Deutsche Grammonphon 2531 343; German Import);

SCHUMANN, ROBERTLiederkreis, Op.39” BRAHMS, JOHANNESNachtigall, Op.97 No.1”// “Songs for Alto, Viola and Piano, Op.91”// “Des Liebsten Schwur, Op.69 No.4”; Lorna Sydney, Mezzo-Soprano; Emil Morawetz, Viola; Wilhelm Loibner, Piano (Vanguard VRS 411);

SCHUTZ, HEINRICHMusikalische Exequien”; Westphalian Choir and Baroque Instumental Group conducted by Wilhelm Ehmann (Vanguard Everyman Classics SRV-245SD);

SCOTTO, RENATA (soprano)Arias by Puccini, Mascagni, Cilea, Catalani”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gianandrea Gavazzeni (1975; Columbia Masterworks M 33435);

SCOTTO, RENATA (soprano)/ DOMINGO, PLACIDO (tenor)Romantic Opera Duets”; National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Kurt Herbert Adler (1978; Columbia Masterworks M 35135);

SCRIABINHorowitz Plays Scriabin”; Vladimir Horowitz, Piano (1973; Columbia Masterworks M 31620);

SEGOVIA, ANDRES (guitar)Castles of Spain; Moreno Torroba, and Works by Dowland, Schale, Weiss, Grieg”; (Decca Gold Label DL 710171);

SESSIONS, ROGERWhen Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd” (Poem by Walt Whitman)”; Esther Hinds, Soprano; Florence Quivar, Mezzo-Soprano; Dominic Cossa, Baritone; Tanglewood Festival Chorus conducted by John Oliver; The Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Seiji Ozawa (1977; Gatefold; New World Records NW 296);

SHOSTAKOVITCH, DMITRISymphony No.5, Op.47”; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by Artur Rodzinski (Columbia Masterworks ML 4042);

*** “Symphony No.5, Op.47”; Czech Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Karel Ancerl (Parliament Records PLP(S)-168);

*** “Symphony No.6 in B Minor”// “Symphony No.9 in E Flat”; Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam conducted by Kirill Kondrashin (1984; Philips Classics 412 073-1; Holland Import);

*** “Symphony No.14”; Julia Varady; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau; Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam conducted by Bernard Haitink (1981; London Digital Recording LDR 71032);

SHOSTAKOVICH, DMITRIBallet Russe”// TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER ILYICHSerenade Melancolique; Andante”; Columbia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Efrem Kurtz (Columbia Masterworks ML-4671);

SIBELIUS, JEANConcerto in D Minor for Violin and Orchestra, Op.47”; Julian Sitkoveckij, Violin; Czech Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by N.P.Anosov (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Supraphon 33-1/3 Records LPM 418; Czechoslavakia Import);

*** “Early Masterpieces of Sibelius; “Karelia Suite”// “The Swan of Tuonela”// “En Saga”// “Romance in C Major”; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Anthony Collins (His Master's Voice ALP. 1578; U.K.Import);

*** “Finlandia”// “En Saga”// “Tapiola”// “The Swan of Tuonela”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (1977; Angel Records SQ-37408);

*** “Finlandia, Five Favorites by Jean Sibelius”; Morton Gould and his Orchestra (1976Quintessence PMC 7022);

*** “Great Men of Music”; ($-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 562; Mint Sealed);

*** “Konzert fur Violine und Orchester d-moll op.47”// “Finlandia op.26”; Christian Ferras, Violine; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammonphon 138 961; German Import);

*** “Sibelius' Greatest Hits”; New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein; Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks MS 7527);

*** “Symphony No.2 in D, Op.43”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (1981; Angel Records Digital S-37816);

*** “Symphony No.2 in D Major, Op.43”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Odyssey Y 30046);

*** “Symphony No.2 in D Major, Op.43”; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Lorin Maazel (1963; London ffrr CS.6408; U.K.Import);

*** “Symphony No.4 in A Minor, Op.63”// “Symphony No.5 in E Flat Major, Op.82”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (1985; Angel Records AM-34734; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.4 in A Minor, Op.63”// “Tapiola, Op.112”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (1978; Angel Records SQ-37462);

SIBELIUS, JEANConcerto for Violin and Orchestra in D Minor, Op.47”// PROKOFIEV, SERGEConcerto No.2 for violin and Orchestra in G Minor, Op.63”; Henryk Szeryng, Violin; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gennady Rozhdestvensky (1980; Quintessence PMC-7150);

SILLS, BEVERLY/ MILNES, SHERRILL Up in Central Park, Duets from Opera & Musical Comedy”; New York City Opera Orchestra conducted by Julius Rudel (1978; 2-LP's; Angel Records S-37323);

SMETANA, BEDRICHThe Moldau”// “Three Dances from the Bartered Bride”// DVORAK, ANTONINCarnival Overture”// “Four Slavonic Dances”; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (Columbia Odyssey Y 30049); `

SMETANA, BEDRICHThe Moldau”// “The Bartered Bride Overture”// LISZT, FRANZLes Preludes”; The London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Gunner Stern (Somerset High Fidelity S 160);

SOLER, ANTONIOSix Double Concertos for Two Organs”; E. Power Biggs and Daniel Pinkham, Organs (Columbia Masterworks MS 7174);

SOLOMON (piano)Grieg and Schumann Piano concertos”; (His Master's voice ALP. 1643; U.K.Import);

STAINER, SIR JOHNCrucifixion”; Richards Crooks, Tenor; Lawrence Tibbitt, Baritone; Mark Andrews, Organ; The Trinity Choir (RCA Camden CAL 235);

STANGE,STANISLAUS/ STRAUS, OSCARThe Chocolate Soldier”; Ann Ayars, Soprano; Charles Fredericks, Baritone; Jimmy Carroll, Tenor; Al Goodman and his Orchestra (RCA Victor LK 1006);

STERN, ISAAC (violin)Mozart;'Concerto No.3 in G Major for Violin and Orchestra, K.216' Columbia Chamber Orchestra”// “Haydn; 'Concerto No.1 in C Major for Violin and String Orchestra” Columbia String Orchestra”; (Columbia Masterworks ML 5248);

*** “Tchaikovsky; 'Concerto in D Major for Violin and Orchestra, Op.35'// Mendelssohn; 'Concerto in E Minor for Violin and Orchestra”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks ML 5379);

STOLZ, ROBERTMusic of Robert Stolz”; Marcel Wittrisch, Tenor; John Hendrik, Tenor; Robert Stolz and his Concert Orchestra (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; London ffrr LPS.157);

STRADIVARI STRINGSWaltzes in ¾ Time”; Spi n-O-Rama M-85);

STRAUSS, JOHANN JR.The Beautiful Waltzes of Johann Strauss”; The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Clemens Krauss (Richmond High Fidelity B. 19089);

*** “The Best of Strauss”; Mishel Piastro and his Concert Orchestra (Decca Records DL 8826);

*** “The Blue Danube; A Johann Strauss Festival”; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (Columbia Odyssey Y 30053);

*** “The Blue Danube; A Johann Strauss Festival”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks MS 6217);

*** “Die Fledermaus (concert version; excerpts)”; Radio Zurich Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Walter Goehr (Musical Masterpiece Society M2022-OP3);

*** “Die Fledermaus (highlights)”; The Robert Shaw Chorale; Stars of the Metropolitan; RCA Victor Orchestra conducted by Fritz Reiner (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1114);

*** “Fledermaus; The Metropolitan Opera Version”; The Chorus and Orchestra of the Metropolitan Association conducted by Eugene Ormandy; New English Lyrics by Howard Dietz; New Libretto by Garson Kanin (Columbia Masterworks ML-4377);

*** “Grandes Valses”; Sudwestfunk Orchester de Baden-Baden conducted by Georges Sebastian (1981; Musidisc Rishesse Classique RC 714);

*** “Greatest Hits of Johann Strauss”; The Vienna Strings conducted by Hans Richter (Stereo Gold Award GA-12);

*** “The Greatest Strauss Waltzes”; Harry Horlick and his Orchestra (Lion Full Fidelity L-70066);

*** “The Gypsy Baron”; Chorus and Orchestra of Radio Zurich conducted by Walter Goehr (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; 2-LP's Gatefold; The Musical Masterpiece Society M130-OP12);

*** “A Johann Strauss Concert”; The London Symphony Orchestra and The New Symphony Orchestra conducted by Josef Krips (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Decca ffrr LM.4530; U.K.Import);

*** “Johann Strauss' Greatest Hits”; Boston Pops conducted bu Arthur Fiedler; Chicago Symphony conducted by Fritz Reiner (RCA Red Seal LSC-5005);

*** “Johann Strauss' Greatest Hits”; The London Festival Orchestra conducted by Eric Rogers (Reader's Digest RCA Custom 27360);

*** “Johann Strauss' Greatest Hits”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (CBS Masterworks XM 7502);

*** “Johann Strauss Jr.”; The Columbia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bruno Walter (Columbia Masterworks ML 5113);

*** “Johann Strauss, Jr. Waltzes”; Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Oivin Fjeldstad (RCA Camden CAL 623);

*** “Mantovani Plays Strauss Waltzes”; Mantovani and his Orchestra (London ffrr LL.685);

*** “Miniatures by Johann Strauss”; The Columbia Broadcasting Symphony conducted by Howard Barlow (Columbia Entre Record RL-3020);

*** “Mr. Strauss comes to Boston”; Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1809);

*** “One Hour of Strauss Waltzes”; Viennese Symphonic Orchestra (Plymouth P-12-61);

*** “Patrice Munsel sings Strauss Waltzes”; RCA Victor Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; RCA Victor Red Seal LM 139);

*** “Sammy Kaye plays Strauss Waltzes”; Sammy Kaye and his Orchestra (Columbia CL 1236);

*** “Strauss Favorites”; Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler (Pickwick ACL1-0434(e));

*** “A Strauss Waltz Concert”; Billy Vaughn and Orchestra (Hamilton HLP 147(A));

*** “Strauss Waltzes”; Andre Kostelanetz and his Orchestra (Columbia CL 1354); (Columbia CS 8162);

*** “Strauss Waltzes”; The Danube Strings conducted by Hans Jurgen Walther (Somerset SF20);

*** “Strauss Waltzes”; Festival Symphony Orchestra (Library of Great Composers GCLP-903);

*** “Strauss Waltzes”; Karl Dorfmann and his Orchestra (Masterseal MSLP 5007);

*** “Strauss Waltzes”; Mantovani and his Orchestra (London ffrr PS. 118);

*** “Strauss Waltzes”; The Nurnberg Symphony Orchestra; The Munich Symphony Orchestra (1983; Masterpiece Series MK 1840);

*** “Strauss Waltzes”; 101 Strings (Alshire Records S-5191);

*** “Strauss Waltzes”; Royal Viennese Symphonic Orchestra (TOPS Records L1520);

*** “Stauss Waltzes by Andre Kostelanetz”; Andre Kostelanetz and his Orchestra (Columbia Masterworks CL 805);

*** “Strauss Waltzes for Dancing”; Harry Horlick and his Orchestra (Vocalion VL 3608);

*** “Strauss Waltzes in Dance Tempo”; Al Goodman and his Orchestra (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Columbia CL 6028);

*** “Strauss Waltzes; Johann Strauss (1825-1899)”; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Antal Dorati (Gatefold; London Phase 4 Stereo SPC. 21018);

*** “Strauss Waltzes played by Carmen Cavallaro”; Piano Solos with Guitar, Bass and Drums (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Decca DL 5088);

*** “Trtsch-Tratsch Polka// Emperor Waltz// Voices of Spring Life Waltz// 'Vienna Blood' Waltz// 'Artist's Life' Waltz// The Blue Danube Waltz”; Innsbruck Symphony Orchestra conducted by Eduard Strauss (Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 13);

*** “The Vienna of Johann Strauss”; Vienna Philharmonic conducted by Herbert von Karajan (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2538);

*** “The Viennese Magic of Johann Strauss”; Boston Pops conducted by Arthur Fiedler (RCA Camden CAL 126);

*** “Waltzing with Strauss”; Vienna State Opera Orchestra conducted by Max Schonherr; Vienna Broadcasting Orchestra conducted by Max Gunther (Harmony HL-7061);

*** “World of Strauss”; Famous European Orchestras (1973; 2-LP's Gatefold; K-Tel International NI-463);

*** “World of Strauss Volume 1”; Famous European Orchestras (1973; K-Tel International NI-463);

*** “World of Strauss Volume 2”; Famous European Orchestras (1973; K-Tel International NI-463);

STRAUSS, JOHANN JR. AND JOSEFThe Blue Danube; Waltzes, Polkas, Other Works by J.&J. Strauss”; Berlin Philharmonic Oechestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Gram 644 003); (Deutsche Grammonphon 139 014; German Import);

*** “From Vienna with Love, Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert”; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Willi Boskovsky (1971; London ffrr Stereophonic CS.6731; U.K.Import);

*** “Great Strauss Waltzes”; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Willi Boskovsky (Decca ffrr SXL.6029; U.K.Import);

*** “Vienna Carnival”; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Willi Boskovsky (Decca ffrr SXL.2163; U.K.Import);

*** “Waltzes, Polkas, Marches”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (1986; Deutsche Gram 415 852-1);

*** “Walzer, Polkas, Marsche”; Berlin Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammonphon 2530 027; German Import);

STRAUSS, JOHANN JR.Der Fledermaus Overture”; VON WEBER, CARL MARIAInvitation to the Waltz”; The Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Elliot Everett (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Varsity LP 6918);

STRAUSS, RICHARDAlso Sprach Zarathustra, Op.30”; Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Fritz Reiner (Original Master Recording MFSL 1-522);

*** “Also Sprach Zarathustra”; Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (1982; CBS Great Performances MY 37254);

*** “Also Sprach Zarathustra, Op.30// Till Eulenspiegel, Op.28// Don Juan”; Samuel Magad, Violin; Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Georg Solti (1976; London ffrr Stereophonic CS 6978; Holland Import);

*** “Don Quixote, Op.35”; Lorne Munroe, Cello; William Lincer, Viola; David Nadien, Violin; New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein (Columbia Masterworks M 30067);

*** “Ein Heldenleben “A Hero's Life” Tone Poem, Op.40”; Rafael Druian, Violin; Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra conducted by Antal Dorati (Mercury Olympian Series MG 50012);

*** “Symphonia Domestica, Op.53// Horn Concerto No.1 in E-Flat Major, Op.11”; Myron Bloom, Horn; Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (Columbia Odyssey Y 32889);

*** “Szell conducts Richard Strauss; Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks, Op.28// Don Juan, Op.20// Death and Transfiguration, Op.24”; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (Columbia Odyssey Y 30313);

*** “Till Eulenspiegel// Don Juan// Death and Transfiguration”; The Vienna Philharmonic conducted by Andre Previn (1980; Angel Records Digital S37753);

*** “Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streich, Op.28 (Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks)// Waltzes from Rosenkavalier// Salome's Dance”; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by Artur Rodzinski (Columbia Masterworks ML 4045);

*** “Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks, Op.28// Festival Prelude, Op.61// Don Juan, Op.20// Salome's Dance fron 'Salome', Op.54”; Wolfgang Meyer, Organ; Thomas Brandis, Violin; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Karl Bohm (Deutsche Grammonphon 2535 208);

STRAUSS, RICHARDDeath and Transfiguration”; LISZT, FRANZLes Preludes”; Utracht Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ignace Neumark and Paul Hupperts (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Musical Masterpiece Society MMS-73);

STRAUSS, RICHARDDon Juan// Salome's Dance”; RESPIGHI, OTTORINO “Pines of Rome”; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Rudolf Kempe and Antal Dorati (Quintessence PMC 7005);

STRAUSS FAMILYFestival of Hits by the Strauss Family”; The Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammonphon 2538 300; German import);

STRAVINSKY, IGORFirebird & Agon”; New York City Ballet Orchestra conducted by Robert Irving (Kapp Records KCL 9037);

*** “The Firebird (Suite)// Le Sacre du Printemps”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Claudio Abbado (1986; Deutsche Grammonphon 415 854-1; German Import);

*** “Great Men of Music”; (1976; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 550);

*** “Oedipus Rex”; Sir Ralph Richardson, Speaker; The Sadler's Wells Men's Chorus and Soloists; The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Colin Davis (Angel Records ANG. 35778);

*** “Pulcinella, Ballet Suite after Pergolesi// Divertimento, from Le Baiser de la Fee (The Fairy's Kiss)”; Orchestra National de la Radioiffusion Francaise directed by Igor Markevitch (Angel Records ANG. 35143);

*** “The Rite of Spring”; Toronto Symphony conducted by Andrew Davis (1983 CBC Records SM5019);

*** “The Rite of Spring”; USSR Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yevgeny Svetlanov (Melodiya/Angel Records SR-40063);

*** “Le Sacre du Printemps (The Rite of Spring)”; L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande conducted by Ernest Ansermet (London ffrr LLP.303; U.K.Import); (Sine Qua Non SQN-7729);

*** “Suite from “The Firebird”// “Petrushka” Suite”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (1972; Columbia Masterworks M 31362);

STRAVINSKY, IGORConcerto in E Flat (Dumbarton Oaks)”; BARTOK, BELAThree Village Scenes”// “Contrasts”; Canadian Chamber Ensemble conducted by Raffi Armenian (1983; CBC Records SM5014);

STRAVINSKY, IGORThe Rite of Spring”; PROKOFIEV, SERGEIClassical Symphony”; New Philharmonia Symphony conducted by Rafael Fruhbeck De Burgos (Angel Records S. 36427);

STRAVINSKY, IGORAgon”; SCHULLER7 Studies on Themes of Paul Klee”; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Erich Leinsdorf (RCA Victor LSC 28790;

SUNDQUIST, JAMES (guitar)An Anthology of Sacred Hymns for Classical Guitar”; (1982; Image VII VII 7803);

SUPPE, FRANZ VON “Light Cavalry Overture// Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna”; TheLondon Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Georg Solti (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; London ffrr LD-9005);

*** “Overtures; “Poet and Peasant”// “Beautiful Galathea”// “Light Cavalry”// “Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna”// “Boccaccio”; Sudwestfunk Orchestra, Baden-Baden conducted by Tibor Szoke (VOX STPL 516.540);

*** “Poet and Peasant Overture”// “Pique Dame Overture”; The London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Georg Solti (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; London ffrr LD-9006);

SUTHERLAND, JOAN/ HORNE, MARILYNDuets from 'Semiramide' and 'Norma'”; The London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Richard Bonynge (London ffrr Stereophonic OS 26168; Holland Import);

SUTHERLAND, JOAN/ PAVAROTTI, LUCIANODuette aus; “La Traviaya”, “Otello”, “Aida”, “Die Nachtwandlerin”, “Linda di Chamounix”; National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Richard Bonynge (1977; Decca 6.42278; German Import);

THE SWINGLE SINGERSGoing Baroque”; Swinging the Hits of Handel, Vivaldi, J.S. Bach, Ph.E. Bach, W.F. Bach (Philips PHS 600-126(D));

SZERYNG, HENRYK (violin)L'extraordinaire Henryk Szeryng”; (Philips 6526 028; France Import);

SZIRMAI, ALBERTRxcerpts from Operettas by Albert Szirmai”; Hungarian State Orchestra conducted by Tamas Brody (Qualiton SLPX 16560; Hungary Import);

TALLIS, THOMASSacred Music of Thomas Tallis”; The Lamentations of Jeremiah; Mass for Four Voices; In Jejunio et Fletu (Motet); New York Pro Musica directed by Noah Greenberg (Gatefold; Decca Gold Label Series DL 9404);

TAUBER, RICHARD (tenor)Viennese Operetta Favorites”; The Land of Smiles; The Merry Widow; The Gypsy Baron; Frederica; White Horse Inn; Giuditta; Frau Luna (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Decca Gold Label DL 7511);

TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER ILYICHBallet Suites; Swan Lake// Sleeping Beauty”; Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Angel Records S-35740);

*** “The Complete 'Swan Lake' Ballet in 4 Acts”; Ruggiero Ricci, Violin; Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Anatole Fistoulari (1973; 3-LP's Boxed Set with 16-page Booklet; Decca Phase 4 Stereo 10BB.168/170; U.K.Import);

*** “Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.1 in B Flat Minor, Op.23” Yuri Boukoff, Piano; Vienna Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jean Fournet// “Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D Major, Op.35” Henryk Szeryng, Violin; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Antal Dorati”; (1980; Philips Stereo 6511 014);

*** “Concerto No.1, in B-Flat Minor, Op.23”; Van Cliburn, Piano; Symphony of the Air directed by Kiril P. Kondrashin (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2252); (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2252);

*** “Der Nussknacker, Op.71 Marchenballett in 2 Akten (Konzertfassung)”; Orchester der Philharmonischen Gesellschaft, Amsterdam leitung Gianfranco Rivoli (Musical Masterpiece Society M-2237);

*** “The Early Symphonies, Numbers 1,2,3”; U.S.S.R Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yevgeny Svetlanov (3-LP's Boxed Set); Quintessence Critic's Choice 3PC-3701);

*** “1812 Festival Overture, Op.49 (Original Scoring)// Capriccio Italien, Op.45”; Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra conducted by Antal Dorati (Mercury Olympian Series MG 50054);

*** “1812 Overture, Op.49// Capriccio Italien, Op.49// Cossack Dance from Mazeppa”; The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra conducted by Erich Kunzel (1979; Gatefold; Telarc Digital; 10041; German Import);

*** “1812 Overture// Marche Slave// Overture – Fantasy Romeo and Juliet”; New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein (1981; CBS Great Performances MY 36723);

*** “1812 Overture, Op.49// Serenade in C Major for String Orchestra, Op.48”; Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Valley Forge Military Academy Band; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (CBS Masterworks M 30447);

*** “Fantasy arr. By Robert Stolz”; The Vienna Symphony Orchestra conducted by Robert Stolz (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; London ffrr LPS.234);

*** “Festival of Hits”; (Deutsche Grammonphon 2538 122; German Import);

*** “Great Men of Music”; (1977; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 541);

*** “A Joy Forever Special Limited Edition 2; Ntcracker Suite// Romeo & Juliet”; Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Herbert von Karajan (1972; Gatefold with Deutsche Grammonphon Calalog Insert; Deutsche Grammonphon 2563 213);

*** “Konzert fur Klavier und Orchester Nr.1 b-moll op.23”; Sviatoslav Richter, Klavier; Wiener Symphoniker dirigent Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammonphon 138 822; German Import);

*** “The Late Symphonies, Numbers 4,5,6”; U.S.S.R. Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yevgeny Svetlanov; The New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Jascha Horenstein; Czech Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Lovro von Matacic (3-LP's Boxed Set; Quintessence Critic's Choice 3PC-3702);

*** “Million Seller Themes from the Heart of Tchaikovsky”; 101 Strings (Alshire ALS-5115);

*** “The Nutcracker, Op.71 (complete)”; The National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Kenneth Schermerhorn (1978; 2-LP's Gatefold; Columbia Masterworks M2 35189);

*** “The Nutcracker, Op.71 (excerpts)”; Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2052);

*** “Nutcracker Suite”; Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; RCA Victor Red Seal LM 8);

*** “The Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a”; Leopold Stokowski and his Symphony Orchestra (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; RCA Victor Red Seal LM 46);

*** “Nutcracker Suite Op.71”; Vienna Tonkuenstler Symphony Orchestra (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Plymouth P10-13);

*** “The Nutcracker Suites Nos.2 & 2”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn (1974; Angel Records S-36990);

*** “Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a// 1812 Overture, Op.49// Marche Slave, Op.31”; Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Odd Gruner-Hegge (RCA Camden CAS 630);

*** “Nutcracker Suite, Op.71// Romeo and Juliet Overture – Fantasy”; Festival Symphony Orchestra (Library of Great Composers GCLP-902);

*** “The Nutcracker Suite// Romeo and Juliet Overture – Fantasy”; Philharmoia Hungarica conducted by Zoltan Rozsnyai (1979; M & K RealTime Records RT-201; Import Pressing; Mint Sealed);

*** “Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a// The Sleeping Beauty – Ballet Music, Op.66”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks ML 4729);

*** “Nutcracker Suite. Op.71a// Swan Lake Ballet Suite”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks MS 6807);

*** “Ouverture solennelle 1812 op.49// Capriccio italien op.45// Marche slave op.31”; Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Daniel Barenboim (1982; Deutsche Grammonphon 2532 022; German Import);

*** “Ouverture Solennelle 1812, Op.49// Fantasy Overture – 'Romeo and Juliet'”; The Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zubin Mehta (1970; Gatefold; London ffrr Stereophonic CS. 6670; U.K.Import); (1970; Decca ffss SXL.6448; U.K.Import);

*** “Overture 1812, Op.49// Marche Slave, Op.31// Romeo and Juliet – Fantasy Overture// Waltz (from “The Sleeping Beauty” Ballet, Op.66, Act 1)”; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent (Seraphim S-60023);

*** “Overture “1812”, Op.49// Marche slave, Op.31// Polonaise from “Eugene Onegin”// Francesca da Rimini, Op.32”; The Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Seiji Ozawa (1985; Angel Digital DS 38200);

*** “Piano Concerto No.1 in B Flat”; Serge Yanov, Piano; Hamberg Festival Symphony Orchestra conducted by Amleto Toscali (Bravo Records K-117);

*** “Piano Concerto No.1 in B Flat Minor, Op.23”; Hermann Schwertmann, Piano; The Austrian Symphony Orchestra conducted by Alexander Paulmuller (Remington Musirama R-199-76);

*** “Piano Concerto No.1 in B Flat Minor, Op.23”; Vladimir Ashkenazy, Piano; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Lorin Maazel (London ffrr Stereophonic CS 6360; Holland Import);

*** “Piano Concerto No.1// Nutcracker Suite Selections”; (1977; Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 14);

*** “The Queen of Spades (concert version”; Chorus and Orchestra of The Bolshoi Theater conducted by A. Melik-Pasheyev (Musical Masterpiece Society M2012-OP7);

*** “The Romantic Music of Tchaikovsky, Vol.1”; Leonid Hambro, Piano; Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra (Columbia CL 1220);

*** “Romeo and juliet – Overture Fantasy// Swan Lake Ballet Op.20 – Scene (Act II)// Swan Lake Ballet Op.20 – Excerpts// Nutcracker Ballet, Op.71 – Overture// Nutcracker Ballet, Op.71 – March (Act 1)”; Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (1979; CBS Embassy S CBS 30109; U.K.Import);

*** “The Seasonns”; Record 1 Orchestral Version - U.S.S.R. Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yevgeny Svetlanov; Record 2 Piano Version – Alexei Cherkassov, Piano (1974; 2-LP's Gatefold; Columbia/Melodiya MG 35184);

*** “Serenade for Strings// 1812 Overture”; Bavarian Symphony Orchestra conducted by Hans Hagen (Everest LPBR 6103);

*** “Serenade for Strings in C Major, Op.48// Nutcracker Ballet Suite, Op.71a”; Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammonphon 139 030; German Import);

*** “The Sleeping Beauty, Op.66 (complete recording)”; Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam conducted by Antal Dorati (Musical Heritage Society MHS 837236M);

*** “The Sleeping Beauty, Op.66 (excerpts)”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pierre Monteux (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2177);

*** “The Sleeping Beauty, Op.66 (excerpts)”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks MS-6279);

*** “The Swan Lake”; St. Louis Symphony Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Golschmann (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1003);

*** “Swan Lake Ballet”; The Philharmonia Orchestra (Halo 5068);

*** “Swan Lake Ballet, Op.20”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pierre Monteux (1982; Philips Stereo 6539 008);

*** “Swan Lake Ballet Suite, Op.20”; Bolshoi Tyheatre Orchestra conducted by Yuri Faier (Saga Records SAGA 5004;U.K.Import);

*** “Swan Lake Ballet Suite, Op.20 (complete)”; Prague National Theatre Orchestra conducted by Franz Skvor (2-LP's Gatefold; Parliament PLP 112);

*** “Swan Lake Ballet Suite, Opus 20// Sleeping Beauty Ballet Suite, Opus 66”; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Angel Records ANG.35006;U.K.Import);

*** “Swan Lake Op.20 (excerpts)// Sleeping Beauty Op.66 (excerpts)”; Wiener Symphoniker conducted by Edouard van Remoortel (VOX Records STPL 511.770);

*** “Symphony No.3 in D Major, Op.29”; Moscow Radio Large Symphony Orchestra directed by Gennadi Rozhdestvensky (CM 04233-4; U.S.S.R. Import);

*** “Symphony No.3 in D, Op.29 (“Polish”)”; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Mstislav Rostropovich (Angel Records SQ-37295);

*** “Symphony No.4 in F Minor, Op.36”; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Serge Koussevitzky (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1008);

*** “Symphony No.4 in F Minor, Op.36”; Halle Orchestra conducted by Sir John Barbirolli (Marble Arch MALS 915);

*** “Symphony No.4 in F Minor, Op.36”; Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Yevgeny Mravinsky (Deutsche Grammonphon 2535 235);

*** “Symphony No.4 in F minor, Op.36”; Leningrader Philharmonie conducted by Jewgenij Mrawonskij (Deutsche Grammonphon 138 657; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.4 in F minor, Op.36”; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Mstislav Rostropovich (1977; Angel Records SQ-37296);

*** “Symphony No.4 in F Minor, Op.36”; New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein (1976; Columbia Masterworks XM-33886; Mint Sealed);

*** “Symphony No.4 in F Minor, Op.36”; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks ML 4050);

*** “Symphony No.4 in F Minor, Op.36”; Vienna Tonkuenstler Symphony Orchestra (Plymouth P-12-1);

*** “Symphony No.5 In E Minor, Op.64”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (1976; Deutsche Grammonphon 2530 699; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.5 in E Minor, Op.64”; Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Yevgeny Mravinsky (1974; Deutsche Gram 2535 236);

*** “Symphony No.6 in B Minor, Op.74 (Pathetique)”; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Ferenc Fricsay (1973; Helidor 89.568);

*** “Symphony No.6 in B Minor, Op.74 (Pathetique)”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammonphon 138 921; German Import);

*** “Symphony No.6 in B Minor, Op.74 (Pathetique)”; Berlin Symphony Orchestra conducted by Walter Jurgens (1975; Funk & Wagnalls Family Library Of Great Music Album 2);

*** “Symphony No.6 in B Minor, Op.74 (Pathetique)”; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2683);

*** “Symphony No.6 in B Minor, Op.74 (“Pathetique”)”; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pierre Monteux (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 1901);

*** “Symphony No.6 in B Minor, Op.74 (“Pathetique”)”; Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pierre Monteux (1976; RCA Gold Seal AGL1-1522);

*** “Symphony No.6 in B Minor, Op.74 (“Pathetique”)”; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Mstislav Rostropovich (1977; Angel Records SQ-37299);

*** “Symphony No.6 in B Minor, Op.74 (“Pathetique”)”; The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jean Martinon (London/Ace of Diamonds SDD 138);

*** “Symphony No.6 in B Minor, Op.74 (“Pathetique”)”; The Virtuoso Symphony of London conducted by Alfred Wallenstein (Audio Fidelity FCS 50002);

*** “Symphony No.6 in B Minor “Pathetique”, Opus 74”; Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Eugene Mravinsky (Whitehaa 5002);

*** “The Tchaikovsky Ballet Album; Suites from The Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty Swan Lake”; Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Masterworks MG 30297);

*** “Tchaikovsky's Greatest Ballets; Suites from The Nutcracker, Swan Lake”; Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler (RCA Red Seal LSC-4002);

*** “Tchaikovsky's Greatest Ballets; Suites from The Nutcracker, Swan Lake”; The New Symphony Orchestra of London conducted by Sir Adrian Boult (1976; Quintessence PMC 7010);

*** “Tchaikovsky's Greatest Hits Vol.1; Piano Concerto No.1 Theme// Waltz of the Flowers// Swan Lake Waltz// Andante Cantabile// Sleeping Beauty Waltz// Romeo and Juliet Love Theme”; Boston Pops conducted by Arthur Fiedler; Morton Gould conductinghis Orchestra and Chicago Symphony; Boston Symphony conducted by Charles Munch (1977; Quintessence PMC 7012);

*** “Tchaikovsky – The Melody Master”; Various Symphonies and Conductors (1978; 3-LP's; Tee Vee Records TA-1090);

*** “A Tchaikovsky Spectacular; The Overture “1812”// Romeo and Juliet// Marche slave”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn (1973; Angel Records S-36890);

*** “Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake; The Original Soundtrack Recording from The Leningrad Kirov Ballet Company Film Production”; The Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by V. Fegomov (1972; 2-LP's Gatefold; Melodiya/Celebria 27018);

*** “The Three Piano Concertos; No.1 in B Flat Minor, No.2 in G, No.3 in E Flat”; Emil Gilels, Piano; New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Lorin Maazel (1973; 2-LP's Gatefold; Angel Records SB-3798);

*** “The Three Tchaikovsky Piano Concertos”; Gary Graffman, Piano; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (2-LP's Gatefold; Columbia Masterworks MG 30838);

*** “Violin Concerto in D, Op.35”; Jascha Heifetz, Violin; Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Fritz Reiner (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2129);

*** “Violin Concerto in D Major, Op.35”; Tossy Spivakovsky, Violin; The London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Walter Goehr (Everest/ A&W Records SDBR-3049; Philippine Import);

*** “Violin Concerto in D Major, Op.35”; Erica Morini, Violin; Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of London conducted by Artur Rodzinski (Westminster Hi-Fi XWN 18397);

*** “Violin Concerto in D Major for Violin and Orchestra”; David Oistrakh, Violin; The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy (Columbia Odyssey Y 30312);

*** “Violin Concerto in D Major, Op.35 for Violin and Orchestra”; Michele Auclair, Violin; The Viennese Symphonic Orchestra conducted by Kurt Woess (Masterseal (MS-33-203-3));

TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER ILYICHSerenade in C for String Orchestra”; ARENSKY, ANTONVariations on a Theme by Tchaikovsky”; The London Symphony Orchestra directed by Sir John Barbirolli (Angel Records S. 36269);

TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER ILYICHSerenade in C major for Strings, Op.48”; DVORAK, ANTONINSerenade in E major for Strings, Op.22”; The Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields directed by Neville Marriner (1976; Argo Records ZRG.848; U.K.Import);

TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER ILYICHSerenade for Strings in C major, Op.48”; Staatskapelle Dresden conducted by Otmar Suitner; DVORAK, ANTONINSerenade for Strings in E major, Op.22”; Symphony Orchestra of Norddeutscher Rundfunk Hamberg conducted by Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt (1974; Helidor 2548 121);

TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER ILYICH1812 Overture, Op.49”; State Radio Orchestra and Army Band of The U.S.S.R. Conducted by Nikolayi Golovanov// “Marche Slav, Op.31” The State Orchestra of The U.S.S.R. Conducted by Nikolai Anosov; GRIEG, EDVARDNorwegian Dances, Op.35” The State Orchestra of The U.S.S.R. Conducted by Nikolai Andosov (Lion CL-40005);

TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER ILYICHThe Nutcracker Suite”; GRIEG, EDVARDPeer Gynt Suite”; The Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler (1975; London Phase 4 Stereo SPC.21142);

TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER ILYICHSerenade in C Major for String Orchestra, Op.48”; MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUSEine Kleine Nachtmusik (K.525)”; The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Georg Solti (London ffrr CM 9010);

TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER ILYICHPiano Concerto No.1 in Bb Minor, Op.23”; Ivan Davis, Piano; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Henry Lewis; RACHMANINOFF, SERGEIRhapsody on a Theme of Paganini”; Ilana Vered, Piano; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Hans Vonk”; (1983; Contour Red Label; U.K.Import);

TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER ILYICH1912 Overture”; ROSSINI, GIACCHINOWilliam Tell Overture”; Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler (RCA Camden CAL 116);

TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER ILYICHSymphony No.4 in F Minor, Op.36”; SKRYABIN, ALEXANDEREtude in C Minor, Op.2 No.1”; American Symphony Orchestra conducter by Leopold Stokowski (1972; Vanguarg Quadraphonic VSQ-30001);

TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER ILYICHNutcracker Suite”; WEBERInvitation to the Dance, Op.65”; STRAUSS, RICHARDDer Rosenkavalier” Waltzes, Op.59”; Bamberg Symphony conducted by Heinrich Hollreiser and Jonel Perlea (Yorkshire Records RCC 22440);

TEBALDI, RENATA (soprano)The Best of Tebaldi; Arias by Puccini, Giordano, Cilea, Boiti”; Orchestra of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Rome (London ffss OS 25729; U.K.Import);

*** “Operatic Recital by Renata Tebaldi”; Orchestra of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Rome conducted by Alberto Erede (London ffss OS.25020; U.K.Import);

*** “Tebaldi in Concert; Italian Songs”; Richard Bonynge, Piano (London ffrr Stereophonic OS.26303; U.K.Import);

*** “Tebaldi Sings Verdi”; Chorus and Orchestra of the Accademic di Santa Cecilia, Rome Conducted by Molinari Pradelli (London ffrr X. 5520);

TE KANAWA, KIRI (soprano)Strauss Four Last Songs// Orchestral Songs”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andrew Davis (1979; Columbia Masterworks M 35140);

*** “Verdi & Puccini”; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Pritchard (1983; CBS Records Masterworks IM 37298);

TELEMANN, GEORG PHILIPPSuite The Prostitute (La Putain)// Concerto in Bb for 2 Flutes, 2 Oboes and Strings// Concerto in D for 3 Trumpets, 2 Oboes, Timpani and Strings// Concluding Music from the Tafelmusik for 2 Flutes and Strings”; The Esterhazy Orchestra conducted by David Blum (The Bach Guild/Stereolab BGS-70695);

*** “Virtuoso Music for Recorder, Oboe, and Harpsichord”; The Telemann Society Chamber Group (VOX STPL 516.210);

*** “Wasser Music// Le Tintamarre”; Collegium Musicum de Paris conducted by Roland Douatte (Musidisc 30 RC 759; France Import); (Mint Sealed Copy Available);

TEMPLETON, ALEC (piano)Alec Templeton Volume 1 Piano Solos”; (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; Decca DL 5484);

THEODORAKIS, MIKISMarch of the Spirit”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Mikis Theodorakis (1973; Polydor 2489.017);

THOMAS, THOMAS L. (tenor)Favorite Ballads”; Ivor Newton, Piano (London ffrr 5256);

TORROBA, FEDERICO MORENO “”Homenaje a la Seguidilla”; CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO, MARIOGuitar Concerto in D, Op.99”; Angel Romero, Guitar; English Chamber Orcestra conducted by Federico Moreno Torroba (1982; Angel Records Digital S-37880);

TOSCANINI, ARTUROArturo Toscanini a Lengendary Performer”; NBC Symphony Orchestra and New York Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Arturo Toscanini (1977; 12-page Booklet; RCA Records CRM1-2494);

TOSTI, FRANCESCO PAOLOSongs of Francesco Paolo Tosti”; Giuseppe Valdengo, Baritone; New Promenade Orchestra conducted by Alberto Erede (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; London ffrr LPS.116);

TOUREL, JENNIE (mezzo-soprano)Debussy; Cinq Poemes de Charles Baudelaire”// “A French Song Recital”; Erich Itor Khan, Piano; George Reeves, Piano (Columbia Masterworks ML 4158);

TRIO SONATAMusic for Flute, Oboe & Guitar”; (1981; Moss Music Group MMG 1138);

TUCKER, RICHARD (tenor)Great Tenor Arias”; Metropolitan Opera Orchestra conducted by Fausto Cleva and Emil Cooper; Metropolitan Opera Orchestra conducted by Wilfred Pelletier (Columbia Masterworks ML 54248);

*** “Sorrento”; Columbia Concert Orchestra conducted by Alfredo Antonini (Columbia Masterworks ML 5258);

TURINA, JOAQUINDanzas Fantasticas// Rapsodia Sinfonica (Frank Wibaut, piano)// Sinfonia Sevillana”; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Enrique Batiz (1983; Angel Records Digital S-37950);

VALDESPI, ARMANDO (piano)Valdespi Interpreta a Valdespi”; (Marvela PRR-948; Puerto Rico Import);

VALLIN, NINON (soprano)Recital Ninon Vallin; Chante Vos Airs Preferes”; (Odeon Bel Canto ORX 148; France Import);

VERA, ANA-MARIA (piano)Mozart; Piano Concerto K. 246// Hayden; Piano Concerto in D”; Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Edo de Waart (1976; Philips Stereo 6833 199; Holland Import);

VERDI, GIUSEPPEAida”; Katia Ricciarelli; Placido Domingo; Elena Obraztsova; Leo Nucci; Nicolai Ghiaurov; Ruggero Raimondi; Lucia Valentini Terrani; Coro e Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala conducted by Claudio Abbado (1982 3-LP's Boxed Set with 44-page Booklet; Deutsche Grammonphon 2741 014; German Import);

*** “Aida”; Maria Callas, Mario Del Monaco; Oralia Dominguez; Giuseppe Taddei; Roberto Silva; Orchestra e Coro del Palacio de Bellas Artes conducted by Oliviero de Fabritiis (1980; 3-LP's; Clave CCL-281/2/3; Mexico Import);

*** “Aida”; Leontyne Price; Jon Vickers; Rita Gorr; Giorgio Tozzi; Robert Merrill; Rome Opera House Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Georg Solti (3-LP's Boxed Set; RCA Victor Red Seal LCS 6158 (3));

*** “Aida; Highlights”; Maria Caniglia; Ebe Stignani; Gino Bechi; Italo Tajo; Orchestra and Chorus of the Opera House, Rome conducted by Tullio Serafin (RCA Victor Red Seal LCT 1102);

*** “Aida; Scenes and Highlights”; Birgit Nilsson; Franco Corelli; Grace Bumbry; Mario Sereni; Orchestra and Chorus of the Opera House, Rome conducted by Zubin Mehta (Angel Records S-36566; Mint Sealed);

*** “Great Men of Music”; (1976; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 551);

*** “Great Opera Choruses”; Chorus and Orchestra of La Scala directed by Tullio Serafin (Angel Records ANG. 35265; U.K.Import);

*** “Great Verdi Arias”; Anna Moffo, Soprano; RCA Italiana Orchestra conducted by Franco Ferrara (1977; RCA Gold Seal AGL1-1365);

*** “The Heart of the Opera Vol.5; Aida”; Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra (RCA Camden CAL 225);

*** “Nabucco (highlights)”; Chor & Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin conducted by Giuseppe Sinopoli (1983; Deutsche Grammonphon Digital 413 321-1; German Import);

*** “Otello (highlights)”; Ambrosian Opera Chorus and New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Sir John Barbirolli (1986; Angel Records AV34078);

*** “Otello (pagine scelte)”; Mario Del Monaco; Floriana Cavalli; Tito Gobbi; Orchestra e Coro Del teatro dell'Opera di Roma conducted by Franco Capuana (1981; Gatefold; I Gioielli Delia Lirca; Italy Import);

*** “Quattro Pezzi Sacri; Ave Maria// Stabat Mater// Laudi Alla Vergine Maria// Te Deum”; Coro e Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino conducted by Ettore Gracis (Deutsche Grammonphon 138 962; German Import);

*** “Requim Mass”; Beniamino Gigli; Ezio Pinza; Maria Caniglia; Ebe Stignani; Orchestra and Chorus of the Rome Opera House conducted by Tullio Serafin (2-LP's Boxed Set with 12-page Booklet; Angel Records Great Recordings of the Century COLH 108/109);

*** “Rigoletto; Opera-For-Orchestra”; Andre Kostelanetz and his Orchestra (Columbia CL 970);

*** “Rigoletto (Vocal Highlights)”; Ivan Petroff; Gino Sarri; Orlandina Orlandini; Mario Frosini; Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino conducted by Erasmo Ghiglia (Remington Musirama R-199-103);

*** “La Traviata (abridged)”; Rosanna Carteri; Cesare Valletti; Leonard Warren; Rome Opera House Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Pierre Monteux (16-page Booklet; RCA Victor Red Seal LM 2044);

*** “La Traviata (concert version)”; Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Walter Goehr (Musical Masterpiece Society M2011-OP1);

*** “La Traviata – Highlights”; Beverly Sills; The John Alldis Chorus and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Aldo Ceccato (S-36925);

*** “La Traviata (highlights)”; Licia Albanese, Jan Peerce, Robert Merrill; RCA Victor Orchestra (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1115);

*** “Il Trovatore”; Caterina Mancini; Miriam Pirazzini; Ezio Achilli etc.; Orchestra and Chorus of Radio Italiana (3-LP's Boxed Set with 12-page Booklet; Cetra-Soria Series 50.089/090/091)

*** “Il Trovatore”; Zinka Milanov; Jussi Bjoerling; Leonard Warren; The Robert Shaw Chorale conducted by Robert Shaw; RCA Orchestra conducted by Renato Cellini (2-LP's with 20-page Booklet; RCA Victrola AVM2-0699);

*** “Un Ballo in maschera”; Martina Arroyo; Placido Domingo; Piero Cappuccilli; Reri Grist; Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden; New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Riccardo Muti (1975; 3-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Angel Records SCLX-3762);

VICTORIA, TOMAS LUIS DEO Quam Gloriosum est Regnum”; Choir of St. John's College Cambridge directed by George Guest (1970; Argo Records ZRG 620; U.K.Import);

VIVALDI, ANTONIOThe Complete Concertos for Lute (Guitar) and Mandoline”; Narciso Yepes, Guitar; Takashi and Silvia Ochi, Mandolins; Paul Kuentz Chamber Orchestra conducted by Paul Kuentz (Deutsche Grammonphon 2530 211); (German Import also Available);

*** “5 Concerti for Diverse Instruments”; Chamber Orchestra of the Saar conducted by Karl Ristenpart (Nonesuch Records H 71104);

*** “Four Concertos for Viola D'Amore”; Michel Pons, Viola D'Amore; Toulouse Chamber Orchestra conducted by Georges Armand (1973; Seraphim S-60244);

*** “Four Flute Concertos by Vivaldi”; Ransom Wilson, Flute; The New Koto Ensemble of Tokyo conducted by Yoshikazu Fukumura (1979; Angel Records S-37325);

*** “The Four Seasons”; The Academy of St.Martin-in-the-Fields conducted by Neville Marriner; Alan Loveday, Violin; Simon Preston, Organ and Harpsichord Continuo (Argo records XZRG-654);

*** “The Four Seasons”; English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Henryk Szeryng and Solo Violin (Philips Stereo 6570 061; Holland Import);

*** “The Four Seasons”; I Solisti si Zagreb conducted by Antonio Janigro; Jan Tomasow, Violin; Anton Heiller, Harpsichord (The Bach Guild BG-564);

*** “The Four Seasons”; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Itzhak Perlman and Solo Violin (1976; Angel Records SQ-37053);

*** “The Four Seasons”; La Petite Bande conducted by Sigiswald Kuijken and Solo Violin (1981; Pro-Arte PAL-1024);

*** “The Four Seasons”; Southwest German Chamber Orchestra conducted by Friedrich Tilegant; Reinhold Barchet, Violin (Nonesuch Records H-71070);

*** “The Four Seasons”; The Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra conducted by Karl Munchinger; Werner Krotzinger (London ffrr CM. 9037);

*** “The Four Seasons”; Virtuosi di Roma conducted by Renato Fasano; Luigi Ferro and Guido Mozzato (1985; Angel Eminence/EMI AE-34430);

*** “The Four Seasons”; Zagreb Soloist conducted by James Galway and Flute (1977; RCA Red Seal LRL1-2284);

*** “Gloria”; Vienna State Orchestra conducted by Hermann Scherchen (Westminster Gold WGS-8132); STL 564);

*** “Les Grands Maitres de la Musique”; (1979; 4-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; Time Life Records STL 564);

*** “Lute and Mandolin Concerti”; Paul Grund and Artur Rumetsch, Mandolins; Anton Stingl, Lute; Wurttembergisches Kammerorchester, Heilbronn conducted by Jorg Faerber (VOX STDL 501.060);

*** “Les Quatre Saisons”; Louis Gay des Combes, Violin; Luciano Sgrizzi, Clavecin; Orchestr4e de la Radio Svizzera Italiana conducted by Roland Douatte (Musidisc 30 RC 804);

*** “Le Quattro Stagioni”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan; Michel Schwalbe, Solo-Violine (Deutsche Grammonphon 2530 296); (German Import Copy Available);

*** “Le Quattro Stagioni”; The English Consort conducted by Trevor Pinnock; Simon Standage, Violin (1982; Archiv Produktion 2534 003; German Import);

*** “Le Quattro Stagioni”; London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Claudio Abbado; Gidon Kremer, Violin (1981; Deutsche Grammonphon 2531 287; German Import);

*** “Le Quattro Stagioni”; New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Leopold Stokowski; Hugh Bean, Violin (1981; London/Viva! VIV 3);

*** “6 Concerti”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan (Deutsche Grammonphon 2530 094; German import);

VINTER, GILBERT “The Trumpets”; Michael Langdon, Bass; Huddersfield Glee and Madrigal Society Choir; Black Dyck Mills Band conducted by Geoffrey Brand (Pye Records NSPL 19265);

VOISIN, ROGER (trumpet)Music for Trumpet and Orchestra vol.4; Scarlatti, Torelli, Fux, Neukomm, Stradella”; The Kapp Sinfonietta conducted by Emanuel Vardi (Kapp Records KL-1383; Mint Sealed);

VON STADE, FREDERICA (mezzo-soprano)A Portrait of Frederica von Stade”; (1984 CBS Records Masterworks M 39315; Holland Import);

VON SUPPE, FRANZFamous Overtures; Poet and Peasant// Pique Dame// Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna// Light Cavalry”; The London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Georg Solti (London ffrr LLP.352);

*** “6 Overtures; Light Cavalry// Poet and Peasant// Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna// Pique Dame// Tantalusqualea// Die Irrfahrt ins Gluck”; Philharmonia Promenade Orchestra conducted by Henry Krips (Angel Records S. 35427);

VRONSKY, VITYA// BABIN, VICTOR (pianos)Two Piano Recital”; Chopin; Rondo, Op.73// Schubert; Fantasy, Op.103// Liszt; Concerto Pathetique in E Minor// Mihaud; Scaramouche (Suite); (Decca Gold Label DL 9790);

WAGNER, RICHARDAnsermet Conducts Wagner”; L'Ochestre de la Suisse Romande conducted by Ernest Ansermet (London ffrr Stereophonic CS.6386);

*** “Die Meistersinger” Overture// “The Flying Dutchman” Overture// Prelude and Good friday Spell from”Parsifal”; The Columbia Symphony Orchestr conducted by Bruno Walter (Columbia Masterworks ML 5482);

*** “The Flying Dutchman”; George London; Leonie Rysanek; Giorgio Tozzi; Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden conducted by Antal Dorati (3-LP's Boxed Set with 24-page Booklet; London ffrr Stereophonic OSA 1399; U.K.Import);

*** “The Flying Dutchman, Overture// Ride of the Valkyries”; The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Hans Knappertsbusch (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; London ffrr LD.9064);

*** “Great Orchestra Music fom “The Ring of the Nibelungs”; The Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell (1981; CBS Great Performances MY 36715);

*** “Lohengrin – Highlights”; Jess Thomas; Elisabeth Grummer; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau; Christa Ludwig; Gottlob Frick; Otto Wiener; Vienna State Opera Chorus and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Rudolf Kempe (1986; Angel Records AV-34079);

*** “Lohengrin Preludes, Acts I, III/// Die Meistersinger Preludes, Acts I, III”; Hamburg State Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Joseph Keilberth (Telefunken TC 8019);

*** “Opera Favorites; Overtures, Chorues, Arirs and Marches”; The London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Reinhard Linz and Edward Downes; The Hamburg Staatsoper Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Leopold Ludwig (Audio Spectrum ASC 10005);

*** “Orchestral Music from “Ring Des Nibelungen””; New Uork Philharmonic conducted by Zubin Mehta (1983; CBS Records Masterworks 1P 76282);

*** “Overture to Tannhauser// Lohengrin, Prelude to Act 1 & 3 & Wedding Chorus// Prelude to Die Meistersinger// Siegfried's Rhine Journey & Funeral March”; (1977; Funk & Wagnalls Family Library of Great Music Album 16);

*** “Siegfried; Act 3, Scene 3”; Eileen Farrell, Soprano; Set Svanholm, Tenor; Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Erich Leinsdorf (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1000);

*** “Tristan und Isolde (highlights)”; Kirsten Flagstad; Ludwig Suthaus; Blanche Thebom; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Wilhelm Furtwangler (Seraphim 60145);

*** “A Wagner Program”; The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer (Angel Records S. 35947);

*** “Wagner Selections; Siegfried's Rhine Journey and Funeral Music// Prelude and Liebstod”; Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra conducted by William Steinberg (Pickwick/33 PC-4010);

WALTON, WILLIAMBelshazzar's Feast”; Dennis Noble, Baritone; London Philharmonic Choir; Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult (Westminster Hi-Fi XWN 18253);

WARREN, LEONARD (baritone)Operatic Arias by Leonard Warren”; Robert Shaw Chorale with Orchestra (RCA Victor Red Seal LM 1168);

WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL CHOIR OF MEN AND BOYSMusic from Washington Cathedral; Celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of St. Albans School for Boys”; (Vanguard VRS-1036);

WEBER, CARL MARIA VON Concertina for Clarinet and Orchestra in C Minor, Op26// Symphony No.2 in C Major// Euryanthe Overture// Oberon Overture”; (Urania Records URLP 7012);

*** “Concertos Nos.1 & 2 for Piano and Orchestra”; Roland Keller, Piano; Berlin Symphony Orchestra conducted by Siegfried Kohler (1979; VOX Turnabout 334746; Holland Import);

WEBER, MARGRIT (piano)Rachmaninoff; Paganini-Rhapsody”// “Tcherepnin; 10 Bagatelles, Op.5”// “Weber; Concert Piece in F Minor”; Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin conducted by Ferenc Fricsay (Deutsche Grammonphon 138 710; German Import);

WEILL, KURTStratas Sings Weill”; Teresa Stratas, Soprano; Y Chamber Symphony conducted by Gerard Schwarz (1986; Nonesuch 79131-1);

WELITSCH, LJUBA (soprano)Final Scene from “Salome” and other Opera Favorites”; Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera Association conducted by Fritz Reiner and Max Rudolf (Columbia Odyssey 32 16 0078);

WIDOR, CHARLES-MARIEOrgan Symphony Number Six in G Minor, Opus 42”; Carlo Curley, The Allen Digital Computer Organ, Saint Alphonus Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan (DLW-1020);

WILBRAHAM, JOHN (trumpet)// PEARSON, LESLIE (organ)The Baroque Sound of the Trumpet”; (1975; Argo Record Co. ZDA.203; U.K.Import);

WILLIAMS, JOHN (guitar) John Williams and Friends; Two Guitars, Two Marimbas & Bass”; Bach, Mozart, Vivaldi, Purcell, Telemann, Daquin (1976; Columbia Masterworks M 35108);

*** “Virtuoso Music for Guitar”; (Columbia Masterworks ML 6096);

WILLIAMS, VAUGHANFantasia on Greensleeves// Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis// The Wasps”; Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult (Westminister Hi-Fi XWN 18250);

*** “Hodie (This Day); A Christmas Cantata”; Janet Baker; Richard Lewis; John Shirley-Quirk; The Bach Choir and The Choristers of Westminster Abbey; The London Symphony Orchester conducted by David Willcocks (Angel Records ANG. 36297);

***”Songs of Travel on Wenlock Edge”; Thomas Allen, Baritone; Robert Tear, Tenor; City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra conducted by Simon Rattle (1984; Angel Records Digital DS-38089;West German Pressing);

*** “A Sea Symphony (Words by Walt Whitman)// Aristophanic Suite 'The Wasps'”; Sheila Armstrong; John Carol Case; London Philharmonic Choir; London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult (2-LP's Boxed Set; Angel Records SB-3739);

*** “Serenade to Music (Orchestral Version)// Flos Campi – Suite// The Poisoned Kiss – Overture// Old King Cole – Ballet”; 1984; Angel Records Digital DS-38129; German Import);

WILLIAMS, VAUGHAN “Fantasia on 'Greensleeves'// Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis// English Folk Song Suite”; COATES, ERIC “London Every Day”; Morton Gould and his Symphony (1977; Quintessence PMC 7049);

WITTRISCH, MARCEL (tenor)Viennese Songs”; The Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra conducted by Victor Reinshagen (10-inch 33-1/3 RPM; London ffrr LPS.53);

WUNDERLICH, FRITZ (tenor)Szenen aus Mozartopern”; Ochester der beyerischen Staatsoper Munchen conducted by Eugen Jochum// “Die Zauberflote”; Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Karl Bohm”; (Deutsche Grammonphon 135 019; German Import);

*** “Wunderlich in Vienna; Favorite Viennese Songs and Folk Songs”; Chorus of the Vienna State Opera; The Spilar-Schrammeln Group; The Vienna Volksoper Orchestra conducted by Robert Stolz (Helidor HS 25051(B));

WUNDERLICH, KLAUS (Hammond Organ)Klaus Wunderlich im Wunderland der Oper; Hammond Goes Opera”; (1972; Ace of Clubs SCL. 2061);

*** “Opera Happening; Eine Opera-Hit-Parade auf der Hammond Orgel”; (1969; Ace of Clubs SCL. 2020);

YEPES, NARCISO (guitar)Jeux Interdits; Festival 718”; (Musidisc FLD 718);

*** “The World of Guitar Volume Three – Narciso Yepes”; (1970; London SPA. 4010);








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I am Douglas W. Sulipa, an OVERSTREET Comic Book Price Guide SENIOR ADVISOR for 44 years {since Guide #2 way back in 1972); >> Read my Annual OVERSTREET MARKET REPORTS;  (Overstreet #45 = AD on pages 228; ** See my 10 Page Market Report on Pages 171-180);  (Overstreet #44 = AD on pages 228 & 1092; ** See my 11 Page Market Report on Pages 163-174);  (Overstreet #43,  Market Report on pages 138-142,  AD on page 194); (Overstreet #42 AD on page 188 & 250); (Overstreet #41,  AD on page 184 & 236);  I am an original member on the Board of Advisors to CBCA {Comic Book Collecting Association} Comic Pros with the common-sense Code of Ethics, in the Comics Community.

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We have IN STOCK; [ 1,300,000 COMICS, 1950's thru 2010, & some Older, with 95% of everything ALL Publishers & titles from 1960-2010 ] [250,000 MAGAZINES, ALL types] [250,000 Mass Market PAPERBACKS, ALL types, 1940-1990's] [60,000 Hardcover Books, ALL subjects, from 1900-1990's] [100,000 x 33-1/3 RPM Vinyl LP Records] [40,000 x 45 RPM Vinyl 7 Single Records] [8,000 Music Cassette Tapes] [15,000 VHS Movies] [15,000 POSTERS; MOVIE One Sheets (1950's-1990's), VIDEO Store (1980s-1990's) & 10,000 Chain store types (1970's-early 1990's)] [VIDEO GAMES; Atari, Coleco, Intellivision, Nintendo, Super-Nintendo, Sega, Genesis, etc] [Digests = Most Comic types, plus a selection of SF, Mystery & many Misc types] & MORE! >> 600,000 Pounds of inventory jam packed into an 8000 Square Foot Warehouse! So much material, we will NEVER get it all catalogued! BUT you can view our HUGE inventory lists at our website = www.dougcomicworld.com

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