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Arias and songs by Graun [from 'Montezuma'], Mozart [from 'The Magic Flute'], Bellini [from 'Norma' and 'La Sonnambula'], Verdi [from 'Attila'], Massenet [from 'Esclarmonde'], Leoni [from 'L'oracolo'], Lecocq [from 'Le Coeur et la Main'], Offenbach [from 'Robinson Crusoe'], Arditi ['Il bacio'], Hahn ['Si mes vers avaient des ailes'], Gliere [movement 1 from 'Concerto for Coloratura and Orchestra'], Gounod ['Repentir'], Coward ['Countess Mitzi'], Kreisler ['Stars in My Eyes'], Benedict ['The Gypsy and the Bird'] and Fraser-Simson ['Love Will Find a Way']. (Joan Sutherland, soprano with Richard Bonynge conducting. Total time: 80'42')

BRO Code:
176355
Units:
1
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

482 6448

UPC:

0028948264483

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Analog

Works by Carissimi, Vivaldi, Gluck, Giordani, Handel, Caldara, Durante, Alessandro Scarlatti, Caccini, Cesti, Stradella, anon. (Dmitri Hvorostovsky, baritone with Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields/ Neville Marriner. Total time: 59'24')

BRO Code:
176354
Units:
1
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

476 2442

UPC:

0028947624424

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Digital

Felix Mendelssohn [1809-1847], Octet in E-flat for Strings, Op. 20. Luigi Boccherini [1743-1805], Quintet in C for Cello and Strings, Op. 37 No. 7, G. 310. (Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields: Hugh Maguire, Neville Marriner, Iona Brown and Trevor Connah, violins; Stephen Shingles and Kenneth Essex, violas; Kenneth Heath and Denis Vigay, cellos. Recorded 1967. Total time: 51'50')

BRO Code:
176302
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1
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

480 7425

UPC:

0028948074259

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Analog

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Symphony No. 29; Six German Dances, K.509; Six German Dances, K. 571 [Bamberg Symphony Orchestra/ Joseph Keilberth. Recorded 1953]; Serenata notturna, K. 239; Serenade, K. 525 {'Eine Kleine Nachtmusik'} [Philomusica of London/ Thurston Dart. Recorded 1957]. (Total time: 77'58')

BRO Code:
176266
Units:
1
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

482 8529

UPC:

0028948285297

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Mono

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Boccherini, Cello Concerto, G. 482. Haydn, Cello Concerto No. 2 in D {with Pierre Fournier, cello}; Symphonies Nos. 83 ['The Hen'], 88, 96 ['Miracle'], 100 ['Military'], 101 ['The Clock'] & 104 ['London']. Mozart, Clarinet Concerto {with Alfred Prinz, clarinet}; Concerto for Flute and Harp {with Werner Tripp, flute and Hubert Jellinek, harp}; Violin Concerti Nos. 3 & 6 {With Christian Ferras, violin}; Piano Concerti Nos. 9 & 15 {with Wilhelm Kempff, piano}; Symphonies Nos. 31 ['Paris'], 32, 33, 35 ['Haffner'] & 40; Serenades, K. 250 ['Haffner'] & K. 525 ['Eine Kleine Nachtmusik']; Divertimenti Nos. 1 & 11; Les Petits Riens - ballet music, K. Anh. 10 / 299b; A Musical Joke, K. 522. (All with the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra/ Karl Munchinger. Recorded 1952-1968. Total time: 573')

BRO Code:
176265
Units:
8
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

484 0170

UPC:

0028948401703

Country:

AUSTRALIA

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Analog, Mono

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Giovanni Gabrieli, Assorted Sonatas and Canzonas [with Brian Runnett, organ]. Telemann, Concerto in G, TWV 51:G9 for viola, strings and basso continuo [with Heinz Kirchner, viola]; Don Quichotte Suite, TWV 55:G10. Francois Couperin {arr. Paul Bazelaire}, Pièces en Concert - for cello and strings. Vivaldi, Cello Concerto in e [with Pierre Fournier]; The Four Seasons [three performances: 1951 recording with Reinhold Barchet, violin; 1959 recording, with Werner Krotzinger, violin; 1972 recording, with Konstanty Kulka, violin]. Pergolesi, Flute Concerti Nos. 1 & 2 [with Jean-Pierre Rampal, flute]. J.S. Bach, The Four Orchestral Suites; Transcriptions for orchestra of Fugues, BWV 542, 947 & 1079. Wassenaer, Concerti armonici Nos. 1-6. J.C. Bach, Symphonies, Op. 18 Nos. 1-6. Beethoven, Grosse Fuge. Haydn, Symphony No. 45 ['Farewell']. (All with the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra/ Karl Munchinger. Recorded 1951-1975. Total time: 536')

BRO Code:
176264
Units:
8
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

484 0160

UPC:

0028948401604

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Analog, Mono

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String Quartets Nos. 1 - 3 {Gabrieli String Quartet}; String Sextet 'Souvenir de Florence', Op. 70 {version for string orchestra performed by the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields conducted by Neville Marriner}. (Total time: 128'53')

BRO Code:
176243
Units:
2
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

480 7426

UPC:

0028948074266

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Analog

Music by Mitch Leigh and lyrics by Joe Darion. Eighteen tracks, featuring Richard Kiley, Irving Jacobson, Ray Middleton, Robert Rounseville and Joan Diener. (Conducted by Neil Warner)

BRO Code:
176185
Units:
1
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

012 159 387-2

UPC:

601215938722

Country:

MEXICO

D/A Code:

Analog

Frank Loesser [1910-1969], Eight Songs from the 1952 Film 'Hans Christian Andersen' {Danny Kaye, vocals with Gordon Jenkins and his chorus and orchestra}. George Kleinsinger [1914-1982], Tubby the Tuba; Tubby the Tuba at the Circus. Sylvia Fine [1913-1991], Uncle Pockets; There's a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea {Danny Kaye, vocals with Victor Young and his orchestra}. (Total time: 45'55')

BRO Code:
176100
Units:
1
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

484 1361

UPC:

0028948413614

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Mono

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A collection of short stories for Christmas, written and adapted for American children of the 1940s and 1950s and featuring stars of the silver screen, including several first-time official CD issues: The Happy Prince - An Oscar Wilde Fairy Tale {Adapted and directed by Orson Welles with music by Bernard Herrmann. Featuring Orson Welles, Bing Crosby and Lurene Tuttle with an orchestra directed by Victor Young}; A Christmas Carol {Adapted from Charles Dickens by George Wells. Ronald Colman with an orchestra directed by Victor Young. Ken Darby, vocal director}; Mr. Pickwick's Christmas {Story by Charles Dickens and music by Hanns Eisler. Charles Laughton with an ensemble directed by Hanns Eisler}; The Small One - A Christmas Story by Charles Tazewell {Music by Victor Young. Bing Crosby with an orchestra directed by Victor Young}; The Littlest Angel {Story by Charles Tazewell and music by Charles Paul. Loretta Young with the Ken Darby Choir and and orchestra directed by Victor Young}; Lullaby of Christmas {Story by Charles Tazewell and music by Carmen Dragon. Gregory Peck with choir and orchestra directed by Carmen Dragon}. (Total time: 102'39')

BRO Code:
176098
Units:
2
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

484 1365

UPC:

0028948413652

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Mono

Violin Concerto in D, Op. 35 {Ruggiero Ricci with the New Symphony Orchestra of London/ Malcolm Sargent. Recorded 1950}; Symphony No. 4 in f, Op. 36; Symphony No. 6 in b, Op. 74 ['Pathetique'] {Paris Conservatory Orchestra/ Erich Kleiber. Recorded 1949 & 1953}. (Total time: 116'45')

BRO Code:
176097
Units:
2
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

484 0373

UPC:

0028948403738

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Mono

Schumann, Symphony No. 4. Mendelssohn, Violin Concerto in e {with Henryk Szeryng, violin}; The Hebrides Overture, Op. 26; Symphony No. 3 ['Scottish'] {all with London Symphony Orchestra/ Antal Dorati}; Symphony No. 4 ['Italian'] {Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra/ Antal Dorati}; A Midsummer Night's Dream - excerpts {Vienna Symphony Orchestra/ Antal Dorati}. (Recorded 1953-1964. Total time: 156'52')

BRO Code:
176096
Units:
2
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

484 0506

UPC:

0028948405060

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Analog, Mono

Mozart, Symphonies Nos. 39 & 41 ['Jupiter']. Schubert, Symphony No. 6 {London Symphony Orchestra/ Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt}; Symphony No. 4 ['Tragic'] {London Symphony Orchestra/ Walter Susskind}. Weber, Oberon - overture {London Symphony Orchestra/ Antal Dorati}. (Total time: 119'13')

BRO Code:
176093
Units:
2
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

484 0353

UPC:

0028948403530

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Analog

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Peter and the Wolf, Op. 67 [Frank Phillips, narrator with the London Philharmonic Orchestra/ Nikolai Malko]; Symphony No. 5 [Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra/ Eric Tuxen]; Lieutenant Kije - symphonic suite, Op. 60 [Paris Conservatory Orchestra/ Adrian Boult]; The Love for Three Oranges - symphonic suite, Op. 33bis [London Philharmonic Orchestra/ Adrian Boult]; Russian Overture, Op. 2; Symphony No. 7 [Paris Conservatory Orchestra/ Jean Martinon]. (Recorded 1949-1957. Total time: 144'38')

BRO Code:
176091
Units:
2
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

484 0357

UPC:

0028948403578

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Analog, Mono

Symphony No. 4 [Paris Conservatory Orchestra/ Albert Wolff. Recorded 5/1959. STEREO]; Symphony No. 5 [Hamburg Radio Orchestra/ Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt. Recorded 10/1952]; Capriccio Italien, Op. 45; Theme and Variations from Orchestral Suite No. 3 [Paris Conservatory Orchestra/ Carl Schuricht. Recorded 6/1952]. (Total time: 123'47')

BRO Code:
174512
Units:
2
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

484 0407

UPC:

0028948404070

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Mono

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Richard Davy [1468-1507], Passion According to St. Matthew for Palm Sunday [with Ian Partridge {tenor}, Christopher Keyte {bass} and All Saints' Margaret Street Choir Boys] + other works by Josquin, Dunstable, Lambe, Browne, Nesbett, Wylkynson, Cornysh and Fawkyner. (Elizabethan Consort of Viols and Purcell Consort of Voices/ Grayston Burgess. Total time: 121'09'. 'The first substantial survey of the Eton Choirbook's treasures on record, newly remastered, compiled and reissued on CD for the first time. Copied out between 1490 and 1502, the Eton Choirbook is the most substantial extant source of English liturgical polyphony from the late 15th and very early 16th centuries. From the 1920s onwards attempts were made to perform and record pieces from the Eton Choirbook but they were hampered both by the technical demands of the music - often as thrilling as it is rhythmically complex and metrically unstable - and by it's relative unfamiliarity to English cathedral choirs. Only in 1968 was a successful attempt made by Argo to record a selection on two albums, which are united here. The performers constituted an astute combination of an all-male choral foundation [from St Margaret Street in London] with the professional ensemble of the Purcell Consort of Voices, directed by their founder Grayston Burgess, who died in 2019. The first album documented the setting of the St Matthew Passion by Richard Davy and the second included a selection of motets compact [the Ave Maria of Cornysh and Nesciens Mater of Lambe] and spacious, most notably Browne's Stabat Mater and Fawkner's Gaude Rosa. Filling out this 2-CD set is a third Purcell Consort of Voices album of 15th-century repertoire recorded by Argo and never previously issued complete on CD. The flowing polyphonic style of John Dunstable and the sublime reach of Josquin des Prez are surveyed with both sacred and secular, instrumental and vocal works; highlights include the courtly elegance of Dunstable's O Rosa Bella and Josquin's affecting tribute to his teacher in the Déploration sur la Mort de Okeghem.')

BRO Code:
174509
Units:
2
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

484 0250

UPC:

0028948402502

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Analog

Schubert, Standchen, D. 892 [with pianist Viola Tunnard and the Elizabethan Singers/ Louis Halsey]. Brahms, Two Songs for Alto, Viola and Piano, Op 91 [with Cecil Aronowitz, viola and Geoffrey Parsons, piano]; Alto Rhapsody, Op. 53 for Contralto, Male Chorus and Orchestra [with male choruses of Radio Suisse Romande and Pro Arte Lausanne accompanied by L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande/ Ernest Ansermet]; four assorted songs. Schumann, Frauuenliebe und-Leben, Op. 42; Funf Gedichten von Mary Stuart, Op 135; five assorted songs. Wolf, Mignon I-IV [Goethe-Lieder]; three assorted songs [with Geoffrey Parsons, piano]. (All with Helen Watts, contralto. Total time: 108'43')

BRO Code:
174506
Units:
2
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

482 8588

UPC:

0028948285884

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Analog

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Part 1) John Dowland, Lachrimae, 1604 [Philomusica of London/ Thurston Dart]. Part 2) Jacobean Consort Music [featuring works by John Coprario, John Ward, Thomas Lupo, Tobias Hume, Orlando Gibbons, anon. performed by the Jacobean Ensemble/ Thurston Dart]. Part 3) Dances of Shakespeare's Time [featuring works of John Dowland, Thomas Simpson, Anthony Holborne, Richard Farrant, Robert Johnson, John Adson, Alfonso Ferrabosco, Jr. and William Brade performed by the Boyd Neel String Orchestra/ Thurston Dart, harpsichordist and conductor]. (Total time: 147'07')

BRO Code:
174505
Units:
2
Record Label:

DECCA

Record Number:

482 8574

UPC:

0028948285747

Country:

AUSTRALIA

D/A Code:

Analog