Big List of incredible LP's for sale

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Posted by Jarrod on December 27, 2001 at 02:31:29:

This is a complete listing off the LP's I need to get rid of. Many I am willing to part with for $3-$5. Many, as you will notice, are some of the best records ever, and will go for a higher price...(nothing over $20-$25). Email me at Jrod9980(AT) with the subject "LP's" if you have any questions/interests/offers. A lot of these are very significant recordings, please read each listing carefully and fully so you do not miss out...there are NO recordings here that are not exceptional for some reason.

Arnold Jacobs-Vaughan Williams Concerto-Barenboim/CSO

Dennis Brain-Strauss/Mozart Horn Concerti(2 seperate LPs)

Roger Bobo-Hindemith/Barat/Kraft/Wilder/Galliard-Original Crystal Record LP

Reiner/Pittsburg Symphony-Bartok Concerto for Orchestra-Original Columbia LP, early Jacobs

Reiner/Pittsburg Symphony-Don Juan--Szell/Cleveland Orch-Till Eulenspiegel..Very Old Columbia Non-breakable.

Reiner/CSO-Bartok Concerto for Orch--Shaded Dog LSC-1934, Living Stereo

Reiner/CSO-Dvorak 9--Shaded Dog LSC-2214, Living Stereo

Reiner/CSO-Beethoven 7/Fidelio--Shaded Dog LSC-1991, Living Stereo

Reiner/CSO-Tchaikovsky 6--Shaded Dog LM-2216

Reiner/CSO-Hovhaness Mysterious Mountain, Stravinsky Divertimento--Shaded Dog LM-2251

Reiner/CSO-Brahms Violin Concerto/Heifetz--Shaded Dog LM 1903

Gabrieli-Antiphonal music--CSO/Clev/Phily Brass Sections-Original LP with famous picture on cover (we all know the one, no need to describe)

Harvey Phillips/Rich Matteson-TubaJazz Consort...features Matteson, Phillips, Jack Petersen, Ashley Alexander, Buddy Baker, Dan Perantoni, Winston Morris, Tom Ferguson, Dan Haerle, Ed Soph, and Rufus Reid.

Stokowski/All-American Orchestra-Tristan Und Isolde...Very old 3Lp set from Columbia Records. LP's are in amazingly good shape, no scratches

Hoffnung Music Festival--Dennis Brain on Hosepipe, Sub-ContraBass Tuba, ContraBass Serpent

Philadelphia Brass Ensemble--Festival of Christmas Carols. Gil Johnson, 1st Trumpet. Seymour Rosenfeld, 2nd Trumpet. Mason Jones, French Horn. Henry Charles Smith, Trombone.
Dee Stewart, Euphonium. Abe Torchinsky, Tuba.

Mason Jones/Ormandy--4 Mozart Horn Concerti

Kubelik/CSO-Pictures at an Exhibition. This is the first time Bud Herseth was ever recorded with the CSO. This recording is mentioned in the Jacobs book because Jake plays the Bydlo solo on the BBb side of his double tuba. The horn playing is also exceptional with Phil Farkas. Very old Mercury label recording

Toscanini/NBC-Pines/Fountains of Rome...This is the Dark Green cover. RCA Victor

Munch/Boston-Munch Conducts Wagner...Tannhauser, Siegfried Rhine Journey, Fire Music from Die Walkure


Bruno Walter/New York--Dvorak 8. This is a very old Columbia recording with Bruno Walter conducting the "Philharmonic Symphony of New York" I believe Bill Bell is on this recording

Boston/Munch-Harold in Italy. William Primrose, Viola soloist. Shaded Dog LSC-2228 Living Stereo

Boston/Munch-Franck D minor symphony. Shaded Dog LSC-2131 Living Stereo

Boston/Munch-Brahms 2/Tragic Overture. Shaded Dog

Boston Pops/Fiedler-Tchaikovsky The Nutcracker. Shaded Dog LSC-2052 Living Stereo

Boston/Munch-Symphonie Fantastique. Shaded Dog

CSO/Giulini-Mahler 1 (Recorded in 1971)

CSO/Barenboim-Bruckner 9 (1976)

CSO/Barenboim-Bruckner 4 (1973)

CSO/Barenboim-Bruckner 6 (1978)

CSO/Solti-Pictures at an Exhibition (1980) My personal favorite Pictures ever.

CSO/Solti-Wagner Music...Flying Dutchman, Tannhauser, Meistersinger, Tristan/Isolde (1978)

CSO/Solti-Tchaikovsky 5 (1975)

LA Phil/Mehta-1812 Overture/Romeo and Juliet. Orignal Civil War Cannon (and the cannon of Roger Bobo) (Recorded in 1970)

Philadelphia/Ormandy-Tchaikovsky 5. Much older Columbia Masterworks LP.

Boston/Ozawa-Brahms 1. (1977)

NY Phil/Bernstein-Young Peoples Concerts. Till Eulenspiegel, Debussy-Afternoon of a Faun, Copland-El Salon Mexico, Tchaikovsky-Nutcracker

Royal Phil/Beecham-Ein Heldenleben. 1960's Capitol Records release

NY Phil/Walter-Beethoven 7. Old Bruno Walter recording on Columbia

Philharmonia/Klemperer-Bruckner 6. Old Angel Stereo LP.

Bloch-Suite for Viola. William Primrose, Viola Soloist.

Ella Fitzgerald-Mack the Knife. Original Verve Records release.

Louis Armstrong-Hello Dolly. Stereo Release on Kapp label. 12 songs total

Frank Sinatra-Only the Lonely. Original Capitol Records release in Stereo. 1958 Capitol Records.

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