1840 Altona Road
Pickering, Ontario L1V 1M5
Here's a link to an old Amazon listing for the CD.
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> and the address to send such $$ to is?
> If you are going to make a shameless plug, please be complete.
> David Lennick wrote:
>> And if anyone wants his great performance of the Concerto in F (first
>> one in public in 5 years, I believe) at the 1937 Gershwin Memorial
>> Concert, I'm the guy who put it out on CD 8 or 9 years ago. I still
>> have a few copies left. This is the entire concert as broadcast on
>> CBS, 150 minutes, not the edited version that came out on a pirate
>> Italian CD. $20 + $4 shipping for the 2-CD set. Pardon the shameless
>> Karl Miller wrote:
>>> The only other Levantophile, probably more devoted to Oscar than I is
>>> Michael Feinstein. Many years ago Michael made some dubs of lacquers
>>> of Oscar's music...some of which is pretty good.
>>> Over the years I have acquired many recordings of broadcast
>>> performances of his and I believe I have copies of all of his
>>> commercial recordings. Feel free to contact me off list if you want
>>> Karl (also 59 and Oscar and I share the same birthday...not the
>>> same year however)
>>> Darlene Brandt <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> In searching for available recordings of Oscar Levant, I came upon
>>> a question asked about his opera, Carnaval, on ARSCLIST, and in
>>> following the correspondence, found that someone mentioned that he
>>> had recordings of Levant and asked if anyone were interested in Levant.
>>> I have been interested in Oscar Levant's music and recordings since
>>> the age of 5, (I'm 59) but there is very little I can find. I am
>>> especially looking for his recording of the Grieg Piano Concerto.
>>> Anyone else a Levantphile?