Re-sending this to correct the dumb error I made..obviously the Concerto and
Apollo can't be with the Janssen Symphony if they were made in New York.
How did I miss the Mass? I have the set, and it's in WERM. DM 1349, ten-inch LP
LM 17. The Mexican recording of the Divertimento is listed as "old version,
Mexico", Victor M 931 and I know nothing about it either.
Michael H. Gray wrote:
> Here's the RCA dope:
> Concerto for String Orchestra - RCA Studio No. 2, NYC, 1 April 1950;
> Apollon Musagete - same, April 1+5, 1950;
> Danses concertantes - Hollywood, Republic Studios,
> 8 - 9 September 1947;
> Scherzo a la russe - same, 16 September 1947;
> Divertimento - same, 16+20 September 1947;
> Orpheus - Manhattan Center, NYC, 22-23 February 1949;
> Mass - Town Hall, NYC, 24 - 25 February 1949;
> Two Russian choruses - same, 25 February 1949;
> Concerto (1923-24) - RCA Studio No. 2, NYC, 31 March 1950.
> I don't have good dates for the Mexican records - sorry.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: David Lennick <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: Thursday, August 28, 2008 6:57 pm
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Stravinsky recordings
>> RCA Victor, from WERM:
>> DANSES CONCERTANTES + SCHERZO A LA RUSSE (DM 1234, LM 1075)
>> DIVERTIMENTO FROM BAISER DE LA FEE (DM 1202, LM 1075)
>> ORPHEUS (DM 1320, LM 1033)
>> APOLLON MUSAGETE + CONCERTO IN D MAJOR FOR STRING ORCH. (DM 1424,
>> LM 1096)
>> All with "Victor Symphony Orchestra" which in these cases was the
>> JanssenSymphony of Los Angeles.
>> Michael H. Gray wrote:
>>> Ref. Stravinsky:
>>> Go to dismarc.ait.co.at and enter 'Stravinsky' in the search box
>> - the
>>> MGR file ought to contain many of the IS records, tho not, at
>>> point, the RCA Victors. Still gotta lot of work to do.
>>> Mike Gray