If you are talking about 16" transcriptions I've seen a number of them on
Kurt Nauck's auction lists. Derived from live radio broadcasts. I believe I
have one myself. They had quite a few series, but I have never seen any
attempt to catalog them as with the Mackenzie AFRS Series book. What I have
seen were probably late 40s and early 50s, a little earlier than what you
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From: "digest Peter Hirsch" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Monday, November 17, 2003 9:27 PM
Subject: [ARSCLIST] Voice of America orchestral recordings
> OK, I just made my first posting to this list in a couple years a minute
> ago and now, I'M BAAACK. This time with a totally different area that I am
> seeking insight into.
> Is anyone familiar with a series of LP discs issued by the Voice of
> America, probably in the late 1950's into the early 60's, of major US
> symphony orchestras (Boston, Cleveland, NY Phil) under mostly big names
> (Bernstein, Szell, Munch, et. al.) playing American music (natch), Rorem,
> Riegger, Copland, Becker, Creston? I have come across a small bunch of
> (ahlf a dozen or so) and think they may be part of a larger series, but I
> really don't know where to look first.
> Peter Hirsch