Something about Stokowski still wanting to record with The PO,and he was under contract to RCA,and The PO was under contract to Columbia,if I recall correctly.
David Lennick <[log in to unmask]> wrote: Makes sense..the Philadelphia Orchestra recorded as the Robin Hood Dell
Orchestra of Philadelphia. It also recorded as the Victor Symphony Orchestra,
but that's another story.
Larry Friedman wrote:
> Lewisohn Stadium, no? Didn't the NYPhil. play there in summer?
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>> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] STADIUM SYMPHONY was Szell on MAR Was:Bernstein
>> I also have a couple of Columbias from the 50s that use this name.Here's a
>> what is the origin of the name "Stadium Symphony",and why was it used?
>> Roger Kulp
>> Eric Goldberg wrote: I have several MAR recordings
>> which list the Stadium Symphony
>> I know that Everest used this as a pseudonym for the New York
>> Philharmonic. However, beside Bernstein recordings I have
>> Thomas Sherman conducting Beethoven's "emperor Concerto" with the
>> Stadium SO. In his case, as well as the Music Appreciation SO, I
>> suspect that it is realy the Little Orchestra
>> Max Rudolf Also recorded Schubert's Unfinished Sym with the SSO.
>> I also suspect that Wallenstein and the Music Appreciation SO, is in
>> fact the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
>> Corrections of Confirmations are welcome.
>> Eric Goldberg
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