Definitely recorded in Chicago, so members of the CSO seems likely.
Sorkin founded Concert-Disc and Concert-Tapes as a recording vehicle
for his Fine Arts Quartet, but put out a lot of other releases as
well. Dick Schory got his start in percussion recordings with "Re-
Percussion" on Concert-Disc, which does sound like it was recorded in
Orchestra Hall. I like both the sound and the performances of Sorkin
as conductor, and we reissued "Symphony of Dance" (with bonus tracks)
from the reel tape editions.
On Jul 29, 2007, at 12:00 AM, ARSCLIST automatic digest system wrote:
> I have here a duped reel tape called "Symphony of the Dance" by
> Sorkin conducting the "Musical Arts Symphony" on ConcerTapes. What
> was this
> orchestra? Where was it recorded.