Thanks John. That tracks listing is out of order but complete. Another listmember was kind enough to
scan the LP cover for me. The color front scan was so nice I sized it to a tape box and attached it
to the front. This is a nice bit of playing indeed.
Thanks to all for the prompt and complete help.
-- Tom Fine
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From: "John Ross" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 12:31 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Info needed on string-music album
Here's the listing from the Decca Dealer Aid
Catalog (this is from the July 1966 edition):
CONCERT MASTERS OF NEW YORK PLAY KREISLER
Emmanuael Vardi, Cond. Praeludioum and Allegro
(In The Style of Paganini) - Siciliienne Et
Rigaudon (In The Style of Francour) - Slavonic
Dance #2 In E Minor (Keisler's Arrangement Of
Dvorak's Slavonic Dance #10 in E Minor, op. 72,
#2) - Menuet (In The Style Of Porpora) -
Variations On A Theme By Corelli (Kreisler's
Arrangement Of Tartini Original) - Liebesfreud -
Lieberlied - Tambourin Chinois - Caprice Viennois - La Gitana - Schön Rosmarin.
DL 9986, DL 79986
I have placed a copy of the catalog cover image
At 7/2/2008 06:49 AM, you wrote:
>I have a tape here that is hand-written labelled "Kreisler Favorites -- Concert Masters of New
>York." It seems to be a duped 1/4-track tape but I can't find any info on this album. I would say
>it's circa mid-60's or early 60's. Does anyone have any info? Track listing and label/catalog info
>would be much appreciated. Personnel info would be icing on the cake.
>Thanks in advance.
>-- Tom Fine