The January 1963 Capitol/Angel Catalog shows a
thumbnail picture of the non-generic cover, but
it doesn't offer any additional information.
Presumably, the latter cover version did include
some more specific liner notes.
WorldCat (www.worldcat.org) shows copies if the LP in 50 libraries:
The catalog at Western Washington University shows:
>Note: Program notes in English by Giulio Confalónieri on container.
>Performers: Sidney Gallesi, oboe (1st work) ;
>Orchestra Alessandro Scarlatti ; Franco Caracciolo, conductor.
>Note: First work arr. by Arthur Benjamin from
>selected numbers of the 32 sonatas for keyboard.
>Cf. Notes, 2d ser., v. 12, no. 4 (Sep. 1955) p.
>536. Third work compiled and orchestrated by
>Felix Mottl, from excerpts taken from Lully operas and court ballets.
So apparently there were liner notes (by Giulio
Confalónieri) on the later pressing/printing.
I'll bet an e-mail to the librarian at WWU could
get you a scan of those notes.
And here's what the catalog at Rutgers shows:
Giuseppe, 1692-1770. Concertos, orchestra, F major; arr. 1955.
Jean Baptiste, 1632-1687. Operas. Selections; arr. 1955.
At 8/13/2008 07:10 AM, you wrote:
>I have this album in one of Angel's generic
>jackets (i.e. plain cover, titles pasted on, no
>liner notes). Can anyone supply info on the
>Tartini and Lully works? The Cimarosa is
>obviously the Oboe Concerto arranged by Arthur Benjamin.
>CIMAROSA: OBOE CONCERTO; TARTINI: CONCERTO #58; LULLY: BALLET SUITE
>ORCHESTRA ALESSANDRO SCARLATTI conducted by
>FRANCO CARACCIOLO; SIDNEY GALLESI, oboe (tracks 1-3)
>ANGEL 35255 (Recorded in Naples, 1955)
>DOMENICO CIMAROSA: CONCERTO FOR OBOE AND STRING ORCHESTRA
>1. i. Larghetto; ii. Allegro
>2. iii. Siciliana
>3. iv. Allegro giusto
>GIUSEPPE TARTINI: CONCERTO No. 58 IN F MAJOR
>4. i. Allegro
>5. ii. Molto adagio
>6. iii. Minuet
>7. iv. Allegro
>JEAN BAPTISTE LULLY: BALLET SUITE
>8. i. Allegretto
>9. ii. Notturno
>10. iii. Minuet
>11. iv. Preludio e Marcia