By the way, I did a couple of compilations for Pearl about 10 years ago of
Stravinsky conducting Stravinsky. I don't know if these are still in print
since Pearl seems to have dissolved, but Norbeck Peters & Ford seems to have a
lot of Pearl stuff available.
David Lennick wrote:
> Very quickly, there are many more..Stravinsky recorded his 3 ballet
> suites in the late 20s (and again in the 40s), the Symphony of Psalms
> and Jeux des Cartes and Les Noces and other works in the 30s, the
> Dumbarton Oaks Concerto & Scenes de Ballet & Baiser de la Fee & Danses
> Concertantes and more in the 40s. Very active in the studio for two full
> decades before the LP came along. ML 4046 is the same as MM 653 and it's
> also on ML 4882.
> Stephen M.H. Braitman wrote:
>> Hello, folks:
>> Does anyone have information about LP and CD reissues of original 78
>> rpm sets of Igor Stravinsky conducting his own works?
>> The only original 78 sets I know about are:
>> Le Sacre du Printemps (Columbia m 417) from 1942
>> Firebird Suite (Columbia mm 653) from 1947
>> Symphony in Three Movements (Columbia mm 680) from 1947
>> I'm sure there are more.
>> What I'm trying to find out is if these specific recordings were
>> reissued in the LP era.
>> For example, is the 1950s LP version of Firebird on Columbia ML 4046
>> the same recording as Columbia mm 65, or different? Has it been issued
>> on CD?
>> Etc., etc.... !