And quite a few more recordings on Victor in the late 40s..see WERM and early
John Ross wrote:
> The 1949 Columbia Catalog lists:
> Ebony Concerto (conducting the Woody Herman Orch) 7479-M
> Firebird Suite (NY Phil) set MM-653
> Fireworks (Feu d-Artifice) (NY Phil) 12459-D
> Four Norwegian Moods (NY Phil) 12371-D
> L' Histoire du Soldat (w/Instrumentalists) Set MM-184
> Les Noces -- Excerpts (w/soloists & Chorus & Percussion Orch) Set MM-204
> Les Noces -- Excerpts ((w/vocalists & Chorus) (in set M-361) DB-1306
> Octet for Wind Instruments (With Instrumentalists) Set MX-25
> Oiseau de Feu (The Fire Bird) (with Symphony Orch) Set MM-115
> Pastorale for Violin and Wind Quartet (with Szigeti & Wind Quartet
> Petrouchka Suite (with NY Phil) Set MX-177
> Le Sacre du Printemps (with NY Phil) Set MM-417
> Scenes de Ballet (with NY Phil) Set MX-245
> Symphonie di Psaumes (w/ Orchestre des Concerts Staram & Vassov Choir)
> Set MM-162
> Symphony in Three Movements (NY Phil) Set MM-680
> The 1967 catalog does not show anything that is a positive match to
> those earlier 78 releases -- however there are a handful of things that
> showed up in 1949 as "with instrumentalists" that are listed in 1967 as
> "The Columbia Symphony Orchestra."
> As for CDs, Sony has released a 22-CD "Stravinsky Edition" (SX22K 46290)
> that includes most of the later stereo recordings, and "Stravinsky
> Conducts Stravinsky: The Mono Years 1952-1955" (Masterworks Heritage
> It looks like the definitive source for this information would be "Igor
> Stravinsky--The Composer in the Recording Studio; A Comprehensive
> Discography," by Philip Stuart, published by Greenwood in 1991 and
> currently out of print (http://www.greenwood.com/catalog/SKZ%252f.aspx).
> OCLC/WorldCat shows 217 copies in libraries, so it shouldn't be too
> difficult to find. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/23767500
> John Ross
> At 8/27/2008 09:58 PM, you 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.... !
>> Stephen M.H. Braitman