some of the footage from this movie, a brief excerpt, showed up in a later Living Stereo-specific
movie in 1958. This movie had not appeared in any of my earlier searches of Archive.org so it may be
new up there. Details shots of the 1956 2-track stereo recording session in Boston of Tchaikovsky's
"Romeo and Juliet" music by Munch/BSO. I believe two of the RCA guys shown are John Pfeiffer,
producer and Louis Layton, engineer. I do not know who the other two guys are, the third guy at the
console might be a musicians' union guy.
I spotted at least 5 microphones in the hall, maybe six. The console seems to allow for at least 6
This recording seems to be out on reissue LP (a reissue of the later stereo LP pairing it with
and on JVC XRCD2 deluxe CD:
It does not appear to have been part of the BMG hybrid SACD releases but was issued as an early-era
CD by RCA/BMG:
now out of print.
-- Tom Fine