There are a lot of those labels from the 50s,60s,and 70s,of new American composers.I discover new ones all the time.Most are so small nobody bothered to compile such a list.
I only have one of Krueger's RCA Victor records,and am not sure what all of them are.
From: Thomas Stern <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, December 23, 2011 6:39 PM
Subject: [ARSCLIST] Karl Krueger - Music in America
Krueger made a number of recordings with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra on RCA in the 1940's.
In the 1960's he formed a label to record music of American composers.
IS there a complete listing of the (Lp) recordings issued by Karl Krueger's
THE SOCIETY FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE AMERICAN MUSICAL HERITAGE - Music In America label?
A number of these recordings have been reissued by the LIBRARY OF CONGRESS in their
OUR MUSICAL PAST series of CD's
Are there any releases in this (OMP) series above 107 ???
Additionally, BRIDGE RECORDS issued a 3-CD box, and 3 single CD's of KRUEGER's recordings.
Were these reissues of the Library of Congress series, or additions to it?
Happy Hanukah/Christmas/New Year! Thomas.