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On Tue, Aug 2, 2016 at 11:46 AM, David Lewis <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I have here a set which my late friend Jud Yalkut was very proud to own and
> never expected to find myself: Haydn Society HSL-100, Schoenberg's "Gurre
> Lieder" conducted by René Leibowitz with soloists, chorus and the New
> Symphony Society of Paris. Engineered by André Charlin, copyright 1952. Or
> is it? The discs and booklet notes are from Vox, VBX 204, released in 1962.
> One might assume that the previous owner swapped out their Haydn Society
> discs and book for those of the Vox reissue, but is it possible it was sold
> this way? Haydn Society having some album sets left over which Vox
> Also I have a set, "Ovation," celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the
> Minnesota Orchestra in 1978 and produced by a chap named Dennis Rooney.
> Inside is a disc on the Minnesota Orchestra label presenting a survey of
> the orchestra's recorded output ranging from 1925 to 1961, and then a Vox
> disc of Skrowaczeski conducting Stravinsky and Prokofiev which absolutely
> belongs to this set -- the liners are printed on the back cover of the
> gatefold. Was it more economical to just use the Vox pressing of the second
> disc and to concentrate the budget on the first?
> Uncle Dave Lewis