It is going to be a Rus recording, not in the WERM. If I was to make a
guess I'd bet on Gaulk. Maybe David Hall's books?
On Sat, 6 Feb 2021 at 09:45, Dennis Rooney <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Check WERM for any USSR recording of GAYNEH. Rodzinski and Kurz made first
> recordings of the Suite, although not until after the Petrillo Ban of
> On Sat, Feb 6, 2021 at 8:22 AM Gary A. Galo <
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> > I believe there was a Soviet 78 set of that work, but I can't recall who
> > might have been the conductor. I have the Rodzinsky Chicago recording on
> > red RCA Victor 45s, but I don't remember if he made one in Cleveland
> > that. Dennis Rooney would know, so perhaps we'll hear from him.
> > Best,
> > Gary
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> > I’m looking for the very first recording of Gayaneh Ballet ever recorded
> > suite or complete. Does any know which that would be? I have the
> > and the Rodzinsky. Were there any before those?
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