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 before
> that. Dennis Rooney would know, so perhaps we'll hear from him.
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> Hello everyone.
> 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 Kurtz
> and the Rodzinsky. Were there any before those?
> Regards, Ben Roth
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