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I really need to slow down!.
That should be WLX-1608-2, not 16080-2, and yes, they are both commercial 
U.S. labels.
The first from album set MM-184 (record number 72291-D, sides 1/6; 
(WLX-1599-1/WAX-1608-1-A-F-1),
the other from Columbia album set M-184, record number 68125-D 
(WLX-1607-1/WLX-1608-2).

At 03:33 PM 4/6/2006, you wrote:
>Should this be WLX 1609-2 rather than 16080-2?
>
>Are they both on commercial labels or is/are they test pressing(s)?
>
>These are non-US masters.  Often the European issues carried no take 
>numbers at all.
>
>I'd suggest trying to synchronize one against the other as David Hamilton 
>demonstrated some years ago.  If they can be made to lock, they are the 
>same take.  If not, different.
>
>Steve Smolian
>
>
>----- Original Message ----- From: "Aurora Perez" <[log in to unmask]>
>To: <[log in to unmask]>
>Sent: Thursday, April 06, 2006 5:50 PM
>Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Alternate take, "part IV", Stravinsky: "Musique de 
>l'Histoire du Soldat"
>
>
>>At 05:51 PM 4/5/2006, you wrote:
>>>Are you sure it's the same music?  Columbia usually used further take 
>>>numbers for additional takes rather than assigning a new matrix number.
>>>
>>>Steve Smolian
>>
>>Steve,
>>I'm sorry, I meant part VI not part IV.  The title is "Triumphal March of 
>>the Devil."
>>The Stanford Archive has both takes: WLX-16080-2 and WAX-1608-1-A-F-1.
>
>
>>Yes, it's the same music according to the label.  Maybe I should listen 
>>to it to be sure.
>>I don't have access to the equipment right now. I'll check later.
>>
>>The matrix numbers for the complete set of recordings of the Soldier's 
>>Tale are WLX-1599 through 1602 and WLX-1607/ WLX-1608.
>>
>>What Stanford has:
>>The records in Columbia album set M-184 include:
>>68123-D (WLX-1599-1/WLX-1600-1)
>>68124-D (WLX-1601-1/WLX-1602-2)
>>68125-D (WLX-1607-1/WLX-1608-2)
>>The individual records are:
>>LX-199 (WLX-1607-1/WLX-1608-2
>>and
>>LFX-263 (WLX-1599-1/WLX-1600-1)
>>LFX-264 (WLX-1601-1/WLX-1602-2)
>>LFX-265 (WLX-1607-1/WLX-1608-2)
>>
>>and the variant take from album set MM-184 (record number 72291-D, sides 
>>1/6; (WLX-1599-1/WAX-1608-1-A-F-1)
>>
>>The researcher says, "According to the Stuart discography, the released 
>>takes for both WLX1602 and WLX1608 were second takes.  Do you have an 
>>alternate take for side 4 (WLX1602-2)?"
>>
>>We do not have the alternate take for WLX-1602-2.
>>
>>Aurora
>>
>>
>>
>>>----- Original Message ----- From: "Aurora Perez" <[log in to unmask]>
>>>To: <[log in to unmask]>
>>>Sent: Wednesday, April 05, 2006 7:54 PM
>>>Subject: [ARSCLIST] Alternate take, "part IV", Stravinsky: "Musique de 
>>>l'Histoire du Soldat"
>>>
>>>
>>>>I have a researcher who is looking for the alternate take to Columbia 
>>>>matrix WLX-1602-2, "part 4" of Stravinsky: Musique de l'Histoire du 
>>>>Soldat, conducted by the composer, which may have been released on any 
>>>>one of the following Columbia pressings.
>>>>
>>>>Columbia 68124-D from set M-184
>>>>72293-D from set MM-184
>>>>LFX-264
>>>>LX-198
>>>>GQX-10673
>>>>LWX-26
>>>>
>>>>The Archive of Recorded Sound at Stanford has the other alternate take 
>>>>to WLX-1608-2 (i.e. WAX-1608-1-A-F-1 on record number 72291-D in album 
>>>>MM-184) but not the alternate take for WLX-1602-2.
>>>>
>>>>If anyone has this alternate take, please contact the researcher 
>>>>Michael Stanley <[log in to unmask]>.  Also, please post to the list 
>>>>for the enlightenment of all.
>>>>Thanks,
>>>>Aurora Perez
>>>>Stanford Archive of Recorded Sound
>>>>
>>>>
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