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According to this site:
http://my.dreamwiz.com/fischer/Szell/discography-szell.htm
 The MAR "Firebird" is an original recording to MAR,as is the Bach Suite.Glad I picked them up,when I saw them at that Salvation Army store...

                                 

     Bach, J.S.
   
   Orchestral Suite No.3 in D         major, BWV.1068
         1)         24th Dec. 1954, Auditorium at Masonic Temple,         Cleveland(monaural)
            * with          Cleveland Orchestra
            * LP         ; Music Appreciation Records         MAR 26
         2)         ?(Gigue only)
            * with          Cleveland Orchestra
            * CD         ; Voice of America VOA D30142/3
  

     Stravinsky
   
   Ballet 'L'oiseau de feu(The         Firebird)' ; orchestral suite No.2, 1919 version                              1.                 Introduction
                 2. The firebird and its dance
                 3. Variation of the firebird
                 4. Round of the Princesses                 5. Infernal dance of                 King Kastchei
                 6. Lullaby
                 7. Finale
                                                   1)         19~21st Oct. 1955, Auditorium at Masonic Temple,         Cleveland(monaural)
            * with          Cleveland Orchestra
            * LP         ; Music Appreciation Records         MAR 5611
         2)         23,24th Jan. & 3rd Mar. 1961, Severance Hall,         Cleveland
            * with          Cleveland Orchestra
            *         Producer/Engineer ; Howard H. Scott /?
            * LP         ; Epic LC 3812 / LC 1290 / BC 1156 / BC 1290
            * CD ; Sony         Classical SBK 47664 / SRCR 2553
            * SACD ; Sony Classical SS 89415 / SRGR         759
     
The Smetana and Strauss are too.
     Smetana
   From 6 Symphonic poems 'Ma         Vlast(My Fatherland)'
         2.         Vltava(Moldau) 4. From Bohemian's Field and Groves
         
         1)         8th Jan. 1951(No.2,4)
            * with          New York Philharmonic
            * LP         ; Columbia ML 2177(10") / 33C 1019(10"),         Odyssey Y3 35231(3 set)
         2)         24th Nov. 1954, Auditorium at Masonic Temple,         Cleveland(No.2; monaural)
            * with          Cleveland Orchestra
            * LP         ; Music Appreciation Records         MAR 61
3)         4,5th Jan. 1963, Severance Hall, Cleveland(No.2)
            * with          Cleveland Orchestra
            *         Producer/Engineer ; Thomas Frost /Raymond Moor & Arthur Kendy
            * LP         ; Epic LC 3868 / BC 1268, CBS MY         36716
            * Tape ; CBS MYT         36716
            * CD ; Sony         Classical MYK 36716 / MYK 42530 / SBK 48264 / SBK 61698 /         SRCR 2550
            *         SACD ; Sony Classical SS 89412         / SRGR 757


Symphonic Poem 'Till         Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche', op.28
         1)         25th Apr. 1949, Severance Hall, Cleveland(monaural)
            * with          Cleveland Orchestra
            * LP         ; Columbia
         2)         24th Nov. 1954, Auditorium at Masonic Temple,         Cleveland(monaural)
            * with          Cleveland Orchestra
            * LP         ; Music Appreciation Records         MAR 61
         3)         29,30th Mar. 1957, Severance Hall, Cleveland
            * with          Cleveland Orchestra
            *         Producer/Engineer ; Howard H. Scott / ?
            * LP         ; Epic LC 3439 / BC 1011, Columbia SAX 2501, CBS MY 36721
            *         Tape ; CBS MYT 36721
            * CD         ; Sony Classical MYK 36721 /         SBK 48272 / SRCR 9869 / SRCR 2554
            *         SACD ; Sony Classical SS 89037         / SRGR 


Anybody know why Szell did so many unique recordings for them ?

                                           Roger

Lani Spahr <[log in to unmask]> wrote: Hello eveyone -

Here's a complete list of Szell/Book-of-the-Month Club recordings. There may have been other couplings with some of the works.

Bach Orchestral Suite #3 in D
Recorded December 24, 1954
MAR 26 mono

Brahms Academic Festival Overture
Brahms  Variations on a Theme by Haydn
Mozart Symphony #39
Recorded 19-21 October 1955
MARS 3017 stereo

Smetana The Moldau
Richard Strauss Till Eulenspiegel
Recorded 24 December 1954
MAR 610 mono

Schumann Symphony #4
Stravinsky Firebird Suite
Recorded 19-21 October 1955
MARS 5558

Cheers,
Lani Spahr


 
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