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It was my understanding that Opera Disk pressings were put out during  
the war, ignoring the copyright. There obviously were a lot of them  
issued.

Malcolm Smith

On Oct 30, 2009, at 3:01 PM, Steven Smolian wrote:

> I saw the listing.  The name Richard Strauss was clar in the photo  
> but apparently unfamiliar to the typist's fingers.
>
> It's one disc of a pair.
>
> There are also a great number of pop and thnic records on this  
> label as well, including a group of Sirota cantorials.
>
> Steve Smolian
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Roger Kulp"  
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> Sent: Friday, October 30, 2009 5:45 PM
> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Opera Disc Question
>
>
> Most of you here are familiar with Max Hesslein,and his Opera Disc  
> Companyhttp://gregoryology.com/vtmc/operadisc/I have seen a fair  
> number of these over the years,and in the last few sold several on  
> eBay myself.The ones I have seen have always been just that,opera.I  
> never saw any other.A few weeks ago,I was outbid on a Mischa Elman  
> on the label.Yesterday,I won this: German Orchestra
> Side 1 - o4086
> Side 2 - 04087
> Til Eulenspiegels lust'ge Streiche
> Order # 69527
>
> Richard Stricker, Conductor
> Orchestra Berlin Operahaus
> Obviouly a Deutsche Grammophon recording,but the name "Richard  
> Stricker" was entirely unknown to me.Clearly this is a  
> pseudonym,but does anybody know who for?
> Roger
>