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Karl Krueger's master tapes were donated to the Library of Congress,
with rights. The Recorded Sound Reference Center ([log in to unmask]) has a
list of the original releases they can send to you. I don't know how
many OMP releases there were but the the Bridge releases were created
from restorations of Krueger masters.

Sam Brylawski

On Fri, Dec 23, 2011 at 8:39 PM, Thomas Stern <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Krueger made a number of recordings with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra on RCA in the 1940's.
>
> In the 1960's he formed a label to record music of American composers.
>
> IS there a complete listing of the (Lp) recordings issued by Karl Krueger's
> THE SOCIETY FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE AMERICAN MUSICAL HERITAGE - Music In America label?
>
> A number of these recordings have been reissued by the LIBRARY OF CONGRESS in their
> OUR MUSICAL PAST series of CD's
> Are there any releases in this (OMP) series above 107 ???
>
> Additionally, BRIDGE RECORDS issued a 3-CD box, and 3 single CD's of KRUEGER's recordings.
> Were these reissues of the Library of Congress series, or additions to it?
>
>
> THANKS!
> Happy Hanukah/Christmas/New Year!  Thomas.