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Dear Michael,

Thank you so much for the very kind message. I would be very happy, if
you would take another kindness to check the database of VPO in 1944.
Very kind of you. Thanks!

Takeshi




On Sat, Sep 29, 2012 at 12:13 PM, Michael Waiblinger
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> Dear Takeshi,
>
> I'm a user at ARCHLIST and can't reply for unknown reasons. Therefore I
> reply you by this personal message. There is no recording list as far as I
> know between 1940 and 1945. The German RRG (Reichsfunkgesellschaft) listed
> their recordings made from 1929 until 1939 by three catalogues, which I have
> . Due to the WWII this catalogue wasn't updated anymore. I have seen all the
> existing recordings in the storage and I do have access to the database and
> master tapes at the German DRA (Deutsches Rundfunk Archiv) in Frankfurt.
> Many WWII recordings survived but sometimes incomplete and unknown numbers
> were lost or destroyed including most of the Stereo recordings. The
> Reichssender Wien was incorporated into RRG in 1939 like the Reichssender
> Prag. Many concerts were recorded by conductors such as Böhm, Keilberth,
> Krauss, Knappertsbusch, Hans Weisbach,  Oswald Kabasta, Robert Heger, and R.
> Strauss. However some of them have been released by labels such as Tahra,
> Music & Arts, Dreamlife, etc.
>
> I can check the database about the VPO - R.Strauss from 1944 for you.
>
> Best regards,
> Michael Waiblinger, Germany
>
>



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