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He made acoustics for Cameo and affiliated labels as a violinist.  See
Creighton's Violin discog.  Also light orch. stuff.   He may be listed in
Claude Arnold's book- can't check right now.

Steve Smolian

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Subject: [ARSCLIST] truth or myth -- RCA claims about first digital
recording

On the back cover of RCA's first for-release digital recording, Bartok's
"Concerto For Orchestra" by Ormandy/Philly, producer Jay David Saks wrote
that Ormandy's recording career "has spanned over half a century -- from
78rpms, both acoustical and electrical, through mono and stereo LPs to
quadrophonic ..." Is it true that Ormandy recorded acoustic 78's? Can anyone
provide details on his earliest recordings?

Saks further describes Ormandy as "the man who has made more records than
any other person in history." Is that true? More than Karajan? More than
Dorati?

-- Tom Fine