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wait until you find out about him and his eurythmy.... amazing guy

On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 4:52 PM Railroads On Parade <
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> So you see the dilemma.  Nobody in their right mind would just walk away
> and toss the disc in the trash just because it might be someone else.  It
> is imperative to find out who this Rudolf Steiner is.  But I think you are
> correct, a second disc would lead me to believe there was another Rudolf
> Steiner out there.  One clipping from a German music periodical from that
> time is being translated for me and it might make a conclusion there was
> another Rudolf Steiner.
>
> On Fri, 12 Apr 2019 at 16:45, Jolyon S Hudson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> > Alas if Pathe had issued transcriptions of the dead Rudolf Steiner I
> think
> > it would have been well publicised, sorry to dash any hopes :-(
> >
> > As nobody seems to have heard of him, and there does not seem to be any
> > press notices, it may of course be a pseudonym for another artist in the
> > Pathe stable trying out other repertoire? A wild suggestion but possible.
> >
> > There is another disc recorded by 'Rudolf Steiner' on Pathe X93025 that
> is
> > mentioned in the Gramophone Shop Encyclopaedia of 1936.
> > Grieg: Jeg elsker dig (Ich liebe dich), op. 5, no. 3
> > Grechaninov: O my country, op. 1, no. 4
> >
> > Still don't know who he was but the catalogue numbers do indicate a
> > recording date for the second half of 1931.
> >
> > Jols
> >
>


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