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The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXIII - The PARIS FONOTIPIAS

The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXIII - The PARIS FONOTIPIAS

"The Paris Fonotipias" Part 3

PETER JEFFES, tenor & DAVID WOODCOCK, piano

A recital of English songs by Bridge, Elgar, Finzi, Ireland, Quilter, Warlock &c.

The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXIV - TADEUSZ LELIWA

The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXIV - TADEUSZ LELIWA

Very rare Fonotipia records of the most refined Polish tenor, 
known in Italy as Enzo Leliva

FRANCESCO TAMAGNO (1851-1905)

FRANCESCO TAMAGNO (1851-1905)

Verdi wrote Otello with Tamagno in mind. It is generally accepted that he has never been equalled in this part and the records support this view. The complete published and several unpublished records. Included are two records attributed to Antonio Cotogni. Arias from Il Trovatore, Otello, Andrea Chénier, Le Prophète, Samson et Dalila etc.

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The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXV - THE MARCHESI SCHOOL

The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXV - THE MARCHESI SCHOOL

Mathilde Marchesi's school school of singing in Paris produced a stream of the world's
greatest singers, amongst them Sigrid Arnoldson, Emma Calvé, Emma Eames,
Selma Kurz and Nellie Melba.

The first recordings of ARTURO TOSCANINI (1867-1955)

The first recordings of ARTURO TOSCANINI (1867-1955)

with the La Scala Orchestra, 1920 and 1921, and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, 1926

The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXVI - French Opera

The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXVI - French Opera

Extremely rare records, mainly Odeon, of Léon DAVID, Jean LASSALLE, Edmond CLÉMENT, Blanche DESCHAMPS-JEHIN, Leon MELCHISSÉDEC and Emile SCARAMBERG

LAKMÉ (Delibes)

LAKMÉ (Delibes)

from the Metropolitan Opera, 6th January 1940
Lakme-Lily PONS, Gerald-Armand TOKATYAN, Nilakantha-Ezio PINZA
conductor: WILFRID PELLETIER

The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXVII - GIUSEPPE de LUCA Part I

The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXVII - GIUSEPPE de LUCA Part I

The beautiful voice and polished singing of GIUSEPPE de LUCA are excellently captured on these Fonotipia recordings from 1905-1907

The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXVIII - GIUSEPPE de LUCA

The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXVIII - GIUSEPPE de LUCA

from Fonotipia recordings 1905-1907, Part 2

The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXIX - Six Tenors on Fonotipia

The HAROLD WAYNE Collection - Volume XXIX - Six Tenors on Fonotipia

Giuseppe BORGATTI - Icilio CALLEJA - Fernando CARPI - Romano CIAROFF-CERINI Edoardo GARBIN - Mario GILLION

OPERA IN CHICAGO - Volume II

OPERA IN CHICAGO - Volume II

Rosa RAISA - Virgilio LAZZARI - Mario CHAMLEE - Cyrena Van GORDON
Giacomo RIMINI - Giulio CRIMI - Carolina LAZZARI - Armand TOKATYAN

E.J. MOERAN: Recently discovered archive recordings

E.J. MOERAN: Recently discovered archive recordings

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra. Soloist: Albert Sammons
Fantasy Quartet for Oboe and Strings. Léon Goossens (soloist)
Serenade in G for Orchestra.
Live recordings 1946 to 1948.

BRITISH MUSIC OF THE 20TH CENTURY - Volume 1 (1920-1930)

BRITISH MUSIC OF THE 20TH CENTURY - Volume 1 (1920-1930)

The Composer Conducts: Beni Mora (Gustav Holst)    The Sea (Frank Bridge)

Conversations (Arthur Bliss)    The Wasps-Overture (Ralph Vaughan-Williams)

With the Wild Geese (Hamilton Harty)   The Wreckers-Overture (Ethyl Smyth)

BRITISH MUSIC OF THE 20TH CENTURY - Volume 2 (1929-1936)

BRITISH MUSIC OF THE 20TH CENTURY - Volume 2 (1929-1936)

Façade (Walton) conducted by Walton
Things to Come (Bliss) conducted by Bliss and Muir Mathieson
The Curlew (Warlock) conducted by Constant Lambert
Corpus Christi (Warlock) (Peter Pears' first record)
Fugue (Berners) conducted by John Ansell

OTTO KLEMPERER and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.

OTTO KLEMPERER and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.

From concerts of 1937 & 1938,

including the "Haffner" Symphony and

La Bohème Act II finale with Lucrezia Bori and Joseph Bentonelli

A LIEDER RECITAL FOR THE HUGO WOLF CENTENARY

A LIEDER RECITAL FOR THE HUGO WOLF CENTENARY

Rare and unique recordings 1902 to 1948
Lieder by Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Brahms & Wolf
with Wolf's Verschwiegene Liebe recorded during his lifetime.

WALTER PASSMORE & C.H. WORKMAN

WALTER PASSMORE & C.H. WORKMAN

From the operas of Gilbert and Sullivan

LILLI LEHMANN, soprano (1848-1929)

Complete known surviving recordings, including recordings of her niece, Hedwig Helbig

The THIRTY TENORS

The THIRTY TENORS

from Anselmi to Zenatello - A galaxy of finest voices

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MATTIA BATTISTINI, baritone (1856-1928) Volume I

MATTIA BATTISTINI, baritone (1856-1928) Volume I

For many the greatest baritone on record

A recital of opera plus the two Fonodisc recordings

PIANO ROLLS & DISCS - Grieg, Mahler, Grainger, Hofmann etc.

PIANO ROLLS & DISCS - Grieg, Mahler, Grainger, Hofmann etc.

A comparison of the two systems to accompany articles in International Piano Quarterly,
but with notes to make it self-standing Famous composers play their own works.

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FLORENCIO CONSTANTINO, tenor

FLORENCIO CONSTANTINO, tenor

An opera recital, including duets with Blanchart, Bronskaya and Mardones

KATHARINA WOLPE plays Schubert's Impromptus.

KATHARINA WOLPE plays Schubert's Impromptus.

The complete Schubert Impromptus

D.899 Op.90 Nos.1-4

D.935 Op.142 Nos.1-4

A Recital by KATHARINA WOLPE

A Recital by KATHARINA WOLPE

Sonata Op.111, No.32 (Beethoven)
Drei Klavierstücke D.946 (Op. posth.) (Schubert)
Sonata in B minor Op.1 (Berg)

 
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