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Leopold Stokowski sound recordings

Ms. Coll. 1169

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Stokowski, Leopold, 1882-1977
Title:
Leopold Stokowski sound recordings
Date [bulk]:
1930-1977
Date [inclusive]:
1912-1982
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 1169
Extent:
13 linear feet (21 boxes)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Leopold Anthony Stokowski was born April 18, 1882 in London and become one of the best-known conductors of the 20th century. Stokowski conducted symphony orchestras across the world from 1909 until his death in 1977. This collection consists of original sound recordings on sound reels, audio cassettes, cds, and long playing records. It is believed that the majority document Stokowski's conducting career from 1917 to 1977 and that very few were professional recordings. Original sound recordings are restricted from use and researchers wishing to obtain a copy of the original will be financially responsible for the reformatting costs.
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Leopold Stokowski sound recordings, 1912-1982 (bulk 1930-1977), Ms. Coll. 1169, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Leopold Anthony Stokowski was born April 18, 1882 in London and become one of the best-known conductors of the 20th century. Stokowski conducted symphony orchestras across the world from 1909 until his death in 1977. A full biographical sketch can be found in the finding aid for the Leopold Stokowski papers.

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of sound recordings on sound reels, audio cassettes, cds, and long playing records. It is believed that the majority document Stokowski's conducting career from 1917 to 1977 and that very few were professional recordings. There are some recordings that specifically list another conductor; in particular, Fritz Reiner conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Ernst Marzendorfer conducting the Vienna Chamber Orchestra. All description is based upon existing labels and slips of papers which were found with the recordings, the contents of which are not always clear. It is important for researchers to understand that sound recordings were not listened to prior to arrangement and description.

The collection is arranged in five series: I. Reel to reel sound recordings, II. Cassettes, III. CDs, IV. Records, and V. Index cards to tape collection. The first four series are all arranged alphabetically by orchestra, and then chronologically within each orchestra. Researchers are advised to perform keyword searches for composers, musical works, and artists, particularly since many original sound recordings did not list the orchestra or musical group and are therefore listed as "Unknown." Many of the original recordings had a numbering scheme, the key to which is undefined. The numbers were preserved and are listed as "Stokowski Numbers" after the description.

The final series consists of index cards to the collection. The numbering scheme on the cards do not always appear to match the numbering scheme on the original recordings. In some cases, the numbering schemes do match and the cards may be of some use to researchers, although, the information contained on the card is also included in finding aid.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2016 April 26

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Holly Mengel

Access Restrictions

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • All-American Youth Orchestra.
  • Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles, Calif.).
  • London Symphony Orchestra.
  • Philadelphia Orchestra.
  • Symphony of the Air.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Audiovisual materials
  • Sound recordings
Subject(s)
  • Concerts
  • Conductors (Music)--United States
  • Music
  • Symphony orchestras

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Collection Inventory

Series I. Reel to reel sound recordings.

A. 10.5 inch reels.

Box Item

Early Hi-Fi, Wide range and stereo recordings made by Bell Telephone Laboratories in the 1930s, Leopold Stokowski conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra, 1931-1932, Presented to the Curtis Institute of Music by the Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania (2 reels and 1 gold record in presentation box), circa 1930s.

8 14

B. 7 inch reels.

Box Item

"Collectors' Items" with Don Tait (including Wagner's "Lohengrin" prelude from 1940, Brahms' "Hungarian Dance No. 5" from 1917, Bach's "Prelude in B" from 1929, Stravinsky's "Le Sacre" finale, and Beethoven's "Symphony No. 7" first movement); Stokowski Number: OO, 1977 September 19.

2 20

"Columbia Presents Native Brazilian Music Selected and Recorded under the personal supervision of Leopold Stokowski," Volumes 1 and 2; Stokowski Number: 21, undated.

1 18

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Debussy "Afternoon of a Faun"); Stokowski Number: 4N, undated.

5 3

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Debussy "Claire de lune" and Strauss "Blue Danube Waltz"; Stokowski Number: 4I, undated.

4 30

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Goeb "Symphony No. 3"); Stokowski Number: K, undated.

1 29

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Grainger favorites: "Irish Tune," "Country Garden," "Shepherd's Hey," and "Mock Morris;" Brahms "Symphony No. 3;" and Weber "Invitation to the Dance"); Stokowski Number: 4C, undated.

4 24

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Sibelius "Swan of Tuonela;" Rimsky Korsakov "Russian Easter;" Borodin "Nocturne;" Paganini "Perpetual Motion;" and Gluck "Musette"); Stokowski Number: 4D, undated.

4 25

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Strauss, "Tales from Vienna Woods" and "Blue Danube" and Tchaikovsky "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy ; Stokowski Number: 1A, circa 1931-1967.

2 24

"Leopold Stokowski's New Orchestra" (Polish); Stokowski Number: U-57, undated.

20 8

"The Stokowski Legacy" with Don Tait (including Brahms "Hungarian Dances No. 5 and 6" and Schubert "Symphony No. 8"); Stokowski Number: OO, 1978 February 1.

2 20

[Piano Concerto, left hand]; Stokowski Number: T-43-44, undated.

6 16-17

[Symphony Orchestra] (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 5," Swan Lake" waltz, "Nutcracker" waltz of the flowers, and "Sleeping Beauty" waltz; Richard Strauss "Till Eulenspiegel;" Liszt "Totentanz;" and Wagner "Tannhauser") with Reiner; Stokowski Number: 2D, 1950-1951.

3 14

All American Youth Orchestra, Electrics (Pledge to the Flag, "Star Spangled Banner," "God Bless America," and Ravel "Bolero"); Stokowski Number: 13, 1940 July 26.

1 13

All American Youth Orchestra, Electrics (Still "Scherzo"); Stokowski Number: 14, 1940 November 13.

1 14

All American Youth Orchestra, Electrics (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 6;" Dvorak "New World Symphony;" and Weber "Invitation to Dance"); Stokowski Number: 14, 1940 November 13-17.

1 14

All American Youth Orchestra, Electrics (Stravinsky "Firebird Suite;" Shostakovich "Prelude in E;" Beethoven "Symphony No. 5;" Bach "Little Fugue;" Brahms "Symphony No. 4;" Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2" part 1; and Prokofiev "Peter and the Wolf" with Basil Rathbone); Stokowski Number: 13, 1940 November 14.

1 13

All American Youth Orchestra, Electrics (Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2" part 2 and Wagner "Tristan and Isolde"); Stokowski Number: 14, 1940 December 13.

1 14

All American Youth Orchestra, Electrics (Bach "Mein Jesu"); Stokowski Number: 14, 1941 April 1.

1 14

All American Youth Orchestra, Electrics (Schubert "Unfinished Symphony"); Stokowski Number: 15, 1941 July 10.

1 15

All American Youth Orchestra, Electrics (Bach "Arioso," "Prelude in E Flat," and "Andante Sostenuto;" Tchaikovsky "Solitude;" Schumann "Träumerei;" and Mendellsohn "Scherzo"); Stokowski Number: 15, 1941 July 11.

1 15

All American Youth Orchestra, Electrics (Bach "Preludio"); Stokowski Number: 15, 1941 July 20.

1 15

All American Youth Orchestra, Electrics (Mussorgsky "Pictures at an Exhibition" and "Boris Godunov"); Stokowski Number: 15, 1941 July 3-5.

1 15

All American Youth Orchestra, Electrics (Strauss "Death and Transfiguration;" Bach "Toccata and Fugue" and "Ein Feste Burg;" Cowell "Tales of our Countryside;" Novacek "Perpetual Motion;" and de Falla "Ritual Fire Dance"); Stokowski Number: 14, 1941 July 3-5.

1 14

All American Youth Orchestra, Electrics (Creston "Scherzo" and Gould "Guaracha"); Stokowski Number: 15, 1941 July 8.

1 15

American Symphony Orchestra (Grieg "Ich liebe dich" with Lauritz Melchior, tenor); Stokowski Number: Z, 1963 April.

2 12

American Symphony Orchestra rehearsal (Brahms "Symphony No. 4;" Wagner "Wintersturme;" and Bach "Little Fugue"); Stokowski Number: 3F, 1963 April.

4 1

American Symphony Orchestra (Bach 3 choral preludes; Beethoven "Symphony No. 7;" Serebrier "Poema Elegiaco;" Stravinsky "Firebird Suite;" and Villa Lobos "Modinha"); Stokowski Number: 2V, 1963 November.

3 26

American Symphony Orchestra, rehearsals (Sousa "Stars and Stripes Forever"); Stokowski Number: Z, 1963 November 9.

2 12

American Symphony Orchestra (Mahler "Symphony No. 2"); Stokowski Number: 2L, 1965 April 4.

3 17

American Symphony Orchestra, Carnegie Hall ("Poland's Millennium Concert:" National anthems, Polish and American and "Gaude Mater Polonia"); Stokowski Number: u-59, 1966 December 8.

20 10

American Symphony Orchestra (Ruggles "Sun-Treader;" Bloch "Schelomo;" and Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 5"); Stokowski Number: 2K, 1967 December 3.

3 16

American Symphony Orchestra (Beethoven "Symphony No. 3"); Stokowski Number: G, 1968 April 21.

1 26

American Symphony Orchestra (Stringfield "Mountain Song in G;" Bernstein "Symphony 2" with Philippe Entremont; and Beethoven "Symphony No. 3"); Stokowski Number: 2M, 1968 April 28.

3 18

American Symphony Orchestra (Bach "Wachet Auf," "Mein Jesu," "Prelude in e flat;" Beethoven "Symphony No. 5;" Wagner "Tristan and Isolde Symphonic Synthesis;" and interview; Stokowski Number: 2N, 1968 May 5.

3 19

American Symphony Orchestra (Beethoven "Symphony No. 5"); Stokowski Number: G, 1968 May 5.

1 26

American Symphony Orchestra, rehearsals (Borodin "Dance of Polovtsian Maidens;" Rimsky Korsakov "Christmas Eve Polonaise;" Stravinsky "Mass"; Stokowski Number: B, 1969 December 13.

1 21

American Symphony Orchestra, rehearsals (Wagner Program: "Lohengrin" prelude to Act 1,"Five Wesendonck Songs" with Berit Lindholm, "Tristan and Isolde Liebestod," Gotterdammerungg "Rhine Journey," "Funeral March," and "Brunnhilde's Immolation") ; Stokowski Number: B, 1969 December 6.

1 21

American Symphony Orchestra, rehearsals (Ives "Symphony No. 4;" Popper "Cello Concerto;" Strauss "Also sprach Zarathustra;" Schumann "Introduction and Allegro for Piano and Orchestra"); Stokowski Number: U-40, 1970 January 14.

8 3

American Symphony Orchestra (Mozart "Andante in C Major" and "Rondo in D Major;" Khachaturian "Concerto for Flute & Orchestra;" Rimsky Korsakov "Le Coq d'Or Suite;" and interview with Jean-Pierre Rampal); Stokowski Number: C, 1970 January 17.

1 22

American Symphony Orchestra (Haydn "Symphony No. 60;" Mozart "Andante and Rondo" with Rampal; Khachaturian "Flute Concerto" with Rampal; and Rimsky Korsakov "Le coq d'Or Suite"); Stokowski Number: 3C, 1970 January 19.

3 30

American Symphony Orchestra (Khachaturian "Flute Concerto" for Music Grotto); Stokowski Number: U-2, 1970 January 19.

6 29

American Symphony Orchestra (Rimsky Korsakov "Coq d'Or" for Music Grotto); Stokowski Number: U-3, 1970 January 19.

6 30

American Symphony Orchestra (Berlioz "Symphonie Fantastique;" Scriabin "Prelude in C sharp minor;" and Paganini "Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major" movements no. 1 and final with Teiko Maehashi, soloist); Stokowski Number: C, 1970 April 25.

1 22

American Symphony Orchestra, rehearsals (Berlioz "Fantastique Symphony;" Paganini "Violin Concerto in D Major" with Taiko Maehashi, soloist; Frescobaldi "Gagliarda;" Scriabin "Prelude in C Sharp Minor" and "Poem of Ecstasy;" Verdi "Arias;" Rimsky Korsakov "Capriccio Espagnol;" and Dvorak "Slav Dances in E Minor"); Stokowski Number: U-42, 1970 April 25.

8 5

American Symphony Orchestra, rehearsals (Beethoven "Symphony No. 9;" V. Thomson "Sea Pieces;" and Ginastera "Creole Fast"); Stokowski Number: U-41, 1970 May 2.

8 4

American Symphony Orchestra, Kent State Memorial Concert at Carnegie Hall (Barber "Adagio;" Bach "Chaconne;" Handel "Dead March" from Saul; Bach "Prelude in E flat minor;" Scriabin "Etude in C Sharp;" Bach "Komm susser Tod;" Chopin "Funeral March;" Casals "O Vos Omnes;" and closing speech by Stokowksi); Stokowski Number: U-29, 1970 May 8.

7 24

American Symphony Orchestra (Paderewski "Piano Concerto" with Earl Wild); Stokowski Number: 3D, 1970 October 11.

3 31

American Symphony Orchestra (Hermann "For the Fallen;" Sibelius "Violin Concerto" with Henryk Szeryng; Franck "Symphony;" and Satie "Encore"); Stokowski Number: 2P, 1970 November 1.

3 20

American Symphony Orchestra at Philharmonic Hall (Popper "Concerto for Cello" with Jascha Silberstein; Strauss "Also sprach Zarathustra;" Cowell "Largo and Allegro;" and Ives "Symphony No. 4"); Stokowski Number: 1V, 1970 November 11.

3 8

American Symphony Orchestra, rehearsals (Berlioz "L'enfance du Christ" and "Shepherd's Christmas Music;" Strauss "Die Rosenkavalier Suite;" and Meyer "Octagon for Piano"); Stokowski Number: D, 1970 December 12-1971 March 20.

1 23

American Symphony, broadcast rehearsal at Carnegie Hall (Berlioz "L'enfance du Christ"); Stokowski Number: U-39, 1970 December 14.

8 2

American Symphony Orchestra, rehearsal (Beethoven "Triple Concerto" and "Beaux Arts Trio"); Stokowski Number: U-28, 1971 January 15.

7 23

American Symphony Orchestra (Josten "Jungle"); Stokowski Number: U-62, 1971 March 23.

20 11

American Symphony Orchestra (Mayer "Octagon"); Stokowski Number: U-61, 1971 March 23.

20 12

American symphony Orchestra (Stravinsky "Petrushka Suite" and Tchaikovsky encore); Stokowski Number: U-60, 1971 March 23.

20 13

American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall (Mozart "Magic Flute" overture; Strauss "Rosenkavalier" waltzes; Josten "Symphonic Poem-Jungle;" Mayer "Octagon for Piano" with William Masselos; and Stravinsky "Petrushka Suite"); Stokowski Number: 1S, 1971 March 23.

3 5

American Symphony Orchestra, rehearsal (Mozart "Symphony No. 4" movements 2-4; Wagner "Dance of the Apprentice;" and Puccini "Gianni Schicchi"); Stokowski Number: U-27, 1971 April 24.

7 22

American Symphony Orchestra (Debussy "Prelude a l'apres midi d'un faune;" Mozart "Symphony No. 41;" Wagner "Meistersinger" excerpts; and Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 4") [right channel scratchy throughout]; Stokowski Number: IL, 1971 April 27.

3 1

American Symphony Orchestra (Schumann "Symphony No. 4"); Stokowski Number: U-1, 1971 May 4.

6 28

American Symphony Orchestra, rehearsals (Frescobaldi "Gagliarda;" Berlioz "Symphonie fantastique" 5th movement; Beethoven "Symphony No. 9;" Thomson "Sea Piece with Birds;" Ginastera "Overture to Fausto Creole;" and Mayer "Octagon"); Stokowski Number: A, 1970-1971.

1 20

American Symphony Orchestra (Ginastera "Overture to Fausto Creole;" Thomson "Sea piece with Birds;" and Beethoven "Symphony No. 9" with Alpha Floyd, Elaine Bonazzi, Dan Marek, and David Clatworthy); Stokowski Number: 2W, 1971.

3 27

American Symphony Orchestra (Handel "Concerto Grosso in d minor, op. 6, no. 10;" Bach "Adagio from Toccata and Fugue in C major;" Haydn "Symphony No. 45;" Rorem "Pilgrims;" Kay "Brief Elegy;" Britten "Serenade for Tenor and French Horn" with Kenneth Riegel; and Hovhaness "Alleluia and Fugue op. 40 B"); Stokowski Number: 1R, 1972 March 1.

3 4

American Symphony Orchestra (Mussorgsky "[Kohnanschina]" prelude; Tchaikovsky "Violin Concerto" with Itzhak Perlman; Duparc "Extase;" Shostakovich "Symphony No. 5;" and Chopin "Prelude"); Stokowski Number: 2Y, 1972 May 7.

3 29

American Symphony Orchestra (Rimsky Korsakov "Ivan the Terrible" prelude to Act III; Prokofiev "Piano Concerto No. 2" with Jorge Bolet; Brahms "Symphony No. 4;" and encore of Thomson "Lullaby"); Stokowski Number: 2X, 1974 October 12.

3 28

American Symphony (Canteloube "Songs of the Auvergne" with Anna Moffo, soprano; Villa Lobos "Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5;" and Rachmaninoff "Vocalise") ; Stokowski Number: 4I, undated.

4 30

American Symphony (Tchaikovsky, "Hamlet Overture" and Scriabin "Etude in c minor"); Stokowski Number: 3U, undated.

4 16

American Symphony (Tchaikovsky, "Symphony No. 4"); Stokowski Number: 3M, undated.

4 8

American Symphony Orchestra (Block "America;" Martin "Petite Symphony;" and Canteloube "Songs of the Auvergne"); Stokowski Number: 4P, undated.

5 5

American Symphony Orchestra (Dawson "Negro Symphony" and Songs of Inspiration: Beethoven "Heavens are Telling" and "Traditional Deep River;" Handel "Xerxes Largo," Humperdinck "Evening Prayer" from Hansel and Gretel; Bach "Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring;" Wagner "Tannhauser Pilgrim's Chorus;" and Gluck "O Saviour Hear Me" from Orfeo; Stokowski Number: 4R, undated.

5 7

American Symphony Orchestra (Ives "Robert Browning Overture" and "Symphony No. 1"; Stokowski Number: 4F, undated.

4 27

American Symphony Orchestra (Josten "Concerto Sacro"); Stokowski Number: k, undated.

1 29

American Symphony Orchestra (Mozart "Serenade for 13 wind instruments" and Werner Josten "Canzonia Seria"); Stokowski Number: 4O, undated.

5 4

Arlington Symphony, rehearsal, Karl Rucht, conductor (Gastyne "Ode for Orchestra"); Stokowski Number: T-23, undated.

5 29

BBC program on Stokowski; Stokowski Number: NN, undated.

2 19

BBC Symphony Orchestra (Beethoven "Symphony No. 7"); Stokowski Number: H, 1963.

1 27

BBC Symphony Orchestra at Royal Albert Hall (de Falla "El Amor Brujo" with Gloria Lane; Vaughan Williams "Symphony No. 8;" and Sibelius Symphony No. 2"); Stokowski Number: 2Ub, 1964 September 15.

3 25

BBC Symphony Orchestra (Vaughan Williams "Symphony No. 8"); Stokowski Number: 3D, 1964 September 17.

3 31

BBC Symphony Orchestra (Havergal Brian "Symphony No. 28"); Stokowski Number: 4I, undated.

4 30

Boston Symphony (Mozart "Sinfonia concertante;" Hovhaness "Prelude and Quadruple Fugue;" Richard Strauss "Death and Transformation;" Rorem "Eagles;" and Stravinsky "Suite from Petrushka"); Stokowski Number: U-31, 1964 August 21.

7 26

Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood (Mozart "Sinfonia concertante in e flat;" Hovhaness "Prelude and Quadruple Fugue;" Strauss "Death and Transfiguration;" Rorem "Eagles;" and Stravinsky "Petrushka Suite"); Stokowski Number: 1T, 1964 August 21.

3 6

Boston Symphony Orchestra (Bach "Passacaglia and Fugue in C;" Schubert "Symphony 8;" Gluck "Dance of Blessed Spirits from Orfeo;" and Shostakovich "Symphony No. 5"); Stokowski Number: 1U, 1965 March 21.

3 7

Boston Symphony (Mozart "Don Giovanni" overture; Beethoven "Symphony No. 7;" Tchaikovsky "Hamlet" overture; and Mussorgsky "Boris" symphonic Synthesis); Stokowski Number: 2Ua, 1968 January 13.

3 24

Boston Symphony Orchestra (Stravinsky, Tippett, Bach, and Tchaikovsky); Stokowski Number: U-41, 1970 May 4.

8 4

Bryn Mawr College, Stokowski speech to the Friends of Music Of Bryn Mawr College, "The Making of an Orchestra"; Stokowski Number: U-45, 1963 February 4.

8 8

CBS Symphony Orchestra (Strauss "Metamorphosen"); Stokowski Number: U-33, 1947 March 19.

7 28

Chamber Orchestra (Bach "Brandenburg Concertos, Nos. 1, 3, 4, and 6") with Reiner; Stokowski Number: 2C, 1949 October 20-28.

3 13

Chamber Orchestra (Bach "Brandenburg Concertos, Nos. 1, 2, and 5") with Reiner; Stokowski Number: 2D, 1949 November-December.

3 14

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Mozart "Musical Joke," Eine Kleine Nachtmusik," and "Divertimento No. 11" and Schumann "Piano Concerto" and "Symphony No. 1") with Reiner; Stokowski Number: 2J, 1929, 1954, 1959.

3 15

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (R. Strauss "Also sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30" with Fritz Reiner); Stokowski Number: JJ, 1954 March 8.

2 15

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Brahms "Piano Concerto No. 1" with Arthur Rubinstein and Fritz Reiner); Stokowski Number: LL, 1954 April 17.

2 17

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Liebermann "Concerto for Jazz Band and Orchestra" with Fritz Reiner; Stokowski Number: MM, 1954 December 6.

2 18

[Chicago Symphony Orchestra] (Richard Strauss "Electra" with Fritz Reiner); Stokowski Number: U-26, 1956 April 14-16.

7 21

[Chicago Symphony Orchestra] (Stravinsky "Song of the Nightingale" with Fritz Reiner); Stokowski Number: U-25, 1956 November 3.

7 20

[Chicago Symphony Orchestra] (Prokofiev, " Lieutenant Kijé," with Fritz Reiner); Stokowski Number: U-26, 1957 March 2.

7 21

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Smith-Key "Star Spangled Banner" with Fritz Reiner, unreleased); Stokowski Number: MM, 1957 November 9.

2 18

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Bach "Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland," Komm Susser Tod," "Mein Jesu," and "Wir glauben all' an einen Gott;" Szabelski "Toccata;" Prokofiev "Romeo and Juliet Suite;" Shostakovich "Prelude in E flat minor;" Gliere "Symphony No. 3;" Brahms "Symphony No. 2;" and Tchaikovsky "Swan Lake" excerpts); Stokowski Number: 1W, 1958 January 2 and 9.

3 9

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Bach "Brandenburg Concerto No. 2" with Adolph Herseth, trumpet and Mozart "Marriage of Figaro," overture with Fritz Reiner); Stokowski Number: LL, circa 1959.

2 17

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Franck "Symphony in D" with Pierre Monteux); Stokowski Number: JJ, 1961 January 7.

2 15

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Bach "Toccata and Fugue in D minor;" Brahms "Variations on a theme by Haydn;" and Rimsky Korsakov "Capriccio Espagnol"); Stokowski Number: 1M, 1962 January 14.

3 2

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Bach "Passacaglia and Fugue;" Beethoven "Symphony No. 8;" and Shostakovich "Symphony No. 10"); Stokowski Number: L, 1966 March 24.

1 30

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Beethoven "Symphony No. 8"); Stokowski Number: H, 1966 March 24.

1 27

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Shostakovich "Symphony No. 10" and Tchaikovsky "Manfred Symphony" first and last movements as encore; Stokowski Number: ZZ, 1966 March 24.

2 23

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Khachaturian "Symphony No. 3," United States premiere); Stokowski Number: F, 1968 February 15.

1 25

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Shostakovich "Age of Gold Suite" and "Symphony No. 6"); Stokowski Number: O, 1968 February 15.

2 1

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Rimsky Korsakov "Russian Easter"); Stokowski Number: 4S, undated.

5 8

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Shostakovich "Age of Gold Ballet Suite," "Introduction," "Adagio," Polka", and "Dance"; Stokowski Number: 3S, undated.

4 14

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Strauss "Don Juan" and Mozart "Divertimento #17") with Fritz Reiner; Stokowski Number: 1F, undated.

2 29

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Mozart "Symphony No. 40," "Eine kleine Nachtmusik," "Symphony No. 36" [missing 2nd movement], "Symphony No. 39," and "Symphony No. 41") with Fritz Reiner; Stokowski Number: IH, undated.

2 31

Curtis Institute of Music, Stokowski Tribute program (Beethoven "Sonata quasi una Fantasia;" Chopin "Scherzo in B Minor, Opus 20;" Ravel "Tzigane Rapsodie de Concert;" and Etler "Woodwind Quintet No. 1"); Stokowski Number: U-44, 1977 September 23 or October 14.

8 7

Czech Philharmonic (Elgar "Enigma Variations"); Stokowski Number: 3J, undated.

4 5

Czech Philharmonic (Shostakovich, "Symphony No. 11" and Scriabin "Poem of Ecstasy"); Stokowski Number: 4A, undated.

4 22

Danish Concert Orchestra (Saint-Saens "Opus 94") with Bob Johnson, solo horn; Stokowski Number: U-47, 1968 September 25.

8 10

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, Dayton, Ohio, Dr. Paul Katz, conductor (Kettering "Affirmatio"); Stokowski Number: T-30, 1965 January 27.

6 4

Eastman Rochester Symphony ("Conga"); Stokowski Number: T-18, undated.

5 25

Eastman Rochester Symphony (Barber "School for Scandal" and Kennan "Soliloquy for Flute and Strings"); Stokowski Number: T-1, undated.

5 10

Examples demonstrating the development of Symphony Orchestra recording (Wagner "Lohengrin Prelude to Act III" and "Gotterdammerungg: Dawn and Siegfried's Rhine Journey," arranged and conducted by Arturo Toscanini; Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 6;" Wagner "Rienzi Overture;" and Schubert "Symphony No. 9 in C"; Stokowski Number: Z, circa 1936-1939.

2 12

French Radio Orchestra (Debussy "Iberia;" Ibert "Escales;" and Ravel "Alborada del Gracioso"); Stokowski Number: 4I, undated.

4 30

Helsinki City Symphony (Sibelius "Symphony No. 1" and Debussy "Pelléas et Mélisande"); Stokowski Number: J, 1953.

1 28

Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra (twenty-four works); Stokowski Number: 2S, 1945 summer.

3 22

Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, Electrics (Tchaikovsky "Solitude," "Humoresque," and "Symphony No. 6"); Stokowski Number: 16, 1945 July 25.

1 16

Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, Electrics (Tchaikovsky "Marche Slave"); Stokowski Number: 16, 1945 August 1.

1 16

Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, Electrics (Brahms "Symphony No. 1" from vinyl pressing); Stokowski Number: 17, 1945 August 1.

1 17

Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, Electrics (Wagner "Forest Murmurs;" Schubert "Moment Musical;" Offenbach "Barcarolle;" and de Falla "El Amor Brujo"); Stokowski Number: 16, 1945 August 15.

1 16

Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, Electrics (de Falla "El Amor Brujo"); Stokowski Number: 17, 1945 August 15.

1 17

Hollywood Bowl (Berlioz "Rakoczy March;" Saint-Saens "Prelude to Deluge;" Steiner "Rhapsody for Clarinet;" Dolan "Waltz from Lady in Dark;" Dvorak "Rondo for Cello;" Strauss "Waltz from die Fledermaus;" Haydn "18th Century Dance;" and Ravel "Daphnis and Chloe"); Stokowski Number: U-33, 1945.

7 28

Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, Electrics (Dolan "Message for Lisa" and Brahms "Hungarian Dance No. 1"); Stokowski Number: 17, 1946 August 23.

1 17

Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, Electrics (Purcell "Trumpet Voluntary;" Haydn "18th Century Dance;" and Thomson "Plow that Broke Plains"); Stokowski Number: 17, 1946 August 30.

1 17

Hollywood Bowl (Ernest Tock "Pinocchio Overture;" Sibelius "Swan of Tuonela;" Mozart "Symphony No. 40" movements 1-2; Gliere "Ilya Muromets" movement 1; Rossini "Italians in Algiers;" Dolan "Lady in Dark" waltz; Ravel "Alborada del gracioso;" Schumann "Concerto No. 7 minor" with Dorothy Eustis, pianist; Bizet "L'Arlésienne Suite;" and Ruse "Holiday for Strings")`; Stokowski Number: IK, undated.

2 32

Hollywood Bowl (Puccini "My Name is Mimi" and "Musette's Waltz Song" with Nadine Conner singing soprano; [Kahirtz] "Three fantasies for Orchestra;" Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 4," movements 1, 3, and 4 and "Symphony No. 5," movements 1, 3, and 4; and Elgar "Enigma Variations"); Stokowski Number: IG, undated.

2 30

Houston Symphony (Chopin "Mazurka in A;" "Prelude in D;" "Waltz;" Channing "Fantasy on a Hymn Tune of Justin Morgan for string orchestra"); Stokowski Number: 3N, undated.

4 9

Houston Symphony (Brahms "Symphony No. 3;" Bartok "Music for Stings, percussion, and celesta;" Bach "Mein Jesu was fur Seelenweh;" Bach "Preludio;" and Gluck "Lento," "Musette," and "Sicilienne") ; Stokowski Number: 4G, undated.

4 28

Houston Symphony (Gliere "Symphony No. 3 : Ilya Muromets"); Stokowski Number: 4H, undated.

4 29

Houston Symphony (Scriabin "Poem of Ecstasy" and Fikret Amirov "Azerbajan Mugam," "Kyurdi Ovshari," "Avshari," "Tesnif," "Shakhanoz," "Kyrudi," and "Mani"); Stokowski Number: 4J, undated.

4 31

Illegible; Stokowski Number: T-28, undated.

6 2

International Youth Orchestra, Royal Albert Hall, London (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 5"); Stokowski Number: P, 1973.

2 2

La Monotonic (Hidayat Khan); Stokowski Number: U-49, undated.

8 12

Leipzig Philharmonic, Holland Festival (Shostakovich "Symphony No. 5"); Stokowski Number: U-37, undated.

7 32

London Philharmonic (Tchaikovsky "Francesca de Rimini" and Wagner program "Ride of the Valkyries," "Tristan," and prelude to Act III); Stokowski Number: 4J, undated.

4 31

London Symphony Orchestra at the Edinburgh Festival (Liszt "Mephisto Waltz"); Stokowski Number: NN, 1961.

2 19

London Symphony Orchestra at Edinburgh Festival (Schoenberg "Gurre-Lieder" with Gre Brouwenstijn, Nell Rankin, and James McCracken); Stokowski Number: 3E, 1961.

3 32

London Symphony Orchestra rehearsal (Rimsky Korsakov "Scheherazade"); Stokowski Number: 3F, 1964.

4 1

London Symphony Orchestra (Mussorgsky "Night on Bare Mountain;" Tchaikovsky "Marche Slav;" Stravinsky "Fire Bird Suite;" and Wagner "Dawn," "Siegfried's Funeral March," and Immolation Scene"); Stokowski Number: U-33, 1967 June 15.

7 28

London Symphony Orchestra (Bach "Choral" and Tchaikovsky "Sleeping Beauty" finale); Stokowski Number: FF, 1973 April 21.

2 13

London Symphony Orchestra at Croydon (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 6); Stokowski Number: P, 1973 April 21.

2 2

[London Symphony Orchestra] (Beethoven "Symphony No. 3"); Stokowski Number: U-4, 1975 January 16.

6 31

London Symphony Orchestra (Schubert "Unfinished Symphony;" Beethoven "Coriolan" and "Eroica Symphony"); Stokowski Number: 3G, undated.

4 2

London Symphony Orchestra (Bach Program: "Aria," "Little Fugue in G, and "Komm Susser Tod"); Stokowski Number: 3K, undated.

4 6

London Symphony Orchestra (Brahms "Symphony No. 1"); Stokowski Number: 3K, undated.

4 6

London Symphony Orchestra (Bach "Arioso from Cantata No. 156"); Stokowski Number: 3L, undated.

4 7

London Symphony Orchestra (Tchaikovsky, "Symphony No. 6"); Stokowski Number: 3M, undated.

4 8

London Symphony Orchestra (Borodin "Polovtsian Dances" with the Welsh National Opera; Stravinsky "Pastoral" and "Firebird Suite"; Mussorgsky "Night on Bald Mountain;" and Tchaikovsky "Marche Slav"); Stokowski Number: 3N, undated.

4 9

London Symphony Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Romeo and Juliet;" Mussorgsky "Boris Godunov Suisse Romande;" Bach "Toccata and Fugue," "Prelude in e flat," "Mein Jesu," "Wir glauben," "Chorale from Easter Cantata," "Passacaglia and Fugue"); Stokowski Number: 3P, undated.

4 11

London Symphony Orchestra (Byrd "Paven," "Earl of Salisbury," and "Galliard" after Francis Tregian) ; Stokowski Number: 3R, undated.

4 13

London Symphony Orchestra (Shostakovich "Symphony No. 1;" Virgil Thomson "The River;" Purcell "Trumpet Prelude;" and Elgar "Nimrod"; Stokowski Number: 3T.

4 15

London Symphony Orchestra (Wagner "Gotterdammerungg Entrance of Gods into Valhalla," "Tannhauser Overture," and "Venusberg music;" and Tchaikovsky "Serenade for Strings") ; Stokowski Number: 3U, undated.

4 16

London Symphony Orchestra (Mahler "Symphony No. 2" with sopranos Brigitte Fassbaender and Margaret Price); Stokowski Number: 3V, undated.

4 17

London Symphony Orchestra (Duparc "Extase"); Stokowski Number: 3W, undated.

4 18

London Symphony Orchestra (Debussy "La Mer;" Bach "Wachet Auf;" Ravel "Daphnis et Chloe;" Berlioz "Dance of the Sylphs;" and Bach "Arioso," "Cantata," "Chaconne," "Preludio," and "Ein Feste Burg"); Stokowski Number: 3Y, undated.

4 20

London Symphony Orchestra (Wagner "Tristan and Isolde finale," "Gotterdammerung Immolation," "Siegfreid's Rhine Journey," and "Siegfried's Funeral Music" and Vivaldi "Four Seasons"); Stokowski Number: 3Z, undated.

4 21

London Symphony Orchestra (Ives "Second Orchestral Set" and Messiaen "L'Ascension"); Stokowski Number: 4F, undated.

4 27

London Symphony Orchestra (Debussy "Nocturnes" with the BBC Chorus and Sibelius "Swan of Tuonela"; Stokowski Number: 4N, undated.

5 3

London Symphony Orchestra (Rienzi "Overture" and Wagner "Die Walkure Magic Fire Music," prelude to Act III of "Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg;" "Dance of the Apprentices;" "Entrance of Monsters" "Tristan and Isolde" prelude, and "Liebstod"); Stokowski Number: 4S, undated.

5 8

London Symphony Orchestra (Wagner "Ride of the Valkyries," "Forest Murmurs," Entrance of the Gods into Valhalla," "Siegfried's Rhine Journey," and "Siegfried's Death and Funeral Music"); Stokowski Number: U-21, undated.

7 16

Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra (Holst "The Planets"); Stokowski Number: 4K, undated.

4 32

Metropolitan Opera Orchestra (Strauss "Salome" and Mozart "Don Giovanni" with Reiner; Stokowski Number: 2C, 1949-1950.

3 13

Metropolitan Opera Orchestra (Puccini "Tosca"); Stokowski Number: U-39, 1970 December 12.

8 2

Miscellaneous dubbing, electrics, accousticals; Stokowski Number: 22, 1912-1923.

1 19

Montreal Symphony Orchestra, first performance conducted by Zubin Mehta (Roger Matton "Mouvement Symphonique No. 2"); Stokowski Number: T-37, 1962.

6 10

Multiple, "Examples demonstrating the development of symphony orchestra recording"; Stokowski Number: 1C, 1923-1930.

2 26

Multiple orchestras, 21 tracks (unclear which orchestras played individual works); Stokowski Number: X, circa 1927-1973.

2 10

National Philharmonic (Bartok "Concerto for Orchestra;" Brahms "Hungarian Dance;" Berlioz "Hungarian March;" Beethoven "Symphony No. 7;" and Chabrier "Espana"); Stokowski Number: 3I, undated.

4 4

National Philharmonic (Saint-Saens "Danse Macabre"); Stokowski Number: 3J, undated.

4 5

National Philharmonic (Waugh Williams "Fantasia on Thomas Tallis theme;" Dvorak "Serenade in E;" Lillipops Sousa "Stars and Stripes;" Mussorgsky "Entrance from Khovanshchina;" Johann Strauss "Tales from Vienna Woods;" Ippolitov-Ivanov "Procession of Sardar;" Haydn "Andante Canatabile;" and Tchaikovsky "Solitude"); Stokowski Number: 3Q.

4 12

National Philharmonic ("Tragic Overture"); Stokowski Number: 3R, undated.

4 13

National Philharmonic (Brahms "Symphony No. 2"); Stokowski Number: 3W, undated.

4 18

National Philharmonic (Sousa "Stars and Stripes;" Mussorgsky extracts from "Khovanshchina;" and Ippolitov-Ivanov "March of the Sardar"); Stokowski Number: 4A, undated.

4 22

National Philharmonic (Chopin "Mazurka in B flat;" Albeniz "Fete Dieu a Seville;" Shostakovich "Prelude in E;" and Rimsky Korsakov "Ivan the Terrible"); Stokowski Number: 4H, undated.

4 29

National Philharmonic Orchestra (Debussy "Claire de Lune;" Chopin "Prelude in D minor;" and Rimsky Korsakov "Ivan the Terrible," prelude); Stokowski Number: 4K, undated.

4 32

National Symphony Orchestra, Walter Hendl, conductor (Aurelio De La Vega "Cantata for Two Sopranos, Alto, and Chamber Orchestra," on poems by Roberto Fernandez Retamar, with Karen Roe Wade, soprano, Nancy Williams, mezzo-soprano, June Genovese, alto); Stokowski Number: T-15, 1958.

5 22

National Symphony Orchestra, Howard Mitchell, conductor (Aurelio De La Vega "Symphony in Four Parts"); Stokowski Number: T-15, 1961.

5 22

NBC Symphony, Electrics (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 4;" Bach "Arioso from Cantata No. 156;" and Prokofiev "The Love for Three Oranges"); Stokowski Number: 15, 1941 November 27.

1 15

NBC Symphony, Electrics (Rimsky Korsakov "Russian Easter Overture" and Tchaikovsky "Humoresque"); Stokowski Number: 15, 1942 April 23.

1 15

NBC Symphony, Electrics (Stravinsky "Firebird Suite"); Stokowski Number: 16, 1942 April 27.

1 16

NBC Symphony Orchestra (Shostakovich "Symphony No. 7"); Stokowski Number: 2L, 1942 December 13.

3 17

NBC Symphony Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "The Tempest" and Prokofiev "Alexander Nevsky") American Broadcast premiere; Stokowski Number: N, 1943 March 7.

1 32

NBC Symphony Orchestra (Vaughan Williams "Symphony No. 4;" Gould "Fight Marches of Our Allies;" and Debussy "Prelude to a Faun"); Stokowski Number: 1N, 1943 March 14.

3 3

NBC Symphony Orchestra (Debussy "Engulfed Cathedral;" Butterworth "Shropshire Lad;" and Antheil "Symphony No. 4" world premiere; Stokowski Number: 1N, 1944 February 9.

3 3

NBC Symphony Orchestra (Johann Strauss, Jr. "Die Fledermaus;" Richard Strauss "Der Rosenkavalier;" Mozart "Marriage of Figaro;" Rachmaninoff "Paganini Rhapsody;" Mendellsohn "Midsummer Night's Dream;" and Debussy "Petite Suite") with Reiner; Stokowski Number: 2B, 1950-1952.

3 12

NBC Symphony (Prokofiev "Romeo and Juliet"); Stokowski Number: F, 1954 October 5-7.

1 25

NBC Symphony Orchestra (Ravel "Le Tombeau de Couperin;" Bach "Orchestral Suite, Nos. 1-4;" and Gluck "Orfeo, Dance of the Blessed Spirits" with Reiner; Stokowski Number: 2A, 1952-1953.

3 11

NBC Symphony Orchestra (Beethoven "Symphony No. 7" and Wagner "Tristan and Isolde"; Stokowski Number: IG, undated.

2 30

NBC Symphony Orchestra (Prokofiev "Romeo and Juliet" and Menotti "Sebastian"); Stokowski Number: 3X, undated.

4 19

NBC Symphony (Smetana "Bartered Bride" overture and "The Moldau," and Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsody Nos. 1 and 2"); Stokowski Number: 4H, undated.

4 29

NBC Symphony (Saint-Saens "Samson and Delilah" with Rise Stevens, Jan Peerce, Robert Merrill and the Robert Shaw Chorale); Stokowski Number: 4D, undated.

4 25

NBCSO (Holst "The Planets"); Stokowski Number: 3E, 1943 February 14.

3 32

New London Symphony Orchestra (Bach "Shepherd May Safely Graze" and Tchaikovsky "Pater Noster"); Stokowski Number: 4G, undated.

4 28

New Philharmonic Orchestra (Carl Nielson Symphony No. 6"; Stokowski Number: FF, 1966.

2 13

New Philharmonic Orchestra at Royal Albert Hall, London (Klemperer "Merry Waltz;" Vaughan Williams "Tallis Fantasia;" Ravel "Rapsodie Espagnol;" and Brahms "Symphony No. 4), includes introduction by the programme's producer Anthony Friese-Greene; Stokowski's last public concert; Stokowski Number: Y, 1974 May 14.

2 11

New Philharmonia Orchestra (Dvorak "New World"); Stokowski Number: 3J, undated.

4 5

New Philharmonia Orchestra (Brahms Academic Festival "Overture"; Stokowski Number: 3R, undated.

4 13

New Philharmonia Orchestra (Brahms "Symphony No. 4"); Stokowski Number: 3W, undated.

4 18

New Philharmonia Orchestra (Vivaldi "The Four Seasons", Opus 8, Nos. 1-4; Stokowski Number: U-22, undated.

7 17

New York City Opera (Dallapiccola "Il prigioniero" in English with Anne McKnight, Norman Treigle, Richard Cassilly, John Macurdy, and Maurice Stern); Stokowski Number: Z, 1960.

2 12

New York City Symphony, Electrics (Strauss "Death and Transfiguration"); Stokowski Number: 16, 1944 December 10.

1 16

New York City Symphony, Electrics (Beethoven "Symphony No. 6"); Stokowski Number: 16, 1945 February 20.

1 16

New York City Symphony, Electrics (Bizet "Carmen Suite"); Stokowski Number: 16, 1945 February 28.

1 16

New York Philharmonic, Electrics (Eichheim "Etenraku/Bali Variations"); Stokowski Number: 17, 1934 November 12.

1 17

New York Philharmonic, Electrics (Handel "Messiah Pastoral Symphony"); Stokowski Number: 17, 1947 March 27.

1 17

New York Philharmonic, Electrics (Ippolitov-Ivanov "In the Village;" Khachaturian "The Masquerade Suite;" and Tchaikovsky "Francesca da Rimini"); Stokowski Number: 17, 1947 November 3.

1 17

New York Philharmonic, Electrics (Copeland "Prairie Night" and "Celebration" from Billy the Kid; and Sibelius "Maiden with the Roses"); Stokowski Number: 17, 1947 November 17.

1 17

New York Philharmonic, Electrics (Vaughan Williams "Symphony No. 6" and "Greensleeves"); Stokowski Number: 17, 1949 February 21.

1 17

New York Philharmonic, Electrics (Tchaikovsky "Waltz from Serenade for Strings"); Stokowski Number: 17, 1949 November 28.

1 17

New York Philharmonic Orchestra (Thomson "Mother of Us All Suite;" Brahms "Symphony No. 2;" and Chabrier "Marche Joyeuse"); Stokowski Number: N, 1950 April 2, undated.

1 32

New York Philharmonic (Rimsky Korsakov "Russian Easter Overture;" Shostakovich "Symphony No. 6;" Thomson "Don Juan" with Richard Kness; and Wagner "Parsifal" synthesis); Stokowski Number: 2R, 1967.

3 21

New York Philharmonic (Lalo "Sinfonia Espagnol" movements 1, 2, and 4 with Jacques Thibaud); Stokowski Number: 4N, undated.

5 3

Oklahoma City Orchestra, Guy Fraser Harrison, conductor (Charles Queener "Suite for Orchestra"); Stokowski Number: T-42, undated.

6 15

Orchestra de la Suisse Romande at Montreux (Beethoven "Egmont Overture;" Schumann "Symphony No. 4;" Tchaikovsky "Romeo and Juliette;" and Mussorgsky "Boris Symphonic Synthesis"); Stokowski Number: 1M, 1968.

3 2

Orchestre Symphonique de Quebec, first performance conducted by Fr. Bernier (Roger Matton "Mouvement Symphonique No. 1"); Stokowski Number: T-36, 1960.

6 9

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Saint-Saens "Danse Macabre" and Borodin "Polevetzki Dance"), first electrical recording of a symphony orchestra; Stokowski Number: 1, 1925 April 29.

1 1

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Ippolitov Ivanov "In the Village;" Dvorak "New World;" and Tchaikovsky "Marche Slav"); Stokowski Number: 1, 1925 May 15.

1 1

Philadelphia Orchestra (Dvorak "Symphony No. 9" and Rimsky-Korsakov "Scheherazade"); Stokowski Number: 1D, 1925, 1927.

2 27

Philadelphia Orchestra, "Outlines of Themes," piano and spoken word by Stokowski (Dvorak "New World Symphony;" Brahms "Symphony No. 1;" Franck "Symphony;" Schoenberg"Gurre-Lieder;" Beethoven "Pastoral Symphony;" Shostakovich "Symphony No. 5;" Vaughan Williams "Greensleeves;" Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 5;" and Mussorgsky "Khovanshchina"); Stokowski Number: U-34, circa 1925-1932.

7 29

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Strauss "Blue Danube"); Stokowski Number: 1, 1926 June 10.

1 1

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Tchaikovsky "Nutcracker Suite" and Liszt "Hungarian Dance No. 2"; Stokowski Number: 1, 1926 November 18.

1 1

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Wagner "Rienzi Overture" and "Gotterdammerungg finale"; Stokowski Number: 1, 1927 January 27.

1 1

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Liszt "Hungarian Dance No. 2" and Debussy "Afternoon of a Faun"); Stokowski Number: 1, 1927 March 10.

1 1

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Schubert "Moment Musical;" Bach "Toccata and Fugue;" and Beethoven "Symphony No. 7"); Stokowski Number: 1, 1927 April 6.

1 1

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Schubert "Symphony No. 8;" Brahms "Symphony No. 1" with talk; and Bizet's Carmen "Intermezzo Act III" and "Dragons"); Stokowski Number: 2, 1927 April 28-30.

1 2

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Glazunov "Danse Orientale;" Weber "Invitation to Dance;" Bizet's Carmen "Gypsy Dance," "March of the Smugglers," and "Changing the Guard"; Stokowski Number: 2, 1927 May 2.

1 2

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Bizet's Carmen "Prelude to Act I" and "Entr'acte Act IV"; Stokowski Number: 2, 1927 May 10.

1 2

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Franck "Symphony in D"); Stokowski Number: 2, 1927 October 6.

1 2

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Debussy "Fetes;" Rimsky Korsakov "Scheherazade;" and Schubert "Rosamunde Ballet"); Stokowski Number: 2, 1927 October 11.

1 2

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Ippolitov Ivanov "March of the Chief"); Stokowski Number: 3, 1927 October 11.

1 3

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Berlioz "Rakoczy March" and Bach "Prelude in e flat minor"); Stokowski Number: 3, 1927 October 12.

1 3

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Saint-Saens "Bacchanale;" Bach "Ich ruf zu dir;" and Wagner "Prelude Act I Lohengrin"); Stokowski Number: 3, 1927 October 13.

1 3

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Brahms "Symphony No. 3;" Tchaikovsky "Romeo and Juliet" and "Symphony No. 4;" Bach "Brandenburg Concerto No. 2;" Albeniz "Iberia ete diew a Seville"); Stokowski Number: 3, 1928 September 25-29.

1 3

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Falla "Spanish Dance" and Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 4" and "Song without Word"); Stokowski Number: 3, 1928 December 8.

1 3

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Rimsky Korsakov "Russian Easter Overture" and Tchaikovsky "Italian Caprice"); Stokowski Number: 3, 1929 January 26-28.

1 3

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Rachmaninoff "Concerto No. 2," parts 1 and 2, only; Stokowski Number: 3, 1929 April 10.

1 3

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Rachmaninoff "Concerto No. 2," parts 3-10; Stokowski Number: 4, 1929 April 10.

1 4

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Brahms "Symphony No. 2" and Bach "Shepherd's Christmas Music"); Stokowski Number: 4, 1929 April 30.

1 4

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Bach "Shepherd's Christmas Music," "Passacaglia and Fugue," and "Wir glauben;" Eicchiem "Japanese Nocturne;" and Strauss "Salome's Dance"); Stokowski Number: 4, 1929 May 1.

1 4

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Bach "Prelude in B Minor;" Debussy "Nuages;" Sibelius "Swan of Tuonela;" Bizet "L'Arlesienne Suite;" Haydn "18th Century Dance" (two versions); and Boccherini "Minuet"); Stokowski Number: 4, 1929 May 2-4.

1 4

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Stravinsky "Le Sacre du Printemps"); Stokowski Number: 4, 1929 September 24-25.

1 4

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Saint-Saens "Carnival of Animals" and Sousa "Stars and Stripes"); Stokowski Number: 5, 1929 September 26-27.

1 5

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Wagner "Tannhauser Overture" and "Venusberg Paris" version; Sousa "El Capitan;" Handel "Pastoral Symphony;" and Bach "Chorale Aus der Tiefen rufe ich"); Stokowski Number: 5, 1930 March 14-15.

1 5

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Sibelius "Finlandia;" Tchaikovsky "1812 Overture;" Debussy "La cathedrale engloutie;" and Lully "Alceste Prelude" and "Le Triomphe de l'Amour"; Stokowski Number: 5, 1930 April 28-30.

1 5

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Bach "Little Fugue" and Wagner "Mastersinger Prelude, Act III"); Stokowski Number: 5, 1931 March 17.

1 5

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Debussy "Dances Sacree" and Bach "Christ Lay in Bonds of Death"); Stokowski Number: 5, 1931 April 4.

1 5

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Scriabin "Poem of Ecstasy" and "Prometheus Poem of Fire"); Stokowski Number: 5, 1932 March 19.

1 5

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Wagner "Tristan Love Music"); Stokowski Number: 5, 1932 April 16.

1 5

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Wagner "Tristan Love Music"); Stokowski Number: 6, 1932 April 16.

1 6

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Sibelius "Symphony No. 4"); Stokowski Number: 6, 1932 April 23.

1 6

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Wagner "Das Rheingold" and Brahms "Symphony No. 4"); Stokowski Number: 6, 1933 March 4.

1 6

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Wagner "Rhine Journey," "Funeral Music," "Immolation scene," and final scene with Agnes Davis, soprano); Stokowski Number: 6, 1933 April 29.

1 6

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Bach "Ein Feste Burg," "Adagio in C," "Organ Toccata," "Sicialliano," and "Kom susser Tod"); Stokowski Number: 6, 1933 October 23.

1 6

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Shostakovich "Symphony No. 1"); Stokowski Number: 6, 1933 November 18.

1 6

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Shostakovich "Symphony No. 1"); Stokowski Number: 7, 1933 November 18.

1 7

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Brahms "Hungarian Dance No. 1;" Gliere "Red Poppy Dance;" Liadov "Russian Folk Dances;" and Ravel "Rapsodie Espagnol"); Stokowski Number: 7, 1934 March 17.

1 7

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Strauss "Death and Transformation;" Bach "Fugue in C Minor," "Nun Komm der Heiden Heiland," "Sarabande, English Suite," "Fugue in G, the Great," and "Two Liturgical Melodies;" and Wagner "Parsifal" excerpts); Stokowski Number: 7, 1934 April 7.

1 7

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Beethoven "Symphony No. 9" with Agnes Davis, Ruth Cathcart, Robert Betts, Eugene Loewenthal, and Chorus in English; Wagner "Walkure" excerpts with Lawrence Tibbett as Wotan in Farewell; and Handel "Water Music"); Stokowski Number: 7, 1934 April 30.

1 7

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Handel "Water Music"); Stokowski Number: 8, 1934 April 30.

1 8

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Bach "Chaconne"); Stokowski Number: 9, 1934 April 30.

1 9

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Rimsky Korsakov "Scheherazade"); Stokowski Number: 8, 1934 October 8.

1 8

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Reed "Russian Christmas Music;" Frescobaldi "Gagliarda;" Dvorak "New World Symphony;" Brahms "Serenade Minuet;" and Bach "Es ist vollbracht"); Stokowski Number: 8, 1934 October 22.

1 8

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 5;" Palestrina "Adoramus Te;" and Vivaldi "Concerto Grosso No. 11"); Stokowski Number: 8, 1934 November 12.

1 8

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Bach "Toccata and Fugue"); Stokowski Number: 8, 1934 November 26.

1 8

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Bach "Toccata and Fugue;" Tchaikovsky "Nutcracker Suite;" and Stravinsky "Pastorale"); Stokowski Number: 9, 1934 November 26.

1 9

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Rachmaninoff "Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini"); Stokowski Number: 9, 1934 December 24.

1 9

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (McDonald "Festival of Workers" rhumba and Stravinsky "Fire Bird Suite"); Stokowski Number: 9, 1935 November 25.

1 9

Philadelphia Orchestra at Academy of Music, The Magic Key (Wagner "Prelude to Act II of Lohengrin" and "Tristan and Isolde;" Bizet "Aragonaise;" Debussy "Fetes;" McDonald "Symphony No. 2/Rhumba;" Sibelius "Swan of Tuonela"); Stokowski Number: W, 1935 December 8.

2 9

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Shostakovich "Prelude No. 14" and Franck "Symphony in D"); Stokowski Number: 9, 1935 December 30.

1 9

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Bach "Air on G String;" Franck "Panis Angelicus;" Brahms "Symphony No. 1;" and Saint-Saens "Dance Macabre"); Stokowski Number: 9, 1936 January 15.

1 9

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Sibelius "Valse Triste" and Wagner "Tannhauser Prelude to Act III" and "Meistersinger Overture"); Stokowski Number: 10, 1936 January 15.

1 10

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2;" Mussorgsky "Boris Godounov;" and Bach "Passacaglia," "Sarabande," "My Soul is Athirst," and "Mein Jesu"); Stokowski Number: 10, 1936 November 16.

1 10

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Wagner "Parsifal" excerpts and "Siegfried" excerpts); Stokowski Number: 10, 1936 November 28.

1 10

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Debussy "Claire de lune;" Bach "Jesus Christus," Gottes Sohn," and "Christ lag in Todes Banden;" and Borodin "Prince Igor Dances") ; Stokowski Number: 10, 1937 April 5.

1 10

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Byrd "Pavane"); Stokowski Number: 10, 1937 April 15.

1 10

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Franck "Andante" from Grande Piece Symphonique; Tchaikovsky "Solitude;" and Wagner "Tristan and Isolde"; Stokowski Number: 10, 1937 April 19.

1 10

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (McDonald "Concerto No. 2" with Jeanne Behrend and Alexander Kelberine, pianists and Stravinsky "Petrushka"); Stokowski Number: 11, 1937 April 19.

1 11

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Brahms "Minuet;" Chopin " Mazurka;" Sibelius "Berceuse;" Dukas "Sorcerer's Apprentice;" and Debussy "Nuages"); Stokowski Number: 11, 1937 November 7.

1 11

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Satie "2 Synomphonies;" Debussy "Sirenes" and "Fetes;" and Wagner "Tannhauser Overture" and "Venusberg Music" with chorus); Stokowski Number: 11, 1937 December 12.

1 11

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Strauss "Blue Danube" and "Tales from the Vienna Wood"); Stokowski Number: 11, 1939 April 9.

1 11

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Wagner "Magic Fire Music;" Debussy "Sirenes;" and Bloch "Schelomo Emanuel Feuermann"); Stokowski Number: 12, 1939 April 9.

1 12

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Shostakovich "Symphony No. 5" and Wagner "Lohnegrin" Act III); Stokowski Number: 12, 1939 April 20.

1 12

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Mussorgsky "Pictures at an Exhibition;" Tchaikovsky "Solitude;" Rimsky Korsakov "Ivan the Terrible" prelude; Saint-Saens "Carnival" with Jean Behrent and Sylvan Levin; and Bach "Sonata in E flat major for pedal clavier" first movement); Stokowski Number: 11, 1939 November 27.

1 11

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (McDonald "Arkansas Traveler;" Gliere "Ilya Muromets;" and Wagner "Lohnegrin" Act III); Stokowski Number: 12, 1940 March 27.

1 12

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Mussorgsky "Night on Brave Mountain;" Novacek "Perpetual Motion;" Debussy "Afternoon of a Faun;" and Bach "Es ist vollbracht"); Stokowski Number: 12, 1940 December 8.

1 12

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Shostakovich "Symphony No. 6"); Stokowski Number: 13, 1940 December 8.

1 13

Philadelphia Orchestra, Electrics (Wagner "Dreams," "Affliction," and "In the Greenhouse" with Helen Traubel and Mozart "Sinfonia Concertante"); Stokowski Number: 13, 1940 December 22.

1 13

Philadelphia Orchestra (Richard Strauss "Ein Heldenleben") with Reiner; Stokowski Number: 2C, 1947 April 1.

3 13

Philadelphia Orchestra (Mozart "Le Nozze di Figaro" overture; de Falla "El Amor Brujo" with Shirley Verrett Carter; Respighi "Pines of Rome;" and Shostakovich "Symphony No. 5"); Stokowski Number: KK, 1960 February 12.

2 16

Philadelphia Orchestra (Bach "3 Choral Preludes;" Brahms "Symphony No. 1;" Wagner "Tristan Love Music;" and Debussy "Afternoon of a Faun"); Stokowski Number: HH, 1960 February 23.

2 14

Philadelphia Orchestra (Schoenberg "Gurre-Lieder" with Marguerita Zambrana, Nell Rankin, and Rudolf Patrack); Stokowski Number: T, 1960 March 10.

2 6

Philadelphia Orchestra, Reunion Concert (Bach "Ich ruf zu Herr Jesus," "Nun Komm der Heiden Heiland," and "Wir glauben all est an einen Gott"); Stokowski Number: 4M, 1960.

5 2

Philadelphia Orchestra (Wagner, Mozart, Borodin, Gounod, Haydn, Puccini, and Verdi) with George London and Birgit Nilsson; Stokowski Number: 2T, 1962 January 20.

3 23

Philadelphia Orchestra (Gabrieli "Sonata piano forte;" Bach "Three Choral Preludes;" Frescobaldi "Gagliarda;" Chopin "Mazurka in A;" Tchaikovsky "Romeo and Juliet;" Eichheim "Japanese Nocturne;" and Rimsky Korsakov "Scheherazade"); Stokowski Number: R, 1962 February 6.

2 4

Philadelphia Orchestra (Weber "Passacaglia op. 1;" Sibelius "Symphony No. 4;" Debussy "Night in Granada;" and Mussorgsky "Pictures at an Exhibition"); Stokowski Number: E, 1962 March 16.

1 24

Philadelphia Orchestra (Wagner "Lohengrin" prelude to Act III; Beethoven "Symphony No. 5 in C minor;" Ravel "Alborada del Gracioso;" [Reveltous] "Sesamanya;" and Stravinsky "Petrushka" with encores including Purcell "Trumpet Prelude," Gould "Latin American Symphonette," Rachmaninoff "Prelude in C sharp minor," and Haydn "Farewell Symphony/Finale") ; Stokowski Number: Q, 1962 December 16.

2 3

Philadelphia Orchestra (Verdi "Force of Destiny" overture; Giordano "Un di, all'azzurro spazio;" Rachmaninoff " Paganini Rhapsody;" Puccini "Recondita Armonia;" Strauss "Dance of the Seven Veils;" Donizetti "Mad Scene from "Lucia di Lammermoor;" and Enesco "Rumanian Rhapsody No. 1"); Stokowski Number: 1Z, 1963 January 26.

3 10

Philadelphia Orchestra (Beethoven "Leonore Overture No. 3;" Brahms "Symphony No. 1;" Ippolitov-Ivanov "Caucasian Sketches;" and Wagner "Tannhauser Overture"); Stokowski Number: M, 1963 February 8.

1 31

Philadelphia Orchestra (Smetana "Ma Vlast Sarka;" Sibelius "Symphony No. 2;" Cowell "Koto Concerto" with Eto; and Wagner "Meistersinger" excerpts); Stokowski Number: V, 1964 December 18.

2 8

Philadelphia Orchestra (Francis Thorne "Elegy for Orchestra"); Stokowski Number: T-54, 1964.

6 25

Philadelphia Orchestra (Mahler "Symphony No. 2" and Bach "Magnificat") with the Singing City Choirs and Veronica Tyler and Maria Lucia Godoy; Stokowski Number: U-66, 1967 November 3-9.

20 17

Philadelphia Orchestra (Bach "Magnificat in D" excerpts and Mahler "Symphony No. 2" with Veronica Tyler and Maria Lucia Godoy"; Stokowski Number: S, 1968.

2 5

Philadelphia Orchestra (Palestrina "Adoramus te;" Victoria "Jesu Dolcis Memoria;" Bach "Chaconne;" Wagner "Tristan and Isolde;" Mussorgsky "Boris Godunov Synthesis;" Stravinsky "Petrushka Suite;" and Haydn "Andante Cantabile"); Stokowski Number: U, 1969.

2 7

Philadelphia Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Song without Words;" Brahms "Hungarian Dance No. 1;" Chopin "Prelude in E, opus 28, no. 4;" and Bizet "Carmen Danza"); Stokowski Number: E, 1976.

1 24

Philadelphia Orchestra, Pension Fund Notes, assisting artists, critics, members of, and directors; Stokowski Number: U-43, 1982 January 23.

8 6

Philadelphia Orchestra ( Falla "El Amor Brujo" with Shirley Verret); Stokowski Number: 3K, undated.

4 6

Philadelphia Orchestra (Wagner "Tristan und Isolde 'Love Music'"); Stokowski Number: 3L, undated.

4 7

Philadelphia Orchestra (Sibelius "Finlandia"); Stokowski Number: 3X, undated.

4 19

Philadelphia Orchestra (Schoenberg "Gurre-Lieder" conclusion; Rachmaninoff "Concerto No. 2;" Brahms "Symphony No. 1;" and Grainger selections: "Handel in the Strand," "Irish Tune," and "Country Gardens"); Stokowski Number: 4B, undated.

4 23

Philadelphia Orchestra (Dvorak "New World;" Tchaikovsky "Caprice Italian;" Scriabin "Prometheus Poem of Fire;" Bach "Aria" and "Preludio;" Haydn "Andante Cantabile;" and Boccherini "Minuet"); Stokowski Number: 4E, undated.

4 26

Philadelphia Orchestra (Schoenberg "Gurre-Lieder"); Stokowski Number: 4Q, undated.

5 6

Phildelphia Orchestra (Bach "Wir glauben" and "Brandenburg No. 5"); Stokowski Number: 4R, undated.

5 7

Philadelphia Orchestra (Bach "Magnificat" and Mahler "Symphony No. 2"); Stokowski Number: U-35, undated.

7 30

Philadelphia Orchestra (Two Ancient Liturgical Melodies) from 10" Victor; Stokowski Number: U-51, undated.

20 1

Philharmonic Orchestra of London (Rimsky Korsakov "Scheherazade"); Stokowski Number: K, undated.

1 29

Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York (de Falla "Nights in the Garden of Spain" with William Kapell, pianist); Stokowski Number: Z, 1949 November 13.

2 12

Pittsburgh Symphony under the direction of William Steinberg (Roger Goeb "Symphony No. 4"); Stokowski Number: T-26, 1956 February 24.

5 32

Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Poland (Felix Labunski "Canto di Aspirazione" and "Andante Tranquillo" from Symphony B Major); Stokowski Number: T-34, 1962.

6 7

RCA Victor Symphony (Elgar "Enigma finale;" Handel "Royal Fireworks Music," "Overture," "Bourree La Paix; La Rejouissance," "Minuet 1 and 2;" Handel "Water Music Minuet," "Andante," "Allegro," "Adagio," "Bourree," "Hornpipe," "Air," "Alla Hornpipe;" Mussorgsky "Pictures at an Exhibition;" Debussy, "Engulfed Cathedral;" and Byrd "2 Pavanes"); Stokowski Number: 3O, undated.

4 10

Recollections of Fritz Reiner; Stokowski Number: MM, undated.

2 18

Rouen Chamber Orchestra (Bach "Prelude in B minor," "Little Fugue," "Aria," Prelude in E," and Siciliano"), Stokowski's last public performance in Vence, France; Stokowski Number: 1E, 1975 July 21.

2 28

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London, Alberto Bolet, conductor (Aurelio De La Vega "Elegy" for string orchestra); Stokowski Number: T-15, 1954.

5 22

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus at Albert Hall (Russian Program including Mussorgsky "Night on Bare Mountain;" Glinka "Kamarinskaya;" Shostakovich "Prelude in E flat minor;" Tchaikovsky "1812 Overture;" Scriabin "Poem of Ecstasy;" Liadov "Russian Folk Songs;" Borodin "Polovtsian Dances"); Stokowski Number: QQ, 1969 June 15.

2 22

Royal Philharmonic (Shostakovich "Prelude in E, extract from Lady McBeth of Mtsensk"); Stokowski Number: 3N, undated.

4 9

Royal Philharmonic (Rimsky Korsakov "Scheherazade" with Eric Gruenberg playing violin; and Tchaikovsky "1812 Overture"); Stokowski Number: 3S, undated.

4 14

Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchesters(Bach "Passacaglia and Fugue"), production for television; Stokowski Number: U-50, 1969.

8 13

Stadium Symphony Orchestra (Villa-Lobos "Uirapuru" and "Modinha from Bachianas Brasileiras No. 1"); Stokowski Number: 3R, undated.

4 13

Stadium Symphony Orchestra (Panufnik "Universal Prayer" and Prokofiev "Peter and the Wolf"); Stokowski Number: 4L, undated.

5 1

Stadium Symphony Orchestra (Prokofiev "Peter and the Wolf;" Vaughan Williams "Wasps Overture;" Debussy "Children's Corner Suite;" Bach "Aria;" Gluck "Reigen seliger Geister;" Purcell "Hornpipe;" Boccherini "Minuet;" Turina "La Oracion del torero;" Tchaikovsky "Andante Cantabile;" and Berger "Rondino Giocoso"); Stokowski Number: 4M, undated.

5 2

Stadium Symphony Orchestra (Prokofiev "Ugly Duckling" and "Cinderella"); Stokowski Number: 4O, undated.

5 4

Stadium Symphony Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 6" concluded and "Francesca da Rimini"); Stokowski Number: 4S, undated.

5 8

Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York (Shostakovich "Symphony No. 5 in D Major," Opus 47); Stokowski Number: U-23, undated.

7 18

Symphony of the Air (Beethoven "Symphony No. 7"); Stokowski Number: U-25, 1959.

7 20

Symphony of the Air (Tchaikovsky "Eugene Onegin Polonaise"); Stokowski Number: 1E, 1969 October 28.

2 28

Symphony of the Air (Mozart "Symphony No. 40" and Wagner "Lohengrin"); Stokowski Number: 1F, undated.

2 29

Symphony of the Air (Bloch "Schelomo"); Stokowski Number: 3H, undated.

4 3

Symphony of the Air (Thomson "The Plow that Broke the Plains"); Stokowski Number: 4J, undated.

4 31

Symphony of the Air (Kurt Leimer "Piano Concerto No. 4" with Leimer as pianist); Stokowski Number: 4K, undated.

4 32

Symphony of the Air (Virgil Thomson "The Plow that Broke the Plains" suite from The River); Stokowski Number: U-24, undated.

7 19

Symphony of the Air (Khachaturian "Symphony No. 2"); Stokowski Number: U-30, undated.

7 25

Talk about Gurre-Lieder; Stokowski Number: 5, 1932 April 11.

1 5

Tulsa Philharmonic Orchestra (Dai-Kong Lee "Canticle of the Pacific"); Stokowski Number: T-13, undated.

5 20

United States Air Force Band, Arnald D. Gabriel, conductor (Serge de Gastyne "Symphony No. 6, Opus 72"); Stokowski Number: U-73, undated.

20 24

University of Illinois Percussion Ensemble, Jack McKenzie, conductor (Phillip Lambro "Dance Barbero for Percussion"); Stokowski Number: T-56, undated.

6 27

Unknown (Prokofiev "Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Major" from 1917 to 1921 and with William Kapell from March 5, 1949; Poulenc "Concert Champetre" with Wanda Landowska, harpsichord from 1927 to 1928; Brahms "Academic Festival Overture;" Haydn "Variations on a Theme;" and "Tragic Overture"); Stokowski Number: PP, circa 1917-1949.

2 21

Unknown (Bloch "Schelomo" and Shostakovich "Timpani Passage"); Stokowski Number: T-5, circa 1938.

5 13

Unknown (Vaughan Williams "Symphony 4;" Gould "Two fighting marches of our Allies;" and Debussy "Prelude to Faun"); Stokowski Number: 3E, 1943 March 14.

3 32

Unknown (Honegger "Piano Concertino" (with Reiner); Stokowski Number: 2C, 1949 July 6.

3 13

Unknown (Stokowski concert); Stokowski Number: U-53-U-56, 1955 December 18.

20 3-7

Unknown at National Gallery of Art (Norman Dello Joio "Sonata No. 3" with Selma Epstein, pianist); Stokowski Number: T-16, 1960 August 22.

5 23

Unknown at Winnetka, Illinois (Bloch "Suite Hebraique" with Irving Ilmer, viola and William Dresden, piano); Stokowski Number: T-4, 1962 May.

5 12

Unknown (Glickman "Concerto Grosso"); Stokowski Number: T-24-25, 1963 April 17.

5 30-31

Unknown, possibly "Mrs. Johnson, Leopold Stokowski, and Board of Directors"; Stokowski Number: U-69, circa 1963.

20 20

Unknown ("Millennium Concert" Chopin "Concerto No. 2 in F minor" with Sylvia Zaremba, pianist); Stokowski Number: U-67, [1966 December 8].

20 18

Unknown ("Millennium Concert" "Stabat Mater" with Schola Cantorum; Stokowski Number: U-68, [1966 December 8].

20 19

Unknown (Josep Soler "Sinfonia"); Stokowski Number: T-51, 1966.

6 22

Unknown (Borodin "Polovtsian Dances"); Stokowski Number: U-5, 1969 December 15.

6 32

Unknown (Wagner "Rienzi Overture," Magic Fire Music," "Tristan and Isolde" prelude and Liebestod, "Meistersinger" 3 excerpts; and Bloch "Schelomo"); Stokowski Number: U-6, 1969 December 15.

7 1

Unknown (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 6" and Stokowski announcements); Stokowski Number: U-7, 1969 December 15.

7 2

Unknown (Rimsky Korsakov [illegible title]); Stokowski Number: U-8, 1969 December 15.

7 3

Unknown (Scriabin "Etude" and Haydn "Symphony No. 60"); Stokowski Number: U-32, 1970 January 19.

7 27

Unknown (Berlioz "Symphonie Fantastique"); Stokowski Number: U-32, 1970 April 26.

7 27

Unknown (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 4") by Vanguard Records, sent for approval for pressing permission; Stokowski Number: U-52, 1971 June 3.

20 2

Unknown, no label; Stokowski Number: U-9-12, 1971 November 2.

7 4-7

Unknown (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 6"); Stokowski Number: U-8, 1974 May 24.

7 3

Unknown (Bartok "Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion" with Gerson Yessin and Raymond Viola, pianists, and Elaine Joyce and Alfred Howard, percussion; and Weber "Symphony of Poems of William Blake, op. 35"); Stokowski Number: K, undated.

1 29

Unknown (Beethoven selections; Stokowski Number: 1B, 1974-1977.

2 25

Unknown (Bach Program: "Sarabande from violin partita #1;" "Ein Feste Burg;" "Shepherd's song--Christmas Cant;" "Little Fugue in G;" "Passacaglia and Fugue in C;" "Komm Susser Tod;" and "Bourree from English Suite"); Stokowski Number: 3H, undated.

4 3

Unknown (Ben-Haim "Israel Suite for Orchestra;" "Prologue;" "Song of Songs;" "Yemenite Melody;" "Siesta;" and "Celebration"); Stokowski Number: 3H, undated.

4 3

Unknown (Beethoven "Leonore No. 3;" Rossini "William Tell;" Mozart "Don Giovanni;" Berlioz "Roman Carnival;" and Schubert "Rosamunde"); Stokowski Number: 3L, undated.

4 7

Unknown (Shostakovich "Symphony No. 6"); Stokowski Number: 3R, undated.

4 13

Unknown (Schoenberg "Transfigured Night"); Stokowski Number: 3X, undated.

4 19

Unknown (Debussy "Children's Corner Suite;" Bach "Little Fugue;" Gluck "Dance of the Blessed Spirits;" Grieg "Piano Concerto" with Percy Grainger, soloist; and Prokofiev "Romeo and Juliet"); Stokowski Number: 4T, undated.

5 9

Unknown (Robert Starer "Piano Concerto" with Bar-Illian, pianist); Stokowski Number: T-2, undated.

5 11

Unknown (Weber "Allegro," "Adagio," and "Rondo;" Bozza "Recit" and "Rondo;" Nussio "Arietta, etc.;" and Tansman "Allegro" and "Andante"), with Noel Devos, bassoon; Stokowski Number: T-6, undated.

5 14

Unknown (Henry Brant "On the Nature of Things," possibly at Bennington College); Stokowski Number: T-8, undated.

5 15

Unknown (Sigurd Frederiksen "Symphony" and "Leif Ericson"); Stokowski Number: T-9, undated.

5 16

Unknown (Cavnor "Indian Maid"); Stokowski Number: T-10, undated.

5 17

Unknown (Cavnor "Cowboy's Last Roundup"); Stokowski Number: T-11, undated.

5 18

Unknown (John J. Davis); Stokowski Number: T-14, undated.

5 21

Unknown, Japanese music, Voice of Yamato; Stokowski Number: T-17, undated.

5 24

Unknown, Harold Farberman, conductor ([Casella] "Symphony No. 1 for Percussion and Strings"); Stokowski Number: T-19, undated.

5 26

Unknown, Demonstration tape of Ondes Martenot with Sylvette Allart, soloist and piano accompaniment (Marin Marais "Air Tendre;" G.L. Guinot "Singes par Cinq" and "Berceuse de petit Faon;" G. Faure "Apres un Reve;" and G. Jouannest "Sur les ondes"); Stokowski Number: T-20, undated.

5 27

Unknown ("Preludio" David Fetler [unclear of David Fetler's role]); Stokowski Number: 0, undated.

5 28

Unknown (Hummel "Piano Concerto" with Gladys Stein, pianist) recorded for Stokowski; Stokowski Number: T-27, undated.

6 1

Unknown (Ulysses Kay "Serenade for Orchestra" and "New Horizons" overture); Stokowski Number: T-29, undated.

6 3

Unknown (The World of Adventure in Music "In Memoriam," part 1); Stokowski Number: T-31, undated.

6 5

Unknown ([Koncert] No. 4); Stokowski Number: T-33, undated.

6 6

Unknown (Mahler "Liebst du um Schonheit," "Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen," "Ich atmet' einen linden Duft;" and "um Mitternacht" with Natasha Rawson, soloist and Dr. E. Schoettle, piano); Stokowski Number: T-35, undated.

6 8

Unknown (Otmar Nussio "Minuet"); Stokowski Number: T-38, undated.

6 11

Unknown (Otmar Nussio "Prague Elegy"); Stokowski Number: T-39, undated.

6 12

Unknown (Robert Muczynski "Dance Movements, Opus 17"),; Stokowski Number: T-40, undated.

6 13

Unknown (Obradovic Aleksandar "Epitaph H" and "II Simfonija"); Stokowski Number: T-41, undated.

6 14

Unknown (Jean-Claude Risset "Computer Suite from Little Boy"); Stokowski Number: T-45, undated.

6 18

Unknown (Robb "Free Variations on Two Themes"); Stokowski Number: T-46, undated.

6 19

Unknown (Willis H. Schaeffer "Keepin' Company," "The New Johnson Rag;" "Seven-Four Thing," "Sheep Asleep," "Lady Madonna," "Cute Si Poo," "Love is Blue," "The Old Piano Roll Blues," "Classical Gas," and "A Razzel, Mazzel, Tazzel Tune") [RESTRICTED]; Stokowski Number: T-48, undated.

6 20

Unknown (Charles Schwartz "Motion," "Neuma," and "Comments"); Stokowski Number: T-49, undated.

6 21

Unknown (H. Somers "Lyric for Orchestra"); Stokowski Number: T-52, undated.

6 23

Unknown (Telemann "Tafelmusik" and Vivaldi "Concerto in D Minor" Opus 3, No. 11); Stokowski Number: T-53, undated.

6 24

Unknown (Stanley Weiner "Concerto No. 1 for Violin and Orchestra"); Stokowski Number: T-55, undated.

6 26

Unknown, no label; Stokowski Number: U-13-19, undated.

7 8-14

Unknown "Stokowski statement"; Stokowski Number: U-20, undated.

7 15

Unknown, Stokowski in Germany (Stravinsky "Firebird;" Ruggles "Organum;" Messiaen "Hymne;" Stravinsky "Mass"); Stokowski Number: U-36, undated.

7 31

Unknown, unlabeled; Stokowski Number: U-38, undated.

8 1

Unknown, unlabeled; Stokowski Number: U-46, undated.

8 9

Unknown, unlabeled; Stokowski Number: U-48, undated.

8 11

Unknown (unlabled); Stokowski Number: U-58, undated.

20 9

Unknown (Stravinsky ["Petrushka Suite"]); Stokowski Number: U-63, undated.

20 14

Unknown (unlabled); Stokowski Number: U-64, undated.

20 15

Unknown (Tchaikovsky "Romeo and Juliet" and Mussorgsky [illegible]); Stokowski Number: U-65, undated.

20 16

Unknown "Sound structures of Arthur Stern"; Stokowski Number: U-70, undated.

20 21

Unknown (Karel Husa "Mosaiques for Orchestra"); Stokowski Number: U-71, undated.

20 22

Unknown, National Gallery of Art, Selma Epstein, piano, part I; Stokowski Number: U-72, undated.

20 23

USSR State Radio (Prokofiev "Symphony No. 5"); Stokowski Number: K, undated.

1 29

USSR State Radio (Prokofiev "Symphony No. 5"); Stokowski Number: 4C, undated.

4 24

WFMT Chicago "Profile of Leopold Stokowski," narrated by Norman Pellegrini; Stokowski Number: NN, 1974.

2 19

WFUV-FM (Aircheck - Copland; Thruston Johnson, violin and Otto Herz, pianist); Stokowski Number: T-12, 1962 April 25.

5 19

C. 5 inch reels.

Box Item

Cimbalom Trio, illegible lists of songs; Stokowski Number: U-85, undated.

21 4

Music in Our Schools; Stokowski Number: U-87, circa 1970.

21 6

NBC Symphony (D.K. Lee "Teahouse of the August Moon"); Stokowski Number: u-76, undated.

20 27

[New York Symphony Orchestra] ("A Victory Ball" parts 3 and 4); Stokowski Number: U-80, undated.

20 31

Oberlin Wind Ensemble , Kenneth Moore, director (Chou Wen Chung "Riding the Wind"); Stokowski Number: U-88, undated.

21 7

Orchestra sinfonica de la Radio, TV Espagnola, Madrid, Enrique Garcia-Asensio, conductor (Isaac Albenia "Azulejos"); Stokowski Number: U-95, undated.

21 14

Philharmonic, interview with Stokowski on WBBF-Radio; Stokowski Number: U-94, 1965 February 10.

21 13

Probably Empty!!!!; Stokowski Number: U-98.

21 17

Tulsa Philharmonic Orchestra (Dai-Keong Lee "Canticle of the Pacific"); Stokowski Number: U-84, 1968 November 18.

21 3

Unknown (Tod Dockstader "Electronic Piece No. 8"); Stokowski Number: U-74, undated.

20 25

Unknown, unlabeled; Stokowski Number: U-75, undated.

20 26

Unknown (Johann Strauss "Eljen A. Magyar"); Stokowski Number: U-77, undated.

20 28

Unknown, unlabeled; Stokowski Number: U-78, undated.

20 29

Unknown, questions taped by Gordon Stafford; Stokowski Number: U-79, undated.

20 30

Unknown (Herold "Zampa Overture;" Glazunov "The Seasons," variations; Mussorgsky "Night on Bald Mountain;" Respighi "Pines of Rome;" Strauss "Don Juan;" Kodaly "Dances of Galanta;" Rimsky Korsakov "Capriccio Espagnol;" Debussy "Afternoon of a Faun;" Rossini "Semiramis Overture;" Wagner "Siegfried Idyll;" and Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 6"); Stokowski Number: U-81, undated.

20 32

Unknown, unlabeled; Stokowski Number: U-82, undated.

21 1

Unknown piano (Beethoven "Sonata No. 7 in D;" Liszt "La Campanella" and "Liebestraum;" and Verdi "Rigoletto"); Stokowski Number: U-83, undated.

21 2

Unknown (Feliz Labunski "Canto di Aspirazione"); Stokowski Number: U-86, undated.

21 5

Unknown, unlabeled; Stokowski Number: U-89.

21 8

Unknown (Serge Hovey "Freedom Variations"); Stokowski Number: U-90, undated.

21 9

Unknown (Wilfred Josephs "Rail"); Stokowski Number: U-91, undated.

21 10

Unknown, unlabeled; Stokowski Number: U-92-U-93, undated.

21 11-12

Unknown, unlabeled; Stokowski Number: U-96, undated.

21 15

Valldemossa Classic Orchestra "Music by Julian Elbaz" ("The Lord is my Shepherd" recorded by Mrs. D. McMullen and accompanied by Julian Elbaz, and "Black Orchids" recorded by Sigurd and Karin Rascher"); Stokowski Number: U-99, undated.

21 18

Unknown (Ingolf Dahl "Aria Sinfonica"); Stokowski Number: U-100, undated.

21 19

Unknown, brass and woodwinds, no strings (Tippett "Praeludium"); Stokowski Number: U-101, undated.

21 20

Unknown (Desmond Bradley "Caprices"); Stokowski Number: U-102, undated.

21 21

Unknown, unlabeled; Stokowski Number: U-103, undated.

21 22

WOSPR String Orchestra, Jan Krenz, conductor (K. Penderecki "Tren"); Stokowski Number: U-97, undated.

21 16

D. 3 inch reels.

Box Item

Unknown, unlabeled; Stokowski Number: U-103, undated.

21 23

Series II. Cassettes.

Box Item

All-American Youth Symphony (Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2," conclusion; Brahms "Symphony No. 4;" and Weber "Invitation to the Dance"), 1940 November 14-17.

10 27

All-American Youth Symphony (Bach "Mein Jesu"), 1941 April 1.

10 27

All-American Youth Symphony (Bach "Ein Feste Burg"), 1941 July 3-4.

10 27

All American Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Solitude;" Schumann "Träumerei;" Beethoven "Symphony No 5;" and Mussorgsky "Boris Godunov"), 1941 July 4-5.

13 17

All American Orchestra (Mendellsohn "Scherzo"), 1941 July 11.

13 17

All American Orchestra (Bach "Preludio"), 1941 July 20.

13 17

All American Orchestra (Bach "Toccata and Fugue," "Passacaglia and Fugue" parts 1-4, and "Arioso/Andante Sostenuto;" Wagner "Tristan and Isolde;" and Novacek "Perpetual Motion"), circa 1941.

13 16

American Symphony Orchestra, rehearsals at Carnegie Hall (Wagner "Wesendonck Songs," "Overture," "The Flying Dutchman," "Immolation Scene," and Gotterdammerungg"), 1971 November 13.

14 8

All-American Youth Orchestra (Stravinsky "Firebird Suite;" Shostakovich "Prelude in C;" Bach "Little Fugue;" Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2;" and Ravel "Bolero"), undated.

9 7

American Symphony Orchestra (Borodin "Dances of Polovtsian Dances" with chorus; Beethoven "Emperor Concerto;" Dukad "Farefane from La Peri;" Debussy "Festival from Nocturnes" and "Afternoon of a Faun;" and Sibelius "Swan of Tuonela"), undated.

10 5

American Symphony Orchestra (Werner Josten "Concerto Sacro Nos. 1 and 2" and "Jungle"), undated.

10 17

All-American Youth Orchestra (Prokofiev "Peter and the Wolf," concluded), undated.

10 18

All-American Youth Symphony (Dvorak "New World Symphony;" Schubert "Unfinished Symphony;" and Mussorgsky "Pictures at an Exhibition"), undated.

10 25

Bamberg Symphony, Perlea, conductor (Glinka "Valse Fantaisie"), undated.

11 24

Biedermeier Orchestra (Haydn "Cassalia," "Notturno in C," "Divertimento a sei, Der Geburtstag," and "Concerto in C major"), undated.

11 5

Biedermeier Wind Ensemble, Hugo Kaech, director (Mozart "Divertimento No. 4 in B flat major" and "Divertimento No. 6 in C major"), undated.

13 10

Boston Symphony Orchestra (Rorem "Eagles), 1964 March.

14 6

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch, conductor (Robert Schumann "Symphony No. 1 in B flat, Opus 38"), undated.

11 9

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch, conductor (Saint-Saens "Symphony No. 3 in C minor" with Benjamin Zakochian, organ), undated.

11 24

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Colin Davis, conductor (Sibelius "Symphony No. 7"), undated.

11 24

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Colin Davis, conductor (Sibelius "Symphony No. 5 in E flat"), undated.

11 31

Boston Symphony, Charles Munch, conductor (Ravel "Pavane for a Dead Princess"), undated.

12 24

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch, conductor (Beethoven "Ritterballet," "King Stephen Orchestra," and Leonore Overture Nos. 2 and 3"), undated.

13 4

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch, conductor (Beethoven "Creatures of Prometheus," "Coriolan," "Fidelio," and Leonore Overture No. 12"), undated.

13 7

Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Anshel Brusilow, conductor (Arensky "Suite No. 4"), undated.

10 34

Chamber Orchestra of Saar, Karl Ristenpart, conductor (Tomaso Albinoni "Concerto D major," "Sinfonia in B flat major," and "Sonata in G minor"), undated.

11 12

Chamber Orchestra of Saar, Karl Ristenpart, conductor (Haydn "Symphonies Nos. 6, 7, and 8," "Sinfonia concertante for violin, cello, oboe, and bass," and "Nocturne in C major"), undated.

11 21

Chamber Orchestra of Saar, Karl Ristenpart, conductor (Haydn "Concerto for Organ and Orchestra"), undated.

11 26

Chamber Orchestra of Saar, Karl Ristenpart, conductor (Mozart "Symphonie Concertante in E flat major"), undated.

12 27

Chamber Orchestra of Saar, Ristenpart, conductor (Mozart "Divertimentos No. 136, 137, and 138," "Symphony No. 24 in B flat major," and "Symphony No. 34 in C major;" Heinrich Biber "Serenade in C major;" George Moffat "Concerto Grosso No. 11 in E minor;" and Antonio Caldara "Trio sonata in B minor"), undated.

12 32

Chamber Orchestra of Saar, Karl Ristenpart, conductor (Mozart "Serenade No. 7 in D major"), undated.

13 1

Chamber Orchestra of Saar, Karl Ristenpart, conductor (Mozart "Symphonie Concertante for flute, oboe, horn, and bassoon" and "Concertoe for 2 violins", undated.

13 11

Chamber Symphony of Philadelphia, Brusilow and Jean Francois Paillard, conductors (Johann Pachelbel "Partita Vi, G major;" Ibert "Capriccio Suite Symphonique;" and "Ravel "Le tombeau de Couperin"), undated.

11 13

Chamber Symphony of Philadelphia, Brusilow, conductor (Cherubini "Symphony in D" and Haydn "Symphony No. 60 in C"), undated.

12 6

Chamber Symphony of Philadelphia, Brusilow, conductor (Ravel "Le tombeau de Couperin"), undated.

12 24

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Brahms "Variations on a Theme of Haydn" and Beethoven "Symphony No. 2"), 1962.

10 4

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Khachaturian "Symphony No. 3"), undated.

10 15

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Richard Strauss "Also Sprach Zarathustra;" Liszt "Mephisto Waltz;" and Weinberger "Polka Fugue from the opera Schwanda the Bagpiper"), undated.

11 10

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Aram Khachaturian "Bell Symphony"), undated.

11 14

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Beethoven "Symphony No. 5 in C minor" and "Coriolan Overture"), undated.

11 16

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Beethoven "Symphony No. 7 in A;" Debussy "La Mer;" Richard Strauss "Don Juan"), undated.

11 17

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Stravinsky "Divertimento from Fairy's Kiss" and Hovhaness "Mysterious Mountain"), undated.

11 18

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Bartok "Concerto for orchestra, Intermezzo;" Brahms "Concerto No. 1" Rubinstein part and "Symphony No. 3 in F, opus 90;" Tchaikovsky "Marche Slav" and "Marche Miniature Suite No. 1;" Mussorgsky "Night on Bare Mountain;" Glinka "Ruslan and Lyudmila Overture;" Borodin "Prince Igor Polovtsian March;" and Kabalevsky "Colas Breugnon Overture"), undated.

11 19

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Martin Gould, conductor (Tchaikovsky "Waltzes from Swan Lake," "Symphony No. 5," "Eugene Onegin waltz," "Sleeping Beauty Waltz,' and "Nutcracker Suite"), undated.

11 22

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Rimsky Korsakov "Scheherazade" and Mahler "Symphony No. 4," movements 1-3), undated.

12 8

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Tchaikovsky "1812 Overture" and Beethoven "Symphony No. 1"), undated.

12 11

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Richard Strauss "Ein Heldenleben" and "Aherno's Life;" and Respighi "Pines of Rome" and "Fountains of Rome"), undated.

12 12

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Strauss waltzes; Rachmaninoff "Isle of the Dead;" and Schubert "Symphony No. 5," part of first movement), undated.

12 13

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Mendellsohn "Fingal's Cave" overture; Tchaikovsky "Pathetique," movements 2 and 3; Rossini "William Tell," "La Scala di Seta," "Il Signor Bruschino," "Barber of Seville," "La gazza ladra," and "La Cenerentola;" Elgar "Pomp and Circumstance;" Strauss waltzes; and Rachmaninoff "Isle of the Dead"), undated.

12 14

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Schubert "Symphony No. 5," movements 2 and 3, partial; Wagner "Meistersinger," "Gotterdammerungg," "Siegfried's Rhine Journey," and "Funeral March;" and Ravel "Valse Nobles et sentimentales," "Alborada del gracioso," and "Pavane for a Dead Princess"), undated.

12 15

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Tchaikovsky "Nutcracker Suite;" Mozart "Symphony No. 41;" Haydn "Symphony No. 88;" and Dvorak "Carnival Overture"), undated.

12 23

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Ravel "Alborada del Gracioso"), undated.

12 24

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Jean Martinon, conductor (Ravel "Bolero"), undated.

12 24

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Jean Martinon, conductor (Ravel "Rapsodie Espagnol" and Johann Pachelbel "Canon in D major"), undated.

12 24

Collegium Musicum of Paris, Rolando Douatte, conductor (Haydn "Flute Concerto in C major" with Jean P. Rampal, flute), undated.

12 4

Collegium Musicum of Paris, Rolando Douatte, conductor (Vivaldi "Concerto for Guitar" and "Il Pastor Fido" and Tchaikovsky "Suite No. 1 in D minor, opus 43"), undated.

12 16

Columbia Symphony Orchestra (Dvorak "Symphony No. 8 in G Major, Opus 88), professional recording, undated.

10 7

Concert Hall Symphony Orchestra, Walter Goehr, conductor (Tchaikovsky "Suite No. 3 in G major, opus 55"), undated.

12 17

Czech National Philharmonic (Rachmaninoff "Prelude in c sharp minor"), undated.

10 15

Czech National Philharmonic, Vaclav Neumann, conductor (Dvorak "Nocturne for String Orchestra, Opus 40" and "Symphonic Variations, Opus 78"), undated.

11 8

Czech Philharmonic, Vaclav Neumann, conductor (Scherzo "Caprice for Large Orchestra, opus 66), undated.

12 21

French National Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Battle of Poltava from Mazeppa"), undated.

11 2

Hamburg State Opera, Wilhelm Brueckner-Rueggeberg, conductor (Grieg "Peer Gynt Suites 1 and 2"), undated.

11 31

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Rimsky Korsakov "Scheherazade;" Schubert "Rosamunde;" Onegin "Polonaise;" Beethoven "March;" Mozart "German March;" and Chopin "Prelude in E" and "Prelude in D"), undated.

9 8

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Haydn "Symphony No. 53"), undated.

9 14

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Tchaikovsky "Sleeping Beauty"), undated.

9 15

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Tchaikovsky "Aurora's Wedding"), undated.

9 20

"His Symphony Orchestra"(Ibert "Escales"), undated.

9 28

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Borodin "Dances of Polvestian Maidens;" Sibelius "Swan of Tuonela;" Berlioz "Dance of the Sylphs;" Goyescas "Intermezzo;" Liszt "Les Preludes;" Bach "Komm Susser Tod;" Purcell "Dido's Lament;" Debussy "Claire de Lune;" Enescu "Roumanian Rhapsody No. 1;" and Bach "Toccata and Fugue"), undated.

9 29

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Loeffler "A Pagan Poem" with Robert Hunter, piano and William Kosinsky, E horn; Corelli "Concerto Grosso in G;" Bach "Shepherds Christmas Music;" Schoenberg "Transfigured Night;" Dvorak "Slavonic Dance;" and Tchaikovsky "Chant sans Parole in A Minor"), undated.

10 13

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Sibelius "Symphony No. 1;" Cesti "Tu manci;" Bizet "L'Arlesienne Suites Nos. 1 and 2;" and Vivaldi "Concerto Grosso"), undated.

10 16

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2"), undated.

10 18

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Debussy "Clair de Lune" and Tchaikovsky "Sleeping Beauty"), undated.

10 20

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Bach "Toccata and Fugue" and Johann Strauss "Tale from the Vienna Woods" and "Blue Danube"), undated.

10 21

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Haydn "Symphony Nos. 95 and 101"), undated.

11 18

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Bach ""Easter Cantata Chorale," "Little Fugue," "Wir Glauben," "Komm Susser Tod," "Jesu Joying," "Sheep Graze," and "Suite No. 2;" Villa Lobos ["Bachianas Brasileiras"]; Borodin "Steppes Asia;" and Gabrieli "Exilis"), undated.

13 13

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Schoenberg "Transfigured Night;" Rimsky Korsakov "Russian Easter;" Enesco "Roumanian Rhapsody;" Vaughan Williams "Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis;" and Liszt "Le Prelude"), undated.

13 14

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Sibelius "Swan" and "Symphony No. 2;" Purcell "Lament;" Gould "Variations;" Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 1;" Goyescas; and Strauss "Waltzes," "Tales from the Vienna Woods," and "Blue Danube"), undated.

13 15

"His Symphony Orchestra (Dvorak "New World Symphony;" Goeb "Symphony;" and Mussorgsky "Khovanshchina" excerpts), undated.

13 18

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Debussy "Children's Corner Suite;" Schubert "Tyrolean Dances;" Scriabin "Poem of Ecstasy;" Mozart "German Dance" and "Sleigh Ride;" and Schoenberg "Song of the Wood Dove"), undated.

13 19

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Bach "Chaconne in D," "Siciliano," "Bourree," "Mein Jesu," and "Passacaglia;" Bizet "Symphony in C;" and Tchaikovsky "Eugene Onegin"), undated.

13 20

"His Symphony Orchestra" (Adolphe Adam "Giselle;" Weber "A Dance;" Chopin "Les Sylphides;" Leo Delibes "Sylvia," "Swan Lake," and "Waltz of Flowers;" Stravinsky "Petrushka," "Humperdinck," and "Hansel and Gretl Overture;" Mussorgsky "Night on Bald Mountain;" and Gliere "Red Poppy Dance"), undated.

13 21

"His Symphony Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 5" and "Aurora's Wedding" and Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 3"), undated.

13 29

"His Symphony Orchestra (Wagner "Tannhauser Overture" and "Venusberg;" Percy Grainger; Tchaikovsky "Nutcracker Suite;" Borodin "Dances;" and Frescobaldi "Gagliarda"), undated.

14 3

Hollywood Bowl Symphony (Schubert "Moment;" Offenbach "Barcarolle;" Wagner "Forest Murmurs;" Tchaikovsky "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" and "March Slav;" Brahms "Hungarian Dances No. 1;" Dolan "Message for Lisa;" Purcell "Trumpet Voluntary;" Haydn "18th Century Dance;" Goyescas "Intermezzo;" Strauss "Du and Du Waltzes;" Guarnieri "Three Brazilian Dances;" and Mozart "German Sleigh Ride"), 1945-1947.

9 6

Hollywood Bowl Symphony (de Falla "Amor Brujo"), undated.

9 15

Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 6" and Thomson "Plow that Broke the Plains"), undated.

9 17

Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra (de Falla "Amor Brujo" with Nan Merriman and Brahms "Symphony No. 1"), undated.

9 18

Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra (Brahms "Symphony No. 1"), undated.

9 19

Hollywood Bowl Symphony (de Falla "Amor Brujo," with Nan Merriman, mezzo soprano), undated.

10 23

Houston Symphony Orchestra (Holst "The Planets" and Gliere "Ilya Muromets Symphony"), undated.

9 10

Houston Symphony Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Scherzo Symphony No. 4;" Mussorgsky-Ravel "The Hut on Fowls Legs" and "The Great Gate of Kiev;" Carl Orff "Carmina Burana;" Rimsky Korsakov "Russian Easter Overture;" Saint-Saens "Bacchanale;" and Gliere "Russian Sailors Dance" from the Red Poppy), undated.

9 11

Hungarian Radio Orchestra (Kodaly "Hary Janos Suite"), undated.

13 12

International Youth Orchestra, London (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 5"), undated.

10 30

Kertesz London Symphony Orchestra (Dvorak "Symphony No. 4 in D minor, opus 13" and "Symphony No. 5 in F major, opus 76"), undated.

12 18

Little Orchestra of London (Haydn "Symphony No. 35"), undated.

11 5

Little Orchestra of London, Leslie Jones, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 84 in E flat major," "Symphony No. 101 in D Major," and "Symphony No. 102 in B flat major"), undated.

11 23

Little Orchestra of London, Leslie Jones, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 44," "Symphony No. 49," and "Symphony No. 73"), undated.

11 26

Little Orchestra of London, Leslie Jones, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 98 in B flat major"), undated.

11 33

Little Orchestra of London, Leslie Jones conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 34 in D minor," "Symphony No. 100," and "Symphony No. 103 in E flat major"), undated.

11 34

Little Orchestra of London, Leslie Jones, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 13 in D major," "Symphony No. 31 in D major," and "Symphony No. 45 in F sharp major"), undated.

12 4

Little Orchestra of London, Leslie Jones, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 29 in E major," "Symphony No. 43 in E flat major," "Symphony No. 64 in A major," and "Symphony No. 80 in D minor"), undated.

12 5

Little Orchestra of London, Leslie Jones, conductor and organ (John Stanley "Six Concerto, Opus 2" for solo organ, strings, and harpsichord), undated.

12 24

London Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, Walter Susskind, conductor (Handel "The Messiah" with April Cantelo, soprano, Helen Watts, contralto, Wilfred Brown, tenor, Roger Stalman, bass, George Malcolm, harpsichord, and Harold Darke, organ), undated.

11 11

London Philharmonic Orchestra, Bernard Herrmann, conductor (Joachim Raff " Symphony No.5 in E, Lenore, opus 177"), undated.

11 13

London Philharmonic Orchestra, Hugo Rignold, conductor (Rimsky Korsakov "Le Coq D'Or"), undated.

11 31

London Philharmonic Orchestra (Handel "Messiah," conclusion), undated.

13 8

London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Albert Hall (Mahler "Symphony No. 2" with Rae Woodland and Janet Baker, soloists), 1963.

10 31

London Symphony Orchestra, 60th Anniversary (Brahms "Symphony No. 1;" Glazunov "Violin Concerto" with Silvia Marcovici, violin; Dukas "Fanfare;" Barber "Adagio for Strings;" Strauss "Gavotte from Suite in B flat for Winds;" Faberman "Evolution" section 1; Vaughan Williams "Scheherazade" from Symphony No. 8 in D Minor; and Persichetti "March from Divertimento for Band"), circa 1964.

9 13

London Symphony Orchestra (Rimsky Korsakov "Scheherazade"), undated.

10 23

London Symphony Orchestra, Antal Dorati, conductor (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 2"), undated.

10 34

London Symphony Orchestra (Dvorak "Symphony No. 6 in D major, opus 60," "Symphony No. 7 in D minor, opus 70," and "Carnival Overture, Opus 92" with Vienna State Opera), undated.

11 6

London Symphony Orchestra, Istvan Kertesz, conductor (Dvorak "Symphony No. 2, opus 4" and "Symphony No. 3"), undated.

11 8

London Symphony Orchestra, Antal Dorati, conductor (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 1" and "Symphony No. 3"), undated.

11 15

London Symphony Orchestra, Istvan Kertesz, conductor (Dvorak "Symphony No. 1 in C Minor" and "Symphony No. 2 in B, Opus 4"), undated.

11 20

London Symphony Orchestra, Andre Previn, conductor (Liadov "Eight Russian Folk Songs" and "I danced with a mosquito," "Legend of the Birds," "Cradle Song," and "Round Song Village"), undated.

12 16

London Symphony Orchestra, Andre Previn, conductor (Liadov "Eight Russian Folk Songs"), undated.

12 17

London Symphony Orchestra, Kertesz, conductor (Dvorak "Symphony No. 8 in G major, opus 88"), undated.

12 21

London Symphony Orchestra, Pierre Monteux, conductor (Beethoven "Symphony No. 2" and "Fidelio Overture"), undated.

13 4

Los Angeles Philharmonic (Holst "The Planets"), undated.

10 28

Mainz Chamber Orchestra, Gunter Kehr, conductor (Mozart "Symphony No. 7 in D major"), undated.

12 25

Mainz Chamber Orchestra, Gunter Kehr, conductor (Mozart "Symphony No. 33," "Symphony No. 34," and "Serenade No. 4"), undated.

12 26

Mainz Chamber Orchestra, Gunter Kehr, conductor (Mozart "Symphony No. 27 in C major," "Symphony No. 30 in D major," "Symphony No. 31 in G major," and "Symphony No. 33 in D major"), undated.

12 27

Mainz Chamber Orchestra, Gunter Kehr, conductor (Mozart "Symphony No. 21 in A major," "Symphony No. 22 in C major," and "Symphony in D major"), undated.

12 28

Mainz Chamber Orchestra, Gunter Kehr, conductor (Mozart "Symphony No. 20 in D major" and "Symphony No. 23 in D major"), undated.

12 29

Mainz Chamber Orchestra, Gunter Kehr, conductor (Mozart "Symphony No. 13 in F major," "Symphony No. 15 in G major," "Symphony No. 17 in G major," Symphony No. 16 in C major," and "Symphony No. 45a in G major"), undated.

12 33

Mainz Chamber Orchestra, Gunter Kehr, conductor (Mozart "Symphony No. 44 in D major," "Divertimento No. 15 in B flat," and "Symphony No. 11 in D major"), undated.

12 34

Mainz Chamber Orchestra, Gunter Kehr, conductor (Mozart "Symphony No. 1 in E flat," "Symphony No. 4 in D major," "Symphony No. 5 in B flat," "Symphony No. 6 in F major," "Symphony No. 10 in G major," "Symphony No. 42 in F major," "Symphony No. 9 in C major," and "Symphony No. 43 in F major"), undated.

13 1

Mainz Chamber Orchestra, Gunter Kehr, conductor (Mozart "Symphony No. 12 in G major," "Symphony No. 14 in A major," "Symphony No 47 in D major," "Symphony No. 18 in F major," " Symphony No. 19 in E flat major," and "Symphony No. 24 in B flat major"), undated.

13 9

Mainz Chamber Orchestra, Gunter Kehr, conductor (Mozart "Symphony No. 26 in E flat major," "Symphony No. 28 in C major," and "Symphony No. 29 in A major"), undated.

13 11

Moscow Radio (Tchaikovsky "Dmitri the Pretender" mazurka and introduction to "Maidens Chorus"), undated.

11 2

Musica Viva Ensemble, James Bolle, conductor (Mozart "Serenade No. 12 in C minor"), undated.

12 29

National Philharmonic Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Aurora's Wedding Ballet Music"), professional recording, undated.

10 1

National Philharmonic Orchestra (Sibelius "Symphony No. 1 in E minor" and "Swan of Tuonela") professional recording, undated.

13 32

National Philharmonic Orchestra of London (Brahms "Symphony No. 2, Opus 73" and "Tragic Overture, Opus 81"), professional recording, undated.

10 33

NBC Symphony Orchestra (Stravinsky "Firebird Suite"), undated.

9 15

NBC Symphony Orchestra (Stravinsky "Firebird Suite," conclusion and "Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 4"), undated.

9 16

NBC Symphony Orchestra (Beethoven "Symphony No. 6" and talk), undated.

10 21

NBC Symphony Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Swan Lake," acts 1 and 2), undated.

10 22

New Philharmonia (Tchaikovsky "Scherzo Burlesque"), undated.

11 2

New Philharmonia, Charles Munch, conductor (Offenbach "Gaite Parisienne"), undated.

11 24

New Philharmonic of New York, Leonard Bernstein, conductor (Karl Goldmark "Rustic Wedding Symphony"), undated.

11 31

New World Philharmonic (Cowell "Persian Set" and Harrison "[Suite No. 2 for Strings]"), undated.

13 19

New York City Center Symphony (Beethoven "Symphony No. 6" and Bizet "Carmen Suite"), undated.

9 19

New York City Center Symphony (Bizet "Carmen Suite"), undated.

9 17

New York City Center Symphony (Bizet "Carmen Suite"), undated.

10 18

New York City Symphony ( Mozart "Concertante for Four Wings and Strings;" Saint-Saens "Carnival of Animals;" and Strauss "Death and Transformation"), undated.

9 25

New York Philharmonic (Bach "Little Fugue" and Copland "Billy the Kid"), circa 1941.

13 17

New York Philharmonic (Mahler "Symphony No. 8" with Frances Yeend, Uta Graf, Camilla Williams, Martha Lipton, Louise Bernhardt, Eugene Conley, Carlos Alexander, George London, and Chorus), 1950 April.

9 9

New York Philharmonic (Vaughan Williams "Symphony No. 6"), undated.

9 14

New York Philharmonic (Khachaturian "Masquerade Suite;" Tchaikovsky "Francesca da Rimini;" and Sibelius "Maiden with the Roses"), undated.

9 16

New York Philharmonic (Shostakovich"Symphony No. 5" and Richard Strauss "Till Eulenspiegel"), undated.

10 15

New York Philharmonic (Tchaikovsky "Francesca da Rimini;" Vaughan Williams "Symphony No. 6;" Wagner "Siegfried's Funeral Music" and "Rhine Journey;" and Prokofiev "Peter and the Wolf," part), undated.

10 19

New York Philharmonic (Wagner "Wotan's Farewell" and "Magic Fire" and Khachaturian "Masquerade Suite"), undated.

10 20

New York Philharmonic "Tchaikovsky "Romeo and Juliet"), undated.

10 21

New York Philharmonic (Wagner "Rienzi Overture" and Messiaen "L'Ascension"), undated.

10 22

New York Philharmonic (de Falla "Nights in the Garden of Spain," with William Kapell, piano), undated.

10 23

NWDR Symphony Orchestra in Hamburg (de Falla "El amor brujo;" G. Raphael "Jabonah;" Berlioz "Roman Carnival Overture;" and Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 5 in E minor"), 1952.

14 9

Paillard Chamber Orchestra, Jean-Francois Paillard, conductor (Mozart "Thirteen German Dances" and Franz Schubert "Rondo for Violin and Orchestra"), undated.

12 30

Paillard Chamber Orchestra, Jean-Francois Paillard, conductor (Handel "Concerto Grossi, Opus 111, Vi," "Concerto No. 1, Opus VI," "Concerto No. 2, Opus VI," "Concerto No. 4, Opus III," "Concerto No. 5, Opus III," "Concerto No. 6, Opus III," "Concerto No. 7, Opus III," "Concerto No. 8, Opus VI," "Concerto No. 11, Opus VI," and "Concerto No. 12, Opus VI"), undated.

13 5

Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra, Anshel Brusilow, conductor (Hugh Wolfe "Italian Serenade" and Johann Strauss "Gold and Silver Waltz"), undated.

11 3

Philadelphia Orchestra, acoustical recordings (Brahms "Hungarian Dances No. 1, 5, and 6;" Grieg "Anitra's;" Mendellsohn "Scherzo;" Gluck "Dance;" Rimsky Korsakov "Festival At Baghdad," "Snow Maiden," and "Young Prince;" Wagner "Rienzi" and "Ride Walk;" Mozart "Symphony No. 40;" Weber "Invitation to a Dance;" Chabrier "Espana;" Johann Strauss "Blue Danube;" Dvorak "New World Symphony;" Beethoven "Symphony No. 8;" Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2;" Saint-Saens "Bacchanale;" Sibelius "Finlandia;" and Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 6"), 1917-1921.

10 14

Philadelphia Orchestra, Victrola acoustical recordings (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 6," "Dance Flute," "Symphony No. 5," and "Song without Words;" Wagner "Wotan Fare," and "Tannhauser;" Strauss "Dance;" Bizet "Dance Arlesienne," "Change Guard," and "Smugglers;" Boccherini "Minuet;" Liadov "Dance Amazon;" Stravinsky "Firework Music;" Schubert "Moment Musical" and "Dances;" Chopin "Prelude;" Mussorgsky "Khovanshchina ;" Gounod "Kermesse Waltz;" and Thomas "Gavotte"), 1922-1925.

9 2

Philadelphia Orchestra, accoustical and early electrics (Wagner "Lohengrin;" Rachmaninoff "Concerto No. 2;" Schubert "Unfinished Symphony;" Debussy "Afternoon of the Faun;" Stravinsky "Firebird;" Saint-Saens "Danse Macabre;" Ivanov "In village;" and Borodin "Dance"), 1924-1925.

9 5

Philadelphia Orchestra (Saint-Saens "Danse Macabre"), 1925 April 29.

9 4

Philadelphia Orchestra (Dvorak "New World Symphony" and Tchaikovsky "Marche Slav" with alternate takes), 1925 May 15.

10 9

Philadelphia Orchestra, Academy of Music (Johann Strauss "Tales from the Vienna Woods" and "Blue Danube;" Tchaikovsky "Nutcracker Suite;" Liszt "Hungarian Dance No. 2;" Wagner "Rienzi Overture" and "Gotterdammerungg" finale; Debussy "Afternoon of a Faun;" Schubert "Moment Musical;" Bach "Toccata and Fugue;" and Beethoven " Symphony No. 7," part), 1926-1927.

10 10

Philadelphia Orchestra (Debussy "Afternoon of a Faun"), 1927 March 10.

9 4

Philadelphia Orchestra (Debussy "Prelude to Afternoon of a Faun"), 1927 March 10.

9 3

Philadelphia Orchestra (Bach "Toccata and Fugue"), 1927 April 6.

9 4

Philadelphia Orchestra (Schubert "Moment Musical"), 1927 April 6.

13 23

Philadelphia Orchestra (Schubert "Moment Musical"), 1927 April 6.

13 24

Philadelphia Orchestra, Academy of Music (Beethoven "Symphony No. 7;" Schubert "Unfinished Symphony;" Brahms "Symphony No. 1;" with talk, presumably by Stokowski), 1927 April 15-30.

10 2

Philadelphia Orchestra (Beethoven "Symphony No. 7"), 1927 April 25.

9 4

Philadelphia Orchestra (Brahms "Symphony No. 1;" Glazunov "Danse Oriental;" Weber "Invitation to the Waltz;" and Bizet "Carmen" selections), 1927 April 30-May 2.

13 24

Philadelphia Orchestra (Debussy "Fetes" and Schubert "Rosamunde Ballet"), 1927 October 11.

13 24

Philadelphia Orchestra (Debussy "Nuages and Fetes"), 1927 October 11.

9 4

Philadelphia Orchestra (Ippolitov-Ivanov "March of Chiefs;" Berlioz "Rakoczy March;" Bach "Prelude in E flat minor" and "Ich ruf zu dir;" Saint-Saens "Bacchanale; " Wagner "Prelude to Act 1 of Lohengrin; Stravinsky "Firebird Suite;" and Mussorgsky "Khovanchina" Entr'acte), 1927 October 11-13.

13 26

Philadelphia Orchestra (Schubert "Rosamunde Ballet;" Franck "Symphony in D;" and Rimsky Korsakov "Scheherazade"), 1927 October 11-13.

13 23

Philadelphia Orchestra (Bach "Ich ruf zu dir"), 1927 October 18.

9 4

Philadelphia Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Romeo and Juliet"), 1928 September 26-27.

13 26

Philadelphia Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Romeo and Juliet" and "Symphony No. 4;" Bach "Brandenburg Concerto No. 2;" and Albeniz "Iberia Fete-dieu a Seville"), 1928 September 26-29.

13 25

Philadelphia Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Song without Words" and Falla "Spanish Dance"), 1928 December 8.

13 25

Philadelphia Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Italian Caprice;" Bach "Passacaglia and Fugue;" and Rimsky Korsakov "Russian Easter"), 1929 January 26-28.

13 27

Philadelphia Orchestra (Brahms "Symphony No. 3"), 1929 January 30.

13 26

Philadelphia Orchestra (Brahms "Symphony No. 2"), 1929 March 15.

9 1

Philadelphia Orchestra (Rachmaninoff "Piano Concerto No. 2"), 1929 April 10.

13 27

Philadelphia Orchestra (Bach "Shepherd's Christmas Music" and "Wir Glauben I"), 1929 April 30-May 1.

13 27

Philadelphia Orchestra (Eichheim "Japanese Nocturne"), 1929 May 1.

13 25

Philadelphia Orchestra (Rachmaninoff "Concerto No. 2;" Strauss "Salome's Dance;" Bach "Prelude in B Minor;" and Debussy "Nuages"), 1929 May 1-2.

9 1

Philadelphia Orchestra (Debussy "Nocturnes Nuages"), 1929 May 2.

9 3

Philadelphia Orchestra (Debussy "Nuages;" Sibelius "Swan of Tuonela;" Bizet "L'Arlesienne Suite;" Thomas Mignon "Gavotte;" Haydn "18th Century Dance;" and Boccherini "Minuet"), 1929 May 2-4.

13 22

Philadelphia Orchestra (Stravinsky "Le Sacre du Printemps"), [1929] September 24-25.

13 22

Philadelphia Orchestra (Handel "Pastoral Symphony") Bach "Little Fugue;" and Wagner "Meistersinger," prelude to Act III), 1930 March 15.

13 33

Philadelphia Orchestra (Sibelius "Finlandia;" Tchaikovsky "1812 Overture;" Debussy "La Cathedrale Engloutie;" and Lully "Alceste Prelude"), 1930 April 28-30.

13 33

Philadelphia Orchestra (Debussy "La Cathedrale"), 1930 April 30.

9 3

Philadelphia Orchestra (Wagner "Tannhauser overture," and "Venusberg" and Bach "Chorale Aus der Tiefen rufe ich", 1930.

13 33

Philadelphia Orchestra ( Bach "Little Fugue" and Wagner "Meistersinger," prelude to Act III), 1931 March 17.

13 33

Philadelphia Orchestra (Debussy "Dances Sacree/Profane" and Bach "Christ Lay in Bonds of Death"), 1931 April 4.

13 33

Philadelphia Orchestra, Bell Telephone Series, rehearsal (Berlioz "Roman Carnival"), 1931 December 1.

10 3

Philadelphia Orchestra, Bell Telephone Series (Weber "Invitation to Dance"), 1931 December 4.

10 3

Philadelphia Orchestra, Bell Telephone Series (Mendellsohn "Scherzo;" Wagner "Rienzi;" and Tchaikovsky "Nutcracker"), 1931 December 5.

10 3

Philadelphia Orchestra (Beethoven "Symphony No. 5" and Brahms "Symphony No. 4"), 1931.

9 3

Philadelphia Orchestra, Bell Telephone Series (Scriabin "Prometheus"), 1932 March 12.

10 3

Philadelphia Orchestra (Scriabin "Poem of Ecstasy" with Saul Caston, trumpet and "Poem of Fire" with Sylvan Levin, piano and the chorus of the Curtis Institute; Schoenberg "Gurre-lieder" with introduction by Stokowski, Sylvan Levin, piano, and Paul Althouse Waldemar, Jeannette Vreeland and Rose Bampton Waldtaube), 1932 March 19.

13 34

Philadelphia Orchestra (Sibelius "Gurre-leider" and "Symphony No. 4"), 1932 April 3.

14 1

Philadelphia Orchestra (Brahms "Symphony No. 4"), 1933 March 4.

9 34

Philadelphia Orchestra (Wagner "Das Rheingold"), 1933 March 4.

10 26

Philadelphia Orchestra (Wagner "Rhine Journey," "Funeral Music," "Immolation Scence," and final scenes with Agnes Davis, soprano, 1933 March 25.

10 26

Philadelphia Orchestra (Shostakovich "Symphony No. 1", 1933 November 18.

13 31

Philadelphia Orchestra (Ravel "Rapsodie Espagnol"), 1934 March 17.

9 3

Philadelphia Orchestra (Strauss "Death and Transfiguration" and Wagner "Parsifal" extracts), 1934 April 7.

13 31

Philadelphia Orchestra (Rimsky Korsakov "Scheherazade"), 1934 October 8.

9 34

Philadelphia Orchestra (Handel "Water Music" and "Overture;" Reed "Russian Christmas Music;" Frescobaldi "Gagliarda;" Bach "Es ist vollbracht," "Toccata and Fugue," "Air," and "Chaconne;" Vivaldi "Concerto;" Stravinsky "Pastorale;" McDonald "Rhumba" and "Festival;" Franck "Panis angelicus;" and Palestrina "Ador"), 1934.

14 4

Philadelphia Orchestra (Sibelius "Symphony No. 4;" Bach "Ein Feste Berg," "Adagio," "Siciliano," "C Minor Fugue," and "Komm Susser Tod;" Brahms "Hungarian Dance No. 1;" Gliere "Red Poppy;" Liadov "Eight Dances;" Ravel "Rapsodie in E;" and Handel "Water Music Suite"), 1934.

14 2

Philadelphia Orchestra (Bouree "English Suite"), unissued, 1936 January 15.

9 4

Philadelphia Orchestra, miscellaneous singles (Satie "Gymnopedies;" Franck "Andante;" Tchaikovsky "Solitude;" Chopin "Prelude in D" and "Mazurka;" Dukas "Sorcerer;" Debussy "Nuages es Sirenes;" Rimsky Korsakov "Ivan the Terrible;" McDonald "Ark;" Novacek "Perpetuum Mobile;" and Bach "Sonata," first movement and "I Cry to Thee Lord Jesus Christ"), 1937-1939.

10 32

Philadelphia Orchestra, miscellaneous singles (Saint-Saens "Dance Macabre;" Sibelius "Valse Triste;" Wagner "Meistersinger;" Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2;" Bach "Passacaglia," "Sarabande," "My Soul is Athirst," "Mein Jesu," "Christ lag in Todes Banden;" Debussy "Claire de Lune;" Borodin "Dances;" and Byrd "Pavane" and "Gigue"), 1938-1939.

10 12

Philadelphia Orchestra, miscellaneous singles, 1939-1940.

10 11

Philadelphia Orchestra (Debussy "Soiree dans Grenade"), 1940 December 22.

9 3

Philadelphia Orchestra (Wagner "Tristan and Isolde"), undated.

9 14

Philadelphia Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Nutcracker Suite"), undated.

9 18

Philadelphia Orchestra (Gliere "Ilya Muromets Symphony;" Shostakovich "Symphony No. 5;" and Wagner, three songs with Helen Traubel), undated.

9 21

Philadelphia Orchestra (Mussorgsky "Pictures at an Exhibition;" Bloch "Schelomo" with Emanuel Feuermann, cello; Shostakovich "Symphony No. 6;" and Gliere "Ilya Muromets," beginning), undated.

9 22

Philadelphia Orchestra (Wagner "Tristan and Isolde;" McDonald "Concerto for Two Pianos;" Stravinsky "Petrushka;" and Mussorgsky "Pictures at an Exhibition"), undated.

9 23

Philadelphia Orchestra (Saint-Saens "Carnival of Animals;" Wagner "Parsifal" extracts and "Siegfried" extracts), undated.

9 24

Philadelphia Orchestra (Wagner "Three deathless songs" with Helen Traubel"), undated.

9 25

Philadelphia Orchestra (Schubert "Unfinished Symphony," "Rosamunde" excerpts, and "Aries;" Brian "Symphony No. 28;" and Tchaikovsky "Romeo and Juliet," fake Stokowski), undated.

9 26

Philadelphia Orchestra (Rimsky Korsakov "Scheherazade;" Borodin "Polovtsian Dances;" Bloch "Schelomo;" and Debussy "Nocturnes," Nuages and Fetes only), undated.

9 27

Philadelphia Orchestra (Bizet "Carmen Suite;" Wagner "Tristan and Isolde;" and Vaughan Williams "The Wasps," fake attribution), undated.

9 28

Philadelphia Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Nutcracker Suite;" Beethoven "Symphony No. 9" with English text; and Vivaldi "Concerto Grosso" first movement), undated.

9 30

Philadelphia Orchestra (Franck "Symphony in D;" Vivaldi "Concerto Grosso;" and Dvorak "New World Symphony"), undated.

9 31

Philadelphia Orchestra (Franck "Symphony in D;" Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 5;" Rachmaninoff "Piano Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini;" and Borodin "Polovtsian Dances," orchestral only), undated.

9 32

Philadelphia Orchestra (Saint-Saens "Carnival of Animals;" Borodin "Polovtsian Dances;" Stravinsky "Firebird Suite;" and Brahms "Symphony No. 1"), undated.

9 33

Philadelphia Orchestra, Bell Telephone Series (Mussorgsky "Pictures at an Exhibition" excerpts), undated.

10 3

Philadelphia Orchestra (Saint-Saens "Carnival of Animals" and Tchaikovsky "Nutcracker Suite"), undated.

10 18

Philadelphia Orchestra (Wagner "Walkure" excerpts with Lawrence Tibbett as Wotan in "Farewell Scene"), undated.

10 26

Philadelphia Orchestra (de Falla "El Amor Brujo" with Verrett-Carter; Tchaikovsky "Humoresque;" Albeniz "Fete Dieu a Seville;" and Shostakovich "Prelude in E"), undated.

10 28

Philadelphia Orchestra (Sibelius "Finlandia" and Wagner "Magic Fire Music," part), undated.

10 31

Philadelphia Orchestra, accousticals (Stravinsky "Fireworks;" Rimsky Korsakov "Dance of the Tumblers;" and Wagner "Tannhauser"), undated.

13 12

Philadelphia Orchestra, acoustics (Stravinsky "Fireworks;" Rimsky Korsakov "Dance of the Amazons;" Wagner "Fireworks," "Tannhauser Overture," and "Feste March;" Mozart "Symphony No. 40; Beethoven "Allegretto;" and Weber "Invitation to dance"), undated.

13 30

Philadelphia Orchestra (Wagner "Meistersinger overture', undated.

13 31

Philharmonia Hungarica, Peter Maag, conductor (Mozart "Symphony No. 35 in D" and "Symphony No. 36 in C major"), undated.

12 31

Philharmonia Hungarica, Peter Maag, conductor (Mozart "Symphonies Nos. 40-41"), undated.

13 3

Philharmonia Hungarica, Peter Maag, conductor (Mozart "Symphony No. 38 in D major" and "Symphony No. 39 in E flat major"), undated.

13 10

Philharmonia Orchestra, William Steinberg, conductor (Richard Strauss "Suite from Die Rosenkavalier"), undated.

11 22

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Beethoven "Symphony No. 2" and Johannes Brahms "Hungarian Dances Nos. 1, 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 19, 21"), undated.

11 16

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (Bach "Brandenburg Concerto No. 2"), undated.

11 18

Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra (Beethoven "Piano Concerto No. 2" with Halina Czerny-Stefanska, piano), undated.

13 7

Radio Hungary, interview, undated.

10 4

RCA Victor Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Piano Concerto No. 1" with Van Cliburn, piano, and Kirill Petrovich Kondrashin), undated.

11 22

RCA Symphony (Handel "Water Music" and "Royal Fireworks Music") professional recording, undated.

13 28

Rhineland Philharmonia, Hoffman, conductor (Beethoven "Symphony in C major, undated.

13 7

Royal Philharmonic, Sir Thomas Beecham, conductor (Dvorak "Legend No. 3;" Grieg "Symphony Dance No. 2;" and Faure "Pavane"), undated.

11 13

Royal Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra (Brahms "Symphony No. 4"), undated.

12 11

Royal Philharmonic, Colin Davis, conductor (Mozart "Magic Flute overture," ""Cosi Fan Tutte," "Le Clemenza di Tito," and "Don Giovanni"), undated.

12 33

Royal Philharmonic, Colin Davis, conductor (Mozart "Idomeneo," "Abduction from Seraglio," "La Finta Giardiniera," "Impresario," and "Figaro"), undated.

12 34

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Handel "Love in Bath," a balletic entertainment arranged by Sir Thomas Beecham, with Ilse Hollweg, soprano), undated.

13 8

Saar Chamber Orchestra, Karl Ristenpart, conductor (Mozart "Serenade No. 4 in D"), undated.

12 19

Saar Chamber Orchestra, Karl Ristenpart, conductor (Mozart "Andante for Flute" with Alain Marion, flute), undated.

13 9

Saar Chamber Orchestra, Karl Ristenpart, conductor (Mozart "Concertante for 2 Violins"), undated.

13 10

Saar Radio Chamber Orchestra, Karl Ristenpart, conductor (Mozart "Eine kleine Nachtmusik," "Serenata Notturna," "Divertimento No. 11," and "Rondo in E flat for horn and orchestra"), undated.

13 6

Salzburg Mozart Players (Mozart "Six country dances in B flat major," "Divertimento No. 10 in F major," and "Divertimento No. 7 in D major"), undated.

12 28

San Francisco Symphony Orchestra (Gould "Dance Variations;" Bach "Komm Susser Tod;" and talk about landmarks of a distinguished career for Capitol Records), undated.

9 20

Sinfonia Instrumental Ensemble, Jean Witold, conductor ("Adagio for strings and organ" and "Concerto a Cinque in C major"), undated.

11 12

SWF Symphony Orchestra, Germany (R. Blacher "Variations on a Theme of Paganini;" S. Prokofiev "Suite from Romeo and Juliet;" and W. Egk "French Suite") broadcasted 1987 August 16, 1954-1955.

14 7

Symphony of the Air (Barber "Adagio for Strings;" Bach "Little Fugue in G;" Tchaikovsky "Scherzo Symphony No. 4;" Brahms "Serenade for orchestra;" Ravel "Fanfare" from L'Eventail de Jeanne; Byrd "Pavan Galliard;" Bach "Prelude in E flat;" Mussorgsky "Night on Bald Mountain;" and Handel "Sinfonia"), undated.

9 12

Symphony of the Air (Beethoven "Symphony No. 7 in A, Opus No. 92;" Girolamo Frescobaldi "Gagliarda;" Giovanni "Palestrina Adoramus Te;" and Grainger "Pieces of England"), undated.

11 1

Tonkunstler Orchestra of Vienna, Ernst Marzendorfer (Mozart "Symphony in D Major" and "Symphony in D major"), undated.

12 19

Tonkunstler Orchestra of Vienna, Dietfried Bernet, conductor (Johann Stamitz "Orchestra trios in C major, A major, and F major"), undated.

12 25

Tonkunstler Orchestra of Vienna, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Mozart "Symphony in F major"), undated.

12 29

Tonkunstler Orchestra of Vienna, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Mozart "Symphony in F major" and "Symphony No. D major"), undated.

12 30

Tonkunstler Orchestra of Vienna, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Mozart "Symphony in B flat major;" Antonio Salieri "Sinfonia Veneziana;" Niccolo Piccinni "Overture to Iphigenie en Tauride;" and Gluck "Suite from Iphigenie en Aulide"), undated.

12 31

Tonkunstler Orchestra of Vienna, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Leopold Mozart "Sinfonia in G major" and Wolfgang Mozart "Symphony in G major"), undated.

13 11

Unknown (Bach "Passacaglia" arranged and recorded for the Duo-Art Aeolian Pipe Organ in collaboration with Harry Rowe Shelley, copy made from organ player roll), circa 1925.

14 5

Unknown (Stravinsky "Petrushka Suite;" Brahms "Hungarian Dances, Nos. 5 and 6;" Gluck "Dance of Blessed Spirits;" Grieg "Anitra's Dance;" Gounod "Kermesse Waltz;" and Liadov "Amazon Dance"), undated.

10 4

Unknown (Mahler "Symphony No. 8," concluded; Rachmaninoff "Concerto No. 2" and "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini" with Rachmaninoff as pianist; Wagner "Gotterdammerungg," closing scene; Berlioz "Rakoczy March;" Saint-Saens "Danse Macabre;" Sibelius "Swan of Tuonela;" and Ippolitov-Ivanov "March of the Sardar"), undated.

10 6

Unknown (Bach "Sheep may safely graze;" Handel "Largo from Xerxes;" Mozart "Serenade in B Flat for 13 Wind Instruments;" Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2;" Stravinsky "L'Histoire du Soldat;" Wagner "Meistersinger;" Debussy "Afternoon of a Faun;" Shostakovich "Age of Gold Ballet Polka;" and Tchaikovsky "March Slav"), undated.

10 8

Unknown (Stravinsky "The Soldiers Tale," with Madeleine Milhaud as narrator, Gerald Tarack, violin, Theo Weis, trumpet, Julius Levine, double bass, John Swallow, trombone, and Raymond Desroches, percussion; and Thomson "The Plow that Broke the Plain"), undated.

10 24

Unknown, Stokowski encore favorites (Berlioz "Dance of the Sylphs;" Stravinsky "Pastorale" and "Infernal Dance;" Wagner "Entrance of Gods;" Rachmaninoff "Prelude in C;" Duparc "Extase;" Clarke "Trumpet Voluntary;" Chopin "Mazurka;" Debussy "Engulfed Cathedral;" Tchaikovsky "Song without Words;" Bach "Wir Glauben;" Schubert "Moment Music;" Dvorak "Slavonic Dance;" Vivaldi "Spring;" Mussorgsky "Night on Bald Mountain;" and Beethoven "Egmont"), undated.

10 29

Unknown (Schubert "Valse Sentimentale"), undated.

11 2

Unknown (Johann Christian Bach "Andante for D Major Sinfonia," "Symphony in G minor," "Sinfonia concertante E flat major," and "Les Solistes de Liege;" Johann Sebastian Bach "Lute Music, Suite in E major, minuet, and gigue;" and C.P.E. Bach "Hamburg Symphonies in A and in C"), undated.

11 4

Unknown (Johann Christian Bach "Sinfonia Concertante in E flat minor" and "Symphony in E major;" C.P.E. Bach "Concerto in E flat for oboe" and "Four Orchestral Symphonies in D major, E flat major, F minor, and G major;" J.B. Wanhal "Symphony in A minor;" and P. Winter "Concertino for Clarinet/Cello", undated.

11 7

Unknown (Mahler symphonies), undated.

12 9

Unknown (Mahler symphonies), undated.

12 10

Unknown (Dvorak "Slavonic Dances" and Schubert "Rosamunde Suite" and "German Dances"), undated.

12 22

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Helmuth Froschauer, conductor ("Sonata in A Major," "Sinfonia No. 5," and "Sinfonia in G major", undated.

11 12

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. B," "Symphony No. 3," "Symphony No. 32," "Symphony No. 39," and Symphony No. 91"), undated.

11 25

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 19 in D major," "Symphony No. 70 in D major," "Symphony No. 74 in E flat," "Symphony No. 75 in D major," and "Symphony No. 78 in C minor"), undated.

11 27

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 12," "Symphony No. 26 in D minor," "Symphony No. 33 in C major," "Symphony No. 83 in G minor," and Symphony No. 90 in C major"), undated.

11 28

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 25 in C major," "Symphony No. 27 in G major," "Symphony No. 28 in A major," "Symphony No. 56 in C major," and "Symphony No. 62 in D major"), undated.

11 29

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 18 in G major," "Symphony No. 19 in D major," "Symphony No. 24 in D major," "Symphony No. 26 in D minor," and "Symphony No. 57 in D major"), undated.

11 30

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 5 in A major," "Symphony No. 9 in C major," "Symphony No. 10 in D major," "Symphony No. 11 in E flat major," "Symphony No. 51 in B flat major," and "Symphony No. 81 in G major"), undated.

11 32

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 46 in B major," Symphony No. 55 in E flat major," and "Symphony No. 66 in B flat major"), undated.

11 33

Vienna Chamber Orchestra (Haydn "Symphony No. 69 in C major"), undated.

11 34

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 17 in F major," "Symphony No. 23 in G major," "Symphony No. 36 in E flat major," and "Symphony No. 63 in C major"), undated.

12 1

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 3 in G major," "Symphony No. 4 in D major," "Symphony No. 39 in G minor," "Symphony No. 40 in F major," and "Symphony No. 54 in G major"), undated.

12 2

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 58," "Symphony No. 59 in A major," and Symphony No. 67 in F major"), undated.

12 3

Vienna Chamber Orchestra (Haydn "Symphony No. 64" and "Symphony No. 64 in A major"), undated.

12 6

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 31 in D major," "Symphony No. 31 in D major," "Symphony No. 71 in B flat major," and "Symphony No. 75 in D major"), undated.

12 7

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No. 30 in C major," "Symphony No. 29 in F major," "Symphony No. 88 in G major," and "Symphony No. 89 in F major"), undated.

12 20

Vienna Chamber Orchestra (Carl Stamitz "Orchestra quartets in C major, F major, and A major"), undated.

12 25

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Wilfried Boettcher, conductor (Mozart "Divertimento No. 1 in G flat major"), undated.

12 26

Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer, conductor (Haydn "Symphony No 12 in E major," "Symphony No. 14 in A Major," "Overture to Acide," "Sinfonia in B flat," "Symphony No. 15 in D major," "Symphony No. 16 in B flat major," "La Fedelta Premiata overture," "Orlando Paladino overture," "Overture in D major," and "La Speziale Overture"), undated.

13 2

Vienna Chamber Orchestra and the brass of Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Wilfried Boettcher, conductor (Mozart "Divertimento No. 2 in D major"), undated.

13 3

Vienna Opera Orchestra, Edouard van Remoortel, conductor (Robert Schumann "Symphony Nos. 3 and 4"), undated.

11 9

Vienna Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (Richard Strauss "Death and Transformation"), undated.

11 10

Vienna State Opera Orchestra, Paul Angerer, conductor (Gregor Joseph Werner "Curious Musical Calendar"), undated.

12 17

Vienna State Opera Orchestra, Laszlo Somogyi, conductor ("Othello" overture, opus 93), undated.

12 21

Vienna Symphony Orchestra (Johann Strauss "Roses from the South," "Tritsch-Trash Polka," "Village Swallow," "Pizzicato Polka," intermezzo from "1001 Nights," and "High Spirits Polka;" and Richard Strauss "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme Suite"), undated.

11 3

Winterthur Symphony Orchestra, Walter Goehr, conductor (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 2"), undated.

12 16

Wurttemberg Chamber Orchestra of Heilbronn, Jorg Faerber, conductor (William Boyce "8 Symphonies"), undated.

13 6

Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra (Tchaikovsky "Romeo and Juliet," original 1869 version), undated.

11 2

Series III. CDs.

Box Item

All-American Youth Orchestra (Beethoven "Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Opus 67" and Brahms "Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Opus 68"), presented by Sol Schoenbach on August 6, 1992, circa 1940-1941.

14 10

Cincinnati Pops Orchestra ("The Fantastic Leopold Stokowski" (Bach "Toccata and Fugue" and "Little Fugue in G minor;" Boccherini "Minuet;" Beethoven "Adagio Sostenuto;" Brahms "Hungarian Dance No. 6;" Debussy "Claire de lune;" Albeniz "Fete-Dieu a Seville;" Debussy "La Cathedrale engloutie;" Rachmaninoff "Prelude in C sharp minor;" and Mussorgsky "Night on Bald Mountain" and "Great Gate of Kiev") professional recording, circa 1994.

14 11

Series IV. Records.

Box Item

All-American Youth Orchestra "A Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration" (Sibelius "Symphony No. 7 in C Major, Opus 105;" Schumann "Traumerei;" Cowell "Tales of our Countryside;" Creston "Scherzo;" Gould "Guaracha;" and Still "Scherzo") professional recording, circa 1990.

15 13

All-American Orchestra (Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2") professional recording, undated.

15 3

Armed Forces Radio Service (Rossini "Overture to the Barber of Seville" and Beethoven "Symphony No. 5" movements 1, 3, and 4"), undated.

18 3

Armed Forces Radio Service (Beethoven "Symphony No. 5" movement 2" and Ravel "La Valse"), undated.

18 4

Armed Forces Radio Service (Schubert "Unfinished Symphony"), undated.

18 5

Audition, recorded by Peter Bartok (Dai Keong Lee "Overture in C", 1948 February 21.

17 1-2

Cosmopolitan Club (Bach "Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major"), 1958.

17 13

Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra (Haydn "Eighteenth Century Dance") professional recording, undated.

15 2

Hollywood Bowl Series for the Armed Forces Radio Service (Elgar "Enigma Variations" and Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 5" movements 1 and 3), undated.

18 12

Hollywood Bowl Series for the Armed Forces Radio Service (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 5" finale), undated.

18 13

Hollywood Bowl Series for the Armed Forces Radio Service (Mozart "Symphony [number unknown]" movements 1 and 2 and Gliere "Ilya Muromets"), undated.

18 14

Hollywood Bowl Series for the Armed Forces Radio Services ( Rossini "Italian in Algiers;" Dolan "Message for Lisa;" Schumann "Concerto" concluded; and Bizet "L'Arlésienne") with Dorothy Eustis, piano, undated.

18 15

Hollywood Bowl Series for the Armed Forces Radio Services ( Ravel "Albarado;" Schumann "Concerto" movement 1; and Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 4" movements 1 and 2) with Dorothy Eustis, piano, undated.

18 16

Hollywood Bowl Series for the Armed Forces Radio Services (Tchaikovsky "Symphony No. 4" movements 3 and 4) with Dorothy Eustis, piano, undated.

18 17

Hollywood Bowl Series for the Armed Forces Radio Services (Rose "Holiday for Strings;"Puccini "La Boheme" two arias; Sibelius "Swan of Tuonela;" and Toch "Pinnochio" overture), undated.

18 18

London Symphony Orchestra, Jascha Horenstein, conductor (Richard Strauss "Tod und Verklärung"), undated.

16 19

Mannes Gimpel Silva Trio (Brahms "Trio in B flat major, opus 8"), undated.

17 18

Mary Martin Sings for Children, undated.

17 19

Metropolitan Opera Broadcast on WOR Radio "Biographies in Music: Commentary and Recordings on Life of Kirsten Flagstad", 1963 February 9.

17 10

NBC Symphony Orchestra for the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service (Prokofiev "Romeo and Juliet" excerpts, undated.

18 8

NBC Symphony Orchestra for the Special Services Division of the War Department (Beethoven "Symphony No. 5, undated.

18 9-10

NBC Symphony Orchestra for the Special Services Division of the War Department (Deems Taylor "Act III, Introduction"), undated.

18 11

Orquesta Sinfonica de la National Broadcasting Company (Beethoven "Sinfonia No. 7" and Wagner "Preludio y Amor") professional recording, undated.

18 1-2

Orquesta Sinfonica de la National Broadcasting Company (Hindemith "Sinfonia en mi bemol" and Wagner "Seleccion de amor de Tristan e Iseo") professional recording, undated.

18 6

Philadelphia Orchestra "Walt Disney's Fantasia", circa 1957.

15 16-18

Philadelphia Orchestra (Stravinsky "Le Sacre Printemps," "The Firebird," and "Petrushka") professional recording, 1982.

15 14

Philadelphia Orchestra (Brahms "Hungarian Dance No. 6") professional recording, undated.

15 1

Philadelphia Orchestra (Sibelius "Symphony No. 4 in A minor") professional recording, undated.

15 4-7

Philadelphia Orchestra (Rimsky Korsakov "The Russian Festival of High Easter") professional recording, undated.

15 8-9

Philadelphia Orchestra (Bizet "Carmen Suite") professional recording, undated.

15 10

Philadelphia Orchestra (Bach "Brandenburg Concerto No. 2," "Toccata and Fugue in D minor," "Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor," "Aus der Tiefe," "Ich ruf zu dir," "Wir Glauben," "Prelude in B minor," and "Prelude in E flat minor") professional recording, undated.

15 12

Philadelphia Orchestra "Play French Music (Recorded 1927-1937)" (Bizet "Carmen Suite;" Satie "Gymnopedies;" Franck "Panis Angelicus," Andante from "Grande Piece Symphonique," and "Symphony in D minor") professional recording, undated.

15 15

Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York (Khachaturian "Masquerade Suite" and Tchaikovsky "Francesca da Rimini") professional recording, undated.

15 11

Rome Opera House Orchestra, Jonel Perlea, conductor, for the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service (Verdi "Aida;" Saint Saens "Samson and Delilah;" and Tchaikovsky "Eugene Onegin"), undated.

18 7

Unknown (Josefin Vollmer "Menuet d'Exhaust) with Harriet Delafield, soprano, 1941 December 17.

16 1

Unknown (Jabsons "Marie Antoinette's Song" with Harriet Delafield, soprano, 1945 May 12.

16 2

Unknown (Unknown "Morgenruss" with Harriet Delafield, soprano and Eleanor Fraser-Noell, accompanist), 1949 April 1.

16 5

Unknown, Miss Elsie Sweeney, piano, 1961 March 24.

17 11-12

Unknown, Tribute to Carlos Salzedo ("Preambule et Jeux," Alice Challfoux, soloist, "Variations sur un Theme dans la style Ancien," "Prelude for a Drama," "Introspection," "Whirlwind," and "Sonata for Harp and Piano", 1962 March 18.

17 3

Unknown, Tribute to Carlos Salzedo ("Bolmimerie," "Trois Poemes de Mallarme," and "Concerto for Harp and Seven Wind Instruments"), 1962 March 18.

17 4

Unknown, unlabeled, undated.

16 3

Unknown (Bassani "Posate, dormite" with Harriet Delafield, soprano), undated.

16 4

Unknown (Harry Lauder "Roamin' in the Gloamin'") professional recording, undated.

16 6

Unknown ("Gujrati Song") professional recording, undated.

16 7

Unknown ("Hindustani National Song") professional recording, undated.

16 8

Unknown ("Malkosh" played by N. Mazumdar) professional recording, undated.

16 9

Unknown ("Mvidya Harana" sung by Balgandharva) professional recording, undated.

16 10

Unknown ("Malar-Sitarkhani" sung by Janki Bai) professional recording, undated.

16 11

Unknown ("Malkosh" (with bells) payd by the Surat Band) professional recording, undated.

16 12

Unknown (Pyara Saheb "Sanvali Soorat Mohani-Thumri Tritala") professional recording, undated.

16 13

Unknown ("Bhairvi Ghazal" and "Tilak Kamod" sung by Janki Bai) professional recording, undated.

16 14

Unknown ("Manapmar" and "Vidya Harana" sung by Balgandharva) professional recording, undated.

16 15

Unknown ("Asawari" and "Bhairavi" played by Imdad Khan) professional recording, undated.

16 16

Unknown ("Khval-Bhopali"and "Piloo" sung by Miss Gauharjan) professional recording, undated.

16 17

Unknown ("Shri Gajanan Watve") professional recording, undated.

16 18

Unknown, unlabeled, undated.

16 20

Unknown (Yunus Emre Ortaroyosu "Adnan Saygun"), undated.

17 5-8

Unknown "Songs by Horace Middleton" professional recording, undated.

17 9

Unknown (Arne "Sonata in A major;" Beethoven "Sonata te in E major, opus 109;" Mendelssohn "Prelude and Fugue in E minor," "Duetto," and "Scherzo in E minor;" and Scarlatti "Sonata"), Bruce Simonds, piano, undated.

17 14

Unknown (Brahms "Sonata in F minor for 2 pianos") with Bruce and Rosalind Simonds, piano, undated.

17 15

Unknown (Franck "Prelude, Choral and Fugue;" D'Indy "Two Helvetia Waltzes;" and Ravel "La Vallee des Cloches" and "Gaspard de la Nuit") with Bruce Simonds, piano, undated.

17 16

Unknown (Bach "Vier Duette" and "Toccata in F sharp minor" and Schumann "Waldszenen") with Bruce Simonds, piano, undated.

17 17

Unknown (Hendle "Concerto for Toys and Orchestra"), undated.

17 20

Series V. Index cards to tape collection, circa 1960s-1970s.

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