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Re: [ARSCLIST] Warsaw Concerto / STINSON SLP 38 / SCHWANN Catalog
True, but I have always theorised that Columbia didn't have access to a
soundhead with a rotary stabliser or a good print to dub from. So I have
always" listened through" the anomalities.
Someday though, I'll find a good print.
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>>> dlennick@xxxxxxxxxxxx 10/2/2006 4:53 PM >>>
Yep..great example of dull London studio sound and horrible flutter.
does it ever turn up a lot!
Robert Hodge wrote:
> I have always found the 78 RPM Columbia soundtrack recording of the
> Warsaw Concerto from " Dangerous Moonlight " conducted by Muir
> Mathiesen to be very satisfying.
> And not a hard record to find which would seem to indicate that
> liked it as well.
> Good Performance ! IMHO...
> Bob Hodge
> Robert Hodge,
> Senior Engineer
> Belfer Audio Archive
> Syracuse University
> 222 Waverly Ave .
> Syracuse N.Y. 13244-2010
> 315-443- 7971
> >>> dlennick@xxxxxxxxxxxx 10/2/2006 4:27 PM >>>
> Dnjchi@xxxxxxx wrote:
> > In a message dated 10/2/2006 1:46:38 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> > dlennick@xxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
> > Nothing snobbish about it..the Warsaw Concerto is an
> bad and
> > catchy and kitschy piece of crap. Not as big a piece of crap as
> > Rhapsody which was the Warsaw Concerto played sideways. Anyway,
> July 1958
> > Schwann lists the Smokey Mountain Suite played by Leo Litwin on
> Boston 500
> > and
> > 8 or 9 WCs on various labels, no Stinson. Earlier Schwanns list
> > Smokey
> > Mountain Suite
> > I guess it proves that this list has many contrarians; I happen to
> LIKE the
> > Warsaw Concerto and the cornish Rhapsody. And I HAVE the Boston
> of the
> > Smoky Mountain Suite.
> > Takes all kinds, I guess.
> > Don Chichester
> Hey..I said "catchy", don't forget. Addinsell wrote some good tunes.
> I'll still
> take that one over the Medication from Thais.