Returning to this thread. A few specifics --
1. who is the artist for
MG 10002 VIVALDI: CONCERTO GROSSO IN D MINOR OP. 3 #11;
MOZART DIVERTIMENTO IN D K. 251
2. does anyone know the artist/content of MG10019, specifically Side A?
3. Here's another one for the listings --
MG10076 - Brahms: Serenade No. 1 in D Major, Op. 11, Robert Heger
conducting the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra (Recorded by the Bavarian
Radio Co.) -- I believe this is one of the Telefunken recordings
licensed from the Czech government in the late 40's. My LP is a very
early-era LP, not even sure if it's made of vinyl.
4. can someone confirm that MG10090, side A, is the first part of
the Brahms Piano Quartet No. 3, Albenari Trio (I am not familiar
with this work, but the record is indeed chamber music)? If it is
correct, then FYI it was recorded November 28-29, 1950 at Reeves
Studios, using what's in the logs as "Altec mic." This was the last
recording made for Mercury with a single Altec mic. The next session
at Reeves, December 28, 1950, was the first use of the Neumann U-47
for symphonic recording in the U.S., Louisville Orchestra recording
Schuman "Judith" and "Undertow." Those works were first released on
5. does anyone know the artist/content of MG10124, side A?
6. ditto for MG10126, side B?
Thanks in advance for any/all help!
-- Tom Fine