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Re: [ARSCLIST] Bernstein info needed
Bernstein did a few analyses for MAR..I thought the one he did on Tchaikovsky's
6th was excellent when I first heard it back in 1962 (and when I still had a
modicum of respect for Lenny, when he still had talent and we didn't know what
a shit he was).
Roger and Allison Kulp wrote:
Sorry,can't help you there.It wasn't until I spent some time over at
http://www.leonardbernstein.com/ ,that I realized the Music Appreciation Society record,was indeed a reissue.I have over 100 of these pre-stereo US Deccas,but I have never seen this one.The MAS issue,which dates from 1957,itself not that easy a find,is well worth picking up.The analysis record,usually throwaway junk,is by Bernstein himself at the piano.As far as I know,this is otherwise unissued.It may be a little bonus he recorded for Columbia,as they were wont to do in the 6-eye mono era,but decided not to release.They credit it,as Leonard Bernstein and The Music Appreciation Symphony Orchestra,BTW.It was also pressed on better vinyl,than Decca used at the time.
David Lennick <dlennick@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: If anyone has a copy of Decca DL 9715, or even a reference to it, could you
please let me know the matrix numbers? Ruppli doesn't list anything for Decca
classical LPs and I have the disc only on a Music Appreciation reissue. It's
Schumann's Symphony #2 in C, Leonard Bernstein & the Stadium Concerts Orchestra
(New York Philharmonic).
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