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Re: [ARSCLIST] BRANDENBURG CONCERTOS..PAUL KUENTZ
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From: "David Lennick" <dlennick@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Karl Miller wrote:
> > David Lennick <dlennick@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: ***Anyone know the original
issuing label for a set of Bach's Brandenburg Concertos played by the Paul
Kuentz Chamber orchestra? I found it this weekend on a set of 3 10-inch discs
pressed in France for a Canadian record club, with
> > no indication as to the original source (possibly Pathe?).
> > I found only that there is a No.5 (Régis Manceau, flute ; Monique
Frasca-Colombier, violin ; Chantal Perrier-Layec, harpsichord ; Jean-Marc
Labylle, recorder ; Orchestre Paul Kuentz ; Paul Kuentz, conductor.) on a CD
from Pierre Verany PV 730075; and, what I assume is the set you mention, Record
label: CND CLUB NATIONAL DU DISQUE 10 Medium: LP
> > Year recorded: 1958
> > Karl
> That's the one...I found the set in Ottawa over the weekend.
Oddly enough...this exchange exemplifies why some Brian-Rust-wannabe
should set about compiling the "Complete Classical Music On 78rpm
Discography"...indexed by composer, work title, artist(s?) along
with other details. Question here is, how should the book(s?!) be
arranged? Dance Bands and "Personalities" were simple...alphabetic
by recording artist, with pseudonyms cross-referenced (to some
Do we go by "Composer"...by "Conductor"...or by record label,
sorted in release-date order?
NOTE: Although this might seem a major task, consider that only
three record labels (Victor, Columbia and Brunswick) issued more
than a tiny handful of classical recordings prior to 1940 or so...
Steven C. Barr