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SOUND RECORD
Author Gottschalk, Louis Moreau, 1829-1869.

Title A Gottschalk festival [Sound recording].

Published New York, N.Y. : Vox Productions, 1971.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank Vinyl L  AV 10869  3 HR LOAN  NOT AVAILABLE
Uniform title Works. Selections
Physical description 3 sound discs : 33 1/3 rpm., stereo. ; 12 in.
Notes Introductory remarks by E. List --Grande tarantelle for piano and orchestra --Symphony no. 2, "A Montevideo" --Variations on the Portuguese national hymn --Escenas campestres (Cuban country scenes): opera in one act --The Union: concert paraphrase on national airs, op. 48 --Marche solennelle, for orchestra and band, with cannon --Symphony no. 1, "La nuit des tropiques --Grande fantaisie triomphale sur l'hymne national brésilien, op. 69 --Marcha triunfal y final d'opera, for orche.
The 5th and 8th works originally for piano; arr. by S. Adler.
Trinidad Paniagua, Soprano, José Alberto Estéves, teno, Pablo Garcia, baritone (in the 4th work); Eugene List, (in the 1st, 3rd, 5th, 8th, and 10th-14th works), Gary Lewis (in the 10th, 11th and 13th), Brady Millican (in the 12th and 14th), piano.
Vienna State Opera Orchestra, Igor Buketoff, conductor (in the 1st-5th and 7th works); Berlin Symphony Orchestra, Samuel Adler, conductor (in the 6th, 8th and 9th works).
In container.
Durations, "america's first great musician" by E. List, programme notes by R. Freed, and Spanish libretto of the 4th work, with English translation ([6] p.) laid in container.
Turnabout: TV-S 34440-34442.
Other author Paniagua, Trinidad.
Estéves, José Alberto.
Garcia, Pablo.
List, Eugene.
Lewis, Cary.
Millican, Brady.
Buketoff, Igor.
Adler, Samuel, 1928-
Gottschalk, Louis Moreau, 1829-1869. Escenas campestres. Libretto. English & Spanish. 1971.
Wiener Staatsoper. Orchester.
Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester.
Subject Piano with orchestra.
Orchestral music.
Operas.
Piano music (4 hands)