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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1.1, 196G

THE nICHTG A N DAILY

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1966 TIlE M9ICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NINE
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ANGEL'S ANSWER, TO, THE NEED FOR LOW-PRICED ALBUMS OF SUPREME QUA

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* SERA PHICMS FEATRE:
LIthe finest, most celebrated of Angel's earlier releases.
QI brand-new stereo recordings never before issued in America.
LIsignificant works of all periods interpreted by leading artist's
of yesterday, today and tomorrow,.
LIhistorical performances never to be equalled, including fabu-
lous opera casts that can never again be assembled.
Simproved monophonic sound for older recordings, without the
artificial gimmickry of false stereo, and with no loss of artistic
valIues.
Q. stereo and monophonic pressings made to the same exacting

OPERA

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VOCAL

ORCHESTRAL

1WCT0A rA tOS A Pa IIO- & 0"
Puccini: La Bohime - Sir
Thomas Beecham's classic
recording, with an all-star
cast: Victoria de los An.
geles, Jussi Bjoerling, Lu-
cine Amar'a, Robert Mer-
ril, Giorgio Tozzi, John
Reardon and Fernando Co-
rena. Mono only : IB-6400
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Dinu Lipatti--Chopin: Con.
certo No.. 1 in. E minor. A
Swiss broadcast perfor-
mance, never before avail-
able in America.
Mono only. 60007

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Geraint Jones Singers-
Purcell : Music for the Fu-
neral of Queen Mary.
Bach : Magnificat. Two un-
forgettable - performances
"in the finest tradition of
English choral singing"
(Hi-FilStereo Review).
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Sir Thomas Beecham-"The
Inimitable Sir Thomas,' an
album of recordings never
before released in Ameri-
ca, including Sibelius' Ta.
piola and shorter works by'
Deliup, Faure, Grieg and
Dvorak. Royal. Philhar-
monic and French Nation-
al Orchestras. S"60000

technical standards as the higher-priced Angel
modest cost to the collector.

label-yet at

Especially Recommended IS The Incomparable
BEECHAM BOHEMEI, Long a Collector's Item-

NOW

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COMPLETE IN A
TWO-RECORD SET

I' t 1
Donizetti: The Elixir of
Love - Tullio Serafin con-
ducts this La Scala Opera
recording starring Rosan-
na Carteri, Luigi Alva,
Giuseppe Taddei and Ro-
lando Panerai. SIB-6001.
THEMARRAGE OF( GARI
Mozart: The Marriage of
Figaro (sung in German)
-'tilde Gilden, Anneliese
Rothenberger, Edith Ma-
this, Walter Berry and
Hermann Prey; Dresden
State Opera Chorus, Dres-
den State Orchestra, Ot-
mar Suitner cond. A per-
fornmance of extraordinary
comic spirit! SIC-6002
/ IM1 1M RIR~wxArlER
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Boris Christoff -- Mussorg
sky: Songs. The complete1.
Songs and Dances of
Death; King Saul; Gopak;
The Winds Are Howling;
Song of the Flea. French
-National Radio Orchestra,
Georges. Tzipine cond.
Mono only: 60008
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf -
Mozart: Exsultate, jubi-
late (Motet, K.165).. Bach:,
Jauchzet Gott in allen
Landen (Cantata, BW V.
61). Philharmonia Or-
r " - stra, Walter Susskind &
Peter Gellhorn cond.
Mono only: 60013

Guido Cantelli - Schubert:
"Unfinished" Symphony.,
Mendelssohn : "Italian"
Symphony. The young
maestro, victim of an air
crash in 1956, conducting
the Phlharmonia Orches-
tra. Mono only: 60002

L ,
Dame Myra, Hess -Schu.
mann : Concerto in IA
minor; Symphonic Etudes,
Op. 13. .Two of her most
famous recordings, issued
in tribute- to. her memory.
Philharmonia Orchestra,
Rudolf Schwartz cond.'
Mono only: 6008,
SU.WA NO2 FNBIL'ITP.*
Emil Gilels-Chopin : Sona-
ta No. 2 in B fiat, minor
("Funeral March"). Shos-
takovitch : Three Preludes
and Fugues. His first
American recordings, long
unavailable.
Mono only: 60010

Otto Klemperer - Brahms :
Variations on a Theme by
Haydn. Hindemith: No-
bilissima vision. Two de-
finitive recordings of mu-
sic inspired by St. Francis,
played by the Philhar-
monia. Orchestra.
Mono only: 60004

*

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As~aA OF WOQUE 57UWNi

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SG441A tO ?J'IN F MOK OP 90
certo No. 1 in C major;
Sonata No. 27 in E minor,
Op. 90. Philharmonia Or-
chestra, Herbert Menges.
cond. S-80016

Wilhelm Furtwiinglerf
Kirsten Flagstad -- Ex-
cerpts from Wagner's
Giitterdiimerung : Sieg-
* fried's Rhine Journey and
Funeral March; Brunn-
hilde's Immolation Scene.
Vienna Philharmonic and
Philharmonic Orchestras.
Mono only: 60003
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau-
1erdi Arias. From Fal-
aff, Ii Tlrovatore, Rigo-
tto, Don(,Carlo and 1I Ves-
Qiciliani. Berlin Phil-
JI.O4nic, A e '-,Pfde

Edith Mathis-Handel:
Nine German Songs
(1729). With an ensemble
of Baroque instruments.
S-60015

Paul Hindemith -.the late
composer conducts his own
Concert Music for Strings
and, Brass and his Sym-
phony in B flat for Concert
Band. Philharmonia Or-
chestra. 5-60005

OTHER
INSTRUMENTS

RUDLF WJ(U -
W-4M 204O .SCNA O120
William Primrose 1 Rudolf
Firkusny - Brahms : The
Two Sonatas Op. 120, for
viola and piano. Long un-
available in America.
Mono only : 60011

Wt}ARV) SI RAJ iSS
'd.PM 95fMPR*.'
A .,sA...O14. i .+k

7FhE U91M1 } r.O(fl A hl w'~
Gerald Moore - "The Un1-
ashamed Accompanist"' his
witty lecture - demonstra-
tion on an undervalued art.
"Such a highly education-
al pill could not have been
more delightfully sugar-
coated" (High Fidelity).
Mono only : 60017

Richard Strauss -- conduct-
ing his Alpine Symphonly,
with the Bavarian State
Orchestra. Recorded in
1941, and now transferred
to long-pla.
X QnO only : 60006

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