Five Minutes More / How Cute Can You Be? by Frank Sinatra on Columbia 78 RPM Record
Hot Jazz Classics - The Duke - Columbia Records 78 RPM
The four records were made during 1932 and 1933, a period often referred to as "THE GOLDEN AGE OF ELLINGTON."
I Don't Want to Walk Without You (36478) / B-19 (36478) by Harry James & His Orchestra (Columbia Records 78 RPM - 1942 release)
This record was released in 1942. Harry James was an American trumpeter who led a swing band during the Big Band Swing Era of the 1930s and 1940s. He was especially known among musicians for his astonishing technical proficiency as well as his superior tone. James dubbed the trumpet in the 1950 film "Young Man with a Horn" starring kirk Douglas. His music is also featured in the Woody Allen film Hannah and Her Sisters. James recorded many popular records and appeared in many Hollywood movies.
The Benny Goodman Sextet & Early Peggy Lee Vocals Original 10 Inch 78 rpm & Original Columbia Records Stock Paper Sleeve - The Way You Look Tonight / Wang Wang Blues - Columbia Records 36594 - 1942
This item is an Original 10 Inch 78 rpm featuring The Benny Goodman Sextet titled:
The Benny Goodman Sextet - The Way You Look Tonight(Vocal Chorus by Peggy Lee) / The Wang Wang Blues - Columbia Records - 36594(Mono - 1942)
This Goodman 78 is presented in the Original Columbia Records Stock Paper Sleeve.
Here is a Very Nice 78 featuring The Benny Goodman Sextet with Early Peggy Lee Vocals and it should make a fine addition to any Collection!
Beethoven: 9 Symphonies 5 CD/Blu-ray Audio Combo
There are few better places to start celebrating the legacy of Leonard Bernstein than with his legendary Complete Symphonies of Beethoven with the Wiener Philharmoniker, but offered as never before: not only in hardback edition with 5CDs plus 1 Blu-ray Audio disc in hi-resolution 192kHz/24-bit stereo sound, but also in 5.0 Surround Sound Audio.
5CDs 1 Blu-ray Audio disc presenting Bernsteins legendary Beethoven cycle with the Wiener Philharmoniker
Remastered at 192kHz/24-bit
The complete cycle is presented on one Blu-ray Audio disc in 5.0 Surround Sound 5CDs
Hardback book (English German) with slipcase includes:
1 Transcripts of Bernsteins introductions to the symphonies from his 1980 television broadcasts
2 An essay about Bernstein and Beethoven by Jed Distler
The Remastering and Surround Sound
Quadraphonic audio was the earliest consumer product recorded and presented in surround sound. Deutsche Grammophon was one of a few labels who, in the 1970s, decided to embrace Quadrophonic recording
Though quadrophonic releases were a commercial failure at the time they were issued largely due to the high production costs and the costs of the playback equipment present-day technology allows us to return to the original tapes and use the Blu-ray Audio format to present these recordings in high definition surround mixes
The remastering and remixing has been done in 24 bit / 192 kHz in 5.0 surround by Polyhymnia in the Netherlands.
Budapest String Quartet - The Complete Beethoven Quartets
The modern standard of performance in the Beethoven quartets was set by the Budapest String Quartet, wrote The New York Times. One of the 20th centurys very finest chamber ensembles, the Budapest String Quartet recorded the complete Beethoven cycle three times first on 78s in the 1940s, then between 1951 and 1952 in mono, and later in stereo. The 195152 cycle, which has acquired legendary status, is now reissued as a complete set, the first time that Sony Classical has published it in its entirety since the first issue. The Budapest Quartet was the quartet in residence at the Library of Congress from 1938 until 1962, a position created so that they could make regular use of the Librarys collection of Stradivarius instruments. Their regular performances at the Library all made use of these remarkable instruments, and the quartet also used them on these recordings, made in the Library itself. This Beethoven cycle has acquired legendary status. Anthony Tommasini of The New York Times wrote that his favorite performances of the six early Opus 18 quartets are the ones included here, supple, luminous and insightful. NPR critic Lloyd Schwartz calls the entire cycle my touchstone for Beethoven quartet recordings. Founded 100 years ago in 1917, the Budapest Quartet was at the height of its success in the early 1950s, under the leadership of first violinist Joseph Roisman. They had settled in the United States in 1938 at the same time as taking up their position at the Library of Congress, and they disbanded after 50 years in 1967.
Columbia Vintage: 78 RPM Record, Across the Alley From the Alamo; No Greater Love
Old Bakelite 78 RecordColumbia37289 (HCO 2197)Across the Alley from the Alamo-J. Green-Vocal: Woody HermanAccompanied by The Four Chips37289 (HCO 2219)No Greater Love-Symes - I. Jones -Vocal: Woody HermanAccompanied by The Four Chips
Woody Herman & His Orchestra Very Nice Original 10 Inch 78 rpm - Laura / I Wonder - Columbia Records 36785 - 1945
This item is an Original 10 Inch 78 rpm featuring Woody Herman titled:
Woody Herman & His Orchestra - Laura / I Wonder - Columbia Records - 36785(Mono - 1945)
This 78 is presented in a Green Paperboard Sleeve that would have been manufactured in the 1950s.
Here is a Very Nice Original 78 rpm featuring Woody Herman & it should make a fine addition to any Collection!
Beethoven Sonata No. 7 in C Minor For Piano and Violin Op. 30 No. 2 Second Movement Adagio cantabile Isaac Stern Alexander Zakin (12" 78 RPM Record) MM 604-3
Columbia Vintage: 78 RPM Record, Skyscraper Fantasy; March of the Bowmen (From "Robin Hood Suite")
Old Bakelite 78 RecordColumbiaCAX 10012 D.X. 1436Skyscraper Fantasy(Donald Phillips)Charles Williams and his Concert OrchestraCAX 10013 D.X. 1436March of the Bowmen (from "Robin Hood Suite" Frederic Curzon)Charles Williams and his Concert Orchestra
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