A Discography of 78 Rpm Era Recordings of the Horn: Solo and Chamber Literature with Commentary
Greenwood Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Music - 210 pages
This unique discography of 78 RPM recordings extensively profiles solo and group horn performers, including chamber ensemble and orchestra recordings. This work provides, in addition to detailed data about individual recordings, invaluable commentary on actual selected 78 RPM recordings. Some of the recordings are no longer available in reissue and are therefore not easily accessible to the general public. Biographical information contributes to the wealth of researched information this discography provides. This discography of 78 RPM horn recordings fills a gap in bibliographic literature concerning horn recordings. A valuable reference to hornists, musicians, and discographers, the exhaustive, descriptive detail consists of data collected from numerous sources. Both well-known and obscure artists are researched.
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SOLO HORN AND PIANO
SOLO HORN AND MISCELLANEOUS ACCOMPANIMENT
HORNS WITH VOICES
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1st mvt 2nd mvt 3rd mvt 4th mvt Adagio Adolf Stiegler Alfred Brain Amadeus Mozart Title Anon./Unknown Title(s Aubrey Brain bassoon Black label Cercle Du Bien Chasse no club club name given Columbia Issue Concerto Curtiss Blake Collection dates obtained Dennis Brain disc Discography Divertimento Farkas Gewandhaus Wind Quintet Gramophone Issue Gramophone Notes Gramophone Voix Henri Lefebvre Horn Call horn player Hornist Karl Stiegler Hornist(s issue number Jim Buffington Karl Haas Kelly Leipzig Gewandhaus Wind London Baroque Ensemble Ludwig van Beethoven Maître Matrix/Take Mills Music Library Neill Sanders NN Composer NSYU oboe Parlophone Pettitt Philharmonic Philip Farkas Pizka playing principal horn Quartet Rallye Raymon Dray Recorded 1903 Notes Recorded in Vienna Reverse side Saint-Hubert second horn Serenade solo soloist Stiegler is probably Symphony Orchestra tempo Trio Trompes de Chasse University of Wisconsin-Madison violin Weigelt Wind Quintet Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Woodwind Quintet Zonophone