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    Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)

    Scarlatti, Alessandro (1660-1725)
    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Ferdinand Leitner, Conductor

    Maria Stader sings Mozart and Scarlatti

    Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft SLPEM 136 291 [1962]
    1 LP, 12 in, 33⅓ rpm, Stereophonic, Microgroove

    Notes:

    The Mozart works sung in Latin; The Scarlatti, in Italian.

    Contents

    Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)

    Exsultate, jubilate, K. 165
    Et incarnatus est, from Mass in C minor, K. 427
    Laudate Dominum, from Vesperae solennes de confessore, K. 339

    Scarlatti, Alessandro (1660-1725)

    Su le sponde del Tebro, cantata for solo voice, trumpet, strings, and continuo

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    LES PLUS GRANDS CHEFS-D'OEUVRE
    The Greatest Masterworks
    Marin Marais
    Monsieur Sainte-Colombe

    Spectre de la Rose
    Alison Crum - Bass Viola da gamba
    Marie Knight - Violin
    Elizabeth Liddle - Bass Viola da gamba
    Susanna Pell - Bass Viola da gamba
    David Miller - Theorbo, Guitar
    Timothy Roberts - Harpsichord​

    Naxos
     
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    Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)

    Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
    RIAS-Kammerchor
    Ferenc Fricsay, conductor

    Don Giovanni; Selections
    Don Giovanni : Opernquerschnitt (in Italienische Sprache)

    Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft SLPM 136 416 [1961]
    1 LP, 12 in, 33⅓ rpm, Stereophonic, Microgroove

    Notes:

    Sung in Italian

    Performer:

    Sena Jurinac, Maria Stader and Irmgard Seefried, sopranos
    Ernst Haefliger, tenor
    Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone
    Karl Kohn, Walter Kreppel and Ivan Sardi, basses

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    Don Giovanni by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed in Italian - 1958

    Conductor Ferenc Fricsay
    Orchestra - RIAS Berlin Symphonie Orchester
    Chorus - RIAS Berlin Kammerchor

    Don Giovanni - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
    Donna Anna - Sena Jurinac
    Don Ottavio - Ernst Haeflinger
    Donna Elvira - Maria Stader
    Leoporello - Karl Christian Kohn
    Il Commendatore - Walter Kreppel
    Masetto - Ivan Sardi
    Zerlina - Irmgard Seefried

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    Black Disc;
    D.G.G. LPM 18580-18582 {3LPS} (1959)ª
    D.G.G. SLPM 138050-138052 {3LPS} (1959)ª
    D.G.G. LPEM 19224 (Excerpts) (1959)ª
    D.G.G. SLPM 136 416 (Excerpts) (1961)ª
    DG «Privilege» 2728 003 {3LPS}
    American Decca - D.G.G. DGMO 302 {3LPS} (1960)ª
    American Decca - D.G.G. DGSO 7302 {3LPS} (1960)ª

    Compact Disc;
    DG «Dokumente» 437 341-2 {3CDS} (1993)ª
    DG «The Originals» 463 629-2 {3CDS} (2001)ª

    ª(year of issue or re-issue)

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    SWEET HARMONY
    Masses and Motets
    John Dunstable
    Tonus Peregrinus
    Antony Pitts - director

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    Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)

    Berliner Philharmoniker
    RIAS Kammerchor
    Eugen Jochum, conductor

    Così fan tutte. Selections
    Così fan tutte: Opernquerschnitt

    Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft SLPEM 136 278 [1963]
    1 LP, 12 in, 33⅓ rpm, Stereophonic, Microgroove

    Notes:

    Irmgard Seefried, soprano
    Nan Merriman, mezzo-soprano
    Hermann Prey, baritone
    Ernst Haefliger, tenor
    Erika Köth, soprano
    Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone

    Sung in Italian.

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    Così fan tutte by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed in Italian - 1962
    Conductor Eugen Jochum
    Orchestra - Berliner Philharmoniker
    Chorus - RIAS Kammerchor

    Fiordiligi - Irmgard Seefried
    Dorabella - Nan Merriman
    Despina - Erika Köth
    Ferrando - Ernst Haeflinger
    Guglielmo - Hermann Prey
    Don Alfonso - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau

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    D.G.G. LPM 18861/3 {3LPS} (1963)ª
    D.G.G. SLPM 138861/3 {3LPS} (1963)ª
    D.G.G. LPEM 19278 (Highlights) (1963)ª
    D.G.G. SLPEM 136 278 (Highlights) (1963)ª
    D.G.G. SKL 109-111 {3LPS} (Germany)

    Compact Disc;
    DG 449 580-2 {3CDS} (1996)ª
    DG 477 5669 {3CDS} (2007)ª

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    Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique
    Ray


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    Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)

    RAIS Symphony Orchestra of Berlin
    Ferenc Fricsay, conductor

    Nozze di Figaro. Selections
    Le nozze di Figaro: Opernquerschnitt

    Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft SLPEM 136 406 [1961]
    1 LP, 12 in, 33⅓ rpm, Stereophonic, Microgroove

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    Opera excerpts; sung in Italian

    Performers:

    Marie Stader, soprano
    Irmgard Seefried, soprano
    Hertha Töpper, contralto
    Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone
    Renato Capecchi, baritone

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    Le nozze di Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed in Italian
    Conductor Ferenc Fricsay
    Orchestra - Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
    Chorus - RIAS Kammerchor

    Figaro - Renato Capecchi
    Susanna - Irmgard Seefried
    Conte Almaviva - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
    Contessa Almaviva - Maria Stader
    Cherubino - Herta Töpper
    Marcellina - Lilian Benningsen
    Bartolo - Ivan Sardi
    Basilio - Paul Kuen
    Curzio - Friedrich Lenz
    Antonio - Georg Wieter
    Barbarina - Rosl Schwaiger

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    DGG SLPEM 136 272

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    MIRACLES OF SANT'IAGO
    Medieval Chant & Polyphony for St. James from the Codex Calixtinus
    Various and Anonymous
    Anonymous 4

    Harmonia Mundi USA
     
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    Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)

    Members of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Eugen Jochum, conductor

    Serenade, wood-winds & 4 horns, K. 370a (361) B♭ major
    Serenade Nr. 10, B-dur, KV 361 (Bläser-Serenade)

    Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft SLPM 138 830 [1963]
    1 LP, 12 in, 33⅓ rpm, Stereophonic, Microgroove

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    Schubert - Sonatas Nos. 9 & 11 / Moments Musicaux, d. 575, 625, 780:1,3,6
    S Richter

    Ray

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    And Beau good afternoon!

    Brahms

    Symphony No. 4 in E Minor, Op 98

    Virtuoso Symphony of London

    Alfred Wallenstein~conductor

    Audio Fidelity~1959

    Have included a photo of the tech data for this recording.
    Some great technical aspects for almost 60 years ago!

    I am fortunate to have five of these Audio Fidelity records in excellent condition.
    I don't have a large collection but some goodies!

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    Civic Youth Orchestra
    60th Anniversary Concert

    June 18, 2017
    sunday 3pm

    Copley Symphony Hall
    San Diego, Ca

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    program:

    CYO Symphonic Orchestra, Alize Drieling, Conductor
    Light Cavalry Overture — Franz von Suppé

    CYO Symphony Orchestra, Robert Gilson, Conductor (conductor for rest of concert)
    Lieutenant Kijé Suite Symphonique, Op. 60 — Serge Prokofiev

    An American in Paris — George Gershwin

    <<< intermission >>>

    Fanfare for the Common Man — Aaron Copland
    featuring the CYO Alumni Brass

    Concerto in b minor for 4 violins — Antonio Vivaldi
    ~ Allegro
    featuring former CYO Concertmasters and Assistant Concertmasters

    The CYO Symphony Orchestra
    Danzon No. 2 — Arturo Marquez

    The CYO Symphony Orchestra and Alumni
    Symphony No. 4 in f minor, Op. 36 — Peter Illyich Tchaikovsky
    4. Allegro con fuoco


    CYO Symphony and Symphonic Orchestra and Alumni
    Star Wars (original sound score) — John Williams

    graduating seniors awards presentation follows concert
    <<< fin >>>
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    Ambient Recordings by Mike French
    TFH — A Journey to the Impact Zone
    From balcony, first row center. The seats of the “owners” of the Copley Symphony Hall; the Jacobs family seats.

    recordings:
    1) DPA 4060 omni pair as Boundary Layer Effect
    DPA MMA6000 +22dB
    2) Line Audio CM3 pair as narrow-focus NOS stereo 930cm at 70º combined axis
    3) Sennheiser MKE2002 Artificial Head Binaural Stereo kit, per Senn Binaural protocol. Head placed on movie projectors, on face side of wall, on lighting array shelf on balcony face.
    1&2) into Tascam DR70D at 2448
    3) into Roland R09HR mic input @ gain level 65

    1&2 to be mixed in post-edit.

    comments to follow in next post........
     
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    I had to walk several blocks from the parking spot, as I didn't want to kick down $25 to park near the hall.
    So I left my daily driver mic stands in the truck, and only brought my really tall stand (9' lighting stand). My daily driver stand is steel, and weighs a ton; so it got left behind in the effort. So I used the hand truck as my stand, and used a lighting clamp to secure it, and my extensions; that was a new one for me.
     
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    This is an amazing hall. It was built with a no expenses spared approach. The lines are late art-nouveau, and early art-deco, with lots of craftsman era accouterments. Just a gorgeous hall. And, acoustically, it seems quite superb.
    One oddity about it:
    It has had modern skyscrapers built around it. By the exterior surroundings; modern skyscraper in appearance. But once through the doors, you are drawn back to a whole different era.
    The staff,....
    I've never been made to feel more welcome. I was a bit nervous, as it is a union-shop hall. But this was to be anything but a problem.
    I walked onto the stage as they were still setting it. I found a stage manager, who referred me to the house sound tech, and called him to the stage to meet me. He already knew my name, as I was listed as sound tech on the "list". He greeted me very warmly. I asked him about the house protocol for recordists, and he said I could do anything that I wanted. He also clued me into the fact that his house mics were adjusted to reach into mid open-aire hall space, which was a very short distance from the balcony, when he dropped them into position; at least the main ambient pair. He said that he'd bring me up and set me up in the *"owners" seats. (* the Jacobs family donated what was said to be $100m for the restoration and renovation of the hall, in faithful restoration).
    The sound tech and I sat there for a good twenty minutes just talking geek tech talk. He then told the ushers to keep everyone back and away from the area (the balcony was used to seat the extra muscians that filled the ever growing orchestra).

    After soundcheck/rehearsal, I started looking aorund the hall, and was greeted by an usher whao gave me a personal tour of the facility, and the low-down on its past history; Fox movie theater in the silent movie era, 1929. It has a quadrophonic pipe organ, with pipe arrays at the stage, and at left and right, rear of hall. This was an original installation.

    As far as my experience... It was one of the best. I was treated so well, and the facility was beyond adequate description.

    a couple more pics:
    a giant center of ceiling lamp of copper and arts glass, and its comlimentary sibling
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    the center of the stage band shell opening is right here...................... ^^
    Lobby lighting:
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    Stage right:
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    stage left:
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  19. BlindBoyGrnt

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    Impressive, Mike. A crescendo from that many could pin you to the back wall.
     
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    Bax - Symphonies Nos. 1 & 6
    London Philharmonic/Thomson
     

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