Decca matrix 71681. Dis flower (Flower song) (Act 1-Scene 3) / Luther Saxon

TitleSource
Dis flower (Flower song) (Act 1-Scene 3) (Primary title)Ruppli Decca
Carmen Jones (Selections) (Session name)Ruppli Decca
PersonnelNotes Hide Additional Titles
Luther Saxon (vocalist)
Robert Shaw (choral director)
Joseph Littau (conductor)
  • Master Size: 10-in.
Notes
Documentation of Decca Records derives from Michel Ruppli's "The Decca labels: a discography" (Greenwood Press, 1996). Data has not been systematically reviewed or edited by ADP staff, except as indicated.
Ruppli session note: All titles.except 71680, also issued on Decca DL-8014, DL-9021, MCA MMCA-2054.
Ruppli additional catalog number(s): Decca DA-29137, MCA MMCA-2054.
Ruppli session personnel note: Muriel Smith (soprano vocals), June Hawkins (mezzo-soprano vocals), Luther Saxon (tenor vocal), Glenn Bryant (baritone vocal), Carlotta Franzell, Jessica Russell, Dick Montgomery, Randall Steplight (vocals), with Orchestra directed by Joseph Littau and Chorus directed by Robert Shaw.
Take Date and PlaceTakeStatusLabel Name/NumberFormatNote Hide Additional Titles
1/17/1944 New York, New York [A] Master Decca 40105 10-in.
1/17/1944 New York, New York [A] Master Decca [9-]91478 45-rpm
1/17/1944 New York, New York [A] Master Decca DL-8014 LP
1/17/1944 New York, New York [A] Master Decca DL-9021 LP

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Decca matrix 71681. Dis flower (Flower song) (Act 1-Scene 3) / Luther Saxon," accessed October 20, 2020, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/2000299898/71681-Dis_flower_Flower_song_Act_1-Scene_3.

Decca matrix 71681. Dis flower (Flower song) (Act 1-Scene 3) / Luther Saxon. (2020). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 20, 2020, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/2000299898/71681-Dis_flower_Flower_song_Act_1-Scene_3.

"Decca matrix 71681. Dis flower (Flower song) (Act 1-Scene 3) / Luther Saxon." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2020. Web. 20 October 2020.

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