Victor matrix CSHQ-71693. Gurre-Lieder / Paul Althouse ; Philadelphia Orchestra ; Leopold Stokowski

TitleSource
Gurre-Lieder (Primary title)Disc label
Part 20 (Title part)Victor ledgers
Part 3—continued (Part name)Disc label
Gurrelieder (Uniform title)
Authors and ComposersNotes
Robert Franz Arnold (translator)
Arnold Schoenberg (composer)
J. P. Jacobsen (author)
Composer information source: Disc label; Victor ledgers.
PersonnelNotes Hide Additional Titles
Philadelphia Orchestra (Musical group)
Leopold Stokowski (director)
Paul Althouse (vocalist : tenor vocal)Disc label: [Portrays] Waldemeer.
Charles O'Connell (session supervisor)
  • Description: Orchestra and tenor vocal solo
  • Instrumentation: 18 first violins, 14 second violins, 13 violas, 11 cellos, 7 basses, 8 flutes, 5 oboes, 5 bassoons, 8 clarinets, 6 trumpets, 6 trombones, 10 horns, 2 tubas, 2 harps, and 7 percussion
  • Category: Vocal
  • Language: German
  • Master Size: 12-in.
  • Title Note: The translator is identified in Victor ledgers.
Notes
Victor ledgers: "Mr. Charles O'Connell, present." The instrumentation list in ledgers includes a librarian.
Source(s): Rigler-Deutsch Index; Victor blue history card; trade catalog; Victor ledgers; disc.
Take Date and PlaceTakeStatusLabel Name/NumberFormatNote Hide Additional Titles
4/8/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) 1 Hold
4/8/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [1]1R Destroy
4/11/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) 2 Destroy
4/11/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]1R Destroy
4/11/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]2R Unknown
4/11/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]3R Unknown
4/11/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]4R Unknown
4/11/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]5R Unknown
4/11/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]6R Master Victor 7534 12-in. From dub make 5/5/1932,
4/11/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]6R Master Victor 7544 12-in. From dub make 5/5/1932,
4/11/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]6R Master Victor 11-8068 12-in. From dub make 5/5/1932,
4/11/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]6R Master Gramophone DB-1779 12-in. From dub make 5/5/1932,
4/11/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]6R Master Gramophone DB-7299 12-in. From dub make 5/5/1932,
4/11/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]6R Master Gramophone 42-1243 (Not issued) 12-in. Gram. Co. face number.
5/5/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]6R Master RCA Victor LCT-6012 LP
5/5/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]6R Master RCA Victor AVM2-2017 LP
5/5/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]6R Master Andante 4978 Compact disc
5/5/1932 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Opera House (Broad and Poplar Sts.) [2]6R Master Pearl GEMM CDS 9066 Compact disc

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Victor matrix CSHQ-71693. Gurre-Lieder / Paul Althouse ; Philadelphia Orchestra ; Leopold Stokowski," accessed September 20, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/800037530/CSHQ-71693-Gurre-Lieder.

Victor matrix CSHQ-71693. Gurre-Lieder / Paul Althouse ; Philadelphia Orchestra ; Leopold Stokowski. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved September 20, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/800037530/CSHQ-71693-Gurre-Lieder.

"Victor matrix CSHQ-71693. Gurre-Lieder / Paul Althouse ; Philadelphia Orchestra ; Leopold Stokowski." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 20 September 2019.

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