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about the nearest supplier could be found by writing to:
McIntosh Music, 1213 Wyatt Building, Washington 5, D. C.
- MM101 LP 33-1/3 Gordon
Staples: A brilliantly executed violin recital featuring William Kroll's Banjo
and Fiddle, Pablo Sarasate's Maleguena, Serge Prokofiev's March
(The Love for Three Oranges), Karol Szymanowski's La Fontaine
d'Arethuse. Manuel de Falla's Danse Espagnole, and Claude
Debussy's Sonata (No. 3) for violin and piano. The piano
accompanist is George Silfies.
- MM102 LP 33-1/3 Charles T.
Chapman, carillonneur: Carillon music from the singing Tower of Luray,
Virginia in a selection of masterfully played Christmas and folk music
including Bells of St. Mary, Fairest Lord Jesus, Silent Night, French
Folk Songs, and Adeste Fidelis. A first in reproduction of an
instrument that has hitherto defied successful capture.
- MM103 LP 33-1/3 Paul
Olefsky: A violincello recital by a cellist who is a symbol of musical
worth to listeners and performing musicians alike. Included are Debussy's Sonata,
Faure's Apes un Reve, Senallie's Allegro Spiritoso.
DeFalla's Suite Populaire Espagnole, Frescobaldi's Toccata,
and Prokofiev's March (Music for Children). Goerge Silfies, piano
- MM104 LP 33-1/3 James MacInnes:
Chopin and Mozart revealed through the unencumbered vision of a young
pianist whose recent debut with Dmitri Mitropoulis and the New York
Philharmonic Orchestra aroused enthusiastic praise from New York critics.
Played are Chopin's Three Etudes (posthumous), and Polonaise-Fantasie
in A Flat (Opus 61), and Mozart's Sonata in D Major, Gigue in G
Major and Menuetto in D Major.
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