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  1. Item: Original Orchestral/Instrumental Film Soundtracks on CD Location: Canberra (can ship outside Canberra) Price: as stated Item Condition: Excellent and Above  Reason for selling: no longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: For multiple items can save on shipping by not sending jewelcases, just discs and inserts with some insulating material. Let me know if you need track listings. Pictures: Send me a private message and I can forward images of cover art to your mobile. THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL (Bernard Herrmann) (Kritzerland, U.S., 2014) $10 Iconic score for this 1951 science fiction classic, with unconventional orchestration for the time (including electric string instruments, Hammond and electric organs and two theremins, one played by the legendary Samuel Hoffman). Remastered edition with additional tracks. Limited Edition which sold out almost immediately. SOLD LA DOLCE VITA (Nino Rota) (Sugar, Italy, 2012) $10 Mesmerizing music for Fellini's 1960 magnum opus. Typical of his work for the director, Rota interpolates many existing popular numbers. Remastered digipak edition. 1492 (Vangelis) (EastWest, Germany) $5 Richly textured music for Ridley Scott's 1992 movie featuring Gerard Depardieu as Christopher Columbus. The choral writing anticipates Vangelis' stunning approach to MYTHODEA. RESERVED FLESH + BLOOD (Basil Poledouris) (Intrada, U.S., 2010) $10 Magnificent symphonic score from the composer of the original CONAN THE BARBARIAN. Greatly expanded over the original LP & CD editions (with over 30 minutes of extra material). The bonus material has also much improved sound quality over the 2002 Expanded Edition on the Prometheus label. Limited Edition which sold out almost immediately. RESERVED THE IPCRESS FILE (John Barry) (Silva Screen, U.K., 2002) $10 Early jazz inflected score from the master. (The movie is not like the Bond pictures, and neither is the music.) Barry makes striking use of the cymbalom. The producers of this release supplemented the original album program with dialogue snippets. If you use the program function on your remote to edit them out, you won't lose any of the music. Remastered edition with different front cover art to the previous Decca/MCA editions. IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (Ernest Gold) (Kritzerland, U.S., 2011) $10 Adroit lesson on how to score a comedy from Oscar-winner Gold. Remastering of the program specially recorded by United Artists Records in the early '60's. With several bonus tracks. LAST TANGO IN PARIS (Gato Barbieri) (Varese Sarabande, U.S., 2004) $10 Hard to find edition at an affordable price. Not only does this contain the program specially recorded by the composer for United Artists Records in the early '70's but also a 27 minute suite of the original movie tracks arranged by Oliver Nelson. What a trip! RESERVED THE LEOPARD (IL GATTOPARDO) (Nino Rota) (Sugar, Italy, 2012) $10 Magnificent symphonic score for Luchino Visconti's 1963 masterpiece. (The titles music often gets played on ABC-FM, but here's a chance to own the original album program.) The first half is Rota's dramatic scoring, the second half consists of the dances he wrote for the closing ball scene. (Also included is a previously unpublished waltz by Giuseppe Verdi which premiered in the movie.) Remastered digipak edition with different front cover art. RESERVED THE MISFITS (Alex North) (Varese Sarabande, Germany, 2004) $5 The original United Artists soundtrack album only had about 14 minutes of North's score. (The other side consisted of miscellaneous, previously released material.) Now here we have an extended account, with over half an hour of previously unreleased music (including a 14 minute suite for the Round Up scene). One of the most brilliant musicians ever to write for the cinema! Front cover art is the same as for the local DVD edition. MY FATHER'S GLORY (LA GLOIRE DE MON PERE) + MY MOTHER'S CASTLE (LE CHATEAU DE MA MERE) (Vladimir Cosma) (DRG, Canada, 1991) $10 Marvellously lyrical music for some of the most evocative movies about childhood. Over an hour of music. THE PIANO (Michael Nyman) (Virgin, Germany, 2004) $5 This music hardly needs any introduction! Remastered digipak edition. POLTERGEIST II: THE OTHER SIDE (Jerry Goldsmith) (Varese Sarabande, U.S., 2004) $10 Eerie and majestic music from the genre master Goldsmith. Deluxe Edition, with over 30 minutes of music not contained on the 1986 LP and CD editions. SOLD RAMBO III (Jerry Goldsmith) (Intrada, U.S., 2005) $10 Virtually complete orchestral score (over 76 minutes!), almost three times as much as the amount of Goldsmith which appeared on the original 1988 Scotti Brothers soundtrack album. This is a remastered edition of Intrada's earlier incarnation, with different front cover art. RIO CONCHOS (Jerry Goldsmith) (Kritzerland, U.S., 2014) $10 Exciting early western score from this master composer. Original film tracks (not to be confused with the 1989 re-recording which Goldsmith recorded in London with the London Symphony) with vastly improved sound quality over the previous release. Limited Edition which sold out quickly. SOLD ROCCO AND HIS BROTHERS (ROCCO E I SUOI FRATELLI) (Nino Rota) (Sugar, Italy, 2012) $10 Masterly Rota score for one of Luchino Visconti's finest films. Remastered digipak edition.
  2. Item: Classical CDs Location: Canberra (can ship outside Canberra) Price: $5 each (except whether otherwise stated) Item Condition: Discs play perfectly (some playing surfaces may have slight signs of use, some look unplayed, several are still sealed) Reason for selling: no longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: let me know if you need further information or images of cover art (Label/country where actually pressed, if known/year pressed) MALCOLM ARNOLD: Symphonies # 1 + 2 (London Symphony/Hickox) (Chandos, Austria, 1995) BARBER: Symphony # 2 + Adagio for Strings + Essay # 1 + Shelley Scene (NZ Symphony/Schenck) (Stradivari, U.S., 1988) BERLIOZ: Harold in Italy + 2 Overtures (Montreal Symphony/Dutoit) (London, U.S., 1988) BERLIOZ: Overtures + Queen Mab Scherzo + SAINT-SAENS: Omphale’s Spinning Wheel (Boston Symphony/Munch) (RCA, U.S., 1993) [Recorded between 1957 and 1961] BERLIOZ: Symphonie Fantastique + “Free Judges” Overture (Chicago Symphony/Solti) (London, U.S., 1991) [Recorded in 1972 and 1974] BLISS: Colour Symphony + Enchantress + Cello Concerto (Finnie/Wallfisch/Ulster/Handley) (Chandos, Germany, 1997) [Recorded in 1986 and 1989] BLOCH: “America” Rhapsody + Concerto Grosso # 1 (Michaelian/Seattle Symphony & Chorale/Schwarz) (Delos, U.S., 1994) GEORGE BOHM: Keyboard Works (Leonhardt) (Sony, U.S., 1993) BRAHMS: 4 Symphonies, etc. (Scottish Chamber/Mackerras) (Teldec, U.S., 1997) $10 [4 disc set] BRAHMS: Symphony # 1 +SCHUMANN: “Manfred” Overture (Los Angeles Philharmonic/Giulini) (Deutsche Grammophon, U.S., 1989) [Recorded in 1981] BRAHMS: Violin Concerto (Mullova/Berlin Philharmonic/Abbado) (Philips, Germany, 1994) BRUCKNER: Symphony # 4 [“Romantic”] (Cincinnati Symphony/Lopez-Cobos) (Telarc, U.S., 1990) BRUCKNER: Symphony # 5 (Berlin Philharmonic/Barenboim) (Teldec, Germany, 1992) BRUCKNER: Symphony # 7 (Cincinnati Symphony/Lopez-Cobos) (Telarc, U.S., 1989) CANTELOUBE: Songs of the Auvergne (Macliver/Queensland Symphony/Kelly) (ABC, Australia, 2006) CHOPIN: Piano Concertos # 1 + 2 (Ax/Philadelphia/Ormandy) (RCA, U.S., 1991) [Recorded in 1978 and 1980] RON COOLEY: The Ancient and the Infant (American Gramaphone, U.S., 1988) COPLAND: Appalachian Spring + Rodeo + Common Man Fanfare (Atlanta Symphony/Lane) (Telarc, U.S.) [Recorded in 1982] COPLAND: Appalachian Spring + Lincoln Portrait + Billy the Kid (Henry Fonda/London Symphony/Copland) (CBS, U.S., 1988) [Recorded between 1968 and 1972] COPLAND: Organ Symphony + Dance Symphony + Short Symphony + Orchestral Variations (St Louis Symphony/Slatkin) (RCA, Germany, 1996) COPLAND: Symphony # 3 + Organ Symphony (Biggs/New York Philharmonic/Bernstein) (Sony, U.S., 1997) [Recorded in 1966 and 1967] SOLD COPLAND: Tender Land + Appalachian Spring (soloists/Third Angle New Music Ensemble/Sidlin) (Koch, U.S., 1997) CORELLI: Violin Sonatas, Op. 5 (Trio Sonnerie w/Nigel North) (Musical Heritage Society, U.S., 1991) $10 [2 disc set] SOLD LOUIS COUPERIN: Suites & Pavanes (Leonhardt) (Harmonia Mundi, U.S., 1990) [Recorded in 1979] SOLD DEBUSSY: Jeux + Khamma + Spring + Afternoon of a Faun (Finnish Radio Symphony/Saraste) (Virgin, Germany, 1993) DELIUS: Miniatures (English Northern Sinfonia/Hickox) (EMI, Germany, 1986) DELIUS: Song Before Sunrise + Summer Night on River + 2 Aquarelles, etc. (Bournemouth Sinfonietta/Del Mar) (Chandos, U.K.., 1990) [Recorded in 1977] JOHN DOWNEY: Double Bass Concerto + Discourse + Declamations, etc. (soloists/London Symphony/Simon) (Cala, U.K., 1992) ELGAR: Falstaff + Enigma Variations (Royal Scottish National/Gibson) (Chandos, Germany, 1985) [Recorded in 1978] FALLA: Nights in the Gardens of Spain + Love the Magician + 3 Cornered Hat (3 Dances) (soloists/London Symphony/Mata) (RCA, Germany, 1995) [Recorded in 1976 and 1977] SOLD FALLA: 3 Cornered Hat (complete) + Homenajes, etc. (Quivar/Cincinnati Symphony/Lopez-Cobos) (Telarc, U.S., 1987) SOLD GADE: Symphonies # 1 + 8 (Stockholm Sinfonietta/Jarvi) (BIS, Austria, 1986) GLAZOUNOV: Symphonies # 4 + 5 (USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony/Rozhdestvensky) (Melodiya, Australia) SOLD EUGENE GOOSSENS: Piano Works (Gray) (ABC, Australia, 1997) GOUNOD: Symphonies # 1 + 2 (St Johns, Smith Square/Lubbock) (ASV, U.K., 1996) GRAINGER: Orchestral Works (Melbourne Symphony/Simon) (ABC, Australia, 1990) ASGER HAMERIK : Symphonies # 1 + 2 (Helsingborg Symphony/Dausgaard) (Da Capo, U.S., 1997) HANSON : Symphonies # 3 + 6, etc. (Rosenberger/Seattle Symphony/New York Chamber Symphony/Schwarz) (Delos, U.S., 1990) HANSON : Symphonies # 5 & 7 + Piano Concerto, etc. (Rosenberger/Seattle Symphony & Chorale /Schwarz) (Delos, U.S., 1992) J.P.E. HARTMANN: Symphonies # 1 + 2 (Danish National Radio Symphony/Dausgaard) (Da Capo, Germany, 1996) ALFRED HILL: Symphonies # 5 + 10, etc. (Queensland Symphony/Lehmann) (Marco Polo, Germany, 1999) HOLST: Planets (New York Philharmonic/Mehta) (Teldec, Germany, 1990) SOLD HOVHANESS: String Quartets 1-4 + 4 Bagatelles, etc. (Shanghai String Quartet) (Delos, U.S., 1994) SOLD IVES: Symphony # 3 + 3 Places in New England + Central Park in the Dark, etc. (St Louis Symphony/Slatkin) (RCA, U.S., 1992) JANACEK: Suite for Strings + On an Overgrown Path + Idyll for String Orchestra (London Jupiter/Rose) (Chandos, Austria, 1993) KALIVODA: Symphonies # 5 + 6 (Pilsen Radio/Malat) (Centaur, Czech Republic, 1992) LANGGAARD: Symphonies # 4 + 5 + 6 (Danish Radio Symphony/Jarvi) (Chandos, Germany, 1992) LISZT: Symphonic Poems (Berlin Philharmonic/Mehta) (Sony, U.S., 1997) ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER: Variations (Julian Lloyd Webber) + WILLIAM LLOYD WEBBER: Aurora (London Philharmonic/Maazel) (Philips, Germany, 1986) MARTINU: Symphonies # 1 + 5 (Royal Scottish National/Thomson) (Chandos, Germany, 1991) MEHUL: Symphonies # 1-4 + 2 Overtures (Gulbenkian/Swierczewski) (Nimbus, U.S., 1989) $10 [2 disc set] MENDELSSOHN: Early Symphonies # 7 + 9 + 10 (Gewandhaus Leipzig/Masur) (Berlin Classics, Germany, 1993) [Recorded in 1971] MIASKOWSKY: Symphony # 3 + Lyric Concertino (USSR Symphony/Verbitzky) (Melodiya, Germany, 1993) NIELSEN: Symphony # 2 + “Aladdin” Suite (Gothenburg Symphony/Chung) (BIS, Germany, 1983) NIELSEN: Symphonies # 3 + 6 (Swedish Radio Symphony/Salonen) (Sony, Austria, 1993) RESPIGHI: Church Windows + Brazilian Impressions (Philharmonia/Simon) (Chandos, Germany, 1984) RESPIGHI: Pines of Rome + Birds + Fountains of Rome (Atlanta Symphony/Lane) (Telarc, U.S.) [Recorded in 1983 and 1984] RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Symphonies # 1 + 2 [“Antar”] (Russian State Symphony/Svetlanov) (RCA, Germany, 1994) RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Symphony # 3 (USSR Symphony/Svetlanov) (Melodiya, Australia) [Recorded in 1983] POUL RUDERS: Symphony + Gong + Thus Saw St John, etc. (Danish National Radio Symphony/Segerstam) (Chandos, Austria, 1993) SATIE: Piano Music (Pontinen) (BIS, Japan, 1986) SOLD SCHEIBE: Sinfonias (Concerto Copenhagen/Manze) (Chandos, Germany, 1994) SCHMELZER: Sonatas + French Ballet (Tafelmusik/Lamon) (Sony, U.S., 1993) SOLD SCHOENBERG: Suite + Wind Quintet (London Sinfonietta/Atherton) (Decca, Germany, 1992) [Recorded in 1973 and 1974] SCHUBERT: “Arpeggione” Sonata + “Die Schone Mullerin” Variations, etc. (Galway/Moll) (RCA, Japan, 1984) SCHUBERT: Rosamunde (Complete) (von Otter/Ernst-Senff Choir/European Chamber/Abbado) (Deutsche Grammophon, Germany, 1991) SCHUMANN: Symphonies # 3 + 4 (Bavarian Radio Symphony/Kubelik) (Sony, Austria, 2001) [Recorded in 1978 and 1979] SCRIABIN: Poem of Ecstasy (Ashkenazy/Cleveland/Maazel) + Piano Concerto + Prometheus (Ashkenazy/Ambrosian Singers/London Philharmonic/Maazel) (Decca, Germany, 1989) [Recorded in 1971 and 1978] SOLD SIBELIUS: Symphony # 2 + Finlandia (New York Philharmonic/Mehta) (Teldec, Germany, 1990) ROBERT SIMPSON: Symphonies # 3 + 5 (Royal Philharmonic/Handley) (Hyperion, U.K., 1994) SOLER: 6 Concertos for 2 Organs (Mathot/Koopman) (Erato, U.S., 1992) STANFORD: Symphony # 5 + Irish Rhapsody # 4 (Ulster/Handley) (Chandos, Austria, 1988) STANLEY: 6 Organ Concertos, op. 10 (Gifford/Northern Sinfonia/Gifford) (CRD, Japan) [Recorded in 1979] RICHARD STRAUSS: Also Sprach Zarathustra + Don Juan _ Der Burger als Edelmann (Chicago Symphony/Reiner) (Sony, Austria, 2010) [Recorded in 1954 and 1956] SOLD RICHARD STRAUSS: Symphonic Music from Operas (Berlin Philharmonic/Mehta) (Sony, U.S., 1993) STRAVINSKY: Firebird + Rite of Spring (Philharmonia/Salonen) (Sony, U.K., 2002) [Recorded in 1988 and 1989] SOLD SZYMANOWSKI: Symphonies # 2 (Musial/Polish Radio Symphony/Kasprzyk) + 3 [“Song of Night”], etc. (Ochman/Polish Radio National Symphony & Chorus/Semkov) (EMI, Holland, 1994) [Recorded in 1979 and 1981] SZYMANOWSKI: Works for Violin and Piano (Hoelscher/Beroff) (EMI, Holland, 1994) [Recorded in 1982] SOLD TAKEMITSU: To the Edge of Dream + 12 Songs for Guitar (excerpt) + Folios, etc. (Williams/London Sinfonietta/Salonen) (Sony, Austria, 1991) SOLD TANEYEV: String Quartets # 8 + 9 (Leningrad Taneyev Quartet) (Melodiya, Australia) TELEMANN: Violin and Viola Concertos (Peabody/Philharmonia Virtuosi/Kapp) (ESS.A.Y., Canada, 1991) VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Symphony # 1 [“Sea Symphony”] (soloists/Royal Liverpool Philharmonic & Choir/Handley) (EMI, U.K., 1988) SOLD VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Symphony # 2 [“London”] + Lark Ascending (Griffiths/Royal Philharmonic/Previn) (Telarc, Japan, 1987) SOLD VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Symphonies # 7 [“Sinfonia Antarctica”] + 8 (London Symphony/Previn) (RCA, Germany, 1990) [Recorded in 1967 and 1968] SOLD VERDI: Preludes, Overtures and Ballet Music (BBC Philharmonic/Downes) (Chandos, Austria, 1997) VILLA-LOBOS: Bachianas Brasileiras # 4 + 5 + 7 + 9, etc. (Fleming/BBC Singers/New World Symphony/Tilson Thomas) (RCA, U.S., 1996) WALTON: Symphony # 1, etc. (Royal Philharmonic/Previn) (Telarc, Japan, 1987) WALTON: Symphony # 1 + Portsmouth Point Overture (London Philharmonic/Slatkin) (Virgin, Germany, 1994) [Recorded in 1987] “SHARON ISBIN: JOURNEY TO THE AMAZON” (Teldec, Germany, 1997) “SHARON ISBIN: DREAMS OF A WORLD” (Teldec, Germany, 1999) CHRISTOPHER ROUSE + TAN DUN: Guitar Concertos (Isbin/Gulbenkian/Tang) (Teldec, U.S., 2001) SOLD RODRIGO: Concerto de Aranjuez + VILLA-LOBOS: Guitar Concerto + PONCE: Concerto of South (Isbin/New York Philharmonic/Serebrier) (Warner Classics, Germany, 2004) "JOHN WILLIAMS: SEVILLE CONCERT" (Sony, Australia, 1993) SOLD
  3. Item: Original Orchestral/Instrumental Film Scores on CD Location: Canberra (can ship outside Canberra) Price: as stated Item Condition: Excellent and Above  Reason for selling: no longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: For multiple items can save on shipping by not sending jewelcases, just discs and inserts with some insulating material. Let me know if you need track listings. Pictures: Send me a private message and I can forward images of cover art to your mobile. THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL (Bernard Herrmann) (Kritzerland, U.S., 2014) $10 Iconic score for this 1951 science fiction classic, with unconventional orchestration for the time (including electric string instruments, Hammond and electric organs and two theremins, one played by the legendary Samuel Hoffman). Remastered edition with additional tracks. Limited Edition which sold out almost immediately. LA DOLCE VITA (Nino Rota) (Sugar, Italy, 2012) $10 Mesmerizing music for Fellini's 1960 magnum opus. Typical of his work for the director, Rota interpolates many existing popular numbers. Remastered digipak edition. 1492 (Vangelis) (EastWest, Germany) $5 Richly textured music for Ridley Scott's 1992 movie featuring Gerard Depardieu as Christopher Columbus. The choral writing anticipates Vangelis' stunning approach to MYTHODEA. FLESH + BLOOD (Basil Poledouris) (Intrada, U.S., 2010) $10 Magnificent symphonic score from the composer of the original CONAN THE BARBARIAN. Greatly expanded over the original LP & CD editions (with over 30 minutes of extra material). The bonus material has also much improved sound quality over the 2002 Expanded Edition on the Prometheus label. Limited Edition which sold out almost immediately. THE IPCRESS FILE (John Barry) (Silva Screen, U.K., 2002) $10 Early jazz inflected score from the master. (The movie is not like the Bond pictures, and neither is the music.) Barry makes striking use of the cymbalom. The producers of this release supplemented the original album program with dialogue snippets. If you use the program function on your remote to edit them out, you won't lose any of the music. Remastered edition with different front cover art to the previous Decca/MCA editions. IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (Ernest Gold) (Kritzerland, U.S., 2011) $10 Adroit lesson on how to score a comedy from Oscar-winner Gold. Remastering of the program specially recorded by United Artists Records in the early '60's. With several bonus tracks. LAST TANGO IN PARIS (Gato Barbieri) (Varese Sarabande, U.S., 2004) $10 Hard to find edition at an affordable price. Not only does this contain the program specially recorded by the composer for United Artists Records in the early '70's but also a 27 minute suite of the original movie tracks arranged by Oliver Nelson. What a trip! THE LEOPARD (IL GATTOPARDO) (Nino Rota) (Sugar, Italy, 2012) $10 Magnificent symphonic score for Luchino Visconti's 1963 masterpiece. (The titles music often gets played on ABC-FM, but here's a chance to own the original album program.) The first half is Rota's dramatic scoring, the second half consists of the dances he wrote for the closing ball scene. (Also included is a previously unpublished waltz by Giuseppe Verdi which premiered in the movie.) Remastered digipak edition with different front cover art. THE MISFITS (Alex North) (Varese Sarabande, Germany, 2004) $5 The original United Artists soundtrack album only had about 14 minutes of North's score. (The other side consisted of miscellaneous, previously released material.) Now here we have an extended account, with over half an hour of previously unreleased music (including a 14 minute suite for the Round Up scene). One of the most brilliant musicians ever to write for the cinema! Front cover art is the same as for the local DVD edition. MY FATHER'S GLORY (LA GLOIRE DE MON PERE) + MY MOTHER'S CASTLE (LE CHATEAU DE MA MERE) (Vladimir Cosma) (DRG, Canada, 1991) $10 Marvellously lyrical music for some of the most evocative movies about childhood. Over an hour of music. THE PIANO (Michael Nyman) (Virgin, Germany, 2004) $5 This music hardly needs any introduction! Remastered digipak edition. POLTERGEIST II: THE OTHER SIDE (Jerry Goldsmith) (Varese Sarabande, U.S., 2004) $10 Eerie and majestic music from the genre master Goldsmith. Deluxe Edition, with over 30 minutes of music not contained on the 1986 LP and CD editions. RAMBO III (Jerry Goldsmith) (Intrada, U.S., 2005) $10 Virtually complete orchestral score (over 76 minutes!), almost three times as much as the amount of Goldsmith which appeared on the original 1988 Scotti Brothers soundtrack album. This is a remastered edition of Intrada's earlier incarnation, with different front cover art. RIO CONCHOS (Jerry Goldsmith) (Kritzerland, U.S., 2014) $10 Exciting early western score from this master composer. Original film tracks (not to be confused with the 1989 re-recording which Goldsmith recorded in London with the London Symphony) with vastly improved sound quality over the previous release. Limited Edition which sold out quickly. ROCCO AND HIS BROTHERS (ROCCO E I SUOI FRATELLI) (Nino Rota) (Sugar, Italy, 2012) $10 Masterly Rota score for one of Luchino Visconti's finest films. Remastered digipak edition.
  4. Item: Classical CDs Location: Canberra (can ship outside Canberra) Price: $5 each (except whether otherwise stated) Item Condition: Discs play perfectly (some playing surfaces may have slight signs of use, some look unplayed, several are still sealed) Reason for selling: no longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: (Label/country where actually pressed (if known)/year pressed)Item: Classical CDs HANS ABRAHAMSEN: Marchenbilder + Song in Fall + Winter Night (Kampen/London Sinfonietta/Howarth) (Da Capo, Germany, 1997) JOHN ADAMS: Hoodoo Zephyr (Adams) (Elektra Nonesuch, U.S., 1993) HUGO ALFVEN: Symphony # 1 + Legend of Skerries (Swedish Radio Symphony/Westerberg) (Swedish Society, Japan, 1986) [Recorded in 1967 and 1972] SOLD MALCOLM ARNOLD: Symphonies # 1 + 2 (London Symphony/Hickox) (Chandos, Austria, 1995) J.S. BACH: Art of the Fugue (Musica Antiqua Cologne/Goebel) (Archiv, U.S.) [Recorded in 1984] SOLD J.S. BACH: Prelude in G Major + Sonata in E Minor + Prelude & Fugue in D Major, etc. (Oortmessen) (Denon, Japan, 1985) SOLD J.S. BACH: Keyboard Concertos (soloists/”Classic Music Studio” St Petersburg/Titov) (Infinity, U.S., 1994) SOLD J.S. BACH: Harpsichord Works (Cole) (Virgin, Germany, 1988) SOLD J.S. BACH: Live in St Petersburg Recital (Tureck) (Ermitage, Italy, 1996) SOLD BALAKIREV: Symphonies # 1 & 2 + Russia + Tamara + Russian Overture (Philharmonia/Svetlanov) (Hyperion, U.K., 1992) $10 [2 disc set] SOLD BARBER: Symphony # 2 + Adagio for Strings + Essay # 1 + Shelley Scene (NZ Symphony/Schenck) (Stradivari, U.S., 1988) BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto # 3 (Haskil/Concerts Lamoureux/Markevitch) + Piano Sonata # 18 (Haskil) (Philips, Germany, 1992) [Recorded in 1959 and 1960] SOLD BEETHOVEN: Clarinet Trio + Septet (Nash Ensemble) (Virgin, Holland, 1994) SOLD BEETHOVEN: String Quartets # 10 + 11 (Moscow String Quartet) (Finer Arts, U.S., 1996) SOLD BEETHOVEN: Violin Sonatas # 9 [“Kreutzer”] + 5 [“Spring”] (Zehetmair/Frager) (Teldec, Germany, 1992) [Recorded in 1985] SOLD BERLIOZ: Harold in Italy + 2 Overtures (Montreal Symphony/Dutoit) (London, U.S., 1988) BERLIOZ: Overtures + Queen Mab Scherzo + SAINT-SAENS: Omphale’s Spinning Wheel (Boston Symphony/Munch) (RCA, U.S., 1993) [Recorded between 1957 and 1961] BERLIOZ: Symphonie Fantastique + “Free Judges” Overture (Chicago Symphony/Solti) (London, U.S., 1991) [Recorded in 1972 and 1974] BERLIOZ: Symphonie Fantastique (Revolutionary and Romantic/Gardiner) (Philips, Germany, 1993) SOLD BIZET: “Carmen” Suites 1 & 2 + “L’Arlesienne” Suites 1 & 2 + PONCHIELLI : Dance of Hours (Philadelphia/Ormandy) (Sony, Austria, 1992) [Recorded between 1958 and 1964] SOLD BLISS: Colour Symphony + Enchantress + Cello Concerto (Finnie/Wallfisch/Ulster/Handley) (Chandos, Germany, 1997) [Recorded in 1986 and 1989] BLOCH: “America” Rhapsody + Concerto Grosso # 1 (Michaelian/Seattle Symphony & Chorale/Schwarz) (Delos, U.S., 1994) GEORGE BOHM: Keyboard Works (Leonhardt) (Sony, U.S., 1993) BRAHMS: 4 Symphonies, etc. (Scottish Chamber/Mackerras) (Teldec, U.S., 1997) $10 [4 disc set] BRAHMS: Symphony # 1 +SCHUMANN: “Manfred” Overture (Los Angeles Philharmonic/Giulini) (Deutsche Grammophon, U.S., 1989) [Recorded in 1981] BRAHMS: Violin Concerto (Mullova/Berlin Philharmonic/Abbado) (Philips, Germany, 1994) BRITTEN: 3 Suites for Solo Cello (Thedeen) (BIS, Germany, 1989) SOLD BRUCH: 4 Concerto Pieces for Cello & Orchestra + Double Concerto (soloists/SWF Symphony Baden-Baden/Boder) (Aurophon, Germany, 1992) [Recorded in 1989] SOLD BRUCKNER: Symphony # 4 [“Romantic”] (Cincinnati Symphony/Lopez-Cobos) (Telarc, U.S., 1990) BRUCKNER: Symphony # 5 (Berlin Philharmonic/Barenboim) (Teldec, Germany, 1992) BRUCKNER: Symphony # 7 (Cincinnati Symphony/Lopez-Cobos) (Telarc, U.S., 1989) CANTELOUBE: Songs of the Auvergne (Macliver/Queensland Symphony/Kelly) (ABC, Australia, 2006) CHOPIN: Piano Concertos # 1 + 2 (Ax/Philadelphia/Ormandy) (RCA, U.S., 1991) [Recorded in 1978 and 1980] RON COOLEY: The Ancient and the Infant (American Gramaphone, U.S., 1988) COPLAND: Appalachian Spring + El Salon Mexico, etc. (New York Philharmonic/Bernstein) (CBS, U.S.) [Recorded between 1962 and 1967] SOLD COPLAND: Appalachian Spring + Rodeo + Common Man Fanfare (Atlanta Symphony/Lane) (Telarc, U.S.) [Recorded in 1982] COPLAND: Appalachian Spring + Lincoln Portrait + Billy the Kid (Henry Fonda/London Symphony/Copland) (CBS, U.S., 1988) [Recorded between 1968 and 1972] COPLAND: Organ Symphony + Dance Symphony + Short Symphony + Orchestral Variations (St Louis Symphony/Slatkin) (RCA, Germany, 1996) COPLAND: Symphony # 3 + Organ Symphony (Biggs/New York Philharmonic/Bernstein) (Sony, U.S., 1997) [Recorded in 1966 and 1967] COPLAND: Tender Land + Appalachian Spring (soloists/Third Angle New Music Ensemble/Sidlin) (Koch, U.S., 1997) CORELLI: Violin Sonatas, Op. 5 (Trio Sonnerie w/Nigel North) (Musical Heritage Society, U.S., 1991) $10 [2 disc set] LOUIS COUPERIN: Suites & Pavanes (Leonhardt) (Harmonia Mundi, U.S., 1990) [Recorded in 1979] DEBUSSY: Jeux + Khamma + Spring + Afternoon of a Faun (Finnish Radio Symphony/Saraste) (Virgin, Germany, 1993) DELIUS: Miniatures (English Northern Sinfonia/Hickox) (EMI, Germany, 1986) DELIUS: Song Before Sunrise + Summer Night on River + 2 Aquarelles, etc. (Bournemouth Sinfonietta/Del Mar) (Chandos, U.K.., 1990) [Recorded in 1977] JOHN DOWNEY: Double Bass Concerto + Discourse + Declamations, etc. (soloists/London Symphony/Simon) (Cala, U.K., 1992) DVORAK: Complete Symphonic Poems (Royal Scottish National/Jarvi) (Chandos, Germany, 1999) [Recorded in 1986 and 1987] $10 [2 disc set] SOLD DVORAK: 2 Serenades (Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields/Marriner) (Philips, Germany, 1982) SOLD DVORAK: Slavonic Dances (Cleveland/Dohnanyi) (Decca, Germany, 1990) SOLD DVORAK: Symphony # 5 + Water Goblin (Royal Scottish National/Jarvi) (Chandos, Germany, 1987) SOLD DVORAK: Symphonies # 7 + 8 (Oslo Philharmonic/Jansons) (EMI, U.S., 1993) SOLD DVORAK: Symphony # 9 [“From the New World”] (Vienna Philharmonic/Kondrashin) + American Suite (Royal Philharmonic/Dorati) (Decca, Germany, 1990) [Recorded in 1979 and 1983] SOLD ELGAR: Falstaff + Enigma Variations (Royal Scottish National/Gibson) (Chandos, Germany, 1985) [Recorded in 1978] ELGAR: Symphony # 1 + Pomp & Circumstance Marches # 1 & 3 & 4 (BBC Symphony/Andrew Davis) (Teldec, Germany, 1991) SOLD FALLA: Nights in the Gardens of Spain + Love the Magician + 3 Cornered Hat (3 Dances) (soloists/London Symphony/Mata) (RCA, Germany, 1995) [Recorded in 1976 and 1977] FALLA: 3 Cornered Hat (complete) + Homenajes, etc. (Quivar/Cincinnati Symphony/Lopez-Cobos) (Telarc, U.S., 1987) FRANCK: Symphony in D Minor + Accursed Huntsman (Cincinnati Symphony/Lopez-Cobos) (Telarc, U.S., 1990) SOLD GADE: Symphonies # 1 + 8 (Stockholm Sinfonietta/Jarvi) (BIS, Austria, 1986) GLAZOUNOV: Symphonies # 4 + 5 (USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony/Rozhdestvensky) (Melodiya, Australia) EUGENE GOOSSENS: Piano Works (Gray) (ABC, Australia, 1997) GOUNOD: Symphonies # 1 + 2 (St Johns, Smith Square/Lubbock) (ASV, U.K., 1996) GRAINGER: Orchestral Works (Melbourne Symphony/Simon) (ABC, Australia, 1990) GRIEG: 4 Symphonic Dances + “Peer Gynt” Suite # 1 + Sigurd Jorsalfar, etc. (Ulster/Handley) (Chandos, Switzerland, 1987) SOLD ASGER HAMERIK : Symphonies # 1 + 2 (Helsingborg Symphony/Dausgaard) (Da Capo, U.S., 1997) HANSON : Symphonies # 3 + 6, etc. (Rosenberger/Seattle Symphony/New York Chamber Symphony/Schwarz) (Delos, U.S., 1990) HANSON : Symphonies # 5 & 7 + Piano Concerto, etc. (Rosenberger/Seattle Symphony & Chorale /Schwarz) (Delos, U.S., 1992) J.P.E. HARTMANN: Symphonies # 1 + 2 (Danish National Radio Symphony/Dausgaard) (Da Capo, Germany, 1996) HAYDN: Organ Concertos # 1 & 2 & 3 + HANDEL: Organ Concerto # 13 (de Klerk/Amsterdam Chamber/Rieu) (Sony, Austria, 1991) [Recorded in 1966 and 1967] SOLD HAYDN: String Quartet, Op. 74 (Endellion String Quartet) (Virgin, Germany, 1994) [Recorded in 1989] SOLD HAYDN: Symphonies # 31 + 59 + 73 (Concentus Musicus Vienna/Harnoncourt) (Teldec, Germany, 1994) SOLD ALFRED HILL: Symphonies # 5 + 10, etc. (Queensland Symphony/Lehmann) (Marco Polo, Germany, 1999) HOLST: Planets (New York Philharmonic/Mehta) (Teldec, Germany, 1990) HOVHANESS: String Quartets 1-4 + 4 Bagatelles, etc. (Shanghai String Quartet) (Delos, U.S., 1994) IVES: Symphony # 3 + 3 Places in New England + Central Park in the Dark, etc. (St Louis Symphony/Slatkin) (RCA, U.S., 1992) JANACEK: Suite for Strings + On an Overgrown Path + Idyll for String Orchestra (London Jupiter/Rose) (Chandos, Austria, 1993) KALIVODA: Symphonies # 5 + 6 (Pilsen Radio/Malat) (Centaur, Czech Republic, 1992) LANGGAARD: Symphonies # 4 + 5 + 6 (Danish Radio Symphony/Jarvi) (Chandos, Germany, 1992) LISZT: Symphonic Poems (Berlin Philharmonic/Mehta) (Sony, U.S., 1997) ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER: Variations (Julian Lloyd Webber) + WILLIAM LLOYD WEBBER: Aurora (London Philharmonic/Maazel) (Philips, Germany, 1986) MAHLER: Symphony # 5 (Melbourne Symphony/Stenz) (ABC, Australia, 2003) SOLD MARTINU: Symphonies # 1 + 5 (Royal Scottish National/Thomson) (Chandos, Germany, 1991) MEHUL: Symphonies # 1-4 + 2 Overtures (Gulbenkian/Swierczewski) (Nimbus, U.S., 1989) $10 [2 disc set] MENDELSSOHN: Early Symphonies # 7 + 9 + 10 (Gewandhaus Leipzig/Masur) (Berlin Classics, Germany, 1993) [Recorded in 1971] MENDELSSOHN: Violin Concertos, etc. (Seiler/London Sinfonia/Hickox) (Virgin, Holland, 1995) SOLD MIASKOWSKY: Symphony # 3 + Lyric Concertino (USSR Symphony/Verbitzky) (Melodiya, Germany, 1993) MOZART: 4 Flute Quartets + Adagio & Rondo in C Major (Grauwels/Brussels Virtuosi) (Hyperion, U.K., 1990) SOLD MOZART: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik + “Posthorn” Serenade (Prague Chamber/Mackerras) (Telarc, Japan, 1985) SOLD MOZART: Symphonies # 31 [„Paris“] + 33 (Royal Concertgebouw/Harnoncourt) (Teldec, Japan, 1983) SOLD MOZART : Symphonies # 34 + 35 [‘ Prague’] (Royal Concertgebouw/Harnoncourt) (Teldec, Germany, 1983) SOLD MOZART: Symphonies # 40 + 41 [‘Jupiter’] (Warsaw Sinfonia/Menuhin) (Virgin, Germany, 1994) [Recorded in 1989] SOLD MUSSORGSKY: Pictures at an Exhibition + Night on Bald Mountain (New York Philharmonic/Bernstein) (CBS, U.S.) [Recorded in 1959 and 1966] SOLD NIELSEN: Symphony # 2 + “Aladdin” Suite (Gothenburg Symphony/Chung) (BIS, Germany, 1983) NIELSEN: Symphonies # 3 + 6 (Swedish Radio Symphony/Salonen) (Sony, Austria, 1993) PROKOFIEV: Prodigal Son + Divertimento + Symphony Song, etc. (Royal Scottish National/Jarvi) (Chandos, U.K., 1989) SOLD PROKOFIEV: “War and Peace” Suite + “Duenna” Suite + Russian Overture (Philharmonia/Jarvi) (Chandos, Austria, 1992) SOLD RESPIGHI: Church Windows + Brazilian Impressions (Philharmonia/Simon) (Chandos, Germany, 1984) RESPIGHI: Pines of Rome + Birds + Fountains of Rome (Atlanta Symphony/Lane) (Telarc, U.S.) [Recorded in 1983 and 1984] RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Symphonies # 1 + 2 [“Antar”] (Russian State Symphony/Svetlanov) (RCA, Germany, 1994) RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Symphony # 3 (USSR Symphony/Svetlanov) (Melodiya, Australia) [Recorded in 1983] POUL RUDERS: Symphony + Gong + Thus Saw St John, etc. (Danish National Radio Symphony/Segerstam) (Chandos, Austria, 1993) SATIE: Piano Music (Pontinen) (BIS, Japan, 1986) DOMENICO SCARLATTI: 18 Sonatas (Thornburgh) (Koch, Austria, 1990) SOLD SCHEIBE: Sinfonias (Concerto Copenhagen/Manze) (Chandos, Germany, 1994) SCHMELZER: Sonatas + French Ballet (Tafelmusik/Lamon) (Sony, U.S., 1993) SCHOENBERG: Suite + Wind Quintet (London Sinfonietta/Atherton) (Decca, Germany, 1992) [Recorded in 1973 and 1974] SCHUBERT: “Arpeggione” Sonata + “Die Schone Mullerin” Variations, etc. (Galway/Moll) (RCA, Japan, 1984) SCHUBERT: Rosamunde (Complete) (von Otter/Ernst-Senff Choir/European Chamber/Abbado) (Deutsche Grammophon, Germany, 1991) SCRIABIN: Poem of Ecstasy (Ashkenazy/Cleveland/Maazel) + Piano Concerto + Prometheus (Ashkenazy/Ambrosian Singers/London Philharmonic/Maazel) (Decca, Germany, 1989) [Recorded in 1971 and 1978] SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphonies # 2 & 3 + Age of Gold (London Philharmonic & Choir/Haitink) (London, Germany, 1987) [Recorded in 1979 and 1981] SOLD SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 5 (Stockholm Philharmonic/Ahronovitch) (BIS, U.K., 1987) SOLD SIBELIUS: “Lemminkainen” Suite (Gothenburg Symphony/Jarvi) (BIS, Germany, 1985) SOLD SIBELIUS: Symphony # 2 (Berlin Philharmonic/Kamu) + “Karelia” Suite (Helsinki Radio Symphony/Kamu) (Deutsche Grammophon, Germany, 1995) [Recorded in 1970 and 1975] SOLD SIBELIUS: Symphony # 2 + Finlandia (New York Philharmonic/Mehta) (Teldec, Germany, 1990) ROBERT SIMPSON: Symphonies # 3 + 5 (Royal Philharmonic/Handley) (Hyperion, U.K., 1994) SOLER: 6 Concertos for 2 Organs (Mathot/Koopman) (Erato, U.S., 1992) STANFORD: Symphony # 5 + Irish Rhapsody # 4 (Ulster/Handley) (Chandos, Austria, 1988) STANLEY: 6 Organ Concertos, op. 10 (Gifford/Northern Sinfonia/Gifford) (CRD, Japan) [Recorded in 1979] RICHARD STRAUSS: Symphonic Music from Operas (Berlin Philharmonic/Mehta) (Sony, U.S., 1993) STRAVINSKY: Symphony in C + Symphony in 3 Movements (Royal Scottish National/Gibson) (Chandos, Austria, 1992) [Recorded in 1981] SOLD SZYMANOWSKI: Symphonies # 2 (Musial/Polish Radio Symphony/Kasprzyk) + 3 [“Song of Night”], etc. (Ochman/Polish Radio National Symphony & Chorus/Semkov) (EMI, Holland, 1994) [Recorded in 1979 and 1981] SZYMANOWSKI: Works for Violin and Piano (Hoelscher/Beroff) (EMI, Holland, 1994) [Recorded in 1982] TAKEMITSU: To the Edge of Dream + 12 Songs for Guitar (excerpt) + Folios, etc. (Williams/London Sinfonietta/Salonen) (Sony, Austria, 1991) TANEYEV: String Quartets # 8 + 9 (Leningrad Taneyev Quartet) (Melodiya, Australia) TELEMANN: Violin and Viola Concertos (Peabody/Philharmonia Virtuosi/Kapp) (ESS.A.Y., Canada, 1991) VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Symphony # 1 [“Sea Symphony”] (soloists/Royal Liverpool Philharmonic & Choir/Handley) (EMI, U.K., 1988) VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Symphony # 2 [“London”] + Lark Ascending (Griffiths/Royal Philharmonic/Previn) (Telarc, Japan, 1987) VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Symphonies # 7 [“Sinfonia Antarctica”] + 8 (London Symphony/Previn) (RCA, Germany, 1990) [Recorded in 1967 and 1968] VERDI: Preludes, Overtures and Ballet Music (BBC Philharmonic/Downes) (Chandos, Austria, 1997) VILLA-LOBOS: Bachianas Brasileiras # 4 + 5 + 7 + 9, etc. (Fleming/BBC Singers/New World Symphony/Tilson Thomas) (RCA, U.S., 1996) VIVALDI: 4 Seasons (Sparf/Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble) (BIS, Japan, 1985) SOLD VIVALDI: 4 Seasons (Kennedy/English Chamber/Kennedy) (EMI, U.S., 1997) [Recorded in 1989] SOLD WAGNER: Overtures and Preludes (Metropolitan Opera/Levine) (Deutsche Grammophon, U.S., 1993) SOLD WALTON: Symphony # 1, etc. (Royal Philharmonic/Previn) (Telarc, Japan, 1987) WALTON: Symphony # 1 + Portsmouth Point Overture (London Philharmonic/Slatkin) (Virgin, Germany, 1994) [Recorded in 1987] “SHARON ISBIN: JOURNEY TO THE AMAZON” (Teldec, Germany, 1997) “SHARON ISBIN: DREAMS OF A WORLD” (Teldec, Germany, 1999) CHRISTOPHER ROUSE + TAN DUN: Guitar Concertos (Isbin/Gulbenkian/Tang) (Teldec, U.S., 2001) RODRIGO: Concerto de Aranjuez + VILLA-LOBOS: Guitar Concerto + PONCE: Concerto of South (Isbin/New York Philharmonic/Serebrier) (Warner Classics, Germany, 2004) "JOHN WILLIAMS: SEVILLE CONCERT" (Sony, Australia, 1993)
  5. Item: Raysonic CD128 tube CD Player Location: Canberra (can despatch outside Canberra) Price: $825 Item Condition: Overall Excellent, both in appearance and performance (This is a top loading player, and clear top lid has light scratches. Very minor marks on chassis.) Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Very esoteric and highly regarded Canadian tube CD player. (It does look like some of the early Ayon players and, while judged not quite up those superlative standards, is also considerably cheaper; Raysonic originally listed at $3000 and considered excellent value for the price). Sampling filter can be upscaled to 96kHz. Balanced analogue output + coaxial digital output + RCA analogue output. Programs up to 20 tracks. HDCD decoder. Mundorf and Solen MKp capacitors. With original carton and remote control (and copy of manual). (Will also include spare set of gold plated triodes if wanted, and replacement laser unit.) Dimensions are 48cm x 30cm x 13cm. Weight is 11kg. Pictures: I have images on my USB stick but can't upload on this system. Please send me a private message if you want to see as I can forward images to your mobile.
  6. Item: Original Orchestral/Instrumental Film Scores on CD Location: Canberra (can ship outside Canberra) Price: as stated Item Condition: Excellent and Above Reason for selling: no longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: For multiple items can save on shipping by not sending jewelcases, just discs and inserts with some insulating material. Let me know if you need track listings. Pictures: Send me a private message and I can forward images of cover art to your mobile. CASINO ROYALE (Burt Bacharach) (Quartet, Spain, 2012) $15 [2 discs] Truly intoxicating and demented music for this indescribable 1967 comedy! There's a lot more here than Dusty Springfield's performance of "The Look of Love"! This 45th Anniversary edition has a remastering of the 1967 album program plus the premiere release of the complete original score. Includes a lavishly illustrated 64 page booklet and slipcase. Limited Edition which sold out very quickly. THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL (Bernard Herrmann) (Kritzerland, U.S., 2014) $10 Iconic score for this 1951 science fiction classic, with unconventional orchestration for the time (including electric string instruments, Hammond and electric organs and two theremins, one played by the legendary Samuel Hoffman). Remastered edition with additional tracks. Limited Edition which sold out almost immediately. LA DOLCE VITA (Nino Rota) (Sugar, Italy, 2012) $10 Mesmerizing music for Fellini's 1960 magnum opus. Typical of his work for the director, Rota interpolates many existing popular numbers. Remastered digipak edition. 1492 (Vangelis) (EastWest, Germany) $5 Richly textured music for Ridley Scott's 1992 movie featuring Gerard Depardieu as Christopher Columbus. The choral writing anticipates Vangelis' stunning approach to MYTHODEA. THE IPCRESS FILE (John Barry) (Silva Screen, U.K., 2002) $10 Early jazz inflected score from the master. (The movie is not like the Bond pictures, and neither is the music.) Barry makes striking use of the cymbalom. The producers of this release supplemented the original album program with dialogue snippets. If you use the program function on your remote to edit them out, you won't lose any of the music. Remastered edition with different front cover art to the previous Decca/MCA editions. IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (Ernest Gold) (Kritzerland, U.S., 2011) $10 Adroit lesson on how to score a comedy from Oscar-winner Gold. Remastering of the program specially recorded by United Artists Records in the early '60's. With several bonus tracks. LAST TANGO IN PARIS (Gato Barbieri) (Varese Sarabande, U.S., 2004) $10 Hard to find edition at an affordable price. Not only does this contain the program specially recorded by the composer for United Artists Records in the early '70's but also a 27 minute suite of the original movie tracks arranged by Oliver Nelson. What a trip! THE LEOPARD (IL GATTOPARDO) (Nino Rota) (Sugar, Italy, 2012) $10 Magnificent symphonic score for Luchino Visconti's 1963 masterpiece. (The titles music often gets played on ABC-FM, but here's a chance to own the original album program.) The first half is Rota's dramatic scoring, the second half consists of the dances he wrote for the closing ball scene. (Also included is a previously unpublished waltz by Giuseppe Verdi which premiered in the movie.) Remastered digipak edition with different front cover art. THE MISFITS (Alex North) (Varese Sarabande, Germany, 2004) $5 The original United Artists soundtrack album only had about 14 minutes of North's score. (The other side consisted of miscellaneous, previously released material.) Now here we have an extended account, with over half an hour of previously unreleased music (including a 14 minute suite for the Round Up scene). One of the most brilliant musicians ever to write for the cinema! Front cover art is the same as for the local DVD edition. MY FATHER'S GLORY (LA GLOIRE DE MON PERE) + MY MOTHER'S CASTLE (LE CHATEAU DE MA MERE) (Vladimir Cosma) (DRG, Canada, 1991) $10 Marvellously lyrical music for some of the most evocative movies about childhood. Over an hour of music. THE PIANO (Michael Nyman) (Virgin, Germany, 2004) $5 This music hardly needs any introduction! Remastered digipak edition. POLTERGEIST II: THE OTHER SIDE (Jerry Goldsmith) (Varese Sarabande, U.S., 2004) $10 Eerie and majestic music from the genre master Goldsmith. Deluxe Edition, with over 30 minutes of music not contained on the 1986 LP and CD editions. RAMBO III (Jerry Goldsmith) (Intrada, U.S., 2005) $10 Virtually complete orchestral score (over 76 minutes!), almost three times as much as the amount of Goldsmith which appeared on the original 1988 Scotti Brothers soundtrack album. This is a remastered edition of Intrada's earlier incarnation, with different front cover art. SECRET OF THE SAHARA (IL SEGRETO DEL SAHARA) (Ennio Morricone) (GDM, Italy, 2007) $15 Mystical, evocative music for this strange 1987 TV series. 20th Anniversary edition with 18 extra minutes of music, including a "vocalise" version of the main theme by regular Morricone artist Edda Dell'Orso. Remastered with different front cover art.
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Item: Classical CDs Location: Canberra (can ship outside Canberra) Price: $5 each (except whether otherwise stated) Item Condition: Discs play perfectly (some playing surfaces may have slight signs of use, some look unplayed, several are still sealed) Reason for selling: no longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: (Label/country where actually pressed (if known)/year pressed) JOHN ADAMS: Chairman Dances + Common Tones in Simple Time,etc. (San Franscisco/Waart) (Nonesuch, Germany, 1987) ALBENIZ: Echoes of Spain (John Williams) (CBS, Japan) [Recorded in 1980] MALCOLM ARNOLD: Symphony # 9 (Irish National Symphony/Penny) (Naxos, Germany, 1996) BARTOK: Concerto for Orchestra + Miraculous Mandarin + Music for Strings, Percussion & Celesta + Dance Suite,etc. (Hungarian State Symphony/Adam Fischer) (Portrait Classics, U.K.) [2 disc set] BAX: Symphony # 6 + Into the Twilight,etc. (Royal Scottish National/Lloyd-Jones) (Naxos, Germany, 2003) BEETHOVEN: Violin Concerto + 2 Violin Romances (Zimmermann/English Chamber/Tate) (EMI, Holland, 1988) BERG: Violin Concerto (Szeryng/Bavarian Radio/Kubelik) + 3 Pieces for Orchestra + Lyric Suite (Excerpts) (Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan) (Deutsche Grammophon, Germany, 1994) [Recorded between 1968 and 1973] BERLIOZ: 5 Overtures (Royal Scottish National/Gibson) (Chandos, Germany, 1982) BIRTWISTLE: Secret Theatre + Tragoedia + Five Distances (Whittlesey/Ensemble Intercontemporain/Boulez) (Deutsche Grammophon, U.S., 1995) WILLIAM BOYCE: 8 Symphonies (English Concert/Pinnock) (Archiv, Germany, 1987) BRAHMS: Symphony # 1 + Tragic Overture (New York Philharmonic/Masur) (Teldec, Germany, 1996) BRITTEN: Prince of the Pagodas (Royal Opera House, Covent Garden/Britten) + Diversions for Piano & Orchestra (Katchen/London Symphony/Britten) (London, Germany, 1989) [Recorded in 1954 and 1957] $10 [2 discs] BRUCH: Symphony # 3 + Suite on Russian Themes (Hungarian State Symphony/Honeck) (Marco Polo, Japan, 1987) CANTELOUBE: Songs of the Auvergne [Series 1-3] (Kanawa/English Chamber/Tate) (Decca, Germany, 1983) COPLAND: Rodeo + Appalachian Spring (London Symphony/Copland) + El Salon Mexico + 3 Latin American Sketches (New Philharmonic/Copland) (Sony, U.K., 1997) [Recorded between 1968 and 1972] COPLAND: Fanfare for the Common Man + Appalachian Spring (Los Angeles Philharmonic/Mehta) + Rodeo + BARBER: Adagio for Strings (Baltimore Symphony/Zinman) (Decca, Germany, 2011) [Recorded between 1976 and 1994] SOLD JOHN CORIGLIANO: Symphony # 1 (Chicago Symphony/Barenboim) (Erato, Germany, 1991) DEBUSSY: Images for Orchestra + Afternoon of a Faun (London Symphony/Previn) (EMI, Germany) [Recorded in 1979] DEBUSSY: La Mer + 3 Nocturnes (Ambrosian Singers/Philharmonia/Tilson Thomas) (CBS, U.S., 1988) [Recorded in 1982] SOLD DELIUS: Paris, Song of a Great City + Brigg Fair + In a Summer Garden,etc. (BBC Symphony/Andrew Davis) (Teldec, Germany, 1993) DVORAK: Piano Trio # 4 ["Dumky"] + SUK: Elegy (Suk Trio) (Denon, Japan, 1983) DVORAK: Slavonic Dances (Cleveland/Szell) (Sony, Austria, 1992) [Recorded between 1963 & 1965] DVORAK: Symphony # 3 (Czech Philharmonic/Neumann) (Supraphon, Japan, 1986) DVORAK: Symphony # 4 (Czech Philharmonic/Neumann) (Supraphon, Japan, 1985) FINZI: Love's Labours Lost (Suite) + Clarinet Concerto ++ Prelude & Romance for String Orchestra (Hacker/English String/Boughton) (Nimbus, U.S., 1987) JOHN FOULDS: Dynamic Triptych + Music Pictures Group III + April-England, etc. (Donohoe/City of Birmingham Symphony/Oramo) (Warner Classics, Germany, 2006) PHILIP GLASS: Music with Changing Parts (Glass Ensemble) (Electra Nonesuch, U.S., 1994) [Recorded in 1973] JERRY GOLDSMITH: Christus Apollo + Music for Orchestra + Fireworks (Anthony Hopkins/Eirian James/London Voices/London Symphony/Goldsmith) (Telarc, U.S., 2003) GORECKI: String Quartets # 1 + 2 (Kronos Quartet) (Elektra Nonesuch, U.S., 1993) SOLD GORECKI: Symphony # 3 ["Symphony of Sorrowful Songs"] (Kozlowska/Warsaw Philharmonic/Kord) (Decca, Canada, 2012) [Recorded in 1992] HANDEL: Concerti Grossi, Op. 6 (Vienna Concentus Music/Harnoncourt) (Musical Heritage Society, U.S., 1987) [Recorded in 1983] [3 disc set] $10 HANDEL: Water Music (Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields/Marriner) (Philips, South Korea) [Recorded in 1979] HANDEL: Water Music + Fireworks MUsic (English Baroque Soloists/Gardiner) (Decca, Germany, 2011) [Recorded in 1984 and 1991] JOHANN HEINICHEN: Dresden Concerti (Highlights) (Musica Antiqua Cologne/Goebel) (Archiv, U.S., 1993) [w/bonus Archiv early music "sampler" disc] VICTOR HERBERT: Babes in Toyland + The Red Mill (Razumovsky Symphony/Brion) (Marco Polo, Germany, 1999) BERNARD HERRMANN: Souvenirs de Voyage (Lyric Art Quartet, Houston) + Echoes (Texas Festival Quartet) (Varese Sarabande, U.S., 1998) HUMPERDINCK: Fairy Tale Music (Bamberg Symphony/Richenbacher) (Virgin, Germany, 1994) IPPOLITOV-IVANOV: Symphony # 1 + Turkish Fragments (Singapore Symphony/Hoey) (Marco Polo, Japan, 1984) SOLD IVES: Holiday Symphony + Unanswered Question + Central Park in the Dark (Chicago Symphony & Chorus/Tilson Thomas) (CBS, U.S., 1988) KORNGOLD: Symphony + Much Ado About Nothing (Suite) (London Symphony/Previn) (Deutsche Grammophon, U.S., 1997) LUTOSLAWSKI: Symphonies # 3 & 4 + Les Espaces du Sommeil (Los Angeles Philharmonic/Salonen) (Sony, U.K., 2003) [Recorded in 1985 and 1993] LEEVI MADETOJA: Symphony # 3 + Ostrobothnians (Suite) + Okon Fuoko (Suite) (Finnish Radio Symphony/Saraste) (Finlandia, Germany, 1994) MAHLER: Symphony # 8 ["Symphony of a Thousand"] (soloists/choirs/Frankfurt Opera House and Museum/Gielen) (Sony, Austria, 1992) [Recorded in 1981] MOZART: Symphonies # 8 + 9 + 44 + 47 + 45 + 11 (Prague Chamber/Mackerras) (Telarc, U.S., 1991) MOZART: Symphonies # 29 + 39 + 40 + 41 ["Jupiter"] (Vienna Symphony/Fricsay) (Deutsche Grammophon, U.S., 1992) [Recorded in 1960 and 1961] NIELSEN: Symphonies # 3 ["Sinfonia Espansiva"] + 5 (soloists/Royal Danish/New York Philharmonic/Bernstein) (Sony, Austria, 1993) [Recorded in 1962 & 1965] NIELSEN: Symphony # 4 ["Inextinguishable"] (City of Birmingham Symphony/Rattle) (EMI, Japan, 1986] ORFF: Carmina Burana (soloists/choirs/Philharmonia/de Burgos) (HMV, U.K., 1997) [Recorded in 1966] ORFF: Carmina Burana (soloists/choirs/Berlin Philharmonic/Ozawa) (Philips, France, 1989) PROKOFIEV: Alexander Nevsky + Scythian Suite (Finnie/Royal Scottish National & Chorus/Jarvi) (Chandos, Austria, 1988) PROKOFIEV: Buffoon (Suite) + Love for 3 Oranges (Suite) + Steel Dance (Royal Scottish National/Jarvi) (Chandos, Switzerland, 1989) PROKOFIEV: Cinderella (Complete) + Symphony # 1 ["Classical"] (London Symphony/Previn) (EMI, Holland, 1995) [Recorded in 1977 and 1983] [2 disc set] PROKOFIEV: Romeo and Juliet (Complete) (Royal Philharmonic/Ashkenazy) (Decca, Germany, 2003) [Recorded in 1991] [2 disc set] PROKOFIEV: Symphonies # 1 ["Classical"] & 7 + Love of 3 Oranges Suite (Philharmonia/Malko) (Classics for Pleasure, U.K., 1989) [Recorded in 1955] PROKOFIEV: Symphony # 5 + Scythian Suite (City of Birmingham Symphony/Rattle) (EMI, U.S., 1993) RAVEL: Bolero + Rapsodie Espagnole + La Valse, etc. (Boston Symphony/Ozawa) (Deutsche Grammophon, Canada, 2011) [Recorded in 1974 and 1975] RAVEL: Bolero + Mother Goose + Rapsodie Espagnole + Le Tombeau de Couperin,etc. (Paris/Martinon) (EMI, U.S., 1995) [Recorded in 1974] [2 disc set] RAVEL: Bolero + Rapsodie Espagnole + La Valse,etc. (Montreal Symphony/Dutoit) (Decca, Germany, 1983) RESPIGHI: Pines of Rome + Brazilian Impressions + Rossiniana (West Australian Symphony/Mester) (ABC, Australia, 1994) RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Sheherazade + BORODIN: Polovtsian Dances (Beecham Choral Society/Royal Philharmonic/Beecham) (EMI, U.K., 1987) [Recorded in 1956 and 1957] RODRIGO: Concerto de Aranjuez + Fantasia Para un Gentilhombre + Elegy for Guitar (Angel Romero/London Symphony/Previn) (EMI, Holland, 1997) [Recorded in 1976 & 1977] RODRIGO: Concerto de Aranjuez + Fantasia Para un Gentilhombre + Concierto Madrigal (Slava & Leonard Grigoryan/Queensland Symphony/Kelly) (ABC, Australia, 2005) ANTON RUBINSTEIN: Symphony # 2 [“Ocean”] (Slovak Philharmonic/Gunzenhauser) (Marco Polo, Japan, 1987) [Complete version] SCHUBERT: Symphonies # 2 + 6 (Hanover Band/Goodman) (Nimbus, U.K., 1990) SCHUMANN: Scenes from Childhood + Fantasie + Papillons,etc. (McCallum) (ABC, Australia, 2010) SHANKAR: Sitar Concerto + Morning Love (Shankar/Rampal/London Symphony/Previn) (EMI, U.S., 1987) [Recorded in 1971 & 1976] $10 SOLD SHOSTAKOVICH: The Gadfly Suite (USSR Cinema Symphony/Emin Khachaturian) (Classics for Pleasure, U.K., 1988) [Recorded in 1962] SHOSTAKOVICH: String Quartets # 4 + 6 + 7 (Eder Quartet) (Naxos, Germany, 1994) SHOSTAKOVICH: String Quartets # 1 + 8 + 9 (Eder Quartet) (Naxos, Germany, 1994) SHOSTAKOVICH: String Quartets # 3 + 5 (Eder Quartet) (Naxos, Germany, 1995) SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphonies # 1 (London Philharmonic/Haitink) + 5 (Royal Concertgebouw/Haitink) (Decca, Germany, 2012) [Recorded in 1981 and 1982] SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 5 (New York Philharmonic/Bernstein) + Cello Concerto # 1 (Ma/Philadelphia/Ormandy) (CBS, U.S., 1989) [Recorded in 1979 and 1982] SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 15 (London Philharmonic/Haitink) + From Jewish Folk Poetry (soloists/Royal Concertgebouw/Haitink) (Decca, South Korea, 1987) [Recorded in 1978 and 1983] SIBELIUS: Symphony # 1 + Oceanides (City of Birmingham Symphony/Rattle) (EMI, Germany, 1986) SIBELIUS: Symphonies # 5 & 6 & 7 + Oceanides + Finlandia + Tapiola (Helsinki Philharmonic/Berglund) (EMI, U.S., 1996) [Recorded between 1984 and 1987] [2 disc set] ROBERT SIMPSON: Symphony # 9 (Bournemouth Symphony/Handley) (Hyperion, U.K., 1988) RICHARD STRAUSS: Also Sprach Zarathustra + Don Quixote (soloists/Philadelphia/Ormandy) (Sony, Austria, 1991) [Recorded in 1961 and 1963] RICHARD STRAUSS: Don Juan + Macbeth + Death and Transfiguration (Queensland Symphony/Fritzsch) (ABC, Australia, 2008) STRAVINSKY: Firebird (Complete) + Rite of Spring (Philharmonia/Salonen) (Sony, U.K., 2002) [Recorded in 1989 and 1990] JOHAN SVENDSEN: Symphonies # 1 + 2 (Bournemouth Symphony/Engeset) (Naxos, Germany, 1998) TCHAIKOVSKY: Ballet Suites (Vienna Philharmonic/Karajan) (Decca, Germany, 2011) [Recorded in 1961 and 1965] TCHAIKOVSKY: The Nutcracker [Complete] (Queensland Symphony/Albert) (ABC, Australia, 1998) [Recorded in 1981] [2 disc set] TCHAIKOVSKY: Romeo & Juliet + Nutcracker Suite (Cleveland/Maazel) (Telarc, Japan) [Recorded in 1981] TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony # 4 (Cleveland/Maazel) (CBS, Japan, 1984) TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony # 5 (Philharmonia/Ashkenazy) + Serenade for Strings (St Petersburg Philharmonic/Ashkenazy) (Decca, Germany, 2012) [Recorded in 1978 and 1997] TIPPETT: Double String Concerto +Piano Concerto + Triple Concerto + Prince Charles Birthday Suite,etc. (English String/BBC Philharmonic/English Northern Philharmonia/Tippett//Boughton) (Portrait Classics, U.K.) [2 disc set] WAGNER: Orchestral Music (Cleveland/Szell) (Sony, Austria, 1992) [Recorded in 1962 and 1968] WAGNER: Orchestral Music (Paris/Barenboim) (Deutsche Grammophon, Canada, 2003) [Recorded in 1982 and 1983] WAGNER: Ring of the Nibelung [Excerpts] (Vienna Philharmonic//Solti) (London, Germany, 1983) SAINT-SAENS: Symphony # 3 ["Organ"] + DEBUSSY: La Mer + IBERT: Escales (Zamkochian/Boston Symphony/Munch) (RCA, Hong Kong, 2000) [Recorded in 1956 and 1959] SOLD TCHAIKOVSKY: "1812" Overture + Capriccio Italien + RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Capriccio Espagnol + MUSSORGSKY: Night on the Bare Mountain,etc. (Czech Philharmonic/Ancerl) (Supraphon, Czech Republic, 1988) [Recorded between 1964 and 1968] "ROUGH MAGIC: CONTEMPORARY WORKS FOR HARP" (McGuire w/Pollett and Collins) (ABC, Australia, 1999) MASSENET: Le Cid (Ballet Music) + Picturesque Scenes, etc. (City of Birmingham Symphony/Fremaux) (Klavier, Japan, 1988) $10 XRCD24 encoded. Massenet program recorded in 1971. (The original LP program supplemented here with works by Berlioz and Offenbach. HOLST: Planets (New York Philharmonic/Bernstein) + WALTON: Façade (Vera Zorina/Philadelphia/Ormandy) (Sony, Austria, 1996) [Recorded in 1961 and 1971] SOLD "LLIBRE VERMEIL DE MONTSERRAT" (Hesperion XX/Savall) (Virgin, Holland, 1994) [Recorded in 1979] $10 LISZT: Mazeppa + Mephisto Waltz + KODALY: Theatre Overture + Hary Janos Suite (New York Philharmonic/Masur) (Teldec, Germany, 1995) “VIOLIN SONATAS: MOZART, BRAHMS, BEETHOVEN” (Dene & Max Olding) (ABC, Australia, 1991) “ALCHEMIST-PHILIP PICKETT” (London, U.S., 1989) [With New London Consort; hard to find] $10 "NEW WORLD SYMPHONIES: BAROQUE MUSIC FROM LATIN AMERICA" (Ex Cathedra/Skidmore) (Hyperion, U.K., 2003) "A PAINTED TALE-PAUL McMAHON" (ABC, Australia, 2004) Lute Songs by Morley, Dowland, Monteverdi, Bataille, etc. "APASIONADA-JANE RUTTER" (BMG, Australia, 1992) Spanish and exotic pieces for flute. SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 10 (Philharmonia/Rattle) + BRITTEN: Sinfonia da Requiem (City of Birmingham Symphony/Rattle) (EMI, Germany, 2005) [Recorded in 1984 and 1985] MAHLER: Symphony # 6 (Philharmonia/Barbirolli) + RICHARD STRAUSS: Hero's Life (London Symphony/Barbirolli) (EMI, Germany, 1996) [Recorded in 1967 and 1969] [2 disc set] OFFENBACH: Gaite Parisienne + GOUNOD: Faust (Ballet Music) (Royal Opera House, Covent Garden/Solti) + ROSSINI: Rossiniana (Suisse Romande/Ansermet) (Decca, Australia, 2005) [Recorded in 1960 and 1967] Please let me know if you require further information. For multiple items postage can be reduced by sending minus jewelcases. Pictures: Send me a private message if you need to see cover art, I can send attachments via e-mail.
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Item: Classical CDs Location: Canberra (can ship outside Canberra) Price: $5 each (except whether otherwise stated) Item Condition: Discs play perfectly (some playing surfaces may have slight signs of use, some look unplayed, several are still sealed) Reason for selling: no longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: (Label/country where actually pressed (if known)/year pressed) JOHN ADAMS: Chairman Dances + Common Tones in Simple Time,etc. (San Franscisco/Waart) (Nonesuch, Germany, 1987) ALBENIZ: Echoes of Spain (John Williams) (CBS, Japan) [Recorded in 1980] MALCOLM ARNOLD: Symphony # 9 (Irish National Symphony/Penny) (Naxos, Germany, 1996) BARTOK: Concerto for Orchestra + Miraculous Mandarin + Music for Strings, Percussion & Celesta + Dance Suite,etc. (Hungarian State Symphony/Adam Fischer) (Portrait Classics, U.K.) [2 disc set] BAX: Symphony # 6 + Into the Twilight,etc. (Royal Scottish National/Lloyd-Jones) (Naxos, Germany, 2003) BEETHOVEN: Violin Concerto + 2 Violin Romances (Zimmermann/English Chamber/Tate) (EMI, Holland, 1988) BERG: Violin Concerto (Szeryng/Bavarian Radio/Kubelik) + 3 Pieces for Orchestra + Lyric Suite (Excerpts) (Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan) (Deutsche Grammophon, Germany, 1994) [Recorded between 1968 and 1973] BERLIOZ: 5 Overtures (Royal Scottish National/Gibson) (Chandos, Germany, 1982) BIRTWISTLE: Secret Theatre + Tragoedia + Five Distances (Whittlesey/Ensemble Intercontemporain/Boulez) (Deutsche Grammophon, U.S., 1995) WILLIAM BOYCE: 8 Symphonies (English Concert/Pinnock) (Archiv, Germany, 1987) BRAHMS: Symphony # 1 + Tragic Overture (New York Philharmonic/Masur) (Teldec, Germany, 1996) BRUCH: Symphony # 3 + Suite on Russian Themes (Hungarian State Symphony/Honeck) (Marco Polo, Japan, 1987) CANTELOUBE: Songs of the Auvergne [Series 1-3] (Kanawa/English Chamber/Tate) (Decca, Germany, 1983) COPLAND: Rodeo + Appalachian Spring (London Symphony/Copland) + El Salon Mexico + 3 Latin American Sketches (New Philharmonic/Copland) (Sony, U.K., 1997) [Recorded between 1968 and 1972] COPLAND: Fanfare for the Common Man + Appalachian Spring (Los Angeles Philharmonic/Mehta) + Rodeo + BARBER: Adagio for Strings (Baltimore Symphony/Zinman) (Decca, Germany, 2011) [Recorded between 1976 and 1994] JOHN CORIGLIANO: Symphony # 1 (Chicago Symphony/Barenboim) (Erato, Germany, 1991) DEBUSSY: Images for Orchestra + Afternoon of a Faun (London Symphony/Previn) (EMI, Germany) [Recorded in 1979] DEBUSSY: La Mer + 3 Nocturnes (Ambrosian Singers/Philharmonia/Tilson Thomas) (CBS, U.S., 1988) [Recorded in 1982] DELIUS: Paris, Song of a Great City + Brigg Fair + In a Summer Garden,etc. (BBC Symphony/Andrew Davis) (Teldec, Germany, 1993) DVORAK: Piano Trio # 4 ["Dumky"] + SUK: Elegy (Suk Trio) (Denon, Japan, 1983) DVORAK: Slavonic Dances (Cleveland/Szell) (Sony, Austria, 1992) [Recorded between 1963 & 1965] DVORAK: Symphony # 3 (Czech Philharmonic/Neumann) (Supraphon, Japan, 1986) DVORAK: Symphony # 4 (Czech Philharmonic/Neumann) (Supraphon, Japan, 1985) FINZI: Love's Labours Lost (Suite) + Clarinet Concerto ++ Prelude & Romance for String Orchestra (Hacker/English String/Boughton) (Nimbus, U.S., 1987) JOHN FOULDS: Dynamic Triptych + Music Pictures Group III + April-England, etc. (Donohoe/City of Birmingham Symphony/Oramo) (Warner Classics, Germany, 2006) PHILIP GLASS: Music with Changing Parts (Glass Ensemble) (Electra Nonesuch, U.S., 1994) [Recorded in 1973] JERRY GOLDSMITH: Christus Apollo + Music for Orchestra + Fireworks (Anthony Hopkins/Eirian James/London Voices/London Symphony/Goldsmith) (Telarc, U.S., 2003) GORECKI: String Quartets # 1 + 2 (Kronos Quartet) (Elektra Nonesuch, U.S., 1993) GORECKI: Symphony # 3 ["Symphony of Sorrowful Songs"] (Kozlowska/Warsaw Philharmonic/Kord) (Decca, Canada, 2012) [Recorded in 1992] HANDEL: Concerti Grossi, Op. 6 (Vienna Concentus Music/Harnoncourt) (Musical Heritage Society, U.S., 1987) [Recorded in 1983] [3 disc set] $10 HANDEL: Water Music (Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields/Marriner) (Philips, South Korea) [Recorded in 1979] HANDEL: Water Music + Fireworks MUsic (English Baroque Soloists/Gardiner) (Decca, Germany, 2011) [Recorded in 1984 and 1991] JOHANN HEINICHEN: Dresden Concerti (Highlights) (Musica Antiqua Cologne/Goebel) (Archiv, U.S., 1993) [w/bonus Archiv early music "sampler" disc] VICTOR HERBERT: Babes in Toyland + The Red Mill (Razumovsky Symphony/Brion) (Marco Polo, Germany, 1999) BERNARD HERRMANN: Souvenirs de Voyage (Lyric Art Quartet, Houston) + Echoes (Texas Festival Quartet) (Varese Sarabande, U.S., 1998) HUMPERDINCK: Fairy Tale Music (Bamberg Symphony/Richenbacher) (Virgin, Germany, 1994) IPPOLITOV-IVANOV: Symphony # 1 + Turkish Fragments (Singapore Symphony/Hoey) (Marco Polo, Japan, 1984) IVES: Holiday Symphony + Unanswered Question + Central Park in the Dark (Chicago Symphony & Chorus/Tilson Thomas) (CBS, U.S., 1988) KORNGOLD: Symphony + Much Ado About Nothing (Suite) (London Symphony/Previn) (Deutsche Grammophon, U.S., 1997) LUTOSLAWSKI: Symphonies # 3 & 4 + Les Espaces du Sommeil (Los Angeles Philharmonic/Salonen) (Sony, U.K., 2003) [Recorded in 1985 and 1993] MOZART: Symphonies # 8 + 9 + 44 + 47 + 45 + 11 (Prague Chamber/Mackerras) (Telarc, U.S., 1991) MOZART: Symphonies # 29 + 39 + 40 + 41 ["Jupiter"] (Vienna Symphony/Fricsay) (Deutsche Grammophon, U.S., 1992) [Recorded in 1960 and 1961] NIELSEN: Symphonies # 3 ["Sinfonia Espansiva"] + 5 (soloists/Royal Danish/New York Philharmonic/Bernstein) (Sony, Austria, 1993) [Recorded in 1962 & 1965] NIELSEN: Symphony # 4 ["Inextinguishable"] (City of Birmingham Symphony/Rattle) (EMI, Japan, 1986] ORFF: Carmina Burana (soloists/choirs/Philharmonia/de Burgos) (HMV, U.K., 1997) [Recorded in 1966] ORFF: Carmina Burana (soloists/choirs/Berlin Philharmonic/Ozawa) (Philips, France, 1989) PROKOFIEV: Alexander Nevsky + Scythian Suite (Finnie/Royal Scottish National & Chorus/Jarvi) (Chandos, Austria, 1988) PROKOFIEV: Buffoon (Suite) + Love for 3 Oranges (Suite) + Steel Dance (Royal Scottish National/Jarvi) (Chandos, Switzerland, 1989) PROKOFIEV: Cinderella (Complete) + Symphony # 1 ["Classical"] (London Symphony/Previn) (EMI, Holland, 1995) [Recorded in 1977 and 1983] [2 disc set] PROKOFIEV: Romeo and Juliet (Complete) (Royal Philharmonic/Ashkenazy) (Decca, Germany, 2003) [Recorded in 1991] [2 disc set] PROKOFIEV: Symphonies # 1 ["Classical"] & 7 + Love of 3 Oranges Suite (Philharmonia/Malko) (Classics for Pleasure, U.K., 1989) [Recorded in 1955] PROKOFIEV: Symphony # 5 + Scythian Suite (City of Birmingham Symphony/Rattle) (EMI, U.S., 1993) RAVEL: Bolero + Rapsodie Espagnole + La Valse, etc. (Boston Symphony/Ozawa) (Deutsche Grammophon, Canada, 2011) [Recorded in 1974 and 1975] RAVEL: Bolero + Mother Goose + Rapsodie Espagnole + Le Tombeau de Couperin,etc. (Paris/Martinon) (EMI, U.S., 1995) [Recorded in 1974] [2 disc set] RAVEL: Bolero + Rapsodie Espagnole + La Valse,etc. (Montreal Symphony/Dutoit) (Decca, Germany, 1983) RESPIGHI: Pines of Rome + Brazilian Impressions + Rossiniana (West Australian Symphony/Mester) (ABC, Australia, 1994) RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Sheherazade + BORODIN: Polovtsian Dances (Beecham Choral Society/Royal Philharmonic/Beecham) (EMI, U.K., 1987) [Recorded in 1956 and 1957] RODRIGO: Concerto de Aranjuez + Fantasia Para un Gentilhombre + Elegy for Guitar (Angel Romero/London Symphony/Previn) (EMI, Holland, 1997) [Recorded in 1976 & 1977] RODRIGO: Concerto de Aranjuez + Fantasia Para un Gentilhombre + Concierto Madrigal (Slava & Leonard Grigoryan/Queensland Symphony/Kelly) (ABC, Australia, 2005) ANTON RUBINSTEIN: Symphony # 2 [“Ocean”] (Slovak Philharmonic/Gunzenhauser) (Marco Polo, Japan, 1987) [Complete version] SCHUBERT: Symphonies # 2 + 6 (Hanover Band/Goodman) (Nimbus, U.K., 1990) SCHUMANN: Scenes from Childhood + Fantasie + Papillons,etc. (McCallum) (ABC, Australia, 2010) SHANKAR: Sitar Concerto + Morning Love (Shankar/Rampal/London Symphony/Previn) (EMI, U.S., 1987) [Recorded in 1971 & 1976] $10 SHOSTAKOVICH: The Gadfly Suite (USSR Cinema Symphony/Emin Khachaturian) (Classics for Pleasure, U.K., 1988) [Recorded in 1962] SHOSTAKOVICH: String Quartets # 4 + 6 + 7 (Eder Quartet) (Naxos, Germany, 1994) SHOSTAKOVICH: String Quartets # 1 + 8 + 9 (Eder Quartet) (Naxos, Germany, 1994) SHOSTAKOVICH: String Quartets # 3 + 5 (Eder Quartet) (Naxos, Germany, 1995) SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 5 (New York Philharmonic/Bernstein) + Cello Concerto # 1 (Ma/Philadelphia/Ormandy) (CBS, U.S., 1989) [Recorded in 1979 and 1982] SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 15 (London Philharmonic/Haitink) + From Jewish Folk Poetry (soloists/Royal Concertgebouw/Haitink) (Decca, South Korea, 1987) [Recorded in 1978 and 1983] SIBELIUS: Symphony # 1 + Oceanides (City of Birmingham Symphony/Rattle) (EMI, Germany, 1986) SIBELIUS: Symphonies # 5 & 6 & 7 + Oceanides + Finlandia + Tapiola (Helsinki Philharmonic/Berglund) (EMI, U.S., 1996) [Recorded between 1984 and 1987] [2 disc set] ROBERT SIMPSON: Symphony # 9 (Bournemouth Symphony/Handley) (Hyperion, U.K., 1988) RICHARD STRAUSS: Also Sprach Zarathustra + Don Quixote (soloists/Philadelphia/Ormandy) (Sony, Austria, 1991) [Recorded in 1961 and 1963] RICHARD STRAUSS: Don Juan + Macbeth + Death and Transfiguration (Queensland Symphony/Fritzsch) (ABC, Australia, 2008) JOHAN SVENDSEN: Symphonies # 1 + 2 (Bournemouth Symphony/Engeset) (Naxos, Germany, 1998) TCHAIKOVSKY: Ballet Suites (Vienna Philharmonic/Karajan) (Decca, Germany, 2011) [Recorded in 1961 and 1965] TCHAIKOVSKY: The Nutcracker [Complete] (Queensland Symphony/Albert) (ABC, Australia, 1998) [Recorded in 1981] [2 disc set] TCHAIKOVSKY: Romeo & Juliet + Nutcracker Suite (Cleveland/Maazel) (Telarc, Japan) [Recorded in 1981] TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony # 4 (Cleveland/Maazel) (CBS, Japan, 1984) TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony # 5 (Philharmonia/Ashkenazy) + Serenade for Strings (St Petersburg Philharmonic/Ashkenazy) (Decca, Germany, 2012) [Recorded in 1978 and 1997] TIPPETT: Double String Concerto +Piano Concerto + Triple Concerto + Prince Charles Birthday Suite,etc. (English String/BBC Philharmonic/English Northern Philharmonia/Tippett//Boughton) (Portrait Classics, U.K.) [2 disc set] WAGNER: Orchestral Music (Cleveland/Szell) (Sony, Austria, 1992) [Recorded in 1962 and 1968] WAGNER: Orchestral Music (Paris/Barenboim) (Deutsche Grammophon, Canada, 2003) [Recorded in 1982 and 1983] WAGNER: Ring of the Nibelung [Excerpts] (Vienna Philharmonic//Solti) (London, Germany, 1983) SAINT-SAENS: Symphony # 3 ["Organ"] + DEBUSSY: La Mer + IBERT: Escales (Zamkochian/Boston Symphony/Munch) (RCA, Hong Kong, 2000) [Recorded in 1956 and 1959] TCHAIKOVSKY: "1812" Overture + Capriccio Italien + RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Capriccio Espagnol + MUSSORGSKY: Night on the Bare Mountain,etc. (Czech Philharmonic/Ancerl) (Supraphon, Czech Republic, 1988) [Recorded between 1964 and 1968] "ROUGH MAGIC: CONTEMPORARY WORKS FOR HARP" (McGuire w/Pollett and Collins) (ABC, Australia, 1999) MASSENET: Le Cid (Ballet Music) + Picturesque Scenes, etc. (City of Birmingham Symphony/Fremaux) (Klavier, Japan, 1988) $10 XRCD24 encoded. Massenet program recorded in 1971. (The original LP program supplemented here with works by Berlioz and Offenbach. HOLST: Planets (New York Philharmonic/Bernstein) + WALTON: Façade (Vera Zorina/Philadelphia/Ormandy) (Sony, Austria, 1996) [Recorded in 1961 and 1971] "LLIBRE VERMEIL DE MONTSERRAT" (Hesperion XX/Savall) (Virgin, Holland, 1994) [Recorded in 1979] $10 LISZT: Mazeppa + Mephisto Waltz + KODALY: Theatre Overture + Hary Janos Suite (New York Philharmonic/Masur) (Teldec, Germany, 1995) “VIOLIN SONATAS: MOZART, BRAHMS, BEETHOVEN” (Dene & Max Olding) (ABC, Australia, 1991) “ALCHEMIST-PHILIP PICKETT” (London, U.S., 1989) [With New London Consort; hard to find] $10 "NEW WORLD SYMPHONIES: BAROQUE MUSIC FROM LATIN AMERICA" (Ex Cathedra/Skidmore) (Hyperion, U.K., 2003) "A PAINTED TALE-PAUL McMAHON" (ABC, Australia, 2004) Lute Songs by Morley, Dowland, Monteverdi, Bataille, etc. "APASIONADA-JANE RUTTER" (BMG, Australia, 1992) Spanish and exotic pieces for flute. SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 10 (Philharmonia/Rattle) + BRITTEN: Sinfonia da Requiem (City of Birmingham Symphony/Rattle) (EMI, Germany, 2005) [Recorded in 1984 and 1985] MAHLER: Symphony # 6 (Philharmonia/Barbirolli) + RICHARD STRAUSS: Hero's Life (London Symphony/Barbirolli) (EMI, Germany, 1996) [Recorded in 1967 and 1969] [2 disc set] OFFENBACH: Gaite Parisienne + GOUNOD: Faust (Ballet Music) (Royal Opera House, Covent Garden/Solti) + ROSSINI: Rossiniana (Suisse Romande/Ansermet) (Decca, Australia, 2005) [Recorded in 1960 and 1967] Please let me know if you require further information. For multiple items postage can be reduced by sending minus jewelcases. Pictures: Send me a private message if you need to see cover art, I can send attachments via e-mail.
  9. Item: Denon DCD 1510AE SACD/CD Player Location: Canberra (can ship outside Canberra) Price: $325 + Shipping Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: change in setup Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Black Finish. Though I don't have the original remote control but another Denon one, SACD layer can be accessed on the front panel. (Programming also possible on this remote.) Note that the SACD layers of a disc are only available through the player's analogue output. With original manual. USB input. With Denon's Advanced AL32 Processing. Measures 134mm x 434mm x 331 mm. Weighs 8kg. Pictures: can send images via my mobile
  10. Item: Straight Wire Symphony II 0.5 meter pair of RCA cables Location: Canberra (can ship outside Canberra) Price: $40 Item Condition: Excellent + (hardly used) Reason for selling: surplus to needs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Excellent cables, with original packaging. I'm only selling as I decided I could spend more on interconnect cables than I initially thought. Cost $100. Shipping $7.60 anywhere in Australia. STRAIGHT WIRE SYMPHONY II 0.5 METER PAIR RCA CABLES.docx Pictures: can send images via my mobile
  11. Item: Electro-Harmonix 6922 x 4 Tubes Matched Set Location: Canberra (can ship outside Canberra) Price: $55 (plus $10 shipping where applicable, includes Australia Post Signature on Delivery) Item Condition: Top condition (run in, but little used) Reason for selling: no longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I no longer have original boxes but they'll be packed with care for despatch. Cost me $140 for the set. If you can't afford vintage tubes these are an excellent compromise. Pictures: send me a private message and I'll forward images via mobile (have only just acquired mobile with photo capacity and as yet don't know how to download via SNA's system)
  12. Hi Rob, thanks for your interest. As the mass of these in their jewelcases would exceed the dimension permitted for the letter rate, I'd have to send them as a parcel. As the total weight would be under 500g, postage would be $7.95 (Australia Post raised its rates again in October!) As a token of my appreciation I'm happy to subsidize you partially with the postage so you'd only pay $5.95. Does your player have a HDCD decoder? You'll really get the most out of the Barry CD if you do but, even if you don't, it'll still sound pretty good. Antony
  13. Item: Original Orchestral/Instrumental Film Scores on CD Location: Canberra (can ship outside Canberra) Price: as stated Item Condition: Excellent and Above Reason for selling: no longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: For multiple items can save on shipping by not sending jewelcases, just discs and inserts with some insulating material. Let me know if you need track listings. Pictures: Send me a private message and I can forward images of cover art to your mobile. BASIC INSTINCT (Jerry Goldsmith) (Prometheus, Germany, 2004) $10 Masterly mix of musical menace and seduction from master composer Goldsmith. Played by National Philharmonic. With some 20 minutes of extra music which didn't appear on the original 1990 soundtrack. E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL (John Williams) (MCA, Japan, 2013) $10 SOLD Luminous and exhilarating music for this classic. This is a re-issue of the 20th Anniversary Edition, which contained 75 minutes of music (almost twice as much as previous LP and CD releases. GONE WITH THE WIND (Max Steiner) (Sony, U.S., 2010) $10 SOLD Classic entry in the RCA Classic Film Scores series of the '70's. National Philharmonic conducted by Charles Gerhardt. Recording engineer the legendary Kenneth Wilkinson. Stunning sonics, sounding even better in this remastered edition. HOW I LEARNED TO LOVE WOMEN (COME IMPARAI AD AMARE LE DONNE) (Ennio Morricone) (GDM, Italy, 2010) $15 SOLD Sparkling Morricone score for this 1965 comedy, with over 10 minutes of additional music not previously released. IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (Ernest Gold) (Kritzerland, U.S., 2011) $10 Adroit lesson on how to score a comedy from Oscar-winner Gold. Remastering of the program specially recorded by United Artists Records in the early '60's. With several bonus tracks. JAWS (John Williams) (Decca, Japan, 2013) $10 SOLD Hard to find Japanese re-issue of the premiere release of the original movie tracks with over 10 minutes of previously unreleased music. (Not to be confused with the best selling program specially recorded by MCA in the '70's and previously available on LP and CD.) With OBI. LAST TANGO IN PARIS (Gato Barbieri) (Varese Sarabande, U.S., 2004) $10 Hard to find edition at an affordable price. Not only does this contain the program specially recorded by the composer for United Artists Records in the early '70's but also a 27 minute suite of the original movie tracks arranged by Oliver Nelson. What a trip! THE LION IN WINTER + MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS (John Barry) (Silva America, U.S., 2001) $10 SOLD The composer's Oscar winning score newly recorded in its entirety by the City of Prague Philharmonic under Nic Raine. (With Crouch End Chorus.) Encoded in HDCD and Dolby Surround. Includes a suite from MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS including several previously unreleased cues. THE LOST WORLD: JURASSIC PARK (John Williams) (MCA, U.S., 1997) $10 SOLD Marvellous orchestral textures for this sequel to JURASSIC PARK. Unique packaging: a 3D Dinorama digipak! Long out of print. MY FATHER'S GLORY (LA GLOIRE DE MON PERE) + MY MOTHER'S CASTLE (LE CHATEAU DE MA MERE) (Vladimir Cosma) (DRG, Canada, 1991) $10 Marvellously lyrical music for some of the most evocative movies about childhood. Over an hour of music. THE OMEN (Jerry Goldsmith) (Varese Sarabande, U.S., 2001) $10 SOLD 25th Anniversary Edition of the composer's Oscar-winning music (for chorus and orchestra) for this supernatural thriller. Often imitated but never surpassed. With another 15 minutes of music not appearing on earlier LP and CD editions. Performed by the National Philharmonic and Chorus. PAPILLON (Jerry Goldsmith) (Emarcy, France, 2002) $10 SOLD Majestic, lyrical and powerful music for the classic 1973 prison escape movie. Marvellous sonics! Has 4 additional tracks not available on earlier LP and CD editions. POLTERGEIST II: THE OTHER SIDE (Jerry Goldsmith) (Varese Sarabande, U.S., 2004) $10 Eerie and majestic music from the genre master Goldsmith. Deluxe Edition, with over 30 minutes of music not contained on the 1986 LP and CD editions.
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Item: Classical CDs Location: Canberra (can ship outside Canberra) Price: $5 each (except whether otherwise stated) Item Condition: Discs play perfectly (some playing surfaces may have slight signs of use, some look unplayed, several are still sealed) Reason for selling: no longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: (Label/country where actually pressed (if known)/year pressed) JOHN ADAMS: Chairman Dances + Common Tones in Simple Time,etc. (San Franscisco/Waart) (Nonesuch, Germany, 1987) ALBENIZ: Echoes of Spain (John Williams) (CBS, Japan) [Recorded in 1980] MALCOLM ARNOLD: Symphony # 9 (Irish National Symphony/Penny) (Naxos, Germany, 1996) BARTOK: Concerto for Orchestra + Miraculous Mandarin + Music for Strings, Percussion & Celesta + Dance Suite,etc. (Hungarian State Symphony/Adam Fischer) (Portrait Classics, U.K.) [2 disc set] BAX: Symphony # 6 + Into the Twilight,etc. (Royal Scottish National/Lloyd-Jones) (Naxos, Germany, 2003) BEETHOVEN: Violin Concerto + 2 Violin Romances (Zimmermann/English Chamber/Tate) (EMI, Holland, 1988) BERLIOZ: 5 Overtures (Royal Scottish National/Gibson) (Chandos, Germany, 1982) BRAHMS: Symphony # 1 + Tragic Overture (New York Philharmonic/Masur) (Teldec, Germany, 1996) BRUCH: Symphony # 3 + Suite on Russian Themes (Hungarian State Symphony/Honeck) (Marco Polo, Japan, 1987) CANTELOUBE: Songs of the Auvergne [Series 1-3] (Kanawa/English Chamber/Tate) (Decca, Germany, 1983) COPLAND: Rodeo + Appalachian Spring (London Symphony/Copland) + El Salon Mexico + 3 Latin American Sketches (New Philharmonic/Copland) (Sony, U.K., 1997) [Recorded between 1968 and 1972] COPLAND: Fanfare for the Common Man + Appalachian Spring (Los Angeles Philharmonic/Mehta) + Rodeo + BARBER: Adagio for Strings (Baltimore Symphony/Zinman) (Decca, Germany, 2011) [Recorded between 1976 and 1994] DEBUSSY: Images for Orchestra + Afternoon of a Faun (London Symphony/Previn) (EMI, Germany) [Recorded in 1979] DEBUSSY: La Mer + 3 Nocturnes (Ambrosian Singers/Philharmonia/Tilson Thomas) (CBS, U.S., 1988) [Recorded in 1982] DELIUS: Paris, Song of a Great City + Brigg Fair + In a Summer Garden,etc. (BBC Symphony/Andrew Davis) (Teldec, Germany, 1993) DVORAK: Piano Trio # 4 ["Dumky"] + SUK: Elegy (Suk Trio) (Denon, Japan, 1983) DVORAK: Slavonic Dances (Cleveland/Szell) (Sony, Austria, 1992) [Recorded between 1963 & 1965] DVORAK: Symphony # 3 (Czech Philharmonic/Neumann) (Supraphon, Japan, 1986) DVORAK: Symphony # 4 (Czech Philharmonic/Neumann) (Supraphon, Japan, 1985) PHILIP GLASS: Music with Changing Parts (Glass Ensemble) (Electra Nonesuch, U.S., 1994) [Recorded in 1973] GLIERE: Symphony # 3 ["Ilya Murometz"] (Complete) (London Symphony/Botstein) (Telarc, U.S., 2003) JERRY GOLDSMITH: Christus Apollo + Music for Orchestra + Fireworks (Anthony Hopkins/Eirian James/London Voices/London Symphony/Goldsmith) (Telarc, U.S., 2003) HANDEL: Water Music (Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields/Marriner) (Philips, South Korea) [Recorded in 1979] HANDEL: Water Music + Fireworks MUsic (English Baroque Soloists/Gardiner) (Decca, Germany, 2011) [Recorded in 1984 and 1991] VICTOR HERBERT: Babes in Toyland + The Red Mill (Razumovsky Symphony/Brion) (Marco Polo, Germany, 1999) BERNARD HERRMANN: Souvenirs de Voyage (Lyric Art Quartet, Houston) + Echoes (Texas Festival Quartet) (Varese Sarabande, U.S., 1998) HUMPERDINCK: Fairy Tale Music (Bamberg Symphony/Richenbacher) (Virgin, Germany, 1994) IPPOLITOV-IVANOV: Symphony # 1 + Turkish Fragments (Singapore Symphony/Hoey) (Marco Polo, Japan, 1984) IVES: Holiday Symphony + Unanswered Question + Central Park in the Dark (Chicago Symphony & Chorus/Tilson Thomas) (CBS, U.S., 1988) LUTOSLAWSKI: Symphonies # 3 & 4 + Les Espaces du Sommeil (Los Angeles Philharmonic/Salonen) (Sony, U.K., 2003) [Recorded in 1985 and 1993] MOZART: Symphonies # 8 + 9 + 44 + 47 + 45 + 11 (Prague Chamber/Mackerras) (Telarc, U.S., 1991) MOZART: Symphonies # 29 + 39 + 40 + 41 ["Jupiter"] (Vienna Symphony/Fricsay) (Deutsche Grammophon, U.S., 1992) [Recorded in 1960 and 1961] NIELSEN: Symphonies # 3 ["Sinfonia Espansiva"] + 5 (soloists/Royal Danish/New York Philharmonic/Bernstein) (Sony, Austria, 1993) [Recorded in 1962 & 1965] NIELSEN: Symphony # 4 ["Inextinguishable"] (City of Birmingham Symphony/Rattle) (EMI, Japan, 1986] ORFF: Carmina Burana (soloists/choirs/Philharmonia/de Burgos) (HMV, U.K., 1997) [Recorded in 1966] ORFF: Carmina Burana (soloists/choirs/Berlin Philharmonic/Ozawa) (Philips, France, 1989) PROKOFIEV: Cinderella (Complete) + Symphony # 1 ["Classical"] (London Symphony/Previn) (EMI, Holland, 1995) [Recorded in 1977 and 1983] [2 disc set] PROKOFIEV: Symphonies # 1 ["Classical"] & 7 + Love of Three Oranges Suite (Philharmonia/Malko) (Classics for Pleasure, U.K., 1989) [Recorded in 1955] PROKOFIEV: Symphony # 5 + Scythian Suite (City of Birmingham Symphony/Rattle) (EMI, U.S., 1993) RAVEL: Bolero + Rapsodie Espagnole + La Valse, etc. (Boston Symphony/Ozawa) (Deutsche Grammophon, Canada, 2011) [Recorded in 1974 and 1975] RAVEL: Bolero + Mother Goose + Rapsodie Espagnole + Le Tombeau de Couperin,etc. (Paris/Martinon) (EMI, U.S., 1995) [Recorded in 1974] [2 disc set] RAVEL: Bolero + Rapsodie Espagnole + La Valse,etc. (Montreal Symphony/Dutoit) (Decca, Germany, 1983) RESPIGHI: Pines of Rome + Brazilian Impressions + Rossiniana (West Australian Symphony/Mester) (ABC, Australia, 1994) RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Sheherazade + BORODIN: Polovtsian Dances (Beecham Choral Society/Royal Philharmonic/Beecham) (EMI, U.K., 1987) [Recorded in 1956 and 1957] RODRIGO: Concerto de Aranjuez + Fantasia Para un Gentilhombre + Elegy for Guitar (Angel Romero/London Symphony/Previn) (EMI, Holland, 1997) [Recorded in 1976 & 1977] RODRIGO: Concerto de Aranjuez + Fantasia Para un Gentilhombre + Concierto Madrigal (Slava & Leonard Grigoryan/Queensland Symphony/Kelly) (ABC, Australia, 2005) ANTON RUBINSTEIN: Symphony # 2 [“Ocean”] (Slovak Philharmonic/Gunzenhauser) (Marco Polo, Japan, 1987) [Complete version] SCHUBERT: Symphonies # 2 + 6 (Hanover Band/Goodman) (Nimbus, U.K., 1990) SCHUMANN: Scenes from Childhood + Fantasie + Papillons,etc. (McCallum) (ABC, Australia, 2010) SHANKAR: Sitar Concerto + Morning Love (Shankar/Rampal/London Symphony/Previn) (EMI, U.S., 1987) [Recorded in 1971 & 1976] $10 SHOSTAKOVICH: The Gadfly Suite (USSR Cinema Symphony/Emin Khachaturian) (Classics for Pleasure, U.K., 1988) [Recorded in 1962] SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 5 (New York Philharmonic/Bernstein) + Cello Concerto # 1 (Ma/Philadelphia/Ormandy) (CBS, U.S., 1989) [Recorded in 1979 and 1982] SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony # 15 (London Philharmonic/Haitink) + From Jewish Folk Poetry (soloists/Royal Concertgebouw/Haitink) (Decca, South Korea, 1987) [Recorded in 1978 and 1983] SIBELIUS: Symphony # 1 + Oceanides (City of Birmingham Symphony/Rattle) (EMI, Germany, 1986) RICHARD STRAUSS: Also Sprach Zarathustra + Don Quixote (soloists/Philadelphia/Ormandy) (Sony, Austria, 1991) [Recorded in 1961 and 1963] RICHARD STRAUSS: Don Juan + Macbeth + Death and Transfiguration (Queensland Symphony/Fritzsch) (ABC, Australia, 2008) TCHAIKOVSKY: Ballet Suites (Vienna Philharmonic/Karajan) (Decca, Germany, 2011) [Recorded in 1961 and 1965] TCHAIKOVSKY: The Nutcracker [Complete] (Queensland Symphony/Albert) (ABC, Australia, 1998) [Recorded in 1981] [2 disc set] TCHAIKOVSKY: Romeo & Juliet + Nutcracker Suite (Cleveland/Maazel) (Telarc, Japan) [Recorded in 1981] TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony # 4 (Cleveland/Maazel) (CBS, Japan, 1984) TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony # 5 (Philharmonia/Ashkenazy) + Serenade for Strings (St Petersburg Philharmonic/Ashkenazy) (Decca, Germany, 2012) [Recorded in 1978 and 1997] TIPPETT: Double String Concerto +Piano Concerto + Triple Concerto + Prince Charles Birthday Suite,etc. (English String/BBC Philharmonic/English Northern Philharmonia/Tippett//Boughton) (Portrait Classics, U.K.) [2 disc set] WAGNER: Orchestral Music (Cleveland/Szell) (Sony, Austria, 1992) [Recorded in 1962 and 1968] WAGNER: Orchestral Music (Paris/Barenboim) (Deutsche Grammophon, Canada, 2003) [Recorded in 1982 and 1983] WAGNER: Ring of the Nibelung [Excerpts] (Vienna Philharmonic//Solti) (London, Germany, 1983) SAINT-SAENS: Symphony # 3 ["Organ"] + DEBUSSY: La Mer + IBERT: Escales (Zamkochian/Boston Symphony/Munch) (RCA, Hong Kong, 2000) [Recorded in 1956 and 1959] TCHAIKOVSKY: "1812" Overture + Capriccio Italien + RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Capriccio Espagnol + MUSSORGSKY: Night on the Bare Mountain,etc. (Czech Philharmonic/Ancerl) (Supraphon, Czech Republic, 1988) [Recorded between 1964 and 1968] "ROUGH MAGIC: CONTEMPORARY WORKS FOR HARP" (McGuire w/Pollett and Collins) (ABC, Australia, 1999) "FAMOUS SPANISH GUITAR MUSIC" (Pepe Romero) (Philips, Germany, 1983) MASSENET: Le Cid (Ballet Music) + Picturesque Scenes, etc. (City of Birmingham Symphony/Fremaux) (Klavier, Japan, 1988) $10 XRCD24 encoded. Massenet program recorded in 1971. (The original LP program supplemented here with works by Berlioz and Offenbach. HOLST: Planets (New York Philharmonic/Bernstein) + WALTON: Façade (Vera Zorina/Philadelphia/Ormandy) (Sony, Austria, 1996) [Recorded in 1961 and 1971] "LLIBRE VERMEIL DE MONTSERRAT" (Hesperion XX/Savall) (Virgin, Holland, 1994) [Recorded in 1979] $10 LISZT: Mazeppa + Mephisto Waltz + KODALY: Theatre Overture + Hary Janos Suite (New York Philharmonic/Masur) (Teldec, Germany, 1995) “VIOLIN SONATAS: MOZART, BRAHMS, BEETHOVEN” (Dene & Max Olding) (ABC, Australia, 1991) “ALCHEMIST-PHILIP PICKETT” (London, U.S., 1989) [With New London Consort; hard to find] $10 Please let me know if you require further information. For multiple items postage can be reduced by sending minus jewelcases. Pictures: Send me a private message if you need to see cover art, I can send attachments via e-mail.
  15. Item: Lalo Schifrin CDs Location: Canberra (can ship outside Canberra) Price: $10-15 each (would consider a package deal for all three titles) Item Condition: Discs play perfectly (some playing surfaces may have slight signs of use, some look unplayed) Reason for selling: no longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: (Label/country where actually pressed (if known)/year pressed) BLACK WIDOW (Epic/Legacy, Austria, 2001) $10 Classic disco album with top jazz personnel. Originally released by Creed Taylor in 1976. MARQUIS DE SADE (Verve, U.S., 1997) $15 Another classic jazz album wherein the composer revisits the music of the 18th Century in contemporary guise. Recorded by Rudy van Gelder in 1966. Hard to find on CD. THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN' ON (Emarcy, Germany, 2013) $10 Intended as a parody of pop and rock music by the composer, it may be eccentric but quite fascinating. Originally released by Dot in 1968, it has now come of age!
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