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Description

"Piano Trio in D Major, "Ghost"/ Piano Trio in C Major"; Brahms and Beethoven; vinyl record in square cover with white background and blue tone print; depicts three men, dressed suits, playing associated instruments, performing in a small room; inscriptions on front and back covers as well as on record itself.

Details

Maker
Columbia Records Inc.
Date
ca. 1951
Inscriptions
"RUDOLPH SERKIN/ADOLF BUSCH/HERMANN BUSCH/BEETHOVEN/PIANO TRIO IN D MAJOR, 'GHOST'/BRAHMS/PIANO TRIO IN C MAJOR" / "MONO/32 160361/CAN ALSO BE PLAYED/ ON STERO EQUIPMENT/ Legendary/ Performances/ Columbia/ [logo in circle with bird]/ODYSSEY/ A PRODUCTION OF CBS" (printed)
"LEGENDARY PERFORMANCES/RUDOLF SERKIN, Piano/ ADOLF BUSCH, Violin/HERMANN BUSCH, Cello/ Side 1/ BEETHOVEN: TRIO NO. 4 IN D MAJOR,/ OP 701 'GHOST' . . . . / Side 2/ BRAHMS: TRIO IN C MAJOR, OP. 87 . . . "/ "Manufacturered by Columbia Records/ CBS, Inc./ 51 W. 52 Street, New York, N.Y./ [registered trademark symbol] 'Columbia,' [symbol with bird], 'Odyssey,' Marcas Reg. Printed in U.S.A." (printed)
{inscription similar to the back cover on record] (printed)
Associated Building
Original To Gropius House (Lincoln, Mass.).
Material
cardboard
plastic (organic material)
vinyl
Object type
Sound Communication T&E
Places
Europe
New York City (New York state)
New York state (United States)
Descriptive terms
cardboard
Music
phonograph records
plastic (organic material)
Record, Phonograph
vinyl
People and organizations
Adolf Busch 1891-1952 (violinist)
Beethoven (composer)
Hermann Busch 1897- ? (cellist)
Johannes Brahms (composer)
Rudolf Serkin 1903- ? (pianist)
Dimensions
12 1/2 x 12 1/2 (HxW) (inches)
Accession Number
1998.17
Credit Line
Gift from Ati Gropius Johansen
GUSN
256395

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