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"PERGOLESI/ Stabat Mater"; square cover for 33 1/3 RPM long playing record; ; title and singers listed in green; white background; lavender border with black outlined design of musical instruments, one of which has female head on top; inscriptions on front, back, and on record; record inside cover; made by Period Records.

Details

Maker
unknown
Date
ca. 1950
Inscriptions
"Perod/RECORDS [with bird logo]/ PERGOLESI/Stabat Mater/ Anna Maria Augenstein, soprano/ Hetty Plumachjer, alto/ Stuttgart Choral Society,/ Jon Studio Orchestra of Stuttgart/ Hans Grischkat, conductor/ SPLP 530/ LONG PLAYING 33-1/3 RPM/ NON BREAKABLE"/ "jo hendler" [on right side] (printed)
"GIOVANNI BATTISTA PERGOLESI: Stabat Mater" (printed)
"SIDE 1/ 1. Chorus, Grave/ 2. Soprano solo, Andante amoroso/ 3. Duet, Larghetto/ 4. Alto solo, Allegro/ 5. Duet, Largo/ Allegro/ 6. Soprano solo, Temp giusto/ SIDE 2/ 7. Alto solo, Allegro moderato/ 8. Chorus, Allegro/ 9. Duet, temp giusto/ 10. Alto solo, Largo/ 11. Duet, Allegro/ 12. Duet, Largo/ 13. Chorus, Presto assai"/ "Printed in U.S.A" [bottom left]/ "MARIANNE RONEY" [bottom right] (printed)
Associated Building
Original To Gropius House (Lincoln, Mass.).
Material
cardboard
vinyl
Object type
Sound Communication T&E
Places
United States
Descriptive terms
cardboard
Music
music
musical instruments
phonograph records
Record, Phonograph
vinyl
People and organizations
Anna Maria Augenstein (soporano)
Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (composer)
Hans Grischkat (conductor)
Hetty Plumacher (alto)
Jo Hendler (artist/cover designer)
Jon Studio Orchestra of Stuttgart (performers)
Marianne Roney (publisher?)
Stuttgart Choral Society (performers)
Dimensions
12 x 12 (HxW) (inches)
Accession Number
1998.19
Credit Line
Gift of Ati Gropius Johansen
GUSN
256820

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