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HANDEL, TWELVE CONCERTI GROSSI, OP. 6; front cover dark and light green, pink and brown; lettering in white and black and light green; conductor's stand, baton and stool; cards with G-clefs falling from above stand; back cover lists those playing instruments and summarizes each piece. Record inside does not match cover: Societa Universalis Sanctae Cecliliae, religious choral music conducted by Father Lawrence Feininger; McGinnis & Marx Publishers, Importers and Dealers, NY, NY.

Details

Maker
Columbia Records Inc.
Date
1949
cover
Inscriptions
(top left) "handel:/ twelve/ concerti/ grossi/ op. 6"; (right center) "busch/ chamber/ players/ conducted by/ sdolf busch/ LP"; (across bottom) "automatic/ sequence/ SI-158 vol. four/ (ml 4213/ Columbia/ Masterworks/ long playing/ microgroove/ nonbreakable/ copyright, 1949 columbia records inc. 'Columbia'; 'Masterworks'; Trade Marks Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. Marcas Registradas, LPTrade Mark" (printed)
[summarizes overall movements in record and then a write up on each, beginning with 4-12] "CONCERTO GROSSO IN A MINOR, No. 4/ CONCERTO GROSSO IN D MAJOR, No. 5/ CONCERTO GROSSO IN G MAJOR, No. 6/ CONCERTO GROSSO IN B-FLAT MAJOR, No. 7/ CONCERTO GROSSO IN C MINOR, No. 8/ CONCERTO GROSSO IN F MAJOR, No. 9/ CONCERTO GROSSO IN D MINOR, No. 10/ CONCERTO GROSSO IN A MAJOR, No. 11;/ CONCERTO GROSSO IN B MINOR, No. 12 (printed)
(Side A) "SOCIETAS UNIVERSALIS/ SANCTAE CECILIAE/ Coro del Condilio di Trento/ (choir of the Council of Trent)/ director Father Lawrence Feininger/ Side A 33 1/3 RPM/ 1. G.O. PITONI (1657-1743) Inforifus 'MISERICORDIA/ DOMINI' a 4 voci/ 2. Orazio BENEVOLI (1605-`672) Missa 'SI DEUS PRO/ NOBIS QUIS CONTRA NOS' a 16 voci/ KYRIE I, KYRIE II, GLORIA/ XTV 29274"; (Side B) [first inscription same as Side A] "Side B 33 1/3 RPM/ 3. Orazio BENEVOLI-,OSSA 'SI DEUS PRO NOBIS QUIS CONTRA NOS' A 16 voci/ CREDO (Pafrem omnipotentem a 16, crucifixus/ a 8, Et in Spiritum a 16)/ 4. Orazio BENEVOLI - MANGIFICT sexti foni/ a 8 voci/ XTV 29275"; "McGINNIS & MARX/ PUBLISHERS, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS/ 408 SECOND AVENUE, NEW YORK 10. N.Y." (printed)
Associated Building
Original To Gropius House (Lincoln, Mass.).
Material
cardboard
paper (fiber product)
vinyl
Object type
Sound Communication T&E
Places
United States
Descriptive terms
cardboard
music
Music
musical performances
paper (fiber product)
phonograph records
Record, Phonograph
vinyl
People and organizations
Adolf Busch (conductor and violin - cover)
Bush Chamber Players (performers - cover)
Ernest Drucker (violin - cover)
Father Lawerence Feinger (director - record)
Handel (cover - composer)
Hermann Busch (cello - cover)
Mieczyslaw Horszowski ( clavier - cover)
Dimensions
12 1/4 x 12 1/8 (HxW) (inches)
Accession Number
1998.24
Credit Line
Gift of Ati Gropius Johansen
GUSN
257972

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