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STRAVINSKY: SYMPHONY IN C (1940); CANTATAN (1952); front cover: lettering across top in blue, beige, and white; geometric "pop art-like" design down the center in beige, brown, blue and green on black background; record enclosed in envelope.

Details

Maker
Columbia Records Inc.
Date
1940-1970
Inscriptions
"COLUMBIA MASTERWORKS:/ IGOR STRAVINSKY/ Symphony in C (1940)/ Igor Stravinsky Conducting The Cleveland Orchestra/ Cantata (1952)/ On Anonymous 15th and 16th Century English Lyrics/ Jennie Tourel, Mezzo-Soprano; Hugues Cuenod, Tenor, / with Igor Stravinsky conducting the/ Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble./ Members of the New York Concert Choir/ Margret Hillis, Director" (across top); Saul Mandel (printed signature, bottom left corner) (printed)
[information from front repeated]; "(LP inside a circle)/ Exclusive trade mark/ of Columbia Records Inc."; [summary of pieces] (printed)
Location of origin
Los Angeles, California
Associated Building
Original To Gropius House (Lincoln, Mass.).
Material
cardboard
paper (fiber product)
vinyl
Object type
Sound Communication T&E
Places
California (United States)
Hollywood (Los Angeles, Los Angeles county, California) [neighborhood]
Descriptive terms
cardboard
music
Music
musical performances
paper (fiber product)
phonograph records
Record, Phonograph
vinyl
People and organizations
Hugues Cuenod (tenor)
Igor Stravinsky (composer and conductor)
Jennie Tourel (mezzo-soprano)
Margaret Hillis (director)
Members of the New York Concert Choir (performers)
Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble (performers)
Saul Mandel (cover design)
The Cleveland Orchestra (performers)
Dimensions
12 1/4 x 12 3/8 (HxW) (inches)
Accession Number
1998.58
Credit Line
Gift of Ati Gropius Johansen
GUSN
258237

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