Phonograph Record

Collection Type

  • Video and sound recordings

Date

1940-1970

GUSN

GUSN-256962

Description

VIVALDI: CONCERTO IN A MINOR FOR TWO VIOLINS/ BACH; VIOLIN CONCERTO NO. 1 IN A MINOR AND VIOLIN CONCERTO NO. 2 IN E MAJOR; front cover gold, pink, copper, and white; lettering in black and white; photo image across center depicts a conductor right and two violinist left and center; across bottom of photo is tinted pink.

Details

Descriptive Terms

phonograph records
vinyl
cardboard
paper (fiber product)
music
musical performances
Music
Record, Phonograph

Inscription

"COLUMBIA MASTERWORKS/ [registered trademark symbol] "Columbia"; "Masterworks"; (top right corner) "LP" (inside a circle); Marcus Reg. Printed in U.S.A."; (left top to center) "DAVID OISTRAKH/ ISAAC STERN"/ (across bottom) "VIVALDI: CONCERTO IN A MINOR FOR TWO VIOLINS, DAVID OISTRAKH and ISAAC STERN/ BACH: VIOLIN CONCERTO NO. 1 IN A MINOR, ISAAC STERN/ BACH: VIOLIN CONCERTO NO. 2 IN E MAJOR, DAVID OISTRAKH/ THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA, EUGENE ORMANDY, CONDUCTOR." (printed)
[much of the same information repeated from front] [summaries of violinists and conductor and composers; (in a small box) "Antonio Vivaldi born in Venice, about 1675; died there (probably) about 1743./ J.S. Bach born at Eisenach, March 21, 1685; died at Leipzig, July 28, 1750." (printed)
[much of the information from the cover repeated] (printed)

Associated Person

Eugene Ormandy (conductor)
J.S.Bach (composer)
Isaac Stern (violinists)
Isaac Stern (violinist)
Vivaldi (composer)
David Oistrakh (violinist)

Associated Building

Gropius House (Lincoln, Mass.),

Maker

Columbia Records Inc.

Dimensions

12 3/8 x 12 1/4 (HxW) (inches)

Credit Line

Gift of Ati Gropius Johansen

Accession Number

1998.33

Places

United States