Phonograph Record

Collection Type

  • Video and sound recordings

Date

ca. 1950

GUSN

GUSN-256965

Description

JEAN-PIERRE RAMPAL and PIERRE PIERLOT interpret ANTONIO VIVALDI; square cover for 33 1/3 RPM record; front cover with white background and square printed image in center ; in foreground right are four nude figures with draped coverings and wreaths on heads, one is holding a lyre. in left background is group of clothed figures that appear to be dancing and in center background, atop a mountain is Pegasus; record inside paper sleeve inside cover; manufactured by Musical Heritage Society.

Details

Descriptive Terms

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

Inscription

"STEREO MHS 3514/ JEAN-PIERRE RAMPAL/ and/ PIERRE PIERLOT/ Interpret/ ANTONIO VIVALDI/ 1 Solisti Veneti/ Claudio SCIMONE, Director" (printed)
[similar to front cover] "Side 1: CONCERTO in A MINOR, F. VII/ 19 . . . / CONCERTO in G MJAOR, F. XII/ 52 . . ./ CONCERTO IN F MAJOR, F. VII/18 . . . / Side 2: CONCERTO in D MAJOR, F. VI/17 . . . /CONCERTO IN C MAJOR VII/20 . . . / CONCERTO IN D MAJOR XII/51 . . . ." (at bottom) "MUSICAL HERTIAGE SOCIETY/ Musical Heritage Society Building/ Oakhurst, New Jersey 07755 . . . . / Recorded by Erato" (printed)
[same information as bottom of cover back]
"Jean-Pierre RAMPAL, Flute - Pierre PIERLOT, Oboe/ Caludio SCIMONE, Director/ Recorded by Erato" (printed)

Associated Building

Original To Gropius House (Lincoln, Mass.),

Maker

Unknown

Location of Origin

Oakhurst

Object Type

Sound Communication T&E

Dimensions

12 1/2 x 12 1/2 (HxW) (inches)

Credit Line

Gift of Ati Gropius Johansen

Accession Number

1998.35

Places

New Jersey (United States)