Phonograph Record

Collection Type

  • Video and sound recordings

Date

1940-1970

GUSN

GUSN-258231

Description

CASALS FESTIVAL AT PERPIGNAN; BEETHOVEN; MOZART; Front cover lime green sky, building in white, five arches on bottom floor and three square openings left and ceter, six narrow arched window areas, tower above, birds flying around; back cover gives information on Bach's life and festivals held after his death; festivals in 1950; information on pianists; record inside.

Details

Descriptive Terms

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

Inscription

[excerpts printed in small boxes shaped like pieces of wood]; "Casals Festival/ at Perpignan" (top left corner); "Sonata No. 2 in G Minor, / Op. 5, No. 2/ for Violoncello and Pians" (upper center left); "Beethoven" (top right); "Twelve Variations in / F Major/ on 'Ein Ma dehen ader Weibchen'/ (Op.66) from Mozart's 'Magic/ Flute' for Violoncello and Piano" (upper right center); "Seven Variations in E-Flat/ on' 'Bei Mannern, Welche Liebe/ fuhlen' from Mozart's Magic/ Flute' for Violoncello and Piano" (center right); "Columbia"; "Masterworks"; [two copyright symbols] "Trade Marks Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. Marcas Registrades. Printed in U.S.A." (bottom center) (printed)
[information from front cover repeated]; [summary of fetivals held in honor of Bach's death] (left side); [summary of Beethoven compositions for this record and instrumentalists] (right side); "Other records in the Columbia Masterworks Casals Perpignan Festival are listed below:" (with listing, across bottom); "COLUMBIA 33 1/3 RECORDS" (bottom right) (printed)
[information repeated from cover]

Associated Building

Original To Gropius House (Lincoln, Mass.),

Maker

Columbia Records Inc.

Object Type

Sound Communication T&E

Dimensions

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

Credit Line

Gift of Ati Gropius Johansen

Accession Number

1998.48

Places

United States