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Five new LPs for the New Year

1. Borodin Symphony No. 1 & Dohnanyi Symphonic Minutes

Bavarian Symphony Orchestra, conductor: Kurt Graunke. Urania URLP 7066

2. Dvorak: Symphonic Suite from "The Jacobin" (Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor: Kurt Kretschmar)

Dvorak: Carnival Overture (Linz Bruckner Symphony Orchestra / Georg Ludwig Jochum)

Smetana: Libussa Overture (Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra / Arthur Rother)

Urania URLP 7094

3. Dvorak: Symphony No. 8 in G (No. 4 on LP label & sleeve)

Leipzig Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor: Gerhard Pfluger. Urania URLP 7160

4. Fritz Lehmann

1. Schumann: "Manfred" Overture 2. Brahms: Tragic Overture

3. Debussy: L'Apres midi d'une faune 4: Strauss: Don Juan

Bamberg Philharmonic Orchestra (Track 1), Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (Tracks 2 - 4)

Conductor: Fritz Lehmann, DG LPEM 19 154

5. Prokofiev: Symphony No. 4 (original version), "The Prodigal Son" ballet suite

Colonne Concert Society Orchestra, conductor: George Sebastian. Urania URLP 7139

The four Urania LPs kindly loaned by Ben Cutler, the Lehmann disc from my own collection. All transfers by Alan Bunting.


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