[78-L] what a work of fiction

Jeff Sultanof jeffsultanof at gmail.com
Mon Sep 6 12:49:26 PDT 2010

Didn't they actually remain in the Victor catalog for a few years, or is
this a non-truth that I read somewhere?

Jeff Sultanof

On Mon, Sep 6, 2010 at 3:16 PM, neechevoneeznayou at gmail.com <
neechevoneeznayou at gmail.com> wrote:

> from you-know-where:
> the item is a Victor PRogram Transcription of Stokowski conducting
> Schubert's Symphony #8. At least, I assume it is Schubert and not
> Dvorak. It was never stated exactly.
> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=250692920631&ssPageName=ADME:B:SS:US:1123
> OK, so they are not so common, but I would hardly say they are the
> rarest record to exist. I would immediately think of Berliners and
> pre-dog Victors (or pre-Victor Victors) as more difficult to come by
> perhaps, or 20" Pathes, all of which were also commercially produced and
> relatively new tech in their respective days. I didn't know that Victor
> attempted to destroy all the machines and records - like they would
> waste money on that when times were tough...
> joe salerno
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