[78-L] Reused numbers?

Damian's 78s damians78s at damians78s.co.uk.invalid
Sun Aug 31 09:07:29 PDT 2014

It's also the earliest recording of Till Eulenspiegel. Wood conducted it 
often, yet this heavily trimmed version is his only recording of anything by 
Richard Strauss. Despite the truncation, it's still great fun!

I posted a transfer of it on my website back in June, along with Strauss's 
1922 recording of Don Juan (which has just one minor cut of 24 bars)

Damian R

-----Original Message----- 
From: David Lennick
Sent: Sunday, August 31, 2014 4:49 PM
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Subject: Re: [78-L] Reused numbers?

By the way, it really is "complete" on two sides. Okay, I lied about the

On 8/31/2014 11:36 AM, David Lennick wrote:
> Okay, gang..I have here Columbia Flag Label 68008-D, Henry J. Wood 
> conducting
> parts 1 and 2 of "Tills Merry Pranks: or a Rogue's Rondo" (sic!) and on
> googling this number to find out if it takes a second disc or is edited, I 
> find
> several references to Hamilton Harty conducting Mendelssohn's Italian 
> Symphony
> on Columbia 68007/9-D, a 1931 recording. What the heckity heck is going on 
> here?
> dl
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