Classical Recording Hall of Fame Additions

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These are recordings 64 thru 80 to be honored. Both numbers are listed, and they are listed in random order:

1 (64). Dvorak-“Rusalka”. Milada Subrtova, Ivo Zidek,
Eduard Haken and others. Prague National Theatre
Orchestra and Chorus/Zdenek Chalabala. Recorded by
Supraphon (Prague 1961). CD# SU 0013-2.

2 (65). Rachmaninov-“Symphony 3”. Philadelphia
Orchestra/Sergei Rachmaninov. Recorded by RCA
(Philadelphia 12/39). CD# RCA 62532.

3 (66). Saint Saens-“Violin Concerto 3”. Arthur
Grumiaux (violin), Lamoureaux Orchestra/Manuel
Rosenthal. Recorded by Philips (Paris 12/63). CD#
Philips Japan UCCP 7024.

4 (67). Mussorgsky-“Pictures at an Exhibition”.
Sviatoslav Richter (piano). Recorded in Sofia (2/58).
CD# Philips 464 734 2.

5 (68). Brahms-“Piano Quintet”. Rudolf Serkin (piano),
members of the Budapest Quartet. Recorded by Columbia
(Guilford, Vermont 9/63). CD# Sony MPK 45686.

6 (69). Janacek-“Sinfonietta”. Czech Philharmonic
Orchestra/Bretislav Bakala. Recorded by Supraphon
(Prague 1951). CD# SU 3616 2.

7 (70). Grieg-“String Quartet”. Budapest Quartet.
Recorded by HMV (1937). CD# RCA 61826.

8 (71). Sibelius-“6 Humoresques for violin and
orchestra”. Aaron Rosand (violin), Southwest German
Radio Symphony Orchestra/Rolf Reinhardt. Recorded by
Vox (1957). CD# Vox 5116.

9 (72). Berlioz-“Symphonie Fantastique”. Lamoureaux
Orchestra/Igor Markevitch. Recorded by DG (Paris
1/61). CD# DG 423 957 2.

10 (73). Vivaldi-“The Four Seasons”. Alan Loveday
(violin), Academy of St. Martin in the Fields/Neville
Marriner. Recorded by Decca (London 9/69). CD# Decca
466 232 2.

11 (74). Sibelius-“Symphony 5”. Berlin
Philharmonic/Herbert von Karajan. Recorded by DG
(Berlin 2/65). CD# DG 457 748 2.

12 (75). Lalo-“Symphonie Espagnole”. Henri Merckel
(violin), Pasdeloup Concert Association
Orchestra/Piero Coppola. Recorded by French Columbia
(Paris 1932). CD# Opus Kura OPK 2028.

13 (76). Manuel de Falla-“Nights in the Gardens of
Spain”. Artur Rubinstein (piano), St. Louis Symphony
Orchestra/Vladimir Gloschmann. Recorded by RCA (St.
Louis 11/49). CD# RCA 63018. 

14 (77). Roussel-“Bacchus and Ariadne Suite 2”.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Jean Martinon. Recorded by
RCA (Chicago 12/64). Original LP# RCA LSC 2806. Not
available on CD.

15 (78). Stravinsky-“The Rite of Spring”. Columbia
Symphony Orchestra/Igor Stravinsky. Recorded by
Columbia (New York 1/60). CD# Sony 88910.

16 (79). Vaughan Williams-“Hodie”. Dame Janet Baker,
John Shirley-Quirk, Richard Lewis. London Symphony
Orchestra, Bach Choir, Westminster Abby Choristers/Sir
David Willcocks. Recorded by EMI (London 1965). CD#
EMI 67427.

17 (80). Dvorak-“Symphony 9-The New World Symphony”. Vienna
Philharmonic Orchestra/Istvan Kertesz. Recorded by
Decca in the Sofiensaal, Vienna (3/61). Producer-Ray
Minschull. Engineer-James Brown. Original U.K. LP #
Decca SXL 2289. CD# Decca Japan UCCD 7005.  
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