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Columbia Masterworks Records was a record label started in 1924 by Columbia Records. In 1980, it was separated from the Columbia label and renamed CBS Masterworks Records. In 1990, it was renamed Sony Classical Records after its sale to the Sony Corporation. When Columbia Records undertook the project of releasing great classical music for domestic sale in America, the label was still a year away from an "electrical" recording process. lt;/p
Columbia continued the Masterworks series into the LP era, however this discography only covers 78rpm recordings. The Columbia Masterworks 78rpm Album Discography is an initiative of the 78rpm Collectors' Community. It lists all albums in sequence according to issue number. It also includes an outline of the D and J Canadian Columbia Masterworks series.
Read Issue 53, which features the winners of the 2019 National Magazine Award for fiction.
This is not an ego-driven manipulation. Instead, it is Wilson's attempt to get an optimum performance from himself as much as it is to get a good sound from his ever-changing sonic architects. Included among these veterans are guitarists Glen Campbell, Tommy Tedesco, and Barney Kessel. Their contributions range from electric guitar solo to strumming a banjo - all within minutes of each other. Unlike most other composers, Wilson knew with acute precision what he wanted before he ever hired the musicians for the recording sessions
|A2||–Mozart*||Symphony No. 33, K. 319|
|A3||–Bach*||Concerto In C Minor For Two Harpsichords|
|A4||–Glinka*||Russlan And Ludmilla Overture|
|A5||–De Falla*||El Retablo De Maese Pedro|
|A6||–Beethoven*||"Emperor" Piano Concerto No. 5 In E Major|
|A7||–Jose Greco*||Spanish Dance Spectacular|
|A8||–Schubert*||Rosamunde (Incidental Music)|
|A10||–Mozart*||Organ Sonata No. 2 K. 68|
|B2||–Bruckner*||Symphony No. 9|
|B3||–Mendelssohn*||Octet In E Flat Major Op. 20|
|B4||–Tchaikovsky*||Piano Concerto No. 1|
|B5||–Halevy*||Rachel! Quand Du Seigneur|
|B6||–Bellini*||Concerto For Oboe And Orchestra|
|B7||–Mozart*||"Coronation" Piano Concerto No. 26 In D Major, K 537|
|B8||–Beethoven*||Rasoumovsky Quartet Op. 59 No. 3|
|B9||–Mahler*||Das Lied Von Der Erde|
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