Notes for March 2011
Number of items in this month's catalogue: 2To those of you back-ordered on Dutch discs from January: Since the attempted terrorist attack in late December involving a toner-cartridge bomb on a UPS flight from Yemen, anything larger than a single CD is being sent from Europe to the U.S. by sea. I re-ordered the Nozeman, Van Roos and Piano Music from Java CDs in mid-January and they were shipped on Jan. 20. Over 5 weeks later, they still haven't arrived. All I can tell you is that, when I get them, I'll mail them...
March 2011 Catalogue
Orchestral Music from Argentina - 1955 historical recordingsJULIÁN AGUIRRE (1868-1924): 2 danzas argentinas (Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra; Luis Gianneo), ROBERTO CAAMAÑO (1923-1993): Suite for Strings, Op. 9 (BAPO; Gianneo), WASHINGTON CASTRO (1909-2004): Concierto campestre (BAPO; Washington Castro), CELIA TORRÁ (1884-1962): Rapsodia enterriana (National Symphony Orchestra; Celia Torrá), CARLOS GUASTAVINO (1912-2000): Las niñas (NSO; Roberto Kinsky), GILARDO GILARDI (1889-1963): El gaucho con botas nuevas (NSO; Kinsky), LUIS GIANNEO (1897-1968): El tarco en flor (NSO; Gianneo), ROBERTO GARCÍA MURILLO (1911-2003): Movimiento sinfónico (NSO; Kinsky), JACOBO FICHER (1896-1978): El gaucho, Op. 51 (NSO; Jacobo Ficher), CARLOS LÓPEZ BUCHARDO (1881-1948): Campera (NSO; Kinsky), NICOLÁS J. LAMURAGLIA (1896-1973): Suite for String Orchestra and Concertante Piano (Francisco Amicarelli [piano], BAPO; Juan José Castro), FELIPE BOERO (1884-1958): 4 danzas criollas (NSO; Kinsky), ALBERTO GINASTERA (1916-1983): Overture to the Creole Faust (NSO; Kinsky).
An Anthology of Czech Piano MusicVITESZLAV NOVÁK (1870-1949): Sonata Eroica, Op. 24, Songs of Winter Nights, Op. 30, Slovak Suite, Op. 32 Dymak, Op. 34/2, JOSEF SUK (1874-1935): Piano Pieces, Op. 7, Spring, Op. 22a, Summer Impressions, Op. 22b, About Mother, Op 28, BOHUSLAV MARTINU (1890-1959): Fantaisie et toccata, Les bouqinistes du Quai Malaquais, Sonata No. 1, Adagio, Etudes and Polkas, Books 1-3, BEDRICH SMETANA (1824-1884): 2 Polkas from 3 Salon Polkas, Op. 7, Polka in A Flat from 3 Poetic Polkas, Op. 8, Dreams, Czech Dances II, LEOS JANÁCEK (1854-1928): On an Overgrown Path, Books I and II, In the Mists, Sonata I:X:1905, ANTONÍN DVORÁK (1841-1904): Tema con variazione, Op. 36, Poetic Tone Pictures, Op. 85.
Schumann and Chopin transcriptions by FRÉDÉRIC MEINDERSROBERT SCHUMANN (1810-1856): Dichterliebe, Op. 48, 3 Romances for Oboe and Piano, Op. 94, Von fremden Ländern und Menschen, Op. 15/1 (for left hand), Wehmut, Op. 39/9, FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN (1810-1849): Nocturne, Op. 9/2, Etudes, Op. 25, Nos. 1 & 7 (all for left hand), Etude, Op. 10/3, Walzes, Opp. 64/2, 69/1, 64/1 & 70/3, Impromptu, Op. 51/3, Lithuanian Song, Op. 74/16, Etude, Op. 25/8 combined with Etudes Op. 25/3 & 4.