Kreisler/Lamson: Souvenirs (Violin Encores) - RCA VIC-1372 (1S/1S stampers)

$7.00 USD

RCA (LP)

Jacket VG / LP EX / US pressing

This handsome LP from RCA (VIC-1372, US pressing, plum/silver label – ED1, 1S/1S stampers, mono) entitled “Fritz Kreisler Souvenirs” features the legendary violinist in 14 selections from his remarkable discography, accompanied by the pianist Carl Lamson.

The exact contents are as follows:

Kreisler: Tambourin chinois – rec. 27 February 1928

Kreisler: Caprice viennois – rec. 14 April 1926

Kreisler: Gypsy Caprice – rec. 25 March 1927

Kreisler: Shepherd’s Madrigal – rec. 17 March 1927

Kreisler: Schön rosmarin – rec. 25 March 1927

Kreisler: Liebeslied – rec. 14 April 1926

Kreisler: Liebesfreud – rec. 14 April 1926

Kreisler: The Old Refrain – rec. 9 April 1924

Kreisler: Chanson Louis XIII and Pavane – rec. 18 December 1929

Dohnányi: Gypsy Andante – rec. 1 February 1928

Dvorak (arr. Kreisler): Humoresque – rec. 1 February 1928

Dvorak (arr. Kreisler): Indian Lament (adapted from the Second Movement of the Sonatina for Violin and Piano Op. 100) – rec. 21 December 1928

Dvorak (arr. Kreisler): Slavonic Dance No. 1 in G minor – rec. 6 December 1928

Dvorak (arr. Kreisler): Slavonic Dance No. 3 in G Major – rec. 6 December 1928

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There is an eloquent tribue (uncredited) to Kreisler’s artistry on the reverse side of the jacket, provided in English only. The memorable cover photo is similary uncredited.

CONDITION – PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:

The gradations of condition I use are as follows: MINT, Near-Mint, Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair, Poor.

The condition of the jacket is VERY GOOD. There is minor curling to the upper-right corner and slight bumping at the other corners, but that is all. There are no seamsplits, owners’ markings, or other defects, and the album remains solid, bright, and highly attractive – overall, a very good collector's copy.

The condition of the LP itself is EXCELLENT. Though there is occasional light surface noise, in general the playback remains quite fine. However, those wanting a flawless or near-MINT copy are kindly advised to look elsewhere. Overall, this rates as an excellent collector's copy.

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