Commercial Matrix Quadraphonic Cassettes?

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tcdriver

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I am trying to find a definitive answer to the question, were there any commercial matrix encoded quadraphonic cassettes manufactured during the quadraphonic era? I know that Angel records released most, but not all, of its LP's as SQ only. That is, there was no dual inventory for the Angel releases. What about their cassettes? Were the Angel cassettes remixed for two-channel stereo or were the SQ quadraphonic mixes used to make the cassettes?

I have Angel brochure "The Angel Stereo Quad Catalog" with a list of some of their albums. Cassettes are not mentioned in the brochure. Only LP records are shown. The brochure does offer this: “Packaging identification. All Angel SQ albums are identified by the Angel trademark in the double circle.” Several Angel or Seraphim cassettes I have use the double circle logo on the label, however, nowhere on the cassette sleeve is there anything to suggest that the cassette is SQ quadraphonic encoded.

Who can shed light on these questions?
 

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Good question, and I don't know the answer.

Did Ovation do cassettes?
 

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On the surface, it might seem like a stereo cassette would be ideal for matrix quad, but in practice it really doesn't work very well. Tape head azimuth can really mess with phase, so recording on one deck and playing back on another would not likely decode properly into four channels ... especially when commercial high-speed tape duplication is used.
 

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BASF SQ Dolby CRO.Classics In Rhythm Brandenberg Big Band
BASF SQ Dolby CRO.Welhits In Quadro Harold Falt Orch.
BASF SQ Dolby CRO.The Most Beautiful Girls In The world
BASF SQ Dolby CRO.The World Is Full Of Love
BASF SQ Dolby CRO.Drum Box Klaus Weiss
Angel SQ Dolby Music Of Ravel
Angel SQ Dolby Palm Court Concert
Angel SQ Dolby XDR Demo
QS Tchaikovsky 1812 Utah Sym.
Mancini In Surround db
QS Pietro Locatelli Ensemble Of France
Grieg Works For Orchestra QS 3 Cass.
Ravel All Works For Orchestra QS 3 Cass.
Jacques Offenbach Orpheus In Der Unterwelt SQ 2 Cass.
 

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On the surface, it might seem like a stereo cassette would be ideal for matrix quad, but in practice it really doesn't work very well. Tape head azimuth can really mess with phase, so recording on one deck and playing back on another would not likely decode properly into four channels ... especially when commercial high-speed tape duplication is used.
With all due respect,
I don't think that the difference for a misaligned cassette deck playback head would affect the SQ encoding, unless the angle was ridiculous-and then you'd get crosstalk.

Mu guess is that ALL of the Angel EMI LPs that are listed as SQ and available in cassette , are SQ encoded..hell, I'll even stick my hand out for the Columbia ones...

Ahh , cassettes...trip down memorylane
 

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With all due respect,
I don't think that the difference for a misaligned cassette deck playback head would affect the SQ encoding, unless the angle was ridiculous-and then you'd get crosstalk.

Mu guess is that ALL of the Angel EMI LPs that are listed as SQ and available in cassette , are SQ encoded..hell, I'll even stick my hand out for the Columbia ones...

Ahh , cassettes...trip down memorylane
Look up the difference between alignment and azimuth.
 

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IIRC, Phillips didn't allow it as the resulting tapes would not be compatible with regular cassette players.

Oops, you meant matrixed.
 

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My guess is that ALL of the Angel EMI LPs that are listed as SQ and available in cassette, are SQ encoded.hell, I'll even stick my hand out for the Columbia ones...
My thinking was that the Angel cassettes would be SQ encoded because their LP discs were single inventory. It is odd, in my opinion, that Angel did not acknowledge SQ encoding on their packaging other than the dual circles around the angel logo. The Columbia cassettes would likely not be SQ encoded because their records were mostly dual inventory. If they had made SQ encoded cassettes, I would have expected them to try to charge a premium, just as they did with the LPs.

Thank you all for responding to my question.
 

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Several of the Syntonic Research Environments cassette tapes are matrix encoded but they do not reveal which encoding system they used. The liner notes only indicates the "tapes are matrx-encoded for quadraphonic playback"
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No actual experience myself but the editorial comments in the trade mags (High Fidelity and/or Audio and/or Stereo Review) was that the resulting phase errors from the decoding coupled with this mediums playback anomalies would not make for a stable listening experience.
 

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Not quite a cassette, but I have a very cheesy-looking 8 track with four programs and a logo that says "SQ - stereo quad encoded" (not the usual SQ logo though). It's "A Time For Love Vol. 2", Mirex MI655b (1974). Needs rebuilt and I dread the thought of what it would sound like anyway.

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Leaving the technical aspect aside--probably a good idea at the moment--I think it's safe to say if a recording was issued ONLY in SQ or QS format, if it were issued on cassette, reel, or 8-track, then that mastering would too be decodable just as the vinyl would have been. In other words, if you have a tape of any of the Angel SQ's or Impulse! QS's, then these should be the same encoding regardless of the sound carrier. How well these tape sources would play back and decode is harder to say, although the quality of reel tape would suggest that would, if available, be the best choice.

But for those recordings that were issued both in stereo and quad, the odds are very much against (if always remotely possible) the tapes being anything other than stereo. A title or two might have slipped out with an SQ master, but I doubt that was likely with Columbia/Epic, since all the tapes I've heard of titles issued in quad seem to be stereo on whatever tape sources exist.

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Several of the Syntonic Research Environments cassette tapes are matrix encoded but they do not reveal which encoding system they used. The liner notes only indicates the "tapes are matrx-encoded for quadraphonic playback"
Tom
I have 3 of those Syntonic cassettes...
Don't ask me how or why I got them but
I do believe they were SQ.

I took some of my cleaned up SQ LPs and transferred them to reel to reel
and played them back through my Sony SQ decoder just playing around to see what would happen and it didn't sound too bad.
Obviously nowhere near what a true 4 channel tape would sound like but...
it left me to wondering why Columbia didn't break through the stereo reel market with an SQ encoded quad compatible reel.
Not that Columbia never got into quad reel tape anyway.
At least not commercially. :D


(Now I have like 15 reels of those "experiments" sitting on a shelf!)
 

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Nobody mentioned the EV and QS cassettes released by Ovation Records. They also did both matrixed and discrete 8 track tapes, and I think they had some discrete quad reels. Radio Shack also had some EV-encoded cassettes and 8 tracks as well.
 

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Here is what I know about that are listed in the discography. I found an error or two of titles listed as SQC (meaning it is a SQ encoded cassette) but are actually QS only releases and are identified as such.

Classical

ANGEL (Multiple Disc/Tape Sets)

4X3S-3761 [3 TAPE] (DSQC) ROSSINI: The Barber of Seville

4X3S-3812 [3 TAPE] (DSQC) TCHAIKOVSKY: The Sleeping Beauty

4X3S-3815 (DSQC) [3 TAPES] VERDI: Aida {The Disc version, SCLX-3BiS, is not SQ encoded [excerpts on S-372283 are SQ encoded}

4X3S-3824 (DSQC) [3 TAPE] VINCENZO BELLINI: I Capuleti e I Montecchi

4X3S-3832 (DSQC) [3 TAPE] JULES MASSENET

4X3S-3833 (DSQC) [3 TAPE] VERDI: MacBETH

4X3S-3834 (DSQC) [3 TAPE] TCHIAKOVSKY: Swan Lake

4X2S-3838 (DSQC) [2 TAPE] BRAHMS: A German Requiem

4X2S-3843 (DSQC) [2 TAPE] LEO DELIBES: Coppella

4X4X-3844 (DSQC) [4 LP] MODEST MUSSORGSKY: Boris Gudounov

4X3X-3846 (DSQC) [3 TAPE] GUSTAVE CHARPENTER: Louise

4X3X-3850 (DSQC) [3 TAPE] VERDI: Nabucco

4X4S-3854 (DSQC) [4 TAPE] BEETHOVEN: Five Concerti for Piano dr Orchestra

4X3X-3855 (DSQC) [3 TAPE] VERDI: Il Trovatore

4X2X-3856 (DSQC) [2 TAPE] GEORGES BIZET: Les Pecheurs de perles

4X3X-3857 (DSQC) GIACOMO PUCCINI: Turandot

4X2S-3860 (DSQC) 2 TAPE] LEO DELIBES: Sylvia

4X2S-3865 (DSQC) [2] Emil Tchakarov/National Iranian Radio & Television Chamber Orchestra: Treasures of the Baroque Ara

4Z2S-3880 (DSQC) [2] L.V. BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9 in d, "Choral"

4DF-3966 (SQC) [6] P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY: The Six Symphonies

4XCB-3967 (3-SQC) [3] ROBERT SCHUMANN: The Four Symphonies

4XS-36092 (DSQC) Lee Erwin: Music for D.W. Griffith Silent Film Classics

4XS-36887 (DSQC) Willi Boskovsky/Johann Strauss Orchestra of Vienna: Music of Vieuna, Album 2 [disc version, S-36887, is not SQ encoded.]

4XS-36899 (DSQC) EDVARD CRIEG: Concerto in a for Piano

4XS-36979 (DSQC) HEITOR VILLA-LOBOS : Bachianas Brasileiras

4XS-36991 (DSQC) GUSTAV HOLST: The Planets

4XS-37053 (DSQC) ANTONIO VIVALDI: The Four Seasons

4XS-37057 (DSQC) RICHARD STRAUSS: Don Quixote

4XS-37061 (DSQC) NIKOLAI RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Scheherazade

4XS-37O64 (DSQC) CLAUDE DEBUSSY: Orchestral Music, Album 1

4XS-37065 (DSQC) CLAUDE DEBUSSY: Orchestral Music, ,Album 2

4XS-37O66 (DSQC) CLAUDE DEBUSSY: Orchestral Music, Album 3

4XS-37067 (DSQC) CLAUDE DEBUSSY: Orchestral Husic, Album 4

4XS-37O68 (DSQC) CLAUDE DEBUSSY: Orchestral Music, Album 5

4XS-37097 (DSQC) RICHARD WAGNER: Karajan Conducts Wagner, Album 1

4XS-37098 (DSQC) RICHARD WACNER: Karajan Conducts Wagner, Album 2

4XS-37117 (DSQC) CARL ORFF: Carmina Burana

4XS-37118 (DSQC) CAMILLE SAINT-SAENS: Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso

4XS-37120 (DSQC) SERGI RACHMANINOFF: Symphony No. 1

4XS-37122 (DSQC) CAMILLE SAINT- SAENS: Symphony No. 3

4XS-37124 (DSQC) CLAUDE DEBUSSY: Orchestral Music, Album 6

4XS-37138 (DSQC) HECTOR BERLIOZ: Symphonie Fantastique, Op. 14

4XS-37144 (DSQC) JOHANN STRAUSS II: Overture to "Die Fledermaus"

4XS-37145 (DSQC) FRANZ LISZT: Concerto No. 1

4XS-37147 (DSQC) MAURICE RAVEL: Orchestral Music, Album 1

4XS-37148 (DSQC) MAURICE RAVEL: Orchestral Music, Album 2

4XS-37149 (DSQC) MAURICE RAVEL: Orchestral Music, Album 3

4XS-37150 (DSQC) MAURICE RAVEL: Orchestral Music, Album 4

4XS-37151 (DSQC) MAURICE RAVEL: Orchestral Music, Album 5

4XS-37156 (DSQC) Yehudi Menuhin & Stephane Grappelli: Music of the '3Os, Album 2

4XS-37160 (DSQC) Beverly Sills & Andre Kostelanetz: Music of Victor Herbert

4XS-37193 (DSQC) F.J. HAYDN: Concerto in C for Cello

4XS-37200 (DSQC) Ravi Shankar, Yehudi Menuhin & Jean-Pierre Rampal: Improvisations/West Meets East, Album 3.

4XS-372O8 (DSQC) EMIL WALDTEUFEL: Waltzes & Polkas

4XS-37209 (DSQC) JACQUES OFTENBACH : Gaite Parisienne

4XS-37219 (DSQC) S. RACHMANINOFF: Transcriptions for Piano

4XS-37230 (DSQC) ANTONIN DVORAK: Symphony No. 9

4XS-37237 (DSQC) GIOACCHINO ROSSINI: The Barber of Seville

4XS-37254 (DSQC) FRITZ KREISLER: Itzhak Perlman Plays Fritt Kreisler, Album 2

4XS-37256 (DSQC) ERNEST BLOCH: Schelomo

4XS-37260 (DSQC) SERGEI RACHMANINOFF: Symphony No. 3

4XS-37261 (DSQC) P.I. TCHAIKOVSKI: The Sleeping Beauty

4XS-37263 (DSQC) David Munrow/Early Music Consort of London

4XS-37268 (DSQC) FELIX MENDELSSOHN: A Midsummer Night's Dream

4XS-37277 (DSQC) FRANZ LISZT: Hungarian Rhapsodies for Orchestra

4XS-37278 (DSQC) FRANZ LISZT: Hungarian Rhapsodies for Orchestra

4XS-37285 (DSQC) DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 5

4XS-37286 (DSQC) JOHANNES BRAHMS: Concerto in D for Violin

4XS-37287 (DSQC) ANTON BRUCKNER: Symphony No. 9

4XS-37296 (DSQC) P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 4 in F

4ZS-37293 (DSQC) P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY: "Manfred" Symphony, Op. 58

4XS-37298 (DSQC) P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 5 in e

4XS-37299 (DSQC) P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 6

4XS-37301 (DSQC) OTTORIO RESPEGHI: Ancient Airs & Dances

4XS-37304 (DSQC) Albert White/San Francisco Masters of Melody: A Palm Court Concert

4XS-37402 (DSQC) OTTORINO RESPIGHI: "Belfagor" Overture

4XS-37404 (DSQC) G.F. HANDEL: Royal Fireworks Music

4XS-37407 (DSQC) GIUSEPPE VERDI: Overtures & Preludes

4XS-37408 (DSQC) JEAN SIBELIUS: Finlandia

4XS-37409 (DSQC) MIKHAIL GLINKA: "Russian & Ludmila"

4XS-37410 (DSQC) L.V. BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 3

4XS-37411 (DSQC) ARAM KHACHATURIAN: Spartacus & Gayaneh

4XS-37413 (DSQC) HECTOR BERLIOZ: Harold in Italy

4XS-37414 (DSQC) HECTOR BERLIOZ: Symphonie fantastique

4XS-37424 (DSQC) EMMANUEL CHABRIER: Joyeuse marche

4XS-37436 (DSQC) EDWARD ELGAR: Pomp & Circumstance Marches

4XS-37437 (DSQC) ANTONIN DVORAK: Symphony No. 9

4XS-37438 (DSQC) CLAUDE DEBUSSY: La Mer; prelude a l'apres-midi d'un faune

4XS-37440 (DSQC) JOAQUIN RODRIGO: Concierto de Aranjuez for Guitar & Orchestra

4XS-37441 (DSQC) FRANCIS POULENC: Concert champtre for Harpsichord

4XS-37442 (DSQC) DARIUS MILHAUD: La Creation du monde

4XS-37443 (DSQC) W.A. MOZART: Serenade in G

4XS-37444 (DSQC) JEAN SIBELIUS: Symphony No. 2

4XS-37445 (DSQC) KARL GOLDMARK: Concerto No. 1

4XS-37446 (DSQC) Mirelli Freni: Sings Opera Arias

4XS-37449 (DSQC) David Munrow/Early Music Consort of London: Renaissance Suite

4XS-37450 (DSQC) ANTONIO VlVALD: The Four Seasons Nos. 1-4

4XS-37457 (DSQC) ANTON DVORAK: Concerto in b for Cello

4XS-37463 (DSQC) L.V. BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 5

4XS-37464 (DSQC) NIKOLAI RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Capriccio espagnol

4XS-37472 (DSQC) P,F. TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 2

4XS-37483 (DSQC) ALBERT W. KETELBEY: In a Monestary Garden

4XS-37508 (DSQC) GUSTAV MAHLER: Symphony No. 1

4XS-37509 (DSQC) ALEXANDER GLAZOUNOV: Seasons

4XS-37510 (DSQC) EDVARD GRIEG: Concerto in a for piano

4XS-37513 (DSQC) FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN: Trumpet Concerto in E

4XS-37520 (DSQC) SERGEI RACHMANINOFF: Symphony No. 2

4XS-37528 (DSQC) P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY: Romeo & Juliet

4XS-37529 (DSQC) L.V. BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 4

4XS-37530 (DSQC) L.V. BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 6

4XS-37531 (DSQC) L.V. BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 7

4XS-37532 (DSQC) G.F. HANDEL: Water Music

4XS-37533 (DSQC) Yehudi Menuhin & Stephane Grappelli: Tea for Two.

4ZS-37544* (DSQC) FRANZ SHUBERT: Symphony No. 8

4ZS-37545 (DSQC) FRANZ SHUBERT: Symphony No. 9

4XS-37547 (DSQC) EMIL WALDTEUFEL: Waltzes, Album 2

4XS-37553 (DSQC) New Koto Ensemble of Tokyo: Koto Mozart!

4XS-37561 (DSQC) P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY: Swan Lake

4XS-37567 (DSQC) W.A. MOZART: Concerto No. 21
{This title may not be quad, status has not yet been determined}

4ZS-37589* (DSQC) L.V. BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 1

4ZS-37754 (DSQC) FRANZ SCHUBERT: Symphony No. 3

ANGEL EMINENCE

4AE-34421 (SQC) P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY: Piano Concerto No.1

ANGEL RED LINE

4RL-32011 (SQC) RICHARD STRAUSS: Ein Heldenleben

4RL-32013 (SQC) P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No.1

4RL-32016 (SQC) G.F. HANDEL: Concertos Nos.1 and 3

4RL-32017 (SQC) JOHANNES BRAHMS: Alto Rhapsody.

4RL-32018 (SQC) MODEST MUSSOUGSKY: Pictures at an Exhibition

4RL-32022 (SQC) F.J. HAYDN: Symphonies Nos.88 and 96

4RL-32023 (SQC) W.A. MOZART: Concerto No.10

4RL-32024 (SQC) RICHARD WAGNER: Arias

4RL-32045 (SQC) L.V. BEETHOVEN: "Emperor"

4RL-32046 (SQC) FRANZ LISZT: Piano Concertos

4RL-32047 (SQC) P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY: Romeo & Juliet

4RL-32048 (SQC) P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No.3

4RL-32085 (SQC) L.V. BEETHOVEN: Sonata No.1 in f

4RL-32086 (SQC) ANTONIN DVORAK: Symphony No.7

4RL-32089 (SQC) EMIL WALDTEUFEL: Waltzes, Album 2

4RL-32090 (SQC) EMIL WALDTEUFEL: Waltzes & Polkas

4RL-32092 (SQC) FREDERIC CHOPIN: Concerto No. 1

4RL-32093 (SQC) FREDERIC CHOPIN: Concerto No.2

4RL-32106 (SQC) RICHARD STRAUSS: Don Quixote

4RL-32107 (SQC) SERGEI RACHMANINOFF: Symphony No.1

CONNOISSEUR SOCIETY (Laboratory Series)

C-4005* (DSQC) FRANZ LISZT: Organ Works

C-4006* (DSQC) BELA BARTOK: Sonata (1926)

C-4009* (DSQC) CEASER FRANCK: Psyche

C-4011* (DSQC) ARTHUR HONEGGER: Pacific 231

C-4018* (DSQC) ANTONIN DVORAK: Slavonic Dances

SERAPHIM (Single Disc/Tape Albums)

4XG-60283 (SQC) RICHARD STRAUSS: Also sparch Zarathustra

4XG-60297 (SQC) RICHARD STRAUSS: Death & Transfiguration

4XG-60401* (SQC) SERGEI RACHMANINOFF: Symphony No.2

4XG-60403* (SQC) L.V. BEETHOVEN: Symphony No.8 i

4XG-60420* (SQC) OFFENBACH-ROSENTHAL: Gaite parisienne

Popular Recordings

LARRY FERRARI -
Musical Varieties. Sure 710 (SQC)
Rainbow of Musical Favorites. Sure 711 (SQC)
At the Mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ/Encore. Sure 708 (SQC)

THE KENDALLS -
Heavens Just a Sin Away. Ovation OVC-1719 (QSC)
Old Fashioned Love. Ovation OVC-1733 (QSC)

JOHN KLEMMER -
Intensity. (QS), MCAC 37019 (SQC)

PHILADELPHIA STRING BANDS -
Annual Salute to the Mummers
11th / 1972. Sure [2 LP] 46-2 (SQC)
12th / 1973. Sure [2 LP] 49-2 (SQC)
13th / 1974. Sure [2 LP] 52-2 (SQC)
14th / 1975. Sure [2 LP] 54-2 (SQC)
15th / 1976. Sure [2 LP] 55-2 (SQC)
16th / 1977. Sure [2 LP] 57-2 (SQC)
17th / 1978. Sure [2 LP] 60-2 (SQC)
18th / 1979. Sure [2 LP] 62-2 (SQC)
Best of the Mummers / Spotlight Series
2 / 1972. Sure 47 (SQC)
3 / 1973. Sure 50 (SQC)
4 / 1974. Sure [2 LP] 51-2 (SQC)
5 / 1975. Sure [2 LP] 53-2 (SQC)
6 / 1977. Sure [2 LP] 53-2 (SQC)
7 / 1978. Sure [2 LP] 61-2 (SQC)
Ferco String Band/Before the Parade Passes By. Sure 42
(SQC)
Fralinger String Band / Goes Pop. Sure 40 (SQC)
Fralinger String Band / In the Mood. Sure 58 (SQC)
Greater Overbrook String Band/Musical Gems. Sure 48 (SQC)
Polish American String Band/Pulaski Day Parade Polkas. Sure 43
(SQC)
Welcome to Philadelphia/Souvenir of the Bicentennial. Sure
[2 LP] 56-2 (SQC)

WERNER TWARDY ORCHESTRA -
Seasons In White. BASF 21-32145-8 (SQC,CrO2,Dolby B) [Germany]

Movie Soundtracks

Company (Original Cast). Columbia ST-3550 (SQC)

Anthology-Samplers

ANGLE
The Angle XDR Cassette, 4XNP-37400* (DSQC)

SYNTONIC RESEARCH - Cassette Series
Environments, Tape 1: Slow Ocean. SC-99001 (DDYC)
{Selection from SD-66001}

Environments, Tape 2: Ultimate Thunderstorm. SC-99002 (DDYC)
{Selection from SD-66004}

Environments, Tape 3: Sailboat. SC-99003 (DDYC)
{Selection from SD-66008}

Environments, Tape 4: English Meadow. SC-99011 (DDYC)
{Selection from SD-66010}

Environments, Tape 5: Crickets. SC-99022 (DDYC)
 
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Here is what I know about that ARE NOT listed in the discographies

Popular

GROVER WASHINGTON - Soul Box. Motown 374635187-4 (SQC)

Anthology-Samplers

SYNTONIC RESEARCH - Cassette Series

Environments-Ultimate Heartbeat SC-99009 (DDYC)

Classical

VOX

CT-2109 MODEST MUSSORGSKY: Pictures at an Exhibition; Night on Bald Mountain (Slatkin/St. Louis Symphony
{Identical to Turnabout QTV-S 34633* (QS)}
Listed as Quad on Cover and Cassette

CT-2131 MAURICE RAVEL: "Daphne et Chloe" Suite Nos. 1 & 2; Ma Mere l'Oye (complete ballet)
{Selections from Turnabout QTV-S 34595 & 34603 & Vox Box QSVBX-5133]

CT-2137 J.S. BACH: Toccatas & Fugues in d, S.565; Preludes & Fugue in E flat, "St. Anne"; Passacaglia & Fugue in c, S.582; Passacaglia & Fugue in c, S.582
{Selections from Turnabout QTV-S 34656 & Vox Box QSVBX-5479]

Turnabout

CT-2307 (QS) La Camerata/The Medieval Harp
[Same as Candide QCE-31083]

Columbia

M2T-34256 (MT-24257) (SQ) Leonard Bernstein, Deitrich Fischer-
Dieskau, Vladimir Horowitz, Yehudi, Menuhin, Mstislav Rostro-
povich, Isaac Stern, The Oratorio Society, & Members of the New
York Philharmanic: Concert of the Centutry [BEETHOVEN: Leonore
Overture No. 3, Op. 72a. TCHAIKOVSKY: Piano Trio in a, Op. 50/I.
Pezzo elegiaco; Pater Noster. RACHMANINOFF: Sonata for Cello &
Piano in g, Op. 19/III. Adante.
{Selections from Columbia M2X-34256* [2 LP] (SQ)}

MT-34557 (SQ) IGOR STRAVINSKY: The Rite of Spring (Mehta/NewYork Philharmonic)
{The LP is listed as "Le Sacre du printemps" in the Discography}
 
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