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boojidad

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Got another one for you - hope not too late. This is how the entry currently reads:

QTV-S 14621* (QS) ALEXANDER GLAZOUNOV: Concerto No. 2 in B for Piano, Op. 100; Concerto in a for Violin, Op. 82 (Ponti, Ricci, Landau/Westphalian Symphony)

Should read as:

QTV-S 14621* (QS) ALEXANDER GLAZOUNOV: Concerto No. 2 in B for Piano, Op. 100 (Ponti, Landau/Westphalian Symphony); Concerto in A minor for Violin, Op. 82; Meditation for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 32 (Ricci, Peters/Philharmonia Hungarica)

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0tto

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HANDEL: Concerti Grossi op.3
Prague Chamber Orchestra
Cond. Sir Charles Mackerras

1980
EMI (HMV Greensleeve) ESD 7089
stereo/quadraphonic
oc 053-03419Q
also available on tape cassette

SQ LP
England
 

oxforddickie

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Here's one of Nimbus's early Quad albums, i know there are more but i've mislaid the list.


Hugues Cuénod: French songs, vol. 2
Darius Milhaud, Georges Auric, Albert Roussel, Marcelle de Manziarly, Francis Poulenc
Hugues Cuénod, Geoffrey Parsons
Rec.: 1978
Nimbus (QS) 2118 [LP] (1978)
 

oxforddickie

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A few more Nimbus Quad albums. Please note that Matrix H & Matrix HJ should not be confused with UHJ/Ambisonics.

Liszt:
Etude d'execution transcendante, G139 - No.9, Ricordanza.
Etude de concert No.2 in F minor, G144, "La Feggierezza"

Schumann:
Carnival,Op.9.
Arabeske in C major, Op.18

Marta Deyanova (Piano)
Nimbus 2116 (Matrix HJ)
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Rachmaninov: Preludes

Marta Deyanova (Piano)
Nimbus 2119 (Matrix HJ)

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Bridge:
Cello Sonata

Kodaly:
Sonata for solo cello, Op.8

Christain Hocks (Cello)
Martin Jones (Piano)
Nimbus 2117 (Matrix H)

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Beethoven: Piano Sonatas
No.31 in A flat major, Op.110
No.32 in C minor, Op.111

Willem Brons (Piano)
Nimbus 2114 (Matrix H)

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Schubert: String Quartets
No.13 in A minor, D804
No.14 in D minor, "Death and the Maiden
No.15 in G major, D887

Chilingirian Quartet
Nimbus 2301-3 (Matrix HJ)
 

Mark Anderson

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I could use some help verify some listings in the discography. These were reported in the first addition of Quad Incorporated and I have not been able to find these releases and verify if they exist or the catalog numbers are correct.

SQN-140/4* (QS) [4 LP] P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 4 in f, Op. 36;
Symphony No. 5 in e, Op. 64; Symphony No. 6 in b, "Pathetique", Op. 74; Hamlet
(fantasy overture), Op. 67a; Francesca de Rimini, Op. 32; March slave, Op. 31
(Abravanel / Utah Symphony) (selections from Vox Box QSVBX-5129 & 5130)

SQN-153/3* (QS) [3 LP] J.S. BACH: Organ Music (8 Preludes & Fugues; 3
Toccatas & Fugues; Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in C; Fantasy & Fugue in g; 6
Chorale Preludes) (Newman) (selections from Vox Box QSVBX-5479 & 5480]

SQN-154/2* (QS) [2 LP] MAURICE RAVEL: The Favorite Orchestral Music
(Bolero; Rhapsodie espagnole; La Valse; Pavane pour une Infante defunte;
Alborada del gracioso; Daphne et Chloe Suite No. 2) (Skrowaczewski / Minnesota
Orchestra) (Selections from Vox Box QSVBX-5133)
 

Mark Anderson

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thanks for the verification on those two. I have seen all the others on the list and wondered if the catalog numbers were wrong for the box sets as the Bach & Ravel just seem wacky as they are not sequential but if they were they would conflict with info I saw at Discogs when trying to verify them.
 

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QUESTION: How does one know when they own to many records. ANSWER: When you cannot even remember what you purchased or have!

How embarrassing, maybe if I spent more time enjoying my own collection I would not be questioning entries in the discography and second guessing myself on items I verified over 20 years ago. I found this today and immediately remembered where the other titles are that I had mentioned above as to never seeing and needing verification of the catalog numbers.

SINE QUA NON SQN 140-small.jpg


QUESTION: How does one know when the mind might be going. ANSWER: Well...........I am still working on that one.
 

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I've been working for years on a database of my collection...problem is, I have to figure out how to take it with me wherever I go to verify what I have (and condition). Most I can remember if only because a) I have the most obvious hit singles going into the early '90s, and b) I have a fine memory for albums, BUT...I tend to forget if I have mono and stereo for certain titles, so...there is the risk of duplication. Overall, though, I don't muck up too much. What I like are obscure titles I know I don't have. As for quad titles, since I only have so many of those on vinyl (I can only estimate about 500, but not really sure) I can remember those most of the time, but label variants? I know I'm missing a BEST OF THE DOORS label, but without all the pressings here (my collection is literally separated north and south) all I remember is it's a later one. Found a black label BEST OF BREAD recently after owning the green one for decades.

No, Mark, your mind isn't going. It's just that the larger your collection--and how long you've been collecting--are the big factors, not memory or age (I hope!) On the other hand, I've duplicated titles and found I bought a nicer, cleaner pressing than I had before, so sometimes it's worth the investment.

Your typical diehard vinyl hound (and as necessary, Q8 kid),

ED :)
 

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Hey Ed, I heard that microsoft is going to have a free app for smart phones for editing documents. Their is also the google programs so you could take your database with you. I used to have a printed list but now with a smart phone I can call up a PDF while i am on the road.
 

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Mark,

Thanks for the info. My wife has a Smartphone and, as knows more about it than I ever will, I'll have her check out your post and see what she can do. It would certainly help not duping things, though that doesn't happen too often, fortunately.

ED :)
 

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Found this one on eBay:


SERP Disques MC 7024 - DARIUS MILHAUD: Intégrale De L'Oeuvre Pour Harmonie (Désiré Dondeyne / Musique Des Gardiens De La Paix)


I did a bit of digging and I can't seem to find any other quad releases on SERP, but the logo they use on this release ('4 STEREO QUADRAPHONIC') is the same logo that Decca used on their classical releases, and one of the engineers invovled (Michel Benoit) did a few quad mixes for Decca in the 1975-76 timeframe.
 

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1. Therese Farre-Fizio, Maitrise Gabriel Faure
2. Tomasi: 12 Chants De L'Ile De Corse (12 Corsican Songs)
3. Decca
4. 117.008
5. QS
6. LP (vinyl)
7. NA
8. France 1974


1. Therese Farre-Fizio, Maitrise Gabriel Faure
2. FAURE: MESSE BASSE, AVE VERUM op.65 n1, MARIA MATER GRATIE op.47 n2, TANTUM ERGO op.65 n2, PAULENC: LITANIES A LA VIERGE NOIRE, PETITES VOIX, AVE VERUM CORPUS
3. Decca
4. 7.212
5. QS
6. LP (vinyl)
7. NA
8. France


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