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Mily Balakirev, Anatoly Liadov - Ernest Ansermet Conducting L'Orchestre De La Suisse Romande - Thamar - Symphonic Poem / Orchestral Music

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Format: LP, Mono

Media Condition:  Near Mint (NM or M-)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Country:    UK  
Genre:       Classical
Style:         Romantic, Impressionist

Very clean and well taken care of vinyl. No spindle wear. Clean labels. Looks almost unplayed. This is an Australianj Made copy with a green sleeve. Same artwork.



heavy record, dark red/gold Label "Made in England" Cover "Printed in England" ffrr This Session from 14-26.05.1954 was parallel produced in Stereo by Roy Wallace, later released as London CS 6167. These are the first Stereo recordings of Decca. (Philip Stuart "Decca Classical 1929-2009")


A1. Thamar - Symphonic Poem
B1. Baba-Yaga (Opus 56)
B2. Eight Russian Popular Songs (Opus 58)
B3. Kikimora (Opus 68)


Recorded At Victoria Hall, Geneva
Record Company The Decca Record Company Limited
Lacquer Cut At Decca Studios

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David Mansell
CS 6167 not issued

If you look more closely at the entry for the 1954 Geneva recordins you will see "nr" before the number CS6167. This means that CS6167 was not released. The first US stereo issue was in the Stereo Treasury Series STS15066 in 1968. British stereo issues were even later, in the 1970s.