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HISTORY & BIOGRAPHY
★6793. PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE NEGRO IN AMERICA. By Langston Hughes & Milton Meltzer. The full history of black Americans presented in lucid, fast-moving text and OVER 1,200 ILLUSTRATIONS from Crispus Attucks, first Negro casualty of the Revolution, Peter Salem of Bunker Hill, New England poet Phillis Wheatley, to Dr. Charles Drew, discoverer of blood plasma, Martin Luther King Jr., the Freedom Riders and Black Power leaders.    5.95

6798. PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. Portfolio of 36 elegant prints, from Washington to Nixon, 35 of which are enlarged reproductions from steel engravings in US Govt Archives, each fully suitable for framing—PLUS Presidential Fact-Finder Wheel—PLUS Replica of the original hand-lettered, hand-signed Declaration of Independence. Portrait sizes 8 3/4" x 11 7/8".   Special 1.00

6796. THE WHITE HOUSE STORY. By C. Hurd. OVER 150 ILLUSTRATIONS and ample text chronicle the 34 presidential families from John and Abigail Adams to Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson, with a host of amusing anecdotes, little-known historical facts, and intimate domestic details. Pub. at $8.95. Only 3.98

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P-892.
Van Gogh:
CYPRESS ROAD WITH STARS.
On artists' canvas—silkscreen after Van Gogh with the full colors of his exciting palette, tones of green, brown, blue and yellow. 21" wide x 28" high image area.
Pub. at $35.00
Only 6.95
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6761. GREAT SEA BATTLES. By O. Warner. Magnificent presentation of some of the finest hours in naval history; covers the most dramatic moments in 400 years of sea war from Lepanto to WW II. Over 250 photos plus many other illus in color & b/w; 9 3/4" x 12 3/4". Pub. at $25.00.  Only 9.95

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6707. FIGHTERS FOR FREEDOM: Simon Bolivar & Thomas Jefferson. By Hendrik Willem van Loon. Complementary studies of two great Western patriots, the ingenious American statesman and South America's great emancipator-liberator. Illus; softbound.  Special 1.00
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6002. Dame Edith Sitwell: TAKEN CARE OF. Autobiography by the world-famous Dame of lordly eccentricities who here, not only develops her own memoirs, but "takes care of" such targets as D.H. Lawrence, Wyndham Lewis, Strachey, Galsworthy, Leavis & George Moore (and her friendships are just as funny). 22 photos. Pub. at $5.95. Special 1.49

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6652. RAINBOW BOOK OF AMERICAN HISTORY. By Earl Schenck Miers. The glowing, epic history of America from the days of the Viking expeditions to the birth of the atomic age told in terms of the country's greatest moments, events, and heroes. Over 200 1- & 2-color illus.; Ages 8-14. 
Pub. at $5.95. Only 2.98
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6319. OLD FORTS OF THE FAR WEST. By H.M. Hart. Authentic phase in US military history—a fascinating account in picture and text of the Western forts from Civil War times to the end of the 19th century, with stirring actions from the Indian & Mexican wars. Nearly 300 photos; 8 1/4" x 10 3/4". Pub. at $12.95.  Now only 3.95

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6683. SOCIAL LIFE OF VIRGINIA IN THE 17TH CENTURY. By P.A. Bruce. Highly informative study of 17th century Virginia plantation life; a basic source work in colonial social history and reliable record of the Early Virginia social system. Pub. at $9.00. Only 3.98
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★6266. MORMON COUNTRY. By W. Stegner. Colorful account of the settlement of Utah and the surrounding states: spiritual leaders, pioneers, myths and legends, lawmen and badmen, etc.; long out-of-print and scarce.   New complete edition 1.98

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6763. THE VOYAGES OF CAPTAIN COOK. By R. & T. Rienits. Fascinating account of Cook's three historic voyages between 1768 and 1780 in which he discovered and charted much of the Pacific Ocean. 178 illus, 38 Full Color; 8 3/4" x 11 1/2". 
Special 3.95

6704. Two Vols: THE WAR MEMOIRS OF CHARLES de GAULLE, 1942-46. Austere literary masterpiece and historically significant document recounting de Gaulle's star-crossed career and the tragedy of war-torn France from the days of Vichy to post-war revival; incisive comment on FDR, Churchill, Macmillan, Ike, Darlan, Petain, Laval, et al. 724 pp. Pub. at $12.00.   2 Vols, Only 5.88

6785. Horizon Magazine's THE LIGHT OF THE PAST. Fascinating, sumptuous pictorial treatment of history from Classical Greece to the glittering 18th century incl. art, sociology, archaeology; 28 articles by Loren Eisley, Gilbert Highet, Trevor-Roper, et al. 315 illus. 75 Full Color. Pub at $13.95.  Now Only 5.95

★6782. CHESAPEAKE BAY: A Pictorial Maritime History. By M.V. Brewington. 340 PHOTOS, DRAWINGS & MAPS provide a wealth of information, with illuminating text, about the Bay from the 16th century to the present: general history, the sail and steam-powered vessels, ferries, ports, more. Orig. $7.50.  New complete edition 2.98

★6781. THE STORY OF THE LITTLE BIG HORN. By Col. W.A. Graham. Classic work, long accepted as the most comprehensive and accurate account of the famed Custer battle; incl. facsimile of Custer's last message & reproduction of N.Y. Graphic's sketch of the battlefield. Over 50 photos & maps. Orig. $5.00. New complete edition 2.49

6681. THE TWO LIVES OF EDITH WHARTON. By G. Kellogg. Timely, perceptive biography of the proper Manhattan "Four Hundred" matron who wrote Ethan Frome and the Pulitzer Prize-winning Age of Innocence scandalizing her social set by her novels, her "unacceptable" salon, and her tragic love affair. Pub. at $7.95. Special 1.98

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6670. THE BATTLE OF THE FALAISE GAP: An Army Dies in Normandy. By E. Florentin. Complete, fast-moving account of this crucial WW II battle with the inside strategies of Patton, Montgomery, and Hitler that resulted in a bizarre bloody Allied victory; drawn from official histories, war diaries, eyewitness accounts. 75 illus. 
Pub. at $7.50.  Only 2.98

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6686. WOMAN'S LIFE IN COLONIAL DAYS. By Carl Holliday. Informative study of the Colonial Woman and how she lived, taken from first-hand accounts: everyday life at home and with friends, their work, thoughts and pleasures in New England and the South. Pub. at $8.50.  Only 3.98
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6604. Alan Paton: SOUTH AFRICAN TRAGEDY. Great biography history mirroring the deep political conflicts following WW II with Smuts, Malan, Hertzog, et al. and the "great light that went out in the land" with the death of Jan Hofmeyr, South Africa's last liberal. Photos. Pub. at $10.00.  
Only 2.98

6503. BROWN WAS THE DANUBE: A Memoir of Hitler's Vienna. By H. Hilsenrad; Intro by Harry Golden. Moving, dramatic portrait of the many aspects of Jewish life in Europe, especially day-by-day existence in Vienna during the Nazi occupation when each new breath was a miracle. Pub. at $5.95.  Special 1.00

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6606. 1942: THE YEAR THAT DOOMED THE AXIS. By H.H. Adams. Probing portrait of the momentous year 1942, which began with the Axis winning on all sides and closed with the tide of victory fully with the Allies from the Coral Sea to El Alamein and Stalingrad. 522 pp; 25 maps. Pub. at $8.95  Only 2.98
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6426. RECONSTRUCTION IN THE SOUTH, 1865-1877. Ed & Intro by Harvey Wish. Firsthand accounts of the American Southland after the Civil War by Southerners and Northerners: Freedmen's Bureau, KKK, "carpetbagger" governments, more. Softbound. Pub. at $2.25.  Only 1.00

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6173. CROSSBOW AND OVERCAST. By J. McGovern. Told for the first time: the whole story of Hitler's secret V-2 rocket, and the struggle between the US, Britain and Russia to capture the scientists who built it. 14 photos. Pub. at $5.95. Now Only 1.49 

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P-890. 
Rousseau: VIRGIN FOREST AT SUNSET. 
On artists' canvas—Silkscreen after Rousseau of primitive jungle in verdant greens with a hot orange sun. 20" high x 28" wide picture area. Pub. at $23.00.  Only 7.95
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6124. Two Vols: THE HISTORIANS' HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. Ed. by Berky & Shenton. The pivotal events in American history from the landing of Columbus in the New World to the aftermath of WW II, as written of by America's finest historians, incl. Francis Parkman, Carl Becker, the Beards, DeVoto, Southall Freeman, Nevins, Handlin, Hofstadter, Bemis, Schlesinger, Commager, more. 1.384 pp. Pub. at $16.95.  2 Vols Boxed, Only 9.95

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6423. HISTORY OF THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES. From the Revolution to the Civil War. By J.B. McMaster; Ed & Intro by Louis Filler. Pivotal selections from the famed 8-volume classic; outlines the progress West, regional differences, election of 1840, etc. Softbound. Pub. at $2.45.  Only 1.00

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6499. AFRICAN BETRAYAL. By C. & A. Darlington. Frank account of the greed and French influence that threatened and finally betrayed the freedom of a proud, new nation—the story as they lived it by America's first Ambassador to Gabon and his wife. 14 photos. Pub. at $6.95.  Only 1.98
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6341. JACQUELINE BOUVIER KENNEDY. By Mary Van Rensselaer Thayer. Authentic, engaging biography of Jackie Kennedy, based on first-hand knowledge and with access to family journals, scrapbooks, letters and photos. Many photos. Pub. at $4.95.  Only 1.49

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6481. WEST OF THE WEST: Witnesses to the California Experience, 1542-1906. By Kirsch & Murphy. The true, wildly improbable story of California from the Conquistadores to the Great Earthquake, as described by the men and women who were there: explorers, corsairs, Jesuit missionaries, Russian colonizers, vigilantes, '49ers, railroad men, many others. 526 pp; over 100 rare prints, photos & maps. Pub. at $10.00.  Only 3.98.
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6057. THE FIRST RUSSIAN RADICAL: Alexander Radischchev 1749- 1802. By D.M. Lang. Notable biography of the first Russian writer to apply the criteria of the Western Age of Reason to conditions in Tsarist Russia, a genuine democrat who exposed the corruption and cruelty of Catherine the Great and her favorites and was sentenced to death for his beliefs, Illus. Pub. at $5.25.  Only 2.98
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OPERA & VOCAL
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R2348. Mozart: MARRIAGE OF FIGARO. Superb performance of this comic classic with Italo Tajo, Gabriella Gatti, Fernando Corena, Graziella Sciutti, Sesto Bruscantini; Turin Radio Italiana Orch. Fernando Previtali cond. Rechanneled for Stereo. 
3 Discs, Only 5.94

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R406. UNFORGETTABLE VOICES in UNFORGOTTEN PERFORMANCES from the FRENCH OPERATIC REPERTOIRE. Swarthout (Mon Coeur S'Ouvre a Ta Voix), Dorothy Kirsten & Robt Merrill (Mort De Thais), Titta Ruffo (Brindisi, Thomas' Hamlet), Jan Peerce (La Juive Passover Scene), Calve, Homer, Garrison, Castagna, Garden, others; most with Orch. Only in Mono. 
Only 1.98
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R2346. Tebaldi in ANDREA CHENIER. Giordano's passionate masterpiece with Renata Tebaldi in magnificent voice, and Jose Soler, Ugo Savarese, Irma Colasanti; Turin Radio Italiana Orch, Arturo Basile cond. Rechanneled for Stereo.  2 Discs, Only 3.96
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NEW RELEASES
R393. GOUNOD'S ROMEO AND JULIET—1st Stereo Recording.The ravishing music of Gounod with the gorgeous voices of Mirella Freni, Franco Corelli, Xavier Depraz, Claude Cales; Paris Opera Cho & Orch, Alain Lombard cond. Angel; Stereo. 
Pub. at $17.37.    3 Discs, Only 13.88

R394. Mascagni: L'AMICO FRITZ—1st Full Stereo Recording. The lush melodies of Mascagni and the ravishing voices of Mirella Freni, Luciano Pavarotti & Vincenzo Sardiniero; Covent Garden Cho & Orch, Giandrea Gavazzeni cond. Angel; Stereo. 
Pub. at $11.58.    2 Discs, Only 9.38

R395. Premiere Recording: CATALANI'S LA WALLY. Only Available Recording; an opera of overwhelming stark realism with Renata Tebaldi in one of her greatest tragic roles and Mario Del Monaco, Piero Cappuccilli, Justino Diaz; Monte Carlo Opera Orch, Fausto Cleva cond. London; Stereo.
Pub at $17.37     3 Discs, Only 13.88 

R396. Delibes: LAKME—1st Stereo Recording. The sparkling favorite of great coloratura sopranos with the unique Joan Sutherland, and Alain Vanzo, Gabriel Bacqier; Monte Carlo Opera Orch, Richard Bonynge cond. London; Stereo. Pub. at $17.37.
3 Discs, Only 13.88
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R2338. Premiere Recording: BRAHMS' COMPLETE QUARTETS FOR 4 VOICES & PIANO. 12 exceptionally fine, rarely heard Vocal Quartets with texts by Goethe, Schiller, others; Soloists of the Gregg Smith Singers. Stereo. Pub. at $4.98.  Only 1.98

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R315. A LILY PONS GALA. The world's most famous coloratura in her favorite arias from Lakme, Rigoletto, Puritani, Barber of Seville, Mignon, Dinorah & songs by Delibes, Faure, Johann Strauss, others; with orchestra. Odyssey; Rechanneled for Stereo.  Only 2.49
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R721. Haydn: THE CREATION (Complete). Ingeborg Wenglor, Gerhard Unger, Theo Adam; Berlin Radio Chorus & Orch, Helmut Koch cond. "The strongest direction ... since that of Clemens Krauss; Helmut Koch, his able orchestra and chorus earn consistent praise," Opera News. Stereo.
2 Record Set, Special 2.49

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R402. ALEXANDER KIPNIS in Moussorgsky's BORIS GODOUNOV (Excerpts). Immortal Performance by the finest Russian bass since Chaliapin, whose voice and interpretation remain peerless to this day: Coronation Scene, Monologue, Clock Scene, Death Scene, more. Only in Mono.   Only 1.98
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R401. Simionato in ROSSINI'S BARBER OF SEVILLE. Classic recording with Giulietta Simionato, Bastianini, Misciano, Corena & Siepi; Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Erede cond. Only in Mono. 
3 Discs, Only 5.94

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R397. Richard Strauss: DIE FRAU OHNE SCHATTEN. Dramatic, powerful presentation of this deservedly popular opera with Leonie Rysanek, Elisabeth Hongen, Emmy Loose, Christel Goltz, Hans Hopf, Kurt Boehme, Paul Schoeffler; Vienna Philharmonic, Karl Boehm cond. Stereo. 
4 Discs, Only 7.88
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R322. Fischer-Dieskau: BRAHMS FOUR SERIOUS SONGS, Op. 121/Dvorak: SIX BIBLICAL SONGS, Op. 99. Flawless performances of the Brahms Songs, texts from Ecclesiastes & Corinthians, and the Dvorak Book of Psalms-based works; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone; Joerg Demus, piano. Stereo.  Only 2.49
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R2336. TREASURY OF GREGORIAN CHANTS: 4 Disc Set. 61 Gregorian Chants appropriate to various Feasts and Services of the year sung by Trappist Monks' Choir of Cistercian Abbey, Benedictine Monks of En Calcar, Benedictine Nuns' Choir, & Benedictine Monks of St. Wandrille de Fontenelle Monastery. Rechanneled for Stereo. Pub. at $19.92.  Special 7.88

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PRIZED PERFORMANCES

R388. Callas in Bellini's NORMA. Maria Callas first Norma recording made at the peak of her vocal career, a stupendous vocal tour de force by a marvelous singing-actress; backed by the superb voices of Ebe Stignani, Mario Filippeschi & Nicola Rossi-Lemeni; La Scala Cho & Orch, Tullio Serafin cond. Only in Mono.   3 Discs, Only 5.94

R311. Callas in LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR. Complete opera—world famous performance, long unavailable except by special import, with Maria Callas at the peak of her vocal career plus Giuseppe Di Stefano and Tito Gobbi; Florence May Festival Orch, Tullio Serafin cond. Only in Mono.   2 Discs, Special 3.96

R2347. Ponchielli: LA GIOCONDA. Electrifying performance with Maria Callas in magnificent voice, and supported by the brilliant Fedora Barbieri, Gianni Poggi & Giulo Neri; Turin Radio Italian Orch, Antonio Votto cond. Rechanneled for Stereo.  3 Discs. Only 5.94

R435. Maria Callas' LA TRAVIATA. The famed Callas Lady of the Camellias, one of her most exciting roles performed at the peak of her vocal career, with Francesco Albanese & Ugo Savarese; Turin Radio-TV Italiana Orch, Santini cond. Rechanneled for Stereo. Orig. $14.37.  3 Discs, Only 5.94
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R2335. Johann Strauss: THE GYPSY BARON (Der Zigeunerbaron). Brilliant, inspired, ever-popular operetta combining vigorous Hungarian Gypsy music with Viennese waltz melodies; Eberhard Wachter, Rudolf Schock, Erzebeth Hazy, others; Berlin Opera Cho & Orch, Robt Stolz cond. Stereo.  2 Discs, Only 3.88

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R2328. Leoncavallo: (THE OTHER) LA BOHEME. Only Available Recording; beautiful lyric work based upon the same text as that of the Puccini opera; Antonietta Medici, Guido Mazzini, Nedda Casei, Antonio Annaloro, others; San Remo Philharmonic & Bologna Teatro Communale Cho, Alberto Zedda cond. Stereo. 3 Discs, Only 5.88
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R2334. Von Weber: DER FREISCHUTZ. Wonderfully tuneful dramatic opera climaxing in a shooting match between Heaven and the Devil in an Alpine glen; Claire Watson, Rudolf Schock, Gottlob Frick; Berlin Opera Cho & Orch, von Matacic cond. Stereo.  3 Discs, Only 5.88

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R366. Albanese/Gigli/Puccini: LA BOHEME. Truly exciting performance with Licia Albanese and Beniamino Gigli in glorious voice, with Tatiana Menotti, Afro Poli, Duilio Baronti; La Scala Cho & Orch, Berrettoni cond. Only in Mono.  2 Discs, Only 3.96
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R202. Wagner: PARSIFAL. Never-to-be-forgotten all-star cast: Wolfgang Windgassen, Martha Modl, George London, Ludwig Weber; an unsurpassed interpretation with conductor Hans Knappertsbusch & The Bayreuth Festival Orch. Mono.   5-Disc Set, Only 9.88

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R339. Handel: THE CHANDOS ANTHEMS, 1-6. Six of Handel's English Psalms incl. No. 100 "O Be Joyful In The Lord"; Helen Boatwright, Charles Bressler, Jerrold Held, Donald Miller, vocalists, with soloists & Rutgers Univ. Collegium Musicum, Mann cond; "A triumphant success," The Gramophone; "One's only reaction can be rapturous awe," American Record Guide. Stereo.   3 Discs, Only 5,88
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R822. THE BEGGAR'S OPERA—With Sir Malcolm Sargent & Old Vic Company Members. The famous "original" of Mack the Knife and The 3-Penny Opera: Elsie Morison, Monica Sinclair, John Cameron, Ian Wallace, others; Pro Arte Orch, Sargent cond. "Atmosphere and charm abound ... Stereo so vivid it makes you jump at times," The Gramophone. Stereo.  2 Record Set, Only 3.96

R745. Ljuba Welitsch/Strauss: SALOME, FINAL SCENE. One of the world's finest Salomes in an impossibly beautiful performance of the opera's final scene, plus the Tosca Love Duet with Richard Tucker, arias from Fledermaus, Gypsy Baron, more. Rechanneled for Stereo.   Only 2.49

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R2292. PLAINSONG TO POLYPHONY. 27 sacred choral works combining traditional Plainsong with great polyphonic writings; works by Victoria, Palestrina, Lassus, Monteverdi, Tallis, Byrd, Morales, des Prez, others; Choir of the Carmelite Priory, London (members drawn from the Ambrosian Singers), John McCarthy cond. Stereo.  3 Discs, Only 5.88

R2333. Paisiello: NINA or La Pazza Per Amore. Only Available Recording; classic work by "perhaps the greatest figure in 18th-century opera buffa next to Mozart himself"; Dora Gatta, Salvatore Gioia, others; Cetra Opera Cho & Orch, Ennio Gerelli cond. Rechanneled for Stereo.  3 Discs, Only 5.88

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R1279. GREGORIAN CHANTS. 18 Gregorian Chants appropriate to various times of the year sung by the Benedictine monks of the Encalcat Abbey near Carcassone in France. Stereo.  Only 1.98
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R2332. Millocker: THE BEGGAR STUDENT (Der Bettelstudent). Only available complete recording; classic Viennese operetta of love and trickery to some of the world's favorite waltz tunes; Rudolf Schock, Hilde Gueden, Fritz Ollendorff, others; Berlin Symphony Orch, Robt Stolz cond. Stereo.  2 Discs, Only 3.88

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R319. BEVERLY SILLS: BELLINI & DONIZETTI HEROINES. Stunning coloratura arias from Bellini's I Capuletti ed i Montecchi & La sonnambula, Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor, Linda di Chamounix, Roberto Devereux & Rosmonda d'Inghilterra; Vienna Volksopern Orch & Akademie Cho, Jalas cond; "Scales, trills, assorted fireworks ... a debut of stunning and unequivocal success"—NY Times. Stereo.  Very Special 2.98
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R2330. Puccini: IL TRITTICO—Suor Angelica, Il Tabarro & Gianni Schicchi. Puccini's wonderful triptych of one-acters starring Rosanna Carteri, Clara Petrella, Giuseppe Taddei, Fernando Corena, Aldo Bertocci, others; Orch's cond. by Previtali, Baroni & Simonetto. Rechanneled for Stereo.  
3 Discs. Only 5.88 

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R336. Pergolesi: STABAT MATER. Moving performance of the sweetly melodic, delightfully unassuming liturgical work; Teresa Stich-Randall & Elizabeth Hoengen, solists, Vienna Academy Kammerchor & State Opera Orch, Rossi cond. Rechanneled for Stereo. Only 1.98
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R2012. THE GREAT ENRICO CARUSO. 10 of opera's most severely taxing arias, all inseparable from one of operas' finest voices: Celeste Aida, Questa o Quella, La Donne E Mobile, Una Furtiva Lagrima, O Paradiso, M'Appari, Cielo E Mar, more. Rechanneled for Stereo. Pub. at $5.79.  Special 1.98

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R327. Verdi: LA TRAVIATA (Hilites). Exciting performances by Hilde Gueden, Fritz Wunderlich & Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau; Bavarian Radio Cho & Sym Orch, Bartoletti cond. Stereo.  Only 2.49
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R325. Tchaikovsky: EUGEN ONEGIN (Hilites). Marvelous cast with Evelyn Lear, Brigette Fassfaender, Fritz Wunderlich, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau & Martti Talvela; sung in German; Munich State Opera Cho & Orch, Otto Gerdes cond. Stereo.  Only 2.49

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R337. J. S. Bach: MASS IN B MINOR. An exceptional, and moving performance of this Baroque masterpiece; soloists Alarie, Delfosse, Hoffman, Simoneau & Rehfuss; Amsterdam Philharmonic Society Cho & Orch, Walter Goehr cond. Stereo.  2 Discs, Only 3.88
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R400. Simionato/Donizetti: LA FAVORITA. Only Stereo Recording and a delightful performance with Giulietta Simionato, Poggi, Bastianini, and Jerome Hines; Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Erede Cond. Stereo.  3 Discs, Only 5.94

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R117. Puccini: TOSCA. Incomparable performance with the truly wonderful, never-to-be-forgotten voices of Zinka Milanov, Jussi Bjoerling, and Leonard Warren; Rome Opera Orch, Erich Leinsdorf cond. Stereo.  2 Record Set, 3.88 
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R152. Steber & Price: BARBER'S KNOXVILLE "SUMMER OF 1915" & HERMIT SONGS. The " truly legendary" Eleanor Steber Knoxville with the Dumbarton Oaks Chamber Orch, Strickland cond. and the superb Leontyne Price Hermit Songs with Samuel Barber, piano. Rechanneled for Stereo.  Only 2.49
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