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Knappertsbusch, The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Vienna Holiday Album

Knappertsbusch, The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Vienna Holiday Album
Performer: Knappertsbusch, The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Title: Vienna Holiday
Country: UK
Genre: Classical
Style:Romantic
Released: 15 Oct 1958
Catalog number: SXL 2016, SXL.2016
Label: Decca
MP3 album szie: 1138 mb
FLAC album size: 2360 mb

Tracklist

1Wiener Bürger Waltz
2Bad'ner Mad'ln Waltz
3Accelerations Waltz
4Radetzky March
5Tritsch-Tratsch Polka
6Annen Polka
7Leichtes Blut Polka
8Tales From The Vienna Woods Waltz
Zither, Soloist – Karl Jancik

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LXT 5420Knappertsbusch Conducting The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Knappertsbusch Conducting The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Vienna Holiday ‎(LP)DeccaLXT 5420UK, Europe & US1958
SXL 2016Knappertsbusch Conducting The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Knappertsbusch Conducting The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Vienna Holiday ‎(LP)DeccaSXL 2016Spain1958
SXL 2016Wiener Philharmoniker, Hans Knappertsbusch Wiener Philharmoniker, Hans Knappertsbusch - Wiener G'schichten ‎(LP)DeccaSXL 2016Germany1958
SXL 2016, SXL.2016Knappertsbusch, The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Knappertsbusch, The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Vienna Holiday ‎(LP, RP)Decca, DeccaSXL 2016, SXL.2016UK1959
SXL 2016-BWiener Philharmoniker, Hans Knappertsbusch Wiener Philharmoniker, Hans Knappertsbusch - Wiener G´schichten ‎(LP)DeccaSXL 2016-BGermany, Austria, & SwitzerlandUnknown

Credits

  • Composed ByCarl Ziehrer (tracks: B2), Johann Strauss (tracks: A3 to B1, B3 To B4), Johann Strauss, Sr. (tracks: A1), Karel Komzák (tracks: A2)
  • ConductorHans Knappertsbusch
  • Engineer [Uncredited]James Brown
  • Mastered ByE
  • OrchestraThe Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Producer [Uncredited]Erik Smith
  • Sleeve Notes [Rear Sleeve]Peter Gammond

Notes

This is the first UK version for this Category

LABELS:
- Black/silver 'grooved wideband' labels
- "ORIGINAL RECORDING BY" at 11 o'clock
- "Made in England" at bottom
- "RECORDING FIRST PUBLISHED 1958"
- Decca 'Musical Notes' logo on side A
- "B.I.E.M." in a box on side B
- Matrix numbers printed upside-down

SLEEVE:
- Fully laminated
- 'Half-moon' flipbacks (aka scalloped)
- Blue border on back
- Triangular "DECCA STEREOPHONIC" logo on front and back
- Thin spine with no text on it
- "Cover photo by courtesy of the Austrian State Tourist Department"
- "PRINTED IN ENGLAND" on bottom flipback
- Printing date on sleeve is September 1958 ("9.58.")
- Liner notes in English on back

CATALOG NUMBERS:
- SXL 2016 on sleeve
- SXL.2016 on labels

OTHER INFORMATION:
- Recorded 15 - 16 October 1957 in the Sofiensaal, Vienna
- Labelography code: ED1
- Corresponding mono issue has Category LXT 5420

Advertised as a new release in "Decca Stereo LPs for Issue 15th October", Gramophone magazine, September 1958.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A - stamped): ZAL-3793-3E G RT 2 1 CA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B - stamped): ZAL-3794-3E A RT 1 Z̶A̶L̶-̶3̶7̶9̶4̶-̶2̶E̶
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label - side A): ZAL.3793
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label - side B): ZAL.3794
  • Rights Society (For track B2 only): B.I.E.M.
  • Other (Printing company's code on bottom flipback): c.9.58.

Companies

  • Recorded At – Sofiensaal
  • Mastered At – Decca Studios
  • Pressed By – Decca Record Co. Ltd., Pressing Plant, UK.
  • Record Company – The Decca Record Company Limited

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