References

BIBLIOGRAPHY / REFERENCES:

  1. The New Guide to Music; Irving Kolodin; 1950 -International Edition; Double Day
  2. Columbia Masterworks (A Complete Listing of Album Sets); Date Unknown; Unknown author; Promotional Publication - CBS
  3. Columbia Record Catalogue 1947; Unknown author; Promotional Publication - CBS
  4. Columbia Record Catalogue (October 1940); Unknown author; Promotional Publication - CBS
  5. The Gramophone Shop Encyclopedia of Recorded: Music; Robert H. Reid; 1936; Crown Publishers
  6. The Gramophone Shop Encyclopedia of Recorded: Music; Robert H. Reid; 1948 (3rd Ed.); Crown Publishers
  7. The Gramophone Shop Encyclopedia of Recorded: Music; George C. Leslie (Supv. Editor); 1942; Simon and Schuster - New York
  8. http://nealshistorical.wordpress.com (Excellent source of information and recordings transferred to mp3 format)
  9. The Record Book (Second Supplement); David Hall; 1943; Smith and Durrell - New York
  10. The Record Book (International Edition); David Hall; 1948 (Intern. ed); Oliver Durrell, Inc
  11.  http://discography.gramophile.com
  12. Gramophone Record Supplement (The Gramophone Shop Inc.); Various Issue Dates: 1938, 1940, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945; Unknown Publisher; (Published monthly supplements)
  13. http://www.pristineclassical.com (Excellent source of 78rpm recordings, remastered, reviewed and available for purchase via CD or download)
  14. Note the Notes - An Illustrated History of the Columbia 78rpm Label 1901-1958; M. Sherman and Kurt Nauck; 1998; Monarch Record Enterprises
  15. Open Sesame - Columbia Records Masterworks Albums Catalog - A Complete Illustrated List; Author Unknown; 1944; Publisher unknown
  16. 78-L mailing list (78-L@klickitat.78online.com) Info: http://klickitat.78online.com/mailman/listinfo/78-l
  17. The Gramophone Magazine; Compton Mackenzie - Christopher Stone (Editors); 1948 and 1949 Editions; Haymarket  (Particular reference to articles entitled: 'Letter From America' by Harold C. Schonberg - Published in the Gramophone Magazine 1948 and 1949 editions)
  18. http://www.gramophone.net (The Gramophone Archive is a searchable database containing every issue of The Gramophone Magazine from April 1923 to the latest issue)
  19. http://www.archive.org/details/78rpm (Excellent source of information on 78rpm recordings as well as downloadable recordings in a variety of formats)
  20. http://stoki.hp.infoseek.co.jp/aao/index.html (Excellent source of information on Stokowski and his recordings from various orchestras and labels)
  21. A Guide to Recorded Music; Irving Kolodin; 1941; Double Day
  22. http://majesticrecord.com/labelscolumbia.htm (Gallery of images featuring 78rpm Columbia Record Labels)
  23. 'Open Sesame'- A Complete Illustrated List - Columbia Masterworks; Author Unknown; 1944; Columbia Broadcasting Corporation
  24. http://www.ebay.com (Ebay is a fountain of information relating to 78rpm recordings. A simple search will reveal countless recordings for sale with many featuring recording details)
  25. Collectors Record Shop - Sales Sheets; New York; Various sheets from 1941, 1943, 1944 and 1945
  26. http://classicalrecordings.org (A site devoted to honoring the golden era of twentieth century recorded performances)
  27. http://www.damians78s.co.uk (Downloadable 78rpm and LP recordings)
  28. http://www.historic-recordings.co.uk (An online resource for rare and historic recorded music)
  29. Records: 1950 Edition; David Hall; 1950; Alfred A. Knopp, Inc
  30. The Musical Quarterly; 1938; Oxford University Press
  31. The Label - The Story of Columbia Records; Gary Marmorstein; Thunder’s Mouth Press; New York; 2007
  32.  Time Magazine; Time Warner; U.S. (Various editions from 1930’s to late 1940’s)
  33. The Gramophone Shop Encyclopedia of Recorded Music; R.D. Darrell; 1936 Edition; New York
  34. Nauck’s Vintage Records Auction Catalogs; Various issues; 2005-2009; Texas; USA (In particular Catalog Nos. 37 - May 2005, 40 - Nov. 2006, 41 - April 2007, 42 - Nov. 2007, 43 - May 2008, 44 - Nov. 2008)
  35. The Almost Complete 78 rpm Record Dating Guide (II); Steven Barr; 1992; Nauck’s Vintage Records; Texas
  36. Bruno Walter Discography: http://www.geocities.com/walteriana76/BWrecordsB.htm
  37. Leopold Stokowski Discography: http://members.lycos.co.uk/stokowski
  38. Classic Record Collector; Ed. Alan Sanders; Alan Sanders; UK - (Various editions)
  39. Columbia Record Catalogue 1939; Unknown author; Promotional Publication - CBS
  40. Revival of Monaural Recordings: http://www5a.biglobe.ne.jp/~philorch/MonoCD.htm
  41. The Columbia Book of Musical Masterworks; Goddard Lieberson, Ed; 1947; Allen, Towne and Heath, Inc.
  42. Fritz Reiner: A Biography; Philip Hart; 1994; Northwestern University Press
  43. Columbia Record Recording and Release Dates 1896 - 1934; Allan Sutton, Ed; 2004; Mainspring Press
  44. Columbia Records - Complete Supplement (All releases up to Sept. 1939); Unknown author(s); CBS Publication
  45. Columbia Record Catalogue 1944; Unknown author; Promotional Publication - CBS
  46. The LSO (London Symphony Orchestra)  Discography compiled by Philip Stuart; August 2006 Edition
  47. Columbia Record Catalogue - Supplementary Catalogue 1930; Unknown author; CBS
  48. WERM (World’s Encyclopedia of Recorded Music); Francis F. Clough/G.J. Cuming; 1952; London Gramophone Corporation/ Sidwick and Jackson Limited
  49. Columbia Record Catalogue 1948; Unknown author; Promotional Publication - CBS
  50. Columbia Record Catalogue 1943; Unknown author; Promotional Publication - CBS
  51. A Complete Catalog of Columbia ’45’ RPM Records - November 1951; Unknown author; Promotional Publication - CBS
  52. http://www.robertcasadesus.com/encydisco.php?search_flag=off (Online discography of Robert Casadesus)
  53. The Musical Quarterly, Various Volumes from 1930-1952; Published by: Oxford University Press
  54. Music Supervisors' Journal; Various Volume from 1930-1952; Published by: Music Educators National Conference
  55. http://vinylfatigue.blogspot.com (Excellent source of early vinyl and 78 rpm recordings in flac format to download
  56. The Library of Congress Online Catalog - http://www.loc.gov
  57. Columbia Record Catalogue 1949; Unknown author; Promotional Publication - CBS
  58. Columbia Record Catalogue 1952-1953; Unknown author; Promotional Publication - CBS
  59. New York Philharmonic: The Authorized Recordings 1917 - 2005: A Discography; James H. North; Scarecrow Press; 2006; Lanham
  60. http://www.rcmscclsscl.tk/acoustic-chamber-music-sets-part-1 [A wealth of information on some early Columbia acoustic sets - however information contains many errors]
  61. http://www.charm.rhul.ac.uk/discography/search
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