Berlioz: Overtures; Reverie & Caprice; Hungarian March - Ancerl/Fekete/Maraczek/Reinhardt
GSC013DL (STEREO) - King Lear, Op. 4 (1831)- Vaclav Smetacek conducting the Prague Symphony Orchestra; Benvenuto Cellini (1838) - Zoltan Fekete conducting the Prague Symphony Orchestra; Reverie et Caprice, Op. 8 (1841) - Aaron Rosand, violin - Rolf Reinhardt conducting the Southwest German Radio Orchestra; Roman Carnival (1843) - Karel Ancerl conducting the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Le Corsaire (1844) - Zoltan Fekete conducting the Prague Symphony Orchestra; Hungarian March from The Damnation of Faust (1846) - Fritz Maraczek conducting the Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra - Recordings licensed to Fabbri & Partners, Ltd. by Supraphon and Vox, issued by subscription in the late 60s. Good to excellent performances in decent stereo sound, derived from two clean 10” discs, and a good bargain for the price of the CD or MP3 download. Thanks to John Whitmore for the LP transcriptions.