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Pierre Luboshutz, Genia Nemenoff - Two-Piano Favorites Album

Pierre Luboshutz, Genia Nemenoff - Two-Piano Favorites Album

  • Performer: Pierre Luboshutz, Genia Nemenoff
  • Genre: Classic
  • Title: Two-Piano Favorites
  • Released: 1954
  • Style: Romantic, Modern
  • Label: RCA Camden
  • Catalog: CAL 198
  • Country: Canada
  • MP3 version size: 2656 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1483 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 126

Tracklist

1Polka (From The Ballet "The Age of Gold")
Arranged By – Pierre LuboshutzComposed By – Shostakovich
2The Lark
Arranged By – Pierre LuboshutzComposed By – Glinka
3Russian Dance (From "Petrouchka")
Arranged By – Pierre LuboshutzComposed By – Stravinsky
4Coronation Scene (From "Boris Godounoff")
Arranged By – Pierre LuboshutzComposed By – Moussorgsky
5Ritual Fire Dance (No. 7 From The Ballet "El Amor Brujo")
Arranged By – Pierre LuboshutzComposed By – Falla
6Orientale, Op. 50 (From "Kaleidoscope")
Arranged By – Pierre LuboshutzComposed By – Cui
7Danse Macabre (Dance of Death)
Composed By – Saint-Saëns
8Der Rosenkavalier: Waltzes
Music By – R. Strauss
9Tambourin Chinois (Chinese Drum), Op. 3
Arranged By – Pierre LuboshutzComposed By – Kreisler
10Valse Tzigane (Gypsy Dance), Op. 7
Composed By – Mischa Levitzki
11Scaramouche -- Vif - Modere - Braziliera
Composed By – Milhaud

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CAL 198Pierre Luboshutz, Genia Nemenoff Pierre Luboshutz, Genia Nemenoff - Two-Piano Favorites ‎(LP, Album)RCA CamdenCAL 198USUnknown

Credits

  • CoverGraham

Notes

Credits as given combine back cover and label data, omitting duplication of composer and arranger identities. ANV's as on label except for Pierre Luboshutz, whose name is abbreviated or omitted in various instances.

Front cover, lower right, states: "(c) RCA Printed in U.S.A."

Back cover, lower right, states: "(R)RCA Printed in U.S.A."

Back cover:

"MORE WORLD FAMOUS MUSICAL TREASURES on 12" Long Play Records"
"PLUS FIDELITY'

"GRUVE/GARD: Notice on this long play record a new raised center and outer edge which is an RCA improvement designed to help protect the playing surface of the record from abrasion, scratches, and any contact with other records. This important new feature will give you many hours of additional pleasure from your records."

Includes selected catalog entries from several categories.

LP Labels include:

"RCA Camden" at top, with oversize "C" as logo
"CAL 198" to left of spindle
"E4RP-6194/95" near bottom after credits
"Made in Canada by RCA Victor Company, Ltd., Montreal--Copyrighted" around lower periphery

All data directly from in-hand copy.

LP Labels establish "Made in Canada by RCA Victor Company, Ltd., Montreal"

Pierre Luboshutz, Genia Nemenoff - Two-Piano Favorites
Data of this release is incomplete. It appears to have identical cover, but claims US origin. If accurate, not identical to THIS release.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped on outer margin of deadwax. No other markings except for a dot 1/4 earlier.): E4RP-6194
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped on outer margin of deadwax. "c" is open upwards. No other markings.): c E4RP-6195

Companies

  • Manufactured By – RCA Victor Company, Ltd.
  • Record Company – Radio Corporation Of America

Comments

unmasked unmasked
Two of these earlier releases are in the Discogs catalog at this time:

Moussorgsky and Cui - RCA Victor Red Seal 2084:
Pierre Luboshutz, Genia Nemenoff - Coronation Scene/Orientale

Falla and Shostakovich - Victor Red Seal 2214
Genia Nemenoff, Pierre Luboshutz - Ritual Fire Dance / Polka

Dated releases in the Victor Red Seal catalog place these releases in the range 1935-1942, but this is contradicted by the inclusion of "RCA" on the label of 2084. The profile for RCA Victor states that "RCA Victor Red Seal" first appeared on record labels no earlier than 1946.
Gnng Gnng
The following excellent article about Luboshutz and Nemenoff indicates that RCA Victor made several recordings in the shellac era for RCA Victor, including including nine of these tracks. Only the Milhaud and the Levitzki are missing from the repertoire named.

http://www.soundfountain.org/rem/remlubnem.html

The original owner of this recording was a Toronto Conservatory of Music Gold medalist as a Duo Pianist in the early 1940's.