Caprice Viennois h-moll (1910)
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Otto Schulhof (piano). Taken from a very rare LP recorded in Europe by REMINGTON RECORDS (USA) in 1953. NEVER RE-ISSUED ON CD.
Ensemble Canimex, Jean-François Rivest (conductor). Recorded at Église Saint-Charles-sur-Richelieu and Domaine Forget, Québec, Canada, 2009.
Eduard Laurel, piano. Recorded in April 2001.
Anna-Marie Globenski (piano). Taken from a LP recorded by RCA VICTOR in Montréal (Québec), Canada, 1962.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor: Ion Marin
Piano accompanist(s) for the Russian recordings: unknown. THE RUSSIAN RECORDINGS OF 1911: Sound Recording 216 (Russia).
January 18, 1981, Moscow.
(Salvatore) Camarata and his Orchestra. Recording - 17 February 1953, New York.
Recorded: April 11, 1924, Camden, New Jersey, USA.
Piano - Karl Lamson. Recorded in 1923.
Recorded: January 15, 1942.
George Falkenstein - piano. Recorded: May 13, 1910, New York.
Second variant. George Falkenstein - piano. Recorded: May 18, 1910, New York.
Recorded: 1926, Camden, New Jersey, USA.
Recorded: November 16-17, 1945, Moscow (live).
Ðiano - Marcel Gaselle. Studio Albert, Paris; 22.II.1936.
Studio No.3, Abbey Road, London; 29.VI.1953.
Piano - Marcel Gaselle. Recorded: 6 April 1943, No.3 Studio, Abbey Road, London.
Live recording: July 28, 2017 Kyoto Prefectural Hall ALTI
December 9-12, 1985, New York.
ERNEST LUSH (piano). Released in 1951.
Irina Lankova - piano. Recorded: December 2013, Paris.
Recorded: May 16-21, 1996, Budapest.
ANTONIO BARBOSA (piano). Taken from a LP record released by CONNOISSEUR SOCIETY (USA) in 1971. NEVER RE-ISSUED ON CD.