Feb. 17th in Gennett History, 1925: The New York Philharmonic Recorded Four Sides

Feb. 17th in Gennett History, 1925: The New York Philharmonic recorded four sides in the NYC studio presumably with Henry Hadley at the podium. These recordings were released on both Gennett and Ginn’s Music Appreciation Series.

Matrix 6881 – “A Midsummer Nights Dream: Wedding March” on Gennett 2616 and Ginn 39-A

Matrix 6882 – “Peer Gynt Suite I: Ase’s Death” on Ginn 41-B

Matrix 6883 – “Waltz In E” on Gennett 2606

Matrix 6884 – “(a) Chopin Prelude in C minor, op. 28, no. 20, (b) Szalit Intermezzo” on Gennett 2614 and Ginn 36-B

New York Philharmonic in Gennett NYC Studio

New York Philharmonic in Gennett NYC Studio

 

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