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William Bell recorings while in the New York Philharmonic

Postby ozzyausto » Mon Oct 15, 2012 12:12 pm

Hello Tuba world, I am looking for suggestions on great recordings of the New York Philharmonic that William Bell performed on as the principal tubist. Also if anyone knows if it's available for sale on any format I would appreciate that knowledge.
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Re: William Bell recorings while in the New York Philharmoni

Postby Chuck Jackson » Tue Oct 16, 2012 11:15 am

I would start with a very nice Mahler 5 with Bruno Walter conducting from 1947. Also, get the "George Szell Concducts the NY Philharmonic" set. Some great playing there.

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Re: William Bell recorings while in the New York Philharmoni

Postby Jack Denniston » Thu Oct 18, 2012 8:29 pm

There's also a set of Toscaninni recordings with Mr. Bell playing tuba.
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Re: William Bell recorings while in the New York Philharmoni

Postby Jack Denniston » Sat Oct 20, 2012 9:55 am

As I recall, the Toscannini recordings were of live broadcasts of the NBC Symphony. I had a set of LPs, but they are long gone. I think one record was a bunch of Wagner Overtures.
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