Ernest Ansermet ‎– What Everyone Should Know About Music

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Decca ‎– SXL 6313
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What Everyone Should Know About Music
Narrator – Ernest Ansermet
A Part 1
B.a Part 2
B.b Chorale "Freu Dich Sehr, Oh Meine Seele"
Composed By – Bach*Organ – Pierre Segond
B.c Coriolan - Overture
Composed By – Beethoven*Conductor – Ernest AnsermetOrchestra – L'Orchestre De La Suisse Romande

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This is the first UK version for this cat#.
This LP was most probably not released with the ED1 label.

LABELS:
- Black/silver 'grooved wideband' labels
- "MADE IN ENGLAND BY" at 11 o'clock
- "℗ 1967" at bottom
- "C. Control" on both sides
- Matrix numbers printed upside-down

SLEEVE:
- Front laminated
- No flipbacks
- Bold "STEREO" on spine
- "The views expressed in this record are developed in Mr.
 Ansermet's book "LES FONDEMENTS DE LA MUSIQUE
 DANS LA CONSCIENCE HUMAINE"."
- "© 1967, The Decca Record Company Limited, London."
- "Printed in England"
- "Laminated with 'Clarifoil' made by British Celanese Limited"
- Sleeve notes in English only and a list of the musical examples used on this LP are shown on back

OTHER INFORMATION:
- This LP features musicological narrative by Ernest Ansermet, interspersed with musical examples
- Tracks A and B.a recorded 24 - 26 August 1966 at Decca Studios (West Hampstead Studio 2)
- Tracks B.b(?) and B.c are taken from earlier recordings
- Labelography code: ED2
- Corresponding mono issue has cat# LXT 6313
- Tracks are not banded on vinyl

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A - stamped): ZAL-7766-3W B KT 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B - stamped): ZAL-7767-2W B KT 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label - side A): ZAL 7766
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label - side B): ZAL 7767

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