Régine Crespin, Schumann* / Wolf* / Debussy* / Poulenc*, John Wustman ‎– Song Recital

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London Records ‎– OS26043
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Vinyl, LP, Stereo
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Schumann*, Regine Crespin* With John Wustman Five Poems Of Mary Stuart, Op. 135
Composed By – Schumann*Translated By – Vincke*Words By – Mary Stuart (4)
A1.a Abschied Von Frankreich
A1.b Nach Der Geburt Ihres Sohnes
A1.c An Die Königin Elisabeth
A1.d Abschied Von Der Welt
A1.e Gebet
A2 Wolf*, Regine Crespin* With John Wustman In Der Frühe
Composed By – Wolf*Words By – Möricke*
A3 Wolf*, Regine Crespin* With John Wustman Der Gärtner
Composed By – Wolf*Words By – Möricke*
A4 Wolf*, Regine Crespin* With John Wustman Das Verlassene Mägdlein
Composed By – Wolf*Words By – Möricke*
A5 Wolf*, Regine Crespin* With John Wustman Ich Hab' In Penna
Composed By – Wolf*Words By – Heyse*
A6 Wolf*, Regine Crespin* With John Wustman Anakreons Grab
Composed By – Wolf*Words By – Goethe*
A7 Wolf*, Regine Crespin* With John Wustman Verschwiegene Liebe
Composed By – Wolf*Words By – Eichendorff*
Debussy*, Regine Crespin* With John Wustman Trois Chansons De Bilitis
Composed By – Debussy*Words By – Louys*
B1.a La Flûte De Pan
B1.b La Chevelure
B1.c Le Tombeau Des Naïades
Poulenc*, Regine Crespin* With John Wustman Banalités
Composed By – Poulenc*Words By – Apollinaire*
B2 Chanson D'Orkenise
B3 Hôtel
Poulenc*, Regine Crespin* With John Wustman La Courte Paille
Composed By – Poulenc*Words By – Carême*
B4 Le Carafon
B5 Le Reine De Coeur
Poulenc*, Regine Crespin* With John Wustman Chansons Villageoises
B6 Les Gars Qui Vont À La Fête
Composed By – Poulenc*Words By – Fombeure*
Poulenc*, Regine Crespin* With John Wustman Deux Poèmes De Louis Aragon
Composed By – Francis PoulencWords By – Aragon*
B7 "C"
B8 Fêtes Galantes

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Notes

This is the first UK stereo version.
Later versions had a different sleeve design showing a monochrome photo of Régine Crespin.

LABELS:
- "MADE IN HOLLAND" at 6 o'clock
- "℗ 1967"

SLEEVE:
- Front laminated
- Front of sleeve shows a colour photograph of Régine Crespin
- "© 1967, London Records, Inc."
- "Printed in U.S.A."
- Sleeve notes in English only on back

INSERT:
- 1 sheet, both pages printed
- "© 1967, The Decca Record Company Limited, London"

CATALOG NUMBERS:
- OS 26043 on sleeve and insert
- OS 26043 on labels

OTHER INFORMATION:
- Recorded 12 - 15 May 1967 in Kingsway Hall, London
- Labelography code: ED2
- Sub tracks in tracks A1 and B1 are not banded on vinyl

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A - stamped): ZAL-7959-5W
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B - stamped): ZAL-7960-9G
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label - side A): ZAL.7959
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label - side B): ZAL.7960

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