Thomas A. Edison*, Robert A. Schumann*, Franz Peter Schubert* ‎– DADC Austria - Opening Commemorative Disc

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DADC Austria ‎– DADA 1, DADC Austria ‎– DADA 2, CBS Masterworks ‎– MK 42316
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The Edison CD Sampler
1-1 Dr. Edward Jay Pershey Introduction By Dr. Edward Jay Pershey 0:48
1-2 Thomas A. Edison* Mary Had A Little Lamb 0:39
1-3 P.T. Barnum Farewell To The People Of Great Britain 1:22
1-4 William Jennings Bryan The Railroad Question 2:28
1-5 Unknown Female Voice Little Jack Horner 0:50
1-6 John Phillip Sousa's Band* The Yankee Shuffle 2:24
1-7 Sophie Tucker That Lovin' Rag 2:12
1-8 Thomas A. Edison* Introductory Speech At The Opening Of The New York Electrical Show 2:44
1-9 Billy Murray And Chorus Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly? 4:42
1-10 Will Oakland And Chorus* I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen 4:40
1-11 Thomas A. Edison* The Liver Story 2:05
1-12 Collins & Harlan* Row, Row, Row 3:37
1-13 Harry Humphrey* Lincoln's Speech At Gettysburg 2:40
1-14 Thomas A. Edison* Piano Solo 2:08
1-15 Theodore Roosevelt* Social And Industrial Justice 4:11
1-16 Thomas A. Edison* Let Us Not Forget 2:17
1-17 Green Brothers Novelty Band* I Wanna Be Loved By You 3:36
1-18 Mel Morris And His Piccadilly Players* Tip-Toe Through The Tulips With Me 3:43
Robert A. Schumann (Piano Concerto In A Minor, Op 54)
Dinu Lipatti, Herbert von Karajan, Philharmonia Orchestra Piano Concerto In A Minor, Op 54
Composed By – Robert A. Schumann*
2-1 Allegro Affettuoso 14:26
2-2 Intermezzo (Andante), Allegro Viavace 15:23
Franz Peter Schubert (Symphony No.9 In C Major D.944 "The Great")
Berliner Philharmoniker Dir. Daniel Barenboim Symphony No.9 In C Major D.944 "The Great"
Composed By – Franz Peter Schubert*
3-1 I. Andante: Allegro Ma Non Troppo 17:53
3-2 II. Andante Con Moto 16:28
3-3 III. Allegro Vivace 15:02
3-4 IV. Finale: Allegro Vivace 14:08

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Released with three Jewel Cases contained in a white card slip case with blue print.
[Slip Case:]
Zur Erinnerung an die Eröffnung des Werkes
July 29, 1987
Anif/Salzburg

Disc 1 (Original Recordings: 1877 - 1929)
Disc 2 (originally recorded in 1948)
Disc 3 (Digitally recorded in 1985)
Not For Sale

[Disc 1:]
Disc 1 is released in a smoth sided Jewel Case with black tray, black CD print and black and white tray inlay and booklet.
Same as US 1984 release The Edison CD Sampler™ except that one has one additional track "Alexander's Ragtime Band".
No track lengths printed for Disc 1. Track lengths listed in Tracklist are read out from CD player display.
[CD:]
Index No.1
For educational use only - Not for sale - Copyright 1984
1877-1984
Manufactured by DADC Austria Gesellschaft m.b.H.
[Booklet:]
The Edison CD Sampler™ produced by Edison National Historic Site
in association with
Sony Corporation Of America
This disc was issued to commemorate the opening of DADC Austria Ges. m. b. H: July 29, 1987
Manufactured by DADC Austria Ges. m. b. H., Anif, Austria
Copyright 1984, Edison National Historic Site, West Orange, N.J.
Cover photo and disc label courtesy U.S. Department of The Interior, National park service, Edison National Historic Site.
For demonstration only

[Disc 2:]
Disc 2 is released in a smoth sided Jewel Case with black tray, black CD print and black and white tray inlay and booklet. The two inner pages of the booklet are plain white.
No track numbers and no track lengths printed for Disc 2. Track lengths listed in Tracklist are read out from CD player display.
[CD:]
DADC Austria
Opening Commemorative Disc
July 29, 1987
Not For Sale.
[Booklet:]
Not For Sale

[Disk 3:]
Disc 3 is released in a smoth sided Jewel Case with black tray, black and blue CD print, black and white tray inlay and coloured booklet.
The track list and actual track split on the CD with 4 tracks does not match the track list in the booklet with 9 tracks.
No matching track lengths printed for Disc 3. Track lengths listed in the Tracklist are read out from CD player display.
This recording was officially released as Schubert* / Berliner Philharmoniker / Daniel Barenboim - Schubert Symphony No. 9 "The Great".

[CD:]
1 I. Andante: Allegro ma non troppo
2 II. Andante con moto
3 III. Allegro vivace
4 IV. Finale: Allegro vivace
Digital recording
℗ 1987 CBS Inc.

[Booklet:]
[page 2:]
MK 42316 (DIDC 10344)
[page 11:]
Recording Engineer: Onno Schulze/Recording Equipment: Sony PCM 1610 digital recording system; Philips Mixing console/ Microphones: Schoeps, Bruel & Kjaer/Mastered from the original digital recording by Vlado Meller at the CBS Studios on the CBS DisComputer™ System. Recorded at the Philharmonie, West Berlin, 1985.
[page 12:]
MK 42316
Movement/Satz I:
1 Andante (4:49)
2 Allegro ma non troppo (11:29)
3 Più moto (1:52)
Movement/Satz II:
4 Andante con moto (16:27)
Movement/Satz III:
5 Scherzo: Allegro vivace (6:35)
6 Trio (5:03)
7 Scherzo Da Capo al Fine (3:21)
Movement/Satz IV:
8 Finale: Allegro vivace (3:28)
9 Allegro vivace (10:33)
(01-042316-10)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (CD 1): DADA 1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): DADA 1 91 +++++
  • Other (CD 2): DADA 2
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): DADA-2 31 +++++
  • Other (CD 3): 32DC 889
  • SPARS Code (CD 3): DDD
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 3): 32DC-889 11 +++++

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