Tagged: Gramophone record

Eugène Bigot

French National Orchestra With Eugéne Bigot Play Music Of Barraud – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Henri Barraud – Offrande à une Ombre – French National Orchestra – Bigot – ORTf Broadcast circa 1951 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection Eugene Bigot was one of the most widely respected and recorded conductors during the 1930s and 1940s. During the era of the 78 rpm record, Bigot was...

Pierre-Michel LeConte

Pierre-Michel LeConte Plays Music Of Bizet – 1949 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

For Audio Files: If you’re a record collector, particularly of early lps, the name Pierre-Michel LeConte is most likely familiar to you. During that period of transition in the late 1940s to the early 1950s, from 78s to what was the revolutionary Long Playing album, LeConte was the mainstay with...

An Interview With Fritz Kreisler – 1955 – Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

An Interview With Fritz Kreisler – 1955 – Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

  . . . or click on the link here for Audio Player – Fritz Kreisler – 80th birthday celebration – Feb. 2, 1955 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection February 2nd of this year would have marked the 140th birthday of Fritz Kreisler, probably one of the most famous and...

French National Orchestra With Eugene Bigot Play Music Of Barraud – 1952 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Click on the link here for Audio Player: Barraud – Offrande une ombre – Bigot Eugene Bigot was one of the most widely respected and recorded conductors during the 1930s and 1940s. During the era of the 78 rpm record, Bigot was responsible for recording more French repertoire heard all...