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Victor de Sabata discography

This discography aims to include all published recordings featuring the conducting of Victor de Sabata.

Sorted by composer and work

Barber

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
18 March 1950 Barber School for Scandal (Overture) New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Nuova Era 2297, Archipel ARPCD 0135

Beethoven

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
2-3 May 1946 Beethoven Third Symphony (Eroica) London Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Decca, Walthamstow Assembly Halls, London Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6361, Iron Needle IN 1410, Arkadia 105788, Grammofono 2000 78686-7 [2], [3], [4], [5]
16 March 1950 Beethoven Fifth Symphony New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Urania URN 22.142, Tahra TAH 449, Nuova Era 013.6316
23-25, 29 January, 3 February 1947 Beethoven Sixth Symphony (Pastoral) Orchestra of Santa Cecilia Studio recording for HMV, Teatro Argentina, Rome Grammofono 2000 AB 78852, Naxos 8.110859, Arkadia 105788 [7]
18 March 1951 Beethoven Eighth Symphony New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Nuova Era 013.6338, Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6361

Berlioz

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
May 1946 Berlioz Le Carnaval Romain Overture London Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Decca, Walthamstow Assembly Halls, London Magic Master 37086, Iron Needle IN 1410, Grammofono 2000 78686-7 [8], [9]
1 August 1953 Berlioz Le Carnaval Romain overture Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Live recording, Festspielhaus, Salzburg Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6416, Nuova Era 2319, Dynamic IDIS6416 [10],

Brahms

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
February 1953 Brahms Third Symphony (finale) (rehearsal) San Francisco Symphony Live recording, San Francisco Archiv Documents ADCD200, Nuova Era 2319 [13], [14]
April 1939 Brahms Fourth Symphony Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Polydor, Alte Jacobstrasse Studio, Berlin Pearl GEMS 0054, Magic Master 37086, Andante 1030, Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6406/07, Grammofono 2000 78686-7 , [16], [17], [18]
16 March 1950 Brahms Violin Concerto Nathan Milstein (violin), New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Nuova Era 013.6316, Tahra TAH 449, Archipel ARPCD 0086

De Sabata

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
29-30 December 1933 De Sabata Juventus RAI Symphony Orchestra, Turin Studio recording for Parlophone, Turin Naxos 8.110859 [19]

Debussy

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
7 February 1947 Debussy Jeux Orchestra Stabile Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Roma Studio recording for HMV, Teatro Argentina, Rome Testament SBT 1108, Pristine Audio PASC046 , [20]
28 February - 1 March 1948 Debussy La Mer Orchestra Stabile Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Roma Studio recording for HMV (not issued until 1997), Teatro Argentina, Roma Testament SBT 1108
1 February 1948 Debussy Nocturnes (Nuages) Orchestra Stabile Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Roma Studio recording for HMV, Teatro Argentina, Roma Testament SBT 1108
24 February 1948 Debussy Nocturnes (Fetes) Orchestra Stabile Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Roma Studio recording for HMV, Teatro Argentina, Roma Testament SBT 1108

Dukas

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
12 March 1950 Dukas The Sorcerer's Apprentice New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Nuova Era 6350, Originals 821

Dvořák

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
26 March 1950 Dvořak Ninth Symphony (From the New World) New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Istituto Discorafico Italiano IDIS 336, Nuova Era 2297

Franck

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
12 March 1950 Franck Symphony in D minor New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 336, Nuova Era 6350

Ghedini

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
5 March 1950 Ghedini Marinaresca e baccanale New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York, 3pm Nuova Era 2219, Archipel ARPCD 0135 [21]

Giordano

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
6 March 1949 Giordano Andrea Chénier (excerpts) Mario del Monaco (Andrea Chénier), Renata Tebaldi (Madeleine), Paolo Silveri (Gerard), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Fono Enterprise 1058, Myto MCD 90634 [22], [23]

Glazunov

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
28 December 1933 Glazunov From the Middle Ages (suite) RAI Symphony Orchestra, Turin Studio recording for Parlophone, Turin Naxos 8.110859 [24]

Kodály

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
April 1939 Kodály Dances of Galanta Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Polydor, Alte Jacobstrasse Studio, Berlin Pearl GEMS 0054, Urania 155, Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6406/07, Grammofono 2000 78686-7 , [25]

Mosolov

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
30 December 1933 Mosolov Iron Foundry RAI Symphony Orchestra, Turin Studio recording for Parlophone, Turin Naxos 8.110859 [26]

Mozart

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
December 1941 Mozart Requiem (complete) Pia Tassinari (soprano), Ebe Stignani (mezzo soprano), Ferruccio Tagliavini (tenor), Italo Tajo (bass), Orchestra e Coro di Torino dell'EIAR Live recording, Basilica di Santa Maria degli Angeli, Rome Iron Needle IN 1390, Cetra 40001, Naxos 8.111064 [27], [28],[29]

Puccini

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
7 December 1949 Puccini La bohème (excerpts) Gianni Pogi (Rodolfo), Margherita Carosio (Mimì), Paolo Silveri (Marcello), Alda Noni (Musetta), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Myto MCD 90634 [30], [31]
12 April 1953 Puccini Tosca (Aria "Vissi d'arte") Renata Tebaldi (soprano), Orchestra of La Scala, Milan Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Nuova Era 2319 [32],
10–14, 16, 18–21 August 1953 Puccini Tosca (complete) Maria Callas (Floria Tosca), Giuseppe Di Stefano (Mario Caravadossi), Tito Gobbi (Scarpia), Chorus and orchestra of La Scala Studio recording for HMV, Teatro alla Scala, Milan EMI 7243 5 62890 2 4 (and many others), Naxos 8.110256-57, Regis 2065 [33]

Rachmaninoff

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
12 March 1950 Rachmaninoff Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini Artur Rubinstein (piano), New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Aura 252, Archipel ARPCD 0135, Originals ORI 821, Nuova Era 2232

Ravel

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
5 March 1950 Ravel Boléro New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York, 3pm Nuova Era 2219, Archipel ARPCD 0135, [34]
26 March 1950 Ravel Ma Mère l'Oie (suite) New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Archipel ARPCD 0135, Originals 821, Nuova Era 2219
1 August 1953 Ravel La Valse Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Live recording, Festspielhaus, Salzburg Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6416, Archipel ARPCD 0135, Nuova Era 2219, Dynamic IDIS6416 [35]

Respighi

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
April 1939 Respighi Feste Romane Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Polydor, Alte Jacobstrasse Studio, Berlin Pearl GEMS 0054, Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6406/07 , [36]
23-24 January 1947 Respighi Fountains of Rome Orchestra Stabile Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Roma Studio recording for HMV, Teatro Argentina, Rome Testament SBT 1108, EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50 , [37], [38]
12 March 1950 Respighi Pines of Rome New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Urania URN 22.142, Nuova Era 2232

Rossini

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
3 February 1952 Rossini Barber of Seville (complete) Gino Bechi (Figaro), Dora Gatta (Rosina), Cesare Valletti (Almaviva), Melchiorre Luise (Bartolo), Nicola Rossi-Lemeni (Basilio), Chorus and orchestra of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Walhall WLCD 0061 [39]
February 1953 Rossini La gazza ladra (overture) (rehearsal) San Francisco Symphony Live recording, San Francisco Archiv Documents ADCD200 [40]
February 1948 Rossini William Tell (overture) Orchestra of Santa Cecilia Studio recording for HMV Grammofono 2000 AB 78852, EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50 [41], [42]

Schumann

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
18 March 1951 Schumann Piano Concerto Claudio Arrau (piano), New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Aura 252, Music and Arts 1174, Archipel ARPCD 0086

Sibelius

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
May 1946 Sibelius En Saga London Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Decca, Walthamstow Assembly Halls, London Decca LP 6BB 236/7 [43], [44]
5 March 1950 Sibelius First Symphony New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York, 3pm Nuova Era 2210, Urania 155 , [45]
May 1946 Sibelius Valse Triste London Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Decca, Walthamstow Assembly Halls, London Grammofono 2000 78686-7 [46]

Richard Strauss

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
April 1939 Richard Strauss Death and Transfiguration Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Polydor, Alte Jacobstrasse Studio, Berlin Pearl GEMS 0054, Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6406/07 , [47], [48]
1 August 1953 Richard Strauss Death and Transfiguration Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Live recording, Festspielhaus, Salzburg Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6416, Nuova Era 2210, Dynamic IDIS6416, Archipel ARPCD 0135 [49]
November/December 1948 Richard Strauss Don Quixote Aldo Parisot (cello), Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Live recording, Pittsburgh Urania URN 22.105 , [50]
February 1953 Richard Strauss Dance of the Seven Veils (from Salome) (rehearsal) San Francisco Symphony Live recording, San Francisco Archiv Documents ADCD200, Nuova Era 2319, Archipel ARPCD 0135 [51]

Stravinsky

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
9 September 1947 Stravinsky Chant du Rossignol Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra Live recording, Stockholm Urania 155, Archipel ARPCD 0135, Nuova Era 2319
28 December 1933 Stravinsky Fireworks RAI Symphony Orchestra, Turin Studio recording for Parlophone, Turin Naxos 8.110859 [52]

Verdi

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
7 June 1936 Verdi Aïda (excerpts) (sung in Swedish and German) Alexander Svied, Ludwig Hofmann, Orchestra and chorus of the Vienna State Opera Live recording, Vienna Koch Schwann 3-1454-2 ("Edition Wiener Staatsoper Live, Volume 4") [53], [54]
22 June 1937 Verdi Aïda (complete) Gina Cigna (Aida), Beniamino Gigli, (Radamès), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Berlin Eklipse EKR 53 [55], [56], [57], [58]
14 May 1938 Verdi Aïda (excerpts) Gina Cigna (Aïda), Beniamino Gigli, (Radamès), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala Music and Arts 1104 [59]
April 1939 Verdi Aïda (prelude) Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Polydor, Alte Jacobstrasse Studio, Berlin Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6406/07 [60]
7 June 1951 Verdi Falstaff (complete) Mariano Stabile (Falstaff), Renata Tebaldi, Cloë Elmo (Quickly), Chorus and orchestra of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla scala, Milan Opera d'Oro 1214, Urania 176, Nuova Era 2220/21, Premiere Opera CDNO 2932 [61]
26 May 1952 Verdi Falstaff (complete) Mariano Stabile (Falstaff), Renata Tebaldi (Alice), Cloë Elmo (Quickly), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Music and Arts CD 1104, Cantus Classics 500.408 [62], [63]
7 December 1952 Verdi Macbeth (complete) Maria Callas (Lady Macbeth), Enzo Mascherini (Macbeth), Italo Tajo (Banquo), Orchestra and Chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Nuova Era 2202/3, EMI CMS 5 66447 2, Hunt 2CDSLMH 34027, Legendary LR-CD-1003-2, Movimento Musica 051.022, Arkadia CDMP 427.2, G.O.P. 750-CD2, Canale 539003/4, Documents 221886-303 [64], [65]
1 February 1938 Verdi Otello (excerpts) Maria Caniglia (Soprano), Francesco Merli (Tenor), Piero Biasini (Baritone), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala Music and Arts 1104 [66]
5 February 1949 Verdi Otello (aria "Willow Song") Renata Tebaldi, Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Fono Enterprise 1058 [67]
12 December 1940 Verdi Requiem (excerpts) Beniamino Gigli (Tenor), Ebe Stignani (Mezzo-soprano), Maria Caniglia (Soprano), Tancredi Pasero (Bass), RAI Chorus and Orchestra Live recording Enterprise RY 77 [68], [69]
14 December 1940 Verdi Requiem (excerpts) Beniamino Gigli (Tenor), Ebe Stignani (Mezzo soprano), Maria Caniglia (Soprano), Tancredi Pasero (Bass), EIAR Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Orchestra da Camera di Roma Live recording, Basilica di Santa Maria degli Angeli, Rome Legato LCD 178-2, Arkadia CDMP 446 [70], [71], [72]
27 January 1951 Verdi Requiem (complete) Renata Tebaldi (soprano), Nell Rankin (mezzo-soprano), Giacinto Prandelli (tenor), Nicola Rossi-Lemeni (bass), Chorus and orchestra of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Nuova Era 6346/47, Urania URN 22.189, Great Opera Performances GOP 825 [73]
18-22, 25-27 June 1954 Verdi Requiem (complete) Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano), Oralia Dominguez (mezzo-soprano), Giuseppe di Stefano (tenor), Cesare Siepi (bass), Chorus and orchestra of La Scala Studio recording for HMV, Teatro alla Scala, Milan EMI 653565 5062, EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50, Opera d'Oro OPD 1314 [74], [75], [76]
February – March 1948 Verdi La traviata (Act 1 and Act 3 Preludes) Orchestra of Santa Cecilia Studio recording for HMV Grammofono 2000 AB 78852, EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50 [77], [78]
February 1947 Verdi I vespri siciliani (Overture) Orchestra of Santa Cecilia Studio recording for HMV Grammofono 2000 AB 78852, Malibran CDRG 174, EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50 [79], [80], [81]
1 August 1953 Verdi I vespri siciliani (overture) Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Live recording, Festspielhaus, Salzburg Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6416, Nuova Era 2319, Originals ORI 821, Dynamic IDIS6416 [82],

Wagner

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
25 March 1951 Wagner Götterdämmerung (immolation scene) Eileen Farrell (soprano), New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Nuova Era 013.6637, Arkadia/Hunt 512, Arkadia CDHP 512.1, Urania 22167
25 March 1951 Wagner Die Meistersinger (prelude) New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Nuova Era 013.6637, Arkadia/Hunt 512, Arkadia CDHP 512.1, Urania 22167
25 March 1951 Wagner Parsifal (Prelude and Good Friday music) New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Nuova Era 013.6637, Arkadia/Hunt 512, Arkadia CDHP 512.1, Urania 22167
11 December 1930 Wagner Tristan und Isolde (excerpts) (sung in Italian) Giuseppina Cobelli (Isolde), Renato Zanelli (Tristan), Orchestra of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Pearl GEMS 0054, Symposium 1102 , [83]
April 1939 Wagner Tristan und Isolde: Prelude and Liebestod Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Polydor, Alte Jacobstrasse Studio, Berlin Pearl GEMS 0054, Uhttp://worldcat.org/search?q=victor+de+sabata&qt=owc_searchrania 155, Magic Master 37086, Iron Needle IN 1410, Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6406/07, Grammofono 2000 78686-7 , [84], [85], [86]
14 April 1948 Wagner Tristan und Isolde (excerpts) Kirsten Flagstad (Isolde), Max Lorenz (Tristan), Rosette Anday (Brangäne)

Paul Schöffler (King Mark), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala (Note: Urania booklet notes falsely claim the performance to be from 1947 with Einar Beyron as Tristan and Elsa Calveti as Brangäne)

Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Urania URN 22.105, Simax 1820 , [87]
25 March 1951 Wagner Tristan und Isolde (prelude and liebestod) Eileen Farrell (soprano), New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Nuova Era 013.6637, Arkadia/Hunt 512, Arkadia CDHP 512.1, Urania 22167
13 December 1951 Wagner Tristan und Isolde (complete) Gertrud Grob-Prandl (Isolde), Max Lorenz (Tristan), Chorus and orchestra of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Archipel ARPCD 0027-3 , [88]
May 1946 Wagner Ride of the Valkyries London Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Decca, Walthamstow Assembly Halls, London Magic Master 37086, Iron Needle IN 1410, Grammofono 2000 78686-7 [89], [90]
February 1953 Wagner Ride of the Valkyries (rehearsal) San Francisco Symphony Live recording, San Francisco Archiv Documents ADCD200 [91]

Wolf-Ferrari

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
February – March 1948 Wolf-Ferrari I quattro rusteghi (Intermezzo from Act II) Orchestra of Santa Cecilia Studio recording for HMV EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50 [92], [93]
February – March 1948 Wolf-Ferrari Il segreto di Susanna (overture from Act I) Orchestra of Santa Cecilia Studio recording for HMV EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50 [94], [95]

Sorted by date

1930s

1930

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
11 December 1930 Wagner Tristan und Isolde (excerpts) (sung in Italian) Giuseppina Cobelli (Isolde), Renato Zanelli (Tristan), Orchestra of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Pearl GEMS 0054, Symposium 1102 , [96]

1933

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
28 December 1933 Stravinsky Fireworks RAI Symphony Orchestra, Turin Studio recording for Parlophone, Turin Naxos 8.110859 [97]
28 December 1933 Glazunov From the Middle Ages (suite) RAI Symphony Orchestra, Turin Studio recording for Parlophone, Turin Naxos 8.110859 [98]
29-30 December 1933 De Sabata Juventus RAI Symphony Orchestra, Turin Studio recording for Parlophone, Turin Naxos 8.110859 [99]
30 December 1933 Mosolov Iron Foundry RAI Symphony Orchestra, Turin Studio recording for Parlophone, Turin Naxos 8.110859 [100]

1936

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
7 June 1936 Verdi Aida (excerpts) (sung in Swedish and German) Alexander Svied, Ludwig Hofmann, Orchestra and chorus of the Vienna State Opera Live recording, Vienna Koch Schwann 3-1454-2 ("Edition Wiener Staatsoper Live, Volume 4") [101], [102]

1937

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
22 June 1937 Verdi Aida Gina Cigna (Aida), Beniamino Gigli, (Radamès), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Berlin Eklipse EKR 53 [103], [104], [105], [106]

1938

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
1 February 1938 Verdi Otello (excerpts) Maria Caniglia (Soprano), Francesco Merli (Tenor), Piero Biasini (Baritone), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala Music and Arts 1104 [107]
14 May 1938 Verdi Aïda (excerpts) Gina Cigna (Aïda), Beniamino Gigli, (Radamès), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala Music and Arts 1104 [108]

1939

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
April 1939 Brahms Fourth Symphony Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Polydor, Alte Jacobstrasse Studio, Berlin Pearl GEMS 0054, Magic Master 37086, Andante 1030, Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6406/07, Grammofono 2000 78686-7 , [109], [110], [111]
April 1939 Respighi Feste Romane Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Polydor, Alte Jacobstrasse Studio, Berlin Pearl GEMS 0054, Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6406/07 , [112]
April 1939 Wagner Tristan und Isolde: Prelude and Liebestod Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Polydor, Alte Jacobstrasse Studio, Berlin Pearl GEMS 0054, Uhttp://worldcat.org/search?q=victor+de+sabata&qt=owc_searchrania 155, Magic Master 37086, Iron Needle IN 1410, Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6406/07, Grammofono 2000 78686-7 , [113], [114], [115]
April 1939 Kodály Dances of Galanta Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Polydor, Alte Jacobstrasse Studio, Berlin Pearl GEMS 0054, Urania 155, Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6406/07, Grammofono 2000 78686-7 , [116]
April 1939 Richard Strauss Death and Transfiguration Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Polydor, Alte Jacobstrasse Studio, Berlin Pearl GEMS 0054, Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6406/07 , [117], [118]
April 1939 Verdi Aïda (prelude) Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Polydor, Alte Jacobstrasse Studio, Berlin Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6406/07 [119]

1940s

1940

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
12 December 1940 Verdi Requiem (excerpts) Beniamino Gigli (Tenor), Ebe Stignani (Mezzo soprano), Maria Caniglia (Soprano), Tancredi Pasero (Bass), RAI Chorus and Orchestra Live recording Enterprise RY 77 [120], [121]
14 December 1940 Verdi Requiem (excerpts) Beniamino Gigli (Tenor), Ebe Stignani (Mezzo soprano), Maria Caniglia (Soprano), Tancredi Pasero (Bass), EIAR Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Orchestra da Camera di Roma Live recording, Basilica di Santa Maria degli Angeli, Rome Legato LCD 178-2, Arkadia CDMP 446 [122], [123], [124]

1941

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
December 1941 Mozart Requiem Pia Tassinari (soprano), Ebe Stignani (mezzo soprano), Ferruccio Tagliavini (tenor), Italo Tajo (bass), Orchestra e Coro di Torino dell'EIAR Live recording, Basilica di Santa Maria degli Angeli, Rome Iron Needle IN 1390, Cetra 40001, Naxos 8.111064 [125], [126],[127]

1946

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
2-3 May 1946 Beethoven Third Symphony (Eroica) London Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Decca, Walthamstow Assembly Halls, London Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6361, Iron Needle IN 1410, Arkadia 105788, Grammofono 2000 78686-7 [128], [129], [130], [131]
May 1946 Berlioz Le Carnaval Romain Overture London Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Decca, Walthamstow Assembly Halls, London Magic Master 37086, Iron Needle IN 1410, Grammofono 2000 78686-7 [132], [133]
May 1946 Wagner Ride of the Valkyries London Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Decca, Walthamstow Assembly Halls, London Magic Master 37086, Iron Needle IN 1410, Grammofono 2000 78686-7 [134], [135]
May 1946 Sibelius Valse Triste London Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Decca, Walthamstow Assembly Halls, London Grammofono 2000 78686-7 [136]
May 1946 Sibelius En Saga London Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording for Decca, Walthamstow Assembly Halls, London Decca LP 6BB 236/7 [137], [138]

1947

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
23-24 January 1947 Respighi Fountains of Rome Orchestra Stabile Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Roma Studio recording for HMV, Teatro Argentina, Rome Testament SBT 1108, EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50 , [139], [140]
23-25, 29 January, 3 February 1947 Beethoven Sixth Symphony (Pastoral) Orchestra of Santa Cecilia Studio recording for HMV, Teatro Argentina, Rome Grammofono 2000 AB 78852, Naxos 8.110859, Arkadia 105788 [141]
7 February 1947 Debussy Jeux Orchestra Stabile Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Roma Studio recording for HMV, Teatro Argentina, Rome Testament SBT 1108, Pristine Audio PASC046 , [142]
February 1947 Verdi I vespri siciliani (Overture) Orchestra of Santa Cecilia Studio recording for HMV Grammofono 2000 AB 78852, Malibran CDRG 174, EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50 [143], [144], [145]
9 September 1947 Stravinsky Chant du Rossignol Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra Live recording, Stockholm Urania 155, Archipel ARPCD 0135, Nuova Era 2319

1948

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
1 February 1948 Debussy Nocturnes (Nuages) Orchestra Stabile Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Roma Studio recording for HMV, Teatro Argentina, Roma Testament SBT 1108
24 February 1948 Debussy Nocturnes (Fetes) Orchestra Stabile Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Roma Studio recording for HMV, Teatro Argentina, Roma Testament SBT 1108
28 February - 1 March 1948 Debussy La Mer Orchestra Stabile Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Roma Studio recording for HMV (not issued until 1997), Teatro Argentina, Roma Testament SBT 1108
February 1948 Rossini William Tell (overture) Orchestra of Santa Cecilia Studio recording for HMV Grammofono 2000 AB 78852, EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50 [146], [147]
February – March 1948 Verdi La Traviata (Act 1 and Act 3 Preludes) Orchestra of Santa Cecilia Studio recording for HMV Grammofono 2000 AB 78852, EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50 [148], [149]
February – March 1948 Wolf-Ferrari I quattro rusteghi (Intermezzo from Act II) Orchestra of Santa Cecilia Studio recording for HMV EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50 [150], [151]
February – March 1948 Wolf-Ferrari Il segreto di Susanna (overture from Act I) Orchestra of Santa Cecilia Studio recording for HMV EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50 [152], [153]
14 April 1948 Wagner Tristan und Isolde (excerpts) Kirsten Flagstad (Isolde), Max Lorenz (Tristan), Rosette Anday (Brangäne)

Paul Schöffler (King Mark), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala (Note: Urania booklet notes falsely claim the performance to be from 1947 with Einar Beyron as Tristan and Elsa Calveti as Brangäne)

Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Urania URN 22.105, Simax 1820 , [154]
November/December 1948 Richard Strauss Don Quixote Aldo Parisot (cello), Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Live recording, Pittsburgh Urania URN 22.105 , [155]

1949

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
5 February 1949 Verdi Otello (aria "Willow Song") Renata Tebaldi, Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Fono Enterprise 1058 [156]
6 March 1949 Giordano Andrea Chénier (excerpts) Mario del Monaco (Andrea Chénier), Renata Tebaldi (Madeleine), Paolo Silveri (Gerard), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Fono Enterprise 1058, Myto MCD 90634 [157], [158]
7 December 1949 Puccini La bohème (excerpts) Gianni Pogi (Rodolfo), Margherita Carosio (Mimì), Paolo Silveri (Marcello), Alda Noni (Musetta), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Myto MCD 90634 [159], [160]

1950s

1950

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
5 March 1950 Ghedini Marinaresca e baccanale New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York, 3pm Nuova Era 2219, Archipel ARPCD 0135 [161]
5 March 1950 Ravel Boléro New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York, 3pm Nuova Era 2219, Archipel ARPCD 0135, [162]
5 March 1950 Sibelius First Symphony New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York, 3pm Nuova Era 2210, Urania 155 , [163]
12 March 1950 Dukas The Sorcerer's Apprentice New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Nuova Era 6350, Originals 821
12 March 1950 Franck Symphony in D minor New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 336, Nuova Era 6350
12 March 1950 Respighi Pines of Rome New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Urania URN 22.142, Nuova Era 2232
16 March 1950 Beethoven Fifth Symphony New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Urania URN 22.142, Tahra TAH 449, Nuova Era 013.6316
16 March 1950 Brahms Violin Concerto Nathan Milstein (violin), New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Nuova Era 013.6316, Tahra TAH 449, Archipel ARPCD 0086
18 March 1950 Barber School for Scandal (Overture) New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Nuova Era 2297, Archipel ARPCD 0135
26 March 1950 Rachmaninoff Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini Artur Rubinstein (piano), New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Aura 252, Archipel ARPCD 0135, Originals ORI 821, Nuova Era 2232
26 March 1950 Dvořak Ninth Symphony (From the New World) New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Istituto Discorafico Italiano IDIS 336, Nuova Era 2297
26 March 1950 Ravel Ma Mère l'Oie (suite) New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Archipel ARPCD 0135, Originals 821, Nuova Era 2219

1951

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
27 January 1951 Verdi Requiem Renata Tebaldi (soprano), Nell Rankin (mezzo-soprano), Giacinto Prandelli (tenor), Nicola Rossi-Lemeni (bass), Chorus and orchestra of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Nuova Era 6346/47, Urania URN 22.189, Great Opera Performances GOP 825 [164]
18 March 1951 Beethoven Eighth Symphony New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Nuova Era 013.6338, Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6361
18 March 1951 Schumann Piano Concerto Claudio Arrau (piano), New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Aura 252, Music and Arts 1174, Archipel ARPCD 0086
25 March 1951 Wagner Tristan und Isolde (prelude and liebestod), Götterdämmerung (immolation scene), Die Meistersinger (prelude), Parsifal (Prelude and Good Friday music) Eileen Farrell (soprano), New York Philharmonic Live recording, Carnegie Hall, New York Nuova Era 013.6637, Arkadia/Hunt 512, Arkadia CDHP 512.1, Urania 22167
7 June 1951 Verdi Falstaff Mariano Stabile (Falstaff), Renata Tebaldi, Cloë Elmo (Quickly), Chorus and orchestra of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla scala, Milan Opera d'Oro 1214, Urania 176, Nuova Era 2220/21, Premiere Opera CDNO 2932 [165]
13 December 1951 Wagner Tristan und Isolde Gertrud Grob-Prandl (Isolde), Max Lorenz (Tristan), Chorus and orchestra of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Archipel ARPCD 0027-3 , [166]

1952

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
3 February 1952 Rossini Barber of Seville Gino Bechi (Figaro), Dora Gatta (Rosina), Cesare Valletti (Almaviva), Melchiorre Luise (Bartolo), Nicola Rossi-Lemeni (Basilio), Chorus and orchestra of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Walhall WLCD 0061 [167]
26 May 1952 Verdi Falstaff Mariano Stabile (Falstaff), Renata Tebaldi (Alice), Cloë Elmo (Quickly), Orchestra and chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Music and Arts CD 1104, Cantus Classics 500.408 [168], [169]
7 December 1952 Verdi Macbeth Maria Callas (Lady Macbeth), Enzo Mascherini (Macbeth), Italo Tajo (Banquo), Orchestra and Chorus of La Scala Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Nuova Era 2202/3, EMI CMS 5 66447 2, Hunt 2CDSLMH 34027, Legendary LR-CD-1003-2, Movimento Musica 051.022, Arkadia CDMP 427.2, G.O.P. 750-CD2, Canale 539003/4, Documents 221886-303 [170], [171]

1953

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
February 1953 Brahms Third Symphony (finale) (rehearsal) San Francisco Symphony Live recording, San Francisco Archiv Documents ADCD200, Nuova Era 2319 [172], [173]
February 1953 Richard Strauss Dance of the Seven Veils (from Salome) (rehearsal) San Francisco Symphony Live recording, San Francisco Archiv Documents ADCD200, Nuova Era 2319, Archipel ARPCD 0135 [174]
February 1953 Rossini La gazza ladra (overture) (rehearsal) San Francisco Symphony Live recording, San Francisco Archiv Documents ADCD200 [175]
February 1953 Wagner Ride of the Valkyries (rehearsal) San Francisco Symphony Live recording, San Francisco Archiv Documents ADCD200 [176]
12 April 1953 Puccini Tosca (Aria Vissi d'arte) Renata Tebaldi (soprano), Orchestra of La Scala, Milan Live recording, Teatro alla Scala, Milan Nuova Era 2319 [177],
1 August 1953 Berlioz Le Carnaval Romain overture Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Live recording, Festspielhaus, Salzburg Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6416, Nuova Era 2319, Dynamic IDIS6416 [178],
1 August 1953 Richard Strauss Death and Transfiguration Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Live recording, Festspielhaus, Salzburg Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6416, Nuova Era 2210, Dynamic IDIS6416, Archipel ARPCD 0135 [179]
1 August 1953 Ravel La valse Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Live recording, Festspielhaus, Salzburg Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6416, Archipel ARPCD 0135, Nuova Era 2219, Dynamic IDIS6416 [180]
1 August 1953 Verdi I vespri siciliani (overture) Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Live recording, Festspielhaus, Salzburg Istituto Discografico Italiano IDIS 6416, Nuova Era 2319, Originals ORI 821, Dynamic IDIS6416 [181],
10-14, 16, 18-21 August 1953 Puccini Tosca Maria Callas (Floria Tosca), Giuseppe di Stefano (Mario Caravadossi), Tito Gobbi (Scarpia), Chorus and orchestra of La Scala Studio recording for HMV, Teatro alla Scala, Milan EMI 7243 5 62890 2 4 (and many others), Naxos 8.110256-57, Regis 2065 [182]

1954

Date Composer Work Soloists/Choir/Orchestra Type Label(s) References
18-22, 25-27 June 1954 Verdi Requiem Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano), Oralia Dominguez (mezzo-soprano), Giuseppe di Stefano (tenor), Cesare Siepi (bass), Chorus and orchestra of La Scala Studio recording for HMV, Teatro alla Scala, Milan EMI 653565 5062, EMI References 7243 56550629, Naxos 8.111049-50, Opera d'Oro OPD 1314 [183], [184], [185]

References

  1. ^ Archipel ARPCD 0027-3, booklet notes
  2. ^ Nuova Era 2210, Booklet note. See also [186]
  3. ^ Nuova Era 2297, Booklet note. See also [187]
  4. ^ Nuova Era 2319, Booklet note. See also [188]
  5. ^ Testament SBT 1108, booklet notes
  6. ^ Urania URN 22.105, booklet notes
  7. ^ Urania URN 22.105, booklet notes
  8. ^ Urania URN 22.142, booklet notes
  9. ^ Pearl GEMS 0054, booklet notes
  10. ^ "Rehearsal" consists of brief remarks by de Sabata followed by a complete uninterrupted runthrough
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