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George Gershwin

“The man who made an honest woman out of Jazz.”
— Isaac Goldberg

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Long-Playing Albums, Extended Plays & 45 rpm Boxed Sets

 

Ralph Grierson & Artie Kane, pianos, ’S Wonderful (Angel S-2-36083, 1975 U.S.; stereo). Two-piano arrangements of An American In Paris; Three Preludes; ’S Wonderful; The Man I Love; Strike Up The Band; Embraceable You; Oh, Lady Be Good!; Fascinating Rhythm.

VG+ cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 1001

[original Broadway cast] incl. Twiggy, Tommy Tune, My One And Only (Atlantic 78 01101, 1983 Canadian promo; stereo).

VG cover, VG+ disc; includes custom inner sleeve; $5.00
Item # 1002 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

Bobby Short, vocals & piano; Beverly Peer, bass; Richard Sheridan, drums, Bobby Short Is K-ra-zy For Gershwin (2-LP set, Atlantic SD 2-608, 1973 U.S.; stereo).

G+ cover, VG+ discs; notch in cover, 2" split in bottom of cover; $10.00
Item # 1003

Stéphane Grappelli, violin; orchestra directed by Jo Boyer, Stéphane Grappelli joue George Gershwin et Cole Porter (2-LP set, Barclay 81 050/51, 1978 French).

VG+ cover, VG+ discs; $10.00
Item # 1004

Columbia Jazz Band, conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas; George Gershwin, piano, Rhapsody In Blue / New York Philharmonic, An American In Paris (Columbia M 34205, 1976 Canadian; stereo). Modern recording of the original jazz band version of Rhapsody In Blue, with Gershwin’s 1925 piano roll recording dubbed in — “[t]he spontaneity of the finished performance is quite riveting....[S]urely a definitive account” (Penguin Guide 1977).

VG+ cover, NM disc; $10.00
Item # 1005

Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas, Gershwin On Broadway (Columbia Masterworks M 34542, 1977 U.S.; stereo). Overtures to six Broadway shows. “[E]xpert and idiomatic performances....one would expect no less from this brilliant conductor....A first-class issue that will give wide pleasure” (Penguin Guide 1982).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $10.00
Item # 1006

Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Ormandy; Oscar Levant, piano, Rhapsody In Blue / Philharmonic-Symphonic Orchestra of New York, conducted by Artur Rodzinski, An American In Paris / Philharmonic-Symphonic Orchestra of New York, conducted by André Kostelanetz; Oscar Levant, piano, Concerto in F (Columbia Masterworks CL 700, 1954? Canadian; mono). Reissue of recordings made in the 1940s.

VG cover, VG disc; writing on back cover, tape on top edge of cover; $3.00
Item # 1007

André Watts, piano, Watts By George! (Columbia Masterworks M 34221, 1976 U.S.; stereo). Watts plays Rhapsody In Blue, Preludes for piano, 13 songs from the Gershwin Song Book. “Watts’s performance is thoughtful as well as brilliant....[T]hese assured if sometimes wilful performances have plenty of life” (Penguin Guide 1977).

VG+ cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 1008

Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Ormandy; Oscar Levant, piano, Rhapsody In Blue / Philharmonic-Symphonic Orchestra of New York, conducted by Artur Rodzinski, An American In Paris (Columbia Masterworks ML 4026, 1948? Canadian; mono).

VG cover, VG disc; $3.00
Item # 1009

[studiocast] incl. Mary Martin, with orchestra conducted by Lehman Engel, Girl Crazy (Columbia ML 4475, 1952 Canadian; mono).

F+ cover, G+ disc; cover split along bottom, repaired with tape; $3.00
Item # 1010 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

Various Artists, Gershwin’s Greatest Hits; incl. Rhapsody In Blue, Three Preludes, Concerto in F (3rd movement), An American In Paris, Porgy And Bess, A Symphonic Picture (Columbia MS 7518, ca. 1970 Canadian; stereo).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 1011

Sinfonia of London, conducted by Kenneth Alwyn; Malcolm Binns, piano, Concerto in F / Rhapsody In Blue (Columbia Musical Treasuries 5724, mid-1970s U.S. reissue of British release on Music For Pleasure; stereo).

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 1012

[studiocast] incl. Jack Cassidy, Oh, Kay! (Columbia OL 7050, 1957 U.S. white label radio promo; mono).

G cover, VG+ disc; writing on cover; $5.00
Item # 1013

[film soundtrack] Porgy And Bess (Columbia Masterworks OL 5410, 1959 U.S.; mono).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 5605 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

[original TV cast] incl. Fred Astaire, Jack Lemmon, Leslie Uggams, Peter Nero, Robert Guillaume, ’S Wonderful, ’S Marvelous, ’S Gershwin (Daybreak DR-2009, 1971 Canadian; stereo).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 1014 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

Paul Whiteman & His Concert Orchestra; Roy Bargy and Rosa Linda, piano, A Program Of George Gershwin Music (Decca DL-8024, 1949 U.S.; mono). Includes An American In Paris, Rhapsody In Blue [Bargy], Second Rhapsody [Bargy], Cuban Overture [Linda]. Reissue of recordings made in 1938, liner notes by Deems Taylor.

F+ cover, G disc; writing on back cover, masking tape along cover edges; $3.00
Item # 1015

[1942 Broadway revival cast] including Todd Duncan & Anne Brown, Porgy And Bess [selections] (Decca DL 9024, 1959 U.S. reissue of 1942 release; mono).

G+ cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 1016 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

[1942 Broadway revival cast] including Todd Duncan & Anne Brown, Porgy And Bess [selections] (Decca DL 9024, 1959 Canadian reissue of 1942 release; mono).

G cover, G+ disc; top edge of cover split & tape repaired; $3.00
Item # 1017 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

Ella Fitzgerald, with orchestra directed by Bob Haggart, Ella Sings Gershwin (Decca DL 74451, 1972 Canadian reissue of 1963 release; stereo).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 1018

Kiri Te Kanawa, with The New Princess Theater Orchestra conducted by John McGlinn, Kiri Sings Gershwin (EMI Angel Digital DS-47454, 1987 Canadian; stereo). “Dame Kiri is at her most relaxed and...she gives constant pleasure as one marvellous tune follows another in a seeming flood” (Penguin Guide 1988).

VG+ cover, NM disc: $5.00
Item # 1019

George Gershwin [piano rolls], Gershwin Plays Gershwin: Rhapsody In Blue and Other Gershwin Favourites (Everest 3371, 1974 U.S.; stereo). Piano rolls of Rhapsody In Blue (from 1925) and four non-Gershwin songs.

NM cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 1020

Kevin Cole, piano, The Unknown Gershwin (Fanfare DFL-7007, 1985 Canadian; stereo). Includes overtures to Lady, Be Good and Girl Crazy and miscellaneous obscure Gershwiniana.

NM cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 1021

[studiocast] Cleveland Orchestra & Chorus, conducted by Lorin Maazel; Willard White, Leona Mitchell, Porgy And Bess (3-LP set, London OSA 13116, 1976 British; stereo). World premiere complete recording of Gershwin’s opera. “[T]his superb recording... establishes the work’s formidable status beyond question....White is a magnificent Porgy” (Penguin Guide 1977).

VG+ box, NM discs; includes libretto; $30.00
Item # 1022 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

London Festival Orchestra, conducted by Robert Farnon, Porgy And Bess Symphonic Suite [arrangement by Farnon] (London Phase 4 Stereo SPC 21013, 1969? U.S.; stereo).

VG+ cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 1023

Modern Jazz Quartet, The Modern Jazz Quartet Plays George Gershwin’s Porgy And Bess (Atlantic SD-1440, 1969 U.S. reissue of 1965 release [green, white & red label]; stereo).

G+ cover, VG disc; cover worn & repaired with invisible tape along top edge; $3.00
Item # 9350

George Gershwin, piano [& orch.], Gershwin By Gershwin (2-LP set, Mark 56 641, 1973 U.S.; mono). Includes Gershwin’s 1925 piano roll of Rhapsody In Blue, parts of the Concerto in F, a rehearsal of the complete Second Rhapsody, and two complete broadcasts of Gershwin’s short-lived 1934 radio show.

VG+ cover, NM discs; $15.00
Item # 1024

George Gershwin et al., George Gershwin Conducts Excerpts From Porgy And Bess (Mark56 667, 1974. U.S.; mono). Includes July 1935 Porgy And Bess rehearsal conducted by Gershwin, portion of 1932 Rudy Vallée radio show with Gershwin as guest, and piano rolls by Gershwin of three of his songs.

VG cover, VG+ disc; $10.00
Item # 1025

George Gershwin [piano rolls], Gershwin...From Tin Pan Alley to Broadway (2-LP set, Mark56 680, 1974 U.S.; stereo). Piano rolls by Gershwin from late teens and early 1920s of his own material and other popular hits of the day.

VG cover, NM discs; $15.00
Item # 1026

Various Artists, Songs Of George & Ira Gershwin, 1920s, Volume One (Mark 56 799, 1978 U.S.; mono). Period Edison recordings, mostly by bands, of Gershwin songs, including some rarely heard: Oh Lady Be Good, ’S Wonderful, Clap Yo Hands, Do It Again, Swanee, Do Do Do, Nashville Nightingale, The Life Of A Rose, He Loves Me & She Loves Me, Argentina..

VG+ cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 1027

Various Artists, Songs Of George & Ira Gershwin, 1920s, Volume Two (Mark 56 800, 1978 U.S.; mono). Period Edison recordings, mostly by bands, of Gershwin songs: Fascinating Rhythm, Liza, Do What You Do, Somebody Loves Me, The Man I Love, Say So, Tell Me More, Rhapsody In Blue, Song Of The Flame.

VG+ cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 1028

[film soundtrack] incl. Gene Kelly, Georges Guetary, An American In Paris (Metro M-552, 1966 Canadian reissue of 1951 release; mono).

VG cover, VG+ disc; delete hole through cover& disc; $3.00
Item # 1029 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

[original London cast] incl. Fred & Adele Astaire, and George Gershwin, piano, Lady Be Good (Monmouth-Evergreen MES 7036, early 1970s U.S.; simul. stereo). Collection of 1926 recordings of numbers from the first London run of the show.

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 1030 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

[original London cast] incl. Fred & Adele Astaire, and George Gershwin, piano, Funny Face (Monmouth-Evergreen MES 7037, early 1970s U.S.; simul. stereo). Collection of 1928 recordings of numbers from the first London run of the show.

VG cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 1031 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

William Bolcom, piano, Piano Music By George Gershwin (Nonesuch H-71284, 1973 U.S.; stereo). Bolcom plays the arrangements Gershwin wrote for his Song Book, Three Preludes, and Gershwin rarities Rialto Ripples, Impromptu in Two Keys, Three-Quarter Blues, Merry Andrew, Piano Playin’ Jazzbo Brown (from Porgy And Bess), and Promenade (from the film Shall We Dance).

VG+ cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 1033

Joan Morris, mezzo-soprano; William Bolcom, piano, Songs By Ira & George Gershwin (Nonesuch H-71358, 1978 U.S.; stereo). Husband-and-wife team Morris and Bolcom in a selection of Gershwin classics.

VG cover, VG disc; $5.00
Item # 1034

Monte Carlo Opera Orchestra, conducted by Edo de Waart; Werner Haas, piano, Concerto in F / Rhapsody In Blue / I Got Rhythm Variations (Philips 6500 118, 1974? Dutch; stereo). “Werner Haas is a volatile and sympathetic soloist, and his rhythmic verve is refreshing” (Penguin Guide 1990).

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $10.00
Item # 1035

Orchestre Nationale de l’Opéra de Monte-Carlo, conducted by Edo de Waart & Eliahu Inbal; Werner Haas, piano; Sarah Vaughan with Hal Mooney & His Orch., Gershwin Classics
(3-LP set, Philips 6747 062, 1974? Dutch; stereo; includes booklet). Beautiful best-of-Gershwin set with all his major orchestral works plus 6 songs by Sarah Vaughan.

VG box, VG+ discs; $25.00
Item # 1036

The Canadian Brass, Strike Up The Band: The Canadian Brass Plays George Gershwin (RCA Red Seal Digital 6490-1-RC, 1987 U.S.; stereo). Canada’s premier brass band plays various songs, plus the three Preludes for Piano and a suite from Porgy And Bess.

VG cover, VG+ disc; notch in right edge of cover; $5.00
Item # 1037 [also listed under Canadian Artists]

[studiotrack] RCA Victor Orchestra & The Robert Shaw Chorale; conducted by Robert Shaw; Robert Merrill, baritone; Risë Stevens, mezzo-soprano, Selections From Porgy And Bess (7" 45 rpm extended play, RCA Victor Red Seal ERA 34, early 1950s Canadian).

G+ sleeve, VG disc; tear in back cover; $2.00
Item # 1038 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

First Piano Quartet, First Piano Quartet Plays Gershwin (10" LP, RCA Victor Red Seal LM-125, early 1950s U.S.; mono).

G cover, G+ disc; cover split along top & bottom; $3.00
Item # 1039

[studiocast] incl. Risë Stevens, Robert Merrill, conducted by Robert Russell Bennett, Porgy And Bess [highlights] (RCA Victor Red Seal LM-1124, 1959 U.S. reissue of 1951 release; mono).

G cover, VG disc; top right corner of cover bent, splits in top and bottom edge of cover; includes RCA inner sleeve with color photos of albums; $3.00
Item # 1040 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

[studiocast] Leontyne Price, William Warfield; orchestra conducted by Skitch Henderson, Great Scenes From Porgy And Bess (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC-2679, 1963 Canadian gatefold cover; stereo).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 1041 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

Boston Pops, conducted by Arthur Fiedler, An American In Paris / [Darius Milhaud]
A Frenchman In New York (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC-2702, 1964 Canadian; stereo).
The Milhaud piece was commissioned by RCA Victor in connection with the 1964 New York World’s Fair.

G+ cover, VG disc; $5.00
Item # 1042

Boston Pops Orchestra, conducted by Arthur Fiedler; Peter Nero, piano, Nero Goes “Pops”: An All Gershwin Program (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC-2821, 1965 Canadian; stereo). Nero plays Rhapsody In Blue, and various Gershwin songs.

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 1043

The Gregg Smith Singers, Blue Monday: A Chamber Opera; also contains Two Madrigals, Two Art Songs, and a choral scene from Let ’Em Eat Cake (Turnabout TV-S 34638, 1976 U.S.; stereo).

VG+ cover, NM disc; $10.00
Item # 1044

[studiocast] Diahann Carroll & The André Previn Trio, Porgy And Bess (United Artists UAL 4021, 1959 Canadian; mono).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $20.00
Item # 5761 [also listed under Female Vocals; Shows, etc.]

George Feyer, piano, George Feyer Plays The Essential George Gershwin (2-LP set, Vanguard VSD 61/62, 1974 Canadian; stereo). “Feyer is unsurpassed in this repertory, playing all these tunes with a rhythmic lift and naturally lilting inflextion....The rhythmic backing is first class....An ideal disc to titillate the ear and senses on a late summer evening” (Penguin Guide 1994).

VG+ cover, VG+ discs; $10.00
Item # 1045

John W. Bubbles, with orchestra & chorus arranged & conducted by Jimmie Haskell, Bubbles (John W., That Is...) (Vee-Jay VJLP 1109, 1964? Canadian; mono). Half of the famous vaudeville team of Buck and Bubbles, he played Sportin’ Life in the original production of Porgy And Bess. Here he sings standards, including several Gershwin songs.

VG cover, VG disc; $5.00
Item # 1046

Various Artists, The Great British Dance Bands Play George Gershwin (2-LP set; World Records SHB 45, 1977? British; mono). Vintage recordings from 1920–28 by The Savoy Quartet, Jack Hylton, Percival Mackey, The Piccadilly Players, and other well-known British bands of the 1920s.

VG+ cover, VG+ discs; $15.00
Item # 1047

Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra & Chorus; Earl Wild, piano, Rhapsody In Blue (2-7" 45 rpm boxed set, Coral 9-8053, early 1950s Canadian; mono).

G+ box, VG+ discs; $5.00
Item # 1048

RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Bernstein, An American In Paris (5-7" 45 rpm set, RCA Victor Red Seal WDM 1237, early 1950s U.S. red vinyl; mono).

G sleeve, VG+ discs; $5.00
Item # 1049

Les Brown & His Band of Renown, Nutcracket Suite / An American In Paris (7" 45 rpm extended play, Coral EC-81001, 1953 Canadian).

VG picture cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 5109 [also listed under Jazz & Big Band]

 

78 rpm Albums & Singles
(music by George Gershwin unless otherwise noted)

 

Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Ormandy; Oscar Levant, piano, Rhapsody In Blue (2-12" 78 rpm album, Columbia Masterworks J88, 1945 Canadian).

VG album, VG discs; stickers on labels; $15.00
Item # 1051

Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York, conducted by André Kostelanetz; Oscar Levant, piano, Piano Concerto in F (4-12" 78 rpm album, Columbia Masterworks M-512, 1942? U.S.).

VG album, VG+ discs; $20.00
Item # 1053

Claude Thornhill & His Orch., Claude Thornhill Plays George Gershwin For Dancing
(4-10" 78 rpm album, RCA Victor P-269, 1950 Canadian).

VG+ album, VG+ discs; $5.00
Item # 1301

Larry Adler, harmonica, with Carroll Gibbons & The Savoy Hotel Orpheans, Rhapsody In Blue [parts 1 & 2] (Columbia C6101, 1941 Canadian [from album, Columbia A-3]).

VG+, writing on label; $3.00
Item # 1056

Frankie Carle, piano, Damsel In Distress [highlights] / [Rodgers-Hart] I’d Rather Be Right [highlights] (12" single, Decca 15037, 1937 U.S.).

VG; $3.00
Item # 1062

Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra; Helen O’Connell, vocal, Embraceable You / [Camarata] Fingerbustin’ (Decca 3928, 1941 Canadian).

VG; $2.00
Item # 1060

Al Goodman & His Orchestra; Vladimir Sokoloff, piano, Rhapsody In Blue [abridged]
(12" single, RCA Victor 46-0004, late 1940s Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 1073

Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra; Eugenie Baird, vocal, [Van Heusen-Burke] Suddenly It’s Spring / [Kern-Ira Gershwin] Sure Thing (Decca 10169, 1944 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 1061

Jane Green, My One And Only / [Ruby-Cowan-Stept] Mine — All Mine (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21145, 1927 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 1076

The Happy Six, South Sea Isles / Columbia Dance Orchestra, [Violinsky-Schuster] Sweet Lady (Columbia A3467, 1921 U.S.).

G; $2.00
Item # 1055

 

The Hilltoppers, featuring Jimmy Sacca, Love Walked In / [Vaughn] To Be Alone (Quality 1157, 1953 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 9250

 

Lena Horne & The Phil Moore Four, [Moore-Lance] I Want A Little Doggie / How Long Has This Been Going On? (His Master’s Voice-Victor 45-001, 1945 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 2977 [also listed under Female Pop Vocals]

Anne Jamieson, soprano; with Victor Young & His Orchestra, Summertime / Looking For A Boy ( Decca 2876, 1939 Canadian [from album, Decca 96]). Jamieson’s Looking For A Boy is particularly good.

VG; writing on label: $3.00
Item # 1059

André Kostelanetz & His Orchestra, Highlights from Porgy And Bess (12" single, Columbia C-12013, 1941? Canadian).

VG: $ 3.00
Item # 1057

Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Rhapsody In Blue / [Dubin-Coolidge-Grosz] Along The Santa Fe Trail (RCA Victor 20-1529, late 1940s Canadian reissue). An abbreviated swing version of the Rhapsody.

G; $1.00
Item # 1071

New Mayfair Orchestra, Funny Face [selection] / [Waller-Tunbridge] Virginia [selection] (12" single, His Master’s Voice C-1588, 1928 British).

VG; $5.00
Item # 1065

The Revelers, Gems from “Oh, Kay!” / Victor Light Opera Company, [Dowling-Hanley] Gems from “Honeymoon Lane” (12" single, His Master’s Voice-Victor 35811, 1927 Canadian). B-side is highlights from a 1926 Broadway show.

VG+; $5.00
Item # 1068

 

Paul Robeson, Lullaby [Summertime] / It Takes A Long Pull To Get There (His Master’s Voice-Victor 26359, 1939 Canadian).

VG; $5.00
Item # 6382 [also listed under Personalities]

 

Paul Robeson; Columbia Concert Orch. cond. by Emmanuel Balaban, Ol’ Man River / It Ain’t Necessarily So (Columbia Masterworks C10171 [from album D208], 1948 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 6385 [also listed under Personalities]

 

Artie Shaw & His Orch., The Man I Love / Vilia (Bluebird B-10128, 1939 Canadian dark blue & gold label).

VG; $5.00
Item # 5721 [Also listed under Artie Shaw]

 

Artie Shaw & His Orch., Oh, Lady Be Good / I Surrender, Dear (Bluebird B-10430, 1939 Canadian cream & light blue label).

G+; $3.00
Item # 5727 [Also listed under Artie Shaw]

Ethel Smith, with orchestra conducted by Victor Young, Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away / I Got Rhythm (Decca 23426, 1945 Canadian).

VG; sticker on both labels; $2.00
Item # 1063

The Virginians, directed by Ross Gorman, Bringin’ Home The Bacon / Shine (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19334, 1924 Canadian). Gorman was the clarinetist in the first performance of Rhapsody In Blue; this recording is from the same year.

VG: $3.00
Item # 1067

Chick Webb & His Orchestra, Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away) / Chick Webb & His Orchestra; Ella Fitzgerald & chorus, vocals, [Feldman-Fitzgerald] A-Tisket A-Tasket
(Decca 1840, 1938 Canadian).

VG; $5.00
Item # 1058

Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra, Do It Again! / International Novelty Orchestra,  
[Clarke-Kendal] Swanee River Moon (Victor 18882, 1922 U.S.).

G; $1.00
Item # 1075

Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra, I’ll Build A Stairway To Paradise / [Cohan] You Remind Me Of My Mother (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18949, 1922 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 1066

 

Paul Whiteman & His Orch., I Love You / Charles Dornberger & His Orch., The Life Of A Rose (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19151, 1923 Canadian). B-side is a Gershwin composition.

VG; $5.00
Item # 5066 [also listed under Vintage — 1923, Dornberger; Paul Whiteman]

Paul Whiteman & His Concert Orchestra; George Gershwin, piano, Rhapsody In Blue
(12" His Master’s Voice-Victor 35822, 1927 Canadian [label has VE Orthophonic notice]). Features most of original 1924 line-up, except perhaps Whiteman himself, who is said to have walked out over artistic disagreements with Gershwin the day of the recording.

VG; $30.00
Item # 2339

Paul Whiteman & His Concert Orchestra; George Gershwin, piano, Rhapsody In Blue
(12" single, His Master’s Voice-Victor 35822, 1930s Canadian reissue of 1927 release [label does not have VE Orthophonic notice]).

VG; $8.00
Item # 7587

Paul Whiteman & His Concert Orchestra; Roy Bargy, piano, Rhapsody In Blue
(12" single, Decca Personality 29051, 1939 U.S.).

VG; $5.00
Item # 1064

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