King/Federal/DeLuxe Discography, Part 1:
Pre-1956 LPs

by David Edwards, Mike Callahan and Patrice Eyries
Last update: August 25, 2012







The 10-inch Lp series was not the first series of albums released by King. Previously, a series of 78-rpm multi-disc albums had been issued at least to No. 7, but we do not have much information on these.

The King 10-inch Lp series began with number 1. The price of the album was included in the record catalog number as a catalog prefix (i.e., King 295-1). The first album was priced at $2.95, but from there, a wide variety of prices ensued: $2.19, $2.65, $1.99, $1.59, and $1.79. Near the end of the series, most of the albums were $2.95.

King began being included in the Schwann Long Playing Record Catalog in the March, 1953, issue. In that issue, over a dozen albums were offered, both before the 21-63 gap and also after the gap. We have dated these records as "2/53," the month before the nominal issue date. All of these were listed as being new that month. It is possible the actual release date was earlier, if King just got around to submitting their catalog to Schwann. For those albums dated as "1953," all are listed in the January, 1954, Schwann Long Playing Record Catalog and none are listed as new, so they would have been first listed some time between May, 1953, and December, 1953 (there were no new King listings in April, 1953). New 10-inch King releases were not added to the Schwann catalog after 1953.

The King discography appearing on the backs of the early 10 inch albums does not list releases between 21 and 63, nor does Michael Ruppli in his King Discography, which is based on files from King Records.

It now appears that at least some of those numbers were used for King issues, although apparently they were not manufactured by King Records. The 10-inch album issues between #21 and at least #63 appear to be the result of an agreement between Syd Nathan and Eli Oberstein of the Record Corporation of America in the 1951-1953 period. Syd Nathan evidently wanted to expand his musical genres from jazz, country and R&B into pop and classical, and the agreement with smooth-talking wheeler-dealer Oberstein seemed like a quick and easy way to do that. This agreement allowed King to release Varsity label records with King covers and labels. According to the Blue Pages web site by David Diehl, King 105-21 was the same as Varsity 6901 up to possibly King 105-73 which was Varsity 6953.

Nathan agreed to reserve his catalog numbers 21-63 for these Oberstein-manufactured clones of Varsity albums. Somehow the agreement wasn't perfectly clear, as Oberstein kept issuing King-jacketed versions of his Varsity records past the agreed-upon 105-63, going to about 105-73 and causing a numerical overlap between the Oberstein-manufactured 105-64 to 105-73 and King-manufactured 295-64 to 295-73. The latter were releases using King masters, not material from the Record Corporation of America.

King/Varsity back cover Whether King versions of all the Varsity albums between 6901 and 6953 were actually released is not known. What is not in doubt is that many of the numbers were issued with King covers. King K105-35 by the Harmonaires shows up occasionally at auction for high prices and several others are known to exist (see cover and label scans below).

The King records produced by Varsity had a list price of $1.05. While the records in this series were not recorded or manufactured by King, they were sold through King Distributors. The front cover carried the King logo printed on it instead of Varsity, and the back cover had a listing of the available albums between King K 105-21 and King K 105-63. (When Oberstein ran out of King-labeled records, he was known to sometimes substitute Varsity-labeled albums, so not all of the King covers have King labels inside.). The Varsity Christmas records and children's records are not known to have been released on King, and they were not included on the King discography printed on the back of the King/Varsity albums (shown at right). This includes numbers 25, 30, 32, 47, 50 and 51.

The Record Corporation of America also supplied a King classical 200 series in the 1951 to 1953 period. List price of these records was $2.69. This King series was made up of Record Corporation of America releases of their Allegro Royale 1200 series with King covers and probably King labels. Numbers are derived from the last three digits of Allegro Royale LP's, for example King 295-201 was Allegro Royale 1201. Most of the artist's credited on Oberstein's albums are pseudonyms for the real performers. Much of the material was from sources in Germany after World War II, with a good portion of it derived from transcriptions of live German radio broadcasts, taken from the recorded masters stored in the radio station archives. Oberstein was sued in the early 1950s by soloists whose voices could be recognized, and lost the case, but claimed he was duped by the people selling the recordings to him.

Lawsuits aside, Eli Oberstein had a reputation as one of the most unscrupulous record producers ever and most of his operations skirted the law, but stayed just inside the line. This included recording in Mexico during the artists' strike in World War II, and naming his company Record Corporation of America (RCA), hopefully to be confused with the "real" RCA, the Radio Corporation of America. About the only good thing you can say about the Oberstein records is that they did preserve some recordings that were lost in the chaotic aftermath of World War II. The problem for researchers is to figure out the names of the actual performers on the recordings. Some researchers have spent much time comparing the Allegro/Royale/Varsity/Ultraphonic recordings with others to obtain correct artist information.


The King 10 inch album label (far left) was dark red with silver printing, with "KING" in silver in a straight line at the top of the label. At the bottom of the label is "LONG PLAYING" between the LONG and PLAYING is 33 1/3 with a crown above it. The Varsity-manufactured King albums (near left) had a label similar to the regular King label, but more of a maroon color than red. The label also had some added verbiage near the top of the ring concerning patents, "Made in U.S.A.," and "Unbreakable in normal use."
The Federal 10 inch album label (far left) had a similar design to the King label, with "Federal" in script replacing "KING" at the top. The Federal label was green with silver print, and did not have the crown over 33 1/3. The DeLuxe 10 inch album label (near left) was green like the Federal label, with "DeLuxe" replacing "Federal" at the top.
For the 12-inch King Classical series, both maroon (far left) and red (near left) labels have been found.



We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with King Records, which is currently owned by Gusto. Should you want to contact Gusto, or should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography (which are all out of print), we suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and Follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 1998, 1999, 2012 by Mike Callahan.




KING/FEDERAL/DeLUXE ALBUM DISCOGRAPHY, Part 1

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Number - Title - Artist - [Release Date] Contents


PART A. KING RELEASES FROM FROM KING MASTERS:


King/DeLuxe/Federal 295-1 Series:

295-1 - Concert of Cool Jazz - Cecil Young Quartet [3/52] Race Horse/Stompin' At The Savoy/The Campbells Are Coming/Formula X-9//Rushin' On Home/Deep Purple/Cecil's House Party Blues/Tribute To Al Benson

219-2 - A Twin Piano Concert - Bill Jordan & David Elliott [1953] Reissue of a 3-disc 78- rpm album (King K-7). Concerto In B Flat Minor/Ritual Fire Dance/Turkish March/Concerto In A Minor/Scheherazade Suite/Warsaw Concerto

265-3 - George Wright Plays His Favorite Organ Solos - George Wright [2/53] Stardust/Smoke Gets In Your Eyes/Night And Day/Always/Begin The Beguine/Body And Soul

199-4 - Rhumba at the Waldorf - Emil Coleman and His Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra [1953] Reissue of a 3-disc 78-rpm album (DeLuxe 17) issued in 1946. The Peanut Vendor/The Lady In Red/Carioca/Mama Inez/Green Eyes/Orchids In The Moonlight

159-5 - The Noblemen Present a Collection of Original Compositions from Which Modern Hit Tunes Have Been Adapted - Noblemen [2/53] Danube Waves/Unfinished Symphony/Poeme/Over The Waves/Barcarolle (From Tales Of Hoffman)/La Cinquantaine

DeLuxe 265-6 - Rhumba Party - Ruth Wallis [1953] Issued with a Deluxe label, may have been reissued with a King label. Down In The Indies/Pull Down The Shade Marie/Senorita What's Her Name/It's a Scream How Levine Does The Rhumba/The Fishing Song/Jose Is Living The Life of Reilly

179-7 - Typical Latin American Melodies - Los Andrinis [2/53] Tico Tico No Fuba/Tango Verde/Andalucia/Sol Y Sombra/Granada/18 De Septiembre/Alma Llanera/Recuerdos

199-8 - Tangos and Rhumbas - Emil Coleman and His Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra [1953] La Cumparsita/Jalousie/El Choclo/La Cucuracha/Maria Elena/Help Me

DeLuxe 265-9 - House Party - Ruth Wallis [1953] Issued with a Deluxe label, may have been reissued with a King label. Johnny Had A Yo-Yo/Too Many Men In My Life/Your Daddy Was A Soldier/The Dinghy Song/An Oil Man From Texas/Tonight You Sleep In The Bathtub

199-10 - Borrah Minevitch and His Harmonica Rascals - Borrah Minevitch And His Harmonica Rascals [1953] September Song/In A Little Spanish Town/Lullaby/Prelude In C Sharp Minor/What Is This Thing Called Love/I'll See You In My Dreams

159-11 - The Noblemen Present a Collection of Original Compositions from Which Modern Hit Tunes Have Been Adapted - Noblemen [2/53] Adios Muchachas/My Heart As Thy Sweet Voice/Theme From "Romeo and Juliet"/O Sole Mio/Andantino/Tango In D

DeLuxe 265-12 - The Great Mr. B - Billy Eckstine and His All-Star Band [1953] Issued with a Deluxe label, may have been reissued with a King label. Blowing The Blues Away/If That's The Way You Feel/I Want To Talk About You//I Got A Date With Rhythm/Good Jelly Blues/Opus X

219-13 - Square Dances (Without Calls) - Fiddlin' Red Herron [1953] Listen To The Mocking Bird/Goodnight Waltz/Sally Goodin/Devil's Dream/Billy In The Lowland/Over The Waves/Soldier's Joy/Cripple Creek

DeLuxe 199-14 - The Inimitable Betty Reilly - Betty Reilly [1953] Issued with a Deluxe label, may have been reissued with a King label. Ich Vill A Chusin/De Greene Kousenee/Ich Vill Zich Sphielen//Estoy Acabando/Tierra Va Tembia/Sebastian

265-15 - The Yiddish Comedienne - Jennie Goldstein with Hymie Jacobson's Orchestra [1953] The Baby Sitter/Here Is The Bride (Where is the Groom)/Ich Hob Zich Gelozt/Gin/Platinum Fox/Three Hotel Keepers

179-16 - Songs and Dances of Latin America - Alfredo Antonini and the Viva American Orchestra [2/53] Adios Mariquita/Linda/Noche De Rondo/Contigo/Todo Azul/Temor/Para Que Sufras/Mi Nueva Amor/Tres Palabras

265-17 - Piano Stylist - Errol Garner [2/53] Garner in Hollywood/Lotus Blues/This Is My Beloved/Until The Real Thing Comes Along/Six P.M./New York Concerto

265-18 - Tantz: A Collection of Gay Jewish Dance Music - Hymie Jacobson and his Orchestra [1953] Russian Sher/Doina And Skotchna/Voloch And Frailachs/Yiddish Bulgar/Mazinke, Schweger, Potch/Palestinian Harras

265-19 - George Wright at the Mighty New York Paramount Theater Organ - George Wright [2/53] Blue Moon/Espan Cani/Birth Of The Blues/Brazil/Falling In Love With Love/Honky Tonk Train Blues

179-20 - Velts Accordion Orchestra - Velts Accordion Orchestra [2/53] Canto Moruno/A Memory/Carnival Of Venice/Largo/Pop Corn Polka/The Farmer In The Dell/Pop Goes The Weasel/La Zandunga/Braum's Souvenirs

Record numbers between 21 and 63 were produced by the Record Corporation of America (see K- 105 series below). King-manufactured series jumps to 295-64.

295-64 - Earl Bostic and His Alto Sax, Volume 1 - Earl Bostic [2/53] Also released on dark red vinyl. Flamingo/Wrap It Up/I Can't Give You Anything But Love//Always/Merry Widow/Filibuster

295-65 - Earl Bostic and His Alto Sax, Volume 2 - Earl Bostic [2/53] Also issued with a small photo of Bostic in the upper right corner (see LPs 66 and 72). Sleep/Earl Blows A Fuse/No Name Blues/Serenade/The Moon Is Low/Don't Do It

295-66 - Earl Bostic and His Alto Sax, Volume 3 - Earl Bostic [2/53] Lover Come Back To Me/Choppin' It Down/Earl's Imagination/Seven Steps/I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You/Swing Low Sweet Boogie

179-67 - A Musical Cocktail, Ingredients: French Songs - Martin Roman [2/53] Frere Jacques/Sur Le Pont d'Avignon/Aupres De Ma Blonde/Sur Les Troits De Paris/Sous Les Ponts Du Paris/Java/others

179-68 - A Musical Cocktail, Ingredients: Favorites From Vienna - Martin Roman [2/53] Midnight Bells/The Old Refrain/Servus Du/Liesbesfreud/Don't Ask Me Why/Our Finest Hour/The Old Song/Dear Friend

179-69 - A Musical Cocktail, Ingredients: Light Classics - Martin Roman [2/53] Tonight We Love/Sabre Dance/Humoresque/Blue Danube/Merry Widow Medley

179-70 - A Musical Cocktail, Ingredients: Hit Songs Imported from the Old Country - Martin Roman [2/53] When Day Is Done/I Kiss Your Hand, Madame/Just A Gigolo/Falling In Love Again/Take Me In Your Arms/Love Me Tonight/Yours Is My Heart Alone/Frasquita/Good Night Sweetheart/Jalousie/Adios Muchachos/Symphony/Comme Ci, Comme Ca/Autumn Leaves/Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers/Glow Worm

179-71 - A Musical Cocktail, Ingredients: Romance and Rhythm - Martin Roman And His Trio [2/53] Tea For Two/Honeysuckle Rose/Skaters Waltz/Bumble Boogie/Martin's Idea On The Scale/How Many Stars/Romanian Phantasy/My Prayer

295-72 - Earl Bostic and His Alto Sax, Volume 4 - Earl Bostic [1953] Moonglow/Velvet Sunset/For You/Ain't Misbehavin'/You Go To My Head/Smoke Gets In Your Eyes/The Hour Of Parting/Linger Awhile

295-73 - Christmas Carols - King Karoleers [1953] Silent Night/Hark The Herald Angels Sing/O Little Town of Bethlehem/Noel/It Came Upon The Midnight Clear/Adeste Fidelis/Away In A Manger/Rejoice/God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen/Joy To The World/Good King Wenceslas

295-74 - Off and On - Tiny Bradshaw [1954] Off And On/Free For All/South Of The Orient/Later//Soft/Well Oh Well/Heavy Juice/The Train Kept A-Rollin'

265-75 - Wings over Jordan Choir - Wings Over Jordan Choir [1954] Trying To Get Ready/I've Been 'Buked/I'm Going To Sit At The Welcome Table/Amen/Over My Head/I Cried And I Cried/When I've Done The Best I Can/He's All And All To Me

295-76 - Earl Bostic and His Alto Sax, Volume 1 - Earl Bostic [1954] Flamingo/Cherokee/Melancholy Serenade/I Can't Give You Anything But Love//Wrap It Up/What! No Pearls/Filibuster/No Name Blues

295-77 - Earl Bostic and His Alto Sax, Volume 2 - Earl Bostic [1954] Sleep/Serenade/Off Shore/Sheik of Araby/Seven Steps/Merry Widow/Swing Low Sweet Boogie/My Heart As Thy Sweet Voice

295-78 - Earl Bostic and His Alto Sax, Volume 3 - Earl Bostic [1954] The Very Thought Of You/Memories/The Moon Is Low/Gettin' Sentimental Over You/Steamwhistle Jump/Earl's Imagination/O Sole Mio/Poeme

295-79 - Earl Bostic and His Alto Sax, Volume 4 - Earl Bostic [1954] Always/Lover Come Back To Me/Smoke Rings/Deep Purple/Don't You Do It/Choppin' It Down/Earl Blows A Fuse/Danube Waves

295-80 - Slim Gaillard - Slim Gaillard [1954] Vout Orenee/Slim's Boogie/Harlem Hunch/Travelin' Blues//Voot Boogie/Sighing Boogie/Sightseeing Boogie/Central Avenue Boogie

295-81 - Russell Jacquet and His All Stars - Russell Jacquet [1954] King's Spinner/Bongo Blues/Eight Ball/Tropical Fever/Blues In "F"/Cross Bones/Jockey Joe/Wigglin' Wah Wiggins

295-82 - Bill Doggett His Organ and Combo, Volume 1 - Bill Doggett [1954] Sweet Lorraine/Moondust/Real Gone Mambo/King Bee//And The Angels Sing/It's A Dream/Early Bird/Easy

295-83 - Bill Doggett His Organ and Combo, Volume 2 - Bill Doggett [1954] Honey/Eventide/Percy Speaks/Tailor Made//Ready Mix/There's No You/High Heels/The Song Is Ended

DeLuxe 295-84 - Benny Carter - Benny Carter [1954] Issued with a Deluxe label, may have been reissued with a King label. Twelve O'clock Jump/Diga Diga Doo/Looking For A Boy/Who's Sorry Now//Re-Bop Boogie/Rose Room/Your Conscience Tells You So/Mexican Hat Dance

295-85 - Mary Lou Williams - Mary Lou Williams [1954] Tisherame/Knowledge/Oo-Bla-Dee/Shorty Boo//Willow Weep For Me/Moonglow/Bye Bye Blues/I'm In The Mood For Love

295-86 - Polka Party - Various Artists [1954] Red Rose Polka/Vitamin Polka/Clarinet Polka/Red Wing Polka/Marriage Polka/Shotgun Polka/Bumble Bee Polka/Dewdrop Polka

295-87 - Polka Party, Volume 2 - Various Artists [1954] Girl Friend Polka/Sunshine Polka/Laughing Eyes Polka/Moonshine Polka/Atomic Polka/DeLuxe Polka/Domiino Polka/Home Town Polka

295-88 - Todd Rhodes Plays Hit Tunes - Todd Rhodes [1954] Blues For The Red Boy/Pot Likker/Teardrops/Beet Patch//Bell Boy Boogie/Rocket 69/Feathers/Thunderbolt Boogie

295-89 - Christmas Songs - Bill Doggett [1954] Many people credit this album as being the first R&B Christmas album. The Christmas Song/Jingle Bells/White Christmas//Silent Night/Winter Wonderland/I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus

Federal 295-90 - The Midnighters Sing Their Hits - Midnighters [1954] Issued with a Federal label, may have been reissued with a King label. Work With Me Annie/Moonrise/Sexy Ways/Get It//Annie Had A Baby/She's The One/Annie's Aunt Fannie/Crazy Loving (Stay With Me)

295-91 - Gay '90s Review - Joe Howard [1955] I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now/Saturday Night/Goodbye My Lady Love/Honeymoon/Hello My Baby/What's The Use Of Dreaming/Let's Take A Ride On A Rocket/Silver In Your Hair

295-92 - George Wright at the Hammond Organ - George Wright [1955] Avalon/Don't Bring Me Posies/Jada/Red Hot Mama/Varsity Drag/Whistling Boogie/Charleston/Nagasaki

Federal 295-93 - Progressive Sounds - Gerald Wilson [1955] Issued with a Federal label, may have been reissued with a King label. Lotus Land, Parts 1 & 2/Algerian Fantasy, Parts 1 & 2///Romance/Black Rose/Mambo Mexicana, Parts 1 & 2

Federal 295-94 - Billy Ward and His Dominoes - Billy Ward & His Dominoes [1955] Issued with a Federal label, may have been reissued with a King label. Sixty Minute Man/Do Something For Me/Have Mercy Baby/Don't Leave Me This Way//The Bells/I'd Be Satisfied/.These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You/When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano

295-95 - Earl Bostic Plays the Old Standards, Volume 5 - Earl Bostic [1955] Blue Skies/Sweet Lorraine/These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You/Song Of The Islands/Liebstraum/Night And Day/Embraceable You/Time On My Hands

Federal 295-96 - Big Jay McNeely - Big Jay McNeely [1955] Issued with a Federal label, may have been reissued with a King label. Big Jay Shuffle/3-D/Nervous Man Nervous/The Goof//Mule Milk/Hot Cinders/Ice Water/Whipped Cream

295-97 - Dances of Latin America - Various Artists [1955] La Vida En Rose/Begin the Beguine/Mambo En Espana/Goza Mi Mambo/Mondango/Mambo En Fa/Candelo/Asia Menor

295-98 - Tropicana - Mario Carta and Enrico Cabiati [1955] La Comparsa/Tico Tico/Besme Mucho/Oye Negor/Un Paquiro De Tu Amor/Playera/Arrimate Carinito/El Manisero (The Peanut Vendor)

295-99 - A Treasury of Catholic Hymns - Various Artists [1955]

295-100 - A Treasury of Protestant Hymns - Various Artists [1955]

DeLuxe 295-101 - Dixieland - Preacher Rollo [1955] Issued with a Deluxe label, may have been reissued with a King label. Indiana/JaDa/Carolina In the Mornin'/Sugar/If I Had You/Big Butter And Egg Man

295-102 - Sentimentally Yours - Bill Doggett [1955] Alone/Dream/Fools Rush In/Don't Blame Me/As Time Goes By/Dedicated to You/Sweet and Lovely/This Love Of Mine

295-103 - Earl Bostic and His Alto Sax, Volume 5 - Earl Bostic [1955]

295-104 - [Unissued]

295-105 - Jazz Interlude - Bill Jennings and Leo Parker [1955] Fine and Dandy/Stuffy/What'll I Do/There Will Never Be Another You//Just You Just Me/Solitude/Down To Earth/May I

295-106 - The Fabulous Guitar of Bill Jennings - Bill Jennings [1955] Soft Winds/Darn That Dream/Sophisticated Lady/They Can't Take That Away From Me//Big Boy/Danny Boy/633- Knock/What's New

295-119? - Earl Bostic and His Alto Sax, Volume 6 - Earl Bostic [1955?]



PART B. KING RELEASES FROM ELI OBERSTEIN'S MASTERS:



K-105 Series (Manufactured by Record Corporation of America).
Note: Although all the albums below are assumed to have been issued with King covers and King labels, the albums in the 105 series below noted with a hash sign (#) have been physically located and were definitely available on King labeled records. Release date was probably 1952 for the 105 series.



K 105-21 - Strauss Waltzes - Bob Stanley and His Orchestra [1952?] Emperor Waltz/Blue Danube/Thousand and One Nights/Tales From the Vienna Woods/Voices of Spring/Southern Roses/You and You/Wine, Women and Song (Same as Varsity 6901)

# K 105-22 - Gypsy Melodies - Noy Gorodinsky [1952?] Two Guitars/Shining Moon Medley/A Gypsy's Dream/Gypsy Love/Dark Eyes/I Stroll Down Acatia Lane/The Only Girl/Waiting for You (Same as Varsity 6902)

K 105-23 - Native Hawaii Songs and Hulas - Lani McIntire and His Aloha Islanders [1952?] You Are Like a Beautiful Flower/Maori Brown Eyes/Paradise Isle/Moonlight in Hawaii/Beautiful Kahana/Mai Poina Oe Ia'u (Forget-Me-Not)/Dreams of Old Hawaii/Hawaiian Sunset (Same as Varsity 6903)

K 105-24 - Viennese Waltzes - Bob Stanley and His Orchestra [1952?] Merry Widow Waltz/Moonlight Madonna/Vienna Beauties/Estudiantina/Two Hearts in Three Quarter Time/Gold and Silver/Count of Luxembourg/Sari (Same as Varsity 6904)

K 105-25 - [not issued]

# K 105-26 - Let's Dance-The Polka - Hall Orchestra and Mroczek Orchestra [1952?] Military Polka/The Party Polka (Ev'rybody Laugh)/Moonlight Polka/Carousel Polka//Laughing Polka/Bell Polka/Polka Time/Jolly Peter Polka [Copies known with King cover but Varsity 6906 record and Varsity discography list on reverse] (Same as Varsity 6906)

# K 105-27 - Popular Range Songs - Red River Dave [1952?] Red River Valley/Home on the Range/Wagon Trail/Empty Saddles/Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle/Ole Faithful/The Last Round Up/Mexicali Rose - Roy Smeck (Same as Varsity 6907)

K 105-28 - Square Dances - Ed Durlacher Calling [1952?] Virginia Reel (Contra Dance) Nelly Bly (Square Dance)/Sonita Hill (Progressive Circle)/Uptown Downtown (Square Dance)/Red River Valley (Square Dance)/Loobie Lou(Circle Dance)/Back to Back (Square Dance)/You Did It So Well So Do It Again (Square Dance) (Same as Varsity 6908)

# K 105-29 - Candlelight Music - Kel Murray and His Orchestra [1952?] Souvenir/None But the Lonely Heart/Minuet in G Major/Serenade (Rimpianto)/To a Wild Rose/Andante Cantabile/Traumerei (Reverie)/Intermezzo from "Cavalleria Rusticana" (Same as Varsity 6909)

K 105-30 - [not issued]

# K 105-31 - Let's All Sing - Ben Yost Singers [1952?] For It's Always Fair Weather/Hot Time in the Old Town/Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here/For He's a Jolly Good Fellow/How Dry I Am/We're Here Because We're Here/Auld Lang Syne/In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree/Ida/Shine On Harvest Moon/Annie Rooney/Frivolous Sal/I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now/In the Good Old Summertime/Take Me Out To the Ball Game/On a Sunday Afternoon/Sweet Adeline/School Days/East Side, West Side/The Bowery/Sweet Rosie O'Grady/Where Did You Get That Hat/And the Band Played On/Take Back Your Gold/She May Have Seen Better Days/After the Ball (Same as Varsity 6911)

K 105-32 - [not issued]

# K 105-33 - Gilbert and Sullivan Selections - Unknown Artist [1952?] Iolanthe (Sentry Song)/Iolanthe (Vocal Gems)/Yeoman of the Guard Parts. 1 and 2/Pinafore Parts. 1 and 2 (Same as Varsity 6913)

K 105-34 - Immortal Melodies of the Organ - Robert Stevens [1952?] Lohengrin Wedding March/Oh Promise Me/Because/Love's Old Sweet Song/Meditation from Thais/the Rosary/Ave Maria/Reverie (Same as Varsity 6914)

# K 105-35 - Spirituals - The Harmonaires [1952?] Deep River - Harmonaires/Didn't It Rain - Harmonaires/Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - Harmonaires/Live Humble - Harmonaires//Kentucky Babe - Harmonaires/Running Wild - Harmonaires/I'll Get Along Somehow - Harmonaires/Joshua Fit De Battle of Jerico - Thelma Carpenter and the Amory Brothers [copies known with King labels and King cover] (Same as Varsity 6915 and Royale LP-35)

K 105-36 - Stephen Foster Songs - Juanita Hall and Choir [1952?] My Old Kentucky Home/I Dream of Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair/Come Where Love Lies Dreaming//Beautiful Dreamer/Old Black Joe/De Camptown Races/Oh Susanna (Same as Varsity 6916)

K 105-37 - Ten Best Hymns - Terry Pillow Singers [1952?] Rock of Ages/Abide with Me/What a Friend/Nearer My God To Thee/Softly and Tenderly/Onward Christian Soldiers/How Beautiful Heaven Must Be/The Church in the Wildwood/In the Sweet By and By/Just a Closer Walk with Thee (Same as Varsity 6917)

# K 105-38 - Die Fledermaus (Strauss) Invitation To the Waltz (Von Weber) - The Radio Symphony Orchestra (Recorded in Europe) [1952?] (Same as Varsity 6918)

# K 105-39 - Emery Deutsch Violin - Emery Deutsch [1952?] Danube Waves/[Miska Borzo's] Csardas/Romany Romance/Violets/Submission/Once Upon a Time/Play Fiddle Play/When a Gypsy Makes His Violin Cry (Same as Varsity 6919)

# K 105-40 - World Favorites - H. Leopold Spitalny and His Orchestra [1952?] Pomp and Circumstance/Torna a Surriento/Norwegian Dance #2/Meadowlands/Hora Staccato/Para Mi/Frere Jacques/Alouette/Vienna My City of Dreams (Same as Varsity 6920)

K 105-41 - Tschaikowsky Favorites - Rome Symphony Orchestra [1952?] Andante Contabile/Barcarolle/Humoresque/Violin Concerto/Andantino/Fifth Symphony/Waltz of the Flowers (Same as Varsity 6921)

K 105-42 - Earl Wild at the Piano Plays Chopin - Earl Wild [1952?] Waltz in E Minor/Butterfly Etude Op, 25 No. 9/Black Key Etude Op. 19, No. 5/Revolutionary Etude in C Minor Op. 10 No. 12/Etude (Aeolian Harp)/Waltz in G Flat Major Op. 70, No. 1/Prelude in D Minor Op. 28, No. 24 (Same as Varsity 6922)

K 105-43 - Nutcracker Suite and Other Tschaikowsky Compositions - Hall Concert Orchestra [1952?] Nutcracker March/Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies/Dance Chinois the Trupak/Troika/Dance of the Merlitons/Waltz of the Flowers (Same as Varsity 6923)

K 105-44 - Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 and Other Greig Compositions - Hall Concert Orchestra [1952?] Morning/Anitra's Dance/Ase's Death Parts 1 and 2/Hall of the Mountain King/Solveig's Song/Notturno/Album Leaf (Same as Varsity 6924)

# K 105-45 - Tschaikowsky's Overture 1812 Tschaikowsky's Capriccio Italien Opus 45 - National Opera Orchestra [1952?] (Same as Varsity 6925)

K 105-46 - America Marches Forward - Sealandair Band [1952?] Star Spangled Banner/King Justice March/Maple Leaf Forever/O' Canada/Hearts of Oak/Auld Lang Syne/America/Jolly Coppersmith/Under the Double Eagle/March of the Bells/Doxology (Same as Varsity 69264)

K 105-47 - [not issued]

K 105-48 - Music For Meditation - Hall Concert Orchestra (Recorded in Europe) [1952?] Silver Threads Among the Gold/Drink To Me Only with Thine Eyes/Long, Long Ago/Largo (Handel)/I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen/Love's Old Sweet Song/Dreams (Wagner)/Home Sweet Home (Same as Varsity 6928)

K 105-49 - Symphony Hall - D'artega Orchestra [1952?] Tschaikowsky's Fifth Symphony/Tschaikowsky's Piano Concerto/Tschaikowsky's Violin Concerto/Night of Memories/DeFalla Fire Dance/My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice/Brown Danube/Beware My Heart (Same as Varsity 6929)

K 105-50 - [not issued]

K 105-51 - [not issued]

# K 105-52 - L'arlesienne Suite (Bizet) and Mignon Overture - National Opera Orchestra [1952?] (Same as Varsity 6932)

K 105-53 - Ein Klein Nachtmusik (Mozart) and Egmont Overture - Mozart Symphony Society Orchestra [1952?] (Same as Varsity 6933)

# K 105-54 - Tannhauser Overture and Preludes To Lohengrin - National Opera Orchestra [1952?] (Same as Varsity 6934)

K 105-55 - All Time Hits - Danny O'Neil, Bob Hannon, Kay Armen [1952?] And the Band Played On/Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet/Give My Regards To Broadway/Take Me Back To New York Town/My Gal Sal/When You Were Sweet Sixteen/Love's Old Sweet Song/Sweet Genevieve/I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen/Sweet Marie/Let Me Call You Sweetheart/Sidewalks of New York (Same as Varsity 6935)

K 105-56 - William Tell and Interludes Mozart Operas Overture-The Marriage Of Figaro - Various Artists [1952?] (Same as Varsity 6936)

K 105-57 - Grand Marches - National Opera Orchestra [1952?] Coronation March/Wedding March/Tannhauser Grand March/Fingal's Cave Overture/Ballet Music from "The Bartered Bride" (Same as Varsity 6937)

K 105-58 - Gay Music of the Danube - National Opera Orchestra [1952?] Artist's Life/Die Rosecavalier Waltzes Part 1 and 2/Gold and Silver Waltz/Selections from Johann Strauss Operettas, Part. 1 and 2 (Same as Varsity 6938)

# K 105-59 - Bible Stories - Lew Ayers [1952?] Noah Parts. 1 and 2/David and Goliath/Daniel/David and the King/Shadrach, Mesach and Abednego/Badinage (Same as Varsity 6939)

K 105-60 - Strauss Concert - Unknown Artist [1952?] Voices of Spring/Tales of the Vienna Woods/Wine, Women and Song/You and You (Same as Varsity 6940)

K 105-61 - World Famous Waltzes - Bob Stanley and His Orchestra [1952?] Skater's Waltz/Gypsy Love/Dolores/Waiting/Waltz of the Bells/Valse Bluette (Same as Varsity 6941)

K 105-62 - Twelve Famous Songs and Waltzes - Danny O'Neill, Demarco Sisters, Ben Yost [1952?] Peg o' My Heart/Sidewalks of New York/Sweet Rosie O'Grady/Where Did You Get That Hat/And the Band Played On/Take Back Your Gold/She May Have Seen Better Days/After the Ball (Same as Varsity 6942)

K 105-63 - Polynesian and Hawaiian Music - Bernie Kaai and His Hawaiians [1952?] Polynesian Rhythm/Hula Lullaby/Steel Guitar Boogie/Kalihi/My Papule Lio/Lei Aloha/Aloha and Good Night/Kuu Aine Aloha (Same as Varsity 6943)

K 105-64 - Piano Moods - Eric Silver at the Piano [1952?] Clair De Lune/Nocturne In E Flat/Waltz In D Flat/Piano Concerto (Same as Varsity 6944)

# K 105-65 - Light Concert Selections - Varsity Concert Group [1952?] Poeme/Barcarolle/Lullaby/Valse Bluette/Badinage/Reverie/Danube Waves/Emperor Waltz (Same as Varsity 6945)

K 105-66 - 46 Irish Ballads - Unknown Artist [1952?] I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen/Rose Of Tralee/Tim Toolan/Molly Malone//Sweet Marie/Sweet Genevieve/Kathlene Mavourneen/Macushla (Same as Varsity 6946)

# K 105-67 - Offenbach: Tales of Hoffman Overture; Mozart: Magic Flute Overture - National Opera Orchestra [1952?] (Same as Varsity 6947)

K 105-68 - Let's Dance the Polka - The Polka Kings [1952?] Clarinet Polka/Children's Polka/Ohio Polka/Hurrah Polka//Helena Polka/Chicago Polka/Buffalo Polka/Polka Polka (Same as Varsity 6948)

K 105-69 - Tschaikowsky: Piano Concerto In B Flat Minor (Abridged) & Beethoven: Egmont Overture - National Opera Orchestra [1952?] (Same as Varsity 6949)

# K 105-70 - Latin American Favorites - Barte [1952?] El Choclo/A Media Luz/La Cumparsita/Tango/Minute Samba/Rhumba In G/Rhumba Minor (Same as Varsity 6950)

K 105-71 - The Lord's Prayer and Other Sacred and Spiritual Songs - Danny O'Neil and Others [195?] The Lord's Prayer/In the Garden/The Perfect Prayer/The Rosary//An Evening Prayer/The Navy Hymn/Ave Maria/Meditation From Thais (Same as Varsity 6951)

# K 105-72 - A Viennese Symphony - National Opera Orchestra [1952?] Emperor Waltz/Blue Danube/Delirium Waltz/Enjoy Your Waltz (Same as Varsity 6952)



King 12 Inch Classical 200 series (Manufactured by Record Corporation of America):

200 Series 12-inch LP's:

Note: The label used for the 269-200 series was similar to the label used for the 10-inch Oberstein-manufactured King releases. It was the standard King label in maroon or red.


K 269-201 - Strauss Waltzes - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Leopold Ludwig [195?] On the Beautiful Blue Danube/Wine Women and Song/Enjoy Your Lives (Johann Strauss)/Music of the Spheres (Joseph Strauss)/Acceleration Waltz/Emperor Waltz (Johann Strauss) (Same as Allegro Royale 1201)

K 269-202 - Viennese Waltzes - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Franz Friedl [195?] Lagoon Waltz/Die Fledemaus Medley (Johann Strauss)/Village Swallows (F. Joseph Strauss)/Voices Of Spring/Embrace Each Other O You Millions/Tales Of Vienna Woods/Delirium Waltz (Johann Strauss) (Same as Allegro Royale 1202)

K 269-203 - Don Giovanni (Mozart)-Overture and Arias - Various Artists [195?] Vedrai Carino - Rita Streich, Soprano/La Ci Darem La Mano - Rita Streich, Soprano/Open Thy Window - Hans Wocke, Baritone/Il Mio Tesoro - Rudolph Schock, Tenor/Batti Batti O Bell Maestto - Rita Streich, Soprano with Berlin Opera Orchestra Conducted By Gerhardt Wiesenhutter/Magic Flute - Mozart-Overture and Arias Bei Mannern/Welche Liebe Fuhlen - Troute Schmidt, Soprano and Paul Schmidtman, Tenor/In Diesen Heil'gen Hallen - Gerhard Frei, Bass with Berlin Opera Orchestra Conducted By Gerhardt Wiesenhutter (Same as Allegro Royale 1203)

K269-204 - Carmen (Bizet): The Complete Arias - Guilio Tomei, Bass; Pina Malgharini, Soprano; Cloe Elmo, Mezzo-Soprano; and Gioncinto Prandelli, Tenor with Orchestra and Chorus of the La Scala Opera House Conducted By Angelo Questa [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1204)

K 269-205 - Don Pasquale (Donizetti): The Complete Arias - Angelico Tuccari, Soprano, Cesare Valletti, Tenor, Gino Conti, Bar., and Luciano Neroni, Bass with Orchestra and Chorus of the Rome Opera House Conducted By Angelo Questa Concert [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1205)

K 269-206 - Aida (Verdi) - Various Artists [195?] Arias Celeste Aida - Rudolph Schock, Tenor/Ritarno Vincitor - Maria Corielli, Soprano/0 Terra Addio - Maria Corelli, Soprano and Rudolph Schock, Tenor with Berlin Opera Orchestra Conducted By Gerhardt Wiesenhutter/La Traviata - Verdi- Overture and Arias Un Di Felice - Maria C Orelli, Soprano, Rudolph Schock, Tenor/Ah, Fors' E Lui - Maria Corelli, Soprano/Sempre Libera - Maria Corelli, Soprano, Rudolph Schock, Tenor/Dei Miei Bollnti Spiriti - Rudolph Schock, Tenor/Di Provenza Il Mar - Hans Wocke, Baritone/Parigi,O Cara Ti Loscieremo - Maria Corelli, Soprano and Rudolph Schock, Tenor with Berlin Opera Orchestra Conducted By Leopold Ludwig (Same as Allegro Royale 1206)

K 269-207 - Fra Diavolo (Auber): The Complete Arias - Magda Laszlo, Soprano, Gian Into Prandelli, Tenor, and Giovanni Guisti, Baritone with Orchestra and Chorus of the La Scala Opera House Conducted By Angelo Questa [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1207)

K 269-208 - The Barber Of Seville (Rossini): The Complete Arias - Angelica Tuccori, Soprano; Guilio Tomei, Bass; Anna Marcongeli, Soprano; Cesare Valletti, Tenor Luciano Ne,Oni, Bass; and Gino Conti, Bass with Orchestra and Chorus of the La Scala Opera House Conducted By Angeloquesta [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1208)

K269-209 - Il Trovatore (Verdi) - Various Artists [195?] Arias Stride La Vompa - Diana Eustrati, Mezzo-Soprano, Ah Si Ben Mio - Rudolph Schock, Tenor/Di Quella Pico - Rudolph Schock, Tenor, Miserere(Maria Coelli, Soprano, and Rudolph Schock, Tenor, Ai Nostri Monti - Diana Eustrati, Mez. Soprano, and Rudolph Schock, Tenor/Die Hande in Schweren Ketten - Diana Eustrati, Mezzo-Soprano with Berlin Opera Orchestra Conducted By Herbert Guthan Mignon Thomas/Arias Wer Ein Unschuld Auch - Rudolph Schock, Tenor/Kennst Du Das Land - Diana Eustrati, Mezzo-Soprano with Berlin Opera Orchestra Conducted By Herbert Guthan/Abduction From the Seraglio - Mozart-Overture and Arias Wer Ein Liebchen Hat Gefunden - Paul Schmidtman, Tenor, and Gerhard Frei, Bass with Berlin Opera Orchestra Conducted By Herbert Guthan (Same as Allegro Royale 1209)

K 269-210 - The Marriage Of Figaro (Mozart): The Complete Arias - Gionni Pereas Zabia, Soprano, Cloe Elmo, Mezzo-Soprano, Luciano Nerani, Bass; Gabrielia Gatti, Soprano; Guilio Tomei, Bass; and Piero Brusini, Baritone with Orchestra and Chorus of the La Scala Opera House Conducted By Angelo Questa [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1210)

K 269-211 - Lucia Di Lammermoor (Donizetti): The Complete Arias - Lilliana Rossi, Soprano, Anna Marcangeli, Soprano, Cesare Valletti, Tenor, Gioncinti Prandelli, Tenor, Luciano Neroni, Bass with Orchestra and Chorus of the La Scala Opera House Conducted By Angelo Questa [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1211)

K 269-212 - William Tell (Rossini): The Complete Arias - Pina Malgharini, Soprano, Gabriella Gatti, Soprano, Anna Marcangeli, Soprano, Guilio Tomei, Bass, Jose Soler, Tenor, and Elio Brino, Tenor with Orchestra and Chorus of the Rome Opera House Conducted By Angelo Questa [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1212)

K 269-213 - Opera Highlights - Various Artists [195?] Tales Of Hoffmann (Offenbach) Barcarolle - Maria Corelli, Soprano, and Diana Eustrati, Mezzo-Soprano/Sparkle Diamond - Hans Wocke, Baritone/Hall To Love - Rudolph Schock, Tenor, Musical Reprise with Berlin Opera Orchestra Conducted By Herbert Guthan/Boris Godounow (Moussorgsky)/Varlaams Song - Gerhard Frei, Bass/Death Scene - Gerhard Frei, Bass with Berlin Opera Orchestra Conducted By Herbert Guthan/Africana (Meyerbeer)/Oh Paradiso - Rudolph Schock, Tenor with Berlin Opera Orchestra Conducted By Herbert Guthan/Rigoletto (Verdi)/La Donna E Mobile - Rudolph Schock, Tenor with Berlin Opera Orchestra Conducted By Herbert Guthan (Same as Allegro Royale 1213)

K 269-214 - Chopin - Arthur Sanford and Carlo Vidusso [195?] Piano Duet Etude in E Minor/Mazurka in F Sharp Minor/Etude in E Minor/Pre- Lude No. 18/Waltz in a Major/Revolutionary Etude/Waltz in C Sharp Minor/Etude in E Major/Etude in G Flat Major/Waltz in G Flat Major/Nocturne in F Sharp Major/Butterfly Etude (Schmetterlings Etude)/Nocturne in C Major/Waltz in D Flat Major/Valse Brilliante No. 1 (Same as Allegro Royale 1214)

K 269-215 - Piano Melodies of Chopin - Arthur Sanford and Carlo Vidusso [195?] Piano Duet Prelude No. 1/Prelude in C Minor/Poloncise in a Flat Major/Rain- Drop Prelude/Etude in 0 Minor/Polonaise in E Minor/Nocturne in C Sharp Minor Piano Melodies Of Debussy-Arthur Sanford of the Piano Arabesque No. 1/Arabesque No. 2/Girl with the Flaxen Hair/Clair De Lune/Jordin Sou/La Pluie/Reverie (Same as Allegro Royale 1215)

K 269-216 - Tschaikowsky Music 1612 Overture, Romeo and Juliet Overture, Swan Lake Ballet Suite, Capriccio Ltalien, Op. 45 - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Leopold Ludwig [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1216)

K 269-217 - Grieg Program Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Morning, Concerto in a Minor For Piano, Norwegian Dances Nos. I and 2 Opus 35, Triumphal March - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Leopold Ludwig [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1217)

K269-218 - Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 in F Flat "Eroica" Op. 55 - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Franz R. Friedl [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1218)

K269-219 - Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 in C Minor Op. 67 - Rome Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Dr. Felix Guenther [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1219)

K269-220 - Schubert: Symphony No. 8 in B Minor - Rome Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Dr. Felix Guenther [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1220)

K 269-221 - Mendelssohn Concerto No.1 in G Minor Midsummer Night's Dream-Prelude, Scherzo and Wedding March - Rome Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Dr. Felix Guenther Arthur Sanford at the Piano [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1221)

K269-222 - Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G Minor - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Herbert Guthan [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1222)

K269-223 - Haydn: Symphony No. 94 in G Major "Surprise" - Rome Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Angelo Questa [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1223)

K269-224 - Tschaikowsky: Symphony No. 5 in E Minor - Rome Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Angelo Questa [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1224)

K269-225 - Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 "Pastoral" - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Herbert Guthan [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1225)

K269-226 - Tschaikowsky: Symphony No. 6 "Pathetique" - Rome Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Angelo Questa [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1226)

K 269-227 - Music of the Ballet Schubert: Rosamunde, Op. 26; Borodin: Dances Of "Prince Igor' Delibes: Intermezzo Noila Ballet - Rome Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Angelo Questa [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1227)

K 269-228 - Oklahoma and the King and I-All the Songs From the Rodgers and Hammerstein Shows - Royale Operetta Singers and Orchestra [195?] Oklahoma/People Will Say We're in Love/I Can't Say No/Out Of My Dreams/Many a New Day/Poor Jed/Oh What a Beautiful Morning/Surrey with the Fringe On Top I Whistle a Happy Tune/Hello Young Lovers/Something Wonderful/Shall We Dance/We Kiss in the Shadow/Lord and Master (Same as Allegro Royale 1228)

K269-229 - Mozart: Symphony No. 31 "Paris" in D Major Kv297 Mozart: Symphony No. 27 in G Major Kvl99 - Mozart Symphony Society Orchestra [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1229)

K269-230 - Mozart: Symphony No. 29 in a Major Kv201l - Mozart Symphony Society Orchestra Beethoven: Egmont Overture, Op. 84; Leonore Overture No. 3, Op. 72 - Rome Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Angelo Questa [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1230)

K269-231 - Mozart: Symphony No. 33 "Prague" in D Major Kv504 Mozart: Symphony No. 54 in F Major Kv 216 - Mozart Symphony Society Orchestra [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1231)

K269-232 - Brahms: Symphony No. 3 in F Major, Op. 90 - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Franz Friedl [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1232)

K 269-233 - An Hour Of Light Concert Music - Royale Concert Orchestra [195?] None But the Lonely Heart/Minuet in G/Serenade/To a Wild Rose/Souvenir/Troumerei/Andante Contabile/Intermezzo/Mora Staccato/Torno a Surriento/Norwegian Dance No. 2/Frere Jacques/Alauette/Pomp and Circumstance/Barcarolle/Humoresque (Same as Allegro Royale 1233)

K269- 234 - Schumann: Symphony No. 4 in D Minor, Op. 120 - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Herbert Guthan [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1234)

K 269-235 - Operetta Time: Sigmund Romberg and Victor Herbert - Royale Operetta Singers and Orchestra [195?] Deep in My Heart Dear; Just We Two/Serenade/Drinking Song/Golden Days/To the Inn We're Marching/Gaudemaus/Come Boys/Kiss Me Again/A Kiss in the Dark/Starlight Starbright; Gypsy Love Song; I'm Falling in Love with Someone; Ah Sweet Mystery Of Life; Badinage/March of the Toys (Same as Allegro Royale 1235)

K269- 236 - Schubert: Symphony No. 3 in 0 Major - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Franz R. Friedl [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1236)

K269-237 - Borodin: Symphony No. 2 in B Minor - Rome Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Angelo Questa [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1237)

K 269-238 - South Pacific and Carousel-The Wonderful Songs From the Rodgers and Hammerstein Shows - Unknown Artist [195?] Some Enchanted Evening/Younger Than Springtime/I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outo My Hair/I'm in Love with a Wonderful Guy/Bali Ha'i/Happy Talk/Honey Bun/Cockeyed Optimist/Carousel Waltz/You'll Never Walk Alone/If I Loved You/You're a Queer One Julie Jordan/June Is Busting Out All Over/What's the Use Of Wondering (Same as Allegro Royale 1238)

K269-239 - Brahms: Symphony No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 98 - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Franz R. Friedl [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1239)

K269-240 - Beethoven: Symphony No. 8 in F, Op. 93 - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Leopold Ludwig [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1240)

K 269-241 - Broadway Hits Arranged By Russell Bennett - Royale Concert Orchestra [195?] Rose Marie Overture/Soft Lights and Sweet Music/With a Song in My Heart/What Is This Thing Called Love/Oh What a Beautiful Morning/Surrey with the Fringe On Top/The Song Is You/Softly As in the Morning Sunrise/You Are Love, Thou Swell/Summertime/Why Do I Love You/Speak Low/Hoops/Of Thee I Sing (Same as Allegro Royale 1241)

K 269-242 - Everlasting Shows-Porgy and Bess and Show - Royale Operetta Singers and Orchestra [195?] I Got Plenty O' Nuttin/Bess You Is My Woman/It Ain't Necessarily So/A Woman Is a Sometime Thing/Summertime/Bill/Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man/Old Man River/You Are Love/Why Do I Love You/Make Believe (Same as Allegro Royale 1242)

K269-243 - Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 in B Flat, Op. 60 - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Leopold Ludwig [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1243)

K 269-244 - Piano Encores - Unknown Artist [195?] Rhapsody in Blue (Gershwin); Moonlight Sonata (Beethoven); Polonaise (Chapin); Maloguena (Albeniz); Clair De Lune (Debussy); Hungarian Dances (Brahms); Carneval From Ballet Suite Op. 9 (Schumann); Invitation To the Waltz (Von Weber) (Same as Allegro Royale 1244)

K 269-245 - Violin Echoes Of Vienna - Emery Deutsch, Violinist [195?] Caprice Viennois/Liebeslied/Tambourin Chinois/Liebesfreud/La Gitana/Rondo Louis Stevens/Violinist Danube Waves/Csardas/Romany Romance/Violets/Submission/Once Upon a Time (Same as Allegro Royale 1245)

K 269-246 - Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf - Orchestra Under the Direction Of Reginald Leopold; Narrator: Bob Danvers Walker [195?] Debussy: Children's Corner Suite-Arthur Sandford at the Piano Doctor Gradus Ad Parnassum/Jumbo's Lullaby/Serenade For the Doll/The Snow Is Dancing/The Little Shepherd/Golliwog's Cakewalk (Same as Allegro Royale 1246)

K269-247 - The Heart of the Symphonies - Unknown Artist [195?] Beethoven; Symphony No. 5, 1st Mvt./Schubert: Symphony No. 8, Lst Mvt./Tschaikowsky: Symphony No. 5 2nd Movt./Mozart: Symphony No. 41, Ist Movt/Haydn: Symphony No. 94, 4 #H Mvt./Mozart: Symphony No. 40, First Movement. (Same as Allegro Royale 1247)

K 269-248 - The Immortal Melodies Of Jerome Kern - Royale Concert Orchestra [195?] All the Things You Are/Why Was I Born/Don't Ever Leave Me/You're Devastating/Old Man River/I've Told Every Little Star/The Song Is You/Yesterdays/The Touch Of Your Hand/All Through the Day/You Are Love/Why Do I Love You/Smoke Gets in Your Eyes/Who (Same as Allegro Royale 1248)

K 269-249 - An Hour Of Viennese Waltzes - Unknown Artist [195?] Merry Widow Waltz (Lehar)/Gold and Silver (Lehar)/Vienna Beauties (Lehar)/Count Of Luxembourg (L.Hor)/Estudiontina (Wold- Teufel); Sari (Waidteufel) ;Dolores (Waldteufel)/Gypsy Love (Waldteufel)/Strauss: Tales From the Vienna Woods/A Thousand and One Nights/You and You/Wine, Women and Song/Southern Roses/Blue Danube/Voices Of Spring/Emperor Waltz (Same as Allegro Royale 1249)

K 269-250 - An Hour Of American Waltzes - Royale Dance Orchestra [195?] The Waltz You Saved For Me/Three O'clock in the Morning/Two Hearts in Waltz Time/Let Me Call You Sweetheart/Alice Blue Gown/Carolina Moon/Poeme/Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland/Memory Lane/Waiting/Missouri Waltz/In Apple Blossom Time/Wabash Moon/Beautiful Ohio (Same as Allegro Royale 1250)

K269-251 - Beethoven: Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 36 - Berlin Symphony Conducted By Dr. Felix Guenther [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1251)

K 269-252 - Brahms: Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77 - Louis Stevens, Violin, with the Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Dr. Felix Guenther [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1252)

K 269-253 - Chopin: Piano Concerto No. I in E Mi"R, Op. 11 - Carlo Viduso, Pianist, with Rome Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Angelo Questa [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1253)

K 269-254 - An Hour Of Latin American Rhythms - Royale Latin Orchestra [195?] La Cumparsito/El Choclo/A Media Luz/Chiu Chiu/The Peanut Vendor/Mama Inez/Rhumba in E Minor/Junglero/Tico Tico/Green Eyes/Zambumba/Besame Mucho/Un Poquito De Amor/Tombe/Bongo/Mambo (Same as Allegro Royale 1254)

K 269-255 - An Hour Of Hawaiian Melodies - Lani McIntire Orchestra [195?] Song of the Islands/You Are Like a Beautiful Flower/Sweet Constancy/One, Two, Three, Four/others (Same as Allegro Royale 1255)

K 269-256 - Tenor Arias - Rudolph Schock with Berlin Opera Orchestra [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1256)

K 269-257 - Dvorak Symphony No. 9. - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Karl List [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1256)

K269-258 - Sibelius: Symphony No. 2 in D Major - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Joseph Balzer [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1258)

K 269-259 - Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel; Sibelius: Finlandia; Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 - Unknown Artist [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1259)

K 269-260 - Rimsky-Korsakoff: Scheherazade - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Karl List [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1260)

K 2 69-261 - Tschaikowsky: Piano Concerto No. 1 - M. Huttner, Pianist, with Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Joseph Balzer [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1261)

K 2 69-262 - Dvorak: Cello Concerto in B Minor - S. Seidler, 'Cellist, with Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Gerd Rubahn [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1262)

K 2 69- 263 - Lehar: Merry Widow and Land Of Smiles Excerpts - Dresden State Operetta Soloists, Orchestra and Choir Conductor By G. Rubahn [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1263)

K 269-264 - Grieg: Piano Concerto in a Minor - G. Stein, Pianist, with Berlin Symphony Orchestra, Conducted By Karl List [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1264)

K 269-265 - Tschaikowsky: Violin Concerto in D Major - F. Malachowsky, Violinist, with Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Joseph Balzer [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1265)

K269-266 - Strauss, J.: Gypsy Baron (Abridged) - Dresden State Operetta Soloists, Orchestra and Choir Conductor By G. Rubahn [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1266)

*K269-267 - Dvorak: Symphony No. 5 in E Minor (New World) - Berlin Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Karl List [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1267)

K 269-267/8 - Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor (Choral) - Berlin Symphony Orchestra and Cathedral Choir,-Conductor Gerd Rubahn [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1268)

K 269-269/70/71 - Offenbach: Tales Of Hoffmann Complete - Dresden State Operetta Soloists, Orchestra and Choir Conductor By G. Rubahn [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1269/1270/1271)

K 269-272 - Heart of the Piano Concerto-Excerpts From Grieg, Chopin, Tschaikowsky and Mendelssohn Concertos - Unknown Artist [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1272)

K 269- 273 - Saint-Saens: Piano Concerto No. 2 - C. Vidusso, Pianist with Rome Symphony Orchestra Conducted By F. Guenther [195?] (Same as Allegro Royale 1273)




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