Concert Hall

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


51021. Concert Hall. June 12, 1942. Program #134. AFRS origination. Maggie Tate sings "Farewell Little Table" from "Manon" (Massenet), a French song by Faure, "The Time Of Lilacs" and "Pyramel" from "Monsieur Beaucaire." Vera Brodsky (piano) plays the first movement of Kabalevsky's Piano Concerto #1. The date is subject to correction. Lionel Barrymore, Maggie Teyte, Vera Brodsky (piano). 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51007. Concert Hall. March 1, 1943. Program #86. AFRS origination. James Melton sings "David and Goliath," "El Mio Tesora" from "Don Giovanni" (Mozart), "Do Not Go My Love," "The Song Of Songs." Cellist Gregor Piatigorsky plays "Allegro Apassionato" (Saint-Saens), "The Swan" (Saint-Saens), "Adagio and Rondo" (Von Weber). The date is suject to correction. Gregor Piatigorsky, James Melton, Lionel Barrymore. 29:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51013. Concert Hall. October 28, 1946. Program #124. AFRS origination. Marian Anderson sings an aria from "La Forza del Destino" (Verdi), an aria from "Al Chaste" (Gluck), "O Wasn't That A Wide River," "Keep Your Hand On The Plow." Benny Goodman plays the "Concerto For Clarinet and Orchestra" (von Weber) and "Hymn To The Sun" (Rimsky-Korsakov). The Benny Goodman recording was taken from "Department Of State Great Artists Concert #28," recorded July 26, 1946, and featured Donald Voorhees and His Orchestra. The second selection is from The AFRS Basic Music Library #SPX11. Lionel Barrymore (host), Marian Anderson, Benny Goodman, Donald Voorhees and His Orchestra. 29:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21682. Concert Hall. October 28, 1946. Program #125. AFRS origination. The first selection, "Claire de Lune" (Debussy). Josef Hoffman, Lily Pons, Lionel Barrymore. 29:03. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

51020. Concert Hall. December 16, 1946. Program #133. AFRS origination. Florence Quartararo sings "Un Bel Dei" from "Madama Butterfly (Puccini), "The Maids Of Cadiz" (Delibes), and "Homing." Jascha Heifetz plays "Dance Of The Goblins (Badzini), the andante from "The Concerto #2 in G Minor" (Prokofiev), and "Jim Jives" (Bennett). The disc matrix is dated December 16, 1946 on one side and December 26, 1946 on the other side. Lionel Barrymore (host), Florence Quartararo, Jascha Heifetz. 30:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51022. Concert Hall. January 6, 1947. Program #135. AFRS origination. Fritz Kreisler plays the second and third movements from his own Concerto In C, "Prelude In G Minor (Rachmaninoff), and "Leibesleid." Lauritz Melchior sings "Recondito Armoni" from "Tosca" (Puccini), "The Prize Song" from "Dei Meistersinger" (Wagner), "Serenade" (Schubert), and "The Hunter's Song." Lionel Barrymore (host), Fritz Kreisler, Lauritz Melchior. 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51028. Concert Hall. January 13, 1947. Program #137. AFRS origination. Myra Hess (piano) plays the first movement of Mozart's Concerto #23 and "Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring (Bach). Alfred Drake sings "The House I Live In," "The Gambler's Lament," and Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria." Lionel Barrymore (host), Myra Hess (piano), Alfred Drake. 30:16. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

39063. Concert Hall. April 11, 1949. Program #241. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Tres Jolie Waltz." The date above is subject to correction. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Meredith Willson (conductor), Paulina Carter (18 year old pianist). 30:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

91230. Concert Hall. AFRS origination. The first selection is the second movement of the violin concerto in D Major (Brahms). Ezio Pinza sings, "Falling Snow." The system cue has been deleted. Lionel Barrymore (host), Efrem Zimbalist, Ezio Pinza. 29:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

70962. Concert Hall. Program #265. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Dance Of The Goblins," by Bazzini. Licia Albanese sings an aria from "Mephistopheles" by Boito and, "A Spirit Flower" from "Tosca." Lionel Barrymore (host), Donald Voorhees (conductor), Licia Albanese, Jack Shellenberger (announcer). 30:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70960. Concert Hall. Program #265. AFRS origination. Two excerpts from the suite of serenades by Victor Herbert, Brahms' Concerto in D Major (second, third movements), The March from "Le Coq D'or" by Rimsky Korsakov. The AFRS program number is subject to correction. Lionel Barrymore (host), Erich Kleiber (conductor), Jack Crown (announcer). 30:53. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

51895. Concert Hall. Program #75. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Roll Along Home," sung by John Charles Thomas. Lionel Barrymore (host), John Charles Thomas, Fritz Kreisler. 30:19. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

51045. Concert Hall. Program #142. AFRS origination. Pianist Hilda Somer plays the second and third Ravel's Piano Concerto #1. Marian Anderson sings "The Omnipotence," "Prepare Thyself Zion" (Bach), "Where Does The Road Lead?" Lionel Barrymore (host), Hilda Somer, Marian Anderson. 30:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51029. Concert Hall. Program #141. AFRS origination. John Charles Thomas sings "The Blind Ploughman," and "A Child's Prayer." Ruggiero Ricci plays the Violin Concerto #1, by Paganini. Lionel Barrymore (host), John Charles Thomas, Ruggiero Ricci. 30:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51023. Concert Hall. Program #136. AFRS origination. Earl Wild plays Grieg's Piano Concerto In A Minor. Earl Wild, Lionel Barrymore. 30:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

51019. Concert Hall. Program #132. AFRS origination. Rose Bampton, Jan Peerce, Jenny Turrell and Leonard Warren (as a quartet) sing "The Quartet From Rigoletto" and "The Midnight Quartet" from "Marta" (Flotow). Rose Bampton and Jan Peerce sing "The Drinking Song" from "La Traviata." Robert Casadeseus plays the finale from "The Concerto In A Major" (Mozart) and the scherzo from "The Concerto In G Minor" (Saint-Saens). Jan Peerce, Jenny Tourel, Leonard Warren, Lionel Barrymore, Robert Casadesus (piano), Rose Bampton. 30:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51018. Concert Hall. Program #131. AFRS origination. Luberschutz and Neminoff (duo-pianists) play the first movement of Mozart's Concerto In E Flat, and "Largo Al Factotum" (Rossini). Martha Lipton (mezzo-soprano) sings "The Gypsy Song" from "Carmen" (Bizet). Dorothy Kirsten sings "My Name Is Mimi" (Puccini). Martha Lipton and Dorothy Kirsten sing the "Flower Duet" from "Madama Butterfly" (Puccini). Lionel Barrymore (host), Luberschutz and Neminoff (duo-pianists), Dorothy Kirsten, Martha Lipton. 30:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51017. Concert Hall. Program #130. AFRS origination. Gladys Swarthout sings an aria from "Jean D'Arc" (Tchaikovsky), "Oh Love, Thy Help Do Not Deny Me" (Saint-Saens), "El Vito." Andres Segovia plays "Theme and Variations," "The Tower Of Benaya" (Albanez), "The Tarantella" (Tedesco). Lionel Barrymore (host), Gladys Swarthout, Andres Segovia. 30:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

51016. Concert Hall. Program #129. AFRS origination. Blanche Thebom sings "Solveg's Song" (Grieg), "The Smith" (Brahms), "O Don Fatale" (Verdi), "O Love, Thy Help Do Not Deny Me" (Massenet). Gregor Piatigorsky (cello) plays "Adagio and Rondo" (von Weber), "Allegro Apassionata" (Saint-Saens), "The Swan" (Saint-Saens). Blanche Thebom, Gregor Piatigorsky, Lionel Barrymore. 30:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51015. Concert Hall. Program #128. AFRS origination. Oscar Levant plays Tchaikovsky's "Concerto In B Flat Minor," "Exercise" (Poulanc), "Waltz In A Flat" (Brahms), "Malaguena," and "Vision Fugitive" (Prokofiev). James Melton sings an aria from "Die Meistersinger" (Wagner), "The Hills Of Home," "She Moves Through The Fair," and "Holiday For Strings." Lionel Barrymore (host), James Melton, Oscar Levant. 29:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51014. Concert Hall. Program #126. AFRS origination. Harry Kaufman (piano) plays the first movement of "The Concerto In F" (Gershwin), accompanied by Dr. Frank Black and The NBC Symphony Orchestra. Patrice Munsel sings "Lo, Hear The Gentle Lark," "The Bell Song" from "Lakme" (Delibes), and "Hymn To The Sun" (Rimsky-Korsakov). Lionel Barrymore (host), Harry Kaufman, Patrice Munsel, The NBC Symphony Orchestra, Frank Black (conductor). 29:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51012. Concert Hall. Program #73. AFRS origination. This program was rebroadcast as AFRS #123. Richard Crooks sings "I Love Thee" (Grieg), "One Furtive Tear" (Donizetti), "Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes," "Romeo's Farewell" (Gounod). The Roth String Quartet plays the "Scherzo" by Borodin, and Mozart's Quartet in G Major (first movement only). Lionel Barrymore (host), Richard Crooks, The Roth Quartet. 29:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51011. Concert Hall. Program #122. AFRS origination. Robert Goldsand plays the rondo and finale of the Piano Concerto #1 in E Minor (Chopin) and "The Dance Of The Gnomes" (Liszt). Jussi Bjoerling sings, "Young Lady Under A Linden Tree," "All Hail Thou Dwelling," from Act Three of "Faust," and a Swedish song by Alton. Jussi Bjorling, Lionel Barrymore, Robert Goldsand. 30:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51010. Concert Hall. Program #65. AFRS origination. The program was also re-issued as program AFRS #119. Igor Gorin sings "To A Little Star" (Mussorgsky), "La Danza" (Rossini). Rudolph Serkin plays "Piano Concerto In G Minor" (Mendelssohn). Lionel Barrymore (host), Igor Gorin, Rudolph Serkin. 29:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51009. Concert Hall. Program #109. AFRS origination. Jacob Gimpel (piano) plays "Etude In F Sharp Major," "Polonaise," "Mazurka In C Sharp Minor," and "Etude In E Major," all by Chopin. Marjorie Lawrence (soprano) sings "Danny Boy," "Floods Of Spring" (Rachmaninoff), "Narrative and Curse" from "Tristan and Isolde" (Wagner). Lionel Barrymore (host), Jacob Gimpel, Marjorie Lawrence. 29:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51008. Concert Hall. Program #102. AFRS origination. Jascha Heifetz plays "Populaire Espagnole" (de Falla), "Dance Of The Goblins," a waltz by Godovsky, "Largo Al Factotum" (Rossini). Lee Sweetland sings "Tsegoyna," "Long Long Ago," "Tramp At Sea," "The Lord Is My Shepherd." Lionel Barrymore (host), Jascha Heifetz, Lee Sweetland. 30:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51006. Concert Hall. Program #85. AFRS origination. Marian Anderson sings "O Thou Billowy Harvest Field" (Rachmaninoff), an aria from "Alsace" (Gluck), "By The Waters Of Minnetonka," "Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child." Artur Rubinstein plays "Waltz In A Flat" (Brahms), "March" from "The Love For Three Oranges" (Prokofiev), "Nocturne" and "Polonaise" (Chopin). Lionel Barrymore (host), Marian Anderson, Artur Rubinstein. 29:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51005. Concert Hall. Program #81. AFRS origination. Robert Casadeseus plays the first movement of the "Emperor Concerto" (Beethoven) and "Scherzo Valse" (Chabrier). Marjorie Lawrence, who has overcome polio, sings "Danny Boy." Ken Niles (announcer), Lionel Barrymore, Marjorie Lawrence, Robert Casadesus (piano). 30:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51004. Concert Hall. Program #79. AFRS origination. The Roth Quartet plays the scherzo from Borodin's String Quartet and The String Quartet in G Major by Mozart (third and fourth movements). Rose Bampton sings "Oh Dry Those Tears," and "El Relicario." Lionel Barrymore (host), The Roth Quartet, Rose Bampton, Ken Niles (announcer). 29:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51003. Concert Hall. Program #67. AFRS origination. An all-request program. Artur Rubinstein plays Beethoven's Piano Concerto #4 (first movement), "Polonaise" (Chopin), "March" from "The Love For Three Oranges" (Prokofiev). Nelson Eddy sings "Ave Maria" (Schubert). Lionel Barrymore (host), Artur Rubinstein, Nelson Eddy, Ken Niles (announcer). 29:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41229. Concert Hall. Program #140. AFRS origination. Helen Trauble sings "Liebestod" from "Tristan und Isolde (Wagner), "Morning," and "Were You There" (arranged by Booker T. Washington). The Cleveland Symphony Orchestra plays, "In Memoriam," written by Lionel Barrymore in memory of his brother John. Lionel Barrymore (host, composer), Helen Traubel, Booker T. Washington (arranger), The Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, Rudolph Ringwold (conductor). 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41228. Concert Hall. AFRS origination. Russian soprano Maria Karenko sings "To A Flower" from "Prince Igor" by Borodin, and a second aria from the opera. Fritz Kreisler plays "La Folia" by Corelli, and "Songs My Mother Taught To Me (Dvorak)." Lionel Barrymore (host), Maria Karenko, Fritz Kreisler. 30:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41227. Concert Hall. Program #138. AFRS origination. Irish tenor Christopher Lynch sings "Somewhere A Voice Is Calling," "Omnis Angelicus," and "Rose of Tralee." Nineteen year old pianist Sergeant Jack Crawson performs the adagio (second movement) of the "Pathetique Symphony" of Tchaikovsky, "Lotus land," by Cyril Scott, and "The Spinning Song." Lionel Barrymore (host), Christopher Lynch, Jack Crawson. 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39295. Concert Hall. Program #13. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "I Love Thee," by Grieg. Lionel Barrymore (host), Richard Crooks, Nathan Milstein (violin). 14:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39296. Concert Hall. Program #14. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Romance," by Vinofsky (?). Lionel Barrymore (host), Helen Traubel, Jascha Heifetz. 14:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39095. Concert Hall. Program #273. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "The Voices Of Spring," by Strauss. Lionel Barrymore (host), Henry Svedrovski (conductor), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Dorothy Warenskjold (soprano), Gilbert Russell (tenor). 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39094. Concert Hall. Program #277. AFRS origination. The first selection is a waltz by Pierne. John Baird (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, John Barnett (conductor). 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39093. Concert Hall. Program #266. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Circus Day" by Deems Taylor. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Donald Voorhees (conductor), John Charles Thomas. 28:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39092. Concert Hall. Program #256. AFRS origination. The first selection is the overture to, "La Forza del Destino," by Verdi. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Donald Voorhees (conductor), Gladys Swarthout (soprano). 30:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39084. Concert Hall. Program #278. AFRS origination. The first selection is the overture to, "Oberon," by Carl Maria von Weber. John Baird (host), Maurice Abravanel (conductor), The Concert Hall Orchestra. 30:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39066. Concert Hall. Program #248. AFRS origination. The first selection is the "Valse," from the ballet, "Coppellia" by Delibes. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Werner Janssen (conductor), Rosalind France (seventeen year old pianist). 30:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39067. Concert Hall. Program #250. AFRS origination. The first selections are waltzes from "Der Rosenkavalier," by Strauss. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Werner Janssen (conductor). 30:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39065. Concert Hall. Program #246. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Hungarian Rhapsody #6," by Liszt. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Werner Janssen (conductor). 30:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

39064. Concert Hall. Program #242. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Live, Laugh, and Love," by Strauss. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Meredith Willson (conductor), Dorothy Warenskjold, Charles Harmon, Ken Dunnigan (announcer). 28:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39062. Concert Hall. Program #240. AFRS origination. The first selection is the prelude to "Carmen," by Bizet. Lionel Barrymore (host), Donald Voorhees (conductor), Blanche Thebom (soprano). 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39061. Concert Hall. Program #239. AFRS origination. The first selection is "The Knightsbridge March." Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Meredith Willson (conductor), Gilbert Russell (tenor). 30:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39060. Concert Hall. Program #238. AFRS origination. The first selection is "French Military March," by Saint-Saens. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Donald Voorhees (conductor), Ezio Pinza, Polnya Stoska (soprano). 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39051. Concert Hall. Program #237. AFRS origination. A comparison of European and American composition techniques. The first selection is the scherzo from Tchaikovsky's Symphony #4. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Meredith Willson (conductor). 30:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39050. Concert Hall. Program #232. AFRS origination. The first selection is an aria from an opera by Charpentier. Lionel Barrymore (host), Dorothy Kirsten, Nathan Milstein. 29:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39049. Concert Hall. Program #224. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Invitation To The Dance," by Von Weber. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Fritz Reiner (conductor), Bidu Sayao, John Charles Thomas. 30:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39048. Concert Hall. Program #223. AFRS origination. Program #223 was re-issued as AFRS #275. The first selection is Finlandia," by Sibelius. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Leonard Bernstein (conducting), Marian Anderson. 30:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39030. Concert Hall. Program #220. AFRS origination. Academy Award-winning music. The first selection is from, "The Song Of Bernadette." Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Henry Svedrovski (conducting), Dorothy Warenskjold, Gilbert Russell. 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39029. Concert Hall. Program #218. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Fireworks For Fiddles." Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Donald Voorhees (conductor), Gladys Swarthout, Ezio Pinza. 30:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39028. Concert Hall. Program #215. AFRS origination. Program #215 was re-issued as program #267. The first selection is "Dance Of The Goblins," by Bazzini. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Donald Voorhees (conductor), Licia Albanese (soprano). 30:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39023. Concert Hall. Program #212. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "The Bolero" by Ravel. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Donald Voorhees (conductor), William Kappel (pianist). 28:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

39021. Concert Hall. Program #204. AFRS origination. The program consists of excerpts from, "The Nutcracker Suite," by Tchaikovsky. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Carl Bricken (conductor). 30:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39022. Concert Hall. Program #206. AFRS origination. First selection is the overture to, "Die Fliedermaus" by Strauss. Lionel Barrymore (host), The Concert Hall Orchestra, Henry Svedrovski (conductor), Olive Mae Beach (soprano), Gilbert Russell (tenor). 30:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39019. Concert Hall. Program #99. AFRS origination. The first selection is. "Liebestraum." Lionel Barrymore (host), Artur Rubinstein, Charlotte Berner (soprano). 28:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39020. Concert Hall. Program #100. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Perpetual Motion," by Poulenc. Lionel Barrymore (host), Oscar Levant, Patrice Munsel. 28:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39018. Concert Hall. Program #71. AFRS origination. The first selection is Rachmaninoff's, "Prelude." Bartlett and Robertson (duo-pianists), Ezio Pinza, Lionel Barrymore. 29:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39016. Concert Hall. Program #51. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "The Habanez" by Saint-Saens. Dusolina Giannini (soprano), Jascha Heifetz, Ken Niles (announcer), Lionel Barrymore. 30:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39017. Concert Hall. Program #62/118. AFRS origination. The program was re-issued as AFRS #118. The first selection is by Bartlett and Robinson, "Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desire," written by Bach. Bartlett and Robertson (duo-pianists), Bidu Sayao, Ken Niles (announcer), Lionel Barrymore. 29:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

39015. Concert Hall. Program #27. AFRS origination. The first program in a half hour format. The first selection is the Concerto #1 of Mendelssohn. Lionel Barrymore (host), Fritz Kreisler (violin), James Melton. 29:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

35919. Concert Hall. Program #40/116. AFRS origination. Lee Sweetland sings, "Impatience" by Schubert. Nathan Milstein plays Brahms' Violin Sonata in A Major. The program was re-released as program #116. Lionel Barrymore (host), Nathan Milstein, Lee Sweetland, Ken Niles (announcer). 28:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27499. Concert Hall. Program #42. AFRS origination. Oscar Levant plays Gershwin; Gladys Swarthout sings, "None So Few" from, "The Marriage of Figaro." The first selection is the andante from the, "Jazz Concerto For Piano." Lionel Barrymore (host), Oscar Levant, Gladys Swarthout, Ken Niles (announcer). 29:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27500. Concert Hall. Program #45. AFRS origination. The first selection is the, "Romance In G" by Beethoven. "None But The Lonely Heart (Tchaikovsky) and the second movement of Prokofiev's Violin Concerto follow. Lionel Barrymore (host), Igor Gorin, Joseph Szigeti. 29:59. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27496. Concert Hall. Program #10. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Andalucia" (Sarasate). Lionel Barrymore (host), Zino Francescati, James Melton, Carlton KaDell (announcer). 14:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27497. Concert Hall. Program #23. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Braham's Hungarian Dance #5." Lionel Barrymore (host), Helen Jepson, Joseph Szigeti. 14:55. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27498. Concert Hall. Program #24. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "The Fire Dance" (De Falla). Lionel Barrymore (host), Alexander Sved (? baritone), Oscar Levant, Ken Niles (announcer). 14:53. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27494. Concert Hall. Program #8. AFRS origination. The first selection is a samba by Darius Milhaud. Bartlett and Robertson (duo-pianists), Lionel Barrymore, Lotte Lehmann, Ken Niles (announcer). 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27495. Concert Hall. Program #9. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Moonlight Sonata" (Beethoven). Lionel Barrymore, Rudolph Serkin. 14:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27493. Concert Hall. Program #7. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Romance and Allude" (Sarasate). Barrymore mentions that this program is heard twice weekly. Lionel Barrymore (host), Yehudi Menuhin, Igor Gorin, Ken Niles (announcer). 14:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21684. Concert Hall. Program #217. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Circus Day" (Deems Taylor). Donald Voorhees (conductor), John Charles Thomas, Lionel Barrymore, Jack Shellenberger (announcer). 29:07. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

21685. Concert Hall. Program #276. AFRS origination. Lionel Barrymore is "on vacation" and does not appear as the host. The first selection is, "Scenes From the Czardas #3," followed by Piano Concerto #2 (McDowell), "Rhapsody #1" (Bartok). Joseph Szigeti, Leonard Pennario, Maurice Abravanel (conductor). 30:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21683. Concert Hall. Program #199. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Les Preludes" (Liszt). Lionel Barrymore (host), Bruno Walter (conductor), Artur Rubinstein, The Concert Hall Orchestra, Jack Brown (announcer). 28:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

21681. Concert Hall. Program #93. AFRS origination. The first selection is an aria from, "La Boheme." Lionel Barrymore (host), Vivienne Della Chiesa, Alec Templeton. 29:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21680. Concert Hall. Program #64. AFRS origination. The first selection is, "Introduction and Rondo Capricioso" by Saint-Saens. Gladys Swarthout sings, "Oh, My Son!" from "The Prophet," by Meyerbeer. Lionel Barrymore, Patricia Travers (violin), Gladys Swarthout, Ken Niles (announcer). 29:29. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

21679. Concert Hall. Program #54. AFRS origination. The first selection are portions of the Concerto in D Major by Haydn. Lily Pons sings, "The Bell Song." Lionel Barrymore (host), Amparo Iturbi (pianist, sister of Jose Iturbi), Lily Pons. 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21678. Concert Hall. Program #49. AFRS origination. The first selection by Patrice Munsel is, "The Voices Of Spring." "A half hour of charm." Lionel Barrymore (host), Fritz Kreisler, Patrice Munsel, Ken Niles (announcer). 29:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21677. Concert Hall. Program #38. AFRS origination. Ezio Pinza sings the "Farewell and Death" from "Boris Godunov," and "The Mephisto Serenade" from "Faust." Lionel Barrymore (host), Bartlett and Robertson (duo-pianists), Ezio Pinza, Ken Niles (announcer). 29:59. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

9745. Concert Hall. Program #127. AFRS origination. A recital by Nelson Eddy and The First Piano Quartet. Lionel Barrymore (host), Nelson Eddy, The First Piano Quartet, Adam Garner, Henry Holt, George Robert, Vee Padwa. 30:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

Report contains 81 programs.