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MAHLER-LIST  February 1998, Week 4

MAHLER-LIST February 1998, Week 4

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Budget Labels Article

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Over the last few years the market has been flooded by super-budget
classical CDs manufactured and / or marketed by firms such as:
Pilz (Labels: Vienna Master Series / Classic Digital)
Selected Sound Carrier (Labels: Masterworks in Digital / Forum)
Selcor (Labels: CD Gallery / The Greatest Classical Hits)
Masters Classic (Label: Masters Classic)
Interphon (Labels: Cenox / Formula Classics / Interphon Classics)
Aurophon (Labels: Aurophon / Arpege)
DA Music (Label: Sonia Classic)
Elap (Label: The Rose Collection)
Mediaphon (Label: Mediaphon)
Orbis (Label: Orbis)
Nikki / Pro Music (Labels: Araxos / Mona Lisa)
Sound Solutions (Label: Onyx)
Bella Musica (Label: Bella Musica)
Point Productions Label: Point Classics)
ZYX (Label: ZYX Classics)
…and many more.

What they all have in common is an extremely low price and catalogs that
contain many fraudulently described recordings.

The fraudulent descriptions can be broken down into categories :

     Old analogue recordings are sold as DDD. To cover up this fact, the
     names of the original performers are changed and the names of
 1.  non-existent artists and orchestras are used instead and sometimes
     even the names of existing performers (who did not actually make the
     recordings). In many cases, the companies don't even bother with
     name changes and simply sell an old analogue recording as DDD.
     The names of existing orchestras and artists are used on recordings
 2.  not made by them in order t o give the impression that, for example,
     a recording from Eastern Europe appears to have been made in England
     or because the original artist names are difficult to pronounce.

 3.  Sometimes names are changed simply to allow different labels to sell
     the same recordings in different packaging as original recordings.
     The "P" year is manipulated so as to suggest that an old recording
     is a new one. The "P" mark and year indicates the year in which a
     given recording was first released on cassette, LP or CD. The "C"
     mark and year indicate when a specific recording was first released
     in its specific presentation, ie the "C" mark refers to the design
     of the cover / sleeve / booklet and not to the recording itself.
 4.  Sometimes even major companies try to hide the fact that they are
     releasing newly compiled old recordings by stating on the inlay card
     of a release "This compilation "P" 1992", even though some of the
     recordings might date back to the sixties or seventies. The correct
     "P" mark information should list the years in which each of the
     recordings was first released, eg "P" 1969, 1972, 1978, 1982", or at
     least "P" 1969-1982 and only "C" 1992 would be correct.
     Some labels now omit any reference to artists or change playing
 5.  times so as to make it difficult to trace the origins of the
     recordings.
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Another thing most of these fraudulent labels have in common is that most
of their recordings come from the same source, ie a catalog of about 2000
titles assembled by the controversial producer / conductor /
wheeler-dealer, Alfred Scholz (now Professor Alfred Scholz). Most of these
are old analogue recordings made between 1968 and 1970 for Polyband and
Primaton and by the Austrian Radio prior to 1977. The recordings by the
Austrian Radio were sold in 1977 to PREMIS, a company owned or controlled
by Mr Scholz. His catalog also includes a limited number of legitimate
digital recordings made in England (London), Slovenia (Ljubljana), Slovakia
(Bratislava), and Hungary (Budapest).

The catalog subsequently passed into the ownership of Musikförderung
(Verein zur Förderung der musikalischen Beziehungen zwischen Österreich und
seinen östlichen Nachbarländern) and is now owned by Point Productions, a
company owned or controlled by Wilhelm Mittrich.

It is not clear whether the recordings from the Scholz catalog were sold to
the various labels as DDD or whether the labels knew that the recordings
were analogue but changed the descriptions to DDD on their own.

It is also not clear whether all the labels using the recordings from the
Scholz catalog actually licensed or purchased these legitimately. Several
companies actually re-license and re-sell these recordings without having
the right to do so and there is litigation between Point Productions and
several of the labels over this matter.
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Fantasy Names Used By Many Super-Budget Labels

Süddeutsche Philharmonie
(South-German Philharmonic)

This name is used for recordings made by members of the Bamberg Symphony
Orchestra between 1968 and 1970. Previously, before the age of the CD,
these recordings were marketed under the name "Bamberg Philharmonic". In
some cases, the name Süddeutsche Philharmonie is also used for recordings
by the Nürnberg Symphony and the Austrian Radio Symphony Orchestra.

Philharmonia Slavonica

This name is most frequently used for recordings by the Austrian Radio
(ORF) Symphony Orchestra.

Camerata Roman

This name is frequently used for recording made by the Camerata Rhenania in
1969 and 1970. Camerata Romana is also used for recordings made by the
Süddeutsches Kammerorchester München which consisted of members of the
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestras.

Gaspar da Salo Quartet

This name has been used for old recordings by, for example, the Quartetto
Italiano.

Phantom Conductors

Alberto Lizzio, Henry Adolph, Carlos Pantelli, Svend Bengtson, Vladimir
Petroschoff, Loic Bertrand, Eugen Duvier, Peter Stern.

These are invented names, often used to disguise the fact that recordings
are old and analogue or to pretend that one recording is different from
another.

Real Artists

The names of the conductors Anton Nanut, Hanspeter Gmür, Hans Zanotelli and
Laurence Siegel have been used on recordings not made by them. And, of
course, Mr Scholz himself has used his own name on many recordings not
conducted by him.

The names of pianists Sylvia Capova and Ida C(z) ernecka have been used on
recordings not made by them.

Real Orchestras

The names of the London Symphony Orchestra, the London Festival Orchestra
and the Ljubljana Radio Symphony have been used on recordings not made by
these orchestras.
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                                   PILZ
   I  VIENNA MASTER SERIES

      This catalog is based exclusively on the Scholz catalog and includes
      a substantial number of fraudulently described recordings :

      160 239
      PALESTRINA: Missa Brevis / Missa Tu Es Petrus
      FD: Analogue, not DDD (Recorded in 1974)

      160 250
      BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto Nos 4 & 5
      FD: Concerto No 4 is old analogue recording by Ernst Gröschel and
      the Nürnberg Symphony Orchestra (Not Süddeutsche Philharmonie)
      conducted by Günter Neidlinger (and not Hanspeter Gmür)

      160 252
      BEETHOVEN: Symphony No 6 "Pastoral"
      FD: Analogue, not DDD. The conductor Hans Swarowski died in 1975, ie
      before the first digital recordings were made.

      160 205
      BIZET: L'Arlésienne (Suites Nos 1 & 2) / Symphony No 1
      FD: This recording was not made by the London Festival Orchestra (as
      claimed).

      160 201
      BRAHMS: Hungarian Dances Nos 1 -21
      FD: This recording was not made by the London Festival Orchestra (as
      claimed).

      160 159
      BRUCKNER: Symphony No 2
      FD: Analogue, not DDD (recorded before 1977). Performed by Austrian
      Radio Symphony under Carl Melles (and not by the Philharmonia
      Slavonica under Alberto Lizzio, as claimed).

      160 115
      LISZT: Symphonic Poems
      FD: This recording was not made by the London Festival Orchestra, as
      claimed.

      160 210
      MENDELSSOHN: Symphonies Nos 4 & 5
      FD: These symphonies not performed by London Symphony Orchestra, as
      claimed. Symphony No 5 is old analogue recording and not DDD,
      performed by Austrian Radio Symphony under Milan Horvat (and not by
      LSO under Scholz).

      160 120
      MOZART: Marches / Horn Concertos / Cos* fan tutte (Overture)
      FD: Not performed by London Festival Orchestra.

      160 166
      MOZART: Coronation Mass and other Sacred Works
      FD: Analogue, not DDD.

      160 149
      ORFF: Carmina Burana
      FD: Analogue, not DDD.

      160 161
      PAGANINI: Violin Concerto No 1
      FD: Analogue, not DDD (first released on Euphoria label in 1977).

      160 157
      TELEMANN: Tafelmusik / HUMMEL: Trumpet Concerto
      FD: Telemann not conducted by Hanspeter Gmür. Hummel Concerto
      analogue and not DDD (recorded 14 and 15 September 1970).

      160 162
      TELEMANN: Suite in D Major / RICHTER: Trumpet Concerto
      FD: Telemann not conducted by Hanspeter Gmür. Richter analogue and
      not DDD (recorded 10 and 11 September 1970).

      160 216
      TCHAIKOVSKY: Nutcracker / Swan Lake (Suites)
      FD: Not performed by London Festival Orchestra.

      160 244
      TCHAIKOVSKY: Piano Concerto No 1
      FD: Not performed by Ida Cernecka and the London Festival Orchestra
      under Laurence Siegel, as claimed, but by Peter Toperczer and the
      Slovak Philharmonic under Bystrik Rezucha.

      160 245
      VERDI: Aida (Highlights)
      FD: Analogue, not DDD (recorded in June and July 1969).

      160 246
      VERDI: Il Trovatore (Highlights)
      FD: Analogue, not DDD (recorded July to September 1969).

      160 247
      VERDI: La Traviata (Highlights)
      FD: Analogue, not DDD (recorded in 1969).

      160 249
      WAGNER: Overtures
      FD: Not performed by London Festival Orchestra.

      160 175
      DEBUSSY: La Mer
      FD: Analogue, not DDD. Performed by Austrian Radio Symphony under
      Milan Horvat
      (and not by Philharmonia Slavonica under Alfred Scholz).

      In general, most other recordings in the Pilz catalog are analogue
      and not digital, in particular recordings featuring the Süddeuitsche
      Philharmonie, the Philharmonia Slavonica and the Camerata Romana.

      160 249
      WAGNER: Overtures
      FD: The recording of the Flying Dutchman is an old, analogue
      recording by the Nürnberg Symphony Orchestra under Hanspeter Gmür,
      recorded in 1968. The Parsifal Prelude was recorded by Othmar Maga
      with the same orchestra at about the same time.
      CLASSIC DIGITAL

      This new Pilz label is also based on the Scholz catalog and includes
      the same fraudulently described recordings as the VIENNA MASTER
      SERIES.
  II
      For example ...

      140 253
      BRUCKNER: Symphony No 4
      FD: Recorded by the Austrian Radio Symphony under Milan Horvat
      before 1977, ie the recording is analogue and not DD, as claimed.
      BEST OF CLASSICS

  III This new Pilz label (DDD! of course) no longer specifies the names
      of the artists and orchestras. However, the recordings also come
      from the same source as the VIENNA MASTER SERIES and therefore
      suffer from the same problems.
      GOLDEN CLASSICS
  IV
      This new Pilz label (2 CD's in one box), also DDD (of course), is
      also based on the Scholz catalog and has the same problems.
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                        SELECTED SOUND CARRIER AG
   I  CLASSICAL MASTERWORKS IN DIGITAL

      506.2121
      MENDELSSOHN: Symphonies Nos 4 & 5
      FD: Both symphonies not recorded by London Symphony Orchestra.
      Symphony No 5 analogue and not DDD, as claimed. Symphony No 5
      actually recorded by Austrian Radio Symphony under Milan Horvat,
      before 1977.

      506.2176
      MOZART: Overtures / Marches / Piano Concerto
      FD: Overtures not recorded by London Festival Orchestra.

      507. 2104
      MOZART: Symphonies Nos 35 & 41
      FD: Analogue, not DDD, as claimed. Recorded January 15 and 16, 1979
      at EMI Studio No 1.

      506.2217
      MOZART: Serenades Nos 4 & 6 / German Dance No 1
      FD: German Dance No 1 not recorded by London Festival Orchestra.

      506.2240
      PAGANINI: Violin Concerto No 1 / TARTINI: Violin Concerto
      FD: Paganini Concerto analogue and not DDD, as claimed. This
      recording released (using different names) in 1977 by the American
      Euphoria label.

      506.2113
      MUSSORGSKY: Pictures at an Exhibition / RAVEL: Bolero
      FD: analogue, not DDD, as claimed. Recorded January 21 and 22, 1979
      at Henry Wood Hall in London.

      506.2225
      RAVEL: Daphnis et Chlo* / La Valse / Tombeau de Couperin / Valses
      nobles et sentimentales
      FD: Analogue, not DDD, as claimed. All four works were not
      performed by the Philharmonia Slavonica under Henry Aolph, but by
      the Austrian Radio Symphony Orchestra under Horvat, Bour and
      Irving, and recorded before 1977.

      506.2226
      SAINT-SAËNS: Symphony No 3 / Carnival of Animals
      FD: Carnival of the Animals not conducted by Hanspeter Gmür.
      Recording most likely analogue as most recordings with Süddeutsche
      Philharmonie (members of Bamberg Symphony, previously called
      "Bamberg Philharmonic") were made before 1980.

      506.2169
      RISMKY-KORSAKOV: Scheherazade / KHACHATURIAN: Sabre Dance
      FD: Sabre Dance not performed by London Festival Orchestra.

      506.2228
      SCHUBERT: Symphonies Nos 4 & 6
      FD: The recording of Symphony No 4 is analogue and not DDD ... it
      is listed on Page 360 of Bielefelder Katalog of 1980. It was
      previously released under the name "Bamberger Philharmonie
      conducted by Hans Swarowsky" by the American Euphoria label in
      1977. Swarowsky died in 1975. The recording of Symphony No 6 is
      also analogue and not DDD as claimed ... it was released on
      Euphoria in 1977 under the names "Orchestra of the Vienna Voklsoper
      conducted by Alexander von Pitamic".

      506.2227
      SCHUBERT: Symphonies Nos 1 & 3 / Rosamunde
      FD: Symphonies Nos 1 & 3 analogue and not DDD as claimed
      (Recordings made before 1978).
      Rosamunde not recorded by London Festival Orchestra (Ballet Music
      only).

      506.2233
      TCHAIKOVSKY: Piano Concerto No 1 / Suite No 4
      FD: Piano Concerto No 1 not performed by Ida Czernecka and the
      London Festival Orchestra under Lawrence Siegel, but by Peter
      Toperczer and the Slovak Philharmonic under Bystrik Rezucha. Suite
      No 4 not conducted by Hans Zanotelli.

      506.2106
      TCHAIKOVSKY: Swan Lake / Sleeping Beauty
      FD: Swan Lake not performed by London Festival Orchestra.

      506.2232
      STRAVINSKY: Le Sacre du Printemps / Petrushka
      FD: Not conducted by Hanspeter Gmür. Sacre analogue, not DDD, as
      claimed. Performances most likely by Austrian Radio Symphony under
      Milan Horvat (Petrushka) and Leif Segerstam (Sacre), recorded
      before 1977.

      506.2244
      BRILLIANT TRUMPET CONCERTI
      FD: Torelli, Telemann, F X Richter and Hummel Concertos analogue
      and not DDD. Recorded by the Camerata Rhenania under Hanspeter Gmür
      in Bregenz on 14 and 15 September 1970. Torelli Concerto performed
      by Rof Quinque and not Georges Renée, as claimed.

      506.2245
      ESPAÑA * ESPAGNE * SPANIEN * SPAIN
      FD: Iberia by Debussy analogue and not DDD, as claimed. Recorded by
      Austrian Radio Symphony under Milan Horvat before 1977, and not by
      Philharmona Slavonica under Carlos Pantelli. Rapsodie espagnole by
      Ravel (Feria) most likely also analogue and not DDD ... recorded by
      Austrian Radio Symphony under Horvat before 1977.

      506.2236
      WEBER: Symphony No 1 / Overtures
      FD: Symphony No 1 analogue and not DDD, as claimed. Recorded by
      Nürnberg Symphony under Othmar M F Maga and Philharmonia Slavonica
      under Scholz. Listed in Bielefelder Katalog of 1976 (Page 74).

      506.2242
      BOHEMIAN MASTERPIECES
      FD: Carl Stamitz Double Concerto analogue and not DDD, as claimed
      (recorded in Hohenems 19 to 21 September, 1970). Benda Symphony No
      2 also analogue and not DDD. Recorded by Camerata Rhenania under
      Hanspeter Gmür (not Munich Symphony under Adloph) from 19 to 21
      December, 1970.

      506.2243
      MUSICA BOHEMICA
      FD: F X Richter Symphony C Major, Johan (not Carl as stated)
      Stamitz Symphony in E-Flat Major and Johan Stamitz Flute Concerto
      all analogue and not DDD, as claimed. Recorded by Camerata Rhenania
      under Hanspeter Gmür (not by Camerata Romana under Eugen Duvier) in
      July and September 1970.

      506.2258
      FAVOURITE CLASSICAL MINIATURES
      FD: Solveig's Song and Flight of the Bumble Bee not performed by
      London Festival Orchestra.

      506.2189
      J S BACH: Concerti
      FD: Harpsichord Concerto No 2 analogue and not DDD. Recorded by
      Eberhart Kraus and Süddeutsche Kammerorchester Munich under
      Hanspeter Gmür (not Camerata Romana under Eugen Duvier) on 29
      April, 1970. Other concertos also most likely analogue and not DDD.

      506/2191
      BARTOK: Concerto for Orchestra / Piano Concerto No 2
      FD: Concerto from Orchestra analogue and not DDD. Recorded by
      Austrian Radio Symphony under Milan Horvat (not Philharmonia
      Slavonica and Carlos Pantelli) before 1977.

      506.2192
      BEETHOVEN: Symphony No 3 / King Stephen (Overture)
      FD: Overture to King Stephen not performed by London Festival
      Orchestra.

      506.2108
      BEETHOVEN: Symphonies Nos 2 & 5
      FD: Symphony No 2 not performed by London Symphony Orchestra.

      506.2194
      BEETHOVEN: The Creatures of Prometheus
      FD: Analogue and not DDD, as claimed. Recorded by Austrian Radio
      Symphony under Milan Horvat (not Philharmonia Slavonica under
      Carlos Pantelli) before 1977.

      506.2160
      BIZET: Symphony No 1 / L'Arlésienne (Suite No 2)
      FD: Not recorded by London Festival Orchestra.

      506.2196
      BEETHOVEN: Triple Concerto / Variations for Cello and Piano
      FD: Triple Concerto analogue and not DDD (recorded before 1980).

      506.2195
      BEETHOVEN: Piano Concertos Nos 4 & 5
      FD: Piano Concerto No 4 analogue and not DDD, as claimed. Recorded
      in 1980 by Ernst Gröschel with the Nürnberg Symphony under Guenter
      Neidlinger (and not the Süddeutsche Philharmonie under Hanspeter
      Gmür).

      506.2200
      BRUCKNER: Symphony No 4
      FD: Analogue and not DDD, as claimed. Recorded by Austrian Radio
      Symphony under Milan Horvat (not Philharmonia Slavonica under Henry
      Adoph) before 1977.

      506.2199
      BRAHMS: Violin Concerto / Haydn Variations
      FD: Haydn Variations analogue and not DDD, as claimed. Recorded by
      Austrian Radio Symphony under Milan Horvat (not Münchner
      Symphoniker under Helmut Bucher) before 1977.

      506.2173
      BRAHMS: Hungarians Dances Nos 1 -21
      FD: Not performed by London Festival Orchestra.

      506.2116
      CHOPIN: Piano Concerto No 2 / HAYDN: Piano Concerto No 11
      FD: Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 analogue and not DDD as claimed
      (recorded at Henry Wood Hall in London on January 6, 1979). The Los
      Angeles Chamber Orchestra does not perform in the Haydn Concerto,
      as claimed.

      506.2212
      HAYDN: Concerti for King ferdinand IV of Naples
      FD: Analogue and not DDD, as claimed. Recorded by the Camerata
      Rhenania under Hanspeter Gmür (not Camerate Romana under Albrto
      Lizzio) in Bregenz in June 1970.

      506.2209
      HAYDN: Symphonies Nos 92, 95 and 96
      FD: Symphony No 92 analogue and not DDD, as claimed. Recorded by
      Austrian Radio Symphony under Milan Horvat (not Philharmonia
      Slavonica under Henry Adolph) before 1977.

      506.2207
      HAYDN: Symphonies Nos 63, 73 and 97
      FD: Symphony No 73 analogue and not DDD, as claimed. Recorded by
      Austrian Radio Symphony under Milan Horvat (not Süddeutsche
      Philharmonie under Alexander von Pitamic) before 1977.

      506.2205
      HAYDN: Symphonies Nos 30, 48 and 55
      FD: Symphony No 48 is analogue and not DDD, as claimed. This
      symphony was recorded by the Austrian Radio Symphony under Milan
      Horvat (not the Philharmonia Slavonica under Henry Adolph) before
      1977. Symphony No 30 is most likely an old analogue recording (19
      to 21 December, 1970) by the Camerata Rhenania under Hanspeter
      Gmür.

      506.2131, 506.2248, 506.2249
      HANDEL: Concerti Grossi Op 6, Nos 1 -12
      FD: Not conducted by Hans Zanotelli.

      506. 2241
      LISZT: Piano Concertos Nos 1 and 2 / Piano Solo Works
      FD: Piano Concerto No 2 not conducted by Hanspeter Gmür.

      506.2174
      LISZT: Symphonic Poems
      FD: Not performed by London Festival Orchestra.

      506.2213
      MENDELSSOHN: Midsummer Night's Dream / Heimkehr aus der Fremde /
      SCHUBERT: Rosamunde
      FD: Heimkehr aus der Fremde analogue not DDD. Old recording of
      Nürnberg Symphony Orchestra listed in Bielefelder Katalog before
      1980.

      506.2234
      WAGNER: Overtures and Preludes
      FD: The Overture to The Flying Dutchman was recorded by the
      Nürnberg Symphony Orchester under Hanspeter Gmür in 1968 and is
      therefore analogue and not DDD. The Parsifal Prelude was recorded
      by Othmar Maga with the same orchestra at about the same time and
      is therefore also analogue and not digital.

      506.2162
      BEETHOVEN: Symphonies Nos 1 and 8
      FD: Symphony No 1 was recorded by members of the Bamberg Symphony
      Orchestra under Hanspeter Gmür from 25 to 26 April 1970 and not by
      the Ljubljana Radio Symphony under Anton Nanut. This recording is
      therefore analogue and not DDD.
  II  FORUM

      406 051
      BEETHOVEN: Piano Sonatas
      FD: Sonata Op 81a (Les Adieux) not performed by Sylvia Capova.

      462 075/076
      HANDEL: Fireworks Music / Water Music / Concerti Grossi
      FD: Not conducted by Hans Zanotelli, as claimed.

      462 018
      RAVEL * MUSSORGSKY * DEBUSSY
      FD: La Mer is analogue and not DDD, as claimed. Recorded by
      Austrian Radio Symphony under Milan Horvat (not Orchestra
      Radio-Symphonique, Paris under Loic Bertrand) before 1977.

      462 079
      SCHUBERT: Symphonies Nos 5 & 8
      FD: Symphony No 5 not recorded by London Festival Orchestra.

      462 080
      SCHUBERT: Trout Quintet / Impromptus
      FD: Trout Quintet not performed by Sylvia Capova.

      462 060
      TCHAIKOVSKY: Serenade for Strings / Violin Concerto
      FD: Not conducted by Hanspeter Gmür

      472 007
      BALLET MUSIC
      FD: Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet analogue, not DDD as claimed
      (recorded before 1980).

      462 025
      FAMOUS OPERA CHORUSES AND OVERTURES
      FD: None of the works on this CD performed by the London Festival
      Orchestra.

      462 062
      FAMOUS OVERTURES
      FD: None of the works on this CD performed by the London Festival
      Orchestra.

      462 063
      FAMOUS OVERTURES
      FD: None of the works on this CD performed by the London Festival
      Orchestra.

      472 023
      FAMOUS OVERTURES
      FD: The London Philharmonic / Batiz recordings are analogue and not
      DDD, as claimed (recorded before 1980).

      462 024
      VERDI: Overtures and Preludes (Aida / Rigoletto / Traviata)
      FD: Analogue and not DDD as claimed (recorded 1969).

      All other FORUM releases suffer from the same problems as CLASSICAL
      MASTERWORKS IN DIGITAL.
--
Tony Duggan (Staffordshire, UK)
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