“It is Not Noise. It is Music.” Harry Truman's Record Albums

Senator Truman and his daughter Margaret listen to music in their Washington D.C. home, April 1942
Senator Truman and his daughter Margaret listen to music in their Washington D.C. home, April 1942.

Truman Library

 
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Young Harry Truman, ca. 1908

Truman Library

"It is Not Noise. It is Music."
Harry Truman's Record Albums

Music was an essential part of Harry Truman's life from the time he was a young boy. He learned to play the piano at age seven and took lessons from Mrs. E.C. White, a well-respected instructor in Kansas City. Mrs. White once took Harry to see the famous pianist Ignace Jan Paderewski at the Shubert Theatre in Kansas City. After the concert, Paderewski gave Harry a short lesson backstage, an event that left a lasting impression on young Harry. At age 15 he gave up his piano studies, deciding he must "go to work and earn a living."

As a young man, Truman attended many concerts and musicals in Kansas City and often took Bess on dates to the city. In 1912 he wrote to Bess, "How would you like to see the Orpheum road show in the afternoon and then go to dinner somewhere and then go to the Shubert? We could end up the season in one big splash…"

 
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Chopin Favorites, HSTR 5080

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There are some people...who think maybe the country would have been better off if I had gone ahead and become a professional musician. I can't say that I agree with them. –Harry Truman

Throughout his life, Harry Truman played music, listened to music and discussed music with his family and friends. In 1951, President Truman reflected, "I am still very much interested in music and what it does for people. My daughter has some interest in music… My mother was very fond of music, and my father used to sing in the church choir. So I come by my love of music honestly."

Truman was not fond of what he called "modern noise," preferring the traditional classical music of his youth. He collected many records over the years and kept them in his study next to his Magnavox phonograph. Speaking of his favorite composers he said, "[Now] we can get them all on records, of course, and I have several of those...great pianists of the past playing those wonderful things of Mendelssohn and Beethoven, Mozart and Bach and Chopin."

 
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Mozart Operatic Arias, HSTR 575

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Music, Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Mendelssohn… Chopin waltzes…Beautiful harmonies that make you love them. It is not noise. It is music. –Harry Truman

The Trumans amassed a collection of over 680 records—some purchased by the family, others received as gifts. Much of the collection reflects the types of music the family enjoyed, including classical music and Broadway scores. Gifts were received from famous musicians and average citizens who shared Harry Truman's love of music and the piano.

A sampling of the Truman Home record collection can be found by clicking here!

 
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Steinway & Sons grand piano in Truman Home

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A Tanto Amor / Il Mio Lionello. Recorded

1907, Re-Issued 1947

Battistini, Mattia (Baritone) with Orchestra

Abide With Me / Jesus Savior Pilot Me

Hederstrom, Oscar (Baritone) and

Carleton Shaw (Organ)

Abram Chasins Plays His Own Compositions

Chasins, Abram (Piano)

Adamastor, Re Dell' Onde Profonde, Brindisi: O Vin, Discaccia La. Recorded 1911, Re-Issued 1947

Sammarco, G. Mario (Baritone) with Orchestra

Addio Mignon, Fa Core / De' Miei Bollenti Spiriti, Recorded 1906, Re-Issued 1948

De Lucia, Fernando (Tenor) with Piano

Address...January 14, 1956, The Democratic Farm Labor Party Dinner

Truman, Harry S. (Speaker) CBS Radio Network

Adlai Stevenson in Conversation with Arnold Michaelis

Stevenson, Adlai (Speaker)

Ah! Leve-Toi Soleil / La Fleur Que Tu M'avais Jetee. Recorded 1912, Re- Issued 1947

Dalmores, Charles (Tenor) with Orchestra

Ah, Mimi, Tu Piu Non Torni / Parigi, O Cara. Recorded 1910 & 1914, Re-issued

1947

McCormack John (Tenor), G. Mario Sammarco (Baritone), Lucrezia Bori (Soprano), Orchestra

Album of Sacred Music, An

Carr, Rose Ann (Soprano)

Alfred E. Smith Memorial Dinner Excerpts, 10-21-48, Parts 3 & 8. WOR Radio Recording

Truman, Harry (Speaker)

All American Polka / Once (Now & Forever)

Sanders Recording

All Time Hits From the Hills

Arnold, Eddy (Vocalist) and His Tennessee Plowboys

America the Beautiful / Silent Night. "Margaret Truman on 'Carnegie Hall’, American Broadcasting Co. Dec.20, 1949"

Truman, Margaret (Soprano)

American Songs

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) with The Robert Shaw Chorale. Shaw, Robert (Conductor)

American Waltzes

Mantovani and His Orchestra

Antlers Barber Shop Quartet, Vol.1

Antlers, The: Bill Schindler (Baritone), Hap Augsbury (Bass), Jay Morton (Tenor), Barney Brooks (Lead)

April in Paris

Young, Victor and His Singing Strings

Art of Harold Bauer, Vol.01

Bauer, Harold (Piano)

Art of Josef Lhevinne, The

Lhevinne, Josef (Piano)

Art of Paderewski

Paderewski, Jan Ignace (Piano)

Arthur Godfrey 4/19/51 Part I

Sound Recording Studios, Washington,

D.C.

Arthur Godfrey 4/19/51 Part II

Sound Recording Studios, Washington, D. C.

Audio Book of Famous Poems: 74 Great Poems by 38 Great Authors

Miller, Marvin (Reader)

Ave Maria

Christenko, Vladimir (Violin)

Bach: Concerto for Two Violins and Orchestra in D Minor

Heifetz, Jascha (Violin)

Bachianas Brasileiras, No.5

Sayao, Bidu (Soprano), with Cello and Bass. Heitor Villa-Lobos (Conductor)

Barbiere - Una Voce Poco Fa (Rossini)

Galli-Curci, Amelita (Soprano) with Orchestra.

Beethoven: "Archduke" Trio, No.7 in B-Flat Major, Op.97

Rubinstein, Artur (Piano), Jascha Heifetz (Violin), and Emanuel Feuermann (Cello)

Beethoven: "Pathetique" Sonata No.8 in C Minor, Op.13

Rubinstein, Arthur

Beethoven: Concerto No.1 in C, Op.15, 4 discs

Dorfmann, Ania (Piano) with Arturo Toscanini and The NBC Symphony Orchestra

Beethoven: Leonore Overture No.3

NBC Symphony Orchestra, The. Arturo Toscanini (Conductor)

Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata / Mozart: Sonata No.12 in F

Horowitz, Vladimir (Piano)

Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 in E-Flat "Emperor", Op.73

Schioler, Victor (Piano). Danish State Radio Symphony Orchestra, C. Garaguly (Cond)

Beethoven: Sonata in A-Flat Scherzo / Etude Op.10 #12

Gates, George W. III (Pianist)

Beethoven: Sonata in C-Sharp Minor, Op.27, No.2 "Moonlight"

Horowitz, Vladimir

Beethoven: Sonata in C-Sharp Minor, Op.27, No.2 "Moonlight"

Horowitz, Vladimir (Piano)

Beethoven: Sonata in F Minor, Op.57 "Appassionata"

Rubinstein, Artur (Piano)

Beethoven: Sonata No.05 in F, Op.24 "Spring" / Mozart: Sonata No.8 in C, K

Heifetz, Jascha (Violin). Emanuel Bay (Piano)

Beethoven: Symphony No.1 in C Major / Brahms: Tragic Overture

Toscanini, Arturo (Conductor) and The BBC Symphony Orchestra

Beethoven: Symphony No.3 in E-Flat

"Eroica"

Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New

York. Bruno Walter (Conductor)

Beethoven: Symphony No.3 in E-Flat,

Op.55 "Eroica"

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge

Koussevitzky (Conductor)

Beethoven: Symphony No.3 in E-Flat, Op.55 "Eroica", 6 discs, 1950

Toscanini, Arturo and The NBC Symphony Orchestra

Beethoven: Symphony No.9 in D Minor, Op.125

Robert Shaw Chorale and NBC Symphony with Soloists. Arturo Toscanini (Conductor)

Bekin's Show. Tuesday, May 29, '51.

"Aircheck Knx 7:30"

Central Recording Studios

Bell Song (Parts 1 & 2)

Truman, Margaret (Vocal)

Berlioz: Romeo and Juliet

NBC Symphony Orchestra. Arturo Toscanini (Conductor)

Berlioz: Romeo and Juliet, Op.17, 3 discs

Toscanini, Arturo and The NBC Symphony Orchestra

Best of Mark Twain, The. 17 Stories and Sketches

Audio Book Company, St. Joseph, MI

Best of The Great Songs of Christmas (Album 10)

Various Artists

Big Show, The. 12/3/50 (Sides 1 & 10)

NBC Radio-Recording Division, Broadcast

Big Show, The. 12/3/50 (Sides 2 & 11)

NBC Radio-Recording Division, Broadcast

Big Show, The. 12/3/50 (Sides 3 & 12)

NBC Radio-Recording Division, Broadcast

Big Show, The. 12/3/50 (Sides 4 & 13)

NBC Radio-Recording Division, Broadcast

Big Show, The. 12/3/50 (Sides 5 & 14)

NBC Radio-Recording Division, Broadcast

Big Show, The. 12/3/50 (Sides 6 & 15)

NBC Radio-Recording Division, Broadcast

Big Show, The. 12/3/50 (Sides 7 & 16)

NBC Radio-Recording Division, Broadcast.

Big Show, The. 12/3/50 (Sides 8 & 17)

NBC Radio-Recording Division, Broadcast.

Big Show, The. 12/3/50 (Sides 9 & 18)

Nbc Radio-Recording Division, Broadcast.

Bizet: Carmen - Excerpts

Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra with Soloists. George Sebastian (Conductor)

Bizet: Carmen - Excerpts Stevens, Rise (Carmen), Jobin, Raoul (Don Jose), and Weede, Robert (Escamillo)

Sebastian, George (Conductor). The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus

Bizet: Suite From L'arlesienne / Suite From Carmen

London Philharmonic Orchestra, The. Edward Van Beinum and Anthony Collins (Conductors)

Blue Danube Waltz / Think of Pleasant Things

Russ Carlyle's Orchestra

Blues Cross Country

Lee, Peggy (Vocal). Jones, Quincy

(Conductor)

Bob Ralston Plays His Most Requested

Songs

Ralston, Bob (Organ)

Bombardon's Song / Wolfram's Ansprache

Goritz ,Otto (Baritone) with Orchestra, and with String Quartet and Harp

Brahms: Concerto No.1 in D Minor for Piano and Orchestra, Op.15

Curzon, Clifford (Piano). National Symphony Orchestra. Enrique Jorda (Conductor)

Brahms: Piano Sonatas Op.1 and Op.2, Scherzo Op.4

List, Eugene (Piano)

Brahms: Symphony No.1 in C Minor, Op.68

Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra. Leopold Stokowski (Conductor)

Brahms: Variations On A Theme By Haydn

/ Franck: Symphonic Variations

Wurttemberg State Orchestra and Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra. Ferdinand Leitner and Eduard Van Beinum (Conductors)

Brimful of Love / Locked Love

Scovel, Naomi (Soloist, Composer, and Lyricist), Midwestern Recording Studios, Kansas City

Brindisi, Leggiero Invisibile. Recorded 1906 & 1907, Re-Issued 1947

Schumann-Heink, Ernestine (Contralto) with Orchestra

By Request Nelson Eddy (Baritone)

Armbruster, Robert (Conductor)

Call Me Madam

Shore, Dinah (Vocal) and The Original Broadway Company. Jay Blackton (Director)

Carnegie Pops Program

Carnegie Pops Orchestra, Charles O’Connell, Walter Hendl, David Brockman and Maurice Abravanel (Conductors)

Carnegie Pops Program II

Carnegie Pops Orchestra, Charles O’Connell (Conductor)

Caro Nome

Truman, Margaret (Likely)

Carousel - Selections from the Theatre Guild Musical Play Carousel Orchestra and Chorus, with Soloists

Littau, Joseph (Director)

Century of Valor

Barkley, John (Speaker). WDAF Radio and Television, Kansas City, MO

Charmant L'oiseau

Truman, Margaret (Soprano). Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Charmant Oiseau / La Fauvette

Truman, Margaret (Soprano)

Charmant Oiseau / La Fauvette

Truman, Margaret (Soprano). Carnegie

Hall Auditorium Test Record

Charmant Oiseau / Unknown Title

Truman, Margaret (Likely)

Charmante Oiseau, Cielito Lindo

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) with The

Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Chiffon Swing

Willson, Meredith and His Orchestra

Chocolate Soldier

Stevens, Rise (Mezzo-Soprano) and Nelson Eddy (Baritone) with Orchestra. Robert Armbruster (Conductor)

Chopin - Liszt Album

Horowitz, Vladimir (Piano)

Chopin Favorites

First Piano Quartet, The

Chopin Mazurkas...Polonaises

Malcuzynski, Witold (Piano)

Chopin Piano Concerto No. 2 in F Minor, Op. 21, Fantasie in F Minor, Op. 49

Malcuzynski, Witold (Piano) Kletzki, Paul (Conductor)

Chopin Piano Recital

Arrau, Claudio, with Lili Kraus and Eileen Joyce (Pianos)

Chopin Piano Recital

Malcuzynski, Witold (Piano)

Chopin Polonaise in A Flat, Op.53, No.6

Slencyznska, Ruth (Piano)

Chopin Sonata in G Minor for Cello and Piano / A Piatigorsky Recital

Piatigorsky, Gregor (Cello), Ralph Berkowitz (Piano)

Chopin Waltzes

Novaes, Guiomar (Piano)

Chopin Waltzes, Volume I

Brailowsky, Alexander (Piano)

Chopin Works

Various Artists

Chopin: Concerto No. 1 in E Minor for Piano and Orchestra

Kilenyi, Edward (Piano) with The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. Dimitri Mitropoulos (Conductor)

Chopin: Concerto No. 1, in E Minor, Op. 11, 6 discs

Brailowsky, Alexander (Piano)

Chopin: Concerto No.2 in F Minor, Op.21

Rubinstein, Artur (Piano). NBC Symphony Orchestra. William Steinberg (Conductor)

Chopin: Etudes, Op. 25 / Trois Nouvelles Etudes

Novaes, Guiomar (Piano)

Chopin: Etudes, Op. 25, 8 discs

Brailowsky, Alexander (Piano)

Chopin: Etudes, Op. 25.

Kilenyi, Edward (Piano)

Chopin: Les Sylphides Ballet Music

London Philharmonic Orchestra, The. Malcolm Sargent (Conductor)

Chopin: Preludes, Op.28

Rubinstein, Artur (Piano)

Chopin: Sonata in B-Flat Minor, Op. 35

Rubinstein, Arthur (Piano)

Chopin: Sonata No.2 in B-Flat Minor, Op.35

Kilenyi, Edward (Piano)

Chopin: The Complete Works for Piano, Volume I (Miscellaneous Compositions)

Arrau, Claudio (Piano)

Chopin: Waltz in C-Sharp Minor /

Debussy: Fireworks Rockhill Radio Recording, No rpm

Franceschi, Vera (Piano)

Chopin: Waltzes (Op.69-70 & Posthumous) Volume 2

Brailowsky, Alexander (Piano)

Christmas Carols

Sonora Choristers (Choir). Eugene Mott (Director)

Christmas Carols, 3 discs

Hour of Charm All-Girl Orchestra and Choir, The. Phil Spitalny (Director)

Christmas Eve / Isaiah: Ch. 40, Psalm 23

Riepma, Rev. Sears F.

Christmas Favorites

Three Suns, The (Vocal)

Cielito Lindo - Charmant Oiseau / The Last Rose of Summer

Truman, Margaret (Soprano)

Cielito Lindo - Charmant Oiseau / The Last Rose of Summer

Truman, Margaret (Soprano). Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Cielito Lindo / The Last Rose of Summer

Truman, Margaret (Soprano). Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Cielito Lindo. KCMO Radio, Kansas City. Broadcast Recording

Truman, Margaret (Soprano). Detroit Symphony

Claude Debussy, Fifteen Piano Pieces

Gieseking, Walter (Piano)

Claude Thornhill Encores

Thornhill, Claude and His Orchestra

Claudia Muzio Operatic Recital

Muzio, Claudia (Soprano). Lorenzo Molajoli (Conductor)

Coates: London Again - Suite Columbia Symphony Orchestra

Coates, Eric (Conductor)

Complete Chopin Etudes

Brailowsky, Alexander (Piano)

Concerto No. 2 in B-Flat Major for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 83 (Brahms)

Istomin, Eugene (Piano). The Philadelphia Orchestra. Ormandy, Eugene (Conductor)

Confederacy, The. (Based on Music of the South, 1861-1865)

National Gallery Orchestra with Choir and Soloists. Rev. Edmund Jennings Lee (Narrator). Richard Bales (Conductor)

Cool Water / Stars and Stripes on Iwo Jima

Sons of The Pioneers (Vocals) with Instrumental Accompaniment

Coppelia Waltz (Delibes)

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) with Arthur Fiedler

Cy Walter...At The Drake Room Piano

Walter, Cy (Piano)

Darryl F. Zanuck's "The Longest Day" (Original Film Soundtrack)

Thomas, Lowell and 42 Cast Members of The Motion Picture (Narrators)

David Oistrakh and Isaac Sternoistrakh

Stern, David and Isaac (Violins), Philadelphia Orchestra. Eugene

Ormandy (Conductor)

David Rose Serenades

Rose, David and His Orchestra

Debussy: En Blanc Et Noir, 2 discs

Iturbi, Jose and Amparo (Duo-Piano)

Decca Presents A Group of Noel Coward Songs Sung By Hildegarde

Hildegarde (Vocalist) with Orchestra. Ray Sinatra (Director)

Dedication of Hosp[ital] Planes

Truman, Bess (Speaker)

Dedication of The Harry S. Truman Library

Truman, Harry S. (Speaker). CBS Radio Network

Delibes: Sylvia - Ballet Music BBC Theater Orchestra

Robinson, Stanford (Conductor)

Delius: Brigg Fair, an English Rhapsody

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Sir Thomas Beecham (Conductor)

Der Neugierige / Die Ehre Gottes Aus Der Natur

Schiffeler, Curt (Vocal)

Der Neugierige / Morgen

Schiffeler, Curt (Vocal). Thornton Wilder (Piano)

Der Nussbaum / Du Bist Wie Eine Blume (Schumann)

Schiffeler, Curt (Vocal)

Desert Song - Selections

Felix Knight (Vocals) with Chorus and Orchestra

Detroit Symphony Orchestra Featuring Miss Margaret Truman, March 14, 1947,

Parts 1 & 3

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) Karl Kreuger (Conductor), The Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Detroit Symphony Orchestra Featuring Miss Margaret Truman, March 14, 1947,

Parts 2 & 4

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) Karl Kreuger (Conductor), The Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Detroit Symphony Orchestra Featuring Miss Margaret Truman, March 14, 1947,

Parts 5 & 6

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) Karl Kreuger (Conductor), The Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Dinner Address. CBS Radio Network.

Truman, Harry (Speaker)

Dio Possente / Eri Tu Che Macchiavi Quell' Anima

Ancona, Mario (Baritone) with Orchestra

Dio Possente / Eri Tu Che Macchiavi Quell' Anima

Ancona, Mario (Baritone) with Orchestra

Dite Alla Giovine, Imponete. Recorded 1914, Re-Issued 1947

Hempel, Frieda (Soprano) and Pasquale Amato (Baritone) with Orchestra

Do You Remember?

Gould, Morton and His Orchestra

Don Giovanni - Batti, Batti (Mozart)

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) with Arthur Fiedler

Donizetti: Daughter of the Regiment Metropolitan Opera Orchestra

Pons, Lily (Soprano). Pietro Cimara (Conductor)

Don't Let 'Em Take It Away

Sour, Bob and Bernie Wayne (Vocals)

Dorothy Kirsten Sings Victor Herbert Melodies

Kirsten, Dorothy (Soprano) With Orchestra and Chorus. Russ Case (Director)

Dorwin Baird Interviews Margaret Truman

/ I Can Hear It Now

Margaret Truman, Edward R. Murrow, World Leaders

Du Bist Die Ruh' / Die Mainacht

Schiffeler, Curt (Vocal)

Duet

Truman, Margaret (Likely)

Dvorak Symphony No. 4 in G Major, Op. 88 "The New World”

Walter, Bruno (Conductor). The Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York

Dvorak: New World Symphony

Philadelphia Orchestra, The. Eugene Ormandy (Conductor)

Early Italian Piano Music

Franceschi, Vera (Piano)

Eddie Fisher. Box Addressed To: "The President, The White House”

Fisher, Eddie (Vocal) with Orchestra and Chorus. Winterhalter, Hugo (Director)

Eddy Duchin Reminisces

Duchin, Eddy (Piano) with Rhythm Accompaniment

El Sol Del Anima / Quartet From "Rigoletto"

Edward A. Roche Recording, 3d & 4d

Electrical Living Show, Miss Mary Jane Truman (1949). Radio Broadcast Recording

Truman, Mary Jane (Speaker)

Eleven Presidents Speak Actual Voices of “Every President From Cleveland To Eisenhower”

Various Presidents, Columbia Transcription Xtv-25207-25208

Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance Marches Nos. 1, 2, 3, & 4

Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Sir Ernest Macmillan (Conductor)

Emmerich Kalman Suite

Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra. Reinshagen, Victor (Conductor)

Encores By Artur Rubinstein

Rubinstein, Artur (Piano)

End of an Era of 1/16/53 (Parts 1 & 2)

NBC Radio-Recording Division, News Broadcast

End of an Era of 1/16/53 (Parts 3 & 4)

NBC Radio-Recording Division, News Broadcast

Erroll Garner Closeup in Swing

Garner, Erroll (Pianist)

Es Ist Ein Reis Entsprungen / O Du Forhliche, O Du Selige / Stille Nacht

Mastreechter Staar (Royal Male Choir, Amsterdam) Koekelkoren, Martin (Director/Conductor)

Estrallita / Annie Laurie

Truman, Margaret (Soprano)

Ethel Merman: Annie Get Your Gun (Berlin)

Merman, Ethel with Ray Middleton and Original Broadway Cast (Vocals)

Eugene List Plays Brahms

List, Eugene (Piano)

Fala Nana Bambin, By The Waters of

Minnetonka Recording

Truman, Margaret (Vocal)

Faust - Air Des Bijoux (Gounod)

Melba, Mme. Nellie (Soprano), Victor

Orchestra

Favorite Christmas Songs, 3 discs

Day, Dennis (Tenor) and The Mitchell Boy Choir

Feeback Story, The. Chuckwagon Corral, Benjamin Stables, WDAF Radio and Television, Kansas City, 1961

Jester, Eddie (MC)

Ferde Grofe Conducts His Grand Canyon Suite

Grofe, Ferde with The Capitol Symphony Orchestra

Ferruccio Tagliavini Sings Operatic Arias

Tagliavini, Ferruccio (Tenor). Antal Dorati (Conductor)

First Degree, 2/2/55, By Mischa Bakaleinikoff

Bakaleinikoff, Mischa (Performed By)

First Piano Quartet Encores

First Piano Quartet

Five Compositions by Samuel Kaylin Lundberg

Lundberg, Trilby (Piano), David Frisina (Violin), Salli Terri (Alto)

Flat River, Missouri / I've Been To Hollywood

Shay, Dorothy "The Park Avenue Hillbilly" (Vocal) with Orchestra. M. Russell (Conductor)

For Love & Sweet Liberty

Longnecker, Charles M. (Composer)

For Your Listening Pleasure

Hollywood Symphony Orchestra, The. Alfred Newman (Conductor)

Forty Fabulous Fingers

Original Piano Quartet, The

Four Rachmaninoff Concertos, The Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini

Rachmaninoff, Sergei (Piano). The Philadelphia Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski and Eugene Ormandy (Conductors)

French Operatic Arias

Teyte, Maggie (Soprano) with The RCA Victor Orchestra. Jean Paul Morel (Conductor)

From a Program of Chopin Piano Music

Horowitz, Vladimir (Piano)

Gavotte (Popper)

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) with Arthur Fiedler

Gems From Sigmund Romberg Shows

Rowe, Genevieve (Soprano), Lillian Cornell (Mezzo-Soprano), Lawrence Brooks (Baritone). Sigmund Romberg (Conductor)

George Gershwin: An American in Paris / Rhapsody in Blue

Kingsway Symphony Orchestra, The with Arthur Sandford (Piano), Salvatore “Tutti” Camarata (Conductor)

Georges Enesco Romanian Rhapsodies

National Symphony Orchestra. Eugene

Ormandy and Hans Kindler (Conductors)

Gershwin: Concerto in F / Rhapsody in Blue

List, Eugene (Pianist) with The Eastman- Rochester Symphony Orchestra. Howard

Hanson (Conductor)

Gershwin: Concerto in F / Rhapsody in Blue. "For President Truman, Sincere Good Wishes, Eugene List”

List, Eugene (Pianist) With The Eastman- Rochester Symphony Orchestra. Howard Hanson (Conductor)

Gershwin: Concerto in F for Piano and Orchestra

Levant, Oscar (Piano) Andre Kostelanetz (Conductor). The Philharmonic- Symphony Orchestra of New York

Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue

Andre Kostelanetz Orchestra. Alec Templeton (Piano) Andre Kostelanetz (Conductor)

Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue

Iturbi, Jose and Amparo (Pianos). RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra. Jose Iturbi (Conductor)

Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue / An American in Paris

Levant, Oscar (Piano). E. Ormandy & A. Rodzinski (Conductors). The Philadelphia Orchestra, The Philharmonic - Symphony Orchestra of New York

Gia I Sacerdoti / Aida A Me Togliesti. Recorded 1910, Re-Issued 1948

Homer, Louise (Mezzo-Soprano) and Enrico Caruso (Tenor)

Gilbert & Sullivan - Excerpts

Richard Crean Orchestra. Richard Crean (Conductor)

Gilbert & Sullivan Overtures

Godfrey, Isidore (Conductor). The New Promenade Orchestra

Gilbert & Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore Chorus and Orchestra

Carte, Rupert D'oyly (Director)

Gilbert & Sullivan: The Mikado

Various Performers, D'oyly Carte Opera Orchestra, The. Isidore Godfrey and R. D'oyly Carte (Conductors)

Giuseppe De Luca Italian Art Songs

De Luca, Giuseppe (Baritone)

Golden Jubilee Concert, Metropolitan Opera House, November 28 1937

Hofmann, Josef (Piano)

Golden Springtime / Smilin' Thru

Truman, Margaret (Vocal)

Gottschalk: The Banjo and Other Piano Works

List, Eugene (Piano)

Gottschalk: The Banjo, Bamboula, and Other Works for Piano

List, Eugene (Piano)

Gounod: Faust, Volume I

Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra of L'opera,

Paris. Henri Busser (Conductor)

Gounod: Faust, Volume II

Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra of L'opera, Paris. Henri Busser (Conductor)

Governor Bricker's Acceptance Speech (Part 5). CBS Radio Affiliate WHIO Dayton, Ohio

Bricker, John (Speaker)

Governor Bricker's Acceptance Speech (Part 6) CBS Radio Affiliate WHIO Dayton, Ohio

Bricker, John (Speaker)

Governor Bricker's Acceptance Speech (Parts 1 & 3). CBS Radio Affiliate WHIO Dayton, Ohio

Bricker, John (Speaker)

Great Masters of The Keyboard - Volume V Mahler, Reger, R. Strauss and Scriabin Playing Their Own Compositions

Mahler, Reger, R. Strauss and Scriabin

Great Masters of the Keyboard, Volume I

Debussy, Claude, Gabriel Faure, Maurice Ravel (Pianos)

Great Masters of the Keyboard, Volume II

Saint-Saens, Camille and Ferruccio Busoni (Piano)

Great Masters of the Keyboard, Volume III

Grieg, E., T. Leschetizky,E. D'albert, A. Nikish, M. Reger (Pianos)

Great Masters of The Keyboard, Volume IV

Paderewski, De Pachmann, De Falla, Granados, Scharwenka and Marshall (Piano)

Great Masters of The Keyboard, Volume IV

Various Artists

Great Masters of The Keyboard, Volume V

Strauss, Richard, Gustav Mahler, Alexander Scriabin and Max Reger (Piano)

Great Songs of Christmas, Album 3

Various Artists

Groundhog Report, Truman Membership Presentation, WSBA Radio Broadcast Programs "Beasley World News" and "The World At Midday”

Unknown Speakers

Guys and Dolls - Selections Various Soloists

Guild Choristers, The, with Orchestra. Goodman, Al (Conductor)

H.M.S. Pinafore (Gilbert and Sullivan)

Goodman, Al and His Orchestra with Soloists

Habanera / Chanson Du Tigre Gerville- Reache,

Jeanne (Contralto) with Orchestra

Handel: The Messiah Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Huddersfield Choral Society, with Soloists. Sir Malcolm Sargent (Conductor)

Handel: The Messiah, Volumes I & II

Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Huddersfield Choral Society with Soloists. Sir Malcolm Sargent

(Conductor)

Happy Birthday! [Piano Selections] "For President Truman, with Admiration and Respect, Ervin Laszlo"

Laszlo, Ervin (Piano). Private Recording

Harp by Harpo

Marx, Harpo (Harpist), Raymond Sinatra's Orchestra and Chorus. Raymond Sinatra (Conductor)

Harry S Truman From NBC (Parts 1 & 3) NBC Radio Affiliate WLW Cincinnati

Truman, Harry (Speaker)

Harry S Truman From NBC (Parts 2 & 4) NBC Radio Affiliate WLW Cincinnati

Truman, Harry (Speaker)

Harry Truman Birthday Documentary. "Harry Truman Birthday Documentary, Broadcast 7:05 P.M. May 9, 1959, Over [Radio Station]”

WIP-Philadelphia, Robinson Recording Labs

Harry Truman in The Soo. Northern Network, WSOO Radio

Truman, Harry (Speaker)

Haydn: Symphony No.101, in D ("Clock")

NBC Symphony Orchestra. Arturo Toscanini (Conductor)

Heart of the Ballet

Stokowski, Leopold and His Symphony Orchestra. Leopold Stokowski (Conductor)

Heart of the Piano Concerto

Sanroma, The. Jesus Maria (Piano), Boston Pops Orchestra. Arthur Fiedler (Conductor)

Heart of The Symphony

Boston Pops Orchestra, The. Arthur Fiedler (Conductor)

Hi Jinx Show: "Miss Bankhead", Parts 3 and 6. NBC Reference Recording

McCrary, Ted and Jinx (Hosts)

Hi Jinx: The Truman Story. NBC Reference Recording. "Miss Margaret Truman Blair House Washington D.C. From Ted & Jinx McCrary January 19, 1949”

McCrary, Ted and Jinx (Hosts)

Hoe Leit Dit Kindeken / Slaap Nu Mijn Jezuke

Mastreechter Staar (Royal Male Choir, Amsterdam) Koekelkoren, Martin (Director/Conductor)

Hollywood in Rhythm

Coniff, Ray and His Orchestra

Holst: The Planets Suite, Op.32

BBC Symphony Orchestra, Sir Adrian

Boult (Conductor)

Homage to Percy Grainger

List, Eugene (Piano)

Honorable Harry S. Truman. June 11,

1955. CBS Radio Network Address To

The Northwest Regional Conference of Democrats

Truman, Harry S (Speaker)

Horowitz: The 25th Anniversary of His American Debut

Horowitz, Vladimir (Piano)

Hymns We Love

Eddy, Nelson (Baritone) with Theodore Paxson (Organ)

I Can Hear It Now, Volume I (1933-1945)

Murrow, Edward R. (Narrator). Various World Leaders and Personalities

I Can Hear It Now, Volume II (1945-1949)

Murrow, Edward R. (Narrator). Various World Leaders and Personalities

I Can Hear It Now, Volume III (1919-1932)

Murrow, Edward R. (Narrator). Various World Leaders and Personalities

I Hear America Singing

Thomas, John Charles (Baritone)

I Wish I Had a Daddy in the White House / The Old Soft Shoe

Kallen, Kitty (Vocalist) George Siravo (Conductor), The George Siravo Orchestra

I'd Give A Million Million Dollars

Marie, Junie (Vocal), Dream Valley Boys (Accompaniment)

Il Mio Tesoro, Per Viver Vicino A Maria. Recorded 1916 & 1910, Re-Issued 1947

McCormack, John (Tenor) with Orchestra

I'm From Missouri

Cohan, Mary (Vocalist and Pianist). Dick Charles Recording

I'm Gonna Hang Up Mommy's Stocking / Funny Little Snow Man

Sabatino, Bobby (Vocal) and The Charles Kenny Orchestra

Inaugural Address, President Truman. January 20, 1949. Wilcox-Gay Corporation

Truman, Harry (Speaker)

Indian Love Call / Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life

Macdonald, Jeanette and Nelson Eddy with Orchestra. Nathaniel Shilkret (Conductor)

Interlude with Lorry Raine

Raine, Lorry (Vocal). Nelson Riddle and Russ Garcia (Conductors)

Interview - Iowa Tall Corn Network

Truman, Margaret (Speaker)

Interview, WDAF Radio Broadcast

Truman, Margaret and Dorothy Crewe (Speakers)

Investigator, The

Unknown Artist

Invocation / Le Lazzarone - Le Flibustier

Plancon Pol (Bass) with Piano

It Takes A Long Tall Brown Skin Gal / Honey Chile Inscribed "Memories of The 129 F. A. Band, Camp Doniphan, Ft. Sill,

Okla., Arthur W. Willson"

Four Blues, The [Jazz Quartet]

Ite Sul Colle, O Druidi! / Son Lo Spirito Che Nega, Recorded 1912 & 1926, Re- issued 1948

Chaliapin, Feodor (Bass) with Orchestra and Chorus. Vincenzo Bellezza (Conductor)

Jalousie / Beat Out Dat Rhythm On A Drum

Carlisle, Kitty (Vocal) with Orchestra. Morgan, Russ (Director)

James Melton in Operatic Arias

Melton, James (Tenor)

Jascha Heifetz Collection, A.

Heifetz, Jascha (Violin) with Piano and Orchestra

Jelly Bean / Dark Town Poker Club

Harris, Phil and His Orchestra

Jerome Kern Melodies

Decca Salon Orchestra, The. Harry Horlick (Conductor)

Joe Glazer, "The Political Minstrel" and His Guitar

Glazer, Joe

Jose and Amparo Iturbi Play Music on Two Pianos

Iturbi, Jose and Amparo (Duo-Piano)

Jose Iturbi

Iturbi, Jose (Piano)

Josef Fidelman Plays - Recital No. 2. On Label: "The Honorable and Mrs. Harry S. Truman Josef Fidelman"

Fidelman, Josef (Piano)

Keyboard Giants of The Past

Various Artists

Keyboard Giants of The Past."From Paul & Madeline Rider Dayton, Ohio, Ack'd 6- 17-64 HST”

Various Artists

Khachaturian: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (1936)

Kapell, William (Pianist) Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor). The Boston Symphony Orchestra

Khachaturian: Gayne - Ballet Suites Nos. 1 & 2

Kurtz, Efrem (Conductor). The Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York

Korean Community Hour Radio, KPOA Radio Broadcast

Unknown Artist

Kostelanetz Strings

Kostelanetz, Andre and His Orchestra

Kreisler Favorites and Paganini Caprices

Francescatti, Zino (Violin), Artur Balsam (Piano)

Lafayette College Choir

Lafayette College Choir with Orchestra. Raymond, John D. (Director)

Lalo: Symphonie Espagnole in D Minor Op. 21 / Brach: Violin Concerto in G Minor. "To President Harry S. Truman, From a Grateful Citizen, Isaac Stern

1953.”

Stern, Isaac (Violin). Eugene Ormandy (Conductor)

L'amour Est Une Vertu Rare / Depuis Le Jour

Garden Mary (Soprano), with Orchestra Accompaniment

Last Rose of Summer Dub

Truman, Margaret (Likely)

Last Rose of Summer, The Detroit Symphony Orchestra. ABC Radio Broadcast, Recorded by KCMO Radio, Kansas City

Truman, Margaret (Soprano)

Latin-American Rhythms

Ros, Edmundo and His Orchestra

Lawrence Tibbett Program

Tibbett, Lawrence (Baritone) with Orchestra. Various Conductors

Les Chemins D'amour / How Do I Love Thee

Swarthout, Gladys (Mezzo-Soprano). Gibner King (Piano)

Les Filles De Cadiz (Delibes)

Truman, Margaret (Soprano)

Liberace and His Priceless Piano

Liberace (Piano)

Liberace Christmas, A

Liberace (Piano)

Lily Pons Program

Pons, Lily (Soprano). Pietro Cimara and Maurice Abravanel (Conductors)

Lincoln Preface, A

Sandburg, Carl (Speaker)

Liszt Hungarian Fantasia (for Piano and Orchestra)

Kilenyi, Edward (Piano) and The Grand Orchestre Philharmonique De Paris. Selmar Meyrowitz (Conductor)

Loaded Pistols, Loaded Dice / Now You've Gone and Hurt My Southern Pride

Harris, Phil and His Orchestra

Lohengrin - Narrative / Siegmund's Love Song - Der Lenz - Die Walkure

Schiffeler, Curt (Vocal)

Lucia - Il Dolce Suono (Donizetti)

Galli-Curci, Amelita (Soprano) with Flute Obbligato and Orchestra

Lucia - Mad Scene, Il Dolce Suono (Donizetti)

Tetrazzini, Luisa (Soprano) with Flute Obbligato and Orchestra

L'ultima Canzone / Serenata (Tosti)

Pinza, Ezio (Bass). Gibner King (Piano)

Luncheon for the President (Strauss and Gershwin Selections)

Boston Pops Symphony, Army Air Forces Symphony Orchestra

Margaret Truman (Five Arias)

Truman, Margaret (Soprano), with Flute Obligato. Edward A. Roche

Margaret Truman (French Folk Songs)

Truman, Margaret (Soprano), with Flute

Obbligato

Margaret Truman (The Marriage of Figaro)

Truman, Margaret (Soprano)

Margaret Truman From "Mile of Dimes"

Program

Truman, Margaret (Speaker)

Margaret Truman in American Songs

Truman, Margaret (Soprano). Robert Shaw Chorale

Margaret Truman On "Carnegie Hall", ABC Radio Broadcast, Recorded By KCMO Radio, Kansas City

Truman, Margaret (Vocal)

Margaret Truman Program, A

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) with The RCA Victor Orchestra. Fiedler, Arthur (Conductor)

Margaret Truman, Author in The News, 1966

Truman, Margaret (Speaker)

Margaret Truman: American Songs

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) with The Robert Shaw Chorale and The RCA Victor Orchestra. Shaw, Robert (Conductor)

Maxwell House Coffee Time Burns

Allen, George and Gracie (Speakers) and others

Meet The Composer: Igor Stravinsky Conducting and Playing His Own Works

Stravinsky, Igor (Violin and Conductor) with The Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York, The Woody Herman Orchestra and Joseph Szigeti (Violin)

Melody Time

Crean, Richard and His Orchestra

Mendelssohn: Concerto in E Minor, Op. 64

Heifetz, Jascha (Violin). Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Sir Thomas Beecham (Conductor)

Mighty Fortress Is Our God / Beautiful Savior

Hederstrom, Oscar (Baritone) and Carleton Shaw (Organ)

Milhaud: Saudades Do Brazil / Concerto No. 4 for Piano and Orchestra

Skolovsky, Zadel (Pianist), Darius Milhaud (Conductor). The Orchestre National De La Radiodiffusion Francais

Minuet Op. No.1 (Paderewski) / Minuet, 2 Preludes (Chopin). Private recording.

Gates, George W. (Pianist)

Miss Margaret Truman

Truman, Margaret (Speaker)

Miss Margaret Truman Debut at Carnegie Hall

Truman, Margaret (Soprano)

Missouri Waltz (Dixieland Arrangement) /

Basin St. Blues, WNOE Broadcast Recording

Aube, Jocelyn and Sam De Kemel

Missouri Waltz / Cincinnati Rag

Little, "Big" Tiny (Piano) with Orchestra

Modern American Music

Willson, Meredith (Conductor). The Meredith Willson Concert Orchestra

Modern Band Festival

Leeds Concert Band, Peter Todd (Conductor)

Moussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition, 3 discs

Horowitz, Vladimir (Piano)

Moussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition, 4 discs

Horowitz, Vladimir (Piano)

Mozart Operatic

Ariassteber, Eleanor (Soprano)

Mozart: Complete Works for Piano Solo, Album I

Giesking, Walter (Piano)

Mozart: Complete Works for Piano Solo, Album XI

Giesking, Walter (Piano)

Mozart: Complete Works for Solo Piano, Album 5

Giesking, Walter (Piano)

Mozart: Concerto in E-Flat Major for Two Pianos and Orchestra, K

Casadesus, Robert and Gaby (Duo- Pianos) George Szell (Conductor), The Columbia Symphony Orchestra

Mozart: Concerto in E-Flat Major for Two Pianos and Orchestra, K. 365

Vronsky and Babin (Duo-Pianos), Lhevinne, Vronksky and Babin (on Three Pianos). Dimitri Mitropoulos and Thomas

K. Scherman (Conductors)

Mozart: Concerto No. 18 in B-Flat Major Or Piano and Orchestra, K. 456

Kraus, Lili (Piano) and Syzmon Goldberg (Violin) Walter Goehr (Conductor). The London Philharmonic Orchestra

Mozart: Divertimento No.15 in B-Flat, K.287

NBC Symphony Orchestra. Arturo Toscanini (Conductor)

Mozart: Serenade in G Major ("Eine Kleine Nachtmusik")

London Symphony Orchestra. Felix Weingartner (Conductor)

Mozart: Six Sonatas for Piano and Violin

Kraus, Lili (Piano). Szymon Goldberg (Violin)

Mozart: Sonata No.10 in B-Flat Major / Beethoven: Sonata No.5 in F, Op.24

Belmor, Victor (Violin). Lionel De Leon (Piano)

Mozart: Sonatas No. 12 in F, No. 13 in B- Flat, No. 14 in C Minor, No. 17 in D

Casadesus, Robert (Piano)

Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G Minor

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Fritz Reiner (Conductor)

Mozart: Symphony No.35 in D

NBC Symphony Orchestra. Arturo

Toscanini (Conductor)

Mr. Boston - Six Notable Addresses by the Honorable James M. Curley

Curley, James M. (Speaker)

Mrs. Harry S. Truman, March of Dimes Show

Truman, Bess (Speaker)

Mrs. Harry S. Truman, March of Dimes Show

Truman, Bess (Speaker)

Music of Ernesto Lecuona

First Piano Quartet, The

Music of Fritz Kreisler / Music of Sigmund Romberg

Kostelantz, Andre and His Orchestra

Music of Irving Berlin, The

Yorke, Peter and His Concert Orchestra

Music of Sigmund Romberg. "To Margareth Marie [Sic], From Another Music Lover, Sincerely/Sigmund Romberg, Washington D.C., March 12/49.”

Kostelanetz, Andre and His Orchestra

Music of Victor Herbert

Kostelanetz, Victor and His Orchestra

Music to Remember

Iturbi, Jose (Piano)

Music to Remember

Truman, Margaret (Interview) with Estelle Blanar

Music to Remember From the Life of Chopin by Jose Iturbi

Iturbi, Jose (Piano)

Musical Comedy Favorites

Kostelanetz, Andre and His Orchestra

My Best To You / Anniversary Song

Russell, Andy (Vocal) with Orchestra, P. Weston (Director)

My God and I / Whispering Hope

Hederstrom, Oscar (Baritone) and Carleton Shaw (Organ)

My Johann (Grieg)

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) with Arthur Fiedler

My Missouri

U.S. Air Force Band, M/Sgt Abrasha Robofsky (Soloist), Maj. George S. Howard (Conductor).

My Mother Bids Me Bind My Hair / Little Shepherd Song in A Luxembourg Garden

Truman, Margaret (Soprano)

National Cultural Center Presents: U.S. Air Force Band & The Singing Sergeants

U.S. Air Force Band and The Singing Sergeants

National Cultural Center Presents: U.S. Army Band & U.S. Army Chorus

U.S. Army Band and The U.S. Army Chorus

National Cultural Center Presents: U.S. Navy Band & The Sea Chanters

U.S. Navy Band and The Sea Chanters

Nelson Eddy: Songs of Friml From "Northwest Outpost"

Eddy, Nelson (Baritone) with Orchestra

and Chorus. Robert Armbruster (Director)

Nobil Signors, Saluta! / Die Allmacht, Recorded 1905 & 1909, Re-Issued 1947

Homer, Louise (Contralto) with Piano and Orchestra

Nobody Knows / Deep River

Mastreechter Staar (Royal Male Choir, Amsterdam) Koekelkoren, Martin (Director, Conductor)

Nuestro Regimento / De Ti Enamorao

Capo, Bobby & El Trio Vegabajeno Y Orquestra

O Cieli Azzurri / Ma Dall'arido Stelo Divulsa

Boninsegna, Celestina (Soprano) with Orchestra

O Don Fatale! / The Hills O' Skye. Recorded 1911, Re-Issued 1948

Spencer, Janet (Contralto) with Orchestra

O Don Fatale! / The Hills O'Skye

Spencer, Janet (Contralto) with Orchestra

O Souverain, O Juge, O Pere / Addio Alla Madre Martin

Martin, Riccardo (Tenor) with Orchestra

O Vecchio Cor, Che Batti / Ferito Prigionier. Recorded 1913, Re-issued 1947

Amato, Pasquale (Baritone) with Orchestra

Offenbach: Gaite Parisienne London Philharmonic Orchestra

Kurtz, Efrem (Conductor)

Official Acceptance Speech of Sen. Harry

S. Truman, Vice-Pres Nominee. CBS Radio Affiliate WHIO Dayton, Ohio

Truman, Harry (Speaker)

Oklahoma! Selections (Rodgers and Hammerstein)

Members of The Original New York Production. Jay Blackton (Conductor)

Old Black Joe / My Old Kentucky Home

Mastreechter Staar (Royal Male Choir, Amsterdam) Koekelkoren, Martin (Director/Conductor)

One Kiss (Romberg)

Truman, Margaret (Soprano)

Opera Songs

Various Artists

Operatic Highlights for Orchestra No. 2

London Philharmonic Orchestra, The. Anthony Collins (Conductor)

Orchestras of The World

Unknown Orchestras and Conductors (X5)

Orchestras of the World - France National Orchestra of the French Radio

Tomasi, Henri (Conductor)

Orchestras of The World - Portugal and Britain Symphony Orchestra of The Portuguese National Radio, The BBC Symphony Orchestra

De Freitas-Branco, Pedro, Sir Adrian Boult (Conductors)

Oscar Levant Plays Popular Moderns

Levant, Oscar (Piano)

Oscar Levant Plays Popular Moderns

Levant, Oscar (Piano)

Paint Your Wagon

Original Broadway Cast. Daniel Mann

(Director)

Patrice Munsel Program, A

Munsel, Patrice (Soprano) with the Guild Choristers and Orchestra. Al Goodman (Conductor)

Patter Songs From Gilbert and Sullivan

Eddy, Nelson (Baritone) with Chorus and Orchestra. Robert Armbruster (Conductor)

Patter Songs From Gilbert and Sullivan

Eddy, Nelson (Baritone). Robert Armbruster (Conductor)

Patter Songs From Gilbert and Sullivan, Volume 2

Eddy, Nelson (Baritone). Robert Armbruster (Conductor)

Paul Creston: Symphony No. 2, Op. 35, Symphony No. 3, Op. 48

National Symphony Orchestra. Dr. Howard Mitchell (Conductor)

Paul Whiteman and His Concert Orchestra in a Program of George Gershwin Music

Whiteman, Paul (Conductor). The Paul Whiteman Concert Orchestra

Phil Regan Show, The (Show Numbers 1- 26) ("To President Harry S. Truman --

/ /Dave McDonald/Phil Regan/ 5/7/59")

Regan, Phil with Jud Conlon and The Rhythmaires. Vic Valente (Conductor) and Orchestra

Piangi Duet / Rigoletto - Last Act Duet

Truman, Margaret (Likely)

Piano Music of Chopin

Jonas, Maryla (Piano)

Piano Music of Chopin and Liszt

Horowitz, Vladimir (Piano)

Piano Music of Edward MacDowell

Kirkpatrick, John (Piano)

Piano Music of Mendelssohn Played By Vladimir Horowitz

Horowitz, Vladimir

Piano Music of Villa-Lobos (Heitor Villa- Lobos)

Rubenstein, Arthur

Piano Poetry Paragon P1. "For President Truman, A Wonderful & Appreciative Audience, Sincerely Burrus Williams, May 12, 1948”

Williams, Burrus (Piano)

Piano Recital. "Piano Recital by: John Ross Truman, Truman Memorial Library, May 12, 1958.”

Truman, John Ross (Piano)

Piano Selections by Mary Blackwell Stevenson

Mary Blackwell (Pianist)

Piff! Paff! / Au Bruit Lourd Des Marteaux

Journet Marcel (Bass) with Orchestra

Piff! Paff! / Au Bruit Lourd Marteaux

Journet Marcel (Bass) with Orchestra

Political Quiz

Truman, Harry S. (Speaker). CBS Radio Network

Poulenc: Concerto in D Minor for Two Pianos and Orchestra

Whittemore, Arthur and Jack Lowe (Duo- Pianos) with the RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra. Dimitri Mitropoulos

(Conductor)

Prades Festival, The

Casals, Pablo (Cello). Paul Baumgartner (Piano)

President Truman H.V. Kaltenborn Imitation, January 19, 1949. WOR Radio Broadcast Recording

Truman, Harry (Speaker)

President's March / The Longines Symphonette

Piastro, Mishel (Conductor)

President's March, The. (Richard L. Miller) Radio Section, Directorate of Public Relations, Department of Air Force

United States Air Force Band

Princeton Step Songs

Princeton University Glee Club, J. Merrill Knapp (Conductor)

Program Time

Waring, Fred and His Pennsylvanians, Glee Club, Orchestra and Soloists

Prokofiev: Concerto No.1 and Concerto No.2 for Violin

Stern, Isaac (Violin), New York Philharmonic. Dimitri Mitropoulos and Leonard Bernstein (Conductors)

Prokofiev: Symphonic Suite of the Waltzes

Kansas City Philharmonic. Hans Schwieger (Conductor)

Pronunciation of Famous Lieder. "To Miss Margaret Truman with My Best Wishes E.F."

Funke, Prof. Erich (Speaker)

Puccini: La Boheme (Opera in Four Acts), Complete Recording of The Broadcast Performances of February 3 and 10,

1946

Albanese, Licia (Soprano), Jan Peerce, (Tenor), Francesco Valentino (Baritone), Arturo Toscanini (Conductor), The NBC Symphony Orchestra

Puccini: La Boheme (Volumes I & II)

Metropolitan Opera Association Chorus and Orchestra with Soloists. Giuseppe Antonicelli (Conductor)

Quartet From "Rigoletto" / Quartet "Bella Figlia"

Letson, Hess, Wallace Erhmmann (Vocals)

Rachel, Quand Du Seigneur... / Je Suis Seul - Ah! Fuyez Douce Image

Caruso, Enrico (Tenor) with Orchestra

Rachel, Quand Du Seigneur... / Je Suis Seul - Ah! Fuyez Douce Image

Caruso, Enrico (Tenor) with Orchestra

Rachmaninoff: Concerto No. 2, in C Minor, Op. 18, 5 discs

Rubinstein, Artur (Piano) with The NBC Symphony Orchestra. Vladimir Golschmann (Conductor)

Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No.2 in C Minor, Op.18

Katchen, Julius (Piano). The New

Symphony Orchestra. Anatole Fistoulari (Conductor)

Rachmaninoff: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 43

Rubinstein, Artur (Piano) with the Philharmonic Orchestra

Rachmaninoff: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op.43

Rubinstein, Artur (Piano). Philharmonic Orchestra. Walter Susskind (Conductor)

Radio City Music Hall Souvenir Album

Radio City Music Hall Orchestra, Soloists, and Chorus. Erno Rapee (Director)

Ravel: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (1932)

Bernstein, Leonard (Piano) Philharmonic Orchestra of London Leonard Bernstein (Conductor)

Ravel: Daphnis and Chloe, Suite No. 2, 2 discs, 1950

Toscanini, Arturo and The NBC Symphony Orchestra

Ravel: La Valse - A Choreographic Poem

Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York. John Barbirolli (Conductor)

Ravel: Piano Concerto for the Left Hand

Casadesus, Robert (Piano). Philadelphia Orchestra. Eugene Ormandy (Conductor)

Ravel: Rapsodie Espagnole

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor)

Recordings By Champ Clark Butler

Butler, Champ (Vocalist), Les Brown, Paul Weston, and Skippy Martin, Skippy (Conductors)

Regnava Nel Salenzio... [? Indecipherable]

Truman, Margaret (Likely)

Respighi: The Pines...The Fountains of Rome

Toscanini, Arturo and The NBC Symphony Orchestra. Arturo Toscanini (Conductor)

Reubke: Sonata for Organ in C Minor on the 94th Psalm

Biggs, E. Power (Organ) on the Organ in Memorial Church, Harvard University

Richard Strauss: Don Juan, Symphonic Poem, Op. 20 / Tchaikovsky: Overture 1812

Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra. Mengelberg, Willem (Conductor)

Rigoletto Duet (Cut No.1 & No.2)

Truman, Margaret (Likely)

Rimsky-Korsakoff: Antar Symphony No.2, Op.9

San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. Monteux, Pierre (Conductor)

Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade

Paris Conservatory Orchestra. Ernest Ansermet (Conductor)

Robert St. John - On President Truman (Part 3)

Robert (Speaker). NBC Radio-Recording Division

Robert St. John - On President Truman (Parts 1 & 2) St. John

Robert (Speaker). NBC Radio-Recording Division, Broadcast

Rock of Ages / The Lord's Prayer

Hederstrom, Oscar (Baritone) and

Carleton Shaw (Organ)

Roman-Vatican Choir, Conducted by Rt. Rev. Msgr

Licinio Refice Roman-Vatican Choir Refice, Licinio (Director)

Romberg: Up in Central Park

Macdonald, Jeanette (Soprano). Robert Russell (Conductor)

Rossini: Il Barbiere Di Siviglia (Act I)

Milan Symphony Orchestra, with Soloists and Chorus. Cav. Lorenzo Molajoli (Conductor)

Rossini: Il Barbiere Di Siviglia (Act II)

Milan Symphony Orchestra, with Soloists and Chorus. Cav. Lorenzo Molajoli (Conductor)

Rossini: Il Barbiere Di Siviglia (Act III)

Milan Symphony Orchestra, with Soloists and Chorus. Cav. Lorenzo Molajoli (Conductor)

Rudolf Friml Plays His Own Unforgettable Melodies, “To President Truman, Rudolf Friml 5-4-'52”

Friml, Rudolf (Piano)

Ruth Slenczynska: A 25th Anniversary. "Happy Birthday Mr. President! Best Personal Regards, Ruth Slenczynska”

Slenczynska, Ruth (Piano)

Saint Saens: Danse Macabre, Op. 40, and Le Rouet D'omphale Op. 31 / Ribauld: La Procession Nocturne, Op. 6

Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York. Dimitri Mitropoulos (Conductor)

Salce, Salce / Ave Maria

Alda, Frances (Soprano) with Orchestra

Salon Music

Selinsky, Vladimir and His Salon Orchestra

Salute To President Truman's Birthday

WOL [Radio] Broadcast

Samba

Torrado, Juan (Piano) and Orchestra

San Francisco Conference

Truman, Harry (Speaker). American Broadcasting Company

Schubert Melodies by Marek Weber

Weber, Marek and His Orchestra

Schubert: Symphony No.9, in C

NBC Symphony Orchestra. Arturo Toscanini (Conductor)

Schumann: Carnaval, Op. 9 / Fantasie in C Major, Op. 17

Casadesus, Robert (Piano)

Schumann: Concerto in A Minor, Op.54

Hess, Myra (Piano) with Orchestra. Walter Goehr (Conductor)

Season's Greetings

Various Artists

Season's Greetings From Turkey Music

Turkish Composers

Selections From Liszt, Mendelssohn, Albeniz, Chopin and Mozart

Laszlo, Ervin (Piano)

Selections From Oklahoma! (Rodgers & Hammerstein) / Porgy and Bess (Gershwin)

Philharmonic Orchestra of Los Angeles, The

Senator Truman Address, February 22, 1941 Parts 1 & 3

Midland Recording Laboratories, Kansas City, Missouri

Senator Truman Address, February 22, 1941 Parts 2 & 4

Midland Recording Laboratories, Kansas City, Missouri

Seventeen

Original Cast

Shakespeare: Henry V

Olivier, Laurence with the Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus. William Walton (Conductor)

Shostakovitch: Concertos for Piano and Orchestra Nos. 1 and 2

List, Eugene (Piano) with The Berlin Opera Orchestra. Georg Ludwig Jochum (Conductor)

Show Biz

Jessel, George (Narrator)

Smilin' Through (Penn)

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) with Arthur Fiedler

Smoke Rings

Various Artists

So Anch'io La Virtu Magica / Tutte Le Feste Al Tempio, Recorded 1906 & 1908, Re-Issued 1948

Boronat, Olympia (Soprano) with Orchestra

Sonatas By Domenico Cimarosa

Franceschi, Vera (Piano)

Song of Missouri, A

Fein, Susie Belle (Vocal)

Song of Norway

Members of the Original New York Cast with Orchestra and Singing Ensemble. Arthur Kay (Director)

Song Program by James Melton

Melton, James (Tenor) with Robert Hill (Piano)

Songs by Jim Mccahey

Mccahey, Jim (Vocal)

Songs by Jim Mccahey

Mccahey, Jim (Vocal)

Songs of Devotion, Volume One

Waring, Fred and His Pennsylvanians, Glee Club, Orchestra and Soloists

Soprano Aria From Pearl of Brazil. Dated March 16, 1947

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) with The Detroit Symphony

South Pacific

Martin, Mary and Ezio Pinza (Vocals) with Original Broadway Cast. Salvatore Dell'isola (Director)

South Pacific (Rodgers and Hammerstein)

/ Kiss Me Kate (Cole Porter)

New Queens Hall Orchestra. Louis Levy (Conductor)

Sparkling Piano Melodies Played by

Pauline Alpert

Alpert, Pauline (Pianist)

Spellbound (Excerpts From The Motion

Picture Musical Score)

Rozsa, Miklos (Conductor), Selznick

Recording Orchestra

Square Dances Volume II

Loy, Lawrence (Caller). Wilbur Waite's Pokeberry Promenaders

Stabat Mater Inflamatus (Rossini)

Gadski, Johanna (Soprano). Victor Orchestra.

Stars of the Metropolitan

Various Soloists with Orchestras

Stars of the Metropolitan (Volume II)

Various Soloists, with Orchestra

Stars Review The Hits: Wayne Howell's Disc Jockey Show No.52

Truman, Margaret (Guest)

State of The Nation Address, January 5, 1949. Wilcox-Gay Corporation

Truman, Harry (Speaker)

Stephen Foster Melodies

London String Quartet

Stephen Foster Melodies.

U.S. Marine Band. Guzman, Luis (Arr.). Taylor Branson (Conductor)

Strauss Waltzes

Dajos Bela Orchestra

Strauss: Album of Waltzes Boston Pops Orchestra.

Fiedler, Arthur (Conductor)

Strauss: Die Fledermaus Chorus of The Vienna State Opera

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Clemens Krauss (Conductor)

Strauss: Emperor Waltz and Blue Danube Waltz Philadelphia Orchestra and Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra

Ormandy, Eugene (Conductor)

Strauss: One Night in Venice

Vienna Symphony Orchestra, with Soloists. Anton Paulik (Conductor)

Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel and Don Juan

Cleveland Orchestra and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. George Szelle and Fritz Reiner (Conductors)

Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor)

Stravinsky: Divertimento from "The Fairy's Kiss"

RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra. Igor Stravinsky (Conductor)

Student Prince - Excerpts

Stevens, Rise (Mezzo-Soprano), Nelson Eddy (Baritone) with Chorus and Orchestra

Suore, Che Riposate / Dormiro Sol Nel Manto Mio Regal, Recorded 1909 & 1924, Re-issued 1948

Chaliapin, Feodor (Bass) with Orchestra

Symphony in Brief

Columbia Symphony Orchestra. Charles

O’Connell (Conductor)

Take A Little Time To Pray

Janell (Vocal)

Talk By Margaret Truman - Mile of Dimes

Truman, Margaret (Speaker)

Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1 in B Flat Minor / Liszt: Hungarian Fantasia

Katchen, Julius (Piano) with The London Symphony Orchestra. Pierino Gamba (Conductor)

Tchaikovsky: Concerto No. 1, in B Flat Minor, Op. 23

Cliburn, Van (Piano). Kiril Kondrashin (Conductor)

Tchaikovsky: Manfred, Op. 58 (Symphonic Poem), 5 discs, 1950

Toscanini, Arturo and The NBC Symphony Orchestra

Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suite

French National Symphony Orchestra

Tchaikovsky: Sleeping Beauty Ballet (Excerpts)

Stokowski, Leopold (Conductor). The Leopold Stokowski Symphony Orchestra

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 in E Minor, Op. 64

Rodzinski, Artur (Conductor). The Cleveland Orchestra

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.5 in E Minor, Op.64

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor)

Tchaikovsky: The Sleeping Beauty

Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. Antal Dorati (Conductor)

Ted Malone (Parts 1 & 2)

Malone, Ted, ABC Broadcast Recording

Ted Malone (Parts 3 & 4)

Malone, Ted, ABC Broadcast Recording

Ten Years Hence. American Newspaper Women's Club

Beale, Betty (Recorder)

The Last Rose of Summer. Dated March 16, 1947

Truman, Margaret (Soprano) with The Detroit Symphony

Theme Songs

Various Artists

Then Leave Her! / Bella Figlia Dell' Amore. Recorded 1910 & 1912, Re-Issued 1947

Various Artists with Orchestra

This I Believe

Murrow, Edward R. (Narrator)

This I Believe: 1 Various Historic Personages Speaking: Harry S. Truman, Will Durant, J.P. Mcevoy, Charles Darwin, Harry T. Brundidge, Ralph J. Bunche, Uta Hagen, Roy Harris

Murrow, Edward R. (Commentator)

This Is America: Part 01

RCA Custom-Made Record

This Is America: Part 02

RCA Custom-Made Record

This Is America: Part 03

RCA Custom-Made Record

This Is America: Part 04

RCA Custom-Made Record

This Is America: Part 05

RCA Custom-Made Record

This Is America: Part 06

RCA Custom-Made Record

This Is America: Part 07

RCA Custom-Made Record

This Is America: Part 08

RCA Custom-Made Record

This Is America: Part 09

Warren, Leonard (Baritone) & Margaret Truman (Soprano)

This Is America: Part 10

RCA Custom-Made Record

This Is My Show Business, "Love, George Jessel 62.”

Jessel, George

This Is Our America

Middleton, Ray (Vocalist) Don Gillis (Composer and Conductor)

Three Paganini-Liszt Etudes, 3

Slenczynska, Ruth (Piano)

Thrill of a Romance - Selections

Melchior, Lauritz (Tenor) with Orchestra and Chorus

Train Going to Dedication of Grand Coulee Dam, May 11, 1950

Andrews, Bert

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Beethoven Concerto No.3 in C Minor, Op.37

Rubinstein, Artur (Piano), NBC Symphony Orchestra, Arturo Toscanini (Conductor)

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Caruso

Caruso, Enrico (Tenor). RCA Victor Symphony and Other Orchestras

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Caruso Sings Light Music

Caruso, Enrico (Tenor) with Orchestra.

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Chaliapin as Boris

Chaliapin, Feodor (Bass). Albert Coates (Conductor)

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Columbo, Crosby, Sinatra

Sinatra, Frank, Russ Columbo and Bing Crosby (Vocals)

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Composers' Favorite Interpretations

Various Artists

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Dance Band Hits

Various Artists

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Folk Singers

Austin, Gene, Vernon Dalhart and Jimmie Rodgers (Vocals)

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Genius at The Keyboard

De Pachman, Paderewski, Prokofieff, Rachmaninoff, Rosenthal and Schweitzer

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Genius At The Keyboard

Various Artists

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Golden Age Ensembles

Various Artists

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Golden Duets

Various Artists

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Golden Voices Sing Light Music

Various Artists

Treasury of Immortal Performances:

Various Artists

Keyboard Kings of Jazz

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Magic

Strings

Various Artists

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Sacred Songs

Various Artists

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Small Combo Hits

Various Artists

Treasury of Immortal Performances: The Golden Age At The Metropolitan, 7 discs

Various Artists

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Theme Songs

Various Artists

Treasury of Immortal Performances: Wagner Lehmann, Leider, Rethberg, Schorr, Schumann-Heink, Gadski (Vocalists)

Various Conductors and Orchestras

Trial of Socrates, The

Mitchell, Thomas (Reader)

Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello, No. 6 in B- Flat Major, Op. 97 (Beethoven)

Istomin, Eugene (Piano), Isaac Stern (Violin), Leonard Rose (Cello)

Trouble With Harry, The / A Little Beauty, 45 rpm

Alfi and Harry (Vocalists)

Truman Train, The. 10-24-48. Parts 1 & 4

WOR Recording Studios for Mutual Broadcasting System

Truman Train, The. 10-24-48. Parts 1 & 4 (Truman on Route to Chicago to Make a Speech)

Truman, Harry (Speaker). Mutual Broadcasting System Recording

Truman Train, The. 10-24-48. Parts 2 & 5 (Truman on Route to Chicago to Make a Speech)

Truman, Harry (Speaker). Mutual Broadcasting System Recording

Truman Train, The. 10-24-48. Parts 3 & 6

WOR Recording Studios for Mutual Broadcasting System

Truman Train, The. 10-24-48. Parts 3 & 6 (Truman on Route to Chicago to Make a Speech)

Truman, Harry (Speaker). Mutual Broadcasting System Recording

Tschaikowsky Concerto No.1, in B Flat Minor

Rubinstein, Arthur

Tschaikowsky: Nutcracker Suite Philadelphia Orchestra

Stokowski, Leopold (Conductor)

Tutte Le Feste / The Wheel

Truman, Margaret (Likely)

Twelve Beloved American Songs

Eddy, Nelson (Baritone). Nathaniel Shilkret (Conductor)

Two Sisters From Boston

Melchior, Lauritz (Tenor) with Orchestra and Chorus. Charles Previn (Conductor)

Un Bel Di Vedremo / Suicido, in Questi Fieri Momenti. Recorded 1908 & 1914,

Re-Issued 1947

Destinn, Emmy (Soprano) with Orchestra

Un Bel Di Vedremo / Vissi D'arte E D'amor (Puccini). Songs From Puccini's Madame Butterfly and Tosca

Farrar, Geraldine (Vocal)

Unknown Title, (Black and Yellow "Audiodisc")

Truman, Margaret (Likely)

Unknown Title, (Edward A. Roche Recording)

Truman, Margaret (Likely)

Unknown Title, (No Information. Recorded One Side Only)

Truman, Margaret (Likely)

Variations on A Theme of Paganini in A Minor / Chopin: Three Etudes, Op.25

First Piano Quartet, The

Various Titles

Durante, Jimmy. Roy Bargy (Conductor)

Various Titles

Iturbi, Jose (Piano)

Various Titles

Iturbi, Jose with Amparo Iturbi, The Rochester Philharmonic Orch. and BBC Symphony

Various Titles Various Artists, 4 recordings

J.S. Bach, Carl Sandburg, Harry Truman, and Landelle Trivette

Various Titles, United States Army Air Forces Band

Howard, George S. (Conductor)

Various Titles. 4 discs

Hall, Everett W. Accompanied By Arthur Roberts and The Chorus of S.U.I. Physics Dept.

Varsity Glee Club of Purdue University

Purdue Glee Club with William E. Luhman (Accompaniment). Albert P. Stewart (Director and Conductor)

Veep: The Story of Alben William Barkley

Barkley, Alben W. (Speaker), Sidney Shalett (Interviewer)

Verdi: La Traviata

Toscanini, Arturo (Piano) with The NBC Symphony Orchestra

Victor Herbert Melodies

Munro, Ronnie and His Orchestra

Victor Olof Orchestral Concert. L'orchestre De La Suisse Romande

Olof, Victor (Conductor)

Victor Young and His Concert Orchestra, Volume 2

Young, Victor

Victory at Sea (Richard Rodgers)

Members of the NBC Symphony Orchestra. Robert Russell Bennett (Conductor)

Vincent Lopez, His Piano, His Hotel

Taft Orchestra. Vincent Lopez (Piano and

Conductor) and His Orchestra

Vision Fugitive, Promesse De Mon Avenir. Recorded 1906, Re-Issued 1948

Renaud, Maurice (Baritone) With Orchestra

Voi Che Sapete / Io Son Titania

Tetrazzini, Luisa (Soprano) with Orchestra

Voice of The Xtabay

Sumac, Yma (Vocal)

Voices of Freedom, 1901-1950

McCormick, Robert (Narrator)

Voices of The Golden Age of Opera (Volume I)

Various Soloists, with Orchestra

Vois Ma Misere, Helas! / Ah, Mon Sort,

Caruso Enrico (Tenor). Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra

Von Suppe: Famous Overtures

London Philharmonic Orchestra, The. Georg Solti (Conductor)

Wagner: Arias From Parsifal and Lohengrin

Melchior, Lauritz (Tenor) with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Eugene Ormandy (Conductor)

Wagner: Music From "Tristan and Isolde”

Stokowski, Leopold (Conductor). The Leopold Stokowski Symphony Orchestra

Wagner: Parsifal - Prelude and Good Friday Spell

NBC Symphony Orchestra. Arturo Toscanini (Conductor)

Wagner: Parsifal, Act II Duet

Flagstad, Kirsten (Soprano) and Lauritz Melchior (Tenor) with The Victor Symphony Orch. Edwin Mcarthur (Conductor)

Walkin' To Missouri Gridiron Club Dinner, December 23, 1952

Uknown

Waltz with Me to the Music of Strauss and Waldteufel

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

Waltzes You Saved for Me

King, Wayne (The "Waltz King") and His Orchestra

Waltzing with Romberg. "To President Truman, Sincerely, Sigmund Romberg.”

Romberg, Sigmund (Conductor), The Sigmund Romberg Orchestra

We Hail Mr. Truman

Pevsner, Leo (Composer)

Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures: Debussy and Ravel Perform in 1913

Debussy and Ravel, Walter Heebner (Producer)

Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures: Dr. Richard Strauss Performs in 1906

Strauss, Richard (Piano), Walter S. Heebner (Producer)

Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures: Ferruccio Busoni Performs in 1905

Busoni, Ferruccio (Piano), Walter S. Heebner (Producer)

Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures: Granados Performs in 1913, Defalla Performs Circa 1906

Granado and Defalla (Pianos), Walter Heebner (Producer)

Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures: Josef

Hofmann, Josef (Piano), Walter S.

Hofmann Performs in 1913 Heebner (Producer)

Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures:

Leschetizky Performs in 1906

Leschetizky (Piano), Walter S. Heebner

(Producer)

Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures: Paderewski Performs in 1906

Paderewski (Pianist), Walter S. Heebner (Producer)

Wieniawski: Concerto No.2 in D Minor, Op.22

Stern, Isaac (Violinist), Philadelphia Orchestra. Eugene Ormandy (Conductor)

Wild Bill Hickok and Jingles on the Santa Fe Trail

Madison, Guy and Andy Devine (Narrators). Ruby Raksin (Conductor and Arranger)

Xavier Cugat Dance Parade

Cugat, Xavier and His Orchestra

Your Dance Date with Les Brown

Brown, Les and His Band of Renown

Your Dance Date with Paul Weston

Weston, Paul and His Orchestra

Your Living Bill of Rights as Interpreted by the U.S. Supreme Court

Keach, Stacy (Director)

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