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Liberace, three 10" LP disks on Columbia

Liberace, three 10" LP disks on Columbia

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Here are three 10" 33 rpm LP disks from Liberace on the Columbia label.

The first (CL 6269) is titled "Concertos for You," with Liberace at the piano with Paul Weston and his Orchestra. The tracks are Addinsell's "Warsaw Concerto," Bath's "Cornish Rhapsody," Grieg's Piano Concerto, and Chopin's Fantasia.

The second, "Liberace by Candlelight" (CL 6251), features Liberace as conductor, playing Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto no. 1, "I Don't Care (as Long as You Care for Me)," "Autumn Nocturne," Strauss's "Tales from the Vienna Woods," "I'll Be Seeing You," Liszt's Concerto no. 2 in A Major for Piano and Orchestra, "Jalousie (Jealousy)," and "September Song" from "Knickerbocker Holiday." Liberace sings on "September Song."

Third, also with Liberace conducting, is "Liberace at the Piano" (CL 6217), with "Stardust," Liszt's "Liebestraum," "Carioca" (from "Flying down to Rio"), Scharwenka's "Polish National Dance in E-Flat Minor" (op. 47), Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata, Addinsell's "Warsaw Concerto," "As Time Goes By," and Lecuona's "Malaguena," from the Andalucia suite.

These records are all in Very Good to Excellent condition. One prices gets you all three!

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