Arthur BROWN, conductor
Gaspar CASSADO, cellist
(Céline) CHAILLEY-RICHEZ, pianist
and Musicologists: Sigmund SPAETH, John W. FREEMAN, Irving KOLODON,
Louis BIANCOLLI, Betty REINMAN, Max de SCHAUENSEE, Irving SABLOSKY,
Jerome BOEHM (also spelled Bohm)
CURTISS, manager Webster pressing plant
von (Ernö) DOHNANYI, composer pianist/conductor
ENESCO (George Enescu), violinist/conductor
H. GABOR, founder, owner and producer
GUENTHER / Günther), conductor
HALASZ, conductor/recording director
HELSINKI UNIVERSITY CHORUS
JOHNSON, conductor and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
LUBOSHUTZ and Genia NEMENOFF,
and Alice PASHKUS, violin pedagogues
(George) SEBASTIAN, conductor
STEINWEISS and other artists and designers for the Remington label:
John WITT, H. KAEBETZ, SLONEVSKY, ALBITZ, RADO, Rudolph DE HARAK,
WEIDLICH, pianist and conductor
Covers of Curt John WITT
Friedrich WüHRER, pianist
on the lighter side
PAULEE, mezzo soprano
- 78 RPM Jazz
OPEN REEL TAPE EDITIONS
CORPORATION OF NEW ENGLAND - Remington Record Pressery, Webster, Massachusetts
NULL'S REMINGTON SERIES
on the Varèse-Sarabande Label
SMITH reviews early pressings in The New Republic
site was first begun in 1999 and published in its basic structure
and concept which is maintained up to this day.
It is about REMINGTON RECORDS, the various artists who recorded
for it, the uniqueness of the label, it is about its owner and producer
DONALD H. GABOR, and
tells about the other labels he created.
The site is updated and extended when eventually more details do become
available. Links will be added and activated in time.
REMINGTON SITE contains historical documentation and is intended
for educational and informational use only.
Images on these pages were created from the covers of recordings,
material in my personal collection (magazines, program notes,
booking ads, brochures and articles), and from material submitted
to me by artists themselves and contributors.
biographical and historical data of artists, producers and other
people involved are compiled from liner notes of a specific lp,
old encyclopedia, magazines, books and many other sources. Various
details have also been submitted by the artists themselves or their
relatives, and/or several contributors. Data about releases are
taken from old editions of a variety of catalogs, advertisements,
booking ads, reviews in record magazines, all in my personal collection.
All rights (if not expired) are reserved, and remain with the various
copyright owners, including myself.
may view these pages for personal and/or academic use only.
Copying and multiplying the contents in part or as a whole by means
of photocopy, print and/or proliferating it by means of electronic
carriers and/or via electronic media, without the written consent
of Rudolf A. Bruil, owner and publisher of this website, is prohibited
by international copyright law.
No financial gain can be made from the contents of this site by third
a few pages short examples of music will start playing automatically
after the download is ready, but only if Microsoft Internet Explorer
is your browser. Mozilla Firefox, Safari and Google Chrome do not
have the facility to let you hear sound in the background.
am indebted to:
Ryan Barna (USA)
Dominique Chailley (France)
Iria Costas (Spain)
Ursula Erhart-Schwertmann, cellist (Austria)
Mme Fabian Gastellier-Hathorn (France)
Timothy Gaspar (USA)
Eso Haapa-Aho (Finland)
Mr. and Mrs. Laszlo Halasz (USA)
Mrs. Roswitha Heintze, conductor/pianist (Austria)
Dr. Klaus Holzapfel (Germany)
Mrs. Patricia Jaeger, violin teacher (USA)
Alexander Jenner, pianist (Austria)
Mrs. Felicitas Karrer, pianist (Austria)
Franz Krahberger (Austria)
Heinrich Köhler, cellist (Germany)
Doris Köhler (Germany)
Yorgos Manessis (Greece)
Tom Null, former producer of Varèse-Sarabande and Citadel Records
Mrs. Jutta Obrowski (Germany)
David Reskind (USA)
Mrs. Regina Resnik (Italy)
Alex Steinweiss (USA)
Stefanos Theodoridis (Greece)
Mrs. Frieda Valenzi, pianist (Austria)
Dr. Marco J. de Vries (Netherlands)
Mrs. Deborah Yardley Beers, pianist (USA)
...and other important sources.
sellers on the internet ask exorbitantly high prices. Most of the
time these prices are definitely not in relation to the offered quality
of both engineering, performance and historic value. Most
records offered are of course second hand and have usually been played
on simple equipment with a ceramic or crystal cartridge with low compliance,
as was the custom in the nineteen fifties. Therefor the groove is
often damaged. These sellers may also have been inspired by the existence
of The REMINGTON Site, not by love for music, sound judgement and
knowledge (otherwise they would not spell the names of the artists
If the price is high, always ask what the return policy is beforehand.
And: read what the description is. VG ++ is not the same for all sellers.
my recommendations of recordings after entering THE
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