Mozart - Quartet - Divertimento - Westminster - Wlach, Weiss, Kamper LP

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Mozart - Quartet for Oboe and String, Divertimento

Label: Westminster
Format: LP
Release: 1950
Original Heavy Vinyl
Record is VG has a lot of marks (listen)
Cover is VG+ edgewear and cornerwear

This one is SUPER rare, previously sold for over $170



Side A

A1 Quartet for Oboe and Strings, K.370

Hans Kamesch, Anton Kamper, Erich Weiss, Franz Kwarda

1. Allegro
2. Adagio
3. Rondo-Allegro




A2 Divertimento No.2 in B Flat Major, for two Clarinets and Bassoon, K.APP.229

Leopold Wlach, Franz Bartosek, Karl Oehlberger
1. Allegro
2. Menuetto....


Side B

B1 Divertimento No.2 in B Flat Major, for two Clarinets and Bassoon, K.APP.229 ( continued)

Leopold Wlach, Franz Bartosek, Karl Oehlberger
3. Adagio
4. Menuetto
5. Rondo-Allegro

B2 Quartet for Flute and Strings, in A Major K.285

Hans Recnicek, Erich Weiss, Anton Kamper, Franza Kwarda


Westminster Records was an American classical music record label, issuing original recordings until 1965. It was co–founded in 1949 by Mischa Naida (who later founded Musical Heritage Society, the owner of the Westminster Record Shop in New York City, businessman James Grayson (1897–1980), conductor Henry Swoboda, and Henry Gage. Its trademark was Big Ben and its slogan was "natural balance", referring to its single microphone technique in recording music, similar to Mercury Records' Living Presence series.

Early on, its recordings were technically superior to most others in the marketplace, and the label became popular among the growing community of audiophiles. In the late 1950s the company began issuing stereophonic recordings, including a rare disc of the music of Swedish composer Hugo Alfvén (1872-1960), conducted by the composer. The "Westminster Laboratory" (W-Lab) series of classical recordings were technically superior to other brands and sold at higher price than the regular Westminsters. The company was sold in the early 1960s to ABC-Paramount Records
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