Decca Company/Organization

Phase 4 Stereo 40CDs

CD 1 Sousa: The Stars and Stripes Forever CD 2 Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue (arr. Grofé) / An American in Paris / Variations on “I got rhythm” CD 3 Khachaturian: Spartacus — Ballet Suite / Masquerade — Ballet suite/ Gayaneh — Ballet Suite CD 4 Spectacular Dances CD 5 Ravel.

Phase 4 Stereo 6 LPs

LP1 Dvorak: Symphony No.9 in E minor “From the New World” New Philharmonia Orchestra Antal Dorati LP2 The Fantasy Film World of Bernard Hermann National Philharmonic Orchestra Bernard Herrmann LP3 Bizet.

Cinema Spectacular

2CD re-release of Decca/Phase 4 recordings William Walton: Richard III Constant Lambert: Anna Karenina: Suite Arnold Bax: Oliver Twist Arthur Benjamin: An Ideal Husband William Walton: Escape Me Never Ralph Vaughan Williams: 49th Parallel Arthur Bliss: Things to Come: Suite Bernard Herrmann.

Bernard Herrmann: Film Classics

2CD re-release of Decca/Phase 4 recordings Journey to the Centre of the Earth The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad The Day the Earth Stood Still Fahrenheit 451 Gulliver's Travels Citizen Kane The Devil and Daniel Webster The Snows of Kilimanjaro Mysterious Island Jason and the Argonauts.

Miklos Rozsa: Julius Caesar

2CD re-release of Decca/Phase 4 recordings Miklos Rozsa: Ben Hur National Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus conducted by Miklos Rozsa Miklos Rozsa: Quo Vadis Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus conducted by Miklos Rozsa Miklos Rozsa.

Gustav Holst: The Planets

2CD. CD 1: Gustav Holst: The Planets, Op. 32 (H125) London Philharmonic Orchestra Bernard Herrmann CD 2: Gustav Holst: The Perfect Fool - Ballet Music, Op. 39 (H150) Gustav Holst: Egdon Heath, Op. 47 (H172) London Philharmonic Orchestra Sir Adrian Boult Gustav Holst.

The British Music Collection: Sir Arnold Bax

contains "Fagin's Romp" from OLIVER TWIST conducted by Herrmann.

The British Music Collection: Arthur Bliss

contains THINGS TO COME suite conducted by Herrmann.

40 Famous Marches

Double CD compilation. Herrmann conducts march from Arthur Bliss' Things to Come (recorded 1975; originally released 1976 on Great British Film Music ).