Not included in this listing are many dozens of 78 rpm faces doubtless recorded by members of the Société des Concerts for such conductors as Piero Coppola and Gustave Cloëz.
All recordings monophonic unless specified. All recordings analog.
Chronology: Chronology is arranged by recording date, where known, otherwise by earliest year of certain publication. Within years, the arrangement is alphabetical by conductor, then composer.
Durations: Durations vary on repressings by one or two seconds.
Pathé (VSM) labels:
FALP = 12-in. mono
FBLP = 10-in. mono
ASDF = 12-in. stereo
DTX = French domestic, mono
Columbia fr. labels:
FC = 10-in. mono
FCX = 12-in. mono
SAXF = 12-in stereo
London Decca labels:
ADD = Ace of Diamonds mono
SDD = Ace of Diamonds stereo
Acknowledgments: For corrections of content to this information, I am grateful to: Eric de Rom (Belgium), Michel Tibbaut (Radio/Télévision Belge, Belgium), Larry Jones (Polyphony), Mike Harkin (Plovdiv, Bulgaria), Jean-Baptiste de la Taille (Paris), Mario Safier (Buenos Aires)
London records are made in England, with jackets for American sales printed in U.S.A. (The London Gramophone Corporation, New York). Richmond High Fidelity is a product of London records.
Angel records are recorded in France and generally manufactured in the U.S.A. Red label thrift editions, labeled Electric and Music Industries (U.S.) Ltd. identified as "Made in England."
Pathé. Pathé Vox is an American distributor: Vox Productions, Inc., 236 W. 55th Street, New York 19.
Westminster distributed Ducretet-Thomson recordings (Vivaldi: Gloria); Selmer-licensed recordings (Les Troyens à Carthage)
Arnold, Claude Graveley. The Orchestra on Record, 1896-1926 (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1997); see pp. 70, 88, 90, 364, 385, 386, 388.Other Resources:
Drieu, Gérald. Discography Jacques Thibaud. In Christian Goubault: Jacques Thibaud (1880-1953): Violoniste français (Paris: Lib. Honoré Champion, 1988).
Kelly, Alan. His Master's Voice: the French catalogue . . . (New York: Greenwood Press, 1990)
Rust, Brian, and Tim Brooks: The Columbia Master Book Discography, Volume IV: U.S. Twelve-Inch Matrix Series, 1906-1931 (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1999), p. 175.
Nectoux:: Fauré disccography
Bloch: Poulenc discog Bloch
Dict. des Disques, etc. Diapason, Paris 1988
Catalogue 1965 Ministry (Paris)
The Rigler-Deutsch Index, begun in 1985, lists 78 rpm recordings held in the Rodgers & Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound of the New York Public Library, the Syracuse University Audio Archives, the Yale University Audio Archives, the Recorded Sound Collection of the Library of Congress, and the Stanford University Archive of Recorded Sound. On-line consultation through RLIN (Research Librarries Information Network), a project of the RLG (Research Libraries Group). [Lloyd E. Rigler and Lawrence E. Deutsch were barons of business (Adolph's Meat Tenderizer) and arts philanthropy.]