Historical Recordings of Works

I have included all the discographical information I have about the recordings below.

Arrangement is alphabetical by composer and title, then chronological by recording date or my best guess at the recording date.

Unless otherwise noted, transfers are by me from records in my collection.


Richard Hageman (1881-1966)

Caponsacchi

I believe the selections below comprise all of the music from Capsonsacchi (also known as Eine Tragödie in Arezzo) that has been recorded. I would love to learn that I am wrong, never mind hear a completel performance!

  • Introductory speech
  • Hageman. Caponsacchi: Overture
  • Hageman. Caponsacchi: Carnival Music
  • San Francisco Symphony Orchestra; Richard Hageman, conductor. Recorded at the Carousel of American Music in San Francisco, 24 Sep 1940.

  • Hageman. Caponsacchi: This Very Vivid Morn
  • Helen Jepson, soprano; with orchestra; Alexander Smallens, conductor. Victor matrix CS 0723-1. Recorded in RCA New York Studio 2, 22 Sep 1936.

  • Hageman. Caponsacchi: Lullaby
  • Helen Jepson, soprano; Alexander Smallens, conductor. Victor matrix CS 0724-2. Recorded in RCA New York Studio 2, 22 Sep 1936.


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