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* DGG(Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft)
   - 5/6-digits LPs ; 138(18) 501~550 SLPM(LPM)
   Gallery of first released LPs and recording datas

  • Any suggestion and contribution of better images and recording data will be welcomed and mentioned in this page.
  • Special thanks to ; John Edward's 'Deutsche Grammophon Appreciation' site. His work on web DGG catalog is monumental. In case of using his page, I marked by light blue background color. (on the contrary, in case there is no data in his page, I marked by light red background) And Mr. HOSOYA Junji's contribution is special as he sent me 'Deutsche Grammophone perfect data book' published by Ongakunotomo-sha.
  • Of course also thanks so much to the owner of mikrokosmos.com who offered me the hosting space.
  • 138 *** serials correspond to 18 *** issues(monaural), but not vice versa.
10" 16 001~050 051~100 101~150 151~200 201~250 251~300 301~350 351~400 401~450  
17 001~050 051~100 101~150 151~200            
133(17) 001~050 051~100 101~150 151~200 201~250 251~300        
12" 18 001~050 051~100 101~150     19 001~050      
136(19) 001~050 051~100 101~150 151~200 201~250 251~300 301~350 351~400 401~450 451~500
501~550 551~600 601~650 651~700 701~750 751~800 801~850 851~900 901~950 951~999
138(18) 001~050 051~100 101~150 151~200 201~250 251~300 301~350 351~400 401~450 451~500
501~550 551~600 601~650 651~700 701~750 751~800 801~850 851~900 901~950 951~000
139(39) 001~050 051~100 101~150 151~200 201~250 251~300 301~350 351~400 401~450 451~500
501~550 551~600 601~650 651~700 701~750 751~800 801~850 851~900 901~950 951~999

1. 18 501~510

  5 18 501 LPM(stereo; 138 005 SLPM)
BRUCKNER
*; Symphony No.5 in B flat major - 4th mvt.
WAGNER; Parsifal - Prelude to Act I, Good Friday Music

Eugen Jochum / Sinfonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Recording; 25~27th. Apr. 1959, Herkulessaal, Residenz, Mnchen* & 12~14th Dec. 1957
  5 18 502 LPM
SCHUBERT*; Violin Sonatine No.1 in D major op 137-1, No.3 in g minor op.137-3
SCHUMANN; Violin Sonata No.1 in a minor, op. 105
Wolfgang Schneiderhan(vn), Carl Seemann(p)
Recording; 25~27th Sep. 1953, Wien*(p. 1958)
  5 18 503 LPM
LISZT; Piano Sonata in b minor, Petrarch Sonnet No. 123, Au lac de Wallenstedt, Soiree de Vienne No. 7, Valse oubliee
Andor Foldes(p)
Recording;
  5 18 504 LPM(stereo; 138 011 SLPM)
BRAHMS; Liederabend (late works)
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau(Br), Jrg Demus(p)
Recording; 11,12th Feb. 1958, Studio Lankwitz, Berlin
  5 18 505 LPM
MOZART; Piano Sonatas No. 6 &
No.8 in a minor K.310
Conrad Hansen(p)
Recording; Jan. & Feb. 1958, Studio Thienhaus, Hamburg
  5 18 506 LPM
SCHUMANN; Carnaval op.9, Fantasie in C major op.17
Andor Foldes(p)
Recording;
  5 18 507 LPM(=16 130 LP*)
HINDEMITH; Symphonic Dances for Orchestra, Symphony "Mathis der Mahler"*
Paul Hindemith / Berliner Philharmoniker
Recording; 23,24th Mar. 1954 & 28,29th Sep. 1955*, Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin-Dahlem
  5 18 508 LPM
MOZART; Piano Sonatas K.283, 311, 281, 576
Carl Seemann(p)
Recording;
  5 18 509 LPM
BEETHOVEN; Piano Trio No.5 in E flat major op.70-2
MENDELSSOHN; Piano Trio No.1 in d minor op.49
Trio Santoliquido(Nuovo Terzetto di Roma)
Ornella Puliti Santoliquido(p), Arrigo Pelliccia(vn), Massimo Amfitheatroff(vc)
Recording;
  5 18 510 LPM(stereo; 138 010 SLPM)
BRAHMS; Piano Sonata No.3 in f minor op.5, Scherzo Op.4
Wilhelm Kempff(p)
Recording; 3,4th Mar. 1958, Beethovensaal, Hannover

2. 18 511~520

  5 18 511 LPM(stereo; 138 013 SLPM)
SCHOECK; Lieder aus 'Ein Tagewerk'
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau(Br), Margrit Weber(p)
Recording; 9,10th Apr. 1958, Studio Lankwitz, Berlin
  5 18 512~13 LPM(stereo; 138 002~03 SLPM)
BEETHOVEN; Symphony No.9 in d minor op.125 'Choral',
Egmont* & Leonore III** overtures
Ferenc Fricsay / Berliner Philharmoniker, & St. Hedwig's Cathedral Chor, Irmgard Seefried(S), Maureen Forrester(A), Ernst Haefliger(T), Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau(Br)
Recording; 28th Dec. 1957, 2nd Jan. & 28,29th Apr. 1958(symphony), 29th* & 30th** Sep. 1958, Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin-Dahlem
 
    5 18 514 LPM(stereo; 138 018 SLPM)
BEETHOVEN; Symphony No.7 in A major op.92, Coriolan Overture
Karl Bhm / Berliner Philharmoniker
Recording; 17,18th Apr. 1958, Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin-Dahlem
  5 18 515 LPM   5 18 516 LPM(stereo; 138 009 SLPM)
BRAHMS; Piano Quintet in f minor, op.34
Eva Bernatova(p), Janacek SQ.
Recording; 5~7th Jun. 1959, Beethovensaal, Hannover
  5 18 517 LPM   5 18 518 LPM(p. Mar. 1959)
HAYDN;
String Quartet No.39 in C major, op.33-3 'Bird'*
DVORAK; String Quartet in E flat major, op.51
Janacek sq.
Recording; 16~18th Feb. 1957 & 9th Jun. 1958*, Beethovensaal, Hannover
cf. Haydn is recorded by stereo but was never issued by stereo version.
  5 18 519 LPM(stereo; 138 037 SLPM)
BEETHOVEN; Symphony No.1 in C major op.21 & no.8 in F major op.93*
Eugen Jochum / Berliner Philharmoniker* & Sinfonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Recording; 3,5th Apr. 1959, Herkulessaal, Mnchen & 30th Apr., 2nd May 1958, Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin-Dahlem*
  5 18 520 LPM(stereo; 138 016 SLPM)
MIHALOVICH; Violin Sonata No.2, op.45
RAVEL; Violin Sonata in G major
Max Rostal(vn), Monique Haas(p)
Recording; 6,7th Oct. 1958, Beethovensaal, Hannover

3. 18 521~530

  5 18 521 LPM   5 18 522 LPM(stereo; 138 017 SLPM)
BACH; Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue in d minor BWV.903, 6 small preludes, Partita No.1 in B flat major BWV.825, Toccata & Fugue D-dur
Carl Seemann(p)
Recording;
  5 18 523 LPM(stereo; 138 012 SLPM)
BRAHMS; 2 Cello Sonatas, no.1 in e minor op.38 & no.2 in F major op.99
Ludwig Hoelscher(vc), Jrg Demus(p)
Recording; 18,19th Jun. 1958, Beethovensaal, Hannover
  5 18 524 LPM(stereo; 138 021 SLPM)
MOZART; Divertimento K.136
BA
RT
K; Rumanian Dances
HINDEMITH; 5 Pieces Op.44-4
H
NDEL; Concerto grosso Op.6-5
Rudolf Baumgartner / Festival Strings Lucerne
Recording;
  5 18 525 LPM   5 18 526 LPM
 
  5 18 527 LPM
SCHUBERT; String Quartet No.8 in B flat major D.112, No.10 in E flat major D.87*
MENDELSSOHN; Capriccio & Fugue in e minor**
Amadeus SQ.
Recording; 23,24th May 1955* & 2,3rd May 1957, Studio No.1, Abbey Road, London
10~14th May 1954, Beethovensaal, Hannover**(p. Dec. 1958)
  5 18 528 LPM(stereo; 138 015 SLPM)
BRAHMS; Piano Quartet No.2 in A major, op.26
Quartetto di Roma(Trio Santoliquido & Bruno Giuranna)
Recording;
  5 18 529 LPM(stereo; 138 014 SLPM)
BRAHMS; Piano Quartet No.1 in g minor, op.25
Quartetto di Roma
Recording;
  5 18 530 LPM
 

4. 138 531~540

  5 138 531~33 SLPM(=138 891~93 SLPM, monaural 18 531~33 LPM)
BEETHOVEN; String Quartets No.1~6, op.18
Amadeus SQ.
Recording; Sep. 1961, Beethovensaal, Hannover
  5 138 531~33 SLPM(later box)
  5 138 531 SLPM(=138 891 SLPM)
BEETHOVEN; String Quartets No.1 in F major op.18-1 & no.2 in G major op.18-2
Amadeus SQ.
Recording; Sep. 1961, Beethovensaal, Hannover
  5 138 532 SLPM(=138 892 SLPM)
BEETHOVEN; String Quartets No.3 in D major op.18-3 & no.4 in c minor op.18-4
Amadeus SQ.
Recording; Sep. 1961, Beethovensaal, Hannover
 
  5 138 533 SLPM(=138 893 SLPM)
BEETHOVEN; String Quartets No.5 in A major op.18-5 & no.6 in B flat major op.18-6
Amadeus SQ.
Recording; Sep. 1961, Beethovensaal, Hannover
 
  5 138 534~36 SLPM(=138 894~96 SLPM)
BEETHOVEN; String Quartets No.7~11
Amadeus SQ.
Recording; Apr.(No.7) & May(No.8,9) 1959, Jun. 1960(No.10,11)
  5 138 534~36 SLPM(another 'red stereo')
 
  5 138 534~36 SLPM(box set)  
  5 138 537~40 SLPM(=138 897~900 SLPM)
BEETHOVEN; String Quartets No.12~16, Grosse Fuge op.133
Amadeus SQ.
Recording; Apr.(no.15) & Oct.(No.13 & Grosse Fuge) 1962, Apr.(no.12,16) & Jun.(no.14) 1963
  5 138 537~40 SLPM(another box set)

5. 18 541~550

  5 18 541 LPM(stereo; 138 022 SLPM)
BRAHMS; Symphony No.3 in F major op.90, Tragic Overture op.81
Lorin Maazel / Berliner Philharmoniker
Recording; 9~11th Jan. 1959, Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin-Dahlem
  5 18 542 LPM
HAYDN; String Quartet No.39 in C major, op.33-3 'Bird'*
MOZART; String Quartet No.14 in G major, K. 387
Janacek sq.
Recording; 8,9th Mar. 1956 & 9th Jun. 1958*, Beethovensaal, Hannover
cf. Haydn is recorded by stereo but was never issued by stereo version.
  5 18 543 LPM   5 18 544 LPM
 
 
  5 18 545~46 LPM(stereo; 138 028~29 SLPM)
HAYDN; St. Cecilian Mass*
H
NDEL; Organ Concerto in F major, op.4-4**
Maria Stader(S), Marga Hffgen(A), Richard Holm(T), Josef Greindl(B) / Eugen Jochum / Chor und Sinfonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks*
Michael Schneider(org) / Eugen Jochum / Sinfonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks**

Recording; Oct. 1958*, 10th Jan. 1959**
 
 
  5 18 547~48 LPM(stereo; 138 026~27 SLPM)
DVORK; Requiem, op.89
Maria Stader(S), Sieglinde Wagner(A), Ernst Haefliger(T), Kim Borg(B) / Karel Ancerl / Czeko Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus
Recording; 4th Feb. 1959, Dvork Hall, Rudolfinum(Artist' House), Prague
cf. Co-production with Supraphon
 
  5 18 549 LPM(Sonata; 16 021 LP & 18 384 LPM)
BART
K; Music for strings, percussions, & celesta*, Sonata for 2 pianos & percussions
Edith Picht-Axenfeld & Carl Seemann(ps), Ludwig Porth & Karl Peinkoffer(percs)
Ferenc Fricsay / Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
*
Recording;
  5 18 550 LPM(stereo; 138 025 SLPM)
R.STRAUSS; Ein Heldenleben, op.40
Herbert von Karajan / Berliner Philharmoniker
Recording; 2~4th Mar. 1959, Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin-Dahlem

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Sources

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  2. Recording data
  3. Personal Contribution
    • Mr. Massimo Sacchelli ; image of 138 531~33(later box)
    • Mr. Barry Sylverwood-Browne ; infos of 18 504, 18 505, 18 506, 18 524, 18 528, & 18 545~46 LPM
    • Mr. TAKAHASHI Arato ; images of 18 508 & 18 520

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