Music: New Records, Nov. 19, 1951

"In response to widespread public demand," RCA Victor has been reaching into its vault, doling out items on LP from its "Treasury of Immortal Performances." Last week two "Treasury" releases made record news.

Mozart: Don Giovanni (John Brownlee, baritone; Ina Souez, Audrey Mildmay and Luise Helletsgruber, sopranos; Koloman von Pataky, tenor; Salvatore Baccaloni, bass; the Glyndebourne Festival Orchestra and Chorus, Fritz Busch conducting; 6 sides LP). First released in the U.S. in 1938 in a 78-r.p.m. album, this is still the best performance of the Don on records; no one voice is brilliantly outstanding,...

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