Mark hambourg - waltz in b minor / waltz in f major / english waltz
Émile Decombes took over as Ravel's piano teacher in 1889; in the same year Ravel gave his earliest public performance.  Aged fourteen, he took part in a concert at the Salle Érard along with other pupils of Decombes, including Reynaldo Hahn and Alfred Cortot . 
Of the acoustic recordings the best are of Chopin’s Nocturne in E major Op. 62 No. 2 and the modern works such as Debussy’s La plus que lent, works by Scriabin and Rachmaninov; what is probably the first recording of Ravel’s Ondine from Gaspard de la nuit, and the virtuoso transcriptions by Tausig and Liszt. Of the electrical recordings the best is of Beethoven’s Piano Sonata in A flat major Op. 26, and those which display Hambourg’s wonderful singing tone and vocal phrasing: Sgambati’s arrangement of the Melodie from Gluck’s Orfeo; Mendelssohn’s Auf Flügeln des Gesange arranged by Liszt, and some of the Lieder ohne Worte; and Harold Rutland’s arrangement of two sea shanties.
The first Jubilee label was pink with black printing, "jubilee" in black print above the center hole.
"LONG PLAYING 33 1/3 RPM MICROGROOVE RECORDING" below the logo. The second label was
dark blue with silver printing, the graphics are identical to the pink label. The early 1000 series had the
pink label, most of the 1000 series releases were available with the blue label.
Jubilee's 12-inch albums started in 1955 with the numbering prefix "JLP-" (probably for "Jubilee Long Playing"). In 1959, the company began listing "Jay-Gee Recording Company, Inc." as the parent company. This took place somewhere between album number 1103 and 1107. The logo changed, the label changed, and the numbering prefixes changed (from JLP/SDJLP- to JGM/JGS-). The third label, which began to be used at this changeover time in 1959, was flat black with silver printing, with "jubilee" in silver inside a black oval which is surrounded by silver spikes, and a "Jay-Gee" credit on the bottom of the label.
Any pre-1107 album that remained in print after the 1959 changeover was also issued with the flat black label, and when reissued later, with the labels current to that time.
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- Breather - Come On
- Bel Amis - Best Of
- Roland de Lassus Lasso - Claudio Monteverdi Monteverdi Madrigals
- Marijohn Wilkin - Carmel By The Sea / Wayfaring Blues
- Maria Callas - La Lègende
- Chuck Berry - The Rarest
- Various - Wonderful World Wonderful Music
- Moombahteam - In The Mix Part #2 Switch It One Time The Remix Edition
- Various - Gull I Fra Grønne Skoger: Vidar Sandbeck I Ord Og Toner
- Overdrive Solution - Killed By A Rocket Launcher
- Laurence Guy - Bamboo EP
- The Chimes - I'm In The Mood For Love
- Anders Ilar & John H - Astronom Sessions Vol. 1
- Sui Generis - Lo Mejor De Lo Mejor De Sui Generis
- Lil Gator & Da Papago Playahz - Listen 2 My Demo
- Shura Cherkassky - Pianoforte
- Giovanni Maier - Tramis
- Glenn Miller - A String Of Pearls
- The Rolling Stones - Through The Years '63 - '93 - Absolute Rare Versions And Mixes