Label: Columbia Special Products - XSV 86022-86045 • Format: 12x, Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Classical
The Longines Symphonette was a pre-recorded classical music program broadcast nightly on many Mutual Broadcasting System stations from to It then moved to CBS where it was heard Sundays at 2 pm from to The initial conductor was Macklin Marrow, followed I Got The Blues - The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers most of the run by Mishel Piastroone-time concert master of the New York Philharmonic.
Frank Knight was the program's announcer. The introductory theme was the final movement of Beethoven's 5th Symphony. The series was sponsored by the Longines watch company. The Longines Symphonette Society was a record label that specialized in releasing classic radio programs and multiple-record boxed sets.
Longines Symphonette is also the trade name of some electronic devices, including transistor radios  televisions and electronic calculators produced by Texas Instruments. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Uses of the name [ edit ] The Longines Symphonette Society was a record label that specialized in releasing classic radio programs and multiple-record boxed sets.
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