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London Philharmonic Orchestra

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Corporate name headingLondon Philharmonic Orchestra
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Variant(s)London Philharmonic
London Philharmonic Orch.
Stratford Symphony Orchestra
Londonskiĭ filarmonicheskiĭ orkestr
Orquesta Filarmónica de Londres
Orchestre philharmonique de Londres
Londoner Philharmonische Orchester
Orchestra Filarmonica di Londra
See alsoAlternate corporate identity: Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra
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Associated countryGreat Britain
LocatedLondon, England
Found inRussell, T. London Philharmonic, a brief history, 1945.
Reinecke, C. James Galway plays Reinecke [SR] c1981: label (London Philharmonic)
Index to record reviews (Camden 193: Stratford Symphony Orchestra [LPO])
Bellini, V. Puritane [SR] 1980?: label (Londonskiĭ filarmonicheskiĭ orkestr)
Beecham, T. Sir Thomas Beecham and the L.P.O. [SR] p1994- : info (London Philharmonic Orchestra)
Falla, M. Música orquestal [SR] 1992?, p1962-1984: container (Orquesta Filarmónica de Londres)
Armstrong, T. Orchestral and choral works, p1998: label (London Philharmonic Orchestra) prog. notes (Orchestre philharmonique de Londres; formed in 1932 by Sir Thomas Beecham)
The flying Dutchman. Overture [SR] 194-?: labels (London Philharmonic Orch.)
Mozart, W. Klavierkonzert d-Moll, K. 466 [SR] 194-?: labels (Londoner Philharmonische Orchester)
Pseudonyms for orchestras, via The classical music guide forums website, viewed Feb. 4, 2013 (In the early LP days, the London Philharmonic wasn't allowed to use its own name when recording for American labels Vanguard & Westminster; so, both companies named it the "Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra." This is where you get all those Boult recordings from that era that appeared on those labels.)
Pristine classical historic recordings website, Feb. 4, 2013 (under PACO018: Belshazzar's Feast - Walton: "Some ten years after composer William Walton conducted the first recording of his oratorio, Belshazzar's Feast, Sir Adrian Boult made this, the first recording for LP issue, on the Nixa label. For contractual reasons, the original orchestra was credited as the 'Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra' - the British Library's Sound Archive Catalogue has corrected this to the London Philharmonic Orchestra.")
Kodaly, Z. Danze di Galanta [SR] 1967: label (Orchestra Filarmonica di Londra)