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==External Links==
 
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*https://www.discogs.com/Amsterdam-Philharmonic-Orchestra-Beethoven-Violin-Concerto-In-D-Op-61/release/12219838
 
*https://www.discogs.com/Amsterdam-Philharmonic-Orchestra-Beethoven-Violin-Concerto-In-D-Op-61/release/12219838
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*http://en.tchaikovsky-research.net/pages/Violin_Concerto:_Recordings:_Pseudonyms
  
 
==See also==
 
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Latest revision as of 08:29, 24 September 2019

Violinist soloing with the Amsterdam Philharmonic Orchestra (conducted by Hugo Grautz) from the album Beethoven Violin Concerto In D Op. 61 on the English budget classical label Fidelio. They were able to sell their albums so cheap because they just re-released existing recordings and attributed them to new, fake names, so they didn't have to pay anybody any royalties or fees.

Most hoax names they used were fairly generic, but sometimes they got too creative and gave the game away- Herta Wöbbel = "heard a wobble." (See also Wilhelm Havagesse - "have a guess").

Released circa 1961-1963.

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