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Discography LH630
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LH630 can be heard on three LP's. Most arrangemenets were made by August Schollaert (AS), but the arranger of some books is unknown to me.

On Decca SPA115 – a fairly popular record entitled "The World of Mechanical Organs" – LH630 plays two tunes; the other tunes on the record are played by other instruments from the Thursford-collection. This record was also released in Germany as Decca ND790 ("Das Orchestrion - Straßenorgeln [!] spielen Evergreens").

Decca SPA115: La petite valse (J.Heyne) (AS)
Le merle blanc (E.Damaré) (AS)
LH630 also plays on the B-side of EMI One Up 2228; the A-side of the record is filled with music of the magnificent Wellershaus from the Thursford-collection.

EMI OU2228 - B-side: Florentiner Marsch (J.Fuçik) (AS)
España (E.Chabrier-E.Waldteufel) (AS)
The stars and stripes forever (J.-Ph.Sousa) (?)
La petite valse (J.Heyne) (AS)
Canadian capers (G.Chandler-B.White-H.Cohen) (?)
Destiny (S.Baynes) (?)
Abschied der Gladiatoren (H.L.Blankenburg) (AS)

EMI OU2228
EMI OU2228
In 1978 Thursford Enterprises Ltd. released an LP on their own label (The Thursford Assortment - TE 05). LH630 plays two tunes on the B-side of this record.
TE 05 - B-side: Folies Bergères (P.Lincke) (AS)
Abschied der Gladiatoren (H.L.Blankenburg) (AS)
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