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George Weldon - City Of Birmingham Orchestra - DX 8247 - 78 RPM
George Weldon - City Of Birmingham Orchestra - DX 8247 - 78 RPM
George Weldon - City Of Birmingham Orchestra - DX 8247 - 78 RPM
George Weldon - City Of Birmingham Orchestra - DX 8247 - 78 RPM
George Weldon - City Of Birmingham Orchestra - DX 8247 - 78 RPM
George Weldon - City Of Birmingham Orchestra - DX 8247 - 78 RPM
George Weldon - City Of Birmingham Orchestra - DX 8247 - 78 RPM
George Weldon - City Of Birmingham Orchestra - DX 8247 - 78 RPM
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George Weldon - City Of Birmingham Orchestra - DX 8247 - 78 RPM

George Weldon (5 June 1908, Chichester, England – 17 August 1963, South Africa) was an English conductor. Weldon was the son of Major F H Weldon of the Sherwood Foresters. He was educated at Sherborne School and the Royal College of Music. He studied conducting with Malcolm Sargent and Aylmer Buesst. In 1943, at 36 years of age, he became the conductor of the City of Birmingham Orchestra in succession to Leslie Heward. He was dismissed in 1950, following unsubstantiated rumours that he was having an affair with Ruth Gipps, choirmaster of the Birmingham orchestra's chorus. It was announced that Weldon would be replaced by Rudolf Schwarz; according to Gipps, Weldon resigned before he could be dismissed.
Record Details
TitleGeorge Weldon - City Of Birmingham Orchestra - DX. 8247
ArtistGeorge Weldon
InstrumentOrchestra
GenreWestern Instrumental
LanguageEnglish
LabelColumbia
Made InIndia
ManufactureColumbia Gramophone Co. Ltd.
Serial No.DX 8247
Side One
  • Symphony No. 3 In F (Dvorak-Op. 76) Second Movement - First Part

 

Side Two
  • Symphony No. 3 In F (Dvorak-Op. 76) Fourth Movement - Second Part
 
Specification
Size12 Inches
Speed78 RPM
Record ConditionExcellent
Cover ConditionExcellent

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Artist
Artist - 1George Weldon
Instruments
Instrument - 1Orchestra
Record Details
GenreWestern Instrumental
LabelColumbia
LanguageEnglish
Size12 Inches
Speed78 RPM
Songs
Side1 - Song1Symphony No. 3 In F (Dvorak-Op. 76) Second Movement - First Part
Side2 - Song1Symphony No. 3 In F (Dvorak-Op. 76) Fourth Movement - Second Part