With a few outstanding exceptions and until recently, Titanic has specialized in recording music from the Mediæval through early Romantic periods on historical instruments. The following long-playing vinyl records are no longer available. They are listed here as a reminder of the history of the Titanic label.


The Catalogue

Ti-1

Scott-Martin Kosofsky, recorder:
Works of van Eyck "Der Fluyten Lust-Hof"

Ti-2 & 3

Scott-Martin Kosofsky and John Gibbons: Music of Hotteterre

Ti-4

The Boston Camerata, Joel Cohen, director:
"Courts and Chapels of Renaissance France"

Ti-5

David Rhodes: Baroque Guitar and Lute

Ti-6

The Humez Brothers: The Life of Bongo Bill

Ti-7

S-M. Kosofsky, recorder: Solos by Telemann & al.

Ti-8

Edward Smith, 1756 Hemsch harpsichord:
Works of d'Anglebert and Chambonnières

Ti-9

Martin Pearlman, harpsichord:
The Couperin Family, Louis, François, and Armand-Louis

Ti-10

Bernard Brauchli: The Renaissance Clavichord

Ti-11

Mireille Lagacé: Buxtehude on the Fisk Organ, Boston

Ti-12

The Amadé Trio (Malcolm Bilson, fortepiano; Sonya Monosoff, violin; John Hsu, 'cello):
Haydn Trios, Hob. xv: 19 (g minor); 27 (C Major); 29 (E-flat Major)

Ti-13

Paul Lolax: Ragtime Guitar, Works of Lamb and Joplin

Ti-14

Bernard Lagacé, organ: The Young Bach

Ti-15

Catherine & Robert Strizich: Lute Duets

Ti-16 & 17

Harley Gaber: The Winds Rise in the North, a modern string quintet

Ti-18

Tom Pixton, harpsichord: Sonatas of D. Scarlatti

Ti-19

The Cambridge Consort, Joel Cohen, director:
"Songs of a Travelling Apprentice" (circa 1500)

Ti-20

Tom Pixton, harpsichord: Works of William Byrd

Ti-21

The Greenwood Consort: "In Praise of Folly"

Ti-22

The Boston Camerata: Missa Fortuna Desperata by Josquin des Pres

Ti-23

Lawrence Wolfe, double bass: Works of Koussevitsky and Glière

Ti-24

Tamara Robertson, harpsichord: Works of Dieupart

Ti-25

Robert Strizich, baroque guitar: Works of Corbetta and de Viseé

Ti-26

The New England Consort of Viols
with Jane Bryden and Frank Hoffmeister:
"Musick for Voyces & Violls"

Ti-27

Bernard Brauchli, 1568 Tosi clavichord: The Renaissance Clavichord II

Ti-28

The Boston Museum Trio (John Gibbons, harpsichord; Laura Jeppesen, viola da gamba; Daniel Stepner, baroque violin): Jean-Philippe Rameau, Pieces de clavecin en concerts, performed on instruments from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Ti-29

Catherine Liddell, baroque lute: Works of J. S. Bach, Mouton, and D. Gaultier

Ti-30 & 31

John Gibbons, harpsichord: Johann Sebastian Bach, The Goldberg Variations

Ti-32

S-M. Kosofsky, recorder; Mark Kroll, harpsichord: Recorder Sonatas by George Frideric Handel

Ti-33 & 34

Carol Lieberman, baroque violin; Mark Kroll, harpsichord: Six Sonatas by J. S. Bach

Ti-35

Marion Verbruggen, recorder; John Gibbons, harpsichord; Christina Mahler, violoncello: Works of Telemann, Bach, Corelli, Loeillet.

Ti-36

Banchetto Musicale: Works of Telemann

Ti-37

Mireille Lagacé, organ: Works of Cabézon, Scheidt, Sweelinck, A. Gabrieli, Arauxo, Valente & al.

Ti-38

Bernard Lagacé, organ: Chorale Preludes of Brahms

Ti-39

San Francisco Baroque Ensemble: Works of François Couperin

Ti-40

Catherine & Robert Strizich, lutes & baroque guitar: Baroque Duets

Ti-41

Estéban Elizondo-Iriarte: Spanish music on the organ of Ataun, Guipuzcoa, Euskadi (Spain). Works of Soler, Durón, Cabanilles, Alvarado, Cabezón & al.

Ti-42

Bernard Brauchli, clavichord: Sonatas of Soler

Ti-43 & 44

Mireille and Geneviève Lagacé: Organs of Venice and Vicenza. Works of Frescobaldi, Merula, et al.

Ti-45

Sonya Monosoff & Carol Lieberman, baroque violins: Sonata for two violins by Jean-Marie Leclair

Ti-46

David Leisner, guitar: Works of Mertz and Giuliani

Ti-47 & 48

Sandra Miller, baroque flute; James Richman, harpsichord; Mary Springfels, viola da gamba; & al.: J. S. Bach, the chamber music for flute

Ti-49

Mark Kroll, harpsichord: Works of Handel and Scarlatti played on a 1789 Shudi & Broadwood

Ti-50

Seth Carlin, fortepiano: Schubert, Sonata in A Major, D. 959; Variations on an Original Theme, for piano four hands, with Maryse Carlin

Ti-51

Malcolm Bilson, fortepiano: Haydn Keyboard Sonatas, Vol. 1; Hob.XVI: 20(c minor), 23 (F Major), 32 (b minor), 43 (A-flat Major)

Ti-52

As above, Vol. 2; Hob.XVI: 26 (A Major), 34 (e minor), 46 (A-flat Major)

 

A series to be continued.

Ti-60 & 61

The Amadé Trio: Beethoven, Three Trios, opus 1

Ti-62

The Amadé Trio: Haydn Trios, Vol. 2

Ti-70

John Hsu, viola da gamba; Louis Bagger, harpsichord; Judith Davidoff, viola da gamba: Works of Marais

Ti-71

The Boston Museum Trio: "La Gamme" by Marais

Ti-72

Tom Pixton and Edward Parmentier, harpsichords: Vivaldi concertos for two violins and concertos for two mandolins arranged for two harpsichords

Ti-73

Roberta Gary, organ: Works of Pachelbel on the Brombaugh organ, Toledo, Ohio

Ti-74

Abraham Abreu, harpsichord: Works of J. S. Bach
Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue, Toccata in D, &c.

Ti-75

Joseph Ceo, viola d'amore; Geo. Kent, harpsichord: Works of Attilio Ariosti, Vol. 1

Ti-76

As above, Vol. 2

Ti-77

Martin Pearlman, harpsichord: Twelve Sonatas of Domenico Scarlatti

Ti-78

Mieczyslaw Horszowski, fortepiano: Works of Lodovico Giustini, Vol. 1, performed on the Cristofori piano of 1720 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ti-79

As above, Vol. 2

Ti-80

The Boston Museum Trio: The complete works of J. S. Bach for violin and continuo featuring the Stradivari baroque violin and other instruments at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Ti-81

The American Brass Quintet: Music of the 1850s performed on period instruments from the Rosenbaum Collection for the opening of the American Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ti-82

Scott-Martin Kosofsky, recorder; Mark Kroll, harpsichord; Shigenori Sennari, viola da gamba: Works of Philidor & Hotteterre performed on the Hotteterre & Denner recorders and other instruments from the Collection of Dorothy and Robert Rosenbaum

Ti-83

Mark Kroll, harpsichord: Works of Rameau on the Blanchet harpsichord in the Collection of Dorothy and Robert Rosenbaum

Ti-84

Friedrich von Heune, baroque Flute; Mark Kroll, harpsichord; Scott-Martin Kosofsky, recorder; Carol Lieberman: baroque violin: Music from the court of Frederick the Great performed on the Quantz flute and other instruments from the Collection of Dorothy and Robert Rosenbaum

Ti-86

Mary Sadovnikoff, fortepiano: Works of Mozart

Ti-87

Mary Sadovnikoff, fortepiano: Works of Mozart

Ti-88 & 89

Banchetto Musicale: Telemann, Saint Luke Passion

Ti-90

Carol Lieberman, baroque violin; Mark Kroll, harpsichord: Works of C. P. E. and J. C. Bach

Ti-91, 92 & 93

Christa Rakich, organ: J. S. Bach, Clavierubung, Part III. Vols. 1, 2 & 3

Ti-92

Richard Rephann, harpsichord: Works of Froberger and Chambonnières performed on the Ruckers harpsichord in the Yale University Collection

Ti-93

Richard Rephann, harpsichord: Works of Forqueray and Balabastre performed on the Taskin harpsichord in the Yale University Collection

Ti-94

Jean Rife, natural horn; with assisting artists: Music of Haydn, Beethoven, and Ries

Ti-95

Les Filles de Sainte-Colombe: English viol music

Ti-96

Joan Benson, clavichord: Works of Pasquini and Haydn performed on the Tosi and Schiedmayer clavichords at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Ti-97

New York Cornet & Sacbut Ensemble: German Brass Music, 1500 - 1700

Ti-100

The London Serpent Trio: "Sweet and Low"

Ti-101

Monadnock Music, James Bolle, director: Haydn Symphonies, Vol. I (Hob. I, nos. 42 and 43)

Ti-102

As above, Vol. 2 (nos. 26 and 49)

Ti-120 & 121

Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum; Jameson Marvin, conductor: Monteverdi Vespers (1610)

Ti-123

Preethi de Silva, harpsichord & fortepiano: Works of C. P. E. Bach & J. G. Müthel

Ti-124

Kenneth Drake, Broadwood fortepiano: Works of Beethoven

TiCAS-150

New York Cornet & Sacbut Ensemble: Venetian Music for Brass, 1500 - 1600

Catalog numbers in italics indicate recordings that were planned but may not have been released.


MNEMOSYNE RECORDS

Mn-1

Voice of the Turtle: Songs of the Sephardim

Mn-2

Trio LiveOak: Spanish Renaissance Music

Mn-3

Voice of the Turtle: Songs of the Sephardim, Vol. 2

Mn-4

Trio Live Oak: Spanish Mediæval Music

Mn-5

The Mair-Davis Duo: Latin American Music for Guitar and Mandolin , "Picaflor"

Mn-6

Irma Pogell, Pleyel harpsichord: "La tomba di Scarlatti"

Mn-7

Voice of the Turtle: Songs of the Sephardim, Vol. 3

 


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