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Performer: Peter Schickele

P.D.Q. BACH - The Intimate P.D.Q. Bach: Hansel and Gretel and Ted and Alice, S. 2“ “'. The O.K. Chorale from “Toot Suite,“ S. 212°. Erotica Variations, S. 36EE. The Art of the Ground Round, S. 1.19/lb (Review by John Bauman)

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P.D.Q. BACH ON THE AIR: Includes (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: 1712 Overture, S 1712 (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: 1712 Overture, S 1712 (Review by John Bauman)

vocal 

BACH, P. D. Q.: 1712 Overture, S. 1712. Capriccio "La Pucelle de New Orleans," S. under 18. Minuet Militaire, S. 1A. Prelude to "Einstein on the Fritz," S. e=mt. The Preachers of Crimetheus, S. 988 (Review by John Bauman)

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BACH, P. D. Q.: 1712 Overture, S. 1712. Capriccio "La Pucelle de New Orleans," S. under 18. Minuet Militaire, S. 1A. Prelude to "Einstein on the Fritz," S. e=mt. The Preachers of Crimetheus, S. 988 (Review by John Bauman)

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BACH, P. D. Q.: 1712 Overture, S. 1712. Capriccio "La Pucelle de New Orleans," S. under 18. Minuet Militaire, S. 1A. Prelude to "Einstein on the Fritz," S. e=mt. The Preachers of Crimetheus, S. 988 (Review by John Bauman)

intellectual guide 

BACH, P. D. Q.: 1712 Overture, S. 1712. Capriccio "La Pucelle de New Orleans," S. under 18. Minuet Militaire, S. 1A. Prelude to "Einstein on the Fritz," S. e=mt. The Preachers of Crimetheus, S. 988 (Review by John Bauman)

piano 

BACH, P. D. Q.: 4 Folk Song Upsettings, S 4 (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: 4 Folk Song Upsettings, S 4 (Review by John Bauman)

vocal 

BACH, P. D. Q.: A Little Nightmare Music. Octoot for Wind Instruments. Royal Firewater Musick (Review by Paul Rapoport)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: A Little Nightmare Music. Octoot for Wind Instruments. Royal Firewater Musick (Review by Paul Rapoport)

wine-pourer 

BACH, P. D. Q.: A Little Nightmare Music—an Opera in One Irrevocable Act, S. 13. Octoot, S. 8. Royal Firewater Music, S. 1/5 (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Cantata (Review by John Bauman)

bass 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Cantata (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Canzon Per Sonar a Sei—Count Them—Sei. Four Folk Songs Upsetting. “Sam and Janet. “ Hound Dog. Love Me. “Safe“ Sextet. Oo-La-La; Cookin' French Like the French Cook French. Canzonetta “La Hoopllna.“ (Review by John Bauman)

Announcer 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Classical Rap, S 1-2-3 (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Classical Rap, S 1-2-3 (Review by John Bauman)

vocal 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Concerto for Horn and Hardart, S 27. Cantata—Iphegenia in Brooklyn, S. 53162. Schleptet in E♭, S. 0. Madrigal—My Bonnie Lass She Smeleth, from “The Triumphs of Thusnelda,“ S. 1601 (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Concerto for Two Pianos vs. Orchestra, S. 2 are better than one'. Trio (sic) Sonata, S. 3(4). The Musical Sacrifice, S. 50% off (Review by John Bauman)

piano 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Echo Sonata for Two Unfriendly Groups of Instruments. New Horizon's in Music Appreciation (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Grand Serenade for an Awful Lot of Winds and Percussion, S 1000 (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Grand Serenade for an Awful Lot of Winds and Percussion, S 1000 (Review by John Bauman)

vocal 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Liebeslieder Polkas for Mixed Chorus & Piano Five Hands, S. 2/4, Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs for Bargain Counter Tenor, Basso Blotto, and Keyboards, S. 16 (“Arie Proprio Zodicale“) (Review by John Bauman)

bass 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Liebeslieder Polkas for Mixed Chorus & Piano Five Hands, S. 2/4, Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs for Bargain Counter Tenor, Basso Blotto, and Keyboards, S. 16 (“Arie Proprio Zodicale“) (Review by John Bauman)

piano 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Liebeslieder Polkas, S. 2/4. Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs, S. 16 (Review by John Bauman)

bass 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Liebeslieder Polkas, S. 2/4. Twelve Quite Heavenly Songs, S. 16 (Review by John Bauman)

piano 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Love Me. Oo-La-La (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Love Me. Oo-La-La (Review by John Bauman)

vocal 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Minuet Militaire, S 1A (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Minuet Militaire, S 1A (Review by John Bauman)

vocal 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Missa Hilarious. S.N20. Echo Sonata for Two Unfriendly Groups of Instruments, S. 9999999999?. A Consort of Choral Christmas Carols, S. 359* (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Missa Hilarious; Echo Sonata; A Consort of Choral Christmas Carols (“Throw the Yule Log on Uncle John,“ “O Little Town of Hackensack,“ “Good King Kong Looked Out“) (Review by Dana Sylvander)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Oedipus Tex, S 150 (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Oedipus Tex, S 150 (Review by John Bauman)

vocal 

BACH, P. D. Q.: Oedipus Tex—Dramatic Oratorio for Soloists, Chorus, and Orchestra, S. 150. Classical Rap, S. 1-2-3*. Knock, Knock Choral Cantata, S. 4/1. Birthday Ode to “Big Daddy“ Bach, for Soloists, Chorus, and Orchestra, S. 100* (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: The Jekyll and Hyde Tour (Review by James Miller)

enabler 

BACH, P. D. Q.: The Short Tempered Clavier (Review by John Bauman)

organ of the King Congregational Church of Fayray, North Dakota 

BACH, P. D. Q.: The Short Tempered Clavier (Review by John Bauman)

steam calliope 

BACH, P. D. Q.: The Short-Tempered Clavier, S 3.14159, easy as (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

BACH, P. D. Q.: The Short-Tempered Clavier, S 3.14159, easy as (Review by John Bauman)

vocal 

BACH, P. D. Q.: “Howdy“ Symphony in D. Perückenstück and Suite from “The Civilian Barber,“ S. 4F (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

PROKOFIEV: Sneaky Pete [sic] and the Wolf (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

narrator 

SAINT-SAËNS: Carnival of the Animals (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

narrator 

SCHICKELE: Bach Portrait (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

SCHICKELE: Bach Portrait (Review by John Bauman)

devious instrumentalist 

SCHICKELE: Bach Portrait (Review by John Bauman)

intellectual guide 

SCHICKELE: Bach Portrait (Review by John Bauman)

piano 

SCHICKELE: Chaconne à son Gouť (Review by John Bauman)

piano 

SCHICKELE: Eine kleine Nichtmusik (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

SCHICKELE: Eine kleine Nichtmusik. New Horizons in Music Appreciation (Review by John Bauman)

conductor 

SCHICKELE: Eine (Review by Dana Sylvander)

conductor 

SCHICKELE: Piano Quintet No. 1 (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

piano 

SCHICKELE: Silent Running (Review by Frederic Silber)

conductor 

SCHICKELE: Songs from The Knight of the Burning Pestle. Elegies for Clarinet and Piano. Summer Trio for Flute, Cello, and Piano (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

SCHICKELE: Songs from The Knight of the Burning Pestle. Elegies for Clarinet and Piano. Summer Trio for Flute, Cello, and Piano (Review by John Ditsky)

piano 

SCHICKELE: String Quartets (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

piano 

 

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