Bruno Walter was a much-loved conductor, with an extensive discography, ranging from the acoustic period through to stereo LPs.
Wagner – Siegfried Idyll
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Bruno Walter
Columbia L1653/4
Matrices AX 782-1, 783-1, 789-2, 790-2 (5168, 5169, 5175, 5176)
Recorded 3rd December 1924 (sides 1 & 2), 5th December 1924 (sides 3 & 4), Columbia Petty France Studios
Available from December 1925 to July 1929

(An electrically recorded remake was waxed on 19th November 1926, but was not issued in the UK)

Walter’s acoustic recordings have not been widely reissued. This, the first of his four 78rpm recordings of the Siegfried Idyll, has been available on a limited edition Japanese CD. In total, thirteen different recordings of this work have been available in recordings by Walter (including a number of live recordings.)