los Angeles is for an ever-growing number of admirers an event of rejoicing, for there are still too few by this superb Spanish soprano. The new 10 in., D.A.I976, adds two songs from Granados's Coleccian de Tonadillas. "El Maio Discreto " and " La Maja Dolorosa." Sir John Barbirolli and the Halle Orchestra give us a nostalgic pleasure in their recording of Delius's "A Song of Summer " where the fine sweep of the strings recalls summers we have only dreamed of.
rOLUMBIA. Dohnanyi's Suite fur %." Orchestra, a pleasing and interesting piece, even if neither very original nor very profound is recorded for the first time by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir
Malcolm Sargent. It occupies seven sides (D.X.1742-45) and forms a very welcome addition to the catalogue of this composer's recorded works.