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MARYLA JONAS, PIANIST (1911-1959):
A DISCOGRAPHY


© Nigel Nettheim 2001. Released 10 September 2001, revised 15 September 2017

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IDENTIFICATION 78 LP Columbia CD
Composer Work Incipit Date
recorded
Matrix Comments Columbia 3-228 ML 2004 ML 2036 ML 2101 ML 2143 ML 4476 ML 4624 Sony St-Laurent Pearl Other
Bach,
Wilhelm F.
Capriccio in d Bach WF Capriccio 1947/09/23 XCO 39135, 39136 Also titled Fantasie or Fantasia for harpsichord; Falck catalog no. 19. ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ A3 4/03 (5'38") 4/01.(5'34") ­ ­
Casella,
Alfredo
Bolero and Galop in a/C
(from "Children's Suite", "Undici pezzi infantili", op.35)
Casella Bolero and Galop 1951/05/17 XCO 46528 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ B7 4/10 (2'09") 4/08.(2'08") ­ ­
Chopin Berceuse op.57 in Db  Chopin Berceuse 1951/06/01 XCO 46520 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ B1 ­ 3/05 (5'42") 3/09.(5'39") ­ ­
Chopin Etude op.10/6 in eb Chopin op.10/6 1951/06/01 XCO 46522 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ A2 ­ 3/02 (3'47") 3/07.('3'48") ­ ­
Chopin Etude op.25/2 in f Chopin op/25/2 1951/06/15 XCO 46531 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ A3 ­ 3/03 (1'43") 3/10.(1'44") ­ ­
Chopin Impromptu op.29 in Ab Chopin op.29 1951/06/15 XCO 46533 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ B2 ­ 3/06 (4'13") 3/11.(4'14") ­ ­
Chopin Mazurka op.07/5 in C Chopin op.7/5 1949/09/20 XCO 41442 ­ MM-897
72966-D
­ ­ ­ B5 ­ ­ ­ 2/09 (0'31") 2/09.(0'34") ­ ­
Chopin Mazurka op.17/2 in e Chopin op.17/2 1949/09/19 XCO 41437 ­ MM-897
72966-D
­ ­ ­ A1 ­ ­ ­ 2/01 (2'00") 2/01.(2'03") ­ ­
Chopin Mazurka op.17/3 in Ab Chopin op.17/3 1949/09/19 XCO 41438 ­ MM-897
72968-D
­ ­ ­ A4 ­ ­ ­ 2/04 (4'53") 2/03.(4'52") ­ ­
Chopin Mazurka op.17/4 in a Chopin op.17/4 1949/09/20 XCO 41440 Wrongly listed on cover of LP ML 2101 as op.68/2, as in Columbia list reproduced in Sony booklet p.24. MM-897
72967-D
­ ­ ­ A3 ­ ­ ­ 2/03 (4'20") 2/06.(4'18") ­ ­
Chopin Mazurka op.24/1 in g Chopin op.24/1 1949/09/19 XCO 41437 ­ MM-897
72966-D
­ ­ ­ A2 ­ ­ ­ 2/02 (2'38") 2/02.(2'40") ­ ­
Chopin Mazurka
op.24/3 in Ab
Chopin op.24/3 1947/09/29 XCO 39163 ­ MM-810
72775-D (12")
­ ­ B2 ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/16 (1'45") 1/13.(1'48") 01 (1'49") ­
Chopin Mazurka op.30/1 in c Chopin op.30/1 1947/09/29 XCO 39163 ­ MM-810
72775-D (12")
­ ­ B1 ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/15 (1'31") 1/12.(1'34") 04 (1'36") ­
Chopin Mazurka op.30/2 in b Chopin op.30/2 1946/04/19 XCO 36133 ­ M-626
71810-D (12");
MM-626
72099-D (12")
­ A4 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/04 (1'16") 1/06.(1'17") 07 (1'18") Andante2
81 (1'13")
Chopin Mazurka op.30/4 in c# Chopin op.30/4 1947/09/29 XCO 39166 ­ MM-810
72776-D (12")
­ ­ B4 ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/18 (3'42") 1/16.(3'42") 11 (3'44") ­
Chopin Mazurka op.33/1 in g# Chopin op.33/1 1949/09/19 XCO 41439 ­ MM-897
72967-D
­ ­ ­ B2 ­ ­ ­ 2/06 (1'48") 2/04.(1'51") ­ ­
Chopin Mazurka op. 41/2 in e Chopin op.41/2 1947/09/29 XCO 39162 Wrongly listed as op. 41/1 in Sony booklet p.33. MM-810
72775-D (12")
­ ­ A4 ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/13 (2'44") 1/10.(2'42") 06 (2'44") ­
Chopin Mazurka op. 41/4 in Ab Chopin op.41/4 1947/09/29 XCO 39162 Wrongly listed as op. 41/3 in Sony booklet p.33. MM-810
72775-D (12")
­ ­ A5 ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/14 (1'44") 1/11.(1'43") 12 (1'47") ­
Chopin Mazurka op. 56/3 in c Chopin op.56/3 1947/09/29 XCO 39165 ­ MM-810
72774-D (12")
­ ­ A3 ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/12 (4'48") 1/15.(4'47") 09 (4'49") ­
Chopin Mazurka op.59/1 in a Chopin op.59/1 1949/09/20 XCO 41441 Wrongly titled "Valse" in enclosed listing for St-Laurent CD. MM-897
72968-D
­ ­ ­ B1 ­ ­ ­ 2/05 (3'49") 2/07.(3'50") ­ ­
Chopin Mazurka op.63/3 in c# Chopin op.63/3 1949/09/20 XCO 41442 ­ MM-897
72966-D
­ ­ ­ B4 ­ ­ ­ 2/08 (2'09") 2/08.(2'10") ­ ­
Chopin Mazurka op. 67/2 in g Chopin op.67/2 1946/04/19 XCO 36135 ­ M-626
71810-D (12");
MM-626
72099-D (12")
­ A3 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/03 (1'33") 1/05.(1'36") 08 (1'40") Andante2
80 (1'33")
Chopin Mazurka op.67/4 in a Chopin op.67/4 1949/09/19 XCO 41439 ­ MM-897
72967-D
­ ­ ­ B3 ­ ­ ­ 2/07 (2'38") 2/05.(2'39") ­ ­
Chopin Mazurka op. 68/3 in F Chopin op.68/3 1947/09/29 XCO 39167 ­ MM-810
72774-D (12")
­ ­ A1 ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/10 (2'18") 1/17.(2'19") 03 (2'22") ­
Chopin Mazurka op. 68/4 in f Chopin op.68/4 1946/04/19 XCO 36133 ­ M-626
71810-D (12");
MM-626 72099-D (12")
­ A2 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/02 (1'32") 1/03.(1'34") 02 (1'36") Andante2
79 (1'31")
Chopin Mazurka op. posth. in G Chopin op.posth G 1947/09/29 XCO 39167 ­ MM-810
72774-D (12")
­ ­ A2 ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/11 (1'12") 1/18.(1'12") 05 (1'15") ­
Chopin Mazurka op. posth. in a "Notre Temps" Chopin op.posth a 1947/09/29 XCO 39164 ­ MM-810
72776-D (12")
­ ­ B3 ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/17 (3'40") 1/14.(3'40") 10 (3'40") ­
Chopin Mazurka op. posth. in Bb
[No. 1 (Brown), No. 2 (Paderewski, Kobylanska)]
Chopin op.posth Bb 1946/04/19 XCO 36135? 36133? Not listed on cover of LP ML 2004. Wrongly labelled "Bb minor" on Pearl CD. MM-626
72099-D(?)
­ A1 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/01 (1/38") 1/02.(1'38") 13 (1'40") Andante2
78 (1'35")
Chopin Nocturne op.09/1 in bb Chopin op.9/1 1950/02/22 XCO 42381, 42382 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ B1 ­ ­ 2/13 (6'11") 3/04.(6'12") ­ ­
Chopin Nocturne op.09/2 in Eb Chopin op.9/2 1950/02/21 XCO 42378 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ A1 ­ ­ 2/10 (4'28") 3/01.(4'31") ­ ­
Chopin Nocturne op.15/3 in g Chopin op.15/3 1950/02/21 XCO 42380 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ A3 ­ ­ 2/12 (5'10") 3/03.(5'09") ­ ­
Chopin Nocturne op.32/1 in B Chopin op.32/1 1950/02/21 XCO 42379 Wrongly labelled "B minor" on LP ML 2143. ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ A2 ­ ­ 2/11 (5'10") 3/02.(5'18") ­ ­
Chopin Nocturne op.55/1 in f Chopin op.55/1 1950/02/22 XCO 42383 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ B2 ­ ­ 2/14 (5'42") 3/05.(4'51") ­ ­
Chopin Nocturne op.72/1 in e Chopin op.72/1 1946/04/30 (retake from 1946/04/19) XCO 36134-2A ­ M-626
71811-D (12");
MM-626
72100-D (12")
­ A5 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/05 (4'35") 1/04.(4'35") 17 (4'38") Andante2
37 (4'35")
Chopin Nocturne op.posth. in c# Chopin op.posth. c# 1946/04/30 (retake from 1946/04/19) XCO 36132 ­ M-626
71811-D (12");
MM-626
72100-D (12")
­ B1 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/06 (4'06") 1/01.(4'03") 18 (4'04") Andante2
38 (4'01")
Chopin Polonaise op.26/1 in c# Chopin op.26/1 1951/06/01 XCO 46518, 46519 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ A1 ­ 3/01 (6'59") 3/06.(6'57") ­ ­
Chopin Polonaise op.71/2 in Bb Chopin op.71/2 1946/04/19 XCO 36131 ­ M-626
71812-D (12");
MM-626
72101-D (12")
­ B4 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/09 (4'37") 1/09.(4'39") 16 (4'41") Andante2
48 (4'38")
Chopin Waltz op.64/2 in c# Chopin op.64/2 1951/06/15 XCO 46531 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ B3 ­ 3/07 (3'43") 3/12.(3'44") ­ ­
Chopin Waltz op.69/2 in b Chopin op.69/2 1951/06/01 XCO 46521 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ A4 ­ 3/04 (5'42") 3/08.(2'58") ­ ­
Chopin Waltz op. 70/1 in Gb Chopin op.70/1 1946/04/30 (retake from 1946/04/19) XCO 36136 ­ M-626
71812-D (12");
MM-626
72101-D (12")
­ B2 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/07 (2'37") 1/07.(2'39") 14 (2'41") ­
Chopin Waltz op. 70/3 in Db Chopin op.70/3 1946/04/30 (retake from 1946/04/19) XCO 36136 ­ M-626
71812-D (12");
MM-626
72101-D (12")
­ B3 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1/08 (2'01") 1/08.(1'58") 15 (2'01") ­
Dussek La Consolation op.62 in Bb Dussek La Consolation 1951/05/09 XCO 46523, 46524 The "La" has been omitted from the title in some of the recordings. ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ A2 4/02 (8/53") 4/03.(8'57") ­ ­
Handel Passacaglia in g
(from Suite no. 7 in g, HWV 432)
Habdel Passacaglia g 1947/09/23 XCO 39137 [78]
ZLP 1019 [LP]
The same performance was dubbed from acetate onto 78 and onto 7" non-flexible LP, the only difference therefore being in sound quality. X-290
17562-D [78]
B ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ A1 4/01 (3'19") 2/26.(3'17") [78]
4/02.(3'18") [LP]
32 (3'20") [78] WAP1
11 (3'16") [LP]
Mendelssohn Song without Words op.62/1 in G Mendelssohn op.62/1 1951/05/09 XCO 46525 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ B4 4/07 (3'31") 4/04.(3'31") ­ ­
Mendelssohn Song without Words op.102/4 in g Mendelssohn op.102/4 1951/05/09 XCO 46525 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ B5 4/08 (2'28") 4/05.(2'30") ­ ­
Mozart Sonata K331 in A, 3rd movement "Turkish March" Mozart K331-3 1951/05/09 XCO 46527 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ B1 4/04 (3'42") 4/06.(3'42") ­ ­
Rameau / unidentified arranger Menuet and Trio in g/G Rameau Menuet and Trio g/G 1947/09/30 XCO 39173? 39172? [78]
ZLP 1018 [LP]
Arranged from two separate Menuets (in reverse order, here the first in g minor and the second in G major) from Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, Suite in G major, c.1727; the arranger is unknown.
The same performance was dubbed from acetate onto 78 and onto 7" non-flexible LP, the only difference therefore being in sound quality. The matrix number is wrong a/c the Sony booklet p.24, but see p.40.
X-290
17562-D?
A ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 4/12 (2'26") 2/25.(2'26") [78] 33 (2'28") [78] This website (2'38") [LP]
Rossi, Lorenzo de (?) Andantino in G Rossi Andantino in G 1947/09/30 XCO 39172? 39173-1B? First released by Sony (however, their booklet p.42 says "Track 12 previously unreleased", in error for "Track 11"). Matrix number wrong a/c Sony booklet p.24, but see p.40. X-290
17562-D?
­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 4/11 (2'21") ­ ­ ­
Schubert Impromptu op.90/3 in G Schubert op.90/3 1946/04/19 XCO 36129 Played in G, following some early but incorrect editions, instead of Gb. X-290
72047-D
­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 4/13 (4'37") 2/23.(4'36") 35 (4'38") ­
Schubert / unidentified arranger Waltzes (medley) Schubert Waltzes medley 1946/04/19 XCO 36130 For the contents, see below the table under "Work".
D365/33 is given wrongly as D major instead of F major in the enclosed listing for St-Laurent.
X-290
72047-D
­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 4/14 (3'12) 2/24.(3'18") 34 (3'20") ­
Schubert /
Liszt
Ständchen (Serenade) in d Schubert/Liszt Serenade d 1951/05/17 XCO 46529 Arranged by Liszt from Schubert's D957 No. 4 "Ständchen". ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ B2 4/05 (4'38") 4/09.(4'38") ­ ­
Schumann Kinderszenen Op.15 Schumann Kinderszenen 1947/09/30 XCO 39168 to
39171
­ X-290
72496-D
72497-D (12"x2);
MX 290
74298-D,
74299-D (12"x2)
­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 4/15-27 2/10-22. 19-31 (14'36") ­
Thomson,
Virgil
Music-box Lullaby in Eb Thomson Music-box Eb 1951/06/15 XCO 46530 No. 6 of Ten Etudes for Piano, 1946. ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ B3 4/06 (1'14") 4/10.(1'15") ­ ­
Villa-Lobos, H. Music Box in G Villa-Lobos Music Box G 1951/05/09 XCO 46526 The composer was wrongly given as Nicholas in the recordings; see under Errors below. ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ B6 4/09 (1'59") 4/07.(2'00") ­ ­


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IDENTIFICATION:

Composer: Note the errors in the documentation accompanying the recordings as released for composers Nicholas -> Villa-Lobos and Rossi -> Rameau — see below under Errors.

Work: Upper-case letters indicate major keys, lower-case letters minor.
The contents of the medley of Schubert Waltzes was not originally documented; the items were provided by NN:
D365 No. 2 in Ab (complete),
D365 No. 12 in Ab (part 1 only, repeated),
D365 No. 19 in G (part 1 repeated, part 2 not repeated),
D365 No. 21 in G (part 1 only, repeated),
D365 No. 29 in D (part 1 only, not repeated),
D365 No. 33 in F (part 1 all 16 bars, part 2 not repeated),
D779 No. 27 in Eb (part 1 repeated, part 2 the last 8 bars only repeated).
The source of this medley is not known to me; clues may be found in the variant text used, e.g. in D365/2 bar 13 first note a tone higher, which appears in, for instance, Czerny's version seen in Maurice Brown, Essays on Schubert, Macmillan 1966 p.301. The mordent on the first note may also provide a clue. Dreadful inaccuracies occurred in Jonas's playing of the last few bars of D365 No. 21, a possible reason why this item was not used in LP compilations.
In connection with the two Music Boxes, the following excerpt from an email to me from James Cohn dated 22 August 2001 may be of interest:
"She [Maryla Jonas] told me that she liked to collect and play little miniature "music-box" pieces, many of which were composed especially for her by such friends as the brothers Edward and Viktor Labunski."

Incipit: These are provided to help avoid errors of indentification, especially the frequent confusion of the Rossi Andantino with the Rameau Minuet and Trio.

Date: The date of recording is intended, rather than the date of issue.

Matrix: A matrix number identifies one side, typically of a 78 rpm recording. When a matrix number ends with a hyphen followed by a number, the latter number indicates the take in the given session.

Comments: These are of various kinds.

PRODUCTION DETAILS:

Timings can only be approximate. For CDs, the timing printed in the CD's documentation sometimes does not match that indicated by a playing device. For CDs the timing includes any silence on the track before and after the playing.
Tracks are shown as B3 for track 3 of side B.

78s:

Columbia: US releases. The prefix in some cases could be M or MM (= Modern Music); see for instance http://www.78rpmcommunity.com/colmasterworks/introduction.html .

LPs:

Columbia: 12": ML 4476 ("A Piano Recital of Chopin"), ML 4624 ("Maryla Jonas plays Piano Miniatures").
10": ML 2004 ("Piano Music of Chopin") (issued in 1948), ML 2036 ("Chopin Mazurkas"), ML 2101 ("Chopin Mazurkas"), ML 2143 ("Chopin Nocturnes").
7": 3-228 (ZLP 1018, 1019) (this is 33 rpm but not flexible).
The LPs ML2004, ML2036 and ML2101 have corresponding 78s. The LPs ML2143, ML4476 and ML4624 do not have corresponding 78s. The single exception is the Handel Passacaglia: the same performance was issued as a 78 and also as an LP, even though not transferred from the 78. The "Rossi" (actually Rameau) item was also dubbed to LP quality but has not yet been released other than on the rare 7" LP; I am therefore making it available on this website (see the Other column). The 7" LP ZLP 3-228 provides LP sound, not 78 sound. According to the Producer's note in the Pearl booklet, all the recordings were made onto acetates; the acetates could then be dubbed to 78 or to LP or to both.
Another 12" LP, not shown in the table, is Columbia Entré RL 6624 Green label ("Chopin Mazurkas"), which combines the complete contents of ML 2101 and ML 2036.
Another 12" LP, not shown in the table, is Columbia Masterworks Preview XLP 12723 (Preview Kit No. 14, 1253), which includes one work played by Maryla Jonas, the Dussek "La Consolation" from ML 4624.

CDs:

Sony: The Maryla Jonas Story: her complete piano recordings remastered, Sony Classical 88985391782. Released 2 August 2017. "Newly transferred from the original analogue discs and tape masters using state-of-the-art 24 bit / 192 kHz technology".
St-Laurent: Maryla Jonas Vol. 1: The 78 rpm recordings YSL 78-219 (2 CDs); Vol. 2: The lp records YSL 78-223 (2 CDs). Released c2015. In this discography the CDs are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 for Vol.1 CD1, Vol.1 CD2, Vol.2 CD1, Vol.2 CD2.
Pearl: Piano Masters: Maryla Jonas, GEM 0077, released/04/2000. http://www.pavilionrecords.com
Other:
Andante2: Chopin — Solo Piano, Andante AND AN1190, disc 2 of 4, released 22 March 2005. The two Nocturnes also appear on A Chopin Program from the Andante Collection, tracks 8-9.
WAP1: Women at the Piano, Volume 1, Naxos 8.111120, released 2006.
This website: See under Columbia above.

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ERRORS

Errors in earlier sources:
As is commonly found in the documentation of recordings, misprints and other errors occur; see the Comments column. Details for several of them follow:
(1) The most thorough-going of these concerns the piece identified up to now (10 May 2017) as "Rossi Andantino". All the past identifications until the Sony CD set are wrong in all three respects, that is, composer, title and key:
Pearl CD: "Rossi Andantino in C".
St-Laurent CD: "Salamone Rossi (1570-1630) Andantino in C minor".
7-inch LP 3-228: "Rossi Andantino in C major".
The correct identification of the item heard on the above releases is: Rameau Menuet and Trio (two Menuets) from Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, Suite in G major (c.1727). Jonas has started with the second Menuet in g minor, then played the first Menuet in G major as a Trio, and then again the first Menuet da capo. Thus the two Rameau Menuets have been arranged to form a Menuet and Trio. The identity of the arranger is unknown to me.
The explanation:
The booklet accompanying the Sony CD includes reproductions of the original Columbia documentation, and they provide the explanation for these errors:
p.24, type-written as:
39172 Rossi
39173 Rameau
p.40, type-writing overwritten by hand as:
39173 Rossi
39172 Rameau
Thus the two items had been entered with the wrong matrix numbers originally, and then corrected by interchanging them. This error was propagated until Sony's release. It also meant that the Rameau Minuet and Trio was wrongly identified as the Rossi Andantino. The wrong keys given were additional independent errors, and St-Laurent indicated the wrong Rossi, out of several composers with that name. The correct music of the Rossi Andantino is now released for the first time by Sony, and the music previously thought to be by Rossi has been correctly identified as by Rameau. Ironically, Sony themselves made the same error on their p.42: "CD 4, Track 12 previously unreleased", whereas it is Track 11 that was previously unreleased. A score of the Rossi work can be seen here.
(2) A second error has been the misidentification of the composer Villa-Lobos as Nicholas in all sources including the Sony release. The correct identification was made in 2017 by Christopher Howell, referring to the present website. Howell's very alert deduction is further supported by the composer's name having been entered in hand-writing instead of the usual type-writing, according to p.41 of Sony's booklet, and the type-written Thomson crossed out with Nicholas written in by hand, according to p.25 of the booklet.
(3) The Chopin Mazurkas op.41/2 and op.41/4 were correctly identified in all sources until Sony surprisingly announced in their booklet p.33 that the previous identifications had been wrong. In fact it is Sony's announcement that is wrong.

Errors in this discography:
Errors, gaps and question marks remain in the present discography. The help of readers in rectifying these will be greatly appreciated; for this purpose or to make other comments, please send email (via my home page).

RATIONALE

My reasons for attempting this discography were that (i) in connection with my research into her playing, I needed a discography of Maryla Jonas, as complete as could be managed and covering all media, and (ii) I did not know of the existence of such a discography. I am releasing it on the Internet in the hope that (a) it might be helpful to others, and (b) others might help to correct errors and provide additional information.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Help is gratefully acknowledged from (in alphabetical order):

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