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No design credit is given on this Mozart Symphony no. 40 Beethoven Symphony no. 8 record cover album with the National Symphony Orchestra, that makes great use of the negative image.Beethoven Fifth Symphony with Havana Symphony Orchestra, shown above, is an a fine portrait cover done by Curt John Witt. Witt was also known as Design House.Unmistakable in design are these three Steinweiss record covers of Beethoven symphony no. 9i n D minor, op. 125 Bruno Walter; Madame Butterfly and Verdi La Traviata.
Slowly but surely we are coming into a different type of design adventure with the bold brush strokes of two tone abstract expressionism by Jon Henry, almost after Franz Kline on this Stravinsky Rite of Spring cover.