Records in poor condition are not usually included in the catalogue. Sleeves are in similar condition to the LP, or better, unless I describe a problem. An "E-" sleeve is very nearly excellent. Please ask me if you want more information about a sleeve. I realise that different equipment may produce different results.
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Records in poor condition are not usually included in the catalogue. Sleeves are in similar condition to the LP, or better, unless I describe a problem.
An "E-" sleeve is very nearly excellent. Please ask me if you want more information about a sleeve. I realise that different equipment may produce different results.
I aim to provide enough guidance on condition for you to choose the condition you find acceptable. Established collectors will know already that early pressings often have more surface noise than later issues. My practice is to adjust my gradings to take account of this. Date recorded, This is only approximate. Where the record label or sleeve gives the date there is no problem.
Otherwise I use my reference books. Unless you have access to a similar machine yourself I do recommend you to tick the box on the order form requesting that I clean your records before despatching them. It is the original label for many SXLs. It is the original label for the later SXL wide bands. If I say that the label is "wide band" or "narrow band" the pressing is always an English pressing.
The earliest wide band pressings have a groove in the vinyl about 1 cm in from the outer edge of the label. These are described as "groove pressings". If you are not certain that a copy has the right pressing or label for you, please ask. If I am not available please leave me a message on my answer machine.
Please phone again later to check that I have received the message. If ordering by post, send no money until you receive a pro-forma invoice. You can pay online via a secure web page, provided by Paymentsense, after receiving my invoice, or you can ask me to charge your card.
If you want me to charge your card please tell me the number, the expiry date, the start date, the issue number if any and the Security Number the last three digits, on the back of the card, above your signature.
Ask me for my bank details. There is a small bank charge for overseas bank transfers. I can also accept cash in US Dollars or Euros, but there is an extra fee payable. Sent by UPS. Parcels of LPs are sent by Royal Mail with no extra insurance. Please enquire for higher levels of insurance. I use small packets under 2 kg if this gives a substantial saving.
Larger parcels are sent by UPS, at very reasonable rates. The parcels are tracked and you will receive email information about the tracking from DSV. However, if you should feel that the condition of a record you receive does not match my grading or description, please contact me immediately. Please do not return any LPs before you have heard from me in reply. All complaints should be made within 7 days of your receiving the LPs.
In the event of any returns, I am afraid that I cannot normally undertake to refund any payment made in respect of the optional record cleaning service or postage. LPs for return should be securely packed, preferably in their original packaging.
No SXL issue. Seraphim re-issue of ASD Original issue was ASD I last had a copy 7 years ago. Original issue of this recording. Our Hunting Fathers is the result of the close collaboration between Britten and W. A scarce set. First complete recording. This LP is clearly immensely rare, as I can find no references to it. Jacqueline du Pre occasionally played with them. My first copy. Small mark s. Gabrieli, Gesualdo, Banchieri. Mark in pressing gives about 23 soft ticks. Symphony 8 is true stereo.
Oscar Peterson – Jazz Exercises, Minuets, Etudes & Pieces for Piano
Abstract: The Livingston Gearhart Collection of Scores contains compositions and arrangements by Gearhart in published and manuscript forms, as well as sketches and incomplete works. It also contains published scores by other composers annotated by Gearhart. Blough, ; re-processed by Jared Rex, Additions processed by John Bewley, As a child Gearhart studied piano, oboe, violoncello, and sang in church choirs in Buffalo and New York City.
When you put them together you have a complete work-out that will allow you to function at your peak and feel great. Everyday we try to achieve a well balanced practice session that covers these key areas of musicianship. However, this neatly structured routine works a lot better in theory than it does in reality. Some days we skip a few parts of our routine and on others, we spend all of our time trying to master one exercise. This can be difficult because the things that make the most difference in our playing such as transcribing, inevitably take the most time. Therefore, to make way for these primary activities, other topics like technique are sacrificed in their entirety. For many of us with a limited amount of time for practicing, this creates a major dilemma.