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    I've got a similar David Munroe album somewhere I'm sure but a single one.I do like some of the 70s early adopters of the period instrument movement, but I did think Christopher Hogwood and Trevor Pinnock move it up a notch by the end of the decade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence001 View Post
    I've got a similar David Munroe album somewhere I'm sure but a single one.I do like some of the 70s early adopters of the period instrument movement, but I did think Christopher Hogwood and Trevor Pinnock move it up a notch by the end of the decade.
    I wouldn't disagree with you there, though one wonders what Munrow could have achieved had he not sadly taken his life at the early age of 34.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Munrow
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    I hadn't realised that I had assumed he was older and retired while the younger ones took over the mantle I will listen to his recordings in a new light. I also have his Purcell "Come ye sons of art, away" and Music of the Gothic Era, the latter being one of my favourite early music vocal recordings.

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    They were both £1 charity shop purchases!

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    Pair of Akai sw7 II speakers today...
    Main System
    Musical Fidelity E100 Amplifier , Musical Fidelity E50 Tuner , Pioneer PDS 505 Precision CD Player , Pioneer PDS 703 CD Player , Audio Note ANJ/D Speakers Cables Van Del Hul Speaker Cables , Linn Interconnects , Cable Talk , Cambridge Yellow Pacific ,
    Vinyl -
    Rega Planer 2 with Rega Britain Green 250 Tonearm & Upgraded Van Den Hul Oil Bearing & Ortofon Super OM-10

    Second System:
    Technics - SU-C909U Pre-Amplifier & SE-A909S Power Amplifier & Technics ST-GT 1000 Tuner & Pioneer PDS 505 Precision player & Thorens TD-125 MK1 Turntable & SME 3009 Series 1 & Shure V15 Type II Cartridge & SME 2000 Plinth & Celestion A compact Speakers , Monster Speaker Cable , Cambridge Audio Atlantic Yellow Interconnects.

    Spare Kit
    Quad 33/303 , Creek 6060 , NAD 3020 Original , Cambridge P40 , Linn LK85 Power Amplifier , Luxman 507X , Pioneer SA 6300 , Linn Tukan , Sony ES 308 , Pioneer F-676 , Ariston RD40/80's Yamaha CR 820 , Sony TA 88 , Tannoy 615 MK2's

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    Naff all at the boot sale today
    Music , fills the gaps between silence !

    TAT Sale post Leader " Marcos Mentor "

    Also a pishanto specialist confirmed by Head Daftee

    Real name " Allen " or "Zoomer Nut”, “Numpty Napper”.

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    Bought a couple of DVDs for £1.50. Ricky Lee Jones's first LP in good nick for £1.50, but bugger all else.

    However my GF sold eighty quid's worth of stuff.
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    A few classical LPs:

    J. S. Bach - 'Concerto for Violin, Strings and Continuo, No.1 in A minor, BWV 1041' and 'No.2 in E major, BWV 1042'

    Members of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra. George Fischer: harpsichord. Violin and conductor: David Oistrakh.

    J. S. Bach - 'Concerto for 2 Violins, Strings and Continuo. D minor, BWV 1043'

    David and Igor Oistrakh, violins, George Malcolm, harpsichord. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, cond. Sir Eugene Goossens

    DGG 138 820 (1962)


    Lalo - 'Symphony Espagnol for violin and orchestra, Op.21' and M. Ravel - '"Tzigane", Concert Rhapsody for violin and orchestra'

    Ida Haendel, violin. Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, cond. Karel Ancerl.

    Supraphon SUA ST 50615 (1964)


    Mahler - 'Symphony No.1'

    London Symphony Orchestra, cond. Georg Solti

    Decca SXL 6113 (1964)


    Brahms - 'Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat, Op.83'[/B]

    Wilhelm Backhaus, piano. Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, cond. Karl Bohm

    Decca SXL 6322 (1967)


    All on lovely thick heavy vinyl, in excellent condition and complete with thick plastic outer sleeves. £1 each.
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    Bloody freezing today! All I bought was a 5V wall wart (to replace the one that charges up the portable vacuum cleaner, which I seem to have lost) and 4 DVDs. Total expenditure £4.

    On the other hand sold £50's worth of stuff.
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