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    I have rather a lot of classical music CDs for sale which i inherited off of my father. The CDs themselves should be in as new condition, he looked after his stuff like i do mine Rather than list the condition of each disc (there are loads ) i'll check the ones out that people express an interest in & let them know.

    Some will have non original replacement cases due to me having swiped the case & replaced it with a more worn/battered one. However if the case is at all damaged i'll supply a new case before it/they are dispatched & i'll inform the buyer of this if it's the case (pardon the pun ).

    I'm looking for 2.00 + P&P per cd. There are some box sets & these will be priced individually.

    In no particular order:-

    Berlioz - Harold En Italie Czech Philharmonic (Supraphon)
    Strauss - Ein Heldenleben Don Juan Chicago symphony Orchestra (RCA)
    Strauss - Eine Alpensinphonie Concertgebouw Orchestra/Haitink (Philips)
    Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra/Karajan (Deutche Grammophon)
    Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra/Don Juan Concertgebouw Orchestra/Haitink (Philips)
    Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra Boston Symphony Orchestra/Seiji Ozawa (Philips)
    Brahms - Symphony no4 Haydn Variations London Symphony Orchestra/Staatskapelle Dresden/Claudio Abbado (Deutche Grammophon)
    Haydn - Symphonies 94,96 & 100 Philharmonia Hungarica/Antal Dorati (Decca)
    Strauss - Ainsi Parlait Zarathoustra/Don juan New York Philharmomic Orchestra/Leonard Bernstein (Sony)
    Igor Stravinsky - The Firebird (Suite) London Symphony Orchestra/Claudio Abbado (Deutche Grammophon)

    Jeez this is going to take forever I'm getting a beer & i'll be back Maybe... I'm just trying to think if there's an easier way than this
    Last edited by Reid Malenfant; 06-10-2010 at 17:50. Reason: added 2 more for 10 a day
    Bests, Mark



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    I presume the several versions of Also Sprach Zarathustra were to allow you to find the best version? I did the same with Toccata & Fugue.

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    There's probably more yet We'll have to assume father did that trick i guess

    I think i'll stick to listing 10 CDs per day, i really couldn't face listing the lot at once
    Bests, Mark



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    Hello Mark,

    I'll take the Haydn and the Stravinsky please. PM me to advise how you would like to be paid.

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    Have you listened to this month's choice in the Album Club?

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    Ooooh a punter

    Ok Barry, let me check with the local PO on postage costs & i'll get back to you tomorrow By then i'll have probably listed another 10 anyway & you might want more
    Bests, Mark



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    Ok, 2 sold to Barry & they are in the postal system as of today

    So here's the first list (with Barrys buys removed) with an additional 10 more added on, looks like i forgot yesterday to add a daily 10

    Berlioz - Harold En Italie Czech Philharmonic (Supraphon)
    Strauss - Ein Heldenleben Don Juan Chicago symphony Orchestra (RCA)
    Strauss - Eine Alpensinphonie Concertgebouw Orchestra/Haitink (Philips)
    Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra/Karajan (Deutche Grammophon)
    Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra/Don Juan Concertgebouw Orchestra/Haitink (Philips)
    Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra Boston Symphony Orchestra/Seiji Ozawa (Philips)
    Brahms - Symphony no4 Haydn Variations London Symphony Orchestra/Staatskapelle Dresden/Claudio Abbado (Deutche Grammophon)
    Strauss - Ainsi Parlait Zarathoustra/Don juan New York Philharmomic Orchestra/Leonard Bernstein (Sony)
    Respighi - Ancient Airs & Dances Philharmonia Hungarica/Antal Dorati (Mercury)
    Dvorak - Overtures (In Natures Realm,Carnival, Othello, My Home, Husitska) Czech Philharmonic Orchestra/Karel Ancerl (Supraphon)
    Dvorak - Symphony No5 in F Major Op76 & The Water Goblin Scottish National Orchestra/Neeme Jarvi (Chandos)
    Vaughan Williams - Fantasia on Greensleeves, Serenade to Music, English Folk Song Suite, The Wasps, Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis, The Lark Ascending. London Symphony, London Philharmonic, New Philharmonic Orchestras (HMV)
    Vivaldi - The Four Seasons concerto No1 - 4 Nigel Kennedy English Chamber Orchestra (EMI)
    Dvorak - Symphony No.6 Symphonic variations London Symphony Orchestra/Istvan Kertesz (Decca)
    Dvorak - Symphony No.8, Carnival Overture, The Wood Dove. Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra/Rafael Kubelik (Deutche Grammophon)
    Dvorak - Symphony No.9 From The New World Amsterdam Philharmonic Orchestra/Arpad Joo (comes in a round painted tin) (Pilz)
    Berlioz - Symphonie Fanrtastique, Romeo & Juliette. Boston Symphony Orchestra/Seiji Ozawa (Deutche Grammophon)
    Strauss - Ein Heldenleben. Cleveland Orchestra/Vladimir Ashkenazy (Decca)

    Bests, Mark



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    I'll take the Respighi - Ancient Airs & Dances, Philharmonia Hungarica/Antal Dorati (Mercury), please Mark.

    Cheers
    Have you listened to this month's choice in the Album Club?

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    Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra/Karajan (Deutche Grammophon)
    Brahms - Symphony no4 Haydn Variations London Symphony Orchestra/Staatskapelle Dresden/Claudio Abbado (Deutche Grammophon)
    Dvorak - Overtures (In Natures Realm,Carnival, Othello, My Home, Husitska) Czech Philharmonic Orchestra/Karel Ancerl (Supraphon)
    Dvorak - Symphony No5 in F Major Op76 & The Water Goblin Scottish National Orchestra/Neeme Jarvi (Chandos)
    Vivaldi - The Four Seasons concerto No1 - 4 Nigel Kennedy English Chamber Orchestra (EMI)
    Dvorak - Symphony No.6 Symphonic variations London Symphony Orchestra/Istvan Kertesz (Decca)
    Dvorak - Symphony No.8, Carnival Overture, The Wood Dove. Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra/Rafael Kubelik (Deutche Grammophon)
    Dvorak - Symphony No.9 From The New World Amsterdam Philharmonic Orchestra/Arpad Joo (comes in a round painted tin) (Pilz)
    Berlioz - Symphonie Fanrtastique, Romeo & Juliette. Boston Symphony Orchestra/Seiji Ozawa (Deutche Grammophon)


    I'll have the above please - if still available
    Damian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I'll take the Respighi - Ancient Airs & Dances, Philharmonia Hungarica/Antal Dorati (Mercury), please Mark.

    Cheers
    Not a problem Barry
    Quote Originally Posted by dgdgdgdgdg View Post
    Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra/Karajan (Deutche Grammophon)
    Brahms - Symphony no4 Haydn Variations London Symphony Orchestra/Staatskapelle Dresden/Claudio Abbado (Deutche Grammophon)
    Dvorak - Overtures (In Natures Realm,Carnival, Othello, My Home, Husitska) Czech Philharmonic Orchestra/Karel Ancerl (Supraphon)
    Dvorak - Symphony No5 in F Major Op76 & The Water Goblin Scottish National Orchestra/Neeme Jarvi (Chandos)
    Vivaldi - The Four Seasons concerto No1 - 4 Nigel Kennedy English Chamber Orchestra (EMI)
    Dvorak - Symphony No.6 Symphonic variations London Symphony Orchestra/Istvan Kertesz (Decca)
    Dvorak - Symphony No.8, Carnival Overture, The Wood Dove. Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra/Rafael Kubelik (Deutche Grammophon)
    Dvorak - Symphony No.9 From The New World Amsterdam Philharmonic Orchestra/Arpad Joo (comes in a round painted tin) (Pilz)
    Berlioz - Symphonie Fanrtastique, Romeo & Juliette. Boston Symphony Orchestra/Seiji Ozawa (Deutche Grammophon)

    I'll have the above please - if still available
    Also not a problem

    What i'll do is stick them to one side for now as i'll be listing some more today & you both might want more
    Bests, Mark



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    I dont suppose there are any Bruckner cd's waiting to be listed????
    Damian.

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