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for those interested in The Decca Sound: The Analogue Years

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The Decca Sound: The Analogue Years (limited edition) [54 CDs]

Label: Decca 001934702  Release Date: 11/19/2013  UPC: 028947854371

SPECIAL LIBRARY SALE OFFER $ 119.97 This is a time sensitive SALE that is
good until Nov. 22, '13 at noon EST. No extensions allowed per label.

In the late 1940s, the pioneering Decca recording engineers perfected a new
set of microphone techniques that allowed the full range of frequencies to
be fully heard by listeners for the first time, and the term 'full frequency
range recording' was launched. It was a major revolution in sound quality,
and the beginnings of high fidelity. Perfected with the birth of stereo in
the mid-1950s, Decca's 'Full Frequency Stereophonic Sound' became a
worldwide hallmark of sonic excellence and a golden age of classical
recorded music was born. THE ANALOGUE YEARS presents a 50-Album overview
across 54 CDs, in original jackets, of the celebrated international
recordings that emerged from the London-based record label in that
pre-digital era. Limited-Edition set of 50 acclaimed ffss recordings from
the stereo analogue years - a true golden era of recording. Includes Decca's
first stereo recordings (1954) and special bonus disc of MONO versions. Many
albums include generous fillers. Original cover art used for each sleeve.
Multilingual booklet contains articles on the development of ffss, the
artists, and the venues. Full recording information on each album and
numerous photographs. 

In the late 1940s, the pioneering Decca recording engineers perfected a new
set of microphone techniques that allowed the full range of frequencies to
be fully heard by listeners for the first time, and the term full frequency
range recording was launched. It was a major revolution in sound quality,
and the beginnings of high fidelity. Perfected with the birth of stereo in
the mid-1950s, Deccas Full Frequency Stereophonic Sound became a worldwide
hallmark of sonic excellence and a golden age of classical recorded music
was born. THE ANALOGUE YEARS presents a 50-Album overview across 54 CDs, in
original jackets, of the celebrated international recordings that emerged
from the London-based record label in that pre-digital era. Limited-Edition
set of 50 acclaimed ffss recordings from the stereo analogue years a true
golden era of recording. 

Includes Deccas first stereo recordings (1954) and special bonus disc of
MONO versions. Many albums include generous fillers. Original cover art used
for each sleeve. Multilingual booklet contains articles on the development
of ffss, the artists, and the venues. Full recording information on each
album and numerous photographs. 

CONTENTS: http://www.deccaclassics.com/us/cat/4785437?sort=newest_rec
<http://www.deccaclassics.com/us/cat/4785437?sort=newest_rec&SearchString=02
8947854371&per_page=50&flow_per_page=50&presentation=flow>
&SearchString=028947854371&per_page=50&flow_per_page=50&presentation=flow 

As always, this sale is open to your staff members as well. Staff orders
will be shipped to their attention C/O their library.

 

Orders accepted via e-mail & snail mail. Purchase orders always welcome.

 

When ordering, please identify this special offer. PLEASE SELECT CAREFULLY
AS THERE ARE NO " ORDERED IN ERROR " RETURNS ALLOWED ON SPECIAL SALE TITLES.


 

Music Hunter standing order clients automatically receive these bargain
prices when the product fits into their preorder profile.

 

Music Hunter library terms are NET 30 days from receipt of merchandise.
Music Hunter does not accept credit cards or PayPal. Music Hunter invoices
are supplied with your shipments. 

 

Music Hunter sells only authentic, original CDs/DVDs. We are dedicated to
the fight against piracy, and to the protection of the rights of artists,
recording labels, and publishers.

 

Music Hunter is an independent, privately owned company and is not
affiliated with or connected to any other company or person beyond our
wholesale distributor agreements.

 

Your search for sound & video ends here!

Jay Sonin, General Manager
Music Hunter Distributing Company
4880 North Citation Drive, Suite # 101
Delray Beach, Florida 33445-6552
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561-450-7152 

 

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