"Perhaps there is an object lesson here that anyone with a substantial collection needs to catalog it,"
Or obtain the services of someone who can 'do that without all of the labor associated with having to create all of the physical documentation.'
On Sun, 6/8/14, Lou Judson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Unusual CD collection...
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Date: Sunday, June 8, 2014, 11:07 AM
As I said in my first
post, the collection has not been cataloged. One person here
has expressed interest offlist and I have put them in touch
with the parties.
information I have on the contents is this:
>> "She has
characterized the thematic emphasis of the two collections
(CDs and books) as being:
Classical, Opera, Rare, Jazz, Musicals
>> Books: Old, Sci Fi, Mystery, GLBT,
Historical (Plays, Musicals)"
needs to first be examined, removed from the basement, then
cataloged and hopefully archived! Wish I had the time and
resources to do it!
friend in Seattle just happened to meet the one who has it,
and the topic of music came up, and she said she is trying
to clear the deceased collector's house for the
Perhaps there is an
object lesson here that anyone with a substantial collection
needs to catalog it, so it doesn't end up in a dumpster
or thrift store to be dispersed willy-nilly...
On Jun 8, 2014, at 7:01 AM, Roger Kulp
Any live recordings
of symphony orchestras?