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for those interested in Mercury Living Presence, Vol. 3: The Collector's Edition &/or The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet

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Simply a feast for libraries...

Mercury Living Presence, Vol. 3: The Collector's Edition - the concluding
release, completing the transfer of these landmark recordings to CD [53 CDs]

Label: Decca  002275902  Release Date: 3/23/2015  UPC: 028947878964

 

SPECIAL MLA SALE $ 150.97 Offered only here. This is a time sensitive SALE
that is good through April 1, '15  No extensions allowed per label.

 

This landmark release marks the point at which the entire Mercury Living
Presence catalog, as remastered by original recording producers in the
1990s, is available in physical form. In addition, Decca presents 10 albums
that have never before been on CD, mixed down, restored and remastered from
fragile tapes, to allow the fullest possible appreciation of this landmark
label. The booklet includes the detail about the recording, engineers and
producers, microphones, tapes, dates and locations.

NEVER BEFORE ON CD.Working with Wilma Cozart Fine's son, Thomas Fine, and
Andrew Walter at London's Abbey Road Studios, Decca proudly present 10 new
albums, never before on CD, restored from the original tapes, restored and
remastered. This has involved the application of new technology combined
with delicate handling of these fragile tapes, some untouched since original
release in the late 1950s, to secure the best possible sound. The results
are remarkable and beyond all expectation, due in part to new processes
which can eliminate the mechanical distortion, wow and flutter and smearing
inherent in the recording techniques of the 1950s without destroying the
original, bright, clear sound which made the label so famous. The ten albums
are:

-CD15: Frederick Fennell conducts Victor Herbert [NEW TO CD]
-CD38: Ginastera: Variaciones Concertantes; Britten: The Young Person's
Guide To The Orchestra [Mono recording]
-CD39: Copland: Symphony No.3 [Mono recording]
-CD40: Respighi: Church Windows; Roman Festivals [Mono recording]
-CD43: Beethoven: Symphony No.3 in E Flat - "Eroica" 
-CD48: World Of Flamenco 
-CD49: Baroque Concertos For Recorders & Strings 
-CD50: Hindemith: Symphony in B Flat; Schoenberg: Theme & Variations;
Stravinsky: Symphonies for Wind
-CD52: Tchaikovsky: Overture 1812; Capriccio Italien [Mono recording]
-CD53: Shostakovich: String Quartets Nos. 4 & 8

COMPLETE CONTENTS: http://www.deccaclassics.com/us/cat/4787896 

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Los Angeles Guitar Quartet-New Renaissance

Label: Lagq Records  315  Release Date: 3/17/2015  UPC: 616892276449

 

SPECIAL MLA SALE $ 13.77 Offered only here. This is a time sensitive SALE
that is good through April 1, '15  No extensions allowed per label.

 

In their latest recording, NEW RENAISSANCE, LAGQ embarks on a quixotic
journey through Spain, Italy, England and France. Featuring original
arrangements and compositions inspired by such Renaissance masters as 

Francesco da Milano, John Dowland and Josquin des Prez, it also shares
connections with Miguel de Cervantes and the Minister of Silly Walks
himself, Sir John Cleese. With a rich discography of over fifteen
recordings, the pioneering Los Angeles Guitar Quartet has firmly established
themselves as the "State of the Art" in  guitar ensembles. Their repertoire
runs the gamut from Bach to gamelan, from reggae to rock, and from Classical
warhorses to incisive modern works. Throughout, LAGQ has stretched the sonic
and stylistic  possibilities of the guitar quartet. Their sense of
experimentation has taken them to the far reaches of the musical map, all 

informed with their trademark "LAGQ Sound". This met its full realization in
their GRAMMYR award-winning "LAGQ's Guitar Heroes", with homages to
guitarists as diverse as Chet Atkins, Jimi Hendrix and Pat Metheny.

Their highly anticipated new release-NEW RENAISSANCE-marks a return to the
early music themes of their hit 1992 recording "Dances from Renaissance to
Nutcracker",  but this time infused with a distinctly modern aesthetic.

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As always, this special offer is open to your staff members as well. Staff
orders must be shipped to their attention C/O their library. United Parcel
Service discounts deliveries to commercial addresses, residential deliveries
are much more costly.

 

Orders accepted via e-mail & snail mail. Purchase orders always welcome.
Please use Word or Excel  attachments or put your order within the body of
an e-mail. Please do not use PDF files for your orders.

 

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.  All orders shipped via United Parcel
Service/standard ground/insured.

 

Cataloging: Before cataloging, it is important to verify all discs are
correct as ordered. Once cataloged, record labels will not accept
merchandise for exchange, even if an incorrect disc is within a set. Record
labels consider cataloged items as defaced and they will not accept a
cataloged item for exchange for any reason whatsoever. We do not agree with
this policy but we have been unable to effect a change.

 

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
 <mailto:[log in to unmask]> [log in to unmask]
561-450-7152 

 

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