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  • Freebies a la Benicio Del Toffo [Classical Version]

    Same rules as Ben , thats if anyone wants any classical lps? postage only needed , however you can have the option of sending any genre [except for classical !] of lp/lps in return rather than paying the post
    Everything is mint unplayed
    Oh and sorry Ben Bmth 2 MU 1























    Sir Adrian Boult MOERAN Symphony in G minor Lyrita SRCS.70
    LYRITA STEREO SRCS 105 UK MOERAN VIOLIN CONCERTO JOHN GEORGIADIS LSO
    LYRITA SRCS 46 STEREO UK ROBERT STILL SYMPHONIES 3 & 4 RPO & LSO
    Jascha Hoenstein Simpson Symphony No 3 LSO
    Copland conducts Copland Short & Dance Symphony LSO
    Honegger Czech Philharmonic Pacific 231 Pastorale
    Panufnik Sinfonia Sacra Rustica Monte Carlo Orch RHS 315
    Nicholas Maw Sonata for Strings Argo ZRG 676
    Vienna 1908 1914 Schoenberg Antal Dorati LSO
    Villa Lobos Little Train of the Caipira Ginestera
    Copland conducts Copland Our Town Outdoor Overture LSO

  • #2
    wow, would love the 2 Coplands, Honegger and 2 Moerans if that's not too much?

    these threads are reminding me to get my freebies listed. Took some photos the other week and then immediately a bunch of them sold on Discogs (they'd sat there for years with no takers, bit annoying)

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    • #3
      Wow, would love the Maw, Panufnik and Still records - totally on point for me right now. Thanks!

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      • #4
        What is the word on the Panufnik? I'd been eyeing it in the dollar bins shortly before on-board classical chat picked up.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Funktionnaire View Post
          What is the word on the Panufnik? I'd been eyeing it in the dollar bins shortly before on-board classical chat picked up.
          I'll report back on it. All the three I've taken are modern British composers - or in Panufnik's case, Polish defector to Britain. I think he has a fairly austere style - will see.

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