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Frederic Chopin: Etudes Op.10, Op.25 - Tamas Vasary - 136454

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Frederic Chopin: Etudes Op.10, Op.25 - Tamas Vasary (piano)

Deutsche Grammophon 12" stereo vinyl - 136454

12 Etudes Op. 10
A1 No. 1 C-dur
A2 No. 2 a-moll
A3 No. 3 E-dur
A4 No. 4 cis-moll
A5 No .5 Ges-dur
A6 No. 6 es-moll
A7 No. 7 C-dur
A8 No. 8 F-dur
A9 No. 9 f-moll
A10 No. 10 As-dur
A11 No. 11 Es-dur
A12 No. 12 c-moll

12 Etudes Op. 25
B1 No. 1 As-dur
B2 No. 2 f-moll
B3 No. 3 F-dur
B4 No. 4 a-moll
B5 No. 5 e-moll
B6 No. 6 gis-moll
B7 No. 7 cis-moll
B8 No. 8 Des-dur
B9 No. 9 Ges-dur
B10 No. 10 b-moll
B11 No. 11 a-moll
B12 No. 12 c-moll

Vinyl is in very good to excellent condition, showing only moderate signs of use on both sides. The cover sleeve is in excellent order with only minor scuffs on the base spine and the remnants of a faint pencil catalogue marking on the upper right of the back cover. The side spine is in excellent condition with all text clearly visible.

Records are graded visually to RRPG grades (vinyl/sleeve). We recommend the vinyl is cleaned by a professional in order to maximise the sound quality.

Item details

Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Label:
Deutsche Grammophon
Sleeve condition:
Excellent

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Frederic Chopin: Etudes Op.10, Op.25 - Tamas Vasary (piano)

Deutsche Grammophon 12" stereo vinyl - 136454

12 Etudes Op. 10
A1 No. 1 C-dur
A2 No. 2 a-moll
A3 No. 3 E-dur
A4 No. 4 cis-moll
A5 No .5 Ges-dur
A6 No. 6 es-moll
A7 No. 7 C-dur
A8 No. 8 F-dur
A9 No. 9 f-moll
A10 No. 10 As-dur
A11 No. 11 Es-dur
A12 No. 12 c-moll

12 Etudes Op. 25
B1 No. 1 As-dur
B2 No. 2 f-moll
B3 No. 3 F-dur
B4 No. 4 a-moll
B5 No. 5 e-moll
B6 No. 6 gis-moll
B7 No. 7 cis-moll
B8 No. 8 Des-dur
B9 No. 9 Ges-dur
B10 No. 10 b-moll
B11 No. 11 a-moll
B12 No. 12 c-moll

Vinyl is in very good to excellent condition, showing only moderate signs of use on both sides. The cover sleeve is in excellent order with only minor scuffs on the base spine and the remnants of a faint pencil catalogue marking on the upper right of the back cover. The side spine is in excellent condition with all text clearly visible.

Records are graded visually to RRPG grades (vinyl/sleeve). We recommend the vinyl is cleaned by a professional in order to maximise the sound quality.

Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Label:
Deutsche Grammophon
Sleeve condition:
Excellent

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