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Brahms: Die Schone Magelone, Op. 33 - Fischer-Dieskau, Richter - SAN 291

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Brahms: Die Schone Magelone, Op. 33 - Fischer-Dieskau, Richter

EMI HMV 12" stereo vinyl - SAN 291

Die Schöne Magelone, Op.33
A1 I Keinen Hat Es Noch Gereut
A2 II Traun! Bogen Und Pfeil
A3 III Sind Es Schmerzen
A4 IV Liebe Kam Aus Fernen Landen
A5 V So Willst Du Des Armen
A6 VI Wie Soll Ich Die Freude
A7 VII War Es Dir, Dem Diese Lippen Bebten

B1 VIII Wir Müssen Uns Trennen
B2 IX Ruhe, Süßliebchen
B3 X Verzweiflung (So Tönet Denn)
B4 XI Wie Schnell Verschwindet
B5 XII Muß Es Eine Trennung Geben
B6 XIII Sulima (Geliebter, Wo Zaudert Dein Irrender Fuß)
B7 XIV Wie Froh Und Frisch
B8 XV Treue Liebe Dauert Lange

The vinyl is in very good to excellent condition on both sides showing only minor markings from moderate use and nothing which would be anticipated to affect playback. The vinyl comes complete with a booklet which is in good condition but has been ink marked with "University of Southampton Department of Music" on the back cover. The cover sleeve is in good order but features a cataloguing pen mark on the front cover "1262", the composer's name written in red ink on the back cover, the same cataloguing number on the back cover and another "University of Southampton Department of Music" ink stamp on the back cover. The price has been adjusted to reflect these markings. The spine is in good order with all text fully visible.

Records are checked 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:
HMV EMI
Sleeve condition:
Fair

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Brahms: Die Schone Magelone, Op. 33 - Fischer-Dieskau, Richter

EMI HMV 12" stereo vinyl - SAN 291

Die Schöne Magelone, Op.33
A1 I Keinen Hat Es Noch Gereut
A2 II Traun! Bogen Und Pfeil
A3 III Sind Es Schmerzen
A4 IV Liebe Kam Aus Fernen Landen
A5 V So Willst Du Des Armen
A6 VI Wie Soll Ich Die Freude
A7 VII War Es Dir, Dem Diese Lippen Bebten

B1 VIII Wir Müssen Uns Trennen
B2 IX Ruhe, Süßliebchen
B3 X Verzweiflung (So Tönet Denn)
B4 XI Wie Schnell Verschwindet
B5 XII Muß Es Eine Trennung Geben
B6 XIII Sulima (Geliebter, Wo Zaudert Dein Irrender Fuß)
B7 XIV Wie Froh Und Frisch
B8 XV Treue Liebe Dauert Lange

The vinyl is in very good to excellent condition on both sides showing only minor markings from moderate use and nothing which would be anticipated to affect playback. The vinyl comes complete with a booklet which is in good condition but has been ink marked with "University of Southampton Department of Music" on the back cover. The cover sleeve is in good order but features a cataloguing pen mark on the front cover "1262", the composer's name written in red ink on the back cover, the same cataloguing number on the back cover and another "University of Southampton Department of Music" ink stamp on the back cover. The price has been adjusted to reflect these markings. The spine is in good order with all text fully visible.

Records are checked 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:
HMV EMI
Sleeve condition:
Fair

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