George Szell - Brahms Symphony No.1 - Columbia SAX 5279 - excellent - listen
May 3, 2021
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Columbia SAX 5279 - Brahms Symphony No.1 - Szell
..Label / Catalogue number :
Columbia - SAX 5279
..Year of release : 1967
.Special Information :
Very Rare Original UK First Press Stereo. George Szell conducting The Cleveland Orchestra
..Track Listing :
Symphony No. 1 In C Minor, Op. 68
Side 2 Symphony No. 1 In C Minor, Op. 68
..Vinyl : Excellent - Almost perfect, small scuff on side 1, causes a couple of light audible clicks (at about 11mins 30 seconds in). I Have recorded the lp and include a full sound clip of lp in its entirety. Click on links below. ..Sleeve : Excellent Plus - very clean sleeve, indexing stamp on reverse (See pictures).
..U.K.: All purchases will be invoiced for the insured Royal mail special delivery service at a price of £9.50.
..Overseas : All international buyers MUST pay via paypal. Due to the high value of this record it will be shipped via ebay global shipping service.
..General : The above rates are inclusive of the cost of materials, the time to pick and package the item(s) securely, and transport to the Post Office. You only pay what it costs but this is NOT just the price of the postage.
NB all records are sent in proper record mailers and with strengthener to ensure that you receive the records in the condition they were sent.
Side 1 Side 2
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