Schubert - "Trout" Quintet / Curzon / 1959 Decca ‎SXL 2110 STEREO WB EX/NM 2E/2D

Sold Date: February 11, 2022
Start Date: July 11, 2018
Final Price: $179.99 (USD)
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Schubert - The "Trout" Quintet
Piano – Clifford Curzon With : Ensemble – Members Of The Vienna Octet : Cello – Nikolaus Hübner Double Bass – Johann Krump Viola – Günther Breitenbach Violin – Willi Boskovsky
Rare Original 1959 South Africa 1st Pressing "Decca SXL 2110 STEREO" LP
Matrix / Runout (A): ZAL-3835-2D Matrix / Runout (B): ZAL-3836-2E
Black/Silver 'Wideband' Labels "Original Recording By" At 11 O'clock  "Recording First Published 1959" On Labels  Fully Laminated & Flipback
Tracks :
Piano Quintet In A Major "The Trout" A1First Movement: Allegro Vivace A2Second Movement: Andante B1Third Movement: Scherzo (Presto) B2Fourth Movement: Theme And Variations (Andantino) B3Fifth Movement: Allegro Giusto

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Condition Vinyl   :        EX to NM Condition Sleeve  :      EX / small tear on top back flipback *Condition is based on visual grading - Please Read scale below  WORLDWIDE & COMBINED SHIPPING 1 x Record  -  $12     2 x Records - $14     3 x Records - $16     4 x Records - $18 5 x Records - $20                                    __________________________________________  

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