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54GRAMOPHONE: the classical music magazine. Extracts on track one are as follows: Piano Concertos No 2, 4 & 5: Mitsuko Uchida (Philips 475 6757PM3), Choral Fantasia: Menahem Pressler (Philips 438 005-2PM3), Symphony No 3: Staatskapelle Dresden, Sir Colin Davis (Philips 446 067-2PM5), Piano Sonata No 29, Op 106, Hammerklavier; Piano Sonata No 7, Op 10. No 3: Wilhelm Kempff (DG 453 724-2GCB8). Tracks taken from these CD releases:- 2. Chandos: CHAN 3143 Humperdink Hansel and Gretel 3. Harmonia Mundi: HMC901947 Debussy Piano Works 4. Naïve: OP 30350 A Scarlatti Dixit Dominus.

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The audio CD features demo versions of several of the album tracks. A particular highlight is 'Homeless,' a softer, fuzzier version than the one destined for wider release. The replacement LP is even worse.

Despite having been known as EMI (Electric & Musical Industries Ltd) since the merger in 1931 between The Gramophone Company and Columbia Gramophone Company, no mention of EMI appeared on Harvest labels or sleeves until mid-1971, when the EMI ‘boxed’ logo was printed above ‘Harvest’ on the label, the legal entity that appeared on labels and sleeves was The Gramophone Company Ltd, i. Many original UK releases are now extremely collectable and whilst not quite achieving the stellar values of some other labels’ rarities (. Vertigo Swirl) are still highly prized by collectors.

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Through The Great 78 Project, over 25,000 gramophone records are free to hear. Going back even further, there’s one device that even fewer people alive today would’ve listened to-the gramophone. This invention was the preferred way to play tunes in the early 20th century; through 78rpm records, people of this era enjoyed listening to genres like bluegrass, swing, gospel, and ragtime. But just because the technology is obsolete doesn’t mean it’s gone forever. Through the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine, you can now listen to the same music for free.

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In the year of their 25th anniversary, Stille Volk not only release their long-awaited seventh album, "Milharis" but also a comprehensive 7CD retrospection entitled "Los Cants De Pyrène: Two Decades Of Pagan Hymns And Ancient Lore".