Leonard Bernstein, New York Philharmonic; Christa Ludwig, New York Choral Artists, Brooklyn Boys Chorus. Country and Year of Release. The LPs were pressed in West Germany. Comes with the 32-page booklet in the plastic tray.
For Bernstein conducting Mahlers 2nd and 9th symphonies in this series, see my other listings. I send your items to you carefully packaged in a strong. LP mailer (to avoid damage to the cover) with sturdy cardboard squares (to protect the record and the cover), but I make sure to only charge the amount needed to cover my actual costs. If you have any questions about this item, feel free to contact me.Please do not use the Checkout (Pay Now) option if you are paying for more than one item. Instead, wait for me to send you an invoice with the correct total amount due. I will do my best to contact you within one day of the auctions end.
With very few exceptions, I. The records that I list. This means that I don't go by the way a record looks, only by how it plays.
Sometimes when I have a group (or a lot) of LPs within a single listing, I will not play all the records, but this is fairly rare. I use Mint (M), Excellent (Ex), Very Good (VG), Good (G), Fair (F), and (heaven help us) Poor (P), and I take each of these words at their literal meaning.In other words, if I assign an LP a grade of G, that means to me that it really is in. Playing condition, not fair or worsefor many dealers, a G (or even VG) grade is often really nothing more than a euphemism for a record that is in fair or poor condition. I also use up to three plus signs (+) and up to three minus signs (-) to indicate varying degrees within a specific grade. So, a grade letter followed by a + means the condition is slightly better than the grade letter by itself, and a grade letter followed by ++ indicates that the condition is yet another small step higher. Or example, a grade of Ex+++ means that the record is. Close to being in the Mint range, but still just shy of it. This may seem like a strange system at first glance but I use it because I feel that the standard grading systems are inadequate, as they simply don't allow for enough grades or degrees within those grades.
Many don't use Excellent, for example, which means that there is a jump from Mint down to Very Goodand there are a whole lot of grading possibilities in between those two, the way I see it. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution. The item "MAHLER Symphony No. 3 2-LP BoxLEONARD BERNSTEIN, NY Phil.DGG 427 328-1" is in sale since Monday, January 4, 2021. This item is in the category "Music\Records". The seller is "classicalmusicstore" and is located in Monrovia, California.
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