SONY 90-Disc Box Set Yo-Yo Ma 30 Years Outside The Box 2009 USA SEALED

SONY 90-Disc Box Set Yo-Yo Ma 30 Years Outside The Box 2009 USA SEALED
SONY 90-Disc Box Set Yo-Yo Ma 30 Years Outside The Box 2009 USA SEALED
SONY 90-Disc Box Set Yo-Yo Ma 30 Years Outside The Box 2009 USA SEALED
SONY 90-Disc Box Set Yo-Yo Ma 30 Years Outside The Box 2009 USA SEALED
SONY 90-Disc Box Set Yo-Yo Ma 30 Years Outside The Box 2009 USA SEALED

SONY 90-Disc Box Set Yo-Yo Ma 30 Years Outside The Box 2009 USA SEALED

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Please see our other listings - new items added. This release celebrates and commemorates Yo-Yo Ma's 30 year recording career and legacy with Sony Music. Created with the full participation of Yo-Yo Ma, 30 Years Outside the Box, is the definitive collection of this iconic artist. The box set contains every original album Yo-Yo Ma has recorded including 2 discs of rare and never before released material, a 312-page hard bound book with complete liners notes all housed in an elegant velvet-lined, numbered box.

Yo-Yo Ma: 30 Years Outside the Box is the definitive collection of this iconic artist in a presentation as beautiful and timeless as the music itself. Special packaging: Yo-Yo Ma: 30 Years Outside the Box is presented in a unique, beautifully designed, Case made, velvet lined, lift off box. All discs are packaged in original jacket style mini-jackets highlighting original album cover art and complete track listings.

The Music in this collection: The recorded history of Yo-Yo Ma in one box. 90 CDs: Eighty eight discs of original album releases (including 15 Grammy Award® winners) plus an additional two discs of bonus material entirely remastered with DSD technology. Over the past 30 years, Yo-Yo Ma has made several successful recordings that defy categorization, among them Hush with Bobby McFerrin, Appalachia Waltz and Appalachian Journey with Mark OConnor and Edgar Meyer and two Grammy® winning tributes to the music of Brazil, Obrigado Brazil and Obrigado Brazil Live In Concert.

The Bonus Discs include the first release in any format of John Williams Suite from Memoirs of a Geisha for Cello and Orchestra. The second disc includes the first compact disc release of his Air and Simple Gifts, written for the inauguration of President Barack Obama.

Hardbound book: Unique to this box set is a 312 page hard bound book with rare archival photos, essays, artist bios, full track lists, original liner notes, and credits. The books foreword is by longtime Yo-Yo Ma collaborator and Grammy® winning pianist Emanuel Ax.

The main essay, focusing on Mr. Mas multifaceted, boundary defying career, is by noted music journalist Richard Dyer. In addition, there are short essays about the recordings from Yo-Yo Mas main producer Steven Epstein and Composer John Williams. The book also features A Life In Pictures, a chronological photographic portrait of Yo-Yo Mas life and career with over 150 rare, archival photos complimented with messages from many of Yo Yo Mas friends and colleagues including the late Senator Ted Kennedy, James Taylor, Alan Alda, Alison Krauss, Dave Brubeck, Ennio Morricone, Jaime Laredo, Wynton Marsalis, Stephen Colbert and many more. Each limited-edition box comes individually numbered with a letter of authenticity a truly magnificent release from a once-in-a-generation talent.

One of the best-known cellists of his generation and of the recording era overall, Yo-Yo Ma is recognized not only for his technical virtuosity but for his engaging interpretative ability, whether the tone is delicate, plaintive, playful, or impassioned. After breaking through with a collection of Bach cello suites in 1983, his ambitions and his appeal stretched far beyond the classical sphere via popular collaborations with such artists as jazz vocalist Bobby McFerrin (1992's Hush) and bluegrass musicians Stuart Duncan and Chris Thile (2011's The Goat Rodeo Sessions).

Within the classical repertoire, his performances have spanned the Baroque era through works of his contemporaries, and among his repeat collaborators are pianist Emanuel Ax, violinist Isaac Stern, and bassist Edgar Meyer. Ma is also founder of the Silk Road Ensemble, a collective of musicians with a multicultural Eurasian focus. He won his 18th Grammy Award in 2017 for Silk Road Ensemble's Sing Me Home, his first in the category of Best World Music Album.

Yo-Yo Ma was born in Paris, France in 1955. The child of two musicians, he began music lessons very early, trying piano and all the string instruments before settling on cello. His first public performance was at the age of five. Ma's family moved to New York when he was seven so he could study with Janos Scholz. Before the age of ten, Ma had performed for Dwight D.

Kennedy, and had appeared on television with his sister in a concert led by Leonard Bernstein and on The Tonight Show. Ma became a student of Leonard Rose at Juilliard, but did not complete his studies there. Inspired by seeing the commitment of nonagenarian Pablo Casals at the Marlboro Festival, he enrolled at Harvard to finish his bachelor's degree, graduating in 1976. Following Murray Perahia and Lynn Harrell, Ma became the third recipient of the Avery Fisher Prize in 1978.

A year later, he made his recording debut as main artist with Finzi's Cello Concerto, alongside the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. He then signed with CBS Masterworks, which released recordings of Saint-Saëns, Haydn, and Beethoven (Sonatas 1 & 2, with Emanuel Ax), among others, before 1983's J.

Bach: The 6 Unaccompanied Cello Suites proved to be his breakout album. He also recorded an album of Japanese Melodies with accompaniment by bass, percussion, and flute.

In 1985, he released Elgar and Walton's cello concertos, performed with André Previn and the London Symphony Orchestra. Some of his other albums in the'80s included recordings with Seiji Ozawa and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Lorin Maazel and the Berlin Philharmonic, and, in 1988, Brahms' Double Concerto with violinist Isaac Stern and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra led by Claudio Abbado. The following year brought Anything Goes: Stephane Grappelli & Yo-Yo Ma Play (Mostly) Cole Porter. In the'90s, amid a stream of annual classical releases, Ma continued to raise his profile with mainstream audiences on crossover albums such as 1992's Hush with vocalist Bobby McFerrin. Issued by Sony, that record reached the top half of the Billboard 200 and was followed by a duo tour. In 1996, he appeared with bassist Edgar Meyer and violinist Mark O'Connor on the folk-inspired album Appalachian Journey, which went to number one on the Billboard classical chart. The year 1997 saw Soul of the Tango featuring the music of composer Astor Piazzolla, and Ma was the featured soloist on composer Tan Dun's Symphony 1997 (Heaven, Earth, Mankind) and on John Williams' score for the film Seven Years in Tibet. That year, he also appeared on the soundtrack to the documentary mini-series Liberty! Which featured O'Connor along with Ma, trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, and singer/songwriter James Taylor.

He then recorded 1999's Simply Baroque with the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, and they followed it a year later with Simply Baroque II. Also in 2000, he reunited with O'Connor and Meyer for Appalachian Journey (another classical number one) and with Tan Dun for the soundtrack to Ang Lee's Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. After establishing the Silk Road Ensemble to bring together musicians from diverse cultural backgrounds along the ancient Eurasian trade route, he issued Silk Road Journeys in 2001. Credited as Yo-Yo Ma & the Silk Road Ensemble, they presented music such as a Mongolian love song, traditional Chinese songs, and Finnish folk songs. That year, Ma was awarded the National Medal of the Arts by the NEA.

In 2002, Sony Classical released Yo-Yo Ma Plays the Music of John Williams, an original recording produced and conducted by Williams. That year, Silk Road Ensemble cracked the Billboard 200 with Silk Road Journeys: When Strangers Meet, and Ma's cello could be heard on Philip Glass' score for the film Naqoyqatsi. He released a concert version of the album in 2004, a year that also saw Silk Road Journeys: Beyond the Horizon, Vivaldi's Cello, and Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone.

The latter two charted on the Billboard 200. A year later, he appeared with Itzhak Perlman on the John Williams film score Memoirs of a Geisha. It, too, landed on the U. Silk Road Ensemble's New Impossibilities was recorded at Symphony Center with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in 2007, and 2008's Yo-Yo Ma & Friends: Songs of Joy & Peace featured collaborations with names like Dave Brubeck, Renée Fleming, and Diana Krall, just to name a few. It was Ma's highest-charting album to that point, reaching number 20 on the Billboard 200. After an appearance at Barack Obama's 2009 inauguration, he climbed two spots higher with 2011's The Goat Rodeo Sessions, an album with Meyer, Stuart Duncan, and Chris Thile that also marked Ma's debut on the Bluegrass Albums chart. That year, Ma was also a recipient of a Kennedy Center Honor, the Glenn Gould Prize, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Another Silk Roads Ensemble album, A Playlist Without Borders, followed in 2013. Issued in 2015, Songs from the Arc of Life presented well-known classical tunes such as Schubert's (and Bach-Gounod's) Ave Maria and Brahms' Lullaby. It went to the top of the classical chart, as did Silk Road Ensemble's 2016 LP Sing Me Home. His next classical number one came just a year later with Bach: Trios, a set of keyboard pieces rearranged for Ma on cello, Meyer on bass, and Thile on mandolin. Also that year, the Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma performed the music for the Ken Burns - Lynn Novick documentary series The Vietnam War, and Ma collaborated with chamber orchestra the Knights on Azul.

It offered a performance of the Osvaldo Golijov concerto alongside pieces by Dvorák, Karlheinz Stockhausen, and Sufjan Stevens, among others. In 2019, Ma issued Six Evolutions: Bach Cello Suites, his planned final studio recording of the famed suites. This listing is for a very rare, out of print Boxed Set of 90-CDs & Extras - a.

FACTORY SEALED and MINT condition set, PRESSED and ISSUED by SONY Classical Records. Of a highly collectible title from their catalog featuring performances by. 90-CD & Extras Box Set title. Yo-Yo Ma - Thirty Years Outside The Box. 1 Robert White Sings Beethoven.

2 Saint-Säens Carnival of the Animals, Variations on a Theme of Beethoven, Op. 3 Saint Säens and Lalo Cello Concertos.

5 Beethoven Complete Sonatas for Cello and Piano, Vol. 7 Bach Sonatas for Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord. 8 Bach The Six Unaccompanied Cello Suites.

9 Bach The Six Unaccompanied Cello Suites. 10 Shostakovich and Kabalevsky Cello Concertos.

11 Bolling Suite for Cello and Jazz Piano Trio. 12 Beethoven Complete Sonatas for Cello and Piano, Vol. 15 Elgar and Walton Cello Concertos.

17 Brahms Sonatas for Cello and Piano. 18 Strauss Don Quixote Schoenberg Concerto. 19 Beethoven Complete Sonatas for Cello and Piano, Vol. Bach Sinfonia Concertante and Grand Overture. 22 Mozart Adagio and Fugue in C Minor Schubert String Quartet No.

23 Schumann Cello Concerto Fantasiestucke. 25 Brahms Double Concerto, Piano Quartet. 26 Shostakovich Piano Trio, Cello Sonata. 27 Barber and Britten Cello Concertos.

28 Strauss and Britten Cello Sonatas. 30 Anything Goes Stephane Grappelli and Yo Yo Ma Play (mostly) Cole Porter. 32 Brahms The Piano Quartets. 33 Brahms The Piano Quartets.

34 Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff Cello Sonatas. 35 Tchaikovsky Gala in Leningrad. 37 Prokofiev Sinfonia Concertante, Tchaikovsky Variations. 40 Brahms Sonatas for Cello and Piano. 41 Schoenberg Verklärte Nacht, String Trio.

45 Beethoven and Schumann Piano Quartets. 46 Chopin Piano Trio, Polonaise brillante, Cello Sonata. 47 The New York Album. 49 Brahms, Beethoven, and Mozart Clarinet Trios.

50 Dvorak and Herbert Concertos from the New World. 51 Schubert Trout Quintet, Arpeggione Sonata. 52 Goldenthal Fire Water Paper - A Vietnam Oratorio. 55 Schubert and Boccherini String Quintets. 56 Yo Yo Ma Premieres.

57 Mozart The Piano Quartets. 59 Tan Dun Symphony 1997. 60 Seven Years in Tibet - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.

62 Soul of the Tango - The Music of Astor Piazzolla. 63 The Cello Suites Inspired by Bach.

64 The Cello Suites Inspired by Bach. 65 Korngold and Schmidt Music for Strings and Piano Left Hand. 66 Tavener The Protecting Veil. 68 Brahms Piano Concerto No.

69 Yo Yo Ma Solo. 71 Dvorak Piano Quartet, Romantic Pieces, Sonatina. 74 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. 75 Yo Yo Ma plays the music of John Williams. 76 Silk Road Journeys - When Strangers Meet.

77 Meyer and Bottesini Concertos. 78 Naqoyatsi - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. 79 Paris La Belle Epoque.

83 Isaac Stern Schubert, Brahms, Bach, Mozart. 84 Yo Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone. 85 Silk Road - Journeys Beyond the Horizon.

86 Memoirs of a Geisha - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. 88 Yo Yo Ma and Friends Songs of Joy and Peace. 89 The Bonus Disc 1.

90 The Bonus Disc 2. Clair (tracks: 52-1 to 52-3), Claudio Abbado (tracks: 25-1 to 25-3), David Zinman (tracks: 27-1 to 27-7, 47-1 to 47-8, 56-1 to 56-7, 66-1 to 66-8), Ennio Morricone (tracks: 84-1 to 84-19), Sir Georg Solti (tracks: 48-1 to 48-13), Hugh Wolff (tracks: 77-1 to 77-10), Isaac Stern (tracks: 83-10), John Williams (4) (tracks: 60-1 to 60-14, 75-1 to 75-9, 86-1 to 86-18, 89-1 to 89-6), José-Luis Garcia (tracks: 4-1 to 4-6), Kurt Masur (tracks: 50-1 to 50-6), Lorin Maazel (tracks: 3-1 to 3-4, 20-1 to 20-5, 37-1 to 37-12), Marcel Moyse (tracks: 31-1 to 31-7), Michael Riesman (tracks: 78-1 to 78-11), Michio Mamiya (tracks: 14-1 to 14-10), Peter Lieberson (tracks: 54-1 to 54-7), Pinchaz Zukerman (tracks: 21-1 to 21-8), Seiji Ozawa (tracks: 18-1 to 18-4, 44-1 to 44-11), Sir Colin Davis (tracks: 23-1 to 23-3), Tan Dun (tracks: 59-1 to 59-13, 74-1 to 74-13), Ton Koopman (tracks: 67-1 to 67-16, 72-1 to 72-15, 82-1 to 82-19), Yuri Temirkanov (tracks: 35-1 to 35-8) Double Bass Edgar Meyer (tracks: 51-1 to 51-5, 53-1 to 53-16, 70-1 to 70-15, 77-1 to 77-10), Gabin Lauridon (tracks: 2-1 to 2-16) Drums Daniel Humair (tracks: 30-1 to 30-10), Jean-Luc Dayan (tracks: 11-1 to 11-6) Engineer Richard King, Todd Whitelock Engineer [Assistant] Drea Young, I-Hua Tseng Ensemble Pro Music Nipponia (tracks: 14-1 to 14-10), Imperial Bells Ensemble Of China (tracks: 59-1 to 59-13), Juilliard String Quartet (tracks: 41-1 to 41-5), Members Of The Philip Glass Ensemble (tracks: 78-1 to 78-11) Executive-Producer Alex Miller (4), Cristin Canterbury Bagnall Flute Alain Marion (tracks: 2-1 to 2-16), András Adorján (tracks: 54-1 to 54-7), Masami Nakagawa (tracks: 14-1 to 14-10) Glockenspiel Michel Cals (tracks: 2-1 to 2-16) Guitar Horacio Malvicino (tracks: 62-1 to 62-11), James Taylor (2) (tracks: 61-2), Marc Fosset (tracks: 30-1 to 30-10), Sérgio & Odair Assad (tracks: 62-1 to 62-11) Harpsichord Kenneth Cooper (tracks: 7-1 to 7-11), Patricia Zander (tracks: 14-1 to 14-10), Ton Koopman (tracks: 67-1 to 67-16, 72-1 to 72-15, 82-1 to 82-19) Horn William Purvis (tracks: 54-1 to 54-7) Leader János Rolla (tracks: 83-10) Liner Notes [Associate Editor] Wesley Chinn (2) Liner Notes [Editor] Erik Ryding Liner Notes [Essay] John Williams (4), Richard Dyer, Steven Epstein Management [Project Director] Laura Kszan Mandolin Mark O'Connor (tracks: 53-1 to 53-16) Mezzo-soprano Vocals Frederica Von Stade (tracks: 44-1 to 44-11) Music Director Jorge Calandrelli (tracks: 62-1 to 62-11) Narrator Omar Ebrahim (tracks: 54-1 to 54-7) Orchestra Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 27-1 to 27-7, 47-1 to 47-8, 66-1 to 66-8), Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (tracks: 20-1 to 20-5), Boston Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 18-1 to 18-4, 44-1 to 44-11, 68-1 to 68-4), English Chamber Orchestra (tracks: 4-1 to 4-6), Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (tracks: 59-1 to 59-13), Leningrad Military Orchestra (tracks: 35-1 to 35-8), Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra (tracks: 35-1 to 35-8), Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra (tracks: 83-10), Members Of The Marlboro Festival Orchestra (tracks: 31-1 to 31-7), Orchestre National De France (tracks: 3-1 to 3-4), Pacific Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 52-1 to 52-3), Rome Sinfonietta Orchestra (tracks: 84-1 to 84-19), Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchesta (tracks: 23-1 to 23-3), Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra (tracks: 67-1 to 67-16, 72-1 to 72-15, 82-1 to 82-19), Chicago Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 25-1 to 25-3, 89-1 to 89-6), London Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 15-1 to 15-6, 48-1 to 48-13), The Recording Arts Orchestra Of Los Angeles (tracks: 75-1 to 75-9), New York Philharmonic (tracks: 50-1 to 50-6), The Philadelphia Orchestra (tracks: 10-1 to 10-5, 56-1 to 56-7), Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 37-1 to 37-12), The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra (tracks: 21-1 to 21-8, 77-1 to 77-10) Organ Ton Koopman (tracks: 67-1 to 67-16, 72-1 to 72-15, 82-1 to 82-19) Percussion Stefan Hüge (tracks: 54-1 to 54-7), Sumire Yoshihara (tracks: 14-1 to 14-10) Piano André Previn (tracks: 58-1 to 58-10), Claude Bolling (tracks: 11-1 to 11-6), Edgar Meyer (tracks: 53-1 to 53-16), Emanuel Ax (tracks: 5-1 to 5-4, 12-1 to 12-6, 17-1 to 17-7, 19-1 to 19-5, 23-4 to 24-9, 25-4 to 26-8, 28-1 to 28-8, 32-1 to 34-7, 40-1 to 40-11, 42-1 to 42-8, 45-1 to 46-9, 48-1, 48-3, 48-5 to 48-7, 48-10 to 49-10, 51-1 to 51-9, 54-1 to 54-7, 57-1 to 57-6, 68-1 to 68-7, 71-1 to 71-4, 73-2, 73-8), Eugene Istomin (tracks: 83-1 to 83-4), Ewa Osinska (tracks: 46-10), Frank Corliss (tracks: 62-1 to 62-11), Gaby Casadesus (tracks: 2-1 to 2-16), Gerardo Gandini (tracks: 62-1 to 62-11), Gilbert Kalish (tracks: 43-9 to 43-11), Gilda Buttá (tracks: 84-1 to 84-19), James Tocco (tracks: 73-3 to 73-7), Jeffrey Kahane (tracks: 43-1 to 43-2, 43-6 to 43-8), Kathryn Stott (tracks: 62-1 to 62-11, 79-1 to 79-10), Leon Fleisher (tracks: 65-1 to 65-9), Leonardo Marconi (tracks: 62-1 to 62-11), Murray Perahia (tracks: 48-2, 48-4, 48-8 to 48-9), Patricia Zander (tracks: 6-1 to 6-14), Peter Serkin (tracks: 54-1 to 54-7), Philippe Entremont (tracks: 2-1 to 2-16), Robert McDonald (tracks: 71-1 to 71-12), Roger Kellaway (tracks: 30-1 to 30-10), Rudolf Firkuný (tracks: 44-1 to 44-11), Samuel Sanders (2) (tracks: 1-1 to 1-16) Producer Steven Epstein Product Manager [International Product Development] Alex Cowan (3), Tim Schumacher (2) Product Manager [Packaging Manager] Tammy Van Aken Product Manager [Product Development Director] John Hudson (3) Product Manager [Product Development Planner] Brian Reaney Research [Photo] Elizabeth Mcshea, Jessica Connelly Soprano Vocals Barbara Bonney (tracks: 51-9), Jessye Norman (tracks: 35-1 to 35-8), Renée Fleming (tracks: 48-1 to 48-13), Sylvia McNair (tracks: 58-1 to 58-10) Tenor Vocals Robert White (3) (tracks: 1-1 to 1-16), Vinson Cole (tracks: 48-1 to 48-13) Trombone David Taylor (tracks: 54-1 to 54-7) Trumpet Wynton Marsalis (tracks: 61-10) Viola Atar Arad (tracks: 13-1 to 13-4), Gérard Caussé (tracks: 2-1 to 2-16), Jaime Laredo (tracks: 25-4 to 25-7, 32-1 to 33-4, 38-1 to 39-4, 42-1 to 42-8, 45-1 to 45-7, 55-1 to 55-8, 57-1 to 57-6, 71-1 to 71-4, 83-5 to 83-8), Kim Kashkashian (tracks: 16-1 to 16-6, 22-1 to 22-6, 29-1 to 29-6), Michael Tree (tracks: 38-1 to 39-4, 65-6 to 65-9, 83-5 to 83-8), Rebecca Young (tracks: 51-1 to 51-5), Samuel Rhodes (tracks: 41-6 to 41-10), Walter Trampler (tracks: 41-1 to 41-5), Yong Uck Kim (tracks: 24-1 to 24-9) Violin Ani Kavafian (tracks: 1-1 to 1-16), Antonio Agri (tracks: 62-1 to 62-11), Cho-Liang Lin (tracks: 38-1 to 39-4, 55-1 to 55-8, 83-5 to 83-8), Daniel Phillips (tracks: 22-1 to 22-6, 29-1 to 29-6), Donald Weilerstein (tracks: 13-1 to 13-4), Gideon Kremer (tracks: 16-1 to 16-6, 22-1 to 22-6, 29-1 to 29-11, 48-7), Isaac Stern (tracks: 25-1 to 25-7, 26-1 to 26-4, 32-1 to 33-4, 38-1 to 39-4, 42-1 to 42-8, 45-1 to 45-7, 55-1 to 55-8, 57-1 to 57-6, 71-1 to 71-12, 83-1 to 83-10), Itzhak Perlman (tracks: 35-1 to 35-8, 44-1 to 44-11, 86-1 to 86-18), Joel Smirnoff (tracks: 65-1 to 65-9), Joseph Silverstein (tracks: 65-1 to 65-9), Joshua Bell (tracks: 77-1 to 77-10), Lynn Chang (tracks: 43-3 to 43-5), Mark O'Connor (tracks: 53-1 to 53-16, 70-1 to 70-15), Pamela Frank (tracks: 46-1 to 46-10, 48-1 to 48-6, 48-8 to 48-13, 51-1 to 51-5), Peter Salaff (tracks: 13-1 to 13-4), Robert Mann (tracks: 41-6 to 41-10), Ronan Lefkowitz (tracks: 43-9 to 43-11), Régis Pasquier (tracks: 2-1 to 2-16), Stéphane Grappelli (tracks: 30-1 to 30-10), Yan Pascal Tortelier (tracks: 2-1 to 2-16) Vocals CoCo Lee (tracks: 74-14 to 74-15), James Taylor (2) (tracks: 61-2) Voice Bobby McFerrin (tracks: 36-1 to 36-13) Xylophone Michel Cerutti (tracks: 2-1 to 2-16). The Boxed Set is from the rare. CDs made in the USA. The CDs, OUTER BOX and INSERTS are all assumed to be in. Condition as this item is FACTORY SEALED! Comes complete - a superb collectible! This CD is an audiophile quality pressing any collector of fine MFSL, half speeds, direct to discs, Japanese/UK pressings etc. Can attest to the difference a quality pressing can make to an audio system. Don't let this rarity slip by!!

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