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    SAM SR 22/2

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    Billy Harper Quintet – Antibes ’75

    IMPORTANT NOTE : This LP will also be issued as a screen-printed edition
    with a different artwork in the ARTISAN series in a near future.
    Limited edition at 200 copies.
    Sam Records and Saga present:
    A never-before released Billy Harper 1975 live recordings.
    First official release with the full permission and cooperation of the Billy Harper & INA (Institut National de l’Audiovisuel).
    Billy Harper Quintet – Antibes ‘75

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    La Folia De La Spagna
    Harmonia Mundi HM 1050
    Format: 1LP 180g 33rpm / gatefold sleeve
    Manufacturer: Speakers Corner
    Original label: Harmonia Mundi
    Status: in stock

    “La Folia De La Spagna” – The Atrium Musicae de Madrid conducted by Dr. Don Grégorio Paniagua Rodriguez

    First mentioned around 1500 in Portugal, no forms or melodies have come down to us for the Folia. Described by historians as a noisy dance which was performed by masked and disguised figures who leapt about as though they had lost their reason, a tranquil, sarabande-like form asserted itself in Europe in the early 17th century.
    Grégorio Paniagua, director of the Atrium Musicae de Madrid, demonstrates once again his virtuosity in his treatment of historical material. His arrangements are not confined to medieval and baroque instruments but also employ a whole arsenal of percussion, such as various small drums, triangle, tambourine, castanets and xylophone. As the title of the LP suggests, the ensemble adds spice to the airy variety of timbres with a small touch of madness here and there. Unbelievably, a jazz solo is heard which recalls the “Pink Panther Theme”, and the Orient is conjured up by two Indian tunes (ragas) in which the sitar chirps passionately to the powerful plop-plop-plop of tabla rhythms.
    With its high resolution sound which places a high demand on hi-fi equipment in order to get the best reproduction, this record is both cult and legend.

    This Speakers Corner LP was remastered using pure analogue components only, from the master tapes through to the cutting head. More information under http://www.pure-analogue.com. All royalties and mechanical rights have been paid.

    Recording: June 1980 by Jean-François Pontefract
    Production: Eva Coutaz

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    Possessing a complete recording of Beethoven’s Cello Sonatas gives far more satisfaction than merely having the set to fill the shelves. On the one hand it offers one the opportunity to compare Beethoven’s art of composition at various stages in his life. And on the other hand one can already recognise in the early Opus 5 how he breaks with the traditional sonata in which the solo instrument merely provides an accompaniment and treats the two instruments as equal partners in the creation of the movements.
    Richter and Rostropovich devote themselves to their task with verve and freshness. The two early works are marked by the rich and full sound of the cello and an elegantly performed piano part, while the two Russian musicians foster a contemplative, introverted style in the A major Sonata. This respectful approach also lends itself well to the C major Sonata where the free, fantasia-like character with wide-ranging shading is shown off to advantage. Beethoven’s break with the traditional sonata-form layout is carried to extremes in the D major Sonata, where the cello ignores the powerful theme on the piano in the first movement. The work’s brittleness is effectively revealed by the two musicians in the transition from the sensitive Adagio to the austere, freely worked final Fugato, while their resolute and analytical approach to the work and technical prowess on their instruments is highly rewarding.

    This Speakers Corner LP was remastered using pure analogue components only, from the master tapes through to the cutting head. More information under www.pure-analogue.com.
    All royalties and mechanical rights have been paid.

    Recording: June 1962 at Rosenhügel Studios, Vienna, and July 1961 at Walthamstow Assembly Hall, London, by C.R. Fine
    Production: Harold Lawrence

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    阿尔班尼士:西班牙组曲 / 博格斯(指挥)、新爱乐管弦乐团
    Albéniz : Suite española / Rafael de Burgos (Conductor), New Philharmonia Orchestra

    Side A
    1. Castilla (Seguidillas)
    2. Asturias (Leyenda)
    3. Aragon (Fantasia)
    4. Cadiz (Cancion)

    Side B
    1. Sevilla (Sevillanas)
    2. Granada (Serenata)
    3. Cataluna (Corranda)
    4. Cordoba

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    莫札特 小提琴与中提琴双协奏曲K364、小提琴与中提琴二重奏K423
    (180克LP黑胶) SXL6088

    MOZART : SINFONIA CONCERTANTE for Violin, Viola and Orchestra K.364
    1. Allegro maestoso
    2. Andante

    MOZART : SINFONIA CONCERTANTE for Violin, Viola and Orchestra K. 364
    3. Presto
    MOZART : DUO for Violin and Viola in G K. 423
    1. Allegro
    2. Adagio
    3. Rondeau, Allegro

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    Famous Blue Raincoat
    Jennifer Warnes

    Track Listing:

    Side A
    1. First We Take Manhattan
    2. Bird On a Wire
    3. Famous Blue Raincoat
    4. Joan of Arc

    Side B
    1. Ain’t No Cure For Love
    2. Coming Back To You
    3. Song of Bernadette
    4. A Singer Must Die
    5. Came So Far For Beauty

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    Beethoven – Violin Concerto In D Major, Op. 61
    Played by David Oistrakh and Conducted by André Cluytens
    (only promos number edition available)


    First Movement:
    Allegro Ma Non Troppo – Cadenza – Tempo I
    Second Movement:
    Third Movement:
    Rondo (Allegro – Cadenza – Tempo I)

    Oistrakh’s balance of technicality and romanticism in his delivery is played to perfection. Cluytens, being one of the greatest Beethoven interpreters conducts the perfect backdrop with the Orchestre National De La Radiodiffusion Française; solid and dignified rather than flashy, allowing space for Oistrakh violin to ascend majestically.

    Released: End of February 2021

    Stereo LP – Catalogue Number. ERC068
    Only 300 copies of each will be sold.
    ERC will not undertake a repress of any release at any future point.

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    Close Your Eyes (LP)
    Elle(JAZZ) エル

    A1.Autumn in New York
    A2.Comes Love
    A3.Once in a While
    A4.I’ll Be Seeing You
    A5.If I Should Lose You
    B1.Close Your Eyes
    B2.I Fall in Love too Easily
    B3.I Concentrate on You
    B4.My Old Flame
    B5.Besame Mucho

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