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Starting a new blog….

I thought some of you might be interested in a new blog I’ve started.  This time around NO recordings are shared….I’m afraid those days are gone, but hopefully I’ll have something interesting to offer as a commentator on some recordings … Continue reading

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Sorry….

I’m sorry to do this, but after receiving complaints about some of my Mediafire uploads, I have made the decision to remove all of my files from Mediafire and file links from posts. It’s not simply that I’m angry with … Continue reading

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Apologies….

I must apologize to all who have made comments and requested invites to my private blog.  I’m really not sure what I will be able to do to maintain old files, invites, new projects, etc. in the near future.  I … Continue reading

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Private blog and new posts, and a note on sharing the material I post

I know I invited all of you that expressed interest to my “private” blog, but I’m now beginning to post items there and NOT here.  If I missed sending an invite please leave a comment and I’ll make sure you … Continue reading

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Jonel Perlea. Schubert Symphony No. 9. Bamberg Symphony (Vox, 1956 Stereo)

I took a chance on this at a local lp eatery, and was very pleasantly surprised with the quality of the performance and recording.  My very first post on this blog was Perlea’s Remington lp of Debussy’s La Boîte à joujoux, … Continue reading

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New links posted

Just a quick note….I’ve restored links to many of the more recent posts with deceased Megaupload and Fileserve links.  Hopefully Mediafire won’t meet the same fate! Back with some music very soon! Cheers, Neal

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Ferdinand Leitner. 3 by Johann Strauss II

Among the neglected files on my hard drive, awaiting further work,  are a number of wonderful recordings by two of the “L” conductors from the Deutsche Grammophon stables in the late 78/early LP era, Fritz Lehmann and Ferdinand Leitner.  Rather than … Continue reading

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