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State Of The Art: The Story Of Deutsche Grammophon

Author: Rémy Louis, Thierry Soveaux, et al.

State Of The Art: The Story Of Deutsche Grammophon

Author: Rémy Louis, Thierry Soveaux, et al.

$39.98
Item #: D34242
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 252
Publication Date: 2019
Publisher: Deutsche Grammophon/Verlhac
ISBN: 28948358175
Give this remarkable book and LP album a starring space in your record collection. Updating the lauded 2009 edition of State of the Art, it celebrates the entire 120 year history of the preeminent classical music label Deutsche Grammophon in a new, larger format. Among the hundreds of images from their archives are artist photos, recording sessions, playbill... More
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Give this remarkable book and LP album a starring space in your record collection. Updating the lauded 2009 edition of State of the Art, it celebrates the entire 120 year history of the preeminent classical music label Deutsche Grammophon in a new, larger format. Among the hundreds of images from their archives are artist photos, recording sessions, playbills and documents, and reproductions of outstanding album covers. This edition features an exclusive premium vinyl pressing of a dozen choice recordings, including Herbert von Karajan conducting Beethoven, Enrico Caruso singing Puccini, Anne-Sophie Mutter's violin with James Levine conducting Fauré's Berceuse Opus 16, and Leonard Bernstein conducting the Cool Fugue from West Side Story.


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