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Brian's Selling 100ish CDs
« on: June 05, 2018, 03:58:35 PM »
Hey gang! I have extra stuff I want to unload and want to offer it to you good people first. This first batch of 100ish CDs is almost all mint condition, almost all played only 2-4 times, with a couple still in the shrink wrap. A couple are genuinely rare, while many feature rare/weird repertoire that I just don't listen to much. I included the year of the exact edition published for the classical recordings because you should know that those 1980s ones really are the 80s releases, purchased by my grandfather.

I'm not really here to make money, just to clear out storage space.
Sale price is $2 each + cost of stamps to you (except multi-CD sets marked $4 or $5 below). When you are guessing what postage will cost, FYI, I am based in Texas.
First come first served, sold items will be marked with slash.
It may take me a while to acknowledge your PM because my office ISP still does not recognize GMG so I can only access the forum half of the day.
I have PayPal and Zelle Pay. No Bitcoin please. We might be able to work out some other deal (or even a trade) if you PM me with a proposal.

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By composer
Abel: Song cycles (living composer Mark, not the baroque one) / Delos 2013
Adams: Harmonielehre, Doctor Atomic Symphony / Oundjian, RNSO / Chandos SACD 2013
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No 5 / Ax, Royal PO, Previn / RCA Red Seal 1986
CPE Bach: two big pieces / Beethoven: Sonatas 31 & 32 / Cameron Watson / MSR 2012
CPE Bach: Stuff arranged inauthentically for clarinet / Italian performers / Brilliant 2016
JS Bach & Piazzolla: Bandoneon and piano recital, and yes, one track is a Bach/Piazzolla medley / Indesens 2013
Bach & Beethoven “Mostly Transcriptions” (mostly by Busoni and Liszt) + Op 111 / Tien Hsieh / MSR 2014
Beethoven: Last Three Sonatas / Eric Le Sage / Alpha 2014
Brahms & Reger: Clarinet Quintets / Sharon Kam, Isabelle van Keulen, etc / Berlin 2015
Chopin: 23 Mazurkas on an 1830s square piano / Nils Asheim / Lawo 2013
Chopin: Complete etudes / Alessandro Deljavan / Brilliant 2015
Chopin: Etudes Op 10 + Godowsky: His versions of them / David Stanhope / Tall Poppies 2014 (this is good stuff)
Chopin: Nocturnes / Luiz de Moura Castro / 2 CDs, cheapest possible packaging by artist
Chopin: Waltzes / Vol. 4 of Louis Lortie’s cycle / Chandos 2015
Dvorak: String Quartets Opp. 96 “American” and 106 / Vlach Quartet Prague / Naxos 1995
Dvorak: Symphony No 2 / Serebrier, Bournemouth SO / Warner 2013
Freitas: Orchestral music / Cassuto, Royal Scottish NO / Naxos 2013
Glass: Solo piano music, 3 CDs / Jeroen van Veen / Brilliant 2013 ($4)
Glass: Arrangements for harp / Floraleda Sacchi / Amadeus Arte 2012 (I can also print out the angry note I received from the artist)
Glass: Symphony No 10 / Dennis Russell Davies / for Glass diehards only, this shit is vile
Gliere: Piano music / Corinna Simon / Crystal Classics 2011
Godowsky: Transcriptions of Schubert, both Strausses, etc. / Emanuele Delucchi on 1906 Steinway / Piano Classics 2015
Grieg: Unfinished piano concerto sketches completed by Helge Evju + the famous concerto but in an edition by Percy Grainger preserving, he said, the composer’s own performing notes / Carl Petersson, Prague Radio SO / Grand Piano 2015
CT Griffes & Deems Taylor: Orchestral Works / Schwarz, Seattle SO / Naxos 2012
Janacek: Choruses for Male Voices / Moravian Teachers Choir / Naxos 2001
Khachaturian: Gayaneh and Spartacus suites, composer conducting VPO + Ansermet conducting Glazunov’s The Seasons / Decca 2000
Kleiberg: Chamber music / various reputable Norwegian artists / 2L SACD 2015
Malecki: String Quartets 1-3 plus a cool quartet reworking of Chopin / Opium Quartet / Acte Prealable 2012

Moszkowski: Orchestral music / San Francisco Ballet Orch / Reference 2016
Mozart: Horn Concertos 1-4 / Barry Tuckwell, English CO / Decca reissue, still in shrink wrap
Mozart: Piano Concerto No 19 & Sonata No 16, but for harp / Xavier de Maistre, Ivor Bolton / Sony 2013
Mozart: Tafelmusik 4 CD box (Serenades, Overtures, Eine kleine Nachtmusik, plus a disc of wind music)  / Vivarte slim white reissue box 2012 ($5)
Mozart: Violin Concertos 3 and 5 / Perlman, Vienna, Levine / DG 1983
Offenbach: Suites for two cellos / Pidoux & Peclard / Harmonia Mundi 2010
Onslow: Cello sonatas / Maria Kliegel, Nina Tichman / Naxos 2013 (nicer than usual romantic fluff)
Piazzolla and Szmerek: Accordion and bandoneon concertos / Dux 2015
Poulenc: Stabat mater, Gloria, Litanies / Petibon, Orch de Paris, Paavo Jarvi / DG 2013
Rachmaninov: 24 Preludes / Eldar Nebolsin / Naxos 2007
Ravel: Daphnis et Chloe, complete / Paris Opera Orch, Philippe Jordan / Erato 2015
Ravel: Orchestral stuff / Dutoit, Montreal / Double Decca 2 CD set 1999
Reinecke: Cello Concerto + Bloch and Tavener for solo cello / Michael Samis / Delos 2014

Rimsky-Korsakov / Scheherazade / Vienna PO, Andre Previn / Philips 1982
Saint-Saens: Piano Quartet & Quintet / Fine Arts Quartet, Cristina Ortiz / Naxos 2013
Saint-Saens: Symphonies (complete) / Martinon, ORTF / EMI reissue 2 CD set 2010
Schubert: Arpeggione and arrangements / Alexander Hulshoff, cello / Oehms 2015
Schumann: Fantasiestucke, Humoreske, Kinderszenen, Novelettes / Ada Gorbunova / LP Classics 2 CD set 2014
Schumann: Symphony 4 (first version), unfinished symphony in G minor, Mendelssohn Symphony 4 (first version) / Bamberg SO, Marc Andreae / Guild 2015
Verdi & Wagner transcriptions on piano / Abdiel Vazquez / Piano Classics (date not listed on back)
Wagner: Symphony in C, Siegfried Idyll / Edo de Waart, Netherlands Radio PO / Challenge Classics 2014
James Winn: Chamber music / various artists with James Winn, piano / MSR 2014

20th Century Romantics on double bass (Gliere, Bloch, Bourgeois, Montag) / Nimbus 2015
American music for piano duo (Rzewski, Adams, Bolcom, Barber) / TwoPianists 2015
Also American music for piano duo, but both continents this time (Jobim, Marquez, Gnattali, Villa-Lobos, Percy Grainger’s fantasia on Gershwin) / Convivium 2015
Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli - Early Recordings Vol. 1 / Ward Marston restoration / Naxos 2008
Cecilio Perera guitar recital (Ponce, Brouwer, Sojo, Oliva) / Naxos 2012
Center for Music Excellence piano grads recital (a buttload of composers & pianists) / MSR 2015
Chamber music with lute (Weiss, Baron, JS Bach) / Axel Wolf etc. / Oehms 2013
Chicago Moves: New music for brass by Americans / Cedille 2012
Dawn of Romanticism (flute recital: Beethoven & Schubert) / Juliette Hurel / Naive 2013
Denis Azabagic guitar recital (Ourkouzounov, Ivanovic, Bogdanovic, Thomas, Rivera) / Cedille 2013
Finnish Orchestral Favorites / Jorma Panula / Naxos 2 CD compilation 2010
First Day (cello recital: Bragato, Martinu, Burhans, Ginastera, Enescu, Marais, Poulenc) / Laura Metcalf (not Laurie) / Sono Luminus 2016
Frenchish Flute sonatas: Roussel, Milhaud, Poulenc, Schulhoff, Martinu / Hansgeorg Schmeiser (solo flute for Vienna Volksoper) / Nimbus 2015
French Piano Concertos: Saint-Saens 2, Poulenc 2 Pianos, Roussel Concerto / Capova, Lapsansky, Slovak PO, Rezucha, Kosler / Naxos 1988 (extremely RARE)
Guitar Music of Colombia / Jose Antonio Escobar / Naxos 2015 (some good stuff here)
Harp Spectacular (Faure, Glinka, Liszt, Hovhaness, Salzedo, Prokofiev, etc.) / Susann McDonald / Klavier 1987
Japanese Guitar Music Vol 2 (Miyoshi, Ikebe, Hosokawa, etc.) / Shin-ichi Fukuda / Naxos 2016
Jenny Lin Plays Lots of Nocturnes / Hanssler 2014
Jorg Widmann plays and screams clarinet concertos by Widmann, Mozart, von Weber / Orfeo 2015
Lark Quartet Plays Americans: Adams, Bolcom, Copland, Moravec / guest star Jeremy Denk / Bridge 2014
Lavinia Meijer harp recital (Debussy, Ravel, Satie, Tiersen) / Sony 2015
Lucas Debargue solo debut: Scarlatti, Ravel, Chopin, Liszt, etc. / Sony 2016
Lukas Geniusas piano recital “Emancipation of Consonance” / Melodiya 2015
Naturally Beethoven (Symphony No 7 and Septet wind versions + YNS with a countertenor) / Atma Classique 2008
Neoclassical Trumpet (Stravinsky, Respighi, Martinu, etc.) / Jonathan Freeman-Attwood and Daniel-Ben Pienaar / Linn 2015 (broken case)
Nocturnes for viola (Beethoven, Kalliwoda, and Chopin arrangements) / Marcin Murawski / Acte Prealable 2015
Rafael Aguirre guitar recital (9 composers) / Naxos 2012
Stefan Ragnar Hoskuldsson flute recital (Schubert, Liebermann, Johansson, Prokofiev) / Delos 2015
Tatiana Zelikman plays Couperin, Mozart, Haydn, Schumann / RARE recital from Daniil Trifonov’s teacher / bonus CD of the same recital dynamically flattened for playing in cars / Fondamenta 2015
“The Sonatas” (actually a double bass recital of Hindemith, Gubaidulina, Vasks) / Niek de Groot, former principal bassist of the Concertgebouw / Nimbus 2015
University of Texas Wind Ensemble plays Dan Welcher, Donald Grantham, Frank Ticheli, and John Mackey / Reference Recordings 2016
Werner von Schnitzler violin recital: Dvorak, Suk, Janacek, Martinu, Smetana / Ars 2016
Woman at the New Piano / Nadia Shpachenko plays new commissions / Reference 2014
Xavier de Maistre plays romantic harp arrangements / Sony 2015
Your Cello Favourites (compilation of all the hits, mostly Janos Starker) / Denon Nippon 1986

Jazz and etc.
Bill Evans Trio at Town Hall Volume One / Verve
A Blowin’ Session / Johnny Griffin, Lee Morgan, Hank Mobley, John Coltrane, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, Art Blakey / Blue Note
Eldar Djangirov Trio Live at the Blue Note (with Chris Botti and Roy Hargrove cameos) / Sony
Go / Dexter Gordon Quartet / Blue Note
Going for Myself / Sweets Edison, Oscar Peterson Trio, and a very frail Lester Young / Poll Winners Records (Euro reissue label)
Hank Mobley: Eight Classic Albums / Real Gone Jazz (Euro reissue label) ($4)
A Keyboard History + Mary Lou / Mary Lou Williams / Poll Winners Records (Euro reissue label)
Paris Concert Edition One / Bill Evans Trio / Blue Note
Portrait of Duke Ellington / Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra / Essential Jazz Classics records (Euro reissue label)
Re-Imagination / Eldar Djangirov Trio plus guitarists and a DJ / Sony (still in shrink wrap)
Top Percussion / Tito Puente, Mongo Santamaria, etc. / Living Stereo
Volare - Best of the Gipsy Kings 2CD
« Last Edit: July 01, 2018, 05:41:19 PM by Brian »

Offline Alek Hidell

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Re: Brian's Selling 100ish CDs
« Reply #1 on: June 05, 2018, 04:58:24 PM »
Go / Dexter Gordon Quartet / Blue Note

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Re: Brian's Selling 100ish CDs
« Reply #2 on: June 05, 2018, 09:12:30 PM »
Glass: Symphony No 10 / Dennis Russell Davies / for Glass diehards only, this shit is vile
Yes, we know:  :D
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Re: Brian's Selling 100ish CDs
« Reply #3 on: June 06, 2018, 03:00:24 AM »
For most composers, “business as usual” is disappointing, inadequate.  In Glass’s case, it is dang near toxic.
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Re: Brian's Selling 100ish CDs
« Reply #4 on: June 10, 2018, 08:05:05 AM »
First batch is off the board, come and get it, y'all!

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Re: Brian's Selling 100ish CDs
« Reply #5 on: July 01, 2018, 09:44:56 AM »

If you are a guest, feel free to email me. brianrein at gmail

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Re: Brian's Selling 100ish CDs
« Reply #6 on: August 22, 2018, 10:44:50 AM »
Optimistic bump! Still got stuff!

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Re: Brian's Selling 100ish CDs
« Reply #7 on: August 22, 2018, 10:49:17 AM »
How much is the postage fee to Canada, Brian ?

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Re: Brian's Selling 100ish CDs
« Reply #8 on: August 22, 2018, 11:04:05 AM »
How much is the postage fee to Canada, Brian ?
I'm not sure, but the USPS online calculator says there is a $10 option. I have been charging people what the USPS tells me, except one case early on where the jerk overcharged me so I did not pass the additional costs on to the buyer.  8)

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Re: Brian's Selling 100ish CDs
« Reply #9 on: August 22, 2018, 05:04:13 PM »
ever since i got Amazon prime i can listen to all the music i can possibly listen to.

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Re: Brian's Selling 100ish CDs
« Reply #10 on: September 01, 2018, 04:16:51 PM »
Contemplating a couple, but I expect postage to Australia will add to the cost per unit a bit unless I go for several units!
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Re: Brian's Selling 100ish CDs
« Reply #11 on: November 01, 2018, 10:52:20 AM »
I'd like all or most of the Chopin, plus the early Schumann/Mendelssohn symphonies. Too bad the Glass is gone, as one always needs some shit in one's diet.
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