MENDELSSOHN: Violin Concerto in E minor, Op.6
Romance No.1 in G major, Op.40
Romance No.2 in F major, Op.50
Columbia Records 33CX 1497 UK-1950s
12" mono LP WEIGHT: 498 grams (incl.box)
Johanna Martzy - violin
Paul Kletzki conducting
The Philharmonia Orchestra
Original UK Columbia
In original inner sleeve.
Record side 1: EX (looks super/few paper scuffs/
some minor crackling/NO ticks)
Record side 2: EX+ (looks super/few paper scuffs/
very minor crackling/NO ticks)
Sleeve: EX (has a big mended tear,lower front)
Overall: Lovely LP in very fine EX condition.
A superb recording with fantastic sound.
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No visible surface marks and plays without any surface background noise
Crisp and clean with no creases / bends or discolouration
One or two very light surface marks, marks do not cause any problems
and record plays without any surface background noise
Crisp and clean, may be one or two small creases or discolouration,
common with age
One or two light surface marks, maybe some occasional surface background
noise or a few very light ticks
Clean but maybe few minor creases or discolouration
Few light surface marks, maybe some
occasional light surface background noise and occasional light ticks
Clean, maybe few creases/bends.
Some discolouration and/or laminationlift
Few surface marks. There will be some surface background noise,
occasional ticks during playback, still enjoyable record
Few creases or bends. Some discolouration, edges might be a little tatty,
even minor tears, lamination lifts
Some surface marks. There will be some surface background noise,
occasional ticks during playback
Many creases or bends. Some discolouration, tatty edges with a few tears,