PHILIPS LP HI-FI STEREO 835 126 AY: TCHAIKOVSKY Pathetique - MARKEVITCH - 1960s
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Background -There are records and then there are "RECORDS". This one belongs in the "RECORDS" category. This LP is very rare and highly sought after by music collectors. This super heavy STEREO LP features symphonic music written by Tschaikowsky and performed by Igor Markevitch conducting the London Symphony Orchestra. Superb performances! The LP is the very earliest HI-FI STEREO record label vintage, made in the Netherlands / Holland / Dutch and issued in the 1960s. The vinyl is in superb condition given it's age, with a few light spider marks on the LP, nothing serious (see details below for more).
LP made by PHILIPS Records, in the NETHERLANDS / HOLLAND / DUTCH
LP released / recorded in the 1960s
LP is recorded in STEREO
Record Catalog Number: 835 126 AY
Record Labels are primarily deep red (maroon) with silver lettering, with the earliest HI-FI STEREO PHILIPS record logos.
Tschaikowsky (Tchaikovsky)LP title and music on this rare item -
Symphony No. 6 h-moll Op. 74, "Pathetique"
Performers -Igor Markevitch, conductor
London Symphony Orchestra
The LP jacket is in near mint minus condition! The jacket has NO seam splits. The corners and seams are solid, with minimal shelf wear evident. The colors on the jacket are sharp - just gorgeous (see pictures with this listing as they are of the actual item).
The LP is in near mint minus condition! We found that the vinyl looked superb on this vintage LP. There are no significant marks and the LP retains much of the original gloss and sheen. There may be some dust and the odd finger print on the vinyl with no serious marks evident and perhaps a light spider mark or two. There are NO serious spindle marks on the record labels. We have never had a better looking and sounding copy of this LP. Any serious collector would be happy with the condition of this rare item. That said, acquiring a vintage LP like this is for the performance and rarity of the LP, not necessarily for the sound quality.A Short Note About LP GRADING - Mint = Only used for sealed items. Near Mint = Virtually flawless in every way. Near Mint Minus = Item has some minor imperfections, some audible. Excellent = Item obviously played and enjoyed with some noise. Very Good Plus = Many more imperfections which are noticeable and obtrusive.
For best results, always properly clean your LPs before playing them.
The LP is an audiophile quality pressing (any collector of fine MFSL, half speeds, direct to discs, Japanese/UK pressings etc., can attest to the difference a quality pressing can make to an audio system).
Don't let this rarity slip by!!!