Michala Petri : The Complete RCA Album Collection (17xCD, RE + Box, Comp)
Michala Petri : The Complete RCA Album Collection (17xCD, RE + Box, Comp)

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Michala Petri - The Complete RCA Album Collection

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Michala Petri - The Complete RCA Album Collection

Media Condition:  Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

Format:      17xCD, RE + Box, Comp
Country:    USA, Canada & Europe  
Released:  
2018-05-11
Genre:       Classical
Style:         Baroque, Contemporary

Track List:

CDs 1-17. Reissues Of 17 Original Albums (see Below)

Notes: 

CD 1: 907710 CD 2: 1414085 CD 3: 505162 CD 4: 1248865 CD 5: [r=14020307 CD 6: [r=11516727 CD 7: 1248861 CD 8: 718846 CD 9: 535486 CD 10: [r=7789635 CD 11: [r=9425753 CD 12: 1210231 CD 13: [r=5289247 CD 14: [r=11009794 CD 15: [r=9596192 CD 16: [r=11936945 CD 17: [r=9106206 CD 1: Recording: London, Henry Wood Hall, July 13–15, 1987 Producer: Ralph Mace Recording Engineer: Tony Faulkner Editing Engineer: Ben Turner P 1987 Sony Music Entertainment CD 2: Recording: London, CBS Studios, June 30 & July 1/2, 1987 Producer: Ralph Mace Recording Engineer: Mike Ross P 1988 Sony Music Entertainment CD 3: Recording: London, CBS Studios, January 24–27, 1989 Producer: Ralph Mace Recording Engineer: Mike Ross-Trevor Executive Producer: David Overton Publishers: Oxford University Press [1/4/7/14; MCPS Publishing [2/15/19/21/24; MS [8–13/23; J. Curwen & Sons [18 P 1989 Sony Music Entertainment CD 4: Michala Petri plays Moeck recorders. Recording: Monselice, Duomo Vecchio, May 23–26, 1988 Producer: Ralph Mace Recording Engineer: Mike Ross-Trevor P 1990 Sony Music Entertainment CD 5: Recording: Dorset, Forde Abbey, June 13–15, 1987 Producer: Martin Compton Engineers: Tony Faulkner & Robert Gooch P 1990 Sony Music Entertainment CD 6: Michala Petri plays Moeck recorders. Recording: Padua, Palazzo Giusti, April 24–26, 1989 Producer: Ralph Mace Recording Engineer: Mike Ross-Trevor P 1990 Sony Music Entertainment CD 7: Recording: London, CBS Studios, October 30/31 – November 1, 1987 Producer: Andrew Keener Balance Engineer: Mike Ross-Trevor Publishers: Copyright Control [1–5/7–10/12–15; Edition Wilhelm Hansen [6; Doblinger [11 P 1988 Sony Music Entertainment CD 8: Michala Petri plays Moeck recorders. Harpsichord (double-manual) by Carl Fudge, 1982, after Taskin. Keith Jarrett appears courtesy of ECM Records. Recording: New Jersey, Keith Jarrett’s Cavelight Studio, June 1–3, 1990 Producer: Manfred Eicher Recording Engineer: Peter Laenger Editing Engineer: Markus Heiland P 1991 Sony Music Entertainment CD 9: Michala Petri plays Moeck recorders. Harpsichord (double-manual) by Carl Fudge, 1982, after Taskin. Keith Jarrett appears courtesy of ECM Records. Recording: New Jersey, Keith Jarrett’s Cavelight Studio, February 28/29 & March 1, 1992 Producers: Keith Jarrett & Peter Laenger Recording Engineer: Peter Laenger P 1992 Sony Music Entertainment CD 10: Recording: London, The Hit Factory, May 26–29, 1993 Producer: Ralph Mace Recording Engineer: Mike Ross-Trevor P 1993 Sony Music Entertainment CD 11: Michala Petri plays Moeck recorders. Lars Hannibal plays a guitar by Robert S. Ruck (1971) and an archlute by Paul Thomson (1993). Recording: Denmark, Chapel of Fredensborg Castle, with the kind permission of Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II, September 23–26, 1993 Producer & Recording Engineer: Peter Laenger Editing Engineer: Markus Heiland P 1994 Sony Music Entertainment CD 12: Recording: London, The Hit Factory, September 21–23, 1992 Producer: Ralph Mace Recording Engineer: Mike Ross-Trevor P 1995 Sony Music Entertainment CD 13: Recording: Asturias, Teatro de la Universidad Laboral de Gijón, June 18–21, 1995 Producer: Ralph Mace Recording Engineer: Mike Hatch P 1996 Sony Music Entertainment CD 14: Michala Petri plays Moeck recorders. Lars Hannibal plays a guitar by Robert S. Ruck (1971) and an archlute by Paul Thomson (1993). Recording: London, Whitfield Street Studios, October 1996 Producer: Ralph Mace Recording Engineer: Mike Ross-Trevor P 1997 Sony Music Entertainment CD 15: Recording: Berlin, Teldec Studio, March 8–11, 1998 Producer: Peter Laenger Recording Engineer: Christian Feldgen Executive Producer: Stefan Mikorey P 1998 Sony Music Entertainment CD 16: Recording: London, Whitfield Street Studios, August 24 & September 1–3, 1999 Producer: Peter Laenger Recording Engineer: Mike Ross-Trevor Executive Producer: Stefan Mikorey P 1999 Sony Music Entertainment CD 17: Recording: Denmark, PUK Studios, May 1–3, 2000 Producer: Peter Laenger Engineer: Peter Iversen Executive Producer: Stefan Mikorey P 2001 Sony Music Entertainment Cover Photo C Peter Olesen Consists of previously released material 19075821022 · This compilation P & C 2018 Sony Music Entertainment Distributed by Sony Music Entertainment Sony Classical and [Sony Classical Logo are trademarks of Sony Music Entertainment RCA is a registered trademark of RCA Trademark Management S.A. All trademarks and logos are protected · Made in the EU

Comments: 

Goldmine Grading Guide

A universally accepted standard for representing the condition of physical music in the resale market, including vinyl records, CDs, and cassettes. The levels range from Mint (perfect) down to Poor/Fair (damaged).

Mint (M)

Absolutely perfect in every way. Certainly never been played, possibly even still sealed.

Near Mint (NM or M-)

A nearly perfect record. A NM or M- record has more than likely never been played, and the vinyl will play perfectly, with no imperfections during playback. The record should show no obvious signs of wear. A 45 RPM or EP sleeve should have no more than the most minor defects, such as any sign of slight handling. An LP cover should have no creases, folds, seam splits, cut-out holes, or other noticeable similar defects. The same should be true of any other inserts, such as posters, lyric sleeves, etc.

Very Good Plus (VG+)

The item will show some signs that it was played and handled by a previous owner who took good care of it. Any defects are of a cosmetic nature and do not affect the actual playback. In theory, a Very Good Plus (VG+) item should sound the same as a Near Mint (NM) one. Surfaces may show some signs of wear, such as slight scuffs or very light scratches, and slight warps that do not affect the sound are okay. Paper products like sleeves will have some wear, slightly turned-up corners, or a small seam-split. In general, it plays perfectly, and if not for some minor aesthetic wear, it would be Near Mint.

Very Good (VG)

The item’s defects will be more pronounced. Surface noise will be evident upon playing, especially in soft passages and during a song’s intro and fade, but will not overpower the music. Wear will start to be noticeable, such as with light scratches on vinyl (deep enough to feel with a fingernail) that will affect the sound. Labels, covers, and sleeves may be marred by writing or have tape, stickers, and residue attached. However, a VG item will not have all of these problems at the same time.

Good (G), Good Plus( G+)

An item in Good (G) or Good Plus (G+) condition can be played through without skipping, but it will have significant surface noise, scratches, crackling, or visible wear. A container, cover, or sleeve will have scratches or seam splits, especially at the bottom or on the spine. Tape, writing, or other defects will also be present.

Poor (P), Fair (F)

The item is cracked, badly warped, and won’t play through without skipping or repeating. The container or cover could be cracked, water-damaged, and heavily marred by wear or writing. If it is a vinyl record, the album cover and inner sleeves are fully split, crinkled, and written upon.

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Delivery: All in-stock items will be shipped out in 1-3 working days after the order is successfully placed.

Free local delivery for orders above HK$800.
For orders less than HK$800, the shipping rate starts from HK$30 and is calculated at checkout.

For international orders, the shipping rate is calculated at checkout base on the shipping destination.

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