brettab at ihug.com.au
Wed Dec 22 17:50:32 EST 2010
Talking of rarities, I have an original pressing of GG's Scriabin/Prokofiev
disc and it appears to be signed in a thickish black felt tip at the end of
the liner notes en verso. Many of his discs have a thin reproduced signature
to the rear; however this one is different. I know he signed copies of
aGerman Bach release. Is it possible that he signed others? I don't want to
rub at the signature in case it is legit.
Best wishes to all,
From: f_minor-bounces at glenngould.org [mailto:f_minor-bounces at glenngould.org]
On Behalf Of Brad Lehman
Sent: Thursday, December 23, 2010 8:41 AM
To: Discussion of the Canadian pianist Glenn Gould.; Mark Ulster
Subject: Re: [f_minor] RS3....
It could be worth something as a collector's item.
Here's the CD reissue of it that I have, from 1993:
Evidently a few stray used copies floating around and for sale there.
On 12/20/2010 4:09 PM, Mark Ulster wrote:
> Hello there -
> I recently acquired an original Hallmark 10-inch LP, which is Glenn
> Gould's first commerical recording. (Hallmark Recital Series RS3 - Glenn
> Gould& Albert Pratz) It's in excellent condition.
> Is this a particularly rare record? Do you have any idea how many other
> copies are out there? Is it worth something?
> Thanks for your help,
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