"Roberto Szidon is undoubtedly one of the greatest living pianists of our time. His Deutsche Grammophon recordings(circa 70's)of Villa Lobos, the Scriabin Sonatas, and especially, of Charles Ives' Concord Sonata put today's more modestly equipped celebrity pianists to shame. This complete set of the Hungarian Rhapsodies is a precious reminder of Szidon's powers at their most glorious. Please, please !!! Let's not let this transcendental artist languish in obscurity any longer! Szidon needs to return to center stage where he so rightfully belongs." - Audio.
This is a Deutsche Grammophon 3 record, boxed 'Promo' set with booklet from 1973 with "Sample - Not For Resale" printed on the first side of each record. The set appears unplayed.
The records are Mint.
The jacket/Box is Exc+.
The LP's play/sound Mint+.
These 3 LP's appear unplayed. I tested Side 1 and the 1st Track of Side 2 and they sound 'Virgin'. Full, warm, dynamic sound with power and presence - not typical of most DG pressings.
Each record is washed on a VPI cleaning machine using a proprietary 3-5 agent process which is determined by the needs of the individual record.
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