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PERLMAN, ITZHAK - invitation to violin pieces - EAC-35006

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Artist PERLMAN, ITZHAK
Title invitation to violin pieces
Label ANGEL / TOSHIBA-EMI LTD
Catalog Number EAC-35006
Pressing JAPAN
Release Year
Media Vinyl Records
Speed N/A
Size 12inch
Disc 1-disc
Mono/Stereo stereo
Genre CLASSICAL
Barcode N/A
Includes --
Notes daniel barenboim, english chamber orchestra, bach; violin concerto in e major, ringwear on cover, stains on cover, disc has scratches with noise, disc has bumps
Cover Condition G
Disc Condition VG
Weight 260grams(approx.0.57lb)

PERLMAN, ITZHAK invitation to violin pieces EAC-35006 - front cover
PERLMAN, ITZHAK invitation to violin pieces EAC-35006 - back cover
PERLMAN, ITZHAK invitation to violin pieces EAC-35006 - disc

PERLMAN, ITZHAK invitation to violin pieces EAC-35006 イツァーク・パールマン ヴァイオリン名曲へのお誘い

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