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"The Gramophone Magazine"

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« Reply #15 on: September 22, 2013, 10:30:31 am »

As it was to me, Cilgwyn.
I had an arrangement with a bookstore in Rotterdam, that they always kept a number for me. Later they told me they ordered the Gramphone specially for me. I was the only one who bought the magazine.
It was in those days prior to the cd. There were that marvelous record shops in London who advertised in the Gramophone. First I kept all the magazines, but years later I took the interesting pages out of it. Thanks to Gramophone I discovered Havergal Brian, who always remained a kind of a companion for me.
But, alas, the Gramophone became less interesting, AND the bookstore had to close its doors.

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