Classical Music at eil.com: Rare, Out Of Print, Or Just Loved… Vinyl, CDs & Box Sets For Everyone

We have a steady stream of Classical LPs coming through our doors, either as standalone collections or part of broader collections.

Whether it’s a rare stereo LP on Decca or Columbia you’re looking for, a revered Orchestra, Composer or Conductor, or a recording of your favourite virtuoso in any form, we now specialise in Classical Vinyl, CDs, Vinyl Box Sets and memorabilia to boot, from early gramophone originals to current day reissues.

Here’s a selection of what’s arrived recently. You can find all our Classical, including Early Music through Renaissance, Baroque, Romantic & Contemporary, here

 

BRITTEN The Rape of Lucretia – 1971 UK purple narrow band label stereo double LP boxed set, performed by Heather Harper, Janet Baker, Peter Pears, Bryan Drake, Benjamin Luxon, John Shirley-Quirk, Elizabeth Bainbridge & Jenny Hill wth the English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by the composer. Comes housed in a 12″ glossy picture box with a 23-page booklet. The packaging shows very little of its years & both vinyl discs appear barely played SET492-3

MALCOLM ARNOLD conducts THE LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA English, Scottish & Cornish Dances – Archive Quality TAS Listed 1979 UK Lyrita stereo LP pressed by Decca, front laminated picture sleeve. Both the sleeve & vinyl appear near ‘as new’ SRCS.109

 

ALEXANDER GIBSON conducts THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE ORCHESTRA Gounod: “Faust” Ballet Music / Bizet: “Carmen” Suite – Limited Edition 2016 US stereo LP cut by Bernie Grundman & pressed on Quiex 200gram Vinyl, with the labels replicating the original colour ‘Nipper’ design in the RCA Living Stereo series, housed in a deluxe pasted picture sleeve replicating the original album’s artwork. The sleeve is Near Mint & the heavyweight vinyl appears Excellent with minimal play LSC-2449

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