The Gramophone Classical Music Guide 2011

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Gramophone, 2010 - Music - 1434 pages
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The Gramophone Classical Music Guide 2011 is the essential guide for music lovers collecting their music on CD, DVD or as a download, drawing on Gramophone magazine's 85-year experience of reviewing classical music on record.Whether you're just dipping a toe into the huge, but rewarding, world of classical music, or already have a substantial collection, The Gramophone Classical Music Guide 2011 is an invaluable companion.

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Excellent reference book

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This book has always been a very reliable guide to cds and dvds in music. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

For 15 years, James Jolly was editor of The Gramophone, the world's most respected classical record review. In addition to his new role as editor-in-chief, overseeing The Gramophone's profile in the USA and its online offering, he has a regular monthly pr

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