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RE: GG: Original Jacket Collection

There is also some Beethoven and Brahms released on the Complete Jacket
Edition. These are not currently available in the US. I did however purchase
the Brahms intermezzi album in the Jacket format when I was in Vienna last
summer. The others are available individually on the Amazon.com German site 

http://www.amazon.de <http://www.amazon.de> 

Unfortunately you have to speak or read German to use the site. Postage is
approximately $ 15.00 USD per order regardless of size. So you can save
postage by purchasing multiple albums at once. It takes about 4 - 6 weeks
for an order to arrive once it has been sent.

Amazon also has a site in the UK 

http://www.amazon.co.uk <http://www.amazon.co.uk> 

Their CD selection is not as good as the German site, but they do have some
books that are no longer available here and it only takes about a week for
the order to arrive once it is sent. I recently bought copies of _Mahler
Remembered_  and _Bruckner Remembered_ Postage is about $ 10.00 USD per

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		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Michael Arnowitt [mailto:arnowitt@sover.net]
		Sent:	Sunday, February 13, 2000 1:56 PM
		To:	f_minor@email.rutgers.edu
		Subject:	Re: GG: Original Jacket Collection

		At 08:28 PM 02/10/2000 -0500, you wrote:
		>It's a twelve-disk set. According to comments at
Amazon.com, they didn't
		>include the English Suites and the French Suites, and it
also left out part
		>of Book II of the Well-Tempered Clavier.

		Too bad about the Suites ... I was told by both my local
record store (here
		in the US) and a place I checked while in Canada that the
English Suites
		were "unavailable" !!

		Is that possible?  I sure hope they're still in circulation.