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Discussion: Sibelius: Symphony No. 1 - Maazel

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Post by sacd_fan_2007 January 13, 2010 (1 of 81)
I wish these Esoteric SACD's would not appear on this web site. Why tease us if they cannot be procured?

Post by RWetmore January 13, 2010 (2 of 81)
You can purchase them, but you'll need a second mortgage.

Post by Jonty January 13, 2010 (3 of 81)
They are easier to get in the States than in the UK. Incidentally, the disc is a stereo hybrid and doses have a CD layer.

Post by terence January 14, 2010 (4 of 81)
yes, how on earth (i.e. where) is one supposed to buy this in the UK?!

Post by Cilea January 14, 2010 (5 of 81)
terence said:

yes, how on earth (i.e. where) is one supposed to buy this in the UK?!

This has already been discussed a number of times before... See e.g. /showthread/39357/39455/y#39455

Post by hiredfox January 14, 2010 (6 of 81)
terence said:

yes, how on earth (i.e. where) is one supposed to buy this in the UK?!

Freely available from Symmetry UK - Nigel Crump

A stupendous disc, as good a Sibelius 1 as you will hear with sound realism you just cannot believe.

This may be the best sounding SACD ever made.

Post by Jonty January 14, 2010 (7 of 81)
hiredfox said:



This may be the best sounding SACD ever made.

I think that may rather over stating the case. It is very very good even so.

Post by canonical January 14, 2010 (8 of 81)
terence said:

yes, how on earth (i.e. where) is one supposed to buy this in the UK?!

Ditto. The links provided don't seem to have an online store, or online prices.

Can anyone provide an online UK store that has these ? ... Or, if not UK, then to be blunt .. what is cheapest online place to buy this from?

Post by canonical January 14, 2010 (9 of 81)
What's a deluxe digipac? /// a cheap piece of cardboard with the word cardboard crossed out, and 'deluxe' written on top in crayon? Seriously, is this a digipack? At premium pricing?

Post by Jonty January 14, 2010 (10 of 81)
Symmetry's E mail address is info@Symmetry. Let them know which discs you are interested in and they will reply letting you know how much they are and so on. They don't use credit cards so a cheque will have to be sent. I have not had any problems with them and I am looking forward to The Ring when it gets to the UK

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