Classical Recordings Quarterly (formerly Classic Record Collector) is a unique publication which is run by knowledgeable classical record enthusiasts in order to serve those who share our passions and interests.
We publish articles on great artists of the past; histories of record companies and labels; tales of rare recordings; interviews with famous producers and engineers, and much else. We provide news of industry developments and company news worldwide. Our review section focuses largely on retrospective material, and includes LP and 78rpm reissues. We are also turning attention to the growing download market, with reviews and information on websites and available repertoire.
Classical Recordings Quarterly is published four times per year.
Autumn 2013 issue. Highlights |here| Printed edition published end September
Highlights of earlier issues |here|
CRQ Cumulative Index |here| Updated 21 October 2013
CRQ Editions. Autumn 2013. Ten new issues in the new Classical Recordings Quarterly Editions series are now available. This specialist label, available only through CRQ, is devoted to the re-release on CD of unusual out-of-copyright recordings of interest to collectors world-wide. Full details |here|