Unfortunately it has become necessary for me to terminate publication of Classical Recordings Quarterly, which means that the Spring issue (whose cover is illustrated on the left of this page) is the last to be produced. I have discussed the reasons for closure in my editorials for the Winter and Spring issues, to which readers of this note are referred.
I very much regret having to take this action, and offer my grateful thanks to subscribers and other readers for their loyal support, which in many cases goes back to the origins of the magazine 20 years ago.
I shall continue to use this website for providing information and for selling CDs, LPs, books on music and other related items. So please keep in touch.
Readers who are owed further issues under their existing subscriptions are invited to click on “Subscriptions” for details of possible compensation.
Spring 2015 issue Highlights |here|
Highlights of earlier issues |here|
CRQ Cumulative Index |here| Updated 18 April 2015
CRQ Editions. Spring 2015. Nine new issues in the new Classical Recordings Quarterly Editions series. 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|
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