To clarify the exchange a bit, I was able to contact Eric Borninkhof, the
proprietor of Rimskys-Horns, through the contact form on the site and he
has agreed to sell me a copy, payable by PayPal. If you want to write to
him directly about this CD, you can do it at: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

He may have more copies for sale (and you can also pre-order an interesting
looking "Wagneriana" disc by the Capricorno Horn Ensemble and get copies of
two CDs by the Vienna Horns). On the other hand, you may prefer to wait for
Alexander to finish their efforts to get a distributor for the disc or try
Ken Pope <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, who seems to have some copies that he will
be putting on sale (and save a bit on international postage).

Peter Hirsch

>message: 4
>date: Thu, 13 Sep 2007 22:19:48 +0100
>from: Tom Warner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>subject: Re: [Hornlist] Re: Berlin Hornists
>On 12 Sep 2007, at 7:00 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>> <>
>> This information is incredibly helpful. After my posting, I spent
>> (way too
>> much) time looking for a location that offered the CD or any
>> information
>> about it and came up with zilch. Berliner Philharmoniker, Gebr.
>> Alexander
>> and all of my usual horn/import CD sources (Ulrich Koebl, TAP, Paxman,
>> Osmun, were all of no avail. This was particularly frustrating
>> since I realized that I had confused this Berlin Horn ensemble CD
>> with the
>> Vienna Horns, Art of Brass CD that is also on the Rimsky-Horns site
>> and saw
>> that I didn't have a copy of it yet (will remedy that ASAP).
>That site is helpful if you want to see what 'Opera looks like but, I
>wasn't able to purchase it.
>Anyone else have any luck?
>message: 5
>date: Thu, 13 Sep 2007 17:32:32 -0700 (PDT)
>from: justin ellis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>subject: Re: [Hornlist] Re: Berlin Hornists
>NO, you have to talk to the guy  directly through email.

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