This is the perfect thread and group of people for me to make my offer.
I have been decluttering my vinyl albums and frankly, most of them ended up in the trash. However, I have seven vinyl albums I can't bear to throw away because of their archival significance and they are so specialized that finding a buyer just isn't worth my time.
The albums, vinyl remember, are :
1. History of European Music, Part One: Music of the Early Middle Ages, Volume III. By The Musical Heritage Society Inc.
2. History of European Music, Part One: Music of the Early Middle Ages, Volume II. By The Musical Heritage Society Inc.
3. The English Madrigal School - Madrigals of John Wilbye and Thomas Morley
4. Chants de la Renaissance de Claude Lejeune
5. The Central Middle Ages, Series A: Troubadours, Trouveres and Minnesingers, Series C: Early Polyphony before 1300 AD. Produced by Archive Production
6. The Italian Seicento, Series B: Claudio Monteverdi, Series D: The Cantata. Produced by Archive Production
7. Music at Versailles at the time of Louis XIV ( CHarpentier, Couperin, Rameau, Berton)
Someone, somewhere must want these and would be willing to transfer them from vinyl to CD. I'm willing to give them away in exchange for the cost of shipping. Someone PM me.