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Prelude Records in Norwich will be greatly missed

PUBLISHED: 13:25 24 January 2017 | UPDATED: 13:25 24 January 2017

Andrew Cane who is closing Prelude Records after 30 years. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Andrew Cane who is closing Prelude Records after 30 years. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Copyright: Archant 2017

Whilst I can understand why Andrew Cane has decided to close Prelude Records it is sad.

With an unequalled selection of classical and other recordings, his vast knowledge and the excellent service he has provided, he will be missed by many.

I remember enquiring about a recording which, on checking, he told me was no longer available.

Some months later he telephoned me at home to say the recording had been reissued under another label.

I still enjoy that recording.

How good is that?

It is typical of the service he and his staff provided.

I do hope he will operate a mail order service after he closes.

Terry Rands, Dereham Road, Ovington.


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