Gramophone Player vs CD

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Gramophone Player vs CD

Greetings to all music lovers and subscribers of Gramophone.

Regarding my subscription to GRAMOPHONE, I would like to
express my dissapointment. I paid a subscription with
CD, but the CD is no longer included with the magazine.

Wouldn't be wise if Gramophone makes available to DOWNLOAD                   the tracks of the Grampophone Player to subscribers of the magazine??  

I know that Gramophone is offering the "Gramophone Player"
instead, but  this is not an option for me at all.

I cannot transport the music everywhere as I used to do with the
CD, because this music IS NOT DOWNLOADABLE AT ALL.

I cannot hear this music in my car, I cannot use it with my music students Music History class, as I used to. I neither cannot transfer this music to my Ipod, because it is not downloadable at all.

As I paid for a subscription with a CD, I would like to ask
Gramophone for a refund, because I understand the CD
subscription
costs more than the one without the CD.

It would be fair enough to ask you that if you are not going to
include the CD I paid you for, please refund me the cost of the

CDs you haven't sended me since the renewal of my subscritpion                      and the others you will not send me.

I wish to tell you that one of the main reasons I subscribe to
the Gramphone for more than 15 years is the possibility to
hear to the latest classical CD productions in the world with
the convinence  to hear them where ever I wish to. Not only
through my computer.

With all my respects and best wishes.

Tierra de Chelo.

 

 

 

Tierra de Chelo

RE: Gramophone Player vs CD

The serious FACT is that every subscriber to the Gramophone that
bought a subscription with a CD included is being RIPPED OFF. Gramophone
should have a straight answer for this change of policy, after charging
for subscriptios with the CD included in the cost of those
subscriptions.

Otherwise, the music tracks in the so called "Gramophone Player" at
least should be downloadable for subscribers to the Gramophone with the
CD. Don't you think?

Tierra de Chelo

RE: Gramophone Player vs CD

Seems my last post didn't show. All I said is that I for one have seen enough of this subject. The covermount CD has gone so deal with it. It was worthwhile to listen to extracts of new releases and I enjoyed the Great Composers series but the CD itself was hardly one to be retained ad infinitum. It was meant to inform and give a taster of new releases. That's all. The Gramophone Player continues to fulfil this function.

RE: Gramophone Player vs CD

Good morning,

Thank you for your post. While your feedback is gratefully received, every point here has been addressed, and debated, at considerable length in another thread - http://www.gramophone.co.uk/forum/general-discussion/covermount-cd-disco... . If there are points which you feel haven't been addressed or answered there, then I will happily respond to them. To avoid repetition, I will also transfer any subsequent post to this thread into that one.

Martin

 

Editor and Publisher, Gramophone

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