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|1||–Adam Harasiewicz||Ballade Nr. 1 G-moll Op. 23|
|2||–Vladimir Ashkenazy||Etüde F-dur Op. 25 Nr. 3 (Allegro)|
|3||–Adam Harasiewicz||Nocturne Nr. 17 H-dur Op. 62 Nr. 1 (Andante)|
|4||–Vladimir Ashkenazy||Mazurka Nr. 29 As-dur Op. 41 Nr. 4 (Allegretto)|
|5||–Adam Harasiewicz||Etüde A-moll Op. 25 Nr. 11 (Lento - Allegro Con Brio)|
|6||–Vladimir Ashkenazy||Scherzo Nr. 4 E-dur Op. 54|
|7||–Adam Harasiewicz||Mazurka Nr. 45 A-moll Op. 67 Nr. 4 (Moderato Animato)|
|8||–Adam Harasiewicz||Mazurka Nr. 41 Cis-moll Op. 63 Nr. 3 (Allegretto)|
|9||–Vladimir Ashkenazy||Ballade Nr. 2 F-dur Op. 38|
|10||–Vladimir Ashkenazy||Etüde C-dur Op. 10 Nr. 1 (Allegro)|
|11||–Vladimir Ashkenazy||Mazurka Nr. 21 Cis-moll Op. 30 Nr. 4 (Allegretto)|
- Composed By – Frédéric Chopin
- Piano – Adam Harasiewicz (tracks: A1 to A4.b), Vladimir Ashkenazy (tracks: B1 to B6)
- Sleeve Notes – Daphne Ibbott
This version was released in a UK made sleeve with the LP pressed in Germany.
There is no date printed on the release but this version was most probably released in the late 1960s.
- Dark maroon labels with yellow logo and silver text
- "Made in Germany by Deutsche Grammophon Hamburg" in rim text
- "ST 33" in two overlapping rings
- Single sleeve, laminated on front only
- Sleeve notes in English only on back
- "Stereo also playable mono"
- "Recorded by Polskie Nagrania, Warsaw"
- "Manufactured in Great Britain by Polydor Records Ltd., London"
- "Printed and made by Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd., London, W.11. Patent pending"
- Sub tracks in track A4 are not banded on vinyl
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): 89646 A Made in Germany 5 ℗ 1967 I M6 ◇W
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): 89646 B 5 ℗ 1967 M6 ◇W I
- Other (Public domain declaration on labels): D. P.
- Recorded By – Polskie Nagrania
- Mastered At – Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft Pressing Plant
- Printed By – Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd.
- Made By – Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd.
- Made By – Deutsche Grammophon
- Manufactured By – Polydor Records Ltd.
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