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Editorial Reviews The Music/Background: As Jarrett said in 1991, "When I first saw these pieces in a music shop, I knew I wanted to play them. I recognised the language. But when I started playing them, they were so close to me that I knew I had to record them." He began including Shostakovich pieces in his recitals in 1985, alongside works by Beethoven, Scarlatti and Bach, and his Shostakovich recording followed his acclaimed account of the two books of The Well-Tempered Clavier. There was a musical-historical logic to the choice, as well: it had been a performance of Bach's "48" at a piano competition in Lepizig in 1950 that inspired Shostakovich to write his own cycle of preludes and fugues. "It didn't feel like I was playing someone else's music," said Jarrett of his first encounter with the Op 87. "[The pieces] are coming from some strange quirky place that I'm familiar with. They're not pianistic' in the traditional way..." Wilfred Mellers sums up the merits of Opus 87 in the liner notes: "If there is a single work among his large output that assures us that Shostakovich is among the great composers nurtured by our bruised and battered century, this collection of Preludes and Fugues is it. One might go so far as to say that it places him among the supreme composers in any phase of Europe's history. Listen and you will hear." Press reactions: "With this recording, Mr Jarrett has finally staked an indisputable claim to distinction in the realm of classical music. Even in our multicultural, multistylistic age, it is still extremely difficult to cross over from one field to another. Mr Jarrett, having long since established himself in jazz, can now be called a classical pianist of the first rank." - New York Times "The Shostakovich is, quite simply, one of the touchstones of the keyboard literature, and the value of Jarrett's committed advocacy of this piece cannot be overestimated. He really has done an outstanding job: listening to him is simply a joy our writers and editors are never made aware of or influenced by which companies have affiliate relationships with our business team. Dmitri Shostakovich: 24 Preludes Fugues, op. 87 Price Sale Department 1J0937550B, Black Battery Fuse Box, Fuse Holder, Car Parts Auto Online Shop Collection This is one of the master works of the 20th century. Get the score if you can afford it.Don't even think about listening to this music while doing something else! You'll be wasting your time.This is one of my all time favorite recordings. Yes, Jarrett adds a certain jazzy sensibility. But mostly he gives the notes. Apparently, very few pianists can do that.A favorite recording. It stands amongst the greatest and I have several including all three of Tatiana Nikolayeva. Very fresh and full of insight into a masterwork for the piano by Shostakovich.This is my one of my favorite CDs of all time. I also have the Nikolaeva version, but I like this one better. I have bought it three times: once for me, once as a gift, and once to listen to in the car. I don't know what to say about some of the recent reviewers who pan it. I don't think they listened to the same CD as I did (or as many times as I have, i.e. hundreds). I bought it first in 1992 (I don't think the release date shown as 2000 is accurate).This is the first Shostakovich recording I ever bought, and since then I have become a big fan of Shostakovich, particularly his string quartets.I think it is a shame that not many modern composers have gone through the 24 major and minor keys, and have written prelude-and-fugue pairs on them, the way Bach did, and Shostakovich after Bach.Update, Feb 2013 - I just bought it a fourth time (as MP3s). I reviewed this originally in 2003. This is still one of my favorite records of all time.Nikolaieva, Richter, Shostakovich himself among others have left us fine recordings of this masterpiece -- or should I say performances on record, since the recorded sound is variable across the board.I've heard the above -- and others -- and I prefer Jarrett. There is something priceless about the way he discoverd this music for himself and knew he must make it his own. His recording is utterly beautiful, strong, clear and articulate, and proof that the notes on the page reach beyond the specific environment of Soviet Russia, that this is, above all, music to touch both heart and mind, for all the world to hear. Extremely well thought out but not as intense as Tatyana Nikolayeva. This is a little known but absolutely fantastic piece. Should be played more. Jarrett brings his popular ear to his playing. Very different from the "iconic" recording but equally moving. I've had this album for many years and really like it. My favorite piece is #7 on the first cd. This music is very different from Shostakovich's symphonies, being much less bombastic.Jarrett's unique genius is jolly evident whether playing classical or jazz; clean and subtle. Ranking TOP4 CDs Vinyl => Classical => Forms Genres 1J0937550B, Black Battery Fuse Box, Fuse Holder, Car Parts Auto

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Price Sale Department 1J0937550B, Black Battery Fuse Box, Fuse Holder, Car Parts Auto Online Shop Collection

Price Sale Department 1J0937550B, Black Battery Fuse Box, Fuse Holder, Car Parts Auto Online Shop Collection

Product description

Features:
100% brand new aftermarket Battery Fuse Holder with premium quality.
According to original factory specifications, directly replace your broken one.
Made of robust plastic housing and premium electronic components, high reliability.
The replacing OE numbers for reference are 1J0937550A and 1J0937550B. 
Fit for Bora MK4 1999‑2004.

Specifications:
Condition: 100% brand new
Material: plastic, electronic components
Color: black
Length: 11.5cm / 4.5in
Width: 9.5cm / 3.7in
Thickness: 3.5cm / 1.4in
Tube Length: 15cm / 5.9in
Replacing OE Number: 1J0937550A, 1J0937550B
Quantity: 1pc
Package Weight: approx.312g
Fitment: 
For Bora MK4 1999-2004

Package List:
1 x Battery Fuse Holder

Notes:
1. This is a high quality aftermarket product but not genuine.
2. Please kindly confirm the fitment and replacing OE number before ordering to make sure this item is perfectly fit.
3. It is easy to install, but professional installation is always recommended.


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