Decca


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Decca

A radio phase-comparison system which uses a master and slave stations to establish a hyperbolic lattice and provide accurate ground position-fixing facilities.
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I saw the River below me - the River of the Arrow - and, descending, the waters of it closed over me; and behold I was again in the body of Teshoo Lama, but free from sin, and the hakim from Decca bore up my head in the waters of the River.
In signing to Decca Records, he joins a hall of fame which includes Luciano Pavarotti and Joseph Calleja, some of Trystan's singing heroes.
Congratulations to winners Mark Woodward of Kenilworth and Malcolm Jones of Exhall who both bagged themselves copies of the Decca girls compilation featuring the Coventry schoolgirl trio The Orchids.
Boss Dickon Stainer said: "We're delighted to welcome such an iconic singer back to Decca, where she started her career".
Meeting these build parameters wouldn't have been possible with just any crane," explained Mike Edgar, CEO of Decca Industries.
Katherine was originally signed to Decca for five years until she switched to Warner Music in 2009 in a reported [euro]7million deal which ended last year.
Dickon Stainer, the president of Decca Records, said of the new signing: "He's the Gareth Bale of choristers, a once-in-a-generation talent".
Decca said: "My parents are getting on in years now and it made me think that other people in the area may also have cold homes.
Decca Records, which is part of Universal, is teaming up with Cardiff-based company Boomerang+ for the first talent search of its kind.
Decca has already released two Kaufmann CDs, a somewhat disappointing recording of Schubert's Die schone Mullerin cycle (478 1528), followed by a splendid disc of Romantic Arias (475 9966).
The Decca sound is fairly robust, although it hasn't as pronounced a bass output as Tennstedt's LSO recording has; otherwise, the response is quite nicely balanced.