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    Default Old Program from Crescendo with Loyd Loar spotlight

    Ending soon. I might get it for 24.00.. https://www.ebay.com/itm/rare-August...AAAOSwmFVd-Qh2
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    Default Re: Old Program from Crescendo with Loyd Loar spotlight

    That's an incredible piece of Loar history. Worth having! BTW, I would love to hear a recording of Lloyd. Are there any out there?
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    Default Re: Old Program from Crescendo with Loyd Loar spotlight

    The original auction had ended with no bids, and the publication has been relisted: https://www.ebay.ca/itm/312990149104...m=312990149104

    What's going on here, where have all the MC worshipers of L.Loar gone ?

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    Default Re: Old Program from Crescendo with Loyd Loar spotlight

    Well you may want to own the original but I believe that this site at University of Rochester has many issues of the Crescendo scanned for free download. I have that issue downloaded. It is the second one on the page I linked to above. The Loar article is on page 9 of the pdf.
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