[Japan Post] Resumption and temporary suspension of acceptance, delivery delays of mail items destined to various countries/territories (Updated on June 30)
Our acceptance of various international mail items has been temporarily suspended due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Meanwhile, we will resume acceptance of mail items as noted below from July 1.
For details on the countries and territories to which acceptance of mail is still temporarily suspended as of July 1, please see the appendix below (PDF).
▶appendix (As of July 1, 2020) (PDF file)
We continue to temporarily suspend acceptance of mail items destined to these countries and territories because their postal operators are still not accepting inbound postal items and/or our transportation performance remains significantly reduced due to reduction of flights from/to Japan.
Meanwhile, although dispatch of United States-bound items that have already been accepted will be completed soon, we continue to temporarily suspend acceptance of various mail items to the United States because we are unable to make any prospect for securing sufficient transportation capability for the time being.
In addition, because of the global reduction of flights, considerable delivery delays are expected for accepted outbound mail items.
We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. It would be appreciated if you would kindly understand this situation in advance.
BRAHMS: CONCERTO IN D MAJOR FOR VIOLIN AND ORCHESTRA OP.77 SZIGETI (BD-ROM) / ブラームス：ヴァイオリン協奏曲（DSD11.2MHzデータ収録BD-ROM） [SSHRB-013]
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Note for playing back digital file.
*All of music pieces are stored in the form of DSD (dsf) files. Video content is not included.
*Before playing back, copy the music data to PC, USB hard disc drive or NAS. Because a Blu-ray ROM is used as a playback medium, a Blu-ray disc drive is required to read and copy the music data.
*To enjoy its prime sound quality, a digital-to-analog converter or the like, which supports each music data's sampling rate and bit rate, is required.
*The discs cannot be read or played on conventional Blu-ray disc players.
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Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
ヴァイオリン協奏曲 ニ長調 作品77
Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77
1. 第1楽章：Allgro non troppo [22:50]
2. 第2楽章：Adagio [9:55]
3. 第3楽章：Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace - Poco piu presto [8:15]
Joseph Szigeti, Violin
London Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Herbert Menges
Recording: Watford Town Hall, outside London, 26-28 June 1959
Basic Recording Setup: Wilma Cozart, C. Robert Fine
Recording Director: Harold Lawrence
Engineer: Robert Eberenz
|1.||第1楽章：Allgro non troppo||[22:50]||[3.87GB]|
|3.||第3楽章：Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace - Poco piu presto||[8:15]||[1.4GB]|