New record for Slipped Disc

New record for Slipped Disc


norman lebrecht

January 01, 2017

December 2016 was a record month for this site in which we broke through the 1.5 million barrier.

More than 1,522,000 readers visited www.slippedisc.con over the course of December.

2016 was also a record year, with 15.5 million readers and a much-increased advertising volume.

We have major plans for 2017 but first we’d like to thank all our readers for their attention, all our commenters for their contributions and all our partners – editorial and commercial – for their invaluable assistance.

It’s your site. We can’t succeed without you.


  • Olassus says:

    Congratulations, Norman.


  • Selpak says:

    So, who is doing the Carpentry course?

  • mario lutz says:

    good news Have a Nice 2017!!!!

  • Gustav says:

    Great! But where is that Mahler score, Norman?!?

  • Ungeheuer says:

    Congratulations and to a thriving new year!

  • anmarie says:

    Congratulations and best wishes!

    But where is dear Milka? Have I simply missed her/his/its comments, or has she/he/it been banned from this site for overuse of ‘baloney’ and other sins too preposterous to mention?

  • Herr Doktor says:

    Happy New Year, and congratulations!

  • Jeffrey Biegel says:

    Congratulations! Happy New Year! Thanks for all the informative stories! Good luck in 2017!

  • Furzwängler says:

    Congratulations, and a happy and prosperous New Year to all.

  • Drew McManus says:

    Kudos Norman!

  • Mario Denis says:

    congrats, I love this site, lots of fun.

  • DeeAnne Hunstein says:

    Bravo Norman,
    I can’t get through the day with out a dose of Slipped Disk. It renews my faith that Classical Music is alive. Reading the New York Times only confirms that is it dying on this side of the pond,


  • Marg says:

    Fantastic! I love Slipped Disk!

  • Camilla Allison says:

    I could not exist without Slipped Disc. We musicians love and need you !

  • Rudolph Tang says:

    Congratulations from SD’s Chinese correspondent!

  • Gaffney Feskoe says:

    Ad multos annis, norman. Cheers