Of course it is. This is a selection of photos, each with a musical motif, packaged as a large (A5) deck of cards. They range from architecture to clothing and all have some sort of musical connection to them. Nice to look at but not the sharpest pictures you will ever see. Probably taken from polaroids. Similar to the Brian Eno "Oblique Stratagies" in that you could use the pictures as the inspiration for piece of music.
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Another Fantasy-based Amazon Seller Bamboozle1 July 2013
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Great example of yet another false market value as one, very confused Amazon seller sets a price at an absolutely ridiculous amount ($299) for their "Shuffle" card set, and subsequently the other sellers blindly use that price as a base for their own sales price, with approximately zero research going into the thought. Offered for sale here is a fairly common Aperture publication, readily available on that famous auction site right now for less than $75 sealed as new. So, therefore, if one wishes to patronize Amazon.com, one must pay 6 times (or more) the fair market value of the piece. Caveat Emptor, friends.
Anyway, it's a lovely set of photographs on card stock of music staff and notation-based public design applications in many contexts.