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String Quartets On the Web?

August 2nd, 2010 08:32 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

rueger writes “Lots of people love iTunes. I’m partial to emusic.com. Ubuntu comes pre-equipped for Jamendo and Magnatune. These are great for those of us hunting popular music — but where do lovers of classical music go to find new artists and albums, download music, and generally keep informed, up to date, and satisfied? As my girlfriend put it, ‘I used to go the the big classical record stores downtown, but they’re gone.’ Where do people go to find the newest Ligeti String Quartet recording?”

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