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BSO launches its own music download service

Four albums of music created under the baton of BSO music director James Levine will be available in February. Four albums of music created under the baton of BSO music director James Levine will be available in February. (Michael J. Lutch)
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / December 2, 2008

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After waiting on the sidelines as other orchestras leapt online, the Boston Symphony Orchestra launched a download service yesterday that will allow customers to buy new and historical recordings through the organization's website, www.bso.org. (Full article: 712 words)

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