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By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / December 12, 2004

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The classical record business may be beginning to find its footing again. Artists still want to record their work -- one musical website in Germany is listing up to 1,500 classical releases a month -- and music lovers still want to hear recordings. Now the issue is finding new ways to make connections between producers and public; the "record store" ... (Full article: 574 words)

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