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Classical Notes

Orchestras find producing own recordings makes sense

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / May 6, 2005

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The Philadelphia Orchestra is the latest prominent ensemble to develop a new way to produce and market recordings of its own performances, now that the old business models no longer function the way they used to. The orchestra has signed a contract with the Finnish label Ondine Records, which will release a minimum of 10 CDs over the next three ... (Full article: 382 words)

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