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Classical Notes

Keeping out-of-print CDs in circulation

By David Weininger
Globe Correspondent / August 31, 2007

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Ask any classical music enthusiast about a favorite piece, and sooner or later she'll start ticking off her favorite recordings thereof. This sort of semi-obsessive cataloging is part of the genre's lingua franca. Yet especially during the CD era it's become increasingly difficult to access the full richness of classical recording history. Major labels have become notorious for releasing a ... (Full article: 927 words)

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