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Monday, September 21, 2009

Classical Archives Showcases Latest Releases

620,000 Tracks and Counting…

-- Largest Classical Online Classical Music Destination Expands Its Catalogue --

Palo Alto, CA -- Classical Archives (www.classicalarchives.com), the ultimate classical music destination, is showcasing some hot new releases that make the fall a classical music lover's dream come true. In addition to new releases featuring artists such as Murray Perahia, Renee Fleming, and Jean-Bernard Pommier, Classical Archive's featured artist is Vladimir Horowitz. The site, which offers more than 620,000 digital tracks, 7,800 composers, and 27,000 artists, is dedicated to being the ultimate online resource and archive for the world's great classical recordings. Recent releases include:


Bach: Partitas Nos. 1,...
Murray Perahia, Sony Classical
CDs: 1 Tracks: 20


Verismo
Giuseppe Verdi Symphony Orchestra of Milan, Renée Fleming
Decca
CDs: 1 Tracks: 17

Debussy: Pour Le Piano...
Jean-Bernard Pommier
CDs: 1 Tracks: 17

Michael Daugherty: Fir...
Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Neeme Järvi

Naxos
CDs: 1 Tracks: 7

About Classical Archives

Classical Archives (www.classicalarchives.com), the ultimate classical music destination, is the largest digital music subscription service dedicated to classical music. The site offers more than 620,000 tracks, 7,800 composers, and 27,000 artists representing more than 110 record labels. It also features a breakthrough in site navigation that allows users to search and cross-reference by any relevant criteria: composer, work title, artist, albums, historical period, instrument, genre, and many others that make finding and comparing the best classical recordings easier than it has ever been. Classical Archives offers unique membership opportunities that allow users to take advantage of its vast resources easily and affordably. Fees are $9.95/month or $99.50/year. Benefits include the ability to listen to music from the entire site (complete tracks or full works); a 10% discount on all downloads (which are yours to keep for life!); and the first two weeks as a free trial of the service. Subscribers also benefit from the play list capabilities to store their favorite pieces in a single list, for one-click access, which they may share with anyone.

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