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    www.royaltyfreeclassicalmusic.co.uk launched this week is a brand new Royalty Free Classical Music Library with fresh recordings featuring the best known Classical masterpieces by all the greatest composers. Downloadable Classical compilation CDs, Full tracks and Classical Loops available as WAV files or MP3s with high quality streaming previews and fast, safe secure transactions.

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    Thank you for this valuable resource! I recently started a Royalty Free Music website and I'm looking for artists and composers to contribute- especially Classical. I have a few orchestral and symphonic pieces but I'm looking to expand. You can download all songs for free. http://www.freemusicpublicdomain.com/ or contact me through the website.

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    Are you for serious
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    Are you for serious
    Yes I'm serious. A few years ago, I heard a piano solo rendition of a few songs from the Nutcracker. I absolutely loved them and I looked for recorded versions but could not find any. I would like to add my own versions to my Royalty Free website.
    I would be willing to pay a classically trained pianist to come in for a recording session. I live in the Phoenix area. My intent is to make this music available to the public for the upcoming Christmas season.

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    Yes, I'm looking for a classical pianist (preferably in the Phoenix area) who can play solo versions of the Nutcracker. I want to record these and add them to my website in time for Christmas.

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