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    Among the most recent special bargains from jpc is this 10 CD's box of organ music (Bach, Reger, Mendelssohn and many others). I have had this box for many years, and it's definitely worth the price of 7 euro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KenOC View Post
    Time for another free album from Naxos.

    How is this done USA only? Free = Best Price

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zofia View Post
    How is this done USA only? Free = Best Price
    Worldwide. You need to sign up for the Naxos newsletter (which is sent once or twice a month).
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    Naxos download for February.
    "
    Klaus HeymannThe 2019 Academy Awards take place this month in Hollywood, on 24 February, reminding us how the silver screen has given us many golden moments of entertainment. On-screen action is greatly enhanced by the accompanying music scores, of course, many of which are newly composed and often attain a celebrity status of their own. But Oscar-winning movies also occasionally call on music from the past to capture the mood of the moment. This month, then, we would like to offer you a choice of three discs with music by Rachmaninov, J. S. Bach and Mozart that has featured in major films that went on to receive the Oscar for Best Picture.
    – Klaus Heymann"

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    My note:
    A great thing about these freebies is you can listen to the tracks before you choose. For this offering I found the Rachmaninov and the Bach to be simply OK. The Magic Flute is not my stick, I listened to most but have never much cared for the work.
    I venture that none of these will rival favorite recordings but hey the price is right and they are far from bad.

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    The Leonard Symphony Orchestra!
    CD Sound Is All You Need: http://xiph.org/~xiphmont/demo/neil-young.html
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    AES Damn Lies Seminar: http://youtu.be/Zvireu2SGZM

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    That Chen Pi-Hsien Goldberg Variations is the one lifted for the Joyce Hatto scam. Good choice, as I like it quite a lot.
    Hours of unrecorded, unpublished and unknown Beethoven works at The Unheard Beethoven

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    Posted before by someone but worth repeating:
    This came in a Handel Big Box download from Amazon and it is very good.
    276 tracks and six oratorios for 99 cents: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KICWEN6/
    Last edited by Fritz Kobus; Feb-09-2019 at 17:29.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz Kobus View Post
    Posted before by someone but worth repeating:
    This came in a Handel Big Box download from Amazon and it is very good.
    276 tracks and six oratorios for 99 cents: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KICWEN6/
    Worth it alone for the Jephtha Oratorio with the English Chamber Orchestra, the last work Handel wrote before unfortunately going blind but perhaps one of his best.
    Last edited by Larkenfield; Feb-10-2019 at 00:10.
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    Those who can buy from Amazon UK. Check out the seller Protagonista UK and their products. They have sales in Memories and Weitblick CDs, often rare and expensive. Plenty of Mahler, Beethoven, Mozart, Herbert Kegel, Takashi Asahina...

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