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The Wide World of Classical Music Online

Kronos_sigur_lg_2In the October 22 issue of the New Yorker,
the magazine's music critic Alex Ross weighs in on the internet's impact on the classical
music market
broadening its reach through fan blogs, artist sites, and online stores that offer a wider
range of records than traditional outlets can. The web
allows people
"
looking for a souvenir of Pavarotti," he
writes,
to "end up with the Kronos
Quartet
playing pieces by the Icelandic band Sigur Rós." Read the complete article at
newyorker.com.

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