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Next month I will be attending one of the subscription concerts performed by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. My free time is frankly, very limited, but I still find it so very important to attend live music whenever possible. There are … Continue reading
The symphonies of Ludwig van Beethoven are perhaps the most often recorded body of music in the history of sound. A quick search on Amazon reveals over 2,000 different items for purchase, on all sorts of media, analog and digital. … Continue reading