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Looks like the Boston Symphony has joined the electronic age. Just this month, they launched a new music download service. Pretty good timing for me, I just recently got an album of Chopin's Nocturnes (he's one of my favorite piano composers, him and Rachmaninoff) and was looking to pick up some more classical music - I can't be listening to Britney Spears' new album all the time.....

As of December 1, the new download service will offer a selection of historic BSO, Pops, Chamber Players, and Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra recordings.

The BSO is the first orchestra to offer downloads in HD Surround, sound which uses multichannel audio to enrich the listener’s experience and reveal audio details never before heard in traditional MP3 format downloads. Only select albums will be available in this format. Patrons can purchase music as individual tracks, full albums, or as complete multi-movement works.

I think if I were to choose what to get first, I'd go with the the collections that were conducted by Seiji Ozawa - I never the chance got to see him live.

Click (here) to start your music shopping.

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