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Autumn in the Northern hemisphere, Spring in the southern. The seasons come and go. Vivaldi and Glazunov are two composers who were inspired by the seasons.

Vivaldi – The 4 Seasons

Glazunov – The Seasons

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Opera at eClassical

The opera is the ultimate musical dramatic work.
On eClassical you can find Aida, Rigoletto, Tosca, La Bohème and many other works, as well as famous performers like Maria Callas, Birgit Nilsson, Kirsten Flagstad, Enrico Caruso, Beniamino Gigli and Jussi Björling (celebrating the 100-year memory this year).

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This week we added another 3200 albums(!) to our store. All in FLAC and MP3 and priced per second. Check our labels here:

Interested in Early Music?
It was during the Renaissance that music developed into something that we can recognize in the compositions of today. Here we present two recordings which take you to the cradle of all classical music.

Early Italian Chamber Music

Love Bade Me Welcome Renaissance

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Hungarian/American composer Miklós Rózsa was one of the founding fathers of film music, one of the greatest film score composers of all time. He scored the music for 93 films, among them Spellbound, Quo Vadis, Ben-Hur and King of Kings. But Rózsa also composed orchestral music, many of the works with the stamp of his Hungarian background. In two albums from the label Chandos you are invited to Rózsa’s orchestral music. Both available in FLAC 24, 16 and MP3.

All our Chandos titles here:


Rozsa: Orchestral Works, Vol. 1

Rumon Gamba, Conductor.
BBC Philharmonic Orchestra.

Available in FLAC 24, 16 bit and MP3. Booklet included.

13.29 – 24.37 USD

Rozsa: Orchestral Works, Vol. 2

Jennifer Pike, violin and Paul Watkins, cello.
Rumon Gamba, Conductor.
BBC Philharmonic Orchestra.

Available in FLAC 24, 16 bit and MP3. Booklet included.

11.71 – 21.47 USD


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One of the world’s foremost violists, Maxim Rysanov, plays Schubert, Tchaikovsky and Bruch, together with the renowned Swedish Chamber Orchestra. And some of Sibelius’s most beloved works are performed by the eminent Finnish Lahti Symphony Orchestra. All on these two just released recordings on the BIS label.


And don’t miss our new 24 bit albums here:


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This week we would like to focus on two great composers one always can explore.

We are celebrating the 200th anniversary of Hungarian composer Franz Liszt, born October 22, 1811.


Dmitri Shostakovich was one of the most celebrated composers of the 20th century. Among his most famous works are his Concerto No. 1 for Piano and trumpet, his Piano Quintet Op. 57, his Symphonies No. 5 and 7 ‘Leningrad’, and his marvellous Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor. You will find these and many other works by this great composer here:


the 200th anniversary of Hungarian composer Franz Liszt

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