Classical Sector Adapts To Web

Bambarger, Bradley
September 2000
Billboard;09/09/2000, Vol. 112 Issue 37, p5
Trade Publication
Offers various news briefs related to classical music, as of September 9, 2000. Promotion of classical music via the Internet; Development of classical- and jazz-related Web sites by the Global Music Network; Limitations for downloading music from the Internet, especially long symphonies by Beethoven or Mahler; Others.


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