Would these compilations work for a composer study?

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  • Amazon recently released a bunch of 100 classic music downloads for various artists for only $1.99. They are called “100 Supreme Classical Masterpieces: Rise of the Masters”. They have an album for Vivaldi, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin (this one is $0.99), Schubert, Brahm, Tchaikovsky and some others. Would these work for composer studies? I am trying to put one together but am a bit lost. Thanks for your help!


    Absolutely!  I’m downloading Chopin right now.  Thanks for the heads up!   What you want for composer study is a variety of that composer’s works to listen to on and off throughout the weeks that you focus him.  These will be perfect.  I have some CD boxed sets in my lending library, but I like having them on my iPod as well.  Makes it easy to plug into my van sound system.


    Wow. Thanks for posting about these. I downloaded several of them and it looks like they have complete concertos, sonatas, etc instead of just exerpts of a single movement the way most “best of such and such composer” CDs as well! That “only one movement of the concerto” thing is one of my pet peeves about these kind of CDs, so I was very pleased to see these at such a good price.



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