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Author Topic: building a good library (classical music recommendations, penguin guide people)  (Read 1784 times)

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You can actually search for recommendations for a particular artist or work (!).

Some more info on what they used as reference:
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If you're building a library of classical music, it can be difficult to know which recordings will strike a chord. But now with Radio 3's help you can sit back, relax, and find out exactly what the experts think.

Our exclusive database of more than 1,000 of the finest classical performances is available online.

Radio 3's CD Review programme asks the critics to recommend the cream of the current recordings. And we've collected together their top choices during the past twenty years in this searchable database.