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by The Ovi Team
2013-07-02 10:14:05
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Classic music is one so huge subject that it is difficult to fit even in an internet site. So for this month Ovi chooses sites and blogs that talk about classic music.

Site of the month: Classics Today

ClassicsToday.com is the world’s first and only classical music DAILY. Taking advantage of the latest electronic publishing technology, ClassicsToday.com is proud to offer what the audience for classical music has long been waiting for: comprehensive review coverage of new recordings that’s both accurate and completely up-to-date.

Unlike conventional magazines, with their limited space and huge lead-times between release dates and review publication, ClassicsToday.com updates its news and reviews each day. There’s no waiting for months and months to see if a recording by your favorite artist or composer will ever get reviewed. Our staff of internationally respected critics and music journalists is constantly at work, listening to and writing about each month’s new releases.

We hope that you’ll take the time to browse around our site and get to know us. ClassicsToday.com prides itself on offering trenchant reviews backed by a clear, 1-10 rating system of both performance and sound. In addition to the new reviews posted each day, we also highlight a select group of the month’s best recordings: those that receive our 10/10 rating, as well as a specially selected Disc of the Month. Special feature articles include coverage of major reissues, artist interviews, comparative discographies, and thoughtful essays about recordings of special merit.

Whether you’re a confirmed classical music record junkie, or just beginning your discovery of this vast musical legacy, ClassicsToday.com offers you the maximum amount of useful and reliable information in the clearest, most concise format possible. We’re here to help you make sense out of the often bewildering variety of classical music recordings, and our goal is simple: to help you locate and acquire the music you enjoy. The world of classical music is a wonderful place, full of beauty, emotion, drama, excitement and surprises. Join us, and let’s explore it together!



For more interesting links check, HERE!   

Bog of the month: Alex Ross

Alex Ross has been the music critic of The New Yorker since 1996. His first book, The Rest Is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century, won a National Book Critics Circle Award and the Guardian First Book Award, and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. He has also published an essay collection, Listen to This. Ross has received an Arts and Letters Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Belmont Prize in Germany, and a MacArthur Fellowship. A native of Washington DC, he lives in Manhattan and is married to the filmmaker Jonathan Lisecki.



For more interesting Blogs check, HERE!   

Site: Gramophone magazine

Gramophone’s site could never miss from this tribute, after all Gramophone has become part of recorded classic music history.



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Photo of the month: A moment of music in the pavement

By Roland Helerand

More works from Roland Helerand you can find HERE & HERE!



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