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post #31 of 37
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Eclassical.com's Christmas sale will be back this year, with one 24-bit album on 50% discount each day from 1-24 December. From late December there should also be some "virtual box sets", which should be interesting. :)

 

Thanks for the update! Feel free to update as the deals start :)

post #32 of 37

The Christmas sale has now started: http://www.eclassical.com/pages/classical-advent-calendar.html . Two contrasting albums on day 1: one disc of Piazzolla, which I haven't heard yet, and 'La Spagna', a wonderful recording which I already have: it follows one theme used by various composers over several centuries.
 

post #33 of 37

Russian day at the eclassical advent sale: Mark Wigglesworth conducting Shostakovich's 9th and 12th symphonies (not his finest), and Julia Fischer playing Khachaturian, Prokofiev and Glazunov Violin Concertos.

post #34 of 37

A couple of notables: Hyperion are offering Angelika Kirchschlager's Liszt disc for a low price (£5.60 -- http://www.hyperion-records.co.uk/dc.asp?dc=D_CDA67934%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20&vw=dc), while on February 1 (Swedish time?) only, the Minnesota Orchestra's BIS recordings (basically their Beethoven cycle with Vanska) will be half price on eclassical.

post #35 of 37

If you feel you deserve an Easter present: the Bach Passions, Oratorios and B-minor Mass from the Bach Collegium Japan for $40.

post #36 of 37
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If you feel you deserve an Easter present: the Bach Passions, Oratorios and B-minor Mass from the Bach Collegium Japan for $40.

 

Bach Collegium is awesome. 

post #37 of 37

Annual reminder: the eclassical Christmas promotion runs from now until Christmas: http://www.eclassical.com/pages/christmas2013.html . 50% discounts daily on BIS and another label: this year, Harmonia Mundi. The first BIS offering is another from the BCJ cantata series, and Suzuki also supplies today's daily deal (Goldberg variations).

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