Classical Corner 141 Works of Chopin for only 99 cents!

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  1. George P

    George P Alive In The Superunknown Thread Starter

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  2. Thurenity

    Thurenity Listening to some tunes

    And I just happen to have a $1 MP3 promotion code. It's....fate.

    Thanks for the heads up!
     
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  3. coopmv

    coopmv Newton 1/30/2001 - 8/31/2011

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  4. lee59

    lee59 Forum Resident

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    Sweet!
     
  5. dkmonroe

    dkmonroe A completely self-taught idiot

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    Thanks! I got it and am enjoying it immensely!
     
  6. HiredGoon

    HiredGoon Forum Resident

    Thanks for the tip. I already have an 11CD Chopin box by Rubinstein, but this set may prove interesting, and the price is agreeable.

    There are other cheap classical MP3 sets on Amazon, typically named Big Bach Box and Big Mahler Box, etc.

    --Geoff
     
  7. lpfreak1170

    lpfreak1170 Forum Resident

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    Nice to be able to expand my meager knowledge of classical music so cheaply. Thanks for the heads up!
     
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  8. Derek Gee

    Derek Gee Well-Known Member

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  9. JL6161

    JL6161 Forum Resident

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    Well hell, who can't use another version of Chopin's monster hits, for less than a candy bar? If they were FLAC, I might even pay TWO dollars.
     
  10. JL6161

    JL6161 Forum Resident

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    Wow, yeah, the rest of the Bach Guild's Big Box o' _________ series is practically free as well. Go fer baroque!
     
  11. OldSoul

    OldSoul Forum Resident

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    These sets are great. I have the Big Beethoven Box and a Debussy box.
     
  12. JamieC

    JamieC Forum Resident

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    Thank you! 11 hours of Chopin, including my favorite Polanaises. I actually had a credit that covered it so it cost me nothing. One tip: I had to add an extra "0" to the first 99 track numbers because otherwise they loaded out of order(the price of over 100 tracks), a small thing. Burned an MP3 CD-R of 2/3 of the set last night and slept like a baby with it.
    Again TY!!!!
     
  13. George P

    George P Alive In The Superunknown Thread Starter

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    My pleasure!
     
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