Classical music fans like me are living in a golden age. More recordings are available than ever, and it’s much easier to buy CDs and downloads than in the past. Classical recordings are extremely affordable on CD: you can buy big box sets of music by your favorite composers or performers for a buck or two per disk. And, with streaming services, you have access to an immense library of music that you can listen to at any time.
I recently made some suggestions about how you can manage a classical music library in iTunes. Apple Music, however, can be even more of a challenge for listening to classical music. This isn’t surprising; the music streaming model is designed around the “song” rather than multi-movement works, such as symphonies and sonatas. Here are a few tips to help you listen to classical music more efficiently.
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