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    Music Sources

    We all know about Amazon and e-bay but how about listing the sources you buy your music from whatever the format. I had not heard of Spotify until I joined this forum.
    A good source for CDs from the 40s through to the 80s is www.MagpiDirect.com. A good website with search facilities for artist or album names as well as types of music. Where possible they list all the artists and tracks on the album. i have been using them for over 20 years. A good reliable company.
    What else is out there?

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    a few: Sheetmusicplus.com , IMSLP.org , BMG music services for cd's ( very cheap prices... 6.99 area USD)
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    Amazon have some good deals for jazz lovers at the moment, both CDs and downloads.

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    CDs, DVDs and some cassettes often cheap "end of line" and special offers

    http://www.selections.com/music/

    Baroque CD downloads, $5.95 each

    http://www.baroquemusiclibrary.com/index.html

    Free sheet music, also some MP3, MIDI, Finalé, Sibelius , Capella and other file formats

    http://icking-music-archive.org/index.php

    And a free set of applications including downloading Youtube or converting Youtube to MP3 downlaods.

    http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/
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