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    Baroque Music Library

    Found this site while browsing, I've downloaded some CDs from there, price is good , only a limited selection, but many of the items I've not seen elsewhere

    http://www.baroquemusiclibrary.com/

    The CDs I downloaded were mainly Bach harpsichord music, looking back at the site this morning I "started at the beginning", I particularly liked the sound samples of the allegros on this CD

    http://www.baroquemusiclibrary.com/01Web.html

    Methinks it will be my next purchase!

    If you want a 2 CD "taster" then try this

    http://www.baroquemusiclibrary.com/5012Web.html

    They work a little differently to Amazon or other download sites that I've used, you choose the CD(s) you want, pay and they open a page with links to each track, they also send you an email with the links to each track from the various CDs you order, you just click the link, Windows usually then asks if you want to play the track or save it, select save!! Enter the folder on your PC you want to download to and sit back while it downloads.

    I have no connection with this site other than as a satisfied customer.
    Last edited by Dorsetmike; Jan-22-2010 at 21:33.
    Cheers MIKE.

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    Wonderful source link, Mike
    ... and the prices are very reasonable .

    Thanks for sharing these with us.
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    Great resource here! Thanks Mike! I have been perusing this site for sometime now~really like the image of the library on their home page. wish I had a library like that
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    Just a quick update, I'm downloading some more, the links come up direct after paying, they also send an email list of links.

    I ordered

    BMC1, 6 John Stanley concertos, 3 organ 3 harpsichord

    BMC3 Recital on the Hinsz organ of 1738 in the Broederkerk, Kampen NL

    BMC4 Baroque concert, Vivaldi, Torelli, Geminiani, Corelli and Handel, concertos (or is it concerti?)

    BMC6 William Croft 3 Sonatas for violin and continuo, wiliam Boyce, 3 Symphonies and 3 trio sonatas
    Last edited by Dorsetmike; Jan-22-2010 at 21:48.
    Cheers MIKE.

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    That is a good site, thank you for sharing Mike. I shall enjoy browsing around it.


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