A sign of the Grimes


£14.99 ($30) for the new recording of Benjamin Britten's Peter Grimes conducted by the delight of the classical music industry is a fantastic bargain. But £14.99 ($30) for the same musician's acclaimed accounts of Peter Grimes and Verdi's Falstaff on 5 CDs? As the credit crunches that really is a sign of the Grimes.

More a cava moment than a champagne moment?
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Pliable said…
I can better the LSO Live offer.

Today I ordered Brilliant Classic's newly recorded and just released 7 CD set of Purcell's complete chamber music for £17.10 delivered to the UK from the States.

http://music.brilliantclassics.com/epages/joan.storefront/488e234a00461466271ed5d385f40689/Product/View/93647

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