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Free Beethoven and Mozart Recordings via Podcast

By Chris V. Thangham     Jan 5, 2007 in Entertainment
Download Free Beethoven and Mozart Recordings from Open Culture and Wikipedia.
Courtesy of Deutsche Welle, the German international broadcasting service, you can fill your iPod at no cost with some exceptional classical music. We'd particularly encourage you to focus on two podcasts. First, Beethovenfest (iTunes Feed Web Site), which lets users download "Beethoven's most famous symphonies performed by excellent young orchestras." Next, Classical Masterpieces (iTunes Feed Web Site), which gives you free access to symphonies by Mozart, Strauss, Schumann, Brahms, and Bruckner, each presented by conductor Kent Nagano and the internationally known DSO Berlin.
Get free Beethoven and Mozart recordings from Open Culture Site, which has a number of Podcasts (.mp3 files) you can download either to your Ipod or other Mp3 players. They also have a number of audio books and audio language lessons, you can check it out. You will need an iTunes Player (which is free and available at Apple site). You can also listen in your Desktop while you browse the web. For more Musical recording, go to Wikipedia, they have a number of musical composers whose music are available for free download (it has .ogg extension). You can play these .ogg files in Windows Media Player. If any user knows how to convert an .ogg file to .mp3 file for other users, please leave a comment.
I downloaded the podcasting of Beethoven recordings from Open Culture, it works great, nice quality. Enjoy.
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