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    Ancient Fire Breather Retread's Avatar
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    for $1.29 - I got it. Don't know when it expires.
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    I'm waiting for fedex to bring the mp3 player I ordered so this is right on time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retread View Post
    I got it
    You get to download the songs to your PC or not?
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    Dang... I took piano lessons in my youth, which started my love for classical music. Sadly, I haven't listened to it often enough since graduating high school. I vow that this will change NOW.

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    Great find! They are downloading into PC now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JB View Post
    You get to download the songs to your PC or not?
    All 305. It took most of the night. I bought the collection, installed the free loader, started the op and went to bed.
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    That's a lot of music.

    I'm a big fan of Vivaldi and Bach, having played violin for many years when I was young. Students play a lot of works by both of them, because their music is fairly easy to play well, with some work. I don't like all Baroque music, though.


    I personally prefer Romantic music from the late 1800s-Dvorak, Tchaikowsky, Mendohlsson and the like. Big, full, symphonic music.
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