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  1. eClassical just announced lower prices on Naxos label recordings on their website. Here is the email I received below. Dear friends, we have been working with the people at Naxos for a long time and we sure like them a lot. Now we've been talking with them about our prices and after long talks (well...) we have reduced the prices on all our Naxos albums. Prices are down with almost 50%. You can find all their albums here: Naxos albums at eClassical We won't sit still. We make it happen!
  2. Naxos has launched an HD streaming and download service using the Orastream compression app. Naxos already has streaming as naxosmusiclibrary.com and downloads as classicsonline.com which cover all releases under the Naxos label as well as many independent labels. So far the music on the HD service is limited. My system does not allow me to properly judge the sound, though it does seem very good. A few dropouts which might be teething troubles. Does anyone have an experience with this service?