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John Gibbons holds a Ph.D. in music composition from the University of Chicago. He teaches music appreciation classes at the Universality of Chicago’s Graham School and at Newberry Library. He also offers private piano lessons in the Chicago area.

Bonnie Gibbons is a web site developer and SEO with a background in classical music. She might be persuaded to teach a few cello lessons in the Chicago area.

Boston Symphony Offers Digital Music

Today the BSO became the latest musical institution to put historical performances online.

Starting with two pages of “broadcast archives” and other compilations, the initial digital library centers on a 12-album series dedicated BSO conductors from Koussevitsky to Ozawa, plus several prominent guest conductors.

Music is available in two quality levels (i.e. mp3 file sizes) and can be purchased by the album ($8.99 each), work, or track.

Browse the BSO Didital Music Catalog.

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