In 1987 a classical recording label was started in Hong Kong with the intention of producing reliable digital recordings of the classics at a price everyone could afford. A quarter of a century later, it has become the leading provider of classical music across the globe.
This fascinating story has been brought to life through an enhanced ebook edition of The Story of Naxos. It features thirty-three audio samples from the Naxos list, including Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 played by the Cologne Chamber Orchestra and an extract from the audio edition of Jane Austen’s Emma, read by Juliet Stevenson. The ehanced ebook is available to pre-order now from Amazon and iTunes.
The Story of Naxos by Nicolas Soames offers a unique insight into the workings of a classical record label. It will be published on Thursday 3rd May and will be available to buy from all good bookshops. You can also download this title as a standard ebook from all the major ebook retailers, so you can read it on your Kindle, iPad, Kobo or Sony Reader.
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