Posted by John Dalziel on Friday, April 1, 2011,
The New York Philharmonic is putting its archives online, which could be a great resource for practitioners and learners of music history; when the audio and video elements come online, the archives will become a great resource for music appreciation as well.
It is early days and the entire collection is not yet digitized and online, however I'm assured that there is a lot of good resources available already. Visit the New York Philharmonic archives today you will find...
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