• "What is the future of classical music recordings?"

    From gggg gggg@21:1/5 to All on Mon May 1 22:41:30 2023
    According to the Chatbot BARD:

    The future of classical music recordings is uncertain. The industry has been in decline for decades, as sales of physical media have plummeted and audiences have shrunk. However, there are some reasons to be optimistic.

    First, classical music is becoming more accessible thanks to technology. Streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music make it easy to listen to classical music on demand, and they offer a wide variety of recordings to choose from. This has made
    classical music more accessible to a wider audience, including young people who might not have otherwise been exposed to it.

    Second, there is a growing interest in classical music education. More and more schools are offering classical music programs, and there is a growing number of online resources that can help people learn about classical music. This is helping to create a
    new generation of classical music fans.

    Finally, there are a number of innovative artists who are pushing the boundaries of classical music. These artists are using new technologies and new approaches to create music that is both exciting and accessible. This is helping to keep classical music
    fresh and relevant in the 21st century.

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