06 August 2009

Expanding a music library?

If you sign up at emusic.com right now, you can get a two-week trial with 50 downloads for free.

I have not been impressed with their selection of other music, but they have a GREAT basic classical music library. If you are looking to expand your classical music stores (see some of my suggestions here) this can be a great resource.

BEWARE, though -- once the 14-day trial is completed, your credit card will be automatically charged for the next month AND you will lose your 50 downloads, if you have not used them. Don't ask me how I know this. :(

But if you are smart and can use a calendar and have a decent internet connection and can download quickly, I'd highly recommend it!


Marlaine said...

What I have enjoyed the most from my emusic account are the instrumental tunes by The Vitamin String Quartet. I love the songs from their tribute albums to James Taylor, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Elton John, & The Eagles. My kids get a kick out of the Queen Tribute album, and my husband enjoys the Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute album. Fun stuff indeed!

April said...

Those are all good ones! I hadn't thought about the Vitamin String Quartet. I think I heard them on NPR a few years ago. Great recommendation.