Primephonic launches hi-res classical-music streaming service
Posted on: 14 juin 2017, by : Stuart Dredge
The latest company to launch a streaming service for classical music is Primephonic, building on the growth of its existing downloads store.
Primephonic’s streaming service launches today in the UK and US, with a catalogue of more than 100k tracks, and licensing deals with Warner Classics and Sony Classical that will swell that total in the coming months.
Classical labels Naxos, Harmonia Mundi, Chandos, Bis, and 2L also have music on the service, which will stream CD-quality audio – 16-bit FLAC files to be specific.
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