Deutsche Grammophon curates classical music in Apple Music

Friends of Deutsche Grammophon and classical music can look forward to a new area in Apple Music.

On Friday, a section of Apple Music was introduced, curated by Deutsche Grammophon. The music label has existed since 1898 – just since a time when music playback systems were still gramophones. The music experience gathered over time is now made available to the inclined listener at Apple Musik with selected pieces.

In addition to well-known audio recordings by Mozart, Beethoven and Bach, there are also three visual albums for opera lovers. Among them Charles-François Gounod’s Romeo and Juliet, which was performed in Salzburg in 2008. La Bohème by Puccini is also available as a visual album.

Apple promises that Deutsche Grammophon will regularly update its content. For fans of classic music, the new offer should be a fantastic treasure trove. You can find the music and playlists here.

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