According to Fortuna, classical music sales account for fewer than five per cent of physical media sales, but make up nearly 12 per cent of digital sales.
The partnership's Cornerstone Collection bundles nearly 5,000 works from the dawn of the Renaissance to the first decades of the 20th century.
Chad Frisque, director of sales and marketing at Fortuna, said: "Selling classical music in packages is not a new concept. What makes the Cornerstone Collection unique, other than its sheer size, is that the library will only be sold digitally."
The music comes with high-resolution scans of the original CD booklets and liner notes preloaded on Fortuna's high-fidelity Maestro home theatre device.
Maestro incorporates a hard drive and CD player in a device that can be fitted into any home theatre system.
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