BTopenworld has launched an online classical music subscription service. For £7.99 a month subscribers can access the searchable BTopenworld Classical catalogue of 6,000 tracks for unlimited listening, and can download 10 tracks of their choice from the catalogue each month.
Downloaded tracks can be burnt onto a CD or transferred to a MP3 player. Customers will also be able to create and buy custom CDs created from tracks in the catalogue.
The service includes a beginner's guide to classical music, and a reference section featuring composer biographies, classical news and discussion forums.
The library of tracks is organised into play lists arranged by composer, instrument, mood categories such as The Relaxing Way to End Your Day and music genres such as Quality Quartets.
BTopenworld is offering a free five-day trial with five downloads and unlimited listening.
Customers subscribing before the end of February will be offered a free custom CD featuring their choice of music from the catalogue as well as an extra 10 downloads in the first month.
The service can be found at www.btopenworld.com/classical
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