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23 Aug 2007

Naxos Now on MusicGiants; PentaTone to Come

goldcleft.pngBy Mark Berry [The Naxos Blog, 23 August 2007]

MusicGiants–which offers high-quality, WMA-format lossless downloads–is now selling the Naxos catalogue . The online music store will also carry PentaTone, the Dutch-based label distributed by Naxos of America that releases the majority of its recordings as SACDs, as part of its collection of so-called Super HD downloads in 5.1 (”surround”) sound. Both Naxos and PentaTone will be available DRM-free.

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