Overnight, the world’s largest catalog of classical music bears the apple stamp. Apple has announced the arrival this March of Apple Music Classical, its label for music lovers. The Apple Music Classical app is scheduled to launch on March 28, and the automatic download of the app can already be reserved on the App Store.
Apple Music Classical will offer, in addition to the largest classical music catalog in the world, with more than 5 million tracks, thousands of exclusive albums, search by composer, work, conductor and even catalog number and the possibility of finding recordings instantly concrete.
Classical Apple Music will be delivered with the highest sound quality available, up to 192 kHz/24-bit Hi-Res Lossless, and thousands of spatial audio (Dolby Atmos) recordings. The new app will offer comprehensive metadata for each piece and artist and editorial notes, complete with composer biographies and descriptions of key works.
Apple’s new service is the result of the August 2021 purchase of Primephonic, a prestigious classical music streaming service that already offered the best listening experience with search by composer and repertoire, as well as detailed classical music metadata. As with Apple Music, there will be a version of Classical for Android, although there is no release date yet.
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