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Week’s fastest-selling US classical album is from Latvia

02.07.2013 | artJournalBlog
Bursting into the Nielsen sales charts this week at number two is an Ondine recording of Rachmaninov’s All-Night Vigil, sung by the Latvian Radio Choir. It sold 815 copies – 730 CDs, 85 downloads – outdone only by Decca’s Benedictine monks with 2,060.
Third in the charts was Cecilia Bartoli’s Norma.
Bursting into the Nielsen sales charts this week at number two is an Ondine recording of Rachmaninov’s All-Night Vigil, sung by the Latvian Radio Choir. It sold 815 copies – 730 CDs, 85 downloads – outdone only by Decca’s Benedictine monks with 2,060.
Third in the charts was Cecilia Bartoli’s Norma.

Source: artJournalBlog – Slipped disk

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