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Great Now as it was then...

I remember listening to this when I was little. A great medley of all the great classics with an added twist of percussion and heightened Tempo. Easy on the mind and gentle on the ears, they have finally put Hooked on Classics on Itunes...the real one...not the fake one that they have had forever...

Cool!

It's so sweet that this made it on iTunes. It's great!

Hooked On This Classic!!

Loved this as a kid, and my kids now love it too. It is because of this album that my joy for classical music even exists. (And I enjoy ALL types of music.) Highly recommended. It makes classical music fun and energetic.

Biography

Formed: 1946 in England

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Indelibly linked to its founder, Sir Thomas Beecham, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) is considered one of the four major orchestras based in London. Established in 1946 in connection with the Royal Philharmonic Society, the orchestra's title was directly approved by King George VI. Although it has often had to fight for its survival, the RPO remains one of the busiest ensembles in Great Britain. The orchestra annually offers a set of concert series in three London venues (Royal Festival Hall,...
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