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classic

Medtalk adjective Referring to a classic; traditional, well-known, typical, widely used noun A thing that is widely known, traditional, timeless. See Citation classic.
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Lorna Fulton, Head of the Town Hall, said: "We're proud to offer a classical programme of regional significance, and it's important to us that local people are the first to enjoy it.
Streams of classical music increased by 42 per cent in 2018, compared to a 33 per cent rise for the UK music market as a whole.
Streaming now accounts for just over a quarter of classical consumption, according to BPI.
Geoff Taylor, chief executive of BPI and the Brit Awards and co-chair of BPI's Classical Committee, said: "This is a dynamic moment in the history of classical music, with brilliant new artists such as Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Alexis Ffrench and Jess Gillam bursting through to accompany revered icons such as Andrea Bocelli, Yo-Yo Ma and Bryn Terfel.
"There are different processes involved in making of classical furniture.
The event has a huge contribution towards introducing new talent to music fanciers of the country and revitalising classical and semi-classical music through seasoned musicians and singers.
Quantum theory fulfills this requirement of having a classical limit through the process of decoherence.
Conclusion: Copeland's Modification of Bentall Procedure provides superior post-operative outcome as compared to the Classical Bentall procedure.
Despite all odds, the folk and classical music was still alive in the world, he added.
Gabri, as she is fondly called, started singing when she was just 10 years old but discovered the classical genre when she was 12.
Critique: Accessible to readers of all backgrounds, Beethoven and Me: A Beginner's Guide to Classical Music lives up to its title as an introduction to the history of classical music, including a multitude of lesser-known fascinating facts and amazing incidents about historical composers and their work.

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