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Italian former boy band tops US classical sales

Even in these Trumpian times it comes as a shock to see where US music is heading. The top-selling classical album last week on Nielsen Soundscan – the most accurate industry measure – sold just over 4,000 copies, which is more than any other new release all year. That’s the good news. The release is […]
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