deals100 must-have movie classics mp3 album for $0.99

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That's a really good deal for someone looking for recognizable classical music.

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I started playing the samples and my daughter piped up when I played Barber of Seville. Bugs Bunny made so many of us recognize and love that song!

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I'll make this deal even sweeter. Get it for free. "Purchase" the Free Amazon Android app of the day, which is Sudoku4ever Plus (whether you want it or not).

Get $1 for MP3s with Purchase of Select Free Apps
Customers who purchase select free apps from the Amazon Appstore will receive a $1 credit to spend in the Amazon MP3 Store.

I got my MP3 credit immediately after I "bought" the app and then turned around and bought this album.

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@wnyx585am: AWESOME proptip! Just got me free $1 credit. But then instead of using it to get this album I got Call Me Maybe... so Id call this a great success.

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If this deal were only for 'Rhapsody in Blue' it'd still be worth it.

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Even if you didn't like 75% of these songs,
the other 25 would be a bargain. I just downloaded,
and it's about 10.5 hours of music!

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It took about 3-5 minutes for the credit to show. Good deal

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I just got this for my girlfriend, she LOVES it! Great deal!

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@gt0163c: Well, it's a really great deal for tiny little recognizable snippets of classical music. But 1:32 of Also Sprach Zarathustra doesn't really give you anything resembling the experience of hearing Also Sprach Zarathustra. It just gives you a track from a movie. It's like downloading the overture from "The Nutcracker" without downloading the whole "Nutcracker." It's like taking a free sample from a sweets shop and thinking you know what everything in the store tastes like. There's something to be said for these tracks piquing ones interest in classical. But single tracks don't do justice to their source material.

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@robio: That's why it's a dollar. And a free sample from a candy store still tastes good. It's better than no candy at all.

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@captstack: Well put ! I just downloaded my candy sample,yum yum.!

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This is such a good deal! Thank you. I used my $1 mp3 credit I got from buying the app of the day 2 days ago. Yay for free

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No John Williams or Hans Zimmer.............. ? ?

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@trimpegolf: Nope, John and Hans wanted more than a penny for their music,can you imagine the nerve of those two.

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As a DJ, I've owned quite a few CDs with a similar concept...
but the clips are usually quite short. What surprised me most
about this giveaway is that these are long passages:
19 of these are longer than 10 minutes...the two longest are
over 16 minutes. I can't agree with any complaints about length...
especially for a buck.

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Just finished listening, and gotta say a deal this good puts a smile on your face. As you listen you can sometimes picture the scenes from some of your favorite movies. Dont pass this up.

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@robio: "It's like taking a free sample from a sweets shop and thinking you know what everything in the store tastes like." Don't think so, it's more like getting a sample of lots candies and then you can buy more of what you liked.

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@trimpegolf: It's almost- ALMOST- as though a few meaningful pieces of music had actually been written before them. Go figure....

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@trimpegolf: Zimmer and Williams are not "classical," per se.

Plus, Zimmer's been using those awful-sounding synthesized orchestral strings in his music for years, so I'm not sure his stuff will ever been considered classical even after he's dead. I can't even bear to listen to Pirates of the Caribbean anymore.