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NZ Web-Site Dedicated To Classical Music

Finally a NZ web-site dedicated to classical music on CD opens in New Zealand.

opuscds.com ( http://www.opuscds.com. ) is a recently launched New Zealand based web-site.

Operating out of Wellington, opuscds.com brings decades of experience in the classical retail world to this on-line venture, the first site in New Zealand to specialise on the classical CD market.

Opuscds.com aims to bring quality classical recordings to New Zealand customers at New Zealand prices.

Features of the site are comprehensive listings of New Zealand classical CDs, a well-chosen “Essentials” category which makes selection a breeze for the novice, and on-going recommendations of new releases from around the world, a large number of which are carried locally to ensure speedy New Zealand delivery.

An important new entrant for the on-line music shopper – opuscds.com

ENDS

Further information – Allan McFarlane - allan@opuscds.com

allan http://www.smokecds.com http://www.opuscds.com


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