MusOpen: set Chopin free!

I was so inspired by MusOpen project, that I made my very first donation to it, whole $50. The project's idea is simple: everyone should have free access to the classical music. Despite being in public domain, it's not very accessible now, because performers, conductors and the rest need money. To solve this problem MusOpen crowdfunded a hefty sum of money to record absolutely all known works of Frédéric Chopin and published them for everyone to enjoy. Well, actually this was the rally when I first heard about MusOpen, but they have been collecting free recordings ever since 2005. I guess now it's turn for the next composer.

Artemy Tregubenko,
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