By Jacob Stockinger
Mind you: These are not the most popular recordings or the bestsellers.
Apple’s opinion might not matter so much. But right now, digital downloads outsell real CDs, and the trend looks to continue for a very long time. So that gives the list even more relevance and force. (Below is the iTunes logo.)
Here is a link, and be sure to read the comments as well as the link to the other Top 50 list that is provided:
See what you think of their list.
What criticism would you make? (Does anyone detect a bias towards British music? Towards Romantic and early modern music)
What would you change? Delete or add to the list?
And what do you think of iTunes musical judgment?
The Ear wants to hear.
And just maybe Apple does too. (Its logo is below.)