Symphony


  • Feng-Shui Hi-Fi’s Sound Revolution: Harmonizing Music & Chi

    Feng-Shui Hi-Fi Debuts Cutting-Edge Audio Tech: Because Chi is the New High Fidelity Ever paused your favorite track to consider if your speakers might prefer facing the door rather than your sofa? Or if your subwoofer wants to align with the room’s energy flow? Welcome to the world of Feng-Shui Hi-Fi, where the traditional audio…

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  • The Bicentennial Anniversary of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9

    As the curtain rises on the bicentennial anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, we find ourselves celebrating a masterpiece that has reverberated through history with the power of a thousand orchestras. This monumental symphony, also known as the “Choral Symphony,” premiered on May 7, 1824, in Vienna, and its legacy is nothing short…

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  • Ten Albums to Get You Started on Your Classical Music Journey, Part 1

    Hi, my name is Pierre and I’m a compulsive record collector… That’s probably how I’d introduce myself if I belonged to a support group for hard-core record collectors. But fear not, my condition isn’t painful—it brings me immense joy, and I’m eager to share my passion for classical music in the pages of PMA Magazine.…

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  • Knowledge is Bowers (& Wilkins)

    John Bowers, Visionary of Sound In the quaint town of Worthing, West Sussex, a story of a remarkable individual began to unfold, a story that would eventually redefine the world of audio technology. John Bowers, the founder of Bowers & Wilkins, was born into a world where technology was rapidly evolving, yet the true potential…

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