ArkivMusic

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ArkivMusic, Inc. is a Tennessee-based online classical music retailer, specializing in the distribution of CDs and DVDs.

ArkivMusic opened its online store in February, 2002.[1] As of 2012, there are twenty distribution centers throughout the United States.

In addition to their inventory of readily available CDs, the ArkivCD reissue program carries a selection of "on-demand" titles for items no longer in the catalogue. These titles, produced on CD-Rs, include licensed recordings that were previously unissued, or no longer in print, on CD.

ArkivMusic is also the publisher of the magazine Listen: Life with Music & Culture.

In 2008 ArkivMusic was acquired by Steinway Musical Instruments.[2] In 2010 ArkivMusic started a record label focused, albeit not exclusively, on recordings by pianists in the Steinway Artist program. The label is named after Steinway & Sons.[3] In 2015 ArkivMusic was purchased by Naxos. The company is now "ArkivMusic, Inc.".

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