How to put up a songlist for dummies
So, this is really really stupid question, but here goes stil.
How do I make a songlist on my Ipad? The question is that where am I able to buy the pieces? As it happens Im looking for a Perlman recording and Itunes store does not have it and frankly they seem to have very limited amount of classical pieces. So how would I go about finding and buying specific pieces for my ipad?
I need only some pieces (for my daughter) so Im not looking for a monthly prescription to any site, which probably would cost too much for us anyway, but would like to buy the pieces we need. For example Perlmans recording of Vivaldi a minor, which we have so far listened on youtube, but youtube is getting pretty annoying with all the adds and besides a playlist to be played in the car for example would be best. In istores the single pieces seem to cost 1-2 euros, which is entirely payable.
Have you tried Amazon.de, where you can by classical music recordings in MP3 format? For example, you can even find Pekka Kuusisto's Vivaldi a minor, and many others'. I haven't tried, but I think it should work. Good luck!
what you do is download and covert You-Tube videos into an MP3 file using an app like https://videoconverter.wondershare.com/#one
If there is something you need to learn how to do with your phone or your iPad or whatever, you can almost certainly find a YouTube video that will show you step by step.
Maria it seems Perlman performing Vivaldi a minor is on the iTunes store. Search on the iTunes store for Perlman Vivaldi. Then click Albums. From there you will find the Album "Vivaldi - Concertos". The a minor is on that album, you can buy the three movements separately.
iTunes is going to be the best source for downloads.
no problem Maria, you wrote something to the effect that the iTunes store has a poor offering in classical music, actually, this is really not true. it has almost everything actually. so, I think you can just stick with iTunes on the iPad. if you don't find something, let me know :-)
Another vote for Spotify. It allows you to listen to many interpretation of a same piece without having to download them all.
Yeah I like Spotify too. Much better than Rhapsody (Napster).
Don't underestimate Perlman's friend Pinchas Zuckerman, who doesn't turn his nose up at "easy" pieces (I heard him on the radio performing Elgar's Six Easy Pieces).
The new UniConverter from Wondershare:
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