It claims to be the "top 100" of classical songs.
No, I take that back. It claims to be the "top 100" of Imperial Classic music.
Whatever that is.
I mean, Imperial Classical music? Sounds sort of sinister. Makes it sound as if Vivaldi himself is about to swoop down over me and claim all my natural resources for his own.
Well, anyway, this should fill in the gaps I have in my "must own" classical music collection. But it'll leave out the more obscure stuff, of course. (Which is what I find myself liking the most these days.)
One thing I already dislike about this set is that it identifies the composer solely by their last name. Most of the time this is fine. "Beethoven" is farily unique. But when they list "Strauss", do they mean Johann Strauss who did The Blue Danube or do they mean Richard Strauss who did Also Sprach Zarathustra.