Maestro puts out a classical music album
Capitalizing on his success as conductor “Kang-mae” in Beethoven Virus, Kim Myung-min is putting out a classical music album. Er, what now?
No, Kim hasn’t suddenly revealed hitherto-unknown musical talent (though he professes to be a classical-music enthusiast). Rather, he’s “editing” a compilation to be put out by classical music label EMI Classics, which bears the title “Kim Myung-min’s Classic Maestro.” The album contains Kim’s favorite selections and recommendations, and is organized under four themes (passion, harmony, rest, solitude).
As Kim explains it, many people enjoy classical music but don’t necessarily know where to start; his reasoning behind his selections for this album is to provide the general public with a “first step” in their foray into the classics. The album goes on sale on December 26.
Uh, y’know I love Kim Myung-min, but this seems… unnecessary. The man couldn’t just post up an iTunes playlist?
Via Star News
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