- Napster: My number one choice for finding music, I use Napster every day. You can find just about anything you want here - Bach, Mozart, Liszt, Beethoven, Handel, etc... You can search by artist, composer, title, and album. Napster also offers a classical music radio - a large list of randomly selected classical works. Napster has a free version from which to listen(www.napster.com), however the sound quality is less than CD quality, so some of the subtle nuances of the music is lost. The subscription service has several plans, but the lowest priced plan is just $5 a month.
- iTunes: If I find a song or an album I really like on Napster, in most cases, I can buy it directly from iTunes and transfer it to my iPod or burn it to a CD to listen to in the car.
- When you're out shopping at Wal-Mart, Target, K Mart, Best Buy, or any other major retailer, you can find great classical music compilation CDs. These CDs usually feature "Most Popular" works and "Greatest Works of All Time" spanning the many periods and styles of classical music. You're sure to find something you'll like on one of these albums, in which case you can begin searching for other works by the same composer.