John Quinn's comment in his review of the recent Jansons Dvorak disc reminded me that this is an issue with which few classical labels have successfully dealt:
In concert, the strongest and most important works are typically programmed last, but on CD the opposite prevails. Why is this? Are labels afraid that buyers will dismiss their discs if they don't open with a blockbuster?
I suspect a great many collectors indulge in some reordering after they rip their music to PC.
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