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Craig Ogden’s best-selling album, Summer Guitar, as a free download for Classic FM VIPs @ ClassicFM
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Found 22nd Mar 2016Found 22nd Mar 2016
In an exclusive offer for Classic FM VIPs, we’re offering the *whole* of Craig Ogden’s best-selling album, Summer Guitar, as a free download for Classic FM VIPs. Craig is one of t… Read more

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Thanks for all the positive votes

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colindglen

thanx



Thank you Colin.

thanx

n15hu

Did you try downloading this album directly to your phone? I think you … Did you try downloading this album directly to your phone? I think you have to download it to your PC/Mac & you can upload the album to your phone.


I thought the download to my PC had failed as it wasn't zip file but 7-zip managed to unpack whatever it was...thanks for trying to help.

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Boz

Thank You Heat



Bless you Boz. Thank you.
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Classic FM: free Beethoven 7th Symphony download, 48-hour access to Berlin Philharmonic Digital Concert Hall
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Found 16th Jan 2016Found 16th Jan 2016
Free recording of Beethoven's 7th Symphony performed by Gustavo Dudamel and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela. Download it by registering on the Classic FM website.… Read more

Thanks jmmk. This is great. The 48hr ticket works a treat. I've been wanting to see a old production of Peter Sellars' J.S. Bach St Matthew's Passion for a long time on this format.

Too fiddly and not worth the effort. Beethovens work is available on YouTube
Free Othello Tickets @ The Shakespere Globe Theatre on Saturday 28th February & Saturday 21st March 2015 courtesy of ClassicFM
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Found 28th Jan 2015Found 28th Jan 2015
We've partnered with Globe Education to give Classic FM listeners the chance to apply for up to six tickets from the 600* free seats that we have available for both Saturday 28th F… Read more

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First come first serve on these 3 tickets.

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HUKDUSER94

Oh man I missed out. Does anyone know where I can buy tickets to other … Oh man I missed out. Does anyone know where I can buy tickets to other Shakespearean performances? My sister has to see one for her English project, but I'm a bit confused - are performances not always showing? Any help would be much appreciated - thanks.



Please let me know if you can use or need 3 tickets for this Sarurday's performance? Thanks.

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LogicalHarm

Oh my god, if anyone wants to give up their tickets for either … Oh my god, if anyone wants to give up their tickets for either performance please message me - I would absolutely love to go!



Please let me know if you can use or need 3 tickets for this Saturdays performance?

Thanks.

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devientenigma

Gutted I didn't see this earlier! I can't even join wait list! My … Gutted I didn't see this earlier! I can't even join wait list! My daughters applying to London schools (nearly 6 hours away) for sept 2015 her monologue is from Othello of all things lol............



Please let me know if you need or can use 3 tickets?

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I have 3 spare tickets to this Saturday's show (28.02.2015). Please let me know you are interested? They are all seated together. Thanks.
Free Screening -  1 st Dec - Red Carpet Screening The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies - Sky Bet
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Found 30th Nov 2014Found 30th Nov 2014
Screening - Red Carpet Screening The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies Read THERE WILL MOST PROBS BE SECURITY ON THE DOOR - SOME MAY EVEN ASK YOU TO LEAVE YOUR PHONES - DON… Read more
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holly100

glad you enjoyed the film thou this happened to us a few weeks ago - they … glad you enjoyed the film thou this happened to us a few weeks ago - they couldnt show red carpet but we watched the film - we got free tix at the end xx



wow! So you mean you got further free tickets at the end of the previous free movie premier you watched because they weren't able to show the red carpet beforehand? What was the film? Was it Fury?

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Vashetti

Cardiff Cineworld was packed. Great atmosphere though, and everyone … Cardiff Cineworld was packed. Great atmosphere though, and everyone attending was super polite and grateful to be there.My partner and me were first in line because I was anxious about getting turned away. The security guy joked "it's only a film, you'll get a seat!"



anyone remember pirates of caribbean showing few years ago - murder at some cinemas - in mk they put chairs down the aisle all good fun

kiora_nas

Half full is generous, was more like 1/12 full. Not sure if it was cause … Half full is generous, was more like 1/12 full. Not sure if it was cause I was sat near the front, but the first 20 minutes of 3D looked dodgy and out of focus, rest of the film was alright though.

I thought the same, it was especially noticeable when the camera panned around a room and not focused on a character. Still extremely grateful to see the film so early, having only booked the tickets so late notice it was an unexpected journey

Cardiff Cineworld was packed. Great atmosphere though, and everyone attending was super polite and grateful to be there.

My partner and me were first in line because I was anxious about getting turned away. The security guy joked "it's only a film, you'll get a seat!"

iSM4SHxYOUx

Bristol was half full, the family weren't to happy with me as I made sure … Bristol was half full, the family weren't to happy with me as I made sure we got tree at 6:15 expecting a queue even then, there was nobody there queuing and the staff barely knew anything. They showed the red carpet and the film started around 8:20, I assumed they must have streamed the film live from London similar to what they did with the dark knight rises, so all the waiting was probably for all the crew to go and sit down to watch the film lol. Brilliant film, now we can all brag about it for 10 more days



Half full is generous, was more like 1/12 full.

Not sure if it was cause I was sat near the front, but the first 20 minutes of 3D looked dodgy and out of focus, rest of the film was alright though.
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iTunes Classical Essentials - 10 essential downloads
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Found 12th Apr 2013Found 12th Apr 2013
First freebie post so be nice :) Classic FM have done top 30 essential classic albums and giving an album away with 10 free songs on it. Not usually my thing but saw it on a tweet… Read more
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Brill! Thanks dude!

Great, thanks

Nice share ta!

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It should be just above the download button from the classic FM website if not

Full track listing:
Pallestrina - Tu Es Petrus
The Tallis Scholars
J.S. Bach - Brandenburg Concertos, Concerto No. 4 in G Major, I. Allegro
Concerto Italiano & Rinaldo Alessandrini
Vivaldi - Spring from The Four Seasons
Janine Jansen
Handel - Messiah, Hallelujah!
The Sixteen & Harry Christophers
Mozart - Requiem, Introitus
Nikolaus Harnoncourt & Concentus Musicus Wien
Chopin - Nocturne Opus 32 No.1 in B major
Arthur Rubinstein
Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake, Valse in A flat
André Previn & the London Symphony Orchestra
Elgar - Enigma Variations, 'Nimrod'
Sir Colin Davis & the London Symphony Orchestra
Elgar - Cello Concerto in E minor, Adagio
Jacqueline Du Pré
Rachmaninoff - Rhapsody On A Theme Of Paganini
Vladimir Ashkenazy

Does anyone have a list of the tracks as I have downloaded it but do not know which tracks they are as can not see them together in an album.
free copy of Classic FM magazine
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Found 5th Feb 2010Found 5th Feb 2010
As an exclusive offer to Classic FM listeners we would like to offer you a FREE copy of our upcoming April issue of Classic FM magazine. If youve not read a copy of Classic FM bef… Read more
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Thanks OP.

They will also offer 3 copies for £1 as well when you call.

Worth mentioning that they come with a free CD with each copy.
GROW YOUR OWN KIT, FOR EVERY CLASSIC FM LISTENER! JUST PAY £3.95 P&P
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Found 7th Apr 2009Found 7th Apr 2009
Havent posted as a free deal because you have to pay postage: Explore the wonderful world of herbs with this great gift collection, which comprises a collection of 6 popular herb … Read more

So the cheapest way to order is to pay your own postage on an SAE. May well do it. Does anyone know what herb seeds cost in the garden centres? Shame it doesn't have mint. But fresh parsley - yum!

Just brought mine & some patio & tub seeds, lets hope I can actually grow something!!

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SusieM;4856667

Note that these are seeds and not plants.



I wasnt expecting plants, for seeds, a dvd and the tools its worth the postage

Note that these are seeds and not plants.
Free Audio Download of Pickwick Papers - Classic FM
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Found 8th Dec 2008Found 8th Dec 2008
Quick Registration needed - use spammy email Classic FM presents The Pickwick Papers read by Gerald Dickens, the great-great grandson of Charles Dickens, FREE for every Classic FM… Read more

gsloman;3702158

i can't find any way of getting this without putting in CC details into … i can't find any way of getting this without putting in CC details into audible.com'ssite - it's free with a 30 day trial of audible - cold


Probably OK... Classic FM aren't likely to bum money from people on the sly, but... BUT I do understand where you are coming from and don't really see why they ask for the details in the 1st place!

excellent - they only want credit card details to bill you for zero.

You can infact download 2 audiobooks from a wide selection - I've gone for "The God Delusion" as it's one of those books I ought to read as a postgrad theology student but haven't been able to face reading. :x Hopefully playing a computer game whilst listening will make it more bearable:viking:

:santa: brings you a :gift: of heated added:thumbsup:

i can't find any way of getting this without putting in CC details into audible.com'ssite - it's free with a 30 day trial of audible - cold
£5 Tickets to Classic FM Live at the Royal Albert Hall
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Found 20th Sep 2008Found 20th Sep 2008
Thu, 25/9/2008 - 7:30 PM I recently bought tickets for this for over £20 and was a bit gutted when I heard these £5 tickets advertised. There are plenty of decent seats available… Read more

iglimpse;3014414

OK, you did publicise it. I apologise.I still think it's unfair to … OK, you did publicise it. I apologise.I still think it's unfair to describe someone as "second rate". For £5 per ticket I know most people would be more than happy. Not everyone got chance to go to the proms. I have paid a lot more to see soloists who were pretty bad.Thankfully now hot anyway



I agree...still a hack is a hack, so to be expected:whistling:

Deal gets my vote 4 sure...see you in the gods!:thumbsup:

I hope they don't amplify it like the concert I went to see there last night - ugh. Still, the tickets were free so I can't complain.

good price hot

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There is no doubt that Morph is cool!

I've never been to the Royal Albert Hall and am excited to be going even though I paid £25 each for my two tickets. £5 for a trip to the Royal Albert Hall can't be bad. The cast may not be for the top connoisseurs but for the likes of me it's great. For me this is an easy listening concert, I love music but I get bored listening for hours to one composer overture or concerto. This is a bill of favourites which should be great fun!

Voted cold - we don't have a Royal Albert Hall in the next village so not a national deal :whistling:


Only kiddin' and envious, but at least Morph was invented in our street, and Wallace was a good friend of ours.

Beat that for real culture !!!
Free copy of classic FM magazine
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Found 20th Jun 2008Found 20th Jun 2008
Finally got something to add to this site!!!!!! Just received an email from classic fm magazine offering a trial magazine for free. There are only 3000 available by calling 08448 … Read more

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theclaw;2353705

You lot are rediculous, sure you have to pay for a call. So basically … You lot are rediculous, sure you have to pay for a call. So basically your saying everything on here is not a freebie. most people have to pay for the internet (some are even pay as you go) so any online sign-up technically not free. printing a voucher for a freebie, not free cause you have to pay for paper, ink, a printer, a computer, a keyboard, a mouse, a screen.Even reading the freebie section not free as my time costs money....:thumbsup:



What a rubbish analogy.

I have phoned for this offer before and you only receive the free mag about 50% of the time. When you don't take up the £1 offer they (the call centre guy/gal) become sulky and few times they even cut me off. It doesn't put me off though and I'll give it a go. Heat added.

darkteckno;2352926

It's a deal as you have to spend money on the call



You lot are rediculous, sure you have to pay for a call. So basically your saying everything on here is not a freebie. most people have to pay for the internet (some are even pay as you go) so any online sign-up technically not free. printing a voucher for a freebie, not free cause you have to pay for paper, ink, a printer, a computer, a keyboard, a mouse, a screen.

Even reading the freebie section not free as my time costs money....:thumbsup:

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Yeh not exactly a total freebie.

madmuppet;2352892

I can see why I won;t be posting again



Some people, like myself, don't like having the bother of unsubscribing from these offers. They can get messy when things go wrong.

Don't stop posting deals. My first post went down like a lead balloon