Why can’t extra music apps be like Apple Music Classical?

And image of the Apple Music Classical app on a red and white background.
Illustration by Will Joel / The Verge

In 2023, it’s laborious to like classical music. Not due to the music itself — it’s simply tough to seek out it. Trying to find George Gershwin is as more likely to convey up his personal performances as it’s to convey up music he composed that’s carried out by different artists. The issue is that, within the metadata, classical music doesn’t simply depend on the standard stuff like artist, style, track title, or album title. There are soloists to contemplate, and composers, and conductors, and items carried out by an orchestra and a choir. Apple Music Classical, based mostly on the Primephonic app that Apple acquired in 2021, addresses the issue with the metadata and has me questioning why extra apps aren’t this wealthy within the stuff.

I didn’t understand how little classical music…

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