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If you share my aims of illuminating classical music for the general reader, please consider helping to fund Corymbus. To do this, you can either:
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What are you paying for?
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Why does Corymbus need funding?
A huge amount of unpaid work has gone into Corymbus so far, but this is unsustainable in the long run. In-depth and high-quality writing requires a large amount of time. This is what funding pays for.
Any help you can give is enormously appreciated. It will enable this website to deliver more writing of substance on classical music!
Simon Brackenborough is the founder and editor of Corymbus.