Ways You Can Help Share Free Classical Music
Thank you for your consideration in supporting and sharing the free classical piano music provided by Lisztonian.com. Your support directly affects the impact that this website can make in spreading and sharing a love for good music. There are many ways that you can show your support and share this music with others:
- Make a financial contribution
Join the many others who have contributed and generously donated towards free piano music!
- Subscribe through iTunes - it's free! - The Lisztonian (SignMyPiano) podcast is one of the top 50 audio podcasts in iTunes! Fans love this podcast because it has no advertising or commercials - just music! By subscribing to the iTunes podcast you are showing your support of classical music and are rewarded by hours of free classical piano music. Click the link below to subscribe!
- Become a Fan on Facebook - becoming a fan of our Facebook page allows you to share your interest in classical music with others and give them an opportunity to enjoy the music as well!
- Add the free music player to your blog/website - Adding our free music player to your own blog or website is one way of sharing good music with the visitors of your webiste. It demonstrates your own appreciation for good music while allowing your site visitors to experience the enjoyment of classical music as well.
- Link to our website - Adding a link to www.lisztonian.com on your own website is a great way to help show your support for free classical music. It also helps improve our rankings in the search engines which allows even more people to discover the joys of classical music.
- Attend local concerts - You can support your local artist and performers by attending local concerts and recitals. Many universities will offer free student recitals. Check the newspapers and search the web for upcoming events in your area and make it a plan to attend!
- Write to your local government - If you live in a country where freedom of speech is a gift you enjoy, then take the time to write a letter to your local government officials in behalf of the arts - especially music. Let them know that you would like to see more funding put towards supporting the arts and artists in your area.