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Greta Bradman Has No 1 Classical Album Three Weeks Running

by Paul Cashmere

Greta Bradman is on track to have the biggest selling classical album of 2015 with ‘My Hero’ sitting tight at the top of the classical chart for three weeks in a row.

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