Decca's Einaudi first classical artist to sell more digital than physical albums

Brandon Bakshi

Classical artist Ludovico Einaudi has become the first in his genre to sell more digital than physical copies of an album.

According to the Official Charts Company, the Decca-signed act marks a classical chart milestone, achieving the feat with his current album Time Lapse, which has shifted 72% digital copies and 28% physical. As a result, it is placed at No.1 on the Classical Chart, No.24 on the Official UK Album Chart and No.11 on the Official Digital Albums Chart.
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