Last year I noted with a certain amount of excitement (to quote Swallow in Peter Grimes) that the Milwaukee Symphony had put recordings of its concerts online. The New York Philharmonic has followed suit with its own online plan, in collaboration with DG; the first offering will be Mozart's last three symphonies. You can already listen to archived broadcasts on the Philharmonic website. Not about to be left behind is the standard-setting LA Phil, which, Scott Timberg testifies, will be offering two of its Minimalist Jukebox concerts at the beginning of April, together with recent programs combining Beethoven symphonies and contemporary works. The concerts will be available through iTunes and will cost less than $10. This is good.