The top-selling classical album in the US last week (source: Nielsen Soundscan) is the flamboyant organist Cameron Carpenter, who was denied entry to Britain earlier this year.
Cameron’s Sony release sold just 387 copies.
The next best was Benjamin Grosvenor on Decca with 229.
Pierre-Laurent Aimard’s Bach on DG follows with 211 sales.
That’s in the whole of the US market of 314 million people.