Some of my favorite classical music.
Flower duet - Anna Netrebko & Elina Garanca (Lakmé de Delibes)
Saint-Saëns - ORGAN SYMPHONY, Finale!!! (Think BABE ..... If I had words to make a day for you, I'd sing a morning golden & true. I would make this day last for all time, then fill the night deep with moonshine... "That'll do pig, that'll do.")
Walt Disney - Fantasia - Mickey The Sorcerer's Apprentice. This is actually an Egyptian Tale put to music by Disney. The broom is an Egyptian ushabti (meaning "answerer" and they will answer when called but they are crafty and you have to be VERY specific in your call to them) notice also the Sorcerer playing the "Moses" part at the end when he parts the water and makes everything alright again.
Walt Disney - Fantasia - Mickey The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Kiri te Kanawa - O mio babbino caro - Puccini ---- (Singable English Translation: Oh my beloved father, I love him, I love him! I’ll go to Porta Rossa, To buy our wedding ring. Oh yes, I really love him. And if you still say no, I’ll go to Ponte Vecchio, And throw myself below. My love for which I suffer, At last, I want to die. Father I pray, I pray. Father I pray, I pray. )
Carmen - Habanera (with English subtitles and better quality)
The Evening Prayer from Hansel & Gretel - Kathleen Battle, Frederica von Stade *** When at night I go to sleep, Fourteen angels watch do keep, Two my head are guarding, Two my feet are guiding, Two are on my right hand, Two are on my left hand, Two who warmly cover, Two who o’er me hover, Two to whom ’tis given To guide my steps to heaven
MERRY WIDOW WALTZ - This is a nice version of one of my very favorites. (My FAVORITE version was done as a "Live from Lincoln Center - hosted by Beverly Sills and I have been unable to find a copy anywhere - they evidently didn't record it - Wish I could.)