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Classical Music

Classical Music

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Antonio Vivaldi - Mandolin Concerti

Vivaldi - Complete Cello Concertos (Ofra Harnoy)

BACH Violin Sonatas (Tenenbaum- Kapp).wmv

Ludovico Einaudi - Ancora

Ludovico Einaudi In un'altra vita. This man is AMAZING!!!

Ludovico Einaudi Primavera

Ludovico Einaudi - "Divenire" - Live @ Royal Albert Hall London

Bella's Lullaby

La musica mas bella

Danubio Azul

El Lago de los Cisnes - Chaikovski

Beethoven - Silencio, via YouTube.

P.I.Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker, via YouTube.

MOZART'S FINAL PIANO CONCERTO - No. 27 in B flat major, Allegro (first movement)

Beethoven Moonlight Sonata (Sonata al chiaro di luna)

Four Seasons ~ Vivaldi

The Greatest Classical Music Pieces Ever Composed [HD]

  • Maciej Kosmowski
    Maciej Kosmowski

    like it!So much!

  • Clarinda Robertson
    Clarinda Robertson

    This is beautiful! Thanks for posting! Makes me wanna break out my flute!

  • Elma Joiner
    Elma Joiner

    This is absolutely breathtaking music!!

Sound of an Angel - Beautiful violin music

Saddest piano song ever

Piano and Cello Music - Bella's Wedding Processional

Piano and Violin Duet - Dream of Dreams - Brian Crain

Beethoven-Fur Elise

Beethoven, Moonlight, Piano Sonata No. 14.

"La Folia (or Follia)" in 1701 by Antonio Vivaldi (Venecia 1678 - Viena 1741). La Folia is one of the oldest remembered European musical themes, or primary material, generally melodic, of a composition, on record. Vivaldi's music was innovative. He brightened the formal and rhythmic structure of the concerto, in which he looked for harmonic contrasts and innovative melodies and themes.

"Nocturne (Op.9 n.2)" in 1827-46 by Frédéric Chopin (Zelawola Wola, Duchy of Warsaw 1810 - Paris 1849). Polish composer and virtuoso pianist. The Chopin Nocturnes constitute 21 short pieces for solo piano. They are generally considered among the finest short solo works for the instrument. Although he did not invent the nocturne, he popularized and expanded. The tempo marking of all but one of the nocturnes is a variation of Lento, Larghetto or Andante, the Allegretto of No. 3 breaking the mould.