Vivaldi is good to listen to when you're studying.
The classical music I like are usually the more intense pieces rather than the relaxing ones, but I'd recommend
- Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana by Mascagni :heart:. I am so in love with this piece, I once came across a guy playing it on the violin in a London Tube station and my heart melted... roud:
- Ave Maria by Back-Gounod
- Piano Sonata No. 21 in C, Op. 53 by Beethoven
- Piano Concerto No. 21 by Mozart
- Rhapsody On A Theme Of Paganini 18th Variation by Rachmaninov
- Piano Concerto No. 1 by Tchaikovsky
- Serenade For Strings 3rd Movement by Tchaikovsky
Some pieces which are not exactly relaxing but definitely worth listening to:
- Fantasie Impromptu by Chopin
- Piano Concerto No. 1 by Rachmaninov
- Prince Igor by Borodin
- Ein deutsches Reqiuem by Brahms (I love the whole work, but movement 2 is my favourite :star: roud: )
Like delpi said, I find movie soundtracks (or jazz) make for better listening when I need to relax. When listening to classical music I usually enjoy it better if I concentrate hard, and that can be rather energy-sapping at times.
You know how on certain days you're just hooked on a special tune?
Or sometimes a special song just feels like the perfect theme for the day.
Maybe you heard a song on the radio, and can't get it out of your head?
Well then just post it here! :)
Song and artist is all that's needed. You...
In recent years, a sub-genre called Dungeon Synth emerged. And this evolved into an even more amazing sub-genre (currently with only one member).
Ladies and gentlemen (and trans folk), I present to you Dino Synth, which sounds exactly like it should be.
As someone said in the comments, we are...
thread long overdue
since these are my favs, note that it‘ll be full with songs from and for gloomy drinkers. so, keep your kids away from watching and listening
will start with a song that may deserve a higher position, but here‘s the mood for it