Saturday, January 12, 2019

Classical Music For Relaxation

As the fetching Mrs. Sheralyn B. are on our way on a mini-vacation [cannot tell where, won't do it, wouldn't be prudent :-)] over the weekend, I publish my weekend classical music post a little earlier than usual.   I hope you enjoy it. 

In a previous post, "You Can Get It All From Classical Music" , I noted how different classical music pieces offers all kinds of moods to the listener, from excitement and drama to somber and pensive to beautiful and relaxing. This post will be for those with stress in their lives, or for those who just want to hear some beautiful relaxing music.  

Classical music offers many pieces of relaxing beautiful music - here is just a tiny sample
As I always say on my classical music posts that I do on the weekend, please turn up the volume and enjoy. This is in no special order.

W.A. Mozart: Serenade for Winds in B Flat Major, "Gran Partita", Movement 3, Adagio:

Johann Pachelbel: Canon in D Major:

Samuel Barber: Adagio For Strings [Original version for string quartet]:

Robert Schumann: Scenes From Childhood, #7, "Traumerei":

L.V. Beethoven: Piano Concerto #5 in E Flat Major, "Emperor", Movement 2, Adagio un poco mosso:

J.S. Bach: Air on the G-String:

Franz Schubert: String Quartet#13 in a minor, 2nd movement, Andante, "Rosamunde":

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