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|Ultimate Mozart [5 CD Box Set]
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Nearly as prolific as Wolfy himself, this 5-CD set packs in hours upon hours of the symphonies, concerti, serenades, vocal music and other Mozart masterpieces you need! Includes Mass in C "Coronation"; Requiem in D Minor; Symphony No. 40 in G Minor; Symphony No. 41 in C "Jupiter"; Piano Concerto No. 21 in C; Rondo in A Minor; Piano Concerto No. 20 in D Minor; Clarinet Concerto in A; Concerto for Flute, Harp and Orchestra in C; Horn Concerto No. 4 in E Flat; Rondo for Horn and Orchestra in E Flat; Serenade in G "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik"; Divertimento in D , and more, conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazy, Georg Solti; Neville Marriner, and more.
|Great Waltzes / Various
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|The Most Soothing Lullabies In The Universe
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VARIOUS - MOST SOOTHING LULLABIES IN THE UNIVERSE - 2 CD
|Baby Einstein: Traveling Melodies
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Disney ~ Traveling Melodies
|Mozart In The Morning
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Mozart,W.A. ~ Mozart In The Morning
|First Steps in Classical Music: Keeping the Beat
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Brand: Gia Publications, Inc.
2001 GIA PRODUCTIONS CD
|The Most Relaxing Classical Album in the World...Ever!
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Two CD set that lives up to its title - and then some! A perfect soundtrack to wind-down your day. The Most Relaxing Classical Album in the World ... Ever! does its best to cover both well-worn classical favorites (Bach's "Air on the G String," Pachelbel's "Cannon," Debussy's "Clair de Lune") and some eclectic left-field choices (an excerpt from Gerick's Symphony No. 3, Jocelyn Pook's "Blow the Wind," and Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings).
You want relaxing classical music that'll soothe your soul but won't lull you into sleep? Here's a double CD for you. The Most Relaxing Classical Album in the World ... Ever! does its best to cover both well-worn classical favorites (Bach's "Air on the G String," Pachelbel's "Cannon," Debussy's "Clair de Lune") and some eclectic left-field choices (an excerpt from Górecki's Symphony No. 3, Jocelyn Pook's "Blow the Wind," and Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings. The performances of most of these excerpts are top-notch--artists include Sir Neville Marriner, James Galway, Jacqueline du Pré and the Philadelphia Orchestra--and there's enough variety here for everyone. --Edward Garabedian
- The Most Relaxing Classical Music in the Universe
- The Ultimate Most Relaxing Classical Music In The Universe [2 CD]
- The Most Relaxing Classical Album In the World Ever, Volume II
- 50 Classics For Relaxation (2 CD)
- The Most Romantic Classical Music In The Universe [2 CD]
- Timeless: The Most Relaxing Classical Piano Music Ever - Perfect Gifts for Mom, Dad, Grandma, Kids
- Mozart For Meditation
- Love's River: Calming Music, Soothing Music, Background Music, Dinner Music, New Age Music, Spa Music, Yoga Music, Relaxing Piano Music, Meditation Music
- Piano and Cello Relaxation
- The Greatest Classical Masterpieces!
|Build Your Baby's Brain - Through the Power of Music
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Brand: Sony Music
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Hundreds of compilation recordings have been thrust on the market in recent years on the theory that classical music makes a nice, non-threatening accompaniment to everything from working out to making love. And here we have one compilation promising to make your baby smarter. It's offensive enough that the music featured on these compilations is spliced up so that the most you hear of any work is a single movement; what's really annoying is the poor quality of so many of the featured performances. So it is some consolation that the artists here include such 20th-century legends as the Cleveland Orchestra under Szell and the Budapest String Quartet with Mieczyslaw Horszowski. Of course if these folks were alive, one can imagine their violent objection to this presentation of their work. --Gwendolyn Freed
|Fiedler: Greatest Hits
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Brand: BMG (distributor)
Over 60 minutes of light classical favorites from the legendary conductor's 50 years at the helm of the Boston Pops.
|Brahms: Serenade No. 1 In D, & No. 2 In A
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In this follow-up to his provocative cycle of the Brahms symphonies with the same ensemble, Sir Charles Mackerras once again shows that doing things according to received ideas about the music and how it should sound--"tradition," if you will--is simply not his cup of tea. His traversal of the symphonies was provocative in part because he did it with a chamber-orchestra sized string complement, hoping to recapture the balance and sonic weight of an orchestra of Brahms's day, specifically the Meiningen Court Orchestra, which premiered the Fourth Symphony. While that raised some eyebrows, tackling the two serenades with a chamber orchestra makes perfect sense, since both works were written for the modest forces of the court orchestra at Detmold. Lively, lean-textured, and expressive, these accounts comfortably straddle the divide between chamber music and symphonism, thereby allowing a privileged view into the composer's heart-of-hearts. Mackerras lets us see that while the grandeur of the symphonies is impressive, there is even more of the true Brahms--intimate, ardent, and soulful--right here in the serenades. --Ted Libbey
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