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|The Most Relaxing Classical Music in the Universe
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The Most Relaxing Classical Music in The Universe, the 1st 2-CD set in the & Most Relaxing, series features some of the most well known classical pieces of all time, including Canon in D, Clair De Lune, Fur Elise, Ave Marie, Moonlight Sonata, Adagio for Strings, Greensleeves, and More! Perfect for the casual music listener, this collection features nearly 2 hours of music to study, read and relax at home with. Purchase a copy now and sooth your soul with the the Most Relaxing Classical Music in the Universe!
- Music For Healing
- 50 Classics For Relaxation (2 CD)
- Mozart For Meditation
- Calm Within: Music for Relaxation of Body and Mind - Perfect for Massage, Spa, Yoga, Meditation
- Solo Journey - The most relaxing piano CD in the world
- Timeless: The Most Relaxing Classical Piano Music Ever - Perfect Gifts for Mom, Dad, Grandma, Kids
- Tranquil Guitar CD - Soothing Music For Relaxation, Meditation and Sleep -
- Music for Healing and Unwinding: Two Pioneers in the Emerging Field of Sound Healing
- Love's River: Calming Music, Soothing Music, Background Music, Dinner Music, New Age Music, Spa Music, Yoga Music, Relaxing Piano Music, Meditation Music
- Best Of Classical [3 CD Box Set]
|The Time-Life Treasury of Christmas
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TREASURY OF CHRISTMAS: From Elvis's I'll Be Home for Christmas to Bing Crosby's White Christmas...Pavarotti's O Holy Night to Alabama's Tennessee Christmas - this 2-CD set is the most recognized Christmas compilation ever.
- The Time-Life Treasury of Christmas
|The 6 Unaccompanied Cello Suites Complete
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|Classical Naptime for Tots
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A delightful new compilation to aid parents in putting their child down for a nap. The music features many wonderful soothing classical works including the opening "Aria" from Bach's Goldberg Variations and Debussy's Reverie played by Yolanda Kondonassis on the harp. Turn the lights off, press play and close the door.let these high quality recordings for the telarc vaults music work its magic. Features works of Puccini, Bizet, Vivaldi, Satie, Bach, Beethoven, Faure and Debussy.
- Classical Naptime For Tots by Various Composers (2008-03-25)
|Bach At Bedtime
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Lullabies for the still of the night. From the opening strains of \Sheep May Safely Grazse
|Bernstein Century - Copland: Appalachian Spring, Rodeo, etc / Bernstein, New York PO
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Happy is the composer who has an advocate as passionate and talented as Leonard Bernstein. These Copland performances have been the preferred versions since they were first issued--better even than the composer's own, later recordings. Originally they were spread over two discs, but thanks to the extended playing time of the compact disc, you can now get all three great Copland ballets together, along with the ever popular Fanfare for the Common Man. Bernstein brings to this music the right sharpness of rhythm but also a typically open-hearted warmth. He coaxes a virtuoso response from the New York Philharmonic, which knows this music as well (or better) than anyone. Self- recommending. --David Hurwitz
|Bach: 6 Brandenburg Concertos / 4 Orchestral Suites
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TREVOR PINNOCK/ENGLISH CONCERT - BACH: BRANDENBURG CONCERTOS - 3 CD SET
|Sibelius: Complete Symphonies, Tapiola, Karelia suite, Finlandia, The Bard
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EMI Classics releases an exclusive 4-CD collection honoring the career of Finnish conductor Paavo Berglund who died earlier this year at the age of 82. Best known for his interpretations of Jean Sibelius s symphonies, the set features all seven symphonies the core of Sibelius s complete works. This collection also contains a number of tone poems ranging from his early Karelia Suite to his final completed work, Tapiola, and is truly a magnificent introduction to this masterly composer. Berglund leads the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra in these historical recordings that have been unearthed from the archives after a long period of not being available. Berglund studied the violin and by 15 had decided to make his career in music, gaining experience from playing and restaurants and dance orchestras. In 1949 he joined the first violin section of the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra. He was greatly impressed by Furtwängler when he brought the Vienna Philharmonic to Helsinki and he was soon studying in Vienna where his friends in the orchestras allowed him access to rehearsals and recording sessions. He formed his own chamber orchestra in 1949 and co-founded the Helsinki Chamber Orchestra four years later. In 1955 he started his long association with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra first as Associate Conductor and then Chief Conductor. It was a series of Sibelius Centenary Concerts in 1965 that brought him to Bournemouth, becoming the principal conductor of the city s Symphony Orchestra in 1972 and over the next seven years made numerous recordings including the ones found in this collection.
|Clair De Lune
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Pianist Francois-Joel Thiollier tackles Debussy's "Clair de Lune" and other classical piano songs.
|A to Z of Classical Music (3rd Extended Edition)
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A-Z of Classical Music is a remarkable 932-page, illustrated book, detailing the lives of all the great composers as well as many less known, but equally fascinating, musical masters. Like the Naxos range of recordings itself, A-Z of Classical Music is a rich source of inspiration for anyone either just embarking on a lifetime of musical enjoyment or for whom classical music has long been a way of life. Included within is an extensive glossary of musical terms plus a unique guide to classical music used in acclaimed films. Two-and-a-half hours of the finest music from across the centuries are contained on the accompanying CDs.
Is it a two-CD set with a particularly thick booklet, or a 562-page book with a compilation album attached? Either way, the unpretentious text by Keith Anderson offers an introduction to the lives and works of dozens of composers, together with recommended recordings from the Naxos and Marco Polo catalogs. Anderson includes a useful 59-page glossary of musical terms and an extensive listing of classical pieces used in films. The odd thing about the 36 extracts and complete pieces on the CDs is that they do not form an A-to-Z at all. Rather, they are arranged chronologically, from 1,000-year-old Gregorian chant to the opening movement of contemporary composer Philip Glass's Violin Concerto. Between these two points is the early music of Palestrina and Byrd; the Baroque glories of Vivaldi and Bach; the 19th-century Romantic masters, from Beethoven to Tchaikovsky; and such 20th-century greats as Rachmaninov and Stravinsky. Opera, song, and chamber music are barely represented, but only so much can fit into 151 minutes. Essentially a deluxe sampler of the vast Naxos catalogue, the discs offer a good introduction to some of the most famous and melodic music ever composed, while the book will be very useful to newcomers to the potentially confusing world of classical music. --Gary S. Dalkin
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