by: Greg Compton • 14
The greatest classical music to modern, contemporary classical music to stimulate your mind.
“Chopin wakes me up in the morning while Bach keeps me company on my way to work and Beethoven gives a grand finale to my day!” – C. Bailey
Ever wondered how the minds of the great classical musicians work? Keep company with the masters and find out!
Great minds, great music.
Listen to classical music that has stayed throughout generations and inspired the whole world. Music that is light and graceful or dark and passionate. Music as lyrical as the spring or thunderous as a snowstorm.
Classical music has revolutionized generations of people to seek perfection, to achieve the impossible and to reach new echelons of beauty. What better way to stimulate and prepare your mind for a competitive day than to listen to classical music from the great masters of music?
Classical music has rich and vibrant texture for music lovers to enjoy. With complex compositions for piano, the harpsichord or organ, set to a full symphony orchestra.
Or go for light, harmonious compositions for string or woodwind instruments.
Classical music is imbued with a complex but perfect synthesis of emotional and intellectual content. Perfect pitch, perfect speed, perfect meter and perfect rhythm, classical music gives the highest listening pleasure.
Structured yet complex, just like your life. With harmony and counterpoints that lead to musical development, classical music is very much like the daily existence you live and the challenges you face.
Classical music inspires. Classical music breathes life. It is the mother of modern music. Listen to a full concerto, a symphony, a sonata, a suite or an etude. Classical music radio gives you the full range from the earliest classic, to romantic classic, the baroque and the modern contemporary classical music.
Classical music has emboldened new art music trends and lifestyle. From Joseph Haydn’s six string quartet, ‘Opus 20’ to his musical jokes and false endings. From Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s ‘Piano Concerto No. 24’ in C minor, to his light, entertainment or serenades.
Get lost in Ludwig van Beethoven’s grand ‘Missa Solemnis’ which has been used again and again in movies and theater. Or delight in Beethoven’s more popular ‘Moonlight Sonata’ which he lovingly composed for a Countess. There is also Beethoven’s ‘Fur Elise’, another composition for a love interest.
Listen to classical music radio’s Baroque music, with Johan Sebastian Bach’s works for the harpsichord and his religious-themed compositions. You might prefer Baroque compositions of Antonio Vivaldi for violin concertos. Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons’ in four violin concertos was a musical revolution, depicting scenes from each season.
Relive the much loved but tragic ballet classic, Swan Lake. Tchaikovsky’s merrier ballets include The Nutcracker and The Sleeping Beauty.
Enter the JRR Tolkien’s world of hobbits and elves through Howard Shore’s soundtrack for The Lord of the Rings. Classic music radio’ playlist includes award-winning soundtracks.
Stimulate your mind and senses with Classic Music and let the masters prepare your mind for greater things.