My favourite classical music of all times are those sung by the most talented vocal artist Celine Dion. Her songs are soothing and never fade. I mostly like immortality, only one road and a new day has come, just to mention but a few.
My favorite artist in the Classical genre is Mozart. He composed and sung his first song at the age of 12 and was born in 1756. Some say his music helps with studying for exams, concentration, mental health, and relaxation. What does everyone else think of this composer?
I have three favorite classical music, Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky, Winter from Four Seasons by Vivaldi and Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven. They give me chills whenever I listen to them. These songs are usually in loop on my iPod.
It is amusing to see classic and classical music getting confused. or maybe it is me ignoring classical can be used for both and just learning that here.
For classical the first one that comes in mind is Pachelbel, it has been kind of a lullaby for me.
However, there is another one that I met thanks to a grim book. The protagonist used to listen to the album constantly, including for the last chapter so I decided to search for it in youtube and read that last chapter listening to it. It is still burned in mind. By itself though it is a pretty nice piece that starts loud and then has a nice soft middle before picking up again and it complete. Lohengrin
Prelude to Act III
by Richard wagner.