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- Consolation in D Flat Major (No.3; S.172) by Franz Liszt. In spite of Liszt’s formidable reputation as a travelling virtuoso and composer whose compositions verge on the unplayable by mere mortals, this series of six pieces comes as a great contrast.
- Song for Sienna by Brian Crain. Moving forward from Liszt into the more contemporary world of into what can broadly be considered Classical music, the Song For Sienna is a calming, reflective piece that may well evoke a relaxed mood.
- Wiegenlied (op.49:no.4) by Johannes Brahms. (Click to play – the video is working) This piano piece is perhaps more commonly referred to as Braham’s lullaby.
- The Adagio from the Clarinet Concerto in A Major; (K. 622) by WA Mozart. One of the final works that Mozart completed before his early death was this clarinet concerto written for his friend and clarinettist, Anton Stadler.
- Satie – Gymnopédie No.1. Luscious chords, slow tempi and gorgeous, drifting mood, the Gymnopédies by French composer Erik Satie have become synonymous with relaxation and peaceful times.
- Holst – Venus the Bringer of Peace (The Planets) After being introduced to astrology in 1913, Gustav Holst was inspired to pen a suite based on the planets of the solar system and their corresponding Roman deities.
- Chopin – Nocturne No.2, Op.9. Frédéric Chopin is undoubtedly one of the masters of the Romantic era, writing an abundance of beautiful, relaxing works for piano.
- Ravel – Piano Concerto in G major (2 movement) Though at first this may sound like a solo piano piece, eventually the beautiful entry of a flute confirms the presence of the orchestra to accompany the exquisite piano melody with curiously gorgeous harmonies.
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- They know which pieces and composers to choose. People in the know have realized that not all classical music is suitable for better sleep. They would run a mile from Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture, for example, as the booming cannons would wake them up.
- They know the music will help their bodies to relax. A racing mind full of stress and anxiety will lead to increased heartbeats which will make sleep impossible.
- They know all about where to get their music. They know all the radio and TV channels which are broadcasting classical music, day and night, such as AccuRadio.
- They know the healing power of music. They know that illness and feeling unwell will probably disturb their sleep more than usual. The healing power of music is well documented in scientific circles.
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