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Top 10 Best Classics in Music

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Legendary classics: the top best works of all time

Despite the ever-changing trends and popular genres, classical music never ceases to amaze listeners: for many centuries now, it has evoked an exciting storm of emotions and feelings in people... This is the same music that has stood the test of time! There are a huge number of classics, but today we will remember the truly legendary ones ... Below is the top of the best classics of all time ... Let's start!

Ludwig van Beethoven: "To Elise"

Written at the beginning of the 19th century, this work by Beethoven remains one of the most famous… The piano bagatelle piece, sustained in the key of A minor, is the most recognizable melody in the world: it is included in the compulsory program of all music schools, and from the first seconds of sounding it is recognizable even those who do not know the name of the composer at all (although there are hardly such people ...)

At the time of writing Für Elise, Beethoven was almost deaf. To whom is the piano piece dedicated? To this day it remains a mystery...

Edvard Grieg: "Morning"

"Morning" - such a laconic name was given to the introductory part of Suite No. 1 "Peer Gynt" by Edvard Grieg. Today it is familiar to so many people: over the past decades, the work has gained great popularity on television! You can even hear it on The Simpsons!

The name speaks for itself: “Morning” evokes in people an indescribable, very warm feeling of the dawning day ...

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: "Turkish Rondo"

Better known as the "Turkish March", this work has long been one of the main attributes of classical music ... It was written by Mozart in 1783, as the final part of the famous Sonata No. eleven.

By the way: "Turkish Rondo" is very popular in modern Turkey.

Felix Mendelssohn: "Wedding March"

The solemn work of Felix Mendelssohn has long received the status of "out of time": it has been heard at wedding ceremonies almost all over the world for more than 150 years! This, of course, is an invaluable contribution to the development of culture and history on the part of the composer...

Interesting fact: Princess Victoria Adelaide Maria Louise, daughter of Queen Victoria, was the first bride to walk down the aisle to this solemn tune...

Franz Schubert: "Ave Maria"

The history of this legendary work began with the fact that Schubert wrote music for an excerpt from Walter Scott's poem "Lady of the Lake": it was called "Ellen's Third Song" and depicted the heroine of the poem, praying to the Virgin Mary for help ... As a result, this served as the basis for a full-fledged text on Latin.

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: The Flight of the Bumblebee

This work was inspired by the Russian folk tale about Tsar Sultan (according to the plot, in an attempt to visit his father, the prince turns into a bumblebee!) The melody itself serves as a reflection of the final flight of the bumblebee ... It simply takes your breath away from how realistically the flight of an insect is simulated!

Frederic Chopin: Impromptu Fantasy

Frederic Chopin dedicated one of his most famous pieces to his close friend Julian Fontana. After the death of the composer, Fontan published the work in 1855, disobeying the instructions of a friend who, even during his lifetime, was categorically against it ...

Camille Saint-Saens: "The Swan"

Many people know this work called "The Dying Swan": it was first presented to the world when Saint-Saens was already over 50! And it is notable for the fact that this is the only part of the Carnival of the Animals suite, which the composer allowed to be performed publicly during his lifetime ...

The music was inspired by a beautiful Greek legend, according to which the silent swan sings for the first and last time in his life - before his death ...

Claude Debussy: "Moonlight"

This amazingly tender and touching music was inspired by the poem of the same name by Paul Verlaine... We can say that Claude Debussy takes possession of your soul while listening to this melody... Because of this, "Moonlight" is very popular in the world of cinema: you can hear it in the same "Twilight" "...

Ludwig van Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata

And the one who opened it ends our list of legendary classics! Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata" is truly magnificent and beautiful: everyone knows this work, even those who are completely far from the classics ... Beethoven dedicated his creation to Countess Juliette Guacardi, his young student, with whom he allegedly was in love ...

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