|1||–Carl Orff||O Fortuna (Carmina Burana)|
|2||–Antonín Dvořák||Largo (New World Symphony)|
|3||–Benjamin Britten||Playful Pizzicato (Simple Symphony)|
|4||–Léo Delibes||Flower Duet (Lakme)|
|5||–Sergei Prokofiev||Dance Of The Knights (Romeo & Juliet)|
|6||–Johann Sebastian Bach||Air On A G String (Suite No. 3)|
|7||–Giuseppe Verdi||Does Irae (Requiem)|
|8||–Johann Sebastian Bach||Sleepers Awake (Cantata 140)|
|9||–Amilcare Ponchielli||Dance Of The Hours (La Gioconda)|
|10||–Sir Edward Elgar||Cello Concerto (1st Movement)|
|11||–Giuseppe Verdi||Anvil Chorus (Il Trovatore)|
|12||–Bedřich Smetana||Die Moldau (Ma Vlaat)|
|13||–Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky||Dance Of The Little Swans (Swan Lake)|
|14||–Giacomo Puccini||One Fine Day (Madama Butterfly)|
|15||–Léo Delibes||Mazurka (Coppelia)|
|16||–Antonín Dvořák||Symphony No. 9 (1st Movement)|
|17||–Gioacchino Rossini||Largo Al Factotum (Barber Of Seville)|
|18||–Gustav Mahler||Symphony No. 2 (2nd Movement)|
|19||–Giacomo Puccini||Mario! Mario! Mario! (Tosca)|
|20||–Gustav Holst||Jupiter (The Planets)|
Various – Classic Commercials. Label: Decca – 440 638-2, PolyGram TV – 440 638-2. 20 popular classical themes from famous television commercials". 1: O Fortuna (Old Spice) 2: Largo (Hovis) 3: Playful Pizzicato (Royal Bank of Scotland) 4: Flower Duet (British Airways) 5: Dance Of The Knights (L'Égoïste) 6: Air On A G String (Hamlet) 7: Dies Irae (Today Newspaper) 8: Sleepers Awake (Lloyds Bank) 9: Dance Of The Hours (Jiff Cleaner) 10: Cello Concerto - 1st Movement (Buxton Mineral Water) 11: Anvil Chorus.
Classical music is art music produced or rooted in the traditions of Western culture, including both liturgical (religious) and secular music. While a more precise term is also used to refer to the period from 1750 to 1820 (the Classical period), this article is about the broad span of time from before the 6th century AD to the present day, which includes the Classical period and various other periods
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Here are some of the world's most famous classical music melodies and everything you need to know about them. The official name of this piece is the Serenade No. 13 for strings in G major, and it was composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1787. The television series chose this section from Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet as its theme music. The ballet tells the tragic story of Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers and the war waged between the rival families, the Montagues and the Capulets. So it's no surprise that this centrepiece of the ballet is one of the most dramatic pieces of music ever written.
Classical music composers span a period in music ranging from the mid 1600s until around 1950. Within that period, there have been many eras that are considered "classical music" in popular vernacular. Musical eras include Baroque (1600-1750), Classical (1750-1820), Romantic (1810-1910), and 20th Century (1900-2000). Famous French Musicians. History of French Music. Musicians from the Early 1800s. These ten popular composers are from the periods listed above
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His motifs and themes and their development are rightfully famous for Their originality and beauty. Think of the violin concerto. That has got to be the most beautiful Violin concerto ever. Think of the 4th piano concerto. I don't know much about all the classical music stuff but I have my memories attached to this one. When I was a child, my favourite episode of looney tunes was the "rhapsody bunny" where buggs plays the masterpiece "hungarian rhapsody" from franz liszt. Williams is incredibly popular with his film scores. However, how many of the great classical composers in the past wouldn't have given their souls to do film if they had lived in our modern times. One of Williams influences which is all over his more suttle scores is the American great, Aaron Copland, who did touch on film scores.