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#Classical

  • Ocean Eyes (Recomposed By Orbital)
    Orbital.
    11:06
    Ambient
    14,999

    Instrumental Recomposed of the song "Ocean Eyes"

  • Timeless Love.
    M2♫
    03:54
    Piano
    11,677
  • improvisation for a few people who sat in silence for 83 seconds
    Alicks
    05:35
    7,335

    have a good night

  • Lost Without You (Freya Ridings Cover)
    Dexter Britain
    03:35
    Soundtrack
    5,591

    I had a very strange, but cinematic dream and at the end of it, for the finale I could hear Freya Ridings singing this amazingly poignant and beautiful song. As an homage to it and my crazy dream, I've tried creating an orchestral "Dexter Britain" interpretation This track can't be released, but you can listen to it here for free.

  • Yaar Nu Mana Lay Kulli Da Bhanwain Kakh Na Rahway Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
    Hishaam Faisal Siddique Music
    06:32
    Qawali
    7,481

    Jiven Manda e Yar Noon Mana Le 1976 Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Yaar Nu Mana Lay Kulli Da Bhanwain Kakh Na Rahway Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan This is a very very rare Qawali song by Legend found from the youtube 77khudgharz channel. The original Audio on youtube is very noisy. However I tried to remove the noise and enhanced the audio with some reverb effect to make it audible. follow me at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1jrMiGeU6iKlPVsuHmslqQ twitter.com/jaanshaam facebook.com/jaanshaam facebook.com/faisalsiddiqueofficial

  • Screensaver Prelude
    Slow Meadow
    03:51
    Ambient
    824

    This is a prelude to the coming full length album.

  • Damasco
    Luca Longobardi
    05:22
    Classica
    4,131

    original music: luca longobardi I started to write this track as a counterpoint excercise, exploring the possibilities behind the common mistakes you can encounter in studying Harmony (parallel and hidden 5th, harmonic syncopation, unprepared 7th, etc). It ended up in a piano and orchestra piece with its own formal and emotional indipendence.

  • Eugen Doga - My Sweet And Tender Beast Waltz
    Careless Music
    03:29
    Classical
    913
  • Cloud Symphony (Piano)
    Shook (Official)
    03:56
    Piano
    2,675
  • Toby Fox - Deltarune - 40 Before the Story
    Deltarune OST
    01:28
    12,030
  • Lament (Part 2)
    myuu
    03:43
    Piano
    1,984
  • Lubomyr Melnyk - Barcarolle
    Erased Tapes
    08:00
    3,143

    Lubomyr Melnyk shares a new piece Barcarolle, taken from his forthcoming new album Fallen Trees out on December 7th, coinciding with his 70th birthday. Originally composed for the National Ballet of Canada production of The Dreamers Ever Leave You, a modern ballet piece from the Choreographer Robert Binet, Barcarolle glides along like its traditional meaning; that of a folk song sung by Venetian gondoliers on the water. Lubomyr explains; "It offers a sort of tree ballet atmosphere, reminding us that trees move in different dimensions to us. So this music is a reminder of trees and how happy they are in their dancing, albeit they dance heavily and with a certain sombreness. It is a sad Barcarolle since the tree is reminiscing. Barcarolle is not really a dance, but a song of water, waves and boats. A barge on the waves of time. The title is of course from the classical music domain and this piece, of all the works in the album, is the most classical in character. People must never forget the beautiful and wonderful world of Classical Music." Cascades of notes, canyons and rivers of sound: there’s something about Lubomyr Melnyk's music that channels the natural world at its most awe-inspiring. In Fallen Trees the connection with the environment continues, taking its cue from a long rail journey Melnyk made through Europe. Glancing out of the window as the train passed through a dark forest, he was struck by the sight of trees that had recently been felled. “They were glorious,” he says. “Even though they’d been killed, they weren’t dead. There was something sorrowful there, but also hopeful.” That sense of sadness touched by optimism infuses the album, too: rarely has Melnyk made music so shot through with melancholy and regret, but which sounds so rapt, even radiant. The five-part, 20-minute Fallen Trees is one of the most ambitious and demanding pieces he has ever created. Though the music is – as ever – Melnyk’s own, Fallen Trees once again features a number of Erased Tapes artists. Japanese vocal artist Hatis Noit, whose first EP Illogical Dance came out to much acclaim earlier this year, lends ethereal vocals, floating mysteriously above the surface of Melnyk’s eddying piano lines before diving far beneath. Other contributors include Berlin-based cellist Anne Müller, a sometime collaborator with Nils Frahm, and American singer David Allred, the most recent addition to the label family. Despite the autumnal hint in its title, there’s little suggestion of Melnyk slowing down. Having received critical acclaim and co-headlining the prestigious Royal Festival Hall as part of the Erased Tapes 10th anniversary celebrations, after many years his audience is now both global and growing. The composer is finally gaining a momentum in his career that matches the vibrant, highly active energy of his playing. Erased Tapes presents Lubomyr's 70th birthday concert at London's EartH on January 24, with very special guests Peter Broderick and Hatis Noit, plus support from Anne Muller. Pre-order Fallen Trees LP/CD/DL: https://www.erasedtapes.com/release/eratp116-lubomyr-melnyk-fallen-trees

  • Dreamr
    G-Whiz
    01:39
    Folk & Singer-Songwriter
    413
  • Without Me Halsey
    FreaK
    03:26
    1,170
  • Divenire
    Safena 10
    07:53
    Classical
    4,967
  • Ya'arub - A Magical Place
    Nejer
    02:27
    Classical
    1,891
  • The First Scream
    Safena 10
    04:42
    Classical
    4,878
  • Nonentity
    paperswan
    03:55
    Piano
    723