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The Best of the Most Relaxing Classical Music in the Universe
Johann Pachelbel, Johann Sebastian Bach, Claude Debussy
The Best of the Most Relaxing Classical Music in the Universe
Genres: Special Interest, New Age, Classical
 
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This really is relaxing...
C. Peery | Edmond, Oklahoma USA | 02/01/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I loved all the songs on this! It really has a collection of relaxing songs on it! It all comes together to make it peaceful."
Composers
squarepegger | 10/30/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)

"In case anybody cares, here are the composers for the tracks:

1.Canon in D -- Pachelbel
2.Air on a G String -- Bach
3.Claire de Lune -- Debussy
4.Aquarium (misspelled) -- Saint-Saens
5.Gymnopedie #1 -- Satie
6.Pathetique Sonata II -- Beethoven
7.New World Symphony II -- Dvorak
8.Nocturne in F -- Chopin
9.Fur Elise -- Beethoven
10.The Swan -- Saint-Saens
11.Goldberg Variations, Aria -- Bach
12.Piano Concerto #2 I -- Rachmaninoff
13.Recuerdos -- Tarrega
14.Song Without Words -- Mendelssohn
15.Ave Maria -- Gounod (after Bach)

Some of the ID3 tags have the orchestra conductor's name in the composer ID3 field; most of the composer fields are blank.

I appreciate all the free albums and tracks from Amazon. I wish they were more careful with ID3 tags.

Track 5 seems to have some vinyl surface noise.

The price is right. Delete any tracks you don't like. They're mostly old warhorses. If you don't have any classical music in your collection, this isn't a bad start."
Peaceful
J. Kautz | Reno, NV United States | 10/13/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"A wonderful collection of soft and relaxing classical music. I am an average guy that owns no classical albums and is only familiar with classical songs that that are in pop culture. I recognized and enjoyed every song on this album."