Good evening darlings. I am back with another article on my favorite classical pieces but this time I tried to include more and to introduce a whole spectrum of various styles that I enjoy listening, as I promised before. The thing is there is no specific concept to it, I just wrote down the first thing that came to my mind and this is the result. I hope you'll like it.

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Let's start, shall we...

1. Ludovico Einaudi - Nefeli

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Ludovico Maria Enrico Einaudi is an Italian modern classical composer and pianist, born in 1955. He released Nefeli in 1999, and his early work is closest to classical music I would say, because later on he experimented with a lot of different genres including world music, pop, folk etc. What I love the most is the simplicity and familiarity, I love the cord progression, it's actually a piece that can back up any story you imagine. I actually used pictures that are the most similar to what I have in mind while I listen to Nefeli.

2. Baldassare Galuppi - Piano Sonata No.5 in C major

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Baldassare Galuppi was a Venetian composer from the 18th century, he was known as "the father of comic opera", but due to some unfortunate events including Napoleon's invasion of Venice, his manuscripts and many of his pieces were scattered and lost. We have a major key here, it's so dynamic and joyous, I would say colourful and so energetic and harmonic, kind of brings happiness to a listener. It's so bright, I love it!

3. Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach - Allegretto in F major

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Also known as Bückeburg Bach. Well this is not Johann Sebastian, I reckon if I wrote Bach only, people would be confused so I had to put his full name. JCF Bach was actually Johann Sebastian's fifth son. He was a harpsichordist and a composer. His style was mostly high Baroque. Another major key, this is such a precious piece and it makes my heart flutter, it's like a thousand little lights in the sky, like a fun summer day on a beach, just a happy melody. It sounds yellow to me. Crepuscular rays of sunlight sneaking through the curtains in the morning.

4. Jean-Baptiste Barrière - 6 Cello Sonatas: No. 4 in G Major: I. Andante

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Jean-Baptiste Barrière was a French cellist and composer of the early 18th century. He was born in Bordeaux and died in Paris, at 40 years of age. This is such an emotional, sonorous and harmonic piece. It is quite complex and has a rich sound. It's easy to relax and completely dive into it and just let it flow through your ears. Magnificent.

5. Georgy Sviridov - The Snowstorm Waltz

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Georgy Vasilyevich Sviridov was a Russian neoromantic composer whose work was heavily influenced by Alexander Pushkin. He composed a cycle of lyrical romances based on Pushkin's poems including this waltz, and other musical illustrations that were originally written for the eponymous 1964 film based on the short story from Pushkin's The Tales of the Late Ivan Petrovich Belkin. This is such an epic piece. If I had to choose music to dance the first dance with my future husband to, on our wedding day - this is the one. It's flawless, so grand-sounding and intricate and I'm out of words. It gives me such Anna Karenina vibes.

Well, that would be it for this article, I hope you like it. If you'd like me to write more about this topic and give recommendations, please give me some feedback, I don't want to bother you with some content you don't like, so yeah...

Thank you for reading and staying til the end, have a nice day and a pleasant evening! Until next time!

- love ,she》wolf