Music & Sounds

“After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.”  Aldous Huxley

Words are to touch mainly your mind, while music is to touch your soul. Even if you don’t know its language you are still ravished by it. Music is our universal language.

As a medicine you’d take for a physical symptom, so you can choose the type of music you want to resonate with: a softy, mild one for your melancholic days or a stimulating, entertaining one when you feel like turning the world upside down. You can also use music as a way to show your feelings, to say “I’m sorry”, or why not, if possible, as a background for working. Sounds and music may be the perfect setting for waking up in the morning, going to bed, doing your workouts… you can combine music with almost everything in your life.

Music developed so much that all the genres and sub-genres cannot but make us happy for such a wide range of choices. Rock, jazz, opera, blues, folk, traditional, electronic, pop, country, allow us to find energy, relief, joy, motivation, inspiration, sadness, melancholy. Nothing easier to help us change moods than playing a song.

 

If we hadn’t had a soul, music would have created it” (Emil Cioran).

 

Ha-Ha-Happy Holidays!

Conquer the World! – motivational playlist

La Vie en Rose! – French music playlist

The Everlasting Classic – classical music playlist

The Miracle of Love – love songs playlist

 

Let yourself carried away on the wings of music through our musical time travel!

Great singers that we consider inspirational:

  • Adele
  • Mariah Carey
  • Michael Jackson
  • Rod Stewart
  • Josh Groban
  • Bruce Springsteen
  • Eric Clapton
  • George Michael
  • Bob Marley

 

Everlasting bands

  • Metallica
  • Iron Maiden
  • Deep Purple
  • Guns N’ Roses
  • Bon Jovi
  • AC DC
  • Depeche Mode
  • Gotan Project
  • Abba
  • RHCP
  • Coldplay

 

Classical Music

– Medieval era

– Renaissance era
– Baroque era:

  • G. F. Handel
  • J.J. Quantz
  • G.B. Pergolesi

– Classical era:

  • C. W. Gluck
  • C.P. E. Bach
  • J. Haydn
  • J. C. Bach
  • W.A. Mozart
  • L. W. Beethoven
  • F. Schubert

– Romantic era:

  • L. W. Beethoven
  • N. Paganini
  • Carl Maria von Weber
  • G. Rossini
  • F. Schubert
  • G. Donizetti
  • H. Berlioz
  • Johann Strauss I
  • Felix Mendelssohn
  • F. Chopin
  • R. Schumann
  • F. Liszt
  • R. Wagner
  • G. Verdi
  • J. Offenbach
  • Cesar Franck
  • Bedrich Smetana
  • Johann Strauss II
  • Alexander Borodin
  • Johannes Brahms
  • Camille Saint-Saens
  • P.I. Tchaikovsky
  • A. Dvorak
  • E. Grieg
  • N. Rimsky-Korsakov
  • G. Faure
  • G. Puccini
  • G. Mahler
  • R. Strauss
  • J. Sibelius
  • Alexander Scriabin
  • Sergei Rachmaninoff

– 20th century:

  • G. Mahler
  • C. Debussy
  • R. Strauss
  • J. Sibelius
  • Arnold Schoenberg
  • Charles Ives
  • Maurice Ravel
  • Bela Bartok
  • G. Enescu
  • Igor Stravinsky
  • Anton Webern
  • Edgar Varese
  • Alban Berg
  • Hector Villa-Lobos
  • Sergei Prokofiev
  • Arthur Honegger
  • Paul Hindemith
  • Carl Orff
  • George Gershwin
  • Francis Poulenc
  • Aaron Copland
  • Dmitri Shostakovich
  • Olivier Messiaen
  • Leonard Bernstein
  • Karlheinz Stockhausen
  • Enio Morricone
  • Krzysztof Penderecki
  • Philip Glass

 

Great jazz voices:

 

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