Classical music, for its variety and beauty, is almost impossible to define its best themes. But in this video, we will give you the ten most sublime works, according to the music lovers.
1. Undoubtedly, the one that could top the list is the Ninth Symphony by Ludwing Van Beethoven. It is the last symphony of this great teacher of music in the history of humanity and has come to mark the greatest transcendence by the sublimity it expresses.
2. Next we have the Requiem or Mass of the Dead by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, another great master of music without equal, and in this work of his authorship, we can appreciate the most exciting and lofty music. And it is not for less, because he composed it while he was dying, therefore, he never heard it physically; everything arose from his powerful creative imagination and he was dictating it to his disciple. He died with the incomplete work, but with an incredible legacy for the whole world.
3. As a third alternative of the ten best songs of classical music, we find the Parsifal by Richard Wagner. Both its introductory, as the development of the content of the work, and its end, are extremely moving and ecstatic.
4. And not because he is in the fourth place, but because he is one of the best, the Passion according to St John and also According to St Matthew, by Johan Sebastian Bach, they must be too highlighted in the main works of the whole humanity.
5. The Four Seasons of Antonio Vivaldi, also top the list. Spring, Autumn, Winter and Summer exalt the beauty of nature, artistically and devotionally embodied in music.
6. We can not leave out the Nocturnes by Friederich Chopin, magnificent works performed on piano with an indescribable exquisiteness.
7. Another great theme of this select musical genre is Orfeo and Euridice, by Gluck. A mythological history of ancient Greece and a true drama of love and spirituality, very much in the style of the Divine Comedy.
8. And speaking of the Divine Comedy, precisely this is another masterpiece of classical music, composed by Franz Liszt, who also created melodious jewelry such as El Faust and many others.
9. A more contemporary work, but also part of the most important classical compositions, is the Swan Lake, by Tchaikovsky.
10. And to finish the list, we must evoke again the teacher Ludwing Van Beethoven, with his Choral Fantasy, very much like the Ninth Symphony, with celestial choirs that leave the sensitive spectator speechless.
April 2, 2019
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