The Best of Piano: The most beautiful classical piano pieces for relax study

The Best of Piano: this is a special compilation of some of the standards of classical piano, released on a very special day – Beethoven’s 250th birthday anniversary. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!

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Tracklist thanks to Kater:
0:00 Debussy – Clair de lune
5:34 Chopin – Nocturne No. 20 in C# Minor, Op Posth
9:47 Tchaikovsky – Waltz of the Flowers
17:32 Schubert – Serenade
23:47 Beethoven – FΓΌr Elise
26:24 Kreisler/Rachmaninoff – Liebesleid
31:02 Tchaikovsky – Dance of The Sugar Plum Fairy
33:05 Chopin – Prelude in E Minor (Op 28 No. 4)
36:06 Vivaldi – Winter
39:49 Beethoven – Moonlight Sonata Mvt. 1
46:57 Mozart – Rondo Alla Turca
50:10 Chopin – Fantaisie Impromptu
55:56 Liszt – Un Sospiro
1:01:22 Debussy – RΓͺverie
1:06:39 Satie – Gymnopedie No. 1
1:10:25 Bach – Prelude in C Major
1:12:52 Liszt – Liebestraum No. 3
1:17:17 Chopin – Waltz In C# Minor Op. 64 No. 2
1:21:31 Ravel – Pavane Pour Une Infante DΓ©funte
1:28:47 Debussy – Arabesque No. 1
1:33:43 Chopin – Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2
1:38:22 Mozart – Sonata K.545 Mvt. 1
1:43:25 Liszt – Consolation No. 3
1:48:28 Petzold – Minuet in G
1:50:17 Vivaldi – Spring Mvt 1
1:54:00 Chopin – Etude Op. 10 No. 3
1:58:31 Debussy – La Cathedrale Engloutie
2:04:46 Chopin – Prelude Op 28 No. 15 “Raindrop”
2:10:32 Mozart – 12 Variations on “Ah, vous dirai-je maman”
2:24:19 Bach – Air (Arr. Siloti)
2:29:38 Chopin – Prelude Op. 28 No. 6

Honorable mention to Giuseppe Agresta, Charlie Shiptest, Sophie H.,
Michal Valla, sam smith & Ulysse Plays Piano for compiling the tracklist also.

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20 thoughts on “The Best of Piano: The most beautiful classical piano pieces for relax study

  1. Well this isn’t exactly the video I had planned for today – there is something big behind the scenes that is being planned for Beethoven’s 250th, but alas 2020 has been the year it has and things have been impossible to do. I’ve had a lot of people asking for a playlist of the videos without outros, so I put together a whole compilation of them for those who wish to listen to the more relaxing ones all in one sitting πŸ˜€ By the way, I’ll be hanging out around Discord more these holidays, so if you want to come chat, join me here β™₯

  2. Its that kind of video where you hit the like button at 00:00 minutes in :’)

  3. Do you sell your covers somewhere in wav or flac format? Spotify is just meh to an audiophile πŸ˜›

  4. I don’t understand how one can relax while listening to these masterpieces. These are not easy listening by any stretch of the imagination

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  6. As a pianist, I really enjoy playing Satie’s music. It is so incredibly simplistic and soothing at the same time. That’s what I call a genius…

  7. Beautifully played. That beginning of Clair de Lune is just so hauntingly beautiful and ethereal. I love it. Also realizing that both Chopin and Debussy were geniuses. Also what the hell is wrong with 702 people? How can you not like this? Even if you dislike classical music, at least respect the work it takes to learn all this and put together a 2+ hour video without ONE error!

  8. It’s been a long time since I haven’t played piano. Learned it for 6 years and then left it aside to study chemistry. You made me want to start learning again! Going to start with the Sunken Cathedral from Debussy. Such a Wonderful piece

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