Top 65 Classical Music Masterpieces Everyone Knows, But Not Everybody Knows Their Titles

The most iconic pieces of classical music you definitely have to know. The greatest instrumental songs that everyone knows, but no one knows the name of, even though almost everyday we hear them on TV shows or in commercials. Mozart, Chopin, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and much more. This is real classic!

Almost all of these classical music masterpieces (and some extra ones) you can find in full length in my new video, which gives you over 3,5 hours of wonderful music:

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Every composition from this video exists as a public domain or creative common content.

The fragment of Debussy’s “Suite bergamasque” performed by Laurens Goedhart.
Dvorak’s “Serenade for Strings” performed by the Virtual Philharmonic Orchestra (Reinhold Behringer) with digital samples.
Liszt’s “Liebesträume” performed by Martha Goldstein.
Piano version of Mozart’s “Requiem in D minor” performed by Markus Staab.
Satie’s “Gnossiennes” performed by La Pianista.
Richard Wagner’s “Also Sprach Zarathustra” performed by Kevin MacLeod.
The fragments of Vivaldi’s “Spring”, “Summer” and “Autumn” performed by John Harrison.

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20 thoughts on “Top 65 Classical Music Masterpieces Everyone Knows, But Not Everybody Knows Their Titles

  1. I hope you like it 😉 If you do, rate, comment and share to another people to give them a chance to watch this video. Also if you want to listen to these recordings in their full time, you can find almost all of them in their full length in a one single youtube video under following link! Enjoy it!

  2. No one:
    Me: *playing Fallout4, listening to Classical Radio, then ditching game audio and listening to classical playlists on YouTube instead*

  3. 00:54 forming a dragon kite, fending off ghosts, and putting a key together to get a mystery prize
    1:48 retrieving a present that fell off the sleigh and helping your rocket get some shuteye
    2:13 returning Saturn one of its fallen rings and finding out how this group formed
    2:39 helping a goose return to its group, avoiding traps on the way out and saving a toy airplane
    4:03 a totem pole that grows taller and a woodpecker
    4:30 feeding animals in Africa
    4:38 balloons that went too far or a mouse going after the moon in Switzerland
    5:32 teaching your rocket how to dance
    6:00 finding an outfit for a caterpillar and finding the missing invitation of a butterfly
    7:29 two mice and a cat skating on ice
    9:01 three pigs on airplanes and a rematch of a race
    9:45 feeding animals in Africa 2
    9:56 befriending a, well, bumblebee and getting over your fear of the dark
    10:09 breaking out of a gingerbread house and a golden goose out of its cage
    10:35 waking up a sleeping bassoon
    11:20 freeing a hermit crab
    12:18 getting back a baton
    12:25 a musical pet
    13:20 scaring off hiccups and solving the mystery of a pyramid in egypt
    13:44 finding treasure and helping a kangaroo get to the sydney opera house
    13:57 getting back to normal size and helping a tulip bloom, because, yes, it is springtime
    14:13 having magic instruments at your disposal

    if you get any of these references, you’ve had an awesome childhood

  4. I know like half of these for the sole reason that I watched Little Einsteins growing up.

  5. It’s great to hear a lot of these amazing pieces used in Tom and Jerry, got to mention “The Nutcracker Tale”

  6. I know quite a few of these but only because I play violin and have played a bunch of them otherwise I would not remember the names. I really enjoyed listening to this and just thinking of all my favorite classical pieces.

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