🎻 32 really famous classical pieces you've heard and don't know the name! 🎶

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Everyone has heard one of these pieces before! But did you know the name and the author? Maybe not... Enjoy! :)
Since this video passed 1M views I made an improved version to correct many errors and issues I didn't put to much care into in the first version... I'd never guessed this would have been popular!
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  • Classical Power

    Classical Power

    6 mesi fa

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    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      4 mesi fa

      @Earth Mother That's why I've put it ahah

    • 99 99

      99 99

      4 mesi fa

      From this video we can know the famous song write

    • Ugly German Truths

      Ugly German Truths

      4 mesi fa

      @Classical Power The title just sounds like a challenge ;) Thus spoke Zarathustra is definitely a common translation of the book AND the musical piece.

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      4 mesi fa

      @Ugly German Truths Actually the only reasons I've chosen those titles are because these musics are just most commonly known as such, maybe it's me but I've never seen eine kleine nachtmusik traslated in english while I see "Blue Danue" all the time. Secondly I don't know why some people like you take for granted that this is a "quiz" and proceed to comment as if it was: this is definitely not made as a quiz and indeed it isn't. I've made two "classical quizzes" if you are interested btw. (...Also sprach Zarathustra by Wagner??)

    • Ugly German Truths

      Ugly German Truths

      4 mesi fa

      I'm just a bit confused by the wild mix of using the original titles and substituting sometimes pretty vague english translations instead. Noticed it first with "Blue Danube" that should be named An der Schönen blauen Donau if you go with Mozart using the title "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik". Also pretty sure "Morning Mood" by Grieg had a very unpronouncable norvegian original title and so on... Later you go back to german with "also Sprach Zarathustra" by Wagner, but there is an english translation. The mix is just confusing and hard to get behind if you want to quiz with the pieces. And then there is of course the problem that you do not ALLOW the watchers to quiz as you immediately show the titles. At least make the first 2/3 of the playtime of each piece without words and then reveal for the last few seconds. But a good selection, well chosen representations/recordings of the titles and most will probably guess few titles or composers correctly. Also very daring to tease the patience of the big Mouse Corporation so with using their material for the Sorceror's apprentice and Bald Mountain with the Fantasia Clips. But why then did you NOT put the images of Goofy and his orchestra playing the OUVERTURE from "Guillem Tell" (or ouverture from William Tell) when that bit arrived?? Stay consistent in your insanity, please! :D

  • Dreamer_ 101

    Dreamer_ 101

    Anno fa

    0:0 Ode to Joy - Beethoven
    0:14 Eine Kleenex nachtmusik - Mozart
    0:25 Blue Danube - J Strauss II
    0:40 Waltz n2 - Shostakovich
    0:52 In the hall of the mountain king - Grieg
    1:04 Swan lake - Tchaikovsky
    1:20 Barcarolle - Offenbach
    1:34 Habanera (Carmen) - Bizet
    1:53 Libiam’ - Verdi
    2:15 Air on the G string - Bach
    2:33 Flight of the bumblebee - Rimsky-Korsakov
    2:50 Ride of the Valkyries - Wagner
    3:02 Night of the Bald Mountain - Mussorgsky
    3:25 Radetzky’s March - J Strauss I
    3:39 Wedding march - Mendelssohn
    3:57 Bridal chorus - Wagner
    4:13 Waltz of the flowers - Tchaikovsky
    4:27 5th symphony - Beethoven
    4:37 The spring (four season) - Vivaldi

    • WSTF

      WSTF

      27 giorni fa

      Thank you❤️

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      Mese fa

      @StonyTark Yes: he spoilers the tracks and thus people just skip and don't watch longer, I don't want this to happen and so I don't put timestamps on these kind of compilations. It's a very hard work to make them also graphically interesting and if I wanted people to just skip I would have made just a basic background with titles but this is not the case. Happy now?

    • Kieran

      Kieran

      Mese fa

      @StonyTark Absolutely agree with you here

    • StonyTark

      StonyTark

      Mese fa

      @Classical Power bullshit, you just want people to watch longer, this guy did what you should've done.

    • GooGooGaaGaa

      GooGooGaaGaa

      2 mesi fa

      @Classical Power lol

  • uss017007

    uss017007

    8 mesi fa

    Tom and Jerry was my first introduction to several of these compositions.

    • Kiro Todorov

      Kiro Todorov

      2 giorni fa

      🤣😆😆 truth, thanks Tom&Jerry 😊

    • SUHAIL KHAN XIIA

      SUHAIL KHAN XIIA

      7 giorni fa

      Yeah

    • Robert Gross

      Robert Gross

      9 giorni fa

      Classical music was popular in cartoons because the tunes were widely recognized, well adaptable to the action, and royalty free because they were out of copyright.

    • RULE FRANCE

      RULE FRANCE

      15 giorni fa

      Me too

    • abebaw tsegaye

      abebaw tsegaye

      20 giorni fa

      My man!!!!

  • TheSiegeKnight

    TheSiegeKnight

    Anno fa

    Long enough to identify the piece, not so long as to drag on. Simply perfect.

    • Brian Cornish

      Brian Cornish

      12 giorni fa

      Yes some of these pieces drag on for hours

    • Tanuja Singh

      Tanuja Singh

      5 mesi fa

      I agree

    • MajesticAaa

      MajesticAaa

      6 mesi fa

      @Classical Power yes very good job

    • Alien Racer

      Alien Racer

      7 mesi fa

      Drag on...you serious? 👽

  • Charlie Dumesnil Jr

    Charlie Dumesnil Jr

    7 mesi fa

    1:10 Typical Christmas Dance Recital Music
    1:35 my high school played this as a marching show
    3:41-4:09 end of life for some guys and gals
    5:59 my high school played this for a half time show
    6:19 “Gopher Tuna need more tuna”
    7:40 the song every band hates to play at graduation
    8:02 possibly used for horse racing
    8:13 First man on moon and 2001 space odyssey
    sorry for so many edits; trying to figure out where i’ve heard these songs before

    • Svenya Helu

      Svenya Helu

      3 mesi fa

      Actually, pomp and Circumstances is something like a school hymn at my school. We play it 2 to 3 times a year, but every time, everyone loves it and feels honoured to be able to play it

    • Andrew Chavez

      Andrew Chavez

      4 mesi fa

      My choir had to sing pomp and circumstance at graduation one year. Just...imagine singing the same song on loop for two hours straight. And also pray for my past self's vocal chords

    • dylan farnum

      dylan farnum

      4 mesi fa

      Gopher tuna need more tuna lmao

    • Karl Smith

      Karl Smith

      4 mesi fa

      Blue Danube was also used in "2001:A Space Odyssey" Also, the "William Tell Overture" is most notably thought of as the theme of "The Lone Ranger"

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      7 mesi fa

      Ahahah more ore less, that could be where most of these are heard, yes...

  • 1959teddybear

    1959teddybear

    8 mesi fa

    I've heard lots of these pieces but never knew the name of the composer or songs. Great job. Thanks so much for posting this video.

    • Ernesto Gasulla

      Ernesto Gasulla

      4 mesi fa

      There are symphonies, symphonic poems, divertimenti, opera arias, concerti grossi, parts of suites... pretty much everything except songs. (You would have done ok just repeating "pieces")

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      8 mesi fa

      Thank you for watching!

  • Thetruth156 Real

    Thetruth156 Real

    8 mesi fa

    It always amazes me how so many composers like Beethoven only had a head and no body, yet somehow made such wonderful music.

    • Johann Sebastian Bach

      Johann Sebastian Bach

      2 mesi fa

      But Liszt and Chopin have body.

    • Benard Löwe

      Benard Löwe

      2 mesi fa

      Beethoven without body is a complete thing because nobody is perfect

    • bait

      bait

      3 mesi fa

      Lmao

    • PanglossDr

      PanglossDr

      4 mesi fa

      I thought that too as a child. My dad had 5 busts across the mantlepiece, Liszt, Haydn, Beethoven, Bach and Mozart. Beethoven was in the middle and bigger than the others.

    • Ernesto Gasulla

      Ernesto Gasulla

      4 mesi fa

      And not even a fully working one... ears were defective.

  • Amanda Zamora

    Amanda Zamora

    2 giorni fa

    I heard all of these beautiful Classical musical pieces from each of these different composers when I was a child to now because it was either from movies, television shows, cartoons, being on hold on the phone, outdoor and indoor concerts, the radio, Spotify, YouTube, and Pandora. ❤️ 💙 💜 💖

  • Doris Ferreras

    Doris Ferreras

    8 giorni fa

    Me hubiera gustado que estuvieran las piezas completas para agregarlo en mi lista de canciones!!😊

  • Patrick Yip

    Patrick Yip

    8 mesi fa

    Having the year of composition really helps put the pieces in historical context.

    • Caters Carrots

      Caters Carrots

      2 mesi fa

      @Paul WL I was confused at that too, I was like "1802? But that's when he wrote his second symphony. And Beethoven's not like Mozart. Mozart could compose a symphony in a month, Beethoven's took over a year for most of them."

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      3 mesi fa

      If you look in the description you'll find the "REMASTERED" version, where I have corrected these errors and other stuff.

    • Mary Ann

      Mary Ann

      6 mesi fa

      @Paul WL 1804 to 1808. Simple to look up.

    • Mary Ann

      Mary Ann

      6 mesi fa

      Same here!

    • Paul WL

      Paul WL

      8 mesi fa

      @Classical Power 1802 for Beethoven's Fifth??

  • Fahad

    Fahad

    3 mesi fa

    As a non-western, I've always liked Tom & Jerry's music. Knowing that they're pieces of famous composer' work makes sense, but blows my mind at the same time.

  • Youtube commenter gal

    Youtube commenter gal

    3 mesi fa

    I heard most of these as a child. Swan lake and Waltz of the flowers I heard in Barbies as well as other pieces here. Others in Disney shows and others in movie trailers or movies. Others in ads. It's amazing that all these people wrote such beautiful music that is used up til today and is a part of modern culture. I feel bad that I only two a few of their names: Beethoven, Mozart and Tchaikovsky. All the others I don't know but I appreciate the beauty and art they brought to millions.

  • TtothaJ Blair

    TtothaJ Blair

    Giorno fa

    As amazing and classic as these all are…
    John Williams stands on top of composing for me. The man has learned from all of these people to further his own abilities. He has created iconic music to match not only with our modern films but with our minds!
    I love it.
    Again these were all great classics though too.

  • DoodleBug

    DoodleBug

    8 mesi fa

    Idk if it’s just me but this music makes me feel like I’m in another world

    • Simone Nagal

      Simone Nagal

      23 giorni fa

      @wingnut a glass of tofu with orange juice and bananas at the side in sealand

    • wingnut

      wingnut

      24 giorni fa

      it makes me feel like im in a ballroom with waaayy too many fragile things for me or a world where its all flowers and sakura trees

    • Simone Nagal

      Simone Nagal

      3 mesi fa

      it make me feel chill

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      8 mesi fa

      Another beautiful world?

  • Norman Riggs

    Norman Riggs

    9 mesi fa

    It always amazes me that human being scan commit the worst crimes against humanity and at least try and destroy the world and yet are still capable of this kind of talent and beauty. Amazing!!

    • PIPOLADOIDA

      PIPOLADOIDA

      Giorno fa

      Earth is Hell and Heaven at the same time

    • LILIANA GRESS

      LILIANA GRESS

      6 mesi fa

      how he felt after sayong that🐶👺

    • Echo

      Echo

      6 mesi fa

      @Deirdre Collins Yes he hated the Catholic Church... Your point?

    • PhoenixFlameGames

      PhoenixFlameGames

      6 mesi fa

      @typewriter (very old fashioned example, but its to explain circumstances) Let's say you need to choose between saving someone's life or getting their wallet with a lot of money in it. No one is looking. Some people would go for the money instead of the person. However, if someone was looking, a lot of people who would normally choose the money would now save the person instead.

  • William Styers

    William Styers

    8 mesi fa

    I'm 71 and remember a lot of these from old WB cartoons. Sadly our kids and grandkids never hear these masterpieces on Spongebob and the like

    • DC Mook

      DC Mook

      2 mesi fa

      I’m 19. All my friends are so into their phones and laptops it’s absurd. They’re all telling me about the newest hip hop and pop, but classical is what I love the most! If that’s what makes me the nerd of my group, that’s fine haha

    • Nawal Singh Rawat

      Nawal Singh Rawat

      3 mesi fa

      @EL BAJIO INFORMA wow wonderful to know ✌🙂

    • Nawal Singh Rawat

      Nawal Singh Rawat

      3 mesi fa

      It's wonderful to read your comment and know about your childhood memories. Different generations are connected together by music and cartoons. God bless you.

    • DTXSpeaks

      DTXSpeaks

      4 mesi fa

      I mean there's plenty of cartoons, youtube videos etc that have these songs. Then there is the Judge Judy theme which sample Beethoven's 5th Symphony. Honestly I'm pretty sure kids and young adults know these pieces.

    • DumneZeus

      DumneZeus

      4 mesi fa

      @Classical Power maybe RichyMan31 is already 87...

  • Gaby Busby

    Gaby Busby

    7 giorni fa

    This was so great to listen to. Finally can put the names to the pieces. Thanks!

  • Erma Gerhd

    Erma Gerhd

    7 mesi fa

    In my opinion rock music and classical fuse so well together. Queen and Muse are two modern examples I can think of that take inspiration from classical or orchestral, but even hearing just rock covers or rock bands collaborating with orchestras it’s a gorgeous sound and I wish there was more of it

    • Danalyn Tuthill

      Danalyn Tuthill

      2 giorni fa

      I even liked Walter Murphy's "A fifth of Beethoven" based on his Fifth Symphony. It fused classical and disco. Who knew it would work so well.

    • Mila Polk

      Mila Polk

      3 mesi fa

      R. Strauss for Opening Elvis concerts?

  • EagleOneM

    EagleOneM

    Giorno fa

    Great compilation of some great music.
    My favorite is still Carmina Burana which I had the chance to enjoy live here in Dallas a few years ago... masterful..
    Amazing how many of this music was used for cartoons or series like Poirot... Loved it! Thanks for sharing...

  • Dee Westhill

    Dee Westhill

    4 mesi fa

    Yesterday while standing in line at a supermarket, among other Christmas music on the intercom was Tschaikovsky's Waltz of the Flowers. Since i virtually never hear any classical music in stores, that was so overwhelming i nearly burst into tears for sheer happiness. I wish that would happen more often.

    • DC Mook

      DC Mook

      2 mesi fa

      @Dee Westhill I hope so too! It was surprising, as I’m a student in a college town so I didn’t think I’d hear classical haha

    • Dee Westhill

      Dee Westhill

      2 mesi fa

      @DC Mook It was FoodsCo in Sacramento, CA. I'm thrilled to hear other stores are playing the good stuff too! I hope that will be a trend.

    • DC Mook

      DC Mook

      2 mesi fa

      Was it by chance a Smiths grocery store in Utah? i was just there and heard the same piece.

    • Dee Westhill

      Dee Westhill

      4 mesi fa

      @Classical Power It really would!

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      4 mesi fa

      That would a pretty nicer world wouldn't it?

  • david burr

    david burr

    8 mesi fa

    Childhood cartoons were filled with these!!

    • Nightrose nightcore 73

      Nightrose nightcore 73

      Mese fa

      Yea

    • Braden

      Braden

      3 mesi fa

      @danendra nararya yes!

    • Old Arthur Morgan

      Old Arthur Morgan

      5 mesi fa

      Funnily enough yeah lmao

    • danendra nararya

      danendra nararya

      8 mesi fa

      Like Little Einsteins?

    • Leda Saenz

      Leda Saenz

      8 mesi fa

      Sounds to me like those cds that said Classical music for those who don't like it

  • May Mallett

    May Mallett

    5 mesi fa

    I’m so proud I knew these😱 I love classical music, definitely underrated

  • Aqua Fruit

    Aqua Fruit

    Mese fa

    My favorite classical writers have to be Beethoven, Bizet, Mozart, Strauss Jr, and Tchaikovsky. All amazing composers.

  • Robert Edwards

    Robert Edwards

    9 mesi fa

    The short pieces of Music and Images of each Composer complement each other Perfectly. 😄

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      9 mesi fa

      Thanks :)

  • Yukimaru676

    Yukimaru676

    28 giorni fa

    My father loved classical Music☺️ so I know many of them. I'm still a Fan😁

  • William Soltes

    William Soltes

    6 mesi fa

    Thank you so much. The recording samples are just long enough that I can identify the song, and now I can put a name and composer to it. Like many, I heard these songs through works such as Disney's Fantasia; Stanley Kubrick's Clockwork Orange; and of course, Stanley Kubrick's 2001 A Space Odyssey, but didn't know who did them, or the titles. This has been an excellent educational tool! *****

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      6 mesi fa

      I appreciated your comment really :)

  • Kowhai P Olsen

    Kowhai P Olsen

    2 mesi fa

    So cool, I wish I could pronounce their names. I'd feel like an expert 😂

  • Gallant Gamer

    Gallant Gamer

    7 mesi fa

    7:27. I have been looking for this since I was 9. I'm 19. I first heard it from Ren and Stimpy, then Fallout 4, and it always reminds me of them since!
    It always makes me feel so peaceful.

    • Gaith Ahmed

      Gaith Ahmed

      3 mesi fa

      1+

    • Leo Tängermark

      Leo Tängermark

      3 mesi fa

      @Classical Power Indeed. I listen to other music too but there isn't really anything that can get to me the same way rachmaninov's second piano concerto can when I take the time to listen through it

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      7 mesi fa

      Yes, classical music as the amazing and almost magical power to make you feel an emotion (that's why the name of the channel), and it's far beyond even medicines or pill since they can make you feel relaxed or painless, while music can make you feel every possibile emotion ever experienced by any man in any part of his life, whether is was glorious or miserable...

  • Ilham Eka Prasetya Bakti

    Ilham Eka Prasetya Bakti

    2 mesi fa

    this is how masterpiece really can stay forever... 🥰

  • Jim Koval

    Jim Koval

    6 mesi fa

    I grew up on rock music(was even into punk in the 80's) but my all time favourite piece of music has always been Strauss's "Blue Danube". Thanks for putting this together.

    • Pavel Kuda

      Pavel Kuda

      5 mesi fa

      Hello Jim, do you know that in Dobrany, Czech Republic is street of Oty Kovala, who was famous local writer?

  • 7jannus

    7jannus

    9 mesi fa

    Excelente selección!!! La verdad imposible nombrar todas las piezas que ya forman parte de la historia del mundo!

  • DarknessGHG

    DarknessGHG

    4 mesi fa

    It’s sad, that a lot a people don’t know the name or history of such great stuff

    • tubalcain

      tubalcain

      4 mesi fa

      As long as the feel the emotions... That comes with these masterpieces.

  • Wendy W

    Wendy W

    8 mesi fa

    The Sorcerer ' s Apprentice and Night on Bald Mountain are both featured in Fantasia (about 1940), which is a true emotional experience . IMO, it's the best piece of animation EVER !

    • nigel treherne

      nigel treherne

      8 mesi fa

      Totally agree. The Sorcerer's Apprentice is an absolute cinematic milestone!

    • Venkatesh B

      Venkatesh B

      8 mesi fa

      itload.info/losk/gpK1kpVuxtOteZM/video what music is this?

  • Morsom Rotte

    Morsom Rotte

    3 mesi fa

    I’m definitely gonna use some of these for my figure skating programs!!!

    • Danalyn Tuthill

      Danalyn Tuthill

      2 giorni fa

      I think I saw a figure skater use Rachmanioff's Piano Concerto No. 2. You should also consider his "Rhapsody on a Theme of Pagnini". Both gorgeous and so melodic. Perfect for figure skating programs.

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      3 mesi fa

      Yes some are great! A friend of mine uses them too, she said "Danse macabre" is quite popular for skating if I remember correctly, and also "The Firebird" finale by Stravinskij; it's not in here but you can look it up.

  • Miss Anne Thrope

    Miss Anne Thrope

    6 mesi fa

    Thank you! You saved my sanity this morning when I woke up with a piece of music in my head and Google assist was no help because it wasn't a song with lyrics so humming it was of no use. I spent another half hour googling "powerful, fast classical music" and fast forwarding through songs. Then I stumbled upon this gem, and found it! Thank you for doing God's work and saving my sanity this Saturday morning.
    Edit: It was Carmen Overture.

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      6 mesi fa

      I'm really happy to read this :)

  • Lisa Conklin

    Lisa Conklin

    Mese fa

    I know and love so many of these, and have played at least excerpts of them in my younger years (viola). I had fun playing them for my son and seeing how man of them he knew and could at least name or was familiar with! Thank you! ❤️

  • Emmanuel Pairis

    Emmanuel Pairis

    8 mesi fa

    I don't know about art and music not into classical either but this video is AWESOME! Every time I hear this piece, EVERY time, I got shivers all over. First time I heard it in the old lucas arts game Loom, Swan Lake. I even bought the best edition I found in vinyl.

  • Anitaloves Elvis

    Anitaloves Elvis

    8 mesi fa

    I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this lovely classical music. Thank you for putting it together ❤

    • John Williams

      John Williams

      7 mesi fa

      Hello how are you nice to meet you

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      8 mesi fa

      Thank you for watching!

  • Darth Maul

    Darth Maul

    4 mesi fa

    Classic Music is so underrated!

    • Danalyn Tuthill

      Danalyn Tuthill

      2 giorni fa

      Not by people that listen to it. Look how often its used. These composers wrote a graduation theme and the Wedding March that is used to this day. Amazing. They were considered the rock stars of their day, especially if they were also performers like Liszt.

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      4 mesi fa

      True!!!

  • Roger Moore Tibbetts

    Roger Moore Tibbetts

    8 mesi fa

    My first real introduction to classical music was a classroom showing (on projector) of Peter and the Wolf (prokofiev) cartoon. The rest (after discovering Fantasia, Silly Symphonies & 2001-A Space Odyssey) as they say, is history.

  • Silke Juppenlatz

    Silke Juppenlatz

    6 mesi fa

    Grieg's Peer Gynt is one of my all time favorite classics. :) Nice to see some in here.
    And I love Danse Macabre :) (Love most of them actually)

    • A. S.

      A. S.

      3 mesi fa

      💙 Peer gynt is one of my favourite piece as well 🙈

  • Debra Rufini

    Debra Rufini

    9 mesi fa

    There are the classical experts...then there are those who 'remember it from Tom and Jerry!'

    • Cleephark

      Cleephark

      5 mesi fa

      im one of the classical experts

    • Walang magawa sa buhay Bored

      Walang magawa sa buhay Bored

      5 mesi fa

      Tom and Jerry 😭🙌🏼

    • RC64

      RC64

      5 mesi fa

      Many cartoon and movies

    • ColdWarShot

      ColdWarShot

      5 mesi fa

      @Stellar Dendrite In the case of Tom and Jerry, it was Fred Quimby who (dispute having zero sense of humor, lacked any understanding of cartoons) insisted the shorts feature an orchestra, and not the simple music normally featured. This meant both composing original pieces and supplementing it with classical pieces when necessary. It worked.

    • Will Bell

      Will Bell

      6 mesi fa

      Nope, I'm just a classical expert. I've actually been playing the cello (The second largest string instrument) for two years now. :)

  • Just Random

    Just Random

    7 mesi fa

    Can't belive I recognize 90% of these masterpieces as a South African, but then again I grew up watching Hollywood stuff, cartoon network and of course Fantasia 2000 💖

    • Jason Smith

      Jason Smith

      6 mesi fa

      Same same

    • Lesedi Mothoa

      Lesedi Mothoa

      7 mesi fa

      Same here

  • Shatarupa Sarma

    Shatarupa Sarma

    10 giorni fa

    For me no one can come close to swan lake, period. That's literally the most angelic, alluring western classical pieces I've ever heard. As soon as i listen to it i drift into some fantasy land for no reason lmao

  • Alan Potter

    Alan Potter

    8 mesi fa

    Try Tchakovsky's Nutcracker. I bet you've heard every single theme from the ballet many times.

    • Harold Anthony

      Harold Anthony

      6 mesi fa

      Very accurate. The nutcracker was what brought me to classical music, since I recognised so many!

    • Liz Toal

      Liz Toal

      8 mesi fa

      my first lp , I,m 70 and I still have it..my dad gave me love of classical music

  • Saad's Requiem for Sasuke

    Saad's Requiem for Sasuke

    3 mesi fa

    The Blue Danube I know fondly from many many places, especially Tom and Jerry, but recently from 2001: A Space Odyssey, and I was mistaking the very first one in the video Ode to Joy by Beethoven for Blue Danube until I saw this video!
    Greatly appreciated this compilation for clearing it up!

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      3 mesi fa

      ok

  • tADJELMOULOUK KERKOUCHE

    tADJELMOULOUK KERKOUCHE

    Mese fa

    Thank you alot for this amazing work 👏 💜 keep that energy up

  • he's the Master

    he's the Master

    8 mesi fa

    All brilliant music composers who heard their musical pieces in their minds first , then played the tune with a piano or
    small stringed instrument as accompaniment and put the tune to paper. Remember the piece was used in several parts
    for additional accompaniment with different musical instruments to complete the whole composition.
    Truly a rare and mystical talent that echoed out of their souls.

  • Johannes Bluemink

    Johannes Bluemink

    3 mesi fa

    Verdi's Dies Irae still gives me goose-bumps. The best of them all.

  • Allesandra

    Allesandra

    3 mesi fa

    I feel proud that each piece here has been heard by us.....😍

  • Dilakshi Silva

    Dilakshi Silva

    8 mesi fa

    Really appreciate your work. Thanks for providing these kind of important music pieces to learn the students like us.

  • Heather Garnham

    Heather Garnham

    8 mesi fa

    I am always glad my parents introduced me to classical music when I was young. I only missed two.

  • Sarah Kistler

    Sarah Kistler

    Mese fa

    Amazing! Thank you for this video! Just found your awesome channel. Keep going with your fantastic work! 😍😍❤️

  • Glue discharge

    Glue discharge

    Mese fa

    I love classic music so much

  • Mariam

    Mariam

    Mese fa

    THANK YOU SO MUCH I FINALLY FOUND THE SONGS THAT I WAS LOOKING FOR FOR YEARSSS THANK YOU AGAIN 😭💗

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      Mese fa

      Ahaha ;)

  • Anubis Paulo

    Anubis Paulo

    9 giorni fa

    *Muito bom ... abraços do Brazil ... 06/05/22*

  • Cool Observer

    Cool Observer

    8 mesi fa

    These people would be so proud to see their work in modern culture.

  • Donna Kerr

    Donna Kerr

    7 mesi fa

    I introduced my son to this music through Tom and Jerry …today he is part of the symphony.

  • Mary Ann

    Mary Ann

    6 mesi fa

    This helped me put composers on a time scale. Vivaldi, Brahms, and Mozart in the 1700s vs almost all the rest in the 19th Century.
    Appreciate the presentation. Will go back and take notes 📝
    OH, Thus spake Zarathustra! 😎 lots of research in my future!
    🙌

    • Dee Westhill

      Dee Westhill

      4 mesi fa

      Brahms was not among these, and he was in the 19th century, not 18th. I think you meant Bach.

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      6 mesi fa

      Glad it helped!

  • LangWizard

    LangWizard

    5 mesi fa

    Yup, I heard almost all of them in classic cartoons. I just love how this video makes me feel ❤️

  • Carmelita W Larrabaster

    Carmelita W Larrabaster

    4 mesi fa

    This brings back memories of my family’s tradition of proceeding to the Lanai of our home after dinners and listen to these beautiful works of the greatest musical masters.
    Thank you for sharing.

  • Gaston Ronga

    Gaston Ronga

    8 mesi fa

    Beautiful..we need more like this.

  • Cole Gillespie

    Cole Gillespie

    6 mesi fa

    I feel like classical music was simple, eloquent, calm, and tranquil. And then Beethoven was like nah. Since then it’s been who could be crazier. Tchaikovsky was like how about we add a cannon?

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      6 mesi fa

      Ahaha classical music is everything you can imagine, you just have to find the right one ;)

  • Kumquat Lord

    Kumquat Lord

    8 mesi fa

    6:13 got a chance to sing this back in high school. Absolutely INCREDIBLE experience

    • jellyfish

      jellyfish

      5 mesi fa

      I love it hi

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      8 mesi fa

      Well I can imagine 😳

  • Нурико Санрайс

    Нурико Санрайс

    3 mesi fa

    timeless classic💗

  • free2tingleASMR

    free2tingleASMR

    5 mesi fa

    I love most of these! And I also realize just how much I love Orchestral music

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      5 mesi fa

      Good! You'll find much on the channel if you want :)

  • Serban Alexandru

    Serban Alexandru

    2 mesi fa

    I didn't know the names of the two works, but I did know the composers: Wagner: Lohengrin and Pucinii--Turandot. 30/32

  • tarryn du preez

    tarryn du preez

    7 mesi fa

    proud of myself for being a woman of culture 😂

    • average Jignesh

      average Jignesh

      6 mesi fa

      r/notlikeotherothergirls

  • Shun Li

    Shun Li

    5 mesi fa

    These masterpieces are widely used in modern day media programs, it’s hard not to know them

  • Brugge Productions

    Brugge Productions

    4 mesi fa

    Thank you for making this collection of forgotten classics my mother introduced me as a child. I recognized many old favorites and made a few new favs to add to my list of love songs.

    • Tolstoy111

      Tolstoy111

      3 mesi fa

      @Brugge Productions these are really famous pieces that are performed all the time. People who don’t know what they are probably never knew. They didn’t forget.

    • Brugge Productions

      Brugge Productions

      3 mesi fa

      @Tolstoy111 yes, many people have forgotten the titles which is the reason for the Video

    • Tolstoy111

      Tolstoy111

      3 mesi fa

      Forgotten?

  • Tamar Ololobou

    Tamar Ololobou

    9 mesi fa

    Long live orchestra!!
    I love this!

  • D. Tay Gray

    D. Tay Gray

    3 mesi fa

    Thank you for this beautiful collection. ❤️❤️

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      3 mesi fa

      ;)

  • I F R E D O

    I F R E D O

    7 mesi fa

    this kind of music is the best. a masterpiece 👏💪

  • missy cruz

    missy cruz

    4 mesi fa

    I knew all of them but not the exact dates. Now I wish I would have lived in the 1850s. To hear my favourite Opera pices live at this time would have been so amazing.

  • The Mighty Konrad

    The Mighty Konrad

    7 mesi fa

    This is a nice collection. I may have picked a few different pieces, but that's OK. Great stuff here. Thanks for putting this together so well.

    • Classical Power

      Classical Power

      7 mesi fa

      Thank you for watching! If you want to tell me which different pieces you'd have picked I may used them in future episodes!

  • Jack Dollins

    Jack Dollins

    7 mesi fa

    Thanks for putting this together. Great job!

  • 55marise

    55marise

    6 giorni fa

    A great compilation,,, we all know them but not really, great stuff

  • Caesar Is a Red

    Caesar Is a Red

    7 mesi fa

    Oh my lord. I was at my friends and i heard a piece of music and couldnt think what it was called i spent probably 30 minutes trying to find it and its the first one on here!

  • Dennis SCULAF

    Dennis SCULAF

    4 mesi fa

    these are masterpieces that will live forever.....

  • John Wilson

    John Wilson

    7 mesi fa

    I have been on a classic music kick for awhile, so i didn't do half bad. But this has helped me find other composers and compositions to look up!