Classical Music for Children ... Is there Classical Music for Children? A Cool Website Regarding this Music Genre for Four ( ! ) "Target Groups"

 

Classical music for children ... and in particular, popular ( ! ) classic for children: This is a "completely different website"! Because I address four different age groups of music fans on only one website. First kids from 6 to 12, then teens from 13 to 19, next adults, parents, grandparents and finally also teachers. And it's all about listening to music and not about making music. Very especially conservative classical music fans make now – please – already a small detour via this link: The reading there is especially important for you!

 


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"Classical Music for Children" is the latest website in my "Bach Mission", after "Johann Sebastian Bach for Children" and also "Bach on Bach" have existed as websites for many years. 

 


Are you a particularly conservative fan of classical music? And popular classical music is almost an imposition for you? Do you – for example – reject André Rieu and his way of presentation? Then please read about our philosophy on the way to classical music here. And why Mr. Rieu was and is so important for our project, you can find out here.


 

 


Classical Music for Children ... Here is the "Most Pedagogical Offer in the Universe": for You ... for Kids, for Teens, for Parents, and for Teachers

 

Classical music for children ... why are you here? Well, one reason could be that you want to know what classical music, or classic for short, actually is. I explain this on another website. But as a teenager you might also look for such music works, which are cool especially for older children. And if you are a father or a mother, a grandma or a grandpa, or even a pedagogue, that is a teacher or a music teacher, then it could be your wish is to find a small package of classical music works that were composed especially for children, or even "only" collected for this "target group". It is not so easy to address children at the age of 6, cool teens and also grown-ups who could not be more different "knitted" at the same time on a website. That's why this "instruction manual" is available here in four chapters. Very quickly you can get to the 300 classical music works, namely to the 300 most popular and thus also to those classical melodies, which are exciting for all age groups, with a click here.

 

My " Target Group" 1: Are You Older Than 5 and Younger Than 13?

Okay, then the most important thing is that if you are looking for classic for children, or more precisely, classical music for children, there is no such thing. So you can't find it either. But what you do find – on other websites – can really spoil your fun very much. Why? Because then you listen to these music titles and find that they can't be made for children at all. At least ... no way ... for you. And then you decide: "Classical music is not for me". And why is that? Keywords are the evil. Music publishers and music lovers (... of course those who love classical music) put together a small collection of classical music pieces, which – for whatever reason – are supposed to be good for kids. But they were never composed for kids. And nonetheless there are 30 hits on Google and therefore 30 offerings. I don't think that they are especially selected for children at all. I notice that because some pieces, for example, are simply too long to begin with. I now invite you to my website "Classical Music Top 100". There you will find 300 pieces of music, some of which have been and are considered by many, really many people as the most beautiful classical works in almost three hundred years. And these are people of all ages. So there are also children of your age in this collection. 

 

There are two types of classical music: One is light, cool, and partly also known classical music. "Popular" is another word for "known". And such classical music is better to find with the keyword "popular classical" than "known classical music".  And that is, second, all classical music that is "harder to digest". Harder, not hard. But ... what actually is "harder to digest"?

 

This is the attitude of my wife and me: If a classical piece is popular, then children, parents and grandparents will all enjoy it. With any other classical piece, it's something completely different!

 

 


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"Hard to digest" classical music. Now... what is this? I made it up myself. But, who is this... I ... well ... the author of this website?

 

I am Peter Bach, Jr., I am a member of the musical family of the composer Johann Sebastian Bach, I have a hobby and I am on a "mission" ... so to speak: I would like to spread classical music in general and the knowledge about J.S. Bach and his music in particular even more in the world. And for this purpose the Internet is the right and best medium today. A medium that did not exist for many, many decades. Well, in former times. 

 

I have put together some websites about the composer from Thuringia, Germany, Advertising Start. I have written a biography about J.S. Bach for children and also "invented" a coloring book about the musician from Eisenach, Germany together with a cousin of Bach. With a click here, you get to the Bach coloring book. End of Advertising. Later a website about the "Classic Top 100" followed together with the difficult answer to the question "What exactly is classical music?  After all, this website here is the youngest of all.

 


... me ... or is it "I "...?!

 

Hard to digest classical music. First of all, "difficult to digest" is exactly the opposite of "easily digestible". Clear so far. What is no good classical music for you is classical music, which you probably won't enjoy listening to at first. Such classical music that you do not want to listen to again. In the worst case, not only would you never want to hear this piece again, but all classical music. Never again! And that's exactly what I want to prevent. With this, my website. Hard to digest: That's when you hear a classical work and a soprano sings – or for both of us and only here – "squeaks", up the scale and down again and then up again and then down again. Or many violinists play: a melody that you can't really recognize. Or that doesn't seem beautiful either. Or a piece of music starts very slowly, very quietly, and then for many minutes just doesn't "pick up speed". Or what you hear just doesn't turn you on. It just doesn't sound cool. Or a piece of music is actually two hours long. Or... whatever. And where do you hear that? Practically everywhere where classical music is offered by chance ( ! ): on the Internet, on YouTube, on the radio, on television and at small live "concerts". Or when an author and an artist together present a book at a reading. And all this is "hard to digest"? Yes, 99 percent. How do I know? I have experienced it, found out, analyzed it, tried it again, relived it and finally I have deliberately paid attention to whether classical music that you happen to pass by – for example when zapping or on the radio – is all hard to digest. It is so! And then I asked myself why that is so.

 

Because classical music is offered everywhere practically only for "real" classical music fans. And that's definitely not you. You're only just beginning to get into this. But real classical music fans don't just want – and time and again –- "easily digestible classical music", because – in contrast to all classical works – there is very little of it. And that's why it's pure coincidence that somewhere where you listen to classical music, namely on YouTube, on the Internet, on television, on the radio and even in concerts, short or long ... classical music that you like. So it just doesn't fit. 99 percent of classical music is not for you at first. You get it differently from me!

 

With me you get to hear only and exclusively classical works that make you want to hear more classical music. And how does that work, why does that work for me? Because I was looking for these pieces of music, because I knew how to look, and where, and also, for what! And for whom. Quiet exactly, for whom! And I found such classical music pieces, which many people find cool, so the most popular classical works.There is hardly any "squealing" of top dressed ladies, one always recognizes the essential melody very quickly and the pieces are for the most part very short or at least not too long.  And you've heard many of them before ... that is, if you're 12 rather than 6. They're called popular, light classical music. And that's where you should start. If you like these pieces – and they don't have to be all my suggestions at all – then you can start to meet more classical music. Maybe listen to many more pieces by Bach or by Handel, or two more works by each of 10 masters. And then also explore longer, more serious and lesser known titles. When you're older. Or you just stick to popular classical music. Or, if you're closer to the age of 6, check out this website again when you're 12 later. Finally, there's also more "easy to digest", namely a format at "WDR 4 Klassik", which offers 3 hours a week of very special popular classical music. Popular is the crucial word in their title. And the format is called "WDR 4 Klassik Populär". Don't start with that, though, but first listen to many, many works from my "Classical Music Top 300", because it's put together even more specially for beginners and for children.

 

So, first of all, just click here now, and you have arrived at another website at my "300 Popular Classical Music Works Collection" and there it is best to listen to every single work with the green color code for just one minute at a time (... or also longer): and that on several days!

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There are cool hints in the list and soon you will be a master in the music genre "Popular Classical Music". The pieces with the green squares, like above ... but smaller ... these are the perfect first pieces to get to know such popular classical music!

 

 


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My 2nd "Target Group:" Are You 13, 14, Older... or 19 Already?

 

You could be just like me at your age. You hear a classical work here and there, think the melody is great, but you have no idea what the piece is called, who could have composed it and where and how you can listen to it again. Or where similar pieces can be discovered. Works by Johann Sebastian Bach, for example, have been used in countless films and television programs. More precisely, in so many productions that it is a truly endless list. And also works by other famous classical composers are often heard in films and on television. But Shazam does not recognize such classical music and how do you get ahead now?

 

Not at all. Until today, that is, until my list was arranged on another of my websites. I searched for such "easily digestible" classic works using a very special system and YouTube results as well as Google results. And definitely not for "classical music for children" or "classic for children".

 

In general – so I think – you would hardly ever look for "classical music for children" for yourself anyway ... at 13 or 14, and certainly not older. But then what are you looking for? "The best classical works" or "the 50 most popular classical masterpieces"? Yes, that's usually what you do. I know I do. But then you find the choice of 100 classical music fans and therefore 100 different opinions.

 

And what these classical music fans have put together there is one thing that is certainly not: completely easy to digest. Bach's "St. Matthew Passion" is certainly the dream of a classical musical work, but... it is simply too long for your current goal (... namely to get to know classical music), much too long and in the beginning much too "hard to digest". This is also the case with his famous "B minor Mass", which is also divinely composed. Without any question these many lists of "best classical melodies" are all well composed. But not for classical music starters and not for children, not even for older children or children who are no longer children, namely young adults between 17 and 21.

 

Apart from that, there is, in my opinion, no such thing as "classic for children" or "classical music for children", because such classical music was never composed. And if it was, it certainly does not belong to the well-known and famous pieces. And at the end of the day, they are certainly not the ones that would eventually come to your home on a CD if you ordered such a CD. But quite different ones.

 

However, just click to my second website regarding classical music and on it to the list ... and there, start with the green marked masterpieces. And another important thing: You can also like classical music if you actually love completely different music: all the hits of the weekly Top 25 or Gaga, Swift, Bieber or Ariana Grande. Because both can be played side by side! Pop and classical music, heavy metal and classical music, in Germany so-called schlagers and classical music. Plus: If you like everything from Beethoven but nothing from Bach, then you are also on the right track.

 

If you have had real fun listening to the many, many works from my Classic Top 100, then you can "stay forever" listening to this collection, or with André Rieu (... if you can't stand André Rieu, please click here) and later on "WDR 4 Klassik Populär" (... you don't have to understand one German word to enjoy the popular classical music) every Sunday for three hours enjoying similar, but many more works, or you can move on from my selection then further in the direction of "less light classical music". It's your very own decision!

 


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My 3rd " Target Audience": Parents and Grandparents and  Adults

There is no "classical music for children" or "classic for children". That's why the potential for devastation is so great if you want to get kids excited about this music genre. Why is there no "Classical music for children" when Google lists 30 and more such results? 

 

At first, "classical music for children" was never composed. With very few exceptions. And the same applies here: Listen to "Peter and the Wolf". Only with the story told around it does become a single really well-known piece of classical music ... somehow ... for children. But if I'm not quite up to date with the information, and there is classical music composed especially for children, then – first of all – it certainly doesn't belong to the world-famous works. And secondly ... these few works are not offered on a CD.

 

Now I assume that you are a fan of classical music. But of course, I also address parents who don't like classical music themselves, but who would like to see a certain enthusiasm for their offspring. So you are a classical music enthusiast? Then it is particularly important that you don't want to "sell" your favorite composer with all his works to your kids or grandchildren, but use the opportunity in the best possible way to trigger a lasting interest in this, your favorite music genre. And there is no way around a start via popular, light, cool classical music. With it, you offer the chance that kids and young people will initially find "easily digestible classical music" cool. After all, you only move on from there if you have generated lasting interest. If you don't, you wouldn't have been successful with your favorite titles by your favorite composer either. But if it does work, then there is still time for Wagner's complete works. But Wagner at the beginning? Forget it!

 

How do I come to this cool realization? Well, I've experienced it myself. In all variations. Touching classical music is possible in six areas: On the Internet via the (usual) charts, which I reject as "classical music for children" and as "classic for beginners". Then of course on the radio, on various classical music stations. Further on television, when you "get stuck" with classical music while zapping through the channels. And then there are such mini events, like very short concerts or – as I have experienced myself – when one or three musicians acoustically accompany and enhance an event: at a book reading or at the awarding of a Federal Cross of Merit, for example. On all occasions you never listen to trivial, simple or catchy music, but always to such classical music that makes a beginner in classical music think that such classical music is not really cool. I am firmly convinced: Such experiences spoil the enthusiasm for more.

 

With my collection of the 250 most beautiful and most popular classical works, I present the only such extensive collection of "easily digestible" classical music. It is also enriched with hints, with which considerations one should "get to grips with the pieces". If you like these works to a very large extent, if you recognize melodies, if you enjoy what you see with them, then the path in classical music can continue from there: perhaps directly to the music that so inspires you as a father or mother or as a grandmother or grandfather. Now it may go deeper into the topic, because your son, daughter or grandchild will know the "way back", when Johann Strauss, specifically the son, with his waltzes is the greatest for you, but not for Tina, Tom and Toni.

 

There are also concerts by Rieu (... if you can't stand him, please click here) or the classical radio station WDR 4 with its format "WDR 4 Klassik Populär", which continues exactly where my list ends. However: You should start with my list, because here, even more importance is attached to presenting many works that are quite popular and make you want to listen to more then on WDR 4.

 

Please, as parents or as grandparents, remember: There is no "classical music for children" and broken is a lifelong interest in classical music at warp speed. And with my suggestions? Not at all.

 


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WDR 4 "Klassik Populär"

You do not need to speak German to enjoy this offer!

 

With one click here, you get there. There you have then three options. But you're only right there if you've already explored many, really many titles in my Top 100. Why? Because otherwise, WDR 4 Klassik Populär offers neither the one nor the other. For beginners, there are far too borderline pieces on offer, and for conservative classical music fans, there are far too "shallow" and unacceptable works. Thus, to the offer of WDR 4 in Cologne, Germany.

 

1. Click there, and scroll down a little, and there you can listen to the current program via the play button (>).

 

2. On this target page, scroll down a bit further to the current playlist, copy one title at a time and paste it on YouTube. This way, you can listen in on the "fast track" to see if it's worth consuming more of this title. This works with the two other playlists from last week and the week before last below ... as well.

 

3. It's a gigantic option if you want to put together your own playlist with the best hits of my Top 300 and other popular classical music titles. Because then there are in the Audiothek in the Media Library  and with a click here  a whole 52 shows that you can explore. Although the playlists are missing here, the titles are moderated. And anyone who wants to compile a list for life will certainly have the time and leisure to listen through from title to title and from program to program, and thus find hundreds of other popular classical hits.

 

Yup, suitable for children and simply cool for teens (above) ... that's what it must be if you want to "outwit" your offspring with classical music. And you can do that with my offer via this link or ... you can be surprised now.

 

But wait... stop. Of course there is one very important and a few insignificant exceptions. There are a few " hair-pulling" exceptions, but one seemingly ( ! ) shining light in the "desert of classical music for children".

 

So first of all there is the work that is always mentioned at the beginning with "Classic for children": Peter and the Wolf by a composer who – and this is just my own opinion – only plays in the fourth league when it comes to classical music.  Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev. His work is a musical fairytale. Wiki tells it is one of the most played works of classical music. Well, if you count it among the 100 most famous, then that's right. Prokofiev's classical music is embedded in an audio play, and by offering it to the right age group, you can't go wrong with it with a length of about half an hour. Please go on reading ...

 

The Mr. composer Prokofjew.

 

Leopold Mozart once wrote a symphony for children, but who is Leopold Mozart? Well, he's the father of the famous Wolfgang Amadeus. But Leopold's music is "only" beautiful, almost unknown classical music, not especially for kids. Just... except for this title.

 

Then there is the "Carnival of the Animals" by the French composer Camille Saint-Saëns, but I actually only read this name for the first time – when I wrote these lines – after my research. Well ... that is my "healthy half-knowledge", it's totally my fault. Looking at cute animal pictures on YouTube and listening to a classic melody that fits perfectly  but which you wouldn't identify as "for kids" if I presented it to you among several other melodies  that's okay. But without pictures ... in my opinion it "turns off" them probably off.

 

The gentlemen composers Mozart (... however, Leopold ... Amadé's dad ...) and on the right side, it's Saint-Saëns.

 

The cool exception is what the Austrian Marko Simsa offers. And he offers a lot in terms of "classical music for children". It is a true symphony of suggestions. But ... and this is the crucial point ... all masterpieces are "enriched" with spoken narrations, that is, with stories. Simsa also offers press reviews for each of his "addition of music and narrative": from qualified and competent sources and with pedagogical expertise. If you want to get your kids excited about classical music, however, please do not start with his CDs. It's different, completely different, if you follow my advice and send your offspring to my TOP 100 first. Afterwards ( ! ) the many combinations of stories ( ! ), reading aloud and mixing with classical music are ultimately super cool. If classical music interrupts a story, then it is entertainment. Then ... there is ... "classical music for children". Be sure to visit Simsa's website. He is an all-round artist in the field of classical music, and his website also has lots of audio samples (... caution, three of them are in English, you have to "dig" for these three). So, once again the order is compact: Send kids to my Classic TOP 100, tell them to listen to many pieces there, then choose Simsa offers and finally order. Have fun!

 

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The first option: To present fairy tales enriched with classical music and "just any classical music pieces", I think as far as the classical music in the fairy tales is concerned, is not sustainable to introduce kids to classical music for a lifetime. Nevertheless, it is of course more sensible than to present the last Wacken concert "to listen to"! The next quality level is represented by "Peter and the Wolf", the "Carnival of the Animals" and fairy tales like "Hansel and Gretel", enriched by classical music. In addition to the cool listening event, between two and four memorable melodies will most certainly be remembered later on, and the child will recognize them throughout his or her life. The reason why they never encounter the lesser-known pieces in both works again is that they are not among the popular classical works and therefore hardly ever "reappear" in television or cinema productions or in commercials and on the radio. "The Four Seasons" are anyway not recognizable to me as cool for kids: Here someone probably copied from the other and authors therefore present them as well-suited "classical music for children"!  So much for the first option, practiced for decades.

 

 

 The second option is quite clear: your own ( ! ) compiling of a playlist for your children and for your baby.

 

The third option, however, is also my "nitpicking" (... in Germany "counting peas"): In a final pass, I again asked for advice from eight experts: Where is the border between classical and " not classical"? I was particularly interested in the waltz works of Johann Strauss ( II / Son) and the ballet works of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. In order to illustrate this quite exactly for students, there is therefore in my collection of the 300 popular classical works the note DCM, which I list in detail on a separate page - in the wording. The most conservative classical music connoisseurs and classical music fans consider classical music and "no classical music" simply by whether it is "S-music" or "E". In other words, "serious music" or entertainment. I do not agree with this view at all! But from this follows: If waltzes and ballet works are not classical music because they were composed for entertainment, then any entertainment is not classical music. By definition, however, every work that could be good for children is not classical music for this reason alone: because children are basically supposed to be entertained by it. That ... is really nitpicking and not meant seriously.

 

Option 4. the exception and a "fourth way" is possible and "brings both approaches, namely mine and that of the many, many authors and publishers of classical music for children CDs as well as teachers and musicians "under one hat": These are CDs with stories about the composers who created many ( ! ) today popular classical works: about Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and a few other star composers.  Because on these CDs are also many ( ! ) popular classical music pieces "woven in". And a - later once - teenager and young adult will meet them in concert, on the radio, in commercials and in movies ... in "real life" ... that is in front of the TV, in the cinema and on the internet. But ... this is really only the result after much, much philosophy on the subject of "classical music for children"!

 


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Another "trick" how to introduce your kids to classical music "heartily subversive". I only came up with this option after a final run in search of the perfect classical masterpieces in my mind: Throughout my life, music has always played and still plays a very important role in my career. By doing the same as my father did, since my earliest childhood.  When I found the last of all 250 classical masterpieces, many compositions reminded me of stations in my whole life, of many productions in which I used classical works for setting to music. My search was "a kind of time travel". Several pieces transported me intensely into my childhood at the time of primary school. It was only very late that I noticed that my parents were already listening to popular classical music at that time – now and then – and that James Last had already given an unusually fresh interpretation of it. And that was the time when I already liked the first cool, light, popular classical pieces, which I now remember half a century later ... and still love them.

 

At the end a final "trick": Why don't you put together – from my library – your own collection of 100 or 150 of my suggestions and listen to them at home before your kids – via headphones, or even at a challenging volume – develop their own taste. But be careful: not for hours, not continuously, not loud, but over and over again. This will certainly also help if learning to play an instrument is planned at an early age.

 


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Why actually not listen to classical music to fall asleep? If ... then the right one! And which is that? Definitely popular, light, relaxing, slow and beautiful one.

 

Classical music for babies was a "red rag" for me for years, because certainly – except for a few lullabies – nothing classical was ever composed for babies. But of course you can "stock up" minis with classical music very early in life. Playing the best, lightest, well-known melodies in the evening to help them fall asleep ... this is certainly important for the health of your dwarf and also promotes a possible later enthusiasm for classical music at an early age. But my recommendations for "easy digestibility" also apply here. Because this selection must be baby-friendly and sleep-friendly. "Just anything" ... is a catastrophe! So you have two options: The first is, you look for "Classical Music for Babies", but you have to go through the trouble and listen to the pieces before you buy them. Or you can create your CD or playlist from my list: short pieces, lovely pieces, slow pieces, catchy pieces ... I've already prepared this for you: Prefer suggestions with the green square at the beginning of the lineFrom those, chose those which match the criteria in my last sentence. And here is where advertising starts. Without my service, you are "out there" all alone. But for that ... there is my website. And right: For the present service we hope to get a little support for our mission, to be able to convince more people. With websites, advertisements, sending postcards and letters. I have analyzed  "Classical Music for Babies" CDs and also "Classical Music for Children CDs" for you! I have examined how many pieces are popular, how many are beautiful or wonderful. And how many are detrimental to a later enthusiasm for classical music. To do this, I checked to see if the pieces on a CD fit together for playing to sleep: the volumes, the tempos, the whole nature of the works. Much further down, there are round 250 suggestions for babies and for children and for beginners. that's round 500 individual CDs with roughly 3,000 classical titles. That ... was really a week-long job. If you buy from our partner music publisher, we get a small commission for our "mission" without making your purchase more expensive.  And there you can also listen to samples, which is not possible with any other CD supplier. Here ... the advertisement is already over.

 

Finally, here is some more reading on the subject of "Health and Classics".  "The Healthy" on the Internet first. The entire reading starts with a detailed and helping article by the website The healthy.com. The title is “10 Wondrous Things That Happen to Your Body When You Listen to Classical Music”.  It’s by Brooke Nelson and Dawn Yanek plus there is a medical review. The authors start to compare blood pressure after hearing songs from ABBA with classical music titles. Many studies are mentioned, and exciting results go from easing pain, via better sleep until sharpening your memory. "Takelessons" presents “10 shocking Benefits, and it seems to be an interesting reading matching my 1st recommendation above. It’s always cool, when you research for information, to read two similar offers, you might find one more crucial advantage. One fact is worth mentioning: Even if you listen to classical music as a background entrainment, you profit. There are hints to several studies. "WQXR" helps to find the Top 5 studies about classical music and its relation to health. "The International Journal of Critical Illness & Injury Service" released the most scientific reading about the subject. It’s a long article and is not that much constructed like the other “10 Best …”. If you want "the whole nine yards”, then here you are right. Enjoy.

 

 

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You Are Particularly Important for Me: Hello Teachers, Music Teachers, Music School Teachers ... My "Target Group" ...

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Do you also guard and train such a gang of rascals? If so, I would like to inspire you with my websites regarding "Classical Music for Children" and "What is Classical Music?" as well as 250 popular classical music masterpieces and finally several websites on the star composer Johann Sebastian Bach and give you several "tools" at hand at hand, how firstly to interest these dwarfs in classic and after that you also excite them.

 

 

Right here and at the beginning in all clarity: You are very likely "light years ahead of me" in terms of classical music. Even more so, because until recently a few pieces by Bach were the only thing I could identify in classical masterpieces. And of course there is "Classical Music for Children" in the sense of productions of all kinds that bring classical music closer to children. But to distinguish this from the concern I have and want to spread, namely that there is no collection of well-known classical works composed or pedagogically compiled for children, would be too complicated, not striking enough and would not be noticed in today's entertainment offer of podcasts, TV, radio and internet programs. Therefore, here is my at least debatable thesis, "There is no classical music for children!"

 

In my profession I have specialized – over the last decades – in showing children, teenagers and grown-ups how many things work in the world. How beer is brewed, how coal is mined, how a daily newspaper is created and why there are press agencies. You can also learn what a large forwarding company does and how a health resort works behind the "scenes" with my works. With offers like these, we –my wife and I, and formerly also with my father – have been a market leader in Germany for over 40 years. 

 

Please help me and us in our mission to accompany more kids and also more people interested in classical music. I go even further than I have already admitted above: Even if there are works on my website, which explains "classic" and "classical music", in the listing that you think are definitely not part of classical music, then "the end justifies the means"! With my asterisks ( * ), the references to undoubtedly classical music (DCM) and the information about the borderline value of each piece, everyone who is interested will be able to find out for himself or herself after a short time, which pieces of music are classical to what extent. Or maybe not!

 

Very close to the motto not to spoil the first contact with classical music, no interested person or even a child or a teenager will never want to enjoy classical music again, just because my collection contains borderline titles or because this interested person gets more deeply involved in this topic. So the probability that these provocative theses on my two websites will "turn off" potentially interested people forever is extremely low. Especially because both websites do not address classical music fans. This group already knows instinctively what classical music is. Everyone decides for himself which titles belong to it and which don't. And even if neither of them can really communicate what classical music actually is and which titles he or she thinks belong to it, my two websites don't bring any added value for classical music connoisseurs. And they are not supposed to.

 

Please help me to set up a counterpart to the many pedagogically questionable options for introducing children to classical music, which after a first listening to highly demanding works and randomly selected pieces of classical music will turn their backs forever. From my website "Classic TOP 100", the further path is then quite easy: You stay with the enjoyment of the 250 works, you continue along this path, that is, only listening to "popular music" with concerts by André Rieu (... if you can't stand André Rieu, please click here) or listening to the program "WDR 4 Klassik Populär" now and then. Alternatively, a future classical music fan can try out how more of Bach, Beethoven, Handel or Mozart sounds. Or, in the end, one actually devotes oneself to the highlights of classical music in general: masterpieces such as the "St. Matthew Passion" or Handel's "Messiah" and so many more are then "released" for exploration.

 

You – pedagogues, educators, teachers and music teachers – are so important for me and my mission also because you come into contact with the next generation of students again and again every year, while parents and grandparents can only communicate their "entry help" very few times. In addition, you always address many students "in one shot", not just individual interested parties. Thank you very much for your commitment ... and please forgive me my pedagogically motivated musical provocations. Click here to visit the sister website "Classic Top 100" again.

 


 

Music Calendars Are Cool Music Gifts!

 

Cool for musicians, music fans, music teachers, organists and cantors: music calendars by "Bach 4 You". To the shop.

 

 

And if You Don't Share  My Opinion at All, and You Really Want to Buy a Selection of Classical Works for Your Children's Ears?

 

Sure, then this is also possible, and I have no fear of contact with it. So here is a small selection of offers for you, and always one or two sentences of commentary.

 

Of course, the first playground for this is "AMAZON". However, there is one problem: We get no commission from this seller, that’s true, but I am kidding, of course. Like on the German market, there is a huge range of such offers available. It’s good, that you can buy many CD titles also as MP 3, which makes a test listen possible. The thing is: You actually would have to test listen to all of them, just to figure out first about the musicians’ skills, next about what actually is offered, third what fits into our maybe meanwhile common philosophy and finally, I already have done all that for you meanwhile. 

 

"Maestro Classics" is a number one suggestion, when it comes to classical music with stories around: Peter and the Wolf, My Name is Handel, Carnival of the animals and the Story of Swan Lake are some options. No, we get no commission as well, and Yes, you can test listen. So check out if you like this in addition to my program, which is “just the music” regarding popular classical works.

 

 

"The Met Opera Shop" offers a few CDs for children. The problem is, you can’t test listen and so you buy "the cat in the bag".

 

 

"Rainbow Resource" is a rewarding website for reading, and they offer several CDs which seem to come with a narrated story. However, it’s a pity, that you can’t test listen.

 

 

 So the overall research leads to my opinion, that there is no reason, not to deiced for a small summary of CDs, which I suggested. Right, with your purchase of one of these CDs, "Bach 4 You", the shop in the "Classical Music for Children and Beginners" does get a small commission. But that doesn’t make your buy more expensive. Plus, you actually know what you will get – matching my philosophy – and I checked on the quality of all 250 offers on the (German) market. When it comes to “classical music only” offers, it does not play a role, that they are in German. One problem was, to check on the whole market, and it was like doing magic with keywords. After fining all these 250 CDs and CD collections, it was necessary to test listen to all. And with the result, you can decide today (… right, or tomorrow or when ever …) whether you want to start with a small budget or get the most classic for your money. Without any detours you get to the Classical Music CDs for Babies, Children, and Beginners with just one click here.

 


 

Gifts for Musicians "Up to the Sink"!

 

Mozart T-shirts, Bach calendars, Beethoven baseball caps. Click here or on the buttons above and decide on the next website page: All calendars in European style are available in the shop "Bach 4 You". Music T-shirts are available at Spreadshirt and tons of music gifts are available at Zazzle. By the way, on Zazzle, you can also find US style music calendars, that is, calendars with a huge timetable for making notes.

 

 


 

Classical Music for Babies ... Is Classical Music for Children ... Is Classical Music for Beginners: 300 Works to Listen to for Free on YouTube and to Compile a Playlist ... As Well as 10 Out of 300 CDs and CD Boxes to Buy!

 

Here you get directly to this alphabetical compilation of the 300 titles and from there next to YouTube

 

Yes, very conservative classical music connoisseurs must be brave now! Because this is the "core" of my philosophy, my thesis, my approach: No classical music was composed for children! Well, "Peter and the Wolf" indeed is a piece, "The Carnival of the Animals" too. And there is also the work of Wolferl's father, Leopold Mozart: But if you mix in Bach's "Air" or the St. Matthew Passion with a few rattling noises or birdsong, then it is not for children because of that. And so there is no classical music for babies. It is just calm, relaxing classical music, but never composed for babies. Finally, the word "children" appears in a few titles. In the "Kinderträume" ("Children's' Dreams") by Josef Rixner, for example. But that certainly does not make them "classical music for children". And that is exactly the way many, many authors and publishers choose when it comes to compiling a CD "Classical Music for Babies" or a CD "Classical Music for Children". This goes from the collection of many popular and other wonderful classical music titles to a loveless combination of partly disturbing titles, over unacceptable works to collections where one has the feeling: What was the author thinking?

 

So I went on a search for you. And the more I found great CDs, the more titles I found: Obviously present ones (... including by far the worst collection with the most seductive name), to really hard to find offerings because of wrong keywords, too confusing, bad, good and quite excellent options. This turned into a long, long listing that I'm happy to present to you much further down.

 

 

Yes, Please ... Order the CDs Below via This, My Page!

 

Only if you come to the website of our partner music publisher via this, my website, also in the future please, then the path generates a tiny commission, which we use to be able to frank more postcards to our mission "Classics for Children", to place ads and to be able to do more things that "promote and cost money". By the way, this does not store any data from you and does not make your CDs more expensive for you. By the way, you can also find sheet music there, buy vinyl records, all other music CDs and even books. Only: Please get there by clicking here or by clicking below on the many links. By the way, you can also enjoy the vast majority of titles (... there is always about one minute to listen to on each CD) in their entirety: Near here, 300 complete works are waiting for you, namely the most popular classical music for children and at the same time the most popular classical music for beginners. Free of charge and with an accompaniment for school children and the aforementioned classical music beginners.

 

 


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Classical Music for Children Is Classical Music for Beginners: My “Instruction Manual” to 300 Classical Works on YouTube for You

 

A little "operating instructions" for you: to the now coming long list of music titles. The boxes in three colors ( ■   ) in front of the title inform which pieces should better be avoided at a very first contact with classical music, because they don't belong to the top favorites ... because they are too long, because the known part doesn't "come" immediately and because of some more criteria. The gray boxes mark the pieces that are better left to wait a bit at the very beginning, simply because there are better ones. The pieces with green square are perfect, the ones with red squares necessarily explore only in the last round. Running time, link and name at the beginning are clear, remains the indication > 0:23 " for some pieces: It indicates after how many seconds the known part of the melody begins, if that is not at the beginning of the piece. The asterisks ( * + ** + *** tell you, how far I am "venturing on the slippery slope" with my classification of a piece: One asterisk stands for a little, three for "in the middle of the lake"! " DCM " designates "definitely classical music" and with these pieces you don't fail a class test. Exception: An arch-conservative classical music fan as teacher asks very "tricky". Kids, clarify what makes him or her "tick", make sure he/she asks about the era of classical music, and maybe read up on it here! Finally: I stretch the term "classical" very far. Also, some young classical music is to be found in this list, that are pieces of Webber, Morricone and further experts. Read, as a conservative and especially as a very conservative classical music fan, here about my philosophy. But then there are also equally super young pieces, "ennobled" by me to classical music. Only a few times I present you also an alternative: This is very rarely when I could not decide. Or when I found both versions so well suited to each other that I did not want to delete either of them. Presented by a philharmonic orchestra, for example, it becomes clear, why. Many examples prove that. Also, the WDR in Cologne (Westdeutscher Rundfunk) ... with its program "WDR Klassik Populär". This offer, that is three hours every week, confirms by their selection of similar played works that I am not "all alone in the world with this". So kids and beginners: have fun! And, dear classical music experts: my request for indulgence. Finally: If you don't like André Rieu, well ... not at all ... please don't click away completely, but here. Please

 

 

And now quite finally: Again I have concerns and want that really not a single student brings home an E or even an F "because of my website". So ... if the works of Strauss ( II / Son), more precisely his waltzes ... or the ballet works of Tchaikovsky ... are not classical music on the basis that they were composed for entertainment, then this also applies - actually - to the waltzes of other composers, then this applies to all works that have something entertaining in their title. And there are really many other pieces that we have to "degrade". Now it shakes even me! And I am tinkering - after the editorial deadline ... that's what they call changes among writers, when everything is actually already defined as finished - another category for you: DCM plus a small " ⚠ ": With this provocative addition, you'll pass even the nastiest test. And you'll be able to remember it quite well after one of my brain acrobatics. Much success with a teacher for whom you need these little "word apps":

Consequently, Not According to the Alphabet: My Classic Top 300 ... Is Called “Classic Top 100”!

 

Why? Because I'm always fooling around. And so that you can find me better in the depths of the internet! By the way, if you or you prefer this "Classical Top 100 / Classical Top 300" in alphabetical order, please click here.

 

   Händel   Ankunft der Königin von Sheba   3:08   DCM

 

   Bach   Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr. 2   2:50     DCM

 

   Chabrier   Espana (Rhapsodie für Orchester)   6:25   DCM          > 0:23

 

   Charpentier   Te Deum   2:02   DCM

 

   Steffe   Battle Hymne Of The Republic   5:18          > 0:30

    

   Sousa   The Liberty Bell March   3:49   DCM

 

   Tschaikowski   Der Chinesische Tanz (Der Nussknacker)   1:34   DCM 

 

   Williams   Jurassic Park Main Theme *   3:27          > 1:10  

 

   Zimmer   Der König der Löwen *   4:04 

 

    Grieg   Morgenstimmung (Peer Gynt Suite)   3:53   DCM

          

   Morricone   Gabriel's Oboe *   3:46

 

   Sousa   The Stars And Stripes Forever   3:29    DCM

 

   Steiner   Vom Winde verweht (Tara’s Theme) *   4:22          > 0:18

  

   Tschaikowski   Tanz der Rohrflöten (Der Nussknacker)   2:41   DCM 

 

   Strauss (Johann, Sohn)   An der schönen blauen Donau   8:13   DCM 

 

   Tschaikowski   Marsch der Zinnsoldaten (Der Nussknacker)   2:39   DCM 

 

   Verdi   Libiamo (Oper "La Triviata")   4:05   DCM 

 

   Strauss (Richard)   Also sprach Zarathustra   1:42   DCM         > 0:14

 

   Strauss (Johann, Sohn)   Wiener Blut   7:17   DC         > 0:53

 

   Vangelis   Conquest Of Paradise *   4:40          > 1:01

 

   Strauss (Johann, Sohn)   Die Fledermaus Ouvertüre (Operette)   9:19

 

   Velazquez   Besame Mucho *   3:58

 

    Arnold   Independence Day * * *   6:12

 

   Verdi   Marcia Trionfale (Oper "Aida")   1:43   DCM 

   

■   Vivaldi   Herbst (Die 4 Jahreszeiten)   11:12   DCM

   

   Unbekannter Komponist   Greensleeves   3:20

 

   Tschaikowski   Klavierkonzert Nr. 1   21:06   DCM

 

   Vivaldi   Gloria in Excelsis Deo   2:52   DCM

 

   Ulvaeus / Andersson   Fernando * * *   4:06

 

   Wagner   Ritt der Wallküren (Oper)   5:05   DCM 

 

   Strauss (Johann, Sohn)   Die Fledermaus Ouvertüre (Operette)   9:19

 

   Tschaikowski   Tanz der Zuckerfee (Der Nussknacker)   21:34   DCM 

 

   Waldteufel   Schlittschuhläufer-Walzer   6:13   DCM           > 0:38

 

   Ward   America The Beautiful   3:09

   

   Warren   That’s Amore * * *   3:09          > 0:22

 

   Vivaldi   Frühling (Die 4 Jahreszeiten)   11:02   DCM

 

   Watson   Auld Lang Syne   3:56

 

   Tschaikowski   Eugene Onegin Polonaise   4:45   DCM          > 0:25

 

   Weiss   What A Wonderful World * * *   2:30

   

   Williams   E.T. *   3:46

 

   Bach   Prelude in C-Dur (Wohltemperierte Klavier)   2:14     DCM

 

   Beethoven   5. Sinfonie   7:04   DCM

 

   Eisler   Auferstanden aus Ruinen (DDR-Nationalhymne)   2:53           > 0:16

 

   Abreu   Tico Tico *   4:21

 

   Bernstein (Leonhard)   America (West Side Story)   3:02          > 1:01

 

   Weber   Jägerchor: Was gleicht wohl auf Erden (Oper "Der Freischütz")   2:34   DCM 

 

   Brahms   Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 5   2:31   DCM 

 

   Dvořák   Sinfonie Nr. 9 (Aus der Neuen Welt)   2:46     DCM

 

   Verdi   Aida Gloria all'Egitto Triumph-Marsch (Oper "Aida")   12:04   DCM 

 

   Brahms   Walzer in A-Dur   1:42   DCM 

 

   Britain   Amazing Grace   4:43          > 0:20

 

   Elgar   Pomp and Circumstance March Nr. 1   6:11

 

   Bummerl   Der Klarinetten-Muckl * * *    2:36          > 0:20

   

   Burns   Auld Lang Syne *   2:43

  

   Haydn   Lied der Deutschen (Deutsche Nationalhymne)   1:15   DCM

 

   Clarke   Trumpet Voluntary   3:08   DCM

 

   Bach / Gounod   Ave Maria ( 1 ... siehe auch Schubert)   3:00   DCM

 

   Bizet   Perlenfischer-Arie (Oper)   3:56   DCM 

 

   Chopin   Tristesse   4:11   DCM

 

   Claydermann   Ballade Pour Adeline *   3:07

   

   Webber   Amigos Para Siempre (Friends for Life)   5:09

 

   Cohen (Leonard)   Halellujah   3:45

 

   Cohen (Samuel)   Hatikvah (Israelische  Nationalhymne)   2:20

 

   Verdi   La Donna è Mobile   2:34   DCM

 

   Schubert   Militär-Marsch   5:30   DCM

 

   Tschaikowski   Tanz der jungen Schwäne (Schwanensee)   3:26   DCM 

 

    Vivaldi   Konzert für Mandoline   9:23   DCM

 

   Webber   Memory (Cats)   4:29

    

   Copland   Fanfare For The Common Man   4:16          > 0:52

  

   Fauré   Pavane  7:04   DCM

 

   Gershwin   Rhapsody in Blue   16:26   DCM

 

   Delibes   Lakmé, Duo des Fleur   4:50   DCM

 

   Denza   Funiculi Funicula   3:29

    

   Di Capua   Vieni Sul Mar * * *   3:25

 

   Dostal   Fliegermarsch   3:13

   

   Dumont   Non, je ne regrette rien * * *   2:22

 

   Dvořák   Poco lento (Humoresken)    3:41     DCM

 

   Edward   When You Wish Upon A Star (Walt Disney Intro) *   0:45

 

   Bach   Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr. 3   11:42   DCM

 

   Elfman   Mission Impossible *   3:27

 

   Last   Morgens um 7 ist die Welt noch in Ordnung   4:16

 

   Copland   Hoe-Down From Rodeo *   3:43          >  0:55

 

   Elgar   God Save The Queen (Britische Nationalhymne)   2:19          > 0:40

 

   Ellington   Take The A Train   3:13          > 0:18

 

   Faltermeyer   Axel F *   2:59

 

   Liszt   La Campanella   5:07   DCM          > 0:16

 

   Fauré   Sicilienne (Pelléas et Mélisande; Oper)   3:30   DCM 

 

   Francois / Revaux / Thilbaut   I Did It My Way * * *   5:29

   

   Freed   Singing In The Rain * * *   3:46

   

   Bach   Lobe den Herrn, den mächtigen König der Ehren   2:49   DCM

 

   Loewe   I Could Have Danced All Night (My Fair Lady) *   3:00          > 0:22

   

   Fucik   Entry of the Gladiators   3:53

 

   Bach   Jesus bleibet meine Freude   3:07   DCM

 

   Garfunkel   The Sounds Of Silence *   4:35

 

   Gershwin   Summertime *   3:43

 

   Jarre   Oxygen Part 4 *   4:27          > 0:25

    

   Mozart   Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen (Die Zauberflöte)   3:06   DCM 

 

   Gounod   Faust-Walzer /Margarethe-Walzer   5:24   DCM          > 0:20

 

   Bizet   Habanera (Oper Carmen; Alternative)   5:28   DCM 

 

   Grieg   In der Halle des Bergkönigs (Peer Gynt Suite)   2:33    DCM

 

   Bernstein (Elmer)   The Ten Commandments    4:47          > 0:25

   

   Hammer   Crocett's Theme (Miami Vice) *   5:52

  

   Bach  Badinerie   1:25   DCM

 

   Hanson   Symphony No. 2 “The Romantic"   2:49

  

   Mozart   Figaro Cavatina (Oper)   4:51   DCM 

 

   Haydn   Konzert für Trompete und Orchester   15:56   DCM

 

   Holzmann   Blaze Away   2:21

 

   Jackson   Heal The World * * *   5:31

 

   Bach   Suite Nr. 2: Rondeau (Ouvertüre)   1:34   DCM

 

   Jackson / Richie   U.S.A. For Africa (We Are The World) * * *   7:11

 

   Jarre   Doktor Schiwago   3:27

 

   Jarre   Oxygen Part 2 *   7:52         > 1:48

  

   Horner   My Heart Will Go On * * *   3:46

 

   Jenkins   Adiemus *   4:00          > 0.27

 

   Lara   Granada   5:18   DCM          > 2:05

 

   John   Goodbye England's Rose * * *   3:57

 

   Händel   Wassermusik Suite Nr. 2: Allegro   9:43   DCM

 

   Johnston   Amazing Grace *   4:01

 

   Kálmán   Tanzen möcht' ich (Die Csárdásfürstin; Operette)   3:34

 

   Kersten   Bummelpetrus * * *   5:34

 

   Lai   Where Do I Begin?   3:34

   

   Lennon / McCartney   Yesterday * * *   2:05

      

   Joplin   The Entertainer *   3:19

 

   Last   Der einsame Hirte *   5:39          >  0:21

 

   Haydn   Konzert für Trompete und Streicher: Finale   4:36   DCM

 

   Morricone   Gabriel's Oboe *   3:46

 

   Faltermeyer   Top Gun Opening Theme *   2:39

 

   Lauder   Scotland The Brave   5:41

  

   Bach   Menuett in G-Dur   1:40    DCM

 

   Lehár   Ballsirenen-Walzer   6:51   DCM         > 1:20

  

   Delibes   Coppélia-Walzer (Ballett)   2:27   DCM 

 

   Lehár   Lippen schweigen (Die lustige Witwe) *   5:06          > 0:35

 

   Morricone   Spiel mir das Lied vom Tod *   3:51

 

   Mozart   Mondscheinsonate   4:07   DCM

 

   Beethoven   9. Sinfonie: Ode an die Freude (Alternative: Flashmob)   6:31   DCM          > 0:34

 

   Lennon   Imagine * * *   3:14

     

   Bach   Cellosuite   3:16   DCM

 

   Lennon / McCartney   Let It Be * * *   4:03

    

   Liszt   Liebestraum Nr. 3   3:57   DCM

 

   Livingston   Que Sera Sera * * *   2:40

  

   Brahms   Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 1    3:46   DCM 

 

   Loewe   My Fair Lady   3:00

 

   Lotzing   Holzschuhtanz (Zar und Zimmermann)   4:02

    

   Haydn   Serenade from Strings   4:35   DCM

 

   Loveland   You Raise Me Up *   4:37

 

   Macklemore   Glorious *   3:20

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   Mozart   Ouvertüre Figaros Hochzeit (Oper)   4:13   DCM 

   

   Mancini   The Pink Panther *   2:38

 

   Léhar   Ballsirenen-Walzer (Die lustige Witwe; Operette) *   5:10

 

   McCartney   Woman * * *   3:53

 

   May   Who Wants To Live Forever? *   4:11          >  0:41

 

   Mendelssohn Bartholdy   Hochzeitsmarsch   2:08   DCM

 

   Alexandro   Russische Nationalhymne   3:32

 

   Bizet   Ouvertüre / Los Toreadors (Carmen)   2:20   DCM 

 

   Anderson   The Typewriter *   2:20

 

   Brahms   Walzer in A-Dur   1:42   DCM 

 

   Berlin   God Bless America   2:37          > 0:32

 

■   Arnaud   Bugler’s Dream Olympic Fanfare *   4:22

 

   Beethoven   9. Sinfonie: Ode an die Freude   4:19   DCM          > 0:35

 

    Arne   Rule, Britannia!   2:16

 

   Frühbeis   Adieu, mein kleiner Gardeoffizier * * *   3:06

 

    Arlen   Somewhere Over The Rainbow (Wizard of Oz) * * *   2:42

 

    Arlen   Somewhere Over The Rainbow (Alternative) * * *   5:11          > 1:05

   

   Beethoven   Für Elise   2:55   DCM 

 

   Mozart   Sonate für Klavier Nr. 11    14:30   DCM

  

   Morricone   La Califfa *   2:40

 

   Suppé   Die schöne Galathée: Ouvertüre (Operette)   7:45   DCM 

 

   Puccini   Nessun Dorma   4:17   DCM          > 1:11

 

   Mussorgski   Bilder einer Ausstellung: Promenade   1:39    DCM

 

   Nathanson   Nava Hagila * * *   2:12

 

   Newman   Twentieth Century Fox Fanfare   0:31

 

   North   Unchained Melody (Ghost) * * *   4:18

 

   Novaro   Fratelli d‘Italia (Italienische Nationalhymne)   1:57   DCM          > 0:24

 

   Offenbach   Barcarolle   3:47   DCM          > 1:00

 

   Rossini   Figaro Cavatina   4:51   DCM

 

   Tschaikowski   Blumenwalzer (Der Nussknacker)   7:56   DC

 

   Orff   O Fortuna   3:38     DCM

   

   Ortelli   La Montanara * * *   3:49

  

   Pachelbel   Kanon in D-Dur   3:13   DCM

 

   Parks   Somethin' Stupid * * *   3:20

   

   Mozart   Serenade Nr. 13  (Eine kleine Nachtmusik)   5:58   DCM

 

   Ponchielli   Tanz der Stunden (La Gioconda)   9:32          > 2:02

   

   Parton   I Will Always Love You * * *   4:34

 

   Mozart   Romanze, Andante (Eine kleine Nachtmusik)   5:33   DCM

   

   Poulenc   Tango   1:47

 

   Pourcel   I Will Follow Him *   5:19          > 1:20

 

   Presley   Can't Help Falling In Love With You * * *   2:49

    

   Prokofjew   Peter-und-der-Wolf-Marsch   4:10   DCM 

 

   McCartney   Yesterday * * *   2:32          > 0:26

 

   Puccini   O Mio Babbino Caro   5:31   DCM          >  0:38

         

   Rachmaninoff   Rhapsody On A Theme Of Paganini   2:46   DCM

 

   Rubinstein   Melodie in F-Dur (Alternative, 1964 modern)   5:35

 

   Beethoven   Mondschein-Sonate   16:08    DCM

 

   Richie   Three Times A Lady * * *   3:24

 

   Rimski-Korsakow   Hummelflug   1:10   DCM

 

   Rodgers   You’ll Never Walk Alone *   5:01

   

   Webber   Phantom der Oper Theme Song   3:31

 

   Beethoven   6. Sinfonie: Erwachen heiterer Empfindungen bei der Ankunft auf dem Lande   11:34    DCM

 

   Rodrigo   Concierto de Aranjuez   3:57   DCM

 

   Roever   Highland Cathedral   4:33

  

   Sousa   The Washington Post March   2:37    DCM

 

   Di Capua   O Sole Mio * * *   3:13

 

   Bach   Schafe können sicher weiden   4:00   DCM

 

   Rosso   Il Silenzio *   4:05

  

   Rotas   The Godfather * * *   3:29

 

   Rubinstein   Melodie in F-Dur   4:01

 

   Williams   Star Wars Main Theme *   5:51

    

   Webber   Amigos Para Siempre ( Alternative)   4:30

   

   Strauss (Johann, Sohn)   Du-und-Du-Walzer   5:08   DCM 

 

   Mercury   Bohemian Rhapsody   5:49

   

   Sanderson   Hail To The Chief   1:40          > 0:09

 

   Waldteufel   Estudiantina (Walzer)   6:49   DCM 

 

   Saint-Saëns   Der Schwan (Der Karneval der Tiere)   3:41  DCM 

 

   Karas   Der dritte Mann * * *   4:33

 

   Khatschaturjan   Säbeltanz   2:35   DCM 

 

   Mozart   Rondo: Allegro (Eine kleine Nachtmusik)   6:22   DCM

 

   Saint-Saëns   Gymnopédie Nr. 1   4:04   DCM

 

   Schönberg   On My Own (Les Misérables) *  3:39

    

   Tschaikowski   Russischer Tanz (Der Nussknacker)   1:17   DC

 

   Schmidt   Tiritomba   2:50

   

   Strauss (Johann, Sohn)   Schatzwalzer (Der Zigeunerbaron)   7:57   DCM           > 1:05

 

   Schubert   Ave Maria ( 2 ... siehe auch Bach / Gounod)   5:27   DCM          > 0:43

 

   Schubert   Forellenquintett   7:30   DCM

 

■■ !   Serra   Der Diva-Tanz (Das fünfte Element) * * * * * * * * * *   4:59

 

   Sherman   Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (Mary Poppins) *   2:46

 

   Mozart   Konzert für Horn und Orchester Nr. 4   4:07   DCM

 

   Sherman Brothers   Chim Chim Cher-ee (Mary Poppins) *   3:32

 

   Tschaikowski   Pas de Deux (Der Nussknacker)   5:03   DCM 

 

   Shostakovitsch   Walzer Nr. 2   4:09   DCM 

      

   Rossini   Wilhelm Tell Ouvertüre Finale   3:25   DCM 

 

   Silvestri   Back To The Future Main Theme * * *   3:15

 

   Wagner   Steuermann, lass die Wacht (Oper "Der fliegende Holländer")   2:59   DCM 

 

   Webber   Phantom der Oper Theme Song  (Alternative)   6:35

     

   Simon   Bridge Over Troubled Water * * *   4:53

   

   Last   Traumschiff-Melodie *   2:38

 

   Sinatra   My Way * * *   4:36

   

   Smetana   Die Moldau   3:05   DCM

 

   Smith   The Star Spangled Banner (Nationalhymne USA)   1:52

 

   Rosas   Sobre las Olas   6:01          >  0:41

   

   Rossini   Largo al factotum (Der Barbier von Sevilla; Oper) 1:58

 

   Mercury   Barcelona   5:51

    

   Mozart   40. Sinfonie   3:06   DCM

 

   Tschaikowski   Schwanensee-Suite (Ballett)    23:23   DCM 

  

   Strauss (Johann, Sohn)   Annen-Polka   2:49   DCM 

 

   Bach / Gounod   Ave Maria (Alternative)   5:49   DCM          > 0:17

 

   Mozart   Eine kleine Nachtmusik   5:18   DCM

 

   Delibes   Pizzicato   2:41   DCM          > 0:18

 

   Bach   Cembalokonzert in d-Moll Nr. 1   7:27   DCM

    

   Beethoven   Klaviersonate Nr. 8: Pathétique   3:21   DCM

 

   Händel   Ouvertüre Feuerwerksmusik   12:53  DCM

 

   Bellamy   Take A Bow * * *   4:35

   

   Benatzky   Im Weißen Rössl am Wolfgangsee * * *   1:30

    

   Chopin   Polonaise   9:38   DCM

 

   Berlioz   La Marseillaise (Französische Nationalhymne)   4:13

   

   Bernstein (Elmer)   The Magnificent Seven Main Theme   3:35

 

   Binge   Elisabeth-Serenade   3:28   DCM

 

   Lehár   Dein ist mein ganzes Herz (Das Land des Lächelns) *   3:34          > 0:25

 

   Morricone   Spiel mit das Lied vom Tod * (Alternative)   3:04

 

   North   Unchained Melody * * *  (Ghost; Alternative)   3:37

 

   Bach   Jesus bleibet meine Freude   3:07   DCM

 

   Jenkins   Palladio   3:55          > 0:20

 

   Livingston   Que Sera Sera * * * (Alternative)   2:06

 

 !   Bach   Toccata und Fuge in d-Moll   9:20  DCM

 

   Mouret   Rondeau (Symphonie de Fanfares)   2:21

 

   Mancini   Moon River *   2:44

 

   Brahms   Guten Abend, gut' Nacht   3:01   DCM 

 

   Bacharach / Sager   That’s What Friends Are For * * *   3:58

 

   Modugno   Volare   4:17

 

   Bizet   Habanera (Oper Carmen)   3:19   DCM 

 

   Boccherini   Minuetto   3:34   DCM

  

   Borodin   Fürst Igor: Polowetzer Tanz Nr. 17 (Oper)   3:45   DCM 

 

   Bach   Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme   4:00   DCM

 

   Strauss (Johann, Sohn)   Frühlingsstimmen-Walzer   5:34   DCM 

 

   Schubert   Von fremden Ländern und Menschen ( Kinderszenen)   1:41   DCM

 

   Beethoven   9. Sinfonie: Choral   11:41   DCM

 

   Ulvaeus / Andersson   Fernando * * *  (Alternative)   4:55

 

   Strauss (Johann, Sohn)   Kaiser-Walzer   11:55   DCM 

 

   Vangelis   Chariots Of Fire *   7:14          > 0:35

 

   Händel   Trompeten-Konzert in D-Dur   9:58   DCM

 

   Rossini   Die diebische Elster (Ouvertüre)   9:38   DCM          > 0:17

 

   Verdi   Nabucco   1:57   DCM

 

   Strauss (Johann, Sohn)   Geschichten aus dem Wienerwald   7:49   DCM          > 0:17

 

    Bach   Air   4:54   DCM

 

   Webber   Think Of Me (Phantom der Oper)   4:50

  

   Mozart   Rondo Alla Turca   3:48   DCM

 

   Strauss (Johann, Vater)   Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka   2:41   DCM 

 

    Strauss (Johann, Vater)   Radetzky-Marsch   3:17   DCM 

 

   Mozart   Klavierkonzert Nr. 21   6:41   DCM

 

   Suppé   Light Cavalry Ouvertüre   6:51   DCM          > 2:22 ! ! !

 

   Pourcel   I Will Follow Him * (Alternative)   4:18

    

   Teike   Alte Kameraden   4:31

  

   Joplin   Maple Leaf Rag *   2:45

 

    Bach   Air (Alternative)   3:36   DCM

 

   Böttcher   Winnetou   3:20          > 0:18

 

   Tranlateur / Habisch   Sportpalast-Walzer   7:15   DCM 

 

   Webber   Don’t Cry For Me Argentina *   6:17          > 2:28 ! ! !

 

   Händel   Hallelujah   4:06   DCM

 

   Haydn   Konzert für Trompete und Orchester   15:56  DCM

 

   Bach  Badinerie   1:25   DCM

 

   Rodgers   You’ll Never Walk Alone * (Alternative)   4:15

   

   Mozart   Klavier-Sonate Nr. 16   3:32   DCM

 

   Fucik   Entry March   0:56

 

   Mozart   Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja (Die Zauberflöte)   2:33   DCM 

 

   Gershwin   Rhapsody in Blue   16:26   DCM

     

   Trenet   La mer * * *   4:12

 

   Silvestri   Forrest Gump Soundtrack *   8:50

  

   Tschaikowski   Flieger-Marsch   2:56   DCM

 

   Ravel   Boléro   6:56   DCM

 

   Wagner   Brautchor (Lohengrin)   2:16   DCM

  

   Tschaikowski   1812 Ouvertüre   4:11   DCM

 

   Vivaldi   Konzert für 2 Trompeten in C-Dur   8:18   DCM

 

   Williams   Indiana Jones Main Theme *   2:25

   

   Strauss (Johann, Sohn)   Einzugsmarsch (Operette "Der Zigeunerbaron")   2:55   DCM 

 

   Offenbach   Höllen-Cancan   2:16     DCM 

 

   Ulvaeus / Andersson   I Have A Dream * * *   4:21 

  

 

 

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Classical Music on CDs for Sale: 12 Winners in Three “Disciplines"

  

 In which three disciplines, then? Well, that is, of course, "Classical music for babies", then the category "Classical music for children" and finally the winners in the category "Classical music for beginners" ... although ... if you also adopt the approach of my, or rather our mission, then there is no difference at all between the classical works for children and the classical works for adult beginners.  According to my definition, there are no classical works that are especially suitable for children. For that ... you would have to read a lot - a lot, actually - further up this page. The links all over this page usually take you directly to our partner music publisher, from whom we receive a small commission if you would - please - also buy there. But this does not make your purchase more expensive and helps our two "Bach" and "Classical" missions a lot.

 

Classical music for babies CD recommendations are also very carefully categorized according to whether they are good for putting to sleep ... or for putting to sleep, plus the option of offering popular classical works. In this respect, it is of crucial importance whether and to what extent you want to subscribe to our philosophy. Especially, the criterion "Not suitable for beginners" refers to our "approach". An example: If a CD offers 30 beautiful titles, but only five of them are popular ones, then it gets the rating "Not suitable for beginners" in the list. However, this remark refers only to our approach, our thesis, our philosophy. This CD is then not generally unsuitable, it only "wastes" the chance we see with our missionThe numbers below each refer to our total selection of about 300 offers. * The current prices of the music publisher apply in each case, these could be higher or lower today. Plus, S & H adds.

 

So below they are, the winners in terms of "Classical Music for Babies, for Children and for Beginners". They are by far the best 12 CD offers among more than 300 options, which you will get to know one after the other below. Basically, there is no such thing as "classical music for babies", just quiet classical works that are particularly suitable for when your baby falls asleep. What might we disagree about? With whether my general approach of preferring popular classical works is correct. Never mind, because we don't have to agree at all. But popular classical pieces for babies are by no means bad. Important, especially in this selection for this "target group": The pieces must not be upsetting, should have the same volume and tempos, and they must be sweet. And if possible, there should be no "runaway" with it, because you get it from the CD "not off"! Thus, to the further short review to the "winners", which are shown above.

 

 

It is important, that you realize - again - that the goal of that mission is, not only to supply babies with classical music, but to take advantage, that they listen to the "real stuff". A real challenge is the goal, to provide calming music plus popular classical works at the same time. For this reason, only two "Classic for Babies CDs" met these criteria. Many failed dramatically. To help you here further, we also listed two more CDs for babies, which offer dreamlike soothing titles, but they don't offer popular music. So you might want to switch between two offers, one meets my philosophy, the other is just beautiful classical music.  

 

 


Classical Music for Babies 2

 

The number 2 wins as the first classical music CD for babies. It is less suitable, fitting our mission to introduce classical music, but offers 8 popular, and 17 beautiful pieces. None is negative. The price? € 5,99. 

 

It is characterized for babies above all by the fact that no "negative" work spoils the complete playing of the CD "in one stretch". If we couldn't convince you of our philosophy in the past few minutes, you as a parent might still be on the hunt for the perfect "classical music for babies CD", just with other beautiful classical music titles. Also, this offer is top with 24 cents per work. With € 5,99 the purchase is not a big risk. You get there with a click here.  

 


 


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Classical Music for Babies 7

 

The number 7 von 250 wins in the category "Classical Music for Babies": no "sucking" piece, but 14 out of 16 popular and 2 more beautiful pieces! Cost per piece: 69 cents. Purchase price € 6.99*.

 

It's my absolute recommendation, if you want "The Best of Both Worlds", that is both popular classical music titles, plus soothing classical music, which is not known that much. With 24 Cents per piece, this is also the most affordable offer. 8 popular out of 25 is a moderate result - according to our project - but it's a great result. Do you want to test listen now?

 

 

 

 



Classical Music for Babies 11

 

The number 11. The absolute jackpot in the category "Classics for Babies": no "negative" piece, but 41 popular and 116 very beautiful pieces! Cost per piece: 22 cents*. Results in € 34,99* for 10 CDs.

 

This CD has an even better ratio, when it comes to popular titles vs. beautiful works. None is "negative in the sense of our philosophy, however, 16 pieces might not be enough to offer it to your baby for a long period. Plus, it's three times more expensive than the CD  no. 7. And right, there are not that many CDs, which provide both categories of classical music for babies. Some are real horrible ... honestly. To the shop?

 

 

 



 Classical Music for Babies 24

 

The CD 24 of the "Classic for Babies CDs"  is an exception: no piece is popular, but 33 out of 33 are gorgeous. All in the same volume, tempo and style. € 14,99*.

 

This is the ultimate exception to the rule. No, absolutely no piece is "popular", but all 33 are more than beautiful. One more advantage: The whole collection as a compact work consists of music of the same volume, of the same kind of pieces and the same speed. It's all about the important detail, that none of a total of all pieces of one CD must be too loud or too fast or too thrilling, as a CD actually is a one-click-entertainment. Except, you spin the titles and leave negative works out in a collection. To the shop.

 

 



 Classical Music for Children and Starters 30

 

The 30 of the "Classic for Children CDs". Not to be confused with the similar looking CD without red dot. The affordable winner: 34 pieces, 28 popular, 6 beautiful. € 11,99*.

 

This could have been exactly the title for our complete mission, because it sums up everything. These three CDs bring it to the point: Many pieces are popular, so exactly in line with the philosophy, the rest is beautiful or very beautiful and none is "sucky" ... of course only in the sense of our philosophy. And then there's the work also at a reasonable 35 cents. Here you can get to this offer in the store.

 

 

 

 



 Classical Music for Children and Starters 38

 

The number 38, also a winner in the "Classic for Kids Category": 13 of 15 works are popular, two are beautiful, none is goofy. For € 5.99*. At 40 cents each, a great price!

 

It is the second winner in the section "Classical Music for Children". But - you already know it by now - this music is also "usable" for your baby ... of course only suitable pieces, so maybe not. The 38 is one of the winners in the category "single CD". For only € 5,99 you get 15 classical works, 12 of them popular, 3 beautiful to wonderful and no "spoilsport"! Perfect for classical music beginners and perfect for children. Here you get to the CD in the shop.

 

 

 



 Classical Music for Children and Starters 219

 

The no. 219 of 250 is the absolute winner in the price-performance ratio: 23 cents per CD. 100 works, of which 71 popular and 16 beautiful. With this collection, you have many highlights at the beginning. € 19,99* for 5 CDs.

 

It is indeed "the price wonder" among the "5 CD Boxes" and is one among the highest ratio of popular pieces. Perhaps this is because the DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON was the first classical music label in the world and still is today, of course. 23 cents per beautiful and popular piece is dreamlike and with it, you certainly inspire classical music beginners, children and also classical music connoisseurs could have their joy if they want to introduce kids to this genre of music. Do you want to purchase this offer now?

 



 Classical Music for Children and Starters 220

 

The 220 is a top choice at 33 cents per piece. Out of 50 pieces, 34 are popular, 15 are beautiful to gorgeous. € 15.99* for 3 CDs is a cool buy. A "classical music for kids" top recommendation. Read more below.

 

It is exciting. This CD collection is so far down (... by number) because it does not carry the offering ".... for children" is on the label. But by my philosophy you know: these classical hits are not only perfect for adults, but just for children, too.  With € 15,99 the offer is exactly between the "10-CD-Boxes" and the "Single-CDs"- if you measure the price by the ratio of popular vs. "sucky pieces (... of which there is only one on these CDs) - the price per piece is impressive: 33 cents. You can directly find this CD in the store with one click here.

 



 Classical Music for Children and Starters 222

 

The 222 is therefore among the winners in the category "Classic for Children and Beginners" because only 1 work "does not fit". Out of 19, 14 are popular and 4 are beautiful. A clear buy at € 5,99* and 33 cents each.

 

This CD recommendation is perfect if you prefer to buy three very affordable offers, and you are looking for a good ratio of popular, "negative" and beautiful pieces. Then this CD results in a favorable purchase price and a favorable price per work. To this CD in the shop.

 

 

 

 

 



 Classical Music for Children and Starters 226

 

The 226 is also one of the winnersPlease do not confuse with the similar title number 30. This offer costs 46 cents each work. 45 pieces, of which 25 are popular and 16 are beautiful. Only 4 pieces are "negative in the sense of our thesis"! € 9,99*.

 

Although this CD contains 4 "negative" pieces, it is for this price a cool number of popular pieces and many more beautiful. This CD is also suitable if you want to take a first step into the world of classical music with several individual CDs. However, of all 12 recommendations, it is also - quite frankly - the one I would rather not buy, despite being one of my favorites. Regarding popular pieces, it is unfortunately not as consequent as its "sister CD", namely the one with the red dot "... for children"! Please do not confuse them. Now to this CD in the shop?

 

 



 Classical Music for Children and Starters 247

 

The 247: An ultimate offer in the subject "Classical Music for Children" and also "Classic for Beginners". 12 works, including 11 popular pieces, for only € 5.99*. A really good value for a first encounter! 

 

The final cheap single CD, if you want to compile a potpourri of offers with only one CD each. One option is with it in fact to spin the CDs and then compile your own playlist with the results. To the CD in the shop? You can get there here.


 


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 Classical Music for Children and Starters 250

 

Because I found it  this top CD collection  only at the very end of my research, it has the number 250. Here, test listening of all 170 works on all 10 CDs is possible! The ultra-cool price: € 13.99* ... that's a whole 8 cents per work!

 

This CD collection and musical work collection is the absolute hit: This already results from the price per work: 8 cents per work, this is an offer "out of this world". This recommendation is so good that you should take the time and electronically visit our partner music publisher, and listen there.  Yes, there are a lot of works that do not fit our philosophy at all, but ... at this price. Now ... just do it. Listen to this offer with one click here.

 

 

 

 



So, Would You Now Like to Get Just an Impression, What All 250 CDs and CD Collection, Which I Tested for You Look Like? Just the Mix of Pictures?

 

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