Check Out Some Great YouTube Classical Music Tunes
YouTube Classical Music is something that not many people seem to realize exists on the level that it does until they actually start searching for it. You can seriously find a lot of really awesome old and new classical music on YouTube. In fact, the only problem it seems is that you can't always find a great quality version of Classical Music on YouTube because of how old some of the tracks can be. What we have done here is post some of the popular songs in classical music here with the best quality of audio so you don't have to go hunting them down though the YouTube site itself. Take some time now to sit back and relax as you listen to some of the most awesome tracks ever created in classical music that have been shared via YouTube music.
1. Spring by Antonio Vivaldi
Not enough people realize that this song is actually part of The Four Seasons in which Vivaldi also have tracks for the other three seasons as well. It's really meant as one piece of work, but people have broken it down to the favorite seasons they liked most from his work.
2. String Quintet in E major, Op. 11, No. 5 (G 275) by Luigi Boccherini
So many people get the name of this one wrong. Yes, it's really a super long name and people love to try to shorten things to make them easier. However, shortening the name of this pice of work just makes you have a harder time trying to find it actually.
3. Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor "Quasi una fantasia",Op. 27, No. 2 by Ludwig Beethoven
We're sure to get a lot of people scratching their heads on that title. That's the correct title for the piece of work that has been popularly known as the "Moonlight Sonata" by Beethoven.
4. The Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II
The real German translation of this title is "An der schönen blauen Donau, Op. 314" (German for By the Beautiful Blue Danube). What is so amazing is how this waltz is still danced so much after it was written in 1866. This just goes to show that not everyone neglects the value of great music (certainly not you).
5. Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor (WoO 59 and Bia 515) by Ludwig Beethoven
This one is more popularly known as "Für Elise". It's interesting to note that this song wasn't even published until at least 40 years after Beethoven was deceased. Also, they often debate from classifying it either as a bagatelle or an albumblatt.
6. William Tell Overture by Gioachino Rossini
Rossini wrote 39 operas in his lifetime and that's a lot all in itself. That doesn't include all the cantatas and other things he wrote for. Of all the operas he wrote for, this piece was actually part of the last opera he ever wrote.
7. Piano Sonata No. 11 by Mozart
This piece is also known as the "Turkish March" and "Rondo Alla Turca" for those who know it best under those names.
These are just some of the great masterpieces you will find in YouTube Classical Music, but we have provided them for you here. As time goes on we will be providing even more to this YouTube Classical Music collection for your listening pleasure so check back and listen with us often by bookmarking our page for easier finding.