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Hi!
I am looking for relaxing classical music, but not Handel's Water music, or Pachelbel's Canon, or Satie's Gymnopedie. I have heard them too many times. So I am looking for unknown classical music, that is calm and soothing.
If you have a suggestion, please don't be afraid to post it, because of course I know that you don't know which music I know, so it is fine if you mention Beethoven's Moonlight sonata. I will only be grateful and not unfriendly in any way.


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If you have a suggestion, please don't be afraid to post it.

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To relieve everyday stress classical music can be a powerful tool, helping you sleep and supporting your mental health.
Music is effective for relaxation and stress management.
Nature sounds may also be relaxing particularly when mixed with other music, such as light jazz, classical etc.


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Have you heard anything of classical electronic music in the style of house.
Without vocal parts, in my opinion, such a melody is very cool to relax.
I am a musician myself and I write my own, but lately I often buy melodies at [url=https://iamghostproducer.com/electro-house/]Ghost Production Slap House[/url]
I really like the sound and the quality of these tracks in general.
The melodies on this resource are paid, but they are impressive.
I advise you to listen to me very much


I am a musician myself and I write my own, but lately I often buy melodies at Ghost Production
I really like the sound and the quality of these tracks in general.
The melodies on this resource are paid, but they are impressive.
I advise you to listen to me very much
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If we are talking about relaxing music I think we need to remember Enigma's Sadness! I hope you will enjoy to play it on piano! Here is a link on score:https://musescore.com/sheetmusic?text=enigma%20sadness

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One time I made a CD compilation of this. I think there were quite a number of Mozart chamber music. But the off-beaten tracks would Faure's Cantique deJean Raciine and Percy Grainger choral arrangement of Danny Boy.


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I think most of Debussy’s music is relaxing, e.g., Arabesque #1, Clair de Lune, the preludes, Afternoon of a Faun…

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Thank you! I will avoid Debussy though, because I think a lot of his music is very beautiful, but I don't want to get fed up with it.

That is also the reason why I asked for unknown music - the well known I have either become fed up with, or am on my way to become fed up with...


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