Suggested Music for Listening

The following list of music is recommended to raise our consciousness and bring us up. Try to “fast” and use this music in place of other music for a period of time to see how you feel:

Bach:
  • Cantatas,
  • Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring
  • Mass in B Minor
  • St. John’s Passion
  • St. Matthew’s Passion
  • Sheep May Safely Graze
  • Magnificat in D Major
  • Brandenburg Concertos
  • Christmas Oratorio
  • Organ works
Beethoven:
  • The Nine Symphonies,
  • Piano Concertos No. 5
  • The Victory Symphony
  • Leonore Overture
  • string quartets
  • Missa Solemnis,
  • piano sonatas
Berlioz:
  • Rakoczy March
Brahms:
  • Symphonies 1-4,
  • Waltz No. 15 in A flat Major,
  • Op. 39, “Lullaby”
Bruckner:
  • Te Deum Finale
Chopin:
  • Polonaise No. 6,
  • Fantasie Impromptu,
  • Op. 66,
  • Waltz No. 7,
  • Op. 64, No. 2
Copland:
  • Appalachian Spring
Debussy:
  • Clair de Lune
  • Reverie
Dvorak:
  • Symphony #9
Elgar:
  • Pomp and Circumstance, Nos. 1 & 4
  • Variations on an Original Theme Op. 36, No. 9
Faure:
  • Requiem, Op. 48
Foster:
  • Beautiful Dreamer
Franck:
  • Panis Angelicus
  • Symphony in D Minor
Gabrieli:
  • A Capella Mass
Gounod:
  • Faust,
  • Saint Cecilia Mass
Grieg:
  • Piano Concerto in A minor,
  • “In the Hall of the Mountain King” and “Morning Mood” from Peer Gynt Suite,
  • “The Last Spring” from Two Elegiac Melodies
Handel:
  • “Messiah”
  • “Largo” from Xerxes,
  • The Water Music Suite,
  • “See the Conquering Hero Comes!” from Judas Maccabaeus
Haydn:
  • Symphonies, string quartets,
  • Missa Sanctae Caeciliae,
  • The Creation
Liszt:
  • Liebestraum No. 1
  • Christus
  • Dante Symphony
  • Magnificat,
  • Missa Solemnis
Mahler:
  • Nine Symphonies
Mascagni:
  • “Intermezzo” from Cavalleria Rusticana
Mendelssohn:
  • Four Symphonies,
  • Athalia,
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream,
  • The Hebrides–Overture
Mozart:
  • 41 symphonies,
  • string quartets,
  • piano concertos,
  • Exultate Jubilate,
  • Coronation Mass,
  • Requiem, Mass in C,
  • Divertimento in D,
  • violin concertos,
Palestrina:
  • Pope Marcellus Mass,
  • Missa Brevis
Pergolesi:
  • Stabat Mater
Puccini:
  • Madama Butterfly, La Bohe
  • me, Messa Di Gloria,
  • Rachmaninoff:
  • Piano Concerto #2, Symphon
  • y #2, Vocalise, Op. 34, No. 14
Schubert:
  • German Mass
  • 8 symphonies,
  • songs:
  • Ave Maria,
  • Rosamunde D. 797,
Sibelius:
  • Finlandia, Karelia Suite, Op. 11, III Alla Marcia
Smetana:
  • The Moldau from Ma’Vlast
Strauss, Jr:
Waltzes:
  • On the Beautiful Blue Danube
  • Tales from the Vienna Woods
  • Singer’s Joy
  • Emperor Waltz
  • Vienna Blood
Tchaikovsky:
  • Piano Concerto No. 1,
  • String Quartet No. 1, Op. 11,
  • Andante
Vaughan-Williams:
  • Fantasia on Greensleeves,
  • The Lark Ascending, Five
  • Varients on Dives and Lazarus, Mass in G Minor
Verdi:
  • Aida, Otello, La Traviata,
Vivaldi:
  • Gloria
  • violin concertos
  • Beatus Vir
  • The Four Seasons
Wagner:
  • Lohengrin
  • Tannhauser
  • Die Meistersinger
  • Parsifal
  • Die Walkure
Indian:
  • Ravi Shankar: Morning Love by Ravi Shankar,
  • Raga Jhinjhoti by Shivkumar Sharma,
  • Concerto for Sitar and Orchestra by Ravi Shankar,
  • Shiva! Sacred Chants for the Heart of India,