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‘Cuddling on a Rainy Day’ Playlist

“Atlas Hands” - Benjamin Francis Leftwich
“Northern Wind” - City and Colour
“Stubborn Love” - The Lumineers
“Cherry Wine” - Hozier
“Holocene” - Bon Iver
“No One To Let You Down” - The Head and The Heart
“Always Gold” - Radical Face
“Blood” - The Middle East
“Banana Pancakes” - Jack Johnson
“Thank You” - Led Zeppelin
“Higher Love” - James Vincent McMorrow
“No Shade In the Shadow of the Cross” - Sufjan Stevens
“Snaggletooth” - Vance Joy
“Maps” - Yeah Yeah Yeahs
“Sand” - Keaton Henson
“Like Real People Do” - Hozier
“Love Love Love” - Of Monsters and Men
“First Day Of My Life” - Bright Eyes
“No Me, No You, No More” - The Staves
“Everything” - Michael Buble

VI Morceaux Op. 19, No. 4 - Nocturne For Cello And Piano
  • VI Morceaux Op. 19, No. 4 - Nocturne For Cello And Piano
  • Andres Diaz ; Samuel Sanders
  • Russian Romantics For Cello And Piano
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VI Morceaux, Op. 19, No. 4 - Nocturne For Cello And Piano

By Composer Pyotr ilyich Tchaikovsky

Andres Diaz, Cello And Samuel Sanders, Piano

  • Berlioz/Liszt: Épisode De La Vie D'Un Artiste, "Symphonie Fantastique", Op. 14, S 470 - 3. Un Bal: Valse, Allegro Non Troppo
  • Hector Berlioz, Franz Liszt
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Épisode De La Vie D'Un Artiste, “Symphonie Fantastique”, Op. 14, S 470 - 3. Un Bal: Valse, Allegro Non Troppo

By Composer Hector Berlioz, Arranged By Franz Liszt

Hector Berlioz (1803-1869) Photographed in 1856 by Gaspard-Félix Tournachon (pseudonym Nadar) (1820-1910) 

From Hildegard
  • From Hildegard
  • Patrick Hughes with UT Trombone Choir
  • American Voices CD
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This is the piece that changed my life.

Imagine being surrounded by horns (instead of trombones like in this recording). Like, literally surrounded. People behind you to your right, behind to the left, in front to the left, center and right.

So the sound wraps a blanket around you, and you are so so enveloped in it, that its is just the most beautiful thing you’ve ever heard in your entire life.

And when the music swells, all you can hear is the beautiful tones of the horn,blocking out every single sound in the room, and the story that they’re telling fills your heart and you just…feel.

Sorry this is kinda cheesy, but it’s what made me decide to do music for the rest of my life.

Piano Concerto No. 23 In A Major, K.488 - I. Allegro
  • Piano Concerto No. 23 In A Major, K.488 - I. Allegro
  • Herbert Kraus, Daniel Gerard, Vienna Mozart Ensemble
  • 100 Masterpieces, Vol.3
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In Erinnerung Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

( January 27, 1756 - December 5, 1791 )

Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major, K.488 - I. Allegro

By Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Performed By Conductor Herbert Kraus, Pianist Daniel Gerard And The Vienna Mozart Ensemble