George Frideric Händel: Water Music Suite No. 2, HWV 349. Movement 13: Minuet in D Major. Live orchestra recording. The Variation version is without the Harpsichord.
Mysterious / Awaiting / Obscure / Uncertain / Thoughtful / Riddle. Small orchestra soundtrack piece, featuring live performed orchestral instruments, suitable for film and other media.
Johann Sebastian Bach: Notebooks for Anna Magdalena Bach, Marche in E-Flat major, BWV Anh. 127. Performed live in studio, exclusively for Lynne Publishing, by concert pianist Želimir Panić.
Frederic Chopin 3 Nouvelles Etudes, B. 130, Etude No. 1 in F minor. Performed and recorded exclusively for Lynne Publishing by concert pianist Želimir Panić.
A classical orchestral romantic movie theme, like from the classical Hollywood movies of times past. Sweeping, heavenly, emotional string sections and gentle woodwinds. Great music for love story, emotional scenes, drama, classic or retro style
An elegant and fragile rendition of 'To A Wild Rose' from the works collectively known as the 'Woodland Sketches' by Edward MacDowell, Originally written for piano, this version beautifully rearranges the piece of harp and two violins.
Bright uplifting classical track of great composer has been perfomed by Dmitriy Lukyanov on a grand piano. Baroque style fast tempo easy listening and very positive and nice too.
The very famous and universally loved The Blue Danube waltz, also known as An der schönen blauen Donau, by Johann Strauss II. Arranged and recorded by David Hamilton.
A delightful waltz for guitar by Francisco Terrega. Sweet and bright, the melodies jump around in a positive and upbeat way. The whole track is happy, lively and full of joy.
Felix Mendelssohn: String Quartet No. 3 in D Major, Op. 44 No. 1: Movement 2. Menuetto. Un poco allegretto. Recorded live in studio by the Allegro String Ensemble, exclusively for Lynne Publishing.
Gioacchino Rossini: Overture from La Gazza Ladra - The Thieving Magpie. (Note, the 'most famous' part of the melody starts from about 2 minutes onwards). Recorded by D Hamilton.