October 22nd marks the 210th anniversary of Franz Liszt's birthday. We want to use this occasion to draw attention to the music of the 19th century and to current compositions that are influenced by this important classical era.
'Salonmusik' – version of famous Chopin composition
largo-feeling, gentle, returning home in the evening, swelling mood
Variations on a waltz. A longing theme evolves into a baroque dance, turns into a Sicilienne followed by a fugue, only to land in the world of Russian romance.
Neo-romantic composition for orchestra. Colorful and inviting.
Melodic, pop-infused neo-classical piano piece. Pleasant, playful, positive.
Sluggish track that evokes a feeling of saying goodbye. Tired, reminiscent, sentimental.
Short piano piece composed by 19th century Russian keyboard virtuoso Anton Rubinstein
Neo-classical piece with strings, flutes and acoustic guitar for cultural features and sophisticated documentaries.
Dreamy, naturalistic piano. Single tones like raindrops or sunbeams on the surface of a lake. Relaxing, minimalist.
Simple and emotional harp
A melancholy orchestral score with piano and strings. For dramas or reports about the Second World War.
Slightly melancholic, yet light piano piece.
A piece for contemplation, of far rolling hills or landscapes to let you mind wander and flow with nature.
Sparse and airy, yet very emotional neo-classical piece.