Here is Our Program Music Playlist
Program music has been around for a very long time. In fact, for many of us, program music is fairly synonymous with classical music altogether. A lot of the same composers that are in classical music are composers of what is called program music as well. The difference in program music and regular classical music is that they are classical songs that are used to tell stories. Over time, all classical music has been used at one time or another as a form of program music. Therefore, you could really just as rightly assume that all classical music is just as well program music as well. However, we must say there we understand that there are people who will disagree, but there are a lot more people who actually agree with this theory or idea if you will than that don't. No matter how you feel about program and classical music there are always going to be many similarities that are undeniable. If you have been an avid follower of both program and classic classical music, you are definitely in for a wonderful treat as you keep reading this article.
What we have done here is make sure that we share some of the greatest program music so that you can hear some of the biggest classical songs that have acted as program music at some point or another. Hopefully you will find a lot of these songs to be songs you either haven't been familiar with or songs that you. We now invite you to continue to listen to the program music playlist we have below and enjoy the selections.
Click the player below to listen to "Life & Breath (Sanctus)" by Choral Works By René Clausen
Click the player below to listen to "The Rake's Progress" by Igor Stravinsky
Click the player below to listen to "Homecoming (Deepest Desire)" by Kansas City Symphony Presents Joyce DiDonato
Click the player below to listen to "Inura For Voices" by Tania León
Click the player below to listen to "Harmonielehre & Short Ride In A Fast Machine" by John Adams
Click the player below to listen to "Symphony No. 1" by Gustav Mahler
Click the player below to listen to "Der Ring Des Nibelungen" by Richard Wagner
Click the player below to listen to "The Complete Harpsichord Works Of Rameau"
Click the player below to listen to "Music For Viola" by Kurtág & Ligeti
Click the player below to listen to "Symphonic Dances" by Sergei Rachmaninov
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