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Romantic Era (1820-1910)

There are some great recordings in this category. The 10-minute Concert Waltz by Alexander Glazunov is often licensed because its’ addictive waltz tempo and attractive string melody create such a happy, carefree mood. Another work in the same vein is Reinhold Gliere’s Valse from his ballet The Bronze Horseman. Here you have another big, catchy, orchestral melody that creates an uplifting atmosphere. This work also provides a great example of what is meant by “Romantic” era style where the emotions are big and the orchestra is used fully at virtuoso levels. There are also some great Impressionist works by Ravel and Scriabin that kind of straddle the Romantic Era into the early Modern Era of the twentieth century.

Poème Op. 32 No. 1

Poème Op. 32 No. 1 by Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915)  Performed by Severin von Eckardstein.

Jeux d’eau

For Piano solo.  A wonderfully Impressionist atmosphere, like a Monet painting. Ethereal and magical. Jeux d’eau by Maurice Ravel (1875-1937). Performed by Magdalena Mullerperth.  Impressionism, Romantic, turn-of-the-century, Pastoral, Documentary, Nature...

Mother of God

A very stark and beautiful piece of music of the Russian Orthodox Church. Mother of God. Composer: Pavel Chesnokov (1877 – 1944).

Ave Maria by Francesco Paolo Tosti

Ave Maria for chorus. Composer: Francesco Paolo Tosti (1846 – 1916).

Praise to the Mother of God – Rachma...

This is the final movement from Rachmaninov’s famous Vespers for unaccompanied chorus. Praise to the Mother of God (Vzbannoy Voyevode) from Vespers. Composer: Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 –...

O Mother of God Vigilantly Praying

Beautiful sacred music for choir. There is a distinctly Russian sound to this choral performance. O Mother of God Vigilantly Praying for unaccompanied chorus (composed 1893). Composer: Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 –...

Ave Maria from Vespers

Ave Maria (Bogoroditsye Devo Raduisya) – this gorgeous piece is part of the famous Vespers for unaccompanied chorus. Composer: Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 –...

The Angel Said to Mary

The Angel Said to Mary for mixed chorus. Composer: Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840 – 1893). This recording provides a great example of Russian choral...

Ave Maria by Giuseppe Verdi

Ave Maria for soloist and Chorus. Composer: Giuseppe Verdi (1813 – 1901).

Les Preludes

Les Preludes is a 17 minute orchestral Tone Poem by Franz Liszt. There are a lot of underscoring possibilities in this work. Emotions range from passionate to cheerful and upbeat. Les Preludes for Orchestra. Composer: Franz Liszt (1811 –...

Midnight Bells

Midnight Bells was popularized by the 19th-century violin virtuoso Fritz Kreisler who arranged the work. Midnight Bells. Composer: Richard Heuberger...

Poupee Valzante (Dancing Doll)

This is Ede Poldini’s most famous work. The charming and enchanting Poupee Valzante (Dancing Doll) was popularized by violin virtuoso Fritz Kreisler who arranged and performed the work throughout his career. Poupee Valzante (Dancing Doll). Composer: Ede Poldini...

Duet for Violin Bass & Orchestra

Duet for Violin Bass and Orchestra. Composer: Giovanni Bottesini (1821 – 1889). Known as the Paganini of the double bass, Bottesini was one of the first bass virtuosos whose work significantly extended the technical possibilities of the...


Valse-Fantaisie. Composer: Mikhail Glinka (1804 – 1857)

Danse Espagnole

Danse Espagnole – for Violin and Orchestra. Composer: Manuel de Falla (1876 – 1946)