Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesDancing · 6 years ago

Any good classical ballet music?

For ballet we're supposed to listen to lots of classical music so that our ears will be used to it in the harder levels.Do you know of any good classical ballet music that I could listen to?Thanks!

~ Jessica :)

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  • 6 years ago
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    Classical music

    Some songs have multiple parts listen & pick the part you like best

    From the album Winter Solstice V—The simple birth-Barbara Higbie, Light & song-Will Ackerman, Snow in the prairies—Torcuato Mariano

    Mantovani—Charmaine, Elizabethan Serenade, Merry Widow waltz, More, Italian Fantasy, Skater’s waltz

    Vivadali—4 Seasons (Spring, Autumn, Winter, Summer)

    Bach-The Brandenburg Concertos (1-6)

    Mozart—The Requiem Album, Eine Kleine Nachtmusik: “minuetto allegretto” & “finale”

    Strauss --Emperor Waltz, Roses from the south, Die fiederemaus, Tritsch tratsch polka

    DeBussy --Claire De lune, La fille aux cheveux de lin

    Tchaikovsky—“Pathetic Symphony”, Festival overture 1812, Waltz from Sleeping beauty, Symphony #5 op 64 “the destiny” in e minor

    Beethoven --Ode to joy, Moonlight Sonata, Symphony #6 “pastorale”


    Overture: Light calvary—Suppe

    Overture: Russian & Ludmilla –Glinka

    Hungarian Dance #5—Brahms

    “Adagio” from New World Symphony—Dvorak

    Water music-the hornpipe—Handel

    In the hall of the mountain king-Greig

    Ride of the valkyries—Wagner

    Songs from the album “angels of the deep” by Raphael

    Songs from the album Snowfell by Yanni

    Mazurka in A minor op 67 No 4—Chopin

    Caprice Viennois—Kreisler

    Suite #3 for orchestra & gigue—Bach

    Jeux d’enfants (movement 1 “march” )--Bizet

    Ballet music #2 in G major from Rosamunde---Schubert

    “Nocturne” in E flat major Op.9, No.2 --Chopin

    Concerto Vi—Alessandro Scarlatti

    March of the Toreadors –Carmen

    Ballet music from Faust: Finale—Gounod

    Dance of the cygnets—Swan Lake

    Dance of the clowns—A midsummer’s night dream


    Scenes de ballet/Valse-Alexander Glazunov


    Sleeping Beauty (Tchaikovsky)

    Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky)

    Giselle (Adam)

    Coppelia (Delibes)

    Rite of Spring (Stravinsky)

    Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky)

    Romeo & Juliet (Prokofiev)

    Creatures of Prometheus (Beethoven)

    Cinderella (Prokofiev)

    Apollo (Balanchine)

    Firebird (Stravinsky)

    (La) Filleule de Fees (Adam)

    The 3 Musketeers (Arnold)

    A midsummer night’s dream (Mendelssohn)

    The Miraculous Mandarin (Bartok)

    The Wooden Prince (Bartok)

    Rumpelstilzchen (Baumann)

    The Fairy Doll (Bayer)

    Don Quixote (Minkus)

    La Bayadere (Minkus)

    Spartacus (Khachaturian)

    7 Krasavits (Karayev)

    Tropoyu Groma (Karayev)

    The Prince of the Pagodas (Britten)

    Carnival of the animals (Saint- Saens)

    Alice in Wonderland (Davis)

    Cyrano (Davis)

    Sylvia (Deliebes)

    Dracula (Di Lorenzo)

    Anastasia (Tchaikovsky)

    Peter Pan (Warbeck)

    Paquita (Minkus)

    Panambi (Ginastera)

    Estancia (Ginastera)

    The Red Poppy (Gliere)

    Fall River Legend (Gould)

    Jekyll & Hyde (Gould)

    Das Triadsche Ballet (Hespos)

    Voice of the Dragon (Ho/Margraff)

    Namouna (Lalo)

    La Slyphide (Schneitzhoeffer)

    Clytemnestra (Graham)

    Peter & The Wolf (Prokofiev)

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  • 6 years ago

    Four Seasons- Vivaldi, Swan Lake-Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky , Für Elise-Beethoven...

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