All men singing--sounds like vowel sounds
- Leonin: "Vidurant Omnes"
- (All Have Seen)
Multiple voices and sound cluttered; name is sang in the song.
- Josquin: "Ave Maria"
- (Hail Mary)
Sounds like female opera singer;
sings the name at the beginning;
Starts out low and sad sounding
- Purcell: "Thy Hand, Belinda"
- & "When I am Laid in Earth"
Sounds like multiple choirs singing
- Bach: "Watchet Auf" ("Sleepers Awake")
- Canon no. 140
Says the name at the beginning, has a male singer,
Singer varies his octaves noticeably
Handel: "Ev'ry Balley" Messiah
The only organ Piece in the listening.
Bach: "Little Fugue in G Minor"
Piece has all string instruments,
has Bird chirping sound in its collection.
- Vivaldi: "Spring"
- Le Quatro stagione (The Four Seasons)
Has 1,2,3,-1,2,3,-1,2,3,4 sound
Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G minor
Starts off very soft then there is a suprising Loud chord
Haydn: "Surprise" Syphony no. 94 in G Major
Orchestra starts then Piano soloist comes in later.
Mozart: Piano Concerto no. 23 in A Major
Sounds like birds would be singing.
Violons play fast, and it sounds cartoonish
Haydn: String Quartet op. 33 no. 3
Sung by an italian singer
Sounds like an opera singer
- Mozart: Non Piu Andai" ("No More Will You)
- Marriage of Figaro
Sounds like Visa Commercial
has the DUN DUN DUN DUNNNN
Beethoven: Symphony no. 5 in C minor
Sounds like night Knight Rider Intro
Sung in german
Shubert: "Erlkonig" (King of Elves")
Only piano and starts off soft and quiet
Chopin: Nocturne, op. 9, no. 2
Cello plays scales, and violins produce a "Witches laughing in the beginning. Music sounds like wizard of oz witch music. There is a bell tolling
Berlioz: "Dream of a Wiches Sabbath"
Starts with flutes playing softly, Sounds like a stream that grows into a big river. Has a thud that resembles dropped water.
Smetana: "The Moldau"
Starts off Slow and quiet like a funeral march; then the violins sound more suspenseful
Tchaikovsky: Romeo and Juliet Overture
Is the Only peice that starts with a violin Soloist
Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto In E Minor, op. 64
Starts with flutes then big Choral piece sung in german.
Sung by Choir.
- Brahms: (A German Requiem)
- "How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place"