Classical Greats

The unprecedented masters of the ages are back -The Classical Greats. 

Re-live the work of Mozart, the innovation of Beethoven, feel the Four Seasons of Vivaldi… like never before. 
Featuring the greatest composers, their work, and represented by many of the world's most famous orchestras -
The London Symphony Orchestra, The Staatkapelle Dresden, The Halle Orchestra, The Berliner Orchestra - These legendary recordings have been loingly remastered at the Global Journey studio, highlight the very best in Classical composition and performance. Available for an unbelievable price of £3.99.
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  • Best of Classics 2

    Best of Classics 2

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    Any attempt to classify great classical music and formulate a categorical list of the greatest compositions is hugely subjective and will forever be open to debate. It is impossible to suggest that the music chosen for this series represents the "greatest hits" of classical music but it certainly features the most popular pieces based on sales volumes over many years.
  • Best of Classics 3

    Best of Classics 3

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    Any attempt to classify great classical music and formulate a categorical list of the greatest compositions is hugely subjective and will forever be open to debate. It is impossible to suggest that the music chosen for this series represents the "greatest hits" of classical music but it certainly features the most popular pieces based on sales volumes over many years.
  • Best of Classics 4

    Best of Classics 4

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    Any attempt to classify great classical music and formulate a categorical list of the greatest compositions is hugely subjective and will forever be open to debate. It is impossible to suggest that the music chosen for this series represents the "greatest hits" of classical music but it certainly features the most popular pieces based on sales volumes over many years.
  • Chill Out Classics 2

    Chill Out Classics 2

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    Chill Out Classics 2 features the delightful touch of Shelley Beaumont on piano. These great classical tracks wash over you and transmit a tranquil sense of wellbeing.
  • Chill Out Classics 3

    Chill Out Classics 3

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    These great classical works, performed by full orchestras, have been chosen specifically for their subtlety and serenity. There can be no better way to chill-out than listening to the most tranquil masterpieces by the greatest composers.
  • Chill Out Classics 4

    Chill Out Classics 4

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    These great classical works, performed by full orchestras, have been chosen specifically for their subtlety and serenity. There can be no better way to chill-out than listening to the most tranquil masterpieces by the greatest composers.
  • Classical Birdsong

    Classical Birdsong

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    A couple of violins, a viola, a cello.............and Birdsong! This amazing "Quintet" pay tribute to the great composers by performing nature-inspired classical masterpieces.
  • Classical Thunder

    Classical Thunder

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    The combination of the awesome majesty of a thunderstorm and some of the most inspired classical music ever written merge on this stunning album which somehow manages to be both exhilarating and incredibly relaxing.
  • Film Classics 1

    Film Classics 1

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    Some of the greatest scenes from some of the greatest movies are forever imprinted on our minds and a large part of that is the accompanying music. Classical music has been used in great cinematic epics since the birth of film and this album features a selection of the most evocative tracks from some of Hollywood's greatest masterpieces.
  • Haydn

    Haydn

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    One of the most creative, prolific and experimental composers of all time, Haydn's influence reaches all sphere's of classical music. He wrote more music than nearly every other composer and the consistency of his work is astounding in it's quality and it's ability to charter new territory in classical music. His vivid imagination added to a sharp sense of humour make listening to his work an enthralling experience.
  • Mendelssohn

    Mendelssohn

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    One of the most talented and prolific composers ever, he is best remembered as the man who gave the world The Wedding March that has accompanied millions of brides down the aisle but his other works are worthy of similar acclaim. He developed a basic classical approach to musical composition with fresh romantic harmonies and expressiveness. His talent went way beyond writing, he was an excellent pianist, violinist, conductor, painter and linguist. Although he conformed to expressive, romantic harmonies.
  • Piano Classics 2

    Piano Classics 2

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    The great pianist Sviatislav Richter at his very best, peerless performances of Tchaikovsky's piano concerti.
  • Saint-Saëns

    Saint-Saëns

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    At the age of two †he could already read and write and began piano lessons then almost immediately began composing. His first piano recital was at age five and at ten years of age he gave public recitals of Bach, Beethoven and Mozart. At the age of sixteen, he wrote his first symphony. In all, he composed over three hundred works and was the first major composer to write music specifically for the cinema.
  • Sibelius

    Sibelius

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    Jean Sibelius was part of a wave of composers who accepted the norms of late 19th century composition, but sought to radically simplify the internal construction of the music. He pursued the idea of continuously developing cells and fragments of music until, like a mosaic, they came together to form a grand statement at the end. He was an advocate of Finland's independence from Russia and his composition "Finlandia" was so powerful and stirring that it's performance was banned in Russia.
  • Violin Classics 1

    Violin Classics 1

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    The beauty and poignancy of the violin has enchanted us for over 400 years, it is considered "the leader" of the Orchestra, and the principal first violin is subordinate only to the conductor. Since the Baroque era the violin has been one of the most important of all instruments in classical music for several reasons. The tone of the violin stands out above other instruments making it appopriate for playing a melody line. Many great composers "honoured" the violin by composing pieces specifically highlighting it's majesty and this album features two of the best known; by Vivaldi and Bruch.
  • Vivaldi

    Vivaldi

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    The son of a talented violinist Vivaldi gave up the priesthood to become a violin teacher at an orphange and wrote most of his great works for the appreciation and benefit of his students. He sought harmonic contrasts and innovative melodies to educate the children but the joyous music was eventually heard outside the orphanage and Vivaldi became hugely popular. His music inspired Bach who transcribed a number of Vivaldi's concertos for solo keyboard, along with a number for orchestra. Bach also adored Vivaldi's most famous work, The Four Seasons, which Vivaldi composed without the use of percussion to dramatise the effects he sought to portray.