I listen to Classical Music In My Office ALL The Time so I thought I would write about it. Classical music speaks to me while I work, In different ways but, mostly helps me focus.

The Science Behind Why Music Makes Us Feel So Good. Unlike food or sex, music isn't necessary for our survival, but it is extremely rewarding and pleasurable. It taps into the same parts of the brain that pleasure from sex and food does. Music floods the brain with a chemical called dopamine.

They have found that the brain structures activated are the same regions linked to other euphoric stimuli, such as food, sex, and drugs. Blood flow in the brain rises and falls to swells of music in areas associated with reward, emotion, and arousal.

3 HOURS The Best Classical Music Playlist Mix (Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Chopin) Beautiful Piano, Violin & Orchestral Masterpieces by the greatest composers of all time.

Music: "Canon in D major - Pachelbel","Gymnopédies No.2 & No.3","Egmont Overture - Beethoven”, “Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G, Movement I (Allegro), BWV 1049 - Bach", "Waltz (Tchaikovsky Op. 40)", "Cello Suite #1 in G - Prelude - Bach" and "Also Sprach Zarathustra - Strauss" performed by Kevin MacLeod

"The Four Seasons - Vivaldi" performed by John Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players (freemusicarchive.org/music/john_harrison_with_the_wichita_state_university_chamber_players/the_four_seasons_vivaldi)

"Piano Sonata No. 11 - III. Rondo Alla Turca "Turkish March" - Mozart" performed by Bernd Krueger (piano-midi.de)

Why we like music is actually simple and has to do with strong aesthetic emotion: nostalgia. Good music memories anchor deep in our brains because of the strong emotions associated with them. ... The peak aesthetic experience we sometimes feel from simple everyday casual listening of beautiful music actually changes our brain chemistry

I Like BACH Too

Minuet in G Bach Violin sheet music

You Really should check this Kid Out!  This is the phenomenal performance that earnt Christian Li joint first prize at the Menuhin Competition 2018.

Music has a profound effect on our mood, blood pressure, and heart rate. For the best music to focus and study, choose tunes that keep you awake but won't cause you to start tapping your body to the beat.

You can plan a set amount of uninterrupted music, which serves as a built-in timer for studying and working in my case.

A Few Famous Classical Music Pieces

Cello Concerto in E Minor Op.85: Edward Elgar

Toccata and Fugue in D Minor BWV.565: J.S Bach

Legendary Toccata and Fugue by Bach. The piece is composed for organ which brings with it a certain creepiness that has been exploited to great effect in movies from Fantasia to Jekyll & Hyde and even “An Accidental Zombie named Ted,” in 2017.

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik: W.A Mozart

Less commonly known as Serenade number 13 in G major, this piece of late-middle period Mozart is perhaps the best known of anything he composed. 

Symphony No.40 K.550 in G Minor: W.A Mozart

This was the penultimate Symphony composed by Mozart, preceding the great “Jupiter” symphony by only a few months. 

Fur Elise; Ludwig van Beethoven

No article of the most famous classical pieces, no matter how brief could overlook this brief Beethoven piano piece. The work was originally given the far less inspiring title of Bagatelle number 25 in A minor, only later receiving the title we recognize today. Fur Elise was published several decades after Beethoven’s death following its discovery by a musicologist called Ludwig Nohl. As with many famous pieces, the authorship of it is surrounded by a certain mystery that still occupies academics and amateurs alike.