Day 2: Find a Piece of Classical Music to Listen to

 

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Beethoven Anyone?

Or Tchaikovsky? Duke Ellington? Mozart? Bach? Dave Brubeck? Ravel? Smetana?

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Since you did something nice for others yesterday, today is the day where you get to choose a treat for yourself!

A treat it is. And I mean it. Listening to classical music has so many benefits, scientists have documented it plenty of times:

  • it stimulates your creative side
  • it soothes and calms
  • it fosters logical thinking
  • it reduces your blood pressure
  • it can improve sleep
  • it works as an anti depressant

Sure sounds like a perfect remedy for all our situation right now!

Maybe you already have a favorite composer, or conductor, or musician. Make it a determination to listen to them at least once a day. You’ll feel great, and you’ll easily understand what millions of people knew all along: classical music is a great healer.

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Leave a link to your favorite classical piece in the comments below

Find a piece of classical music that you enjoy, and share it with us. Simply post the YouTube link here, so others can discover it, and maybe sit back and relax for a while.

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Best of all: you earn 50 KR Points towards FREE goodies!

Dig around in the great treasure box of YouTube. It’s not hard to find a piece of classical music that you can love. Make it yours!

You can choose as many as you wish – each will be shared, but only one per day gets KR Points.

Add yours now and get 50 KR Points! (Love & Peace Society™ VIP Members and Love & Peace Executives™ President Members always get double: in this case, that’s 100 KR Points!)

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Leave your link to YouTube classical music in the comments below!

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Some wonderful music that others listen to:
Rhapsody in Blue, by George Gershwin (Royal Academy of Music) >  Ingrid Webster 4/2/20
Dr. Kanwal Bawa
4/2/20 
Julie Miro
4/2/20 
Mitchell Moose
4/2/20
Michelle Haast
4/2/20
Nadia Carmon
4/2/20
Andrew E. Reid
4/2/20
Dave Schanzer
4/3/20
Dave Schanzer
4/3/20
Rhapsody in Blue, by George Gershwin, any version
Carol Stratton
4/4/20
Ingrid Webster
4/9/20
Mark Veen
4/9/20
Any, before school tests Mary Marder 8/17/20
The Entertainer Ryan’s OPC 8/17/20
Pachelbel, Canon in D Bettina Sutor 8/17/20
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