I'm in the Mood for a Melody
Another of my favorite pieces (oddly I usually find myself listening to this in the evening, as opposed to the morning, as our family unwind from a hectic day)

Edward Elgar's beautiful Chanson de Matin. Here, an orchestral arrangement is played wonderfully and with great delicacy.




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The pup sits bored through the whole song until they do their little jam at the end then he decides this is enough and lays down until the applause.

Donke/Zigon und der 3. Mann: Come a Little Bit Closer

(Jay & The Americans - best rock-n-roll band out of Brooklyn:)
Oh, where are the snows of yesteryear!
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Johan Halvorsen, Entry march of the Boyars.
Ores, casta legas, jejunes otia vites si servare velis corpora casta Deo.
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Fantasie zu Fier Händen, Schubert.
Ores, casta legas, jejunes otia vites si servare velis corpora casta Deo.
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I have this on repeat lately- romantic with a capital R. The composer is about 14(!) here.
For the Christ-Child who comes is the Master of all
No palace too great, no cottage too small- Phillips Brooks
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For the Christ-Child who comes is the Master of all
No palace too great, no cottage too small- Phillips Brooks
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This is a lovely piece for unwinding and relaxing with- Ben Folds` lovely tune of his famous song "The Luckiest". Beautifully arranged by Nicholas Buc and performed here by The Benaud Trio.

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Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band, St. Patrick's Day 2013, Part 2

Oh, where are the snows of yesteryear!
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