Scarlatti Sonata in D minor K141 by Martha Argerich (2008)

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Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90 - III. Poco allegretto by Johannes Brahms

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Milva, Ballata per una ragazza annegata from the album Milva Canta Brecht, 1971

Rameau, Le Rappel des oiseaux played by Wilhelm Kempff

Darling - Darling - Darling

Chapelier Fou

Metz, France


Here is video of him at it and with little of the sample

Oliver Schroer, Camino Overture

His Camino de Santiago travelogue, of which this music is a part

Bach, Toccata in E Minor, Caroline Duris, Piano 

Track in 22 tone.

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Gonzales (aka Chilly Gonzales), Overnight from the album Solo Piano

The whole album is mellow and meandering. It reminds me at times of the recent (late 1990s-2000s) recordings that Keith Jarrett has made. 

A video of Gonzales playing Dot from the same album.


Here is a Guardian review that compares some of this music to Satie (which I don’t see). Ravel and Gershwin comparisons I have also read, and those I can hear. I hope that you can too if you like their music.

A Silver Mt. Zion, 13 Angels Standing Guard ‘Round the Side of your Bed

Avro Part, Spiegel im Spiegel (music after the 35 second mark)

A piece with a violin that sounds sad while the piano sounds hopeful. 

Scarlatti, Keyboard Sonata in F Minor, played by Alexis Weissenberg

Henryk Górecki, Symphony No. 3 Op. 36, Symphony of Sorrowful Songs, third movement, lento, cantabile semplice

Soprano, Zofia Kilanowicz, Polish National Radio Symphony