PLAY NOW: The Opposite of the Baby Crying

Dec 4, 2013

Whether you're sitting in the bath (or you wish you were), entertaining friends, or perhaps looking to relax after the baby has finally stopped crying -- Interlochen Public Radio's Kate Botello has the perfect Classical playlist for you. Play the music from your computer anytime. All you need is a free Spotify account.

PLAY NOW! Curated Classical

We asked a listener with a new baby what she most wanted from classical music. Her response? "I want something that's the opposite of the baby crying." We hope this fits the bill.

THE OPPOSITE OF THE BABY CRYING

Listen on Spotify, below, or click here (links to the web player; opens a new browser window. Account required (free).

  • A Night Piece; Arthur Foote
  • La Valse d'Amelie (piano); Yann Tiersen
  • Trio No. 6 in G major; J.S. Bach
  • Ballade No. 1 in G minor; Frederic Chopin
  • Adagio for Strings and Organ in G minor; Tomasso Albinoni
  • A Hermit Thrush at Eve No. 1; Amy Beach
  • Largo, Symphony No. 9 in E minor, From the New World; Antonin Dvorak
  • Ave Maristela; Hernando de Cabezon
  • Adagio Con Variazione for Cello and Orchestra; Ottorino Respighi
  • Liebestraume (Nocturne No. 3); Franz Liszt
  • Letters of a Traveller​; Olafur Arnalds, Alice Sara Ott
  • Song of the Angel; John Tavener
  • Pavane for a Dead Princess (arr. Yolanda Kondonassis, harp); Maurice Ravel
  • Ombra ma Fui (from Xerxes); George Frideric Handel
  • The Chairman's Waltz (from Memoirs of a Geisha); John Williams
  • The Island; Marco Lucchi, Meredith Monk
  • Clair de Lune (from Suite Bergamasque); Claude Debussy
  • Adagio und Rondo for Celesta, Flute, Oboe, Viola and Violoncello; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart