#1
What I mean is, Bach/Beethoven/Mozart style, kind of largely instrumental piano music that has been written in like the past 100 years.


I ask because I'd like to explore the world of beautiful music, starting with the current and largely unknown.


All recommendations are appreciated though, so if you really love some Chopin piece or whatever, let me know!


Thanks
#2
I personally find Chopin's Azure Prelude Opus 29 to be my favorite classical piano song.

As for Modern Piano, try some Jim Brickman or David Lanz.
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#3
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I personally find Chopin's Azure Prelude Opus 29 to be my favorite classical piano song.

As for Modern Piano, try some Jim Brickman or David Lanz.



I could not find the Chopin piece on YouTube, where else might I should look?

I'll listen to those other 2 guys right now.
#4
you can check this, it's from the past 2 years but still sounds pretty cool

www.myspace.com/neoessence

EDIT: also you can look for remilegend on newgrounds music.
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