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Taylor’s music department gives study music suggestions

(Photograph provided by unsplash.com) Need some help studying? Try listening to these classical melodies.

(Photograph provided by unsplash.com) Need some help studying? Try listening to these classical melodies.

By JoAnn Rediger | Faculty Contributor

“Research supports the idea that listening to classical music while studying can enhance learning and concentration. Film scores are also an excellent source of music to listen to while studying. Thank you to the 9 a.m. Art as (an) Experience class and members of the music faculty for their input.”

–Professor of Music & Director of Choral Ensembles JoAnn Rediger

“Canon in D” by Johann Pachelbel

“The Four Seasons” by Antonio Vivaldi

“Brandenburg Concertos (1–6)” by Johann Sebastian Bach

“Moonlight Sonata (Piano sonata in C-sharp minor)” by Ludwig van Beethoven

“Piano Concerto in E flat” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

“Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

“Spring Waltz” (and other piano pieces by Chopin) by Frédéric Chopin

“Clair De Lune” (and other works by Debussy) by Claude Debussy

“Appalachian Spring” by Aaron Copland

“Schindler’s List” soundtrack by John Williams

“The Lord of the Rings” soundtrack by Howard Shore

“A Beautiful Mind” soundtrack by James Horner

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