Studying to the beat of Bach


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The first weeks of school have come and gone, which means only one thing. Upcoming exams are approaching us and with that in mind it’s time to prepare for countless hours studying. One way to do this is create a study playlist to enhance your concentration and focus on your task. Luckily for you, below is a playlist made conveniently for your use.

Study Playlist:

  • “Brandenburg Concerto #3” -Bach
  • “Briony” -Dario Marianelli
  • “VSQ Performs the Hits of 2013, Volume 2” -Vitamin String Quartet
  • “Who are the Roma?” -Hans Zimmer
  • “Arrival of The Birds” – London Metropolitan Orchestra
  • “Flying” – James Newton Howard
  • “Paperman” –Christopher Beck
  • “Piano Quartet in G Minor (2 Larghetto)” -Mozart
  • “Lily’s Theme” –Alexandre Desplat
  • “Nocturne in E Flat Major” -Chopin
  • “Prélude from Suite No. 1 in G Major for Cello” –Bach
  • “Waltz of the Flower” –Tchaikovsky
  • “Nocturne in C Sharp Minor” –Chopin
  • “Clair de Lune” –Debussy
  • “Serenade for Strings in C Major” –Tchaikovsky
  • “Dawn” –Dario Marianelli
  • “Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major” –Mozart
  • “Unaccompanied Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major” –Yo-Yo Ma

An alternative to listening to instrumental music is focusing to the sounds of nature. Listening to the ocean’s waves or to falling rain may help increase concentration or keep your mind engaged on your studies. Try these websites to listen to some nature sounds:

Nature Sounds: