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Post Sun, Jan 17 2021, 1:16 am
Whick link can I show to my teenager. A link where I will be calm that anything she is buying/ downloading is only classical music. Like beethoven. Nothing from church source or low level . Id put on her whitelist some links to use to listen online too. But only if it's clean. Youtube I dont like because it forces her to see the ads. Also in the suggestions theres loads of garbage.She is into playing instruments. She'd love to listen some
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Post Sun, Jan 17 2021, 1:42 am
Or CDs but very professionally played.
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Post Sun, Jan 17 2021, 2:09 am
How strict are you about kashrus of music? You sound very sheltered, and I have no idea what you’re really looking for or what is problematic. Or what online sources you would be willing to search - buying a cd or mp3s on Amazon?

For Beethoven, just get a CD of his 9 Symphonies. 🤷🏻‍♀️
Look for something by a professional philharmonic or symphony.

The 9th one has a choir section, and is often performed at Xmas time, but it’s not actually religious. It has some poetic mythological references (ex. “daughters of Elysium”), but it’s not a song of *praise* to any deities, it’s like if an atheist used “Garden of Eden” to refer to a beautiful paradise. No actual belief is implied, it’s just a shared cultural concept.

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Post Sun, Jan 17 2021, 2:13 am
I taught a music history course at a Bais Yaakov school for two years, so I have lots of individual approved-by-hanhala tracks to recommend from my curriculum, but I don’t think they’d just be found all together in one cd collection or Spotify playlist or whatever.

I can just give a list of pieces I would recommend?

There are thousands of instrumental classical pieces; what does your daughter like? Full orchestral pieces? Violin? Piano?

Your original post used the word “calming” but there is plenty of fantastic music that I wouldn’t call “relaxing” or “calming”.
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Post Sun, Jan 17 2021, 8:25 am
Thanks. She plays violin and dreams of playing harp. She likes to hear any real professionally played classical. She listened to the link https://youtu.be/Rb0UmrCXxVA?l.....ms1mI on my laptop and was upset why only I can search amd try and she cannot see / browse around those on her kosher laptop. So I d like to give her lots of kosher without words. Can be on audio cd or downloads or links. Id love to have a list of things that you approve. Wether I need to purchase or not. I want to give her lots of kosher pleasure for her ears.
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Post Sun, Jan 17 2021, 8:30 am
Continued. We try to stay away from words. The one with the choir I would not enjoy having home. Thanks. Mp3 also good. Im not sure where Id play it but Ill find the right tool
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Post Sun, Jan 17 2021, 2:54 pm
If she’s interested in seeing other frum women instrumentalists:

Rivka Nahari plays the harp: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QK8Rq0yqgc8

Andrea Grinberg plays cello:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qBAF1GiK7zg

Abby Harris is an award-winning pianist and composer and she’s still in high school!
https://youtube.com/channel/UC.....jXzrw


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Post Sun, Jan 17 2021, 2:56 pm
If she likes violin, look for pieces by Vivaldi. His most famous suite is The Four Seasons. It’s a group of 4 violin concertos, one for each season. Totally instrumental.
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Post Tue, Jan 26 2021, 11:15 am
Our family listens to a radio station KUSC all day, on an internet radio. It's a classical music radio station. USC is the University of Southern California. You can contact KUSC directly to find out all the ways you can listen.

Their website: kusc.org

They play a huge variety of music and I have learned so much. Some of the music is exhilarating, some peaceful, all excellent.

Our children have researched what they've heard on KUSC using wikipedia. [Search what you are interested in by writing wiki first, so to look up Leonard Bernstein, you google "Wiki Leonard Bernstein".]

Our child now plays the oboe. You can compare what various instruments sound like here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nNilTdpDiE

Best wishes.
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Post Mon, Feb 01 2021, 3:08 am
I ordered this

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Post Mon, Feb 01 2021, 3:20 am
[quote="bigsis144"]I taught a music history course at a Bais Yaakov school for two years, so I have lots of individual approved-by-hanhala tracks to recommend from my curriculum, but I don’t think they’d just be found all together in one cd collection or Spotify playlist or whatever.

I can just give a list of pieces I would recommend?

There are thousands of instrumental classical pieces; what does your daughter like? Full orchestral pieces? Violin? Piano?

Your original post used the word “calming” but there is plenty of fantastic music that I wouldn’t call “relaxing” or “calming”.[/quote is there a way to buy some of them on email, mp3 or cd?
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