The science behind listening to music is fascinating.
Right now as we’re all staying at home, listening to music is a pass time that is well worth digging in to.
We decided we’d put together some hand-selected playlists for you to try out. If you’re itching to listen to something but having found the right mix, you’re in luck because we’ve curated each list for your enjoyment!
Maybe you needs something to spring clean to or you need some gardening inspiration – we’ve got the tracks for you!
Bach’s music is invigorating for your brain and your body. His music detailed and methodical, planned out but ever fresh. It will put a smile on your face, and help clear your brain. This is music you can put on and go on with your day…but we highly recommend taking some time to sit and concentrate on his music!
Mozart’s music is utterly timeless – as effervescent and elegant now as the day it was written. In his short 36 years, he wrote such a wealth of music filled with light and laughter. Put this one while you’re working away on your laptop at home…it will keep you and your brain moving!
Known for writing some of the most heartbreakingly touching music ever, Brahms’ music is ideal for taking listening to curled up with some tea and breathing deeply. Melodies that move with ease and tension that finds release, Brahms’ music is good for helping you drop your shoulders.
There is an amazing wealth of music that needs to be heard. The SSO has a passion for new music and for music that doesn’t get the recognition it deserves. So we brought you this list – from the amazing George Walker to the stunningly beautiful music of Dobrinka Tabakova, we think you’ll find something to love!