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Klementium Study Playlist

74671ccd3fbe76bf0563bd9590c249e3983ada3696e33bbd7d372f7909af675a_1.jpgI’ve really been making an effort to embrace the Holiday spirit this year. There’s something about the last few years of college decisions and finals that have come to overpower my original enthusiasm for MIRTH. What an irritating word, and yet…so good. It’s like the cast of Harry Potter saying, “Happy Christmas.” You’ve just got to love it. It sounds both so wrong and so right to my ears.

url-1.jpgAnyway, in that effort, I dragged some of my friends along to a classical Christmas concert at the Klementium in Prague. Pra-HA! To be fair, I didn’t know it was going to be classical music, but regardless, we went. We were there. And I loved it! I think they did too! (Another to be fair moment, I  almost fell asleep at one point. It’s just so soothing…)url.jpg

One important thing I did glean was how helpful the concert’s repertoire has been for my studying. So now I can add finals to the Holidays and get: an awesome studying playlist! Hurrah. I do believe that this equals MIRTH! MIIIIIIRTH! Gosh. It’s just an annoying word. 

M. A. Charpentier: Te Deum 

A. Corelli: Christmas Pastorale 

W. A. Mozart: A Little Night Music (selection) 

W. A. Mozart: Allelujah 

J. Pachelbel: Canon in D Major 

J. F. Wade: Adeste Fideles 

Ch. Gounod: Ave Maria 

A. Dvorak: Slavonic Dance No. 8 

F. Schubert: Ave Maria 

T. Albinoni: Adagio in g minor 

J. S. Bach: Toccata and fuga d minor 

C. Franck: Panis Angelicus 

B. Smetana: Moldau 

W. A. Mozart: Queen of Night

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