Description: This is the March from the ballet The Nutcracker, composed by Tchaikovsky. The piece starts out light, but becomes more dire and serious midway through. The ending section is hard-hitting and proud.

Description: This is the finale of Rossini's William Tell Overture. This section is also known as "March of the Swiss Soldiers". The popular rhythmic pattern is commonly associated with galloping horses both in cartoons and in real life. This version was based on the original score. Instrumentation consists of a piccolo, a flute, two oboes, two clarinets, two bassoons, four french horns, two trumpets, three trombones, timpani, a triangle, cymbals, and section strings.

Description: This piece by Tchaikovsky is mysterious in nature, yet manages to remain soft and sweet throughout. It is commonly heard during the winter holidays along with his other music from the Swan Lake ballet.

Description: This is a true-to-score version of Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy from the ballet The Nutcracker, written by Tchaikovsky.

Description: This is the popular pizzicato movement from the ballet Sylvia, composed by Leo Delibes. This arrangement stays true to the original score, meaning the instrumentation is unchanged. The pizzicato string parts keep the overall feel of this piece lighthearted and playful.

Description: The first movement of the fifth symphony written by Beethoven is one of the most well-known pieces of classical music. This version is for full orchestra and was based on the original score. This version does not repeat the exposition. Beethoven - Symphony No. 5 in C Minor; Op. 67 (Movement 1)

Description: Morning Mood was written by Edvard Grieg in 1875, and is the first movement of his Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46. The reflective melody is often heard in cartoons and television shows during peaceful scenes.

Description: This is a slow, sullen Middle Eastern-inspired ambient track. The melody is played by a duduk, while percussion and section strings (violas, cellos, and basses) provide the accompaniment.

Description: Fanfare-Rondeau is a classical piece of the Baroque era written in 1729. It is from the first Suite de Symphonies by the French composer Jean-Joseph Mouret.

Description: The is the slow, popular air written by Johann Sebastian Bach. This version is for section strings (first and second violins, violas, and cellos).

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