Beautiful, Wordless Music for Reading and Studying

    If you are anything like me, then you find it hard to concentrate on things such as reading or studying when you are listening to music with words in it. I don’t always have music on in the background when I read or study, but sometimes I think it makes things more exciting. Here is some of my favorite music for when I want to listen to something and not get distracted.


Lindsey Stirling

    I first saw Lindsey when she was on America’s Got Talent and I have loved her music ever since. This girl is crazy talented. She plays the violin and dances at the same time. I love so many of her songs and I think you should definitely check her out!

Here are some links to Youtube videos of her playing the violin:


The Piano Guys

    These two guys (one is a pianist and the other is a cellist) are fun to listen to because they play a lot of popular music with just their instruments. They also have really cool youtube videos of their covers.

Here are links to Youtube videos of their covers:

Paradise (African version) by Coldplay  (This one has words, but I can’t understand them so they aren’t distracting to me)

Ludovico Einaudi

    Ludovico is a talented pianist who I found a long time ago. I haven’t listened to all of his work, but that is because I have a lot of my favorite songs of his on repeat (that’s how I usually do things haha). He is one of my favorites (his songs are amazing). I would really recommend listening to them!

These are three of my favorite songs of his:


Helen Jane Long

    Helen plays the piano and I only just recently found her music. I think I had heard some of her songs before I knew who she was (they seemed very familiar). I haven’t listened to too much of her music yet, but I really like what I have heard so far!

Here are some Youtube videos of her songs:


Mozart in the Jungle Soundtrack

    I have also started watching the show Mozart in the Jungle and I am really liking it. I think it is just so hilarious and addicting. Since the show is about the New York Symphony, it is not surprising that it features a lot of really good music. I have found myself playing the soundtrack from time to time and I would definitely recommend listening to it as well as watching the show!

Here are some songs off the soundtrack:

Lisztomania  (This is the show’s intro music)
Veridis Quo by Daft Punk  (Not really classical, but it was played on the show an

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