Am listening to classical music using the Idagio app. The 14-day free trial period offers enough time for you to check if it’s worth subscribing to.
One of the wonderful things about Idagio is the Mood feature, which allows you to quickly focus on music that’s Gentle, Relaxed, Peaceful, Joyful.. or any other mood you prefer.
(Yes, there’s also a selection for the times when you’re feeling angry!)
It saves time, because we can rely on the curated choices made by people who eat, drink, and breathe classical music.
By people who have taken the time to classify and categorize music thoughtfully, after going through thousands of pieces.
The Popular section offers insight on the kind of classical music people listen to worldwide.
You may also search Idagio’s huge database for titles or even the names of composers.
Another option is to browse through the sections on baroque, chamber music, and other areas you may delightfully be seeing for the first time.
Be sure to also scroll through the parts which will help expand your awareness of classical music, as you gradually become familiar with key phrases.
May this app inspire you to learn more and discover the powerful effects playing music in the background can have while you engage in creative work.
At the moment, I’m writing this as Ludwig Van Beethoven’s Sonata for Piano No. 1 in F minor op. 2/1 plays in the background.
(TIP: Use Chromecast so that instead of listening to music using your smartphone’s internal speaker, you can use of larger external speakers to help enrich your audio experience.)
Playing lyric-less music in the background helps elevate our mood, which makes it easier to write articles, blog posts, ebooks, or email replies.
So go ahead and give the Idagio app a try today!
Simply go to your play or app store, and search for IDAGIO to find the updated app page.