- Performer:John Tesh
- Title:John Tesh Presents: Classical Music for Babies and Their Moms, Vol. 2
- Style:Keyboard,Contemporary Instrumental,Neo-Classical,Piano/New Age
- Date of release:April 10, 2001
- Size FLAC version1101 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1567 megabytes
- Size WMA version1667 megabytes
- Formats:VOX VOC DTS MP1 WAV AAC
Calm/Peaceful Gentle Intimate Laid-Back/Mellow Reflective Soothing. John Tesh Presents: Classical Music for Babies and Their Moms. Executive Producer, Liner Notes, Primary Artist.
Vol. 1 Worship At Red Rocks Discovery Red Rocks Platinum A Deeper Faith Grand Piano Romance Awesome God Grand Piano Christmas The Best of Christmas Christmas Worship The Choirs of Christmas A Deeper Faith II John Tesh Presents: Classical Music for Babies (and their Moms), Vol. 2 Classical Music for a Stress-Free World Pure Gospel Classical Music for an. Intimate Mood Greatest Hits: Live in Concert vol. 1 Intelligence For Your Life: Drive Time Intelligence vol. 1 Grand Piano Worship A Passionate Life Classical Music for a Prayerful Mood God of Wonders Worship Collection: Extreme Worship Worsh.
John Tesh Presents Classical Music For a Prayerful Mood. Petite Suite for piano. 3. Nocturne for string orchestra (arranged by Malcolm Sargent from String Quartet No. 2). Alexander Borodin. 4. Prelude for piano in B minor, Op. 11/1. The Seasons, for piano, Op.
John Frank Tesh (born July 9, 1952) is an American pianist and composer of pop music, as well as a radio host and television presenter. His Intelligence for Your Life radio show airs on nearly 300 stations, and is syndicated by Teshmedia in the . In addition, since 2014, he has hosted Intelligence for Your Life TV with his wife Connie Sellecca. The syndicated TV program airs on 174 stations that cover 93% of the potential .
John Tesh Presents: Classical Music for Babies (and their Moms), Vol. 1. 2001. Classical Music for an Intimate Mood. Classical Music for a Stress-Free World. Forever More: The Greatest Hits Of John Tesh. Forever More - The Greatest Hits of John Tesh. John Tesh Presents: Classical Music for Babies (and their Moms), Vol. 2. 2000.
For many years, John Tesh went virtually unrecognized as a musician and composer, instead enjoying television success as the co-host of the nightly show biz news magazine Entertainment Tonight; while his initial attempts to mount a recording career were met with scorn and ridicule, he had the last laugh on his detractors, rising to become one of new age instrumental music's. Born July 9, 1952 in Long Island, New York, Tesh began playing piano at the age of six; as a teen, he also played organ and trombone with local rock bands. Classical Music for Babies (And Their Moms), Vol. 2 appeared later that spring. John Tesh Presents Classical Music For a Prayerful Mood.
Classical Music from Your Lie in April. Moonlight Sonata 3rd r, Beethoven's Best Piano Songs. 12 Variations on "Ah, Vous Dirai-je, Maman" K. 265 (Twinkle Twinkle Little Star)John Tesh & John Novacek, John Tesh, John Novacek, John Tesh Presents: Classical Music for Babies (and their Moms), Vol. 7:590:30. Introduction et rondo capriccioso, Op. 28Camille Saint-Saëns, Josef Hala, Jiří Bělohlávek, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Chausson, Saint-Saëns, Ravel, Debussy, Suk: Compositions for Violin and Piano.
What are the best classical albums for babies and young children? From relaxing to educational, here's a few of our favourites. Perhaps we're a little biased, but if you're looking for a relaxing album, you can't go far wrong with this ultimate collection of music for babies. There's a wide range of tunes too, from Walton's Touch her soft lips and part to Satie's sublime Gymnopedie. The Royal Scottish National Orchestra released this album in 2012, with the aim of giving a copy to every baby born for an entire year from October to October
Trombone – Alan Kaplan, Alex Iles. Trumpet – Rick Baptist, Stuart Blumberg. Viola – Maria Newman. Violin – Charles Everett, Charlie Bisharat. Vocals – David Pack, Mervyn Warren, Phillip Ingram. The John Tesh Project. Sax On The Beach (CD, Album).
CreditsLyn Bradley - Art Direction
Johannes Brahms - Composer
Frédéric Chopin - Composer
Claude Debussy - Composer
Gabriel Fauré - Composer
Enrique Granados - Composer
Edvard Grieg - Composer
Franz Liszt - Composer
Felix Mendelssohn - Composer
Chris Neal - Producer
John Novacek - Performer, Piano, Primary Artist
Ross Pallone - Mastering
Anthony Paratore - Performer, Piano, Primary Artist
Joseph Paratore - Piano, Primary Artist
Daniel Pollack - Performer, Piano, Primary Artist
Sergey Rachmaninov - Composer
John Tesh - Executive Producer, Liner Notes, Primary Artist
|1||Consolation, for piano No. 3 in D flat major "Lento placido", S. 172/3 (LW A111a/2/2) Franz Liszt||John Tesh feat: Daniel Pollack||4:12|
|2||Arabesques (2) for piano, L. 66 Claude Debussy||John Tesh feat: Daniel Pollack||4:38|
|3||Intermezzo for piano in A major, Op. 118/2 Johannes Brahms||John Tesh feat: Daniel Pollack||6:12|
|4||Etude for piano No. 3 in E major, Op. 10/3, CT. 16 Frédéric Chopin||John Tesh feat: Daniel Pollack||3:52|
|Spanish Dances (12), in 4 volumes for piano, Op. 37, H. 142, DLR 1:2|
|5||("Oriental") Enrique Granados||John Tesh feat: John Novacek||5:14|
|6||Suite No. 2 for 2 pianos in C major, Op. 17 Sergey Rachmaninov||John Tesh feat: Anthony Paratore / Joseph Paratore||6:18|
|7||Melody, lyric piece for piano, Op. 47/3 Edvard Grieg||John Tesh feat: John Novacek||3:09|
|8||Waltz for piano, 4 hands in E major, Op. 39/5 Johannes Brahms||John Tesh feat: Anthony Paratore / Joseph Paratore||1:41|
|9||Song Without Words for piano No. 12 in F sharp minor ("Venetianisches Gondellied"), Op. 30/6 Felix Mendelssohn||John Tesh feat: Daniel Pollack||2:37|
|10||Nocturne for piano No. 14 in F sharp minor, Op. 48/2, CT. 121 Frédéric Chopin||John Tesh feat: John Novacek||7:47|
|11||Barcarolle for piano No. 1 in A minor, Op. 26 Gabriel Fauré||John Tesh feat: John Novacek||4:25|