Best Classical Tunes - is a
multi-lingual web site dedicated to music lovers, music
students, music teachers, and people who are just discovering the world of classical music.
Its objective is to make it easy
for people to listen to the best tunes the classics have to offer, and to
access to the sheet music for these tunes. >
It also boasts a popular melody search feature, with a virtual piano
so you can play a theme with the mouse or a touch-screen, and the system will search for the tune in its
If it finds it, it will name it, play it and display the music notation for it.
Good tunes are vital ingredients of listenable music. This site is particularly devoted to pleasing melodies.
It is crammed full of tunes that have lasted for centuries and will continue to last for many more.
Some Mozart String
Crystal-clear, tuneful, and
quintessentially classical music to calm
String Quartet no 14 in G major, K387.
String Quartet no 17 in Bb K 458 'The Hunt'
String Quartet no 19 in C K465 'Dissonant'
Handy Tips. - simply type the first few letters of any composer's name, and once uniquely identified, that composer's screen will pop up, from any web page in this site.
- Click on any picture on this page to hear a demo
Currently Available Tunes:
1943 tune entries, containing:-
482 scores as PDF;
1121 midi files;
1929 audio mp3 files
2648 dictionary themes;
plus heaps of traditional and folk tunes.
Browsers. It now supports 6 web browsers:- Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Apple Safari, Firefox, Opera, and Internet Explorer.
For more information about browser support see Frequently Asked Questions.
Best Classical Tunes is now a
multi-lingual site in French, German,
Spanish and Italian. Just click on one
of the flags above. It also has
text-to-speech options on many pages (in
all 5 languages), so you can listen to
the text being read out to you.
The Speech Recognition
page allows you to navigate this site
using voice commands instead of the
fly-out menu. This is currently only
supported in Google Chrome browser, and
only in the English language version so
You can now quickly post your comments on
any aspect of this site, to our blog
Music Fixes Everything
. Here you can
also participate in our on-line
discussion forum about classical music.
When you use the virtual
of our themes dictionary lookup to search for a theme,
all matching tunes now show musical notation and a green play button so you can listen instantly.
Feedback. This site was created and is maintained by Victor Gomersall,
QLD, Australia, solely for the love of music and the benefit and enjoyment of the community.
However, I am very keen to receive feedback from you if you have enjoyed my site. Please tell me what you like
and dislike, and any suggestions you have.
You can post comments
here. I am also interested in what country you are from. The musical community
is international, and I have received emails from so many different countries all around the world.
You can contact me
by email here.