In his own memoirs, the composer Hector Berlioz wrote, “Love cannot express the idea of music, while music may give an idea of love,” debating the relative powers of the two. Here's an impassioned set of classical music to prove him right. Our editors regularly update these selections. If you like a piece, add it to your library.
12 Songs, Op. 21: IX. Melody (Transcr. Volodos for Piano)