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Here’s Our Top Ten Music Playlist for You to Enjoy!

Music isn’t just an art form; it’s a way of life. And like most art forms, it has a few pieces that touch us so deeply that we can’t help but get lost in all the feelings it ignites in us. That’s exactly what our top ten music playlist represents.

We seek to engage all music lovers on a common platform where we can collectively appreciate, recognize, and revel in the glory of music that has come before us. Our team has curated a premier collection of top songs from various genres to create a playlist that will leave you wanting for more. This is our way of preserving the past, recognizing each music form’s individual creativity, and letting others enjoy what thousands before them have already experienced. Our top ten music playlist for music lovers is a place where you can become one and the same with an art form that resonates with millions.

So, turn the volume up loud, and enjoy!


This gr8 masterpiece has found its way to the TOP of the Top Ten.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – “Eine kleine Nachtmusik”

I. Allegro

II. Romanze (Andante)

III. Menuetto and Trio (Allegretto)

IV. Rondo (Allegro)



Paul Whiteman’s early classic is our new #2

Paul Whiteman Orchestra – “Doo Wacka Doo



This song is such a familiar part of our culture:

The Southern Four – “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot”



This early recording of a Christmas Carol classic is a favorite with our listeners:

Warren Averel – Hark The Herald Angels



This dance craze moves up to #5!

The Charleston 7 – “Toodles”



This selection has been mastered for streaming:

New, Old Music by Blind Blake



This classic makes its top ten debut!

Oratorio Chorus – George Frideric Handel’s “Hallelujah chorus – Messiah”



This is the 1st time for this blues classic:

Bertha Lee with Charley Patton – “Mind Reader Blues”



This is the original version of a song recorded by many contemporary artists

George Reneau – “The Lonesome Road”



Another 1st time song for the Top Ten:

Cripple Clarence Lofton – “Monkey Man Blues”