A couple of months ago I stumbled upon a blog post featuring a link to a great collection of classical music; intended to be played in the background to help you study.  It was originally posted on CBC Music around the end of the school year when many students were studying for their final exams.  Since the article was also directing me to one of my favorite Canadian Classical music radio stations I had to go check it out for myself.  The following link takes you to my happy discovery.  I thought it would be fitting to include this link as part of our Back-to-School series during the month of August here on Worthy Books & Things.  I hope you enjoy it!

From Concert Hall to Study Hall

CBC Music has put together a fantastic playlist to assist us in our work and studies or various other creative endeavors.

Please let me know what you think and how you make use of this playlist.  Do you play classical music during study time, nap time or perhaps craft time?  Do you prefer background listening, focused appreciation or a bit of both?  Do any of you make use of Charlotte Mason’s Classical Composer Study method?  I am listening to Beethoven’s Sonata #28 in A major, Op. 101 as I write this and will continue to listen to the rest of the playlist (quietly in the background) as I go prepare a course of study for the coming (home)school year.

Happy listening!

P.S.  Thanks to Heather Wright for sharing this playlist where I first discovered it over at her blog Wrighting Words.

© Una-Melina // Worthy Books & Things, 2013.