AppDictions App Review
Classic Tunes USA as a whole is comprised of three large volumes, for this iPhone review we will be taking a look, and a listen to, tracks 1 through 94. Classic Tunes USA features some of the most well known and greatest classical composers like Mozart, Bach, Beethoven and Handel. These are complete songs; this universal app plays the entire song, not just a snippet, so you can enjoy some classical music without feeling shorted or wanting more.
The developer Twowaynco has done well to pair the musical genre with a clean and classic, dark wood interface and retro record player graphics which shine brightly on the iPhone’s Retina Display. The track listings are sortable by title, composer, etc. which gives you a fair amount of personalization, and you can even make your own playlist. Classic Tunes USA can be used for sheer listening enjoyment or as a reference in music education. There is also a really neat sleep times, so you can drift off to dream land listening to some relaxing classical scores (rumors have it, listening to classical music while falling asleep will make you smarter!)
Classic Tunes USA is a tremendous composition of classic music sure to be a hit for music instructors as well as fans of the genre.
[Classic Tunes USA Vol.1 – 94 songs] A classic blockbuster including themes by Bach, Beethoven, Handel, Mozart and etc.
Includes timeless masterpieces by the greatest composers.
Includes some of the greatest performances of some of the greatest musicians, sure to move your heart.
This application is made using the best performed sources, including acts by some of the world greatest composers and musicians.
Recommended for educational purposes for students of all level.
Not extracts but the entire song.
Once installed, enjoy anywhere anytime without worrying about network fees.
This three part series holds a total of Two hundred eighty-three songs.
Beethoven : Piano Concerto No.5 “Emperor”, Piano Sonata No.14 “Moonlight”, Piano Sonata No.8 “Pathetique”, Symphony No.3 “Eroica”, Symphony No.5, Symphony No.6 “Pastorale”, Violin Concerto, Violin Sonata No.5 “Spring”, Violin Sonata No.9 “Kreutzer”
Handel : Xerxes
Mozart : Clarinet Quintet,Eine Kleine Nachtmusik,Piano Concerto No.21 “Elvira Madigan”,Symphony No.38,Symphony No.40,Violin Concerto No.5
Pachelbel : Canon
Paganini : Violin Concerto No.1
Rossini : Guillaume Tell, La Gazza Ladra
[Major Player] Adolf Busch, Arthur Fiedler, Arthur Schnabel, Artur Schnabel, Arturo Toscanini, Benny Goodman, Bruno Walter, Edwin Fischer, Frutwangler, Jascha Heifetz, Joseph Szigetti, Leopold Stokowski, Pablo Casals, Thomas Beecham, Tito Schipa, Wilhelm Kempff, Yehudi Menuhin
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.0 or later.