The 18th-century classical music greatest works
Other renowned works
1791 - Symphony No. 94 in G major Joseph Haydn
1775 - Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major, “Alla turka” Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
1749 - Mass in B minor Johann Sebastian Bach
1727 - Coronation Anthem No. 1, “Zadok the priest” George Frideric Handel
1727 - St. Matthew Passion Johann Sebastian Bach
1724 - St. John Passion Johann Sebastian Bach
1721 - Brandenburg concertos Johann Sebastian Bach
1717 - The Water Music George Frideric Handel
1705 - Toccata and Fugue in D minor Johann Sebastian Bach
1700 - Canon for 3 violins and basso continuo in D major Johann Pachelbel
This selection of works is not the result of personal preferences or artistic opinion. Selected works come from an exclusive data analysis method developed by soclassiq.
The dating of the works can be precise or sometimes approximate. It may correspond to the premiere date or publication year or completion of the composition (that can be several years after its first public execution).
1700 .. 1800 : the essential composers
1756-1791 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart °
1770-1827 Ludwig van Beethoven °
1685-1750 Johann Sebastian Bach °
1797-1828 Franz Schubert °
1732-1809 Joseph Haydn °
1678-1741 Antonio Vivaldi °
1685-1759 George Frideric Handel °
1792-1868 Gioachino Rossini °
° : Masterpieces listed
On stage or recorded, listen these essential works
Meet the greatest works of classical music
Currently, 25000+ works are listed for a small selection of 101 composers among thousands listed here. Many composers are missing of which some are essential: J. Rodriguo, C. Franck, H. Gorecki, C. Nielsen, J.Corigliano, P. Hindemith, C. Ives, A. Webern ... New catalogues will be processed later to complete this experience of the discovery of the classical music masterpieces. Thus this selection of works will be updated.
Through the ages
Some major genres or forms among the 150 listed
The purpose of these pages is to point out few relevant works only among tens of thousands and to provide some chronological references.