Masterpieces of classical music.

"You can listen to recordings of famous classical pieces and read the biography of each composer" - APPEd review
“Compositions of all the greatest songs in history.” – App Picker

App combines a great collection of compositions by the best composers of the world and an encyclopedia, which tells about their life and work

Here we have tried to collect the best works of Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Handel, Chopin and many other famous composers.

The main advantage of the app is that you can listen to classical music even without Internet connection. All you need is once to download the song you like, and you can listen to it at any time: and in the subway, and on the plane.

So, if you are ready to discover the magical world of the classics, download our app and enjoy the best works of the world culture!

FEATURES
- 200 masterpieces of the world classical music of 55 composers
- More than 12 hours of music, great sound quality
- Download of any compositions for listening without access to Internet
- Handy player, division of compositions by authors
- Detailed biographies of all presented composers
- AirPlay, background playback, remote control and playlists support

Enjoy your listening!

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App Details

Masterpieces of classical music.
Average Rating
4.5 out of 5   
Reviewed By
267 users
Category
Music
Developer
Evolution Games LLP
Released
November 5, 2012
Version
2.1.2
Size
79 MB

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