Welcome to a Free Musical Journey!

    This website was built and passionately maintained by Jim Migdoll. 1948 – 2018.

    Although he has now gone off on to divine adventures, his friends and family are very keen to keep this site up in Jim’s memory, and for the pleasure of others.

    Please continue to enjoy the music Jim loved, and was so happy to share.

    Select your own favorite composers, genres and individual musical selection: Then listen/download for free. No joining or registration. My hope is that this site will provide a broad introduction to ‘newbies’ – and that real aficionados of Classical music will find plenty of interest too.

    One of the best features of the site is the Long Playing selections.

    They allow you to listen uninterrupted to 25 – 70 minutes of music. You can find them on the side menu under Blog Titles (Long Playing); or at the top bar in LP’s: But just to be sure… I’ve put the link right here in front of your nose! http://jimsclassicalmusic.com/?page_id=2744

    Re: Comments and requests: I love to get them! Simply click on the title of the piece which will take you to the web page where you can leave a comment.


  • Mendelssohn Piano

    Mendelssohn moves me

    The first 12 seconds or so really gets me where I live! And the rest of it is moving/emotive as well. Enjoy. Gondellied in A major “Barcarole”  …

  • G.I. Gurdjieff Piano

    More Gurdjieff

    I was listening to this and couldn’t figure out why I didn’t include it in the Gurdjieff Medley. Love it. Hope you do too.  …

  • G.I. Gurdjieff

    Gurdjieff medley

    G.I. Gurdjieff was surely one of the most influencial figures from the first half of the 20th century, as regards influencing the big names in the Arts, Mystical schools, Musicians etc.…

  • Brahms

    Somebody took a chill pill redux

    When i begin to reference my own web site; that will be the day where I’ve truly Made It. That day has come! Recently I was haunted by a memory of…

  • Dittersdorf

    Another from Dittersdorf!

    Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf (2 November 1739 – 24 October 1799) Sweet and easy on the ears. His Doublebass concerto E major second movement…

  • Mahler

    If you would like to be blown away!

    Mahlers’ final movement to his 8th symphony should do it. Goosebumps and the roof of the building lifts. This piece gives you an idea of what a Mahler fan is on…

  • Reicha

    For my brother by accident

    I just now accidentally stumbled upon this piece by Anton Reicha. While I listened I had a feeling that my brother would enjoy it. The winds, the lightheartedness and playfulness of…