First up is Claude Debussy's Clair de Lune. I learned this piece for my RCM Grade 10 examination (eons ago, yes!) and have loved it ever since. It fits a yoga warm up pretty well too, but don't just take my word for it...give it a try!
Second on the list is Chopin-- a valse which is much more upbeat than the Debussy and just a really lovely piece that will put anyone in a good mood. (See original manuscript below!)
The third and final piece I would like to share is a prelude by Sergei Rachmaninoff. This prelude is the fourth piece in a set of ten preludes and is marked "Andante cantabile", or moderately slow in a singing style. There is something about the moods and harmonies within this piece I find very emotional; I love reading though it at the piano though it is very challenging to play.
I hope you enjoy these selections, whether you try and incorporate them into a routine of your own, listen to them only once or find a new favourite.