Playing the piano is the perfect way to relax and unwind in stressful times. It’s a great way to distract yourself from the craziness of the world. Wouldn’t it be great to come out of quarantine with a few new polished piano pieces?

Here are 20 relaxing piano solos to practice while you’re at home:

River-Flows-In-You

1. “River Flows in You” by Yiruma

Canon-in-D

2. “Canon in D” by Johann Pachelbel

Comptine-dun-autre-ete

3. “Comptine d’un autre été: L’après midi” by Yann Tiersen

Jesu-joy-of-mans-desiring

4. “Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring” by J.S. Bach, Arr. Jon Schmidt

The-Girl-With-the-Flaxen-Hair

5. “The Girl With the Flaxen Hair” by Claude Debussy

Gymnopedie-1

6. “Gymnopédie No. 1” by Erik Satie

The-Vigil

7. “The Vigil” by David Nevue

Clair-de-lune

8. “Clair de lune” by Claude Debussy

Nuvole-Bianche

9. “Nuvole Bianche” by Ludovico Einaudi

You-Raise-Me-Up

10. “You Raise Me Up” by Josh Groban

Prelude-and-Fugue-No-1-in-C-Major

11. “Prelude and Fugue No. 1 in C Major” by J.S. Bach

Once-Upon-a-December

12. “Once Upon a December” by Ahrens/Flaherty, Arr. Phillip Keveren

Married-Life

13. “Married Life” by Michael Giacchino

Moonlight-Sonata

14. “Moonlight Sonata” by Ludwig Van Beethoven

May-Be

15. “May Be” by Yiruma

City-of-Stars

16. “City of Stars” by Hurwitz/Pasek/Paul, Arr. Paul Fagan

The-Winter

17. “Winter from The Four Seasons” by Antonio Vivaldi

The-Heart-Asks-Pleasure-First

18. “The Heart Asks Pleasure First” by Michael Nyman

Prelude-No-7-in-A-Major-v2

19. “Prelude No. 7 in A Major, Op. 28” by Frederic Chopin

Traumerei-v2

20. “Träumerei” by Robert Schumann

 

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This post was written by Megan, piano teacher and author of Pianissimo: A Very Piano Blog. Visit her website for more piano related blogs for teachers, parents, students, and all things piano.


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