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There are plenty of websites for listening to classical music The Top 10 Sites To Listen To Classical Music The Top 10 Sites To Listen To Classical Music Read More , but it’s easy to forget that Spotify contains tons of old music, too.

Using the Spotify playlists created by user Ulysses’ Classical, you can stream both the complete works of Johann Sebastian Bach and the complete works of Ludwig van Beethoven.

Bach’s 3,488 songs will take you 169 hours to finish while Beethoven’s 1,203 songs will take you at least 98 hours. All combined, that’s over 260 hours of wonderful classical music to enjoy.

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The world was different back then. No 24-hour news. No social media begging for their attention all day long. Going to the symphony for a few hours of music was common — and these playlists can help rekindle that lost bit of culture from years past.

What would Bach and Beethoven think of Spotify if they were alive today? Having their entire life’s work available at the click of a button is incredible, to say the least.

If these playlists piqued your interest, check out these other ways to explore public domain music The 5 Best Sources For Exploring The World Of Public Domain Music The 5 Best Sources For Exploring The World Of Public Domain Music In the midst of streaming music services and (unfortunately) pirated music, we tend to forget that there’s a type called public domain music too. Public domain music quite simply is music and musical works which... Read More .

Will you listen to any of Bach or Beethoven’s works using these playlists? Let us know what you think in the comments.

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