The 16 Most Beautiful Classical Music Pieces Inspired By Flowers

The relationship between flowers and music is not just limited to celebrations. Many famous composers have used flowers as a focal point for some of their works . Here are a few popular classical pieces inspired by blooms.

1. Waltz Of The Flowers by Tchaikovsky

Waltz Of The Flowers by Tchaikovsky

2. Le Violette from Pirro e Demetrio by Scarlatti

Le Violette from Pirro e Demetrio by Scarlatti

3. The Tale Of The Stone Flower by Prokofiev

The Tale Of The Stone Flower by Prokofiev

4. A Spotless Rose by Howells

A Spotless Rose by Howells

5. Roses From The South by Johann Strauss II

Roses From The South by Johann Strauss II

6. Les Roses d’Ispahan from Quatre Melodies by Fauré

Les Roses d’Ispahan from Quatre Melodies by Fauré

7. Heidenröslein (Little Rose of the Field) by Schubert

Heidenröslein (Little Rose of the Field) by Schubert

8. Waltz Of The Cornflowers And Poppies by Aleksander Glazunov

Waltz Of The Cornflowers And Poppies by Aleksander Glazunov

9. The Rose, The Lily, The Dove, The Sun by Schumann

The Rose, The Lily, The Dove, The Sun by Schumann

10. Jardins Sous La Pluie by Debussy

Jardins Sous La Pluie by Debussy

11. The Flower Duet from Giacomo Puccini’s Madame Butterfly

The Flower Duet from Giacomo Puccini's Madame Butterfly

12. Five Flower Songs by Britten

Five Flower Songs by Britten

13. Edelweiss from The Sound Of Music by Rodgers and Hammerstein

Edelweiss from The Sound Of Music by Rodgers and Hammerstein

14. Daisies by S. Rachmaninoff

Daisies by S. Rachmaninoff

15. Flower Song from Carmen (Opera) by Georges Bizet

Flower Song from Carmen (Opera) by Georges Bizet

16. Amarilli Mia Bella by Giulio Caccini

Amarilli Mia Bella by Giulio Caccini