In fact I would say that Classical music is music for the soul and deeply affects the listener who understands its language. Some of the greatest composers of all time like Mozart, Bach and Beethoven have engraved their names forever in the sands of musical time and carry on to live on forever in the hearts and minds of classical music enthusiasts even centuries later. I had the good fortune of getting to listen over the radio to one of the most prestigious Classical concerts which featured Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Symphony No. 41 in C major (K.551) otherwise nicknamed the “Jupiter Symphony.” The very first feeling that engulfed me when the piece was played was one of elation and awe. It was awe from two angles – one of that of the composer himself and the second from his creation. There were many things that came to my mind as I listened in rapt attention in a pin- drop silent hall, but the thing that really hit me was that the music touched my heart and soul and I was lost in Mozart’s world. I became aware that listening to other forms of music such as Pop, Rap, R&B, Rock, Folk or Country was quite a different scene altogether. Though I do enjoy some of these forms of music, yet the music that embraced my soul was definitely the Classical.