Recently, after watching a song re-arranged by a singer, it has become of my favorite songs: www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YyBQF… [모닥불 by 이세준, original songs is by 박인희] It's like calming and just feels like you're in harmony with someone else or something.
But for other motivations: I listen to something like these: www.youtube.com/watch?v=z23NJS… [Still in Love by A-One] www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fbopcm… [Turbulence Turbine] [Almost any Journey/John Denver song] It's really dependent on my mood and what I'm doing, since I can listen to just about anything at any point. The list would be too long, so I'll just leave it at that.
They're each for different kinds of motivation, but I have a few: Words in the Water - Thrice Assassin's Creed Theme - Lyndsey Stirling I Got... (Beats Antique Remix) The Beginning (A Simple Seed) - The Classic Crime
From Past to Present from Skyrim brings me a lot of peace of mind each time I hear it. Maybe it's because it always came up during times I was really struggling emotionally/mentally/life in general. It just reminds me to take a deep breath, exhale, and remember that despite everything there is still beauty in life and lots of mountains to climb along with lots of adventures to come.
I've listened to worlds by porter robinson (It's an album, not a song) and it was the most magical experience I've ever experienced with music.
I somehow noticed that my high blood pressure (I have high blood pressure) went down immediately the day after sleeping to his music when I first discovered it. It was just so calming, but at the same time had the right level of energy. It was, everything he claimed it to be; beautiful, magical, uplifting, emotional, and kaleidoscopic as he called it.
I was just listening to it while doing homework. for saxophone, it's not too bad (considering I'm not a big fan of saxophone). Porter Robinson however is electronic (uhuh I'm one of those electronic music fans) although in some of the songs of Worlds (such as Fellow Feeling) there's string and piano.
If i wanted to go more natural or orchestral I listen to a duet named llulatones or someone named Marcus Warner (who also goes by the name Evening Star)