The word classic has several meanings. In general, these meanings refer to some past time. "classic" should not be confused with classical, something that is classical is not necessarily a classic, but the word classic has more meanings. Such as:
A work of popular culture that inspires devotion or respect is often called a classic.
Something exhibiting a timeless quality or feel.
An artistic work of lasting worth.
|1||Stairway to Heaven — Led Zeppelin|
|2||Stand By Me — Ben E. King|
|3||Bohemian Rhapsody — Queen|
|4||Hotel California — Eagles|
|5||Requiem — Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|
|6||Bolero — Maurice Ravel|
|7||Für Elise — Ludwig van Beethoven|
|8||Canon — Johann Pachelbel|
|9||Moonlight Sonata — Ludwig van Beethoven|
|10||Wonderwall — Oasis|