Is music more to you than just "songz"? When picking something to listen to, are you as likely to think of a composer and piece as an album? Is "shuffle play" on a symphony more than a little silly? ClassicalPlayer may be for you!
ClassicalPlayer presents your iPhone's or iPad's music library to you arranged by composer and pieces. Choose, for instance "Beethoven," and from the list of pieces of his that you have, choose "Symphony no. 5", and see the 4 movements ready to play in order. Push the play button, and ClassicalPlayer plays the movements (in order) and then pauses.
You can also view your music by album or artist, and as songs and playlists.
How does ClassicalPlayer find pieces, e.g., symphonies, in an album? By comparing the names of successive tracks. This isn't foolproof, but it works surprisingly well. ClassicalPlayer extracts piece and movement names from track names and presents your music organized by pieces.