Tomaso Albinoni - Adagio G moll
Hmm, interesting point. Does Mozart's Turkish March have anything in common with the Beethoven Bagatelles Op. 119 or 126? If the answer is no, one could still argue that a musical bagatelle is a short, light and/or whimsical composition in no specific form. By that definition the Turkish March might qualify, except that it has a specific form, i.e. a Rondo alla Turca. So what's the answer?Relaxing piano music doesn't always have to be soothing vibes of Debussy and Satie.
I find listening to piano bagatelles relaxing
however, you are right in the aspect of proper musical form Alla Turca ist a rondo.Wikipedia dixit: