Maurice Ravel – Bolero
Adding this piece to the category music is a bit of a stretch, since Ravel himself said:
What I had written was a piece lasting seventeen minutes and consisting wholly of “orchestral tissue without music” — of one very long, gradual crescendo. There are no contrasts, and practically no invention except the plan and the manner of execution.
But this goes nicely with making my first cup of coffee and enjoying it with my first cigarette.