Best Lindsey Stirling Songs

The Top Ten
1 Shatter Me

Roundtable Rival is a great song, but this is unparalleled. The perfectly balanced voice, fast and emotional violin, great tone on the pads, and clever lyrics make it outstanding.

Lindsey Stirling's Shatter Me is the best song ever. Millions of people say it's the best song ever.

Lindsey and Lizzy make this song a true work of art. Both strong vocal and violin performances are incredible.

2 Crystallize

One of the best instrumental songs, mixed with dance, pop, and classical music. It's a song that I would love to play on the violin someday.

The song is so beautiful that it literally flows through you.

Best instrumental song ever. I've never heard anything like this before. No matter how many times you hear it, you always want to hear it again.

3 Roundtable Rival

This song is very energetic and fun. The music video is one of the best I've ever seen.

I love the video, and the violin is boss!

4 Phantom of the Opera Medley
5 We are Giants

This fills me with music and hope.

6 The Upside
7 Love Goes On and On

Amy Lee and Lindsey Stirling are perfect together.

8 My Immortal
9 Something Wild
10 Elements
The Contenders
11 Take Flight

Not my favorite of her songs, but I'll admit it's musically the best!

Very inspiring. I adore this song, and the orchestral version too.

The best musical instruments I've ever heard!

12 Lord of the Rings Medley

Just wonderful!

And her singing at the end!

I've never felt this kind of pure love in her voice before. For me, it's her best song!

13 What Child Is This
14 Beyond the Veil

Beyond the Veil displays just how much power a violin can produce. Lindsey's high notes and artistic scratches are exhilarating, and the rough-sounding low notes she plays provide just enough depth to the song. Amazing!

15 The Arena
16 Song of the Caged Bird
17 Radioactive
18 Shadows

Absolutely the best, but there are also some great songs that aren't in this post, like First Light or Anti-Gravity.

One of the best songs, very vivid.

19 Transcendence

I discovered this song about six months after getting into Lindsey Stirling six years ago. It has been my favorite song of all time since, and probably will be until the end of my days. This alternate version of an already popular song of hers is in a league of its own. I think this song is so spectacularly well made that you don't even need to consider the existence of the original to grasp what the orchestral version has to offer.

The incredibly rich and creative soundscape establishes a great atmosphere, and the quality of the lead violin is almost otherworldly. The pacing of the song is incredible. The varied instruments, added notes, and mix-ups to many of the tie-ins between the choruses and verses make different parts distinct and give the song a fantastic build-up throughout. It never lets up. It does a better job of conveying the message of the song than the original - a message about finding your inspiration and means of expressing yourself even when the world can seem cold and empty. Through the orchestral version, I understood the message of transcendence from the song itself and not from a behind-the-scenes video of Lindsey explaining it.

As an added bonus, it is really fun to play on guitar.

This is the real Transcendence and stands as Lindsey's magnum opus from the golden age of her career, or what I call the good old days up until and including Shatter Me. I cannot thank you enough for making this song, Lindsey.

20 Lost Girls

Why isn't this in the top ten? It's beautiful, well-played, and my favorite Lindsey song! #LostGirlsFindaWay

21 Brave Enough
22 Moon Trance

I love this song. It's one of my personal favorites! How is this not in the top ten?

23 Masters of Tides
24 Skyrim
25 Spontaneous Me

It's so amazing! How can it not be in the top ten?! Every time I hear this song, I close my eyes, and my hands and feet start moving to the rhythm. Definitely, it's being misjudged, but I LOVE THIS SONG. Thanks, LINDSEY.

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