Let's have another classical interlude. How about Vivaldi's Concerto for Flute in G Minor, RV 435? It's a short work, part of a set of six flute concertos, Opus 10, published in about 1728. James Galway is the soloist.
Baroque music always relaxes me. It's usually less flamboyant than later developments, designed to fill in the background rather than reach out and grab one by the throat and demand attention. This is a good example.