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Wyatt Earp
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The Matthew Passion. Unimprovable.
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Troika Ride.
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Schubert's Symphony No 5.
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lyra
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Metamorphoesen, R Strauss
Gorecki symphony 3
Bach's first cello suite (well all of them actually)
Allegri, Miserere

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blackdogbeak
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Le Sacre du printemps

(trite I know, but that doesn't mean it isn't fantastic.)

Also, George Antheil's fifth piano sonata.

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wingco
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What's trite about Le Sacre Du Printemps?

Edgard Varese, Les Amériques

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Sorry, the music itself isn't trite, me dropping it into this thread is. Firstly, because it seems an obvious choice, and secondly because I really know fuck all about classical music outside one or two things.

Funnily enough, I have a copy of Arcana / Integrales / Deserts (its on Naxos), which I enjoy, also.

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Isn't the whole classical genre quite a short period from approx 1700 to 1850 or so? Everything before that is early music, as such, and everything after is split into all sorts of sub genres I think.

Anyway from the overall generic view on the title I will have:

Josquin Dezprez - Masses
Palestrina - Miss Papae Marcelli

Pergolesi - Stabat Mater
Bach - Mass in B Minor
Bach - The Well Tempered Clavier

Beethoven - Violin Concerto
Arvo Part - Te Deum
Vivaldi - La Stravaganza

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Purves Grundy
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I'm very influenced by Mozart and Bach.
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ian .64
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Trite it is, then:

Stravinsky: Sacre Du Printemps and The Firebird.
Holst: The Planets.

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linus
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Yes, the Firebird trumps the Sacring of the Spring (that sounds funny translated.)

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Let's hear it for the romantics, Debussy and Chopin.

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wingco
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Thanks for the "Lick My Love Pump" earworm, Purves . . .
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It's in D minor, which I always find is really the saddest of all keys.
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Agree with lyra about Gorecki's Symphony No.3.

A truly beautiful piece of work.

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It's very predictable but Beethoven's 6th.
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