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slackyb slackyb 51-55, M 12 Answers Oct 21, 2010

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Rachmaninov rhapsody on a theme of Paganini - absolutely beautiful

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Claire de lune (sp?)

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slow movement from shostakovich symphony number 4<br />
"three places in new england charles Ives<br />
"job" a masque for dancing vaughn williams<br />
Bartok string quartet number 4 1928<br />
slow movement from piano cocerto number 2 michael tippett <br />
double string concerto michael tippett<br />
"nixon in china " opera by john adams

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My favorite used to be Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini <3 now I think I'm more keen on Giuseppi Verdi's La Force du Destin, after watching Jean de Florette and hearing the suite again

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Barber's "Adagio For Strings", or maybe Charles Ives' Piano Sonata No. 2, specifically "The Alcotts".

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Air on the G String (Suite #3 in D) by Bach

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Beethoven 9th Symphony.

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Gustav Holst, the Planets.<br />
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Just about anything by Elgar...<br />
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None of the above is really "Classical" music btw. It's Romantic--just like Gothic Revival Architecture of the 19th century is a romantic ex<x>pression of architecture and was a reaction to a brief period of neo-classical architecture preceding it.

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O Fortuna

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new classical,I enjoy Apocalyptica ....NEVER HEARD OF THEM? GOOGLE !!!!!!!

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