Rachmaninov rhapsody on a theme of Paganini - absolutely beautiful
Claire de lune (sp?)
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
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
Barber's "Adagio For Strings", or maybe Charles Ives' Piano Sonata No. 2, specifically "The Alcotts".
Air on the G String (Suite #3 in D) by Bach
Beethoven 9th Symphony.
Gustav Holst, the Planets.<br />
Just about anything by Elgar...<br />
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.
new classical,I enjoy Apocalyptica ....NEVER HEARD OF THEM? GOOGLE !!!!!!!