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post #31 of 101
Mahler Rachmaninoff Penderecki Wagner Leo Ornstein
post #32 of 101
chopin
rachmaninov
chopin
rachmaninov
chopin
post #33 of 101
Mozart
Beethoven
Tchaikovsky
Paganini
Mendelssohn









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post #34 of 101
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Originally Posted by sho'nuff View Post
chopin rachmaninov chopin rachmaninov chopin
(Piano player)
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Originally Posted by amerikajinda View Post
Mozart Beethoven Tchaikovsky Paganini Mendelssohn
(Violin player)
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Originally Posted by bounce View Post
Mahler Rachmaninoff Penderecki Wagner Leo Ornstein
(20th century fan?) Me: Beethoven Shostakovich Prokofiev Wagner Holst (Trombone player)
post #35 of 101
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Originally Posted by thenanyu View Post
(Piano player)




(Violin player)




(20th century fan?)

Me:

Beethoven
Shostakovich
Prokofiev
Wagner
Holst

(Trombone player)

dude . youre good!
post #36 of 101
Bach
Allegri
Beethoven
Mozart
Tchaikovsky
post #37 of 101
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post
Beethoven
Tchaikovsky
Chopin
Rachmaninov
Bartok

My interests have changed quite a bit.

Beethoven
Chopin
Strauss
Brahms
Bach
post #38 of 101
Igor Stravinsky Béla Bartók Alberto Ginastera Steve Reich Charles Ives
post #39 of 101
In no particular order
Mahler
Stravinsky
Bartok
Brahms
Chopin

They'll probably change in a few weeks, though
post #40 of 101
Mine have changed lately... As of 03/22/11:

Shostakovitch
Grieg
Tchaikovsky
Mahler
Wagner
post #41 of 101
why has no one mentioned Satie yet? Debussy Ravel Stravinsky Copland
post #42 of 101
My Top Five : Beethoven,Debussy,Bach,Brahms, and Dvorak. I actually have an equal love for all of them. I give the slight edge to Beethoven.
post #43 of 101
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Originally Posted by amstokesdb9 View Post
why has no one mentioned Satie yet?
Debussy
Ravel
Stravinsky
Copland

Satie was on my short list, as were Debussy and Ravel (and Varèse, and...). Ives just edged them, but on a different day it'd be a different list.
post #44 of 101
Not in my top five, both owing to quality and consistency, but Dvorak is nevertheless one of my guilty pleasures. In freshman year of college, we used to start the weekend with his viola quintet Op 97 (the RCA Guarneri Quartet recording) .

And if you ever want a short demonstration of why Heifetz was a phenomenal violinist, check out the recording of the Op 65 Piano Trio he did with Pennario and Piatagorsky. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrsZ_iE63y4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=325eg...eature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfV2G...eature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0r05i5E2row
post #45 of 101
No order. Ravel Stravinsky Copland Bach Handel Bleh I want to put Mozart and Haydn in there, but that's more than 5.
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