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post #76 of 101
Dvorak
Mozart
Rimsky-Korsakov
Tchaikovsky
Ralph Vaughan Williams
Ravel/Debussy
post #77 of 101
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Originally Posted by Cary Grant View Post
^ Josquin, really? Nothing wrong with it- just interetsing.
Greatest hits of the 70's.... the 1470's Love medieval music. We had one of his Masses sung for our wedding. Like him better than Palestrina (who is also very good)
post #78 of 101
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Originally Posted by yachtie View Post
Hindemith Prokofiev Desprez Bruckner Bach
That's interesting. L v Beethoven R Wagner JS Bach R Vaughn Williams S Prokofiev
post #79 of 101
I don't have that vast of a classical background but

Rachmaninoff
Debussy
Satie
Barber
Beethoven
post #80 of 101
Mozart
Beethoven
Brahms
Tchaikovsky
Saint-Saens
post #81 of 101
Beethoven
Vivaldi
Ravel
Mozart
Dvorak
post #82 of 101
Copland Dvorak Corelli Beethoven Tchaikovsky And for arrangements of historical music...Jordi Savall.
post #83 of 101
I'm not a huge fan of classical. I like more modern stuff like Orff and Moriconne.
post #84 of 101
the theme from the good the bad and the ugly very well may be the best theme all time (btw the eukelele orchestra of great britain does an excellent version)

and the theme from once upon a time in america is just beautiful
post #85 of 101

Buxtehude

Bach, J. S.

Schubert

Rachmaninov

John Adams

post #86 of 101
Vaughn Williams
Debussy
Mozart
Bach
Beethoven
post #87 of 101
Mascagni
Elgar
Mahler
Schumann
Puccini

Surprised noone has mentioned most of these...I guess some are more opera...
post #88 of 101

Kaija Saariaho

Thomas Ades

Alfred Schnittke

Nico Muhly

John Cage

 

 

post #89 of 101
Rachmaninoff (2nd and 3rd piano concertos are just sublime.)

Copeland (Love his ballets, Billy the Kid in particular.)

Tchaikovsky (Never get tired of listening to the Nutcracker at Christmas time.)

Handel (Love his choral works, as well as his orchestral stuff)

Bach (Particularly his organ pieces)
post #90 of 101
George Frideric Handel
Claude Debussy
Frederic Chopin
Amadeus Mozart
Ludwig Beethoven

Honourable mention:
Rimsky-Korsakov
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