A side note before I begin to pontificate, listing off can be our new talkclassical term. Polednice, if you ever get weary by too many lists, perhaps you can't think to yourself, oh, those perverse people are just "listing off" again.
Right, maybe that was funny, now, for an interesting new categorical list. The Perpetuum Mobile. It doesn't necessarily have to be entitled Perpetuum Mobile, but it does have to be an incessant uninterrupted fast tempo all the way through or else have a particularly constrained and consistent rhythmic structure for a long time before being interrupted. Sometimes these piece have something really catchy about them, I don't know what though, perhaps they just have to be catchy to be any good. Perhaps even if you just intuit a quality of perpetual motion in the piece, it can qualify.
Great examples to my knowledge include Carl Maria von Weber's Perpetuum Mobile finale to his C major piano sonata
And Prokofiev's 7th Sonata(War Sonata) Finale
And CPE Bach's Sonata in C, Wq 55:1
Or the more famous Solfegietto
Also, the Finale to WF Bach's E flat sonata has a quality of perpetual motion(see the finale in this video)