Mussorgsky / Haydn / Bartok
Bartok: The Wooden Prince - 11
Boccherini: Guitar Quintet G. 448 in D Major "Fandango" - 6
Dvorak: Piano Quartet #2 in Eb, Op. 87 - 3
Falla: El Sombrero de Tres Picos - 11
Haydn: Symphony #100 in G, "Military" - 9
Korngold: Die tote Stadt - 15
Mussorgsky: Songs and Dances of Death - 4
Strauss: Oboe Concerto - 11
Stravinsky: Agon - 6
Tveitt: 100 folk tunes from Hardanger - 8
Vaughan Williams: Symphony #4 - 3
Widor: Organ Symphony #5 - 9
Let me explain about the Mussorgsky (which was not present in Trout's most recent vote). I nominated the piece—giving it two points—a day or two ago. I just typed the name of the piece and forgot to put that it had two points beside it. So, there it sat, with no indication of its point count for the next couple of votes (nobody changed its score), and eventually, someone took it off of the board (however, they did not give it the -1 vote, they just took it off). So I have put it back on, with my 2 points from this current vote added.
Listen to it please, and read the words in English! It is really a wonderful piece of music! Dmitri Hvorostovsky does the best interpretation, I think.