View Poll Results: Which of these works do you like?

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  • Bach: Musical Offering, BWV 1079

    26 52.00%
  • Delius: Songs of Farewell

    11 22.00%
  • Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice / Orphée et Eurydice

    14 28.00%
  • Josquin: Nymphes des bois (Déploration sur la mort de Johannes Ockeghem)

    11 22.00%
  • Mendelssohn: Piano trio no.2 in C minor, op.66

    24 48.00%
  • Mozart: Clarinet quintet in A, K. 581

    32 64.00%
  • Schnittke: Concerto for piano and strings

    15 30.00%
  • Schoenberg: Pelleas und Melisande, op.5

    24 48.00%
  • Schubert: Fantasie in C, D.760, 'Wanderer Fantasy'

    29 58.00%
  • Schumann: Frauenliebe und -leben, op.42

    12 24.00%
  • Stravinsky: Pulcinella

    24 48.00%
  • Suk: Symphony no.2 in C minor, op.27, 'Asrael'

    19 38.00%
  • Wagner: Der fliegende Holländer

    23 46.00%
  • I don't know any of these works

    0 0%
  • I know some of these, but don't like any of them

    0 0%
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Thread: Pelleas, Pulcinella, Asrael... (A la carte poll #63)

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    Default Pelleas, Pulcinella, Asrael... (A la carte poll #63)

    Part of a continuing series of polls, which simply asks:
    Which of these works do you like?

    My goal is to build a general picture of the musical interests on TC.

    Please vote for *all* of the pieces you like.
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    Picked favourites only.
    It´s been a long time since listening to Asrael, so I hardly remember anything, but still it deserves a place on the list, I think.
    Deploration is famous, but I don´t recall hearing it, and I´m very discerning as regards recordings/performance styles concerning that musical period.

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    Picked most of them, absolute favourite is Suk's Asrael.

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    Don't know many I'm afraid...Schnittke and Schoenberg for me.

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    Definitely the Bach, Gluck, Mozart and Mendelssohn.

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    The Mendelssohn is a big, big favourite of mine.

    Somehow I missed the Schnittke and didn't vote for it, so his tally will require a +1.

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    I haven't heard the Josquin, Schnittke, Schoenberg or Stravinsky works and I am sticking to a rule of only voting for works I have actually heard. Homework for me, then.

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    I picked about half. I passed on the popular Mozart quintet. It has never done much for me. But I agree with the Asrael enthusiasm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weston View Post
    I passed on the popular Mozart quintet. It has never done much for me.
    ... I still haven´t found the recording of it neither, but I´ve only heard maybe 5 ...

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    While I have heard about two dozen discs worth of Bach, I have never heard Das Musikalische Opfer

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