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    Brahms: Ballades and Romances (4), op. 75, including "Edward" [1877-78]
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    Our votes on the 9th tier selected the following works....

    To move up 1 to the 8th tier:
    Beethoven: Symphony #7 in A, op. 92 [1812]
    Mahler: Symphony #4 in G [1901]
    Mozart: Don Giovanni [1787]
    Sibelius: Symphony #5 in E-flat, op. 82 [1919]

    To remain on the 9th tier:
    Bach: Musikalisches Opfer (A Musical Offering), BWV 1079 [1747]
    Beethoven: Piano Sonata #21 in C, op. 53 "Waldstein" [1804]
    Brahms: Piano Trio #1 in B, op. 8 [1891]
    Mozart: Clarinet Quintet in A, K. 581 [1789]
    Shostakovich: String Quartet #8 in C minor, op. 110 [1960]
    Sibelius: Symphony #2 in D, op. 43 [1902]

    To move down 1 to the 10th tier:
    Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in E minor, op. 64 [1844]
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    Babbitt: Occasional Variations for synthesized tape [1971]
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    Ussachevsky: Three Scenes from The Creation [1960, rev. 1973]

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    Zhubanova: String Quartet No. 1 [1952]

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    Lutosławski: Symphony #2 [1966–67]

    Sorry to nitpick, but the date on Lutosławski: Variations on a Theme by Paganini should be 1941; rev. 1978.

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    Miyoshi: Piano Sonata [1958]

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    La Rue: Magnificats
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    Our votes on the 91st tier selected the following works...

    To move up 2 to the 89th tier:
    Bacewicz: String Quartet #4 [1950]
    Dutilleux: Métaboles [1965]
    Haydn: Symphony #26 in D "Lamentatione" [c. 1768]
    Hindemith: Der Schwanendreher [1935]

    To move up 1 to the 90th tier:
    Andrée: Piano Quintet in E minor [1865]
    Bartók: Violin Sonata #2, Sz. 76 [1922]
    Brahms: Rinaldo, op. 50 [1868]
    Dallapiccola: Il Prigioniero [1948]
    Duparc: La vie antérieure [1884; orch. 1913]
    Glass: Symphony #4 "Heroes" [1996]
    Handel: Apollo e Dafne, HWV 122 [1710]
    Janáček: Idyll for String Orchestra [1878]
    Langgaard: String Quartet #2, BVN 145 [1918; rev. 1931]
    Martinů: Oboe Concerto, H. 353 [1955]
    Massenet: Manon [1882]
    Murail: Winter Fragments [2000]
    Pandolfi Mealli: Violin Sonatas, opp. 3 & 4 [1660]
    Pärt: Symphony #4 "Los Angeles" [2008]
    Rachmaninoff: Suite #1 for 2 pianos, op. 5 "Fantaisie-tableaux" [1893]
    Raff: Piano Quartet #1 in G, op. 202/1 [1876]
    Saygun: Symphony #1, op. 29 [1953]
    Schumann: String Quartets, op. 41 [1842]
    Varèse: Density 21.5 [1936, 1946]
    Varèse: Intégrales [1923]
    Vaughan Williams: String Quartet #1 in G minor [1909]

    To remain on the 91st tier:
    Auerbach: Sogno di Stabat Mater [2008]
    Bach: Toccata and Fugue in F, BWV 540 [1713?]
    Bruckner: Symphony #1 in C minor [1866]
    Coleridge-Taylor: The Song of Hiawatha, op. 30 [1900]
    Henze: El Cimarrón [1971]
    Martinů: Fantaisie et toccata, H. 281 [1940]
    Penderecki: Symphony #1 [1973]
    Ramírez: Misa Criolla [1964]
    Ravel: L'heure espagnole [1907]
    Reinecke: Flute Sonata in E minor, op. 167 "Undine" [1882]
    Rheinberger: Piano Sonata #3 in E-flat, op. 135 [1880 or earlier]
    Rheinberger: Piano Sonata #4 in F-sharp minor, op. 184 "Romantic" [1896]
    Saint-Saëns: Piano Trio #1 in F, op. 18 [1863]
    Schnittke: Symphony #1 [1957]
    Strauss, R.: Violin Sonata in E-flat, op. 18 [1888]
    Stravinsky: Apollon musagète [1828]
    Ustvolskaya: Composition #2 "Dies Irae" [1973]
    Verdi: Macbeth [1847]
    Villa-Lobos: Floresta do Amazonas [1958]

    To move down 1 to the 92nd tier:
    Britten: Curlew River, op. 71 [1964]
    Dupré: Symphonie-Passion, op. 23 [1924]
    Ravel: Violin Sonata #1 in A minor "Posthumous" [1897]
    Salonen: LA Variations [1996]
    Schnittke: Seid Nüchtern und Wachet (Faust Cantata) [1983]
    Schubert: Piano Sonata #6 in E minor, D. 566 [1817]
    Yoshimatsu: Atom Hearts Club Duo, op. 70a [1997]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Portamento View Post
    Sorry to nitpick, but the date on Lutosławski: Variations on a Theme by Paganini should be 1941; rev. 1978.
    Don't be sorry, man! I appreciate that very much! Let me know if you find more errors!
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    Last edited by science; Apr-03-2020 at 20:59.
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    I created a reference thread for Gounod: Roméo et Juliette [1867], so it moves from the 63rd to the 56th tier.

    You can do this too. The information is in the first post of this thread.
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    Billone: Muri IIIb for string quartet [2010]
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    Yashiro: Piano Sonata [1961]

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