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    Abel: Symphonies, op. 7 [1767]
    Adams, J.L.: The Wind in High Places [2011]
    Adams: Road Movies [1995]
    Adams: The Wound Dresser [1989]
    Antill: Corroboree [1946]

    Arriaga: Symphony in D [1824]
    Bach, W. F.: Sinfonia in F, F. 67 "Dissonant" [probably 1733-46]
    Beamish: Viola Concerto #1 [1995]
    Crusell: Clarinet Concerto #1 in E-flat [c. 1811]
    Danzi: Wind Quintets, Op. 56 [1821]

    Dussek: Piano Sonata in F-sharp minor, op. 61, "Elégie harmonique" [1807]
    Golijov: La Pasión según San Marcos [2000]
    Golijov: Tenebrae [2000]
    Handel: Theodora, HWV 68 [1750]
    Machaut: Inviolata genitrix / Felix virgo / Ad te suspiramus gementes et flentes, M. 23 [c. 1358–60 or later]

    Martinů: La revue de cuisine [1927]
    Musgrave: Turbulent Landscapes [2003]
    Price: Mississippi River Suite [1934]
    Reich: Come Out [1966]
    Sallinen: Cello Concerto [1976]

    Sallinen: Chamber Music III, The Nocturnal Dances of Don Juanquixote for cello and string orchestra, op. 58 [1985-86]
    Schaeffer & Henry: Symphonie pour un homme seul [1950]
    Schütz: Geistliche Chormusik (Sacred Choral Music) [1648]
    Shaw: Blueprint [2016]
    Smyth: Concerto for Violin, Horn and Orchestra in A [1926]
    Mahler, Glass, Beethoven, Vaughan Williams, Wolfe, Liszt, Reich, Bach, Nyman, Schubert

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    Britten: Hymn to St. Cecelia [1942]
    Britten: Violin Concerto, op. 15 [1939]

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    Adams: Road Movies [1995]
    Bach, J. Christoph: Lamento "Ach, daß ich Wassers gnug hätte" [17th century]
    Berio: Sequenza V for trombone [1966]
    Berio: Sequenza VI for viola [1967]
    Birtwistle: The Minotaur [2008]

    Blackwood: Twelve Microtonal Etudes for Electronic Music Media, op. 28 [1980]
    Carter: Triple Duo [1983]
    Casella: Symphony #3 (Sinfonia), op. 63 [1939-40]
    Czernowin: MAIM [2006]
    Ferrari: Hétérozygote [1964]

    Haas, G. F.: Concerto for baritone saxophone and orchestra [2008]
    Haas, G. F.: String Quartet #3 "In iij. Noct." [2001]
    Harvey: String Quartet #4 with live electronics [2003]
    Holborne: Pavans, Galliards, Almains and other Short Aeirs [1599]
    Ives: Piano Trio [1911]

    Ives: Robert Browning Overture [1914, rev. 1942]
    Koechlin: L'ancienne maison de campagne, op. 124
    Machaut: Inviolata genitrix / Felix virgo / Ad te suspiramus gementes et flentes, M. 23 [c. 1358–60 or later]
    Mennin: Symphony #7 "Variation-symphony" [1963]
    Saariaho: Orion [2002]

    Scelsi: Ohoi "The Creative Principles" for 16 strings [1966]
    Steen-Andersen: Piano Concerto [2014]
    Thomson: String Quartet #2 [1937, rev. 1957]
    Vivier: Bouchara [1981]
    Wolfe: Steel Hammer [2009]

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    Ok, that's good! I assume we'll get at least one more vote in round two and we won't have a third round.
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    Just want to bump this in case anyone else notices that they get a round two.

    In the future, we should probably make a new thread for each round.
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    Bach: Canonic Variations on "Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her", BWV 769 [1747]
    Beethoven: Fantasia in G minor, op. 77 [1809]
    Beethoven: Piano Trio #2 in G, op. 1/2 [1795]
    Beethoven: The Consecration of the House Overture, op. 124 [1822]
    Beethoven: Variations (7) on 'Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen' for cello and piano, WoO 46 [1801]

    Beethoven: Violin Sonata #1 in D, op. 12/1 [1798]
    Beethoven: Violin Sonata #2 in A, op. 12/2 [1798]
    Beethoven: Violin Sonata #3 in E-flat, op. 12/3 [1798]
    Beethoven: Violin Sonata #6 in A, op. 30/1 [1802]
    Cavalli: Eliogabalo [1667]

    Fauré: L'horizon chimérique, op. 118 [1921]
    Fauré: Mirages, op. 113 [1919]
    Gubaidulina: Lyre of Orpheus [2006]
    Handel: Alexander’s Feast, HWV 75 [1736]
    Handel: Rinaldo, HWV 7 [1711]

    Handel: Theodora, HWV 68 [1750]
    Handel: Utrecht Te Deum and Jubilate, HWV 278-279 [1713]
    Holst: Japanese Suite, op. 33 [1915]
    Ives: Robert Browning Overture [1914, rev. 1942]
    Lully: Acis et Galatée [1686]

    Lully: Persée, LWV 60 [1682]
    Lully: Quare Fremuerunt, LWV 67 [1685]
    Raff: Symphony #7 in B-flat, op. 201 "In den Alpen" [1875]
    Schnittke: Symphony #4 [1983]
    Schnittke: Symphony #7 [1993]

    Scriabin: Mazurkas [1884-1903]
    Takemitsu: And Then I Knew 'Twas Wind [1992]
    Takemitsu: Rain Spell [1980]
    Verdi: String Quartet in E minor [1873]
    Wagner: Rienzi [1847]
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    Three more days to get in your votes!
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    Andrée: Piano Trio in #2 G minor [1887]
    Bach: Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, BWV 225 [probably c. 1727]
    Baran: Transformations for piano trio [1975]
    Bonnal: String Quartet #2 [1934]
    Borodin: Petite Suite [c. 1870-85]

    Burgon: Nunc dimittis [1979]
    Casella: Violin Concerto in A minor, op. 48 [1928]
    Cimarosa: Il maestro di cappella [1793]
    Cras: Journal de bord, for orchestra [1927]
    Dalbavie: Sinfonietta [2005]

    Darmar: Piano Concerto "Cunda" [2014]
    Daugherty: Fire and Blood [2003]
    Dean: The Lost Art of Letter Writing [2006]
    Dobrzyński: Piano Concerto in A-flat, op. 2 [1824]
    Dohnányi: Symphonic Minutes, op. 36 [1933]

    Dove: In Damascus [2016]
    Dunstable: Quam pulchra es [15th century]
    Duruflé: Dances (3) for orchestra, op. 6 [1932]
    Facco: Concerti "Pensieri Adriarmonici," op. 1 [1716, 1718]
    Fagerlund: Isola [2011]

    Fine: Notturno for Strings and Harp [1951]
    Freitas Branco: Paraísos Artificiais [1910]
    Gaito: Piano Quintet, op. 24 [1917]
    Glanville-Hicks: Concerto Romantico for viola and chamber orchestra [1956]
    Glass: Mad Rush [1979]

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmsbls View Post
    Andrée: Piano Trio in #2 G minor [1887]
    Baran: Transformations for piano trio [1975]
    Bonnal: String Quartet #2 [1934]
    Borodin: Petite Suite [c. 1870-85]
    Burgon: Nunc dimittis [1979]
    Cimarosa: Il maestro di cappella [1793]
    Cras: Journal de bord, for orchestra [1927]
    Dalbavie: Sinfonietta [2005]
    Darmar: Piano Concerto "Cunda" [2014]
    Daugherty: Fire and Blood [2003]
    Dean: The Lost Art of Letter Writing [2006]
    Dobrzyński: Piano Concerto in A-flat, op. 2 [1824]
    Dohnányi: Symphonic Minutes, op. 36 [1933]
    Dunstable: Quam pulchra es [15th century]
    Duruflé: Dances (3) for orchestra, op. 6 [1932]
    Facco: Concerti "Pensieri Adriarmonici," op. 1 [1716, 1718]
    Fagerlund: Isola [2011]
    Fine: Notturno for Strings and Harp [1951]
    Freitas Branco: Paraísos Artificiais [1910]
    Gaito: Piano Quintet, op. 24 [1917]
    Glanville-Hicks: Concerto Romantico for viola and chamber orchestra [1956]
    Those are on different tiers!

    I believe the works on the 102nd tier that you've voted for are:

    Bach: Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, BWV 225 [probably c. 1727]
    Casella: Violin Concerto in A minor, op. 48 [1928]
    Dove: In Damascus [2016]
    Glass: Mad Rush [1979]

    You can vote for more of course.
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    If possible, could I replace the Adams work on my list with:

    Nordheim: Epitaffio [1963; rev. 1977]

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    Babbitt: Piano Concerto No. 2
    Beethoven: Variations (7) on 'Bei Mannern, welche Liebe fuhlen' for cello and piano, WoO
    Berio: Sequenza VI for viola
    Birtwistle: The Minotaur
    Debussy: Lindaraja, L 97

    Dusapin: String Quartet No. 3
    Dusapin: String Quartet No. 5
    Dusapin: String Quartet No. 6
    Dvorak: Symphony No. 3 in E flat, op. 10
    Dvorak: Symphony No. 4 in D minor, op. 13

    Ginastera: Danzas Argentinas, op. 2
    Haydn: Symphony No. 76 in E flat
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    There is about 1 day left here....
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    Bloch: String Quartet #3 [1952]
    Bloch: String Quartet #4 [1953]
    Brahms: Songs (5), op. 72, including "Alte Liebe" and "O kühler Wald" [1876-77]
    Dennehy: Stainless Staining [2007]
    Fauré: Mirages, op. 113 [1919]

    Haydn, M.: Trumpet Concerto in C major [1763]
    Haas, G. F.: Cello Concerto [2004]
    Haas, G. F.: Violin Concerto [1998]
    Lindberg: Related Rocks [1997]
    Mendelssohn: Piano Quartet #3 in B minor, op. 3 [1825]

    Mendelssohn: The Fair Melusine Overture, op. 32 [1834]
    Pettersson: Symphony #10 [1972]
    Reger: Piano Quartet #1 in D minor, op. 113 [1910]
    Reger: String Quartet #5 in F-sharp minor, op. 121 [1911]
    Rochberg: String Quartet #4 [1977]

    Rochberg: String Quartet #5 [1978]
    Rochberg: String Quartet #6 [1978]
    Saariaho: Orion [2002]
    Saygun: Violin Concerto, op. 44 [1967]
    Scarlatti: Keyboard Sonata in A, K. 208 [18th cent.]

    Schubert: Heidenröslein, D. 257 [1815]
    Schubert: Lazarus, D. 689 [1820]
    Schubert: Suleika I, D. 720 [1821]
    Strauss, R.: Songs (6), op. 17, including "Ständchen" [1887]
    Vivier: Zipangu [1980]

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    We have about 12 hours to go here.
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    Okay, time's up! I'll post the results in the main thread.
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