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    Tallis: Suscipe quaeso Domine [1575]

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    Biber: Sonatae violino solo [1681]

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    Bach: Gleichwie der Regen und Schnee vom Himmel fällt, BWV 18 [1715]

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    Byrd: Quomodo cantabimus

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    Dowland: Third Booke of Songes [1603]

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    I`m a little bit confused by the extent of Dowland`s Lute Music entry which is currently on the 107th tier. Even though I like the Frog Galliard very much and it`s arguably one of his best pieces, I don`t think it has that much of an importance to stand on its own. In fact, this one little piece is ranked much more higher than all the rest of the pieces, currently on the 88th tier to be accurate. I`m not asking for anything but just curious about what the others think on this particular subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highwayman View Post
    I`m a little bit confused by the extent of Dowland`s Lute Music entry which is currently on the 107th tier. Even though I like the Frog Galliard very much and it`s arguably one of his best pieces, I don`t think it has that much of an importance to stand on its own. In fact, this one little piece is ranked much more higher than all the rest of the pieces, currently on the 88th tier to be accurate. I`m not asking for anything but just curious about what the others think on this particular subject.
    I think the Frog should be removed. Last year it was the only piece of Dowland lute music on the list, and I suggested we have a collective entry for "Dowland: Lute music" rather than constantly having to add new individual pieces. That was implemented and has been creeping up the board, but the Frog stayed on the list. I don't know how science feels about bumping the complete music up to the 88th tier to replace the Frog, but maybe that would be a better reflection of the music's status?

    While we're on the subject, I'd be inclined to put all the Cantigas de Santa Maria together too...
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    Bach: Cantata #6: Bleib bei uns, denn es will Abend warden [1725]

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    Arnold: Tam O'Shanter overture, op. 51 [1955]

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    Ferneyhough: Sisyphus Redux [2010]

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    Isaac: Angeli Archangeli [1490s]

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    science: How often do you update the nominations in the prioritized list of works? When I add a new work, I check there as well as the last few pages of this thread. I just want to make sure I don't suggest a work that has already been nominated.

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    Byrd: Tristitia et Anxietas

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmsbls View Post
    science: How often do you update the nominations in the prioritized list of works? When I add a new work, I check there as well as the last few pages of this thread. I just want to make sure I don't suggest a work that has already been nominated.
    I have not updated them for a few weeks. I will probably do so within the next few weeks.

    If a work is nominated more than once, that's not so bad!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nereffid View Post
    I think the Frog should be removed. Last year it was the only piece of Dowland lute music on the list, and I suggested we have a collective entry for "Dowland: Lute music" rather than constantly having to add new individual pieces. That was implemented and has been creeping up the board, but the Frog stayed on the list. I don't know how science feels about bumping the complete music up to the 88th tier to replace the Frog, but maybe that would be a better reflection of the music's status?

    While we're on the subject, I'd be inclined to put all the Cantigas de Santa Maria together too...
    I'll delete the Frog. If it's higher than lute music, I'll move the latter up.
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