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    Ginastera: Cello Concerto #2, op. 50 [1980]

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    Anderson, J: Imagin’d Corners [2002]

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    Gilles: Requiem [c. 1700]
    Mahler, Glass, Beethoven, Vaughan Williams, Wolfe, Liszt, Reich, Bach, Nyman, Schubert

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    Bliss: Meditations on a Theme of John Blow [1955]

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    Martinů: Chamber Music No. 1, H. 376

    Forget about the boring title, this work is extraordinary. I heard it back in 2010 and still find it remarkable (along with so much of this composer’s oeuvre).
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    Pembaur: Cello Concerto in B minor, op. 86 [1910]

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    I can't add these works at the moment, but just prepping for when I can... here are the works to add from the first page of this thread:

    Bach, C. P. E.: Sinfonias, Wq. 182 [1773]
    Billone: FACE for voice and ensemble [2017]
    Copland: Piano Variations [1930]
    Goehr: String Quartet #3, op. 37 [1976]
    Jadin: Fantaisie Concertante in G minor [1820]
    Krenek: String Quartet #8, op. 233 [1980]
    Martinů: Concerto for 2 pianos & orchestra, H. 292 [1943]
    Nørgård: Seadrift [1978]
    Rameau: Les Fêtes d'Hébé [1739]
    Ustvolskaya: Piano Concerto [1946]
    Ustvolskaya: Octet [1950]
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    Adams: Gnarly Buttons [1996]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo Romanza View Post
    Martinů: Chamber Music No. 1, H. 376

    Forget about the boring title, this work is extraordinary. I heard back in 2010 and still find it remarkable (along with so much of this composer’s oeuvre).
    This work sits on the 109th tier. If you create a reference thread on it (see Post #1), you can bump it up by 11 tiers.

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    Mozart: Divertimento #11 in D, K.251 [1776]
    Mahler, Glass, Beethoven, Vaughan Williams, Wolfe, Liszt, Reich, Bach, Nyman, Schubert

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    Diepenbrock: Hymne an die Nacht [1899]

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    Auerbach: Double Concerto for Violin, Piano, and Orchestra, Op. 40 [1997]

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    Nørgård: String Quartet #8, "Natten saenker sig som røg (Night descending like smoke)" [1997]
    Mahler, Glass, Beethoven, Vaughan Williams, Wolfe, Liszt, Reich, Bach, Nyman, Schubert

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    Draeseke: Quintet for Piano, Strings and Horn in B-flat, op. 48 [1888]

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    I can't add these works at the moment, but just prepping for when I can... here are the works to add from the first and second pages of this thread:

    Anonymous: Codex Faenza [15th century]
    Bach, C. P. E.: Sinfonias, Wq. 182 [1773]
    Billone: FACE for voice and ensemble [2017]
    Copland: Piano Variations [1930]
    Copland: Symphony #2 "Short" [1933]
    Glass: Piano Concerto #1 "Tirol" [2000]
    Goehr: String Quartet #3, op. 37 [1976]
    Handel: Chandos Anthems, HWV 246-256 [1717-18]
    Hurum: Bendik og Årolilja, op. 20 [1923
    Ives: Violin Sonata #1 [1903-8]
    Jadin: Fantaisie Concertante in G minor [1820]
    Krenek: String Quartet #8, op. 233 [1980]
    Liszt: Héroide funebre, S.102 [1850]
    Martinů: Concerto for 2 pianos & orchestra, H. 292 [1943]
    Nørgård: Seadrift [1978]
    Parry: An English Suite [1914]
    Pejačević: Piano Concerto in G minor, op. 33 [1913]
    Rameau: Les Fêtes d'Hébé [1739]
    Respighi: Metamorphoseon [1930]
    Schütz: Schwanengesang (Opus ultimum), SWV 482-494 [1671]
    Skempton: Lento [1990]
    Stravinsky: Concerto in D [1946]
    Ustvolskaya: Piano Concerto [1946]
    Ustvolskaya: Octet [1950]
    Liberty for wolves is death to the lambs.

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