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    We're picking some works to move up from the 95th tier of the Talk Classical community's favorite and most highly recommended works.

    This tier currently has 183 works, so I've split it into three parts of 61 works each. From each part, we're going to promote 25 works (or in the event of ties as near to 30 as possible) up to the 95th tier and 5 works (or in the event of ties as near to 5 as possible) up to the 93rd tier. As always, the work(s) that get the absolute fewest votes in each part will be demoted to the 97th tier. Of course all works will have a chance to continue climbing the next time we do whatever tier they land on.

    Each participant gets gets up to FIVE +5 votes, up to SIX +4 votes, up to SEVEN +3 votes, up to EIGHT +2 votes, and as many +1 votes as you want. You don't have to use all of them, but you must have fewer +5 votes than +4 votes, fewer +4 votes than +3 votes, and so on.

    Voting on this thread will be open 8 days -- closing June 6, Korea time.

    I will tally the votes on a Google sheet.

    Have fun! Also, please be considerate! Someone, hopefully, will be influenced by our selections!

    Here are the eligible works for this thread:

    Adams: Grand Pianola Music [1982]
    Adams: Violin Concerto [1993]
    Aho: Symphony #12 "Luosto" for 2 orchestras [1994]
    Alfonso X: Cantiga de Santa Maria 417 "Nobre don e muy preçado" [13th cent.]
    Andre: ...22, 13... [2004]
    Anonymous: Codex Las Huelgas [c. 1300]
    Arensky: Suite #1 for 2 Pianos in F, op. 15 [1890]
    Arne: Artaxerxes [1762]
    Arnold: Symphony #1, op. 22 [1949]
    Atterberg: Symphony #4 in G minor, op. 14 "Sinfonia Piccola" [1918]
    Avshalomov: Hutongs of Peking [1931]
    Babbitt: Composition for Twelve Instruments [1948, 1954]
    Bach, J. C.: Keyboard Concertos, op. 7
    Barber: Medea [1946]
    Bargiel: Fantasia #1 in B minor, op. 5 [1851]
    Barrios: La Catedral [1921]
    Bartók: Allegro barbaro, Sz. 49 [1911]
    Bartók: Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB. 31 [1903]
    Bax: Violin concerto [1938]
    Beethoven: An die ferne Geliebte (To the Distant Beloved), op. 98 [1816]
    Beethoven: Bagatelles (6), op. 126 [1824]
    Beethoven: Piano Sonata #19 in G minor, op. 49/1 [1795-8]
    Beethoven: Violin Sonata #10 in G, op. 96 [1812]
    Berg: Sieben frühe Lieder (Seven Early Songs) [1908]
    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict, op. 27 [1862]
    Berlioz: Grande symphonie funèbre et triomphale, op. 15 [1840]
    Berlioz: Les francs-juges overture, op. 3 [1825]
    Biber: Missa Bruxellensis [c. 1700]
    Billone: Sgorgo Y., N., & Oo. [2012, 2013]
    Birtwistle: The Mask of Orpheus [1986]
    Birtwistle: The Moth Requiem [2012]
    Bliss: Cello Concerto [1970]
    Boyce: Symphonies (8), op. 2 [c. 1760]
    Brahms: Canons (13), op. 113 [by c. 1891]
    Brahms: Songs (5), op. 49, including "Wiegenlied" (“Brahms’s Lullaby”) [1868]
    Britten: Cello Suite #1, op. 72 [1964]
    Browne: O Maria Salvatoris mater
    Bruch: String Quartet #2 in E, op. 10 [1860]
    Chabrier: Suite pastorale [1888]
    Chávez: Symphony #6 [1962]
    Chin: Piano Concerto [1997]
    Cornysh: Salve regina [by 1502]
    Debussy: Rhapsody for alto saxophone and orchestra [1919]
    Dennehy: Stainless Staining [2007]
    Dennehy: That the Night Come [2010]
    Dittersdorf: Six Symphonies after Ovid's Metamorphoses [1783]
    Dohnányi: Piano Concerto #2 in B minor, op. 47 [1947]
    Dufay: Adieu ces bons vins de Lannoys [1427]
    Dufay: Ave Maris Stella [before 1505]
    Dukas: La Péri [1912]
    Enescu: Orchestral Suite #3 in D, op. 27, "Villageoise" [1938]
    Enescu: String Quartet #2 in G, op. 22/2 [1951]
    Farrenc: Symphony #1 in C minor, op. 32 [1842]
    Farrenc: Symphony #2 in D, op. 35 [1845]
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 46, including "Clair de lune"
    Fauré: Pleurs d'or, op. 72 [1896]
    Franck: Trois Chorals for organ [1890]
    Fujikura: Sparking Orbit for electric guitar and electronics [2013]
    Gade: Echoes of Ossian, op. 1 [1841]
    Gade: Symphony #5 in D minor, op. 25 [1852]
    Gallus: Opus musicum, including "O magnum mysterium" [1587]
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    Dennehy: That the Night Come [2010]

    4:
    Beethoven: Piano Sonata #19 in G minor, op. 49/1 [1795-8]
    Enescu: String Quartet #2 in G, op. 22/2 [1951]

    3:
    Farrenc: Symphony #1 in C minor, op. 32 [1842]
    Farrenc: Symphony #2 in D, op. 35 [1845]
    Franck: Trois Chorals for organ [1890]

    2:
    Aho: Symphony #12 "Luosto" for 2 orchestras [1994]
    Atterberg: Symphony #4 in G minor, op. 14 "Sinfonia Piccola" [1918]
    Gade: Echoes of Ossian, op. 1 [1841]
    Gade: Symphony #5 in D minor, op. 25 [1852]

    1:
    Bach, J. C.: Keyboard Concertos, op. 7
    Bax: Violin concerto [1938]
    Beethoven: Bagatelles (6), op. 126 [1824]
    Berg: Sieben frühe Lieder (Seven Early Songs) [1908]
    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict, op. 27 [1862]

    Biber: Missa Bruxellensis [c. 1700]
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    Anonymous (c. 1300): Codex Las Huelgas
    Chin: Piano Concerto [1997]
    Dohnányi: Piano Concerto #2 in B minor, op. 47 [1947]
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 46, including "Clair de lune"
    Fauré: Pleurs d'or, op. 72

    4
    Aho: Symphony #12 "Luosto" for 2 orchestras [1994]
    Bax: Violin concerto [1938]
    Beethoven: An die ferne Geliebte, op. 98
    Dennehy: That the Night Come [2010]
    Gade: Echoes of Ossian, op. 1

    Gallus: Opus musicum, including "O magnum mysterium"

    3
    Arne: Artaxerxes [1762]
    Atterberg: Symphony #4 in G minor, op. 14 "Sinfonia Piccola"
    Avshalomov: Hutongs of Peking
    Barber: Medea
    Bliss: Cello Concerto

    Cornysh: Salve regina
    Dufay: Adieu ces bons vins de Lannoys

    2
    Alfonso X: Cantiga de Santa Maria 417 "Nobre don e muy preçado" [13th cent.]
    Bartók: Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB. 31
    Beethoven: Bagatelles (6), op. 126 [1824]
    Berg: Sieben frühe Lieder (Seven Early Songs)
    Birtwistle: The Moth Requiem

    Browne: O Maria Salvatoris mater
    Enescu: Orchestral Suite #3 in D, op. 27, "Villageoise"
    Franck: Trois Chorals

    1
    Adams: Grand Pianola Music [1982]
    Adams: Violin Concerto [1993]
    Bach, J. C.: Keyboard Concertos, op. 7
    Bartók: Allegro barbaro, Sz. 49 [1911]
    Beethoven: Violin Sonata #10 in G, op. 96 [1812]

    Biber: Missa Bruxellensis [c. 1700]
    Brahms: Canons (13), op. 113 [by c. 1891]
    Brahms: Songs (5), op. 49, including "Wiegenlied"
    Britten: Cello Suite #1, op. 72
    Bruch: String Quartet #2 in E, op. 10

    Debussy: Rhapsody for alto saxophone and orchestra
    Dennehy: Stainless Staining [2007]
    Dittersdorf: Six Symphonies after Ovid's Metamorphoses
    Dufay: Ave Maris Stella
    Enescu: String Quartet #2 in G, op. 22/2

    Farrenc: Symphony #1 in C minor, op. 32
    Farrenc: Symphony #2 in D, op. 35 [1845]
    Fujikura: Sparking Orbit for electric guitar and electronics [2013]

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    Anonymous: Codex Las Huelgas [c. 1300]

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    Barrios: La Catedral [1921]
    Farrenc: Symphony #1 in C minor, op. 32 [1842]

    +3
    Adams: Grand Pianola Music [1982]
    Bartók: Allegro barbaro, Sz. 49 [1911]
    Billone: Sgorgo Y., N., & Oo. [2012, 2013]

    +2
    Adams: Violin Concerto [1993]
    Beethoven: An die ferne Geliebte (To the Distant Beloved), op. 98 [1816]
    Farrenc: Symphony #2 in D, op. 35 [1845]
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 46, including "Clair de lune"

    +1
    Bach, J. C.: Keyboard Concertos, op. 7
    Beethoven: Bagatelles (6), op. 126 [1824]
    Beethoven: Piano Sonata #19 in G minor, op. 49/1 [1795-8]
    Beethoven: Violin Sonata #10 in G, op. 96 [1812]
    Chávez: Symphony #6 [1962]

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    Avshalomov: Hutongs of Peking [1931]
    Bax: Violin concerto [1938]
    Bruch: String Quartet #2 in E, op. 10 [1860]

    4
    Aho: Symphony #12 "Luosto" for 2 orchestras [1994]
    Chin: Piano Concerto [1997]
    Franck: Trois Chorals for organ [1890]
    Fujikura: Sparking Orbit for electric guitar and electronics [2013]

    3
    Adams: Violin Concerto [1993]
    Debussy: Rhapsody for alto saxophone and orchestra [1919]
    Dennehy: Stainless Staining [2007]
    Dennehy: That the Night Come [2010]
    Dohnányi: Piano Concerto #2 in B minor, op. 47 [1947]

    2
    Arnold: Symphony #1, op. 22 [1949]
    Barber: Medea [1946]
    Birtwistle: The Moth Requiem [2012]
    Bliss: Cello Concerto [1970]
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 46, including "Clair de lune"
    Fauré: Pleurs d'or, op. 72 [1896]

    1
    Adams: Grand Pianola Music [1982]
    Atterberg: Symphony #4 in G minor, op. 14 "Sinfonia Piccola" [1918]
    Barrios: La Catedral [1921]
    Berg: Sieben frühe Lieder (Seven Early Songs) [1908]
    Berlioz: Les francs-juges overture, op. 3 [1825]
    Birtwistle: The Mask of Orpheus [1986]
    Britten: Cello Suite #1, op. 72 [1964]
    Enescu: Orchestral Suite #3 in D, op. 27, "Villageoise" [1938]
    Enescu: String Quartet #2 in G, op. 22/2 [1951]
    Farrenc: Symphony #1 in C minor, op. 32 [1842]
    Farrenc: Symphony #2 in D, op. 35 [1845]
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    Beethoven: Piano Sonata #19 in G minor, op. 49/1 [1795-8]
    Biber: Missa Bruxellensis [c. 1700]
    Boyce: Symphonies (8), op. 2 [c. 1760]
    Brahms: Canons (13), op. 113 [by c. 1891]
    Bruch: String Quartet #2 in E, op. 10 [1860]

    +4

    Bach, J. C.: Keyboard Concertos, op. 7
    Beethoven: Bagatelles (6), op. 126 [1824]
    Cornysh: Salve regina [by 1502]

    Dittersdorf: Six Symphonies after Ovid's Metamorphoses [1783]
    Enescu: String Quartet #2 in G, op. 22/2 [1951]
    Fujikura: Sparking Orbit for electric guitar and electronics [2013]

    +3

    Arnold: Symphony #1, op. 22 [1949]
    Barrios: La Catedral [1921]
    Bliss: Cello Concerto [1970]
    Browne: O Maria Salvatoris mater

    Dohnányi: Piano Concerto #2 in B minor, op. 47 [1947]
    Dufay: Ave Maris Stella [before 1505]
    Enescu: Orchestral Suite #3 in D, op. 27, "Villageoise" [1938]

    +2

    Atterberg: Symphony #4 in G minor, op. 14 "Sinfonia Piccola" [1918]
    Berg: Sieben frühe Lieder (Seven Early Songs) [1908]
    Billone: Sgorgo Y., N., & Oo. [2012, 2013]
    Brahms: Songs (5), op. 49, including "Wiegenlied" (“Brahms’s Lullaby”) [1868]

    Farrenc: Symphony #1 in C minor, op. 32 [1842]
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 46, including "Clair de lune"
    Franck: Trois Chorals for organ [1890]
    Gallus: Opus musicum, including "O magnum mysterium" [1587]

    +1

    Alfonso X: Cantiga de Santa Maria 417 "Nobre don e muy preçado" [13th cent.]
    Anonymous: Codex Las Huelgas [c. 1300]
    Avshalomov: Hutongs of Peking [1931]

    Barber: Medea [1946]
    Birtwistle: The Moth Requiem [2012]
    Chin: Piano Concerto [1997]

    Debussy: Rhapsody for alto saxophone and orchestra [1919]
    Farrenc: Symphony #2 in D, op. 35 [1845]
    Fauré: Pleurs d'or, op. 72 [1896]
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    Anonymous: Codex Las Huelgas [c. 1300]
    Arne: Artaxerxes [1762]
    Babbitt: Composition for Twelve Instruments [1948, 1954]
    Biber: Missa Bruxellensis [c. 1700]
    Gallus: Opus musicum, including "O magnum mysterium" [1587]

    +4
    Berg: Sieben frühe Lieder (Seven Early Songs) [1908]
    Berlioz: Grande symphonie funèbre et triomphale, op. 15 [1840]
    Billone: Sgorgo Y., N., & Oo. [2012, 2013]
    Birtwistle: The Moth Requiem [2012]
    Brahms: Songs (5), op. 49, including "Wiegenlied" (“Brahms’s Lullaby”) [1868]
    Chabrier: Suite pastorale [1888]

    +3
    Barrios: La Catedral [1921]
    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict, op. 27 [1862]
    Birtwistle: The Mask of Orpheus [1986]
    Britten: Cello Suite #1, op. 72 [1964]
    Browne: O Maria Salvatoris mater
    Cornysh: Salve regina [by 1502]
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 46, including "Clair de lune"

    +2
    Aho: Symphony #12 "Luosto" for 2 orchestras [1994]
    Alfonso X: Cantiga de Santa Maria 417 "Nobre don e muy preçado" [13th cent.]
    Andre: ...22, 13... [2004]
    Dennehy: Stainless Staining [2007]
    Dennehy: That the Night Come [2010]
    Dufay: Adieu ces bons vins de Lannoys [1427]
    Dufay: Ave Maris Stella [before 1505]
    Dukas: La Péri [1912]

    +1
    Avshalomov: Hutongs of Peking [1931]
    Bach, J. C.: Keyboard Concertos, op. 7
    Barber: Medea [1946]
    Bartók: Allegro barbaro, Sz. 49 [1911]
    Bartók: Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB. 31 [1903]
    Beethoven: An die ferne Geliebte (To the Distant Beloved), op. 98 [1816]
    Boyce: Symphonies (8), op. 2 [c. 1760]
    Chin: Piano Concerto [1997]
    Dittersdorf: Six Symphonies after Ovid's Metamorphoses [1783]
    Dohnányi: Piano Concerto #2 in B minor, op. 47 [1947]
    Enescu: Orchestral Suite #3 in D, op. 27, "Villageoise" [1938]
    Fauré: Pleurs d'or, op. 72 [1896]
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    Beethoven: An die ferne Geliebte (To the Distant Beloved), op. 98 [1816]

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    Bach, J. C.: Keyboard Concertos, op. 7
    Beethoven: Piano Sonata #19 in G minor, op. 49/1 [1795-8]
    Beethoven: Bagatelles (6), op. 126 [1824]
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    Chin: Piano Concerto [1997]

    +4
    Anonymous: Codex Las Huelgas [c. 1300]
    Alfonso X: Cantiga de Santa Maria 417 "Nobre don e muy preçado" [13th cent.]

    +3
    Bartók: Allegro barbaro, Sz. 49 [1911]
    Bax: Violin concerto [1938]
    Britten: Cello Suite #1, op. 72 [1964]

    +2
    Adams: Violin Concerto [1993]
    Franck: Trois Chorals for organ [1890]
    Dufay: Adieu ces bons vins de Lannoys [1427]
    Dufay: Ave Maris Stella [before 1505]

    +1
    Barber: Medea [1946]
    Bartók: Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB. 31 [1903]
    Beethoven: Piano Sonata #19 in G minor, op. 49/1 [1795-8]
    Brahms: Songs (5), op. 49, including "Wiegenlied" (“Brahms’s Lullaby”) [1868]
    Enescu: String Quartet #2 in G, op. 22/2 [1951]

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    Adams: Violin Concerto [1993]
    Beethoven: An die ferne Geliebte (To the Distant Beloved), op. 98 [1816]
    Debussy: Rhapsody for alto saxophone and orchestra [1919]
    Dennehy: Stainless Staining [2007]
    Gallus: Opus musicum, including "O magnum mysterium" [1587]

    +4
    Anonymous: Codex Las Huelgas [c. 1300]
    Bach, J. C.: Keyboard Concertos, op. 7
    Berlioz: Grande symphonie funèbre et triomphale, op. 15 [1840]
    Biber: Missa Bruxellensis [c. 1700]
    Dennehy: That the Night Come [2010]

    Dittersdorf: Six Symphonies after Ovid's Metamorphoses [1783]

    +3
    Adams: Grand Pianola Music [1982]
    Arnold: Symphony #1, op. 22 [1949]
    Barrios: La Catedral [1921]
    Bartók: Allegro barbaro, Sz. 49 [1911]
    Boyce: Symphonies (8), op. 2 [c. 1760]

    Cornysh: Salve regina [by 1502]
    Dufay: Ave Maris Stella [before 1505]

    +2
    Arne: Artaxerxes [1762]
    Avshalomov: Hutongs of Peking [1931]
    Beethoven: Bagatelles (6), op. 126 [1824]
    Beethoven: Piano Sonata #19 in G minor, op. 49/1 [1795-8]
    Beethoven: Violin Sonata #10 in G, op. 96 [1812]

    Berg: Sieben frühe Lieder (Seven Early Songs) [1908]
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 46, including "Clair de lune"
    Franck: Trois Chorals for organ [1890]

    +1
    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict, op. 27 [1862]
    Berlioz: Les francs-juges overture, op. 3 [1825]
    Brahms: Songs (5), op. 49, including "Wiegenlied" (“Brahms’s Lullaby”) [1868]
    Britten: Cello Suite #1, op. 72 [1964]
    Chabrier: Suite pastorale [1888]

    Enescu: Orchestral Suite #3 in D, op. 27, "Villageoise" [1938]
    Farrenc: Symphony #1 in C minor, op. 32 [1842]
    Farrenc: Symphony #2 in D, op. 35 [1845]
    Gade: Symphony #5 in D minor, op. 25 [1852]
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    Bartók: Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB. 31 [1903]
    Browne: O Maria Salvatoris mater
    Dennehy: Stainless Staining [2007]

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    Adams: Grand Pianola Music [1982]
    Adams: Violin Concerto [1993]
    Beethoven: Piano Sonata #19 in G minor, op. 49/1 [1795-8]
    Berlioz: Grande symphonie funèbre et triomphale, op. 15 [1840]

    3

    Bach, J. C.: Keyboard Concertos, op. 7
    Bax: Violin concerto [1938]
    Beethoven: Violin Sonata #10 in G, op. 96 [1812]
    Biber: Missa Bruxellensis [c. 1700]
    Cornysh: Salve regina [by 1502]

    2

    Brahms: Canons (13), op. 113 [by c. 1891]
    Bruch: String Quartet #2 in E, op. 10 [1860]
    Chin: Piano Concerto [1997]
    Dohnányi: Piano Concerto #2 in B minor, op. 47 [1947]
    Farrenc: Symphony #2 in D, op. 35 [1845]
    Gallus: Opus musicum, including "O magnum mysterium" [1587]

    1

    Arensky: Suite #1 for 2 Pianos in F, op. 15 [1890]
    Atterberg: Symphony #4 in G minor, op. 14 "Sinfonia Piccola" [1918]
    Barber: Medea [1946]
    Bartók: Allegro barbaro, Sz. 49 [1911]
    Berlioz: Les francs-juges overture, op. 3 [1825]
    Boyce: Symphonies (8), op. 2 [c. 1760]
    Dufay: Ave Maris Stella [before 1505]
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    Andre: …22, 13…

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    Bartok: Allegro barbaro, Sz. 49
    Britten: Cello Suite No. 1, op. 72

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    Barber: Medea
    Bartok: Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB 31
    Birtwistle: The Moth Requiem

    +2
    Babbitt: Composition for Twelve Instruments
    Berg: Sieben fruhe Lieder (Seven Early Songs)
    Billone: Sgorgo Y., N., Oo.
    Debussy: Rhapsody for alto saxophone and orchestra

    +1
    Adams: Grand Pianola Music
    Aho: Symphony No. 12 "Luosto" for 2 orchestras
    Beethoven: Bagatelles (6), op. 126
    Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 19 in G minor, op. 49/1
    Birtwistle: The Mask of Orpheus
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    Liberty for wolves is death to the lambs.

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    Only one more day! All good things must come to an end...
    Liberty for wolves is death to the lambs.

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    +4:
    Beethoven: Bagatelles (6), op. 126 [1824]

    +3:
    Beethoven: An die ferne Geliebte (To the Distant Beloved), op. 98 [1816]
    Berlioz: Grande symphonie funèbre et triomphale, op. 15 [1840]

    +2:
    Beethoven: Violin Sonata #10 in G, op. 96 [1812]
    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict, op. 27 [1862]
    Dukas: La Péri [1912]

    +1:
    Arne: Artaxerxes [1762]
    Bach, J. C.: Keyboard Concertos, op. 7
    Bartók: Allegro barbaro, Sz. 49 [1911]
    Beethoven: Piano Sonata #19 in G minor, op. 49/1 [1795-8]
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 46, including "Clair de lune"
    Fauré: Pleurs d'or, op. 72 [1896]
    “To do good whenever one can, to love liberty above all else, never to deny the truth, even though it be before the throne.” - Ludwig van Beethoven.

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