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    The 121st tier of the Talk Classical community's favorite and most highly recommended works had 422 works, so I divided it into four parts, two of 106 works and two of 105 works. From each part we'll move the 25 works that get the most votes up 2 tiers to the 119th tier, and the next 25 works up 1 tier to the 120th tier, and the works that get the fewest votes will be demoted to the 122nd tier.

    Each participant gets:

    +1 votes: as many as you want
    +2 votes: up to ten -- but you must have more +1 votes than +2 votes
    +3 votes: up to nine -- but you must have more +2 votes than +3 votes
    +4 votes: up to eight -- but you must have more +3 votes than +4 votes
    +5 votes: up to seven -- but you must have more +4 votes than +5 votes
    +6 votes: up to six -- but you must have more +5 votes than +6 votes
    +7 votes: up to five -- but you must have more +6 votes than +7 votes


    I know that on a tier this deep, and with so many works, some of the works must be unfamiliar, but I hope we all have time to try a few new ones, maybe even some works of a sort that we don’t ordinarily listen to.

    Voting on this thread will be open 10 days -- closing Aug 10, 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:

    Dyson: Symphony in G [1937]
    Eastman: Crazy Ni**er [c. 1980]
    Eben: The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart [2002]
    Elgar: The Kingdom, op. 51 [1906]
    Eötvös: CAP-KO (piano concerto) [2005]
    Eötvös: Intervalles-Intérieurs [1981]
    Escher: Musique pour l'esprit en deuil [1943]
    Fairouz: Native Informant [2011]
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 43, including "Noël" and "Nocturne" [1885]
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 83 [1894]
    Feldman: Neither [1977]
    Feldman: The Possibility of a New Work for Electric Guitar [1966]
    Ferneyhough: Firecycle Beta [1969-71]
    Ferneyhough: String Quartet #2 [1980]
    Ferneyhough: String Quartet #5 [2006]
    Fernström: Symphony #6, op. 40 [1938]
    Flotow: Martha [1847]
    Foerster: Symphony #3 in D, op. 36 "Život" [1895]
    Froberger: Suite #18 (Partita) in G minor, FbWV 618 [mid-17th century]
    Frumerie: Cello Concerto [1984]
    Fučík: Florentiner Marsch, op. 214 [1907]
    Garayev: Symphony #3 [1964]
    Geijer: Piano Quartet in E minor [1825]
    Gernsheim: String Quartet #2 in A minor, op. 31 [1875]
    Gershwin: Second Rhapsody for piano and orchestra [1931]
    Gershwin: Variations on "I Got Rhythm" [1934]
    Giannini: Piano Concerto in D minor [1934]
    Gilles: Requiem [c. 1700]
    Ginastera: Cello Concerto #2, op. 50 [1980]
    Glass: Symphony #8 [2005]
    Glazunov: String Quartet #4 in A minor, op. 64 [1894]
    Glière: Symphony #2 in C minor, op. 25 [1907-08]
    Goebbels: Surrogate Cities [1994]
    Gordon: Rushes [2012]
    Gordon: Van Gogh [1991]
    Gottschalk: Grande Fantaisie Triomphale sur l'Hymne National Brésilien (op. 69) [1869]
    Greenwood: 48 Responses to Polymorphia [2011]
    Grieg: Funeral March in Memory of Richard Nordraak [1866]
    Griffes: Poem for Flute and Orchestra [1918]
    Grisey: Le Temps et l'écume [1988-1989]
    Grisey: Tempus ex machina [1979]
    Gruber: Zeitstimmung (Time Shadow) [1996]
    Guerrero: Ave virgo sanctissima [1566]
    Guerrero: Missa Sancta et immaculata [1566]
    Guridi: Sinfonía Pirenaica [1945]
    Hahn: Le rossignol des lilas [1913]
    Handel: Chandos Anthems, HWV 246-256 [1717-18]
    Handel: Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne, HWV 74, "Eternal source of light divine" [1712]
    Hanson: Symphony #5 "Sinfonia Sacra", op. 43 [1955]
    Hartmann: Symphony #3 [1948-49]
    Hartmann: Symphony #4 [1947-48]
    Hartmann E.: Cello Concerto in D minor, op. 26 [1879]
    Hashimoto: Symphony #1 in D [1940]
    Hasse: Siroe, re di Persia [1733]
    Haydn: Sinfonia Concertante in B-flat, Hob. I/105 [1792]
    Haydn: String Quartets, op. 71 [1793]
    Haydn: Symphony #41 in C [1769]
    Hersch: The Vanishing Pavilions [2005]
    Herzogenberg: Trio for Oboe, Horn, and Piano in D, op. 61 [1889]
    Higdon: blue cathedral [2000]
    Hildegard von Bingen: O Euchari [12th century]
    Hillborg: Beast Sampler [2014]
    Hiller: Piano Concerto #2 in F-sharp minor, op. 69 [1843]
    Hindemith: Octet [1957-8]
    Holbrooke: Horn Trio in D minor, op. 28 [c. 1904, rev. 1906-12]
    Holst, I.: String Quartet "Phantasy" [1928]
    Holst: Symphony in F, op. 8 "The Cotswolds" [1899-1900]
    Honegger: Concerto da Camera [1948]
    Honegger: String Quartet #3, H. 114 [1937]
    Hosokawa: Renka I-III [1986-90]
    Howells: Dances (3) for Violin and Orchestra, op. 7 [1915]
    Howells: Piano Concerto #2 in C, op. 39 [1925]
    Hummel: Flute Trio ("Adagio, Variations, and Rondo on a Russian Theme") in A, op. 78 [1818]
    Hummel: Piano Trio #1 in E flat, op. 12 [c. 1803]
    Hurlstone: Bassoon Sonata in F [1904]
    Hurwit: Symphony #1 "Remembrance" [2002]
    Hygons: Salve Regina (from the Eton Choirbook) [c. 1500]
    Ifukube: Lauda concertata for marimba and orchestra [1979]
    Isaac: Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen [c. 1485]
    Isaac: Missa paschalis a 6 [probably between 1508 and 1517]
    Janáček: Capriccio for piano left hand [1926]
    Janáček: Pohádka (Fairy Tale) [1910, rev. 1912, 1923]
    Jenner: Trio for Clarinet, Horn and Piano in E-flat [1900]
    Joachim: Violin Concerto #2 in D minor, op. 11 "In the Hungarian Manner" [1857]
    Johnson, T.: Failing: A Very Difficult Piece for String Bass [1975]
    Jones, S.: Roundings: Musings and Meditations on Texas New Deal Murals [2000]
    Jones, S.: Symphony #3 "Palo Duro Canyon" [1992]
    Josquin: Stabat Mater dolorosa [1498]
    Josquin (but perhaps misattrib.): Missa Mater Patris [15th century]
    Juon: Piano Quartet #2 in G, op. 50 [1912]
    Kabalevsky: Symphony #4 in C minor, op. 54 [1956]
    Kerll: Missa in fletu solatium obsidionis Viennensis [1689]
    Kernis: String Quartet #2 "Musica Instrumentalis" [1998]
    Khrennikov: Symphony #1 in B-flat minor, op. 4 [1933-35]
    Kilar: Exodus [1981]
    Kilar: Piano Concerto #1 [1996]
    Kilar: Requiem Father Kolbe [1994]
    Kilar: September Symphony [2003]
    Kim-Harris and Topel: Deo [2019]
    Klami: Symphony #1 in D, op. 29 [1937-8]
    Koch: Symphony #5 "Lapponica" [1977]
    Kokkonen: Cello Concerto [1969]
    Korngold: Abschiedslieder, op. 14 [1921]
    Kozlovsky: Requiem in E-flat minor [1798]
    Krommer: Concerto for Two Clarinets in E-flat, op. 91 [c. 1815]
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    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 83 [1894]

    5
    Froberger: Suite #18 (Partita) in G minor, FbWV 618 [mid-17th century]
    Hummel: Piano Trio #1 in E flat, op. 12 [c. 1803]

    4
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 43, including "Noël" and "Nocturne" [1885]
    Glière: Symphony #2 in C minor, op. 25 [1907-08]
    Hildegard von Bingen: O Euchari [12th century]
    Hummel: Flute Trio ("Adagio, Variations, and Rondo on a Russian Theme") in A, op. 78 [1818]

    3
    Hanson: Symphony #5 "Sinfonia Sacra", op. 43 [1955]
    Higdon: blue cathedral [2000]
    Hygons: Salve Regina (from the Eton Choirbook) [c. 1500]
    Isaac: Missa paschalis a 6 [probably between 1508 and 1517]
    Ifukube: Lauda concertata for marimba and orchestra [1979]

    2
    Flotow: Martha [1847]
    Hahn: Le rossignol des lilas [1913]
    Honegger: Concerto da Camera [1948]
    Honegger: String Quartet #3, H. 114 [1937]
    Haydn: String Quartets, op. 71 [1793]

    Juon: Piano Quartet #2 in G, op. 50 [1912]

    1
    Gernsheim: String Quartet #2 in A minor, op. 31 [1875]
    Ginastera: Cello Concerto #2, op. 50 [1980]
    Glazunov: String Quartet #4 in A minor, op. 64 [1894]
    Grieg: Funeral March in Memory of Richard Nordraak [1866]
    Isaac: Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen [c. 1485]

    Joachim: Violin Concerto #2 in D minor, op. 11 "In the Hungarian Manner" [1857]
    Josquin: Stabat Mater dolorosa [1498]

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    Josquin: Stabat Mater dolorosa [1498]
    +4
    Haydn: Sinfonia Concertante in B-flat, Hob. I/105 [1792]
    Haydn: Symphony #41 in C [1769
    +3
    Glazunov: String Quartet #4 in A minor, op. 64 [1894]
    Glière: Symphony #2 in C minor, op. 25 [1907-08]
    Froberger: Suite #18 (Partita) in G minor, FbWV 618 [mid-17th century]
    +2
    Hasse: Siroe, re di Persia [1733]
    Hildegard von Bingen: O Euchari [12th century]
    Hummel: Piano Trio #1 in E flat, op. 12 [c. 1803]
    Hummel: Flute Trio ("Adagio, Variations, and Rondo on a Russian Theme") in A, op. 78 [1818]
    +1
    Holst, I.: String Quartet "Phantasy" [1928]
    Holst: Symphony in F, op. 8 "The Cotswolds" [1899-1900]
    Isaac: Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen [c. 1485]
    Isaac: Missa paschalis a 6 [probably between 1508 and 1517]
    Kabalevsky: Symphony #4 in C minor, op. 54 [1956]
    Korngold: Abschiedslieder, op. 14 [1921]
    Kozlovsky: Requiem in E-flat minor [1798]
    Haydn: String Quartets, op. 71 [1793]
    Krommer: Concerto for Two Clarinets in E-flat, op. 91 [c. 1815]
    Handel: Chandos Anthems, HWV 246-256 [1717-18]
    Handel: Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne, HWV 74, "Eternal source of light divine" [1712]

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    Glière: Symphony #2 in C minor, op. 25 [1907-08]
    Handel: Chandos Anthems, HWV 246-256 [1717-18]
    Hummel: Piano Trio #1 in E flat, op. 12 [c. 1803]
    Hygons: Salve Regina (from the Eton Choirbook) [c. 1500]

    6

    Handel: Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne, HWV 74, "Eternal source of light divine" [1712]
    Haydn: Sinfonia Concertante in B-flat, Hob. I/105 [1792]
    Juon: Piano Quartet #2 in G, op. 50 [1912]
    Krommer: Concerto for Two Clarinets in E-flat, op. 91 [c. 1815]
    Joachim: Violin Concerto #2 in D minor, op. 11 "In the Hungarian Manner" [1857]

    5

    Elgar: The Kingdom, op. 51 [1906]
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 43, including "Noël" and "Nocturne" [1885]
    Geijer: Piano Quartet in E minor [1825]
    Giannini: Piano Concerto in D minor [1934]
    Glazunov: String Quartet #4 in A minor, op. 64 [1894]

    Guerrero: Missa Sancta et immaculata [1566]

    4

    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 83 [1894]
    Foerster: Symphony #3 in D, op. 36 "Život" [1895]
    Isaac: Missa paschalis a 6 [probably between 1508 and 1517]
    Josquin: Stabat Mater dolorosa [1498]
    Kabalevsky: Symphony #4 in C minor, op. 54 [1956]

    Kernis: String Quartet #2 "Musica Instrumentalis" [1998]
    Kim-Harris and Topel: Deo [2019]

    3

    Dyson: Symphony in G [1937]
    Eastman: Crazy Ni**er [c. 1980]
    Frumerie: Cello Concerto [1984]
    Greenwood: 48 Responses to Polymorphia [2011]
    Haydn: String Quartets, op. 71 [1793]

    Haydn: Symphony #41 in C [1769]
    Hiller: Piano Concerto #2 in F-sharp minor, op. 69 [1843]
    Howells: Piano Concerto #2 in C, op. 39 [1925]

    2

    Glass: Symphony #8 [2005]
    Guerrero: Ave virgo sanctissima [1566]
    Hartmann E.: Cello Concerto in D minor, op. 26 [1879]
    Holst, I.: String Quartet "Phantasy" [1928]
    Honegger: String Quartet #3, H. 114 [1937]

    Isaac: Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen [c. 1485]
    Josquin (but perhaps misattrib.): Missa Mater Patris [15th century]
    Kerll: Missa in fletu solatium obsidionis Viennensis [1689]
    Khrennikov: Symphony #1 in B-flat minor, op. 4 [1933-35]

    1

    Escher: Musique pour l'esprit en deuil [1943]
    Fairouz: Native Informant [2011]
    Froberger: Suite #18 (Partita) in G minor, FbWV 618 [mid-17th century]
    Gershwin: Second Rhapsody for piano and orchestra [1931]
    Gilles: Requiem [c. 1700]

    Gottschalk: Grande Fantaisie Triomphale sur l'Hymne National Brésilien (op. 69) [1869]
    Hildegard von Bingen: O Euchari [12th century]
    Hindemith: Octet [1957-8]
    Howells: Dances (3) for Violin and Orchestra, op. 7 [1915]
    Klami: Symphony #1 in D, op. 29 [1937-8]

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    Gershwin: Variations on "I Got Rhythm" [1934]
    Glass: Symphony #8 [2005]
    Gordon: Rushes [2012]
    Handel: Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne, HWV 74, "Eternal source of light divine" [1712]

    +6
    Eastman: Crazy Ni**er [c. 1980]
    Flotow: Martha [1847]
    Gordon: Van Gogh [1991]
    Grieg: Funeral March in Memory of Richard Nordraak [1866]
    Handel: Chandos Anthems, HWV 246-256 [1717-18]

    +5
    Fairouz: Native Informant [2011]
    Holst, I.: String Quartet "Phantasy" [1928]
    Isaac: Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen [c. 1485]
    Janáček: Capriccio for piano left hand [1926]
    Josquin: Stabat Mater dolorosa [1498]

    Kernis: String Quartet #2 "Musica Instrumentalis" [1998]

    +4
    Greenwood: 48 Responses to Polymorphia [2011]
    Griffes: Poem for Flute and Orchestra [1918]
    Guerrero: Ave virgo sanctissima [1566]
    Higdon: blue cathedral [2000]
    Holst: Symphony in F, op. 8 "The Cotswolds" [1899-1900]

    Janáček: Pohádka (Fairy Tale) [1910, rev. 1912, 1923]
    Korngold: Abschiedslieder, op. 14 [1921]

    +3
    Froberger: Suite #18 (Partita) in G minor, FbWV 618 [mid-17th century]
    Gershwin: Second Rhapsody for piano and orchestra [1931]
    Gottschalk: Grande Fantaisie Triomphale sur l'Hymne National Brésilien (op. 69) [1869]
    Hahn: Le rossignol des lilas [1913]
    Hygons: Salve Regina (from the Eton Choirbook) [c. 1500]

    Ifukube: Lauda concertata for marimba and orchestra [1979]
    Kilar: Piano Concerto #1 [1996]
    Krommer: Concerto for Two Clarinets in E-flat, op. 91 [c. 1815]

    +2
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 43, including "Noël" and "Nocturne" [1885]
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 83 [1894]
    Fučík: Florentiner Marsch, op. 214 [1907]
    Guerrero: Missa Sancta et immaculata [1566]
    Haydn: Sinfonia Concertante in B-flat, Hob. I/105 [1792]

    Haydn: String Quartets, op. 71 [1793]
    Haydn: Symphony #41 in C [1769]
    Hildegard von Bingen: O Euchari [12th century]
    Isaac: Missa paschalis a 6 [probably between 1508 and 1517]
    Josquin (but perhaps misattrib.): Missa Mater Patris [15th century]

    +1
    Gilles: Requiem [c. 1700]
    Gruber: Zeitstimmung (Time Shadow) [1996]
    Hartmann: Symphony #3 [1948-49]
    Hartmann: Symphony #4 [1947-48]
    Hasse: Siroe, re di Persia [1733]

    Hillborg: Beast Sampler [2014]
    Hindemith: Octet [1957-8]
    Honegger: Concerto da Camera [1948]
    Joachim: Violin Concerto #2 in D minor, op. 11 "In the Hungarian Manner" [1857]
    Klami: Symphony #1 in D, op. 29 [1937-8]

    Kokkonen: Cello Concerto [1969]

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    Ferneyhough: String Quartet #5 [2006]
    Gernsheim: String Quartet #2 in A minor, op. 31 [1875]
    Ginastera: Cello Concerto #2, op. 50 [1980]
    Holbrooke: Horn Trio in D minor, op. 28 [c. 1904, rev. 1906-12]
    Hosokawa: Renka I-III [1986-90]

    +6

    Eötvös: Intervalles-Intérieurs [1981]
    Garayev: Symphony #3 [1964]
    Guridi: Sinfonía Pirenaica [1945]

    Hurlstone: Bassoon Sonata in F [1904]
    Jenner: Trio for Clarinet, Horn and Piano in E-flat [1900]
    Kokkonen: Cello Concerto [1969]

    +5

    Eben: The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart [2002]
    Escher: Musique pour l'esprit en deuil [1943]
    Geijer: Piano Quartet in E minor [1825]
    Hartmann: Symphony #4 [1947-48]

    Hartmann E.: Cello Concerto in D minor, op. 26 [1879]
    Herzogenberg: Trio for Oboe, Horn, and Piano in D, op. 61 [1889]
    Kabalevsky: Symphony #4 in C minor, op. 54 [1956]

    +4

    Dyson: Symphony in G [1937]
    Fernström: Symphony #6, op. 40 [1938]
    Foerster: Symphony #3 in D, op. 36 "Život" [1895]
    Frumerie: Cello Concerto [1984]

    Hiller: Piano Concerto #2 in F-sharp minor, op. 69 [1843]
    Honegger: String Quartet #3, H. 114 [1937]
    Howells: Piano Concerto #2 in C, op. 39 [1925]
    Juon: Piano Quartet #2 in G, op. 50 [1912]

    +3

    Giannini: Piano Concerto in D minor [1934]
    Griffes: Poem for Flute and Orchestra [1918]
    Grisey: Le Temps et l'écume [1988-1989]

    Guerrero: Missa Sancta et immaculata [1566]
    Hindemith: Octet [1957-8]
    Holst, I.: String Quartet "Phantasy" [1928]

    Janáček: Pohádka (Fairy Tale) [1910, rev. 1912, 1923]
    Joachim: Violin Concerto #2 in D minor, op. 11 "In the Hungarian Manner" [1857]
    Klami: Symphony #1 in D, op. 29 [1937-8]

    +2

    Elgar: The Kingdom, op. 51 [1906]
    Froberger: Suite #18 (Partita) in G minor, FbWV 618 [mid-17th century]
    Hashimoto: Symphony #1 in D [1940]
    Hillborg: Beast Sampler [2014]
    Holst: Symphony in F, op. 8 "The Cotswolds" [1899-1900]

    Ifukube: Lauda concertata for marimba and orchestra [1979]
    Kerll: Missa in fletu solatium obsidionis Viennensis [1689]
    Koch: Symphony #5 "Lapponica" [1977]
    Kozlovsky: Requiem in E-flat minor [1798]
    Krommer: Concerto for Two Clarinets in E-flat, op. 91 [c. 1815]

    +1

    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 83 [1894]
    Feldman: Neither [1977]
    Gilles: Requiem [c. 1700]
    Glazunov: String Quartet #4 in A minor, op. 64 [1894]

    Haydn: String Quartets, op. 71 [1793]
    Higdon: blue cathedral [2000]
    Hildegard von Bingen: O Euchari [12th century]
    Hygons: Salve Regina (from the Eton Choirbook) [c. 1500]

    Isaac: Missa paschalis a 6 [probably between 1508 and 1517]
    Johnson, T.: Failing: A Very Difficult Piece for String Bass [1975]
    Korngold: Abschiedslieder, op. 14 [1921]

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    7 (5)
    Flotow: Martha [1847]
    Hasse: Siroe, re di Persia [1733]
    Hildegard von Bingen: O Euchari [12th century]
    Hindemith: Octet [1957-8]
    Isaac: Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen [c. 1485]

    6 (6)
    Eastman: Crazy Ni**er [c. 1980]
    Eötvös: Intervalles-Intérieurs [1981]
    Feldman: The Possibility of a New Work for Electric Guitar [1966]

    Guerrero: Ave virgo sanctissima [1566]
    Haydn: String Quartets, op. 71 [1793]
    Josquin: Stabat Mater dolorosa [1498]

    5 (7)
    Fairouz: Native Informant [2011]
    Ferneyhough: String Quartet #2 [1980]
    Gershwin: Variations on "I Got Rhythm" [1934]
    Grisey: Tempus ex machina [1979]

    Guerrero: Missa Sancta et immaculata [1566]
    Handel: Chandos Anthems, HWV 246-256 [1717-18]
    Kilar: September Symphony [2003]

    4 (8)
    Eben: The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart [2002]
    Eötvös: CAP-KO (piano concerto) [2005]
    Gilles: Requiem [c. 1700]
    Goebbels: Surrogate Cities [1994]

    Handel: Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne, HWV 74, "Eternal source of light divine" [1712]
    Hygons: Salve Regina (from the Eton Choirbook) [c. 1500]
    Isaac: Missa paschalis a 6 [probably between 1508 and 1517]
    Kilar: Requiem Father Kolbe [1994]

    3 (9)
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 83 [1894]
    Fauré: Mélodies (2), op. 43, including "Noël" and "Nocturne" [1885]
    Feldman: Neither [1977]
    Ferneyhough: String Quartet #5 [2006]
    Froberger: Suite #18 (Partita) in G minor, FbWV 618 [mid-17th century]

    Glière: Symphony #2 in C minor, op. 25 [1907-08]
    Gordon: Rushes [2012]
    Hillborg: Beast Sampler [2014]
    Kilar: Exodus [1981]

    2 (10)
    Gordon: Van Gogh [1991]
    Gottschalk: Grande Fantaisie Triomphale sur l'Hymne National Brésilien (op. 69) [1869]
    Guridi: Sinfonía Pirenaica [1945]
    Hahn: Le rossignol des lilas [1913]
    Hartmann: Symphony #3 [1948-49]

    Honegger: Concerto da Camera [1948]
    Hosokawa: Renka I-III [1986-90]
    Ifukube: Lauda concertata for marimba and orchestra [1979]
    Janáček: Pohádka (Fairy Tale) [1910, rev. 1912, 1923]
    Kokkonen: Cello Concerto [1969]

    1 (11+)
    Ferneyhough: Firecycle Beta [1969-71]
    Fučík: Florentiner Marsch, op. 214 [1907]
    Gernsheim: String Quartet #2 in A minor, op. 31 [1875]
    Ginastera: Cello Concerto #2, op. 50 [1980]
    Glass: Symphony #8 [2005]
    Grisey: Le Temps et l'écume [1988-1989]
    Hanson: Symphony #5 "Sinfonia Sacra", op. 43 [1955]
    Hartmann: Symphony #4 [1947-48]
    Haydn: Sinfonia Concertante in B-flat, Hob. I/105 [1792]
    Hersch: The Vanishing Pavilions [2005]
    Higdon: blue cathedral [2000]
    Holbrooke: Horn Trio in D minor, op. 28 [c. 1904, rev. 1906-12]
    Hummel: Piano Trio #1 in E flat, op. 12 [c. 1803]
    Josquin (but perhaps misattrib.): Missa Mater Patris [15th century]
    Juon: Piano Quartet #2 in G, op. 50 [1912]
    Kabalevsky: Symphony #4 in C minor, op. 54 [1956]
    Kerll: Missa in fletu solatium obsidionis Viennensis [1689]
    Kernis: String Quartet #2 "Musica Instrumentalis" [1998]
    Kilar: Piano Concerto #1 [1996]
    Korngold: Abschiedslieder, op. 14 [1921]
    Krommer: Concerto for Two Clarinets in E-flat, op. 91 [c. 1815]
    Liberty for wolves is death to the lambs.

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    Man, these tiers are a lot of work...

    Thanks to everyone who's been voting!

    Okay, time's up! I'll tally the votes, post the results in the main thread, and move the works to their new homes.
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