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    I'm on vacation, not keeping up with my work here, but that doesn't mean y'all can't have some fun without me. So let's do this thang.

    The works on the 120th tier of the Talk Classical community's favorite and most highly recommended works are currently the 28th percentile, meaning that we've recommended 72% of the 6410 works on our list more strongly than them. But we're going to pick some to recommend a little more or less strongly:

    This tier currently has 365 works, so I've divided it into 5 parts of 73 works each. From each part, we'll move the 40 work(s) that get the absolute most votes all the way up to the 118th tier, and the next 20 of them up to the 119th tier, while the work(s) that get the absolute fewest votes will be demoted to the 121st tier.

    +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
    +8 votes: up to four -- but you must have more +7 votes than +8 votes


    On a tier this deep, 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 10 days from the time stamp of this post.

    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:

    Abrahamsen: Märchenbilder [1984]
    Adams: City Noir [2009]
    Adès: Arcadiana [1994]
    Adès: Tevot [2007]
    Adès: The Four Quarters, op. 28 [2010]
    Akses: Symphony #5 "Thus spoke Atatürk" (Rhetoric Symphony / Sinfonia rhetorica) [1988]
    Akses: War for Peace--To the memory of Atatürk [1981]
    Albéniz: La Vega "Fantaisie espagnole" [1897]
    Albéniz/Granados: Azulejos [1909]
    Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 10 [1735-6]
    Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 7 [1715]
    Alkan: Benedictus for Organ, op. 54 [1859]
    Alkan: Les mois, op. 74 [1838]
    Alkan: Preludes (25), op. 31 [1847]
    Alnæs: Symphony #1, op. 7 [1897-8]
    Alwyn: Piano Concerto #2 [1960]
    Andre: ... als II ... [2000-2001]
    Andre: ... auf ... III [2007]
    Andreae: Symphony #1 in F [1900]
    Andrée: Piano Trio in #2 G minor [1887]
    Andriessen, H.: Ricercare [1949]
    Anglebert: Pièces de Clavecin [c. 1689]
    Anonymous: Codex Engelberg 314 [14th century]
    Anonymous: Codex Faenza [15th century]
    Anonymous: Messe de Barcelona [13th cent.]
    Arne: Alfred [1740]
    Arne: Trio Sonatas [1757]
    Arnold: Clarinet Concerto #2, op. 115 [1974]
    Arnold: Fantasy on a Theme of John Field for Piano and Orchestra, op. 116 [1975]
    Arnold: Rinaldo and Armida, op. 49 [1954]
    Arnold: Symphony #7, op. 113 [1973]
    Atterberg: Horn Concerto in A minor, op. 28 [1926]
    Atterberg: Piano Quintet [1928]
    Atterberg: Suite #5 for chamber orchestra "Barocco", op. 23 [1923]
    Bach, C. P. E.: Keyboard Sonatas and Pieces, Wq. 56-61 "Kenner und Liebhaber" [1779-87]
    Bach, C. P. E.: Sinfonias, Wq. 182 [1773]
    Bach, Johann Christian: Keyboard Concertos, op. 13 [1777]
    Bach, W. F.: Harpsichord Concerto in E-minor, F. 43 [1767]
    Bach: Cantata #209 "Non sa che sia dolore" [1747?]
    Bach: Harpsichord Concerto #6 in F, BWV 1057 (transcription of BWV 1049)
    Bach: Harpsichord Concerto #7 in G minor, BWV 1058 (transcription of BWV 1041) [c. 1723]
    Bacri: Concerto nostalgico, op. 80/1 "L'automne"
    Bainton: Symphony #2 in D minor [1939-40]
    Bainton: Symphony #3 in C minor [1952-56]
    Barrett, N.: Trade Winds [2006]
    Bartók: Rhapsody, op. 1, Sz. 26 [1904]
    Bartók: Rhapsody #2 for Violin and Orchestra, Sz. 90 [1928, rev. 1944-5]
    Bate: Symphony #4 [1954-55]
    Bauldeweyn (formerly attrib. Josquin): Missa Da pacem [c. 1509-1513]
    Beethoven: Adelaide, op. 46 [1795]
    Beethoven: Romance #2 in F for Violin and Orchestra, op. 50 [1798]
    Beethoven: The Ruins of Athens [1811]
    Benjamin, G.: Antara [1987]
    Benjamin, G.: Palimpsests [1998-2002]
    Beppe: Flute Concerto #2, op. 80 [c. 2010]
    Berio: points on the curve to find... [1974]
    Berio: Sequenza VIIa for oboe (arranged as VIIb for soprano saxophone) [1969]
    Berlioz: La Mort de Cléopâtre [1829]
    Berlioz: Tristia, op. 18 [1852]
    Billone: ITI KE MI [1995]
    Bliss: Clarinet Quintet [1932]
    Bliss: Meditations on a Theme of John Blow [1955]
    Boëly: Pieces (12) for organ, op. 18 [1856]
    Bolcom: Ghost Rags [1970]
    Bolcom: Songs of Innocence & Experience [1982]
    Bortniansky: Cherubim Song #7 (Cherubic Hymn #7) [early 19th century]
    Bortniansky: Sacred Concertos [1799]
    Boulanger, L: Clairières dans le ciel [1915]
    Boulanger, L.: Vieille prière bouddhique [1914-17]
    Boulanger, N.: Vers la vie nouvelle [1917]
    Bowen: Phantasy Quintet [1932]
    Bowen: Piano Concerto #4 in A minor, op. 88 [1929]
    Bowen: Piano Trio in E minor [1946]
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    The thread title says 119th and apparently I can't change this, but this is the 120th tier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by science View Post
    The thread title says 119th and apparently I can't change this, but this is the 120th tier.
    Fixed!.................

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    Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 7 [1715]
    7
    Bortniansky: Cherubim Song #7 (Cherubic Hymn #7) [early 19th century]
    Bortniansky: Sacred Concertos [1799]
    6
    Bach, C. P. E.: Keyboard Sonatas and Pieces, Wq. 56-61 "Kenner und Liebhaber" [1779-87]
    Bach, C. P. E.: Sinfonias, Wq. 182 [1773]
    Bach: Harpsichord Concerto #7 in G minor, BWV 1058 (transcription of BWV 1041) [c. 1723]
    5
    Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 10 [1735-6]
    Berlioz: La Mort de Cléopâtre [1829]
    Berlioz: Tristia, op. 18 [1852]
    Bach, W. F.: Harpsichord Concerto in E-minor, F. 43 [1767]
    4
    Albéniz: La Vega "Fantaisie espagnole" [1897]
    Albéniz/Granados: Azulejos [1909]
    Alkan: Preludes (25), op. 31 [1847]
    Anonymous: Messe de Barcelona [13th cent.]
    Beethoven: Romance #2 in F for Violin and Orchestra, op. 50 [1798]
    3
    Berlioz: Tristia, op. 18 [1852]
    Bach, Johann Christian: Keyboard Concertos, op. 13 [1777]
    Bach: Cantata #209 "Non sa che sia dolore" [1747?]
    Bach: Harpsichord Concerto #6 in F, BWV 1057 (transcription of BWV 1049)
    Beethoven: Adelaide, op. 46 [1795]
    Boulanger, N.: Vers la vie nouvelle [1917]
    2
    Alkan: Benedictus for Organ, op. 54 [1859]
    Alkan: Les mois, op. 74 [1838]
    Anglebert: Pièces de Clavecin [c. 1689]
    Anonymous: Codex Engelberg 314 [14th century]
    Anonymous: Codex Faenza [15th century]
    Beethoven: The Ruins of Athens [1811]
    Berlioz: La Mort de Cléopâtre [1829]
    1
    Boulanger, L: Clairières dans le ciel [1915]
    Boulanger, L.: Vieille prière bouddhique [1914-17]
    Arne: Alfred [1740]
    Arne: Trio Sonatas [1757]
    Bartók: Rhapsody, op. 1, Sz. 26 [1904]
    Bartók: Rhapsody #2 for Violin and Orchestra, Sz. 90 [1928, rev. 1944-5]
    Berio: points on the curve to find... [1974]
    Berio: Sequenza VIIa for oboe (arranged as VIIb for soprano saxophone) [1969]

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    Abrahamsen: Märchenbilder [1984]
    Bortniansky: Sacred Concertos [1799]

    7

    Atterberg: Piano Quintet [1928]
    Bach: Harpsichord Concerto #6 in F, BWV 1057 (transcription of BWV 1049)
    Bowen: Phantasy Quintet [1932]

    6

    Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 10 [1735-6]
    Andrée: Piano Trio in #2 G minor [1887]
    Bach: Harpsichord Concerto #7 in G minor, BWV 1058 (transcription of BWV 1041) [c. 1723]
    Beethoven: Romance #2 in F for Violin and Orchestra, op. 50 [1798]

    5

    Adès: Arcadiana [1994]
    Bach, C. P. E.: Sinfonias, Wq. 182 [1773]
    Bauldeweyn (formerly attrib. Josquin): Missa Da pacem [c. 1509-1513]
    Bolcom: Ghost Rags [1970]
    Bowen: Piano Trio in E minor [1946]

    4

    Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 7 [1715]
    Alkan: Les mois, op. 74 [1838]
    Andreae: Symphony #1 in F [1900]
    Bach: Cantata #209 "Non sa che sia dolore" [1747?]
    Bartók: Rhapsody, op. 1, Sz. 26 [1904]

    Berlioz: La Mort de Cléopâtre [1829]

    3

    Alkan: Preludes (25), op. 31 [1847]
    Alwyn: Piano Concerto #2 [1960]
    Bartók: Rhapsody #2 for Violin and Orchestra, Sz. 90 [1928, rev. 1944-5]
    Beethoven: Adelaide, op. 46 [1795]
    Berlioz: Tristia, op. 18 [1852]

    Bortniansky: Cherubim Song #7 (Cherubic Hymn #7) [early 19th century]
    [1915]
    Boulanger, N.: Vers la vie nouvelle [1917]

    2

    Adès: Tevot [2007]
    Adès: The Four Quarters, op. 28 [2010]
    Albéniz: La Vega "Fantaisie espagnole" [1897]
    Andriessen, H.: Ricercare [1949]
    Arne: Trio Sonatas [1757]

    Bach, C. P. E.: Keyboard Sonatas and Pieces, Wq. 56-61 "Kenner und Liebhaber" [1779-87]
    Bach, Johann Christian: Keyboard Concertos, op. 13 [1777]
    Bliss: Clarinet Quintet [1932]

    1

    Adams: City Noir [2009]
    Arnold: Clarinet Concerto #2, op. 115 [1974]
    Arnold: Fantasy on a Theme of John Field for Piano and Orchestra, op. 116 [1975]
    Atterberg: Suite #5 for chamber orchestra "Barocco", op. 23 [1923]
    Bach, W. F.: Harpsichord Concerto in E-minor, F. 43 [1767]

    Bacri: Concerto nostalgico, op. 80/1 "L'automne"
    Bate: Symphony #4 [1954-55]
    Benjamin, G.: Palimpsests [1998-2002]
    Bliss: Meditations on a Theme of John Blow [1955]

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    Anonymous: Codex Engelberg 314 [14th century]
    Anonymous: Codex Faenza [15th century]
    Anonymous: Messe de Barcelona [13th cent.]

    4
    Atterberg: Piano Quintet [1928]
    Beppe: Flute Concerto #2, op. 80 [c. 2010]
    Boulanger, L: Clairières dans le ciel [1915]
    Boulanger, L.: Vieille prière bouddhique [1914-17]

    3
    Alkan: Benedictus for Organ, op. 54
    Atterberg: Horn Concerto in A minor, op. 28 [1926]
    Atterberg: Suite #5 for chamber orchestra "Barocco", op. 23 [1923]
    Bartók: Rhapsody #1 for Violin and Orchestra, Sz. 87
    Bartók: Rhapsody #2 for Violin and Orchestra, Sz. 90 [1928, rev. 1944-5]

    2
    Akses: War for Peace--To the memory of Atatürk
    Anglebert: Pièces de Clavecin [c. 1689]
    Bach, C. P. E.: Keyboard Sonatas and Pieces, Wq. 56-61 "Kenner und Liebhaber"
    Bach, C. P. E.: Sinfonias, Wq. 182 [1773]
    Bach, W. F.: Harpsichord Concerto in E-minor, F.43 [1767]

    Bowen: Piano Concerto #4 in A minor, op. 88
    Boulanger, N.: Vers la vie nouvelle [1917]

    1
    Akses: Symphony #5 "Thus spoke Atatürk" (Rhetoric Symphony / Sinfonia rhetorica)
    Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 10 [1735-6]
    Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 7 [1715]
    Bach, Johann Christian: Keyboard Concertos, op.13
    Bach: Cantata #209 "Non sa che sia dolore" [1747?]

    Bach: Harpsichord Concerto #6 in F, BWV 1057 (transcription of BWV 1049)
    Bach: Harpsichord Concerto #7 in G minor, BWV 1058 (transcription of BWV 1041) [c. 1723]
    Beethoven: Adelaide, op. 46 [1795]
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    Anonymous: Codex Faenza [15th century]
    Boulanger, L: Clairières dans le ciel [1915]

    +7
    Anonymous: Codex Engelberg 314 [14th century]
    Bach, C. P. E.: Sinfonias, Wq. 182 [1773]
    Boulanger, L.: Vieille prière bouddhique [1914-17]

    +6
    Adams: City Noir [2009]
    Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 7 [1715]
    Beethoven: Adelaide, op. 46 [1795]
    Beethoven: Romance #2 in F for Violin and Orchestra, op. 50 [1798]

    +5
    Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 10 [1735-6]
    Arnold: Symphony #7, op. 113 [1973]
    Beethoven: The Ruins of Athens [1811]
    Berlioz: La Mort de Cléopâtre [1829]
    Bliss: Meditations on a Theme of John Blow [1955]

    +4
    Arnold: Clarinet Concerto #2, op. 115 [1974]
    Bach, W. F.: Harpsichord Concerto in E-minor, F. 43 [1767]
    Bartók: Rhapsody #2 for Violin and Orchestra, Sz. 90 [1928, rev. 1944-5]
    Bartók: Rhapsody, op. 1, Sz. 26 [1904]
    Berlioz: Tristia, op. 18 [1852]

    Bliss: Clarinet Quintet [1932]

    +3
    Albéniz: La Vega "Fantaisie espagnole" [1897]
    Anglebert: Pièces de Clavecin [c. 1689]
    Anonymous: Messe de Barcelona [13th cent.]
    Arne: Alfred [1740]
    Arne: Trio Sonatas [1757]

    Bach, C. P. E.: Keyboard Sonatas and Pieces, Wq. 56-61 "Kenner und Liebhaber" [1779-87]
    Bach, Johann Christian: Keyboard Concertos, op. 13 [1777]

    +2
    Adès: Arcadiana [1994]
    Albéniz/Granados: Azulejos [1909]
    Arnold: Fantasy on a Theme of John Field for Piano and Orchestra, op. 116 [1975]
    Arnold: Rinaldo and Armida, op. 49 [1954]
    Bauldeweyn (formerly attrib. Josquin): Missa Da pacem [c. 1509-1513]

    Bolcom: Ghost Rags [1970]
    Bortniansky: Cherubim Song #7 (Cherubic Hymn #7) [early 19th century]
    Boulanger, N.: Vers la vie nouvelle [1917]

    +1
    Adès: Tevot [2007]
    Alkan: Preludes (25), op. 31 [1847]
    Atterberg: Suite #5 for chamber orchestra "Barocco", op. 23 [1923]
    Bach: Cantata #209 "Non sa che sia dolore" [1747?]
    Bach: Harpsichord Concerto #6 in F, BWV 1057 (transcription of BWV 1049)

    Bach: Harpsichord Concerto #7 in G minor, BWV 1058 (transcription of BWV 1041) [c. 1723]
    Boëly: Pieces (12) for organ, op. 18 [1856]
    Bortniansky: Sacred Concertos [1799]
    Bowen: Phantasy Quintet [1932]
    Bowen: Piano Concerto #4 in A minor, op. 88 [1929]

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    Another little mistake in the OP. It should read:

    From each part, we'll move the 30 work(s) that get the absolute most votes all the way up to the 118th tier, and the next 20 of them up to the 119th tier, while the work(s) that get the absolute fewest votes will be demoted to the 121st tier.
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    Anonymous: Codex Faenza [15th century]
    Bach, C. P. E.: Sinfonias, Wq. 182 [1773]

    7
    Adès: Tevot [2007]
    Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 7 [1715]
    Anonymous: Codex Engelberg 314 [14th century]

    6
    Anonymous: Messe de Barcelona [13th cent.]
    Bach, C. P. E.: Keyboard Sonatas and Pieces, Wq. 56-61 "Kenner und Liebhaber" [1779-87]
    Bauldeweyn (formerly attrib. Josquin): Missa Da pacem [c. 1509-1513]
    Berio: Sequenza VIIa for oboe (arranged as VIIb for soprano saxophone) [1969]
    Bortniansky: Cherubim Song #7 (Cherubic Hymn #7) [early 19th century]

    5
    Alkan: Preludes (25), op. 31 [1847]
    Andre: ... als II ... [2000-2001]
    Andre: ... auf ... III [2007]

    Billone: ITI KE MI [1995]
    Bortniansky: Sacred Concertos [1799]
    Boulanger, L: Clairières dans le ciel [1915]

    4
    Anglebert: Pièces de Clavecin [c. 1689]
    Arne: Alfred [1740]
    Bach, Johann Christian: Keyboard Concertos, op. 13 [1777]
    Bartók: Rhapsody #2 for Violin and Orchestra, Sz. 90 [1928, rev. 1944-5]

    Benjamin, G.: Palimpsests [1998-2002]
    Berio: points on the curve to find... [1974]
    Bliss: Meditations on a Theme of John Blow [1955]

    3
    Adams: City Noir [2009]
    Albéniz/Granados: Azulejos [1909]
    Arnold: Fantasy on a Theme of John Field for Piano and Orchestra, op. 116 [1975]
    Bach, W. F.: Harpsichord Concerto in E-minor, F. 43 [1767]

    Barrett, N.: Trade Winds [2006]
    Benjamin, G.: Antara [1987]
    Bliss: Clarinet Quintet [1932]
    Boulanger, L.: Vieille prière bouddhique [1914-17]

    2
    Arne: Trio Sonatas [1757]
    Atterberg: Piano Quintet [1928]
    Bacri: Concerto nostalgico, op. 80/1 "L'automne"
    Bartók: Rhapsody, op. 1, Sz. 26 [1904]
    Beethoven: The Ruins of Athens [1811]

    Berlioz: Tristia, op. 18 [1852]
    Bolcom: Ghost Rags [1970]
    Bolcom: Songs of Innocence & Experience [1982]
    Bowen: Phantasy Quintet [1932]

    1
    Abrahamsen: Märchenbilder [1984]
    Adès: Arcadiana [1994]
    Adès: The Four Quarters, op. 28 [2010]
    Akses: Symphony #5 "Thus spoke Atatürk" (Rhetoric Symphony / Sinfonia rhetorica) [1988]
    Akses: War for Peace--To the memory of Atatürk [1981]

    Albéniz: La Vega "Fantaisie espagnole" [1897]
    Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 10 [1735-6]
    Arnold: Rinaldo and Armida, op. 49 [1954]
    Beppe: Flute Concerto #2, op. 80 [c. 2010]
    Berlioz: La Mort de Cléopâtre [1829]

    Boëly: Pieces (12) for organ, op. 18 [1856]
    Bowen: Piano Trio in E minor [1946]
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    +5:
    Alnæs: Symphony #1, op. 7 [1897-8]
    Andreae: Symphony #1 in F [1900]
    Bliss: Meditations on a Theme of John Blow [1955]

    +4:
    Arnold: Fantasy on a Theme of John Field for Piano and Orchestra, op. 116 [1975]
    Arnold: Symphony #7, op. 113 [1973]
    Atterberg: Horn Concerto in A minor, op. 28 [1926]
    Atterberg: Suite #5 for chamber orchestra "Barocco", op. 23 [1923]

    +3:
    Alwyn: Piano Concerto #2 [1960]
    Andriessen, H.: Ricercare [1949]
    Bainton: Symphony #2 in D minor [1939-40]
    Bainton: Symphony #3 in C minor [1952-56]
    Bate: Symphony #4 [1954-55]

    +2:
    Arnold: Clarinet Concerto #2, op. 115 [1974]
    Arnold: Rinaldo and Armida, op. 49 [1954]
    Bliss: Clarinet Quintet [1932]
    Boulanger, L.: Vieille prière bouddhique [1914-17]
    Bowen: Phantasy Quintet [1932]
    Bowen: Piano Trio in E minor [1946]

    +1:
    Andrée: Piano Trio in #2 G minor [1887]
    Atterberg: Piano Quintet [1928]
    Bach, C. P. E.: Sinfonias, Wq. 182 [1773]
    Bartók: Rhapsody, op. 1, Sz. 26 [1904]
    Beethoven: Adelaide, op. 46 [1795]
    Boulanger, L: Clairières dans le ciel [1915]
    Boulanger, N.: Vers la vie nouvelle [1917]

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    +8

    Bliss: Clarinet Quintet [1932]

    +7

    Andre: ... als II ... [2000-2001]
    Arne: Trio Sonatas [1757]

    +6

    Bainton: Symphony #3 in C minor [1952-56]
    Benjamin, G.: Palimpsests [1998-2002]
    Bowen: Phantasy Quintet [1932]

    +5

    Alwyn: Piano Concerto #2 [1960]
    Arnold: Clarinet Concerto #2, op. 115 [1974]
    Bauldeweyn (formerly attrib. Josquin): Missa Da pacem [c. 1509-1513]
    Berio: Sequenza VIIa for oboe (arranged as VIIb for soprano saxophone) [1969]

    +4

    Akses: War for Peace--To the memory of Atatürk [1981]
    Andreae: Symphony #1 in F [1900]
    Andriessen, H.: Ricercare [1949]
    Bach, W. F.: Harpsichord Concerto in E-minor, F. 43 [1767]
    Bach: Cantata #209 "Non sa che sia dolore" [1747?]

    +3

    Alkan: Preludes (25), op. 31 [1847]
    Alnæs: Symphony #1, op. 7 [1897-8]
    Anglebert: Pièces de Clavecin [c. 1689]

    Anonymous: Codex Faenza [15th century]
    Bacri: Concerto nostalgico, op. 80/1 "L'automne"
    Beppe: Flute Concerto #2, op. 80 [c. 2010]

    +2

    Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 7 [1715]
    Andrée: Piano Trio in #2 G minor [1887]
    Anonymous: Codex Engelberg 314 [14th century]
    Bartók: Rhapsody, op. 1, Sz. 26 [1904]

    Bate: Symphony #4 [1954-55]
    Boëly: Pieces (12) for organ, op. 18 [1856]
    Boulanger, L: Clairières dans le ciel [1915]

    +1

    Albéniz: La Vega "Fantaisie espagnole" [1897]
    Anonymous: Messe de Barcelona [13th cent.]
    Atterberg: Piano Quintet [1928]
    Bach, C. P. E.: Sinfonias, Wq. 182 [1773]

    Beethoven: Romance #2 in F for Violin and Orchestra, op. 50 [1798]
    Billone: ITI KE MI [1995]
    Bolcom: Songs of Innocence & Experience [1982]
    Bortniansky: Cherubim Song #7 (Cherubic Hymn #7) [early 19th century]

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