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Since a few years, I have been on a 'listen to the entire collection' kick and I use a non-repeating random algorithm to help me choose a few candidates from which I make my play choice. So, I don't have a Top 40.

In years past, mostly LP era, I used to listen to Schoenberg and Stockhausen and Xenakis and Varèse and the gang lots, so those are still likely the ones I have actually heard the most.
 

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My actual music selection is based on several factors, none of which is: What are my favorite pieces of music.

But, if I did make a list like that, it would probably go something like this (in chronological order, not order of liking - would take too long):

Monteverdi: L'Orfeo Act One
Monteverdi: Fifth Book of Madrigals
Bach: Violin Concerto in A minor
Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No 3
Handel: Water Music
Vivaldi: 4 Seasons
Vivaldi: Mandolin Concerto
Haydn: Symphony No. 93
Haydn: Symphony No 96
Haydn: Symphony No. 102
Hummel: Trumpet Concerto
Mozart: Symphony No 39
Mozart: Clairnet Concerto
Mozart: The Magic Flute Acts 1 & 2
Beethoven: Coriolan Overture
Beethoven: Egmont Overture
Beethoven: Symphony No 2
Beethoven: Symphony No 7
Beethoven: Symphony No 9
Schubert: Symphony No 5
Schubert: Symphony No 6
Mendelssohn: Symphony No 3
Mendelssohn: Hebrides Overture
Schumann: Fantasy in C
Schumann: Piano Sonata No 2
Schumann: Myrthen
Schumann: Piano Quartet
Schumann: Piano Quintet
Schumann: Manfred Overture
Schumann: Genoveva Overture
Schumann: Symphony No 2
Chopin: Piano Concerto No 1
Brahms: Op 10 Ballades
Brahms: Piano Concerto No 1
Brahms: Piano Concerto No 2
Brahms: Symphony No 3
Brahms: Symphony No 4
Brahms: "Haydn" Variations
Brahms: Alto Rhapsody
Brahms: German Requiem


I give up - that's forty and I'm not even out of the 19th century yet - Probably another 70 or 80 to go till I got to the late 20th century
 

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1. J.S. Bach WTC Book One

2. J.S. Bach WTC Book Two

3. Ives Concord Piano Sonata

4. Brahms Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel

5. Mahler Symphony No. 8

6. Schönberg Piano Concerto

7. Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 3

8. Bartok Piano Concerto No. 2

9. Bartok Violin Concerto No. 2

10. Sibelius Violin Concerto

11. Sibelius Symphony No. 7

12. Ives Symphony No. 3

13. Copland Appalachian Spring

14. Copland Sextet for Piano, Clarinet and String Quartet

15. Copland Piano Variations

16. Bernstein Facsimile

17. Schuman Symphony No. 4

18. Schuman Symphony No. 6

19. Schuman Symphony No. 8

20. Schuman Symphony No 10

21. Persichetti Piano Sonata No. 10

22. Persichetti Piano Sonata No. 4

23. Handel Giulio Cesare

24. Bach Mass in B minor

25. Haydn The Creation

26. Haydn Symphony No. 102

27. Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21

28. Mozart Piano Concerto No. 23

29. Mozart Violin Concerto No. 4

30. Mozart Great C minor Mass

31. Schumann Symphonic Etudes

32. Schumann Symphony No. 2

33. Dvorak String Sextet

34. Dvorak Cello Concerto

35. Brahms Symphony No. 4

36. Bartok String Quartet No. 3

37. Bartok String Quartet No. 4

38. Mozart G minor Piano Quartet

39. Mozart String Quintet in G minor

40. Mozart E Flat Major Piano Quartet
 

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No particular order.

1. Wagner - Tristan und Isolde (yeah, I know...BIG surprise)

2. Mahler - Symphony No. 6

3. Bach - B minor mass

4. Szymanowski - Symphony No. 3

5. Bartok - Concerto for Orchestra

6. Debussy - La mer

7. Beethoven - Symphony No. 6

8. Mozart - Symphony No. 40

9. Schubert - "Death and the Maiden" String Quartet

10. Sibelius - Symphony No. 6

11. Sibelius - Symphony No. 4

12. Wagner - Der Ring des Nibelungen

13. Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 6

14. Ligeti - Violin Concerto

15. Stravinsky - Petrushka

16. Stravinsky - Rite of Spring

17. Gorecki - Symphony No. 3

18. Part - Te Deum

19. Berg - Violin Concerto

20. Vaughan Williams - Symphony No. 2

21. Vaughan Williams - Symphony No. 5

22. Lutoslawski - Concerto for Orchestra

23. Dvorak - Stabat Mater

24. Bach - Well-Tempered Clavier

25. Barber - Violin Concerto

26. Barber - Second Essay for Orchestra

27. Mahler - Symphony No. 9

28. Richard Strauss - Four Last Songs

29. Poulenc - Stabat Mater

30. Honegger - Symphony No. 3

31. Chopin - Nocturnes

32. Brahms - Double Concerto

33. Bach - Goldberg Variations

34. Schoenberg - Erwartung

35. Mahler - Symphony No. 4

36. Britten - War Requiem

37. Bach - Brandenburg Concertos

38. Elgar - Cello Concerto

39. Lutoslawski - Symphony No. 3

40. Bach - St. Matthew Passion
 

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In no particular order:

1. Sibelius: Symphony 2
2. Sibelius: Symphony 5
3. Elgar: Enigma Variations
4. Faure: Requiem
5. Prokofiev: Piano Concerto 1
6. Prokofiev: Piano Concerto 2
7. Prokofiev: Piano Sonata 4
8. Prokofiev: Piano Sonata 7
9. Prokofiev: Symphony 6
10. Prokofiev: Symphony 5
11. Messiaen: Quartet for the End of Time
12. Adams: Harmonielehre
13. Adams: Nixon in China
14. Adams: Chairman Dances
15. Schubert: Winterreise
16. Beethoven: Symphony 7
17. Beethoven: Piano Sonata 18
19. Mozart: Piano Concerto 23
20. Brahms: Symphony 3
21. Brahms: Symphony 4
22. Dvorak: Symphony 9
23. Dvorak: Piano Quintet in A
24. Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra
25. Bartok: Miraculous Mandarin
26. Debussy: Suite Bergamasque
27. Debussy: Three Nocturnes
28. Stravinsky: Rite of Spring
29. Barber: Symphony 1
30. Barber: Violin Concerto
31. Barber: Knoxville
32. Hindemith: Konzertmusik for Brass and Strings
33. Hindemith: Trumpet Sonata
34. Schuman: Symphony 3
35. Harris: Symphony 3
36. Shostakovich: Violin Concerto 1
37. Shostakovich: String Quartet 7
38. Rzewski: El Pueblo Unido
39. Maxwell Davies: Strathclyde Concerto 9
40. Puccini: Tosca
 

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4. Brahms Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel

12. Ives Symphony No. 3

14. Copland Sextet for Piano, Clarinet and String Quartet

15. Copland Piano Variations

16. Bernstein Facsimile

17. Schuman Symphony No. 4

18. Schuman Symphony No. 6

19. Schuman Symphony No. 8

20. Schuman Symphony No 10

21. Persichetti Piano Sonata No. 10

22. Persichetti Piano Sonata No. 4
I haven't heard any of these! Which of the Schuman (William) Symphonies do you like the best? Tell me about those Persichetti pieces.
 
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My iTunes playcounts are all out of whack, but based on last.fm, here are some of the works that have received the most plays from me in the last six months:

Ashley: Automatic Writing
Britten: A Ceremony Of Carols
Cage: Some Of "The Harmony Of Maine"
Cage: String Quartet In Four Parts
Carter: A Symphony Of Three Orchestras
Debussy: Jeux
Debussy: Sonata For Flute, Viola And Harp
Gesualdo: Quinto Libro Di Madrigali
Haas: Guitar Quartet
Haas: Traum In Des Sommers Nacht
Lopez: La Selva
Lucier: I Am Sitting In A Room
Maderna: String Quartet In Due Tempi
Saariaho: Nymphea
Takemitsu: From Me Flows What You Call Time

However, I've spent much of the last 6 months on little projects like listening to huge chunks of my iPod, so I've gone a little wider rather than deeper. So anything on this list has really only been played 3-5 times in the last 6 months...
 

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In vaguely chronological order:

  1. Purcell - Funeral Music for Queen Mary
  2. Bach - WTC 1
  3. Bach - WTC 2
  4. Bach - French Suites
  5. Bach - Orchestral Suite No. 3
  6. Bach - Mass in B Minor
  7. Handel - Messiah
  8. Haydn - Symphony No. 45 "Farewell"
  9. Mozart - Symphony No. 40
  10. Mozart - Requiem in D Minor
  11. Mozart - Marriage of Figaro
  12. Mozart - Magic Flute
  13. Beethoven - Symphony No. 5
  14. Beethoven - Symphony No. 7
  15. Beethoven - Symphony No. 9
  16. Beethoven - "Moonlight" Sonata
  17. Beethoven - "Pathetique" Sonata
  18. Beethoven - Piano Concerto No.5
  19. Paganini - Violin Concerto No. 2
  20. Schubert - "Trout" Quintet
  21. Schubert - Erlkonig
  22. Schubert - Die Forelle
  23. Grieg - Peer Gynt
  24. Dvorak - "American" Quartet
  25. Mahler - Symphony No.5
  26. Elgar - Cello Concerto
  27. Elgar - "Enigma" Variations
  28. Saint-Saens - Danse Macabre
  29. Saint-Saens - Carnival of the Animals
  30. Stravinsky - Rite of Spring
  31. Holst - The Planets
  32. VW - Tallis Fantasy
  33. VW - Sea Symphony
  34. Britten - Peter Grimes
  35. Schoenberg - Three Piano Pieces
  36. Schnittke - Viola Concerto
  37. Schnittke - Concerto Grosso No. 1
  38. Ligeti - Requiem
  39. Penderecki - Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima
  40. Adès - Concentric Paths
 

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top 40 most played of my iTunes library

Nyman: Water Dances
Whittington: Music for Airport Furniture
Nyman: The Draughtsman's Contract
Cage: Haiku
Nyman: A Zed and Two Noughts
Haydn: String Quartet Op. 20
Nyman: Poczatek
Cage: String Quartet in Four Parts
Beardsley: November Test Pattern
Cold Blue 2
Budd: Music for Three Pianos
Cage: Melodies & Harmonies
Young: On Remembering A Naiad
Cage: Fourteen
Cage: Ten
Budd: The Pavilion of Dreams
Cage: Four
Rihm: String Quartet No. 3
Skempton: Tendrils
Hindemith: String Quartet No. 2
Garland: String Quartet No. 1
Ives: String Quartet No. 1
Haydn: Trio for 2 violins & cello in B minor, H. 5/3
Haydn: Trio for 2 violins & cello in D major, H. 5/21
Beethoven: String Quintet in E flat major Op. 4
Cage: Etudes Australes
Cage: Freeman Etudes
Cage: Two4
Gann: Long Night
Nyman: Michael Nyman
Diamond: String Quartet No. 3
Haydn: String Quartet Op. 50
Cage: Music Walk
Nyman: String Quartet No. 2
Cage: Seven
Cage: Three2
Haydn: Trio for 2 violins & cello in E flat major, H. 5/4
McEwen: String Quartet No. 16
Cage: Music of Changes
Benary: Aural Shoehorning

These were played 9 times or more. Probably I listened to more Beethoven before I started using iTunes.
 

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top 40 most played of my iTunes library

Nyman: Water Dances
Whittington: Music for Airport Furniture
Nyman: The Draughtsman's Contract
Cage: Haiku
Nyman: A Zed and Two Noughts
Haydn: String Quartet Op. 20
Nyman: Poczatek
Cage: String Quartet in Four Parts
Beardsley: November Test Pattern
Cold Blue 2
Budd: Music for Three Pianos
Cage: Melodies & Harmonies
Young: On Remembering A Naiad
Cage: Fourteen
Cage: Ten
Budd: The Pavilion of Dreams
Cage: Four
Rihm: String Quartet No. 3
Skempton: Tendrils
Hindemith: String Quartet No. 2
Garland: String Quartet No. 1
Ives: String Quartet No. 1
Haydn: Trio for 2 violins & cello in B minor, H. 5/3
Haydn: Trio for 2 violins & cello in D major, H. 5/21
Beethoven: String Quintet in E flat major Op. 4
Cage: Etudes Australes
Cage: Freeman Etudes
Cage: Two4
Gann: Long Night
Nyman: Michael Nyman
Diamond: String Quartet No. 3
Haydn: String Quartet Op. 50
Cage: Music Walk
Nyman: String Quartet No. 2
Cage: Seven
Cage: Three2
Haydn: Trio for 2 violins & cello in E flat major, H. 5/4
McEwen: String Quartet No. 16
Cage: Music of Changes
Benary: Aural Shoehorning

These were played 9 times or more. Probably I listened to more Beethoven before I started using iTunes.
I don't think I know even 1 piece of music from your entire list!!! Very interesting list! I will check out some of those titles.
 

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In vaguely chronological order:

  1. Purcell - Funeral Music for Queen Mary
  2. Bach - WTC 1
  3. Bach - WTC 2
  4. Bach - French Suites
  5. Bach - Orchestral Suite No. 3
  6. Bach - Mass in B Minor
  7. Handel - Messiah
  8. Haydn - Symphony No. 45 "Farewell"
  9. Mozart - Symphony No. 40
  10. Mozart - Requiem in D Minor
  11. Mozart - Marriage of Figaro
  12. Mozart - Magic Flute
  13. Beethoven - Symphony No. 5
  14. Beethoven - Symphony No. 7
  15. Beethoven - Symphony No. 9
  16. Beethoven - "Moonlight" Sonata
  17. Beethoven - "Pathetique" Sonata
  18. Beethoven - Piano Concerto No.5
  19. Paganini - Violin Concerto No. 2
  20. Schubert - "Trout" Quintet
  21. Schubert - Erlkonig
  22. Schubert - Die Forelle
  23. Grieg - Peer Gynt
  24. Dvorak - "American" Quartet
  25. Mahler - Symphony No.5
  26. Elgar - Cello Concerto
  27. Elgar - "Enigma" Variations
  28. Saint-Saens - Danse Macabre
  29. Saint-Saens - Carnival of the Animals
  30. Stravinsky - Rite of Spring
  31. Holst - The Planets
  32. VW - Tallis Fantasy
  33. VW - Sea Symphony
  34. Britten - Peter Grimes
  35. Schoenberg - Three Piano Pieces
  36. Schnittke - Viola Concerto
  37. Schnittke - Concerto Grosso No. 1
  38. Ligeti - Requiem
  39. Penderecki - Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima
  40. Adès - Concentric Paths
A good question; here's my answer. I'll try the vaguely chronological order.

1. J.S.B.: Toccatas (performed by Glen Gould)
2. J.S.B.: WTC Ⅰ (Because I did not listen to the 2nd cycle sufficiently.)
3. J.S.B.: Cantata #80
4. Händel: Messiah
5. Haydn: Symphony #92 in G major "Oxford"
6. Haydn: Symphony #101 in D major "the Clock"
7. Haydn: Symphony #104 in D major "London"
8. Mozart: Piano Sonata #12 in F major
9. Mozart: Piano Concerto #24 in C minor
10. Mozart: Piano Concerto #25 in C major
11. Mozart: Gross Mass in C minor
12. Mozart: String Quintet #5 in D major
13. Mozart: Symphony #41 "Jupiter" (Only the fugue is enough to list up.)
14. Mozart: Eine Cline Gigue
15. Mozart: Requiem in D minor
16. Beethoven: Piano Sonata #21 in C major "Waldstein"
17. Beethoven: Piano Sonata #23 in F minor "Appassionata"
18. Beethoven: Piano Concerto #1 in C major
19. Beethoven: Symphony #7 in A major
20. Beethoven: Bagatelle op.126
21. Schubert: Symphony #7 in C major "the Great"
22. Schubert: String Quartet #15 in G major (Here I am associated with Anton B. with its beginning.)
23. Schumann: Symphony #2 in C major
24. Schumann: Symphonic Etudes
25. Berlioz: The Symphony Fantastique op.14
26. Mendelssohn: The Mid-Summer Night's Dream
27. Mendelssohn: Symphony #3 in A minor "the Scottish"
28. Mendelssohn: Oratorio "Elliah" (Only the finale of the 1st part is enough.)
29. Brahms: Symphony #4 in E minor
30. Brahms: Piano Concerto #2 in B flat major
31. Tchaikovsky: Symphony #5 in E minor
32. Wagner: the Overture of Tannhäuser
33. Wagner: the Prelude of the 1st act of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
34. Bruckner: Symphony #7 in E major
35. Mahler: Symphony #6
36. Mahler: Symphony #8 (Only its 1st part is enough to listen to. I wish you to listen to Solti CSO's recording.)
37. Saint Saens: Piano Concerto #4
38. Ravel: Piano Concerto in G major
39. Bartok: The Concerto for the Orchestra
40. Ives: Symphony #4

40 is very rigid. Now I've finished my selection 40 and feel something like that.
 

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I shall post them in lots of ten.

Standard essentials (not in any particular order)

1. Bach, Brandenburg Concertos
2. Handel, opus 6 concerti grossi
3. Handel, Messiah
4. Bach, Mass in B Minor
5. Mozart, Don Giovanni
6. Mozart, Piano concerto no.20
7. Mozart, Clarinet concerto
8. Haydn, The Creation
9. Haydn, Symphony no.104 "London"
10. Beethoven, Symphony no.6 "Pastoral"

Shall post the next ten soon. Stay tune to ArtMusic's exciting next top ten standard essentials. :)
 

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Shall post the next ten soon. Stay tune to ArtMusic's exciting next top ten standard essentials. :)
The OP isn't asking for what you consider the standard or essential repertoire, its asking for what you actually play the most.

For example: I listen to Bach's Trio Sonatas for organ more often than the Saint Matthew Passion, much as I love that work and though its more "essential".
 

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A good question; here's my answer. I'll try the vaguely chronological order.

1. J.S.B.: Toccatas (performed by Glen Gould)
2. J.S.B.: WTC Ⅰ (Because I did not listen to the 2nd cycle sufficiently.)
3. J.S.B.: Cantata #80
4. Händel: Messiah
5. Haydn: Symphony #92 in G major "Oxford"
6. Haydn: Symphony #101 in D major "the Clock"
7. Haydn: Symphony #104 in D major "London"
8. Mozart: Piano Sonata #12 in F major
9. Mozart: Piano Concerto #24 in C minor
10. Mozart: Piano Concerto #25 in C major
11. Mozart: Gross Mass in C minor
12. Mozart: String Quintet #5 in D major
13. Mozart: Symphony #41 "Jupiter" (Only the fugue is enough to list up.)
14. Mozart: Eine Cline Gigue
15. Mozart: Requiem in D minor
16. Beethoven: Piano Sonata #21 in C major "Waldstein"
17. Beethoven: Piano Sonata #23 in F minor "Appassionata"
18. Beethoven: Piano Concerto #1 in C major
19. Beethoven: Symphony #7 in A major
20. Beethoven: Bagatelle op.126
21. Schubert: Symphony #7 in C major "the Great"
22. Schubert: String Quartet #15 in G major (Here I am associated with Anton B. with its beginning.)
23. Schumann: Symphony #2 in C major
24. Schumann: Symphonic Etudes
25. Berlioz: The Symphony Fantastique op.14
26. Mendelssohn: The Mid-Summer Night's Dream
27. Mendelssohn: Symphony #3 in A minor "the Scottish"
28. Mendelssohn: Oratorio "Elliah" (Only the finale of the 1st part is enough.)
29. Brahms: Symphony #4 in E minor
30. Brahms: Piano Concerto #2 in B flat major
31. Tchaikovsky: Symphony #5 in E minor
32. Wagner: the Overture of Tannhäuser
33. Wagner: the Prelude of the 1st act of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
34. Bruckner: Symphony #7 in E major
35. Mahler: Symphony #6
36. Mahler: Symphony #8 (Only its 1st part is enough to listen to. I wish you to listen to Solti CSO's recording.)
37. Saint Saens: Piano Concerto #4
38. Ravel: Piano Concerto in G major
39. Bartok: The Concerto for the Orchestra
40. Ives: Symphony #4

40 is very rigid. Now I've finished my selection 40 and feel something like that.
Around where I was running through the 30th, I felt I had selected too many pieces of work of the classicism age. Here, if permitted, I'd like to add 10 more pieces of work by all means. To put aside the pieces of work should be done after all.

Here are those I'd like to add to my list.

41. Verdi: Requiem
42. Faure: Requiem
43. Prokofiev: Ballet music of Romio and Julliet
44. Stravinsky: The Firebird
45. Stravinsky: Psalm Symphony
46. Debussy: String Quartet op.10
47. Copland: Appalachian Spring
48. Holst: The Planets
49. Bartok: Piano Concerto #3
50. Shostakovich: Symphony #5 in D minor op.47
 

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For example: I listen to Bach's Trio Sonatas for organ more often than the Saint Matthew Passion, much as I love that work and though its more "essential".
That's good for you, and I am happy you might consider that way. But for me, essential is in practice synonymous with listening to it often. Pure and simple. Here are my next ten essential standard listening. As I said, it's ArtMusic's list of the top 40,

11. Handel, Giulio Cesare in Egitto
12. Handel, Acis & Galatea
13. Bach, Goldberg Variations
14. Bach, Christmas Oratorio
15. Mozart, Figaro
16. Mozart, La Clemenza di Titto
17. Beethoven, Symphony no.9
18. Beethoven, Piano Concerto no.5
19. Haydn, Symphony no.100
20. Haydn, The Seasons
 

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That's good for you, and I am happy you might consider that way. But for me, essential is in practice synonymous with listening to it often. Pure and simple. Here are my next ten essential standard listening. As I said, it's ArtMusic's list of the top 40,
And yet this is not a reflection of your Current Listening posts.

Everyone already knows what a list of the bog-standard repertoire looks like. The OP assumes, correctly I think, that peoples actual most played will suggest more hidden gems and reflections of one's individual personality.

Whatever.
 

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This is what it would roughly look like for me. Heavily skewered by the first years, when my CD collection was small and hence each got played very often. Some of these have remained perennial favourites (like Bach [except t&f], Mahler, Brahms and Gorecki), others not so much.

Bach - Cello suites
Bach - Matthew Passion
Bach - Toccata and fugue BWV565
Barber - Knoxville summer of 1915
Beethoven - Symphony 5
Beethoven - Symphony 6
Berlioz - Sinfonie fantastique
Brahms - Clarinet quintet
Brahms - Ein Deutsches Requiem
Brahms - Violin concerto
Brahms - Symphony 1
Brahms - Symphony 2
Brahms - Symphony 3
Brahms - Symphony 4
Bruch - Violin concerto 1
Chopin - Nocturnes
Dvorak - Symphony 9
Faure - Requiem
Gorecki - Symphony 3
Grieg - Peer Gynt suites
Mahler - Das Lied von der Erde
Mahler - Kindertotenlieder
Mahler - Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
Mahler - Ruckertlieder
Mahler - Symphony 4
Mendelssohn - Violin concerto
Mozart - Clarinet concerto
Mozart - Piano concerto 20
Mozart - Piano concerto 21
Mussorgsky - Pictures at an exhibition
Orff - Carmina Burana
Ravel - Bolero
Rimsky Korsakov - Sheherazade
Saint Saens - Symphony 3
Schubert - Symphony 8
Schubert - Winterreise
Sibelius - Finlandia
Smetana - Moldau
Stravinsky - Le sacre du printemps
Tchaikovsky - Violin concerto
 
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