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    Captain of Water Music Art Rock's Avatar
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    This is of course impossible, but my first reaction was Mahler's Kindertotenlieder.

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    Two works entered my list of favourite works these days.Brahms' 4th symphony and Coriolan Overture by Beethoven

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    Joseph Jongen - Symphonie Concertante for Organ and Orchestra, Op 81

    I heard it live as part of the the Innaugural Organ Concert at the LDS Conference Center (V/131 Schoenstein), Salt Lake City, Utah (US) in June of 2003 with Todd Wilson at the console.
    A real time audio/visual recording of this program was made, and has been aired on PBS-NPR several times, to date, a public release of that stellar performance has noy yet been made available.

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    Excellent piece of music!

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    Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor (BWV 582), J. S. Bach
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    Williams Barber - Adagio For Strings

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    Maybe Dvorák Symphony 9th? Or Hovhaness' 22nd? Tchaikovsky's 4-6th, and Sibelius' 2nd. Some of John Adam's orchestral works. I also enjoy film music from Shostakovitch, Prokofiev, and Jarre. Hard to say, my music preference changes with my mood.

    Erik
    Last edited by ErikinWest; Jul-19-2007 at 22:59.

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    Beethoven's Egmont overture and his Pastorle symphony are the greatest for me

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