|Elgar - Cello Concerto|
Schubert - Death and the Maiden
Handel - Op 6 concertos
Beethoven - late string quartets + Symph 5,6,9
Bach - sonatas and partitas for violin and the solo cello concertos
Brahms - piano concertos
Arvo Part all of it
oh i dunno loads more hard to narrow it down really as you dont give many clues ;)
|um henryk górecki, arvo pärt, antonin dvorak, thats all i got|
|how about russians|
|the way that lot are going we'll all be forced to listen to russians soon|
|Rachmaninoff, Debussy, Chopin and Liszt should satisfy your piano desires. Gershwin and Copland have got some great "contemporary" stuff.|
A good starting point in general may be Dvorak's 9th, as ffs mentioned.
|Hector Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique, |
Antonin Dvorak - New World Symphony,
If you're in the mood for highly diverse and romantic pieces.
to make your life easy
|Jakob Ullmann - Fremde Zeit Addendum|
|Damn I was gonna say Chopin|
|J0ck, you have the worst username on the website|
I have numbers at the end of mine and it's still better than yours. log off.
|Tchaikovsky's Symphony #6|
|Olafur Arnalds - And They Have Escaped the Weight of Darkness|
|These are some essentials, in my opinion.|
Modest Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition suite and Night on Bald Mountain
Igor Stravinsky's ballets The Rite of Spring & Petrushka
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's symphonic poem Sheherazade
Jean Sibelius' Karelia Suite, Lemminkäinen Suite (which includes The Swan of Tuonela) and Symphony No. 4 in A minor
Edvard Grieg's Four Norwegian Dances for piano four hands and his Peer Gynt, Sigurd Jorsalfar and Lyric suites.
Ottorino Respighi's The Birds, Pines of Rome and Fountains of Rome.
|super excellent recs so far, ty all|
|Mozart - Clarinet Concerto|
Dvorak - Symphony #9 in E Minor Op. 95
Arvo Part - Tabula Rasa
Tchiakovsky - Symphony #6
Nachtreich - Sturmgang
|something a bit more modern|
Toby Driver - In the L..L..Library Loft