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a #547806 02/18/04 11:06 PM
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"My atheism, like that of Spinoza, is true piety towards the universe and denies only gods fashioned by men in their own image, to be servants of their human interests." - Santayana
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Re: a #547807 02/18/04 11:47 PM
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Well, why not?

1) Alkan
2) Liszt
3) Scriabin
4) Bach
5) Schubert

Usually, Faure and/or Saint-Saens make their way on that list but I just haven't been in a French mood lately, save for Alkan of course.

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Albeniz
Brahms
Mozart
Bach
Shostakovich


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1)Bach
2)Ravel
3)Debussy
4)Mozart
5)Scriabin

Re: a #547810 02/19/04 03:37 AM
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1)Mozart
2)Chopin
3)Beethoven
4)Debussy
5)others!

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1) Beethoven
2) Brahms
3) Mozart
4) Chopin
5) Debussy

Re: a #547812 02/19/04 08:12 AM
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1) Bach
2) Chopin
3) Debussy
4) Beethoven
5) Rachmaninoff

Re: a #547813 02/19/04 09:29 AM
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Today it's:

- Puccini
- Mendelssohn
- Wagner
- Schubert
- Haydn

Re: a #547814 02/19/04 09:43 AM
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Beethoven
Bach
Chopin
Scarlatti
Mozart


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- Ligeti
- Henze
- Varèse
- Mahler
- Prokofiev


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Chopin
Liszt
Rachmaninoff
Schumann
Mozart




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Harry Freedman on the craft of composing
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1)Beethoven
2)Chopin
3)Schubert
4)Scarlatti
5)Mozart

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1)Mozart
2)Liszt
3)Bach
4)Scarlatti
5)Chopin


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1)Bach
2)Beethoven
3)Debussy
4)Mozart
5)Ligeti

Re: a #547820 02/19/04 04:37 PM
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Well, I assume this is for piano, accordingly, and in alphabetical order:

Bach
Beethoven
Brahms
Chopin
Schubert

Best,

Steve O.

Re: a #547821 02/19/04 05:01 PM
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I am not assuming this is just for piano, hence...

1. Bach
2. Howells
3. Bartok
4. Tallis
5. Allegri


David


"After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music." - Aldous Huxley
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No order:

Bach
Liszt
Prokofiev
Beethoven
Mozart

if I could have one or two more...

Schubert
Debussy
Wagner
Shostakovich
Scriabin
Byrd

and a favourite put down of classical snobs

John Williams

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Brahms
Bach
Scarlatti
Schubert
Rachmaninoff


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-Glenn Gould
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1) Chopin
2) Liszt
3) Mozart
4) Beethoven
5) Satie
zorro


"I love Beethoven, especially the poems."
Ringo Starr
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1. Ravel
2. Chopin
3. Scriabin
4. Ligeti
5. Liszt

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