....So, what would be yours?
Great topic, Thrac! (And I guess some props should go to Tommasini too.)
I have to pick two....
The first won't be any surprise to some of our members, because I've mentioned it about a thousand times, including in a thread of its own
: Chopin 4th Ballade, measures 175-176 -- the two measures with the fancy slightly-hidden cross rhythms....At 19:00 on here
(sorry for the narcissistic link
but those measures are not too bad in an otherwise pretty crappy performance).
The other is from the end of Schubert's E-flat major Trio, and sort of echoes and expands on one of the examples given by DameMyra in the little A major Sonata. The tragic and beautiful theme of the slow movement had entered the movement previously -- a great moment in itself -- and again appears in the final recap.....and then at the end, it is topped off by a glorious modulation to the major, at 12:09 on here
If it had boobs and stuff, THEN I'd watch it.
Funny that you said that, because the Schubert link that I just gave sort of has boobs and stuff. Why, I have no idea.