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What do you feel is the best piece of music ever written?

Discussion in 'classical' started by TheDecameron, Jun 13, 2017.

  1. Yank

    Yank Bulbous Also Tapered

    Chuck Berry - "My Ding A Ling"
     
  2. sean99

    sean99 pfm Member

    I think Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 14 (Moonlight sonata) takes some beating.

    Or this

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  3. Whaleblue

    Whaleblue Box-swapper extraordinaire

    Beethoven’s 9th.
     
  4. Buntobox

    Buntobox Well-Known Member

    Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem. Ethereally beautiful. Karajan's 1964 account would be with me on my desert island.
     
  5. uncl_nigel

    uncl_nigel pfm Member

    Sibelius - Kullervo
    or
    Handel - Messiah
     
  6. eisenach

    eisenach Thüringen

    Thanks for the reminder ! It's a while since I've played these discs. I can't believe how young sounding Kirkby's voice is: I'd forgotten.
     
  7. docstocker

    docstocker pfm Member

    And for me
     
  8. Mynamemynaim

    Mynamemynaim pfm Member

    I'll be having white punks on dope by the tubes at my funeral...need I say more..
     
  9. rdf

    rdf Active Member

    If I have to pick one I'm picking The Rite of Spring, because it still astonishes me every time I hear it.
     
  10. jamjar

    jamjar Active Member

    Stravinsky's Octe Nash - short but a powerful peice of music.
     

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