Fave "classical" composer

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  1. vinceneilsgirl

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    Mine is Franz Liszt
     
  2. BlackBillBlake

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  3. seamonster66

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    Probably Shostakovich or another Russian
     
  4. NEMISIS

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    Holst - The planets, (Mars, the bringer of war)
     
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    My sentiment, exactly.
     
  7. seamonster66

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    Must be that we were born at the same hospital...Stravinsky was the other one i was thinking of.
     
  8. Spiral Sea

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    La Gazza Ladra by Rossini is my favorite piece of clasical music so he gets my vote.

    his overtures for Guillaume Tell and Il Barbiere Di Siviglia rock as well :H
     
  9. John221

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    It's really hard to choose just one!

    But composers who I particuarly love include Mendelssohn, Chopin and Beethoven.
     
  10. Ole_Goat

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    Depends on my preference of the moment. Usually Beethoven, Bach, Mozart, Franz Joseph Hayden.
    Generally speaking, if they're German and dead, then I'll probably listen to them. Guess I'm a little wierd like that.
     
  11. gnombient

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    Depends on the era and my mood. Excluding post-WWII composers, J.S. Bach, Chopin, Bartok and Debussy are probably my favorites.
     
  12. Epiphany

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    Exactly... I do not have a favorite, persay. Each one brings something to the table.
     
  13. Jaan

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    Russians, like Stravinsky are great.
     

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