#1
Hello. I was at work today youtubing, and decided to youtube some music. Soon, I came across Beethoven. His 9th symphony. And clicked on the second movement. I've heard it before but I never listened. It was one of those pieces that makes you feel every emotion possible, on top of the world, and all time low. Logically, iy's also a very intelligent piece, being a losse fugue.
But anyways, what's your favorite and why?

p.s. I put this in classic rock cause I didn't know where else...
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#2
I could not even fathom picking just one piece of music. I would say Chopin's The Three Nocturnes, The Rite of Spring by Stravinsky, or almost anything by Messian. The Nocturnes just gets you in the feels. The Rite of Spring has a very intense rhythmic section that is awesome. Messian and his modes, awesome sounding chords that you will not get anywhere else.

P.s. I do believe this should be either in the pit, maybe not here though :P
#4
Ahh yes, and anything by Steve Vai of course. Whispering A Prayer
#5
Allegri: Misere

For me it inspires sensation rather than emotion. Something about the repetition is hypnotic.

I wouldn't describe it as "classic rock", though.
#6
Mine would be Search and Destroy by Iggy and the Stooges. The music's very explosive and high-energy, and the lyrics practically describe how I want to live my life. I want that song played at my funeral. "I am the world's forgotten boy. The one who searches and destroys!"
#7
It's impossible to pick only one, but my two favorites are Close to the Edge by Yes and Fade to Black by Metallica, with I've Had Enough by The Who third.
#8
trying not to sound cliche or anything.. but it has to be Four Seasons' Winter by Antonio Vivaldi..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qqe0GdUpJHs
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#9
Cream's "SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE". When I heard that song it changed the way I listened to rock. The bass, the drums and the guitar hit on all cylinders. When I hear that song I'm right back where I was when I first heard it. Music truly is a Time Machine.