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- Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op.8, RV.315, "L'estate" III.

(Four Seasons: Summer) by Antonio Vivaldi (This whole concerto
is good obviously, but this movement in summer is my
absolute favorite. A lot of people like Spring and Autumn

- Radetzky March Op.228 by Johann Strauss Sr. (It was shocking

when I knew you hadnt heard that when I stayed over at your
house last time..)

- The Blue Danube Op.314 by Johann Strauss II (You better know

this one. You better. Its UNFORGIVABLE to not know this.)

- Brandenburg Concerto No.1 III. Allegro by Johann Sebastian Bach

(God I hope you know this one. Dont tell me if you dont. Ill
refuse to talk about classical music in front of you anymore)

- Cantata BMV.147 Jesu, Joy of Mans Desiring by Johann Sebastian


- Orchestral Suite No.2 in B major BMV.1068 Air on the G string by

Johann Sebastian Bach

- Orchestral Suite No.3 in D major BMV.1068 Air on the G string by

Johann Sebastian Bach

- Toccata and Fugue in D minor by Johann Sebastian Bach (Organ

is THE BEST. This is possibly the most famous piece by Bach)

- Symphony No.35 in D major K.385 I. Allegro con spirito & IV.

Presto By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (These two movements are
both really famous)

- Symphony No.40 in G minor K.550 I. Molto Allegro by Wolfgang

Amadeus Mozart (conducted by Karl Bohm) (I can listen to this
for like 10 times in a roll and not get tired of it.)

- Clarinet Concerto in A major K.662 II. Adagio Wolfgang Amadeus


- Piano Concerto No.21 K.467 II. Andante in F Major by Wolfgang

Amadeus Mozart
- Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Serenade No.13 for Strings in G Major)
K.525 (Listen to the whole piece not just the first movement ok?)

- Piano Sonata No.14 "Moonlight" 3rd movement by Ludwig Van

Beethoven (performed Daniel Barenboim) (Im afraid that one
day Im going to hate it because I play it too much.)

- Symphony No.9 in D minor Op.125 Ode to Joy by Ludwig Van

Beethoven (Of course its going to be on here, what do you
expect? In terms of Beethovens symphonies, you can also go
with No.5 and No.7. Beethovens symphony are all really famous.
But listen to Karajan and Vienna Philharmonics version, ok?)

- tudes Op.10 No.12 in C minor "Revolutionary" by Frdric


- tudes Op.10 No.3 in C minor "Tristesse" by Frdric Chopin

(These two are my favorites probably because neither of these
are really easy to play. No.5 in this set of etudes is also pretty
audience friendly.)

- La Campanella by Franz Liszt (God I wish I can play this.)

- Liebestraum by Franz Liszt (Duh)

- Hungarian Rhapsody by Franz Liszt (You know I really debated if I

should put this in the list, because its too famous, but I figured
you probably wont mind. And hey, its that famous for a reason,

- Arabesque No.1 by Claude Debussy

- Clair de Lune by Claude Debussy (Hmmmm, I dont know. It

just reminds me of someone and midnight phone calls in

- La fille aux Cheveux de Lin by Claude Debussy

- Pavane pour une Infante Defunte (Pavane for a Dead Princess) by

Maurice Ravel (Its a really sad piece.)

- Sonatine No.1 I.Modr by Maurice Ravel

- Gymnopedie No.1 by Erik Satie (I still need to put it in even
though you know I love this piece)

- Symphony No.9 "From The New World" by Antonin Dvorak

(performed by Vienna Philharmonic, conducted by Hebert von
Karajan) (One of my favorite symphonies. This version is by far
the best. Karajan is Karajan for a reason, and you just cant go
wrong with Vienna Philharmonic.)

- Piano Concerto No.1 in B-flat major, Op.23 I. Allegro non troppo

by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Omg this piece is BEAUTIFUL)

- Overture; Sugar Plum Fairies; Waltz of the Flower from The

Nutcracker Op.71 by Tchaikovsky (Yay, Nutcracker!!! )

- Valse in A Major from Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky