the 117th tier, half 1 – to Nov 24

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The works on the 117th tier of the Speak Classical group’s favourite and most extremely really useful works are at present the fortieth percentile, which means that we have really useful 60% of the 6567 works on our checklist extra strongly than them. However we’ll choose some to suggest a bit of kind of strongly:

This tier at present has 253 works, so I’ve divided it into 4 components of 63 or 64 works. From every half, we’ll transfer the ten work(s) that get absolutely the most votes all the way in which as much as the a hundred and fifteenth tier, and the following 30 of them as much as the 116th tier, whereas the work(s) that get absolutely the fewest votes shall be demoted to the 118th tier.

All of the works will be capable of transfer once more after we vote on the tiers they land on.

Every participant will get:

+1 votes: as many as you need
+2 votes: as much as 9 — however you have to have extra +1 votes than +2 votes
+3 votes: as much as eight — however you have to have extra +2 votes than +3 votes
+4 votes: as much as seven — however you have to have extra +3 votes than +4 votes
+5 votes: as much as six — however you have to have extra +4 votes than +5 votes
+6 votes: as much as 5 — however you have to have extra +5 votes than +6 votes
+7 votes: as much as 4 — however you have to have extra +6 votes than +7 votes
+8 votes: as much as three — however you have to have extra +8 votes than +9 votes
+9 votes: as much as two — however you have to have extra +8 votes than +9 votes
+10 votes: as much as one — however you have to have extra +9 votes than +10 votes

I do know that on a tier this deep, some and even many of the works should be unfamiliar, however I hope all of us have time to strive a number of new ones, possibly even some works of a form that we don’t ordinarily hearken to. You don’t have to make use of your entire votes or hearken to all the works — simply tell us which of them you’d wish to suggest most strongly.

Voting on this thread will shut 7 days from the timestamp of this put up, although if I’m late to shut it you’ll be able to nonetheless vote till I announce that it is closed.

I’ll tally the votes on a Google sheet.

Have enjoyable! Additionally, please be thoughtful! Somebody, hopefully, shall be influenced by our choices!

Listed below are the eligible works for this thread:

Adams: Dr. Atomic [2005]
Adams: Lollapalooza [1995]
Aho: Symphony #9 for trombone and orchestra [1994]
Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 10 [1735-6]
Albinoni: Concerti a Cinque, op. 7 [1715]
Alnar: Cello Concerto [1943]
Andre: … als II … [2000-2001]
Andreae: Symphony #1 in F [1900]
Anglebert: Pièces de Clavecin [c. 1689]
Nameless: Codex Faenza [15th century]
Nameless: Messe de Barcelona [13th cent.]
Atterberg: Piano Quintet in C, op. 31 [1928]
Atterberg: Symphony #7, op. 45 «Sinfonia Romantica» [1942]
Auber: Les diamants de la couronne (The Crown Diamonds) [1841]
Bach, Johann Christian: Keyboard Concertos, op. 13 [1777]
Bach, W. F.: Harpsichord Concerto in E-minor, F. 43 [1767]
Bach: Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, BWV 225 [probably c. 1727]
Bartók: Rhapsody #2 for Violin and Orchestra, Sz. 90 [1928, rev. 1944-5]
Bauldeweyn (previously attrib. Josquin): Missa Da pacem [c. 1509-1513]
Beethoven: Adelaide, op. 46 [1795]
Beethoven: Piano Trio #2 in G, op. 1/2 [1795]
Beethoven: Rondos (2) for piano, op. 51 [c. 1796-8]
Beethoven: Violin Sonata #4 in A minor, op. 23 [1800]
Beethoven: Violin Sonata #7 in C minor, op. 30/2 [1802]
Berio: Chemins I for harp and orchestra [1964]; together with Sequenza II for solo harp [1963]
Berio: Sequenza VI for viola [1967]
Berlioz: Tristia, op. 18 [1852]
Bernstein: On the Waterfront (together with the Symphonic Suite) [1955]
Bizet: Jeux d’enfants (Kids’s Video games) [1871]
Bliss: Clarinet Quintet [1932]
Bloch: String Quartet #3 [1952]
Bortniansky: Cherubim Tune #7 (Cherubic Hymn #7) [early 19th century]
Bortniansky: Sacred Concertos [1799]
Boulanger, L: Clairières dans le ciel [1915]
Boulanger, L.: Vieille prière bouddhique [1914-17]
Bowen: Phantasy Quintet [1932]
Brahms: Piano Sonata #2 in F-sharp minor, op. 2 [1853]
Brahms: Romances from Tieck’s Liebesgeschichte der schönen Magelone, op. 33 [1861-9]
Brahms: Scherzo in E flat minor, op. 4 [1851]
Bridge: Violin Sonata, H.183 [1932]
Britten: Nocturnal after John Dowland, op. 70 [1963]
Britten: String Quartet #2 in C, op. 36 [1945]
Brouwer: Guitar Concerto #3 «Elegiaco» [1986]
Busnois: Gaude coelestis Domina [15th century]
Campion: Two Bookes of Ayres [1613]
Carter: String Quartet #4 [1986]
Casella: Suite in C, op. 13 [1910]
Casella: Violin Concerto in A minor, op. 48 [1928]
Cavalli: Giasone [1649]
Charpentier: Actéon [1683]
Cherubini: Marche funèbre [1820]
Chin: Model [2014]
Chopin: Introduction and Polonaise brillante in C for cello and piano, op. 3 [1829]
Ciconia: O rosa bella [early 15th century]
Coates, E.: London Suite [1933]
Couperin, A. L.: Pièces de Clavecin [1751]
Couperin: Versets (4) d’un motet composé de l’ordre du roy [1703]
Couperin: Versets (7) d’un motet composé de l’ordre du roy [1705]
Cowell: The Tides of Manaunaun [1917]
Creston: Symphony #3 «Three Mysteries», op. 48 [1950]
Czerny: Symphony #1 in C minor, op. 780
Damase: Symphony [1952]
Danzi: Wind Quintets, op. 56 [1821]

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