Mine would be Shubert's "Ave maria" (D. 832, Op. 52, #6 for you purists out there)

I share in hopes that others will share their favorites, and I might discover something new to me.

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PS How do you embed Youtube video's directly into the thread? When I do it by clicking 'media' it only seems to copy the URL...

Thanks man.

Maurice Durufle's Requiem

Johann Bach - Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068: II. Air, "Air on a G String"

Blocked by the copyright owner :(

Really? Working fine for me. Anyhow, here's an alternate link.

It used to be Orf and Wagner but they were overused at a show we did a few years ago so these days Vivaldi is about the top of my list:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRxofEmo3HA‎ 

Violins seem to be in their prime in G

Tchaikovsky Symphony #4 - Just missed the symphony here in Houston playing it

Hindemith's Metamorphosis

Smetana's The Moldau(Ma Vlast)

Modest Mussorgsky - night on bald mountain

Great, now I have to go find a recording of Fantasia, thanks

You could do worse.... Fantasia was SO ahead of it's time - really brilliant

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