Gustav Holst - Mars, the bringer of war
Know little about classical music, but I love Vivaldi's "Four Seasons," Ravel's "Bolero," Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue," Schubert's "Death and the Maiden," and Bedrich Smetanau's "Thee Moldau." It is just amazing that someone can writer an expressive melody like "Ave Maria," sheer genius and a real gift to the world.
Handel's Water Music. I think I lived in the 18th century in a former life.
Timaso Albinoni Adagio in G minor
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Mine, as cliche as it is to say, is Beethovens' 9th the "Ode to Joy".
Hey, that's why they call 'em classics! Can't go wrong with Canon In D Major, either
It's only 4 minutes long, but the brief opera set to Dante Allegaris' Vide Cor Meum, written by Hans Zimmer for the movie Hannibal. I think it is an absolutely beautiful, haunting piece that is both ethereal, ghostly and incredibly romantic.
Beethoven's "Fur Elise"
As well, I'll sometimes have the TV on Galaxie's "Baroque" channel, but I don't always catch the title and composer.
Aram Kachaturian, Gayane Ballet Suite (adagio)