Anyone have a favorite symphony?

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  1. MAJ Badmotherfarker

    MAJ Badmotherfarker is drinking a beer.

    As far as complete symphonies go, Beethoven's 9th is my favorite. I listened to it pretty much every night while studying during my first year of college chemistry. Bach's "Jesus, joy of man's delight" is probably my single favorite composition.
     
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  2. Learjet35A

    Learjet35A Member

    Now you're gay and faggot!
     
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  3. Aaron

    Aaron Moderator

    I don't listen to enough classical music to even name a complete symphony, much less pick a favorite. But I have some favorite compositions...

    "Ode to Joy" - Beethoven
    "Toreador" - Bizet
    "Fur Elise" - Beethoven
    "Canon in D" - Pachelbel ?
    + all the songs in the Nutcracker Suite by Tchaikovsky.

    :)
     
  4. MAJ Badmotherfarker

    MAJ Badmotherfarker is drinking a beer.

    Ode to Joy is in the 9th symphony.
     
  5. MadisonRadio1

    MadisonRadio1 MadisonRadio

    Yes I do. Beethoven Symphony No. 7.
     
  6. Blitz71

    Blitz71 Member

  7. girl on girl symphony moaning #2
     
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  9. MAJ Badmotherfarker

    MAJ Badmotherfarker is drinking a beer.

    Wasn't that the precursor to Blue Balls Symphony #3?
     
  10. semipenguin

    semipenguin Bum Looker

    Beethovan's 9th is the best...:D

    I like Strauss' Blue Danube, but they say that's a waltz...:(

    :)
     
  11. v1ru5

    v1ru5 Well-Known Member

    Paganini, violin concerto #3.
     
  12. memebag

    memebag Top Brass, ADVP

    I love Bach's organ works. You know why he had so many kids?

    (... beat ...)

    His organ had no stops.

    I love Strauss's "Til Eulenspiegel" and just about anything by Satie.
     
  13. BearStar

    BearStar New Member

    Mahler's Second

    Especially for you Beethoven 9 fans, if you want to stretch your ears a little but want to stay close to what you know you love...try Mahler's Second. It is a truly beautiful piece that never fails to reach me (especially the Fourth Movement).
     

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