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Post by Morten »

Although that's a nice beginners list, I want you to expand it to much more.

Begin with the norwegian composer Edward Grieg, and continue with romantic composers. Wagner is great and big, so is Rachmaninov. He has some great Piano Pieces. There is so much classic music, and you'll have to expand it beyond Mozart, Beethoven and Bach. Although they are the biggest (in therms of popularity), I don't think they're the best.
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Post by KorkyKat »

Sibelius, Copland, Kreisler, Satie, Verdi, Mascagni and O so many more delightful treats.

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Post by alanl »

Among my favourites are Barber, Gorecki, Rodrigo, Smetana ... and the list goes on. Classical composers don't, by definition, have to have died two hundred years ago :)

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