Very nice cross-section, and I really liked the classical end of things. In particular, I loved the Adagio by Tomaso Albinoni. Upon further research, it appears that Albinoni's Adagio was found in rudimentary form shortly after WWII. Apparently, the manuscript was found in a library in Dresden and consisted of a bass line and a violin part, but nothing else. The Italian musicologist Remo Giazotto wrote the bulk of the composition (Penguin's Rough Guide to Classical Music on CD, 1994). Still, it's a lovely piece and it strongly rivals Barber's Adagio for me.
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