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What are pieces everyone else likes that you don't?

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Monarcheon    275

I'll start things off:
Tchaikovsky Symphony 5
Brahms Symphony 4
Dvorak Cello Concerto
I'm sure I'll add to this list in the comments eventually as I think of more.

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bkho    85

I'm a big Dvorak fan but I also never warmed to the cello concerto. 

I also never got into Brahms' symphonies, except for the first.

I'm also not a huge fan of the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto.  I recognize that is an impeccably constructed work but it is just too "clean" for me if that makes any sense.

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Monarcheon    275
2 hours ago, bkho said:

I'm also not a huge fan of the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto.  I recognize that is an impeccably constructed work but it is just too "clean" for me if that makes any sense.

I'm pretty okay with the Mendelssohn, but never really got into the Tchaikovsky. I don't think I've listened to it all the way through on account of me getting too bored...

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The first piece that comes in my mind is Canon in D - Pachelbel...

I don't like Brahm's compositions (particularly his symphonies). They sound weird and unlogical to me. I have the same with R. Schumann. However, I like his chamber repertoire, except his piano music.

Actually, I like almost all music, but in a different way. I listen to Mozart and Schubert to relax, I ''listen" to Baroque music while studying, except Bach. I listen to mostly Romantic composers to be astonished. I listen to all music to learn and get inspiration.

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