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I loved Beethoven's and Mozart's symphonies, so I bought symphonies by Brahms and Tchaikovsky.

I loved Tchaikovsky so much that I snatched up all his major works, and then moved on to other Russians.

Figuring that I would try to see why those two composers were the ones people always talked about, I bought a half-dozen or so.When I took them home and listened to them, I was hooked.As I was building my collection, I had very little guidance as to what pieces to buy and what recordings to choose.I solved the first problem using the principle on which this site is based: I bought pieces similar to the ones I already liked.The remainder of the site is an extension of the two central lists, the Top 10 and Top 20 CDs.

People who discover music they like on these two lists can find similar pieces in the Composers, Eras, or Genres sections.I had never heard music so emotional, so powerful, or so beautiful.I began buying classical CDs as fast as my budget would allow, and listening to them constantly.Let's start this off with a bang and one of the most intimidating and best overall entrance songs in history.In addition, a note of respect and farewell to Nick "The Ninja of Love" Denis, the hard-hitting Canadian who unexpectedly retired yesterday at age 29.No other high-quality guide available on the Internet offers explicit recommendations for the first twenty CDs to buy.