There's something about it that makes it a great late-night listen right at that point where slumber is almost upon you - for The Farewell - and while it is sort of melancholy, at the same time, it is comforting.
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That's a nice little grab bag you got there.
The seed that might germinate into an appreciation of the late Beethoven quartets, Mozart's symphonies No.39-40-41, Bach's Art of the Fugue and the 'Brandenburg Concertos', Vivaldi's The Four Seasons, Tchaikovsky's ballets, Shostakovich's 7th, 8th, and 10th symphonies, Schubert's songs, Brahms' vast chamber music works, the violin concertos of Beethoven, Tchaikovsky & Brahms, the piano music of Liszt, Chopin & Debussy, etc., etc., ad infinitum ..... We all need more than 10 lifetimes to really be able to listen to it all so many times that we become very familiar with it - but, alas . . .