|1953||Michał Spisak||Serenade voor orkest|
|1957||Orazio Fiume||Concerto for orchestra|
|1960||Marcel Poot||Sinfonia burlesca|
|1982||John Weeks||Five Litanies for Orchestra|
|1989||André Laporte||Fantasia con tema reale|
|1991||Tristan-Patrice Challulau||Ne la città dolente|
|1999||Uljas Voitto Pulkkis||Tears of Ludovico|
|2001||/ Søren Nils Eichberg||Qilaatersorneq|
|2003||Ian Munro||Piano Concerto Dreams|
|2005||Javier Torres Maldonado||Obscuro Etiamtum Lumine|
|2006||Miguel Gálvez-Taroncher||La luna y la muerte|
|2011||Sakai Kenji||Concerto pour violon et orchestre|
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“The composition of a tragedy requires testicles.”
—Voltaire [François Marie Arouet] (16941778)
“When I think of God, when I think of him as existent, and when I believe him to be existent, my idea of him neither increases nor diminishes. But as it is certain there is a great difference betwixt the simple conception of the existence of an object, and the belief of it, and as this difference lies not in the parts or composition of the idea which we conceive; it follows, that it must lie in the manner in which we conceive it.”
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