Most achingly-beautiful music

Ultimately, we listen to music to be moved, for example, to be elated, exulted, calmed or pained. Which are the 3 most affecting pieces of music do you find the most affecting?
I had to revive this again - Samual Barber Adagio

Also its the main theme to the movie Platoon. Just beatiful
I picked the moniker "Cello" due to my love of the instrument. Unfortunately, I don't play. I have dabbled in several instruments, but never the Cello or Violin.
I also have a great passion for the Violin and Viola as well.
Anne is one of my favorite Violinists. I have quite a few of David Oistrak's LPs. I also love and collect Henryk Szeryng's LP's. Some of his recordings are just incredible.
1) Richard Strauss, Last Four Songs (Vier letzte Lieder) sung by Lucia Popp, on Sony with Thomas conducting LSO: play it late at night, and if you cannot get that recording don't bother. 2) Nathan Milstein's Bach Solo Sonatas/Partitas. 3)Quan Zhou and Edmund Battersby playing Romance in F minor, op. 11, on Dvorak: Music for Violin and Piano, Vol 1, on Naxos. 4) Josef Suk and Julius Katchen (and only them) playing the Brahms Violin Sonatas.
geez Slappy,i got a good laugh on that one ,ive pictured the same thing!with me its more like sitting in the sweet spot drooling when i play Sade!i get visuals when i listen to her,
Lisa Gerrard - Duality
Pergolesi - Stabat Mater, Decca, Scholl and Bonney
Ella Fitzerald - Jazz 'Round Midnight' - Polygram