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?
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E Minor (op. 64)

Paganini Violin Concerto No.1 in E flat major

J. Micheal Haydn Concerto For Flute And Orchestra In D
This is a really long thread. Don't know if anyone has already listed it, but if so, I 2nd or 3rd or 4th their vote for Vaughan Williams', "The Lark Ascending". I'll save my other 2 for later.
Gemma3313…..Try the Anne Akiko Meyers CD (out of print but you can order it used on Amazon or chase it down on eBay) of the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto. She plays divinely. It is my favorite version the Mendelssohn of all the efforts I have heard to date including Heifetz, Szeryng, Pearlman, Oistrakh, Zukerman, Rabin, Shaham, Milstein, Stern, Vengerov, and several others.
Ghosthouse, As an additional bonus, on the same Anne Akiko Meyer CD , there is a wonderful/ breath taking version of Ralph Vaughan Williams "The Lark Ascending" followed up by Dvorak Romance for Violin and Orchestra, and then finally Massenet's Meditation.
I would say that the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto coupled with the Lark Ascending and the Dvorak Romance for Violin and Orchestra are just magical, mesmerizing and as good as it gets. This one CD (wish it was on vinyl) has great sound for a CD and will be one of your treasures.
Larry - thank you for the recommendations. My classical music education is very spotty and "happenchance". As I write, I am listening to RVW's "Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis" performed by the Academy of St Martin in the Fields with Neville Marriner conducting (who else?). This CD includes The Lark Ascending (Track 3). Violinists on the Thomas Tallis are Iona Brown & Trevor Connah. Iona Brown is violinist on the Lark. I do not know Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto or the Dvorak. For me, music is a window through which we occasionally glimpse Heaven. Listening to the Lark, I am reminded of a line from an early scene in the movie, "ET" where they find those guys in the Mexican desert and one tells the investigators (going by memory), "The Sun came down and sang to me....".