I enjoy some Bach, some Mozart... as well as anything Chopin has written for piano. I fairly recently got a collection of Bach Cello Suites played by Rostropovich, which is pretty amazing.
My tastes in classical though are generally pretty limited... most overly consonant, major stuff honestly tends to bore me. I find that I generally like stuff with minor keys, complex sounding harmonies, or that make use of dissonance.
"I tried sniffing coke once, but the ice cubes got stuck in my nose."
I... I love classical. I'm a big fan of the classics like Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin, and whatnot, but I tend to get into contemporary stuff a lot more.
I.e., Jonny Greenwood:
Krzysztof Penderecki (jump to about 1:00):
And though I'd hesitate to really call them "classical," Stars of the Lid:
Those are all just tidbits of the depth these guys have. I'm really fond of composers playing with the norm and throwing electronic elements into an orchestral piece and junk like that. I guess that none of them really fall under the category of "classical" as most people define it, which I suppose makes them neo-classical or post-classical or whatever it is the kids call it these days. But anyway, I love 'em. :3
P.S. Don't listen to Pendercki unless you want to poop your pants. If you've seen The Shining and The Exorcist, you'll understand.
I'm not a huge fan of many contemporary works (or classical contemporary). They're often too chaotic for my tastes and I prefer the ordered complexity of something like Bach's Fugue in G Minor instead.
That being said, thanks for sharing those songs. Even outside my tastes, they were interesting if not good. And I absolutely love Preisner's Lacrimosa. I heard it before but didn't know where it was from. Really a great addition on top of Mozart's Requiem and just hauntingly spiritual. I've said before that you know a song is a good song if it can tell you a story, and this song weaves an epic tale.