Is good for you. All people hear thing differently and appreciate for different reasons. Music that you have never heard before can be easily dismissed- but perseverance will gradually attune YOUR ear to the magic of it - this applies to all Genre
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I prefer my classical music to lyric-less, in most cases. My favourite is 'Pictures at an Exhibition' by Mussorgsky, which I never tire of listening to. His 'Night on a Bare Mountain is superb as well. Worth checking out reviews, because some recordings are sub-par.
So many other composers to choose from, though. Have you tuned into Radio 3 or Classic FM, just to get some idea of what's on offer?
Older Romantic classics to Moderns Big Orchestra and choirs- to ABBA and Enya Take Enrico Morricone and his suite for the film The Mission. The main them 'Gabriel's Oboe' now pops up as solo vocal with lyrics[Russell Watson] to one of the girl groups doing tricks and it is all good to listen to.
Its good to see that more people are getting the chance to hear more clasical music through adverts and documentaries and as mark3986 says football games,Though i tend to listen to more modern composers , Like Ludovico Einaudi