Mine would be Cello Suite No.1 iii-Courante. It's definitely not the most challenging piece for a cellist, but it's so much fun to blast through. Plus it's always a nice crowd pleaser.
I played cello for a long time and...I totally loved this piece too!!!!!!!smile
But then I had to stop because I was also studying the piano and my parents told me that I had to choose between the cello and the pianocrying ...So I decided to go pro with the piano instead...
As for the piano,there s also a piece that I love playing:
Ravel s Concerto in G!!!!
I played it 2 years ago for a competition and I still have fun playing it now!!!!
Well,I don t know if it s a crowd pleaser,generally the public prefer his Concerto for left hand(I guess because it s unusual?)
I am a classical singer!
The song I could never get tired of singing is "O Mio Babbino Caro" by Giacomo Puccini.
I've also started learning "Ständchen" by Franz Schubert and I absolutely adore it. Mainly because it's easy enough that I can accompany myself on the piano while singing it =)
As a violist, it'd be blasphemy for me to ever admit that I get tired of Hidemith or Walton, but let's just say that the one thing I never get tired of playing, for whatever reason, is Heifetz's arrangement of "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" - it's just such a cute piece. Damned catchy, too.
As a flutist, pieces I never tire of playing include C.P.E. Bach's Sonata in A minor and Debussy's Syrinx. Neither of them are necessarily technically challenging, but there's just so much potential for expression!
Horn- Haydn's 2nd Horn Concerto, any of the Mozart horn concertos, Dvorak's 9th Symphony, Der Freischutz by C.M. von Weber (awesome horn quartets!), Kopprash's etudes, and nearly anything by Richard Strauss.
Piano- I love Chopin's Impromptus, Mozart's 5th piano concerto (k. 175, especially the 3rd movement), and Kuhlau's sonatinas.