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What are the greatest symphonies ever written?

Here's the form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScsDacIV-6VMmCm4DfNtLeCJ06Urvi20HNGrrs__BwvWNP-Sg/viewform
The symphonies will be ranked on how many people vote for each one. No voting twice. Also say, '(composer's last name), Symphony No. x' with correct capitalizations so that it is easy to collect the results.

Results so far:
1. Beethoven, Symphony no. 5 (2 Votes)
(tied) 2. Beethoven, Symphony no. 9 (1 Vote)
(tied) 2. Berlioz, Symphonie Fantastique (1 Vote)
(tied) 2. Mozart, Symphony no. 41 (1 Vote)
(tied) 2. Dvořák, Symphony no. 9 (1 Vote)
(tied) 2. Prokofiev, Symphony no. 2 (1 Vote)
(tied) 2. J. C. Bach, Sinfonia in G Minor, Opus 6 no. 6 (1 Vote)
(tied) 2. Haydn, Symphony no. 43 (1 Vote)

Composer results so far:
1. Beethoven (3 Votes)
(tied) 2. Berlioz (1 Vote)
(tied) 2. Mozart (1 Vote)
(tied) 2. Dvořák (1 Vote)
(tied) 2. Prokofiev (1 Vote)
(tied) 2. J. C. Bach (1 Vote)
(tied) 2. Haydn (1 Vote)

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Feedback for medley

Hi, this is my first medley! At just over 27 minutes long, this piece contains 52 songs. I was wondering what elements of the piece worked and what didn't. Thanks in advance!

https://musescore.com/user/31472096/scores/5693546

Some parts that are a bit iffy for me
1. VII -> V substitution
2. Change in tempo
3. Consistent keys (should I have raised/lowered key in any place?)
4. Left hand accompaniment too simple/complex