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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)

musescore college

wouldnt it be nice if musescore had a group devoted to educating members on music theory, arranging, orchestration...
yeah, I know that some high school classes use musescore for teaching music but that isnt exactly what I mean here. I mean a place totally here at musescore where members could make intelligent critical educated helpful comments about music.
there are certainly members who are very well educated in music who could help members out with their music, exchange helpful comments, a place where people could actually learn about music rather than the hit or miss experimentation alot of us do. I know I am just talking into the wind, but still, sigh.....oh well.....