Dymphna's Road has a nice, short music meme, which I've managed to make into an hours-long research project! It asks you to list your favorite Latin and English hymns. Where possible, I've included links to the actual song for those who are curious about some of the pieces. You may have to find the link once you get to the page.
Favorite Latin Hymns
Ave Maria--Gounod [I sing this one often, at weddings, and, once at a funeral.]
Pange Lingua/Tantum Ergo
Gloria by John Rutter [This is worth listening to, IMO. Click on the link and then click on the second blue button--under "John Rutter--Gloria III." I sang this in my first year in college. What a privilege! It is sad that I learned more liturgical Latin in a public--very NON-Catholic--college than anywhere else.]
Ave Verum Corpus Sang this one in College as well.
Tu Es Petrus [Our college choir sang this song during the Mass that John Paul II had in the Mall in Washington in October of 1979.]
Hodie Christus Natus Est (You may have to scroll down to track 4--"Procession". It starts very softly.)
Favorite English Hymns
O Sacred Head Surrounded
Let all Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
What Wondrous Love is This
Precious Lord [We sang this in college too. Beautiful.]
This Little Babe [I sang this in High School, believe it or not. Also a great privilege. For this one, you may have to scroll down to track 10.] (They don't have the entire song on there, but you'll get the idea. The whole CD is fantastic.)
If I had my hymnal at home, I'm sure I could go on and on. But I don't, so I'd better stop now!