I strongly dislike any forms of martial music that relies on majors:
[YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOKfdRiMiu8"]Air-Bach-von Karajan (double awesomeness)[/YOUTUBE]
[YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_rE1CUT8gI&feature=fvwrel"]Adagio-von Karajan (Don't care who wrote this whether Albinoni or Giazotto)[/YOUTUBE]
[YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-iuSgXKUcw"]Violin Concerto-Beethoven-Menuhin (Menuhin's unmistakeable combination of technical expertise and emotional depth/sensitivity.)[/YOUTUBE]
[YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWQ2F-zD7Lo"]Vesti la Guibba aria-Pagliacci-Leoncavallo-Gigli (Second only to the Great Caruso- Pavarotti eat your heart out...oops...RIP.)[/YOUTUBE]
[YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLaY2VcIEqo"]Un bel di vedremo-Madam Butterfly-Puccini-Maria Callas (No words can express the beauty.)[/YOUTUBE]
Not my favourite film score, nor anywhere near my favourite film, but I've always (no pun intended) thought that the score to Always (perhaps best known for Audrey Hepburn's last big screen role) was one of John Williams' finest works. A little simple maybe, and certainly nowhere as celebrated or grandiose as some of his other work, but it suited the movie perfectly.
[YOUTUBE="uT1JccCJ6XU"]Pete & Dorinda (from Always) - John Williams[/YOUTUBE]