All of these convey such sweeping and fleeting moments of pure release, I tear up and let the goose bumps raise against my skin in chilling bereavement every time.
"Sanvean"--Lisa Gerrard [link] "The Woman of the Snow"-- Faith and the Muse [link] "The Host of the Seraphim"-- Dead can Dance [link] "Pearls"-- Ilaria Graziano [link] "Hallejuah" Jeff Buckley [link] "Adagio for Strings"-- Samuel Barber [link]
Outlaws of love by Adam Lambert, Mad World (I especially love it in the voice of Adam Lambert ♥), Life and Death by Michael Giacchino, Soaked by Adam Lambert and Remember Me by Thomas Bergersen I know. I'm such a fangirl. but trust me those songs are beautiful!!
The main theme of Deus Ex Human Revolution ( [link] ) because it remind me of how much passion and hard work goes into those amazing AAA games. I find there is a strong emotional connection between memories of gameplay and soundtracks, so for me a lot of VGM is beautiful.
Lyrics-wise, one of the songs that hit home for me the most is Hold on Till may by Pierce the Veil. Also, Home at Last from the Labyrinth soundtrack is absolutely gorgeous. I've loved it since I was a kid c: Second Star to the Right by Jonatha Brooke is another favorite, since Peter Pan has been my favorite movie since I was little.