EDIT: For newcomers to the thread - Read on. It's explained later that Raymond didn't write this - I'm leaving my initial post though, because it's natural that I assumed he'd be posting original music as he always has. Raymond was having a bit of fun, as he says in his subject line.
This is definitely worth finishing. I like the lack of pretense and sense of humor. Not only is "just for the fun of it" a good reason to compose a piece, it is great reason to listen to a piece!
I think it was my third grade teacher who said as she passed out the test --- "read everything before you write anything".
The first symphony is very playful as well. Actually, most of the symphonies have at least some playful/joyous moments.
On the complete opposite side of the spectrum, give the string quartet #15 a whirl. The six movements are marked:
V: Adagio molto
I'd put it right up there with Mahler's unfinished 10th, and Penderecki's Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima in the gut-wrenching department. Death hangs heavily over each of those works.