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Great Movie Concerti: Warsaw Concerto and more (2 CD set)

Here is the perfect collection for the movie lover! Excerpts from Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 2, including every music-cue featured in the classic wartime love story Brief Encounter and Mozart's magical Adagio from his C major Piano Concerto No. 21 as used so memorably in the film Elvira Madigan. Listen to the soloist perform these in beautiful reference versions, then you take his place to perform these with full accompaniment in all their lustrous glory! Includes slow-tempo practice accompaniments.

Note: Unfortunately, we are unable to provide the Warsaw Concerto in the digital edition of this book, it is only available in the physical edition.



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Dangerous Moonlight,Mozart Piano Concerto No 21 in C Major,Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2 in C Minor- Movement I,Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2 in C Minor- Movement II,Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2 in C Minor- Movement III

Additional Info

Additional Info

Format: Play-Along (Book+Accompaniment CD)
Soloist/Artist Frederick Moyer, David Syme, Sabri Tulug Tirpan (piano)
Instruments Piano
Composer Addinsell, Mozart, Rachmaninov
Accompanist/ Conductor Garritan Orchestra; Stuttgart Symphony Orchestra; Vidin Philharmonic Orchestra


Customer Reviews (1)

Review by Karajan2
Only this: All perfect thanks!! Now i can play this splendid music on my piano with full orchestra and nice sound! (Posted on 11/14/2012)

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