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Something to watch Pictures by
Good piano version today but probably less than a minute? Is it somewhere else on lastfm too?
So breathtaking and splendid!
wtf too short
Too short of a snippet. Must hear the entire piece. Regal and pompous, in a good way.
Yes, agree.... too beautiful to be so short.
one of my all time favorites..wish there was more of it here
What, barely a minute of this great work. What a tease.
My very first record for my very first record player, 1953, I was 5, was Pictures at an Exhibition, Prelude of the Afternoon Fawn, Bercuse , and Polinaise....
A simple and powerful peace
Que delícia !!!!!!!!!! Wonderful ! Marvelous!!!!!
Die Orchester Version ist von MAURICE RAVEL!
I first fell in love with this piece in the 1960s and 70s when it was used to introduce a salad dressing... !! My family would call me and tell me - your commercial is on.... and I'd run and listen to it! LOL. It's quite spellbinding....
Ich mag das stück, auch die version von Emenson Lake and Palmer.
a very thoughtful contemplative piece... love it...
somhow remind me on smetana ?!
Try looking at the radio station box, buddy.
wow, this is an old recording - anyone know who it is?
Mkguidoeuf sodiskdm soyutkdu eutlsm !! rftustkujy enrlglifrvnyt !!!! clivaha !
Maleńki fragment a ile pozytywnych reperkusji wywołuje - to jest siła kompozytora !!!
Açlık var serde asker erkekler kimse yok yük yaşlılarda kadınlarda 11 yaşında bebeler erkek diye ihtiyattalar...1919-1923
tnx ((( Karevo )))
Es ist ausgezeichnet!
Whoa. I remember listening to this piece at my uncle's house as a child and having romantic images in my head what the author might have seen when he wrote it. ;)
never take it out in public....you know
@ Almighty - I love your avatar! Everytime you say something I imagine your avatar screaming it out with his hand in the air all dramatic-like :-p
B'Stard! Outstanding call.
Alan B'Stard would be proud.