Bartok Music
DEBUSSY: THE GIRL WITH THE FLAXEN HAIR
By: Bartok Music
Catalog ID: 243918   Duration: 2:21   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 76   Vocal: N/A
Genre: Classical Music | Classical | Romantic (period: 1815 - 1910)
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This Debussy flute and piano duet is touching, moving and emotional. It will liven any of your future projects. Perfect for romantic films, nature television shows, documentaries and much more.   Keywords: Claude Debussy Bach Haydin Beethoven Franz Schubert Romantic Period Francois Joseph Gossec sound-alike Jerry Goldsmith John Williams France Paris French power



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