Michael Charles Clark
MOZART PIANO CONCERTO NO. 21 3RD MOVEMENT
By: Michael Charles Clark
Catalog ID: 547148   Duration: 7:59   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 78   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Corporate and Motivational Music | Corporate Orchestral Music
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The 3rd movement is quick and lively, with exciting piano passages, and fantastic cadenzas and improvisations. A super finale! Great for dramatic films, in-store media, museums, bookstores and much more.   Keywords: Mozart Michael Charles Clark Piano Concerto Amadeus Orchestra Beethoven Chopin classy style early music PBS documentary radio productions



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