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Prelude and Fugue No. 2 in C minor.
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Music: Dance of the Knights by Sergei Prokofiev from 'Romeo and Juliet' I've always love this musical piece...and I thought suited Roger perfectly. It's a ...
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Paul Sacher
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Johann Jakob Wettstein
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Gaspard Bauhin
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Edwin Fischer
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