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by Samuel Barber

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Adagio for Strings (from Platoon) Самуэль Барбер (1910 - 1981) Умирая, он вряд ли думал о свое…
Adagio for Strings (vocal version) (from Platoon) Самуэль Барбер (1910 - 1981) Умирая, он вряд ли думал о свое…
Agnus Dei Agnus Dei, Qui tollis peccata mundi, Miserere nobis. Agnus …
Agnus Dei Op.11 Agnus Dei, Qui tollis peccata mundi, Miserere nobis. Agnus …
Agnus Dei, Op. 11 The Lamb of God, Who took the sins of the world, Have…

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AAA BBB

Funny enough, this is the first time I’ve heard Adagio for Strings on a piano. Adagio for Keys. Anyway, fantastic per usual, bro. You’re awesome.

AAA BBB

Karim Kamar Hmmmm...I’m a big fan of Sakamoto but don’t recall his cover. I’m going to check it out. Thanks, brother! Big fan! Envious of your talent. Peace.

Karim Kamar

I heard a piano version of it first a long while back by Sakamoto and become totally obsessed with how 'silent' it sounded on the piano. Finally got around to doing a cover myself

Stephanie Gilfillan

One of my favorite pieces EVER. I performed this in a string orchestra on my violin at a summer camp while I was in high school and the moment of silence that preceded the applause was something I'll never forget. I cannot listen to this piece without it bringing tears to my eyes. Your rendition is hauntingly beautiful. Thank you for sharing your talent!

Haze Hilarious

When this plays at the end of The Elephant Man... Hauntingly beautiful.

Simon Willis

Just want to to sit with my partner no words we both just relaxing listening to this

David

I love it. I really love it. All of it. I do have one question though, on the first beat of measure 25, why the choice to play the f# at the bottom of the left hand? You should have far, far more views.

Karim Kamar

Cheers David. Wish I could give you an inventive answer but that's just how it was written in the transcript I used

Malcolm One

Incredible as always.

Rome TheVisionary

This guy is phenomenal!

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