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Chopin: Piano concerto N. 2, op.21

Strings of the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie led by Yves Abel and musician Anna Fedorova play the ‘Second Piano Concerto, operation. 21′ by Chopin during the initial show of The Sunday Morning Concert, in the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. As a reprise they play Chopin’s Waltz, operation. 34, no. 3: Vivace’.

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