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Album: 1001 Ways to Be Romantic - The Music

Artist: Anthony Paratore, Daniel Pollack, John Novacek & Joseph Paratore

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 1999
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 1999 Four Winds Entertainment, Inc.

Tracklist For 1001 Ways to Be Romantic - The Music By Artist Anthony Paratore, Daniel Pollack, John Novacek & Joseph Paratore

Title Artist Time
Concert Etude No. 3 in D Flat Daniel Pollack 7:01 USD 0.99
Préludes, Book 1: No. 8, La f Daniel Pollack 3:00 USD 0.99
Adagio sostenuto from Sonata f Daniel Pollack 5:00 USD 0.99
Arabesque No. 1 in E Major Daniel Pollack 4:40 USD 0.99
Songs without Words, Vol 2, Op Daniel Pollack 2:40 USD 0.99
Waltz in C Sharp Minor, Op. 64 John Novacek 3:30 USD 0.99
Bagatelle for Piano in A Minor John Novacek 3:45 USD 0.99
Songs without Words, Vol. 5, O John Novacek 3:13 USD 0.99
Nocturnes, Op. 48 No. 2 in F S John Novacek 7:48 USD 0.99
Waltz in A Flat Major, Op. 39 Anthony Paratore & Joseph Paratore 2:10 USD 0.99
Waltz in E Major, Op. 39 No. 2 Anthony Paratore & Joseph Paratore 1:52 USD 0.99
"The Swan" from Carnival of th Anthony Paratore & Joseph Paratore 3:24 USD 0.99

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