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  • Sarah Goldilocks

    Van Cliburn - Beethoven Piano Concerto No.5 Mvt II. Moscow 1962. One of the most beautiful songs ever - especially that beginning. So simple, yet so profound.

  • Dian S

    Van Cliburn plays Beethoven Piano Concerto No.5 Adiago (2nd movement) in Moscow, 1962. // I think this is one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever composed...there are no words to describe my emotions when I hear this piece. // I'm sure there are cleaner videos out there but Van Cliburn was such a virtuoso. // If you have 8 minutes, I hope you will listen.

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