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Frederic Chopin - A Life To Remember

This lavish documentary series features one-time child prodigy Alan Kogosowski in concert at London's Gibson Hall, performing over 30 of Chopin's most loved Etudes, Mazurkas, Nocturnes, Waltzes, Polonaises and Ballades. Each work is accompanied by historically authentic images and engaging introductions. Episodes include: 'A Slavic Soul', 'Master of the Piano', 'Spirit of a Poet', 'Grace and Charm', 'Dream Visions' and 'A Hero's Heart'.

Year: 2003
Genre: Documentaries, TV Drama, Performing Arts, Television Shows, General Docos
Country: UK
Director: Paul Barton
Starring: Alan Kogosowski
Duration: 260 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Performing Arts

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