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The last flight of the Cranes - played by Brad Hill - www.beneking.com

Stephan Beneking on November 17, 2012 08:41

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    iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/preludes-fantaisies/id583024610
    PHYSICAL CD: http://www.createspace.com/2099186

    Every year in autumn, tens of thousands of Cranes gather in northern Germany at the baltic sea. They all start at the same time for their long journey towards South.
    For some of them, it will be the last flight.

    Pianist / composer Brad Hill (BradHill) impressive interpretation created a beautiful musical picture here, both with the rushing parts as well as with the soft and touching parts of this piece. Make sure you visit also Brad´s own page for his originals!
    Performed on a Brodmann grand piano.

    And here you find the score:
    http://www.beneking.com
    direct link to the score:
    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B4v1JwJiY6oJRFZLRFFCV29KblE

    Picture: Deutsche Fotothek

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