Piano Works

Piano Works is the third album of Craig Armstrong, containing solo piano pieces from different soundtracks played by himself.

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... Tchaikovsky wrote over a hundred-odd piano works over the course of his creative life ... His first opus comprised two piano pieces, while he completed his final set of piano works after he had finished sketching his last symphony ... Except for a piano sonata written while he was a composition student and a second much later in his career, Tchaikovsky's solo piano works consist of character pieces ...
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