Romantic and sentimental waltz from great Russian composer Pyotr Thaikovsky has been perfomed by Dmitriy Lukyanov piano solo. Contains several parts. Nostalgic and slightly sad, love feelings, emotional and beautyful. Good for any romantic projects.
A classical piano track of a great Russian composer Alexander Scriabin(1872) was perfoming of Dmitriy Lukyanov on a solo grand piano. Sad nostalgic, slightly cold like a frosty winter morning, and in the same time romantic and ambient.
Light, delicate and playful this was originally written for piano and has since become very popular with guitarists. Very much in a Spanish style it reflects on childhood with love and affection.
One of the famouse classical tune of the great Polish composer was perfomed and recorded in a home studio by Dmitriy Lukyanov.You could hear this composition in a famouse movie Pianist.Romantic and sad tragic and passionate light and goddest.
A tender and fragile rendition of this popular piece of classical music, Live solo violin and acoustic piano, Originally, this piece is a symphonic intermezzo from the opera 'Thais' by Jules Massenet, first performed in 1894.
Tragic and beautiful tune from the Great Chopin. Solo piano track. Classical piano music. Well suited for the tragic moments in our life, unrequited love, the death of a loved one dear person.
A lilting melody above a waltz like accompaniment gets more complex and intense as we're taken on an emotional journey.
Frederic Chopin Cantabile in B flat major, B. 84. Performed and recorded exclusively for Lynne Publishing by concert pianist Želimir Panić.
Only sixteen bars long, this is a beautiful prelude. Graceful, serene and delicate it allows the listener to relax and unwind in a calm and peaceful way. Used in many productions and commercials worldwide.
Frederic Chopin Mazurkas, Op. 24 No. 3: Moderato con anima in A-flat major. Performed and recorded exclusively for Lynne Publishing by concert pianist Želimir Panić.
Bristling with energy, this lively waltz for solo piano surges with huge confidence and presence. Requires great skill from the performer to keep up with the pace. Regarded by some as the first of Chopin's waltzes to be published.