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msb-0340 Everybody Gets Old and Dies

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Even my mother.

Here's some of the music to the soundtrack of my young life.

"J'm'en Fous Pas Mal" by "Edith Piaf",

"Piano Sonata No.14 in C sharp minor, Op.27 No.2 [Moonlight sonata]" by "Beethoven",

"What A Wonderful World" by "Louis Armstrong",

"The Fiddler (Soittoniekka)" by "Sibelius",

"La Foule" by "Edith Piaf"

"Nutcracker Suite: March" by "Tchaikovsky",

"Mood Indigo/Sophisticated Lady" or maybe "Caravan" by "Duke Ellington" and I intend to close with

"Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F major" by "J.S. Bach."

 


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