Vronsky and Babin. Part two

United States, 1941

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Part two of a two-part series. The internationally famous duo-pianists, Vitya Vronsky and Victor Babin, play the Polovitizian Dances, from Borodin’s opera “Prince Igor”. In this film the pianos are placed side by side so that both keyboards may be observed at the same time.



S.K. Winston


Walter Lowendahl

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Black and White

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