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Re: the missing piano song
• Posted by: saintbrion@tmail.com   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, December 20, 2008, at 12:49 a.m.
• IP Address: stxika17.dngr.net
• In Response to: Re: the missing piano song (Zara)
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Did you find it? If so hit me back please, and tell me where to find please.

> Is the version played in the film called 'Lestat's Sonata' by Vladimir
> Horowitz then? caused every version i've found of the Hayden original
> sounds different, the version in the film is amazing! it's so full of rage
> i love it!!

> I've long been upset that it wasn't on the soundtrack
> does anyone know if the film version is available anywhere as an MP3? or
> even if Vladimir Horowitz has released a version of it on cd??
> if so please email me!
> cheers
> ~zara




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