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Prokofiev’s Dance of the Knights meets The Imperial March

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Following on from yesterday’s Beethoven related post that saw the Imperial March played in the style of that classical master, now we have this version of Prokofiev’s Dance of the Knights performed by The Florida Orchestra that merges the original with a dash of GFFA.

Sergei would be proud.

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