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Epic Orchestra - New Sound of Classical

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Epic Orchestra - New Sound of Classical

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The Blue Planet 00:03:13
Interstellar Cornfield Chase 00:02:09
Advantage Points 00:03:43
The Lord of the Rings: The Council of Elrond "Aniron" (Theme for Aragorn and Arwen) 00:04:23
Adiemus 00:04:03
Palladio: I. Allegretto 00:03:49
The Imitation Game 00:02:36
A Lannister Always Pays His Debts 00:02:53
Once Upon a Time in the West 00:03:22
String Quartet No. 3, "Mishima": VI. Mishima / Closing 00:02:56
Tristia für Streichorchester 00:05:24
Come In!: IV. Movement 00:05:31
The Four Seasons Recomposed: Spring I 00:02:35
I giorni: Andante 00:06:04

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