Richard Clayderman - Ballade pour Adeline

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Richard Clayderman - Ballade pour Adeline

  1. *Richard Clayderman turns 60 today* Richard Clayderman (born Philippe Pagès, 28 December 1953) is a French pianist who has released numerous albums including the compositions of Paul de Senneville and Olivier Toussaint, instrumental renditions of popular music, rearrangements of movie soundtracks, ethnic music, and easy-listening arrangements of popular works of classical music. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Clayderman
  2. the most touching melody ever
  3. omg so freaking beautiful! I wish I could play the piece like this (without adding the other lnstruments of course) :)
  4. this song was played when i was a baby i love this song :)
  5. " Recordação "
  6. Wow this is beautiful!! Dear piano fans, if you like this piece, please watch also this video! I hope you’ll it! Chopin Ballade 4 in f minor op. 52 (Michiel Roosen) - UCK Utrecht Marnixzaal Regards, Michiel Roosen
  7. Like a beautiful love story told with no lyrics. If only life was this beautiful.
  8. it makes me be peace, relax, sleepey
  9. I had this on my old Casio keyboard that I owned growing up, I used to listen to it over and over. 
  10. Wonder why he felt the need to change his name to something more Anglo. Beautiful piece, nonetheless.
  11. I love that his grand pianos always sound like old casio keyboards for children :)
  12. How does he get away with it?
  13. wow... so memorable and priceless!!! got me ruff love while this is on the radio...
  14. this song was the first instrumental music i listened to when i went to my neighbour and she played this song in her piano, i do not know how to play piano then i feel jealous but amazed, i really love it, OMG one day if i have my first child, i swear that i will let her learn how to play piano and play this song for me, love this song too much !!!!
  15. the most beautiful song ever
  16. A beautiful ballade, its simplicity is both powerfully delicate and ironically sophisticated.
  17. very good that
  18. This is a hard song to learn on the piano... but I'm still managing :/ He's amazing :)
  19. today is my birthday. thank you that melody for you
  20. First notes greatly remind me of Ave Maria by Schubert.
  21. Nice ballad <3