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The World's Greatest Music
Katherine Jenkins explores the magical world of movie music.
The Warsaw Concerto is one of those pieces that has outlived the film it came from and gone on to be a classic in its own right in the concert hall and on record. The same has happened with Ladies in Lavender, made in 2004. ‘It’s a very sweet film,’ says Katherine, ‘about a gifted young Polish violinist sailing to America who’s swept overboard and found by two sisters in Cornwall who nurse him back to health. Judi Dench and Maggie Smith are marvelous as always as the sisters and the music by Nigel Hess has become one of my favourites.’
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