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Live at the Royal Albert Hall

Lang Lang

Year: 2012

Runtime: 02:02:58

In November 2013, Lang Lang returned to London's legendary Royal Albert Hall for two recitals - finishing a celebrated Mozart and Chopin programme with no fewer than 8 encores. This film captures the complete recital.

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Classical, Instrumental

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Classical, Instrumental, Documentary, Opera, Rock, Vocal

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