A beautiful Russian waltz from 1904
Max Kyuss, arranged by Richard Frazier – Duration: 6’ 9”
The title comes from the Amur River in eastern Siberia. The music by Max Kyuss (1874-1942) is as dear to the hearts of Russians as if it were original Russian folk music. This arrangement captures the poetic mood of “Mother Russia” with achingly beautiful minor melodies that offer an intimate contrast to exuberant moments of joy that dance their way into the heart and soul of every listener.
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