Paul Schwartz

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Paul Schwartz, a son of the songwriter Arthur Schwartz and actress/dancer Mary Schwartz, began to take music lessons at age four and started formal piano lessons at six. He moved to London, England, at…
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Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Sviraj (Lullabye) Vocal Music
Horizon Orchestral
Addio (after Verdi's Addio from La Traviata) Vocal Music
Ave Maria (after Caccini's Ave Maria) Vocal Music
Arianna (after Monteverdi's Lament of Arianna) Vocal Music
Pavane (after Fauré's Pavane) Orchestral
Pamina Blue (after Mozart's the Magic Flute) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Furioso (after Handel's Sarabande) Vocal Music
Ebben (after Catalani's Ebben ne Andro Lontano from La Wally) Vocal Music
Barcarolle Vocal Music
Intermezzo Orchestral
Cantilena Keyboard
Leiermann (after Schubert's Leiermann from Die Wintereise) Vocal Music
Willow (after Verdi's Otello) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Habanera (after Bizet's Carmen) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Secret Tear (after Donizetti's L'Elisir D'Amore) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Ascension (after Monteverdi's L'Incoronazione di Poppea) Vocal Music
Pace Pace (after Verdi's la Forza Del Destino) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Un Bel Di (after Puccini's Madama Butterfly) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Lascia (after Handel's Rinaldo) Vocal Music
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