Listening to this song is like climbing the stairs in the dark and finding an extra step that you didn't know was there.......if that makes any sense ?
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I've long thought that if Bacharach had ever written a sonata or sonatina for any given instrument the slow movement wouldn't have sounded too dissimilar to the andantino from Malcolm Arnold's sonatina for clarinet and piano from 1951. For those not in the know, Sir Malcolm Arnold was an English composer best known for his music for countless movies from the late 40s until the early 70s, including Inn of the Sixth Happiness, Whistle Down the Wind, The Belles of St Trinians and Bridge On The River Kwai for which he won an oscar.
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