Tchaikovsky: Serenade In C Major, Op. 48: II. Waltz

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Alex and Rudi went out onto the terrace and stopped before the few steps leading down to the garden, which was lavishly decorated with red roses. The orchestra, on a slight hand gesture from their conductor, who had seen the newly engaged couple, paused for an instant before they started playing Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings, Opus Forty-Eight. Everyone in the garden stopped talking to watch them. Alex put her hand on her chest, hoping that it would calm her thundering heart.

(Broken Rhapsody, p.86)