Dangerous Moonlight (includes Warsaw Concerto)
Richard Addinsell

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Addinsell's most famous work falls three places from its highest-ever position at Number 92 last year

The makers of the film Dangerous Moonlight really wanted Sergei Rachmaninoff to compose the soundtrack, but Maestro Rach wasn't interested in the project and recordings of his music couldn't be secured, so it was left up to Richard Addinsell to come up with the goods. The Warsaw Concerto — composed by Addinsell very much in the style of Rachmaninov — was the incredible result.

Dangerous Moonlight (1941).