French Ballet Class (Gershwin)
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French Ballet Class is a six-minute piece written by George Gershwin in 1937 for two pianos for the movie Shall We Dance. This sequence was meant to accompany a scene of dozens of ballet dancers practicing their positions. It is written in the style of the galop.
Only two minutes of this music was used in the final film.
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