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  • Performer: Virgil Fox
  • Album: Virgil Fox's Greatest Hits
  • FLAC: 1227 mb | MP3: 1355 mb
  • Released: 1970
  • Country: US
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Virgil Fox - Virgil Fox's Greatest Hits album flac

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A1 "Fanfares Fom The Good Friday Music" (From Act III Of Parsifal)
Written-By – Richard Wagner
A2 "Come Sweet Death"
Written-By – J.S. Bach*
A3 Fantasy In F Minor, K.608
Written-By – W.A. Mozart*
B1 Pomp & Circumstance
Written-By – Edward Elgar*
B2 Grand Piece Symphonique - Last Movement - Allegro Non Troppo C Maestoso
Written-By – César Franck
B3 Prelude & Fugue In D
Written-By – Bach*


  • Art Direction – Peter Whorf
  • Organ – Virgil Fox
  • Producer – Marty Goldstein

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WGS-8107 Virgil Fox Virgil Fox's Greatest Hits ‎(LP, Comp) Westminster Gold WGS-8107 US 1970
WGS-8107 Virgil Fox Virgil Fox's Greatest Hits ‎(LP, Comp) Westminster Gold WGS-8107 US 1970
WGS-8107 Virgil Fox Virgil Fox's Greatest Hits ‎(LP, Comp) Westminster Gold WGS-8107 US 1970

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