Craig Armstrong the Golden Globe, Bafta and Grammy winning composer performs pieces from his beautiful and critically acclaimed album Piano Works. Filmed in location in Paris the music films centres on a unique solo performance by Craig. This one hour long film shows an extremely rare sighting of the composer in the legendary Parisian Studio, Studio Eclair the un-modernised home to the French new-wave cinema movement of the 1960's. As the music swirls around, in and out of this historic cinematic space, so too does the viewer; jettisoning into the surrounding cityscape to experience the source of Craig's inspiration for the music.
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Have you watched Piano Works - The Film yet? What did you think about it?