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Baroque period

Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare
Operation Touch (artist) Rembrandt
The Duchess John webster
Mars God of War Valasquez
Sioux Indian Hunting buffalo George Caitlin
Native American Killing a bear George Caitlin
Portrait of Dr. Gachet Van Gough
Death of Sarandanapulous Decroix
Prelude #4 Chopin
Prelude #15 Chopin
Waltz #1 Chopin
Scherzo #2 Chopin
octet for double string quartet Mendelssohn
Music for theatre including Shakespeare a Midsummers Night Dream Mendelssohn
Boxed set releases Mendelssohn
The Seasons Mendelssohn
Scherzo al la ruse Tchaikovsky
Scherzo humoristique (D major) Tchaikovsky
The Young Goodman Brown Hawthorne
The Scarlet Letter Hawthorne
To the States Walt Whitman
When I read the book Walt Whitman
On journeys throughout the states Walt Whitaman
the raven edgar allen poe
troubled about many things emily dickinson
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