Sergei Rachmaninoff: Full Moon in Empty Arms
Quinn is playing Rachmaninoff No 2.The third movement features one of the most beautiful melodies of the entire classical music repertory. In 1945 songwriters Buddy Kaye and Ted Mossman grabbed the famous melody and created a pop tune called “Full Moon in Empty Arms.” The song was featured in the film “Brief Encounter” about a married woman with children who gets caught up with a married stranger on a train. The best known recording of the song was made by Frank Sinatra. Bob Dylan also recorded the song. Here is a clip of Dylan singing the famous melody.