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I'm sure that I cannot be the only person to think that there is such a strong resemblance between the introductory subject of the Cornish Rhapsody and the second subject of the Warsaw Concerto that one could almost be forgiven for imagining that Bath was guilty of a little bit of plagiarism !

Although the Warsaw Concerto was attributed to Richard Addinsell, (who made a very great deal of money out of it), in reality most of of the piece was composed, and all of it was orchestrated, by Roy Douglas, who never received proper credit - or due financial reward - for his considerable efforts.