He was a composer, conductor and a virtuoso pianist with incredibly large hands. We examine Rachmaninoff's triumph over a three-year depression (ignited by critical reviews of his first symphony) through radical hypnosis therapy administered by Russian psychiatrist Dr. Nikolay Dahl. We feature his most enduring work, his Concerto No. 2, which he dedicated to his doctor. And we follow Rachmaninoff's career to America where Hollywood discovered his sweeping melodies and exploited them for their own use.