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Antonín Dvořák - Pavel Štěpán - Jiří Novák - Smetana Quartet - Klavierquintett / Violinsonatine mp3

Antonín Dvořák - Pavel Štěpán - Jiří Novák - Smetana Quartet - Klavierquintett / Violinsonatine mp3

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Interprète: Antonín Dvořák - Pavel Štěpán - Jiří Novák - Smetana Quartet
Titre: Klavierquintett / Violinsonatine
Pays: Germany
Catégorie: Classique
Classement: 4.3
Catalogue #: C 063-29076
Label: EMI Electrola


1Finale ( Allegro Molto Tranquillo )
2Allegro Ma Non Tanto
3Molto Vivace ( Scherzo-Furiant)
4Andante Con Moto ( Dumka )
5Allegro Risoluto
6Allegro ( Finale)
7Scherzo - Trio


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SME 91 446Antonín Dvořák - Pavel Štěpán, Das Smetana-Quartett, Jiří Novák Antonín Dvořák - Pavel Štěpán, Das Smetana-Quartett, Jiří Novák - Klavierquintett A-dur Op. 81 / Sonatine Für Violine Und Klavier G-dur Op. 100 ‎(LP, Album)EMI ElectrolaSME 91 446GermanyUnknown


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