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Bach: Passion selon Saint-Jean, BWV 245 (Mono Version)

Agnes Giebel, Wilhelmine Matthes, Richard Lewis

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Passion selon Saint-Jean, BWV 245, Pt. 1 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

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Passion selon Saint-Jean, BWV 245, Pt. 1
00:33:54

Agnes Giebel, Performer, Soloist - Wilhelmine Matthes, Performer, Soloist - Richard Lewis, Performer, Soloist - Heinz Rehfuss, Performer, Soloist - Orchestre de la Société Philharmonique d'Amsterdam, Orchestra, Performer - Andre Vandernoot, Conductor, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Anonymous, Writer

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Passion selon Saint-Jean, BWV 245, Pt. 2 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

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Passion selon Saint-Jean, BWV 245, Pt. 2
00:31:57

Agnes Giebel, Performer, Soloist - Wilhelmine Matthes, Performer, Soloist - Richard Lewis, Performer, Soloist - Heinz Rehfuss, Performer, Soloist - Orchestre de la Société Philharmonique d'Amsterdam, Orchestra, Performer - Andre Vandernoot, Conductor, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Anonymous, Writer

1962 - BNF Collection 2016

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Passion selon Saint-Jean, BWV 245, Pt. 3 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

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Passion selon Saint-Jean, BWV 245, Pt. 3
00:33:11

Agnes Giebel, Performer, Soloist - Wilhelmine Matthes, Performer, Soloist - Richard Lewis, Performer, Soloist - Heinz Rehfuss, Performer, Soloist - Orchestre de la Société Philharmonique d'Amsterdam, Orchestra, Performer - Andre Vandernoot, Conductor, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Anonymous, Writer

1962 - BNF Collection 2016

Passion selon Saint-Jean, BWV 245, Pt. 4 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

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Passion selon Saint-Jean, BWV 245, Pt. 4
00:32:13

Agnes Giebel, Performer, Soloist - Wilhelmine Matthes, Performer, Soloist - Richard Lewis, Performer, Soloist - Heinz Rehfuss, Performer, Soloist - Orchestre de la Société Philharmonique d'Amsterdam, Orchestra, Performer - Andre Vandernoot, Conductor, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Anonymous, Writer

1962 - BNF Collection 2016

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