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Bartók: Concerto pour orchestre & Deux portraits (Stereo Version)

Rafael Kubelík, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

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Bartók: Concerto pour orchestre & Deux portraits (Stereo Version)

Rafael Kubelik

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Concerto pour orchestre, Sz. 116

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Concerto pour orchestre, Sz. 116: I. Introduzione. Andante non troppo 00:09:51

Rafael Kubelik, Performer, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Béla Bartok, Composer

1961 - BNF Collection 2014

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Concerto pour orchestre, Sz. 116: II. Presentando le coppie. Allegro scherzando 00:06:30

Rafael Kubelik, Performer, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Béla Bartok, Composer

1961 - BNF Collection 2014

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Concerto pour orchestre, Sz. 116: III. Elegia. Andante non troppo 00:07:05

Rafael Kubelik, Performer, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Béla Bartok, Composer

1961 - BNF Collection 2014

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Concerto pour orchestre, Sz. 116: IV. Intermezzo Interrotto. Allegretto 00:04:29

Rafael Kubelik, Performer, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Béla Bartok, Composer

1961 - BNF Collection 2014

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Concerto pour orchestre, Sz. 116: V. Finale. Pesante - Presto 00:09:22

Rafael Kubelik, Performer, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Béla Bartok, Composer

1961 - BNF Collection 2014

Deux portraits, Op. 5, Sz. 37

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Deux portraits, Op. 5, Sz. 37: No. 1, Idéal 00:11:05

Rafael Kubelik, Performer, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Steven Staryk, Performer, Soloist - Béla Bartok, Composer

1961 - BNF Collection 2014

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Deux portraits, Op. 5, Sz. 37: No. 2, Difforme 00:02:10

Rafael Kubelik, Performer, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Steven Staryk, Performer, Soloist - Béla Bartok, Composer

1961 - BNF Collection 2014

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