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Jörg Widmann - BEETHOVEN, L. van: Clarinet Trio / BRAHMS, J.: Clarinet Trio / WIDMANN, J.: Nachtstuck (Widmann, Vogler, Kupiec)

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BEETHOVEN, L. van: Clarinet Trio / BRAHMS, J.: Clarinet Trio / WIDMANN, J.: Nachtstuck (Widmann, Vogler, Kupiec)

Ludwig van Beethoven - Johannes Brahms - Jorg Widmann

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BEETHOVEN, L. van: Clarinet Trio / BRAHMS, J.: Clarinet Trio / WIDMANN, J.: Nachtstuck (Widmann, Vogler, Kupiec)

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Clarinet Trio in B-Flat Major, Op. 11 (Ludwig van Beethoven)

1
I. Allegro con brio
00:08:58

Jorg Widmann, clarinet - Ewa Kupiec, piano - Jan Vogler, cello

2009 Copyright Control 2002 Edel Classics GmbH

2
II. Adagio
00:04:51

Jorg Widmann, clarinet - Ewa Kupiec, piano - Jan Vogler, cello

2009 Copyright Control 2002 Edel Classics GmbH

3
III. Variations on Pia ch'io impegno: Allegretto
00:06:30

Jorg Widmann, clarinet - Ewa Kupiec, piano - Jan Vogler, cello

2009 Copyright Control 2002 Edel Classics GmbH

Trio in A Minor, Op. 114 (Johannes Brahms)

4
I. Allegro
00:07:11

Jorg Widmann, clarinet - Ewa Kupiec, piano - Jan Vogler, cello

2009 Copyright Control 2002 edel CLASSICS GmbH

5
II. Adagio
00:07:24

Jorg Widmann, clarinet - Ewa Kupiec, piano - Jan Vogler, cello

2009 Copyright Control 2002 edel CLASSICS GmbH

6
III. Andantino grazioso
00:04:37

Jorg Widmann, clarinet - Ewa Kupiec, piano - Jan Vogler, cello

2009 Copyright Control 2002 edel CLASSICS GmbH

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IV. Allegro
00:04:22

Jorg Widmann, clarinet - Ewa Kupiec, piano - Jan Vogler, cello

2009 Copyright Control 2002 edel CLASSICS GmbH

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Nachtstuck
00:07:59

Jorg Widmann, clarinet - Ewa Kupiec, piano - Jan Vogler, cello

2009 Copyright Control 2002 edel CLASSICS GmbH

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