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Beethoven : Symphonie n°3 "Eroica"

Wiener Philharmoniker / Wilhelm Furtwängler

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Beethoven : Symphonie n°3 "Eroica"

Wilhelm Furtwängler

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Symphonie n° 3, Eroica, op. 55 en mi bémol (Ludwig van Beethoven)

Allegro con brio

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Wilhelm Furtwängler, direction

Marcia funebre (adagio assai)

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Wilhelm Furtwängler, direction

Scherzo (allegro vivace) - Trio

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Wilhelm Furtwängler, direction

Finale (allegro molto - presto)

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Wilhelm Furtwängler, direction

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