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Borodin: Danses polovtsiennes (Mono Version)

Antal Doráti, London Symphony Orchestra

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Borodin: Danses polovtsiennes (Mono Version)

Antal Doráti, London Symphony Orchestra

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Prince Igor, Act II: No. 17, Finale, Danses polovtsiennes, pt. 1
00:05:31

Antal Dorati, Conductor, Performer - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - London Symphony Chorus, Orchestra, Performer - Alexander Borodin, Composer, Writer

1900 - BNF Collection 2015 1900 - BNF Collection 2015

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Prince Igor, Act II: No. 17, Finale, Danses polovtsiennes, pt. 2
00:05:54

Antal Dorati, Conductor, Performer - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - London Symphony Chorus, Orchestra, Performer - Alexander Borodin, Composer, Writer

1900 - BNF Collection 2015 1900 - BNF Collection 2015

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