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Cello Recital (Works by Bach, Beethoven, Ligeti, Stravinsky, Webern)

Nicolas Altstaedt

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Cello Recital (Works by Bach, Beethoven, Ligeti, Stravinsky, Webern)

Nicolas Altstaedt

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I. Andante
00:02:32

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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II. Allegro vivace
00:04:51

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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III. Adagio
00:02:51

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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IV. Allegro vivace
00:04:02

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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No. 1. Langsam
00:02:42

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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No. 2. Langsam
00:02:13

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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No. 1. Massige Achtel
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Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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No. 2. Sehr bewegt
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Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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No. 3. Ausserst ruhig
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Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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Cello Sonata
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Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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I. Prelude
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Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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II. Allemande
00:05:28

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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III. Courante
00:02:03

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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IV. Sarabande
00:03:46

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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V. Gavotte I-II
00:04:23

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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VI. Gigue
00:02:10

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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I. Dialogo
00:04:07

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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II. Capriccio
00:03:37

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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I. Introduction
00:02:06

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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II. Serenata
00:03:13

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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III. Aria
00:04:45

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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IV. Tarantella
00:02:04

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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V. Minuetto
00:02:13

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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VI. Finale
00:02:13

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello - Francesco Piemontesi, piano

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