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Franz Schubert

Vanessa Wagner, piano

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4 Impromptus D899 (Franz Schubert)

N. 1 en do mineur, Allegro moderato 00:10:17

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N. 2 en mi bémol majeur, Allegro 00:04:37

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N. 3 en sol bémol majeur, Andante 00:06:13

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N. 4 en la bémol majeur, Allegretto 00:07:12

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Sonate pour piano n. 13 en la majeur, D 664 (Franz Schubert)

Allegro moderato 00:08:41

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Andante 00:05:26

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Allegro 00:08:18

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Sonate pour piano n. 14 en la mineur, D 784 (Franz Schubert)

Allegro giusto 00:13:07

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Andante 00:04:02

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Allegro vivace 00:04:51

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