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Gubaidulina: The Canticle of the Sun

Pieter Wispelwey

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Pieter Wispelwey

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The Canticle of the Sun (Various Composers)

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I. 00:40:50

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II. 00:01:12

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III. 00:02:18

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IV. 00:01:18

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V. 00:01:13

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VI. 00:03:34

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VII. 00:16:27

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VIII. 00:01:20

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IX. 00:00:46

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X. 00:00:46

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XI. 00:02:34

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XII. 00:01:36

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XIII. 00:01:57

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XIV. 00:01:00

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XV. 00:03:24

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XVI. 00:04:58

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XVII. 00:03:40

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XVIII. 00:04:00

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XIX. 00:02:25

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Preludes for Violoncello Solo (Various Composers)

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I. Staccato - Legato 00:01:12

Pieter Wispelwey, Performer

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II. Legato - Staccato 00:02:19

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III. Ricochet 00:01:18

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IV. Arco - Pizzicato 00:01:13

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V. Pizzicato - Arco 00:03:33

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In Croce for Cello and Bajan (Various Composers)

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In Croce for Cello and Bajan 00:16:32

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