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Haydn London Trios, Hob. IV:1-3

Franz Joseph Haydn

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No.1 - I. Allegro Moderato II. Andante in C Major 00:07:57

Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

1948 Franz Joseph Haydn 1948 Franz Joseph Haydn

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No.2 - I. Andante, II. Allegro in G Major 00:04:38

Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

1948 Franz Joseph Haydn 1948 Franz Joseph Haydn

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No.3 - I. Spiritoso., II. Andante, III. Allegro in G Major 00:07:23

Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer, Artist, Soloist, MainArtist

1948 Franz Joseph Haydn 1948 Franz Joseph Haydn

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