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Virtuosi Di Praga|International Music Festival - Pontes 99

International Music Festival - Pontes 99

Georg Friedrich Händel - Johann Sebastian Bach - Mikulás Schneider-Trnavský

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1
Árie Xerxa Ombra Mai Fu Z Oratoria Xerxes
00:05:33

Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer - Ales Barta, MainArtist - Miroslav Dvorsky, MainArtist - Virtuosi di Praga, Orchestra - Oldrich Vlcek, Conductor - Štěpánka Kutmanová, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Lupulus (P) 1999 Lupulus

2
Ave Maria
00:03:00

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Ales Barta, MainArtist - Miroslav Dvorsky, MainArtist - Virtuosi di Praga, Orchestra - Oldrich Vlcek, Conductor - Štěpánka Kutmanová, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Lupulus (P) 1999 Lupulus

3
Ave Maria
00:02:54

Ales Barta, MainArtist - Miroslav Dvorsky, MainArtist - Mikulas Schneider-Trnavsky, Composer - Virtuosi di Praga, Orchestra - Oldrich Vlcek, Conductor - Štěpánka Kutmanová, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Lupulus (P) 1999 Lupulus

4
Ave Maria
00:04:11

Leos Janácek, Composer - Ales Barta, MainArtist - Miroslav Dvorsky, MainArtist - Virtuosi di Praga, Orchestra - Oldrich Vlcek, Conductor - Štěpánka Kutmanová, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Lupulus (P) 1999 Lupulus

5
Panis Angelicus
00:03:54

Cesar Franck, Composer - Ales Barta, MainArtist - Miroslav Dvorsky, MainArtist - Virtuosi di Praga, Orchestra - Oldrich Vlcek, Conductor - Štěpánka Kutmanová, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Lupulus (P) 1999 Lupulus

6
Adeste Fideles
00:03:37

Anonym, Composer - Ales Barta, MainArtist - Miroslav Dvorsky, MainArtist - Virtuosi di Praga, Orchestra - Oldrich Vlcek, Conductor - Štěpánka Kutmanová, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Lupulus (P) 1999 Lupulus

7
Tichá Noc
00:02:33

Franz Gruber, Composer - Ales Barta, MainArtist - Miroslav Dvorsky, MainArtist - Virtuosi di Praga, Orchestra - Oldrich Vlcek, Conductor - Štěpánka Kutmanová, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Lupulus (P) 1999 Lupulus

8
Pozdrav Z Florencie
00:10:28

Ales Barta, MainArtist - Miroslav Dvorsky, MainArtist - Virtuosi di Praga, Orchestra - Oldrich Vlcek, Conductor - Štěpánka Kutmanová, MainArtist - Petr Iljič Čajkovskij, Composer

(C) 1999 Lupulus (P) 1999 Lupulus

9
Pizzicato Polka
00:02:12

Johann Strauss, Composer - Ales Barta, MainArtist - Miroslav Dvorsky, MainArtist - Virtuosi di Praga, Orchestra - Oldrich Vlcek, Conductor - Štěpánka Kutmanová, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Lupulus (P) 1999 Lupulus

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