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Kulenkampff Plays Brahms

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Violin Concerto in D Major, Op.77: I Allegro Non Troppo
00:20:40

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt, Conductor - Georg Kulenkampff, MainArtist

2009 Dutton Epoch 2009 Dutton Epoch

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Violin Concerto in D Major, Op.77: II Adagio
00:08:59

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt, Conductor - Georg Kulenkampff, MainArtist

2009 Dutton Epoch 2009 Dutton Epoch

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Violin Concerto in D Major, Op.77: III Allegro Giocoso, Ma Non Troppo Vivace
00:07:39

Johannes Brahms, Writer - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt, Conductor - Georg Kulenkampff, MainArtist

2009 Dutton Epoch 2009 Dutton Epoch

4
Double Concerto in A Minor for Violin, Cello & Orchestra, Op.102: I Allegro
00:17:00

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Carl Schuricht, Conductor - L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Orchestra - Georg Kulenkampff, MainArtist - Enrico Mainardi, MainArtist

2009 Dutton Epoch 2009 Dutton Epoch

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Double Concerto in A Minor for Violin, Cello & Orchestra, Op.102: II Andante
00:07:47

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Carl Schuricht, Conductor - L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Orchestra - Georg Kulenkampff, MainArtist - Enrico Mainardi, MainArtist

2009 Dutton Epoch 2009 Dutton Epoch

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Double Concerto in a Minor for Violin, Cello & Orchestra, Op. 102: III Vivace Non Troppo
00:09:02

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Carl Schuricht, Conductor - L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Orchestra - Georg Kulenkampff, MainArtist - Enrico Mainardi, MainArtist

2009 Dutton Epoch 2009 Dutton Epoch

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