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Madetoja - Poulenc - Dutilleux - Lindberg: Chamber and Solo Music for Cello

Jouko Laivuori

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Madetoja - Poulenc - Dutilleux - Lindberg: Chamber and Solo Music for Cello

Jouko Laivuori

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Lyyrinen sarja sellolle ja pianolle (Lyric Suite for cello and piano), Op. 51 (Leevi Madetoja)

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Lyyrinen sarja sellolle ja pianolle (Lyric Suite for cello and piano), Op. 51: I. Paysage 00:04:09

Jouko Laivuori, Associated Performer - Leevi Madetoja, Composer - Eeva Rysa, Associated Performer

1998 Alba 1998 Alba

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Lyyrinen sarja sellolle ja pianolle (Lyric Suite for cello and piano), Op. 51: II. Matin 00:03:53

Jouko Laivuori, Associated Performer - Leevi Madetoja, Composer - Eeva Rysa, Associated Performer

1998 Alba 1998 Alba

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Lyyrinen sarja sellolle ja pianolle (Lyric Suite for cello and piano), Op. 51: III. Melancolique 00:04:00

Jouko Laivuori, Associated Performer - Leevi Madetoja, Composer - Eeva Rysa, Associated Performer

1998 Alba 1998 Alba

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Lyyrinen sarja sellolle ja pianolle (Lyric Suite for cello and piano), Op. 51: IV. Caprice 00:03:26

Jouko Laivuori, Associated Performer - Leevi Madetoja, Composer - Eeva Rysa, Associated Performer

1998 Alba 1998 Alba

Cello Sonata, FP 143 (Francis Poulenc)

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Cello Sonata, FP 143: I. Marcia 00:05:51

Jouko Laivuori, Associated Performer - Francis Poulenc, Composer - Eeva Rysa, Associated Performer

1998 Alba 1998 Alba

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Cello Sonata, FP 143: II. Cavatine 00:06:41

Jouko Laivuori, Associated Performer - Francis Poulenc, Composer - Eeva Rysa, Associated Performer

1998 Alba 1998 Alba

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Cello Sonata, FP 143: III. Ballabile 00:03:30

Jouko Laivuori, Associated Performer - Francis Poulenc, Composer - Eeva Rysa, Associated Performer

1998 Alba 1998 Alba

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Cello Sonata, FP 143: IV. Finale 00:06:29

Jouko Laivuori, Associated Performer - Francis Poulenc, Composer - Eeva Rysa, Associated Performer

1998 Alba 1998 Alba

3 Strophes sur le nom de Sacher (Henri Dutilleux)

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3 Strophes sur le nom de Sacher: I. — 00:03:29

Eeva Rysa, Associated Performer - Henri Dutilleux, Composer

1998 Alba 1998 Alba

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3 Strophes sur le nom de Sacher: II. — 00:02:41

Eeva Rysa, Associated Performer - Henri Dutilleux, Composer

1998 Alba 1998 Alba

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3 Strophes sur le nom de Sacher: III. — 00:02:48

Eeva Rysa, Associated Performer - Henri Dutilleux, Composer

1998 Alba 1998 Alba

Moto (Magnus Lindberg)

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Moto 00:09:38

Jouko Laivuori, Associated Performer - Magnus Lindberg, Composer - Eeva Rysa, Associated Performer

1998 Alba 1998 Alba

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