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Jeffrey Biegel|Manhattan Intermezzo

Manhattan Intermezzo

Jeffrey Biegel, Brown University Orchestra, Paul Phillips

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Manhattan Intermezzo (Arr. L. Holdridge) (Neil Sedaka)

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Manhattan Intermezzo (Arr. L. Holdridge)
00:18:11

Neil Sedaka, Composer - Paul Phillips, Conductor - Jeffrey Biegel, Artist, MainArtist - Brown University Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

Piano Concerto No. 1 (Arr. J. Mayer) (Keith Emerson)

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I. Allegro giojoso
00:09:44

Keith Emerson, Composer - Paul Phillips, Conductor - Jeffrey Biegel, Artist, MainArtist - Brown University Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

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II. Andante molto cantabile
00:02:27

Keith Emerson, Composer - Paul Phillips, Conductor - Jeffrey Biegel, Artist, MainArtist - Brown University Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

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III. Toccata con fuoco
00:07:39

Keith Emerson, Composer - Paul Phillips, Conductor - Jeffrey Biegel, Artist, MainArtist - Brown University Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

New World A-Comin' (Arr. M. Peress) (Duke Ellington)

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New World A-Comin' (Arr. M. Peress)
00:13:33

Duke Ellington, Composer - Paul Phillips, Conductor - Jeffrey Biegel, Artist, MainArtist - Brown University Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

Rhapsody in Blue (arr. F. Grofe) (George Gershwin)

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Rhapsody in Blue (Arr. F. Grofé)
00:17:40

George Gershwin, Composer - Paul Phillips, Conductor - Jeffrey Biegel, Artist, MainArtist - Brown University Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

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