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Œuvres pour violon & piano

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Œuvres pour violon & piano

Chloë Hanslip

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Calabrese, Op. 34, No. 6 (Antonio Bazzini)

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Calabrese, Op. 34, No. 6 00:04:47

Chloë Hanslip, violon - Caspar Frantz, piano

2008 Naxos

3 Morceaux lyriques, Op. 41 (Antonio Bazzini)

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3 Morceaux lyriques, Op. 41: No. 1. Nocturne 00:04:52

Chloë Hanslip, violon - Caspar Frantz, piano

2008 Naxos

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3 Morceaux lyriques, Op. 41: No. 2. Scherzo 00:05:05

Chloë Hanslip, violon - Caspar Frantz, piano

2008 Naxos

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3 Morceaux lyriques, Op. 41: No. 3. Berceuse 00:06:00

Chloë Hanslip, violon - Caspar Frantz, piano

2008 Naxos

Le Carillon d'Arras, Op. 36 (Antonio Bazzini)

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Le Carillon d'Arras, Op. 36 00:06:03

Chloë Hanslip, violon - Caspar Frantz, piano

2008 Naxos

2 Morceaux de salon, Op. 12 (Antonio Bazzini)

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2 Morceaux de salon, Op. 12: No. 1. Le Depart 00:04:49

Chloë Hanslip, violon - Caspar Frantz, piano

2008 Naxos

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2 Morceaux de salon, Op. 12: No. 2. Le Retour 00:03:43

Chloë Hanslip, violon - Caspar Frantz, piano

2008 Naxos

2 Grandes Etudes, Op. 49 (Antonio Bazzini)

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2 Grandes Etudes, Op. 49: No. 1. Etude in D Major 00:04:15

Chloë Hanslip, violon - Caspar Frantz, piano

2008 Naxos

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2 Grandes Etudes, Op. 49: No. 2. Etude in G Major 00:06:43

Chloë Hanslip, violon - Caspar Frantz, piano

2008 Naxos

3 Morceaux en forme de sonate, Op. 44 (Antonio Bazzini)

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3 Morceaux en forme de sonate, Op. 44: No. 1. Allegro giusto 00:09:03

Chloë Hanslip, violon - Caspar Frantz, piano

2008 Naxos

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3 Morceaux en forme de sonate, Op. 44: No. 2. Romanza 00:05:25

Chloë Hanslip, violon - Caspar Frantz, piano

2008 Naxos

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3 Morceaux en forme de sonate, Op. 44: No. 3. Finale: Allegro vivace 00:05:01

Chloë Hanslip, violon - Caspar Frantz, piano

2008 Naxos

Scherzo fantastique, Op. 25 "La ronde des lutins" (Antonio Bazzini)

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Scherzo fantastique, Op. 25 "La ronde des lutins": La ronde des lutins, Op. 25 00:04:55

Chloë Hanslip, violon - Caspar Frantz, piano

2008 Naxos

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