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Paul Dukas - Maurice Ravel - Charles Koechlin

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L'apprenti sorcier (The Sorcerer's Apprentice)

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L'Apprenti sorcier (The Sorcerer's Apprentice) 00:10:55

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone

Ma mère l'Oye, M. 60 (Version for Orchestra)

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Ma mère l'Oye, M. 60 (Version for Orchestra): Prelude - Tres lent 00:03:17

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone

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Ma mère l'Oye, M. 60 (Version for Orchestra): I. Danse du rouet et scene - Allegro 00:03:37

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone

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Ma mère l'Oye, M. 60 (Version for Orchestra): II. Pavane de la Belle au bois dormant 00:02:23

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone

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Ma mère l'Oye, M. 60 (Version for Orchestra): III. Les entretiens de la Belle at de la Bete 00:04:54

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone

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Ma mère l'Oye, M. 60 (Version for Orchestra): IV. Petit Poucet 00:05:03

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone

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Ma mère l'Oye, M. 60 (Version for Orchestra): V. Laideronnette, Imperatrice des Pagodes 00:04:57

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone

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Ma mère l'Oye, M. 60 (Version for Orchestra): VI. La jardin feerique 00:03:47

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone

Les bandar-log, Op. 176, "Scherzo des singes"

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Les bandar-log, Op. 176, "Scherzo des singes" 00:18:29

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone

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