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Poulenc : La voix humaine

Julia Migenes Johnson, Georges Prêtre & Orchestre National de France

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Poulenc : La voix humaine

Julia Migenes Johnson, Georges Prêtre & Orchestre National de France

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Poulenc : La voix humaine : Introduction 00:16:47

Georges Pretre, Conductor - Francis Poulenc, Composer - Orchestre National De France, Orchestra - Julia Migenes Johnson, Soprano Vocals - Julia Migenes Johnson, Georges Prêtre & Orchestre National de France, MainArtist

2003 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK 1991 Erato Classics S.N.C.

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Poulenc : La voix humaine : "Allo... Ah! Chéri, c'est toi? On avait coupé" 00:13:50

Georges Pretre, Conductor - Francis Poulenc, Composer - Orchestre National De France, Orchestra - Julia Migenes Johnson, Soprano Vocals - Julia Migenes Johnson, Georges Prêtre & Orchestre National de France, MainArtist

2003 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK 1991 Erato Classics S.N.C.

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Poulenc : La voix humaine : "Voilà deux jours qu'il ne quitte pas l'antichambre" 00:14:23

Georges Pretre, Conductor - Francis Poulenc, Composer - Orchestre National De France, Orchestra - Julia Migenes Johnson, Soprano Vocals - Julia Migenes Johnson, Georges Prêtre & Orchestre National de France, MainArtist

2003 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK 1991 Erato Classics S.N.C.

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