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Rachmaninov : Symphonie n° 2

Philharmonia Orchestra - Mariss Jansons

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Rachmaninov : Symphonie n° 2

Mariss Jansons

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Symphony No. 2 in E minor, Op. 27 (Serge Rachmaninoff)

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I. Largo - Allegro moderato - Moderato
00:18:19

Philharmonia Orchestra - Mariss Jansons, direction

1988 Chandos 1988 Chandos

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II. Allegro molto - Meno mosso
00:09:26

Philharmonia Orchestra - Mariss Jansons, direction

1988 Chandos 1988 Chandos

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III. Adagio
00:13:01

Philharmonia Orchestra - Mariss Jansons, direction

1988 Chandos 1988 Chandos

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IV. Allegro vivace
00:13:45

Philharmonia Orchestra - Mariss Jansons, direction

1988 Chandos 1988 Chandos

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