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Schonberg / Hindemith / Bashmakov / Almila: Music for Brass Quartet

Brasstime Quartet

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Schonberg / Hindemith / Bashmakov / Almila: Music for Brass Quartet

Brasstime Quartet

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Tornmusik (Stig Gustav Schonberg)

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Tornmusik 00:02:27

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Stig Gustav Schonberg, Composer

1995 Alba

Ploner Musiktag: Morgenmusik von Turm zu blasen (Paul Hindemith)

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Ploner Musiktag: Morgenmusik von Turm zu blasen: Massig bewegt - 00:02:14

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Paul Hindemith, Composer

1995 Alba

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Ploner Musiktag: Morgenmusik von Turm zu blasen: Lied: Langsame Viertel - 00:03:35

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Paul Hindemith, Composer

1995 Alba

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Ploner Musiktag: Morgenmusik von Turm zu blasen: Bewegt 00:01:21

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Paul Hindemith, Composer

1995 Alba

Terpsikhoren jalanjaljilla (In the Steps of Terpsichore) (Leonid Bashmakov)

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Terpsikhoren jalanjaljilla (In the Steps of Terpsichore) 00:08:29

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Leonid Bashmakov, Composer

1995 Alba

The Magic Lantern (Atso Almila)

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The Magic Lantern 00:06:01

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Atso Almila, Composer

1995 Alba

6 Intradas (Robin Stephenson)

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6 Intradas: Intrada No. 1 00:01:25

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Robin Stephenson, Composer

1995 Alba

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6 Intradas: Intrada No. 2 00:01:38

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Robin Stephenson, Composer

1995 Alba

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6 Intradas: Intrada No. 3 00:01:59

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Robin Stephenson, Composer

1995 Alba

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6 Intradas: Intrada No. 4 00:01:04

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Robin Stephenson, Composer

1995 Alba

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6 Intradas: Intrada No. 5 00:03:02

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Robin Stephenson, Composer

1995 Alba

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6 Intradas: Intrada No. 6 00:01:42

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Robin Stephenson, Composer

1995 Alba

3 Pictures (Jukka Linkola)

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3 Pictures: I. — 00:05:24

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Jukka Linkola, Composer

1995 Alba

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3 Pictures: II. — 00:05:37

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Jukka Linkola, Composer

1995 Alba

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3 Pictures: III. — 00:04:00

Brasstime Quartet, Ensemble - Jukka Linkola, Composer

1995 Alba

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