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Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5

Witold Rowicki and Sinfonie-Orchester Der Nationalen Philharmonie Warshau

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Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5

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Symphony No. 5, Op. 47: I. Moderato 00:07:07

Witold Rowicki, MainArtist - Dimitri Shostakovitch, Composer - Sinfonie-Orchester Der Nationalen Philharmonie Warshau, MainArtist

Maestoso Maestoso

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Symphony No. 5, Op. 47: II. Allegretto 00:13:57

Witold Rowicki, MainArtist - Dimitri Shostakovitch, Composer - Sinfonie-Orchester Der Nationalen Philharmonie Warshau, MainArtist

Maestoso Maestoso

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Symphony No. 5, Op. 47: III. Largo 00:15:07

Witold Rowicki, MainArtist - Dimitri Shostakovitch, Composer - Sinfonie-Orchester Der Nationalen Philharmonie Warshau, MainArtist

Maestoso Maestoso

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Symphony No. 5, Op. 47: IV. Allegro non troppo 00:10:06

Witold Rowicki, MainArtist - Dimitri Shostakovitch, Composer - Sinfonie-Orchester Der Nationalen Philharmonie Warshau, MainArtist

Maestoso Maestoso

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