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Tannhauser

Orchestra E Coro Della Rai Di Roma and Artur Rodzinsky

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Tannhauser, Atto Primo: Pt. 1
00:30:57

Richard Wagner, Composer - Artur Rodzinsky, MainArtist - Orchestra E Coro Della Rai Di Roma, MainArtist

Maestoso Maestoso

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Tannhauser, Atto Primo: Pt. 2
00:32:34

Richard Wagner, Composer - Artur Rodzinsky, MainArtist - Orchestra E Coro Della Rai Di Roma, MainArtist

Maestoso Maestoso

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Tannhauser, Atto Secondo: Pt. 1
00:29:30

Richard Wagner, Composer - Artur Rodzinsky, MainArtist - Orchestra E Coro Della Rai Di Roma, MainArtist

Maestoso Maestoso

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Tannhauser, Atto Secondo: Pt. 2
00:29:14

Richard Wagner, Composer - Artur Rodzinsky, MainArtist - Orchestra E Coro Della Rai Di Roma, MainArtist

Maestoso Maestoso

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Tannhauser, Atto Secondo: Pt. 3
00:14:40

Richard Wagner, Composer - Artur Rodzinsky, MainArtist - Orchestra E Coro Della Rai Di Roma, MainArtist

Maestoso Maestoso

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Tannhauser, Atto Terzo: Pt. 1
00:10:04

Richard Wagner, Composer - Artur Rodzinsky, MainArtist - Orchestra E Coro Della Rai Di Roma, MainArtist

Maestoso Maestoso

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Tannhauser, Atto Terzo: Pt. 2
00:28:31

Richard Wagner, Composer - Artur Rodzinsky, MainArtist - Orchestra E Coro Della Rai Di Roma, MainArtist

Maestoso Maestoso

8
Tannhauser, Atto Terzo: Pt. 3
00:20:58

Richard Wagner, Composer - Artur Rodzinsky, MainArtist - Orchestra E Coro Della Rai Di Roma, MainArtist

Maestoso Maestoso

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