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Trios avec piano (Volume 2)

Julius Röntgen

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Trios avec piano (Volume 2)

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Piano Trio No. 2 in B major, Op. 23 (Julius Röntgen)

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I. Allegro molto ed energico 00:09:01

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II. Un poco andante 00:06:47

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III. Scherzo: Vivacissimo 00:09:09

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IV. Allegro: Moderato 00:07:37

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Piano Trio No. 4 in G minor, 'Entam' (Julius Röntgen)

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I. Allegro molto 00:06:39

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II. Andante tranquillo e cantabile 00:06:24

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III. Animato, ma non troppo presto 00:04:55

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IV. Moderato 00:05:53

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